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Array Buy Your Goods
AT 70ME
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The Mail-Herald
THE MAIL-HERALD
Published  weekly—Read
by   everyone—The     recognlaad
advertising     medium   for   tne
city and district.
Vol. 23-K  <g_5
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KEVELSTOKE. B.C,  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1916
$2.50 Per Year
REVELSTOKE ^D CROSS
HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING
Nearly 40,000 Articles Forwarded to Toronto During
Year— Auxiliaries also doing Splendid Work —
Cood Financial Statement — Reports   of Officers
The annual  meeting and election of houses, etc., iu  Revelstoke and vicin-
otticers of the     Revelstoke branch of ity. \
the Red Cross society was held in
the Y.M.C.A. on Thursday uftcrnoon.
The reports of the president,    seciw knittins  BookBi    each      lady     h&viug
B. G. CASUALTIES
The following British Columbia men
were mentioned in tbis week's casualty lists issued at Ottawa:
Killed iu Action.
Pte. James Briton Vacher, Claburu.
Pte. Thomas King, Vancouver.
Pte.  William Smith,  Homer Street,
Vancuuver, B.C.
Pte. Arthur Edward Houkes,    Deep
Cove.
Pte. M. W. Hambrook, Pavilion.
Pte. E. Croteau, Fraser Mills.
Lieut. A. G. Macdonald,   2b'4Q York
NEW TIME TABLE
To Mrs. Foote, Sr., and Mrs. Pagdin a special meed 0f thanks is     due
secret- f°r thCir     whole"hearted endeavors in'Street,  Vancouver
,  . , " knitting  nocks,    each      ladv     having    Pte. P. C. French
ary     and treasurer for the past year knitted o.er 200 pairs.
were read and adopted,     after which     In conclusion may I ask
came the election of oflicers.    B_ 	
The retiring president,     Mrs.     Kii- Society in the future as it has    done1    Pte. A. Martindale,     032
'" *"" ""'    -i-~ +>.-♦   .u „_! first Avenue E., Vancouver.
Pte. W. Walker, ukalla, Burnaby
^^ R.M.D
Victoria, B.C.
that the1    Pte.  R. S. Skinner, 469 Sumas St
Press     extend     its generosity to the! Victoria.
Society in the future as it has   done1    Pte. A.
Patrick,  vacated the chair, which was ^ 1" ^ aU° thnt   the     manage,}
ment of the Y.M.C.A.  may again af-,
The new Canadian Pacific Railway
time table will take etlcct at 24.01
midnight tomorrow. Trains number
13 and It will be discontinued. The
following is thc time of arrival ami
departure of trains under tho new
schedule.
Train No. 1 from Montreal to Vancouver arrives at 4.46 p.m., and
leaves at 5 p.m.
Train No. 2 from Vancouver to
Montreal arrives at 12.31) noon, and
No. 3,  leaves at 12.45 noon.
Train No. 3 from Toronto to Vancouver arrives at 5.25 a.m. and
leaves at 5.40 a.m.
HAS THE "SINGLE TRIPPER"
GROCERY SALESMAN VISITED YOU
Most Farmers and Many Town Folk have Fallen Victim
to this Individual Always a Sad Awakening When
Cools Arive
(Copyrighted   1915.      AJI
Reserved.)
Rights
staple articles upon which he believfed
  he was making such a saving,     hava
a   ..„-„ „, ,    ,  .      . either     b-l'n omitted, and a notation
A  very close rival  in the matter of  cn the bill tu the     efleet that on ac-
tleverness to the catalogue house are count of mill troubles     or somethibg
the ' single tripper"    grocery     sales- ";lse     il    would be impossible just ab
men.     Moat    farmers know them well
nowadays and so do many town folk,
Twenty-
taken by Mrs. Tomlinson. Mrs. A. E.
Kincaid, Mrs. J. Purvis and Mrs.
Keegan were appointed scrutineers.
The voting was done by ballot and
the oflicers elected for the coming
year are:
President: Mrs. W. H. Pratt.
1st Vice-Pres.-. Mrs. Holten.
2nd  Vice-Pres.: Mrs.  Cressman.
Secretary: Mrs.  Smith Urquhart.
Treasurer: Mrs. B. R. Blacklock.
The executive committee is as lol-
iniws: Mesdames T. Downs, D. Swanney, Sonnies, W. M. Lawrence and J.
H. Hamilton.
ford     the Red Cross the privilege of j
using the library for its future work
Yours Sincerely,
HANNAH BLACKLOCK,
Died of Wounds.
present to ship them, or else if they
are shipped, the receptacle, (usually,
a heavy box i in -vhich they come ia
Train No. 4 from Vancouver to To- for theBe lads ,Jave Played uo favor- '»cl^ed In the w hi , process to
ronto arrives at HO a.ir.., ond "tea in their "skinning operations, make up the weight stipulated in the
leaves at 1 ''5 am They wiU drop ofl a west boUnd pa6S"  contract—a very binding    instrument.
On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur- ewger train of a,winter    ™™ng at as m08t Iarm 0UDQ t0 their
Pte. Thomas Charters, Aspea Grove day~ thcTtrain' from"~tove_to1-e~ to some country village, a clothing grip Borrow. Iu cases where tbe • leaders"
Arrowhead    leaves Revelstoke at 7.15  in ODe hand and * 8amPle ca8e in the  are rot shipped at all the other stuff
the othor-    Tllls     is  the complete outiit.  nevertheless will invariably be   there,
B.C.
Pte. Charles Maner Hardie, Eso_uim-
Secretary.,' alt.
I Previously Reported     Missing,     Now
Pte.     Thomas     McLaughlin,     1927
Main Street, Vancouver.
Pte. Fred C. Day, Crawford Bay.
Admitted to Hospital.
Pte. Wm   G. Oakley, Prince Rupert.
Wounded and Missing.
Pte. Wm. Wilson, MM Broadway E.,
The President, Mrs. T. Kilpatrick's,
1 report is as follows:
Members of the Revelstoke branch
of the Red Cross Society:
I Ladies: You have heard the reports
of your secretary and treasurer and I
am sure you must feel that your
work has been most successful. It Vancouver, B.C.
Heartv vrrfp. n, n,    , ,  ^7^ be itnP°ssiWe to     mention in- Missing.
;£~r ~ rr-™ rt0 ta" "*" At. S£5l -c—
J'ir -n " ~ _rrr —«•'-«• — ~"*c*"e8'*'"'
iock s, report is as follows: the Duchess nf r^„„„.,  _._ „._     -,
Madam   Pr«.i.W      i n « "llcness of Connaught,  who    was     Pte. Robert J. Ahlcrs, Saanich.
The membership is as follows:     life The Mayor,     W.  A. Gordon,     N   R Wounded
members,    four;     active members, 84; Brown,  and the local nre,, L <.„• f    r   t    r,eA'
associate members, 148. courtesies- K   r    M n I ^'^ *     "'' U 0v™W*< ^velstoke.
Number of regular meetings   46 -o^ffo.    netv't • ***     Pte' Howard *^1    Hatch,     2586
Number nf Jtr.r7i        \ , assistance     in     shipping Sixth Avenue West, Vancouver.
rais^L ey*T   nm<!nt8 gWen f0f S%£r ;h° W°rted - fait*      Pte- Ja™ ™«*«. ^Valley «- heen called off, the department ot "
6   "-""=},  L3. muy in the makine nf    aur^i^ni r> n    v — ,  l l asses
'■"king of   surgical sup- P.O., B.C. labor     has   no particulars as to the n, I ... "
that his   home
a.m. Returning   to     Revelstoke     —   ... . .    . .,    ,      , ,   _ ,
train arrives at 12 40 noon registering in at tne local hotel  and the farmer will have to accept it
On'Wednesday,    Friday and Sunday they arrange with th„e f1™* man f°r "nleps he has beei1     'vl*e    enou^ w
the train from Revelstoke to Arrow- a ** and th^ are off for their prey. write over the face of the     order ba-
,head    will    leave Revelstoke at 11.30     F™m fH"" to farm they go, repre- fore signing it that  unless tbe entire
'a.m.     Returning to  Revelstoke     the sent'nf?     tll(;»'selve9   to be connected order     is     shipped    within a certain
.    . . mtmm Wlth some wholesale grocery house in  time   that it shall be considered can-
train arrives at 4.35 p.n.. ... ,_, ,
,    On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur- '\ dlStM   Clt,y-   rhcSe chap8 are '"°St celted' Such orders »"■     of     cou"e'
'days only, the boat goes South from !,lways    E1DBle tnppers'    "presenting never shipped. They are "dead     bust-
,    -  _, ..    some drin of absolutely no   responsi- ness."
Arrowhead,     on     the   arrival of the
i.    .    . „     , .   , bihty     and     who,    under no circum- QI\ E LOCAL DEALER A  CHANCE.
: train from P.evelstoke.
_    „, .      , „ ., ,      □„     stances, will ever cover the same ter-     When  vour home merchant asks for
On Wednesdays, Fridays and     Sun-    .. ,   .
ritory twice. your patronatre his appeal   is    based
The bait they use is to quote ex- solely on the ground of dollars, qual-
reptionally low prices on two or ity and service. He believes it means
three staple articles, such as sugar, as much to you as it does to him in
coflee or tobacco, prices that they those terms to give him the opportu.
know are away under tbe local mer- nity to offer for your comparison his
chant. The thrifty farmer is at once prices an.l quality before sending
interested in such prices, and ima- your order away from home,
gines he is doing a fine stroke of bUB-     So tbe next time you     contemplate
days only the  boat arrives from  the
South and    makeB a close connection
■ with the traici for Revelstoke.
411 trains will carry mail and bag-
'eage.
Written Report
To Be Forwarded'^rtl^rtrrfr^rof those 8ta-
rood     about it tbat it is quit^y" 2^- Tt   " ^^   ^ °T
the for the salesman to load a      V7- £ "__*£ ZTjETmrnS
Btatement   that the impending strike J^J tZe'ZfiZZ " Toi £.Tl_ ^t "" ^ S'
etc..    an inferior lot'of stuff ^an^ ht^re ^   ^
merchant    wouldn't on the entire order.     In a £rlt ^
OTTAWA, October 27.—Beyond
him     under any circum- fairness     suppose    you try that just
once. If he can't save you any money
buyer  wil,  invariably find  that  those your heart is in the right^e.   ^
when  goice through Revelstoke over- Procunier,
8ea*' II1 starting another year,     i   trust
There were nineteen     shipments   ol the     efforts     and     successes will be
hospital   supplies     to    headquarters, greater than in the pastf'   Manv hav.
Toronta,     during the last year, con- lost interest and    enthusiasm      have
ceed the findings of the minority report delivered two years ago, is not
known. It is considered probable
that the terras of the agreement will
be made public from Winnipeg and
not Ottawa.
The minister olf labor has   received
MILITARY CROSS
IS AWARDED TO
LOCAL SOLDIER
sisting of   the
1,
following:     Dressing '"llec, by the way.  When wc see what Road, Victoria.
an assurance from    G. D. Robertson,1
^IbalaTZL^htl-'Z: S, S'and cSSfii J™*!    P^6' ^ _" Ft ^ ^     * * ""— — "
dian      R^ri      cm«  L,nr.^      m        l      m     , ,  l Coulthard for sue-     Pte. Freo Borden Welsh, Manhottan Winnipeg.
Zl P^ents^Tor K£ 2^2 SS "__? SST^T*1  MFB- APftrtmentS' VaDC0UVer- That  tb* nCW ag—ft     ™™»°     Whr th     U * 	
M.    Plummer, Shornclile   Kent- PH^ Corniie'r and Miss Jofl T"' ?* ,       "' _*?? ^ ^ ^^  ^ ^^   ^^^     t0     the " de'iV6red    th6 ^ ^U »< IeaSt "ave
oners of   War  (monthly subscription), our rattles In a success     We'"!     LanetC     \ S""' T * ^ ^^ ^ bUt Whether
Lunch baskets to soldiers were pri the loss of some VToest^oZs   -mn?^mZ£^     93° HU1- """ C°nCeSSi°nS C°nf°rm «* " «
v.ded to the 34th Kootenay Regiment Mrs. McVity, Mrs. McLean and I Mrs.,    Pte. D. M. Ross, McKay P.O.
Pte. Charles L. Amas, NelBon.
Corpl. 0. L. Moubray, Nelson.
Pte. Augustus Carn.y, Nelson.
Corpl. Herbert S. Marlatt, Trail.
Pte. H. G. Mcllvrede,     441     Gorge
NATIONAL
SERVICE
COMMiSSION
forward him a written report as soon f   HadOW WiflS   Military CrOSi
—Many Friends in Revelstoke
as possible.
Mr. Robertson is given considerable
credit by the men for the successful'
outcome of this dispute. He is a high'
official of thc Telegraphers' union and
EZii hStrnSr^d^r! s.:t a„rai,y are making, t- joseph mn™> ^- ^ °f weuand- °nt- -»-««-«•_•■.. . 	
mm    12.     sheets 7, pairs, towels 1,, ^retiring from office I would    like' couter ^  KC"neth Mackenzie' Van"
wash cloths 200,    miscellaneous fcand. to   thank   the faithful few who, rain     Pte. 'jarr.es Henrv   Victoria
ages 144S, compresses 44G4,    old linen "r shine,    attended our meeting .t*      Pte   Pvril w„ .           'Ct0na'
in bundles,     miscellaneous pads 469.'!, -re always ready to he.7   Ztakes  ver          '      HUghM'     ^ ^^
=™J=~ S 'i~£:~ i7rL" ^ " 5»=.T jir-.- - - - -—-
of 30795 articles. d t0 do what     Pte- J°lln' M' McK™7.ie, Nanaimo. 	
Three    auxiliaries     to     the
The many friends and aqquaintanres
n man of high ability. It isisaid here    , ,.    .  ■    ,,   ,
mmmmmm*** ..of Laiitain Hadow,     formerly a risl-
u»a "«7'„.„t ,„ ,„ ^^Mi™:1' b" '■" "-«■ Womens' forom
isasajzr- - - K£K ^~m£ ,^7 —' — ™-
Nakusp-  25 night shirts,     172    hos-  hef,n during the tmr, Mor.    . , o„m      ».  ,
Pltal     shirts,     24 paira oonvaJm «' Red Cro« mi:0 ye8rB °' °Ur ,0-     Cunncr Nl"an    J' ''-mings,     123
shoes,    51 pairs     socks,     «4 handker-
Ottawa—Wm Have Nothing
Directly to do Wiih Recruiting or Militia   Department
Victoria.—After attending the   sessions of the Board of National     Ser-
tbe Uritish forces  fighting in  Krame. ^ Z?Sti* ££__? *"
will be delighted to learn that he has turned    I   ■ ,t/, .'    , ' "aS T
received  the  military  Cross.      having tn.  mhn^hTSeX .T.SS"in
distinguished    htmself 0D several   ,c- the public pre.s concern^ the plan!
fleets Officers
casions.
e
socks,       	
chiefs, 81 w^ash cloths, 1443 mouth
wipes, 67 pairs pyjamas, 5 hot water
nottle covers, 5 bundles old linen, 1
pair mitts; a total of 1938 articles.
Made up from material supplied from
local branch: 120 pairs socks, 10
shirts, 12J prs. pyjamas; making a
total of 142. articles.
West Demurs- 7 shirts, 8 pairs
socksi lj pairs pyjamas.
Malakwa   7 pairs pyjamas, 5 shirts.
On the 12th of July a communication was received from headquarters
that the making of surgical and hos-
MEMBER FOR
REVELSTOKE
IS BEREAVED
Miss Cecelia R. Green Daught
er of Mr. R. F. Green, M.P.
Passes Away at Early
age of 25
pital supplies be suspended until further   notice, and that other comforts Miss Cecilia R.  Green, only daueh-' "HMter.
were more urgently required. ter of     Mr. R. F   Green   M p           a     "     "
On thc 23rd of August   a communi- 'Mrs. Green, of 502 Rupert Street   W Victoria
cation  wns received  from   His Honor t'"'1*. die:! on Monday evening  '   she'    '
LtVnK,    r'","t- f;°VPrnor   of had Dot CDi0yed very «"od health for Hill.
H      1 m S     J','0-™"" f"n<lB   f°r ,Z°     feftr" "a8t' 'oilowi^ " -ere!    Sergt. G. Moore, Sirdar
n      n       .       """   °r°M 5,nCl0ty on "'88'  bUt the end **» lUite     unex-'    Oman U.  Speight   Tener^l   n.1<
Our Day,"  Thursday,  m„   Octoher. P-W and her loss comes" a. a bea"   ery, Kamloops           '    ^^  ^
wl    "raise,     "' "T   mU" '" ^  S^JL0,   " ""'°nU »d a wide «*"!•     **»" Wm-  Hawson
wns     raised    by „  "house to house"  »f Tlcnda. | Street, Vancouver.
tBZ*T. i, I   Mi8'' Greer'was horn at Illecillewaet     f'aptaln   Hurh R.     Mnst»rd
Thb report wo,,,    not be complete B.O., twanty-flv, years ago, and spent ''-roll Stmt   Victoria
Without npeoial  reference to thc great *°™ of the early y0aTa ,,, her ^ ftt °"*'
tbere appears to be more or     less ol
Word was received     last     week   by  a misunderstanding     in  the  minds of
Mrs. H. II. McVity ol Oolden,     tlat  .he public, As  , matter of fact,     tha
  |Capt. Efrland <;. Hadow    of the 51th dutii.s of the board may be described
A large representative     meeting   of  West     Yorkshires,   had been awar/ad  in the terms of   the     order-in council
Howe Street, Vancouver.                        women     assembled   at the City Hall the     Military     Cross,   particulars of rs a board of national bei i ic-. It will
Corol.  ,M W. Fletcher, Willow Park,  lust Monday evening to elect    otlicers whicli have not yet been made pubic,  have, directly, nothing to de. with re-
Victoria,                                                     for the Woman's Korum.                        | but it is understood tO'he mostly 'or muting, nothing te. do with the mil-
Pte. Kugene M. Gillot, 1039 Melville     The Constitution of  the Korum waa Ins patrol work,    une instance of   lis  il   I   I            ent, will not     be    under
.•-trret, Vancouver.                                    first adopted. This,  in  brief, spccitlcs daring     was recited some weeks aito.   that     department  nor act fur it.    Its
Pte. P. G. Bidder, Cranbrook.             three principal clauses:    oqual     Iran-   rhe commanding ollicer told him tlat   work,  briefly, ia to take  an n.i..ntary
/ Pte. Albert    K.     Clarke,     Sub. 10, chiso, equal pay for equal work, aad during the night u German Hag    tad   ,'.  tbe  : of Canada for    tha
Burnside i>nd Harriet Road P.O.           an equal atandurd of morals. Tho ot>- bwn planted in No-man's Land.    The  purpose     of tabulating such  informa-
Pte. Arthur Hutchinson, 1735 Stain- ject of the Korum is to arouse worn- next    night Capt, Hadow picked nine  tion and endeavoring tu get tbe pub-
bury-Ave.. Vancouver.                             en's liytorest und guin their co-opera-  men to go with     him    to capture It.   Mc generally in Canadu to work with
Pte. P. P. Norman,     10OC   Georgia tion in public allairs.     Tho Koruir. ia Creeping out ahead of his     men     he  it for the purpose ..( using that man-
Street, Vancouver.                                   strictly non-partizan.   The wifo of un tied a rope around     the tlagstafl »nd  power to tli ist  possible advanta<ge
Sergt. John D. McPhee, C05 Winder- M.P.P. or an M.P. is debarred   from  "hen     be   returned to his party tbey   .it this particular time in the wur.
mere Street, Vancouver. holding any oilice    in     the    society, pulled tho rope. As     the     flag     Mas     'tit is well known," suid Mr. Grwn,
Pte. J. H. Potts,     1C3 Joseph St.,   Nomination and election of oflice.rB is was jerked  nway u. terrific    cxplos'on  "that Canada has  sent ninny men to
Victoria. , by ballot   only.     Tho ollicers elocted resulted     and   Gorman machine guns,  the trenches     who might have served
D. S. Rashleigb,    New West- for tho present yeur are: , which had  been trained on tho   spot,  the country,  being skilled     men,    by)
|    President: Mrs. W. A. Sturdy. commenced firing. Fortunately all the being retained at home at their voca-
Pte. L. FJ. Fairbairn, Mount Tolmie     1st Vice-Pros.:     Mrs. Andrew Mein- paity regained tbo    trench     without tions     for which they are fitted.   On
tyro. loss. Capt. Hadow and his men wero  tbe other hind,    there is no doubt a
Driver F.  A.    Macfarlano,      Cobble     2nd Vicc-Prcs.: Mrs. C. H. Hume.       commended by their commanding ofti- large number of men still   in Canada
Ird Vice-Pros/ Mrs.  Southworth.     ' COT, who wrote to Mrs. Hadow, prsis-  who could do better    work     ut     tho
Corresponding Secretary: Mrs. Stov-.lng     bor    husband for the service he fr .nt.     Wc-     propose to organize the
hud done.     After Capt.   fladow   bad  whole Dominion.     Wc will get an in
Recording Secretary Miss Katun.      ' given each of thc nine men a strip of  ventory     first    and   then classify tba
Treasurer: Mrs. Telfer. the flag lie sent tbo ron.ainder   borne,  men as to the occupation    which,    IB
An executive will be appointed this     Revolstoke should be proud tbat one  our minds,  they are best     suited lor
Lieut.
ens.
784    Keefer
-iTfitSTS the attention o. ^^^0^/^ "Z S.VS? ^ ^ ^ ~» "*
help which has been  given to the so- '<as,o.  She was educated in Victoria   '« *" tbe work „, women's orean^T T^ ***   ^     ,0W     Wom<* "" ,io"ht lhi« n™« will     be received Tier the nrT"      "'     !! '*" l'm
defeTby „,! its    members    and     the atterfing the High ,chool ..J^ tion. she was . ^Z^TZ £",   °S" T ^"^ ** TOt" W'th     'h° *™tMt « interest b" his «2     mniti       » tTT"' ^   **' t0
variiut.     ,odgos and ^snlzatlons In Utto. In the   Art. Course .   McGil, Women's Cniverslt    c ,    n     I, o bl JS^CS '"""^ "^^ T" '^    °»Pt-  "^ ^ " *•" n™   tie th     In"   22 ^
the city, together wit,, our    klndred Univewlt)      Bright, deTc.r ftnd vo^ longed to the Udlea' MuSl Club        !     ,.    ^    "nraced to can- 1,s,od flS « ^^°   with    the    29th „, this LSiWr   i       0r.      e meD
ms ifn,luns at Nakusp, Went Demurs, -ed of ,  mo.1 e.gaging porsornhty     Besides ber   parents,    Miss  °2L   .h,     t ^ ^ " **"* 6nd ^^ at VanCotlver «»     ^tober, ,    ,^ ''    _Z   ^l ^ ""
SM Malakwa, also   he many    don_  she wu ter, pop„M nDd form., „/- leaves    one    brother     (apt   R  H      7 H M^nT^' ,Mm"nn tha l9W' Upon re"chin« ^^ he tran. Lie s   " n t .n   ri' "S t0°l
Ions,     botH  monthly and ,,„i,„ wise,' mnny does friendships.    Although her Om.,  who is payn.aster of the 5 "h b    ,       T T"m1ay' ^"^ W' "^     t0 th" "th  Wefit Vorkshires,  s fs   n        "In    Ft?*
trom     private     [.dividual.,  business bealtl ..vented her from Wnc nCt' Battalion, C.K.F ' " ^J?" 'Uy ,,nHHil,,e for registra-, having been given   a commission     In manufacturing Une.,
tion. The meeting then utTJourned.     • that regiment. I — PAGE TWO
t —:
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1.46-
£bc   li
\1
Published evei y
RKN'I I.
Miturday at
(TM iii Htr li i   Publishing
Company,  1 limited
F. E. GIGOT,  Manager und    Editor
" - *_£___>
ATURDAY, OCTOBER 2S,  1. 16.
A VITAL Q J-STIOH
The woir.en    ol     Revelstoke    have
tj known as the   "Wo-
,,n |   will take up,
• ■...■ est i. ns, tbo "Buy at
H .. , bli n. The merchants are
.,     ,     to meet  iiu'   Indies    halfway
Pstion is ol si.-li vital Im-
• I..    I toke that every or-
Tho home niorcbant or manufacturer allows any customer to examine
his merchandise and nroducts without
tirst  paying the money into his hands
Good people, stop and think! Ask
for local products; demand then, from
your retailer. Also get acquainted
with the producers. " Get acquaint -1
with all the business concerns, Lot
this mattei sink deep, for it means
much to che future of our city.
Our town Bhould get ALL    of     the Mass.   First Fridays
trade in our trade area,    We    don't    ■
worry  about our    neighbouring towns
business,     We have enough to do to
ta'te care of our OWN. Hut we should
A  Money - Saving
A Bottle  of  Bovril   in  the   kitchen will  cut
down     butcher's    bills.      It  enormously   increases the nourishing value of food—iti fact, its bodybuilding powers have been proved ten to twenty times
the amount taken.    It must be Bovril.
Mass  at 8 a.
Benediction and Rosary at   7:30
get Al.l. of our own. The best way to
ST.  PETER'S CHURCH
October 29th,     Nineteenth    Sunday
after     Trinity.     Holy
a.m.     Matins     nnd   Litany, 11 a.m
get after ibis money is to   tell    the Sunday School 2.M.
truth about  the     man or the system  Nov. 1st, All Saints Day, Holy Com
tii it  is taking it away.
IkOM THE SANCTUMS
munion, S a.m. Nov. 2nd. All Souls',
Holy Communion ll a.m, Memorial
service for men from the parish fallen
in the war, S p.m.
Rev. B. 0. Freeman, Pastor.
"The Gospel to the Weary" will be
the subject of t.he    address     at     the
morning     service     beginning     at  11
o'clock.  In the evening    service,     be-
,,,„ g' ginning    at    7.80, thc subject of the
address will be "The Power that is of
' g 7.30 lOod."    At this service the choir will
I render the anthem "Holy Art Thou,"
set      to      the    LargO from  Xerxes  hy
Handel.  Strangers cordially welcomed
Because of the British   Nu\y,     und
r no other reason, Sir Wilfrid Laur-
l take thc matter up  ier todaj   is still a Uritish     subject.'
lie     is not compelled to take oil his
hat tu Prussian officers. He is free to1
travel and 'free to pose,     free to lill
an,l I.,.      e .   .    i.,ke  me ney at home.
-rb.- ,  ti at  the merchants
:. exorbitant price for their ,limsdf iVJth the ea8t winQ uml Un-
_■ ods. The merchants claim that ill profitable talk. His principle, he tells
thi  cost    of freighl  and postage were his devotees
I to the articles bought    out of P
;     .      the pi ice would be practically
v
This is  without    a     doubt     Revel- Becona and third battle squadrons in
Btoke's gi  atest  problefin..    Ten thous-  ihe North Sea brought Germany     at
aud dollars Is sent away each month,
is tins ae.- a matter that  could     be
In .. by the Board of Trade?
is that we must not
A principle that does not
apply all round is no principle at all
but a folly. Does Sir Wilfrid suggest
that     tlu'     existence of the tirst and
CKILDHL!S AHD JOYRIDING
our throats'' Let hin. lir.ik hands with
tin  ineffable Bryan    and    make   the
round   of the Chatauqua circuit, but
if he stays in Canada let him     walk
softly when passing the gates of Bedlam. We in Canada know     well what
military  preparedness means,    for tbe
In I.e.'in- over our exchanges    our  nlVy is    certainly a military force af
• ■    -   ,n     i9 arrested by the number  the finest temper.     Our   coasts have
■    orted, and one parti- ;e » scarcely even menaced.    Without
„-„■. the navy's  watchful care Halifax and
,   : ■ , >.,. Beems to occur
Vancouver     would     no   longer exist.
v.ry [re   . ntly. We refer to the acci-  wuhout ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ I
i,   to the dangerous been over in a f(nv m, |U|1S    and   our
ial!     boys and girls rulers     would     be today a crowd of
on to the Mack of wagons. Teuton murderers.—Daily  News,  Tor-
Th   :. Me . Ii i case In point:
sustained
COMMUNICATIONS
B result of injuries
l-y falling from   the back e.f a wagon
on wl.       I S  riding," little
A ■ e     v, v- i  ol Victoi ia, thc 7 year
■ Mr. and Mrs. John    Watson has t'ied.     The little lad jumped
ol the wai on.     lost    h
To the Editor of the Mail-Herald:
Sir;   in  reply  to  Mayor  McKinnon's
attack on me in the   City  Chamber's
last  mr ' :n.    i     ii a-. li.      this     the
ittai     evei      pulled   ofl
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TOMORROW'S Sr.RV:
CATHOLIC.
St. Francis eburch, McKenzie a i
and Fifth street, Pastor, itev. J. n,
MacKenzie.   Sunday   services      Low
Wuhh nt H a.m. and High Muss at
10:30 a.m. every Sunday. Sunday
school for thc children at 2:80 p.m.,
Elenedlctlon and Rosary at 7:30 p.m.,
Confessions Saturday i to fi and i-.'.vi
to ll p.m. and Sunday morning 7:30
to R. Weeks days:—Mass every morning at 7 o'clock, Oonfeselona    boforc
MIOTHOniST CHURCH
(Corner of McKenzie Avenue and
Third Street).
Trying to do business without smI-
vertlslng is like winking at a pretty
girl through a Pair of green goggles.
You know what you are doing but
nobody else does.
ASK   FOR
SHAMROCK BRAND
HAMS   BACON   BUTTER   LARD
TRY OUR  PEA MEAL BACKS
P. Burns C& Co. Ltd.
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OF RESTFUL SLEEP
That's only 36c. a year; who can't afford that?
No other mattr.-s compares with the OSTLi.MOOR
for rt.M-t, comfort, hedthfulness and true economy.
\\ ben you pay less, you £_>'l infinitely less—every
time.   Moreover, the'yirst cost is the only cost oi
THE FAMOUS
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I.. oV f.er the name woven in the Binding as on this adver! i-.'-
ltM there I  r ; '.ur protection.   A-U yonr dealer for the
.n,..,r ..r wrin  to u.^ for the nanw of ncan^l agent
The Alaska Bedding Co. Limited
M i Iri rs nf Dothteadt and Bedding   ..s\V
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AGENTS
&   CO.,    I/FI).
REVELSTOKE
25 per cent
P.eciuction
Millinery
25 per cent
Reduction
All nery will be sold
cent   Reduction
ladies Jhoas
hoes.
■ • i    ■   .. i.e i,t  and ki.l,
'/■. 50 to  ( 50.
,„ 00
ieOomens Underwear
J)n is)inter Weight
EBxce it morterati
■\,,,,,.-], ty, pi Ice '.0 . i i.i
v. t      feel      i. price SI.00.
Cotnbln it lonn prlcen   SI ? S to 3.00.
Fred Young & Co,
THE    CANADIAN    BANK
OF   COMMERCE
Capital $15,<HK),0U0. Reserve $13,500,000.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Accounts may lie opened and operated by mail
MONEY   ORDERS
Issued liy this bank form a most Convenient way of remitting small
sums of money by mail and may be obtained without delay
SAFETY   DEPOSIT BOXES
to rent Information regarding whicb will be furnished on applloatlon
REVELSTOKE BRANCH W.J. COULTHARD Manager
Factory Phone 26]
P.O.Box i::i
Residence Phone 211
Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
O. W. Abrahamson,  Proprietor
We^can till any orders of windows or doors or anything
in the factory lino
We   also   carry   a  complete stock of building mateials
LUMBI'l R, SHINOLKS.LATl IS & MOULDINGS,
CEMENT, WOODFIBRE, LIME & BRICK
ESTIMATES  GIVEN   FREE
What's in a Name ?
Well, lt Just depends. When you hear ol Hobso. Braad
you naturally feel.hungry. The crisp brown exte.".or anO
the appetising white Inside are Moth si<gas of tha too*
floor we use and the care we take to bake It just rights
Try lt Ior yourself—we do not fear the result.
Phone 41
HOBSON'S
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   MEN'S  WEAR
Union Hotel
A. P. LKVKSQUK, Proprietor
FIRST STREET,  REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh from own Ranch
O RI F N T A I      Suitably furnished with the
HOTEL
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor
choicest the market affords.
Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. Rates $1 a day.
Monthly rates.
IMPURE DRINKiNG WATER IS
THE FRIEND OF DISEASE
Our CARBONATED BEVERAGES nre manufactured trom absolutely pure syrups and thrice filtered water. Their use ls beneficial to HEALTH and a pre»entatlve ol DISEASE.
Try our Ginger Ale, Cream 8oda, Ginger Beer, &c. The mountain water la riot Simon   Pure ln the Kood old summer time.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers Direct Importers SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 19-16.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE   THREW
Direct
From Trapper
To Wearer
SUMMARY OF
COLLECTION
Total Collected and  Forwarded to Toronto for British Red
Cross $384.45
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You run nave tlta many middlemen*! pmnts
by aecunittf your fur garments from ua.
Wo luiv our Raw Fum direct frum th? Trapper* for
cash, mid m*p rhe I . «t cash liuj-cn of .aw lura in
Canada, buying Ulruvt from tha trapper.
Thufc fii<fi mt- manufactured Into stylish fur sets and fur
coati ni thu lowftit puiNible cost, umiistent with thn heit work-
manahip.
Then ■.-• aril thrm direct tn jou at thu very low catalog prices, Wc par
ill deliver) chni'ii tt,
, w'mmv';:;'v !r'',l1 ,l,,''r'   P?8»J1VE QUARANTER OF SATIS-
FACTION io \oi ,,,. y0ur nlbney hack.
Our i ''ca for inr wit*, and fur garments Inat year exceeded ail ..ur e»-
pectutlona and wur- thu largest In the history of the houat
Tii is yea. we con lentty • ■■ peel atlll larger tales, since the peoi k realise
■ n"i .■ n ul mure the Inn-gains they obtain from Haltam.
v '■ I ive in atoi u a large and vai k*d uaaortmenl of all the artlclei shown
• our PUR SI". 1.:. BOOK and can gi i ran too PROMPT SHIPMENT.
PRIZE CONTEST -S3U0 in Cash given away free in
li.ill, ii.'s Zoological Contest, oi Prizes—Write to*day
lor tl.e 1916-1/ edition ol
SU—MU8KRAT COAT
— Made from select dark
■ skins, well matched, deep
■shawl c illnr with cuffs
I'nc graceful flare skirt
and stylish line* of the
coat combined with the
handsoma reverse h n ler
effect B've tins garment a
very atr king appearance
maiif only 4a inches Ion .
»n aliea of buat 33 to H
Price delivered to you
$62 50.
212-MUSKRAT MUFF
«o match $10.00.
Style book
which ^ives full particul .rs of the contest and contains
:i2 illustrated pages -howing beautiful and Btylish fur
coats and sets, moderately priced.
GUNS—trap.—Anl tool n-ii yi.h
Ni.tn, Tuck]., uml ft comiilrti- linn 01
Spiirtsnit'ti H Supplle. ;c. pun-Sporta-
li._u-CuiLiilo.u-Kr.'u. ,
The following  is a statement ot receipts and   disbursements of the Bri-
i tish Red Cross collection:
; Mrs.  Somes,  east  ol station ... $ 6.50
1 Mrs. Bradshaw,   O.P.R,    Hill
and Clearview     15.00
Mrs. M. Hume and Mrs. Tomlinson, 1st  and     Intervening
streets t.i  2nd    108.25
Mrs. Downs and    Mrs. Hogan,
2nd to  3rd streets 	
Mrs. Blacklock and Mrs. (.'ress-
mnn, 3rd to 4th streets	
Mrs. S. Urquhart     and     Mrs.
Kllpatrlck, tth to 5th sts. ..
Mrs. Kincaid and Mrs, Purvis,
5th to .Mil streets 	
Mrs, Rdhhlns ami Mrs, Corning
6th, Tth, 8th and 9th    streets   31.75
Mrs. J. p, Sutherland and Mrs.
Masson.  lower town     33.20
The September payroll at 'the mines
at Rossland was over J»0,O00.
57.00
38.25
17.50
5..00
MRS, MELTON'S LETTER
To Tired Worn-out Mothers
Jackson, Miss.—"I shull feel repaid
for writing this letter if 1 can help any
tired, worn-out mother or housekeeper
to find health and  Btrength  as 1  have.
"I have a family of live, sew, cook
and do my housework and 1 became
very mueh run-down in health. A friend
asked me to try Vinol, 1 did so and now
I am well und strong and my old time
energy has heen restored. Vinol has no
superior us a toiiie for worn-out, rundown,   tired  mothers   or   In.ns.'kee).ers."
—Mrs J. N.  Melton, Jackson,  Miss.
Walter  Hews,   Druggist,   Revelstoke
B.C.,    also    at the hest druggists ir.
all British Columbia towns.
SELKIRK LODUB No. IJ
i. o. o. r.
Meeets every Thursday evening la
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethern cordially Invited.
DAVID RABBITT, N.G.
JAMBS MATHlb.. decretory.
REVELSTOKE NURSERIES
CUT FLOWERS  & PLANTS
Phone 056
eRevelstoke Lotl^e
No. 1086
LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOHE
M' eta every second
and Fourth   Tuesday
iii   Smythe's    Hall.
Visit:ii(; Brethren are cordinllv m-
ALI.AX K. FYFE, Die.
II. L. HALMi, Sec.
tritod.
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No. II
KNIGHTS  OK PYTHIAS
Meets  every    Wednesday  sveBlni
at    8  o'clock,    In  Selkirk  Hall.
Visiting    brothem     o.nrdlallr   Is-
vitsd.    W. POTTRUFP, O. G.
R. GORDON, K of R. S.
£ G. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Wo specialize in
MotallloColllngs, Corrugated Roofing, Furnace Work and up-
to-dato Plumbing
Work
Work Shop -t'onnauRht Ave.
REVELSTOKE      -      -    B.C.
KOOTENAY  LODGE,  No.   1*.
.A. F. an* A. M.
Regular Meeting! are held la
New Masonic Hall oa the Koartk
Monday ln esach month nt I p.m.
Visiting brethren art cordially
welcoms.
C. R. SKENE, W.  M.
ROUT.   GORDON,  Psemary
DR    T.   HEARD
jENTIST
OVKR      IMPERIAL     BANK
R.W. I' lb-fi, iirc the Ittnl.e
fish ttuyprftol Unv Pun <l,r.>rt fro.
tho Trnpppr In Canada. - Our Ui,
Fur Quotatlout Bent l'rc«.
THE
,.  _      LAriGEST
.am in our
Limited      LINE IN
763 HALLAM BUILDING, TORONTO. CANADA
Address
its
follows
onn
f$M7>\
en Wanted for the Navy f
The Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer
Reserve, wants men for imme
$  diate service Overseas, in
the Imperial Royal Navy
Total r'ceived to Oct 19   ... <$866.45
Received Oct. 20       2.00
Draft forwarded Oct.  20     3G8.45
Received ln'er and forwarded
Octob"!   2f.       IG.00
$384.45
Candidates mint he sons of    £>_*-.
s     natural born British subjects -*.,
^     and be from It to 38 years
ol age.
"O A \T SI.10 per day end upwards.    Free Kit.
•*■ ■* Separation allowance, $_M).!>0 monthly.
\pi ly ;o the nearest Naval Recruiting St.uicn
s
$ Department < f tl.e Naval Service, OTTAWA.
%tii_
___s
nwnnm
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ot Canada,  Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
1
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
THAU- BRAND PIG LEAD, BLUESTONB AND SPELTER
n
ESTABLISHED
18 7 5
IMPERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
CAPITAL PAID UPS7.000.OOO- RESERVE FUND$7.000.000
PELEG HOWLAND. PRESIDENT. E. HAY, GENERAL MANAGER.
HEAD OFFICE : TORONTO
BANK BY MAIL
Deposit accounts may be opened and operated by mail if more
convenient   to  you  than   personal   visits   to   nearest   brooch.      11
REVELSTOKE BRANCH,   A. B. Mc     1NEGHAN, Manager
Many Donations
and Much Work
The Red Cross Society held its last
weekly meeting for the present    year!
in the library ol the Y.M.O.A., Wednesday,     with President Mrs. Kilpat-
lick in thi! chair.  Much business was
conducted     and good work turned in,'
the following being the list to date:   j
Mrs. Pagdin, S pairs Bocks.
Mrs, McAlpine,   Mrs. Copeland, and
Mrs. TanK', 3 pairs socks each.
Mrs. Jollifle, Mrs. Payne, Mrs. Russell. Mrs. McGiven, Mrs. H. Cook, 2
pairs sucks each.
Mrs. W. Mi.nis, Mrs. Pearse (Monte
Creek), eMrs, Sargwant,   Mrs. A. Wilson,   Mrs. ,1. Palmer, Mrs. Rabishia.l
Mrs. Towse,  Mrs. V. Terry,   Mrs. A.!
Drage,   Mrs.   Swanney.   Miss May   .lol-
lifle, Miss Hun., I pair socks each.
Mrs. Wadman, 1 pair pyjamas (vol-,
tmtary seeing).
To the list already published ol
members of the l.e.l Cross Society
must be added Mrs s. Holmes, active; Mrs,  A.   .1.   Johnson    and     Mm.
, Keegan, associate.
The following donations     were    re-
' ceived with grateful thanks from the
local    branrh      Mrs.   I. L. Smith, $2
j (monthly dnnationl;    Mrs. R. Law $2
i i.nd Mrs. Fleming $1.
j   A cheque for $4..'0 was received from
( Mrs. Lees of Rogers Fass, heing the
(olle^tion at a small dance held thero
j October 13.
| As anno meed last week a cheque
for (50.OQ has been received per    Mr.
I Mathie     from    'he Selkirk Lodge No.
12, I.O.O.F., for Red Cross work. Al-!
su a cheque fe.r $25.00 from tho International Brotherhood of Maintenance
cf-Way Employees,    Revelstoke i.odgo
|No. 208, per Mr, A. Fiacki.org. To
these organizations the very hest
thanks     of the Revelstoko Rod Cross
j Society are tendered for their genor-
osity in responding io the appeal
made.
HANVAH BLAOKLOOK,
Secretary
tKo Snbegtorg
THOSE WHO,   FROM  TIME TO  TIME,   HAVE  FUNDS  REQUIRING
INVESTMENT.   MAY   PURCHASE  AT  PAR
nmimm of Canada debenture stock
IN   SUMS OF  $500  OR   ANY   MULTIPLE  THEREOF.
Principal repayable 1st October, 1919.
InLert-r. payable half-yearly, 1st April and 1st October by cheque; i free
of exchange at any chartered Bank in Canada) at the rate of five per cent
p«: annum from the date of purchase.
Holders of this stock v/ill have the privilege of surrendering at par and
accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash, Ln payment of any allotment
made under any future war loan issue in Canada othir than an issue of
Treasury Bills cr other like short date security.
Proceeds of this stock are for war purposes only.
A commission of one-quarter of one per cent will be allowed to recognized bond &...1 dock brokers on allotments made in respect of applications
for this stock which bear their stamp.
For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa.
DEPARTMENT  CF  FINANCE. OTTAWA,
OCTOBER   7th,  1916.
I    The sawmill at Golden has     closed.
The season's cut wns 21,500,000 feot.
Proved Accuracy
Dominion has stood the test
and is the only ammunition
made in Canada.    When you need a
■hot shell of proved accuracy and dependability that will respond instantly to aim and
trigger-pull insist on
Dominion Shot Shells
Their leniitive primeri, tbeir proof a£ainit climatic chnnflci and
their balanced load hat made Dominion the best ahot sheila (or
partridge, ducks, prairie chicken, and all Canadian amall game.
Imperial,   Canuck,   Sovereign,   Regal   and   Crown   are
Dominion   Shot   Sheila   that   meet   the  accuracy teat.
Send  today for ont attractive  tree haager
"A. Chip of the Old ..lock".
Dominion    Cartridge
Company   I-imit»<l,
'"I     TrauporUtlon   Bldtf..
e<*W Monlr..!.
Revelstoke
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
J Revelstoke Departmental Stores J^=^J
Family Shoe
Outfitters
DRY  GOODS   DEPARTMENT
New GEORGETTE CREPE, In
colors of Cream. White, rink,
Flesh, Mai/" and Black. The
fine, tilmy Crepe so fashionable
for w.usts, sleeves, etc. 40 inches wide.  :it, per yard,     $1.75
CREPE DE CHI NE, t.U colors,
tin.', soft wca pure Bilk, very
much ns.'.! for waists, dresses,
and in .e ■ , unit Iona also for
p.wns and underwear, at per
yard   $2.00
LADIES' AFTERNOON & EVENING DRE88E3 in great variety
in Silks, Crepe-de-Chene and
Serges; also some very pretty
combinations of Velvet and Silk
nnd Serge and Silk. A special
purchase. Dress s at SI 5.00 to
 S25.00
Yard Wide TAFFETTA SILK,
Chinon finish. All the leading
shades, Including Black; scarce
goods and an1 sure to advance
in pri-e, at  l>er  yard   $1.75
CORDUROY VELVET, 27 inches
v. de, heavy pile, wide cord, for
Boys' Suits. Women's Coats,
etc. All colors, including White,
at per yard   85c.
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
It V 11 ROAD  '. MMSTI.KT.
SPECIAL
Made Irom soft grade Split Leather, with a firm stiff cuff.
Trice 75 cents pair.
NEW BOOTS FOR WOMEN
A few of the newest lasts arc now on our shelves. It is to your interest to see them. The popular sh ie for the present season is plain
black—the fancy features of the warmer months have dropped out, but
many beautiful effects are shown in black patent and kid with cloth
tops.
The eight inch top is going well atad prottises to be a favorite.
11.ith iMitton and lace boots are good with about an equal percentage
in the showings.
We are sole agents for the J. 4   IM Bell Women's Shoes.
Prices $5.00 to  $6.00.
GROCERY  AND   CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN  MADE  MARMALADE   I   PANCAKE AND SYRUP SEASON
Try a lar 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 LARGE PRUNES,
WHITE PIOS AND APRICOTS—
THEY ARE DELICIOUS.
Sell Rising Bu-kwheat Flour ln
packages.
Rogers Pure Sugar Syrup, I, I,
10 and 20 pound tins.
Pride of Canada Pure Maple
Syrup, quarts Md halt gallon
tins.
Crown Brand eOorn Syrup, I and
5 pound tins.
Lyle's English Syrup, 2 pound
tins.
Maple Flavored Syrup tn quarts
t and 1 gallon tins.
Premium Ha:.., Dominion H m,
Premium BreakfaBt Bacon, Domlcr
ion Breakfast Bacon, V-'a Meal
Back Bacon, Back Bacon «n4
Oooked Ham. VAZIS FUT-B
THE   MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
p
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1?1&_.
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
Mrs.  W. B.  Donaldson leaves today The regular monthly tr.eotlng of the
lor :i holiday visit     to    relatives   in Hoard     of   Trade will be held In the
Vancouver.                                                   I City Hall next Thursday evewing.
Miss Madge Wilson returned     home The tender of $750.00 of    A.  1'rado-
from     the     coast lastVeek and will Uni     for improvements to the power
spend  the winter iu town. dam was accepted by the city council
-.ir 'ast right,
Ex-Aid.  Mackenrot  and     Mrs. Mackenrot art; leaving the end   of     this
week fur a holiday trip east.
Dr. W. H. Sutherland returned from
the coast yesterday.
R. D. McDonald has    again     taken
charge of the Capitol barber shop.
Mr. Alex Little left last week for
Alberta, to work at his trade in the
employ of Mr, Ralph Lawreuce.
Lionel Laing, the young son of Mr.
aud Mrs. F. W. Luiug, spent this
week in the Hospital with an attack
of blood-poisoning in his ami.
Dr. Osterhout, Superintendent of
Methodist Oriental Missions for British Colun.bia, spent yesterday in the
city, the guest of Rev. B. C. Freeman. Dr. Osterhout is on his way
home from a conference beld in the
East.
Halloween Social
In Church Parlors
The Young People's Society of St.
John's church held their first meeting on Friday evening in tho Church
parlors, when a large number of members were present. From the spirit of
that meeting, it could be gathered
Fire which broke out about boon! t^t there is every evidence of this
yesterday did considerable damage t0;Boeiety ™iitin>iing with the excellent
R.. Tapping's residence across the work ft C1"»»len<*d in the past and
track.     The fire is supposed to have  Bain,nS fm'ther ,aure,B-  aad undoubt-
Mrs. Scriven, wife of Principal Scriven, is at North Vancouver this week
looking after some huainess interest
there.
■Mr. Ed, Trimble and R. Trimble
nre ui Vancouver thia week, where
they were summoned by the sad news
trl their mother's death.
Mr.  Juck Rutherford has purchased
Mr. C. C. Brown's comfortable   reBi-
denci   uii Third    Street     East,
moves  in  early next  week.
P. Cooper, of the stall of the     Imperial Bank,  'Revelstoke, spent a few of the   city.     Train No. 2 from Van-
days in Oolden, the guest of Mr. and couver was held up for about'_M min-
Mrs.  H.  McVity.—Oolden Star. j "tes owing to the     fire     hose   being
' across the track.
Mrs.      Frances      Lawson lieado
been caused by an electric wire.    Mr.!""'     tll0RC "ttl>ttdinP these meetings
and Mrs. Tapping are at present out' wUI "nd thom "oth ^lpful    and . eu-
edly
will
I Joyable,
Simply a little rub with a cloth keeps the highly bur-.
Dished cooking top always glistening, dustless clean, with-
out blacking; in four pieces it cannot warp or bulge.
M'CiaryS
Kootenay
It won't be hard to decide what range you want in your
kitchen after I show you the Kootenay's special features.
Sold by Bourne Bros., Ltd.
I parlors on Tuesday evening, October
Met, at S o'clock and all .the yomng
people of the congregation are in»it-|
led. Don't fail to see the ''cauldron of|
mystery," also notice that the witch-,
, cs arc rea. "witches.'
Position Wanted
by efficient young man, open for
immediate appointment; ten years'
experience; book-keeping, typewriting, buyer, salesman, ad. writer, correspondence, etc. Any position requiring good executive ability. Box 123, Mail-Herald.
The following were tho ofil- Mr
cers appointed for the ensuing year:    I
President: Miss F. M. Matheson.       I
Sec.-Treasurer:  Miss Agnes McGlren
Missionary Convenor: Miss E. Wall-* '
Calgary     this     week,     vis-1    At the Presbyterian church,     Kam- er.
iting       ber       husband,      Lieutenant loops, on Wednesday,    the     marriage     Devotional     Convenor:      Miss    M.
ll. ade,     whose    regiment is under or-  was solemnized of    Miss Tessie Bain,: Young.
ders to leave for the East very short'' daughter of Mr. I    and     Mrs. T. Bain  Social Convenor: Miss V.  Crowo.
jy. land Mr. William Barton of Revelstoke     (Educational Convenor: R. Chisholm.
I The     happy    couple left immediately     Membership Convenors: Miss J. J,It-
Mr. Gibson of Victoria,     landscape llftcr the ceremony for   coast     cities, tie and John Little.
and gardener for provincial schools     was where    they     will Bpendlthelr honey-,1    Pianist: Miss L. Abrahamson.
in town Wednesday and Thursday. He Mmon. The Mail-Herald joins in wish-|    Thc Society is preparing a Hallow-
met the school trustees and inspected i ing them every happiness. | e'en social to be hed in   the    church,
Uo not depend upon your    landlord all the school grounds with a view to',
to  protect   vou.     Inspect your home beautifying the same next spring.        j    0n Tuesday night     the flrst of the
yourself from cellar to attic, and in-     __                   .   ,.         ,                      | series of dances under the auspices of
, . ■_ i-      Women  Householders who      wish    to   s.'lkirk      1 ndio'  Nn   12   TO OF    was
hist  that     unsafe cor-luions he made     .... | oemiri.     i.oagt wo. us, i.u.u.u., waB
Tt_?ZS^^^T^K aS-lTeaveS iriartftag.1ray8tery',\al80 """« *« «* ^   ^-Captain Smith, the Chancellor ^^holT TWV^'e
Pte.   lack Lebeau is home   on     sis ary, may do so by applying to     Mr.! w°' ^iiilel of     Mil StJua Li^: ""V    , "T  T'"     Shak° hands «' the Salvation  Army     l_     mUto ^%X " °™ "
weeks  leave of absence,    convalescing Cordon at the City Hall at tbe same and Mr_ Harry Turnross. Mrs. FrankIZ"».,ii»    „!T .' J.l't/?!™81""™'''..!!1'6 Uolurabia' wil1 vi3it n««° oa   Friday, lcl;lt)0,.
NOTICE.
A "Wafile Tea" will bo held at tho
home of Mrs. Blackberg, 56 Second
Street. East, on Wednesday, OctobeB
26, from R.ao to fi o'clock. Adn-issioa
25 cents. Proceeds to tho Red Crosa
nnd Prisoner of War Funds. Coma
and bring a friend.
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
from a bad bullet wound in the right wicket     where    water and light hills Turnross acted as     bridesmaid
shoulder. Jack looks a flno and husky are paid every month.     Apply  before Mr. Frank Turnrossi    supported
fearfully ,nd  wonderfully made.   Ilka Nov. 3rd. and will give an illustrated Th''rp
westerner.
October 31.
tho
spinfti' o'th' champit tntics his a ««H Lecture   in tho Methodist church
Luing on Saturday, Nov*
ISth, in the evening,
will    be a culinary tablo and
groom. Rev. B. C. Freeman officiated.
Ur.non Clothing Fire Sale is still on.
At  a special meeting of     the     city     On  Saturday S.  MeMabon    received
council  held last nigbt it was decided  word that his    son     J.  G. McMahon
to repair the foundation of the City had received a gunshot wound in the,' As the preRent premises are not suit
Hall. The lumber recently purchased band. Garnett left Revelstoke with aMe for rold weather, prices are cut
from E. C.  Fromey  will be used. .the 54th Battalion and on arriving in80 ,ow that the g00ds,should     he all
England  transferred to  the 2nd  C.M. sold beforo the rea, cold weather Bet9
vor a' Its ain.
An  old-timer of  many  years     rest- R/a flnd wen(. to
the     front     under
in.
denci    Mr. C. C. Brown,   is severing Capt   w   w  FoBter.
his connections     in this city and in- BANKHEAD BRIQUETTES BURN
teciis removing very shortly    to Van-     Do not   allow     combustible rubbish' jjEgT_
couver with his family.     Mr.    Brown to accumulate in or about the house, j
has     been    the passenger engineer of but do not  burn ipiantities of paper,     Galt cO&l for sale. Sibbald & Son. j |
the Arrowhead branch of the    C.P.R. or other rubbish ir, a fireplace    or in     There's comfort  in  co ««ing      with   j
for     the     past fourteen years and is the firebox of a stove or furnace. The coursier's Coal.
now on the retired list. ashes dog the due passages, and the
long flames are  liable     to     overheat F0R SALE—Heater,    No. 170 Blazer,
Appointments are announced in the Hues or start soot fires.     Dum   such1
current week's Gazette     as    follows: material     in    the ash box below the
Mr. Justinian Pelly, of Chilliwack, to firebox, where it can do no harm.       |
be acting registrar of    voters for the
Chilliwack  electoral district;    MesBrs.
globe design,  perfect condition. Apply 194  Second Street West.
TRAPPERS}!
Send your
RAWFURS
toJOHN HALLAM
• nd rflcfltre highait otsh [•-.■■. ,v» nnd
—onnj Lh« tftinAtUr th* f irs Ara r. -■ .. i
Chtrf■ nocommiMinn" -»ud i... v ..l i. h . ■ i
We \\ttrrt paid out mill i mi of ii..i;,.. ■. to i !. ■ i
MHtld of trappTs in Cuna.I a w)io-»n<l llinlr
rurit>ou>l>i»'Kuiinth<»>' knnw th-y Jet nn-jmro
dnal.nnrfrornivo mnm mot)«r for their fur*.
Vou v. ill aim. We l.uyniirnrur«frorn trn|'i.»-m
torOMh th»n»ny oth*r t\v- flrnm In Cntni.U.
pnpn UnlJiim iTr^psr Ouldfl 96pm$6m)
rKrr   "ft"*™■ :•!■■"'-in.■■,, ■ i »r..' k,.,.
I Hiili   Ifnllk.i, m havi Kur QaotttlORI
H«ll«m«KupHty)« DoaktHMffn)
Htnt fre*. on r^QQMl   •    At.dr«'.- ** f
JOHN HALLAM Limited
National Service
(Continued from Page One>
vho can not be spared   because    the
151  Hallam Building,Toronto   |
The school trustees paid an official
Charles I_. Gordon, William A. Os- vi8it t0 the Central school and the
wald and I. H Foster, of Vancouver, iU*h B''lloul on Wednesday afternoon,
to be members of the Foard of Ex- At the latter th,i Lieut.-Governor's
amlasrs under thc "Moving Pictures "' "iul f,,r Proficiency was presented
Act .. ny Mr. ff.  1. Briggs to     Ernest Fry,
who stood highest in this city on the
Sir Herbert B. Ames, K.B., LL.D., entrance examinations of last summer Product of such industries are as es-
M.IM. Honorary Secretary of the The presentation was made before al sential to the succest(ful carrying on
Canadian Patriotic Fund at Ottawa, full gathering e.f High school pupils ot the war as men.
has consented to address a number ol ,,, principal Scrlven's room. Ernest "The Powera we have in connection
meetings in Uritish Columbia on tbe was warn Ij .'..ngratulated on his ex- with tbe Prohibition of enlistment
aims, objects, and work of the   Pat- ceptlonal ability. naturally, be carefully used    and
untie Fund in connection     with   the every C3re will be taken not to abuse
world's war. He will address a     The  ,:'"'- Geor8e Larder,     who haa tbem.     The board     will get in touch
l'ty     at 'eter's  vpit.b the manac'inent of all industries
WAJNT  ADVTS.
titled "Thc Wonders nnd WorkerB of
Newfoundland." These pictures will
show the wild and grand scenery of
(he Island, catching senlB on the icefields, the great icebergs, tho monster devil-fish, whale and cod fishery,
also the late sealing disaster. Thero
are 150 views to this interesting sor-
vice. The stall-captain spent over two
years in the Salvation Army work .in
the Island and this lecture promises
to be a treat to all who attend.
NOTICE.
sale of home-made cooking.
Don't forget the "Bean Supper" to
ebo held ln the Methodist Church pan
lors, Hallowe'en, Octolier 31. Admis
sion ."ir.c. Children under twelve, 25c.
"LIQUOR AiCT 1910"
Section 12.
Notice is hereby given that on the
first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for re*
icwal of the hotel license to sell
li.|iior by retail in the hotel known:
as Lakeview Hotel, situnto at Arrowhead, B.C., in the province of British
Columbia.
Dnted October Hth, IMS.
CHAPMAN & SMITH,
Applicants.
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
meetiw.     at    the Empress tbratre on
i.een
November   l   at  VM!' p.m.
This will church f"'   *'mw months,  is now  tak-    [ -h. c   intry and secure    their
as-
trade. Apply Mail-Herald.
ing up hia residence at the     Rectory s,atance in preparing a list of calliiga
as Priest in-charge, at the request ot ind labor necessary to keep at home.
the Bishop ol Kootenaj and with tha ...      .         •   „. t0   do directly with _.,__
~:''                                     ' but undoubtedly, when th»
1:l'                 '■' ■ ' ' '...     ten    is    made it
A   letter   from     Charlie    Newsome  bridge University,    an.l was formerly .. (   ...d tj,at there   are a large
reached     Rev,   C.   \. Procunier    this  ' lassical     Eshlbitfoner an! n Canada    who,    in
week, li                                      |   Char- ard Gree                                               ' nion of the board, might w«U
be a irrent opportunity for every one
to hear one of Canada's loremi st
public men speak upon this very i n-
i     fint  ari. 1  interesting subject.
NOTICE to Assessed Persona holding
FOR SALF.-65 quarts   Fruit for $15.     agreements to purchase,  House-hol-
or single quarts, 25c.  All varieties.1    der8 nnd Ucense-holders.
Apply Box 772, Revelstoke. L A„  pcr,ona np|)mring on tbe MJ
'sessment    roll    of the City df Revel-'
Sleigh.     Apply Bt.0ke, who are holders of agreements
to purchnse the property   for     which
"Ithcy    nre assessed, must fllo thc ncc-'
Auction,     twd cgmiry declaration at the    City HaU
Saddle Horses, at 2 p.m., Nov. let   on   or ,)9forc . p m  on thc 30tb d    I
at the Palace Livery. (of November,  1916,    otherwise     their
"inan.es will  be omitted from the Vot-!
WANTED-Smart boy or young man. cra' 1>l3t
Excellent opportunity to learn good,   a
FOR SALE—Baby's
Mrs. Dance.
SALE-Public
"LIQUOR ACT 1910."
Section 42.
Notice is hereby given that on ths
flrst day of December next, application will be made to tbe Superintendent of Provincial Polico for the
renewal of a liceccc for the sale ol
liquor by wholesale in and upon the
premises known ns Lots 1, 8, 9 and M
10 feet of H), block 9S, plan 3, City ot
Revelstoke.
Dated this 1th day of October, 1916.
RBVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
f/TD., Applicant.
W. B. Robertson, Managw.
by responsible party, comfortable house, furnished or
unfurnished, 4 to 6 rooms. Apply
P.O.  Pox 440.
Agent., for Corporations not rcg-
"f.IQITOR ACT 1910.
Section 42.
istered last year must register on or:    Notice is hereby given that on
_ hefore November 30th and any chang.Jnrst day of December next,     appllca
Ite
the
es necessnry must he mads before th» tion     will
ill wounded d'.rine the Emmanuel
H     turned    i     -    look for   '• aatioi of
him as soon as po
not find   •    •   ■      • bim.    A   lettei        '      f Head      I I
fron   Ton tij    Fleming    names     Jim   ■'■ '
Hay as   •   . ed.     As   the   it the gift of the Ma
tack  e.n  -'::■••  ber     -7 and  ->      WM '-
v   the   K: y   Wes-   '' "
ten    a'i id ■•■: ■   ■
id J y    > in
•
.r per=uaded to
LOST—On McKenzie Avenue or First
street, Pink Cameo Brooch with
[■earl setting. Reward if returned to
Mail-Herald.
above-mentioned date. I tendent of Provincial  Police
bc made to the Superin-
for re-
3.  All ncrsore being     house-holders newal     of the hotel license to sell 11-
in     the City of,nti0r by retail In the hotel   knowc. as
the necessary the Hotel Benton, situate at Beaton,
In the province of British Columbia.
-  the Kaplo and
cts are a
K      tO        He'll
•"tail.
Revelstoko must     file
i declaration at thn City Hall   on     or
before 5 p.m. on the 31st day of October,    otherwise   their names will be
omitted from thc Voters' List.
Dated October 14th, 1916.
H. NELLI8,
Applicant.
-
•vhere
Th'-  Rev. i
t'e    i       •- . mn     ch".rch
for Sucda    to ta
get
hy    •       ........ fterlan Ohm sh
thr     bout Canad Dr   nor-.-■• wil
MOTHER TELLS HOW VINOL
Made Her Delicate B07 Strong
in a rerj meek, ,
n suit and t' ■  dm mni - and
i« iif.».
.ut
to  try
One
I ■
■ . .
■
■
.1
Sf-'mi-f! |o »-r.* s
n.     Superintendent   of Home Mil
tains
beef »> ■ lnt\
■
'   '
Istoke
B n>
■in towns.
siorp ' - ihi   Presl ytei an Ch -■•,   in ,!"'
the province of Bril
, -r .       ..              .      .    .    • h, , assirt-
chnrel    I     ith  1 orr.inr ar.d evening
■enrlee* on    - mdw •  ber i1ti.         ' -1
Mt  -v jt    Mrs       thn     vdnlt     Bitle
n    in a and at tit
f thi   Sunday school will gWe ' "ir hPB'ls ftfl
a talk to th" scholars v P!"",'",              ins and   =oidiers
when passing on board   should    per-
Th<> death occurred this mornfne ot 'or^ tb" same ceremony     Th" Naval
n^a  nf fh" n'deot  and most   resp»<tod '               ' Hetent  I , that used  in the
of   ♦>..    -'nnirirr, r,< Mo'int liessnnt., Army, the upper arm It not raised at
•■ • -rt'ivoT, nfrs   Ed.    TrlmMe     Shs tight angles •    tl     ody,    bot to nn
wns 70 vi-   t ' r, r  Tn 1«$7 with h«r ■ n fie of shout t". Aegnes     from    t.he
h'-sbsnd.  who is iow In very preenrl- perpendicular,    while the palm of tbs
.u« ' r.aith   she arrived from  Englnnd bund,    in 'end of bnlng turned to th«
and    the 'imlly lo".tod on Tenth av- front Is kept turned towards the fare
enue.     \  few v>nT am thev removed the  'oreflnrer     nearly     to'irhlng   t.he
I ■  their pr<SSetnt  re"idotiee.      «1«  Vln*v :>"!ik  of the  enr,   In  1 in"  with  the eye-
tetnth avenue east   Mr    Trlmhle had '.row.  As In th" army the "ofT hand"
b»»n sU'ni- for msnv    months,    ''he ,n '"""d   for    onlut.inr.    The    "able-1
Icnfe'     *!rs    onno    nd nne dnuphter. ' odfed "enmnn"  ror  \ B. 1    Is (vpilvn-
71 ig ,-M      cn-.n   Fd   nnd RoMort, are 'ent     In     rnnk to the private In the
it R'veMnkr.  wfitle Oflori'r  |.     with Army, and Is errierterl t.o saints     all
"'   ''■»'   al   Verni.n.    Rx-Alfl.  Frnntt ofrle^rn fNnvnl  and Military) In    iml-
Tril       •  •• another to-.   The  iVre..?<<4 form, the snrr.e rernnrlts apply to ths
lady "'a   for ."nny years n tnemhsr of,'slster  service nnd  nil soldier? nhotildi
St. Michael's eh'nroB, salute nnevnl offlcem when in uniform.|
Money   Orders
OAtf
»r)
Dominion  Express M.
HTKAMSHir 'I'll KK'I
INSCPANCI:
NOTARY PUBLK
v Ord(.rs
\t,Y VT
w.
fl.
HOROBIN
POBT     Oirii k
EMPRESS
ONE
NIGHT
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30
Barbara thought of the time when the Desert shall be the abiding place of
thousands of prosperous people: the home of men and women whose children
shall tfrow up among   the   wonders   of   nature;    wholesome   and   strong.
L. C. YEOMANS Offers
c^WARK SWAN'S Dramatization §f
HAROLD BELL WRIGHT'S Idol of the West
rn wimiiw or imm mm
rA POWERFUL CAST OF PLAYERS with
VIRGINIA HARDY AS BARBARA
A Hoaiitiful Srnic .Production; together
with Perfect Electrical Effects are Essential Features with this Organization.
NOTE
There are no other Companies
in the united states or Canada
playing this play, hence it is the
Original Company*.    (V     <4|*
SEE THE SAND STORM IN THE DESERT
PRICES; 50c 75c $1.   Reserved Seats at MacDonald's Thursday
This is NOT A MOVING PICTURE but the same  Splendid  Drama  which  has
Played to Crowded Houses Everywhere

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