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 REVELSTOKE
Chief lumbering, railway,      ^0*,
'ng,  agricultural    and n»vik.
tloa    centre   between   Calgary
and' the I'acitic. ocean.
Hr
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The Mail-Herald
THE MAIL-HERALD -
Published weekly-Read
by   everyone—The     recognised
advertising     medium   for   the
city and district.
Vol. 23-No. 4
REVELSTOKE, B.C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15. I9]i
$2.50 Per Year
RECEPTION
TOSOLDIER
Canadian Club Held Reception
in Honor of Eric Robbins.
—Speeches, Songs,
Refreshments.
The Women's Canadian Club enter
Itaincd Eric Robbins one of our re
turned soldiers on Friday evening.
An ottort was made to secure lion
Reed also a returned soldier, but it
was found he had left for the coast.
A very enjoyable evening >e,as spent.
The program consisted ol solos, choruses aud impromptu addresses. Alter
the singing of "God Save thc Kiaj-, '
Mrs. Coursier introduced the gu-.nt
<if tbe evening. Wishing one and all
a happy and prosperous new ear mio
said: '-It is the Kind deed that counts
as the days go hy and in these streu-
UoUS times they are all needed. ilhp-
and cannot he bought with gold. 'rlic
knowledge of a good deed done, a
day well spent, something worth
while accomplished from day to day
is tbe happiness I wish you all, iny
friends, for the coming yea'-. I lie pa-t
year has heen one of the moat lm
portant in the history of the Uritish
empire and we as Canadians have
heen fully alive to our responsibility
iu this regard. The dark cloud that
hangs over the world obscures ,ur
vision and fills our hearts with Bad-
ness, but we are cheered with the
thought that out of the sacrifice of
today come the blessing of tomorrow.
We should feel thankful that our own
Canada has hen saved the actual
luvasres of war. We should also feel
grateful that, our men have bravely
gone forth to lay down their lives
for our liberty and also* that so
many • .-'•. i women of our province
have ,-j ,." their time to patriotic
and humanitarian work, (ine of the
aims of the V.. , en's C.i'i'.lian Club
is to r. cognize native worth and
when i u- hoys have volunteered from
time to tine our citizens have turned
out anl bidding them good bye have
wished the- 'God s-ieed, and a safe
return.' As it is fitting and right to
i-hcer our departing hoys, so ls it
right for us to welcome them as far
..,s poss ble on their ret'rn. And so
tonieht T ext-nd to Eric Robbins thc
son of the first vice president of the
iiuh, welcome and hone that he may
soon      ti     restored      to      health  and
Btrength."
Eric Robbins thanked the club ior
this iv. Ic in e in a few well chosen
worts - iv'riT that Revelstoke was
tbe most, patriotic little town in
Canada. although the boys wete
treated splendidly everywhere.
Mrs. Goddard sam; the Helgian national  antb'-nt very nicely.
Capt, n Sawyer was then call'd upon and after shaking han Is with thc
returned soldier said that he did not
lM-live in "swanking" hut in doing
.•tie's bit.
Rev. J. C, McKenzie spoke next,
Baying -hat we at home should do
our best irrespective of what someone else was doing, liur greatest duty after nending our boys off was to
give them a fitting welcome home.
Miss McKay then rendered the Mar-
sellaisse very beautifully.
Mrs. Sibbald, the first president of
the club then spoke a welcoming word
to the returned soldier.
Rev. Lashley Hall wai then call"d
upon and said that the meeting was
a link in thc chain of people exposing themselves to death in trenches
and on frontiers. "Never before in
history had so mnny minds been
dwelling on the same thought", said
Mr. Hall. He ro'ok'cd with the
mother  ■:.  welcoming hack her son
Miss Blanche McCartv's rendTlni;
of "Keep the Home Fires Rurning,"
with orchestral accompaniment was
much appreciated and encored.
Mrs.     McLean,   another past presi
dent     of thc club then addressed     a
message of welcome to the guest     of
the evening hoping he would soon   be
restored  to  health  and strength.
Rev. J. W. StevenBon in common
with those who had already spoken
expressed Mie honor he felt at being
1 resent to welcome back a returned
soldier and said thnt mingled in the
I ride we could not help but feel gratitude to Wmlghty God for his return! "The heroic spirit ot the soldier
was only eqtinlled by the spirit of
I lie mothers in giving their sons" said
Mr. Stephenson.
Lieut. Swinford then shook hands
with Erlr anil made a few welcoming
i emarkes.
Mr. F irrto was then called upon.
He snld lie had a feeling of envy for
the returned soldier and he thought
that wa .,: ('anndlnns ahould try and
make thti country the very beet P<»-
CLUB HAVE MADE
ALL ARRANGEMENTS
A Good Programme and Masquerade Ball.- Bring a Friend.
It is Good, Healthy and Wise.
The Revelstoke Ski club board of again the club was fortunute in SB-
directors met this week aud jierfected curing for Boor manager Alderman J.
all arrangements for the successful tiny Barber, Prizes will he given for
handling of the coming second annual ihe best lady, best gentleman, best
tournament. Exhaustive reports were couple and best comic costumes. A
made and recorded of all details and refreshment bullet will he open on tho
permanent committees struck. Appro- premises and the service will be
priatlons were allotted to the var- agreeable both to tastes and pockets
ions spending committees and a small of all patrons.
marginal  reserve  made to  meet   con- As the town will be full of visitors
tlngent expenses.                                        .—the club is asking each citizen     to
The finance committee reported that i lease invite one friend to come   and
if tlie   ' plan     of the sports program nee     its    sports—a splendid turn out
RECORD SCORE
IN BOWLING
Highest  Team  Score   During
Season.-- Fire Hall
Bowl Well.
The Fire Hall bowled a record
score on Thursday evening in a match
gume     against  the  Canadian  PaOlflC
McKiNNON ELECTED
B'f LARGE MAJORITY
Four New Aldermen Elected and Two New School Trustees. —
Heavy Plumping.—Much Interest Taken.
Hy a majority of 2.rv5  H.  I'M  McKin-\ mayor.    Possibly     the     told weather
non  was on  Thursday elected    mayor was     tbe cause as ih. re were     many
Railway.   The tirst Bame was lost by\M  Revelstoke,   The aldermen elected more ratepayers  registered th.n last
over   200   pins.   Bezley   and Burridge Lre; ffftrd L|  A   Hobson aud J.   Guy year,
for the Pire Hall rolling 2:1;! and 213  Barber;  ward 2, \,. A. Smythe    and     The following  is a list o; the can-
respectively.   Bezley stood at 83 pins  8   G   l(„ 1S. wunl h v   H. boune mhteB :in, ,„,, ,,; ,, y). ,s   re_
m    the tifth frame, and then settled and s   Needhftm by acclamation. The reived bj  each:
down    to bowl in earnest.   He struck   M.,lim,   ,,.|sl„,s   ,,u,ctl,tl   were  r       M MAYOR
out from the fifth frame rolling eight   Kid(,   w    ,    Briggfl an(]  ,.;   T,lmbk,, ,j,  K. McKinnon  384
perfect  strike  balls.   905  pins  is     a       ,.,,„     ,.(,sull ,,,  u„. inayoralty cam- .1.  11.  Lyons  120
new record for one game.   The C.I'.U.    palgn c;um, a. . s„nj,..s,, M eyen Uie ALDERMEN
took    the third game with a lead of    ,iI)St   optlml8Uc  calculated  that     the Ward 1
Me   pins.    Whyte  howled  well  for    his   (,(1(ls  W(,..,  vw.v  ,..,,„     Very  uu;e „. v    ,,„,.,.,,„  m
team as his score of 218 pins   show.   ,,,„,„„nt  Wfta nvidcnced ,1Ilt:. tha nom J. ti. barber   68
committee were to be carried out,  it  and most picturesque scene is expect-1T i+ti.      i„        .      ,   ,       ,1" eitement  was ovidenced .int..  tha nom   J. tl.  barber
would     be necessary to raise by sub-  ed. „""   a!8° . b0Wl]ed woll\ BVera8ln«  ination day and from then  till     the  E
' ' I high for his team 111 thc three gnmes
scription,     other than names already:    Good     music, good clean  floor,     a1
on  the  lists,  about IliM) more.      The   warn,  hall  and   warmer  welcome     is,
committee   were  authorised   to      con-   guaranteed.   The arrangements are ir ' ^    ,;    McRae
tinue the  canvas  of  new  subscribers,   tne hands    of     Messrs.      Ross     and I p.
Wm.
and     when  completed to prepare     a Brandt,  backed  by the entire club of j j_j
comv'ete list of all  names and    am- over one hundred members. All tourn-Uj
1.unt.s for acknowledgement. The com- anient prizes will be presented at the 1 j
mittee will  follow  instructions,    and, dance.   The     grand march will begin!
meanwhile will he glad to receive by sharp at 9 p. m.
mail eer otherwise any assistance     in      lie     the club's request to the citi-
cash.   The committee is composed    of /ens to  bring in a friend to see    its  .p   Little
Messrs.  Wells,  Halvorsen and Atkins, sports, an effort will  be made by the  ^    Carpenter
An  interesting feature of the meet- local press and club secretary to pub- g   Myles
ing     was the correspondence between lish   a list of all visitors and     their   ^    Webster
the secretary and the president  ofthe hosts, aril they  will  be glad to     re-  _j    y.   ^yons
Monteal     Ski Club re thc possibility ceive by phone, card,  mail, personal-  -\r   \^   Whyte
of securing the appearance     at     the ly or otherwise, all Information help-1
tournament     of  Ales.  Oleson,  Cana- lul to the purpose.   The club feels so
dian    champion,  and  another expert, sure of plensing all visitors that     it 	
iu--t   arrived  from  Norway,  who   are wishes the information ns a basis for '
now     both members of the Montreal asking them to "please come again."
Ski club.    Ncbotiations  are  still onen      Th?      Ski    Club is  proceeding      on
ind some of the city's public men are sound business lines to makes its an-
actively Interesting themselves. nual  winter sports tournament     the
w ith 171  average.
PTRF. HALL
155 iir.
177 117
213 174
127 ir.:.
2.i;l 170
Mac .•'-.: e it  	
\r.i..- rong   ....
Waed 2
Young
Burridge
McLeod
Bezley
138
148
139
poll closed on Thursday the town presented     a busy appearance, everyone
working     hard  for  hi- or  her candi-   >V.  a .  3mythe
late.   One     feature was the   amount  S, G, Ri
    71
    91
   80
otf canvassing that was done by    the   W. It. Donaldson     65
in poll-
W. Bell
72
905       7-.i i        710
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
170      195      158
168
141
118
126
M3
169
le:-
12e
153
749
2^5
284
221
S2H
Court of Revision
Hamilton ei Wragge, appelant, rep-
Tivn vacancies on the hoard     were event of the year in local si'orts his resenting C. P. Ryan, description   of
Hie,I  by election.   The two new   dir- tory. and feels confident that, with a property  CP.  Nc225C',  Lot  10028. G,
are Messrs. George boss    aad roitflnuance of tue trust am' support T., complaint, ussesiwd too high;   de-
0. H. Brandt, hoth popular and ener- hitherto     so cordially given by     the cision,     reduced  from   $7.50  to
ee'ic  young  men  each with  a     large citizens,      it will  not he long  before per acre.
circle of friends in the city.  Mr.  Ross thc name and fame of its tournament N    g_   pr,iser|   appellant,   representee  unanimously  elected  as  financial will bring visitors 'from all over this inf, sei,   description of property, Lot
secretary,  and  with  Mr.  Brandt, last continent. 759]^  p,    r.   complaint, assessed     too
year's secretary, wi'l have charge    of The    program of this year's torna- high;t decision, assessment stands,
the     membership list for the present ment will be found on another   pace,
year. Votice   the boys
It     was also decided to close
ladi'is.   From early  morning
m   ing day until night the supporters "i Ward 3
1 —j
the candidates  were tnronged  around   i-M H. Bourne  Accl
the city hall and many vehicles   were   S.   Needham   ftccl
in     evidence     taking  people to cast SCHO il   BOARD
their votes. C. M. Field 	
B, R. Reynolds was returning     orti-   Vi.  I. Briggs 	
159   cer, the scrutineers being C. M. Field   K. Trim! !e 	
H.  I'M R. Smythe, R. Tapping, jr., A.   H.  Manning    	
L    . Madollni and W. T. Johnson.. The new  members 0:1  the     council
,, ,       As was the feature last year  plum- are H. F. McK nnoi     •    Hoheon,     J.
" S   jiing w.s again  heavy,  a great many Guy Barber,   S.   G.   Robtins  .--rt 1     S.
~ of the ratepayers v iting for one   al- Needham.   On  the  sc1 oo!  1 oard     C.
derman .md school trustee only. Five M. Fr Id and W,  I. Br g s.
I ballots    for     mayor     were spoiled A large crowd of inter st d specta-
I twelve were rejected in ward 1,   two tir?   wen                md in the cou cil
1 in ward 2 and lor school  trustees sis chamber t.. witness th^ coul ' r. •     of
were spoiled the     ballots.   The mayoralty la'lots
The     v .-             I   - is ".ot as heavy were counted hist, then ward I. ward
is last yeai   ther   being "'13 cast  for 2 and t;:.            . trusteees.
Death cf
W.H. BdIhii
Relief Society
Weekly Meeting
W. I. Briggs,     appellant, represent-
events-and  notice ,nR mrtQ_ Fnijt Lan(ta -0< descrip.
the  the   number   of boys   on skis.   They ,Jon _. property LoU 7,„;7 und 8024>
tournament.   Wednesdav, Feb. 9, With   will be the men of tomorrow and the  (.   j    complaint   assed too high-   de-
grard masquerade ball, nnd     here show wlll goon. j,.^ ass„gsmnnt'Btand8.
S. Hall,  appellant, representing self
description of property, Blocks 6 and
14, Lot 37e3,  G. I.,, complaint, class-
I -C   TlmJt   p..nn   ideation; appeal withdrawn.
Hug        Carstens,   ajipellant,    representing     Columbia Valley Land Co.,
! description of property, lots 2 to 17.
The   weekly     ni'eting     of tho Red  and   7892,   G.   I., complaint, classifi-
10s    soc.ety was held on Wednesday   ration; decision,  assessment stands.
aiteraoon.  Owing    to   the inclement.   Hugo    Carstens,   appellant, repre-
veather the attendance was fair   but  senting     Columbia    Valley Land Co.,
.1
Word ha.i heen received of the death
W. H. Bobuniian, which occurred
Very Cold at
spa . 1   i
■MALAKWA,
Statement
of ilea Cross
The following is the Bnancial statement of the Revelsto'.ie Relief Society
as at   lanuary ll:
RECEIPTS I	
No.-.  29,   1915,   bai Mi  nam 6i.2s   good work was handed, in the follow-  description  of property,  blocks  lti-23-
Chcuties outstanding 6.75   ing  being the list'  Mrs. Floekhart,   3   33-52     to     63-i;6-67-71-72-S9-81 of lots
  pairs socks; Mrs. J. Boyle,  Mrs. Mc-   7893-94,   Group 1, complaint, assessed
Net bannnce 60.51   Alpine,  Miss Hughes, 2 pair of socks  too high; decision, assessment stands.
Dec.  13, 1915, B. of L. E. 25.00   each; Mrs. Bradshaw, Mrs. Cressman,      F.  H.  Bourne, appellant,  represent
ee. 23, 1915, from Mach:ne Gun Mrs. J. B. McKenile, Mrs. McFadyen  lng self, description of property,   lots
fund,  per Mayor Foote
DISBURSEMENTS
Sewing 21.50
Local  relief 74.04
B:\lance
Jan. 11, 19-16, Bai in lank
Cheques outstanding
Net halance
President, Mrs. T. ICilpatrlck
Id, ee Ifalie;
the Mail Herald.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1B. LM, Jan. 1,—Misa
at San Diego, California, on January   Margaret     Wilson  1 trom Re.el-
.".th. The newspaper men as well as a stu<te to r.urse her mother, v. ho baa
large    number of his friends through-  been very 111 I iat  three wa
out  western  Canada and  the  western      A crowd of young people from  1.1.
states     will sincerely  regret  to hear ilstokc  planned a skating party      at
the    sad news.   Th.  late Mr. Boban- Three Valley Satnrday, but owing   to
nan had been in  ill  health for many   the beavj   fall    I snow  Fridaj
years and the .\ew.s S, his death   was   they     did :.  I       • ,    .* u  was about
r.ot altogether unexpected.     He     was   two feel   lee] ::..- ice.
founder of the Revelstoke Review, the Twenty-five below zero here Tttes-
Chase Tribune and several other "ay morning.Tl tl rmometer re is-
Dewspapers throughout British Colum   twed  .    beh | .y, evm   though
bia.   He    leaves a wife, Mrs. Bohan-   the sun shone brightly.
nan. living at Chase, a mother    and     A   laughter was  born to Mr.     and
sisters and brothers residing in Call-   Mrs. Andrew Wilson ^n Friday.     Dr.
Urquhart     of Revelstoke was In     attendance.
Mrs. Stewart shopped in Hev,; >Ki
! ist Saturday.
"Crab,"  a valuable Alrdale t'iriw
belonging to W, 3. Btewart was    ill
"' "ii the ti lay. Mr.  Stew-
■rt      -  ;"  be : " t ':nfo-tnn it*
>vith     his      Virdaks, this N        tbe
third on ■ kl
Mr-.  Agn e  Blackberg    ' Cral ella
chic will s ,■■ ,1 nest V.P 1, ,, ,     Wif(:
the Ste«   ii      t th   stal   n.
fornia.
First Games
of Valley Bel!
35.00   Mrs.   Hollett.   (Solsijua),   Mrs.   Park-  5-17-18-1H, block 3, lots 11-12, block 4,
   ir,     Mrs. Van Home, Mrs. Paulding,   lot 20, block 8, lot  17, block 12, Bur-
120.51    'irs. Maxine, Mrs.  W. Morris,  1    jiair   ton     City,    Complaint   appealed     on
socks each;  Mrs. Sadlier, 4  suits    of   school     assessment;    decision, assess-      ,m  Monday overling  the tirst    game
pyjamas   (voluntary),   Mrs.   Halliday,  ment same as land roll, stands. of the volley bill schedule w.,s played
95.54  (  shirts  (voluntary), W.    B.  Farris,  appellant, represent- between     the Bankers and the I'nder-
 The    following shipment  was  made  ing  dean Bayle,  description  of prop takers;      hoth      teams showed  up  in
21.97  to headquarters at Toronto: t-rty lots B l'i t.e l\ i't   lot 373, G. I P00(' furm ll,ul  '''•' L'' s  were   '***
39.37      72 pair socks. complaint,     Classification;     decision, although tbe  looslni   seres  were  ra-
14.40      12 suits  py.'amas. | having    made  the  necessary   Improve- ther low.    The tirst  game went  tothe
      11 day shirts. i ments,     changed from  wild land     to Undertakers  score  21   to   12.  thc  sec-
24.97      1 dressing gown. I real property. ' nd was a grand  rally  f.>r the Uank-
  -.  .. r       .    Donated per Mrs. H.  A.  Webster, 3      B.    ('. Arthur, appellant, represent- «'rH a,ld tliev Came out  with a     score
Ins. Sec, Mrs. Flormce Cormier   mits pyjamas, 1 dressing gown. Same   ing self, desenntion ol property,   lot "'     M  l'> s    All  througb the second
neeived  with  thanks from the   local  B089, Q,  I., complaint, school  assess and third games the lights  Aire very
j Red Cross. ment     too high; derision, assessment I'"1'-   Th('     third   :■        proved   very
A     donation of $2 has been handed   stands. exciting   u  both teams   were  working  led     against    tbe Bunkers.   The rail-
n    by Mrs. Dent.   Such spontaneous     Geo.    Boyd, appellant, representing under     very   unfavorable conditions,  road men had   1 good team lined   up
S'il>scrii>tions as these are most wei- self, description of property, p r   No. The Bankers held the lend for a Ion.;  . nd had  no p :.\\:cg thn.e
ome    and the thanks of thc society  lSfi,   Lot     8312, G. I., complaint as *h,,e     ''"     ''"     Undertakers pulled  straight gnmes.
nre tendered to her. sessed  too high;  decision, assessment thamselvi 1 ,ed took the top   as foi
Ab  mentioned  last  week  very      ur-  stands. lend of  the tally,   both  teams   worked C    1
Change in
C. P. R. Team
Whitewash Bankers
On Tu<tsda) evening the CP H  I
Legal Firm:;
W. II. Farris of the legal firm     ot
McCarter & Farris Informed the Mail-
Herald that owing to the largo exchange of legal business betwern Rev-
ilstoke and Vancouver that his firm
has considered it wise to form an a»-
gent     claims are being made on the Cant. J,  C.  Gore, appellant, rep-  hard.   The game finished with a score   M.   Whyt
_ society from headquarters. When    we  resenting self,   description  of proper-   "f -'  to 11 In     toi  ol the Undertak-   \.   Webster
Ketchair.
O'Neil
lt
■
139
170
IA9
151
1«7
144
17«
169
m
fonsider tho inclement weather   which   ty, lot 769ft, 0.  I., complaint, assess-   ers, giving them the tirst  victory
we are told is now prevailing on   the  ed     too    high;    decision,  assessment   ,llP series. T
continent of Europe one can well un-  stands. I    The second game In the series   was  G
soclatlon with the" weirknown"legal (ler8tiind    thc pressing needs of    the     N. S. Dunlop, appellant, represent- played    on Tuesday evening between
eoldiers.    Voluntary knitters and sew-   ing Canadian Pacific railway, descrip-   'he Pent House and the Business Met
ers are now in great demand nnd   In  Hon of property, right of wny in Box   T"e     n''nt House was in fine     shape
making     this appeal we feel certain  Lake    nnd Glenbnnk school districts,   e'""1  tnPV  w'"'  two fairly   easy gan.es  L.  Blackberg
that     all  who havc so ungrudgingly complaint,     assessment illegal, etc. ;   I1"0"1  tnrlr opponents  with  scores   of  S.  fouling
   helped in the past will at tbis   time  Appeal withdrawn. 1 2'-     to 10  uud   '1  t.. 10    The pluyine  B.  Robe
aid to our  mako n ""'ted effort in order to hrlng I   |wa>     vm   regular all through     tht  B    Owing
Oranlbrook    now reports Ml recruits  gnmes    an the final scores will show.   w    MeaTJ
for the 102nd battalion. 1 hoth     games being won hy the same
I number of points.   The business   men H	
^^^^ The Okanagan poultry show will bs played nnlv ,ivr men nn(, thrv     nne 	
Matrons of Nelson market on Batur- ^ "| ^™.^!_]'": "" the "th     and| not very sure of their positions. The C.P.R. will build a 30-foot   mA
BANKERS
1€9
16!
105
177
7)1
156
l»2
US
12*
129
Ut
168
126
117
174
Vancouver firm of Farris and Emerson. Tho Am: of McCarter and Farris will be succeeded by the firm of
Karris. Farris & Emerson.
sihl*-     in     order    to give ^	
countrymen.   Some    people did     not   ne* """-kera to the association.
Know their duty there. He wished fori HANNAH BLACKLOCK,
lonscription Acting  Secretary
After     the singing of "0 Canada," |
the rln'i    adjourned for rcfreshmeents. ^^^^^^^
Tho*- wh , poured tea were Mrs. 81b-  'ia'r '-"" frM,h •*«• nt 45 cents ado*-. ^^ 	
bald     and     Mrs. I.aw.on. Meedan.es <f»-Pr'»vlded they bought 12 dozen of    Fernl" recently held its first poultry  >'»"]*_    [•^- »»slness Menj> Cranbrook    AngUcans opened   tbeit
7-44       76*      ns
20th of .Tannery.
The game* for  next   week  are.  first  dltlon to Its statt. n   ,t   Trail.
Corning.     Teltor  Downs and Cormier
them.
phow nnd there were a line     lot
L
,;,  takers, second  game J.M Dent  House ww"72,OOo"'parish""hair'w^TbaiaJ
vs. Government. ftf)d goCifll tha{ Wld(, .bem ^
■M-re „n  tbe reception  committee and     A rnrd pnrfy jn prln(;o Ru 'fhickens on display.     ■	
Mrs   l.aing had charge dl the refresh- ..., ...     .      th   ,,„»_,„»,    ,     .   „. ™.     .   .. H^H _________M
menu     Imong those present were tbe n"     rZj.7. P'lt^,0fti^'un,1• Thow    The ladles of Sandon gave a   dance     The name ol the Fort Oeorge board     Customs     Officer  I„   H.  Yooag     la
Army Set-vie* Oorps. IrlaUre mnet be some card,recently . for    the benefit of the Red|of ttntie has been officially changed to back on the job at Port HIM     after
|Cross fund and realised WW.
I the Prince Oeorge hoard of treads.
eever.,1  ■     :•,, . .ibsenc- in Montana. PAGE TWO
THE  MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  JANUARY 1», &!■&
She flDafl-lberalb
]        Published every Saturday at
I
KI'VKl.STOKK.   H.   C
cTVlail-Herald Publishing-
Company, Limite
T.  E.  GIGOT,  Manager and    Editor.
N    i'.'l A 1 • i_ 1
Caucasus.   [Inly     recently    the    chiel
command    of the French armies     on
lhe western front was delegated from
General     Joflre to General de Oastol
tiau.—Lloyd's Weekly News.
The Crows Nest Pass Coal Co. at'
Pernio gave each of the oilice staff a'
turkey  for Christmas.
SATURDAY   JANUARY IS,  1»16
THE TASK
The record    if  Hr.tish  lossis  in  the
Beptembei    iffenslve at   Looe is grimly    suegroi f   whal  an appallng
h -- il I .Si is1 I • faced whi n the
allies begii theii great offensive to
.. : • . , cess, Bays the Mail &
Bropii •.    n ffli lal   figures ot the
1.. - ..--: dt - are 11,118 officers
and men killed 1,383 ivounded, and
9,1(- i-1 ■ ■    That   total  is     one-
•'       •    tbe     British  army   In
P: anc< ai    '      he j rice thus paid only
first and -•■• md line German trenches
wore taken.   It ii  true thai the Bril
ish and  f: ti   ops  were1 far near
er a sensational triumph after their
tei tnd ng .>! i he German lines
than thev knew, and It also seems
i that if the  British     and
French bud been able to ke p up
their terrific cannonade for a couple
of days more from the new positions
gain ''. • he; c mid have broken
througb entirely, From roundabout
Gei   . trees have come admission
that     it ot     line I he 11 rman    Btafl
officei - "       lit I here was no alternative I   ' "i e wil bdrawal. Wh il
ive:    thi   circumstances In Septemhei
were.     Me." evi •.   it   if   | lain  t It il
continui  ;    iffi       ,e   will  be only  if the
allie e  ;.. v.    . . : ; ms Buperioi 11 y
in tra        ri ■ .'.'i'e  tei till     up
the gaps,   When the drivi  starts
will bi          -    not   il a steady     sne-
■ ■             ■              but oi rushing   the
iii" nj ofl its lei i when once the surgi
has beg                suppl)  ol munitions
of tin -                 ind ol hei  etiuipment
must seleBslj
1 I   that      will ''
away   . line  Gern ai   forces.  '-■
.--        - mean
just s Ii       oving Intel
That     is why B cow   pas li c
•   •   to thi   pi
of      .■: •  :.•" j bells,   and  is  re
cruiti': ;  pracl whole  avail-
abli   m iM- pi puli tii n.   lf    the     «ai
m>     smothering     thi
; ;.   Bhot and shell
.
Britain and the Dot
1,    for l to drivi
;• • tnai   beast si ii
: ;•• . gsttj       r trained
TOMOKKQWS SERVICES
Jt,   Francis church,  McKenzie Ave.
i.nil Kifth street, PuBtor, Rev.    J. C.
MacKenzie.    Sunday    services:—  Low
Mass at 8 a.m. and     High Mass   at
10:30 a.m.  every      Sunday.      Sunday
school  for the  children at '2:3U p.m.,
I Benediction and Rosary ut 7:3U p.m.,
j Confessions Saturday  I to (j and 7:'5l)
to  'J  p.m.  and  Sunday  morning  7:30
| to S.    Weeks days:—Mass every morning at 7 o'clock, Confessions     before
Mbbb.   First   Fridays —Mass  at  H  a.
m.,  Benediction and  Rosary at    "Mill
p.  m.
MSTHODTST CHURCH
Services will be held at 11 a.m. and
7.30 p.m., tomorrow. The pastor wilt
occupy the pulpit at both services,
Welcome to all.
PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH
In tin   Presbyterian church on Sunday  Rev,   J,  Vi.   Stevenson  will     take
i:6  his   morning  subject '"The  Return
te.  Christ," and   the     evening      "The
Sens' of Proportion."   On Wednesday
evening the annual meeting of Jui
congregation will be held at eight
o'clock.
REVELSTOKE    ASSESSMENT  DISTRICT
  I
NOTICE Is hereby giver, in accordance with the Statutes, that all assessed taxes. Income and School taxes, assessed and levied under tho
"Taxation Act" and "Public Schools
Act" are now due and payable for
the year 1916. |
All taxes collectable for the Revelstoki Assessment District are due and
payable at my otliee, situated in tbo
Court House, Revelstoke, B. C.
This notice, in terms ol law, is
equivalent to a personal demand by
me ujiori all persons liable for taxes.
NEWTON  R.  DROWN,
Provincial Assessor & Collector, Revelstoke Assessment  District.
Hated      at   Kevelstoke,  B.   C,   Jan. '
3rd, 1916. !
Co-Dperation
in forestry
ip
for     tl
mndit:
.. -   -•               •     •
....
!'
'
FR0.M riiE
SANCTUMS
,
_•:••'-
What Is the duty of the lumberman
i iwai Is fores.try? Essentially, it is
. an open mind. He should Mc
leceptlve In two ways. First, to un- ■
: ' ind thoroughly Mow the public
ownership of timber lands under
scientific management may adect its
own business, hoth now and in the !
future; second to determine what
P inciples ol forestry as practiced   by
b ■      tate might  be ap] lied to     advantage on  Ins own binds.    He should
consider these matters lor ins own
Hate  - isin ss good, and  in     a
spirit  .e'i  friendly co-operation     with
othei private owners and thi state.
tt such co-opi ral Ion it  will not
i.. possible tei carry on in thc future
profitable lumber  busin
■    B,
fn     years gone by, the lumber   an,
vii ii id ■ a ■' .a. le is inm ii d    i he
. Ith  his ignoi i'l'ac
erine condil Ions. The fores-
:    \      and, although he   has
learn from the lumber-
a   knows that   turn
Hi   .' ks that   the luin-
n ;u I      I
lorestrj     take a   •
ist in tl ems in I
; in' forester might
to     his
■  , •
wn pi
.. .  ,
■   ' sted.
HOW THIS MOTHER
Got Btrength To Do Her Work
i
■
-
out hi
--
■
■
- -.
Metals Usee
in Shells
.  s   - ■
Ol
,
chief belligerents to ctntiiu
■
li etship of I
... ,    .
\..:     F
t'       rial
I '     I
niter thi
. .... msti:
i Ing the Grand Duke
l>4
jROYA
YEA
MAKES PERFECT BREAD.
Btf
'
' •
ll
'
'
'
 i r - refining,
■   in  1918   •
f     ■ . i
was recovered as reflni
i H ing S'oven hi i   73
pole    ,. i el    en        i"'d
I
Cressman
& Co.
Ladies' and
Men's Tailors
Up-to-date Work
Guaranteed
SALEtl
We find we are overstocked with enamelled ware
and are offering these at prices never before offered
in the City.
Pudding Dishes, from 1 pint to 2 quarts 15c
Pie Plates, 9-inch 2 for 25c
Tea Kettles     75c
Covered Roast Pans 65c
Preserving Kettles, from 25c to 75c
Berlin Kettles, from 35c to 65c
Double Boilers 60c and 7Cc
Tea Pots 4?c
Dish Pans 35c, 40c and 50c
Lipped Saucepans  15c to 40c
Covered Saucepans  20c to 50c
These are a few of the many. Come in and see
our bargain tables.
CITY TRANSFER CO.
BatfiraKe Transferred
Distributing Agents and Storage
GENERAL   DRAYING
FURNITURE   AND    PIANO    MOVING   A   SPECIALITY
Phone 46-276 Night Phone 346
CURTIS   &   SWITZER
BEAVER BOARD
c^Wade from Pure Wood Fibre. Builds
Sanitary. Durable. Beautiful Walls and
Ceilings.    Used Anywhere.
GLOBE LUMBER Co, Ltd.
.  IN Hi ILIUM.  M VTKRIAL
Shamrock
HAMS & BACON
(CURED IN CALGARY)
Made from selected hogs—in the most modern plant in the
West Government inspected- approved by careful housewives everywhere. SHAMROCK IS THE SEAL OF SUPERIORITY, and this applies equally to Lard, Butter, Eggs,
Sausage—wherever it appears-
P. BURNS & COMPANY, Limited
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H. J.   MCSORLEY.  PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms   Single  en Suite, and with Bath
One ol the best investments you can make this winter is to
Buy a Pair of Skis
and build up your health.
We hare them In Ash, Hickory    and l'ine.   Call und look   tbem
We  also entry complete stock ot MEN'S WEAR for city, mountains,  mine or bush.
PDR3 BOUGHT at hidicst market prices.
F.  B. WELLS
Lower Town REVELSTOKE
Jaclc Laughton. Proprietor First btreet, Kevelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN   PLAN
;|.    \
WiM M.I.I,  l: \'| BS
ION
S~\ r~) I eCT KI    * A I        litably furnished with the
\_J ii I Cl N   I ML Mt the market affords.
HOTEL
J. Albert Stone, Propr
<Best Wines, Liquors and
Ci.gars. Rates SI a day.
Monthly rates.
SEMI-HARD COAL
KOIt CENUINB COMFORT KOH THR WINTER BDRN MY
SEMI-HARD COAL
NO COAL ON THE MARKET CAN EQUAL IT.
S. G. Robbins, Revelstoke, B. C.
FIRST    STREET OR PHONB 60.
Union Hotel
a ■'' I', Proprlttoi ;
FIRHT HTHEET,   HK\ KI.KTOIvK, Ii. <\
Delii lies, &C,  fn-ah from own   Ranch
Milk from the Farm
every" morning in time for
your breakfast. Give us a
trial, we feel sure you will
be satisfied both with the
quality and delivery.
JOHN McINTYRE C& SON
i \
SATURDAY,  JANUARY 15, 19'1€
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE   THF.EW
WESTERN FLOAT
By R. T. LOWERY
Thip winter Fort Eraser is a   great
(ur centre.
John     Davis  has opened a butcher
Shop in Clinton.
Premier   Bowser  is taking  a short
rest in Kamloops.
Canada is to bave an  army  ot ball
a million men.
H. Clever will instal a cold storage
plant at Silverton.
Jack McConnell is again running a,
' paper in  Vancouver.
Fresh eggs were  ITi cents a dozen in
Nelson  last   Saturday.
Last   year  the Trail  smelter received  ll.;,' SS tuns of ore.
usetul plans—complete details on how to make
improvements on the farm that are fire-proof,
weather-proof, time-proof and economical —
besides scores of other interesting facts.
It's the standard authority on farm building construction.
It lias saved thousands of dollars (or more than 75,0(10
Canadian farmers and will save money (or you. If you
haven't a copy, send in the coupon NOW.   The book ia free.
Mrs. .1. M. Barton lias
Creston lo Vancouver.
ived from
Canada  Cement
Company Limited,
I V        MONTREAL.
|fa FI LL IN COUPON AND*Mi AIL TO-DAY"
j        $   .,, vfi.,v-    A      CANADA CEMENT COMPANY LIMITED, H.r.ld B.ildh,,. MONTREAL
'.l'i' 1<1   ITI 4M0     'Mntltmcn:    Plta.c send mr a lire ce.nv nf
SONOMA 5 vvhal ' '"•• ,:"n"" c» »" With Concrete™
N'miif
Street n-id No..
;      ,;>j       City
^£HaaHt3BH@i
PA1D-UI  CAPITAL, $r.iN»l.(»«'
KESBHVB FUND, 17,000.000
fl
Imperial Bank 1
OF CANADA
I'cIl'R  Howl.net, President. BejUbliebed  1875. IM  Hay, Geneial  Mioager.
Drafts. Money Orders and Letters of Credit issued
available throughout the world.
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Exchange.
Dealers in Government and Municipal Securities.
Savings Department at each Branch.
Interest credited half-yearly at current rates.
General Banking Business transacted.' :a
revelstoke:   branch:   Mckenzie and first sts.
a. b. McCleneghan. manager
. VY.fiVaTT^Tf^WWF.
We have just received a large
shipment of the  very  newest
Ladies Shoes
from the Eastern Markets
Gypsy Lace Boot
Something r<sal olaxsy, price $5.50
Gypsy Button  Boot
The very newest and a real smart  appearing Shoe
Price  $3.50
Patent Leather Button, Cloth Top
All new and will give entire satisfaction, price
 S3.60 to $5.50
Patent Leather Military Boots
We have  these   in   colored    as   well    as   black    tops
Price $6.50
WB GUARANTEE ALL OUK SHOES
Ladies' Winter Coats
We have a few «ood  winter coats  left  at   greatly
reduced  prices
Fred Young & Co,
Never feed turnips to cows when
thoy are heing milked,
Last year the loss by lire ln Vancouver amounted to $608,2!M,
The Horn Silver mine near Keremeos is again shipping ore.
You can always pet fresh enns at
John Mc l.achlan's hotel  in Lardo.
Fighting Joe Martin is a candidate
in  Vancouver for the i  nyofnltv
James Nelson has reti.'isd lo Ladysmith from the war  with  '.•   F<ars.
Owing to lack of business L. A.
Manuel has closed his druj; htore it
Sardis,
A white pine tree was recently cut
at Eagle Bay, that scaled 8,000 feet
of lumber,
Gordon McClennan is shipping anti-
mony ore from his claims on the Ba-
,   bine range.
The hotels in Rossland charge 40c.
a meal, or $85 a month for board
and room.
I ;
R. J, Blumenaur ol New Denver
vis married in Fernie last week to
Miss Bateman.
Last   year $32,1 .00 worth of minerals  were  jirodnced in  Alaska. Xear-
I ly  half  was copper.
Lust month potatoes wore $10 a
.teen in N'ew Westminster and turkeys
| 15 c "its a jiound.
Sidney Brockman died In Roseherry
last   Sunday  '."rom   pneumonia  follow-
' mil' an attack of grippe.
John Bean  .vas killed in the Centre
Star    at    Rossland last week, by  he-
J ms overcon e with powder fumes.
Louis Luke, a Duck Creek Indian,
was fired (25 In Creston last week for
■shooting deer out of season.
Walter John8on, a Finn miner, was
killed by a premature blast last week
in the Standard mine at Silverton.
Louts Knauss has opened a barter
Bhop In Hazelton. He has recently
bonded his claims at Fiddler Creek.
M. L. Jackson died in New West-
T) ins ter Mist week. He was a timber
cruis r and a pioneer of the province, j
On I hristmas, Red Paddy entertain
ed Peck McSwaib, at his ranch   near,
Princeton.   Nothing     was left of the
turkey.
The citizen who does rot Support
his home institution:, ill things heme equal, is in the same .lass as a
pro Qerman.
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Family Shoe
Outfitters
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
We aim to rivp maximum
wear At minimum price
DRY   GOODS   DEPARTMENT
Sale of "White
Our January Sale of Whitewear now in
progress. cTVlany ladies are picking up rare
bargains in beautiful   White   Undermutlir.s.
Watch for ads. and see windows.
See goods in Drygoods Department.
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
WATCH FOR
OUR BARGAIN
COUNTERS
During this month we are tak-
inj; an inventory of stock and as
fast as unseasonable or short lines are checked they will j;o on the
tables at real bargain prices. Keeji
your eye on this ad; when we say
bargains we mean the real thing
BOYS        CAPS—Light     weigh!
medium  weight  and heavy weights
They must all go.
PRICES 25c, 35c, and 50c.
MEN'S OVERCOATS—A  lot   o!
them;     many     styles     and many
cloths.  Any coat in the lot
S1500
BOYS uVKKCOATS-They must
all g'>. A fine, natty range of
them. Heelers and Toppers, beautiful finish.
AT  $2.75 EACH.
GROCERY   AND   CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
Laurentia Cream and Milk  5c
per tin while tliey last.
This   is  an opportunity that does
not  fall   to   your   lot   every   day.
mentally  unsound,  and  it is thought
that he bas peri-lied iu the snow.
Dan Cameron died in Creston last
week aged 03 years. He hud been a
i lief at the Creston hotel for two
>4 eurs. Deceased was a veteran of the
Fenian Raid, and 30 years ago was a
cowboy in Alberta.
DR.  T.   HEARD
DENTIST
OVER      IMPERIAL     BANK
A DELICATE CHILD
Made Strong By Our Vinol
Fayetteville.N.C —"My little daughter was in poor health, delicate and
so weak it made us very uneasy. I
heard about Vinol and decided to try it
and the results were marvelous, her
appetite improved, she gained in weight,
and is now one of the healthiest children
in town. Mothers of delicate children
should try Vinol."—Mrs. Gordon ,) ESSUP.
Vinol is a delicious cod liver and iron
tonic without oil, a constitutional remedy which creates an appetite, aids ingestion and makes pure healthy blood.
All children love to take it.
Walter  Bews,  Druggist,  Revelstoke,
B. 0.
NOTIOB TO THE  PUBLIO
DR. T. H. TAYLOR
DENTIST
OVER     MACDONALD'S     DRUG
STORE
'iMM.e notice thai my wile Gertrude
having left my  bed     awl
board,  I  will not be responsible   for
At ien ex|iense of less than il,001),
Kaslo only had four fires last year.
That town has had one of tbe best
fire brigades in Canada. i        ()obts lncurrea ,,v her.
The Trail smelter 1ms In operation R0BBRT AND!"l8°K,'
•ive      jopper    and  I. ui   I ad  furnaces. I "-velstoke,  B.  C,   Jan.  1...   Ul...
The company evidently knows bow to ]	
mn a Btnelter business. j
Howard Bottere, a rancher at
Lome ("reek, Skeena district, has
been lost since November 27. He wns
NOTICE
REVELSTOKE NURSERIES
CUT  FLOWERS & PLANTS
i'hone 006
What's in a Name ?
Well, it Just depends. When you hear ol Hobson's Bread
you naturaUy feel hungry. The orisp brown exterior and
the appetising white inside arc both aligns of the good
flour we use and the rare we take to bake lt Just right.
Try lt for yourHcll   we do not fear the result.
Phone il
HOBSONS
Box 734
RIVERSIDE WATER SUPPLY COMPANY LIMITED:
TAKE NOTICE that a [ictitioii bas
1 een tiled by the undersigned com-
jiany for a Wuter Record out of Big
Eddy Creek, which Hows Easterly wind'
drains in thc Columbia river at Big
Eddy according to particulars set out
in thc snid jietition.
ANU TAKE NOTICE that the petition for the approval of the said entry will be held at thc oflice of the
Board at a day to be fixed by the
Controller of Water Rights and that
any interested person may file any
objection thereto In the oflice ol the
Controller of Water Rights.
RIVERSIDE    WATER  SUPPLY
COMPANY,   LIMrTRD,
Applicant.
The date of the first publiontion     of
this notice is Jan. 14, 191C. Feb. 5.
If Your Children's Eyes
Need Attention	
bring them to my oflice. I will
give their eyes a thorough test
nnd explain to you the nature of
their trouble.
Tf you are satisfied with thc examination and wish mc to order
glasses I will be at your service.
28 years experience.
Dr. MARTIN, Ophd.,
EYE  SIGHT  SPECIALIST
TAYLOR  BLOCK,  REVELSTOKE
GOOD I'OI.ICN
It's good policy to think of tbe future
I i's still better policy to provide against
'.he misfortunes it may have in store
for you. The sun-si way of protecting
yourself and family is a
UPE INSUKAN( _ POLK Y
with a reliable company, The high
financial standing and long busineu
career of the Kootenay Agencies
makes it. absolutely trustworthy.
Your time mav be near al hand.
Don'l delay.   Take out a policy now.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E, Kincaid. Manager
KOOTENAY LODGE,  No.  14.
A. F. and A. U.
Regular Meetings art held li
New Masonic Hall on the Fourth
Monday in each month at I p.m.
Visiting brethren ars cordially
welcome*.
JOHN  LEE,  W.  M.
ROBT.  GORDON,   P»er«t»iry
SELKIRK  LODGE No.  U
I. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Thuresd&y  eTeninf ls
Selkirk   Hall   at   8 o'clock. Viiiting brethern cordially  Invited.
DUGALD BELL, N. G.
JAMES MATHIE. Secretary.
// you want what you want when you
want it try Mail-Herald Want Ads
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No. U
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Meets every Wednesday evening
at S o'clock, ln Selkirk Hall.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited.
R. GORDON, O. 0.
Revelstoke Lodge
No. 1088
LOYAL  ORDER
OF MOOSK
Meets every second
and Fourth Tm -day
Smythe's    Hali.
Visiting Brethren are oordially invited.       ALLAN K. FYFE, riic.
H. I.. II Aft;, See.
E. G. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We specialise in
Metallic Ceilings, Corrugated Roofing, Furnace Work and up-
to-date Plumbing
Work
Work Shop   Uonnaught Ave.
REVELSTOKE      -      -    B.C.
FURS
Got "More Money" for your Foxes
Muskrst, White Weasel, Beaver, Lynx, Wolves,
Marten and other Fur bearers collected in your section
SH1I" VOI'lt FI'HS DIRECT io "s||I'lll-:ilT"lhe largest
hoiM in ilic Wid deJlln /1irlu-lvrly m MIIITII AMI KII AN RAW FURS
;l -.. • : i,    :■ -witli an ut.'  ■ ■ '!re ■
ui  il   roof acenturp," slons m
ce '-■;'■ inot.S   11SI Al  '
A! ,. .e UPITABLR return      wrjll feer"-!!* £.hut>rn *h:ppo."
the only reUable. i    uri.tenii.rVet report and pri eliet publii  •
Wrilf I .r it- NOW—It's FHEE
A. B. SHUBERT, Inc. £;;
7 WEST AUSTIN AVK.
C 78 CHICAGO. U.S.A. JPAGE 3IX
THE\ MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   JANUARY 15, 19'lft
C.   Harvey of  Kelowna was at
Hotel  Kevelstoke on  Monday.
the
Mr. AnderBOn of Glacier was at
Motel  Revelstoke on Thursday.
the
Skatint-  has
st.arteil
on  the Y.M.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Ulackhall
JR    rink.
returned from the coast.
T. Sellars ..
Nakusp
spent   Mondaj
Dr.   T.   McPherson   of   Salmon
in Revelstoke.
was in the eity yesterday.
have
Arm
Mrs.      IM  McKechnie ol Arrowhead,
"was in the citv Tuesday night.
i
J. Mayhood ol Medicine Hat was at
the Hotel Revelstoke yesterday.
T. C. Hall   .f Victoria registered
the Hotel Revelstoke oni Sunday.
at
W. B. Henderson of Qonoka registered at the Hotel Revelstoke Thursday.
S. Baker of Kdmonton was a guest
at the King Kdward hotel on Wednesday.
I'M I'. Wilson of Saskatoon was a
visitor in Revelstoke on Tuesday.
L. J. Quinlan of Kamloops was at
lhe King Kdward hotel on Wednesday
R. W. Sommerville of Trail registered at the Hotel Revelstoke Sunday.
A. S.
at the
(lay.
J.  A.  Darragh returned to the city
yesterdaj   from Indianapolis,  Ind.
J.     Morgan of Bear Creek was     a      Mrs.  A. E. Vanetta of Solsipia was
guest at the King Edward hotel     on   a gu;st at the King Edward hotel on
.1. W. Helms
ed at  the  Kins
>! Lethbridge register-
Edward on Tuesday.
Vi. Pearce of Vancouver registered
jtt the King Kdward hotel on Wednesday
Tuesday.
KM W. Martin, inspector ol
ion Land Ollices is in the
business.
i'. li. Peasi •
■ered nt tin- King
Monday.
Trout   Lake  regist-
Kdward  hotel     ou
Miss     1..   Williams  left  on  Sunday
morning     foi       Revelstoke.—Sal n
Arm i Ibser . ii .
W. A. Harris ari Mrs. Harris were
visitors to RevelBtoke last week.—
ICa   loops Standard.
Mr.     and     Mrs. W, 11. Charboneau
an':      BOD   wire guests  at  the     Hotel
Revelstoke on Sunday.
Among the guests at the Kiug Edward      hotel on Tuesday was  11.      K.
Waley of Enderby.
W. Engbert and family of Vancouver were guests at the King Kdward
hotel on Tuesday.
Among tlie guests at the King Kdward hotel on Monday was Miss K.
R. Reilly of Tnjipen. |
.lames Walker of Revelstoke spent
a few days in the city last week.—
Kamloops Standard
CARD OF THANKS
Ladles and Gentleir.cn:—
I deejily feel and appreciate the confidence you have displuyed in me   by
giving me on Thursday last the largest majority over given a  mayoralty
candidate in the City of Revelstoke. 1
find you appreciate my efforts expended   in  the  past for the improvement
of the city  and you  have still confidence     in  my  future  administration.
My majority  is evidence that you approve of my  platform  in  every     de-
I tail     and I am prepared to carry it
Saunders of Rogers Pass was j uut in like manner.   If 1 should   fail
King Edward hotel on Tues- j to    accomplish through no fault     of
mine any matter on which I have
pledged myself 1 will look to you ior
the same support I received on election day to assist me in its accomplishment. You will be kejit thoroughly iiostcd through the kind assistance of thc press, on all matters
concerning the city and its interests.
With the assistance of the council
you hnve elected for 1916 1 will endeavor to give you an economical
year's administration.
Extending to you my hearty thanks
I am,
Respectfully yours,
H. McKINNON.
CARD OP THANKS
I beg to thank'all those who so
kindly supported me on election day
arid notwithstanding the fact that I
was unsuccessful I shall still take
keen interest ln the affairs of the
city.
ROSS DONALDSON
I Thursday.
Domin-      J. A.  P.  Comjiton of Creston
city on   a guest at the Hotel Revelstoke
I Thursday.
was
on
Mrs. 0. Simmons eif Kamloops whb
among the guests at the King Edward hotel on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. .!. H. Dow and Mr.
and Mrs. R. R. Richmuire of Vancou-
ver spent several days in Revelstoke
this week guests at the King Edward
hotel.
Among the guests ai
■ Istoke on Thursdaj
• ie. ■■; tson eef Nelson,
tie Hotel Rev-
was   Mrs.      N.
L. T. Flimlt and B.
Vancouver registered
Hevclstoke on Monday.
W.    Fleck     of
at the Hotel
CARD OF THANKS
To the Ladies and Gentlemen of tho
City of Revelstoke, who kindly ga/e
me their vote arid support on election day, I beg to tender to you my
thanks.
The     death    occurred at the Queen                                  j_,. H. LYONS.
Victoria hosiutul on Monday of Rosa | 	
In giving judgment in tbe case of
Sidney Leary of Nakusp vs. Jas. Gillespie etal of Eagle Bay at the court
houset yesterday his honor dismissed
the case without costs.
Madden,  wife of T. W. Madden, man
Mrs.     Com-'revc     and Miss Tetlock  "ger of the C.P.R. stores. Besides    a
were visitors to Revelstoke last week
The Winter Sports club of the Methodist churcb ii-'il theii   first     meet
■ il the  season  last, Thursday  evening.
1   ■      cltj      has this yeai   publishei
tie   annual state mint, in a oeat bool'
let which is more Compact and handier
than  a   large sheet.   The  work      was
■ ! mi   ay the Mail-Herald.
Notice is given m the ll. C. Gaz-
etti that, certificates of Incorporation
bave been granted to the following:
Carswell Printers' Co., bead ntiice at
Vancouver aad capitalized at ?^0,000;
McConnells Publishers, Ltd.. Vancou-
' er, 15,000; West minster Brewery. Ltd
Mew Westminster, (160,000. The Cache
Creek Tin Mer Company is given registration as aii extra-provincial com
i ..ny.
Mr.   i\. p.   Goard, travelling organ-
r    is spending a few  days in town
in th- interest  . ,f the cause winch   he
resents,   .Mr.  Goard    will    address
the     ia-   meeting in the association
Imilding ..a Sunday afternoon     at    I
ic      The     subj cl  'if Ins address
• .11      he  "Great   i-Mcits  ol   tie   Day."
\   cordial invitation ,~ extended     to
.ill men in the citv i.   -pend ai   hour
this si rvice.
Tvjhoid fever claimed   inothcr vic-
at thc Queen \ ict  • I al on
iriday,   January  7  when  the     &,
occurred ol Rebecca Lougheed, »
Lougbeed.   The late Mrs.  Lo
eed wus brought in froa   Glacier
lev,     days before her death     Bi
husband -he leaves thre.  child
oys ai ■■ e girl. The funeral I
ce from the undi        li .-  parlors ol
I   won     & Co., on Sunday Re
>■■    3tevenc
let wedding was cele
tt sd   -
'  ■'   H. Al Firpt  St.
I  -     - -'■ •    Mis.  Mai .   \■ •
' -" ;■-       llnitl   :
■•■■■     FM  Miller. cere
the presence
the relat. the
,-. J. W   Stev
Se 1      ,,    . .      .■..     ,rC]
Hiss Myrl
Iri and Ai i
irmstroni
—Salmon Arm Ohserver. i
A. V. Brubaker and J. Jones of
Victoria were among the guests at
the Hotel Revelstoke un Monday. J
His     Honor     Judge     Foriu in the
county court yesterday dismissed Geo
Clarke   charged with burglary,   thei'e
being  not  sufficient evidence to   cau
vict. !
The casualty list issued on Thursday gives the name o! W. Mclnerney
;.s "killed in action." He enlisted in
itevelstoke and was formerly Inl the
employ of the  O.P.R.  as hrakeman.
The annual congregational meeting
of St. John's Presbyterian church
will he held In the church on Wednes
day evening. Then- will be nn election of officers foi the year 1916. VI
the     close .. socinl  time will !>■■ bad
ind  reft"! Bhn ents served
husband she leaves three children.
The funeral will take place from the
family residence at two o'clock this
afternoon. Rev. C. A. Procunier will
ofliciate.
One of the immediate results of thc
present war has been to encourage
the smelting and refining of ores in
Canada. While certain metallic minimis have, in the past, received preliminary treatment in Canada, the
ordinary metals of commerce, excepting Had, have heen exported for reining. Recent reports announce the
establishment in Canada of plants for
lefinins;  hoth zinc and copper.
i
After an illness of two weeks Gordon Laird died at the Queen Victoria hospital from Typhoid fever on
Thursday. He leaves a wife and little Child. Tbc late Mr. Baird waB
well known in Ri velstoke having
worked in the Canadian Pacific rail
way Bhope here as a machinist. At
the time ol his death he was working
. b i machinisl at the tunnel. The.funeral arrangements hav.' as yet heen
■ ted.
CARD OF THANKS
I     wish to thank you  all  for your
great support in electing me at    the j
top of the poll on Thursday last ard I
will endeavor to do all in my power !
for the good and welfare of the City
of Revelstoke.
Your obedient servant,
W.  A.  SMYTHE
CARP OF THANKS
1 beg to thank all those who supported rae in the election on Thursday nnd to assure them that n.y every ellort will he extended to prove
myself worthy of the confidence placid in me.
S. G. ROBBINS
KI
Notice    of   the I (Rowing appointed ^ is    i' en -ii the B, C   Gazette
Smith     Wright     of Boundary Bay In
the county of New Westminster to he
a   justici  i.e"'   W. G.  Paxton 	
registrar ol the ci unty court  at  At-     r.KT THE HABIT.—Place your fire
lm, to be   i romi'iissioner for t ikinir and accident insurance with Chas. M.
affidavits within the province       Miss Field,  who represents only old     and
Lena     I.cue  to be domestic    science reliable companies.
mistress ol the normal school at Pic-
il Miss .NM l-M Macken
Mcli Store, Howson block,
CARD OF THANKS
Ladies and Gentlemen and Fellow
ectors:—
I Bincerely thank you for your vote
and support in returning n.e at the
head of the i>oll for School Trustee
for this city, and I trust that 1 will
be able tn retain thnt confidence and
support during the full term of my
trusteeship.
CHAS.  M.  FIELD.
•  sale. Sibbald & Son.
C.  M
the
pi ogram otices ol
annual I      •  held in i
are
•
closi
• --erne? aril Gaiters
laion t    •
ball  will be as lolli
''■ee     • C'lltS
• -.   • i ■ nti ejach.
.:._" nt which
CARD OF THANKS
To the Electors ol Ward I.:—
I take thiB opportunity of express-
in: to you my thanks lor the gencr-
i us support given mc on election day.
Uthough not successful at the polls
I shall continue to take an active interest in the welfare of the city and
in Ward 1 in particular.
W.  J. ARMSTRONG.
the Boer war was injured
ny  the
■
:
'   ■        •   .   '
In     Marcl
Till   r  •   -     •
I b i '. r r ■
Ml
'
in  will   r,»
Mi ■    MiUi
■     •
Revel
Ig
D
'
MrKin-
viary  t.i
-
'.ot one mil ti in the     com-
; any  r»ir-sensed here by  Chas.      M.
field.
The ll in town today     is
-ei-hard coal;  it has     thi
o' hard coal and do
Bah or loot  a.p 're-en soft coal.
■■ d  your fuel
■MinP  Hard  Coal      for
■ bald   ■
BEWS'
Drug Store
Ther.
• rs  '"onl.
• ikine
■
EMPRESS   THEATRE
PROGRAM
: Wl RDA}     Orei I    leal ire
King   Baggot   ui  the  Marble   Heart,
■ its.   Pictni.. atlon  ol the    * .
■ ah play Molly's Mallady, co .■•!/
Bill.' Richie ic a - reel comedy, a
Doomed Hero   Greatest remedy \"
Monday   Helens   of   the North,    ;
'        Famous  Players,    with  tbo
popnlai   favorite   Marguerite   ('Inr't.
W.irld'-■ series baseball   pictures. Ap-
tor    onji    races on  11,000,000  tw'e.
Most exciting.
TUBSliAY'  Tin-     Broken Coin     s-itta
Grace     Cuimrd    and Francis  I'.iid,
with  full  Universal  program.    «i§o
Billy  Richie In a great comedy, No
Flirting Allowed.
THI'RSDAY-The Three of Vt,    with
HohU    TelinfffiTn. Pi pnrt*. Famine
Play en.
FKBRf'ARY 1HT—The Birth of a S»-
tion.   SO piece ore.heatra.
Ski   :l ,
-
-;"-nt     by
-,|   'pe floo -     la
-lid    r.-frefihment- to  the
.dnifht ie  U Ing    Ite''   ''Ven
mg Dr    K    H       rth<srl ii.■'
upon for an   lA&teu.   The doctor     In
Us    r mnrks congratulated tba    Ski
elab      .(.on  the  work  nlrcal,   aOCODI
■lish. a ,n   ulvertising Revelatoke    a.
a winter sports resort. He drew attention to the particular advantage
Ihis district had for then r,'m
sjiort* o.er other places-being rloee
to the main line ,,l the O.P.R. arart
practically within the rity limits of
Revelstoke, In the very near fntttre
the Revelstokf Ski club with its winter nport i program w-onid let noted
the world over Pr -utherland also
referred to the benefit' to Ihe health
of the outdoor erorrtaen. The romn.1t-
tee In charge of the cntertnlnmeBnt
were Pri*.. f> TTnlverne*n: HerMary
G, Rosa nnd Messrs. J R MeKimsle
i.nd 0, Rrnndt.
BANKHEAD  BK1'J''HTT!':J R
BB8T
nettled   on
tne llvef» of passer,  »r.   -1     *nMl In the
Lusitania diaaatar, who held polldaa
in th" oldeat "nd largest company la
ibe world who** acsnt her* is Chas.
M   Field.
Fnrn ' ,".t  ll I
rash   W   p irrr,  I'hom
UTTER   GRIPPE   VND COI.DH
USE
Rtxall
Nerve Remedy
TO TONE    vol      p  AND    TO
MAKE TOO KKKI. RIGHT
Wi | ial uii.-. thll remedy to
ehanga ycsji feellaga, or will refund money
and
' i
IN
BOTTLES  75'
J 1.50
KAM0! .- GAL1 COAL
on  Kj pres    Monej  Onlen
DRV   OKDAK,
BIRCH, HEMLOCK    i M
POR HALE
W. H. HOKOKIN
Nkxt    rd    I'OM'r    OlTIl r
Hot Water
Bottles
.'fi'   OOLD   BED waumwk.-.
;i 50 t-  |S 00 -ach
BEWS'
The Rexall Store
ELECTORS DE WARD 1
Ladies and Gentlemen :
Words cannot express my
appreciation of your good
wishes, I trust my actions
will.
I thank you one and all.
A. HOBSON.
CARD OF THANKS
I beg to thank the citizens for the
splendid report glvem me at the     re<
cent election for the school board.
E. TRIMBLE.
LARGE) STUMrS COMPLETELY destroyed by our new chemical process
at the cost of a few cents. Little
labor required nnd few explosives
used. Write Ideal Stump Destroyer
Co., 1G0 Broadway East, Vancouver, B. C.
WANTED—Competent girl for general housework. Wages $15.00 per
month.   Apply No. 8-7th Strwt.
FOR BALE—Large Safe.  Apply   Bea
Weston, McKenzie ave.
LOST—Large cameo Brooch. Pleaee
retnrn snme to Mrs. C. Holten and
receive reward.
Will Each Citizen
PLEASE INVITE
ONE FRIEND TO COME AND
SEE   OURj,
GREAT SKI
TOURNAMENT
Pet. 8-9, 1916
January
Our Big January
Sale Starts To-day
See Large Posters.
McRae Mercantile En
CHAS. M. FIELD
Fire Insurance pfSSyt^J
Accident Insurance [°",:, SEf Sg
Life Insurance PSttTSfttf]
Notary Public        Revelstoke       Real Estate
]
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Direct Importers
Wholesale Dealers
Our Goods are GOOD
Our Prices logical and within reason
See us before placing your orders
tw
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