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 Buy Your Goods
AT   HOME
The Mail-Herald
THE MAIL-HERALD
Publiihed  weekly—Read
by   everyone—The     recognise*
advertising     medium   for   the
city and district.
Vol. 23-No. 50
REVELSTOKE. B.C,  SATURDAY, DECEMBEI
i)
1911.
$2.50 Per Year
ACCEPT EXPLANATION OF
PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEES
•Planks Were Not Worth Taking—After Hearing Men The
Matter Was Dropped—Should Never Have Come Up
—Several Heated Discussions
A. F. Lundell and W. Morris waited'to a few more people, Aid. Smythe."
tun the city council on Wednesday His Worship: "I do uut think you
night to reply to the charges mndo can call Mr
l>y Aid. Smythe at the last
mooting with reference to tho t'ublio
Works
made'can call Mr.  Morris tt thief. Mr. Lun-
councll'tlell was responsible aud he knew  Mr.
1 Morris was taking the wood.  He has
judgement enough to   know     whether
department  employees  taking vQQi     wafj    worth aDytmI,K or
•Wh'
that
bout
~$. wbo put it
'"'     . i#,rt
„\t\c\f» . ou cannot
against tbe men."
Worship:    "Ai     person
make
settlo
settle    it
■rfd planks. not."
Mr. Lundell said: "i have come   toj   Aid. Smythe;
aroply     to    tbe charges made against crossing o"
aie of steuling lumber     and     planks
Irom tbe city and, as I understand l yro'
fceing called a thief.     We   havo novt  |    H(8  Worghip.    ..^     per8on     should I
laken     out     planks that were worth   Jlake enquiries and And out the tacts
taking.     The    planks   we take out I  before accusing unyone of stealing."
would be ashamed to oiler to anyone,1    Aid. Barber:  "Ho* can you
even as a present, lf you oliered thorn   it now,  your Worship."
to n.ost people they would be insult-     His Worship:      T could
ed.     1    would not carry tbem across quickly, Aid. Barter."
tho street. In fact, any that   were of     Aid. Smythe:  "I do not believe the1
uny use at all I split     and   used    as  plunks were so rotten."
two     by   fours.     Most Ji the plunks'    His Worship: "You have the     word
have been in tbe sidewalks   since tho af Mr. Lundell,   who has been In the
city  was incorporated.     I  may     say  lumber business all his life,     against
that tbe team has been around three that of Aid. Smythe."
times     tbis year gathering plauks to     Aid.  Needham:   "I was not   at last
i^>t them out of tbe way. At the rato week's     meeting    but if I had been I
we have been taking   them     out     it think I would have defended tho men. (
would     take a teamster     and   team 1 do not think it necessary to second j
half a day to gather up planks     not any motion. I do not think a rr.otion |
worth -50 cent:;. There is no money in is    necessary.      You cannot exonerate
that.  I have, always been     respected, people from doing a thir_g that they
There iare two nan.es 1 refuse to    let never did. I do   not consider this as
anyone call me, and they are a thief stealing."
or a liar. My record and character His Worship: '*! do not seem to be
are above reproach aud you gentle- able to get a seconder [or the motion
men can all bear that out. I have I'll get at it another way. Werc the
ciever taken ..ue stick of wood." men justified in what they did?"
Aid. Smythe: "Aid. Bourne, did you Aid. Needham then moved that the
not say tbat it was the regular thing explanation of the men be accepted;
to take ;the wood home?" and the metter be dropped.    The mo-i
Aid. Bourne     'I did not say that, 1  t . -i  was carried,  Aid. Smythe voting
Buid that it would cut     surprise   me Dsca'.nst the motion
but iif     they     did 1 would not blame 	
them." I
Aid. Needhan.      "I     bave     noticed
where    the sidewalk has been patched
Canadian Expansion
Its Possibilities
1. Why ship mir raw  materials out  ol the country,
2, Why not utilize them in Canada, paying wages to Canadian
iin'ii. conserving the profits for Canadian manufacturers, and
ing i p Canadian transport lines.
work-
build-
What opening do yi
dian  industry?
u know of foi the establishment of a new Cana-
that tbe best part of a number of
jdanks have been saved and used for
patching up holes. I never saw any-]
thing worth taking. Anyone would bo
welcome to tbe rotten .parts tbat
were thrown to one side. A man
■starts    witb a'wheelbarrow     full     of;
ROYAL NAVAL
VOLUNTEERS
Canada imports every dny goods made under foreign Hags Irom
Canadian raw materials. Tho Canadian purchaser pays the wages and
tlle profits of foreign manufacture, also the transportation costs ol
both raw material and linisbed goods. In resources and variety of raw
materials in sites and power for factories, in transportation and situation with  regard  to the world's markets, Canada is unrivalled.
When the war is over nnd the OnemieB of civilization overcome, the
war of commerce will begin. Now is the time to plan for the utilization of our owo resources.
ARE YOl' READY TO PLAY YOUR PART?
The power of a nation is the producing power of her industries.
Canada ir.ust find out what thia producing power is and then develop
it. The capacity of every plant must he gauged. The ability of every
man must  he known.
A nation's prosperity is Mechanical; it is Electrical; it is Chemical;
it is Mining, Manufacturing, Transportation; it is every phase of Engineering.
Canada must survey its industrial resources. The channels of commerce must be charted.  Each some, of supply must be sounded.
What can you do to help?
If y ui are a manufacturer, co-operate fully with the engineers
chemists, so that they can do their job quickly and efficiently.
and
If you are n working man, help your employer to help the engineers
and chemists and be prepared, if so needed, to be a soldier of industry
behind the lines.
If you are a business or a professional man. or whatever you are,
mobilize "Good Will" behind thc patriotic task before the coming convention.
HALF IlilON WOMEN
SWINDLED OUT OF DIMES
Many in Revelstoke Receive Circulars — Another
Scheme to Defraud the Public of their Money-
Postal Department Takes Action
EXPERIENCED IN ST. FRANCIS
new planks te. replace old ones
and it would hardly pay the city to
have the team go around ar.il collect
them."
Mr. Morris then stated on bis behalf that With regard to the plank
he bad picked some up and taken it
liome     as    it  \\a< in the way,  but it
Conditions Of Fleet Do Not En
tail Hardship of Those
At Front
Y.M.CA.WORK
Father  and   Son   Banquet—
T.H.Hutchinson, Much Travelled Secretary Will Speak
BAZAAR
one yf the smoothest schemes of Government ten cents apiece to han-
obtalnlng money from the unsuspect- die such letters. About (70,000 a yeas
Ing public has been attc pted in accrues to the Government from re»
Revelstoke, We understand that a mittancea contained In letters whose
number of the citizens have already senders cannot be identified."
replied to the missive, and we pub- The following la a copy ol the clr«
lish the following so the people may cular that is being sent out:
know. 'To Introduce  an.l   advertise    ou*
In Leslie's Weekly of November IS, ready-to-wear goods In the least
the following article appears beneath time, we Will give to anyone comply-
a photograph of a huge pile of mail, lng with the following coalitions
"The sacks In this photograph con-, herein stated, one 1.1G Model Silk
tain 70.0CO letters, each enclosing a Petticoat, which sells for J4.30 retail;
dime in payment for a ?4.">0 '1917 in any size and color wanted tsizo
model' silk petticoat, oficred on an meaning length). Copies of thi.s are
endless chain scheme by a Minneapolis to be mailed to five friends the day.
I.rm. The post olb.ee department, de- following your receipt of this letter,
cided thc scheme was fraudulent and and their names and addresses with
held up the mail. Halt a million let- ten cents are at once to he sent to
ters accumulated in the Minneapolis the National Mail Order Brokerage
past oilice. Three hundred thousand Exchange, 520 Globe Building, Min-
bore return cards and wero sent back, neapolis. Minn., whin a petticoat w.11
The two hundred thousand went to be mailed to you. They are doing
the Dead Letter oilice to be opened this instead of advertising in a mag-
and  returned  if possible.  It costs the azine."
WELL ATTENDED
MEETING OF
CITY COUNCIL
Those in  Arrears   For   Light
Will Be Cutoff-Bill Posiing
--Letter From Insurance
Companies
MRS. McLEAN
_ELECTED VICE
PRESIDENT
Nakusp    Conservatives   Hold
Annual Meeting    Wi.l Have
New Electric Lujhi Plani
NAKUSP, B.I ,, Dec. 1, 1916.—Nate*
usp is perhaps the lirst district ia
the province to welcome     the   ladiea
Hall Nicely Decorated—Fi v e
Hundred Played Stalls Very
Attractive
All indications point    to a pleasant
F.  Young,  postmaster, is in receipt
of  the following communication  from
H. Bell-Irving, Chairman Provincial ,"1'1 entertaining evening on Monday.
Naval Recruiting Committee, Vancou- December 4, wben tbe "Father und
ver. | Son''   Banquet will be held     in     the
Dear Sir: In response to recent Clr- Y.M.C.A. gymnasium.
would  not amount to half a load all cular  letter regarding  Naval Recruit-     The boys are enthusiastic over   the
told,   "lt  ie still there,"     said     Ur.  ing,  the Committee    is     pleased     to prospect of tbe  good time  with their
Morris,  ''and     Alderman Smythe can know that you have kindly consented dads, and, to make it the best    yct,
have it bad; if he wants it." to further the matter in     your     dis-  there     must     be   a good     gathering
Aid. Smythe: "I do not need il but'trict as far as possible, aad I now' around the festive board. Final ar-
it ,-.-i.Ui have been used to give ncry take the opportunity of giving you rang.-ments are being made to have
perso.is instead of buying wood i.r'some further particulars und ot mak- present at the banquet two of Caning a few suggestions. ada's V..M.C.A. National Secretaries
Of the total force of 5000 men pro- ol the Hoys Work division, Messrs. J.
posed to be recruited in Canada and W. Storey and T. H. Hutchinson,
lent  by  the  Canadian  Government to     The former has had considerable cx-
theni. '
Mr > orris continued: 'I did
nt.-il thi wood. l'eople knew
taking it."
Aid. Smythe:   'Vou took it
night.'
LOT
Vn<3
St. Francis Hall presented a scene
of animation Wednesday and Thurs-.
day afternoons of this week, when
thc Ladies of the Altar Society held
tbeir annual bazaar.
The hall was decked with green and
white bunting, making a bright set-
tug for the many attractive tables.
The far end   of the hali, arranged as
u tea-room, witb little tables each over to the cbief of Police utul the
centred in oregon giape and carna- Clty clerk was Instructed to write the
tions, was in charge ol Mrs. Hobson,  i"su™n<:e association  to this effect.
Mrs. Brock, Mrs. Falls and Mrs. Mc-
.vlann. Mrs. Hell and Mrs. Smythe
tilled     the     ot'.icc of cashier in turn.
The regular meeting of     the     City
Council was held on Wednesday night,
all the aldermen being  present     witb int° the sacred precincts of the polity
the     exception   oi Aid.  Hobson, who  ical organizations.
has not as yet     returned     fron.    the     At t[le  annual  meeting of tbe Nak-
^ast. usp   Conservative     Association     last
A letter was read from tbe Main- week, the new recipients of tbe fran-
land Fire Underwriters' Association, cnise were formally invited to ba
also one from Sibbald and Son, stat- present, and that they accepted the
ing that or. a recent visit of their invitation and made tbeir presence
inspector be noticed untidy lanes, re- felt may be judged by the list of offi-
fusc and ashes thrown against the cers elected for the
walls     of    buildings and other things  which was as follows:
'   were  dangerous  from the stand-      president, D. T. Bulger,
point  of  insurance  companies.     They      Vice-President:      Mrs
asked the city to take the matter up Lean.
otherwise it would     be    necessary to      Secretary, _, H. Rawlings.
raise the insurance rates. Treasurer, T.  H. Bohart.
Aid.  Barber thought     the     matter     Executive  Committee.      Mrs.
should be looked    into as he had no-   Bulger,     Mrs.  L.  J,  .-::.- ,
ticed several cases himself. Stcne,  R. Tslip,  T,  Sellars     T.
It  was decided to turn the    matter  j{. H.  Baird, and B.  Parkinson.
The delegates to the c nveution at
Edgewoi el wm |,e Mr. and Mrs. D. T.
Bulger, Mrs. ... j. Edwards, and U
H. Rawlings.
The effect •■' ,..T womankind Interesting themselves   in     the politics of
ensuing     year.
IC.  H.  S.  Mc
D.  T.
Miss
Reid,
City Solicitor W. I. Briggs was
present at the meeting in connection
with     the    rebate of commission on
One of the most attractive stalls wus certaiBI properties redeemed before the   the  Jay will be watched with interest
the'the  Admiralty  for     work     overseas,  perience, commencing as _ Hoys Work  Ul|, W()rk ()f the     yolmg ladje(j of the  tax sale.  He advised  thc council that  and cannot  bi   anything   bul  beneficial
,000 are urgently desired by January  secretary in Dublin, Ireland, Y.M.C.A cllllrch whn   llmlol. the     guidance     of  tlu'y bad "" authority to refund   the
Mr. Morris:  "1 took it at night be- Though most  men who are    keen     to  Coming to this country, he graduated   MrH   [^aham, piled their table high
cause  it  wa-  starting  ti
was in the way."
His Worship:
you  still  want
With the loveliest fancy work olf every
snow and it see     service    have already joined thc from   Springfield  college,  after    which
I Militia,      there      must   still  ren.am  a   hi    went   to   Rangoon,   India,  where he
"Well,  gentlemen,    do number to whom  the Idea  ol    service  had  charge of the boys work.     Alter f|.,M1   tllj[, charming collection! hy Miss
these men  branded as In the navy  will appeal.     The    cause  service lor three years in  India he re- McCarthy,   Miss  Beatrice  Fraser    and
thieves or  will you exonerate     them? remains as creat  as ever,     and     the   turned  to     Great  Britain,      where he \|lss Mackensle.   A  table ol plain S6W-
it was satisfactory to Mr. Lundell to splendid     .1 la and sacrifices ol our was attached to the National Council |„gi tha handiwork, ol the elder ladles
have Morris take the wood." 'troops  must  appeal   to  all true    men.  Returning to this country he hus been   waa  ;liSl,  completely      sold  out  of  ltd
Ud, Smyth.-   '-I again say that thc The maintenance "I supremacy ..f tbe engaged tn boys work all   over    tho ,,mnv    lls<.r.,] ,,,„•, gorvjcable articles.
wood could hive been used fm-   char- Umpire depends m the flret  place up     ountrj  and la at present  Hoys Workers. Qalasple, Mrs. Perry and     Miss
Brock   acted  here  ns  salesladies.     The
culinary  tahle,  pr<3sided  over  by  MrH.
Alex,
town
ity or taken to tbe police station."      on our Fleet,  and all good Canadians   Secretary for Western Canada.
Aid. Needham:  ' Vou can't call    the   must be ready to take a share of thej    T. 11. I lutchinsoii is a Western man,
-men thieves.      As I said     before, the  burden. formerly secretary     at   Vancouver Y.
plank was not  worth picking up."       I    I might point  out  that the     Condi-  M.C.A.,  and     now     National      High
Aid.  Smyth..      "Mr.  Lundell knows tions of service with the fleet do not  School' Club Secretary.    Hc will havo
that I did not  blame him." entail    hardships  anything  approach- a  message for the boys of Revelstoke
Aid. Bobbins: ' lt is a mistake that mg what our troops are daily endur-  on Monday evening,
the matter ever came up. We all know, ing with ourace at the tront.   They     At the close of tho banquet,    which
that     little repairing had been done, have warm comfortable quarters  and commences at 6.80, the balcony of the
amount.     Mr. Briggs' ruling was ac-        Messrs.  w.  \.   \,,-ti     and
cepted by the council. McRae spent two in
A  petition was read from a number last week. i
of the employees ol the light depart-      \ hockey ebb was   oi ;anized    thia
ment    asking   for light at a cheaper wei t is expect   I that tl x-
rate on account ,,[ the    high cost ol hibition twildii converted In-
living.     The   matter was referred to to a rli                 winter   months and
the Fire,  Watei  .,             • committee a team wil            ■      ractice as soon
with     instructions ... Investigate the as Ice
matter and bring In a report.                  The residents i
McKinnon and Mrs. Bobbins was one
of the most successful. A tiny white
porker biting a red apple invited
guesses at live cents a hazard as to
the number of nuts which Father McKenzie had sealed securely into a
-rlnss jnr.   Miss Lyda    Morgan     sold
A.  I'M  Kincaid, Acting  l
istrate, wrote tbe city    asking
his salary had  not  heen  paid.
This question was up on. -
are anxi-
Mag- e.-.i.-ly a-.-.  ■ i( ,||(, uew
why electric  I wbich    has been
"Tanged foi a : Bdly ne, ded.
'-' ihe 7th An.
i   ng  the  "hes«
The old planks were in such bad regular meals, with ample food. The gymnasium will be open to tho ladies candies; Miss Ballicano and Miss Lon-
shape that they were thrown out. It pay is the same as in the Militia, °f Revelstoke, so that all may have E0 managed the fishpond and the lit-
would     put.  the city to more expense namely    1.10 per day.    for     ordinary  Ih" privilege of enjoying the evening's tie folks.  Hvery ono received a prize
than the wood    was worth to gather Seamen.
them  up.  Tiie explanation of the men      Additional   advertising  matter
and song
entertainment, of message, story and weil worth fishing for.    A centrepiece
donated by Miss D. Myre,   a cushion
a meeting but   so few aldermen were nual   Hospital
present that    it     was laid over to a yet."
fuller meeting. Mrs.  J,  if,  Hamilton of Revelstoke
Aid. Smythe   "Why is it not paid?" is '          est of Dr. and Mrs. l-M H. 3.
City Clerk W. A.    Cordon     advised McLean for a few days.
the council that some time ago    Mr. Mrs. L. .1.   Edwards    accompanied
Kincaid     had     received a cheque for ber fun  Mervln  as  ?;,:     as     Calgary
?2fi<l.i>:i from the cly for salary,  as be oined  his     regiment,
understood it, for the first sizmontns ibe 187th,
of the year, but that at
later meet-  " ~-	
is satisfactory.   I will move that tho posters are being forwarded you. and     AU  boys, non-members of the Asso- ^tven  by    Miss Blanche McCarty and  lng Bomfl     "f    tne aldermen thought 1 art     of     the yeai  an.l therefore big
men be exonerated of any blame."     (might I ask vou to kindly have these elation,     who     nre ten yenrs old or another by Miss Pappus, were all raf-  Umt '"' HnouM only receive his     sal-  Balary  Is paid to     , ei   15,     \Vo
Aid. Smythe: "Vou would have been  posted in suitable    and     conspicuous over, are Invited to the banquet. Tic-ded. The     winners names will bc an- ary frotTI  thB timc hc was appointed,  canned     pay    th j and be within the
wiser not to bavi  seconded  Mr. Rob- places in your city. kets for same    must bo bought from nounced later. iH" ,l'' a&a not issued further cheques,  act, 1  tl I     •   .   -i, that    be    should
Hourrie,   It would    it. is left optional with y..u   either| tho secretary not later than Saturday    a whist drive in the evening added    "iB w"rs,liii: "T'i'' difficulty in thi - entitled to.
bins'  motion,   Aid,
have looked    more decent, tei  have let  to Work  Individually  ..I-  with  the  as- nieht.
ftome ono else do it." I sistnnce of ,., snail  committee,  which
AMI. Ronnie: "I did not second it. you may appoint. Tn the latter rase,
"Will you rnll that man to order, one of the number should act as Hi D-
your worship." |orarj  Secretary,     if n
Aid.- Smythe: "Did be    not
•flic motion, your Worship?"
His Worship: "lie .ltd    not
Smythe."
Aid. Smythe: * Then   I    apologise,
Jdlfl. Bourne.''
Aid, Bourne: "You should npologlso
His  Worship:
and   also    completed matt<* SMros to rest on the question     Aid. Smythe   "He certainly   should
an.l   profitable days.   ;s f" whother tho   ''olire Magistrate be paid what is coming to   bim    loi
Schoolmasters, also    with    Women's! Several tables played Five   Hundred. sl,"n1'1 '"' Paid from    the first ol the the cases     be    sat on belore his ap-
Guilds     and  other Societies, who are Refreshments     were served by the la-  ypar or from thp tin,n     h0     took llis  Pointment."
Committee ls doing such good work in almost    ev    dies.     The committee wish to extend  '"',th "f offlce'  He hnS br,,n doln8 tho     It was finally     decided     that     tba
to thp revenue
two     pleasant
second formed,     kindly advise our Secretary  ery Citv. Itheir cordial  thanks to tho Orchestra  w"rk sincn thc firBt of tho ycar'     Hc  Pol,cc Magistrate l.e paid the regular
je.f the names of the     members     with     Should n  candidate present   himself,' for so kindly furnishing several Inviv ,ook ,lis oatn of office on June 13. It fee according to     the     Act   for each
Aid.  the names e.f the Chairman and  Hon. pli isc t-M trapta  llis    name     to     the ly selections on WM'dnesday afternoon,  iH "|} to tne council to decide." case tried by him before bis appoint-
Secretary   I  mirht   suggest  the dSslr-1 Secretary   mei  ;, I   for authority     for   ind to Miss Mnry Boll, Miss Robblns     A1'''  1!oh'llnfl:  "The city could have ment."
and Miss Florenre McCarty for pia-io (lonp ttlP wnr,<'     A ,T,r' couK1     h»ve     Tne city c,{,rk then read letters    he
solos given at intervals    during    the (lone if for loss ,lllim,y-  Tl1" city bad    —— ______
bazaar. ino rlgbt to pay him    for    the   first' (Continued on Fagc Three)
ability     ot    your  putting yourself in M
touch with those who are well lmnwn
in tho community, such as Clergymen
.nation,    when  such  authority
(Continued oil Page THrce;? PACK TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, DBOBMBBR 2, 1M6.
Zbc flDaiUlbevalb
Published  every  Saturday at
REVKT.9TOKR.  B,  r
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Company, Limited
F.  K.  GIGOT,  Manager and    Editor,
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be cordially welcomed al either service.  Straajors especially  invited.
i
S \'e ;M:li\\    DECEMBER 2.  1916.
GET TOGETHER
Id th    pa     ' "■    some     reason   or
other   ' In      almost an  Impossi
bility     to     i a   representative
ers of   1 he     I oard
..I   MM ,i .■   ,e-   ' llj    u-r.s.
MM e i ■ ■ i ing     will be
id will 1 ake i ho
ethi r   dinner,     Tho
,   ,   ii.      i rani act c I,
,   th     . ■ .     , ii-l short
The if tho supp is or
e
in   Ri
ti< n
Regular feting
And Stspper
The Bi ir i .ef Trade supper will bo
beld at     Levesque's     Restaurant   on
'i bursday ev min - m xt, December 7th,
r immencing at 6. : . ion will
last two hours, so Lhat all members
an 1 ; hen- ii-ii nds will be free for the
ba ance of tb - even;!' -. Doctor Suth-
i i-iaii I, M.P p,, has kindly consented
in addn - I lie n eml 11 ■- on ' The Rents of tbe Dlst rlct," and
short  addn sses will 1 e     delivered by
I        ..;  . tb    v ..   r,     Mr.  Mc-
i-,.i\. ■:'  mini    i   - idian    Pad
in-  l illwaj   i' impan..     n id     others.
 n will be
i he ad of urging t be Provin
cial Go     ' ' plete, al  the
carliesl i ut,     t he    i ee.nl
i   .    the   il   n . tan,
Tick' n cents, - y be had at
' Mn   i ■■ ■     SI It       hoped
.,. :       , ,        -,      i en cl an.
Interesting paper on tbo life nnd Piano solo, "Serenade," Miss Sheila
works of the musician, by Miss Bor- Dickey Trio, "Queen of the Night,"1
den, followed by a number ot his .Miss Borden, Mrs. F. Bews, and Mre.
compositions: \.  Mclntyre.
Piano solo, ''The Soldier's Chorus" After the musical program an hour
iron Faust, Mrs. Fleetham; Solo, of social entertainment was thor-
"Vi.'.areth," Mr. Frank Paulding; oughly enjoyed by all present. The.
Piano and Horn duet, "The Hour is usual dainty refreshments were served
Late," It oi ii Faust, Miss Bhella and concluding an evening of rare enjoy-
Earl im.-key- Solo, "There is a Green ment. The league is to be congratu-
llill      Far     Away,"     Mrs.  W.   Bews;   lated on the success of the affair.
■ on   and     a     on
.i'  vi rj   impoi t
     early    :  iiu
I O'. .1C 111S 1       ct        i
'  . iid can oi      be hi  i 11 tl
: ' e ve      efloi :.
to do thi       .   .   .is:   find
....    ,   exprc    ioi   .'"-I
There     is   no hing that will
.
vmt    i. effort n    coi      ual
ol   ild d    mtei
ti ti    thc re
A SORDID JOKE
.i  de ■ r ■ in.- : unds    is
that for t ■ :.-,'.•        ihildren
-.  e   • a rals-
; I he of Mrs.
I       e A.  Lawson      -      eh.-     childn a
,' asti   |    '   :
• -.  foi   '-' hie!
■    nl   Few ot
int. ol
iched     I        I        ce     ' ' ■ !
• -    i I
nd i      ii the
t     •   .1. ■  - P08t     Of
■       :
arc
Central ;
ta, Boll
PI     ■ .        ng li     .-.. t of I hi   1 lonor
Roll   Of   I - ■     Me'-   Me,vein 11 l\
Div.  M      \    in ne   Mors; in,     Agnes
: i ii,  i nl li,  McKini   ti,    B)   .lean
Eva        e   : ,      Bi   tha     Nelson,
orali    . .
in .      . ■.      r. Tbii I      ...: is  i rump,
luri      i' •     . Elmer
Stow;.  Jr.     Thin i   John    n,
I Burridge,
...     . ' .. .    -M-. Third:
• u i-.'u.     ',. ,,'Mi    1 'radollnl,
,:.:.:   i   -.-.... e.,n
Brill,  Stui       i     .  Iiton.
i     .'..:-. I   Readi r:     Dor-
»■ My Moffat t, Heal    I        .        ck, Ed-
■:■ ii Jefltrej   Stone,   MiKi
mldii d  War-
llan,  Donald    i
Norn an    Mickle mi.      Fir t       Healer:
Klsie
Iri'il,    Francis We . an on,
un, I . llow-
■
U/p  have recently  purchased  an
"■-  Embossing System.
v^'
have the exclusive rights  for
the district
\o
Can Make Any  Design  You
Wish
11)2 Wm B.C.
Cabinet
nei o!
cabinet
!
want your orders for Engrav
ing. Coast Prices Charged
<3"
SEE OUR SPECIMENS
MAIL-HERALD-
JOB DEPT.
University   of   British   Columbia
Short Courses in Mining
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In     Mil
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■'.    '   ;...-,. ■      ap-
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Ity in Vancouver
>ry  22nd.,   1917
Special Values Sn
JCadies Winter Coats
■ ' Fjf
, 7'''': .
m0 i
•       —---"V. fiO_: I hTTX
We are clearing all our winter coats at Special Reduced
Trices, so before purchasing
please inspect our coats.
//ew Ljeorette Crepe Waists
Ladies' waists in all colors
latest styles just arrived.
Prices from $5.00 to 7.00
Aa £)ii>a & $.&A. Corsets
The best corset made in
Canada, every pair guaranteed
to give satisfaction.
Prices from $1.00 to 5.00
GARMtNTi
Ff ed Younp & Co,
Pact iiy I'll mo IM
P.O.Box 111
ilosidence I'lnm.' 'SM
Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
O. W. Abrahamson,  Proprietor
Wu can lill any orders of windows or doors or anything
ia   H-e   f    -I  M-"   line'
We   al   .   rm''.-   , ■     k of buildine materals
,UMBF.R,SHIN< .LES.LA JlHS& MOULDINGS,
CEMEN I", WOODFIBRE, LIME& BRICK
i:s'FI M AI'IMS   GIVEN    FREE '
What's in a Name ?
Well, it just depends. When you hear of Hobso Bread
you naturally fed hurgry. The crisp brown eite.._tr and
the appetising white Indldf are both sigas of ths good
flour we use and the care ve take to bake it Just right.
Try lt lor yourself—we do not fear the result.
Phone 11
HOBSON'S
Box 734
F.
ELLS
Men's Outfitter
Pur Buyer	
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Complete   Lire   of   MEN'S   WEAR
■
Vancouver
Union IIotki.
A. r. LBVBSQDB, Proprietor
FIRST STREET,   REVF.I..STOKE, H.C.
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh from own Ranch
-
CITY TRANSFER CO.
i cho
:
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''• el t of tho e.
■ ■  ■.        iddn i      ■'..-.,
choir,
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ROYAL
YEAST
MAKES PERFECT BREAD
Enjoyabie Evening at    f
Methodist Church \
i
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i '1, irch     pai ors
i       I.    B
'   thc literal    ■.. id     .   al    deparl
mi nit nl tbi    - - •..     I M.   Mi -a   pai I   of
I -,      .-> ning was devoted   I o i lo mo I
the     program  Including mi unusually
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AR SH.JRFRT Inr •"' i Ati"T;NAVE.
.o.o.iui_tr..ui, inc. L,..  ,,„ ,,,.,,U3A.
ORIENTAL ch""**
HOTEL
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor
choicest the market affords.
Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars, Rates $1 a day.
Monthly rates.
IMPURE  DRINKING WATER IS
THE FRIEND OF DISEASE
OUI CARBONATED BEVERAGES aie manufactured from ab-
lolutely pure eyrups and thrice filtered water. Tbeir use is ben-
eUctnl to HEALTH and a preventative ol DISEASE.
Try our Ginger Ale, Oream Soda, Ginger Beer, &c. The mountain water Is r_ot Simon   Pure in the good old summer time.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers Direct Importers BATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1916.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGB   THRU
Selkirk School
Attendance
Qgm&MJfaih?, ,■   : '■   '■■   .. ■■
W „,...,„., iv ,....,;        ""'>. ■
edltlunof HALLAM'S FUR STYLE B( '«*•&■;■<, "  6   m'i    k'\      Sf^V
... I'uiii-sii.u - t i - ■ ■     .... lv ,.-i...I   :■.,. I.        "'"■'Vf'Ti.    >•>]''      '■>      V>
ur  ' I I m I fur cunts mn nil bI   i •■■.vi ''•''.■   ,->        .      ,    i\    R-.
mil |..iii..u!.' ml HALLAM'S ZOOLOGICAL CONTF-M 'tTfWL V~9*     Wt
14Prize   $300.00 In CASH given  two. f4~__%t   **'   J*'i
Address as foi rums   ,,..„« „.,.  i.„     ''>/7*ft\\_-  Jttaf.
Address n.i foi
J63 Hallam Bldg.,
GUNS, traps, nnlm il h lit, neta
am
Linutml
Toi onl 3
1.1   V*..    tt;i|i1.   nnlllill   I..1H, MiMH ',- j
und supiill.      i , ....
1" "''I  '' I",: ■:•; ■!! ni. .u ; i .ii.ii.,,, n.-n, n    ■'. M
we mall free. '/})    '   '
RAW FURS—We ore thei i     t Cash Hue   .
..I knw Furs direct from the Trapper in I ida —     <33
Qui lluw Fur fluotatlon. «ent Free. <_
Attendance Jt
Centre! School
W.II Attended Maetlng
cc
il Inued fi   in Page Ono)
Dlv,  11!.   G .rdon Blackwi 11,    Ufred
1 lun ie; ;e,  Malcolm Ch' md,    Marl irle
'lei .n I, N'orr       run      Bu   ii e Humo
Ari bur   Johns >n,     i 'li irlic   .Men    •..
i ... ..
,-, . ,.n  Kinnee,
.    .   '■    :..     ■'. Ll ■      bldj .       i    .
;.en   M   ntyre   ;      -;   McM ihon, Ali ie
VIorris,     Will     Mo Lii do Prado-
'   '    m ■ Sniyt.i'i,
Eva T Wat ior.
Div.  IV.—Doris   Abrahamson,    Men-
■■ictii  Bows, 1 111, Louie Coufnn,
i»sl   Field,     inl la
iarm -. uet i.  Eddy '. r-
ii ■':,    ■ e ;    I lam.1'...n
i    : ild   Jamieson,
ell,    Malcolm
>   Fa ir, John Ol
son,   Una P. 1 obinson,
i len Rouss 1, B Aileen
rts, May 1
Dlv.  v.— fright,     Mary
Ja Falls,
Kllpatrlck,
"Me......
■ -   McKinnon,
■Berber! Morris,
•■I               -    - ■! Paulding,
i'. II Willmoti
3      I
id received from various B.C. r.umi-
i ie.a.ii lefl In . onnect ion « Ith bill post-
n.    and     they - d that they
bad  no bil   nostln    i y law.
\ i'ii Barber'     "This    matter    bas
caused con id n abb   11 ouble.     A
Sh. '      '1      I-'      appOiUl e el     t    I
.i-    the i   .   ei     Tl bi ss should
.... regulati as a
i he c tj.     A  local lull poi I r
i hire a ■'• •'■" m Mon
"a'l.,   o rlj :;i through the country
iii    bills,  rii'-y pay no llcensi."
The i ■ :
av  '.'       ttec.
Tl i  .' .  .rl ..: I...
uf the Flre, Water an 1 Light c.
ti    .vas   held over foi the bala
the report.
' I i were ap
ee Inl d i'. acl  « th    His Worship at
Court .■' Revision.
The citj clerk    was    in
:   of the removal
ol the - Ings "a McKenzie av-
.i lire.
The i ac . wati r an !
n up and discussed in
Thi  cil •
i li-   matter up   at once     and
.   ' i il..rr.     who are
This Is in
bj   thi
ouri        ist   ipring.
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Men Wanted for die Na>
The Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer
Reserve, wants men for immediate service Overseas, in
th i Imperial Royal Na
-
I'f      eg?~»-_^ '*-"-   ■
■ ■ from li> io 38
ol ■
p i V $1 day nn.l upwai '       F
* ' .'ti.OO n
Free Kit.
.
•
Rccruitit
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,BI   ! .  MED
187 5
MPERJAL BANK
OK CANADA
CAPITAL PAID UP Sr.OOO.OOO-RES-AVE FUND $7,000,000
PELEG :        LAND. PRI       ENT. E. HAY,
HEAD OFF1CB i TORONTO l>
Complete faeilitiei iur mnkiuej" collections throughout Canada and in
• "    ■ in
Every Branch icceives livings on deposit nt current rate ol interest.
'    . ' .        IKE BRANt i ,   .' . II  MM       ".Nl GI   VN. M i
ANNOUNCEMENT
MEETINGS AND ENTERTAINMENTS
Notices of patriotic, lodge, society, Club or church   mootin.-s,     concerts, socials   etc., inserted under special    heading    of ' Mi tings" on
classified pnc;es at twenty-five cents por Insertion, provided space
larger than ono inch. As reading matter under hea.iin.. of "Local.-'' on
news pages nt ten cents per line per Insertion,   In effect Scptembei .
Div.   [.—Erasst    Bradshaw,     Annie
lashal i,   Secoi 1 Curl is,    Frank Don-
■■    Donaldson, Williurd
,  , eman, Ei ther Galll;
Lillian  Hayward,  Hazel  Johnson,  Muriel  Laing,    Aileen  Lawrence,
Leigh,   e    mi rd    Manning,   Bv-
Mian. Mar an I  McMahon,
.,. ,  Murray   L b   Pati Ick,     Mary
Poi   .      Muriel     Southworth,    Lorne
Iho      on, Beatrice 1 laj.  A > rage at
:.  ■ •  ge   17,17.
,. [I,   Rebecca   Bell,     \ alen-
i ,n • i at man,  J   - ihael,    Hose
Corning, Eldon Cor-
, Feme Don
alii. ,niee,    i: ith Good
,, in,   IVi slej   Hi ml-: so i,  \ Ictor  Hooley,    Walter     Hughes   Donald  Kllpat-
.,   ' Laing, R      -    a I  Law-
,-    i... .1     '.\   1 elgh,   A.la
Bi     -    m      n "i. Charley
i.     . ■ i    irenci   McCarty,  Wen-
la! r,     Fred   Skene,     Douglas
■ il,  Pearl Tev-
• i .      '■ nd    ce, 3 l.i 1;  por-
-
Harry   Anderson,     Helen
e ; awfoi d,  Parmer Dean
foe, Rose  Frey,  Mary Gus
Hooley,    ( hai He l' nder
H James     Li slle,
Edith     Norberg,
,Mch .li Pettipiece,
. is,     Elaine
Robt- I ■■   .-        : el ii. irs,   Kii
Baldson.   Average at
10.46,
Che,      Annie
i ■ in, Clarence
Vlbert De-
i li Btaldini,
Bruce H •• . . ns,      Hi.yd
i .   berley,   Elspeth
i     , ,r ghton,     Ger-
.    • s orley,
Pisi atelli,
■ ■:•-.,  Pugsley,    DoUj
.■     Bi,   Walter   Whit-
.,-;     per-
. 1.
I        el'.,     M
i   e,     Ray-
e   ii ., peter
ter   .Ii.hu
■ ordon    Ken-
.;.-■. In .l.i
;■   re,     mi hie
. anl . I'is-
li, La irs  Rob
.
Gerrit
.59.
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■' Iwards,
I ■ .Jean
i
\
.,
ing, a
'.'.   It-
e
, I,
\ ■
'
Polly
.   ' _lma  De
Di
Martin
■
■ ' ni, Frank
Gwon
Eileen
■
Carlo
'
.   i  Fu-
i I lav,
Marj     Laul   i to,
n   y.    Irene
M     Be<ssle
■i .     Eugene
Sutherland,
Wer
mm m        - cent age.
ANOTHER WOMAN TELLS
How Vinol Made Her Strong
Hi-iillsvili,., Ohio.—"] wish nil nervous, weak, run-down women could
liavo Vinol. I was so run-down, weak
and nervous I could not Bleep, Every-
linn; I ato hurt mo, and tho medicine
I bad taken did me no good. I decided to try Vinol, ami before long I
could eat anj tliinp I wanted and could
sleep nil night, Now I am well and
' u ig, niul in better health than I
liuve been im- yearB, Mrs. Anna
Mii.i.ison,  Beallsville, Ohio,
We guarantee Vinol for all run-down,
i\' ak und debilitated conditions.
Walter  Bews,  Druggist,   Revelstoke
"•MM,    also    at the best druggists ir. accounting
ill  British Columbia towns,
i  you ii ay be able to     arrange a
■ i.'.'t ,ii -  if thought  eh :n able,  also In
I'views with  possible candidates Mei   '"''''' " yl'n''
' Ul eilell lilt .
\| pllcants mm t   be,     for     seamen,
[rom  1- in 30 yeai    ol ai i . and    for
'    its, 18 to 38 years of age,     The
'ninimun.   height  of thoso from is to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rightB applied for
are nil nated.
In surveyed territory the land must
bo described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and In unsurveyed territory the tract applied fo
shall bo staked out by the applicant
himself,
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $3 which will be
royalty Bhall be paid on tbe merchantable output nf the mine at tbe
rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
ftirniRli the Agent with Bworn returns
for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal min-d and pay the
royalty thereon, If the coal mining
rights nre not Mein;- operated, such '«
turns     should     be furnished al  least
Revelstoke Lodge
No, 1U85
LOYAL  ORDBR
OF MOOSE
Meets every second
niul in I-1 b Tuesday
in   Smythe's    Hull.
Visiting Brethren are cordially invited.       ALLAN K. I'YKK, Uic.
JH. I.. HAUG.Seo,
KOOTENAY   LODGE,   No.   1*.
A. F. and A. M.
Regular MeetLiga are held la
New Maaonie Hall o» the Fourth
Monday ln each month at t f .m.
Vinittng brethren ar* eordlally
welcoma.
CM R. SKENE, W.  M.
ROBT.   GORDON,   Pa^atary
i 1    years       musl     be
feel     3
im lies; from 19 to 2(1 years,
:, feel 3J
'..   ;     and    over 20 years
5 feet  •!
.n   ies,
Law
im. Iness Is Mad   at     Phoi cilx
So much bo thai  Barrister Broan has this
eni   ted in the    Army     Medical for.
!orps -et  Vernon. i "
For the first ten months this   year
customs   office    receipts     aro
For      the  same   period   last
the figures are $27,671.
Kaslo is assured ample jjjuantities
of one of the Ingredients of its winter vi ctable soup supply. The carrot crop there is the biggest and best
ever.
The lease will mi''..ide the coal mia- !
lng rights only, rescinded   by     Chap.
_7 of 4-5 Qeorge v. assecited to   12th
June, 1914.
I'M i-     full     Infoi ■' iti "  application '
should Me made to the secretary    .»(
the '1 'partmenl '-ft' i Ii terior,   <mn-
wa, or t.i any Agent or Sub ^gent o!
Dominion  Lands.
W.  W.   TORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized   publication     of
advertisement will nut be   pai<i,
SELKIRK  LODGH No. 11
I. o. o. r.
Mefts tvery Th-.irnd&y evening la
Selkirk Hall at S o'clock. Viiiting brethern cordially Invito.
DAVID RAB1 ITT, N.G.
JAMES MATHIE, Secretary.
-:M^v   Jfi-.  "VtA.
REVBL8TOKE NDR8ERIBS
CTT  FLOWERS   ft PLANTS
Phone 056
E. G. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Wi    ' -•   in
Metallic Ce'lnars.Corru-TfitodRoof-
Intr, Furnnco Vvck and up-
to-date Plumbing
Woi*
Work SM. '.    dun might Ave.
BEVELSTOKE       -      •     B.lM
(,().)!) I'ol.It
It's good policy to think i fthe future
It's st ill better policy :.. providi
I     i   sl irt mi     ii  in. iy i.i-. e ii
.- n    Di
r
SYNOPSIS OP COAL MINING   REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion | for you.   T •   surest way of protecting I
in     Manil Saskatchewan and Al    vourself and family is«
berta, the Yukon territory, thi   Slortl LIFE rNSUKANI E POLICY
and In a portion    of   , ;.-„ .,  ,,.11,1,.. ,.,,.,,,,,, v -M
the     province     of MtritiKb Columbia, I financial standing and  long bu
may  be leased for a term of twenty    career    ee,    the    Kootena.
one years   renewal for a further term   !"akc   ,.':     »»"»lutely    trustworthy
Youi    time  n«iv   be   near   al   hand.
ol 21  years nt     an     annual     rental  Don't delay.        ke oul icy i      .
of    $1 iiu acre.   Not more than   2,5
•! KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd1!:
GOLD RANGE  LODOH   No. M
KNIGHTS'   OF   PYTHIAS
Meets  every    VV- inftday  eivmlBg
at    %   o'clorl,     in   Selklrl   Hall.
Viuitine/     broth rie     ■•■ re!'»lly  ia-
Tlt«.     W. POTTRUFF,  C. O.
R. GORDON   K ot R. S.
' ;>'HfiM M-m     for  a lease must
made ' ; plicant in pi
be
to
A. E, Kincaid. Mar.
^S^TI Revelstoke Departmental Stores F     ^H
5.91
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ol Canada,  Limited
Offices, Smelling .1 n.i Refining 11
TR Ml..   BRI 1 ISH  COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
THAU, BRAND PIC1 LIS AD, BLUKSTONIS  AND SPELTER
I
Raya! Xaval Volunteers
11 tinned trom  Inge One)
to     the    nearest
'. The candidate must
Seen ti.r.v, Provincial Na •   1 -en mittee,  019
treel   ....  \ ane mver.     He
will bi               ;,  examined    in Vnn-
■ -i     Is     tbat rc-
:>' forward    to    tho
-   -.    iialely      and
training   to the United
l.i    ' Cts    to     make a
•   ■ principal points   in
:   In ibe  neiir    future,  and
ie of bis probable arrival
,, few days ahead, so
 R Y_GOO D S   D E P ARTA1ENT
MILLINERY ON SALE
ALL MILLINER".   - Hal   Shapes,
Trimmed Hats, Tr    n inj b, Chil
ii' n'i    1 mm . tind  \ 111 lvs go e.e
Sale.
1 :■       e , e, !H _ VELVET
SHAPES In -. lot of good colors and righl 1; yles, clearing at
a reduction of ONE THIRD OFF
THE PRICE.
SE .Sl i\ .-' in
largi        ;   r.
r yard   10c
CIAL LOT OF H \'i E   in  New
.r.d     r.elors, for Ladies',
■ fa -..   to $7.00, .-  at
  S3.50
HAT -      In B etc.,
and s.
Ml at one pric 50c
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
D   Y.M  CLOTHING.
We bave n iw  beep able to
1 lete e ...      1     1 ■ let iy     high
mi li   1 ...s' Clothing.    Some    ..I
1.nr linei   ar :cepl Ion il buj a and
.•ill are extremely well chosen,
1 oth with regard to style and
price.
LION BR .ND BOYS' SUITS,
sizes 23 to 27, In neat tweeds
and worsteds, at $5.00 to $7.50.
novs' MII.IT
exact     ' .      ■. .       Br 11
Warm" an I I
.     -   Io
tee     33.     I'leee       "■',    00    ' .,    ll.
BOYS' MILITARY LONG COATS
f'.r the lii' Khaki 11
iiu'.l with red. Pull 1. ngth.     I
S6.50 per coi :.
'     BOYS'  BUTTS,
-. >-iy
SANK l ITS
.  -.' | '-     nf
> 10.00 euit.
i   ,      I!..- MA< KINAW8
•. full  Norfolk Htyle with
collar, ome, dressy
-' zes 33 to 35.     Price
S 1 1.00 each.
GROCERY  AND   CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
FRESH
5 IN Tins
Jars 	
OKANAGAN
HONEY.
CLOVER
... $1.25
  30c
MAPLE FLAVORED   BYBUP.
Large Tins  $1.25
Medium Tins   75c
Hir.nll TiiiH     40c
PURE M WT.!') SYRUP—
Guaranteed Ture.
Imperial Gallon Tins  $2.25
Imperial \ ■ lalloci Tin-   Sl.25
Imperial  | Gall in Tins  75c
Quart Dottles   75c
Pint Bottles   _.  40c
-«-«.-«.-%--»-%-V ^ *t ^ ^
MOLASSES CN ALL SIZE TINS.
CORN SYRUP—
.For making randy)
5 11; Tins   50c
2 lb Tins   25c
CALIFORNIA  IfoKBY.
•Tars   30c
2;  Ib Tins   65c
DR
T.   HEARD
JENTIST
OVER
BANK rAGE FOUR
THE   MAIL-HERALU,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER 2, -.'JIG*
BANKHEAD BRIQUETTES BURN
BEST.
Christmas suggestions — seo    Law-
•reBnce Hardware Co.
Mrs. W. M. Lawrence will not ro-
neive on Wednesday, December 6.
A visitor to town on Monday front
Revelstoke was T. H. Cruu.p.—Golden,
Star.
Electric Light fixtures, euitablo
Christmas presents. Lawrence Hardware Co.
Children's sleighs of all kinds from
».• cents up ut tbe Sturdy Hardwuro
Company.
We lie agents tor tbu famous Wear-
Ever aluminum ware.     Sturdy llurd-
Wilfe.e      C,.,,    p    lUV
U. W. Service's latest booif,
''Rhymes ol a Re,l t'rons Man," for
sale at Macdonald's Drug Store.
Don'l t. i:-e: St. John's Church
bazaar in Howson Block, December 5.
Afternoon and evening. Novelty and
culinary tables.
Erector, Meccano, and Modelets tor
■boys—at Hews1 Drug Store.
Tin- Ladles' Auxiliary to the li. of
I_. E. wish to thank all those who so
Birth of
Kmpress.
Nation, Wednesday next,
Gait Coal for Bale. Sibbald & Son.]
Table raisins just arrived.     G.    W.
Bell, Ltd.
Service's "Rhymes of a Red    Cross
Man," $1.00 at Bews'  Drug Store.
Hobart Hosworth iu The Iron Hand
tonight, Empress. |
Electric Table
Hardware Co.
Lamps.     Lawrence
A. McRae returned from
in Thursday.
H. Law of Vancouver made a busi-
the coast'ness trip to Revelstoke on Thursday.
There's comfort  in  co-wing
Coursier's Coal.
with
Libby's      Cut
Hardware Co.
Mrs. W. Tomlinson hud us ber guest
Glass. — Lawrence i over the week-end Miss Irene .Procunier.
i    Our stock of cut! links is complete.
. .J.  Guy Barber.
The roller rink is open tonight ani
every Monday,  Wednesday and Friday
J. M. Everett of Armstrong was iu
the city on Thursday.
Cut Glass and Silverware. New.
stock at I'M Gi.  Bews,  jeweler.
I
Just arrived—a full line of crockery
Come and inspect Bancs, Sturdy
Hardware Company.
Mrs. .1. II. Hamilton is the guest
of  Dr. ar.nl  Mrs. E. H. S. McLean of
Nakusp.
Prepare for the call of the canvassers for the $12,0i>() Canadian Patri-'
Otic Kmul campaign for l'J17.
Tbe Fanr.ers' Institute conference
will be held in the Howson block on
December '.!•.
The.1 ladies' aid of St. John's churcb
are holding their annual     bazaar    in
Don't miss the bazaar at the Scandinavian hall ot Thursday,  December
L9,
i
Children's sleighs of all kinds from]
3-3 cents  up at  the Sturdy   llardwaro
Company.
Dr. W. H. Sutherland made a trip
to Arrowhead on Thursday.
Take a lo°k at the label ou your
paper; you may he one of the "called."
A. 0. Carr of Mulakwa were prominent guests. After the wedding lunch
the party drove to Craigellachie to
entrain for Sicair.ous and the Okanagan on their wedding tour. They aro
both very popular young people and
they will be welcomed to their home
at Malakwa Farms with best wishes
for tbeir happiness by a W'ide circle
of friends.
The Girl's Auxiliary to the Reel
Cross are holding u dance ou Christi
mas night. '
Will Form
Apron and culinary tables at St.
John's bazaar In Howson Block, December 5, afternoon and evening.
The Mail-Herald may be purchased
at. Bews' Drug Store, Macilnuald'B
Drug Store, or the Sugar Bowl.
We are agents for the famous Wear.
Ever aluminum ware. Sturdy llardwaro Company.
See the Iron Hand at the Empress
theatre tonight.
Girls Anxilliary
up
Vi.  Bell,  Ltd., bave just    opened1
new consignment ot fancy china.1'
Revelstoke
Wine & Spirit Co.,
Limited
Bracelet  wat.'lies
Guy Barber's.
of all  kinds at J
SniUy assisted in  making  their dance_ the Howson block on December 6.
How about a pa.tr of Skates for
your boy or girl at Christmas' Lawrence Hardware Co.
Remember December 18th, $200,000
production, Cabiria, 10 reels, EmpreBs
theatre.
0. Field, Jr., has joined the GSth
Canadian Field Artillery and will
leave for the coast iu a few days.
Tho regular weekly meeting of the
Ked Cross society wns held in the
Y.M.C.A. Tuesday, November
with the president, Mrs. Pratt, in the
chair.
It, has been decided to form _ Gul's
Auxiliary;   Mrs.  Hamilton,      Mrs.  H
Bews and Mrs. C. R. Macdonald are a
committee to make arrangements. W.
Do you know  where to go    on     the   A.  Smythe is allowing the society to
I afternoon of December  19? Go to the have the     nigbt of December lit) as a
bazaar at the Scandinavian hull.        | benefit.    Tbc raffle drawing will take
place at the same time. Mrs. Dent
and Mrs. Lawson Reade are- looking
after the program.
Mrs. D. McDonald    and     Mrs. Vars
joined ;is association  members.
"If you see an editor     who pleases     Several small donations   amounting
everybody, there will be a glass plate to 95 centB,    also    a cheque   for $10
over his face, and ho     will     nat     belfl'1""  tlie Mountain View  Camp, W.O.
The prices aro very reasonable.
St. John's bazaar, Howson block,
December .">. Fish pond and fancy
work table. Open afternoon and evening.
tho success  it was.
A new line   of     Xmas     Stationery
Mrs. R. Gordon will receive on Mon
It should be considered a duty and'opened at Bews' Drug Store.
day,
Mrs,
December 4, instead    of     toduy.
T. W. Gordon    will receive with
Candy  table, fish pond and culinary  her.
table     at St. John's bazaar in Howv-|    NotMn(, nicer
son block ou December
and evening.
atternoon
n privilege for those who can not go
to the front to see that the wives
am. families of our soldiers are not
neglected.
Dan Leary, formerly foreman at the
Palace Garage has decided to start
in business for liimself and will opeu
up a repair shop and garage in tho
building next to the telephone otliee
om Second street,
For tin..' jewellery at a moderate
price, see I'M G.  Bews' stock.
All articles to     be     contributed to
St. John's bazaar and not banded in France.     For sale
toy Monday night may bo taken to the  Drug Store.
Howson block aoy time after 10 a.m.
on Tuesday.    The bazaar will be held
afternoon and evening.
Just in—a shipment of FRESH Cal-M     _
iforma layer figs.  G. W. Bell, Ltd. At st-   peter'B     church    tomi-'rrow
I (Sunday) the preacher at the    morn-
frMirt?Mi-B-____e--B |ng Bervice (Matins and    Holy   Conn
for
piece of our cut glass.
Milady than a
J. Guy Barber
standing up."
Children's  Books for any  age. Hun-
dreds to choose from at Bews'   Drug'
Store.
T. Wadman, Dominion Lands Agent
RevelBtoke, made one of his periodi-|
cal visits to the local agency on Tues.
day.—Golden star.
Tickets for the    Father    und   Son'
Banquet cun be hud     from   the Y.M.
C.A.     secretary for 30 cents, and all
interested are asked to buy their tickets as early as possible.
"RHYMES     OF     A    RED CROSS'
distinctively Cana-j
Have you read the latest—"Rhyme
of a Red Cro6s Man," by R. W. Service, for sale at    Macdouahl's     Drug
Store.
W., were received, for which we are
very gratified.
The following work was handed in:
West Demurs, 5 pairs socks.
Mrs. Jollifle, Mrs. Tame, 2 pairs
each.
Mrs. Wood, Miss F. JollifTe, Miss
V. Jollifle, A Friend, Mrs. Van Home
Mrs. McGiven, Mrs. Flockhart, Mrs.
K.  Paulding, 1 pair socks each.
MAN"  is I book       ^^^^^^^^^^ 	
dian     and     just    the   thing to send |
to friends in England or the boys in.    Don't .orget tbe Bazaar on Tuesday
at      Macdonald's afternoon,  December 19, at thc Scandinavian hall, given by the     W.A. of
T.  Kilpatrick, Public     Works     Engineer, Victoria,     spent     Monday   iu
town     making     an Inspection of tin-
Kicking  Horse.     As a result     of his
A dance, under the auspices   of the: visit "n ellort is being made    to  di-
I.O.O.F., will be held in   the Selkirk vert tbe water back into     thc    main
from channel. To accomplish this, a dam
| will be thrown across the stream
above the old bridge.—Golden Star.
Hull on Tuesday  ovening next,
'J till 1-MJ0.
Just arrived—a full line of crockery
Come and inspect same. Sturdy
Hardware Company.
St. Peter's church.
By denying yourself a luxury now
and then you will be able to provide
for the. actual necessities of the wives
and children of our bravo soldiers.
A popularity contest starts next
week at the Empress theatre for the
most popular yourig lady and gentleman   in    Revelstoko.     Voting ballots
; will be given out. You will write the
name on same of the one you think
the most popular. Ballots will be de-
| posited in a scaled box and   counted
———
EMOPi-S1";    THh A I tfE'iiniiii"!!' will be the
MHHtbb      ' MtA ' "C| Kootenay; who     will also administer j-at F. G. Bews
Wrist Watches tor ladies aud gents,'«t Christmas tune.    Handsome prizeslstokP| n.<
PROGRAM
TODAY and Matinee—Red Feather
play: The iron Hand, with llobuxt
Bosworth, Jane Novak, and Frank
Newberg, 5 parts. Also Nestor Comedy: Eddie's Night Out.
Confirmation at j o'clock.
Fresh candied peel .>f all kinds
W. Bell, Ltd.
Lord Bishop at  which we guarantee, make useful gifts wil1 be awarded.
^^^^^^^1     Eacb one Is doing bis or    her     ut-
Thi.-  afternoon  (Saturday)     from 4 most, and many are giving more tl.an(
to 6 o'clock, a reception will be held l!,('v ril" afford.    The 5-cent   piece is
ry, to which     all    adult
rs    of tb.   Aul-::.' ,n church gre
ted, to meet the bishop.
COURT OF REVISION     OF     CIVIC
VOTERS' LIST FOR 1917.
The first sitting of a court for correct ing and revising the Municipal
Voters' List, will bo held in the
Council Chamber, City Hall, Rcvol-
on    Monduy,     December
n     the   regular
The Y.M.C.A. dl tea us met
 ■ for   inothei   round .ef  ga   es Tui
■MONDAY—Jesse  L.   Lasky     presents evening and had a lively time. In the
Fannie  Ward in the Gutter Magda- :- ■'    thi it the
by Willard Muck,     in 5 parts, fire Hall
In a Gutter Magdalene     Miss Ward The Becond '      x '     ,;,lli "'"
as Maida finds redemption    in   her t strangers
allegla ice to thi  Salvation Army,     n till up in the cit
TUBSDAY-The Hazards      if  Helene,   , Fri-
alSO full  general program. Bg for    the sol-
WEDNESDAY and    Mai nee at 3.30—
The   Birth   of  , Natioi -«a.
piece Orchestra,    vtn Wonder Jf the
..«.-■   -     i'hi   nosl  wonderl
llth, 191C, at 8 p.m.
W. A. CORDON,
City Clerk.
Dated this 24th day     of Novembor,
...ten as great a sacrifice as     the $10 191'6,
bill. Both   are insignificant compared
.vith the sacrifices made by those    in
the trenches. The man or the woman
who is not    helping     the     empire in  '
^^^^^^^^^^^^     helping
Y.M.C.A. gome way is not cvcti
Paulding, enemy,
WANT  ADVTS.
neutral—is an WANTED— For cash,
Apply Mail-Herald.
Kitchen Range.
TELEPHONE NO.   10.
CHRISTMAS
REQUISITIONS
REQUISITION  NO.   1—$4.75.
6 bottles Beer (Calgary)
1   bottle French Brandy  (Frupin)
1   bottle Scotch    Whisky     (Mackie'e
Special)
1   bottle Victoria Port Wine    (Opo»»
to)
3 bottles assorted    rop     (for     tbo
youngster)
12
REQUISITION NO. 2—$5.25
1   bottle     Hye     Whisky     (Seagram
Walker or G. & W.)
1  bottle Sherry Wine (5 Grape)
1   bottle Victoria Port   Wine  (OpOt
to)
1 bottle Butaillcy Claret
6 Pints Calgary Beer or Porter
6 bottles assorted    Pop     (for     the,
"Bairns")
16
Mi^aaa
REQUISITION NO. 3-$ 13.00
6 pints Bass Ale or Guinees Stout
1  bottle llatiiilley Claret
1 bottle Frapin   Brandy     (25     Ro»
serve, very old)
2 bottles  Scotch   Whisky      (Dewar'B
Blue Label)
6 bottles Calgary Beer
1  bottle Old Tom Gin
1   bottle    Rye     Whisky     (Canadian
Club)
1  bottle Cherry Whisky
6 bottles assorted Pop     (Try    it in
the Scotch)
25
REQUISITION NO. 4—$9.25
1  Imperial Quart Brandy  (Frapin)
1   Imperial Quart Port Wino  (.Spaa*
ish)
1  bottle   Fernet-Branca   or   Sherry
Wino
1 bottle Vermouth
1  bottle Rye Whisky     (Imperial   OB
G. A W. Ord.)
1  bottle Scotch   Whisky      tDawsoXi'6
Blue Bell)
12 bottles Calgary Beer
6 bottles Pop
24
evei        .-j u  t—iB city     Ten times
bigger than   the biggest circus   ' •
000 ;■• • •' horses. Cost >.' 10,
i" .   Price's—Matinee, cuildre:-   •■ ,   .
.1 > l .00.   Evenii
: ■ 0 and $l.o •.     Plan  it   ■
tore. A
THURSDAY—D nald  Brain     ii
. ■ -
peat I . ncert Co. ol    m
the    finest
rt
■
the Ring, wit ■
Cunard
1 Main. i
...
Dti a >ast of     1-     0 peopli
r. :
hoi.'. i: Adnits
80c.   10 n
COMING -oor.     Th»     Batl        ' tha it,
Somme, Fli st .. • ial war picl
BLE . BIRD i hoi     Plays    will
it tl tre neit faithful and
week. . :
——————————-———_——————.—————————
I 1   I
■
The  Peat  Coiirert  Co.  ot     wounded
soldiers.     all comedians, will be seen
at  the  Empress  theatre on  Thursday,    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
along with the pictures.  \ splen-, F0R BALn-Two Baby Sleighs
.Inl  program  guaranteed,  making two
in one.     Prices for this entertainment  will  be       Adults    .'.nc     ami
Children     36c.     This company comes
highly recommended and   should
[or a real good
cause.
FOR SALE—Treadle Sowing Machine,
a snap, $10.00. Apply 27 First St.
Apply to Mrs. ii. Ralph Lawrence.
TO LET—Furnished Rooms, vory
warm and comfortable, 10 First
Street East.
3 itherland     received a
'
________ 	
_daj Irom   Major llar-
isklng il it  would 1)0
. sible I., turn ovei  the hospital to
 late   100
\      eeting of the
.    h  Id  and   Mu-
ei   that   Revel
,.,•■  1.1 but that
I
further
i.     nnd
I'liinaii,
'
rhe i raving
■ bat he
."■bas-
•    . ii i led
lie   nil
.nm a
i    ' .-.1    hy
i.i ta
Iln-
irking   "I
'ig one sandwich."
WOULD winter yearling bull for services to few head of cattl.. Best of
care.  Vi.  Shaw,  Arrowhead.
l'i ill HI-'.NT — Scven-roon.ed Houso,
with full basement; modem plumbing; low rental to right party. Apply o. w. noil.
REQUISITION NO,
5-$8.00
1
Imperii
Ord
il  Quart
• )
Hye
(G,
& W.
1
bottle
Aquavit
or Liqueur
P unset.
1
bottle
Jamaica
Rum
1
bottle
Scotch  Whisky
(Dawson'e
Bill
e Belli
1
bottle
("berry Whisky
6
bottles
Beer
6
bottles
Pop
i
WlHH^e. -W**sN- ,V*VvVtft
YOU CAN GET TWELVE
CHRISTMAS   GIFTS
For the price of One when  you
send  Photographs.    Our range
is wide, and there is no advance
in Prices
BARTON   STUDIO
MRS. SUCK'S LETTER
To Mother! of Delicate Chil'lmn
•i
until
■
r
WO',1.1  ti/   v
niiimlw   Vinol,  our   now
nukfl     delicate     chililma
hi •
v,    ■
B.I •    ' t| I
ill  British Columbia towns.
Popular Couple Of
Malakwa Wedded
TRAPPERS!!
Send your-
RAW FURS
.to JOHN HALLAMi
anl r« alta hl(h**l 0«ah prlci"* *Vn aonJ
mru\ftj th* Mmt'lif lUn tut* mrr rn •< vr I
Chaff* BOeWmiBIHloni »n.l \> iy hi', i. '' |M,
Wit lift** |i*1'l   '"il mill '*i*   if dollftTi tn thun
n i» ol U*l>|>«f« in CftTitlt wliomtiet lli"ir
.■i.at..'.*i.f • 'nMh-r kn-.m- th*r icl •**<)-mro
i1*«i  •ti1 f^*i»* BION  miihi*t  for'tliMr (urn.
iwiiisuo W«imrniim rnrafrofn lr*PP<r"
fnr ■ met. Ui»n ttif »UlM Bfl  tlm » In ClMdli
rnrr,   ll»ii*fi> iTrtwmr Ould* "> .'*«*■»
L 11 L L     Hftllftt.ri ■ mi>   r'«im n n I fttJlngua
I nLL   R*l km •*-- M.r q n t*tl< ni
ll*ii-i.e  • i m >■ , u i *tff*.
H«nt fi-* 00  r. q IMI VI.'r-    a ft! I
JOHN HAI.I.AM Limited
151   Hallam Building.Toronto
17
Slight changes, in assortment ol
^ouiIh will  be allowed on early orders
Deliveries In the city will be made
the day following receipt of order.
Ordering curly prevents a delay ta
deliveries.
i mt of town orders solicited,
We guarantee our goods to give
HatiRfuotion.
Call on us ..r phone tor fuller par-
ticulars if necessary<
NOTICE.
The Indies' uuxiliary of St. John'e
church will hold a hazaar aud tea ia
Howson block on December 5.
NOTICE.
The W. A. ot     St. Peter'e    churcB
| | will hold a bazaar and tea, TueadaS
afternoon, Dec. 19th, and in the even*
" ""* ing a dance at the Scandinavian Hall
'  '■' .1 .i
! that
Nov-
rlel 1    Mr-
Mc-
.le.i,...   . . ;   ,,t   M il ,.. ,i .        Tbe
.M.Mi,.,njr wan conductod by Lb*   Hev.
l-M.   e  in ,,f Hevolntoki   In     the
■' i '.ret, nt
-,.1 Mr»
TRY OUR FRESH OYSTERS
DIRECT FROM THE EAST
TASTY AND FRESH
ASK FOR SHAMROCK  BRAND OF
PROVISIONS
P. Burns £& Co. Ltd

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