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Array Buy Your Goods
AT   HOME
The Mail-
THK  MAIL-HBRALD
Publishe 1 weekly—Rea I
by everyone—The recognised
advertising medlnm Ior the
ci{yvand district.
Vol. 23-No. 47
REVELSTOKE.  B.C,   SATHJDAY, NOVEIMhEll 11. 1916
&2.50 Per Year
LUNCHEON IN HONOR Of SIR
HERBERT IME8 WELL ATTENDED
%,
"/.
Explains Why Canada
Guests  Present —
Quantity
■ij
'■7
A the War —Nearly Fifty
%.   Colonies  a Negligable
The luncheon tendered Sir Herbert
Ames, under the auspices of the Canadian Patriotic Fund and the Hoard
of Trade, at the Hotel Revelstoke on
Saturday wus well attended und the
•short address which followed by the
guest ..[ honor was extremely Interesting and to the point,
Sir Herbert Vines Baid/ "1 am glad
to have the pleasure ol speaking lie-
fore members ol the Board o! Trade
and the Patriotic Fund and a body
ol representative business nun.
"Many people arc puzzled as to
why Canada    entered     the     present
War,"   said   the speak.;.   "The  student.
finds different reasons. Wars have j n
fought for increased anas, for trade
opportunities, or to satisfy old revenues. The reason thi historians will
give is that Canada entered the war
(1st) as part of the British li.ii.pire,
(2nd) to show her appreciation of
free government; (3rd) in answer to
the cry of  nations   who     kept     their
pledges .'.nil who were being strangled
and, lastly, to help free these nations
Irom   the  yoke of  oppri   -ion  and  tho
Inhumanities practiced by the enemy.
(Applause i,
The speaker continued:    "Bernhardt
in his books made a fair estimate' of
what would happen in the present
war hut made a mist ike with refer-
riTc te. colonies. He was fairly correct in his statements with reference
to the forces which     could  bc raised
liy  Ita.      France and    Belgium,     but'
you know     how     his stutement that |
Muat Britain could oriy     contribute
.ne     half     million men all told, und!
thut  the    colonies     were  a  negligible
quantity  has been smashed.     He did
not     realize    the quality of the men
whom      he      refers  to as B  negligable j
1 quantity.'' (Applause).
Sir Herbert Ames then discussed
various phases of the Patriotic Fund
which will appear in another article.
A vote of thanks to Sir Herbert
Vanes was moved by LM R. Atkins
and seconded by C. B. Hume, after
which three cheers and a tiger were
given, foUowed by the sin^in^ of tho ,
National  Anthem.
.Mi'^s Bell played several appropriate
.■■elections during the luncheon.
Those present at the luncheon were:
.Messrs.   II.   I'M   .McKinnon,   K.  Gordon, J
A.  B. McCleneghan,     F. Nation,    11.
Manning-,    II.  N.  Coursier,  Miller,  H.'
H. Godard, S. G. Robblns, Dr. W. H. I
Sutherland, w.   i. Coulthard,    A. E.'
Kincaid,     Rev. J. C.  McKenzie,     W.
Bews,  L.  Howson, W. II. Pratt,     W.
\. Sturdy, C   B. Hume, W. M. Waiver,  N    K.  Brown,  A. Thomson,  W. M
Lawrence,  .1.   II.   Sibbald.     J.   D.   Slb-
I aid.     .Ir., .1. Guy Barber, B. R. At-
■.ms. C.  Holten,  L. C. Masson, F. B,
Wells. A. .!   McDonell, S. He.lines. F.
Bews, .I. Q, McKinnon, K. G. McRae,
W. Gordon, Fred  Voung,    0. R. Macdonald and  a representative    of     tbe
Mail Herald.
OOR DOH li TO EIGHT OR
phy suys bib heebert ames
Packed Audience Hears Speaker on Patriotic Fnnd—
Many Foolish Excuses Gtten Given By Citizens When
Approached £xp.oclcJ-9urs is a Crave Responsibility—Low Administration Expenses- Need i.2,000,000
For British Columbia
Before an audience     whicb     packed  •!.
ibe  I'Mnpr.'ss Theatre t'. ns doors on  ; iti otic
Saturday  night,      Sir   Herbert   Ami   . 1 tbi
MR.  R.  F.  GREEN,  M.P., Director of  National  Service  for   British  Columbia,  who vi3ited  Revelstoke this week in connection with bis new duties.
WORK AND PLAY
AT R.R.Y.fVI.C.A.
30.000 Member in Ten Days
News of Bowling and Vouey
Ball -Physical Department Aciive
AU preparations havi been made by
tb, b.cal branch of tbe U.U.V ..M.C.A.
to do their share In tne continental
.at mi., rsiup campaign,  which lias   as
its  object  the seeji'n I   mem
bers in ten lays. The cainpuign wlll
be run trom November 14 to -S. At
a conference held at Pi it William on
October 1^ at which all the secretaries cast of Winnipeg were present, it
w.t irranged to j.'t 365 members in
<ii.it district, i. M. Dudley, International seer tary, has written A,.
Thomson, loecal secretary, suggesting
that the tw., railroad associations in
B.C., Cranbrool .nl Revelstoke, en-
deuvor t.. secure the Bame proportion,
N. I'.. Brown, chairman of the mein
bership committee has had the com
mittse a« well as all members of the
board hard nt work and to date bave
secured :"i new members, but to equal
ti. ■ same number as the Eastern as-
rociation n.any more will be required.
VOLLEY BALL.
The volley ball league got   ..tl to a
good Starr lust Tuesday evening,
when two scis of games were played.
In the lirst set the Director's team
went down before the Commercial
Hc|iind, an.l the ICCOnd set resulted in
a grand walloping of tie Veterans at
the hands ,,f tli.' Fire Hall team. The
Veterans were last year's winners hut
■.veie sadly ...it of training Some of
the teams need more players, s>. there
is still u chance Tor all.
BOWLING.
The bowling allays an' ..pen every
dav from 3.8 I p.m. to LA p.m. I.cuguo
games ai    .layed  ofl    on    Mondays,
days   nnd   I'M ..lavs.      All   games
comm.n.      tl   ■  p.m. sharp.  Tuesdays,
ays     aiel    Saturdays arc open
foi nnv member to bowl, on Nov. :ird
tie  imimi.   team won   two    ..ut    <*
tli."   games from  Parker's     aggrega-
tion i.v   .  icore d! 21 The
Fii.   Hall tea     wns  lefeati.1 by    tho
toi     im.' lattw  winning two out
of Ihree games I      -        pi   ,,f l'27I  to
115 mi ),.Hm     lont     three
'     Blackhei g'l     team
bv   e  icore e.f  SS3B t.. 19N,
OYMN vartTM.
' ne of the mosl populat  sis M
.but       foi       tb       mill  II 'I   '"en        The
flooi ii op"" ti members every day,
from It. I p.m tv lm iln<sM mra'i
class,   rl sts bi . j  Monday   .' .
Wednesdaj     afternoon    nl
coming very popular, but there is still
room for more Th ■ jun.or boys class
Which tales In boys from l.j to H
years is well attended, over 26 having
joined, the older boy.- classes, which
takes in boys from 11 years up, is
meeting with the approval of the
boys as is signified from tbe attendance. The railroad boj - class is also
very popular. This class meets every
afternoon at 2.30, Arrangements are
under way for another class of young
men.
The Bchooi .-iris' class meets every
Saturday afternoon at 2 '.'clock. The
membership at present is IS. Thc
youni' ladies' class which meets' every
Wednesday evening at  8.15 is proving
to l ne of the ne.st pop'ilar of the
se ason.
BANQUET.
\ I an ; tet which will be an innova-
: l. u n Revelstoke Is t.. be held on
Monday, Dei bei . at B.M p.m.,
and ts known as the father and son
banquet. So boy will !..- allowed to
..it ind unless he brings his father is
one ..f the ci ndltlons attached to the
entertainment.
RELIGIOUS,
The opening Sunday afternoon meeting t. ok place on Nov. I. Twenty-five
'i.n att.-a.led. Th.' meeting was addressed by Rev, R. Qibson and a solo
was rendered by 11. Baker. Tomorrow
afternoon Hev. im C. Freeman will
address the nr.ecting and a splendid
progi '"■ has be i arr mg ■.! for.
DIRECTOR OF RATIONAL
SERVICE VISITS REVE1ITQK
Is Making Preliminary Tour of Province—Has Nothing
to do Directly with Hecruiting—Business Bright-
ening up
Mr. R. F. Green, M.P., spent Thursday and Friday in Revelstoke on his
preliminary trip in cjnnection with
his new duties as Director of National Service for British Columbia, and
left this morning for Kaslo, his former home, where he will spend Sunday. He will visit Nelson on Monday
and will alterwards visit the Crows
it and Boundary countries. He expects to he back in Vancouver in
about two weeks time.
Speaking to a representative of the
Wail Herald, Mr. Green said: "Thefe
seems to be a mistaken idea as to
what my duties in connection with
the National service are.  I  have noth-
ini: to do directly with recruiting.
Vie are simply getting an inventory
of i be man power of Canada with the
idea of ascertaining how this power
can best be utilized for tbc benefit of
the Dominion and the Empire."
When asked as to the state of business in British Columbia, Mr. Green
stated that business seemed to be
brightening up at the coast. "From
reports I have received," said Mr.
Green, 'Mining in the south is very
good just now and I do not think
that it will be lone before Kevelstoke
will feel some of the benefits and a
renewal of better business conditions"
Mr. Green is accompanied by Mrs.
Green.
Arrangements
Selkirk Schooi
Are mi Made
Honor Rc
Will Induct
New Minister
The  induction  of  tht   Rev.   A.    Bae-
i.uin Clibson,   is pastoi ol st. j j'iq's
Prisbytei an church, • in
Tuesdaj     evening,     November   nth,
tl  ■ p.it..
The following  is  • .mime:
The  Rev. i
pre Ide
Tllee     l.e 1
.   Man. ,.f \ ernon will
R. Peacock will preach
the sermon. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Tbe  Hev.  W,   WM   leek    of Kamloops
will ad.lies--  tin   minister.
The u.'v. i. .;   Raid oi Salmon'Arm
will address the congregation.
\  reception to the Rev.  .... Raeburn
■ ill be beld   it the    close of
the induction, The session ,.n.l B anl
I  Ma ,•.  Ith it itior.i   to
ni  at  thi-
ii
in th nc months ending Septem-
l.ei   80,  W" mtn<ss shipped n total    of
ns e-.f    ..re     to     the
i'  Troll.
I    I   and sn nre
•be   mines Of  'he Sandon
•  100 at this
0 7'nr« ago.
On We lues,lay next the children of
the city schools ur. ;oing to hold a
tag day on behalf oi the children in
Belgium who, it is stated, are In a
starving and most pitiable condition.
The children intend to do their ut-
most to make the canvass ol the city
as effective as possible and it lies
with the citizens themselves to not
only encourage this humane spirit of
..ir youngsters but to show their
sympathy for the children of a nation which has suffered so much in
the cause oi the allies.
The lady teachers rtf tbc three
schools   will take charge ..f the girls
who     in  the  mori.ini'.   will  tag  al   'he
following points:
Burns' Corner, Miss".s Drquhart nnd
l-.aton.
Molson's Hank; Mrs Martin and
Miss Cr»plm»n.
Post I Hliee; Mrs. Teller and MIbs
Falkncr.
I.aw son's Corner; Missen Hyatt and
Field.
Tb" Club; Misses Blackberg and
English,
C.P.R. D<spot; Misses Hobbs nnd
Patrick.
> •< ntral Ho ees McLellan and
Ireland,
i:. thi   afternoon the boys will bold
canvass    under thn
ision of the male teachers.
, ing generously,    some ..I
■ he :■ n h       ime ol        . ■ ri
but   help the kiddles
...      ■ ;..,.      .    ;.,       n(]|
st.  ten  cents.
'i lie following is the Selkirk school
honor roll for the month of October.
Dlv. I.—Doreen Free-man, Annie
Cashato, Jack Murray, Finest Brad'
shaw,  Muriel l.yttle, Tilly Frey.
Div. II.—.lames Millar, Dorothy
Purvis, Dlgby Leigh, Charley Macken
rot, Aura Corning, Wendall Porter.
Dlv. III.—Harry Anderson, Annio
Gallicano, Gordon llooley and Mario
Pradolici, Hose Frey, Laura Purvis,
Helen Briggs, Charlie 1 lend.II son.
Alberta Holmon.
Dlv. IV.—Annie Tevini, David sturdy Holly Shepherd, lOlspeth Kllpatrlck, Gertrude Garland, Kva Car'
mlchael, Sarah Laughton.
Div. V.—Sr. Second: Gerrit Ver-
Bteegh, UgO Pradolini. Cordon Kenward. .fr. Second: Dorothea l.undell,
Sarah De Foe, Annie  Wat I
Div. VI.-First Reader: l.bba Hunt-en, Laura  fohnson, Hvorett Render
BOn,      Second   Primer.      Mnry      Fyfe,
Gwenitb  Davis,  Neva Webster.
Div. vh.—Second Primer   Alma o»
I'M..'. I'M,, Pradolini. Polly ('aneelleri,
First Primer: Jean Kipp, Joseph
Daem, Kva Brown.
Hi'.. Yin.    Eugene    Squarebrig
Stanley Sutherland,  Beryl Donaldson,
trances Hay,    Ulce Deane,    Dorothy
Hayward,
Winnipeg ha i di cldi I to give up the
... : carnival idea with Its ice palace attraction and program <>f sports
in favor ol .. campaign for recruiting
and will si.end the $26,000 grant md
subscription  in  thai   direction.
c intributed to the
193.1      had  either
or was ly-
honorary    secretary    oi thi   Canadian   c benefit.     No
patriotic     Fund,   lelivered a stirring une ■ ■ 'plain ol a
address on the work oi the lund. lng carried
His Worship, Mayo- 11.    l-M McKiu-  on lirnitnt.
,„ a, acted as    chairman ol tbe meet i. lund     is     from
inc. ' :.-..:.  tbe na-
K. Cordon,    Honorary Secretary  oi  ti lis   ■■■■    l. eeta monthlj
,!„. Revelstoke Branch dl   the     fund,  at Ottawa,       i Herbert,  "Thia
explained  the finances  ol this  branch  bo. .        b ■ . .yal highness is
anri   P. Nation,     Honarary Secretary   th n   Sir   thomas   White the
of the Fund tor the Province ot Brit- honorary     ti i nd Sir Herbert,
ish Columbia, explained    the finances   \: ■    the boi      rj etary,     with
of tbe   fund  for the whole ol British  Mr. John     Fraser, a eneral of
Columbia. ' • " ■'■ '■■  ' id-tor     ot     the
Sir Herbert Ames pointed out that fund, men repre-
l.y the end of the year    one   million  sentii They     meet
dollars a month would be required to  montblj oi the work,
meet     the requirements ol the Fund,  passes  tindei ition   it  la
He  praised the province for  what had     ..   9g ....   body,
been don ■ here anl urged that stron   ...    irn st  men,  - .  ad    aia-
ger eflorts be  put forth    to     accom-   tering a greeat    I      I       rhe    01
plish     what     is   expected during the
coming year. a careful system oi check and   audit.
Having referred    to the earlier his   Each     month
tory of the fund, since us     inception  draws what I    at     tbo
In August. 1914, and    its accomplish- end of i render a de
ments,     the Bpeaker said that during tailed statement
1914 the fund expended  (511,000; dur-  has been Bpent.     This     statement is
ing 1915  (4,250,000.    Paring 1916 it is carefullj   chi thi     ;ar.ch    ad-
altogether     probable  that $1 ,000,0  I vised II tl tnythlng in tbeir ac-
will be disbursed. tion tllilt sh" '   "-ed. Vou may
"For two years past we have added  feel assured that little, if any, money
little to our   Burplus," be continued, reaches thos :•     ire it
"the demands of eacb    mouth   being or is wasted   in    administration ex-
met     by the receipts of that period,  pense.
Although "in  needs have grown     by     "Looking I to   thi
leaps and Mounds, the     generosity of year, we realize that, including Mani-
the   Canadian   people  has      enabled   US   toba,      the ,   fund
to keep pace with them. Looking for-   will be appr. ximatelj
ward into PJ17, however,    we realize this sum thi Manitoba i atriotlc Fund
that we shall hav.' to rais m Independ nt ■•.., but act.
a  month if  we  are  to  .'.ury  ou     tin*   lng  in  : • ,,  wlll
work  as heretofore.    No organization  locally     raise  and  expend  (1,51
ever depended   more completely    than  This  means  that  the people
ours upon the good will of the public of  Manitoba   expect      to     contribute
It is only   so long as we possess the   igain    as    they   have before, at the
confidence of the  people     of     Canada rate of ...3 per capita.      This
that we can expect  to receive     their (12, 90,000 to Me divided ai
financial help.     Hence, our endeavors and one-quarter mill           people.      In
at all times   to take the people fully Uritish Columbia we aw now  cxpend-
into our confidence and io (five   them lng ■       ■      every   n.onth. Probably
whatever Information they desire   re- (1,750,000 will be   required    for     tin
garding om   activities.     In the early nee.N .,f this province dur.ng the next
days of the war,  ,\.   raised money on twelve months,     (if this sun. we ask
a sentimental appeal; now we realise British Columbia •      pi ivide     al out
that      we can only  Becure   •                v • ne half.     We    f.-              . ..t  that tho
presenting a satisfacl              'rd." ount will be cheerfully raised   and
Having given res                 the com- that j                                   .11 Uljt jng
mlttei             . hind.
id    e   ted by some, namely, that each 'Like   ill •'.:•.•- human, the Patri-
 imunity tbroughoul   Canada would '                     es   In     foi
l.e doing     :.!' that was required ..f it : .• -      re 1                        Dt   want to
I.y caring for the In .'.    -       :    tb  se -"■ ■                                            - .     iin ex,
men who win trom their bome town, '             •       •          • • their sui
!,'■ Informed how on pracl                  Is timi                          .•'■-.     'These
tie'    directors earls  ad ■;.t..i th   plan ttin    to    much,
ol asking every comm.inity I ■. •     I                             now lltl(j
all   that   it   was  able  and      "f  pel     ll ,r   tins
ting each   co                    draw what- point fi First, whether
ever     might      bi •                         ■
needs.                                                    vici   • n,lly
"it requires far more to    live com-  whethei ndrata
fort ably     in                         an  than  in more than l<_ y,,„ c^
Prince Edward Island," continued Sii                  timat thi   services   ,,(    the
Herbert,   "h lee    wl   find    1 ■ •     . ■ ■   ...   ,),,.,,  j,
grant  from the Pati otic F nd        • ...   speaker
with tbc district.     in  Prince Edward ■                                          element of
Island the averagi     ■ • Recently
from u^ about (9.50 a mont ■ ,i„. t^,, •,„,«
Seotia,      lU.".. ;      in   S'cw   BrUI ,t,   told      that
(H^     m     (mt.  :.'!,• •   ' -.Ik  . n the
(16; hi Manit la.  i elore, asked a
• ".   Ubei ta and     Pi .t Isb   ' . tbe comi ..-^    i\        <
from H . to (21   ;  :  . onth. In Prim s that .   • ,      .
Edward Island the laml y with (H that t
per    month    (rom    ill soui thi com] any.
comfortable   as     the    Ba "When I ^
family     witb    (56.    The government
gives the lame ai lounl in i
i.e t the   Patriot c    Fund
varies    accord!n ;   to the cost
ing."
- Another cl ■     • the Pa- thai k u?
'■ .ei '   Fund  is that
... secure    the
large number of volunt ■ ,.
which    almost   tnvat
men    if  high  standing  in      the
'I'le v give their 1
ol charge, consequently    I
rum at a verj       ': ry    and   mort
'or  ,i   lour  time,   possible for
administer     the fund
trom th.- banks '••. Iren    tve » right
terest on   i nee.    Tl forts • ,,     ,
ture, however,    now sllgl ' lot
■   ■   _
ftwa'l vein, able  to    truthfully    say •     nd on pn     ,.-   , PAGE TWO
THE MA, ..-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1916.
Publiihed every Saturday at
KKVKLHTOKK.   I).  O
c^Vlail-Herald Publishing
Company, Limited
IGOT,  Manager and    F-ditur.
F.  E.
. ■::*:■■'
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, l»l«.
living.    Put that saving into the Pai- gaze of an outraged   and
triotic Fund. world.-Greenwood Ledge.
And still further, you and     we eat
too much.     Let   us cut out one meal
FAY, TAY, FAY.
There is need o. forming  n  Federal
Thrift Commission    to     suggest     to  way nni,  ,)y hiH ()Wn  wi(, nnJ   (leBire
indignant da. Tbere will be a keen sense of disappointment throughout the satire
Dominion, among Conservatives mua
A farmer who was carrying »n ex- Liberals alike that the opposition
press parcel from a city mail order leader has once more failed to rem-
oiio day a week. Wc can staud it. house, was accosted by a local mer- pond generously to the prenier's ap-
V'ery probably we will be the better chant: "Why don't you buy that bill peal.
for it.  In cases of unfitness we often uf Soods from me? I could have saved     And thcre is B growing suspicloBl in
refuse to eat anything for a day at *>""     the     elpreSB     and beBidM' *°u the     collntry that Sir ThomaB T»lt'»
,   . .  ..     would have been    patronizing a home lesignation was not Justified, but we*,
time.  Let us bncig this war—and the    .,„.„   ,„,,,„,.  ,,„. ..
.store, which helps pay the taiM and an  impetuous and     ill-considered  ae-
patriotic needs of the hour home to ,jllJda ll() this locality." With char- tion. Whether there is arly relation
the spot that strikes moet of us, acteristlc frankrioss tho farmer asked between his conduct and that ol Sir
namely, the stomach; and thon, high "Why don't you patronize your home Wilfrid cannot be said, but hetwe«
est of living or not, we will engin- paper and advertise? I read it and them they havc certainly done their
,.  . didn't know     you     had    the goods I  best to injure recruiting     and retard
eei   our living so that wc can put np ,        . . _. ,. , ......
have here, nor did I ever Bee your public service Alberta is honored iB
our bit for the success of the cause. lmme in the pQper invltiDj- anj on, thc ,act that air Thomaa Tftit's sue-
There is no general rule or    regula- to come to your store."—Trail News, cessor is cne of her own citizens.   R.
tion to follow.     Each man    must do   B.  Bennett mny bc trusted to inspire
this     thing be ban to do in  his own      J°bn Scott, once   Alberta     Libert* the national     service board with zeal
election worker,      who     waa  brought  and energy. He will havc tho support
back fron.  Seattle to  Vancouver,  tht of Canadians, irrespective of party, ire
Canadians how to live well hut more „.„ up )o ^ f(.,low.citize„s. „., ft ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ & ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^ ^ ^
Cheaply. U is a M"""1' idea and eboul l|Uf>sli,,n ,)f overfeedJng or giving to "plugging" votes in the interests of service of thn people of Canada —
bave been thought of long ago. j 11• -  patriotic  fund     and  the cause of  a Liberal candidate in the coast city,   Calgary Herald.
gave no less than four    Burns'  detectives     the  "shake" and made his es
The cost  ol living has gone     up at,|ln(mn ftM|,  (,|(, A,,|lM
least  _■". per     C nt     in the past year. ^    Ig|.,,  (h|lt n)inUt yiKh,r,
We have    the    option- ol keeping np 	
with it or revising our ways of lining. With the patriotic thought that
we Bhould lay by sm
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
cape on Friday night. Perhaps, after
hearing the story Scott had to tell
of how he "plugged" the vote to enable the Grit     candidate to win, the
TOMOKRQWS SERVICES
cethlng by ccon-     Christmas  period  advertising  is rs- powers-that-be of the new    B.C.  gov-
boli-  ernment came to the   conclusion that
CATHOLIC.
St.   Francis church,   McKenzie  Ave.
and Fifth street,  Pastor,  Rev.    J.  0.
At such  a period  it would  be much    better     to     have
MacKenzie.    Sunday
omy witb which    to   purchase a war peclally successful whe
bond or contribute to the    patriotic day individuality. . ,
IunQ, lt h tirae that we all consider- the people are particularly   suscepti- Scott escape^ a„ to have his   led.  ^ evcry
i ir „, „, not  unending too     much  lll('  of sentiment,  aud all  suggestions * '   scbool for the children at 2
rd if we are not  spinning i™     u.uv<u wonder     that     the Liberal party has
r stomachs t.nd too little "»atlTi     to  giving have a  successful WQn  8f) o{u_  {_  Albprt|i  wfcen ^ ^
appeal. ' had the assistance of a    fellow     like
Make clear your  policy    as  regards Scott,  who is smooth  enough  to slip
of    doing business during the through  the  fingers of    four      Burns'
money on ou
for the causes of war.
How, then, to meet the     high cost
and    at the same time do hours
of living
cur bit in helping to pay for tbe war
paying ns the only substitute the advantages that will     result     to
busiest part of the holiday season. If
for all who stav at home should con- you are going to close early, explain
sider
for trenching—that's the  problem.
The high cos,  of living is     da.    to  "'  other  words, cash    ll     ou
of supply and demand, of adoption ol a broad-gage policy
There
THE BIRTH OF A HATiON
men?—Calgary News-Telegram.
servicos:—   Low
High Mass   at
Sunday
30 p.m.,
I'enediction and Rosary at 7:30 p.m..
Coufessions Saturday 4 to 6 and 7:'M
to 9  p.m.  and  Sunday  mcrnlng  7:30
to 8.   Weeks days:—Mass every morning at 7 o'clock. Confessions     beforo
Sir Wilfrid Laurier's refusal to    to-
operate     with    Sir Robert Borden is
Yass.   First  Fridays —Mass  at  8  a.
ni..  Benediction and  Rosary at    7:110
employees,     as well as to customers.  .be     app„intireilt    of _ non.partila»
t he     law
that we may be sure
combination to raise    prices
those who hav.- goods to sell
is    DO
among
High
MHTHODIST CHURCH
(Corner of McKenzie Avenue and
Third Street).
Rev. B. C. Freeman, Pastor.
"The Grace of Remembrance" will
'The Birth ol a Nation"
standards     of    living is the same as pres<nted ie, Revelstoke for
high cost of     living. Thc high staid- oru] tjme on December 6.     The pnees
for
your parliamentary committee in econnec,
tion with recruiting, places the stamp
.if partisanship on thc Liberal leader.
Sir Wilfrid  is playi__g up to his ows
province of Quebec     and   is endeavor- be the    topic at tha morning service,
will    be ing    to embarrass the government of At the close the Sacrament   of     the
the sei-  ''"nada.  He has been to his own foi- Lord's Slipper will be administered,
lowers a  growing  disappointment for "Among the Indians of the     North
a number of years   paat.     Increasing West Coast,"     will be the subject ol
ard of living we have set     for     osr- fl3 advertised are from $1.60 per seat ag8 ,g acC0mpanied by increasing nar- the evening address,     in which     the
selves    is    not     necessarily the hest j0wn to 5" cents per seat.                      rowness of vision, until today the old pastor will give incidents of his sev-
Ftandard of living for us in the pres-     \v(. bave neirhing to say against tht  man is .piite unable to rise   to     any tnteen     years     of     missionary work
ent conditions.     If we demand straw- picture,  which most people     will re- action that transcends party interests among the Haida    and     Tslmpshcan
i  -..,•„., ;„ ,,.; *„- n,„ „, ut   ,r ii.Ina to ,i .v. l ■. j„ There is no genuine logic in his ex- tribes.  Strangers   cordially welcomed.
berries in winter the cost of living is  nieiiiircr was all that it    was     adver- -,,...
cuses. Th? parliamentary     committee 	
going to be high.     If we must   hav. Used to be, but we consider that th. had nothlng to   do wjth the nationaI
the best cuts of meat, we will bav. price3 to be charged are too high. It service hoard It was an entirely sep- The contents of the Americnn hotel
to pay for them. If we hanker for [g asking a great deal of the citizens .irate organization. Its motives wer. at Rossland have been sold hy the
salmon and halibut out of season and  ,,(  Hevclstoke  when    one     remembers "' th<" highest,  its labors might have sheriff    for the benefit of some of the
scorn    herring and flounders,  «p goes that this will be the second time the
the cost of living. picture    bas beei. presented In Revel-
If we fail to tind the  .food valu» in Moke.
boiled and baked beans, it is going to 	
cost us more to eat und live. KICK IN
1 een of    incalculable benefit  to Cana- creditors of the concern.
But if we set out with the intention of putting by something in cold
cash for the patriotic fund and other
and similar endeanors, we will make
it our business to discover that in
food value tbe poorer cuts oi meat
are as goo I a* the bettei cuts; that
the more plentiful aud therefor.
cheaper food fishes are as good as
the higher priced tishes in nutritive
qualities; that a wholesome meal can
be made of) baked beaiti and
that we can thi vi     n I    me half
the expenditure on lo A I hal   ■
deluded     ourselves     into believing i*
necessary,  in short, ni   eat I    i much
and do n. ■'   I si 11 ninal e .-. b..'   «■■
eat.
There are  '        Ol ds    in
In .un last week's Issue we ran an
article t.ir..;: from the Vernon News
With reference te. the play 'Kick In."
The \ ernon New- wat ::en it
classed It as
.
i-.etance.
fend     public di cem y and I
injury not  onl)
Designed this year it will ornament and enhance the
good appearance of the tidiest kitchen in all Canada.
MsClar/s
Kootenay
1_n#t
or replaced.
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Canada.  rr.ore oi
..-••■ of foui tbs I
■   aver
I'    I'll
oeen  provi       y act
that    each     _ucb in save
.      ■ ■ Fifty
cent
.   a fund of 1 •
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Intent!       I   •
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let    .-       .-••■■      ,r."
m eat les
I M hat
May  v. ■ •    , ol
Come in and I'll show you why the Kootenay stays as
good as new long after other ranges have to be repaired
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INSIST ON HAVING
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.:.  there Is ,,  runt m    this,     namely,
;.,)•/      up— in   Mdvanie— as (at   IS   •
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Wn would  rather   ',■■
Upon  the gref-n     scu'n     of    B
than  "iipinely Hit   and
in defetfle ol liberty and  Justice.    The
good have nothing to conceal, and
have only admiration for a trenchant
ehttor, it Is only the sneaking, eow<
ardly,  dishonorable,   backbiting     nnd
blackmailing human curs that wrltho
In mental agony when th" editorial
harpoon tears awny their masks, exposing their detestable acts   u,     tbi,
i TfeBanner Spring
§ Is a SleepyThinA
y     Uh is made of LOO rteel
spiral springs, tempered in oil. that
3       yield underpressure to every curve of
the body, do matter how heavy or how
light   li "fits the - ■    er."
//■, Non-Rusting Enamel litiixh
a guoranteed not io rl
The genuine "Burnet        tented July 1908  ipringls
,' iii'i e.\ ti.r it- ii.r nas
ii..r will get it lor y<ou   \ . :■   ,t I,. nume.
■Till  ALASKA   r.'    ; :   i. CO.,
I.IMI I I ..
VA.H" ' ...
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CITY TRANSFER CO.
I'tuKKAKc TrannfVrr'''l Distributing Agents and Storage
GENERAL   DRAYING
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FUIWITURE   AND    PIANO    MOVING   A   SPECIALITY
Phone 46   276        Ni^ht Phone 346
CURTIS   &   SWITZER
25 per cant
Reduction
Millinery
25 per cent
Reduction
All  cTWillinery* will be sold
at   25   per  cent   Reduction
JCadies Shoes
We arc ehovrtng all the latest novelties in   Ladies'     Bboe»,
made by tlie best manufacturers.
Bnvardon  Shoes, every pair guaranteed, in patent aad kid,
with 10 Inch tops.   Prices $5.50 to 7.50.
Blatnr Shoes,  tlgh top.   I'rlce $6.00.
Womens Underwear
m9n Winter Weight
lSxceptionnl good quality at moderate prices. '
Women's Vests, good quality, pricp 50 cents.
Women's Veste, all wool, price $1.00.
Combi»at_ons,  prices   $1.25 to 3.00.
Fred Young & Co,
Factory Phone 261
P.O.Box 431
ttcsidence Phone 2.'tl
Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
O. W. Abrahamson,  Proprietor
Wo.cnn fill any orders of windows or doors or anything
in  the factory line
We   also   carry  a  complete stock of building niateriils
LUMBER.SHINGLKS.LATHS& MOULDINGS,
CEMENT, WOODFIBRE, LIME & BRICK
ESTIMATES  GIVEN   FREE
What's in a Name?
Well, it Just depends. When, you hear of Hobso Brsad
yon naturally (eel hungry. The crisp brown eite. or and
tbe appetising white inside aro both signs of ths goo*
floor we use and the care we take to bake lt Just light.
Try lt lor yourself—we do not fear the result.
Phone 41
HOBSON'S
Box 734
F. B. WELLS
Men's Outfitter
Pur Buyer	
Complete   Line  of   MENS  WEAR
Union Hotel
A. P. IvIiVKSQUE, Proprietor
FIRST STREET,   RE VELSTOKE, B. C.
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh from own Ranch
C\ D I P M'   "A I      Suitably furnished with the
V-/1 11 l—l w   I .TIL.   choicest the market affords.
HOTEL
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor
Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. Rates $1 a day.
Monthly rates.
IMPURE DRINKING WATER IS
THE FRIEND OF DISEASE
Our OARBONATBD BEVBUUGBIS are manufactured from absolutely pure syrups and thrice filtered water. Their use Is bsn-
efictal to HKALTH snd a pretentatlve of DISEASE.
Try our Ginger Ale, Oream Soda, Ginger Beer, &c. Tbe mountain water ls mot Simon   Pure ln the good old summer time.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers Direct Importers .BAVURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1916.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
TmO_\   TBK-HR
H
ow many hairs O
has a Bear ;
V, e do.il.l If their la nnr person In Canada who i i
not Interested In Fun, and who does not admire
Uieu beauty, nim. i and warmth ; but how many
havi- i-ver thoiifht of tlie prat nuratxr of hairs re-
quir.il to coyer a skin to produce this warmth and
Witness I
The actual number of hair, on any sl'en skin ran
DC actually determined by mathematics and <an abundance uf patience.
We have cut a piece out of a black bear skin, one
Inch square in size—have sealed and de-
poilted it with  tlie bank  and are   Hiving
300OJS>
IN PRIZES
to the 64 Persons who Rn* narrit rot-mi In their uttmate
of the actual number of haln on that one square inch of black U*ar
alt in.
Thia content in entirely free to e7ery one who complies with the conditions, and we might franklv state that the wjle object of thin rontrst
ll to familiarise ;h many people in Canada ai possible with the wonderful
bantatni t!ii*y nm KCUn In Stylish miaranteed Fun and Fur carments,
Uirouyh Halltm's system of dealing direct "From Trapiier to Wearer"
Just send today for a copy of thc 1916-17 Edition of
HALLAM'S Fur
Style Book
RAW FURS
We are the I^rnest Caeh
Buyers of Kaw Purs direct
from Trapivrs l*1 Canad i —
Our Raw F'ur Quotations
sent Free,
GUNS
Traps--Animal Baft, Fish
Nets. Ta.c__.le. an.! complete
line of vpoitsmen'; Mipptl>es,
Bt very low prices, *- 1'aitc
catalog fret'.
on the back rover of which are full particulars of this Zoo-
logical contest.
This 1916-17 edition (i a handsomely printed .12 page book
—fully flliistmt 1*1 the latest styles and model* of Fur Coats
■ ni'I Setl and will show you how you can sav* many dollars
on f'irs. It will pay vou to read it. Dca't fail to oend for
it to-day and  have a   free  chance of iharlot this $300.00.
Me sure to address as follows:
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TORONTO
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as iii the border of this advertisement, to protect you against
mistakes.
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«I A*k vour dealer for the "OSTERMOOR" or write us for the
name of your nearest agent.
The Alaska Bedding Co. Limited
Milkers of Bedsteads and Bedding   sow
j^iilOJJ^ \HNNIPEC: Regina: Calgary: VANCOUVER
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Men Wanted for the Navy
The Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer
Reserve, wants men for immediate service Overseas, in
the Imperial Royal Navy     g
Candidate* must lie «oni of
natural born British subjects
and be from 18 to 38 years
of age.
p A V SI.10 per day and upwards.    Free Kit.
***■ *   Separation allowance, $20.00 monthly.
Apply to the nearest Nnvsl Recruiting Station
, or to the
Department of the Naval Service, OTTAWA.
The Cjflsolidattid Mining & Smelting Co.
ot Canada,  Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining I).•partment
TRAIL,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
TRAIL BRAND PIC LEAD, BLUESTONE AND SPELTER
FOUL JOURAiAL-U-M.
When in September, 1915, newspaper publishers of Canada conferred with thc secretary ol state with
a view ol reaching an agteeemeent in
regard to tbe censorship of newB, it
was decided that the press cenaor-
ship would not lie applied to limit
discussion of political issues. Despite
partisan and military criticism whicli
bas ofter been grossly unfair, and,
in the opinion of n_any, frequently
harmful to united, vigorous prosecution of the war, the govemmeent has
unwaveringly stood by its pledge to
the press. The Journal wan and *till
is of the opinion thnt, everything
considered, this was the wiser course
and it would have been the first to
oppose anything which tended to limit political discussion, argument or
criticism. Hut one is prone to feel
dubious when under the guise of political criticism foul blows are stniolr
which are bound to strike at retr.i.t-
ing. For instance there iP appearing
in some Liheral papers an article .in-
titled "Graft and bungling in fhe
MUIt a Department." It waB .list
wut.lished in the Victoria Daily lt'_ies
of Sept. -,, and has since appeared in
various daily and weekly newspapers
throughout thc Dominion. That the
public should appreciate the sinister
character of this article and (for the
benefit possibly of the chief press
censor, th" Journal takes the risk of
reproducing the following ertrncts
tak. n almost at random:
"The Borden government never intended the 5C0.0OO limit to b«
taken seriously anyway. It was wb'-t
you might call a bluff,"
"The truth of the matter is that
so far as tbe Borden government is
concerned the greatest war in history
has been a great bun feed for thc
friends  of  the  Conservative  party."
"It is no wonder that men ask why
should we go abroad to do the fighting and leave those fellows at home
to do the looting?"
"All of which is to say that the
rich are making the gains out ol this
war, while the .poor have to take
what they can get."
"The contrast between the ease and
dispatch with which the munition
manufacturer carries away his swag
and the lingerinc red tape which
keeps widowed mothers out of their
pensions  is  notorious."
"Who was interested to keep this
'graft' going? That is what our soldiers at home and at the front are
askin?. N'o answer can be given
which does not put a crimp in recruit
lDg.
"As for their registration scheme
it comes roo late. It is only a ruse
anyway. Its net effect will be to give
a host  of party leaders soft jobs."
With the creature who penned these
malevolent lies the Journal has not
particular concern. Such a mentality
is above or rather beneath being appealed to by any argument of patriotism or decency. But it comes to he
a question whether the chief press
censor should not regard such statements flagrant violation of that section of the censorship regulations
which prohibits the publication of
anything 'likely to embarrass or
binder the successful prosecution of
the war." At a time when the country is striving to fill up the ranks of
the army and to consecrate in every
way possible the fullest measure of
effort toward winning the war, thr
Journal is of the opinion that wide
circulation of such offscourings of a
dirty mind mind is little less than a
crlrr.e against the country's patriotism and a mockery of the liberty of
the press. In any other portion ..I
the Empire th«y would invite sharp
punishment. In Germany they would
land their author before n firing
squad.
If this article     were     confined to a
few obscure weeklies it would  not be
so bad.      But  the  Journal Is reliably
i informed that it is syndicated matter
j sent  broadcast over the     country   by
■ what is known as the "Central Inf'.r-
! mntion Bureau of the Liberal Party."
i with offices here    in     Ottawa.     Tbat
' such     lyir.e    stuff should be officially
! disseminated     by     the  Liberal party
machine is  suggestive of     the calibre
and temper of some   of     the     party
leaders.      But    the people of Canada,
whether    Liberal     or      Conservative,
want to f?Pe their country do    its utmost to win the war, ami    we    hope
they are in nn mood just now to'eri-
;oy  seeing  rerruitine  interfered    with
by    journalistic     mercenaries     under
party pay.—Ottawa Journal.
Owing to the scarcity     of labor r.8-
cruiting bas ceased in Fernie.
HARD CHRONIC COUGH
Made Well by Delicious Vinol
Crestline, Ohio.—"I contracted a
hard, chronic cough, and was weak,
nervous u.ml run down. I have a nmi.ll
family of three, imd it was hard for me
to do my work. I took different medicines without benefit. Finally I heard
about Vinol, and it has restored me to
health and itren<gth, my rough is all gone
and I leel fine."—Mrs. H. H. < 'aiu.imix.
Vinol is a constitutional remedy for
elir.mie coughs and colds, and for all
weak, nervous, run-down conditions.
Try it on our guarantee.
Walter Hewn, Druggist,, Bevelstoke
B.C., aleo at the best druggists in
all  British Columbia towns.
GOLD RANGE LODGB, No. II
KNIGHTfl   OF  PYTHIAS
Meets  every    Wednesday evening
at    8   o'clock,    in   Selkirk   flail.
Visiting    brothers    cordially ln-
yiUd.    W. POTTRUFF, C. C.
R. GORDON, K of R. 8.
SELKIRK LODUB No. II
I. O. O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening In
Selkirk  Hall  at  S o'clock. Visiting brethern cordially Invited.
DAVID RABBITT. N.G.
JAMBS MATHIB. Secretary.
REVELSTOKE NDR8KRIKS
COT FLOWERS  & PLANTS
Phone 0*6
Revelstoke Lodge
No. KW5
LOYAL  ORDER
OF MOOSE
Meets every second
aud Fourth Tuesday
in   Smythe's     Hall.
Visiting Urethivn are cordially invited.       ALLAN* K. FYFE, Die.
ILL. HAUG, Sec.
E. G. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Wo specialize in
Me tnlllc Cel-lnKR, Corrunatod Roofing, Furnace Work and up-
to-date Plumbing
Work
Work Shop -Connaught Ave.
REVELSTOKE       -       -    B.O.
KOOTENAY  LODGB,  No.  1».
A. F. an* A. M.
Regular Meetings are held la
New Mssonic Hall oa the Fourth
Monday In each month at I p.m.
Visiting brethren are .cordially
welcome.
C. R. 8KENE,  W.  M.
ROBT.   GORDON,   P e»«retary
DR    T.   HEARD
JENTIST
OVBR     IMPERIAL     BANK
tEo Motors;
THOSE  WHO,   FROM  TIME TO TIME.   HAVE   FUNDS   REQUIRING
INVESTMENT,   MAY   PURCHASE AT  PAR
DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK
IN   SUMS  OF  $500   OR   ANY   MULTIPLE   THEREOF.
Principal repayable 1st October, 1919.
Interest payable half-yearly, 1st April and 1st October by cheque (free
of exchange at any chartered Bank in Canada) at the rate of five per cent
per annum from the date of purchase.
Holders of this stock will have the privilege of surrendering at par and
accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash, in payment of any allotment
made under any future war loan issue in Canada other than an issue of
Treasury Bills or other like short date security.
Proceeds of this stock are for war purposes only.
A commission of one-quarter of one per cent will be allowed to recognized bond and stock brokers on allotments made in respect of applications
for this stock which bear their stamp.
For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa.
DEPARTMENT  OF FINANCE, OTTAWA.
OCTOBER  7th,  1916.
ESTABLISHED
I 67 S
IMPERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
CAPITAL PAID UP S7.OO0.O00' RESERVE FUND S 7000.000
PELEC HOWLAND, PRESIDENT. E. HAY, GENERAL MANAGER
HEAD OFFICE : TORONTO
Farmers Business solicited.    Reasonable
accommodation assured at all branches.
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REVELSTOKE BRANCH.   A. B. McC '.NF.GHAN, Manager
ST.   JOHN'S  PRESBYTERIAN
('MURCH.
Pastor:  Rev. A. Raeburn Gibson.
Services 11     a.m.     and     7.3ft p.m.
Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Morning subject It is not very
hard for a rnan to get a creed to dis
with, the trouble is to get n creed to
live by. Come and get lt.
Evening subject: "Thc Crisis ln the
World's History or God's St-tntnOH-
to thc Christian Today." A hearty
welcome is eztevAeA to all.
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
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Family Shoe
Outfitters
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
Wa aim to glv* matimuni
waar At minimum price
DRY  GOODS   DEPARTMENT
MILLINERY ON SALE
ALL MILLINERY — Hat Shapes,
Trimmed Hats, Trimmings, Chil
drcn's Hats and Veilings go on
Sale.
Thia Season's PLUSH & VELVET
SHAPES in a lot of good colors and rirht styles, clearing at
a reduction of ONE-THIRD OFF
THE PRICE.
NKW  BEASON'S     VEILING     in
Fieh net and the large open
mesh. All good colors and shades
clearing at per yard  10c
SPECIAL LOT OF HAT.-- in New
Styles and     Colors, for Ladies',
worth up to S7.00, clearing at
  J3.50
A Table of CHILDREN'S FELT
HATS ln Browns, Niivvr, etc.,
some plain and some are    trim-
n ed. All at one price, each ... 50c
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
Late shipments have just arrived and have bt^'n placed in
stock. Some of thc newest things
to be seen in Eastern markets arc
now here at your door. A glance
at these lines will insure your
wearing only up-to-date models.
LADIES' ElfiHT & NINE INCH
TOPS, both button and lacs
models; made in patent witb
black cloth tops, and in plain
vici kid with self tops either
black or white stitched. Thety
romp in the very new "Naiad"
last.  Prices.   $6.00 and «6.50.
LADIES' PPMP8, Rlack, patent
and dull kid, either Cuban or
Louis heels one piece vamp;
Pries S4.50 and $5.00.
LADIES' POMPS, White lid.
gray kid and bronze. The newest
and the best made turn pumps
..n the market. Price $6.00 per
pair.
GROCERY  AND   CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN  MADB MARMALADE   I   PANCAKE AND SYRUP 8EVA50N
Try « Jar of Express at 25c. or
a tin of King Beach at 75c.
Head and I>eaf Lettuce, Cauliflower, Celery, Radishes, green
Onions and Parsley.
T«Y OUR LARGE PRUNES,
WHira FIGS AND APRI00T8-
T-Hirv  ABB DBUOOCS.
Self Rising Bukwheat Flour ln
packages.
Rogers Pure Sugar Sjmp, I, I,
10 and 20 pound Um.
Pride of Csnads Pure Maple
Syrup, quarti and half (allon
tins.
Crown Brand Cora Syrup, • .at
5 pound
Lyle's English Syrup, 1 pound
tins.
Maple Flavored Syrup In quarts
t and  1 gallon tlna.
Premium IL. Dominion H m,
Premium BreakfMt Bacon, Dominion Breakfast Bacon, Pea Meal
Back Baecoa, Beck Bs*on -n4
Oookad Ham. rA(~ rovn
THE   MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 19I&
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
Mrs.B. R. Blacklook -is
lew days at the coast.
spending a     j. McLeod of Banff spent
I day in Revelstoke,
Wedncs-
Thl
G.I.A
tag   i
ember 24.
to li. ol 1. B   are   hold-
:.,   Selkirk Hall on Nov-
itev. c. A. Procunier left on a visit
to Sicamous on Thursday.
for     Field
iM  Manning has
.1 Mm. an ' .' 11
ou V. ednea laj
Supt. .1. M, McKa.. .ei iho O.P.R.,
Revi ''" ' was in town lor a couple
ol ist v. eek,    \ i rnoii News.
.1. Hayes of the Y.M.(MA.
secured ;i position lng a f''\v days In the city.
Rev,  Mark  Phillips ol Taft
Revelstoko during the week.
spend-
visited
Rev. I'M T. Ferguson    o(    Calgary
Bpent Wednesday in Revelstoke.
,    , Mr. and Mas. W. Barton    bave   re-
.      .,,,,,,,;; ol the    Womens oan- honeymoon trip to tbe
appreciate if .anyone
ed   d i Mai. wi
havii ' he addresses ol any oi the
no. :' the 7th Battalion will send
them in.
In Wi dm 'M.i. ca i laity lists the
name' : Pvti 'ndr. ■ Lee ui RevelBtoke wae given as lied 'if wounds.
I'M , it- p\ te. Lee was well known in
I:- ,. - toke, Mis. W. .1 Phillips, now
living in the citj  le a daughter.
The only block of  Dominion tln-bec
ining unsold  in  Mission    district
.us     i ■"■'; i ij     ac iuli ed by the Key-
M'ur   i   egging .4   Vlei cat I ile Company
SUvei dale, easl  eei     Rus-
kin.  Th.        "      in lour  widely
ted  blocks.
coast.  ^^^^^^^^^^^^
ll. B: Walkeip of Vancouver spent
several days In Kevelstoke during tbo
week.
w
Mav
i ll i
B.  Farris returned on     Wednes
from b visit to Nelson and cast
Thr local barbers have raised     iho
price of hair     cuts   [rom 35 cents to
50' .'"ills.
low tbis occasion to pass without
expressing their own thorough appro- j
ciationi of the courtesies extended by
your organization to our recent distinguished visitors. 1 have the honour to enclose herewith copy of a l'8t
ol the gentlemen composing the party.
Empire Parliamentary Association
(Canadian Branch), Delegates from
Australian Branch:
j    Hon. David Wat-tins. M.IM,   N.3.W.,
! Australia.
Hon. Hugh DeLargle, Senator, W.
Vustralia.
Mr. A. C, Palmer, M.P., Victoria,
Australia.
Tbe Hon. Staphen Barker, Senator,
Victoria,   Vustralia.
The Hon. Josiah Thomas, M.P.,
VS.ttM, Australia.
Mr. Reginald Burchell, M.P., W.
Australia.
Mr.  Alfred  Hampson,  M-1M,  Victoria,  Australia.
1 have the honour to bc,  ,
Y.Olirs  faithfully,
KKNUST .1. CHAMBERS,
l.ieut,.-(.M.I.
Secy. Empire Parliamentary Asso
elation (Canadian Branch),
A. im Rome, of the Imperial Bank
ei Canada, Nelson, spent a lew days
in  i he city this week.
Mis.   .lack  Hume  will receive on the i
fourth     Thursday    of this month In-
Red Cross
Society
,l,.lt.  stead of the third. Mrs. I'M  S.  Martin
,     , ,ii ,.,, .  „.,,„.r  will  ie.'.'ive with Mrs. llame.
«in, hi   e ■ ■ illci i' a papi i
A.  Law
[)U     l'.''l        I
Mrs.  I
lh^^e^,BBBBBBBBBBBBBB-«. ___________m_________mmU^m^
tor thi        ■ an Reliel Fund will noti- Christmas parcels    for    soldiers at
iv bet   by telephone .No. -ill     in or- {hl. [ront   sllolli,| i,(. mailed not later
'H       .    ,,     i(   ,,iay   be  called fur  next (|l.in  Novpmber   lf)tl.  a|ld    tho8C      for
n. ia, collection will be nl.n iM England by November 25th.
!l"   PaPer  Bt°red      '"     Uie      Another  Arrowhead  boy.   Pte.   It.  A.
1,1(1 Post 0fflce' Iswltzer, who left  with the 62nd Bat
\     McDougall,  the   well-known    Fer-   tallotk      has   died  of  wounds,   was the
ai( ,: nan,     Mas erected a small vv,„.,i    received  here dining tbe  week.
it  Croydeni, about     20 miles t}t   waa (1|Sl, well known in Golden.
e ..,      nl     Tete Jaune  Cache, on the
w.oiu-.iv   e.t    On Tuesday morning   Mrs.     Aichi-
""f /:U'\/r:;.:    bald,.-. d the sad  news    oi     the
T   "T.ts   The    utputo   death ot her husband, Pvte. I. Archl-
miles of spruce limits.   Ibe' output  oi _    _     ..._.,_     .......
thi   mill  will be about   ..0,050 feet per
da. ,  and the tirst car of lumber will
he shipped early m  November.
i't..   death occurred at the residence
ol her daughter,     Mis.     Howard W.
Crowe,    r74 3-Oth  Ave   West, Vancouver, of Mrs   Barbara   \-  Livingstone,
aged  ."_ years   iinl six    months.    The
Mrs. Livingstoi   had many friends
in Revelstoke, having resided here for
.    number Of  years.      She    leaves five
daughters   . .i..- who lives in Itumlord,
Maine;   Mrs.  II.   W,   Crowe  and      Mis.
\. .i.   .rchibald   ol Vancouvar,     and
Mrs.   Andrew  Jones and   Miss  Living-
■ rf  Kevelstoke.
■a. \. Vnstie, managing director [thi Foresl Mills of H C, Revelstoke, spi ni .. couple of da> a a! ' bt
i' ast early in . ictobei. in conned
''.   the takun;  ol ■ ■ ■ •
in which     his company
Ii terview Mr.   Vnstie    11
his ..pinion tbat tht  lumber
tting into fine
n',.i    thai   pi   -; ■- "    toi     '
.  indeed, o
• '. ntj  of a   trot
■    •   ■
tb
i.ald, who bas 'lied of wounds. Pvte.
.rchibald lefl here with the "2nd
Hatialn.a. He ..is., leaves three children  to mourn his loss.
'thai    Sergt. C. A. Procunier     has
not  died of wounds   as was reported
, • soner of war at Mecklen-
tmrg, Germany, is the text of atelc-
rcceived   by Miss Irene Procun-
a.er.s.    The    message was
• I     from the British lo'1 Cross
■ j
Mr.  Neil    Mm in      of     Kamloops,
■.   ,n charge ol the At I ■
pan is m the in-
ed    n    \ a icouver     friends
11 ■        wns        returning
M.    Murray  from  a  t.vo   weeks
i     Puget Sound    i oints.     which
.  le,      Mr.  Murray
able ti
to that
limits had
'
I'n-   ■
The  weekly    meeting of     the      Ked
Cross was held at. the Y.M.(MA. Tues-e
day,  Nov.  7.    The     president,      Mrs.
Pratt, was  in th.   chair.     There were
1 22 members present.
A, (lunation of $25 was received
from    the   Revelstoke chapter of the
Eastern Star,  ner Mrs   C,  Macdonald;
as., fiu from     Mrs. Blackberg,     thu
proceeds af Waffle Tea given by her.
A letter was received from Mrs. W.
I'M il. Brown ol Trenton, Nova Scotia, asking if we had information of
Private t'ecil R, lirown. A returned
soldier is said to have seen him after
he was taken prisoner.
lf any person has Information!,
pleasi communicate with Mrs. Smith
Urquhart, Sec, Red Cross, Revelstoke.
The following work was turned in:
Mrs. Copeland, 3 pairs socks.
Mis. II. Wood, Miss barker, Mrs.
\ an Horn, Mrs. Heard, Mrs. a. Bl.
Miller, Mrs A. E. Kincaid, 1 pair
se.iks each.
Mrs. Falls, 2 shirts; also 10 shirts,
the making of which w.is paid for.
To our list of members must be
idded Mrs. Larder ai 1 Mrs. Sibbald,
active,Mrs. \. Lee, Mrs. G. Edwards,
Miss \
Mrs, Pratt  will be h   itei      •  a tea
avian Hall,
' 1.    There    will be a
•;i.n try I I :undc candy
Te.r     sale,  It is h iped that all inter-
ess work will n
the    I'resi-
meet
'I'll \P.T
•   tarv
Dur Doty ib to Fight
present him ln the field. This was our
message to the 'stay-at-homes' that
they keep in tbe treasury af the Patriotic Fund sufficient money to meet
the growing needs, and it is tu this
spirit that we still appeal.
"if you go any morning dowu to
the office of the Patriotic Fund!
i can assure you tbat you'
will see a little drama enacted some-
thing like this. A, man und a woman
come into the oilice. He asks to see
the secretary of tha Patriotic Fund.
•Mr. Secretary,' says Tom, 'I am
thinking of enlisting but, before dome-; so, I wish to know what will he
dune for Mary-' 'How many children
have jou'.'' asks the secretary. 'Three'
n- the reply. 'Well, the government
will grant vour wife $20 per month
separation allowance, and you will
send ber $15 per month of your assigned pay.' 'But,1 says Tom, 'Mary
annol keep the house and three kid-
dies decently on $36 a month.' Nor
will she have to,' replies the secret
ary, 'for the Patriotic Fund will give
iu addition, the amount that may be
necessary to bring ber up to tbe
scale of dec'in  living.'
'So Tom ami Mary depart, You
sec them cross the street. He enters
Lhe recruiting ..nice and signs on as
a soldier ol the kin-;. Mary lets him
go and she and the children take up
life's burden without a bread-winner.
Now, no contract exists between
Mary and the fund. Tom has t;oue to
the front on a mere verbal promise,
and yet both Tom and Mary have ah
solute faith that the pledge will he
kept."
After a vote of thanks to the
■ er, the meeting closed with the
singing of the National  Anthem.
[
This is the
Reason
if must he
i
■
■
■
i
Bovril is Ihe food proved by
independent scientific investigation,
carried out by sonic of the best-
known physiologists of the day,
to have  a   Body-Building  Power
of   Irom    io   to   20
amount taken.
times
"SAFETY  FIRST"  WITH   FIRE
ARMS.
Each year the shooting season rc-
rords a long list of accidents due to
1 ,i lessn iss e.f hunters in the forest
and in thc use of firearms.
A gun going oil accidentally and
killing the owner, cllrr.hlng fences
with the mm loaded arid cocked, or
shooting at a companion in mistake
for an animal are stereotyped eases.
With the knowledge of the danger of
handling tirearms it is surely Incum-
benl upon hunters to exercise every
precaution and keep continually be-
M ic  iliem the motto "safety first."
At   Rossland  mnny     expert that W.
11. Wilson   M.P.P.. will be   the    n-w
nister of public 1 works in the Brewster cabinet.
5t takes a joint of Beef
to make a Boitle of
BOVRIL
WANT  ADVTS.
WANTED—Smart boy or young man.
Excellent opportunity to learn good
trade. Apply Mail-Herald.
FOR SAI.K—Two 1; foot Showcases.
Apply I'nion Clothing Co., Revelstoke, B.C.
I'.. LET—Furnished Rooms, very
warm and comfortable, IG First
Street Bast.
ASK   FOR
SHAMROCK  BRAND
HAMS   BACON   BUTTER   LARD
TRY OUR PEA MEAL BACKS
P. Burns 0% Co. Ltd.
SELL    oR    RBNT—Baker     shop
south  track. Apply  I'M  Fuoco'
■
Receives Letter
of Apprei.ii
.NTED—Girl    for     general     house
Apply    21 Fourth  Street or
D—On McKenzie Avenue, Watch.;
Owner may have by proving    prop-:
i. ng fm- tins   advertise-!
,1.   M.ol-Herald.
NOTICE.
sh
I. I'M ure    hold-
: ■     II ill   on   NM.V-
'   let.R.
NOTICE.
Uwiug to tbe high cost of food
Stuffs it has been found ueceasary far
us to raise the price ol a few articles
of food. We are practically the last
tirm in Revelstoke to take this action
and have hesitated to do so, but wc
now tind tbat we cannot put it oil
any louger.
We thank our many friends lor
i heir patronage iu the past and hope
for a continuance ol same.
REVELSTOKE OYSTER AM)
CHOP HOl'Sli.
sssasjstM^ssBsrj..
TRAPPE
Send you
RAWr
toJOH
ii.
__.\.L
■■
v
ICE.
Ion bave  raiB-;
..
• lor    cut
..a the
. emaln open
■ en ing
NOTICE.
The regular meeting ol the Women's
anadian Club will bc beld    at     tho'
i.n,. raotlft ii _.i,.t i , '. i
mtiiiet   thu  Mum .In?   tli,* fur,    ..    •
eChftrlanooommeMioni   Midi
wv...... i,. i >ui mliiimt of ,e. I' ■   I    tl,   .
•im.l I i.i tr,I r.,   II Cqn-.lt   „  ii ,
fuMtniHtlee't «.|'i.| ai    .   .[ |l
.Innl.Hlll reOMIV.  Hi'    I '
> Ji, will..I.e.  W> ..uf lll'i... tu,   '
III, O..II a. in  ii/   ,1... r | -.
r,.,-r   "''' "" '
I, -7 I* I,      Hei II >      -     I'
1   ill.O      ||
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Bll • '
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Jl .   . iM : ■ VM .
151   Hallam Building,Toronto
m:..„.v^m.
High School ou Monday,
13, at 8 o'clock.
November
"LIQUOR ACT
S.ction 42.
.810"
In '  arM '   ' '
h      111  enmr I
BAD STOMACH TROUBLE
Yields to Delicious Vinol
• rt     i
.. fur   j
m
....
Idi ■
no.  o me-
i   I r
•   I    • |. ineie h
OUtll' I anrJ I .,,,
. llllll  ll
ire il.   i'i. i ' !
Ill 'I
I	
rrl i
Irtt      i   i  ■      i towns.
PL-
■ Tl'
ilt,    which
'
I
. • i t<      •    the
Minr'       if   tl
n" i'- t.
■ ' ri"
■
IS
'
'
•    '
'
'
in  thi>
■ ■ '■   unfit.
•'
ar?       r.       ($«! • Ive  and
■   >m rentroutl ■    liflit i*
NOTICE
.    lohni
the    home
• •    l.alng     oi       lal unlay
There   will
.    I  Bali   of home
i D •
■   i ■
i        tO      DC
'I   .It   lie'   Mi'tho-
n     Block,
I
\   I ■ ■i .   and
' and     many
i aMie
,    ii el   has
many ti   i1 I        Itttl
folk.
nd have n " ir    of ten in
Bin     in |  e     r>:      the      musical
tioi'm       nil    nMv provided by the
.a clientrn
WELCOME TO ALL.
ee is hereby given that on tbe
firsl day of Deceit.ber next, application will be made to the Superintend, nt of Provincial Police for re-
icwal ol the hotel license to Bell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
a i i'l.i'vi.'w Hotel, situate at Arrow-
< i".el B.C., in the province of British
i 'oluml.la.
Dated Octoher P'th, 1916.
CHAPMAN _ SMITH,
Applicants.
Jl
•uqnnn att 19m.'
Feet Ion 12,
\h
N'ofice is h"mbv given that on thc
ftret div of Tlfcrmbor next, application will be made to thf Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel lloenpe to sell liquor by r"tn|l In th' hotel known as
the Hotel Beaton, =lt'ia*r nt Beaton,
In  the province of British  Colttmhln.
Dnterl October 14th. 1916.
H. VELLIB,
Applicant.
QOOD POLIOY
It's good policy to think of the fit lure
It's stilll.'e' tot policy to provide against
the misfortunes It mny bavo in store
loi y.ui. The surest way of protecting
yourself ami family la n
LIFE IN8URANOB POLIOY
wiili a reliable compnny. The high
flmuici.il s. hiding and long buslnssi
careei    oi     he   Knotcnay   Agencies
inak."      ll        I   0 '        ll iis.-.v. I 111".
Your 'ii li ii...v be near n! hand.
11.ui' del iv     Take opi a policy now.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Itd|
A. E. KiNCAir., Manager.

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