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Array REVELSTOKE)
Chiel lumbering, railway, mining, agricultural and navlga-
tloa eent i between Calgary
and the Taclflc oceaa.
The
il-Hepal
THE MAIL-HERALD
■       ly— Real
by   everyone—The     recognised
medium   for   the
city and district.
Vol. 23 -No.
Pre 'lulu UBrai*
REVELSTOKE,  B.C,   SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEE in, 1916
■ >0 Per Year
118 FROM
IER THE
To Date Four Conservatives and Twenty-four Liberals
Definately Elected—Conservatives Leading in Five
Constituencies and Liberals in Fourteen—Large
Majorities for Suffrage and Prohibition
The returns of the election nil
through the province up to _. o'clock
tlliS    'iftl'llleeeell     lOV
There are t.- nti ion Liberals and
(our Consen ttlvci definitely elected,
in tin' remaining constituencies the
returns are not   - I co iplete.
In [ourtei n i"M ■ | iberal nom
inee is leading and in uve the Conserva' Ive Is M ading.
The Conservatives definitely elected
are:
Cowichan   Capt. Hayward.
Nelson   Dr.  Hose'.
Simllkameen: L. W. Shatford.
South Okanagan: Mayor Jones.
The Conservatives leading are:
Fort   Qeorge    Her,.  VV.  R. Ross.
Kaslo.  J. Long.
Lillooet: A. McDonald.
Slocan   W. Hunter.
Trail. .1. A.  Schofield.
The Liberals definitely elected aro:
Cranbrook: Dr. Kin_:.
Columbia: K. Buckham.
Delta   ... M. Paterson.
Esquimalt:  A, W. McCurdy.
Revelstoke: Dr. Sutherland.
Qrand Porks   J. I-M W. Thompson.
The Islam'.:-'   V..  V.  Jackson.
North Vancouver: Mayor Har.es.
Beli,
Nanaimo:  W.   Sloan.
NM a   Westminster: I). Whiteside.
Newcastle: I'. Williams.
Richmond: (1. (!. McGeer.
Rossland: W. D. Wilson.
South Vancouver: J. W. Weart.
Saanlch: I'M A. Pauline.
Victoria:  H.  C.  Brewster,    G
• I.  Halt, II. C. Hall.
Vancouver: M. A. Macdonald, Ralph
Smith, J. W. deD. Farris, Dr. J. W.
Mcintosh, J.'S. Cowper, P. Donnelly.
Liberals leading:
Alberni: H.  C. Brewster.
Atlin- F. Moberly.
Cariboo:  J. Yorston.
Chilliwack'  E.  D.  Barrow.
Comox:  H.  Stewart,
Dewdney F. Oliver.
Fernie: A.  S. Fisher.
Greenwood: Dr. McLean.
North  Okanagan:   Dr.   McDonald.
Kamloops: F. W.  Anderson.
Omlneca: A. M. Manson.
Skeena:  J. Dattulo.
Yale: J. Walters.
The Prohibition    returns    show
majority so far of eight thousand.
The Suffrage majority probably is
but little less.
HE UBERT
Was First Projected Sixty Years ago — First Attempt
Failed-Sone Sensational Experiences — Dimensions of ths Bridge-Contract Finally  Let  in  1S11
Of ELECTION
The idea of a railway bridge across ter toward the south shore, men werc
the st, Lawrence nt Quebec origlna- falling oil the works like coal out of
ted as far back as 1&53 when a New a van, and I also saw a group of
Vork engineer nam ■! Sercell made n.en who were on the anchor span
surveys, plans and estimates at the an(j wl]() wcre i;mK.|u.,i 0fl ))y iiyiu<_'
request of th'. city council oi Quebec dvhlis^
leei a suspension at or near the pre-
Bi nt .-He-, .sthi,.ited to cost about
.- 1,1    1,000
"Some oi those we picked up while
score e.f small     vessels    and other
Courage and capital were lacking to  cratt rushing to  the scene    succeeded  ltv ,,,- 330,
carry  out tiie plan, and the    railway  ,,, rescu.n    the' men     we   saw strug-
system    of   Canada was built on the gling ln tUfl Wuter."
south instead of  the north     shore of '  yj    Johnson| president dl the St.
the St. Lawrence,   which was eventu- LawI,.m.e ;uu,   Doralnion Br.idge com.
ally bridged at   Montreal     instead of ^.^ accompanied ,)y & number    of
juebec.  The project  lay  dormant un- the ^ englneer8j inapectea   the anl.
ul  L832.     The     late M.  W.  Baby, of (hor ^ q. the hMg^
Quebec, obtained a charter at Ottawa     M;.   Johngon W(mlJ Qot mako
itii
Women Suffrage Carries by 2 tc 1—Prohibitum Carries
bj Large Majority—Dr. Suthcrlamis Majesty 230—
Returns Not Yet Ccmf.iete
The following   is     the     result     ol
rhuri day's eh ction in the R ive]
constitui in';.' as n arly  as can  I
from returns to the time of    o
11    .'.
11 a, Thos.    Taj lor     received     tly.
■ ,■<•■<   in.I   li".     Suth i'   ml ■ \%,     lu-.
Sutherland s   ■ a   rit y   in    the cit
: .1 and his .   o i the
districts is   t:, nt iking   i to
.
build the Quebec bridge     on     thc
  any
io build the Quebec linage     ou     -ue ^^.^ atatement     fm     thc posslble
new cantilever plan, just then coining ( ^  q. ^ aCcldent#
into vogue.      Associated  with him  In „w_ ar(j ftt _ tota) ,osg t() account
the     project     was   Alexander Luders f0J. ;t Ums {ar/, Ue sai(J_    Tbfl mingf
Light, a distinguished    engineer,  who apparatua  .g gt;ll in pla06|     and     1B
bad just    completed     the     cantilever practlcally llnin,'nml.     It ia hard  to
bridge tin the Firth of Forth at Bdin- ^ wbether thfl bridge Blipped uft- its
burgh.     After   much delay and  many en(- , (,arin,S| or whetner the   trusses
vicissitudes,  the company   was  finally Q. th , Bpan ^^ - ^ ]l(jt     mn].  r
organized by  S.    W.  Daunt,  with E. caj)   ..,in ,s mygeM further than mB„
Barthe   as secretary, a New York en- w   p   Updegrafli    who     repregcnted
gineer as chief, and B. A, Hoare    as (he ^.[t„m 3tlUman companyi Aidcn,
local engineer. N j    ;Uld who instaneil ti,e hydraulic
Prohibition carried ir the wl iil
t I'ii't by a     vote    ol 5     a :a n I
•vith     two places to hear from, Illecillewaet and Gold Stn ■ __
Woman's Suffrap f passed In the
i rlct  by n vote eef   r. i    against     335,
nearly 1 t.e l In Its favor, with    two
places to hear from,  i ll   ille vai I  and   ; Mil
Gold   Stream.
117
4     4
11
WARNING GIVEN
TO DISTURBERS
Minister of Justice Talks Plainly—Trouble Makers—Severe
Punishment Will be Imposed
The     first   attempt at erecting tho
jacks,  being engineer in charge of in-
bridge ended    disastrously in the col-' BtaUaticm 0„  t|lc brkl£,0|    ig satis,ied
, lapse of the structure, and thc feder- t)]at his part Q, thp work m no(. faU
al government     appointed a commit-     ,,The jacks arfl stm
see   to     examine the fallen structure ,.
--OIL-' 	
and make a report thereon. The gen- ,rl, ■ -   ■  	
., . ...    ., ■       ,   A 'Bere wns no weight on them     when
tlemen coir prising this     body    were:   ., b wuon
MONTREAL.—Plain     warning   was
given by Hon, C. J. 1 . minis-
their posi- tl''' °' jus'tice, at a recrull
and     are    practically intact. Hor 'he    Duchess ot Conn Iwn
1 ig  E     .
i Ian William
Taft
1 llachie
Malakv a
Eowie
Ireelej
Albert Can
Glacl r
Arrowhi .-.el j
Beaton
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116
112
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6
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Irish-Canadian  Rangers iu    Dominion
.—     span moved off, they being just Bquare, that if there    Bhould be a re- Three Valley
Henry     Holgate,    Montreal; Prof. U. gettiag ready to   take bok, aRain to petltion     0, ,,,,   .      ,     ,     Mll,,u ln.
It terruptlon    at recruiting meetings In °°lsiua
Simple Cure for
Whooping Cough!;
ii 'ontributed.)
At a tiuu   wh n    whooping-cough is
ko prevalent 11 iwlng ipiotatian
from the London "Herald ol Health"
may be found usetul. It will be noticed tli it H - ol extracts from
the British Med I "...l. As this
is ore- ot th Bl medical papers
the    si ma made might
well   1 i   ti
adds: Tuberculosis of the joints can
also be treated successfully by garlic
juice applied on a piece of white lint
ind covered with gutta percha tissue
o keep it moist. Blisters, it appears,
are apt to appear on the feet if applied ns suggested by Dr. Mark Hov-
ell, but ,v Dr. Minehin states that in
those cases in which vesication ithat
is blistering) is pi iduced, the pro-
gr.'ss towards recovery is always
more rapid than in those in which r.o
Irritation ol the skin appears. (Herald of Health,  august  1916.)
tn regard to the application to,
and blistering ot the leet, a form of
i' . ■ .1. new pos ilblj to m in.. it may
,'.  Kerry, of     McGill university, and _.ft tbp apnn tn t||(? fo,]rth r>)tch    	
a Dr. Galbralth, of Toronto university, is hard   t0 say juat what (..ulsed tbe HontMa,      8everc punlBhraent will be m    „„.. , ,
Their report was so instructive   that accie-nt      i may say, however, that impi     I 0i
,-.  copj   of it was asked for    by prac- IU|Ulin_ jn thi? way Q,    expeng_     h:i,i eP| ,.,.,;,,.,;,,    . ewaet
tlcally every prominent seat ot learn- been gpared by tbe company to..guard Qf a few da;        ^   ^ .ies
ing on the contm nt igainst    possible mishap,  yct the re-
Another commission    was appointed grettable affair ocourred
in whose hands was placed the mammoth undertaking.     It was composed
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where some French- ; i
Ten Mile
Mr. Pitzmaurice resigned and Chas.
McDonald,     formerly    of Gananoque, (earln   th   _
■ . but for many years one of the
leading engineers of the l'nited States vas undecided to go on the hoard
until such time as a contract had
been signed.
Tenders were received from one
company in Germany, one in England
two in the Unit '<'. States and from
the     St.    Lawrence Bridge company,
lanch
citizens broke up the recruit ng      >     Boyd's 1
The sensation of those on thc canti-  jng <nn\-
levers when the span tore away from     "I want to say to     my ieilow-citi-  ';"M  -<!
of H. E. Vautelet  ^airman, of Mon- ,|]0 ]inks WM _ ter,.iNe ^     (.ant._     ^     r ^^  ^  (. ^ ^ ^
trcal; Ralph    Modjeski,  Chicago   and ,rVprs sl]Qok ,.,.,, & whip_ crpnke(. and _,.,,,..   „    ,. 	
Maurice Fltzmaurice, engineer,  of tne Bwayed_  bu(. he](, ^^  ^.^ ^  maMi_  ^   ,;      .„.,.,,.,, ambonte
County Council of London, Kngland.     „,.,.,. constniction ,„ certalnly solid.      country ](,avm.tl [h.n  ,,   „ „, UgiM  R
.  few of the men working the jacks  sil-le for anyone to  imagine or     sug- 	
bole structure was doom . ■ t thai there was any place In this Pingston
ed, threw themselves into the river,     city or this Dominion In which a re- 	
Bob Krampff, foreman ofthe   work crultlng meet
en the links on the   Bteel beams, guf-      Met declaring that the i .,,'at
tered a minor accident   prevloua    to crultlng "is the hoi    I  and
the crash   and was replaced by Archie importai - I C ■
Cadorette.   Uadorette was one of the   ■:■.'   and thai it was       ■     ■ 't sa-
men who jumped into the river.     Hi■    ■   | to gel
ter Bald:
SOLDIER
wai  rescued.
M line other nun  who had been      on
the last being a union of two strong ,ju.   8pan| aml were saved were  Jack
"At the repeated re meat of     many  ""'   '"' """^ f" '"'in'  out that many
poisons may be drawn out     through
trlende   t a ting to    ment ioi   ■>
Blmple remi for     whooping cough
winch appe ira fo be     aot     generally
known to the ; roi       a,   it consists
of peel ng     t he clo ■      I    ai lie,  cul
ting them lnt■ thin   ilii • b,  a'-e1
■!i im ler the a iles ot the foot,
betwei n two p Irs ol locks, lor if
placi el next ti thi ikin the pressure
produced by wall lng is apt to cause
In t  • .
The garlic illy be smelt   on
tin   • i ■   ;   an hour   after
the -' ■' n to be
wot n. and t hi        I     ,-     aril    spasm
usuallj    I ■ "''in  forty eight
bom i   Thi '•  be worn for
n week "' a -ei, according
tilth- ty of the ''a-v.
i lai lie m - In tal tered hy
the   extremities, that ls the feot and
hands. For in=tance, if persons liable
to rheumatism and kindred com-
hl lints would -oak their hands and
fe"! in water as h. t aj can Me borne
eral minutes dally, they would
tind considerable alb .' i - their
suffering, 'inl a test of the water so
used would show it to
acid, showing that acid had
dr iv a from the body througb the
h  nda nnd feet.
Red Cross Society
Hold Meeting j
Canadian companies.
The contract finally w is let to tho
St. Lawrence Bridge con pany for the
superstructur) on April ■!, 1911. Contracl for the substructure was let to
M. P. Davis o:i January in, 1910. 0.
>M Monaerrat became chairman and
chief engineer of the bridge commission and Mr, McDonald was succeeded by C. 0. Schneldei 'ef New York,
The engineering s. if! b ads were
Phelps, John-- n and Cio e in -ran,
.   Moi treal.
Thi  bridge was built ; rlmarlly    to
rarry     the   national transcontinental
lailway between tho Atlantic and the cantiiever, also jumped
-    but   the    following     railways Faw tl;
will u. e it   The Canadian Pacific,
ll UK  POWER.
'It is the that
Be
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10    3
-.: ing
•1 of
Minn
Wilson
beau. ^^^^^_
Jackson      was
Wilson was    unconscious     for
lime and   sustained a broken    ankle,  the ir.an wl - ti
.in! was T'iMmi to hospital. with thet    will do it
Frank Williams, electrician, suffered and that he
IM  J. Jackson   and P. Bar-  no  man  mav  interfere  with,     impede
or    disturb soldiers In '
practically  unhurt,  ane I    I   I
soni"    tood     and let  It be that
'
!     Ml,..        	
Ja i Bowers, a young brldgeman,
■•■Mei was worl In - on the pins, had a
narrow escape. But he slue'.', to his
Ijost   and kept a comrade from Jump-
: to almi   ' certain death.
Vrchte Cadorette and Joseph   Beau
regnrde,     who     were working on the
thi y
 Were   lie'ieel
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     iih  My   II,   i!      Mrown, ;..-• ■ nt<>ii<l>-nt
the Quebei  Central   the Grand Trunk,  ,,  Wi ,,   ,r,,   ,   T   ,,ivif,
• r olon il,    tlie     - ■    bi      and     n,,. •   , ,in,
ike    t    I    ■■ " North- ,i.,,,i. la ns folli
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i h it  '
Bitch       ■    Till    "
,1      •     . .    •
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tho
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ta in
■  that.
■ 1
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tings
— 7       .".;;iSI
and    probably
eat ni - a.   e    ■ e.'     bi ''.nl    sauce,
mad        i   ■■ the cloves when  Wednesday    in    thi
peeled, bollli    them in milk, and mix-  V.M.C.A,, under the
The business meeting of the 1 tl    Delawai     mil Hudson.
1 the Red Cross society   wa?    held    Thi   dln.en   on   ol  the bridge are
Library of the     Length from shoi    'ee shore,     3,299
presidency     I
lng them   with     bread     crumbs.     T.   Mis.  Kilpatrick.     The minutes uf the     Width between buttri ises    L, 90 feet.
Mark      Hovell   (British  Medical Jour-  previous meeting were read and adop-      Lenigth of central si an,  640 feet,
mil. July 1st. L916.) 'ted. M>  of central  s'e.an     above    tho
II    A,  !..■'     er,  M.IM.  in the British      The following work     was handed in  river,  150 feet.
MeedtCa!   fournal   ot -'nlv  18th,     page to date: Number of railway tracks     carried':
93, refers •,, the abovi   letter   saying     Mrs- Pagdin, 12 pairs socks. Two street car tracks, two roads,
thnt it was his cast.mi In years past Mrs. Sibbald, Mrs. J. L. Smith, 3 The bridge hns a channel span of
to employ garlic   iii whooping cough,  Pairs socks each. ■' feet longer than the Forth bridge,
and   ei o    uggeata that   garlic, stewed     Mrs. J. Palmer, Mrs. Crick, 2 pairs   .vhich until now had beeen the world's  |>n0wn.
down in olive 0ll, !><• rubbed Into tho socks each. rei   rd In this respect. The steel usod     x   i,.,,.,,,,,,
back and ihest In whooping cough ^ Ei'leml, Mrs. Widmaci, Mrs. Cook in this bridge weighed Isu,0(10,099
cares, for which it is "nlinoHt a spec- (Big Hindi. Mrs. W, Armstrong, Mrs. pounds and cost fl7,000,000, the main
idr," mm R, Brown   Mrs.   r, Boyle, Mrs. G. pier masonr;   costing n .r.-ta,eon.
John Bain, M.B., follows    this   by  McQlven,  I pair Bocks each. Anion- thosi     ho were in the    lm-
ni-. Ins that' lits pyjan is,     voluntary sewim: i ediate vicinity of the bridge     when
Garlic hns even ., wider    range   ol '"" name). 'he centre span collapsed were M, li.
iisofiilneBd than Dr. Hovel! hns    mg-     With the contribution of    12  pairs Montreal,   who was taking
gestod than In the iheiapy for treat- Bocks from Mrs. Pagdin this lady has moving pictures ol the work when
ment) of ehosl complaints. He Mas now accomplished the meritorious the accident happened He Bays:
in.en ming 11 ti"*,1 extract of garlic teal ot having knitted 200 pairs socks "We wer" in a tug, close to tho
ns nn Inhalation in lung disease, and This splendid showing Is tr.uch appro* centra! span, taking a motion plc-
iH absolutely certain thai its nctlon rlated and the local ited Cross Is turi ot the work, when 1 heard some-
la ns beneficial and much less lrrltat- highly gratified by her splendid work, thing like the snapping of a huge
mr  ihan n dilute     Solution of forma- HANNAH BLACKLOCK, cord.     T looked     above  nnd saw the
lino, which he had boen    using,     Ho Secretary   south end ol the span bend, then tot-
I.arll-
1 'ho M-s Sweeney, "I id rlclan
Ine.
Michael White, brldgeman, resldonce
unknown.
Michael  Re   m,     brldgeman,     0    ■
Rouge.
s. Demcrs, brldgeman, Slllery.
11. Bcrtrand, brldgeman,     residence
unknown.
''   1 andal, brldgeman,    near Point
Levis.
:!■:..:• :■:;; j;e
L
Material Now on i'and For V
Sept. 20 -Will Raise Fundi Ortober ly
r.ce
The re ;ular mi  tin tbe    Red
pi'.'si^im'.
C Bernier, brldgeman, residence un-l   Thl '  '
■
. bridgeman, (Mine Rouite   ,,lVfl m ,bs of *°o1 on the way her Flockhart. 2 pairs eocks
Cadorette, LovIh.
Ml       «      V     M
Mr«. Robertson and
Q
NOTICE
All advertisements mual be
handed •" in the Mail-Herald
office by Thursday nights fn
ensure Insertion in Saturday's
paper,
1,
shirts already recsl' ed      V    vol      f  .
than ed tor    thi
parti donation - R   ;
'■ M'      1: d Dag
Mrs. W. \. Pool |liirt>
W. km ming (1 11 tiled tt]
With thc aho ipend ■tho
tare    (oi Bupplli t mother    count
mch di natl ns ai I t not
Tli" committees   on
; Ouard dan 1 nd wounded
■   I    ind
the ■   bile    ill patl   -        this    dance MAUDE v   BROWN,
in aid uf tin.e such wortt A<etlng-Sec
1 PAGE TWO
THE  MAi
•/ ELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER 16,    191S.
Zbc fl>afMberaU>
Published every Saturday at
RBVEL8TOKK,  11. ('
rJ7VIail-Herald Publishing
Company, Limited
F.  E.  GIGOT,  Manager and    Editor,
ADVERTISING RATES
Local Reading Notices and Business
Locals  lu cents per     line each Insertion. Minimum local ad charge 'J5c.
Display advertisements 25 cents per
Inch each  Insertion,  single column.
Legal advertising ot any form, also
Governi ml nd Municipal Notices 12
cents per line first in-ert ion and 8
cents per Mae . . - ■ lent Insertions,
blMee.1. j , •     the inch.
1 fi r Liquor Licensees 85,
Appllc ■   one fi r   Transfer ot Liquor
LiC'-I;
 i Ice   $7.50.
Lnt i P rc!    •■ Notices, $7.00.
Wat-1   Vpplic ition  Notices,     up to
] ■,  over  100 «■'! ds   In
votes behind Mr. Donnelly of the Liberal ticket. So in Victoria the Minister of Finance seems to he beaten by
, > ni the civilian vote, with probably
L'OC'O or more soldier votes to be
counted. The soldier vote to be polled for New Westminster is several
times larger than the Liberal major
ity, and the same is true ot South
Vancouver, Richmond, North Vancou
ver anl a good many1 other places.
We do not know to what extent the
Liberal majorities polled on Thursday
arc due to the absence of the volunteers. This     will  not be known for a
More Nourishment
W   aoo     ^'ffcS'ff"     ^ ou m<ike f°nc' much more
LCiJJ     ^^.efSa.     nourishing if you add Bovril
—and a little Bovril goes a long way.   Its body-building
powers have been proved  to to 20  times  the  amount
taken.      It   increases food   value  and saves kitchen waste.
TOMORROW'S SERVICES
st.
CATHOLIC.
Francis church,   McKenzie Ave.
,
month yet, .mi pres nt the figures can end Fifth street, Pastor, Rev.   J. 0,
only  ue treated afl partial returns.      j MacKenzie.   Sunday    services:—  Low
Th- new    ministry  will  be given an  KaBB at s a'ra- and     High Mass   at
e.P luu iv .    carry ou!  Its     under- ,0;30 a-m- e™TV     ^"^-     Sunday
,, ,, school  for the children at 2:30 p.m.,
takings, but   M they do not do so the  ,,      ,, ... ... .  „ „,,
.Benediction and Rosary at 7:3(1 p.m.,
Ci 11   rvative party will have a chance   1 onfessions Saturday  I to 6 and 7:30
ni  carry  out   the  Bplendid  legislation to  8  p.m. and  Sunday morning 7:30
passed at  tl     last
i Muise.
M ■•!•■ . '
SATURDAY,   SEPTEMBER  16,    1916
tl,e to S. Weeks days:—Mass every morning at 7 o'clock, Oonfosslons hefore
iVass. First FridayB —Maps nt H a.
in..  Benediction und  Rosary  at    7:1111
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
Train No. 1 from Montreal to Vancouver arrives at 3.20 p.m., and
leaves at  '.!.40.
Train No. 2 from Vancouver to
Montreal arrives at .12.25 noon, and
leaves at  12.-fo  noon.
Train No. .! from Toronto to Vancouver arrives nt 4.55 a.m., and
leaves al  5.10 a.m.
THE     CANADIAN    BANK
OF   COMMERCE
Capital $15,000,000. Reserve $18,600,000.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Accounts may be opened  and operated by mail
MONEY   ORDERS
Issued by this bank form a most Convenient way of remitting small
sums of money by mail and may lie obtained  without delay
SAFETY   DEPOSIT BOXES
to rent information regarding which will be furnished on applioatton
REVELSTOKE BRANCH W.J.COULTHARD Manager
Train NM
•1- from Vancouver to To-
ONE ARM AND ONE
and
HON. THOMAS TAYLOR
■   before leaving t"1, city,    Hon.
Taj ", stat cl i- the Mail-Herald that he appreciated very much
all that  ■ ti done foi h in In the
nd thi :.'. servlci s eif his
many    frii nds    xl     had alv aj
1 ■ .   T   '- lor  said:   "I
o|    th,     0 e rnment
will ■   ■ then   tor we must
lemcmhi • ns-vl tory.
  'i Rev-
ng time    nd     1        '
cord i thi n    opi osltlon
. .   1 -I,..     op.
nvesl     .1.   and it  is up
whethei  1 was In tlie
1 am the
|ust   "Toi  " Taylor,
•  ••     I1  :, .:   MM- Thos. Taylor.
c  to «.    wockb days:—Mass every morn    ronto    arrives at  12.1!)' midnight, and
leaves at   12.25   midnight,
Train No. 13 .rotr. St. Poui to Sc-
attle arrives at 4.50 p.m., ar.icl leaves
at 5.05 p.m.
Train No. 11 from Seattle to St.
Paul arrives at 7.00 a.m., and leaves
at 7.15 a.m.
On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays the train fron. Revelstoko to
Arrowhead leaves Revelstoke at 7.20
a.m. Returning to Revelstoke the
train  arrives at 12.00 noon.
On Wednesday,    Friday and Sunday
the  train  from  Revelstoke to  Arrowhead     will    leave Revelstoke at 12.30
PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH      'uoon.     Returning to   Revelstoke    the
Morning service nt 11 a.m.,  evening  train arrives at 4.35 p.m-.
service at 7.30 p.m.,     Sunday School      On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur-
i-nd  bible class nt  2.30. days  only,  the  boat  goes  South  from
Hev. T. R. Peacock of   Chase     will  Arrowhead,     on     the   arrival of tho
preach nt both services. 1 train from   Revelstoke.
MRTHOinST CHURCH
(Corner of McKencio Avenue
Third Street).
Services  will bc conducted as usual
ut 11  a.m. and 7.30 p.m. tomorrow.
Morning topic:      "New    Superstruc-
Y011 will he given n     cordial     welcome. Come and get acquainted.
"The mar. with one arm and the
man with one I ■- have enter, ,1 iutu
partnership as Ice-cream vendors, but
hope to li-1 back later to learn more
'Mulish and  arithmetic,    so as to  he  lures on Old Foundations."
start  a snail store." Evening topic:   "True  Patriotism
Tl at   i    -,   casual     extract     from a
private report  of a convalescent hos-
• Ital   - ii    ef th-'   many     where    the
Hospitals     Commission  is
oth healing and educating   our    rc-
■    ol liens,
1 aid  there     are     stores
enough already. Certainly, what Can-
needs 11     t is not  an Increai 1   ol
ng but  an Increase ot agrl-
nd   oth t    productive Indus-
a* of   ur disabled boI-      Designed this year it will ornament and enhance the
ia: 1 iy tor themselves and good appearance of the tidiest kitchen in all Canada.
Ih    ■ 11 munity can acquire high skill
for  ill -or' . • ict  ring t rades,
' le 11 ;th
a I  gardi cilng,
and     .ether      fresh-air jf§ _f_ /0^FM
ei;- lei,     however,
DR.!.
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advice     of
ven to tin- men In all
th in      Come in and I'll show you why the Kootenay stays as
nada good as new long after other ranges have to be repaired
,.. or replaced. 809
'■ and
Sold by Bourne Bros., Ltd
ESTABLISHED
187 5
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rfPERJAL BANK
CF CANADA   •
CAPITAL PAID UP S7.0C0.OOO RESERVE FUND$7,000,000
I>__L-.G HO I T E. HAY. GENERAL MANAGER
HEAD OFFICE! TORONTO
A general hankin** business transacted.
Domestic and Foreign Exchange Bought and
Sold.   Collections made throughout Canada
and in Foreign Countries. 1
OKE BRANCH     Al'. V.      ".NEGHAN, Manager
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NO ALUM
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kPBINTrDCH  THt.
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W)M Till.   MNCI'I vis
baking
POWDKK
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learn
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In ddle,
Hi 1 v.,'i. it ,' bl
An' nhe h ■ '"
Ami for hr.nnic Annie l_at
I'd lay me Houn Bnd dai
—Victoria Co
POR TALL AND WINTER
JZadies Coats
1  a1 -
$15.00
Skirts
ind  black  serge
des  ai    popular
flannelettes
Plain • - te and trip I innelel tes exl ra
I ■ inches wide, Special price, L6c
per yard.
White ai tripi Flannelettes 36 inches wide
Prices, 20c and !5c pei . ard,
Fred Young & Co,
Paotory Phone 261 P.O. Box 134 ftesidence Phone 231
Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
O. W. Abrahamson,  Proprietor
Wo/iun lill uny orders of windows or doors or anything
in the faotory line
We  also carry  a complete Btock of building nmterals
LUMBER,SHINGLES,LATHS& MOULDINGS,
CEMENT, WOODFIBRE, LIME& BRICK
ESTIMATES  GIVEN   FREE
IVhafs in a Name ?
Well, lt Just depends. When you hear ot Holmo BrMd
you naturally feel hungry. The crisp brown cite..jr and
thc appetising white Inside are hoth signs of tha good
flour wc use and tho care we take to hake It just right.
Try lt for yourself—we do not fear the result.
Phone 41
-HCO-BSOlSrS
Box 734
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents and Storage
GENERAL   DRAYING
FURNITURE   AND    PIANO    MOVING   A   SPECIALITY
Phone 46-276 Night Phone 346
CURTIS   &   SWITZER
F. B. WELLS
Men's Outfitter
Fur Buyer	
Complete   Line   of   MENS  WEAR
Union Hotel
A. P. LKVKSQUK, Proprietor
FIRST BTREET,  REVELSTOKE, II. C.
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh from own Ranch
r\ D I P KI T A I       Suitably furnished with the
V-/ fl I t-1 4   I  r\ L.   choicest the market affords.
HOTEL
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor
Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. Rates $1 a day.
Monthly rates.
IMPURE DRINKING WATER IS
THE FRIEND OF DISEASE
Our CARBONATED BEVERAGES aio manufactured from absolutely pure Byrups and thrice Altered water. Their use ls beneficial to HEALTH and a preventative of DISEASE.
Try our (linger Ale, Oream Soda, Ginger Beer, Ac. The mountain water Is rot Simon   Pure ln the good old summer time.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers
Direct Importers SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER 16,   1916.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAOB    r&B-mm*
H
ow many hairs O
has a Bear ;
Cultivation
of Soil
TRAPPERS!
^
We doubt lf there Is any person in Canada who ia
not Interested in Furs, and wlio does noi admire
their beauty, -softness and warmth; but how many
have ver thought of the great number of hairy ro-
qutred to cover a skin to produce thia warmth and
softness?
The actual number of hairs on any Riven skin can
be actually determined by mathematics and anubund-
ance of patience.
We have cut a piece out of a black bear 6kin, one
Inch square In size—have sealed and dee-
posited it with the bank  and are   giving
OO
R B 2S ES
to the 6-1 person ! who arc nearest correct In  their estimate
the uctttal  number o( hairs on that one square inch of black bear
This contest '^ mtirely free to every one who compiles with the condition   . : i wc minht frankly Btate thai thc sole object  of this com   I
* , anv people in Canada as possible with the wonderful
huniaiiis they i an secure In stylish guaranteed Furs and Kur (farm ill .
U Italian      j I mof dcalinudirect "From Trapjier to Wearer"
'    t send tod / for a copy of thc 1916-17 Edition of
OR
The soil is the one  great     factoral
foundation     not     only of agriculture
but of the nation's    welfare, hence it
is practically impossible to spend an
excess and care on its cultivation and
preservation.     Therefore
ledge that results from experience   is ^
of the greatest value.     A deal of in- M
formation admired from such experi- |
ence is of the greatest value. A deal H
toJOHN HALLAM
RAW FURS
We an- ihi- Lames)   I
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fron; Ti  ppei   In I
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GUNS
r/raps .i    i
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un thc back cover of which are lull particulars of this Zoo-
lofiii .d i ontest.
rids 1916-17 edition is a handsomely printed 32 page book
■—fully Illustrates tli" latent styles and models of Fur Coats
■ ... i v. il bIiow you how you run save many dollars
i ". furs.    U will pay you to read it.   Don't fail to Bend for
il to  lay and  have a  free  chance of sharing this S-.OQ.UO.
He sure to address as follows:
JbWnall
Lam
Limited
563 HALLAM BLDG
TORONTO
It Is
This Twist
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Plus tin- Alaska patented int
shown in the border, p/us tin
tho sturdy helical springe at each end, that inak
looking construction, as
itrona parallel tension of
the
ALASKA
IMG
(GUARANTEED NOT To DAMAGE BEDDING I.N ANY WAY)
-ii much superior in buoyant comfort and durability to any woven
■wire spring—bar nom—though practically the Mme in price,   flits
steel-reinforced adjustable corner castings (patent applied for) ensure
Strength, rigidity, and accurate lit on any bed.   fl\mir dealer scl
llii? spring or will get it il you ask for it by name.
^Ms32^       TIIE ALASKA BEDDING CO., LIMITED
*   i?li)\77 Maker. ofOedtuad. and Bedding 58w
odaitiCV^   VANCOI'VEU Calgary Rcglaa WINNIPEG
"ALASKA "u .in uni. le meuttBigh Grade Every I'artulc"
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which lias tlie name "(ISTERMOOR" woven in the biinlin;;,
as in lln> border nl 'this. ailvcrtUeiiient, to protect you against
mistakes,
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Msti'til Bleep
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C \-k M,nr dealer fnr the "OSTERMOOR" or write us for the
name of your nearest agent
Tho Alaska Bedding Co. Limited
jp'^JJ^-^IjKi Makers of Bedsteads and Bedding   50W
"'•toiiiNil/ WINNIPEG: Regina :<klgaiy ..VANCOUVER
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HOWSON   <X:   CO.,    LTD.
AGENTS REVELSTOKE
No Matter What
You Want to Shoot
ol information acquired from such ex-
peritnee in BiilJctin. NM). 27, second
series, entitled "Soil Fertility, its
economic maintenance and increase,"
just issued by the Department of
Agriculture of which Hr. Frunk T.
Sbutt, the Dominion chemist, is author, and which can he had free by
application/ to the
Branch of the Department nt the cap-
it il, Dr. Sliutt pounds nn intensely
practical note of warning when he
argues that we have been terribly
wasteful ol plant food and tbat every
effort should be mad" to maintain
and Increase the fertility of our soils,
nnd, liy more rational methods, en-
deavor to put a stop to that waste.
While tbe warning is directed to the
Northwest, "where farming has been
lie-in d to n.ininc," Ontario and
Eastern Canada generally are sum-
meeiied to account. In brief, a change
is called for from extensive to intensive     farmin
uuil .....'I.c hii_lj.mt cash priu<>n. Wo Bond
money tho aunio da? thn turn art. rccolvod.
Ch»rKr.n_comiinaHi(inB-_--,iid pny all idle. rut>„.
We havo paid out inllllima ot dollat'H lo thou.
aniV knOW- PS Bai-ela of tnip|ii.|._ In c,klm,|„ whotiemi Llueir
*§ *urstou_t_«caiuotheey know th.'y notaayuaro
dual,androooive moro money for th.'ir film.
You will alio. We huy moro furs from trappero
for cash than any other Ave Dtra. in Canada.
HKI'r "''"'""SP'eOeemi-lisCaUle.Lu.i
1 IltlLl   lli.llaio „ Ka»- Kur Quotation.
Ilallnm'H Kuf Stylo Uookd- pem'rai)
Sent fre.o on r,eii„.it,   .   AeldroesH aH followu:
JOHN HALLAM Limited
i
151   Hallam Building,Toronto
company.
Box No.  18.—C.P.R.  station.
Box No.  2-1.—Coiner   Filth    street
Publications a„d    McKenzie       avenue,     Catholic
church.
Dux  No.    25.- CMu ner   Sixth   street
and Orton avenue,  W. A. Foote.
Box NM). 26.—Corner Fourth   street
and McArthur avenue.
Box No. -7.—Corner Fourth   street
and Townley avenue.
Box No. 28.—Corner  Second Street
and Robson avenue, Mrs. Baker.
Box No. 34.—Fire Hall No. 2.
Box No. 35.—Hospital.
Box No. 37.—Selkirk school.
FIRE BRIGADE NO. ONE.
Box No. 44.—Fire Hall No. Oue.
Box No   .  la.—Front   street    west,
the lesson that it is near C.P.R. bridge.
Revelstoke Lodge
No. 1086
LOYAL  ORDER
OP MOOSE
Meets every si oond
and Fourth Tuesday
in   Smythe's    Hull.
Visiting Brethren are cordially invited.      ALLAN K. FYFE, Die.
H. L. HAUG.Seo.
DR   T.  HEARD
jENTIST
KOOTENAY  LODGE,  No.  li.
A. V. eni A. U.
Regular Meetings are keld la
New M*»onic Hall om the Fo-_rt__
Monday in e_-ch month at t p.m.
Visiting brethren art cordially
welcome.
C. R. SKENE. W. M.
ROBT.   GORDON,   E?««rata_T
SELKIRK  LODOB No.  l»
i. 0. 0. r.
Meete erery Thursday evening la
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. VUlt-
lng brethem cordially Invited.
DAVID P.AI3B1TT, N.G.
JAMF.S MATHIE.  Secretary.
"..bt to convey beinc that there is
more profit In high tillage and conservation in cultivation than in methods ef mere routine. Having gone
minutely into the properties, necessary treatment and application of
farmyard manures, the doctor supplies a table giving the approximate
average composition of manure
(fresh; from various animals, describes the manurial value of clover,
the component elements and henefi-
cial influence exercised by fertilizers,
and refers to the places occupied by
wood ashes mid seaweed as potassic
fertilizer. He goes into the virtues of
gypsum ami nitrate ol soda as indirect potash fertilizer, concluding in am
instinctive review of the chief means
ay "hich tlle productiveness of the
soil may be increased and preserved,
by urging farmers to make greater
use of the various means aril agencies provided by the trovernments—
Federal and Provincial—"Hor the assistance of the man on the land by
information, advice and demonstrate n." "There is no country" he
avows, 'better provided thin Canada
in this respect." Regarding manure
two important 'F'tcts to be remembered arc tbat where it is not at once
utilized by heim: put into the soil, or
on to the soil, une third ol Its initial
value is lost, and that the loss is
least where the manure is kept com-
pact and protected from rain.
Box No. 4G.—Corner King and
Douglas streets. Palace Meat Market
Box No. 47.—Corner Second street
and Wales street back of the Court
bouse.
RE\ F.LSTOKK NURSERIES
CUT  FLOWERS   &  PLANTS
Phone 056
GOOD POLIO'S
It's good policy to think of the future
It's still belter) olicy tu provide against i
the misfortunes it maj  havi  in ston
[or you.   The surest way of protecting
yourself and family ii h
LIKE INSURANOE POLICY
with a reliable company. 'Ih' high
linancial standing and long business
career of tlu- Kootenay Agencies
makes it absolutely trustworthy.
Vour   time  mav   be  near  at   hand,
GOLD  RANOH LODGE,  No. X»
KNIGHTS   OF   PYTHIAS
Meets   every    Wednesday  evening
at    8   o'clock,    in  Setkirk  Hall.
Vlsltlnr     hrnHien     cordially   la-
vlta*.    W. POTTRDFF, C. C.
R. CORDON, K of R.  8.
B ,x No. 4S.-Comer of    Third   and 1 Dll»'1 ,U'1;l>''   Take m,L ,l >H'1"'-V D0W
Charles streets, Cowan block.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid. Manager.
E. G. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We s| ecialiee In
Metallic Ceiling's, Corrugated Roofing, Furnace Work and up-
to-date Plumbing
Work
W.n-; shop -Connaught Ave.
REVELSTOKE      -      -    B.C.
■ft When using v
WILSON'S   ?
FLYPADS
v    READ   DIRECTIONS
k   CAREFULLY AND
1 ">**-.FOLLOW THEM/
S)   exactly/
Far more effective than Sticky Ply
Catchers. Clean to handle. Bold by
Druggists and Grocers everywhere.
Tha Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ot'Canada,  Limited
Offices, Smelling and Refining IM partment
TRAIL,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold. Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
TRAIL BRAND PIG LEAD, BLUESTONE  AND SPELTER
TIRE ALARMS
Fire alarm signals are given thus :
Two strokes, interval Ave seconds,
! rir Btrokes. Box 24. N'o of box will
be shown on indicator at fire hall.
Practice signal.—Six (C) strokes of
bell slowly.
Testing Fi'.-nal.—Three <3l strokes
of bell slowly.
Fir.' Out signal.—Two (2) strokes
of bell  slowly.
Defect sirnnl.—One (1) stroke of
bell slowly.
F7RE BRIGADE NO.  TWO
Box No. 11—ConiT First street
McKenzie avenue, C. B. Hume & Co.
lleix No. 15—Corner First street
r.nd  Re'keliy avenue.
Be.?: No. in.—Corner Second street
and Government Road and Opera
11
im.x NMe. 17.—Corner Third street
and Campbell avenue, Globe Lumber
Dominion Ammunition meets every
requirement of the sportsman.    It
has speed, accuracy and reliability, the  three
factors necessary to perfect ammunition.
Dominion Ammunition
for smull gume or big, for target shooting or at the traps answers the sinimti-
nition question completely.   Whether it's the powerful 303, a 22, one of
the fast Shot Shells, or the other popular sizes, insist on the box with
the big "D".       It's lhe trade mark of Made-in-Canada ammunition
thut gives perfeet shooting results.
Send for free colored hanger
"A Chip of the old Block".
Dominion Cartridge Company, Limited,
Traniportation Building, Montreal.
iiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiii
e    Dealers    sell    Dominion
HUME & CO., LTD.
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
Wa aim to g.ve minimum
wear At minimum price
DRY  GOODS   DEPARTMENT
On Monday We Will Have a Big Showing of
Ladie's Winter Coats
SPECIAL
And
Evening Dresses
The Princess Manufacturing Company's.
We will take your Special Order to Special  Measurements
Clearing lot of Ladie's
lovely Voile and Silk
waists worth $3.50 to
$4.75 for $2.90
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
Summer Footwear at a Price
All our slock of Women's and Children's White Shoes and Sandals must po
NOW. To make this a certainty we are putting the prices so low that you cannot
afford to miss them.   See these prices.
WOMEN'S WHITE PUMPS   Both Welti and Turn*'   Standard makes.
Prioe 81,2S pair.   A few  palm WHITE   BUTTON   BOOTS   same   price.
CHILDREN'S WHITE BUTTON BOOTS AND SLIPPERS   Both Canvas
nnd Muck Skin, A real simp. Price 05c n pair
CHILDREN'S SANDALS   All Sizes 5 to I iliUVi.-iit marks. Price 00c apalr
GROCERY  AND   CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN  MAllW MAI.MALAD1-
Try a jar ol Express at 25c. or
a tin ot Kins Reach at 75e.
Head and Leaf t.ottuce, Cauliflower, Olery, Radishes, green
Onions and Parsley.
TRY OUR LAROB PRUNES,
WHITE FIGS AND APRICOTS—
THEY ARE DELICIOUS.
PANCAKE AND SYRUP SEASON |      Lyls's English Syrup, 2     pound
—■•— tins.
Holt Rising Du.kwheat Flour In Maple Flavored  Syrup ln quarts
packages. , and 1 gallon tins.
Roecrs Pure Sugar Syrup, I, i,
10 and 20 pound tins.
Pride     ol     Canada Pure Maple \      Premium  Hn.     Dominion   H m,
Syrup,     quarts     and half gaUon Premium Breakfast Bacon, Domla-
tins. |   ion  Breakfast  Bacon,  Pea     Meal
Crown Drand Corn Syrup, 1 and Back Bacon,      Back     Bacon   nnd
S pound tins. |   Cooked Ham. -
THE   MAIL-HERALL,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER IG,    .91G,
\v.  r Monday      II.  II.  McVity spent     Thursday    in
1!.   Ri ''''''    "' ''•
!  was In      I Me„. Thos. Taylor left for V i
11      nn rning,
■■. ncouvei      u.  J,  I      thard left  on a shooting
i .e.n. i: ip on Friday.
ter     WM A. Gordon returned from     Van-
B]     . b, c in er een Thin ee1 ,-,.
ib i Mi' guest     mm [,, Morrison of 3almon Ann was
lavs. i'<  mevei i lay,
Miss Sib-     J. C. Bi   : ol   ;.;... tered al
I r \ ancouver.  11    I lotel Ri •.  ' toke i it  M i
i . .   register-     H. H. C     leld I [iBtered
on Mow   it the Hoti    ;'        coki    -    '.■. aay,
< M  .1.  Bergo isi   e.f  Kamloops  was a
lei   v aa a Riest   visitor  I ke on  Thursday.
e 11     Wi dnes-
T.   \' del e,; \ ikusp     registi red   at
the Hotel I ike on Wednesday.
J. Patt n.onton     i
at the 1 rd hotel    o \
•  '  •   .1. Pit .simmons ol   ir i
■   the Hotel  Ri i-elst     i    i
j
tl        !g     '
on Frl-
glstei -.'ii
,n Wednes-
\"   vliiul regis-     ''■   ' '  "'  Vancouver regla-
Edward hotel     on  '"*■     "'   ^ ^ Edward hotel °»
Friday.
I
ni  of Dundas
■ Kir    ;   " ard   hi te]
.    of Victoria was
•
H. Kurl seker, Alta.,     regts-
tei ■: al 'Me   King Edward   hotel     on
Friday.
J. R. Terry     of     Victoria     wns a
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WAR LOAN |
DOMINION   OF   CANADA
■
Issue of $100,000,000 5% Bonds Maturing 1st October, 1<?31.        |
PAYABLE  AT  PAR  AT
OTTAWA, HALIFAX,  ST. JOHN, CHARLOTTETOWN. MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG,
REGINA. CALGARY, VICTORIA.
INTEREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY, 1st APRIL, 1st OCTOBER,
j PRINCIPAL AND   INTEREST PAYABLE IN GOLD.
ISSUE  PRICE  SB
A FULL HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1st APRIL, 1017.
THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOAN WILL BE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY.
„ KUest      at     the     I Intel   Revelstoke  on
'   ■    '         Edward hotel on Wefln
,.     Kamloops ';'  D'   Vv'"; of Mo8COW' Illfth°' ™f
, l  ,.„ 1-Mer. e|     ■  .' .       Hnt.'l    Revelstoke on
,,,.,   to     Revelstoke _
.        Lethbrldge . Mr' and NIr8'   V' ';-    D**    of     Red
Kit    Edward ho-
'"■ '   ' ri      ests at the King Edward
■ ursday.
.  .  .
, ,   ,               , n-a* '    "r!n w' Stacey -mei Miss G.  Blgey
,     ,     * Mich. t,    dat the Hotel Rev-
'   "      Hotel    Revel   elsl n Friday.
,  ..    ol Republic,   ,Ml *■ "   l!;ilt "fMooee
■ i Kir.. ~.d.  Jaw '" ' tne Kin-" Kdward
'       " KnL Bd   ■ n Wed,    -lay.
rd hoti l:.y.
Mr. b d  Mrs   ■ I   Mel 01 aid ol     Ed-
W. S. Rut
,,     ,-„. . Ed nt'  '      ' tistered   at the Kii
Ki' ard hotel on Friday
. ,    , Mr.                  V. J. Gaee of ( hicagp
:1 "?   •'.   ' ■      '                          teal  the King
Hotel '^y.
•  ndy     Mr ••■ T.  McC
tered
thi  ii erday.
iday.
•
returned   I
. among the
I met her al
lay.
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The Minister of Finance offers herewith, on behalf of
the Government, the above named Bonds for subscription
ix£    at DTj, payable us follows:—
10 per cent on application;
30     "        "   Huh October, 1916;
30     " "   15th November, HUG;
=k '17\    "        "   15th December, 1916.
The total allotment of bonds of this issue will be limited
ssi    to one hundred million dollars exclusive of   the   amount
(if any) paid for by the surrender of bonds as the equivalent of cash under the terms of the War Loan prospectus
==    of 22nd November, 1915.
The instalments may be paid in full on the 16th day
of October, 1916, or on any instalment due dato thereafter,
=3 under discounl at the rate of four per cen! per annum.
=■= All payments are to be made to a chartered bank for the
__• credit of the Minister of Finance. Failure to pay any
tfz instalmenl when due will render previous payments liable
=«    to forfeiture and the allotment to cancellation.
Subscriptions, accompanied by a deposit of ten per cent
Ea of the amount subscribed, must be forwarded through
s_2 the medium of a chartered bank. Any branch in Canada
EE of any chartered bank will receive subscript ions and issue
—j    provisional receipts.
This loan is authorized undei' Act of the Parliament ol
:== Canada, and both principal and interest will be a charge
=    upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Forms of application may be obtained from any branch
ES in Canada of any chartered bank and at the oilice of any
~    Assistant Receiver General in Canada.
Subscriptions must be for even hundreds of dollar-.
EE In case of partial allotments thc surplus deposit will bo
= applied towards payment of the amount due on the October
SE    instalment.
=__^        Scrip certificates, non-negotiable or payable to bearer in
SE accordance with the die,ice of thc applicant for registered
EE or bearer bonds, will be issued, after allotment. ;,i exchange
: " for the provisi rial receipts.
Win ■   . rip certificate? have boi in full and
_j=    payment   endorsed   thei i   by   the   bank   receiving   tho
— money, they may be exchanged for bonds, when prepared,
S    wi'ii coupons attached, payable to bearer or ed as
to principal, or for fully registered bonds, when prepared, •_ ■
without coupons, in accord; '' with i ho applictit ion.
Delivery of scrip certificates and of bonds will bu made :. '•
through the chartered I anks.
The issue will bo exempt   from   taxes—including  any \--
income tax—imposed in pursuance of legislation ei id _ i
by the Parliament of < 'anada.
The bonds with coupons will I o issued in tli i       n itioi
of $100, $500, 81,000.    Fully registered  !           vit houl S
coupons will be issued in denominations of SI  I, S5.000 ~~
or any authorized multiple of 85,000.
The bonds will be paid at maturity al par at tho   Hioi I'-
eef the Minister of Finance and Receiver General al Ottawa, __]
or at the office of the Assistant Receiver General til Halifax
St. .lohn, Charlottetown,  Montreal   Toronto,  Winni]
Regina, Calgary, or Victoria. " i
The interest on the fully registered bonds will bo paid
by cheque, which will ho remitted by post,     Interest on E-j
bonds with coupons will be paid on surrend u ol coupons S3
Both cheques and coupons will he payable free eel exch i
al any branch in Canada ol'any chartered bank. ~J
Subject  lo thc payment of twentj live cent    for each 55
new bond issued, holders of fully n ;i tered h mils withoul ri
coupons will have lhe righl to convert into bonds ol the gjj
denomination of 81,000 with coupons, and holders ol bond £ a
with coupons will  have    !     righl   lo convert  into fully j^'
registered   bonds  of  authorized   denominations   withoul iss
coupons al  any lime on application to the  Minister of ES]
Finance _\
The books of lhe loan will be kept at the Department j  ]
ol Finance, l Ittni n £=
Application will be made in due             or lhe listing ol ^S
lhe issue on the' Montreal and Toronto Stock l£xchan|
Recognized bond and stock brokers will be allowed a =a
commission of one-quarter of one per conl on allotments f5
made   in   respect   of  applications   hearing   theii   stamp, S3
led, however, that   no commission will be allowed ss:
in respcel of the amount of any allotment paid for by the SE
surrcndci                        ' under lhe Wai loan pro pectus SE
of 22nd November, 11)15.    No commission will be allowed ■—
n fi i ;n.   rt Inch huve not bt cn ES
printed :                               sr.
Subscription Lists will close on or before 23rd September, 1916. 3
SE    Department of Finance, Ottawa, September 12th. 1910. E=
iiiiiiiiiiiliiiillilliiiiilliiiH
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few   days
LIQUOR l.ICBNC.E ACT"
e Section 48)
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tft-     Notice ls .ven that   on the
tent!    lay 'et October next,     applicar
.   madi  to thi  Buperlntend-
' ent     ol     Provincial     Police, for the
for the sale ol
lor 1 n and upon the prc-
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HIGH   COST  OF
LIVING REDUCED
UOW PRICED CUTS OF BEEF
FOR THE FRUGAL. BUYER
P. Burns C& Co. Ltd.
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LECKIES BOOTS
For    Boys,   Youths  and   Little  Gents
High peg With Buckles
Hoys Size   I tO 54         (460
5fouthBSize II i» 13}          $8.95
Little Gents Size B to L0|  $3.50
Leekiefl Soldier Hoy Hoots size 1 to 5. $4.25
SEE   OUR   WINDOWS
cTWcRAE  SHOE  STORE. Howson Block.
Phono 717
For lUiiihora, Ovornhoos, Cnrf-lRani, Lcni_inKfl
ton.
Th8  Annuo   meWtlng   of  the      nevsl-
■toke ifo"iiitai Society will he held
In thn Hoipltal on Tuesday, Hcpt
i 'Mi. ifltft, at s p.m.
W   D.  AllMBTHONO,
Secretary.
CHAS. M. FIELD
Fire Insurance ["SSSt""]
Accident Insurance- [""ttfan
Life Insurance PHaT3fch]
Notary Public       Revelstoke       Real Estate

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