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Buy Your Goods
AT   HOME
The Mail-Herald
THE MAIL-HERALD
Published weekly—Read
by   everyone—The     recoegnlaei
advertising     medium   for   the
city and district.
Vol 23-No. 43
REVELSTOKE. B.C,  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1916
$2.50 Per Year
BEST ORGANIZED RANGERS
BlSft.iri CANADA
Rangers Have Everything Necessary to Carry on the
Work—59 Fires During Year but no Loss Occurred—
Only $33.00 Additional Expense
U. Roy Cameron of Kamloops, Inspector of Forest Reserves and Fire
Hanging for British Columbia, was in
the city on Wednesday attending tbe
Annual Conference of the Fire Rang-
«rB of the Revelstoke District.
In commenting on the state of affairs and the work done by the Forestry Branch of the Dominion Gov.
ernment in the     Dirtrict,     which in
been sufficient to put tho business of
lire ranging on such a basis that it
should handle in a very efficient raao-
ner any flres that may occur and be
in a position to handle any situation
tind any emergency."
"At present we have in   this     dis-
HELLO, JONATHAN !
WHERE YDU WORKING AT NOW
How's the Children Cettin' on With their School Work-
Where You Tradin' at, John—Montgomery Ward
Leaves Fortune—American Fair Trade League-
Loss Must be Recouped on Unknown Goods
(Copyrighted  1915. All rights
reserved.)
During eight months of arduous
etudy of country trade conditions
throughout the United StaeeB and
Canada and    their relation to the gi-
-, trict 1G nsw> projects in the course of
■  construction.     Mr.     T.    .1    Wadman, ^^^^^^^^
- Crown Timber Aigent, is in charge of gantic mail order house and depart-
cludcs the territory for twenty milee the work carried on by the Forestry ment store of the large cities, many
on each side of the Canadian Pacific Branch in this district and I cannot a queer circumstance naturally was
Railway, and extends in length from speak too highly of the able and effl-i encountered as was many an oppor-
Three Valley to the Alberta boundary cient manner in which he has organ- tunity presented for studying at firat
line, and which is in charge of Mr. ized his district and the splendid re- band the odd mental processes of a
Wadman, Mr. Cameron said: "The suits attained. I consider it the best certain class of farmer Bnd Bmall
principal thing to be noticed in look- organised district in Canada. During town resident. Among otherB the fol-
ing back over the past few years is. the season there were 59 fires in tbe lowing Btory may be interesting and
that to two years ago at the annual district and it speaks well when I at least will serve as an object lesson
meetings or conferences, the Kangere state that in only one case waB it to those readers who still prefer to
were continually making requests to necessary to incur additional expense make their purchases from the cata-
be allowed to put in trails, telephone for help in fire fighting, this addi- logue houseB rather than to patronize
line* an 1 look-out stations, as well tional expense being tbe small sum of the local merchants and encourage
ss requests (or canoes and     launches $33.00, and no   damage     whatever to  local industry.
to enable them to get over their dis- merchantable timber resulted from The writers had just entered a gfO"
tricts in a much quicker and more ef- these fires." eery    store     in     a small Iowa town
flcient manner. At the meeting held "It must be remembered that in when in came a middle aged man,
today these requests were conspicuous the Railway Belt we have a large visibly in workman's attire and cov-
by their absence, tbe rangers stating foreign population, who do not well ered from head to foot with brick
?f-At they have everything necessary understand the government regula- dust. The grocer, a rather elderlj man
to carry on their work. They had tions. We are also in a district of Scotch origin and of apparently
very few suggestions to make with where the growth is most luxurious, agreeable manner, immediately, step-
regard to appliances used by them, which, when dry, becomes very ln- ped forward and greeted the newcom-
which    goes to confirm the fact that dammabls.     In   spite of all this, ac-  er as follows: I
the Revelstoke district is kept at such cording to statistics, the record of' "Hello, Jonathan1 Hain't had the
it state of efficiency that it is bard to. this     district   surpassw that of any honor of a visit from you in nigh on-
man. "I've been selecting from the
mail order catalogue acid sendin' my
orders to Chicago. But I can't git no
credit fron. the mail order house."
The grocer meditated for a moment,
then replied: "No, John, you sure
can't ger any credit from the n.ail
order house. Nor does it have any
interest in the welfare of those kiddies of youes, nor does it care that
your wife iB Bick in the county hospital,     which   I pay taxes to help to
Y.M.C.A. DID MUCH WORK
AT VERNON THIS SUMMER
A Side Light on the Work that the Y.M.C.A. is Doing For
the Soldiers in Training Camps- Reading Rooms,
Bowling Alleys,.First Aid and Languages
(By
A.  M.  Harding,  Physical   Secretary,  Vernon Camp  Y.M.C.A.)
It is  generally     known     nowadays
that the     Young Men's Christian As-
Bociution  is taking  a  vcry  important
part in the great war
large,  always growing
| ing, always on the move, but no mat-
i ter where the soldier may be, whether
| in a Bmall training camp  in  Canada,
or one of the large mobilization centres in England or France, the base
hospitals and billets, or thc front line
support. But if you and your kiddies trencheBp thc Y.M.C.A. is there too.
need groceries I'll give them to you I Jways ready to help in any way
and you tan pay me Saturday nigbt. p08sibic_physically, mentally, moral-
After that suppose you do a little Iy or gpi,itllally. There is a special
serious thinkin' and patronize the
iolks you must come to when
need a favor."
In the game and reading room     we
lind  such  gan.es  as   checkers,     chess,
irokinole,      carums  and  table  ternis.
These  tames are  always  in    use,     as
are the rending tables where    appear
magazines of evnry date and    descrip-
The army is  tlon     sonietin es ag far back a8 x901.
always chang- They are     (lU     rcad     throUgh     and
through. The newspaper racks contain
£.11 the daily papers   and as many as
15 copies ,.[ one paper   are     supplied
(Continued on  Page Four)
ALL WOMEN
MAY VOTE
This sort of conversation with
about the same result takes place a
thousand times a day in one spot or
another on this great continent     and
Qualifications  Necessary to
Enable a Women to Vote
-Will Form Club
improve the system in vogue.     There
is, of course,     always the expense of
naintenance, but in the    last     three  in British Columbia for the Board of
years     th.'     capital    expenditure haB  Railway Commissioners.
other in ''anada." to a year? Where are you working at
Mr. Cameron ls also Flre Inspector now?
"Oh, I ain't   been     workin*     very
DOMINION FIRE
RANGERS MEET
Work For Next Year Outlined
—Only 59 Fires Reported in
District—Resolutions
The annual  meeting ot the   Dominion Fire Rangers was   held     in    tbe
Canadian Bank of Commerce Building meeting were- E. Robinson, Beaver-
a.n Wednesday. The meeting was pre- mouth; John Slman, Halls Landing;
•ided over by Crown Timber Agent _• G- Miller, Palliser; Hughie Bruce,
T.  J. Walman.  D.  Roy Cameron, In
tbe debris aa they go along, Instead
of leaving it lying on tbe road side,
as it is a great fire danger."
"That this committee of fire rangers place itself on record congratulating the settlers in the district for
their assistance and co-operation in
fire protection."
'That this committee extend its
best wishes to J. Ringer, who Ib now
Ighting in France, and trusts that
he will roturn safely." '
Thc flre rangers    present     at     the
steady nowheres lately, but now I'm
workin' over at the local brick yard"       MONTGOMERY WARD LEAVES
he answered, thrusting forth his hand FORTUNE.
in greeting. i    Montgomery  VJ-jtA, the    well-known
"How's the children gettin'on with millionair.. president of the nig mail
their school work?" continued the order house, died recently at the age
grocer. '  ol seventy years,   his    death
"Purty   well,     thanks.     The     two caused from injuries    received     some
branch in the Y.M.C.A.    organization ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
youjknown as the  military  branch,  which
has this tremendous piece of     service  Enthusiastic Public   Meeting —
in hand.
Some idea of the work done by tbe
Association   for the enlisted men the
^^^^^ l world over may be gain-d    by  taking
one cannot but ask himself    by what'     „lance at the spot     selected     this 	
mental process does any man of mea-j Bllmmer   l)y the Y.M.C.A. In our own     _.        ... ,.        ,
ger means gain consent of his own ' mobilteati0„ camp at Vernon, B.C., ThC PUb"C mMtm8 °' *°men Clti*
mind to send his good cash far away amon,, our own boys in training. As zen9 held at the city Hal1 Tuesday
from his own town to the cntalqg^id far aa possible the Association* aims evening, was not so well attended aa
house, with the full realization that to provide the social centre for the '*■ 8hould have bem but made up in
if the rainy day does crosB his, path entire camp. The equipment tbis sum- enthusiasm what it lacked in num-
he will be obliged to call upon his mer conB|sted of 2 marquees fitted
own merchants at home to carry him. up as writinf- rooms, a large tent,
Can you imagine the laugh that &ox30 feet set substantially on a
would be created in the office of a wooden framework and conetituring
mail order house if they were to re-(the general centre of the Y.M.C.A.
ceive a request from.' oven their oldest Hcre are to be found games
customer to give him goods on credit kindBi reading material,
till after harvest7
bers. The chair was occupied by Mrs.
Sturdy;  Miss  Hardie took  minutes of
the meetici;.     A  discussion was held
as to the  advisability     of     forming
some sort of    society for the purpose
of     all °' studying civic    and political prob-
consisting of lwis.     It    was decidi-d to organize a
magazines and the daily papers,   and Woman's Forum and     a     committee
n refreshment counter.     This tent is  *'a" appointed to obtain  information
always    full    to overflowing and pre-  &> "Sard to organization.
serits a very busy   appearance     from     The chairman called the     attention
the time parade is dismissed at     4.30 o{ the meeting to the necessity of aU
in thc afternoon     until 10 o'clock in w°men registering     immediately     to
being Mie evening. Then tbere   is     perhaps have their names placed in the muni-
tbe     most     popular  tent of all-tbe c'Pal voters' list.     Tbis     list   closes
youngsters is in the fourth grade now time previous when he slipped
and Mary, the oldest, graduates next fell on the floor at his home,
month." Ward leaves a fortune of Fifteen
fine.     How's     the
an(j Auditorium     tent—where     there
jfr I "something on" every    evening,       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mil-'eluding concerts.  lectures,   Illustrated enable a woman to get enrolled
1B October    31,    so there is no time for
in_ delay. The qualifications necessary  to
on
"That's
John?" ■	
"Not so well as I'd like," answered ing a business    of     Forty Millions a
the workman.    "She fell down stairs year, built up at expense     of    small
wife,  Hon Dollars in   his own tame, and a talkB on travels, reminiscences of ex- the voters   list are exactly the Bama
business house that is said to be do- periences     at    the  front by returned aa are reiuired of the men;    that   is,
eo.dicrs,  eing-Bongs and religious ser- ,,n>'    woman,  married or single, over
vicee.     This tent will seat about 400 2I rears °' age,  a    British     subject.
last week and wrenched her back and towns and villages all over the coun-',nlt oftcn and often   Mie     8i(les     are who has b*,>11 resident
       ^^^^^^^^^^^^   tbis     city
right     now   she's over in the county try, and not a cent of it ever comes raised     and     standing   room   within "incc     Jan.     let, 1915, is entitled to
hospital rr.endln'. An* I don't git my, back to build up a local   community, bearing or seeing distnnce    Is'   thor- have her name   placed on the voters'
first pay at the brick yard till Satur! It is an economic fact     that     every' ou6h,y 0Ci:uPicd.    Another small mar-  llKt on payment     of   the poll tax of
day    night an" I come over to see if mail order purchase by a citizen Is a QUeo comPIetes the equipment used by  *2. aQd is therefore qualified to vote
you'll give me a little   groceries    on blow     at     the prosperity of hie own the "Puhlic." This is useed as a com- ut the next municipal election.     Any
tick till the end'of the week." community.                                               j mittee room     or     classroom.     Here woman     who is a property owner is,
"Well,  John," answered the grocer, The American Fair Trade League in French clnsses are held regularly and u< course,  exempt  from the poll tax.
Revelstoko;  Trueman  Brown,   McMur- "*'n! ml*hty sorry to learn your wife » recent statement Bays:     "From   a'mnny   of the men are taking a great  II eomes as a   surprise to most ono.
do;  John  McLeod, Revelstoke;  W.  8.  iB slck. but where you    been    buying sentimental and    patriotic standpoint''ntereat    in     studying    the language P,p- to find that according to the by-
Rennie, Camborne;    W.  Leslie, Revel- yonr H™*'1" at this last year' Not the situation  is full of     significgnce. 8Poken by our allies.   In addition to lliw» "' WW, every woman can quali-
Revelstoke; T. M. Scollie, Donald;
Robt. Edgar Revelstoke; John A.
Lewis, Wigwam; A. C. Fisher, fioldTO;
Hugh Smythe, Revelstoke; James
Hawkins,  Spilllmncheen;    _. CornitJg,
stoke;     Robt. Wlsted,    Beavermouth;
John Malkin, Revelstoke.
here, that's sure."
"No, not here," admitted the work-
(Continued on Page Three).
■pectoi     for     British Columbia, mm
also ; i • -■•■ •!
Each of the seventeen rangers pre-
•ent reported as to conditions in hia
district and on his season's work,
nnd the diflerent matters pertaining
to bis district were discussed.
On being called on by Mr. Wadman,
Mr. Cameron addressed the meeting.
He gave u synopsis of the meeting
reticently held at New Westminster and
Kamloops and ..ntlin.il the work for
next eeason. He stated tbat Revelstoke had the best record of any district and was pleased to be able to ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
■ay that out of the flity-ntne flree re- Out of €9 pieces of property offered ard truet companies bought $2036.2*. public watched
ported,    fifty-eight   were extinguished ftt the elty tax gB,e held ln the c,ty'    Promptly at 10 o'clock in the morn-  interest.
I.y the rangers,  which spoke well for  ^ on Thum,       M m bld ,n b    »>*• w- A- Gordon, Collector, opened     That th. tax sale was ln the    beet
tbem one and all. He drew attentian ' the sale, and H.  Manniiu-,  who acted interests of the city is shown by the
to the fact that considerable damage thc publlc and the balance     reverted a8 auctioneer,    offered     the     various fact that from the time the tax sale
was done through forest flree in Can- to the city.     The total purchased by properties.     In     two cases only was'was first announced to the
•da during the year, yet     there was the public amounted     to $3019.5*. of  there amy  competition     in     bidding,! of the sale, the
The     list   ,g country merchants who tbe above-mentioned there     are     five fy as a voter, even     married women
TAX SALE BENEFITED CITY
tho proceedings with
no damago whatever in this district,
whicb was upholding its rKord of
last year, when out ot IM ure* ir-
ported there was no damage and
they were handled at a very small
tost.
Mr. Wadman then presented hi* M-
l.eeri in regard to the season's work.
Hc dwolt on what had been done
with regard to improvtrnietnts and was
the
which
the   representatives of
taxes
also   pleased to state tbat out of 59,    Lee, Mre. Alice
_ ..... _  * '        nl—.—        a wm
Name of Assessed Persons. Plan
Fuoco, Mre. Rosaire  ....636--
Fuoco, Louie  , 636B
Mlcleti, Dominic  „„ ...636E
Cumming, H. P 636L
Porter, Oliver  636L
Bain, T. W., & Parry, H. M 636
Hanson, Mrs. C. B 636
63 6 A
banks  although a fairly large number of the were reduced by over $15,000.00.
Description of Property.
morning
outstanding
tires reported all but one was put
out by thc rangers without any additional help, the cost in this instance
heing the small sum of $33.00. Mr.
Wndman also explained the work
that would bc taken up next year
and thanked the rangers afl behalf
of the Department for the vcry efficient manner In which they carried
iM.it their duties.
Tbe following resolutions were
pinned
"Thnt the Provincial ilovrrnment
be requested t.' Inrludp In the words
on hitntlOjt licenses "Be careful with
-flre.' "
"That the Provincial flovernnient
fee requited to extend the permit
period for the ie»son from fleptem-
her 15 to fleptsmber SO"
"That the ProTlne|„l flovernmenl
lie request.'.! that In future when
fonsfructlng oew ro»di to dispose ol
Sing, A
Roberts.
H _...^636A
J. B _ 636
.636
Ftaseer,  Mrs.  J       ^^^^
Abrahamson, Jno.,   Andrew   ft   Mrs.
Chas -jGovt.
' I
Caley, Mrs.  John  636
Needham, Mrs. Millie, Estate of ... ...'■"•*.
Abrahamson,  Jno.,   Andrew   ft    Mr*.
Chas  ^.ovt.
I ...Jill
Nlchol, Webb, Berate of  Oovt.
Johnson, Oeo ___«Povt.
Morgan.   Joseph  _J3ovt.
Needham,  Mrs.  Millie.  Bstate of  Govt.
, ~-..'!ovt
B -765
I
Block
102
102
106
2
1
16
17
17
Pel.
46
5
16
17
Lots
6
9 ft
2, 3
10
ft 4
24
6
11
E. 76'x20' of 24
5
7
at      intersection     of
Campbell & Boyle Av.
1  to 5 inclusive
PurchiBer
A. B. McCleneghan
A. B. McCleneghan
W. A. Foote
W. A. Foote
W. H. Horobin
W. H. Horobin
W. H. Horoblcj
0. W. Abrahamson
G. L. Smellie
w. H. Horobin
W. B.  Robertson
MUM
Lund, Agent, M.W	
C.iiiletto. Jas., ft BregollMo,
Cirllctto,  Jas.. & Ilregollmte, B -765
Culletto, Jas., * Bregollsse   B.
.765
EW I      '"Mi
3 to 6 incluslre W. H. Pratt for Molsons
,. I '   I .  ' Bank
'■ W. H. Horobin
7*8 Han.' Needham
W. H. Pratt for Molsons
Bank
Sam Needbam
W. H. Horobin
W. H. Horobin
S.  Needham
W. H. Pratt
Ai. B. McCloneghnn
A. II.  McCleneghan
1 ft 2
I
. of
17 W     	
18 4
18     8
20      11 ft 12
55      7, 8, 9. 10
Add. B. Lot 5
Add   B,    N.   Pt.    Parcel
No   2.  1.75 acres.
Add.   B,   Parcels not de-
scrl>bsd,    known as J.  B.
Long property,  3.6 acres
A. B. McCleneghan
Price
67.21
82.67
149.24
8.97
10.36
15.94
83.97
281.00
301.92
4.07
200.00
1035.28
19.76
84.63
120.67
12.06
27.69
22.13
63.48
146.36
32.12
84.01
166.04
bell tents and a marquee used by the who     Hre     not usually considered as
Y.M.C.A. staff as living quarters. "wage earners."
The work   throughout   ls     in     the Another public meeting will he held
bands     ol six secretaries and several ln thf at1 Ha" Btzt Monday    even->
atsistants.     Mr.  J. G. Gates of   the lc*' whe" •* I" hoped the women will
Hastings Park winter quarters.    Van- hh(,w  «beir  interest     in  municipal  af-
couver,  was general secretary up till 'ain' nn'1 I1!,ek the hall to the doors,
a vcry short time ago, wben be    got Every w°™n OW 21  years of age Is
his notification to go overseas   along welcome.  Mr.  Farris will  explain  the
municipal v.,te in
"Won en and  Civic
an     addreess
Afluirs."
<>o
Dr. E. H. S. McLean
leaves for Nakusp
with five other Canadian Y.M IMA
n.en. His work was much tbe same ae
the general secretary's position in a
local association, being in charge of
all tbe work done by the Y.M.C.A. ln
camp.
The social and educatioral side     of
thc program  is handled by  Mr. E.  C. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Cameron of  Revelstoke.  This includes 	
the supervision  of  thc  writing  rooms      Hr.  B.  H.   S.  McLean  lelt for   Nak-
where     aUout 500 envelopes and 1000  usp on Thursday matting,     where he
sheets of notepnper are given     away lias accepted  the position  of resident
on     weekdays   and about twice that physician for tbat district.     He will
number on Sundays.    Hero tbere ls a take     charge of the hospital and hus
man on duty all day trom li a.m. till   been appointed Canidian  Pacific Rail-
10 p.m., at a small     counter     wbere way surgeon for tbe   same     diBtrkt.
postage stamps, post     cards     (camp This news of his leaving will be read
views)  military text   books     ot     all   by  the whole community     with     the
kinds,     camp   photographs,  pronnnts deepest regret when it ,is learned that
and       candies       aro      oflered       for this departure fron.  Revelstoke is in-
sale.       Here       aro     sold     probably  teriled to ebe p"rmanent     Dr.  McLean
far more postcards     In one day than came    here from Calgary as a young
r.ny other place in   British Columbia,   man 25 years    ago,    nnd    for     many
nnd thc sale of postage   stamps     on yenr.<     was     tbe only  physlclac and
Sundays comes well up to $50.   Num- surgeon in this district.    Many B 'i'e
berless letters have been written home has been saved by bis skill and care,
on  Y.M.C.A.    paper,  which  otherwise He ls n real physician in every eense
would never have been written at all.  of the word, giving alwayB his wbole-
In thc writing room Is a much    used hearted attention   to every case, eon-
lending library,     very few books ap- sldering the welfare of     his
pear     upon   the shelves—they are all first, lnot nnd all the   time,
through the camp.     As   soon as one the twenty-five years of his     practice
comes In It is taken   out    again.     A Dr.  McLean hns presided at over one
good many of these books are getting  thousand  "birthdny  parties."
nadly worn nnd new ones arc needed.      Both tho doctor and his clever wife
The surplus    books that are In every will be greatly missed from     tho so-
home are very acceptable to the Y.M.  rial     life    of  Revelstoke,  whero they,
C.A. at nny time.     They can always have always been extremely popular,
lie put to very goeod use amongst the     Kn, McLean leaves the first of ths
hoys In khaki. I week for N'nkuep.
patient
During PAGR TWO
1 —=
THE M At'L-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1916.
XTbe ADaiU'ibevalb
Published every Saturday at
RBYKLSTOKK,   11-  f
e_7Vl lil -Herald Publishing
Company, Limited
E.  GIGOT,  Manager and    Editor.
Bovril keeps the Food
>S_ E 11 "SJ,   fm f\~l_TXn!l    Makeall your soups and stewsmore
_HJ___k_   \M\jf HH ___L   nourishing with Bovril.    It takes
a joint of beef to make a bottle of Bovril.    The bodybuilding power of Bovril is from ten to twenty times the
amount taken.    Bovril means more strength—less cost.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14,  1916.
BREWSTER1;. l'ATRONAGE PROMISE
In his c '.'e.' aign aga nst the Bowsor
Government,     Mr.  Brewster     pledged
citly that,  if returned to
,   ,      he would wipe oul  the patron
itei ,.    "The pernicious patron-
Bt   ii  will  have to    go."      Now
that he is the bead ol   the     Government,  with a strong majority  behind
i Mr,  Brewster bai the opportun
ity and duty of carrying    out     that
,      . Will li". or can ho, do it"   In
impaign speeches lie told dl set-
in     the outlying districts who
had come to him with tears in   their
eyes,  declaring that they  wanted     to
vote  tor opposition candidates,     hut
dared not    because tbey were depend-
tnt    largely on Governmen    roadwork
,,, , j,.. . ,ver Mil'1 seasons, and
its grasp '.vas unrelenting. All that
hi promised to change, as well as
oth 'i evils of patronage. Al-
iv Liberal organs are forecasting
thai he will noi be abl< to carry out
his  promise?,  because the people will
Mi      him.      The   Manitoha  F
1 ress     says   he will be distract. .1 by
thi   impoi t- int ies e.f m?n fee'- i ecogn -
o.   and r 'ward in the form .■( Gov
ernment   ; ositions ,,r   Mas ness    i
missions.     "They   will teleph n ■ him
•  | |E b. ise,     waylay hiir. at  st
border?
In some big lines   of     steel,     U.S.
iiiiiini'f.-ictnicrs have  two  prices,      one
for    their home buyers, the other for
export. The price to the home buyer
;s sometimes a third    to    half   less
than the price to Canadian nnd other
loreiensrs.     A Pittsburgh metal raar-
I ct   report recently  quoted bars     for      8.„.iv ——————
_m—_____________________———~—
home     cornumptM.il  $2.GO,  for export  — _
tfr.SO.    This     has   handicapped some'on the GymnM theteams    Unlng  up'catd, Moase, McMillan,   Burridge, H.
Canadian manufacturers in their com as follows. 'Burridge,     A.    M.Wilson,     Keegan,
petition    with  U.S.  manufacturers in     .Maples   Baker, Little, Nicol, Black- pw^ B]&ckheT^ Camerolli LawB0Ili
,h'  TV '"  "' ll""V"",'d,0,:;CrS  bTU°nBrown;  Squarebriggs,  Ward, ^V.   «I*.    *.  ^uhart,  Freo-
!h Cnnndlan.   paper    null    securities _^ Hou]dlng rr.an,     Jollifle,   Jenkins, Robbins, Q.
.v,,.,Ml not object-but .'.ither    encour-     Th;B thfl vMey ^ game     ,g     ,)e. RoaS| p   Qonvne,   SwiUol.r     c. Kipp>
a-e-lh" adoption of the same policy coming     more   interesting than ever, J. IJ.  Macdonald, Cbas. Lundell,     L.
on  paper In this country.                        ! and preparations    are being made for Howson,      M.   Stevens,  NM. Name, H.
an opening  banquet     to     start     the Morgan,     A.  Mclntyre,  A.  Crowe, F.
league and  give every one an appor- Paulding, 1  quart each.
tunity to get  lined    up     with     EOme Mrs. Farris, -1 pints.
tram and  en oy  the pastime.      Kvery Mesdani.s .1.  lluine, Bobbins, C'oult-
businoss man .should    set     apart     at hard, II p;r.ts each.
INDUSTRY IS THE MAINSTAY OF
TIIE COUNTRY
Notwithstanding "lead times" .'ie
ii> many causes, chiefly the war, Oan-
■ "ii 'i stand st ill. It. must go
forward, Whilst this is tnm of Canada in generul, eacb little city or town
musl .!•. its Bhare from the business
man t< > the working i lan who are
reallj the mainstay ol the district
they live ane! ivi rk in.
How in it. done? rhe merchants invest ii, new appliances to the benefit
of thalr home town. The users loyally
buy locally, thus keeping their "home
town" up-to-date.
This is true even in the printing
trade, as In any other industry.
apart
least two  evenings a  week for  physical  exercise  and recreation.     Now    is
the time to start.
Mesdanief l'ottnil., Anstie, Wells,
!H,.■:.lock A. Drquhart, Swanney, 11.
Hews, Hyatt, Bunnell, Tomlinson,
Ci oper, 2 pints each.
Mesdatr.es Lyons, R. H. Urquhart,
,1. J!. Henderson, Blackball, W. Morris, E. Burridge, H. Burridge, S.
Macdonald, Cameron, Lawson, Jol-
liffe, Jcn'uns, P. Bourne, Switzer,
  J.  Robertson,     L.    Howson,     H. V.
One hundred and seventy quarts    of  M°rSan- A-  McJSatyre, Miss Creelman,
1 pint each.
Hospital Shower
Very Successful
THE     CANADIAN    BANK
OF   COMMERCE
Capital $15,000,000. Reserve $18,500,000.
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 liy iniiil anil may be obtained  without delay
SAFETY   DEPOSIT BOXES
l.o rent information regarding which will be furnished on applioation
REVELSTOKE BRANCH W.J.COULTHARD Manager
pickles and jams, two boxes of apples, a crate of peaches and a cash
donation of $2.M were the results ot
the annuai  hospital shower.
The following is a list of those contributing.
N'ew i ocesses are being invented
every day to facilitate speed in printing or t.i keep pace with the march
of progress and art.
To make  a     specific  illustration we  hart,  Sha.\, D. M. Mcintosh,
will refer to the "embossing" used in •»ul w- D. Foote, 3 quarts.
everyday   printing,     The cost of this
pi ocess
Mrs. Laforme, (i quarts.
Mrs. C, B. Hume, Mrs. H. N. Coursier, 5 quarts.
Mrs. Laing, 4 quarts.
Mesdames  Lyons,  Holten,  S.  Urqu-
W. A.
Mrs. Te'fer, $1.10; Mrs. Pr. Hamilton, $1.00.
Miss Marjorie Young, Mrs. R. G.
Lawrence,  1   box of apples each.
Mrs. McCleneghan, box of fruit.
Ledge: Tt. is reported that wood is
J8 a cord in Phoenix. Hauling up
bill is expensive.
Mesdames Duel, Copeland, C. R.
Macdonald. O. Johnson, Vi. I. Briggs
R, H. Urquhart, W. M. Lawrence,
eral use, although everyone without treiand) Lindmark, Paget, Edwards,
exceptioi admired its beautifying ef- Heard, Towse, Clay, Segar, Brock,
fects. A new and original  method, ire A. McLean,     Beavo,     .1. Sutherland,
vi nted m> ;.. ( ana lian, ."iei
patented  K«iward,  Corning, Horobin,  R.  Cor- |   ^oa^Ym%°iUctao t'Jnrir»>»i
corners, nnd beseige him
thi  • Rc
in all tlie' civilised     countries of the
don,  I!.
g.
The men who will thus make
|-'nr,.nH       \li,l,ll,.l-m-       Tow, i Cliar^L.noromtiissimm -ami pny nil charilM.
l.arielt,   .UlUUieton,   l_n\v, ts We h»o paid ont million, ot dollar, to thou. §§
,,          ..             ,.         ,,         ..T._T\               ,,                         .    . e-S H.tlle. (l(   trilII|leTH   111   ('..limiil   «llO Will, lllrir $$!
CurtiS,   K,   I..   MCRae,   Donaldson,   An- [ ; rur.tonibec.ui«thorlraowthoy«_la»|uaro %
irorld,  nov   makes embossing possible   [eM0Il|  Manntagi  Knox, 'Miss M.  Mc- i fe^"Su^,^Ko^n^.Ki'^,S I
Mr. Brewster's life a burden of   mis- tor   thc   ,,.,.,„.,            ....,„, prlnter  Knwu,   Mra   w   E   parrell nm, MrB_ | m^un^d^Hgntnmdm. |
.....                                                   lilt                                                                                                                              .      —    .                                                       . iii mIL).    H.i'luin '. geporiimeu .CUlogUQ ^>
ery     Wlll    not be, except to a sugui   .„,-. ,|H. (l,-,,.,. puta     ,.  ,,„ a commer-  J. Palmer, 2 quarts each. p i flLii Raii»m;itte*rurQuotations< k
legree, the riff-raff of   the victorious clal ,,asig fol     the    merchant    who    Mesdames P. Bews, Lammers, God- | ^^^"i^Q^*^"^* |
T'i...  nc   ,.iit  lneli.de  a 1                                                 ,                ...      dard,  Root,    Henderson,     H. F.  Mc- I|                                         *           . 1
i tie list  will lMiuue a ii        ondes     li n.sell    on  heme up-to-date.
party.
number of decent.
,;ii i tbe price puts     it  on
i     the
prides     h being up
capable   and     re-   n,,   .,,.,„_,.,,, „s(   ,;„.    process    has
spectable    men,1 who ha\    I u so in-  .„..,   ,, . lBe() •,,.. the Mau-Her-  	
fected  with the idea that  to tie ,,. ., _,  |_( p WDo
i..   tl    spoilt that  they  will . ,,;
Mi    i   ■ ivster   is an Ingi  te il ... every
. TOSS'       With       'Se.ll.e' 	
thing good.' " Mr. Brewster will fln 1
that promises in Opposition and per- ncgg ,.
	
■     be  la liki
0   SUl
Kinn n. P   M. Hume, McGiven, Brad-
J.  Wilson.  Morris,  Kin-
^     151   Hallam Building,Toronto   >
sai^e^sssesKssasssiss^—i^^
while  -.'•!' .rters In th
inl
•'.     e ; o
Regard
will wish
I
row fight
Kmpire.
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SPECIAL   PAPER   PRICES  FOR
CANADIAN BUYERS
■
THANKSGIVING
SPORTS AT THE
R.R. Y.M. C.A.
When
<3ig&en
<3oomsf
You bounce out of bed with brain alert
an.l body refreshed by a good night's ret   ^
if you've slept on an
ALASKA
SPRING
WITH  HI!   ...  Ml VM I IH  V.N.RI STING EWMhl, HMSIT
QTbe peti nt. A interim ked twisted link.-1 tee border illustration) and
the paralli I lei .'tin. i-" jmll ofthe tense luli. als at each end, en-nro
i.i: end -ir; i.e tbiil .ki woven wire spring ran give.  *i'.\
I l-efrinforced adjustable .■•.r...-r castin<gs (patent applied for)
. pdil .nM... i iir.iii'liti.iKiiiyl.i'il. Q Your dealer selli
77^^ this spring or willgetitil you ask for it I.v name.
lTfl\ TIIE ALASKA BEDDING CO,Limited
St>/ M'tlii'Tt ,.f ll.,t,i..,.l, tin,! Hctlitine S'vl
■
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Bowling Ma:c    B ■ a
ied and bing.e .^en    Vudey
Ball   Gams':     Wlll   n i.
Opening Banquet
•
Zejcre fiuyituj If our
Winter Coat
:'
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J^adies Skirts
GILLETTS   LYE
6 EATS DIRT   f
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'■e'LLETT COMPANY Ll
■TOkOHIO  C'T      •'-*_*/
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i     Ward    ' it   I
if' !        ' I
mo n then, the i ngle n ''n
with one ti .t. • p and ■ in.r».(i cno't
.'.-• i •■ en i.'. pi! m Finning the le *
game i.y n pins. Victory for the tin
gle nvn by games   I to I. vi.totv lot
.el      men      bj    pini    liflglt M60,
man led  IMS   le id ni 11 pini
ll   ■ ■.   Th "i     i Ing afternoon    n
livo gamo     of  volley boil wae plnyd
■ . iclcci fro n ade by
.d     \ i wool   Tweed
...   $7 00.
Shoes
e.es       I hir    ■ tock   ih eon.
•'. .r mtea t ■ ■   '   I Ion.
< 'i   Nadlwi'   lOlnch patent  leathei k..i top Bntton
(6 00
,. I i ih» i,e,,"   nomethlng    strong    nnd
.pn . ■    $2.10 t.. $3.50
Fred Young & Co,
Factory Phono 261
P.O.Box Cil
"..'sidi'iiee I'lione _Sil
Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
O. W. Abrahamson,  Proprietor
We/san lill any orders of windows or .lours or anything
in tin' faotory line
We  also  carry  a  complete stock of building niaterals
LU MBER, SHINGLES, LATHS & MOULDINGS,
CEMENT, WOODFIBRE, LIME& BRICK
ESTIMATES  GIVEN   FREE
Whafs in a Name?
Well, lt just depends. When you hear of Hot-so Bread
you naturally feel hungry. The crisp brown exte-.jr and
the appetising white inside are both signs of the good
flour we use and the care we take to bake lt Just right.
Try it for yourself—we do not fear the result.
Phone 41
HOBSO_T'S
Box 734
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents and Storage
GENERAL   DRAY1NG
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   MEN'S  WEAR
Union Hotel
A. P. LEVKSQUR, Proprietor
FIRST STREET,  UEVKLSTOKE, B. C.
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh from own Ranch
r\ D I CI M TA I      Suitably furnished with the
^oJ l\ I Ln I Nl   I /"* 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 nie manufactured from absolutely pure syrups and thrice filtered water. Their use la beneficial to HEALTH and a preventative of DISEASE.
Try our Oinger Alo, Cream Soda, Ginger Beer, Ac. The mountain water ls <oot Simon   Pure ln the good old summer time.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers
Direct Importers SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 14,  1916.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE   THTSCTf
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®w many hairs ^
has a Bear •
Wc do-bt if there is any person in Canada who ii
not interested in Turs. and who doea not admire
their beauty, softness and warmth; hut how many
nave .ver thought of the great number of hairs require! to cover a skin to produce this warmth und
softness?
Tho actual number of hairs on any given skin can
beai mink determined by mathematics and anubund-
ance of patience.
nave cut a piece out of a black bear skin, one
inch Bqtiare in 7m.—have seated and deposited it with the bank  and are   giving
estimate
la '. '"Mir
tiie con-
•
ondevful
.ii mcntSi
urer"
RAW FURS
We ire the Urm st Cash
Buyers ■;  H iw i   irs di ree I
from Ti ■ ■ ■ In i ma 11 -
iiiir Raw Kui ! u itati »n I
sent Free.
Gurcs
.raps     Vnlii a! n   i. '■   h
to the oi person? who arc nearest correct In their
nt the actual number of hutrs on that one Bquarc inch of bl
skin.
This contest Is entirely free to even* one who compiles with
d ■      . .md wc might frankly state that the sole object ol Uiia
i- to familiarize as manv people in Canada n   | i     ■'■■ with the w
b.i!.■..'!;.■ they can secure In stylish puarantecd Kurs and Fur hi
i tlullanV       icmof dealing dlrtct "From Trapper to We
.l.i send today for a copy of the 1916-17 Edition of
I
mtO,
Style B@
on thc back cover "I which arc lull particulars of this £on-
luuie ill contest.
This 1916-17 edition is a handsomely printed 32 page book
—fully Illustrates the latest mylcs and models of Fur Coats
mill Sets and will -.leeiw ynu how you can save many dollars
on furs. Il will pay you to read It. Don't fail to senel fe.r
ii to-day and have a  free chance of sharing this SWO.OU.
lie sine tood iresso i follows:
imp-.      tniinn   .     '. .'is.. -. r(,0
«f»lohanallam T
catalog free, V^" Jl. Limited
563 HALLAM BLDG
ORONTO
The
Consolidated Mining & Smelling Co.
ot Canada,  Limited
Ofl   ... Smelting nnd Refining Department
TRAIL,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold. Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
TRAIL BRAND PIG LEAD, BLUE-STONE AND SPELTER
il
ESTABLISHED      .      1875
IMPERIAL BANK
n
OF CANADA
CAPITAL PAID UP $7,000.000-RESERVE FUND $7000.000
PEI.EG HOWLAND. PRESIDENT. E. HAY. GENERAL MANAGER.
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
A General Bunking  Business Transacted.     Careful nttention  given
to accounts of Merchants, Manufacturers and Furmcrs,
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES   6
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I \ I LSTOKE BRANCH,   A. B. V
'•.NEGHAN. Manager
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THE FIRST COST OF
THE FAMOUS
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is the only cost Lpokfor the name "OSTERMOOR"
woven in the binding as in this border. It's tbere
for your protection.
for 50
$18
years
of restful sleep
C\-k your dealer for the "OSTERMOOR'* or write us for tlie
name of vour mareit agent
The Alaska Bedding Co. Limited
Milken of Bedsteads and Bedding   5l\V
*rnj^7^__Tu> WINNIPEG : Regina: Calgary -.VANCOUVER
•'ALASKA on aa Uticlc nnni lltch Gradf Every Particlr."
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A<. ENTS R EVELSTOKE
MUCH WORK
WHEN RED
CROSS MEETS
Our Day Tuesday Oct. 19 — City
Divided into Districts—Election oi Officers—Appeal tor
Supplies
Th:- Red Cross Society held its regular  weekly  meeting: in the  Y.M.C.A. j
on Wednesday,  with     the     president, I
Mrs. T.  Kilpatrick, in the chair.
A letter was read     from headquar
ters, Toronto, acknowledging with
thanks the safe arrival of a shipment
eef hospital supplies fron. Revelstoke
branch and conveying to all those Interested sincere thanks for this welcome contribution.
The following socks were received
for the current week:
Mrs. Boyle (Greeley), Mrs. Ingle
(Camhie), Mrs. Sargeant, Mrs.1
Ii. wns, 1 pair .ach.
To the list of Red Cross members
published must be added Mrs. Hamilton,  active; Mr,  G. Hind,  associate.
A furth.l' donation of $4 has been
received from the nun working on tbe
auto road, per Capt. Russell.
A donation of .$10.85 has been
received from the Citizen's Corps
dance held in the Drill Hall Sept. 20,
under thr- auspices of the local Red
Cross Society.
As announced last week a 'house-to-
house' canvass will be made com-
iiencin.: Monday, Oct. 16, in order to
raise funds for the great work of the
British Red Cross Society on "Our
Day," Oct 19. The whole city has
been divided into districts and the
following ladies havc very kindly
Consented to act as collectors:'
Mrs. Tomlinson and Mrs. M. Hume,
First  Street and Victoria Road.
Mrs. Downs and Mrs. Hogan, Sec-|
ond Street.
Mrs. Cressman and Mrs. Blacklock,
Third Street.
Mrs. Kilpatrick and Mrs. S. UrqtH
hart, Fourth Street.
Mrs. Kincaid and Mrs. J. Purvis,
Fifth Street.
Mrs. Robbins and Mrs. Corning,
Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and Ninth
Streets.
Mrs. J. P. Sutherland, Lower Town
.Mrs. F. Soames, East of the Sta-t
tlon.
During the past few weeks a real
shortage of yarn and material Ior
garments has been experienced all
o\er the country, resulting in
shortage of the finished articles. it
is very pleasing to note that now an
abundant supply has been secured. In
order to make up for the smaller
consignments we would specially ask
all who have the opportunity to
come for.vard and help along thc
good won;. With tbe approach of
winter an.l the exodus of troops to
the war area in larger numbers than
heretofore it becomes an absolute
necessity that our shipment of supplies -niist steadily be on the increase ar.d in making this appeal we
hope that every one who can will
put forth a special effort to provide
the much needed articles.
The election of officers for the year
1916-1917 will be held in the library
of thp Y.M.C.A. on Thursday, October 26, at 3.30 p.m. It is particularly
desired that all members will be present in. order that a successful meeting may be held.
HANNAH BLACKLOCK,
Secretary
Owing tt. the scarcity of     labor re-
i rruiting has censed in Fernie.
The Western  Pin"  Co.   Bawmlll      at
Grand Forks closed down lust w»ek.
T£^-
Back Your Aim
with Confidence
in Dominion—f/ie only Canadian-made ammunition.
When the one good shot of the trip arrives you will
never know the disappointment of a missfire if you use
Dominion  Big' Game Cartridges
At  that  instant when   the  moose or
W\v
P-U
deer appears tlie knowledge that a true
aim is bucked up by true ammuninion
helps mightily.
With Dominion ..103 British Soft Point—or nny of
the other hi(f "11" Cartridges—the sportsman is
• ure of ammunition with a real "hit and Mop".
No matter what Hift dame you aeek there
Dominion Cartridge to stand hy your aim and \~
• ihe you confidence. _jfc
Semllor our attractive hanger" A Chip ofthe Old Hlock".
Dominion Cartridge Co.
Limited, 19
T'I      Transportation
Building,  Montreal.
m
t—mm— Rtuclstoke    Dealers
This Is
TWril is tlie food proved hy
independent scientific investigation,
carried out liy some of the best-
known physiologists of the day,
to have a Body-Building Power
of from 10 to 20 time- tlie
amount  taken.
Hello. Jonathan
It takes a jointof Beef
to make a !!<..t!o of
WcV
E|
.Continued from  i age uua)
every     year    cios.     their stores antl
abandon  their businesses through io-
ability to cope with tht  'silent sales-
maa'  of the mail-order     concern     ia
startling   .vhen it is considered     that
ic ci  --  ol  citlzenshi]   is s.i essential
to our pubUc life, whether the matter
I e  viewed  in a social,  intellectual or
ron. mm:. M.     light,     For   practically;
every such failiir.  a good home is dia-
■    ; a  ..  a  ■-' ■• ■'•   ■] ■"■ :'' tt ive family is    1     tei id  and  lost to the community, lias  .-I'likm
on this  tenet a   I n.    n .1 ■■ elo [u< ntly,
tps, than anj    '■•- before him. Ha
eatd
"Y. .         '.   what the     vitality     of
.• ility  does
Chi. ..goj
it will no!        - ip]   d     by     . n. tmng
St    Louis. Th.' vitality  ol Ai                       the brains, tha
glees, tl      ntei pris   ol the  pi ..pie
thi e.n.i.e. .•     i: ,           ,   ■  ■  •  Thai   is
■ '..■■.   i, and if  Ameri-
■ A ility, the common.''
Itj • I-c. ..:.■ town, shv will
■ •.   the nation."
'  * si le •      social [.has.' is the
constantly increa   ng    evidenci      that
.!. pei baps the inaji .rity
■ ises, can tradi    at home and ac-,
ney in th.   year's  pur-
1     ses.
'l.'-t us consider the 'leader,' the
branded and trade-marked articla
thai is B widely known that people
I learn d to I lir     compart-.
■   Li.   This 1 lass ot
.   , sploited
on fir--  i> • ■ ail    order     cata
logues, is tb..'   one gi   .1   noisy argu-,
mint of the 'Bi It is
,.t     a figure below thi- retail
ind with     little or ro profit to
the catalogu    Me..-.-- is far as     that
particular Bale is concerned.   The as-
■ - that  all unknown    go 'ds
■ are t.e bi I . similar saving. This trtifice a.nl the i.-t-u'.ting
injustice  to    indi - mta
exposed !>.r ti-.i common
go '1 "f consumers and retailers.
When- prices are cut >n Btandard and
trade-marked L-.ods. the loss n ist he
recouped .-n unknown goods, which
th; consumer has ni means ol vain-.
inc."
Th>re wr 600 entries nt this years
Ti -M;.i- and flower show—Irom 13S
exhibitors.
C. B. HUME & CO., LT
Family Shoe
Outfitters
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
Wo aim to fm m.\timum
DRY  GOODS   DEPARTMENT
27in. VELVET CORDUROY in
all colors, including white.
Good, wide, heavy cord, at per
yard  85c
»%^^%»»e%^%ee%
TAFFETTA SILK, full yard wide
almost every color on the card,
bright chiflon finish, at per yard
   $1.75
*-*»-%^/%.-%.^'»*»
FRENCH NOVELTY BBNOALINH
CORD, full 40in. wide, a lot of
desirable colors for dresses.
  $1 90
INFANTS WOOLLENS. Cute Wool
Bootee., some real Hand Knit,
in white, and others with colored trimming, at 35c. 50c, 75c
and     SI.00
SPECIAL—Voile and Silk Waists
in Cream and White; a lot of
new ores, Bny sjZe in the lot at
      1.90
I1AHY WOOL rACKETS in Tris-
cilla Hani Kn.t. Some new
Ideas In Bilk trlrr.mesd, etc. 75c,
SI.50 and   S1.90
INFANTS KNIT BONNETS in
Wool iin.i Eiderdown, Fur trim-
mi .1 and Ribbon trimmed at
50.   75c, S1.50 and   $1.90
New CURTAIN 8CRIM8 in white
cream and ecru. They all have
wide farcy insert borders and
th.- newest desiens and pntterns
nt  35c
SERPENTINE  CREPE for   Dressing     Ilowns,    S».\|\tes and Kim-
.-,   1 am ai.d   patterns  ... 35c
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
RAILROAD GAUNTLET.
SPECIAL
Made .torn solt grade Split Leather, with a firm stifi cufl.
Trice 75 cents pair.
NEW BOOTS FOR WOMEN
A fe1.'   "f il.  Iti are now   on  OUI   shelves.     It  ll to your In
to iei iM :. . The popular sh .<■ foi tho present ■• on is plain
black—tbe lancy features of the warmer months have dropped out, hut
iiu.n.', beautiful effects are shown ln black potent nnd km with cloth
tops.
The .'i-iht  inch top is L-oing well .. s,.b to be n favorite.
Hoth button nnd lace boots are g■,. el with about an ee.uul percentage
in the shiiwinirs.
We are sole agents for the J. ft  r. lieu Women's Shoes.
Trices $5.00 to $6 00.
GROCERY  AND   CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN  MADID MARMALADE       PANCAKE AND SYRUP SEASON
Try a Jar of Express at 25c. or
a tin of King Beach at 75c.
Head and Leaf Lettuce, Cauliflower, Celery, Radishes, green
Onions and Parsley.
TRY OUR LAROB PRUNES,
WHITE FIGS AND APRIOOTB-
THHY ARE DBLICIOUB.
Self Rising Bu. kwheat Flour ln
packages.
Rogers Pure Sugar Syrup, 1, I,
10 and 20 pound tins.
Pride of Canada Pure Maple
Syrup, quarts and half gallon
tins.
Crown Brand Corn Syrup, I and
5 pound tins.
Lyle's English Syrup, 2 pound
tins.
Maple Flavored Syrup In quarts
i and 1 gallon tlna.
Premium Hn.. Dominion H m,
Premium Breakfast Bacon, Domini
Ion Breakfast Bacon, Pea Meal
Back Bscon, Back Bacon *rtA
Cooked Ham. i__.s ram
THE   MAIL-HERALD.    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14,  1916..
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
Vi.
week
Boyd  was in the city during the
Mrs.  NM  K.   Brown
■ver on Tuesday,
W.  A.  Foote came
Lake Wednesday  on
left   for Vancou-
u p    from
a business
Trout
trip.
Mrs.  Yuill Ross
a holiday  visit,
is at the coast on
P. .1.  Olson of Galena
the eity on Wednesday.
Bay was   in
Mrs
for a
■week.
H.in s of Greeley Creek visited
couple of days m     town     this
A. McRae returned
yeBterday.
from     Calgary
Mrs. G. Ralph Lawrence   will
receive on Monday, October 16.
not
Pte. "Billy" Henderson, son of P.
Henderson, has gone into training at
Vernon.
Geo. Knapp of Kamloops spent the
Thanksgiving holidays visiting old
friends In  Revelstoke.
H H. Mavis and Mrs. Davis spent
the week m 1 with Mr. and Mrs. G.
Hind,  Mrs   Davis'  parents.
Mrs. Wm. Lawrence returned Sunday from an extended visit among
Iriends and relatives in Manitoba.
Pte. A. S. Martin, formerly principal of Selkirk school left on Thursday to rejoin his battalion at Camp
Hughes.
A meeting of thc    Young     People's
Society of    St. John's     Presbyterian
church   will be held on Friday night, I
October 21, at 8 o'clock.
...A tag day will be held by the'
school children at an early date in
aid of the Belgian children in tbat'
part of Belgium held hy the Germans
The Misses Bird otf Victoria are the
guests of Mrs. Frank Simmonds of
Fourth Street.
Miss Procunier was the guest of
Mrs. Tomlinson for the week end gnd
Thanksgiving day.
W. Bews has returned from a ten
day shooting trip at Alberta Lake
above Clinton. He was accompanied
by Jack Rutherford and M. Crawford
of Kamloops.
erected about five miles north of Wil-1
low River, and as soon as completed
they will begin logging at once, open-
| ing up large lumber belts of that
country. Mrs. Lawrence and family
will move to Vancouver or Edmonton
in July.
SPECIAL NOTICE. Creasmani &
Co. wish to announce they are prepared to show the newest styles in
cloths for ladles' tailored suits to
order. R. Behrendt, designer.
Union Clothing Fire Sale is still on.
As the present premises are not suitable for cold weather, prices are cut
The marriage    of     Miss     Kathleen!so low that the goods,should     be all
Fraser and Mr. Dan 0. Leary will be' Bold before the real cold weather sets
solemnized at St. Francis church    on in.
Wednesday  morning,  Octoher  18, at 9! ___
The Altar Society
Designed this year it will ornament and enhance the:
good appearance of the tidiest kitchen In all Canada.
MFCIaryS
Kootenay
%?/<
Come In and I'll show you why the Kootenay stays as
good as new long after other ranges have to be repaired
or replaced.
sao
Sold by Bourne Bros., Ltd
o'clock.
Mr. anil Mrs.
uounce     the
Oliver H.   Allen
engagement     of
an-
their
Mis. 1. D. Sibbald and Miss Kathleen Sibbald, returned Wednesday
from a month's stay in the coast
cities.
youngest     daughter,  Marjorie Isobel,
to Robert Klgin Edgar, the marriage
Regular monthly meeting     of     the t0 take Place Wednesday,  October 18.
Board  of  Directors  of the     Y.M.C.A
will be held in the Board room, Tuesday evening, Oct. 17, at 7 .'30 prompt.
Mrs. F. T. Bunnell received word
on Friday of the death of her father,
who died  suddenly  at  Niagara   Falls
NMY.
A number of photographs of the recent     visit     of    H.R.H. the Duke of
Connaught will be forwarded to     the
Mr. Sidney Robbins, who is conval-j leadinS PaPers in the °ld country and
of St. Francis
church will hold a whist drive in St
Francis     Hall,      Wednesday,  October
25th. Admission  50c.
BANKHEAD  BRIQUETTES BUR>
BEST.
Gait Coal for sale. Sibbald & Son.
There's comfort  in cooking      with
Coursier's Coal.
a siege in Calgary hoB-
a week with his parents,
escing     after
pital, spent
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Mr. and Mrs.  S.  G.  Robbins
Cards,  dancing and  a supper     were  i':K Eeast on  Wednesday,
the     features    (,f the anrtial  ThankB-
giving rally of No, 1    tire brigade on
Monday. The fun was kept up until a
late hour.
return-
the United States by
Trade.
The Girls' Auxiliary
the     Board of
England.      Mr.  Mathews has   been In'
charge of the McRae Shoe Store     for
several years.
church held their first meeting for the
season on Monday night in the Scandinavian hall. After the business
meeting was over dancing was indulg.
ed in until about 1 a.m.
Have you seen them?     Cressman ■&
Co.'s new fall cloths for ladies     and
gents' tailored    suits.     Latest     New
of St. Peter's'York styles.
!    Pte. E. A. Martin arrived in    town
Saturday     afternoon    on a brief furlough fron. Camp Hughes.     This     is
^^^^^^ | Mr. Martin's farewell visit, as he re-
Mr.  and Mrs. F. Mathews will leave  turned East Thursday and expects to
tomorrow for Montreal,    en route for  leave for England shortly.
Mrs. J. Kennedy,   accompanied     by     _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
, her son Cyril, left this week to spend ' or thrcc days in quest of some    men
the     winter in Penticton.     Cyril hasto help fli; tne vacancies in the ranks
Her Royal Hiirhness's "Prisoners of nevpr fully recovered his health since of the "Bantams."     Lieut. Ely    will
War Fund" closes tomorrow,    and it working last winter in Montreal and ^ive all information about his
is requested toat all contributions to it; '" hoped that a season in the sun-
this fund may be forwarded to    Mrs.'ny Okanngan valley will fully recuper-
J ate him.
Lieut. Robert F. Ely, the recruiting
officer of the 143rd Battalion, C.E.F.
(B.C. Bantams), is in town for   two
Barnard at once.
Watson came in from Ot-,    W. B. Farris will speak at the Wo-
Pte. Wm.
ter Camp,
visit  to  nis  family,
as a copnersmith ti
pointmept     he   has been striving for
all this past yel.r.
Saturday,     in a farewell  men's Public Meeting  at
Mr.  Watson goes
Kngland,  an ap-
the
at the King Edward hotel.
Mr. A. G.
unit
Woodland received a
gram Monday stating that   his
brothers, George and     Victor,
_.."" I both been wounded,     George   in
thigh
tele
twoj-
have
the
They
BIRTHS
BORN—On October 10, to the wife of
A. K. Fyfe, a son.
Y.M.C.A Did Much Work
(Continued  from  Page Oue.)
TRY OUR
Kippered Black Cod
Kippered Salmon
Kippered Herring
As* for SHAMROCK BRANDS
BUTTER, BACON and HAMS
P. Burns CBt, Co. Ltd.
One of the most important pieces
of work done by the Y.M.C.A. in
Vernon this summer for the battalions was the formation of what Ib
known as tho Soldiers' Service J_,eague
This is practically a Y.M.C.A., locally organised in the battalion itself.
It carries on Y.M.C.A. work interminably ro matter where it may go.
The idea is that when the units move
I thigh and Victor in the hand
Hall  Monday  evening,  his subject be-        s
,,,,. .    ™ .    •_  »» ,   ai    were  both  in tho famous charge and
ing  ""omens Duty  in Municipal AI-, ■
, ,     ,, _u- i    ij ... i*   'capture of  the  German     position  on
fairs.     This is a splendid opportunity. ., r
, , .   . ...   i September 38th. \ ictor is back again
for woinen to become posted on    the  .      , , 6
..... .. .       in the trenches but George is in hos-
a elite of their vote in the civic   elec- &
more tions and it is hoped a large number
Dent bouse aod(<.*' women will attend. The Women's Canadian   Club     will
town' I bold     their   usual ' Christmas Stock-
   __^ ,    J    But one new con.pany incorporation,.     ,,  , .    ..
morning and ramped at  ;= A ,_  iV_          week's mg    te" lowardfi the
month, th. date
A lively  party of a  dozen or
mostly     from    the
rhaper.,ned  by Mrs. Dent    left
early  Sun lay      	
Greely (reek Mill for the Thanksgiving holidays. Ideal weather, good
company and rishint. made the outing
very enjoyable. They returned by
train and automobile on Monday evening.
Pr.  E. H.  S. McLean returned from
a trip to Nelson on Sunday,     where
to keep pace with the demand.
The Bocial secretary looks after the
programs in the auditorium tent     as .„__    . „„ .       ,
if      a    li   l    ■, i   l a    .v.  I,rom pIaC(i t0 P^ce, they may
well ai the first aid lectures and    the -Q8e ..
French classes.     Every week there is '■ .. .
at least one and sometimes as many, ,,ron-h ■_ "IiTI    ~,~~."
7"i branch in that place loses no time
as three or four concerts in the "big
tent."    Thc talent is supplied largely
from camp,  but now and then splen-
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE to Assessed Persons holding
agreements to  purchase,  HouBe-hol-
dera and License-holders.
1. All persons appearing on the assessment    roll    ol the City dl Revel,
stoke, who are holders of agreements,
never to purchase the property   for     which
M.C.A.     On the arrival of they    are assessed, must file the nee-
u new locality, the military  cssary declaration at the     City HaU
in on or before 5 p.m.   on the 13th day,
"getting acquainted."     Thus   the as- of November, 1916,    otherwiso     their
eociation is always in touch and able names will be omitted from tho Vot"
to work to greater advantage. ers' List.
in  the    current
end    of
. t .    ,    The    work of the Y.M.C.A. in Ver-,    2. Agenta for Corporations not reg.
parties from Vernon and.the   nearbynon thia year ha8 beeffl yery ■ ■
towns: Armstrong, Kelowna and Pen-
■ — -— —_,—,  _„...r......_._-  „, „«.,  ••»■'""";'  lolu uuu any cm
th*
\t a meeting of the executive of the
Board       ef
committee
mentioned  particularly
exhibition of babies.
he had enre to meet Mrs. McLean on  Columbia office to be located at Kara
tier    return Irom an extended visit  in  loops,
the East.  Dr.  McLean Btates that at
the tall fair at Nakusp he   saw     the
best exhibition of fruit and vegeta- Board ' Trnde tu'ld yesterday, a
bles he had ever seen in his life and ('"l,'»"»'" « W appointed to gather
the marvelous 1^o™ft«^n outlining the many ad-
! vantages which would be derived by
j Revelstoke and towns to West by the
The following appointments wers completion .it the West wag.jn road.
anne ''.need in the current week's Pro- Dr. Sutherland wss pr«s<"rr and prom
vinci.il Gazette Mr. John H. Glaes, ised to An his best to hav the r a 1
of Pentlcton, to be juBtice ol the completed. The information will later
peace; Messrs. Gilbert Mathewson, J. t.e forwarded to the government In
O, McKay and Gowan M<-Gowan,
trustees .: the Kssondale school district for three, two and one years,
respective!;. Tli" resignations of Mr
R. E, Walker as deputy coroner, and
Mr. II. R McMillan as chief forester
and chairman of the forest board,
have been accepted.
did concerts have been  put     on     hy
istered last year must register on or
] fui and highly complimented by many before November nth and any chang*
  _ this  ticton. The people of these towns are n hag been RreaUy     appreclated     by  M necessary  muat he made before
.Gazette, that ol lion Salesman, Lira-, "'orun' «" aate   and P'ace to be an-1 very much interested in the   work of|the 3oldiers   too   and the A880ciatlon above-mentioned date,
ited.     of     Vancouver, with a capital houaMd ,atere  the object of which is tl.e Y.M.C.A. among the soldiers and 1)ag made many fine   ,riendB     among     g   AU ,)erHoce being     holI8e.hoideri|
Stock of 125,000. to deal In     vending  to fi"    the sockB which they have on | are helping in every    way     possible. both omceTS Md men      jn   camp and und license-holders     in     the City of
machines, etc.    The Fraser River Min-   band with •eifts for our boys.  Anyone  Their aid, both moral  and    financial, -
lng Company, the head office of whicb wishinB to do B0 maT AU a pair and ! being of great assistance to the Aa-
is located at the city of Wilmington, (*ttach the name ol a soldier friend: sociation in earring on its summer's
Delaware. has been registered as an fr0m Revol9toke wh° may be at the' prosram. The concerts and singsongs
extra-provincial  company,   its  British front'     and     thi8   wil1 be forwarded  in which everyone joins in the popular
throucb  the Canadian  Club who  wlll songs thrown on the sheet are always
be responsihle for all charges. This is  very popular and seldom does anyone I CATHOLIC.
not confined to members of the Club. ! sing a well known   song    from     tbe
platform but all join in the chorus.
among the citizens of Vernon.
TOMORROW'S SERVICES
I Revelstoke must file the necessary;
declaration' at thc City Hall on or
before 5 p.m. on the 31st day of Oct.
ober, otherwise their names will be.-
omitted from the Voters' List.
St.  Francis church, McKensie Ave.
and Fifth streot, Pastor, Rev.   J. O.
Other features are the prayer, groups j MacKenzie.   Sunday   services:- Low
Bible classes   and last but not least,lMagg at 8 a m   and     High Maag   at
IN FUTURE NO ITEMS WILL    BU
ACCETTED  LATER   THAN THURS
DAY  NIGHT FOR PUBLICATION IS
SATURDAY MS  PAPER.
the for:-,  of a resolution.
The .piestion of advertising the
let was iiscusned a* the ezecn-
tive peering of th<> Board of Trade
•' H w Brodie, general
Passenger \?ent of 'he ■ anadlan
Pacific Rnlway at '• UW :■ - has
siuniiie^     his willinen»ss to advertise
the   p.-. ! —   ■   l ...    \et-   ... '   •-.(,■»    |B
to ir'st,     «»re
jec.ireil  from   ths  garapen   it would   be
' I  anything       V.   com-
mittee  * •«   ■ iscnre r«»e«
Mies Kathleen Fraser was the guest
'A honor at a party given by Mrs. F.
f on Thursday evening.    Bev-|tne hospital visitations.    Mrs. Ropere ,9.30 am
eral tables were made up for     cards, I n)ake8 thj rounds „,   every     hospital
ollowing      which dainty refreshments ani    there     are seven to be visited,
e enjoyed.    Miss     Fraser,     whose r.very     day,     always   bringing a big
Mr. Daniel Leary Is     to  peasant   smile and handshake and a
ac* neit  Wednesday at 9 a.m.   word of cheerful comfort. In his hand
s church,  was made the h&- ue testaments,   tracts,     writing'
f a number of lovely pres-  material and reading matter   ot     all
"J    '' "n* basket filled to  kinds. He always has at hand a sup-
-v." brim  rae brought in and the con
"LIQUOR ACT 1910.
Section 42.
Notice is hereby given thnt on    the-
first    day of December next, spplica-
every Sunday. Sunday tlon wiI1 be made to the Superln-
school for the children at '2:30 p.m., . tendent of Provincial Police for tba-
Itenedlction and Rosary at 7:30 p.m., renewal of a licence for the sale ot
Confessions Saturday 4 to 6 and 7:30 j liquor by wholesale   in and upon tha
 I
EMPRESS   THEATRE j ?."y_ y.ear". WM m»lwr'«ht at rhre,
PROGRAM
ly     Lumbei
■'"' ,  ■■          .    leal at tbe
TODA.    sod    Matinee-He.l     Feather   ,lj   '' IM*   'Here he hM for soma
feature. Brlgadlei  Oerwd, leatnring       '    ' MrH   «"«" "M
Lewis Waller and Madge TitherBeirt ha,tllJ '  by wire      »nl     -be
a thrilling tale ■* tbe it ir ring tli '" *'"> ■*»«   Victoria
of Napoleon the great,  5  parts, al-' h"9',itul' 'here he now Ilea in „ crltl-
»o comedy.
MONDAY—Mary Pickford in The filter
nal Gnui, G parts.     Famous play*
ers production of tbe    nnest littie
actress in  the world.
TUESDA.    The    Winning     of Miss
Construe.,  Gold Seal feature. Also
brought ^_^_^_B^^^
^^^^^^^^^^^   lies  111 	
ral conaltion   slth concussion of   ths
hrnin.   Mre • tie  g ie<ft  Ol   Mr.
ind   Mr"    Henry  Phillips  of  McK«n/.ie
\ . '-n ie
A meeting of those interested in
bowling was hei.) in the f.M.i v.
building    on   Th'irniay evening.    F.
Paulding act<sd     a«   chairman and  R.
SniUaret,ri.".'S mat appointed sen.'tRry
treasurer  of t.he league.      A     list      of
eight    t.ei.nr   constituting Mm league
wnn drawn up and ordered to I.e. post
od In the building, consisting of Flre
'My  the     bridee-tO-be,
•   e-dass.   linen  and
, lovely Crown Derby »»« set.
Tl'   lesath     -    -•■-:      let  -.-' :    of
•■ esaader     Laagbton      The i%te Mr.
Be of  Revelstoke   old
timers,        h«v -ir      rrrao.   to    Peve'Rt.*^
from Fenrison It years ago. Betrides
his      Pif( ree qmall  ehildren he
>»vm > t brothers, ,r»rlr and Robert
both of Revelstoke The funeral,
which wai under the viai'lreu of the
Fraternal    Order  of  Eagles    via* held
on Tuetaday, the Rev   Mr   Qlbeson officiating.   The  pall   ','arere   wer»i  Frank
.   McKlnaon     t   Little,
T    liiwr>     I    ',    T oi.blns   and     I.    II
t,    tr-,er
Th* tiany frieciii" et Q Ralph I_w-
renro. for^.»'1y anaiirtniit manager of
the F.,r"«t M;lls. will he pleased to
learn of his ne-x point Ion np Vorth.
Mr l.*~rr*rtro i. cow -r-inager of the
Willow River Lumber Co of Willow
River,  R r       A  large wl!!    Is     being
Universe.:     Weekly    sbowiag all tbe
latest news.
WEDNESDAY - Triangle  Fine   Arts
production. The Gieen Swamp, with
Bruce     McRae,  5 partn.     Keystone
Comedy,      His Hereafter,   with  Edwin Collier, -' [.arts.
THURSDAYr-Harel     Dawn     in    Tha
Feii.l    Girl.     In 3 parts, one of the
greatest productions on the     Para-    ^^^
Illackberg.   An  urgent  mnetlag
in called for Mondny evening next, at.
7.80,  when a schedule will   be     draws
j ui> And  anv   other important    maUer
serial! ,|,„, ■,„,.,.,\ ni|l]  disposed  of.  The alleys
o   the Ring, with     Grace Oun-|„re in Al condition, nnd every care la
and Frnncis Ford. This p-fcUTw!being taken tbaf every member,    no
l.e here in thc course ol a week1 matter how poor a bowler he Is, wlll
get. a plnr-' on a team.  Every Captain
Hall, CP l! , Hoard of Directors, and
five teams captained I.y the following
men W. T, Johnaon, George Knight,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ W. A. Sturdy, Harry I'arker and
rr.ouDit. program, and featuring one' Luther
of I'evelstoke'e most popular motion picture actresses.
FRIDAY—Charley Chaplin.
COMING—The great circus
Peg
ard
will
or so.
will l.e held responsible for his team.
Money   Orders
GALT
ALL )
Dominion  Rxpress Money Orders
STEAMSHIP   TICKET   AOKNT
[N8URAN0K
NOTARY PUBLIO
VV. H. HOROBIN
Nkxt   TO    I'uht    Okkk k
ply of fruit which is very welcome to
the boys on the sick list. He makes
many friends and is known by everybody. The song services, Bible classes
nnd     religions     meetings arc held In
Vudltortum tent and thc attendance is good. From time to time spec-
lal evangelistic campaigns have been
r..nducted with the aid of such men
M Rev. Merton Hmith, chaplain 121st
Batt., and Rev. J. L. Campbell of
• mce,'iver Splendid results bave heen
'•uned and many changes hnve baen
vrought In the lived of men through
'<■•  agencies.
il      ...   counter,  under  the
management     of     Mr.R.  J.   Risk   of
■ ancouver,     is proving very surcese-
fferc are sold  light
ih  -t'.ft drinks   tea,
pit   cake  nnd      nnnrtwlrhes.
<   n.-enient  line of  odds and
the little things useful to the soldier
ii "arrled    Hern  also Is tho dominion
M  agency for the camp nnd   bils-
IS ?enern!ly rushing. Over the
counter are two signs now well
.> nown <Uld popular anywhere whwe
the Y M (' A has a "hut" In carr/p.
Flr»t, "The Y.M.O.A. will bank yonr
-roney," i>ri1 "We nre heere for service
what can we do for yon'" The banks^
do quite a lively business through
Mr Resk, arfi many nnd varied are
the favorn that he Is called Ut do
dally hy the men In the camp. The
I inch counter staff of four are sure
that they nre the hardest worked me*n
In  camp.
Thn large curllnr rlak, rep<A<sd nnd
'urned into a refreat.lon rottm for the
soldiers || mnnnced hy ns association
man, Mr, I. L. Hay, formeBT.y of
Revelntoko Here he finds a splendid
opportunity for service. He has Installed two fine bowling alleys and
runs n soft drink counter which In
(he hot. weather was a busy place.
The rink has heen steadily In nse all
ntniMT.
to 9 p.m. and Sunday morning 7:10
to 8. Weeks days:—Mass every morning at 7 o'clock. Confessions before
Mass. First Fridays —Mass at 8 a.
in.. Benediction and Rosary at   7:30
ST. PETER'S CHURCH
Sunday, Octoefcer 15. Holy Comniun-
Song 2.30 p.m. Evensong 7.30 p.m.
The song service will be for the children and all parents are requested to
attend.
premises known as Lots 1, 8, 9 and N
10 feet of 10, block 98, plan 3, City of
Revelstoke.
Dated this ith day of October, 191s.
RKVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT OO.
LTD., Applicant.
W. B. Robertson, Manager.
"LIQUOR ACT 1910-.'
Section 42.
Ri'
METHODIST CHURCH
(Corner of McKencle Avenue
Third Street).
Rev.  H.  C. Freeman, Pastor.
"Wounded Feelings"   will     be
subject of the morning address,
Notice is hereby given that on   tba
first day of December neit,     applies-.
tion     will     be made to the Superin-
an,l   I tendent of Provincial Police     for re»
newal     of the hotel license to sell li-
iiuor by retail in tbe hotel   known as
th« the Hotel  Beaton, situate at Beaton*
nnd in the province of British Columbia.
"His Unsuspected Purposes," the topic of the evening.
You will be cordially    welcomed to
either     of the regular services, or to
refreshments' the Adult Bible Class uwder the lead-
cofT«<\ cocoa, j ershlp of K. Paulding, at 2.30. Stran-
Dnted October 14th, 1916.
H. NELLI8,
Applicant.
A    very|lfers speecially Invited.
ends,    of
CARD OF THANKS.
I wish through the columns of   that
Mall-Herald     to express on behalf of
_    ., . „  , myself and    children     my     heartfelt
PPntlcton  councl   Invented  IS.OOO of »v._w. »v   .  *r    1        1 « j        -
. (v™ ui thanks     to     the    Fraternal Ordw ot
the city's sinking fund in the Domin
ion war loan.
WANT   ADVTS.
FOR HALE—Horse, ride or drive,
Harness; rubber-tyreed Buggy and
Banesa Cutter; snap; apply Mall-
Herald or P.O. Boi »72.
WANTED -Smart boy or  young  man*
Excellent opportunity Co learn goodnesses during the illnesB and death
Eagles and tbe many friends in th*
city, wbo showed us so much kind
consideration during our recent be-
reavement.
MRS. A. LAUOHTON.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish through your paper to extend our sincere thanks to the Fraternal Order of Eagles, and to tha
many friends wbo showed many kind-
trade. Apply  Mall-Herald.
HOUSE—Have House on     Third   St.
which owner will allow desirable
tenant to occupy rent free during
winter months.  Apply Mall-Herald.
TO RENT-On First Btreet Eeast,
first.class Rooming House, with fnr-
i»ce, 16 rooms furnished throughout Rent $20.00 per month. Apply
38
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our brother Alexander, and for the
many kind expressions of sympathy
extended.
ROBERT LArOHTON
JOHN LAtTOHTON
NOTICE.
The Women's Canadian   Club     will
hold a whist drive at the Hrnndlnavi
an Hall on Tuesday,  17th inst. Tickets 50 writs, may be had from iasm-
Secoad Street East,   or Sibbald hem. Preceeds for Christmas gifts for.
So*. j Revelstoke soldiers at the front.

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