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The Mail-Herald
THK   MAIL HERALD
Published  weekly—Read
by   everyone—The     recognliesd
advertising     medium   for   the
city and district.
^
Vol. 23-No.
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TO UNITE AND *
ORGANIZE IS
AIM OF FORUM
REVELSTOKE. B.C.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER T>. I9H
$2.50 Per Year
"Has Two Active Committees-
Will Deal With  all Matters
Pertaining to Legal Status
of Women
At tbe regular im uthly meeting of
•the Woman's Forum beld iu the City
Hall Monday evening, tbe maiu item
on the program was a paper explain-
WILL DEMAND
RECOUNT OF
SOLDIER VOTE
Four Constituencies are Very
Close—Official Return of Soldiers Votes Now in
Tbo ollicial results of the    soldiers'
vote iu  the old  country has been re-
ARRANGEMENTS
FOR NATIONAL
SERVICE WEEK
Will take   Inventory   of   Man
Power of Dominion—Is not a
Recruiting Commission
MILITARY HOSPITAL
MAY TAKE OVER
Ottawa,  Nov.  21.—('reparations  are
being made by R. B. Bennett,    M.P.,
MAJOR FOSTER
AWARDED D.S.O.
High Honor Conferred on Former Cinzen of Revelstoke —
Who for Last four Months
Has Commanded 'C Co.
C.M. R.
or changes.
It  is  likely  tbat recounts
■will  bo
ceived. There will be only a few micr and thc National Service    directorate;
| for the proposed     'national     service
week," tbe first of Junuary.     Within j
^—^—^—^—^—^—^—^—^—^—^—_^—^——^———-—^——— the next    two weeks several hundred I
ing tbo purpose for which the Forumj den andcd     in    Esquimau, where Mr. thousand circulars will be sent     out
McCurdy, Liberal, has a majority of and this will be followed by an ex-
two over Mr. R. H. Pooley, Conser- tensive advertising campaign, while
vative; in Islands,     where Mr. M. B. fully a miuion Postcards    will be is
is organized,- by the president, MrB.
Mr. A. Sturdy.
A summary of tbe address is given
"briefly as follows:
••The aim of tbc Forum is:    To un-
_    , .....       . ,     j    . _-ued. Tbey are to be filled in and re-
Jackson,  Liberal,  is     four    ahead of  .
turned.
Major  VV.  W.  Foster,  D.S.O.;  in Blo-j    The idea in view ,„ to take an    ln-
ite and organize  Women for the pur-|can.  wliere Mr-  William Hunter,  CoQ" ventory of    the man-power of Canada
_, -. deelinB witn     municipal   and'SerVative' is °ne    behind     Mr" G' Fl and to ascertain definitely what each
pooe of degling with     «»* Nelson,  Liberal; and  in Fort George, able.bo(lied man „     doingi     whctUer
political questions affecting them aad, where     Hon. W. R. Ross. Minister of -ervlng the    Empire     flt     home     or
Lands, is seven ahead of Mr. Mclnnes abroadi engaged in an industry   vital
Socialist.
A  meeting of tbe executive of     the It  was moved and     seconded     that
Revelstoke Board    of Trade was beld tbe Hoard write th"     Military    Hos-
yesterday alternoon, pital Commission offering     any     as-
Tbe ijuestion     ..(    tbc government sistance possible.
taking over tbe St.  Leon  hotel,      tbe A   letter  was nad  from   tlie  depart-
1 lal.y.ui hotel ami the old hospital In nr.enl nf tin- Interior with reference to
Revelstoke for the care of Invalided an appropriation fm' work on tho
soldiers was discussed. It bus Leen automobile road vrxl summer. The
generally known that, a representative board was advised i>> the department
of the Military Hospital Commission that estimates for next year were he-
was through  the district  in this co-.i- iri-'  prepared   an.l      explaining     that     , ... _    .    „„„    ..          .      .,  .
.■I \ ic oris recently and will he grat-
nection last week,     iie   was   acc.mi- Canada a duty m connection with the  .,„,_     ,, . ,.           ',         ,                .  _
    „  ., ,     ,                                         Ifying  Intelligence  t.i  a  lame  numbed
panied     south    by Dr. W. H.  Buther- war was    tlu   first consideration,  end    ,  ..     ,        i                              .              ,
1                                                ,, ,    , .     ,           ,                                          ol  the friends     and   acquaintances  .el
land, who was present at the request asked to have the view,-- ,,f ihe Board
of the Board.
Dr.  Sutherland
Mae,: W. W, Foster, who left Vic*
t.'i.., .n June, 191-5, with the 2nd 0«
M.I'.. aiui has bi ■ :• In Fram •■ almost
continuously ever Blnce, has beea
awarded the D.S.O. This news reach'
.ui the matter.   The department stat-
Stated      that      ho  ed however thai   every effort would be
the
that gallant local officer, So particulars an- yet available as tu what led
up to this Blgnal distinctian.
tbe home.
Tbe Forum has     two     committees,
tjne a municipal     committee,     whose
work deals witb questions of local inr  {jP[][]n|    FlljjfjPpr]    f)f
terest—education in civic affairs and
problems, such as fimnce, school mau
agemont, food supplies, civic elections
public health, city improvements, and
jiuy matter iu short, through whicb
the home is affected or ou which edu-
tation is needed ior intelligent voting   was
to tbe country or disqualified physically for service, and whether the
work of each is of such character
as could be done by women or whether no real barrier to enlistment exists.
From such stocktaking it is hoped
^^^^^^^^^ that     not only will tbe country's in-
very     pleasing      entertainment dustries secure the men   they     need,
held in the    scboolhouse        on but that any deficiency in    recruiting
Mt Help Belgians/
thought   there was a good chance ot made to provide i asonably fur
the Hospital  Commission at    Otta.vu park.
taldng over the places mentioned, us-      Tbe matter of   the     wharf is being  ,„ „    „,  ,   ,        .. _.       ,
,,.,.,..,.. ,, .  , ,    ,,     _.   „ *  "ire and before the outbreak of
ing the old hospitnl building in Rev- taken up by Mr. R. F. Green, M.P.
elstoke as headquarters. Owing to The question of the poor attend-
there only being three boats a dtty ance at the monthly meetings was
south, Dr. Sutherland suggested the discussed and it was decided to hold
use of the old hospital building, a get-together banquet on the even-
so that any cases needing at- inr of the next regular meeting of
tention could  be hurldlcd through tbe the Board, nnd     if    satisfactory     to
Queen Victoria hospital.
continue same throughout the winter.
While  representing  the  l.-lands con-
stituency  m the  Provincial     Legisla-*
tha
war Major Foster manifested his first
interest in military matters by taking a commission m a Victoria unit
known as the B.C, Horse. When tbo
2nd C.M.R. was formed and came to
this City to train, the B.C. Horse
vas merged with it under Lieut.-Col.
C. L. Bott, as "C ' Squadron Tho
latter was made up, naturally, al-
most entirely of Victorians. It waa
commanded by Maj n Bapty, When
the _nd C.M.R. was n.ade a dismounted unit, "i"' 3quadron became "C-
Company, and as such has bem figbt-
——. ___— ing in France for months.     Its   per-
Will belnnovation in Revelstoke Main Industry of Town—May *°nnel "°w iB   much   cbangued   but
u___ e»__..-.j i        r,       • thett still remain in its   ranks
Victorians. M^^^^^^^^^^^
It was a- Captain l-M,ster   that he
leit  Canada      He was detached from.
his    corps   at tirst and, after taking
FATHER AND     (SHINGLE MILL
SON BANQUETCOMPLETE LOSS
GoodSpeaches, Songs and
Choruses
Have Started from Spark
Had put in New Machinery
ranks many-
All preparations   havo     now     been      Fire, tbe origin of which is unknown
special training became a grenade ofli-
made  to make the     Father and Son completely  destroyed  tbe  Trout  Lake  cer Wltb tbe (.„ v   y^v Bapty hay.
| Banquet, to be held on Monday even- ghingle Mm oQ Wcdnegd       u      Baid  .
ing December Ith, successful.
The boys' department is one of the
big things in   the     association    this from a spark Irom tbe stove
invalided    to
to  be  possible     tbat the fire started  England.  Capt.  Foster  was given bis
mgjority and placed at the     head ol
Society is Active ^
year.     With     so many of our young
n leaving the country
The tire was fir.-t     noticed about 2
"C"  Company,     This    occurred four
months
The second committee,    the legisla- Wednesday    evening,  November 15,  in to the promised     total     will be sup-
live con mittee,     is formed chiefly to aid of  the Belgian Relief Fund,  when Plied.
undertake tbe new duties arising out the school children, under the direc- It is being emphasized anew, how-
uf the parliamentary franchise. They tion of Miss Florence Lawrence, the ever, that tbe popular conception of
*vill study and deal with any political school teacher, gave an entertainment the national service commission is
questions affecting women and the consisting of solos, recitations, chor- wrong. It is rot a recruiting corr.-
bome, and present these matters be- uses, etc. Miss Lawrence trained the mission. That work still rests with
fi.re the whole Forum. children very effectively arid the whole the military. It is designed to ascer-
A letter was read from   Mrs. Helen entertainment was a great success. A tain the man-power of the country
Gregory  McGill of Vancouver, author considerable sum was raised for     the 	
of "Laws of B.C. Regarding Women Belgian Relief Fund. Miss Lawrence ■»-,.__ Dnnnlnn
and Children." Mrs McGill is active- is doing good work at Taft, which |jJU||[j | EDPIcS
ly  engaged  in  an  educative campaign  the parents   and friends of tbo child- 3 •
«t present, lecturing on the legal sta-  r,,n thoroughly appreciate,
tus of women and children.     She ad-     A Lantern Lecture on    British Col-j
% ised that the     Forum     study     the umbia,  illustrated  by splendid  views,   ^m^     __          _    	
Guardianship  Law and     prepare     to WM Blv«» in the schoolhouse at Taft     On Tuesday night of this   week the  " TheFaVhcr   and    Son     banquet is Considerable time was lost  owing to thP     resPonsiMe    duties of this rani
BUpport the bill for amendment which °"  Wednesday evening,    Novenber 22, Young People's Society of St. John's S()methiDg  new for Revelstoke,  and a the     trouble     the    Chinamen bud in  aD<1 Command    th;lt he ™T™* the D,
it is expected    will be brought before  '" aid of     the     Presbyterian Church church had a splendid meeting.     The phasing and helpful event in the sea- "-aking    themselves     understood       ^  S'°- ^s'  bestowed upon bim.
the Legislature this winter. fnds by J.  H. Humphreys of Malak- evening was in charge of the Mission- !pon.B work_     secretary     Thomson is quantity of shingles that were     piled	
Tne Forum     appointed a Municipal  *a.  There was a   large     attendance, ary committee     and   the subject dis- endeavoring     to     bring    to the city near     the     mill,   awaiting shipment
comn ittee of seven, oi    which     Mrs. practically tho   whole community be- cussed     was "How do Missions Bless Messrs      J   W   Storey   and    Taylor were saved.
Andrew Mclntyre is chairman; nnd a »'* Present. The lecturer gave a tbe Church?" Several short but in-lgtatton, two of Canada's leaders in The mill was built in IKOtf by H
Legislative committee of seven with splendid description of British Col- teresting papers were given, dealing boys work, After the b„nquet the ev- McPherson and bad been opera tin-
Mrs. C.  B. Hume, chairman. umbla;     ami ctlle renlarks throughout with this topic under various     head- ening wiU be „prnt listening to songs,  steadily.  Ahout „ year ago the prop-
The Form,   will aim  to    unite     all ™" '•'" °' information and good hu- ings,     which     were much enjoyed by  choruses, and speeches of thc first or- erty was taken over Mv Vi. A. Foote
the  women of  the community in act- »"»M and were of a thoroughly     edu- those present. ,,,,.   Eyery fathcr having a gon ^ thc forraerly mayor of    Revelstoke      and
ive co-operation for the betterment of rational character.     The residents of     The meeting of tbe Society for next boyg.  department is asked to reserve Mr. Sutton of Vancouver,     who     re-
thc    Y.M. a.m.  by  Chinamen wbo were    cutting '"UUl"8     a~°    ard Ma;°r Foster  ha*
have a special field just now iu bolts and camping near the mill, and be°n S° engaged    n the     (ir'DS     line
the younger boys. the    alarm     was turned  in by tbem.  e^r     Sm°e- K  was while PWformina
Presentation mac;e io
Mrs. B. C. FrEeman
the     city.    ,n  a spirit  of enlightened   r»ft 8"atly appreciated  Mr.  Humph- week has been changed to     Thursday  that night for tbe big occasion. Every  built the mill,    putting in new much-
Pab»« service. "*« c^r^   a"d     "ope for a speedy evening,  November 30, in order   that boy     mugt     be   aCcompamed  by bis  Inery and an electric light  plant,    all
To pro.;,., ,, good offices to the return visit. Miss F. Lawrence pre- a St. Andrew's Night entertainment faUlor, but in the case of those fath- ol which is said to 1," 1 .st. Since rarity authorities in any matter of in- ««d at the organ and Mrs. Paul may be put on by tbe Educational from being in town that night, ar- k«n over by Sutton and Foote the
terest  to the citizens;                                 story received an     encore     for     her Committee. This meeting will be held mngementa  will  be mude to have an  mill has been ... steady shipper.     Tbe
To w„rk f„r .;,.od     municipal   gov- tplenAul    rendering of a soprano solo in     the church nnd the public are in- adlllt    men.ber of the association nc- 1-ss    runs    into the thousands, with
ernment  (1)   ny  encouraging     citizens entitled   '.somewhere a voice is    Call- vited to be present. The prograi
Of the hest  type to stand    for     office  inK'"     The   cllair w*s taken by Rev. take the form of an  illustrated
nnd by securing a city council repre- ™ar'5 Phillips of Taft
sentative eif the whole citizen body.I
(_!. By encouraging a course in civics
in our sch...Is. (3) By securing an
adequate vote in all municipal elections. (4) By creating a centre at
which any question may he dealt
witb whicli  is .e[ vital  interest to the
'ec- company their boys to thc
s    them i; 's reported, very little insurance,
banquet.     ''''"' loss to the town of Trout Lake
Corcpaip Result is
262ft New Members
ture on "A Tour Through Scotland,"  Tickets    for    the banquet can bc bad  will be keenly felt, as tbis was one of
which     will     be given by Mr.  W.  M.   fr„m    tb(,     secretary     for     50 cents.   Its chief industries.
Lawrence,  in addition to which
eral illustrated BOCKS
sev- Where there may be two junior mem-
will be rendered lmrs of the one family,     50 cc
bj   members  of the society.     Ninety- mission will cover the two
four beautifully colored scenes will be b,.( n agreed by the Hoard of Directors
thrown on thc screen und all who at- to extend  an  invitation to the     ban-
tend     this meetinc are sure of a real quet  to •ill  boys of the e.ty over ten
:'.".:'School For UlRd
Children is Opened
The Bazaar held by the Ladies' Aid
of the Meth .disl Church on Friday,
November 17th, was u '■ery successful
one, as the large attendance testified.
The  well-a] .Mm. y      anil
candy tables ato nded with the good
things which I ly sale,     also
fancy ueful articles, ot
winch there were a goodly nun.Mer.
The s it in     the fish
pond was as enthusiastic as ever and.
the alt •        •   cup of tea waa
.a  •• the tea r.ioms.
A i e of   I evening
was :l presentation to Mrs. Freeman
oi a vei y pretty t ■ y by the mem
bers of the Aid.
The :; isii ■ ti    givi n i y    tbo
welfare of tbe women and children.     |   The regular monthly meeting of the trcat-     Tl'cre     will be no admission[ years of age and notmemberVof the   ' " of Miss Dickie,
In Provincial matters    the   Forum Revelstoke R.R. Y.M.C.A. waa held in <*****• °"t during the evening a -col- M80clation.    Tickets   for these boys     [n Mav last     scl I for    stthtiess '?        ' r1""    t0 a very
will     endeavor    to arouse interest in  tbe Association  building on    Tuesday '«*ion will be taken, to     defray     ex-  can   ,„,  hml  f„„„  „.„, S1„.,„t„.v    imli,    fc J,   J   ""' ;l '    '     '       ,    "J '
reforming and amending laws    which evening, with   the following members P<">«*'     It    Is hoped that every one and not later than Friday, December 6treet      Vancouve      under        ",'"i   "'■ ery gratifying
at present are un.ust    to women and present   Vi. Hews, chairman; R. How. wl" avail themselves of   the    oppor-  lst. A„ ,„,vs ,,lllst     ,„.   accompanied    ,„i   n perlcnced tee bet   Mr.
«hlldren. |son,  W.  L.  Crawford, F.  Paulding,  J. f"^'>'  "f  9M108  these    pictures,      as   ,,y ,,„,,. [;lt|„,. „„  ,,,,,,   ,„,,,,. T  ...     ..    T7T   T '  ™*T    thank  :l11    who helPed "'  any  way to
It   is  hoped   tbat   a  !Br80  attendance  Goble,   W,   T.   Johnson,   N.   R.   Brown, '■'"e'1  magnificent scenes     have     never 	
itt  the   monthly meetings will testify K. G. Hews, u. Chisholm, R. Gordon, "'':i »hown in our city before.   Come
t.e the real live Interest     women   in- and General Secretary Thomson. inB -ni bring your friends.
tend taking in  these questions. I    [Encouraging reports were submitted' 	
The next moeting of the Woman's which showed that the work of each
Forum will be held In the City lliill department was going along satis-
t-ti     Tuesday     evening,  December  12. factor!ly.     The     financial    statement
The meeting will be in charge of the gives receipts from all sources for the
Margin of Six Points
In Three Games
Prisoner of War
writes from Germany
j   receiving the !.,  1  ,,•
reused to seven  [hi.      I be Gov-  ■ n ■
nn... in   is providing loi   tl 1    fl^g   UjllVBSSIilQ
e. that    the pari nta are not ~
Ciiy for Funds
Municipal committee,  who have made month     of October to be $625.45 and
■arrangements for two very opportune expenditures $533.10,     leaving   a bat-j    on     Monday     evening     Crawford's
addresses, one from    Mr.  Manning on ance of W2.95. ,,,im  went down to   defeat     against
the qualifications     and     duties    of a!    Mr. Brown in presenting the    ir.ern- the C.P.R., losing two games out    of
school   trustee;  this will    be followed bersbip  report  made  special  reference three.  With the exception    of Quinn'S
with     a talk given by Mayor McKin- to tbe ten days Continental member- two    hundred  mark   n the last 7.™ Germany.     On.     one  ,,f tho post ' „:*"",,             ''   ,' ,'" '    ,     T   '                        ,!l" Bal'    '!
non on Civic Finances.                            ship campaign for SO-,000   new     men.    he was no ""IHant   for^ shown ^ »""*'" Cor*1 Pft,ntin«'8 """l- '   ',' v                  ' ,  . 2"?           '       '                       *"'  "" °D ""
Over, woman  is welcome to attend Arrangements bave been   made     with during    he ma c     The res     s a e    ' -r ' t0«ethM """ °" (,tbcr »™^       l    i'""""'" ',',     «      U,:"'" '"' b'-
tbis   meeting, or any meeting of the the C.P.R. at Montreal to    wire   aU ?0Uow.'                              1U "'M ers of war. He  writes    as    follow.: ?"J alsf° ^ d dub social ai
I                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    IVllUTVO.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Illl'l   llhe.lll            III      I"      riltl'L'      -I...II      , l.„       |..lllB|._         n,.rl;n,.»         .        .          ..I'                        1         .                                I.                                                  .«_
Forum,  which  will  always  bo held in  over the System the result     of    each1
the City Hull.
C. P. R.
BOARD OF TRADE,
The next n onUily meeting, Dec-
..nl BT 7th. will lake the form of B
supper.
line in two short speeches and a
■ong ni two win be the program.
Tin' affair Will be over by nlno
o'clocl it the latest nnd lt ls
hoped thai all nu'inhcrs will nt-
t.nd and bring a liienil. Important
business    will   be   presented.      Full
particulars will   be    given    next
week.
day's  work.    From the daily  reports n. tjuinn
coming     in,    tbe 30,000 new members a. Stinirley
are assured     for   the last day of tho \v. Cassldy
campaign.  Dp till    Wednesday,     Nov- w. Falk
ember 22, there were ,110 additions to, j, Goble
the membership of    tho     Association
all over the O.P.R,     system,    with a
grand toi a ol 26,383 for the   Continent    This leaves  a  balance of  8717 yet
to M" brought in to tho ranks of the
I atlon.     To  Wednesday.  Novem-' l,  A,. Raker
ber   m tha v. M. c ... on tho    C.P.jw. Adams
R. system  reported  as follows.     New  \v. _, Crawford
 mbers   Kenora, BS;    chaplcan, 77;' r. L. Hay
Sehreilier,  7.1;      Revelstoke.   (6;  Cran-'
brook, 24; Cartier, Uj     White River,
18, Ignace, 13, j   t_0if_ I)ifliJ) 20DG.
Total pins, 20?0.
Crawford.
W. T. Johnson
124 163 310
122 111 12:!
177 101 127
120 121 121
133 1441 172
676 6G2 752
Burke.  II  opened with somi   Ave chit- make tho bazaar a success,
he'ii in attendance end lias since
rrea ed 1 1 .-.".e.n  -1.1.    The tl..
11
so LiiaL     me parents are n- .1  .'
Th.- cl
  a''1 ui.' 11 in the
  I "Braille" syste vhich is tbe
Ain Interesting postcard   has    been modern and perfeel Bystem of writing     Th   8kl Cl  b   lirectors are busy on
received by J. Beck    rrora    Corporal w,thout 8i6ht' ty for funds to
_,. , ,      To vi It this school and     see     the -,.i Sports;
C.   W.  Puinting, who  is  a  prisoner  of ,    .
pupil.-, and their teacher     at  work  Is and so I ive met    with very
war 111 Germany,    his address     being ,, .,,.,,.
worth anyone s while,   ibe uttli       . .rt    lhe  financial secret-
x Kon.pe, ]•: Barrack, Olessen, Hesse,
and guls are very happy,  .-.o far, the  ary is organizing the sab  of member-
sale
be-
 ^^^^    at
 -      - ,  „v .........    T.......... possible    elate-.      liming     the
cd from the various p irtions ol     the  week a ci Dsldera il    „f worlt
Province    and    given the benefit ol     ts beei thanks to
this   mo 1 necessary and very helpful the voli rvice of several club
_._...-._..    ....... v,..v ... ti-dn-jut-.   Any parents or others who     • iluding Nels Nelsen,   club
Revelstoke and we were talking about   , ,       ,., ,   ,, ,,   ,
,. , know    ol 1 children raptaln. . ml ..n bis    skis
von.      He      was  111  Ih"  hospital  "lien
"llo  there,   Jack,   bow  are   you
ting    along, ymi will i.e surprised to
get    this    f   reckon. 1 met a fellow
named  Qlln    who used  to  work  out  "f
fortunate htii us should be gathei    earliest
1 you used to visit  if. ThiH is a photo
of a few of the    Uritish    Columbia
hoys. Remember ma    (■>    everyone."
Corpl.   Painting  wns  formerly on  the
.- .   , .-.-  s(a|I "f tbo Imperial Hank of Canada
112 158 IM       ,     ,,..,,,,,
... . „ -»iand     left, that Institution to tnko up
157 109 89!
112   125   181
well advised te>    Immedl
iiiiinn-.it<• with   .1. .1. Dougan,
com-           the I e ol snowfall, being
Hon. as 1                 ,   .•. i'i cat  to     go     over
President,  L-850 Cotton   Drive,    Van- tbat Jump again and make Up for tha
couver,    B.C., In older that all may time    lost    by his hurt foot of laat
be in readiness lor the Brst   ■.('   tha tl    .    ngsters,
New Vear.    No blind child should be too, 1 to thi   boards,    ami
...       ....      . _..._.„ *_,..„ ..,, (|(M1,,(j   ,|„, advantages for the sight- the competitions for the boys premise
railroad     work,     and nt tho time of ,  .    ,,   .     .
147
14fi
130 1
168
98
178
713
63C
743
' less anv   more than a sighted boy or to be istard this winter,
enlisting was    employed an  hrakeman   ......   .,....,, ,. ...... .. ....,'.
on tbo C.P.H.
There uro 1C7 telephones in    Trail,
and 217 lu Rossland. Nelson has 647. ' vcry great credit.
girl should bo brought up    without a A  number of first letters     have been
common education—the need is     even sent     out    to    various clubs and in-
iiiiieh gnater, ami, in providing such divlduals   ami everything looks as if
I, tho    Government    deserves the    mountain would see a big time
' at tbc coming tournament. PAGK 1 MM.
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 27,, l'.INf...
Pub]    '.- 1   MM Ul  i '.■   »l
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to iii n      to     the
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ilj        ttme3 ol peace,
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iv. We
all     lm      ..           ''   perform, an 1 we
all   mils    c>       I      i niaki
o '-     share to aid
hicl      our ;
,  . desperately I
to   |   Ive   .'f
i n  effort   to
ula iiiiitely
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recruits,
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Those whose diet is deficient in bodybuilding   powers    arc   living   in    the
-7      1 o
danger   zone   and    fall   to   the   first
attacks of chills, colds and influenza.
Unless you nourish the body the body
will fail  as surely  as an army  cut oft
from irs base of supply.
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tei   !' .    .     but      for
,   .
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city ami
irted
who refuse's t.
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ES SITUATION
Can a H;          Divic'ed  gain
,  ,i
s   l.sell   v           Make 30
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L-     .'y w 1
just makes al! the difference
between your being nourished
and your not k^ng nourished
by your food.
Bovril is the food the body-building
powers of which have been proved by
independent scientific investigation to
bc from io to ?.o times the amount
taken.
m
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HOVllII. FOU TIIK FRONT
,    ipi   ol     1.50     to     di ■ pati M
,alf a do en (G)  1 oz. tin ■    of I'oncen
i 'artidinn  Sol licr  in  England
, of sen line  13. vril to yom
LIMITED   27 St,  Peter Si.,   Montreal.
IA/F   have recently  purchased  an
V
Embossing System.
P*VF hav~the e>
*-   the district
exclusive risrhts  for
» V
Any   Design  You
V  I L        \XTie   U
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or hidden mystcrlci   nt polltl I
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U/p   want, your orders for Engrav
'*-  ing. C        Prices Charged
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SEE OUR SPECIMENS
MAIL-HERALD- »    JOB DEPT.
Special Values Jn
J^adies isdinter Coats
VV ■ ir s cli rin j all our winter coats at Special Reduced
Prices, so before purchasing
please inspect our coats.
Nev) Cjaorette Crepe Itiaists
Ladies' waists in .-ill colors
latest styles jusl arrived,
Prices from $5.00 to 7.00
Aa pita & £).&A. Corsets
The best corse, made in
Canada, every pair guaranteed
to give satisfaction.
Prices from $1.00 to 5.00
Fred Young & Co,
l-Mi.-i <>i y Phone Hid
P.O.Bos 131
iti'sulonca I'lioiu' _!M'I
Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
O. W. Abrahamson,  Proprietor
We can Ull any orders of windows or doors or iinvtlilnn
in iln- factory line
We   also  carry  n   complete stock of building tin
,UMBER,SHINGLES,LATHS& MOULDINGS,
CEMENT, WOODFIBRE, LIME & BRICK
ESTIMATES   GIVEN   FREE
What's in a Name ?
Well, It juet depends. Whcc you hear of Iloltso Dread
you naturally feel hungry. The crisp brown exte-.jr nnd
the appetising white innlde are lioth tigen of tbe tood
flour we use and tbe care we take to bake tt Just rli-ht.
Try lt for yourself—we do not. fear the result.
Phone 41
HZO-BSOJ-STS
734
F. B. WELLS
Men's Outfitter
Fur Buyer	
Complete   Line  of   MENS  WEAR
Union  IIotul,
A. )>. LBVBSQUB, Propi
FIRST STREET,   NKVI'I.S'n/M;, \\.t\
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh fron      n Ranch
) '"■ KIT A I      Sl itab,y furnished with the
HOTEL
J. Alht-rt Stone, Proprietor
choicest thu market affords.
Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. liatoa $1 a day.
Monthly rates.
IMPURE DRINKING WATER IS
THE FRIEND OF DISEASE
Our CARBONATBD BEVERAGES are trninfi.ctured from ab-
noliitely pure syrups and thrice filtered water. Their uso ls beneficial to HEALTH and a preventative ol DISEASE.
Try our (linger Ale, Cream Soda, Ginger Beer, fie.. The mountain water Is not Simon    Pure In tbe cood old summer time.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers
Direct Importers SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1916.
THE    MA:L     • E R ALD, REVELS TO KE
PAUB   THRBB
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coat, and
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RAW PURS—«',. ure. Ill   Ian GL'NS     n
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703 HALLAM BUILDING, TORONTO.  GAI
54th Battalion
Cet kit Shipment
ieetlng  ol     tho     Red
I   I    ,;, the . .M.C.A., Tues
;  ,.     Mrs.  u.  11.    Pratt  was in the
it   v ... ! thai  tho next ship'
.   , I., the 54th Battalion,
ti    oua   Me ha ire a good
re woi tiers, bo
I, i    bi nd     the
on,      Shli i ■ .      i ockfl  nnd
most ni   i 'i   and as I bei o
iiu. 11 we feel sure
: .. .     : e.    b a ve a
i he   nie d In the
.
  to oui  Tues
not  nlreadj   a re.en.
and join1
,vork was handed In:
drs, He, 2 pairs i ocks,
.    e .,. ni.- i reek)
1      |     el 01   ItB    l-.i'-ll
.Mi-. cul     oul   ..   shirts
.in I 13 s   i- -.! |ij Ian ,i-.
m.      ii h a monthly
,; ;   -   - .       ... i reieived.
i ,.      ; ii active
i     Mr. (!. H. Goodwin n£
■
,-cre left  In     the
the    Red Cross   tea.
i havi    ami   by apply-
. Mrs. Vi. II. ii itt.
M.   im  i RyUHART,
Secretary.
AFTER GRIPPE
■■'(.•yllado Strong By Vinol
SoVIT.   ,     KnilS,       "I lie-    I ll'lppp     le-ll      HI,-
ill II W'i'ltk, lli'l'VOIIi, run dow n condil ion,
I Lm   IWilk tei (lu mv liiiii.-.'Wuik nml
' Id nnl Rli'cp.    After' trj i.e,-' dlll'vrcnt
me Mi, M... >. iilimil hiMii'dt Vi not rostori'd
ii... In tli, al nn ih und iippel 111., Vinol
. i.'ml  in,.Mil in,, nml  ,,\i i-v  weak,
i ■ run dnv n  womnii  should  take
it." Ill' 'Me I    I  Ml    M .
Vinci]    Bliiirpoiifi   tlie   tippet Ite,   niil*
II,     elll     lll.fl       Illi'       III,mil,      nn.l
up iintiii'ii I i tn nj I li nml uiici'gi.
L'l',1   ,:   nil  e nr ; lllU'lllllec,
■. DrtiRfrlst, Roveb toke
R.C. also at the hei i di ugglsts Id
ill  Bril sh i 'olumbla towns,
Greenv   oil   citizens    1 ,i. e   ,,i gnnli od
i Sold ers' i 'orroBpondcnco Club.
' m  ii        -        rowers   aro     gel I Inn
■l.i. I..   \m   i  v ii.  i  api li b,     while
m, ,.      i'i       • • i i ,i, ■ in.-   i    ci nl    lei a,
pei   box.
Tr ill Smelter I    now     the greatest
alltu   leal  plant  In i 'annda,   band
line     ■ ■   : •. r ■ .i-i i y ,,f   metals and
rodiici    th in nny other planl    In
n on,
RAILWAY TIME TAHLE
• . Vnn-
4.to      |
and
le,
lllll
p.m.
Tra r,  m .,  >   from     \ au
n ion,
.
I      ■ • lee     \Mlll-
at     5.25    .i.m. and
leaves -.- '. i ■ a.m.
iu fer to To-
i ,,...,     nn.l
...in.
■ n I
el stoke     to
i
a.m.  R levelstoke     the
•   :  .:    ii e, n.
(Mil  V -. !   .-Minday
•     >     ■ .ke to  Arrow-
bead    wil at 11.30
, t. toke     the
p.m-.
' .,::.! Satur-
■ .ii trom
.  1 ot tbe
,i".il     Sun-
th • - -in tbe
e   nnect   •-.
with tl ci for Ravelsl ike.
ry  mall and  bag-
gaze.
: i ENTS    PER POUND IN
ITALY,
i   . ,   ' nmental     deer n   Ib-
Increa        I      pi Ice ol
ity cents to    I
....  e   nts per ) .und.    I n toi
,,r.   Ml
15    ,-       dtii -    nat l. i
. i on,   in .view ir.  ; hi   incr.
iversi
i j.,. minister i 11 ure,  Slgni r
l.-iiiie r ent, expresses the
hope     that     tl
■ i
nd that nil "•(
■
th    fi   ' ■
.   - ti tribu
, |        ced. 1
is in e I rement
ol -   Italy,
tl  has m en t.     -'robil.it
purchase by vv< imen ot - xpi ns ■
ir.<i-M-     ai. 1 millini ry.      \l!  li
nd e ii ■ ntal eai pets bas
een pri
Bowling Schcdula
1-' n   Hall.
ford v. Directors
1—Sturdy v. Pai
l—l                  . C.P.R.
'
■ ■  ..
i   rd -.-. Par 11.
11—Sturdy v. C.P.R.
13—Kn .-lit v. Directors.
erg v. Parker
IS—Knight v. Crawford.
■
rdy
Fire Hal    .. C.P.R.
THE RE   I UIT.
IE ROYAL NAVY
WANTS    ■ p
:anadi
rice,
tl..
■
ion or IJ
.     -
1
tbo Agent or Sub-Agent of the dis
trict in whicb the rights api Ued for
ar.' situated.
i n bui v.'\ ed i erritoi y the land must
be described by sections, or leg i
divisions   ,.f    sections, and In unsurveyed territory  i he trad   a] pit. A lo
sball    be Btaked out by I bi
himself.
Each     applicat Ion   must b
paiiii'd by a fee of ■>■'■■ which will     be
royalty     shall  i e paid on
antable    oul pul     ot th.   mine at  the
i .--ie- oil live ci nts per ton,
The pen on operal lng th   -   •.- Bhnll
furnish  th..   Agent   w th 81
.I.-. nt im-     for the lull • j     ol
men hnntnbln   :onl mln el nnd ■
i oyall v     11   ri on.   11 i ho •
rights aro noi    i -n • operat id, •■• i h   re
i urns     sh mid     be fui nishi .1   r  least
once   i  year,
The lease '■' i'i include the i
•Mi-- right :..'-    rescinded   b.
27 of f 5 Oeorge v. assi Qted to   i-th
June, 19] I.
For     full     Infoi mal Ileal Ion
Bhould be mndo to thc < retary ol
the depart mi nl of thi Inter ". < tta
- ■ or to any Agent or Su ' • it ol
<■■■    ir-.ri Lands.
\v. w. CORT,
Deputy Minister of tbe Interior,
N.B.—Unauthorized  publicat on    ot
advertisement will not be   Maid
for.
Reveli toke I/od^e
Ne,, 1066
[/n  l.l.   ORDER
OP MOOSE
■ j   second
nd I e>      , Tuesday
n   esin.- the's    Hall.
\ ,      ng Rrel    en   re •   idi illy Invited.        -Ml   IN K   Fi PE, lii.'.
II  I.  i| M
l».
KOO Mo.
A.   K.   an*  A    U.
Regular    Meet ngi     »re keid la
New Masonic Hall on the Foartll
at  I j>.m.
»r«    cordially
welcome*.
C. R. 31
•,•.-•;   ry
0.   11
i. ii ..). r.
Meets everj Thursday  ertatnf la
-   Hull  st  s o'clock, Viiiting br .llallj-  invited.
I'.W Ml RA1 BITT, N.G.
eei lUry.
'Mm,
1 •        -        - 1
At F
loaf ■
ts,
pound
up to     loaves
Thi   C    ,R.   I
i
• ■   cd     Its
.;.   '  1.1.MNK.    :
IVlth th. ..."
nd
thiS    IS
lone i sec
■
I
dampne ..mer, many
stovepipes wlll ■ rusted
eivfully
e     ■
• ■ II'   ■  I , ■ 11      ■       ■ ?t   COI        ...
if lb elder,
'  'V-
■i r—
; ■ stay,
e not        ettl ■: er?
,ii! bit play,
■
'Tis n   '
ii. .        her,
n i snow—
■ ing, i....ii •
'
■ - -.,     more
•■
n —
ther!
ken,
brother]
 i.
U
SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG-
■ LATIONS.
ng rights of tbe Don
in     M -;m  and  Al
berta,  I North
• ,m of
the ; i ■ nee ot iirituM. Columbia,
may hi
one yeai ral for a i  term
ifl 21  years at     an     annual     rental
rre.   Not more than   I
acres will
I •■■ 1 c il "ii     for n lease must     he
mnde 1 . •  I'lirniit in person     to
RE\    m RIB8
CUT  i-M I'I.ANTS
'  05(1
E.G.
Burridge & Sun
Plm              J Tinsmiths
.'.
Metallic
Ceiiin   . Corrug:at0dR<OOf-
ln_y
-!•, und up-
tc-dstc f'lumbingr
Work
Shop                          \v...
REVE
OKE              -     U.i'.
00 >D POLICY
it's good policy tot I; in k ofl u
ft        ilhetli   ' olicj toprovi
tbe nn lei 'mi'- ii iii ,iv I., i in store
foi you. Tl i bui i-sl wny ol protecting
your. timl] -
LIFE .N< I-: POLICY
company.   The liit;li
Bnancial  Fitandinp and long b
ite]    ■■
absolutely    tn
Youi    time  mai   he  i
Don'l d I..' out n policj
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LtdJ
A. E. Kincaid. Man
GOLD RA1 No. M
KNIGHT8   OF  PYTHIAS
Meets  every    Wednesday  »Tfaing
at    i  o'clock,    in  SrtkirV.  H»)l.
Visiting    br< ei rdlally ta-
T1U4.    W. POTTRUFF. C. C.
R. GORl ON,  K nr R. S.
DR
T.   HEARD
jENTIST
OVER
NK
r
A B I.ISHEU
IMPERJALBANK
OF CANADA
CAPITAL PAID UPi-T.OOO.OOO'R-CC^IVVE FUND S7000.0CO
C HOWLAND. PRESIDENT. E. HAY, GENE]    L MAI
HEAD OFFICP: TORONTO
rm G Buiineia Trnniacted.     Careful   iltenl
i" ■   ■   un - ol M.-r I ml     \l  ,.. | ,,-niri-rs and Karmers.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL I
1
!   BRAN! •
* Nlf.i! \N. Manager
ANNOUNCEMENT
MEETINGS AND ENTERTAINMENTS
Notices ot patriotic   lodge, society, club or eh-.irch   m.  I n con-
cei      socials, etc., Inserted under s -'   e.n
:  ■ ni twimy ii.-   cents per - u I
larger than one Inch ng matter undei i ila" on
news pages at ten cents |     I    rtion. In I imber 25.
inches
•  tbe    ni.'in-
ttallon,
•        • .       li I with
tructed
t to 1        theii
. ; i • ii
' . prop-
th?
■
e   ,  V      |,OS
grill 1
The Consolidated Mining & Smelling Co.
Ol Canada.   Limited
i in  ,
I R ML,   BRI I ISH  COLL'MHI \
SMICLTEKS ANU REFINERS
Purchasers of Cold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
TltAll, BRAND I'M. LK \l'. BLUE8TONB AND 9PELTEM
Patriotic
Fund
Please pay your
Subscription to
the Canadian Patriotic Fund to
the Molsons Bank
or to R. Gordon,
Secretary
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Department.1! Stores
manmum
wonr At mtnl nuT> p-;ce
DRY  GOODS   DEPARTMENT
MILLINERY ON SALE
.LL  '-'ll I
Tr ■ ts, Ti
drei
■
VPEH in :, lot ol good   •■ 1
-
.-, red .1 on ol ONE THIRD
PRICE.
VS »N"a      \ EILING      in
et and itge    open
ard    10c
Sl FCIAL i .'1   '■!•'
■ .1 - lies'
r T. C f'.
S3.50
H .TS     in Browi
• :     - irim-
\1! at or. . 50(
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
ii
i'i, t'
--nill.
■
both wil •      und
LION   BRAND     i
23 to 27, In
it S5 00 to $7.50.
-
■
■
; I ■
■     .'■    ■
■    '
■
$6.50
: VS' SUITS,
i
■
• e.f
$10.00 suit.
Hoys' ' KINAWS
'     v itll
15.     Trice
o.
GROCERY  AND   CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
FRESH  e KANAU NN ■ t."\ BR
HONEY,
5 li- 'i ..   $1.25
  30i-
M M'l.l-  l-l.',...ill  I'     MN Rl 1 .
Large Tins   S1 25
Medl . 75i-
I Til ...   40r
TRE M Ml
■    d I ure.
Gallon Tli
-_
.25
Imperial .. S1.25
 75c
'   i    ■   75e
I'nit iii.mi,   40c
iRN SYRUP—
  50o
? ii. t di   25c
MOI   .
rvi .  HONEY.
■ i .  30i-
2. ''   iMn«   65c PAOE EOL'R
THE   MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, L91«.
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
if,   Bews' big Bale started yesterday
Peg o' thc Ring at the Empress to-
Saighl
BANKHEAD BRIQUETTES BUltN
BEST.
Electric Table
Hardware Co.
Lamps.     Lawrence
l.ibby's     ('ut
Hardware Co.
Clluss. — Lawrence!    Gnlt Goal for sale.  Sibbald & Son.
,i. li. Sibbald n.tidii a trip    to Arrowhead during the week.
Thcro's comfort  in  cooping
Coursier's Coal.
with
Barton's Studio
Christu us oflei
in    advertising a
Christmas suggestions — soe
rence Hardwure t 'o
l.UW-
Dr, B. ii. S. McLean spent Tuesday
i.i Malakwe   Inspecting the school.
Electric Light fixtures, suitable
Christina presents, Lawrence Hardware Co.
Children's
li, cents up
Co.      oy.
sleighs  of  all kinds  from
ni the Sturdy Hardware
Hay in i eing shipped into the city
iiy .1. Johnson und Mr. Hoggstrom
ot Malakwa.
We are agents tor the famous Wear
IM-:- aluminum wine. Sturdy Hardware Con pany.
tl. W. Service's latest book,
'•Rhymes 'ef ., Ked Cross Man," for
■ale ai  Macdonald's Drug Store.
The adjourned annual meeting ot
the Revelstoke Branch Canadian Patriotic Fund will be held in thc City
■Hall en Friday evening, December 1,
at 8 o'clock.
Union Clothing Fire Sale is still on.
Ab the present premises are not suitable for rold weather, prices are cut
bo low thnt the goods,should bc all
eold  before the real cold weather sets
A weiii.ei in Revelstoke on Tuesday
was A, I'M.rr.'st ..( Mbert Canyon.
Three hours ot the greatest pictures
in the Spoilers, Empress, Monday.
Take a  look  «t  the label    oil     your
paper; you may be one ol the   "call-
I od."
Willi,im Farmum and Kathlyn William in the Spoilers, Empress, Monduy.
Dr, l-M ll. S, McLean ol Nakusp Inspected the BChool at Albert Canyon
mi Tui sdaj.
w.' are agents lor the famous Wear.
Ever aluminum ware. Sturdy Hardware Company.
Revelstoke's contribution     to     thu
Prisoners  "f  War  Fund tor November,
amounted to over •r.r>0.00.
Have you  read the latest—"Rhyme
of a Red t i'obs Man," by  R.  W.  rier-
I vice,  tor Kale at    Mucdouuld's     "rug
I .Store.
I The current issue of thu B.C. Gaz-
etto contains the olbciul announcement thut the Legislature will convene tor business on January IS.
(!. W. Hell, Ltd., haa just opened
up h large consignment of jardlen-
niers, ranging In prices from iiu cents
up. It will pay you to investigate.
Tlio Spoilers in ? reels at   the Uni-
press Theatre, Monday.
Prices for  the     Bpollers,      Monday,
The Nakusp Annual Hospitai    Ball Empress, Adults 26c, children 15c.
will  be held on November 30, ......
See Francis  Ford and Grace  I unard
The Vancouver had an article    last m Peg o' the llinlj at  the    Empress
week dealing with the RevelBtoke tiki tonight,
_,. , i
t lull  toiil'iiaiiieut. f I
Children's Bleighs of ail kinds from
Just arrived—ii full line of crockery _r> cents up at the Sturdy Hardware
Come and     inspect     same.     Sturdy Company.
Hardware Company, j
j    The greatest light ever    shown     in
The    Canadian    Government    huB pictures at the    S'pollers,    i-mpress,
placed $3yOOO,OCO' with chartered banks Monday.
tor purchasing grain for Knglund.
Mr. and    Mrs.  .1.  11.      Johnson     of
Mrs, Lee   Marsaw    of    RevelBtoke Malakwa wen- visitors to Revelstoke
reached tho city last evening    and is during the week.
slaying   at   the  Hume.-—Nelson  News. I
Tho Mail Herald may bo   purchased
VI. Moore  left    tot      Kamloops     on  at     Hews'   Drug  Store,      Macdonald's
Tuesday,     He    expects in go to Hie Drug Store, or the Sugar Howl.
coast      later     and     take an ollicers'
„-.._.„ Mrs,   s. Q, Robblns will receive on
[the Firsi   Wednesday  in  December ln-
0, ii. Atkins has returned to   town gtead ot the laBt    Wednesday In Nov-
fi • >tu the prairie   where     he bus been  ember,
engaged In surveying farms    for   rc-
turned soldiers. J'w  Wlllard  '"  th"  HeQrt     ,'mU'h'
'at the ['Impress     tonight.     See     the
Mrs.     Vi.  S.  Stewart     and     little  champion for thc lirst time in a great
daughter  spent     several   days  of  lust  fjglit.
week in  Kevelstoke,    the     guestB     of!
Don't forget the    bazaar    In    St.
The i tu mt Battalion    has    arrived
safely lm England.
ThO roller rinl: in the Opera House
will he open next week.
See a whole town dynamited, a
voicanio earthquake, spoilers, Monday.
iieew about a pair ot skates for
your boy or girl at Christmas? Law-,
riucu Hardware Co,
Hon, A. B, Kemp, who has heen
head of the war purchasing department has been appointed to Bucceud
General Sir Sam Hughes us Minister
of Militia and Defence.
At the Farmers' Institute district
conference to be held on December 9,
both aftornoon and evening, thu
speakers will be w. _, Bcott, Deputy
Minister ol Agriculture, Mr. Gibson
of the Education department, and w.
T. Men. Mild ot Ih. Live Stock depart ii'.'lit. The meetings will also be
i ddrosBed by representatives of    tho
City     Council,      th,,      School   Hoard,
Board of Trade and Women's Forum,
$10 REWARD $10
A 11.'Ward .if $10.00 will be given
for iiiforiiiation that will lead to tho
conviction of the person or persona
who are breaking street lightH and
windows in the city, especially om
Fifth and Si\th Streets.
.1. CLELAND,
Chief of I'olice.
Mrs. Larder at the rectory.
Don't forget the     bazaar
Francis     Hall     on     Wednesday   and
in    St. Thursday, November -'.• and 30. There
Francis     Hall     on     Wednesday   andj will he a card party on    the evening
Thursday, November 29 and 31). There a[ the 30th.
will be a card party on    the evening
f the 30th Rev' ""• Yol,luul lmrt been appointed
I Deputy    District Grand Master of the
"RHYMES     OF     A    RltlD CROSS  Grand Lodge of   Uritish Columbia ol
MAN"  is a book    distinctively Cana-  the Sons of   England.      His territory
dian     and     just,    the   thing to send  includes Fast Kootenay and the OkaE
Word ol the death of tbeir brother,
-in. j who was killed iu a railway uccidcut
Local papers throughout the prov- * Gla86°w WiiS recei™d by Mrs.
mce to band this week all tell of sue- Knox and Mlsa McMiimiB on Tuesday
■cessful concerts given My school chil- Watch the Mail-Herald next week
dnn In lid >ef the Belgian children. lol. f,irther prices on our Christmas
That gallant llttli Belgium has a BOft goods. A whole ear of fresh stock
j.lace in ..ur hearts if quite clear,      | ,,,,„- on the way for O. W. Bell, Ltd.
to friends in Kciglaud or tbe boys in
France. For salo at Macdonald's
Drug Store.
According to word received hy Rev.
C. A. Procunier from     Vi. Alexander,
agan.—Golden Star.
G. S. McCarter is leaving for Uritish Columbia soon to qualify (or tho
provincial bar. He will still retain
his connection with the tirm of Long-
London,  Eng., formerly employed    by  heed and McCarter.—Calgary   Herald,
the Canadian Pacitic Railway at this| "twenty years ago."
point, Charlie Procunier is recovering
satisfactorily from bis wounds.
J. P. Forde   of Nelson,     Dominion
Dr. Uri.uhart had as his guest ou
Saturday and Sunday, Capt. O. De-
moiith of the  Royal    Army     Medical
Albert Canyon is coming more to non't forget the bazaar iu St,
the front every day. Tho Canadian Francis Hall ou Wednesday and
I'acitic railway have just completed a Thursday, November 29 and 30. There
new roundhouse and are putting up ,vln •,„, ., ,.a,.(1 [tM-ty on the evening
cn igei  for  the  use ol their employ-  0j the 30th.
Government      engineer,  spent  Sunday  Corps who is or. three mouths     leave
iu  Kevelstoke    on business in connec- owing to wounds received in a battle
res is well .is a rooming and
ing house.
hoard-
Just arrived- a full line ot crockery
Come an.l     inspect     san.c.     Sturdy.
Word was received by Arthui Wood- Hardware Company.
land     that     bin brother Victor is in1
hospital    with shrapnel  wound  in tl.e      ! al     s<-  John's     church—
knee, this being the Becond time with November   10.  Keep that night   open,
and don't fail to he present at the
St. Andrew's entertainment, invite
all \ our friends.
tion witb his department. Mr.Forde'sj uu the Dosniun front,
many friends are glad to know that
he is recovering fron. his serious accident. Some few days ago he bad
the misfortuue to fracture his arm
in two places, the result ot tbe engine of his motor boat backfiring.
in three months. His brother George,
who indi m    ii September,    is
now convalescent.
Mi     \.  !•>.  Solaway of Vancouver is
t-ikin.  ii.  Moth's duties as     division
and        trainmaster
.  vac-
it ■     r three we
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\ in   lm ted t    atti nd     the
w. Bervici     tor men held in tho
li Assoc! itlon     bulMHng,
every Sunday     afternoon,    -1    to 5
o On Sunday,   .' m inst.,    Rev.
'     .     Will Me
■  • ng.     s.Moist   F.     \- ■ . ,.. Wom.
Pa
•
Scandlnavl tn    Hall     on     Wi
- ..f the Si
■i" etj   v !-■  much
Ic
ha-.
• • • the fui
tli   e.
will
EMPRESS   THEATRE ]
PROGRAM
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A. Thomson, the popular secretary
of the Y.M.C.A., ruptured a muscle
in the calf of his leg while leading
tho Directors to victory in a Volley
Ball game against the Fire Hall on
ruesday evening. He will be slightly
Under the auspices of the Adult incapacitated for B week or two.
Bible i Mass of     St.  John's church, a1
.as neld at the home    of     Mrs.     This week,  subscribers wiU    receive
i-M UM Lain:-. Solos were rendered by thelr ":l',,'ls throu8h the """l- AB
Mrs. Baker, Miss McGiven, Miss An- tllere have been scver:l1 hundred 8Ut)-
nie McLean, Mrs. F. Bews, Mrs. Dent Bcrlbera namea chan*ed trom delivery
and Miss Blanche McCarty, while »? the ''"^ t0 t,ie "Mline
Br een,   Miss V, Crowe
Miss Sheila Dickey.
Notice to Logging
Contractors
A company proposing to operato a
sawmill on   Arrow    Lake,     in     1917,
I
wishes    to obtain oilers for supply of
logs and shingle bolts for cash in
booms north of the narrows, bctore
April 1st, 1917. Contractors are to
supply timber and all labor and materials. When writing, give particulars
of quantities of spruce, cedar, fir,
piae and hemlock that cun be supplied, and estimate ol clears tbat
timber will yield.
ALBERTA IMPORT CO. Ltd.
134 Ninth Avenue West,
CALOARY,  ALTA.
NOTICE.
COURT uF REVISION     OF     CIVIC
VOTERS' LIST FOR 1917.
The lirst sitting of a court for cop*
recting and revising the Municipal
Voters' List, will he held in the:
Council Chamber, City Hall, Revel*
stoke, K.C., on Monday, December
llth,  1916, at 8 p.m.
W. A. CORDON,
City Clerk.
Dated this 24th duy of November,
1916.
Tbc Steam Laundry will be closed
for repairs for a short time, and antl] i-.' opened no laundry will be cali-
ed for.
NOTICE.
WAINf  ADVTS.
FOR  SALE—Two  llaby  Sleighs.    AQ*>
ply to Mrs. (i. Ralph Lawrence.
TO I.FT—Furnished Rooms, verg
warm und comfortable, IU First
Street Fast.
for RENT — Seven-roomed House.
with if uii basement;   modern plumb*
Ing;  low  rental to right, party.  Apply G. W. Hell.
ind M layed mstru-
■
-.  from  Madrid  says     the
.    . eunced otli-
. j,. ssible that one or two subscribers'
names may have beeu omitted. Wo
shall appreciate it if subscribers will
notify us at once should they not receive  their  paper.
Thc W. A. of     St.  Peter's     church
will hold a bazaar nnd tea,  Tucaday1
afternoon. Dec. PJtb, and in the evening a dance at the Scandinavian Hall
"LIQUOR ACT 1910"
Section 42.
Some considerable trouble lias beeu
,   peror Francis  taused l" the 0olden  PoliCe tllia WCek
1 y several of     the men  who have ar-
, I     in     the town to work in   the
woods. On   Tuesday, as Chief Buther-
are  merciless.
'The     sinister     old
- •  years wore
i      disapi o  land wrnt t0 nrreBt "ne of thcm' tUe
.
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WEDNESDAY .-.    Hall
a Rogue. 1
TH'
tin Fan ; -.-ts.
of a Nation.
II
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YOU  CAN GET TWELVE
CHRISTMAS   GIFTS
For the price of One. when  you
send Photographs.   Our range
is wide, and there is no advance
in Prices
J1ARTON   STUDIO
MOTHER SUPERIOR
Says Vinol Creates Strength
1
rundown.
benefit,   'in" young ■ .man
Hlld    iM
.      .1   I supplied Vinol to Iter 111
nnd in :i month I hardly recoffnized her.
.She was itrong, her color charmln I
her  cli e    hi it   out       Motheb   M
Al I'll'e       .    I.Mil -,   "    m     ii
\\' "iiirnnle i- Vine.I i , ,i, irpen the
appetite, aid digestion, tuincU the blood
and cri-nto fltrenegth.
' • Bi - iir-u'iMfd, Rovelstolte
Hi!., al io at the bi Bt di uggists Ic.
ill British Columbia towns.
. there Bet on him, und for a fpw ln'n"
tussel took   place-,     but    the
i hlef got his man and put the handcuffs on him an.l deposited him safely
in jail.
While transacting Bome business   in
ifflce in the Standard Hank build-
afternoon,  Mr. (Ieorge
(Valdon,      1636     Thirty-sixth    avenuo
iddenly expired.     He   leaves a'
- b Min-n te. mourn. Ho^
. is foi i: e.f    the    Mou-
ii'1  '.vas  ahout  -IU
ild,     Mr, Walden fell from his
efon   .i pbyaiclan
■ iu ■;  Province.
reception     was
P( Ill's   ff.'
i   the     K.-cieiiy
e    "i     Larder
.■!     In  ri'i-.-iv
the tea room
' II • reel    Mi        II.   I,inlaid
offee for the     lirst
ted     i.,   drs. Tomlinson,
'■Mi- Mrs.
Ai i        ■ and     Mis.
Bd   hour
■ !       e.i, ward    pn
Little Mb       i   e'lie.     Jollifle
ioi   tor thi   ■■ iny  visi-
.me   Rev. and
'.!.- -.. Lardei  to o u city*
at   In I 11  of     Mi-
Foley,    v. tewart,
ming before thi
toi    i hi     pant     i ''•"
Muled Thursday afternoon      in on the plaintifls
•   11,. ,  i   ,:   ....   ... rvented
from Anlshlng o contract on the
• al I'..', i Pa | unci I, which they
had taken fron the defendants, and
"lit was to recover thn profits
thoy estimated tbey would have made
e ii tbe contract. Thoy were given
iii'li'ifTit by Mr. .I'lstiro Morrison
for $576,000. Tho defendants appealod
to the court of nppoal, etA it was
thl ie.ri..,,ieent which lias Just been
completed.   Judgmi ni   wa    resei 't '.
.Notice id hereby given that on tbo
first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial I'olice for ro-
liewal of the hotel license to Bell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as Halcyon Hot Springs Sanatorium,
situate at Halcyon, ir.' the province
of British Columbia.
Dated October 27, 1916.
DAVIS & CALDER,
Applicants.
WANTED—Industrious men who can
earn $100.00 per month and expenses selliii'_' our products to farmers.
Must have some means for starting
expenses and furnish contract,
signed by two responsible inen. Address the W. T. Rawlelgb Co., Ltd.j
Winnipeg, Man., giving uge, occupation and references.
For the ten months this year the
Nelson street railway shows a mtict
better financial statement    than   for
the same period  in  HI lii.
Nelson Board of Trade is    working
up the necessary facts and figures    to
demonstrate that city   is    an    ideal
spot   to start a pulp and paper milL
A CORRECTION.
Through an error in reporting
last week's council meeting wo
stated that Dr. I'M H. S. McLean
bad sent In lus resignation ns
coroner. This is an error, we
Bhould have stated that bis resignation as medical health ollicer
for the city hid been tendered.
TRAPPERS!
Send your
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Ud rtmtr* tUtftaeUt ci^ii prlooi    Wm land
■Booty   •■••*•  Hnir,,, .nr  thn (iirnftrrrt  i.-i
rawrCano>ooinmlHloni -Md pny kilobit ,.
We trtfa ii*i r] nut .mllinni of dollar* Ul 111 >U
H*nii nf iMpptri in rmiihiK wHOeiend tlielr
f tj rn to u« l.«i('iauii<n ttlt-y himw thft] ,•<••>     • ,i ■
di-»l.*riil rMflvn nor* mum y for flu it turs.
You win niau tt*« bur mora funrrotn n.i,
f ireMhUuknuy otber Bra Drma In Canada,
pnrn   ",*ll'l,,, "Trap) nrOuidv PnpadeaJ
1 JULlu   lUllatn .. Ka« Kui u
Hailam a Fur Kl>l« i..   i.     , tl  ■)
Hmnt fri«#« mi n n laat hddfMi KB tl
JOHN HALLAM Limited
eKi"     151   Hallam Building,Toronto
L
TRY OUR FRESH OYSTERS
DIRECT FROM THE EAST
TASTY AND FRESH
ASK FOR SHAMROCK  BRAND OF
PROVISIONS
P. Burns CSb Co. Ltd.
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents and Storage
GENERAL   DRAYING
FURNITURE   AND   1PIAN0   MOVING   A   SPECIALITY
Phone 46-276        Night Phone] 346
CURTIS   &   SW1TZER

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