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 j Buy Your Goods
AT   HOME
The Mail-Herald
THE MAIL-HERALD m
-— ■■
Published weekly—Read
by   everyones—The    recognUed
advertising     medium   for   ths
city and district.
Vol. 23-No. 54
Pro
Uncial
Libr,
aty
*    REVELSTOKE, B.C,  SATURDAY, DECEMBEI
1916
$2.50 Per Year
Wishing You A Happy New Year
CITY COUNCIL HOLD LAST
MEETING OF THE YEAR
Electric Light Will be Extended West of Columbia River
-Insufficient Grounds to Continue Investigation of
Piers—Curfew Will Ring—Resolutions Endorsed
The last council meeting of the year i laid. Wo think it    good     policy     to
was held in the city hall on Wednes- \ write     Mr.    Laugheed requesting him
day right, all the aldermen    being in to bring a charge   belore     the     city
attendance     with     the   exception ol council, and if he refuses    to
■vid. Bartier, who is confined to     the the matter will be dropped.
hospital. ... A letter was received fron. the cor-
A letter was read from W. I.poration of Point Grey asking the
Briggs, city solicitor, advising ths council to endorse tha following res-
city that J. L. Smith   had    no     re- olution:—
«ourse against the city if his property j "That this council bring to the no-
was damaged in the spring from the tice of the Provincial Government
melticug of the ice ou the skating the advisability of putting in force a
link. j poll tax, the proceeds    to be applied
The fire and light committee held a to the Patriotic Fund. This action is
special     meeting     ou     Tuesday, and recommended owing to the fact   that
THECHfTMAs DECEMBER ATTENDANCE
the churches AT SELKIRK SCHOOL
Splendid Music And Stirring
Sermons—Churches Are Crow
-ded—Beautiful Decorations
Div.   I.—Annie     Cashato,
Curtis,     Frank     Donuldson,
Hughes,      Hazel   Johnson,
Kenward,      Murial  Laing,  Evatt  Mc-
Maas. ■	
Gay wreaths of cedar and Oregon
grape gave a festive touch to walls
and sanctuary and the altars with
their wealth of flowers and lighted
candles were An inspiration to worship.
The crib too was a touching scene,
portraying as it did the lowly stable
wherein     was     born    the Saviour of
^^^ mankind. In the foreground    in     the
brought in the following recommend- it is impossible    at the present time manger lay the infant with     the    oi
Sccord Peter Grauer, Albert     Guzzo,  Aruold
HazelI Johnson,      Walter   Johnson,     Robert
Beverley       lmson'   Winston      Johnson,      John
Kaby,  Gordon  Kenward,   Santa  Mag-
,,. __ h .    .     ., r     ..   _  .    aton,  Archie   McKinnon,     Albin Nor-
Lleneghan,  Jack    Murray, Louis Pat-  .  _.     ..      „    .  .. ' __  , ..
„,     „,   ., ., .  ..   „       ,  , , i berg, Ugo Pradolini,    Laura Robbins,
The Christmas Masses at St. Fran- riok, Mary Porta. Muriel Southworth U,iby  Rutherford,    Nataline  Sirianni,
cis church were well    attended.     The Gordon Young, Alma   Lee.     Average  Sant.i SirMinni    \-..lii„ ain„»r   i'„„„,.i ———
do so church   was crowded at the midnight attendance, 32.72; percentage. 90,3.     I sfn^r      S     Z^ '    Zil^ S^vVYtt TT £
|    Div.   IL-Joe Beech,     Rebecca Bell,' Watt8.     Avcrage     atwndancei   37,)(i;, ^T™^   _I In.UrlnlZZn^
Eugene Camozzi,    Valentine Carman, | percentage, 97.83. • | his brother J. B. Taylor, in England.
CAN SLEEP IN
|j MUD AND EAT
HORSE NAILS
54 Battalion   Personlly Coo.
gratulated By General—Has
Had Several Close Calls-
Will   Get   Promotion
and the     ass     near enough to warn.
ations to the council, which were ap-!to collect anything from large   num
jK-oved of:— j bers of foreigners     who are enjoying Him ^j- their breath.    To   the left
(a) That the petition  vfrom several, the protection which the    Empire af- were   the/Yirgin     mother    and     St.
residents of the West side of the Col- fords." Joseph kneeling in humble adoration,
aim in i River asking [or a light ex-' The resolution was endorsed with an(j on tne rigUt were the shepherds
-tension be granted, aril that it be the provision that the tax be refund- jn various postures of worship; in
extended by means ol an iron wire as ed to all those who are paying more t(.p background were other shepherds
lar as Olson's ranch and, further, to the Patriotic Fund than the tax hastening to adore i the new born
that     the   city cleik be instructed to  to be levied. King
write Messrs. Griffith. Mcintosh   and     The    council   endorsed a resolution
Clalder    informing them that the city from  the  Duncan   Board      of
is not ln a position    at   the present | that    the     Dominion Government be gratulated on    their beautiful render
time to extend the light to their pre-j urged to take immediate steps to in- jn„ 0f Gounod's Mass in F.
Jack Carmichaei, Rose Cashato,!" Div VI--Sarah Bell Ht.11* BrM« I "M>" PaPers went «>' ^ Captain
Ansa Corning, Eldon Corson. H>W «£' ^> * 1Xy2Ln TaS' "£ 2f f ** '* "f T ^
ick De Blass, Feme Donaldson. Hilda'Demore,  Angelo     De.s^one    Boro hy h ft u      t^ r^l^Tl   ?
Gallicano     Ruth     Goodwin       Weslev n ,    ,    ...       ="",ou'-'   "°ro.ny our   battalion  from  Canadian   battal-
odiiieano,    raw     uooawin,     Wesley Dewar,   jack   Edwards,      Mary  Fyfe,   i„_„    -mm,     u„,  .        >,    ,, , _
Henderson   Walter    Hih-Iipk       i.,,n,.l.l   .        ** ~ lons    whlch     had  been broken up fo»
niuutmou,   naiicr    rtugneb,     Donald  ,jean Hayward,     Kverett   Henderson <
Kilnatrick       Cecil  Kiml.erlev    i innel  u ,  7      r''vere"   «™Qerson,  reinforcements and so my    promotion
r-uiiau-icK,     oecu _s.imi.eney,   Lionel Norman    Johnson.      Laura   Johnson    „. ,„   i,,„„i,„,    u _ -,      ,
Lain?    Carman   T.efl        Patar      r noon    rm.      , , ,_        "aula    •■omim.u,   was   blocked,   but   our   <_ olonel   says  1
i-.<iing, carman   __.ee,     i etet      ..ouzo, Theodore    Laughton.      Lila     Porter    n-    u        l. ...... Z
Bessie Mackenrot, Florence    McCarty. ,'red  Rear,   Midrain    Root,     22 shou die ft _Z    t        "    \T Z
Weudall     Porter,     Ernest     Pottrufl,  Rutherford,    Willie  Shepherd      Nellie * / _  T°
John Pugsley. Dorothy Pur.is, Doug- short, Edith Sturdy, Hazel Tapp J? 77 "Z't tUe ,r°nt T~
lass  Southworth. Alice  Tevini.  Aver- Neva Webster   Annie Westman    Fthei ^ 8P   ' *** C&me °Ut *** *
age attendance   39 41- nercenta^e'16 17  wh-fh       i u       Wcstman.  Ethel ,ew hundred Germans and     our    bat.
ate aitcnuance, J....J, percentage ju.i,   Whitby,   James  Heavysides.    Average taiion
Div.  Ill—Harry   Anderson,     Helen attendance, 37.56;, percentage, 91.60.
Briggs, John Crawford, Parmer Dean     Div.  VII.-Ainslie Aasal    Mike Baf- v.
Oerlnda     Defoe.     Rose    Frey,   Janet aro, Joe Blantouche   Tho Br golile       * " " ™ bUt P°S9lblV     y°'
Fyfe, Gordon Hooley. Robert Hume,, Michael Cashato SanU CoS ' AI Zle^lZZt^". _1*
Olga Johnson. Bvelyn Laing, Torsteo nie Crawford, Helen  Desimone     Alex   n \J.       h' I    t t *
Lundell,   Edith Norberg.  Uberta Por-, Desimone,  Alma De Foe,     Ce^ste De _ *£' 7,1™XT      ? ^ '
ta, Mario Pradolini,    Laura     Purvis,' Foe,      \ssunta   Fuoco    Jennv Fuoco   ,,-,     , ancouve.
Edith Rear, Elaine   Robbins,     Kath- Martin    Goble      Florence ^^ '" L°nd°n-  WU' let y°U ^°'
our    ^^
personally    congratulated  bj
the General.     We are not allowed ta
_. „    .     ...   .h. ..Ammtm  '      '     "" "     -<"»«i     «■ .uiu.n.o     Goodwin, when  my turn comes round.     I havo
Trade tell   "'"'Tth    rh^r .rl   n bt tl   le6U S"uarebri^B- Edna Jefl8' Wolter Re^' Hllme'     Freda John-on.     Elio  kept very we.l so far.  had some n.r.
Trade Fldeies, and the choir are to he con- 0omler| Ivy DonaiaBon.  Average at-( Pradolini,     Pete Pantuso. Billy Siri- row
tendance, 39.84; percentage, 8«.53.        | nnni,     Frank Sirianni,  Victoria Sirl- ;n
Div. IV.—Annie Bregolisse, Lucy anni, Vittorin Sirianni, Gwen Heavy-
.'atlin, Eva Carmichaei, AJbert Def«o sideB. Average attendance, 39.28;
Jean Edwards, Bruce Hume, Elspeth percentage, 91.35.
Kilpatrick. Sarah Laughton, Frances Div. VIII.—Albert Blantouche, Car-
Lawrence, Gertrude Morgan, Gina lo De Arcangelo, Alice Dean, Frank
I radolini, Mary Pugsley, Dolly Shep- De Foe, Edith De Foe, Beryl Donald-
herd, Annie Tevini, Walter Wnltby.'son, Laurel Garrett, Dorothy Hay-
Average attendance, 35.87; percentage ward, Frances Hayes, Thelma Ken-
85.41. ward, Mary Lauriento, Irene Morgan,
... ,.        .. _ _,        „   ..,. i^^^^m Div-  V.—David Beech,   Dugald Bell, Teddy    O'Neill,     Joseph     Piscatelli,
from the, ing, after which time all children un- orated     for  Christmas     with boughs -^ Brier   Mary Cretellii Jenny DeJMarjorie     shepherd       Be8Sie  sinRer
Blass, I^ena De Foe, Jenny De Foe,' Vitoria Sirianni, Dominick Sirianni,
Raymond DeFoe, Sarah De Foe, j Stanley Sutherland. Average attend-
Reno     Desimone,     Elena    Gallicano,' ance, 35.62; percentage, 91.34.
mises. |sure the erection in Canada of a nie-     Rev_  j. q. McKenzie celebrated the
(bl That the application of   Myton kel refinery at   the     earl.est possible lnaSB am( prPached a stirring sermon
Fee for     a reduction of light rate at date. on "The Virtues     that     Adorn    the
his skating rink he granted and that     A  lettter was   received     from     the crib."
be be charged a flat rate of ten dol- Woman's Forum advising the council, gt peter's church was also cicely
lars for the season, as a reading of that they had passed a resolution decorated. On Friday and Saturdav
the meter showed that this would be, petitioning the council to enforce the several of the boys brought in a nuin-
• fair charge, Mr. Fee to stand aU by-law providing for the ringing of her of trees from the bush, and the
the costs of installation. the curfew at nine o'clock eacb even- church was neatly and tastefully dec-
(c) That the application
employees     of     the electric light de-jder sixteen years of age shall not be an(j festoons by Miss  Hall,    assisted
shaves of course, and can sleenj
mud and eat horse nails!
T. E. L. TAYLOR.''
Ceremony was
Largely Attended
partment    for   a reduced rate of one,' allowed on the street unescorted.
hy "Mrs. Sibbald, Mrs. Larder,     Mrs.
tahlishing a precedent,
(d) That after again discussing the|
mid three-fifths cents per kwt.     hourl    The Women's Christian Temperance Kelly, and the Misses M. Armstrong,
be not     granted,     as it would be M-iBmon also wrote the  council     along  \. Corson,    E.    and     B. Jolifle,    E.
| the same lines. , Shuttlewood, and     D.  Smythe.     Ths
It was decided to enforce the by- Christmas services began with First
rharges with reference to the piers on law and the city clerk was instructed Evensong of the Feast on Sunday
•thp dam we find that there is insufll- to see that same is done. Instead of evening, at which the anthem was
<-ient ground to proceed with the in- by the police, in future it will be "o /.ion, that Bringcst Good Ti.l-
vestigation  until a definite charge is done by Mr. McMahon. ings."     On Christmas   morning    the
■ Holy Communion     was celebrate at
8 o'clock, and there was also a choral celebration after Festal Matins,
the    sermon being preached from the
Splendid Program
atLLY.M.G.1
Results Of The High
!
IMPORTANT
MEETING   ON
THURSDAYNEXT
Innocents Day
And The Children
St. Peter's Sunday    School    bad a bei,u' the officiating clergy.
| tea     on    Thursday   (Innocents'  Day!  . Mrs' HaroM '^w.^n-Reade.
St. Exeter's Church witnessed 0%
Wednesday, December 27, at £_3Q
o'clock, the marriage of Kathleen,
only daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. J. D.
Sibbald of "SibDaldene," to Mr.
Leonard Rubige Lloyd of tbe Impe*
ial Bank stall, 'Edmonton. The cer^
mony, which was solemnized in tba
presence of a large and interested
congregation, was fully choral. Tha
Very Rev. E. C Paget, D.D., Dean oi
Calgary, and the Rev. Geo. Larder,
M.A.,  late of Kings  Brompton,  Eng.,
life
Dnknnl   [unminn^nnn   ,„rf ... a* " '    —  .. ..   . ....    ,    ,      ...  , \~ Mr- Smythe's Hall, kindly lent (or  IonK friend ol the bride, presided in .
School Examinations si ™us now *°even ,mt°Beth- ManvMatters v,ta| T° *e|-h <»»-** * ** owner. ^ i *~* --,.._*. **__« _i L j.
fare   Of    ReVelSOke    Will   Be  i8hort 8ervicc in   church the members'Kan.     The   bride,  wearing a g0wn o!
The following program will be pull-'    Third year      maximum    1000.
■ed off in the Association building on simmonds, 678, M. Lawrence 671,
Brought Up—Should Be A
Representative Meeting
The next regular mon
In spite of the severe weather good
M congregations assembled for the spec-
ial Christmas services at the Metho-
' dist rhunh last Sunday. The church
New Year's day. to which tbe mem- Lundell 639, T. Morris 582, H. Tom- i9 to be congratulated on its organ-
hera and their friends and the public iinson 561, S.  Skene 525,     D. Fraser izing of the junior choir conducted by
are invited to come and enjoy. 198, ES. Johnstone 151. | Mrs. W. Bews.     The juniors, assisted  "' ""■ ■""»• «• "■ *•-»»   "- --~ — wa„ r _    .,,        ,th
In the forenoon   at 10 sharp, a re-     Second year, maximum 300. A. Cor-   l,y the orchestra, rendered good    ser-   the City Hall at 8 o'clock on the ev- and th(, proceedings
turu bowling match    will     he played son 638.   S. Gale G05,     G. Bruce 544,' Vlce '" the nlU81cal   line     and     give ..ai[1(- (>[   Thursday, the 4th of Junu- visit from Santa Claus   who
Promise of developing mnrkeil ><fn<nfMi. '
oil  between the  married  men and sin-  M. Tapping B8>1-,     L.  Hobson 510,  R.  „„   ....      A, K  "T elncl™ aIy
, l      i   . , * r '        cy. The address, an appeal for great- tlmni,u
gle men.     Although the married men stone 506, G. Field 508,   F. Forslund er consideration for childhood      was in' inU'reHtt'<1    ln tht; progress of thc ulunKH
were victors ,m Christmas    morning,  ^,J8   D   Mackenrot 4,J2      _ Donaldson  both timely ard interesting. city nre cordially invited.     The n.at-
the single  nii'ii    ure     still     confident   ,_„    ..    „ ,    ,__       _   .       . .       ,_„ .    xi,n ronri.ri^™    , ...      ..
4,'i   K   Vol. 47J      r   Laughton 473,'    ine rendering of the anthem by the  n-rs for discussion are:—
The   bride,^ ^^
of the school proceeded to the Hull, ivor>' t'harmeuse and Georgette crepe,
accompanied by the teachers and en traine' and bTi<i^ ve'] confired by.
other ladies who promptly set to ,l chapiet ol pearls arid carrying a
work on the good things provided shower bouquet of Ophelia roses, en-
l, ' for the repast, while various Kame8 ter.d the church on thc ari. of her
thly    meeting ^ .^^^ ^    Aftw ^_ ^ plfty ,atner and advanced    to     thi-     altar
increased vigor,  preceded  by   her     two     bridesmaids,
closed     with a  'kIls',     Kosil    Haggen  and  Miss Gwyn
47'J,   K.  Fyfe  47
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^distn- 1'cwis of Victoria. Little Miss Phyllis
Members and their friends who ''utod oranges and candies.   The best  Hajdock  of Chase performed the dut-
of the church arc given to ies of (lower ,,-irl in th« most win-
Mr. Roy Smythe for the gratuitous "o"10 manner, The bride's attendants
use of the room with lighting and won lualnt Kate Greenaway cob«
heating, t,, Mr.  Skene for the loan of  tumes,  and carried old-fashioned  bou-
thal  they ran   lefeal  the married nun ' .ontnr     ---„i-    „.  .,        ^^H^^B     ^H. „. ..... «...  ■ »• —   —— •—  -•■= •"".. «.        ^^^^^^^^^m -	
_ .... ....  .  v.u, v„„r   Thi. l» Ooohwln 457,     A. Sutherland 463, ".".J^f,,,** ^_ cvenlnK "^      (1) Jhe advisability of urging  Jto tob,PB ,rom the ^^  Hal,   ^ ^  ,Mtl „, ,MtU   ^ ^^ ^
on the first dav of a New  \ear. This  — —-•     —            •   „.„_ „-_i|«ni..i.       _.j ^^h ^_^ —-—	
\    v              a      a    .    o   I pi,.h iiQ                                               I          particularly good, as   was     also  immediate     completion    of   the  West „.]„.  uinrliu   -,.„,      .. .. heim. »h.  >,n ■    »       —
guini-  promise!  to  he a good and ex- t). Leigh 419.                                              i   .                                                                                                                                             wno  Kindly  sent     provisions,  and  to hi'n< 'he  bride's (avore,    which  took
I    a_     .             _             , ,   _   _           u"   ai,ct  "y    the     Mesdames     Hews,  load,  or   f found  more  udvontagcoua Mrs    Fnllmm-     Mr„        i  m.        .. tl-,   '.,..,    i                         ,
"TtV'Ti         •       „         ft                 '                   year'  COmm°rClal:  U-  P°rta<'aPtain  Sawyer,  the genial leader of  to the interest of the     city and dis-      1,   is   Adl„   Mr     k n      m Mr   Jack   UU  M     '"'   t^
At 2.*. sharp m      he    afternoon a .,30. maximum m                                   the choir, should fee. gratified at the trict,    the continuation ol    he wagon  £2 ^LTT_^2 "??' T' M.    v.      ■•    I             ".         '''"■""' "'
program of games will  be put    on .,,     KirBt yco,   Commcrcwl,    mMa  _„ Q, „ ^ ^   ^ ^    ^ up ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^    J^^^J ZL S «*' *           - ■'   !      m\     i' tl S
 — bli battalion sooner than     sxpected
the gymnasiu:,..                                       IS00. D. Cartwright 38fi, F. Porta 477,. tor,  the     Rev. B. C. Freeman,     was (2, Publicity matters.     In this Iat-j
At MO-Voll*   Ball game    between K.  Morglin  ,,,    B<  BraQBhaw M1.   B I affnin happy ,„ th(, choice Qf hu Hub ^     ^^   „ ^ ^ ^ tJ
A.jject "The   Christmas     Spirit,"     and members of the Board     to ofler sug-
held     the    interest of his audience in gi-stions     as     to   the getting out of
Revelstoke
..„_ services were hoth
A, warm appreciation of Revelstoke ,,,,,pfu1'
The ancl lt8   ho8Pitality was received this
two picked teams, captained  by Nor-jI)aviB ,572      F     Davtriport   314
man     McLeod     and    Kobe-it Square- pleetham 298, D. Caff/pbell 248.
briggs. This game will bc   Ifast     and	
furious arid will be a very interesting  .    —   ,,     , ,
jjl INDUte to
3.30—The Junior BoyB will give an
exhibition of their regular class work
cunsisticf. of drills nnd games, which
.Should he interesting to all the parents.
4.00—Thc older boys will    play     an
1 xhibition  game of  huskct  ball,
teams are—
The Pats: S. Skene, R. Jenkins, G.
Ilrnce, M. Jok, J. Bourne; sparo: F.
Donaldson,
The Dims Kail Donaldson, Len
Thompson, Lome Thompson, R, Gordon. B. Kenward; spare  j, Patrick,
Referee' Harold Mulholland.
The teams are even ami as each is
imi for the tin cup thi iinys promise
an OXCltliyg game from the drop of
I In- hnl  until time up,
Volley Ball League
December Honor Roll
At Selkirk School
Div. VI.—First header: Laura John*
is us follows - 'Dear Madame*. Ae- son, Fred Rear, Dorothy Dnwar. Sec-
cepl iimn pleasure pour la tohac, in uml Primer Mary Fyfe, Norman
other wordi kindly accept my sincere Johnson, Neva Webster.
appreciation for tobacco sent to me Div. vil.—First Primer Freda
hy you.  1  cannot  forget the- fine four   fobnson, Joseph Daem, Dim Cashato.
the development of his theme, indicnt- suitable advertising matter, the nec-
ing thc larger influence of the Chris- essity of approaching the City Coun-
tlan spirit and influence, permeating cil for tt grant of money sufficient to
society and commerce and culminat- cover tho cost of advertising the dls-
ing In the nwsken.ng of spiritual IhV trict. Thc advisability of completing
in the individual consciousness.     The  arrangements with the Canadian Pac-
Interettlng   and mc RalUay so as to bring to Revei-
* stoke  tho special  party  of  newspaper
eorriNponili nts     who     nrt- to inspect
formed;
week from the trenches by Mrs, F.
Paulding, in connection with the
overseas Tobacco Fund. It is an ir>
teresting coincidence that thl sender
was so recently In RevelBtoke. Tbe
postcard, from "Somewhere it,
Prance" and dated November 4.  1916.
the tunnel in May or June, thc ad-
e/lsablllt] of extending several invitations this winter to prominent east-
i'iii  people to visit   Uevelstokc during
the summer months.
Greenwood   Ledge:   There      are     450
children     going     to school in Trail.
The writer remlmbSTS w ion  Bill Ilnn-
1 bad  ths only  kids In cmnp.
ably assisted the groom. Mi. Thos,
WM Morris In hia capacltj as usbes
lefl nothing    to    be    desired.    The
room's L-ift  In  the     former    hein.: .1
air 'if monogrammed cuff-links and
to thc latter a pearl scarf pin.
The reception st tbe family resi*
dence after.-.unls welcomed some hun<
dreds or more guests, who ha* tbea
an opportunity to admire the uiimer*
ous handsome t-Hfts of tbe young <coi>
pie's many well wishers.
The bride's g.-ing a-vay gown was
of coral chiffon broadcloth hand*
somsly trimmed with black caracul^
and picture hat ..f i.lnek velvet witu
gold rnl..eohan.
Th"   Mride    lev  th'    ■.. ay.      is    ,1   trua
A meeting Of the volley ball enthusiasts wus held Tuesday evening,
December 26, whi-n plans were completed to commence the major league.
The schedule as diawn up will call
for two games every Tuesday evening
commencing January 2, until the
middle o4 March. The physical committee chairman has lust ri-tumwl
from the coast, and states that volley hall    is all  thl rag!  .it   thl coast
cities,   h.>   we   nie   kooping   pace      with .        ,, m. ■_     ^^m
' native  ihiui-hter.   havuu-   been   Mem  iti
the larger associations,    in order to ,,     , . . , ....
ReveletOke art spent her entire child.
'   ee 1     ..,.    md  .11 the church whicli
get    tbs Revelstoke public inti
in this rrw game they are Invited to
ih.   Usociatioi torojiiy"thi   "     ''"     ,"'irri,'d she als., took hen
conflrn al •   it   bo   very   Men;
Increase Of from  CO to l<vi pot cent games which commence nt 7.1", sharp.
,,...„ .,,„„,    ,_ „,,„ .„   .    , .       _        _ __ , in tin-est of "rasi'" roods „nd more     The four   teams    entered     .1.    Hi.-"'"1,
,?'!' Z     „ '  ■ ', J '°:n d',r-  -"' ' r' r   ffl»° ?'"">»«•■   "«»• ' VMtalii    i„  i,„„„r„..i liquor, have league   „r.-     O.P.R.,     pomm.rcials, — *~
K"".   W.   K.  Thorns      pastor     Oi    iv^ 7Z,  S Zt_Tf£i   V^T^Tu^       D,y,    ! ^ J ^ T  '  "'    IT  ''""l ""' '    *     J '"" ^     T'
OrslThrook Preshvterlan Ohurcb.   h«| t.he thick ol it and It is fferc* Wish- Donaldson   I an el    ;,r    t     ."en %__ , ' *    "M M^    i"   "T ''"" ' '"K"''     "' ""     '"      ""   "       ' the "th Koot-
ucceptod a call to Edmonton, a„d w.,,1 lug you the season', gn*t.«s,     am- a,4u^ebr gg Sta le     s„„■ ,   1      ,"'"      ? ,""**'     "?  ""  ",,",r''i",' ^ ""    ' 'V bfttt8»on    '
tnki „,..„ ihtT. .. jmKfr? ,,„rrIv, H   Kmnlm„. TheTs Kenw.rd Suthwland, drink,    fl„e^ eoMln. and bigfa grade rule. 10 thai no delay,    will    occ - ,,s    with    wounds
ineimn Kenwara). hrnndlns, 25 cents. | during the games. kinds.
of various *AGE TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1916.
Ub: fl&aiUlberalb
Puhlished every  Saturday at
REVKLSTOKK.   II    C
cTVlai!-Herald Publishing
C impany, Limited
F.  E.  GIGOT,  Manager and    Editor
,n.
B VT CRDA f, DEI  EMBER ::i,   L9W
THL WEEKLY HALF HOLIDAY
,. j nbl  I-     plenty   ol
i t tin   weekly
ba '•'•h"'!i  ,s '"
i    ipal     ' lecti .u
t the I   a "■; '■ places have
I ■ • the mid  week plan
bave beei      ling on   the
gatui '       -~ '"■''
i;. . ctiol    M',111   ways.
Some m that a hali  boli-
, , . week  is of
as it is    too
turday is  tbe
....      . . ;ives 11"  clerks or
ece n t
this ii  is claimed
offices,
oon,  sn
■ • -.    picnics,
Imperial Munitions Board, and for
other ally orders for war material in
■his country; but while it bus per-,
formed this necessary patriotic task,!
the Banl'. lias fully maintained'its
services to its ordinary customers
md i ' the general business1 of tho
ci inl ry. Current loans in Canada totalled  f 134,000,000 or $3,000,000    more
.-.  than a year ago. Call Means in Canada   have    risen      only   $2,000,000-,   and
irrent and call Means outside of Canada  by     ni aily    fS,500,0 0.     Interest
hearin     leposlts, Including   the     peo-
-   ■    '. savin  ■       grew  to the extent of
■ !■_, 100, e        ; .a    the I reive   months
ider     revi   •■.   thai   is to say, from
.■    i to     nearly     $230,000,000.
I here u .■    ■      an increase of   nearly
1   , i non n.i i resi  bearing de
posits.     The Bank  has deposited $•_,-
•    in  the new     Central Gold ReJ
■ TV. established under authority of
the Minister of Finance, as well as
• i ally  5807,   '" ai   Ottawa on ace.mil
i M:.; ion Fund.
AT  THE  THEATRES
"THE GIRL   11!-". COULDN'T    BUY." ,
An  event  of the season's  theatrical
as will i:ii    tin      public     much
gain     when     "The Girl  He Couldn't
Uny" will hi   s aged at  the  Empress,
I aftei    ion,  so  J   mary  L.
:: anci   il  is promised will
irt.   i   of  the year,
•ul   of -    .vi    es', : '■ comedy     and
■
the
etc.,  it if
Th - i '"     te ' siti  itions that  will
Satui / that li      ild you spell     ind.
"     tact      Summer  N'ichols,  the   noted     play-
are c
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must    i"
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in n His have no
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the coi       right who is respi nsible for the bill,
»icient cellem   Bhqws to his
hull
us is
scale
:   the    '   . CagO      pi ess      laud
one     as his  best in the Windy
.i,      M     broke all  i ecords the past
ook     to the roade
leks ago, i nei  ihe same
ig    i .een atl ending it us
1 hicago in the past
if   a.
E    l -teen,  wiiu  plays the
la; nn.!.      was    seen on
years  auo   with
■ :  I: ii       pi oduction    of
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■TIOHT I  nr PYTHIAS
Mwts ffry    ffednesdsy «vi»ing
at    8   o'clock,     In   Selkirk   Mall.
. li imr    I rotbera   cordially ia-
riud.    w. POTTBUFf, 0
im GORDON, K of R, H.
lill    T    I IF.ARD
JHNT1HT
OVBH     IMPKRIAIi     BANK
Jo JWr>
ie)e wish
Jt trappy -Yew
i/ear
Fred Young & Co,
YOU SHOULD
USE WE UNION LABEL
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ON YOUR PRINTING
BECAUSE
it will help increase your
business.
BECAUSE
it costs you nothing" extra.
BECAUSE
it is a guarantee of superior workmanship.
BECAUSE
it increases the purchasing" power of workmen,
thus increasing the selling capacity in all lines
of business.
BECAUSE
it is used by offices doing
the best printing.
BECAUSE
it represents a high type
of the brotherhood of
man.
BECAUSE
it is an ornament to
good printing.
BECAUSE
it can be had in size to
suit any class of work.
y\t''''X,7'" _
^unTon [%pYt.e\B_ti
The Mail Hera Itt is the
only Union Printing Office
in thl. tity      Phone Mo. <V
DO YOU REALIZE
YOU CAN SHOP HERE AT THE   SAME
PRICE YOU COULD BEFORE THE WAR?
We have for you an assortment not surpassed
 in the large centres. ———
Briar,    Calabash   PIPFQ
and  Meerschaum
CIGARS
IN THE BEST ASSORTMENTS
 AT OLD-TIME PRICES
MINNON'S CIGAR STORE
TRY OUR FRESH OYSTERS
DIRECT FROM THE EAST
TASTY  AND FRESH
ASK FOR SHAMROCK   BRAND OF
PROVISIONS
P. Burns C& Co. Ltd.
Factory Phone 261
P.O.Box IMI
lU'sidenco I'lioiu- SM
Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
O. W. Abrahamson,  Proprietor
Wi- can lill nny orders of windows ordoora or anylhiuR
in the factory lina
Wi-  also  carry  a  complota Btork of building materals
LUMBER.SHINGLES.LATHS& MOULDINGS,
CEMENT, WOODFIBRE, LIME& BRICK
ESTIMATES  GIVEN   FREE
F. B. WELLS
Men's Outfitter
Fur Buyer	
WISHES YOU
_A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Union Hotel
A. V. U.VKSQUI., Proprietor
FIRST STREET,   REVELSTOKE, It. C*.
Delicious Vegetable!, &c, fresh from own Ranch
A"\ D I p K| "T* A I       Suitably furnished with the
HOTEL
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor
choicest the market affords.
Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. liates $1 a day.
Monthly rates.
IMPURE  DRINKING WATER IS
THE FRIEND OF DISEASE
Our CAUIIONATBD    BEVBRAGBB   are manufactured from ab-
•oliiti-ljr pure syrups and   tlir.ee fllt«red water. Tbeir use ta l.en
•flclal to MKAI.TH and a preTratatire of 1)1,SKA UK.
Try our Ginger Ale, Cream   Hoda, Ginger Beer, Ac. The mountain water Is t_ot Hlmon    Pure la the good old mranur time.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers
Direct Importers SATURDAY, DI.OI.MBER 30, 1916.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE   THRBJI
SCENE PROM    "THE GIRL HE COULDN'T BUY."
EMPRESS THEATRE, MONDAY  EVENING
ANNOUNCEMENT
MEETINGS AND ENTERTAINMENTS
Notices of patriotic, lodge, society, club or churcb meetin'_;a, concerts, socials etc.. inserted under 9 .■■rial heading of "Meetings" on
clnsFilie.l pap.es at twenty-five cents per insertion, provided space is not
larger than one ine!-,. As reading matter under headinc* of "Locals" on
news pages at ten cents per line p.r insertion.   In effect September 25.
Wishing One and All
The Compliments of the
t~% Season r%
TOMORROW'S SERVICES
CATHOLIC.
St. Francis church, McKenzie Ave.
p.nd Filth street, Pastor, Rev. J. C.
MacKenzie. Sunday services:— Low
MasB at S a.m. aud High Mass at
10:30 a.m. every Sunday. Sunday
school for the children at 2:3U p.m.,
I'.enediction and Rosary at 7:311 p.m.,
Confessions Saturday I to 6 aud 7:3tl
to '.i p.m. and Sunday morning 7:3U
to S. Weeks days:—Mass every morning at 7 o'clock, Confessions before
Mass. First Fridays —MaBS at 8 a.
m.,  Benediction aud  Rosary at    7:3(1
ST. PETER'S CHURCH (Anglican)
Sunday afi'i Christmas. Day ol
Bpecial prayer throughout the Anglican ('lunch, in connection with the
tent, and ol tharbful recognition of
the devotion shown by the manhood
ind womanh iod of the Empire. Holy
'ommunlon 8 a.m, Matins and Litany 11. Sunday School 2.30 p.m.
Evenson? 7:: l, at which tbe preacher
will lie the Verj Reverend Dean Paget
of Calgary,
METHODIST CHURCH
i Corner of McKenzie Avenue and
Third Streets.
Rev. p., C. Freeman, Pastor.
Special services tomorrow will
mark the closing e.f the Old mid'the
opening of the New, and it is to be
hoped, bettei Year. Tiie morning topic will be: "KeBeplng Ourselves in the
M ■■ of !od." "The Miasm-,, of Our
Days" will be the subject of the even-
■ - discourse. Special music by the
junior and Benior choirs at both ser-
iricw. v short Watchnight service, lieu-inning at 11.15, will be held.
Tn the atternoon the J. B. 0.
- Men's Bible class—Rev. B. C.
Freeman, teacher) will discuss tbe
problem of war versus education in
the form of a elei.ate. All the mem-
bers ..f the class are urged to be pre-
sent. Strangers especially welcome at
either ..? the services, or the Sunday
scbe.ol and Bible 'lasses, bci_inni.ig
.it  .'. 10. ''..me!
Phone 11
HOBSOI'T'S
Box 734
ESTABLISHED      -      1875
IMPERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
CAPITAL PA'D UP 57.000.000' RESERVE FUND $7000.000
PELEG IIOWLAND, PRESIDENT. E. HAY. GENERAL MANACER.
HEAD OFFICE:  TORONTO.
Reuonablc advances miule to responsible Farmers Bfniinsl i.i. estock an.! I :r*in.
Farmers sales Notes negotiated. Domestic and Foreign Exchange Boughtand   old
REVELSTOKE BRANCH,    A. B. McCLENEGHAN, Manager.
A.   Piehin.     a    Marysvillc     farmer,
tbe Cranbrook  Herald he made
$518 in six months    from     12     dairy
■ b this season.
Chief ■ I DOltce M >"ic holds the re-
rord  f'r big  game  getting  at Fernie.
1 i'     ea:ve     he.    .   ■ icently  with  :v ■'•   i
■nl buck.
Although operating but one furnace
! if copper stays at    its present   price
..II  year thc     smelter    at Greenwood
should show n profit of $S0O,000.
Penticton has a brand new health
by-law. lt provides that no cows or
goats shall be kept in any building
used  for human habitation.
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baffgage Transferred
Distributing Agents and Storage
GENERAL   DKAYINl.
FURNITURE   AND    PIANO    MOVING   A   SPECIALITY j
Phone 46-276        Night Phone 346
CURTIS   &   SWITZER
The Consolidated Mining k Smelling Co.
ol Canada,   Limited
iiu :es, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL,   BRITISH  COLUM Bl \
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
I
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and LeacTOres
["RAIL BRAND PIG LEAD, HLI'l-'STuM.  AND SPELTER
Patriotic
Fund
Please pay your
Subscription to
the Canadian Patriotic Fund to
the Molsons Bank
or to R. Gordon,
Secretary
Ml
f1f3.-v . I   mi, Lynx, Wolv.-., Mlalc, Fliber, Wlitu Wu<mI,
t,   -r' . Ic.he.i'ur Bt-a.c*j-.o'-^iiicl ioyour teection
SHIP * l:       IISDinrCTl.,' S'Mni-RT'-lhf larr
km     ill s WwW dealing excletltelr In NOI m VMtHK AMuy. riHS
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Furl
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Writ, lor It-NO*   -If. II  BE
A   V.   CHJIRFRT   Inr   ?r'7V'T AUSTIN AVE.
A. r-.i-t. ..J'..-_.\i, inc. L, -ac;o,u.s.a.
Don'l merely smother your cough
/i|||tl"i    WtWt Miilliirn's  Si tup  of  Tu nml Cod Livrr Oil not only
I      lifer I  promptly mir, i» c.ii^liiiij;, Imt Hunks to iti tonic ind
VcvUlJ   « ■ utrpiigtliriiiiijj proiwrtirs it lie Ipi tlicJTstcm lo throw ofl
the cold mid thnn etlrrlx a f«rninnriit mir.    Il l.i IliLi nuality which luu wtw for
It tlie largei! Hale of nnv cough and COld leinnly in Canada.
jy. large bottUt, rveryrvkfrr.
I. I- MA I IIIUI CO-. Prop . SHI HBUOIIH., P.O.
\~Z
tt Tmtr UTAH <M> tenrltti M_lM.il. Kiw^lej, ISntdm. t__t »nr..Vifeil he
Hlj  -ll.prtl   Um  te,., ont  'Om.   —»  ptl-   ftewji   hemA.  tad  mi  llmtm
(.llllll    POLK   V
11'i. goi iii pul iry to think ofthe future
li's-iiii bettei policy to provide agaltul
.In' mlafoi■nun's it mny have In store
foi ymi.   The eureet wayof piowotlng
v.iuisi'lf mid liiinily ii. 11
LIFE iNsri.AM B POLICY
with n reliable I'liinpi"v.   The high
lllllllllill     l-lllllllilie.'     .Hl'l      lOIIg    bUI  ' IH'HH
mi,.i    ni   ih"   Kootenay   Agencies
makM     il     iili-i.lni.-ly    tin-1 winlliy.
VToui   time ma?  be nut »i  hand,
Don'l delay,  Take ".it ■ polloy now.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LtdJ
A. K. Kincaid. Mmmfr.
"*^SJ**S'S"^S'' -*"■
EMPRESS THEATRE
ONE HAV ONLY—Matinee 2.30, Evening 6.30.
NEW    YEARS    DAY
Vi. B, SHERMAN presents "The   Sensation    of    the     Year,"
SUMNER  NHlli.l/S  Noted Dramatic Treat:
"THE GIRL HE COULDN'T BUY"
VOU WILL LAUGH. YOU'LL BE TICKLE1
VOU'LL  APPLAUD.
120 LAUGHS TN'  120 MINUTES.
START THE NEW YEAR  RIGHT.
seal  Sale at  McDonald's     Children     25c.      .dulta   50c, 75c,
Reserve,  $1.00.  Matinee, 2.30; Evening 8.30
TRAPPEJE*S!l
Send you 17 -.
RAWFURS
toJOHN HALLAM
|s     an.t  rwatf* ft £b#«|  c*ah  price*     VVe und
man**-  th* Htnedny tb* fumHrar*
P     i b»rtf« ii4com.ii tenim-and p*> nl rfca
§.;.     w b Imtrn paid out millioni of dol ™m to thou-
^     i**ndt of trsppfrt   n C*n**lR wl ; -. oi tti.-ir
funtOOl  ■f.-euiethfj-lnnw ih«* «et • «iD-ue
' ■:-.■     1 nor* IB  >r.ejr  tt ' Ufit lt>T%.
Vou*iUaiM W« buy mora nutfrota t ■•. \- m
t   r,-uhlti*nM*ro.'ln>fl!i#  tirm* in cVu.iwia..
pnnp    M»llft!D c Tra^t*- <, . ■-..■.
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I liajfj    H .   s     ■ tUwPur Qu     -
RalU     i| -.t St] ■
. -      "t:" rrM    -, -     ,  tt ■. (dn .- «
JOHN HALLAM Limited
151   Hallam Building,Toronto
... -    i m' i
If you want what you' want when you
I want it try Mai I-Her aid Want Ads
7'^7WJ'r' ■ "S'T*-:*-'iS-'-SEWBfi
-   i!^Mh hlBi ihr ift
rs„_m_msai
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C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Family Shoe
Outfitters
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
Wo aim to tfive maximum
wear At minimum grice
May the New
Year be full of
prosperity^ for
you and yours 1
PAGE FOUR
THE  MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 191«»
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
Chief of  I'olice  J.  Cleland
from the Coast on Sunday.
returned     J. p.
i ness.
Forde is in thc city on busi-
Misi.- G.  Lewis of Victoria
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Hiss IK.lis McCarter is the guest ol
Mr. and Mrs. s. c. Robbins for tne
holidays.
is    the     h. H. McVity spent     Christmas in
sibbald.   Revelstoke.
I
Neale Murray   of Kamloops    spent
Thursday in Revelstooke.
The Mail-Herald may be   purchased
at     Bews'  Urng  Store,
Drug Store,
Macdonald's
Take „ look at the label on your
paper; you may be one of the "called."
Mr. A. B. Noble ol Vancouver spent
a few days last week with Ins daughter, Mrs. h. H. Godard.
Bidney Robbins ol Calgary is spending     the     holidays with his parents,
Mr.  .iii.l  Mrs.  S.  G.  Robbins. ]
i
Mrs. II.  ll. McVity lelt last     week
"The Life of Our Saviour." a I'athe
colored production, at the Kmpress
tonight.
W. Parry has returned to the city.
BANKHEAD BRIQUETTES BOW<
BEST.
Mrs. Sibbald will be at home today
instead of Saturday next.
Miss Bernadine Bunnell, who has
been attending the Business Institute
at Detroit, Mich., has returned home.
The household effects of Mrs. Brock
will be sold by auction on January
2. H. Manning will be the auctioneer.
We wish one and all the compliments of the season and hope that
the New Year will bring them happiness and prosperity.
Miss Wilcox of the Queen Victoria
hospital stafl spent Sunday at Salmon Arm.
C. M. Field has been advised that
hia commission as Judge of Court of
Revision and Appeal has been cancelled by Onder-in-Cotincil and tbat
H. N. Coursier has been appointed in
F.  landmark and J.  Stewart re-  hi8 ',lace*
Wednesday Iron, a    trip to      )Cach one is doing his or    her     ut_
I most, and many are giving more thai-
Mrs. T.  McPherson     has     returned they can afford.    The 5-cent   piece is
J    Hay  left on Thursday for Coch- from tne Ka8t ancl is the gucst 0( ner; often as great a sacrifice as    the $10
rane,  Northern Ontario, where he will nl0ther, Mrs. Hvatt. I bill. Both   are insignificant corx-pared
take charge ol a new R.R.Y.M.C.A. with the sacrifices made by those    in
Mrs. Crubbe   of Golden is spending' the trenches. The man or the woman
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay tht
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, such te-
turns should be furnished at 'east
once a year.
The lease will include the coal mining rights only, rescinded by Chap.
27 of 4-5 George V. assented to 12th
June, 1914.
For full information application
should be made to the secretary ol
the department of the Interior, .{Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of
Dominion Lands.
W. ~. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
..n   hi extended visit    to     Iriends   in  |ejni,Blon (.'reek.
Eastern Canada   -Golden Star.
Mr. and   Mrs. Goiter     Thomas    ot lhe holidays with her   parents,
■Revelstoke,  are  sending  a  few. days  ,uld Ml.s   c_ B   paget
with    relatives  at  Ladystnith.—Lady-,
Mr.
jimith Chronicle.
Miss Raymond had as
over     the     Christmas
mother and sister,     Mrs.
Raymond »f Edmonton.
who is not helping the empire in
some way is not even1 neutral—is an
enemy.
Kaslo council has leased tho city's
skating rink for the winter for a
matter of $71.
SCENE FROM
EMPRESS THEATRE.
"THE GIRL HE COULDN'T BUY."
MONDAY EVENING^
her
holidays her revieving him.
and     Miss
Dean Paget of Calgary Epeut Wednesday in Revelstoke, having come to
attend the wedding of Miss Kathleen
Sibbald and Mr. A. M. Lloyd.
|    Provincial Constable     J.  Reuner is
spending  the holidays at    the Coast, j    Amolli, new corapanieSp     „„..,,,.„,,
iibson     of Arrowhead is tion     of     which is announced in the
current week's Provincial Gazette arc
e the following:     British Canadian Mo-
Corporation,     Limited,
Christmas  in
and Mrs. C. B. Paget
I ited,  Vancouver, capital $15,000; Ced-
By denying yourself a luxury     now; ars,   Limited, of Vancouver,     capital
1 and then you will be able to provide ■ $30,000- National Manufacturing Com-
It should be considered a duty and for the, aCtual neces8ities of the ^vee
n privilege for those who can not go and chiidr,n of our ,)rave 60ldiers.
to the front to see   that     the   wives
and     families ,vf our soldiers are not1    The dance in the Masonic Hall     on
■neglected, j Thursday     night   given by the Girls'
I Auxiliary to the Red Cross    Society,' December 26 of Malcolm     Beaton, of
The Gordon River Timber Company  wn8 a huge 3llccesB {som every point' Beaton,     one    of the old pioneers of
of Portland,    Oregon, and the Pacific  of vicw, .     j thig district, after au ilness of     only
Net and     Twine Company of Seattle ' ; two days. It is particularly sad, ow-
iiave been registered under the    Com-,    Appointments   announced     ir.    t^, ing to the death of his daughter on-
W. R. Grubbe, manager of   the Imperial Bank of Canada, Golden, spent lion picture
town,  the guest of MrJCapital     J1W'0M'    and hcad °ffice in
1 Vancouver;     B.C. Brush Works, Lim-
pany, Limited, of Vancouver, capital
$10,000; Clark Lumber Company, of
Vancouver, capital $25,000.
The death     occurred at Beaton on
rinripej  \rf And     aiithuriypd   to c»rrv current  week's Provincial  Gazette in- '.     .        ,
panics .ali anu     au.noii«u    io v-any ly two days previous previous.
nn business in British Columbia. <-lude the following:     Mr. Thomas M.
Mr.
Beaton     was on his ranch, about 5i
Koberts, of Cranbrook, to be a justice  .....                   ,
the    , m,     ■ m     *i, a     .^    aa , miles from the town, when he    got
tne  of the peace; Mr.  Walter Graddon, ol ,       ,     ., ,,, "
Oaoadian Patriotic Fund is concerned Collingwood     East,     to be a notary1 *'°rd. . °f . "». 8udde° lllnCBB « "»
There are two lines which must stand pllblic. daughter, but   her death occurred be-
There is no argument     where
Every railroader aud city     member
every assault .if the enemy: Thc fighting line and thc paying line.     Which
one are you on? II you cannot go and
flght,
means that Tommy's dependents may
be spared the spectre of want.    Your   •  ■ - —
duty is plain'   Subscribe regularly to' Paulding.     religious   work   chairman,
lore he was able to arrive.    He took
sick that day and death followed two
f the Association, and non-members, j days later.     They will     be buried in
you can stay and pay ."which 'should make a point of being present Beaton.   The townsite of Beaton waa
at the men's meeting     on Sunday at named after    this     pioneer     over 20
4 sharp, at     the     Y.M.C.A.     Frank. ?ears a&°
the Caiadiun Patriotic Fund.
will  give us our New  Year's message
' and    M. Houlding will favor us with
In an "Honor  Roll" issued    by the a s,,i0   Now  meM|  let U8 make this a
Canadian     Bank    of Commerce some bumper  meeting for the closing Sun-!
remarkable  figures are given showing jay 0[ the old year,
the high percentage   of    tbe     bank's
starts enlistment in the present  wur.      Tuesday  was a  busy day     at     the
A total of 1,200 ollicers    of the  bank  i',,lice     station,      no   fewer than five
men appeared before     Police     Magistrate     A.  K.  Kincaiu     charged with
BIRTHS
TAYLOR.—On December 3rd, 1916.
at Claresdale, Tei(p_roouth Road, Torquay, to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Taylor,
a daughter
have taken up military duty, representing i>". per cent, ol the male start
between the ages lv and 4T.; 60 per
cent, of the entire male stafl, and 40
per cent, of the bank. Ol these "7
have been killed up tei the present
date. 15", wounded, 7 missing, 3 prisoners of war, and 17 ill,
common   assault      Hair.   M.-Leneghan
;r»l   .lack   Connors      wen    :-.n-'i   >_>   CK
an.l costs ..r tw .ths     Imprison
ment       and       $10 and       costs FOR SALE—Pair
WANT   ADVTS.
On Christmas night at the
dence of Mr. anil Mrs. Vi. M Lawrence, a presentation was made to
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. 3. McLean by B
number <.f their friends. Dr. McLean
was prestnted with a gold-headed engraved cane, and Mrs. McLean was
presented with a gold handled umbrella, also engraved.     Tin- presenta-
letie monl irison-
• m respectively.     \M
his fine      Robert  Lee,
real- and     Michael     Mulls
with   i warning.
...i lies'     Skating
Apply  Mail-Her-
The cotrti eetween     tbi    '  lei tl
government  an.'.  I I   le  provinces
regarding     the     work of tbe  R.N.W.
M.P.  has been abrogated during   the
war    at
sutbortties.   Th.- - mam-
CARD OF THANK8.
thank ail those who were
luring the ' M.ristmae
tlon was made by A. P. Levesque  Ln tained at I
I AP.Ii OF THANKS
one of his usual  bright speeches    Expressions     ol g>->Oel wishes were
Irom   His Worship, Mayor H. F. McKinnon. W. Hews.  R. M. Smythe   W
B rneU,     c. r.   Macdonald,     W   M
Lawrenc   and others.
EMPRESS   THEATRE
PROGRAM
SATURDAY  and   Mai r.-.    '  Ml..     Lile
of Out  Saviour"  a bieautlful
colored     production and one e.f me
ni'.st woodetrful pictures ever shown
in this city. This picture appi
everyone at ti.is holiday season,
and she ild be seen by all. Then) is
also plenty of good comedy shown
along with the above feature.
Prices, children luc, adults 20c.
MONDAY and Matinee, 2.30 — The
spiendid road attraction "Tie '.irl
He Couldn't Buy," in 4 acts.    This
provini ■ their  time
to enfe-
This
tew      uts ' 1 ti
■
. Ice
the
i ,
in Fr in
"2. Since
il
■ of the
until
be    i in February, it. is im-
pro-,
■   anil    stafl
i Hospital wish
, ■
Kin'ln.'RH
■ he pat-
■
I
III'..,
The participation of Uritish '
attraction is making a big hit at bia In an International conference on
tin coast at the present time and forest ,.-),,. protection at which re
Is a guaranteed flrst class show, presentatlves of the various provin-
Prices. 23c, GOr, 75c and *1.00.jclai ft( W(.|| ,,„ ttlP federal forestry
Seats at Macdonald's. organisations of Canada     nml     also
TUESDAY—The House of Golden nimllai organizations ofthe United
Window*, with Cleo Ridgley and states will be present lo Montreal on
Wallace Reid. Lasky production In'pebruary i nnd ?. next, has been re-
5 reel and comedy. -j'queated  by Mr.  Klfor.1  Wilson,    presl
Famous      Players denf   „t  the  Canadian   Forestry   Asso-
•'
I.I. \TItr
1 oal  .'inning rights    '
In     M initoba, S mkn md Al
on move   ■■ lined or lost,  west territories and
i.y the  noting   in either case the n-   the     provini        I       bis
'Hit       Will      not leet the   ,,,a>-   he   lease.1   I of   twenty-
ent situation. one yeari   renewal for a further term
■Vf 21 years at an annual rental
of (I nn acre Not more than 2,r,M
acres  .. II be li ised to one applicant,
be
u>
dls-
fOI
llcatlon     for a Ihrbs must
■Hide by the applicant lo person
the     Agent or  Sub-AgOTt  of  the
in   whlrh   the  rights  applied
are e.ltiia(:e(1.
in surveyed territory the larJd must
be described by neet\t,nn, or Ingnl snl>-
divisions of sectlonB, and In unsur-
veyed   territory   the   I reel   applind   fo
prwnt     nw,n     Moore    and HaaeLj elation. Word received recently by thr    ha„    "i"stftlied  'tj theTppHean^
of the Provincial | h1tnW(If#
Dawn in  "l.'iidei    Cover,'
■ 9 i  mefly,
THURSDAY   and   Vlatlnee
Sarah Bernhardt,   the greatest act
ress in the world, will i,e ,.,■.■■ In
"Jeanne Don-." priren adults 26c,
children l.r.r
parts prir0Riry      Rranch
nep.irtment of Lands     «rWI    that, a'    Knf.„     nr>piiCaMon   mnst fce ueom-
10 representative ol   this sei   Ice   ihould rmnled by n fee   er " -rhtrh will    he
attend   the  conference  and      present a royalty      shall   he  paid  on  Hie inerch
pa/ioi     on     the Bubjoct of forest, lire antable    outpu*     of the mine at the
protection,   the system now in voguo rate at five cents per ten
in British Columbia being recognized The person operating tho mien shall
Bl   the best in Cnnadn. furnish tho Agent with eworn returns
*
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Statement of the result of the business of the Bank
for the year ending 30th November, 1916
R.ilanee at credit of Profit and Loss Account brought forward from last year .. $        461,892 2.S
Net Profits for tbu year ending 30th November, after providing for all bad and
doubtful debts '  2,4.19,415 17
$    2,901,307 42
This has been appropriated as follows:
Dividends Nos. 116, 117, 118.ind 119 at ten per cent, per annum $     1,300,000 00
Bonus of one per cent, payable 1st June  150,000 00
do do do       Ist December  150,000 00
War lax on bank-note circulation to .10ih November  147,288 3.1
Transferred to Pension Fund (annual contribution)  80,000 00
Subscriptions:
Canadian Patriotic Fund  $50,000 00
Uritish Rod Cross Kmul       5,000 00
British Sailors' Relief Kuiid       5,000 00
Sundry   subscriptions,   including   Northern   Ontario   Kiro
Relief Fund and War Hospitals, etc     11,700 00
  71,700 00
Balance carried forward  802,319 09
$    2,'H. 1,307 42
GENERAL  STATEMENT
30th NOVEMBER, 1916
LIABILITIES
To THE  Pl'BLIC
Notes of Uu- Bank in circulation  $   19,259,347 68
Deposits not be.u ing interest      $ 62,484,072 27
Deposits bearing Interest, including interest accrued to date ..    167,412,079 88
  229,8%, 152 15
Balances duo io oilier Banks in Canada  141,317 42
Uii.ones due lo Hanks and Banking Correspondents elsewhere than in Canada. 5,021,882 49
Bills Payable  2,IHb,836 68
\, ,-i-pi.inci-s under Letters oi Credit  2,0'L»,ti4O 13
To tiie Shareholders
Dividends IMipaid.
Dividend No. I I'I and bonus, payable 1st December	
Capital Paid up   $ 15,000,000 00
Rest Account       13,500,000 00
Balance of Profits as per Profit and Loss Account 802,319 09
$ 258,598,176 55
2,084 12
525,000 00
29,302,319 O'l
$ 288,427,579 7(,
ASSETS
Gold and Siver Coin Current   $ 20,975,529 83
Dominion Notes  19,315,476 00
Deposit wiih the Central Gold Ucserves  6,000,000 00
Noiesot other Banks  $   1,630,360 00
Cl ies on other Banks    9,668,098 71
ll. - A ■■• b) other Banks in Canada  l.-W 86
Balances due by   I',.oiks  and   Banking   Correspondents elsp-
ul.ei.e than in Canada  7,201,798 13
$   46,291,005,83
18,501,641. 70
2,781,960 B6
17,282,911 'li,
7,810,161 73
14,725,133 07
21,141,335 Ms
8IW>,%4 12
hi in.I Provini i.il Gown nenl Securities, noi exceeding market value..
Korcijjn   .oul   Colonial   Public   Securities   and   Canadian   Municipal
Si ' Hi el ies	
,. nnd other Bonds, Deb mures nnd Stocks, not exceeding market value
i  .    md      >rt Loan   (noi  'xci-i-din>f 30 days) In Cantidu on Bonds, Debentures
I  Sicks 	
i   i   >. I ...in i . ,.  ciliny;30dnys)elsewhere than In Canada 	
ii milt the Minister of I inance leer the purposes ol ths Circulation Fund..
$ 129,341,420 42
ms .md Dim ..nuts in Canada liens iei.,ite of interest)       133,738,131  21
Current I  isns and Discounts elsewhere than in Canada (less rebate of
intei         16,504,418 23
e     'iiiieis iiikI.i Letters of Credit, as |ier econtra         2,092,640 13
itlmated Ion provided for).  230,738 30
Re ,l I   lo. other than B ink Premises (including the unsold balance of former
premises oi lhe Eastern 1 ownshlps Bank)     $ 1,264,458 34
i .     ne ,.',; ,>;,- assumed  100,000 00
Real 1   tate raid b) the Bank,
■ l, less amounts written off 	
Less iffe fisstiim-d on property purchased..,
Othei  Vim   i not included in the fora>golng   	
I'„ I-.. WALKER
I'HkSIIIXNr
5,139,457 26
300,000 00
t,164,458 34
389,411 53
4,839,457 2i>
126,904 34
$ 288,427,57'! Te,
JOHN AIRD
OBNEKAI. MANAGES
Huporl of ths Auditor* to the Shareholders of Tht Cansditn Bank of Commerce
I , icconU-M *'ll. U« I" '>'""." "I %.il.ve..o.i. 11 .hi I   'I eii Section 50 of Ihe ll»nk Act, 191 i, we report
a ,' i,, , ,,].,i ... ibore Bait/let Sheet »nd compn  I ft »eih ths tuakiisad voeudwjial lle.JIOffi«
■ ,. i,, ,e i,r.    w. v., ill iii. informstJosana esptasatfoflt thai wt
nthal Ihl lloni ol ll.e H.mk winch have tnnii- u.i.ler our notur luv.
I   . .nenl. ,il   llir 11.nek at lie, chiel
Illi ,-,,!...u„.n at   eVnl, N'i.uiht, 1916. and
,                            , tiss 'I.'*""' .
.   ■:■     ,., ■   • *...l'""-e' mi-« ■■'the Hate
.;. _    .CO... pVeejfl lO „,, .ail JflhoWQ
,1        .
T. ItAltKV U'Flin  C  A ■!
■ I Weill., Head, lleKHn. Callinrham Al Co. I
JAMU MARWII K c. A. | '
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