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Array Buy Your Goods
AT   HOME
The Mail-Herald
THE MAIL-HERALD
Published  weekly— Read
by   everyone—The     recognised
advertising     medium   for_ the
city and district.
Vol. 23-No. 42
REVELSTOKE.  B.C,   SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1916
$2.50 Per Year
MEMBER IS        11916 TAXES
DIRECTOR C \ DISCOUNT DATE
RECRUITINb \lS EXTENDED
R. F.Green Appointed Recruiting
Director for British Columbia
and Yukon—Other Appointments
Sir Thomas Tait, recently appointed as director 0f national services by
tbe Federal Government, lias named
■the men who are to assist him as
■directors in the several military districts of Ihe Dominion.
For Military District No. 11, which
takes in British Columbia and the
Yukon, Mr. R. I'M Green, M.P., for
Kootenay, has been oliered, and has
accepted the position. As Mr. Grwn
ia a member of the House he will, of
course, act without remuneration,
The directors named lor the various
military districts are:
British Columbia and Yukon,  R. F.
Coun.       'ake   Further   Subscript.       *  War  Loan —
Audio,> ,■ for Tax Sale
Appointed
The regular meeting of the City
Council was held on Wednesday night.
The City of Rovelstoko has sub-
scbBcribed a further sum of $30,COO
to the war loan, making a total investment of $50,000.
It was decided that His Worship
the Mayor and one alderman attend
the meeting of the Union of B.C.
Municipalities, in Vernon on October
11, 12, and 18.
A letter was read from the Mainland Fire Underwriters' Association,
Vancouver, advising the city that
they were unable to meet the views
of the aldermen    who    had     written
SOCIETY WOMEN FORM CLUB
TO PROMOTE HOME BUYING
Their Enterprise Puts End to Business of Mail Order
Houses in one Ohio town—"Spend Your Money
Where You Earn it" is Motto of These Ladies-
Home Buying Makes Home Prosperity
Green, HP.; London,     K. C. McKay,  them asking them to defray the cost
Bt. Thomas; Toronto,  Lieut.-Col. H. 0{ flreg outside the city limits.
Brock, Toronto;  Kingston,    Lieut. W.'    a communication    was read from a
N. Boween. Lansdowne; Montreal; Que- party in   Vancouver     oflering     three
tec,     Lieut.-Col.     0.    A. Chauvreau,  cemetery lots for sale.
Quebec;  St.  John,  Maj. L.  P.  Tilley,      h.  Manning was appointed auction-
St.  John- Halifax,     G. S. Campbell, Per for the tax sale.
Halifax; Winnipeg,     B.  R.  Chapman,     it was decided   to order about 1000
Winnipeg;    Regina,     A. L.    Haining,  feet     of wooden pipe from Vancouver e(j
Saskatoon,     Calgary,    R. B. Bennet,  to be used  in extending water  mains tnem for »
M.I'., Calgary. : and for repair work. |    The story is
It will be the duty ol directors of a resolution was passed authoriz-
national services to determine wheth- jng the city clerk to extend the time
fcj .he services of men are of more for discount on 19le taxes to October
value to the state in the employment so, hut to allow a discount only of
in which they are engaged     than     if one-seventh of the general tax rate.
they     werc enlisted for military ser- 	
\icc.  In this and  other matters thoy  ||B||n_   Q-ll      f
emu !.. co-operate recruiting  f|0llDI     UD 1   31
aifthorities. I
It is announced that a conference of
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reserved.)
Every housewife who has the welfare of her home town and her home
people at heart will be interested in
the achievement of the Civic Beauty
League, a women's organization of
Barburton. Ohio, which succeeded,
through well-directed and rather prolonged effort, in practically stopping
the usual annual outflow o( about
Joe'J.OOO from that little city to the
coffers of the great n ail order houses
of Chicago, Buffalo and elsewhere,
and to the large department stores of
Cleveland, which by the way, is
reached by a very easy trolley ride
from Barburton.
It does not detract one whit from
the glory to these ladies that their
patriotic work in behalf of their city
had its birth in a rude shock administered to Ihem hy the local merchants. They nevertheless accomplish-
a great good and    more power to
APPEAL FOR
FURTHER FUNDS
Red Cross Will Make House to
House Canvas—Election of
Officers for year 1916-17 to
Take Place
tn—the committeemen retired with as
much grace as they could, but later
developments proved their martyrdom
was not in vain.
The ladies readily saw the force of
the arguments presented by the busi
ness men, with the result that it was
but a few days until     their     Beauty
League was     converted into a "Buy
at-Home"  Club, composed     of     only
women  and  working  independently  of
the merchants, though, of course, the
money necessary   to     conduct
campaign  was solicited—and   needless
to say quite    willingly     subscribed— '    -
from     tbe    business   interests of the
city.
The first move of these ladies waB
to have prepared and circulated to
every household within the city's
gates a pamphlet containing the following ten reasons why everyone
should "Buy at Home," viz.:
(1) "Because it is patriotic.
(2) "Because it is a reciprocal duty
to spend your money where you earn
The business meeting ot the Red
Cross society was held Wednesday In
the Y.M.C.A., under the presidency of
Mrs. Kilpatrick. The minutes were
read and passed. i
The following work was handed in
for the current week:
Mrs. N. R. Brown, Mrs. A. Wilson,
_■ pairs socks each.
Mrs. Van Horne, Mrs. Adams, Mrs.
n. Trimble, a Friend, Mrs. G. Sargeant, Mrs. F. Payne, Mrs. M. Hume,
Miss Morgan,   1  pair socks each.
To the list of Red Cross members
'their! published     last    week must be added
WILL SEND
RESOLUTION
TO R.F.GREEN
the directors will be held at Ottawa
shortly to formulate plans.
The supervision of recruiting in
each military district rests with tho
district recruiting officer under the
district commander, and it is his
duty to coordinate the work of all
agencies, civil and military, connected
with recruiting. It is also his duty to
make himself acquainted with the
number of men of military age lit for
military service and to take all expedient measures for the purpose of
recruiting within his district and to
cooperate with the director of national service in his district. The work
of the district recruiting officer Is
supervised and coordinated by the
adjutant-general.
Mr. Green passed through RevelBtoke yesterday on his way to Ottawa.
Selkirk School
about     as     follows:      (3)  "Because the    local     merchants
These public spirited ladies had plan- invariably meet the prices qUoted by
beautify their little city of the catalogue house    and     big     city1
store. |
(4) "Because the local merchants
give empolyment to our sons and
daughters.
(5) "Because the local merchants
pay a great portion of the local tax-!
es which support our local schools,;
asylums and other public institutions, I
as well as build our roads and bridges and make life in the community a
buying     makes
Central School
Attendance
ned    to 	
15,000 souis,  and to accomplish their
aim had adopted the plan of   soliciting funds from the local     merchants
whose varied stores were at the time
in a stata of decay because of loss ot
trade through  the     channels     above
mentioned.     The aforesaid merchants
at thc outset noted the fact that the
two or three women     most active in
The following is the    Selltirk school promoting the League were vcry much
honor   roll for the month of Septein- given to running into   Cleveland     to pleasure.
ber. buy a larSe     rihare of their clothing,      (7)  "Because home
Div. IL—Veronica Paleck, Digby hats, house-furnishings, etc., and f0r home prosperity.
Leigh, Dorothy Purvis, Charley Mat- when the matter came up before the (8) "Because the catalogue houses
kenrot, James Millar, Wendall Porter. Business Men's Association for en- and the city department stores care
Div. III.—Harry Anderson, Charlie dorsement several of the merchants ,Hit one whit for you beyond your
Henderson, Rose Frey, Annie Galll- present vere of tbc opinion that this pocketbool:, and a dollar sent to
cano, Gordon Hooley, Marguerite would be a rare opportunity to give either of then
Brown. those     women a well-merited rebuke, up the     local
Dlv.  IV.—Gertrude Garland,    Annis  After some discussion  it was decided farm.
Tevini, Eva Carmichaei,   Dolly Shcp- to appoint a committee to meet with     (9)  "Because the    norr.e     merchant
herd, Jean   Edwards,     Margaret Ew- the ladie.5 and explain to them    that has made a study of his community,
ing. owing     to     poor business conditions He understands its     peculiar     needs,
Div. \M—Senior. Gerrit Versteegb, caused by so much money being spent the wants and tastes of its people.
Frank Carriculo. Ugo Pradolici. Jun- out of town it would be impossible His stock is bought with these facts
ior: Dorothea Lundell, Sarah DeFoe, for the merchants to help them at in mind. He therefore offerB beit.ter
Elena Callicano. that time.     Though the ensuing con- selections for home    people,     though
Div.    VI.—Second     Primer:     Mary ference between,   the     committee   and his    stock may not be so large, than|    °Dth °f SeFtctr-be^
Fyfe, Gwenith Davies, Nicolas Abram- the ladies was held many years   ago, the out-of-town    merchant whose Bel-
Laura Johnson, the members of that committee    still ections have been made with   a view
Rear. retain very vivid memories of the oc- to the tastes and needs of an entirely
Div.  VII.—2nd rrimcr:     Ello Prad- casion. After some two hours discus- different community.
-,..  -I...  -i— a .. (Continued on Page Three).
never returns to build
institution,    batik or
the names of Mrs. McCullough     (act-
Mrs.  Cutler,   Miss E.  Abraham-
son (associate).
An appeal is being made throughout the Empire for contributions for
the great work of the British Red
Cross society on "Our Day," October
19. The appeal made last October resulted in a total collection of $'-,858,-
('©S.56 in Cannula, and very large
sums in other parts of the Empire,
but the increase in all our forces ami
in the great offensive being carried
on upon all fronts is such that there
is again an urgent need for money.
Revelstoke has responded splendidly
to the demands of various funds at
many times and once again we ask
for your assistance. To that end a
"house-to-house" canvass will be
made early in the week commencing
Oct. 16, oy recognized canvassers of
the local Red Cross society.
Afl a result of the Tennis Tournament held Sept. 2, the sum of $35.00
has !>een donated to the local Red
Cross society.
The election of officers for the year
191K-1917 will be held in the library
of the Y.M.C.A. on Oct. 26. It is particularly desired that all members will be present in order that
a successful meeting may be held.
HANNAH BLACKLOCK,
Secretary
Attendance at
Selkirk School
The following is the perfect attendance record at Selkirk school for the
VI.
wcrii
son.     First    Reader:
Everett Henderson,  Fred
olini, Mary Fuoco, Alma DeFoe. Firqt.  sion—mostly on the part of the wom-
1'rimer:  Jean  Kipp,     Joseph     Daem,
The following is the Central school
attendance record for the month of
September.
Div. I.—Flor. Bourne, W. Smythe,
('has. Davis, Jno. McKinnon, Catb.'
McKinnon, Geo. Trimble, A. Cartwright, V. Madden, A. Needham, A.
Cressman, Jean Bell, C. Stone, W.
Inkster, A. Davis, 0 Lyons, Wm.
McRae, Wn.. Jamieson, E. Abraham-
■son,  Lily Inkster,  M.  Shaw.
Div. II.—Jr. Fourth   B     and     Sr
Tilio Bregoflisse.
Div. VIII.—Receiving claus: Stan'.y
Sutherland, Eugene Squarebriggs,
Frances Hay, Beryl Donaldson, Dorothy Hayward,  Laurel Garrett.
Central School
Honor Roll
,i
The honor roll for Central school
for thc month of September is as
follows:
Third A: Alfred Abrahamson, Alfrod] Dlv. I.—(A): Freda Davies, Jessia
llourne, Stewart Burridge, Jack Cart-1 McGregor, Cath. McKinnon, Cbas.
wright, Catherine Dochard, Catherine Davies, Irene Morgan. (B).Wm. Ink-
Inkster, Jack Madden, Tom Madden, itw, W. Smythe, A. Needham, Geo.
Allister Mcllae, Margaret Mickelson,' Trimble, C. Lyons,
(ieorge Morgan, Llewelyn Parry,I Dlv. II.—Jr. Fourth, B: Stewart
James Samson, Willa Smythe, Flor-! Burridge, Harry Davis, Jack Cart-
ence Hamilton. wright. Sr. Third, A: Catherine Doch-
Dlv. III.—Sr. Third:    Patrick Cato,  ard,     Willa Smythe, Ethel Abraham-
Frank     Fleming,     Arthur    Johnson,  son.
Charlie Johnson, Beatrice JolllBc.i Dlv. III.—Sr. Third. Charlie John-
Netherby Kilpatrick, Elsie Laughton,1 son, Corinne Smythe, Netherby Kil-
Borden Mclntyre, Alice Morris, Wil-, Patrick. Jr. Third: Victor Johnson,
liam Olson, Linda Pradolini, Irene George McGiven. Stuart Laughton.
Trimble. Junior Third: Alfred Bur-| Div. IV-Jr. Third B: Paul Wiplli,
ridge, Marjorie Cleland, Susan Ktn^ Teddy Baker, Emlym Parry, Arthur
nee, Stuart Laughton, Martin Mlckel- Higgs, Alfred Haggen, (Doris Abra-
eor.1, William  Morris, Victor Johnson, hamson, Mftr Jok). Sr. Second Read-
Dlv. IV.—Doris Abrahamson, Lyda tt Donnld Jamieson, Malcolm McFnd-
Brill, Louie C'ouffln, Teddy Baker,1 yen, Jean Fleming, John olseni Ly-
Rrnest Field, Hilda Carnett, Eddy da Brill, Jean Archibald.
Girard, Robert  Hamilton* Ruth Ham
ilton, Agar* Johnson, Mar Jok, Willie McDonnell, Malcolm McFadyen,'
Isabel McGregor, Olarsnoa Nelson,'
John nlseii, I,ina Peressini, John
Ross, Bertha wipfli.
Dlv. V.-TOlHic Brill, Oeorge Cartwright, Mary Davis, Cecelia Falls,
lint Fleming.  Donnld Inkstor,  Robert
Laughton,  Norman  MloklMOB
Me.Mnh'nn.  Piter  McKinnon,    Hflmund
Morgnn,  Herbert   Morris,     Mike Pap-
Dlv. V.—First Render Mary Davis,
Ethel Qr&n*trom, Ethel Swanson,
Cecilia Falls. Delln Archibald, Herbert Meerris. Jr. Second Reader
Heather Kllpatrlck, Dorothy Moflatt.
Eva Weston. Kdgnr Paulding, Edward
Morgan, Bobbie Laughton,
Dlv. VI.—Flr«l Primer Mary Pap-
pns, Winifred Hindu,  fieatrtre    Ppper.
( Continued on Page Four.)
George' Second Primer   Darragh Smythe. Dorothy Fleetham, Jack wing.
Dlv. VII —Sam Kwong, l,esley
Tame, Inn Clcllnnd, Ruther Terry,
Carl Whittaker, Violet Field.
Canadian Expansion
Its Possibilities
l. Why do so many Canadian exporters depend upon foreign commission houses to distribute their goods throughout all parts of the
world? !
t, Why should manufacturers and exporters not seek direct connections
abroad, or patronize Canadian Commission houses?
3. How can we best, keep Canadian trade in Canadian channels, via
Canadian railways, thus building up Canadian seaports and direct
ocean connections from Canada?
After the war a very large number of firms will endeavor to get a
share of the business resulting from the world-wide demand for goods
which have been unobtainable during tho continuance of hostilities. It
may safely be anticipated that thousands of firms that have never attempted any export business will, quite properly, desire to seize the opportunity thnt will then occur for opening up new channels of trade.
How nre they to set about tho cask?
PREPARED   PROSPERITY.       (J||||||j \\
Fur the six years preceding the war capital was (lowing Into Canada at thc rat, of over $700,000 overy working day. According to nn estimate hy Sir George Palsh, Canada received something like $1,500,-
000,000 from Britain alone between 1907 and 1913. In tho samo period
the aggregate of Imports over exports exceeded $1,000,000,000. In other
words our prosperity haw for somo time past heen handed to ub.
At present we are finding ort our doorsteps every morning a million
dollars in unsought war orders. Yeatcrdny and todny our prosperity
has been prepaid. Tomorrow, what?
N.B.—Who is going to do the thinking ahout thle?
Div. I.—Rebecca Bell, Ernest Bradshaw, Annie Cashato, Secord Curtis,
Frank Donaldson, Williard Dunn, Tilly Frey, Esther Gullicauo, Mane
Goodwin, Lillian Hayward, Victor
Hooley, Hazel Johnson, Beverley
Kenward, Aileen Lawrence, Leonard
Manning, Margaret McMahon, Louis
Patrick, Bella Peterson, John Pugsley, Pearl Tevini, George Donaldson.
Average attendance, Vi.i; percentage,
90.21.
Div. II.—Joe Beech, Valentine Carman, Jack Carmichaei, Aura Coining
Eldon Corson, Feme Donaldson, ivy
Donaldson, Hilda Gallicano, Ruth
Goodwin, Walter Hughes, Donald Kilpatrick, Lionel I.uing, Rosamond Law
lencc, Peter Lonzo, Bessie Mackenrot,
Charley Mackenrot, James Millar,
Florence McCarty, Racbael Pagdin,
Veronica Paleck, Ernest pottrufl,
Dorothy Purvis, Douglas Bouthwortb,
Alice     Tevini.     Average   attendance,
:i;i.27; percentage, B5.07,
Dlv, III. Harry Aid. I Hoti, Helen
Brigga, Marguerite Brown, John
Crawford, l'armar Dean, Cerindo Defoe, Rose Frey, Alberta Hobson, Gordon Hooley, charhe Henderson, Olga
Johnaon, Evelyn Luing, Torsten Lundell, Edith Norberg, Uberta Porta,
Mario Pradolini, Laura Purvis, Edith
Rear, Kathleen Squnrcbrlggs, Qeor<ge
Wilson, Cecil McSorley. Average attendance, 89.80; percentage, 91.39.
Div. IV.—Rose Blantouche, Amuc
HregolisBe,      Josephine    Oancelierrl,
Lucy Catlin, Clarence Cushat... Kva
Carmichaei, Amanda Desimone, Albert Defeo, Jean Edwards, Annie Jenkins, Boyd Kincaid, BUspetb Kilpat-
ilck, Sarnh Laughton, Victor Lonzo,
Frances Lawrence, Gertrude Morgan,
Glna Pradolini, Mary Pugsley, Teresa Pugsley, Aileen Roberts, Mary
Roberts, Dolly Shepherd, AsnWi Tevini, David Tevini. Avrrnge attendance
89.!>7; percentage 92.02.
Dlv. V.—David Beech, Dugald Bell,
Laura Brier, Jenny PeBlnss, Lena
DeFoe, Jenny DeFoe, Raymond DeFoe, Sarah DeFoe, Reno Deslrr.one,
Elena Gallicano, Peter Graucr, Arnold Johnson,     Walter Johnson, John
Regular Meeting  of .Board  of
Trade—Road to West Discussed—Lack of Interest
in Meetings
The regular monthly meeting of : ho
Beard of rrade waa held In the City
Hull on Thursday night, only .:v..n
members being prestut.
It was decide.1 to Ben I a resolutian
to H. I'M Green, M.I ., asking him to
recommend a grant towards tbe completing of the automobile road. it
was also decided to ask the city council to send a similar resolution.
The importance of a roaii l0 ,,ie
West was taken up, and after discission it was decided tu ask the Pro
vincial Government to make a complete examinatii n of the uncompleted
part and also to make an estimate,
as to the cost of completing same.
It was the opinion of those ireitnt
that the Government should be as^cd
to complete the road in two years
time.
The minutes of thc executive meetings were read and from the reports
it is evident that that body has been
working in a very hard and conscientious manner.
The men.bers thought that it was a
mistake '.hat no mills were operating
in the vicinity of Revelstoke and will
take the matter up and try t' ascertain where the trouble Hes.
The question of the park boundary
was gone into at length and steps
will be taken towards going through,
with the proposition.
The President, Mr. A. B. McCleneghan, dwelt in detail on the unsatisfactory manner in which tbe members
of the Board attended the meetings
and the small support given the officers of the club and tl.e executive,
who had held 19 meetings sirrc February. Mr McCleneghan eaid "Sures-
ly the business men of Revelstoke are
big enough to get together and discuss the vital questions concerning
Revelstoke The same thing permeates
everything that is started in this city
and we should ret away from tha
factional end of things. There is a
great dsal of work to be done this
winter for the good of Revelstoke,
and it is very discauraging for a ffw
to work hard and receive no support.
Out of a membership of over 50 it is
impossible to get more than a dozen
to attend any of the meetings. You
cannot expect two or three people to
do all the work and take all the
blame. The lukewarm attitude of
many of the members will not prove
of much benefit to thc city. We have
decided t . hold .irnther meeting this
month anl two next m< nth, but if
the people do not turn out it will be
useless tc, try nnd accomplish anything.
Kaby, Gordon Kenward, Isabel Lawrence, Dorothea Lundell, Kathleen
Mclntyre, Arclm McKinnon, Albin
Norberg, Santa PiBCattlU, Cg" Pradolini, Ruby Rutherford, Lillian short,
Gerrit Versteegb, Annie Watt. Average attendance, 41.J.'.; Percentage,
59.75.
Div. VI.—Stella Bridge, Christopher
Daem, Harlej  Dean,   Dorothj  Dewar,
Km  DeBlasI,      .lack  I'MI'Aai'ls,      Mary
Fyfe, Jean Hayward, Everett Hrader-
son, Norman Jt bason, Laura    -i
son, Theodore Laughton,    Lily   Mor«
..I/. K1..1 S'ortb, iMi.Mi.etii Porta,
Lila Potter. Fred Rear, Audrain Boot
.1 irdli   R thi r   id.     Willie Bhi | I i
Neva Webster, Annis W<satm<an, Ethel
Whitby. Average   attendance,
percentage, 90.C4.
Dlv.  V ll Kneel, Mike BaN
aro, Verr.oy Aasal, Tilio DregollsKc,
Eva Brown, Catherine Beltnekl,
Michael Cashato, Banta Collio, Polly
■ ■ Mer i,        Uei   DSSln one,       Joseph!
Daem.  Alma   DeFoe,    Celeste     DeFoe.
Man in e;. : te, Regy
Hughes, Freda Johnson, Krneetlna
Hume, F.orence ftoodwln, .ieorge
Micciii, Ello Pradolini, Pete P • •
Billy sirianni. Victoria Sirianni, \u-
torla   siru.nm      ^veragi  attendance,
.:.'.; per<centag<. M.W,
Div. VIII—(Receiving class) Arthur
eCarlson Maml< DeAretangelo, Mire
Dean, Prank DeBlascl, Frank DeFoe,
Irene Desimone, Beryl Donaldson,
Laurel   Garratt.      Dorothv     Hayward,
Franetes Hay. Thein a Kenward, Mnrl
Laurlettte, Irene Morgan. William
North, Marjorie Shepherd, Vite.rln,
ftrlanni, Domlnlk Sirinnnl. Fugene
Rqunrebrigg*. Stanley Sutherland,
Average attendance, 3*\35' KTCefntai!'!
98.1.
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THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1916.
Zbe flfcatUlbevalb
Published every Saturday at
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Company, Limited
F.  E.  GIGOT,  Manager and    Editor.
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BATURDA.Y, OCTOBER 7,  1916,
KEEP REVELSTOKE MONEY IN
REVELSTOKE
The ort" thing necessary In making
Revelsl ike a citv where bard times
will never be known is to keep Revelstoke money in  RevelBtoke.
Revelstoke is not trally us large a
city as it should i.e, but intensive
cultivation applied to what the city
bas can make it one ol the tr.O-t
prosperous cities in the whole coun
try.
Let us examine this matter of intensive cultivation; we nre at oiv.'e
reminded of its application to the
science of agriculture.
Intensive fanning is a kind di farming that makes it possible for a landowner to become wealthy from the
products ..f a ten-acre plot, while his
neighbour, who owns 500 acres, goes
hungry,
There are lessons in plenty to he
learned from this intensive farming.
A homely old saying one often hears
in this country is, "I live at home
nnd board at the same place." Tbis
is thc farmer's way ol expressing bis
pi ndence,
Intensive cultivation of the resources and advantages of a small city
will, in time, make it a very wealthy
city. 01 course, Mich a city will not
temain Bmnll, but even if it does, It
will be a great city. Gary, Indiana,
Is not the largest city in the United
Mate- by many thousands, but its
public schools have taught the world
leet ■ In education. Monroe, Louisiana, is a sn all city, but it was the
Erst city In lhe United Stal e to
! ave a municipally owned street rail
way.
The eoi id  rarmi r    puts     evi ■ .
thi    oil   that  he can.    He
not f. ed bis
money foi
mere al fertilizi i
first five months of the present fiscal
>ear, to August 31st. They were over
$53,eO00,'O00, as compared with $»5,-
.r.2'0,0'30 in the Fame period of 1MB.
Other revenue receipts have gained on
a smaller scale, while the ordinary
expenditures of the government have
declined, due to smaller appropriations for public works."
FROM THE  SANCTUMS
"Dontyou play bridge at Crimson
Gulch?" "Not any more" replied
Hr. n iho Hob. "It upsets all the
rules. Whew you lose at poker, you
.an keep your troubles to yourself
and not talk about the hand. But
wh n one of us loses at bridge he
e:osn't know what minute hia part-
ner Is going to draw a gun an' rely
on a verdict of justifiable homicide."
Washington Star.
ATTENDING MEETINGS
Will :
tell    us why  it  . licult 1
up Interest   It   t!
■
t. i.e     -
■      '        '
nd if o
f the
Many I
I
THE WAR LOAN
In the well-known family of Vr.
and Mrs. A, S. Goodeve of Ottawa is
furnished a notable example of vol-
J thy patriotism, where three sons uni
a daughter are serving with lb.
King's colors. The daughter is wi'.h
the Red Cross order at Salonika
when! she has won honors for her tie-j
vot'on and courage. One boh is with
the headfluarters staff in London.
Another son is now on his way across
the water to do his bit. A third son
has paid the supreme price, having
bem killed in action.—Calgary S"_.VS-
Telegram, I
Mr.  H.  C,  Brewster,  Liberal leader
and Premier-elect of British Columbia
In the course of a message    to     the
electors of Victoria  City the day following the election, said, In part:       i
".   .   ,   .   We  havc  a   magnificent
Province   with  natural  resources of
Illimitable potentiality.   ..."
What   ,,     wonderful     change    over
night! Dp to the morning of the llth
Inst,     the Province had no resources
whatever, for according to Mr. Brew-
rtor himself thev lia.l  all been squandered or  completely alienated.—Golden Star.
  '
T0M0HRQWS SERVICES
CATHOLIC.
St. Francis church, McKensle Ave.
end Fifth street, Pastor, Rev. J. ' M
MacKenzie Sunday services:— Low
Mass at * a.m. and High Mass at
,.m. every Sunday. Sunday
school lor the children at - .;" p.m.,
Peuedlctlon and IM.-.try at ?:3U p.m..
ulessi
to '.. ;■ mcrnlng T-3'i
■•■>.   -. ■
--   'us     before
Vase.   Firsl '•'• as   .-   -  a.
Bei ■■ >: 1 at
ianks-
■
TH
•
fur Coats
Write to-day for the 1916-17
edition ot HALLAM'S FUR STYLE BOOK.
21 Page. Illustrated, which shows beautiful stylish
fur sets and fur coats moderately priced, and also gives
lull particulars of HALLAM'S ZOOLOGICAL CONTEST
64 Prizes.   $300.00 Iu CASH given away free.
Address oa follows:
GUNS,  traps, animal bait, nets
and supplies are described and  priced
in our .12 page Sportsman's Catalog which
Wet mail free.
RAW FURS—We are the largest Cash lluyer
of Raw Furs direct from the Trapper in Canada.—
363  Hallam  Bldg., Toronto     Our Raw Fur Quotations sent Free.
<Johnp_km
T&Banner Spring
PATCNTCQ     JULY    /p08 M f^I??
Is a Sleepy Thin& ▼
C.It is made of 100 steel
spiral springs, tempered in oil, that
yield underpressure to every curve of
the body, no matter how heavy or how
light.  It "fits the 6lecper."
Its Non-Rusting Enamel Finish
is guaranteed not to damage bidding.
Tlie genuine "Banner" (patented July 1908) spring is
guaranteed for 20 years. Vour dealer lias
it or will get it for you. Ask for it liy name.
THE ALASKA  BEDDING CO.,
LIMITED
'63VV
Makers of Pftlitctids ami llttldtng
VANCOUVER -  Calgary  -  Rrpina • WINNIPEG
"ALASKA oa an article means High Grade Every
1'articU."
BANK
n
OF CANADA
CAPITAL PAID UP $7,OOO.COO- RESERVE FUND i7.000.000
PELEG HOWLAND. PRESIDENT. _ HAY, GENERAL MANAGER.
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
Savings Deposits  received at all Branches ol this Bank.     Interest
credited half yearly at current rate. 3
L_
REVELSTOKE BRANCH,   A. B. IV... (    1NEGHAN, Manager
"J
Before Buying Ifour
iOinter Coat
H   will pay you to look through our sto"k ot coatR. All the
newest styles at moder.ite prices.
£adies Skirts
'.Ve have a larire range  ..f  3kir<t8 t.. select  trom,     matlc by
■ l.an manufacturer's.     Good    All-wool  Tweed
S5 00.   rforge  Skirts in all colon, price $7.00.
Shoes
Oui     i.ick is com-
*   Tact Ion,
hi.1 top Button
S6 00
ethmg     strong     nml
tt J2.10 re. S3 50.
Fred Young & Co,
■..
•
:■••'.
It
Canad
'■ I
li  than the
•
. mn 1 lived In thi
■ ■• foi    none;   on each   111 -em.
■  li an   ' il ' oui e, Canada
11, ■ wai zone,    and it le
ij in ; a pro
thai  "I the Unlti rt States.
"This present Canadian   pro
is shown t.y the laige Increase in the
Dominion customs receipts    in     tlm
_*jgj
^ic
m,
W«s
The Fast Load for Ducks
When it." flood sIk.i <>f the day wmat- you <winl lo l.e .con*
fidciit that your •hot sheila an r-iiiU.    thai they wilt back up
your >im ind <l" their pun t>. Mil ...ur fame \,.\l\.
Vx
M.
Canuck
the t|>ettdiMt of ill ihot ^i.^iu   efivei yoa t..i eoofidenee end eliminates all
emmunition <*nrr.rei    1 ier sensitive primer, tt,*- [... *r,f,,i losd «nei tier re*i>on«e
10 IhS In 'fee pull <ii«r«nlrr ihaoHaf MtislsStlOn
ttett 11 e; .   -e,,|ht h.ve tieert" eitri l.-.tt.mM.n Sh-.t Ih.llee.
rht last <1 .     ■   Imfisrlal Stmetotei   e-j-  «   M     .„ tt..11 r.,.t„n* i.n,>t .,„t t,tknnm.
we,rth     lhe ..,,/.   f 'tnrtrltne,   Metrl.   \t,„l   \l.eU.
Writ* ..■■!., I  \ I h.p nl .I.r 1.1,1 Work."
Dominion Cnrtriet-tfe Co.. I.ltniiaul
II
Transport Atl on
MnntrwAl.
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MAGIC »•*»-X!
NO BAKING^
t°» POWDEK
Dominion.
THE     CANADIAN    BANK
OF   COMMERCE
Capital $15,000,000. Reserve $13,500,000.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Accounts may be open<e<l and operated I.y mail
MONEY   ORDERS
Isau<ed by this bank form a most Convenient way of remitting small
sums of money by mail and may be obtained  without delay
SAFETY   DEPOSIT BOXES
to rent information regarding which will be furnished on applioation
REVEL8TOKE BRANCH W.J.OOULTHARD Manager
Factory Phone 261
P.O. Hon l.il
ttesldence Phone _£il
Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
O. W. Abrahamson,  Proprietor
VVecan (ill tiny orders of windows or doors or anything
in the factory line
We   also   carry   a   complete stock of building materals
LUMBER,SHINGLES.LATHS& MOULDINGS,
CEMENT, WOODFIBRE, LIME & BRICK
ESTIMATES  GIVEN   FREE
What's in a Name ?
Well, it Just depends.  When  you hear of Hobso       Bread
you naturally feel hungry.   The crisp brown eite._jr   and
the   appetising   white Inside are both stegas of the    good
flour    we use and the care we take to bake lt just rlght^
Try it for yourself—we do not fear the result.
Phone 41
HOBSON'S
Box 734
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents and Storage
GENERAL   DRAYING
FURNITURE   AND    PIANO    MOVING   A   SPECIALITY
Phone 46-276 Night Phone 346
CURTIS   &   SWITZER
F. B. WELLS
Men's Outfitter
Fur Buyer	
Complete   Line  of   MEN'S  WEAR
Union Hotel,
A. P. LHVKSQUK, Proprietor
FIRST STREET,  REVELSTOKE. B. C.
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh from own Ranch
ORIENTAL
HOTEL
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor
Suitably furnished with the
choicest the market affords.
Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. Rates $1 a day.
Monthly rates.
IMPURE DRINKING WATER IS
THE FRIEND OF DISEASE
Our CARBONATBD BEVERAGES aie manufactured from ab-
eolutely pure syrups and thrice filtered water. Their use ls l>en-
eflclal to HEALTH and a prerentatlve of DISEASE.
Try our Ginger Ale, Cream Soda, Ginger Deer, &c. The mountain water ls rot Simon   Pure ln the good old summer tlms.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers Direct Importers SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1916.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGg   TOR-*
The Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
Notice of Tax Sale
I, W. A. GORDON, Collector of The Corporation ot the City oi Revelstoke, B.C., hereby give notice pursuant to the "Municipal Act" anil amendments thereto and a resolution of tne Council of The Corporation of the
City of Revelstoke, B.C., passed on he 7th day of July, 1916, that on Thursday, the 12th day of October,
1916, at the hour of 10 a.m., in the City Hall, Revelstoke, B.C., I will offer for sale by public auction the
lands, improvements nnd real property hereafter set forth for delinquent axes and for interest, commission,
costs and expenses as provided by thc Municipal Act and amendments thereto, if the total amounts respectively due in respect to each parcel be not sooner paid.
Name of Assessed Persons.
Description of I'roperty.
i :Plan      Block Lots
Swanson,  Alf   636A
Nam Sine:  j636A
Lewis, F. B 636A
Casciato, Ruggierio  636D
Casciato, Ruggierio  636D
Osborne, Mrs. UM E J36D
Fittenti, Dominic  636E
Micieli, Teresa  636B
Fuoco, Mrs. Rosaire  636E
Fuoco, Louis  636E
Twan-uk, Majk  5361'-
Fiioco, Louis  636E
Micieli, Dominic  636E
Porter, Oliver  5361,
Gumming, H. P 636L
Barber,  J. Guy   1235
Yeaman, 0. G., & Terrell, W. B 1235
Bourne, Frank H 1235
Fromey, E. C ^36
Fromey, E. 0 °^°
Presbyterian church  °36
McCarter, G. S., &  Lewis, I'M 13 636
Ross, Joseph E 636
Bain, T. w.   &  Parry, H. M 636
Smythe., W.  A 636
(
Hanson, Mrs. C. E 636
Lee, Mrs. Alice ^'3dA
Sing, A. H ,636.\
.Julian. Mrs,  A o36.\
Cowie, a., & Lidy. M 636A
Lindmark, C. F 6360
Lee, Mrs. Alice 636B
McCarter, Geo. s 636H
McCarter. Mrs.  K. C 636B
Fraser, Mrs   .1 636
Lindmark, C. F 636b
Corning, Bd °36
RoberU, J. K 636
Wark,  J. H ?65
Abrahamson, Jno.,   Andrew    &   Mrs.
(has ,;"vt-
Tapping, J. C 636
Craig,   v., A Hillman. A 636
Caley.   Mrs.   John   P36
Kltson,  Andrew  Govt.
McCarter, (I.  3., & McRae, A t!ovt-
Stonex. H. B .Qovt"
McDougall, c. H '.iuvt'
Peterson, P. A 636
Wah Chung  Govt.
Perrin, Mrs. Jules ''"vt-
Clough, Q Govt.
Clough. Geo .('ovt-
Clough, Geo Govt.
Clough, Geo .<!°vt"
Revelstoke Realty Co .(loVt'
 Govt.
"Govt.
Field, Chas. M	
Revelstoke Realty Co	
Coursier, H. N i;"vt-
Wah Chung  .'■"vt-
Wah  Chung   ,0ovt-
Raboucheee, A '"vt-
Revelstoke Realty Co .,iovt
Turnross, Cbas	
Wall Chung Blag 	
Fromey, _, ('	
ovt.
Govt
Govt.
Gillan, Chas, _ ''"vl
Torbes, W. A ':"vt-
Needham,  Mrs.  Millie. Estate of  Qovt'
Dow,  Alex   .,;"vt'
Ibrafiamson, Jno.,   Andrew   &   Mrs.
rims .';"vt-
NM-he.l.  Wel.M,  l-irtt.itf* ..I  ,;"vt-
Field,  Mrs.  |„  A ;"'■'■
lobnion, Om Govt.
Morgan, JoMph  Govt,
Morgan,  rosejpb  Govt.
, Joseph  i;"vt'
Edwards, Mrs.  NM T i;"vt-
Needham,  Mrs.   Millie.  lOstate of   ,'"'vr-
Gillan, Chas. E i;"v'-
Turner. .Min \ ';"vt'
Lund,  Agent,
Agent.
.gent,
\i'.tit
Vi'.'ni.
agent, M.w _
Lund
Lund
Lund
Lund
Lund
M.W .('"'vt-
M.W ;"vf
M.W ,°OVt.
M.W Q0Vt.
M.W P0**'
,649
Fromey, E. 0	
Lund, Agent, M.W ''"■'•<
Lund, Agent, m.w i;mt
Lund, Agent, M.W .';"vt-
Lund,  Agent, M.W .';"vt
Gibbons, Band  S49
Edwards, Edward  649
Fromey, 11. C .Govt.
Parrv   11.  M    ft  MnrPonnld. 0,  R.  ...';"vf
Lund.   Agent.  M W .':"v'
Lund,  Agent    M.W .';    '
Ltind, Agent. M.W ;;"vt-
Revelltoke Realty no ,<;..vt.
l.unil.  Agent. M.W ,';"vt
Johnson, .1   K Oovt.
Lund, Agent, M.W /;"vt
I'M..,nnv. B, 0 649
Gulletto,  .Int..  X-  nreKoliser., B T65
MrOIII, .1. II       765
Lend, .\gent., M.W T65
20
27
28
31
31
42
101
101
102
102
104
107
108
1
2
3
4
5
2
2
4
8
11
11
16
16
17
17
17
23
25
38
45
45
46
48
96
Pel.
13 & 14
6
15 & 16
3
5 & 6
2
3
9 & 10
6
9 & 10
4
9
2, 3 & 4
6
24
1 & 2
1  to  13  inclusive
8 & 9
26
27
13,  14,  15
17,  18,   19, 20
9 & 10
11
22, 23  ft N. 3' 5"
of 21 & W. 24'x20'
oi 24
E. 76'x20' of 24
5
7
23
19 & 20
17 & 18
17 & 18
1, 2, 3
4
1 to 5 inclusive
1   to  6  inclusive
1 & W. 40' of 2
at     intersection     of
Campbell & Boyle Av
30
ȣ 8-
Q f" C
76.84
101.40
50.36
24.01
52.42
33.38
21.43
71.74
51.26
65.08
10.46
30.34
118.83
6.98
5.82
19.30
55.06
26.48
133.62
67.56
53.53
73.14
23.32
11.66
3 to 6 inclusive
1  to 7  inclusive
10 A E. J of 9
18
7
4
5
10, 11.
12
10
10' of
&
4
5
5
5
6
7
7
7
7
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
11
11
12
14
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
18
18
18
19
20
23
28
33
33
34
34
34
35
38
42
42
43
43
44
45
50
50
50
51
52
55
55
56
56     9. 10, 11
•MP.11. Pnrcol No. 5
Add   R, Lot 5
Add. B. Lots 8 ft 9
\<1'l   B.     Lets  12 to 20
Inclusive
6 & 7
9
10
7
9
13
14
1
6, 7,
8
7 to 12 inclusive
5
7 & 8
9
i a 2
v,'. i of 9
I a 2
4
7
8
9
7 & 8
II & 12
1 to 12 inclusive
9
3
7 to  12 inclusive
2
4
10.  11. 12
8
4, 5. 6
3
7 to  12  inclusive
2
7 to 12 inclusive
2 & 3
10 a w. 5' of 9
6
7
8 to 12 inclusive
8 to 12 inclueive
1 to  12  Inclusive
5*6
7. 8. 9. 10
442.65
68.37
224.51
242.04
22.88
153.73
401.86
72.29
101.16
21.93
67.56
541.79
371.52
.    1.74
9.30
805.21
408.24
38.29
14.82
17.38
43.60
89.37
6.80
16.96
27.05
49.25
30.70
17.12
11.28
11.28
5.46
83.92
11.28
22.07
11.28
229.49
17.98
17.98
59.36
192.90
79.94
129.79
16.80
66.65
28.09
92.88
8.40
32.42
21.43'
49.12
16.80
28.09
50.2
49.59
150.28
3.47
19.13
97.26
20.28
20.28
55.09
19.13
111.83
21.43
153.94
22.58
243.92
71.81
29.22
63.20
45.75
211.23
220.15
614.91
67.16
120.40
61.37
144.00
22.16
24.33
18.60
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15.33
25.75
7.15
3.40
7.44
4.73
3.04
12.95
10.85
11.75
1.48
5.47
21.40
.99
.82
2.74
7.81
4.75
33.68
17.90
7.60
10.38
3.31
1.62
87.13
9.70
40.44
43.60
3.24
21.82
72.38
15.54
14.36
3.11
9.59
136.78
60.65
24
1.32
178.87
77.17
5.43
2.10
2.46
7.86
24.43
4.26
2.40
3.84
14.37
4.35
2.43
1.60
1.60
.77
21.50
1.50
3.80
1.60
69.05
2.55
2.55
10.69
54.86
19.54
23.44*"
2.38
12.05
508
2014
1.19
4.60
3.04
13.18
2.38
5.08
7.17
8.97
27.02
.49
2.71
13.81
2.87
2.87
7.82
2.71
28.72
3.04
24.64
3.20
44.04
10.19
4.14
8.97
8.25
38.12
39.74
111.89
9.53
17.09
8.71
25.98
3.98
4.36
2.64
6.60
8.35
4.87
3.37
4.99
3.90
3.22
6.23
5.10
5.84
2.59
3.79
9.01
2.39
2.33
3.10
5,14
3.56
10.36
6.27
5.05
6.17
3.33
2.66
28.48
b.90
15.24
16.28
3.30
10.77
25.71
6.39
7.77
3.25
5.85
35.92
23.60
2.09
2.53
51.20
26.27
4.18
2.84
2.99
4.57
7.69
2.55
2.96
3.54
5.18
3.75
2.97
2.64
2.64
2.31
7.27
2.64
3.29
2.64
16.92
3.02
3.02
5.50
14.38
6.97
9.66
2.95
5.93
3.65
7.65
2,47
3.85
3.22
5.11
2.95
3.65
4.88
4.92
10.86
2.19
3.09
7,55
3,15
3.15
5.14
3.09
9.02
3.22
10.92
3.28
16.39
6.10
3.66
5.60
4.70
14.46
14.99
38.59
5.83
8.87
5.50
10.49
3.30
3.43
3.06
98.77
135.50
62.38
30.78
64.85
42.01
27.69
90.92
67.21
82.67
14.55
39.60
149.24
10.36
8.97
25.14
68.01
34.79
177.66
91.73
66.18
89.69
29.96
15.94
558.26
83.97
280.19
301.92
29.42
186.32
499.95
94.22
123.29
28.29
83.00
714.49
455.77
4.07
13.15
1035.28
511.68
47.90
19.76
22.83
56.03
121.49
13.61
22.32
34.43
68.80
38.80
22.52
15.52
15.52
8.54
112.69
15.52
29.16
15.52
315.46
23.55
23.55
75.55
262.14
106.45
162.89
22.13
84.63
36.82
120.67
12.06
40.87
27.69
67.41
22.13
36.82
62.57
63.48
188.16
6.15
24.93
118.62
26.30
26.30
68.05
24.93
149.57
27.69
189.50
29.06
304.35
88.10
37.02
77.77
58.70
263.81
274.88
770.39
82.52
146.36
75.58
180.47
29,44
32.12
24,30
Society Women
(Continued from Page One)
(.10) "Because the Dollar spent at
home to you again may chance to
roam."
The original distribution oi the
pamphlet containing the foregoing
reasons, while, oi course, doing some
good, was but a minor feature of the
campaign. Final success came from a
later use of these pamphlets. Every
member of the "Buy-at-Home" Club
was provided with a large quantity
oi the pamphlets. Watchers were then
appointed to report the names of
every resident of the town returning
from Cleveland with a package, and
from other source was learned the
names of anyone receiving freight or
express shipments. By the next mail
inch of these people would receive
one or more of these "reason cards,";
submitted by someone who lived
in their same block or immediate neighbourhood. The second offense
brought a dozen or so, and a continuance dt thc practice brought a flood
of them at every repetition.
The effects of this persistent hon>'
bardment can be better imagined by
the reader than described by the writer. Suffice it to say, that within the
yeai} it was a rare exception to see
shipped or carried into the town anything that could be purchased at
home.
Atsociation for Good Government
wish to tell you of their rejoicing
over the victory for Suffrage in British Columbia. At a meeting of the
Suffolk County Suffrage Association
held on Tuesday, September 19, the
lollowing  resolution  was  passed.
Whereas tlle citizens of  British Columbia have recognized    the rights ol
women     to full citizenship,  following
and confirming the action  of Manitoba,  Saskatchewan and Alberta-
Resolved'  That the Women of     the
East     are under a lasting obligation
to    the forward-looking men of those
provinces, that we herel y express our
gratitude and joy iu the    enfranchisement of our sisters there, and ti.at a
copy of this resolution be sent to the
Woman Suffrage Association of Canada In acknowledgment of the
help this enlightened  legislation  is to
us in securing equal rights here.
Cordially yours,
WENONA OSBORNE  1'INKHAM.
There  is a  great  movement  f.    keep
Britishers within the Empire. And a
corresponding movement to keep Germans out of it. Gi oil luck to loth of
them.—MontniC  Evening News.
KOOTENAY  LODGE,  No.   _.
A. ■», mi* A. M.
Regular Meetings are held ta
New Masonic Hall oa the KoartS
Monday in e&<"fc month at I p.m.
Visiting brethren are cordially
welcome.
C. R. SKENE, W. _.
ROBT.   GORDON,   Secretary
SELKIRK  LODGE No.   IJ
I. O. O.  F.
Meeete every  Thursday eveentng la
8elkirk   Hall   at   8 o'clock. Vlalt-
Ing brethern  cordially Invito.
DAVID BABBITT. N.G.
JAMBS MATHIE.  Secretary.
REVELBTOKENURSERIES
CUT FLOWERS  & PLANTS
Phone 050
letter of
Appreciation
167 Tremont Street, Boston.
September 22, 1916.
Mrs. Helen Sturdy, Revelstoke,
My dear Mrs.  Sturdy,:   The     members of the Boston    Equal     Suffrage
Revelstoke Lodge
No. 1<«5
LOYAL  OROKR
OF MOOSE
Meets every second
and Fourth Tuesday
in   Smythe's    Hull.
Visiting Brethren are cordially invited.      ALLAN K. FYKE. Die.
II. L. HAUG, Sec.
DR   T.  HEARD
JENTIST
OVER     IMPERIAL     BANK
E. G. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We s| ecialiee in
MetaHIoC6ili>tirs. Corrugated Roofing, F. rnaco Work and up-
to-Uate Plumbing
Work
Work SI op -('oniiauRht Ave.
REVRL8TOKE      -      -    R.C.
163.76        29.46     11.66       204,88
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
Family Shoe
Outfitters
We aim to tflve maximum
• •ir At minlm-im prHca
DRY  GOODS   DEPARTMENT
MILLINERY
It is not making a sweeping statement to say that all types of
hats are being shown this season, and they ranee in size    from
turban shape  to ridiculously large hats.
While the turban will be sure to meet with  a certain reception,
it is the medium sized hat that is expected     to have the surest
place in this season's styles
Most of these medium sized hats carry very little trimegring and
what trimmings there are are simple and distinctive. Most of the
hats being developed in plushes and beavers and fire felts.    The
trimming is designed to give mere    finishing     touches.     Almost
daily we are adding new models to our showing.
Our Ladies' NEW FALL COATS
AND SUITS are coming along
now. Every week we have some
new styles acd modele. The
wide Flare Skirt on coats, whee-
ther short or long, is the outstanding feature in all suits and
coats this season. Some models, the Modiste S length Coat
especially, beine at lesist 100 inches around the bottom of the
skirt. Just now we have a good
range to select fron, at $16.50
to J25.0O.
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
RAILROAD GAUNTLET.
____Wi
SPECIAL
Made (from soft grade Split Leather,  with a firm stiff cufT.
I'rice 75 cents pair.
NEW BOOTS FOR WOMEN
A few of the newest lasts are nom ..n our shelves. It is to your interest to see them. The popular sh >e for th' present ion is plain
black—the fancy features of the warmer months hav. dropped out, but
mnny beautiful effects aie sr.,..,u in black patent and kid with cloth
tops.
The eight ineh top  is going  well  ,,•,'. promises to be a favorite.
Both  button  end Mice boots aie g    ed with about  an equal percentage
in the showings,
vie nr.' se.ie agenta for the J. &   im Beii Women's Shoes,
Prices $5.00 to S6.00.
GROCERY  AND   CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN  MADE MARMALADE
Try a jar of Exprees at 25c. or
a tin of King Beach at 75c.
Head and Leaf Lettuce, Cauliflower, Celery, Radishes, green
Onions and Parsley.
TRY OUR LARGE PRUNES,
WIIIT_ FIGS AND APRICOTS—
THEY ARE DELICIOUS.
PANCAKE AND SYRUP SEASON
Self Rising Bu.kwheat Flour ln
packages.
Rogers Pure Sugar Syrup, I, i,
10 and 20 pound tins.
Pride of Canada Pure Maple
Syrup, quarts and half gallon
tins.
Crown Brand Corn Syrup, 2 and
5 pound tins.
Lyle's English Syrup, % pound
tins.
Maple Flavored Syrup In quarts
.  und 1 gallon tins.
Premium Hai, Dominion H tn,
Premium Breakfast Bacol, Dominion Breakfast Bacon, Pea Meal
Back Bacon, Back Bacon ond
Cooked eHara.
Guilctto, Jas,, & Brcgolissc, B 765 Add.  B,    N.   I't     larcel
No   2.  1.75 acres. 66.20 11.91
Uulletto, Jas., & Bregolisse, B 765 Add.   B,    Parcels not de
scribed, known as J» E.
fxmg property, 3.6 „:res 132.40       23.83
Sproat, G,  M., Estate of  Parcel in N. J of Sec. 34, Twp. 23,
N. of C.P.R. R. oi Way, 34 nctes.       78.88 11.20
Dated at Revelstoke, B.C.,   September 25th. &.D. 1916. ,
W. A, GORDON,
Collector for the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke.
5.90
9.81
6.50
84.01
166.0*
96.B8 MOB FJCTi
THE   MAIL-HERALD.    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1916.
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
H. Carpenter returned
I
A.
gary
Mr. and Mrs
on Sunday
p, Levesque returned   from ' a'
,:, Wednesday.
ll   Manning .mei     R.   Howson
ti . led ths Malakwa fair.
Mr, Bnd Mrs. T. H. Crump huve ie
turn.-: trom a short    visit    tc
CO.. st.
Only 15 new narr.es were received
bJ the : igistrar of voters. The lists
r, ,sed last  Me .nday.
C. Martin, tellei In the local branch
< I
ir in
MrB   ii. V. Morgan and family have
,    mto    thi  residence on Sixth
formerly  occupied by the Collins ns.
Mrs. Gsorge Knapp in visiting   this
in     town, renewing muny old
,.        atan(,es.     She     is the guest of
Mrs.  Robt.  Howson.
Prank  Hannell,  who left Revelstoke
•with    the     Brst draft from the 54th
Battalion   has been killed    in action.
H.   ivas 1 irmerly connected with
Dominion Express Company.
Howard Cook, son of H. Cook
Revelstoko, has been wounded.
of
Monday will be     Thanksgiving   day
and a public holiday.
A,  McRae made a business trip
Calgary during the week.
to
Dr.  Sutherland  and     W.    B. Farris
returned  on  Monday  from  Victoria.
0. M. Field  returned on Wednesday
night from a trip to Vancouver.
K. G, McRae returned on Thursday
from a business visit to Calgary.
at-     Mrs. W. Lammers of Chase was the     The Citizens'  Corps dance     held in
j guest of Mrs. W. B. Karris during the  the     drill     hall   on  Wednesday night
the
m
...   Canadian Bank   of Commerce,
S ikusp foi   two weeks.
week.
Sgts. Durand and Allan of the
172nd Regiment, Vernon, spent a 'few
lays in town during the week.
A sunflower is on exhibition at the
corner of McKenzie Avenue ami First
Street, n is over eleven feet in height
Only one ease was on the list to
appear before His Honor Judge Morrison in the Supreme Court yesterday
The ease, however, was thrown out
i.v the grand jury.
was the most enjoyable yet.
The following appointments are announced in the current week's Gazette: To be notaries public, Messrs.
lames W. Beattie, of Hudson's Hope;
George Horstead, of Nelson, and Alfred W. McLeod,  of New Westminster.
The tea held last Saturday in
Smythe's Hall under the auspices of
the Ladi.s Altar Society of the Catholic Church was a decided success.
During  the afternoon     Miss    Blanche
I McCarty rendered a vocal solo in her
('lies.   Armstrong,   accompanied     by  most inimitable style to an   obligato
I. G.  Barber   dl     Revelstoke,     ileo.   accompaniment played by Mrs. Black-
Blakely     of     Vancouver     and    D. B.  all and Miss Sheila Dickey. Miss Alice
IConghan, left this morning for a few  Boll, the talented young musician late  danc?' evory item was thoroughly eu
Arthur Johnson Is on a week's holiday to the coast cities.
Mr. Guy Barber returned last night
with a big bag of ducks.
Lieut. Harold Reade arrived inl
town last Wednesday on a week's
leave of absence, He returned Tuesday noon to his battalion at Calgary
Mr. George Ross severed his connection with the customs department
here the end of last week to accept
an advancement in Vernon. Mr, Ross
leaves Revelstoko with much regret
having spent eight pleasant years in
the Capital of Canada's Alps. He left
for Vernon Sunday morning.
The Empress theatre was crowded
to the doors shortly alfter seven
o'clock last evening. The attraction
was Mrs. Frances Lawson Reade's
Juvenile concert, the proceeds of
which go to that very necessary object, the Prisoners of War Fund.
From the opening "Ching-Chang"
chorus, sung by some 25 or more little Japs in costume, to the closing
number,  a strange mystic     Egyptian
No rust can attack the flues because they are so thoroughly aluminized, and they economize nearly every bit
of heat.
WClsr/s
%*/<
Before you invest in a new range let me show you the
Kootenay's sensible ideas for saving time and labor.
HBR
Sold by Bourne Bros., Ltd.
days shooting on the Summer Range.
— Kamloops Standard- Sentinel.
of the Conservatory of Music, Ottawa
joyed     and    encored by the audience.
;ave a piano solo in a
finished manner.
brilliant    and Miss Klaine Robins spoke a patriot-
■ ic poem clearly and well; Miss Lillian
Hayward received a vociferous encore;
The membership committee of     the for her cute little song;     Miss Elena
the
Y.M.C.A. are now busy   getting     the  Gallicano     danced     an invocation to
Donald Blackwood, aged 17, only
mn of ('. D. Blackwood of Nelson,
was fatally shot while getting into a
boat  on  a grouse hunting     trip     at  campaign     matter     inl    readiness to  Spring,     to the music of the Humor-
South   Slocan   Saturday  morning.  He  launch  the biggest    thing yet.     Read  esque. Thhj iittle    fairy was quite be-
 n   lecided to    close    Her was holding the gun in one hand and What the Y.M.C.A. is doing at home I witching and deserved    the     greatest
Prisoners of War  in some  manner a    hammer     caught ;nd     abroad     for the boys in khaki, j Praise. Master    David     Sturdy,     the
Every man in town or on the rail- Harry Lauder announced on the bills,
road should hold a ticket in the lo- (Vas a prime favorite with the audi-
cal V, so as to be'able to carry on ence, singing ''Jean McNeil" Brst and
the work effectively. Our Y has an,in response to an encore sang "Sandy
up-to-date equipment, everything McNab," ;,ud as a second encore
that a man or boy needs, everyone! danced tlio Highland Fling. Miss 01-
treated alike. Do you want the work'' ifle Oasliuto is always a welcome per-
Royal     Highness'i
the 15th of October, and it and discharged the gun.
_ ..... ted that all contributions to     We ^^ ^ requMted to     remind
this fund may be forwarded to     Mrs. ^^ that ^ B   A   Lawl(0n iB
Barnard by that date. I f.till couecyng old rags,     newspapers
.\ pradolini expects to have his and rubbers for the Belgian orphan
shingle mill In operation in about Fund. Any rags should be washed and
two month-. The site chosen is the paper should be securely tied in
across th( Columbia River, in the bundles. Mrs. Lawsom would also ap-
licinity of Begbie Creek. He expects'predate it if lead aud tinfoil were
loy   .bout ten men. I saved     as    this    will be « source of
TRY OUR
Kippered Black Cod
Kippered Salmon
Kippered Herring
As* for SHAMROCK BRANDS
BUTTER, BACON and HAMS
P. Bums CBt, Co. Ltd.
continued   if so, sign your name    on formOT.     She     gave a new song well
the     card to be presented to you by! actcd "A1! Dressed Up and     Nowhere
one of our members througb the mem  to Go-"  :" t''1-' Egyptian dance    were
Ilia \\llt      Ul"    a    eJUUI^e.     ._■_ \   ,, ... |
more revenue for the fund. The school   W"1'  '-'""'"'"ee.  We want to bave,^ Misses     Agnes    McQlven, soloist;.
The death occurred    on.    Saturday, chudren hnve „een flol      noW    and ,t'a share in  the continental campaign, Eileen Lawrence,     Florence    McCarty!
at  st,  Ann's convent in Victoria,    of  „ hopcJ that thcy wU, kcep up     th(J There are ow 200 men     and     hoysj^d °£0thy ^^^^_^*rt
Miss Goldie Fromey,  daughter    of  E.  cood  work,
P   Fromey      MiB8 Fromey had many not yet responded.     Now Is your op
friends in the city and had lived here'    The social event of the   week     was  portunity.
for many  years.  She was educated at the  receptian given   by
week
years   She waB enucui-cu ■>■.  ■  ^    -«     * rB-
t in New Westminster but Hume Friday afterno.n, iu honor of
a short while ago entered St. Ann's Mrs. George Knapp of Kamloops. Aa
convent in Victoria. The cause of her Mrs.     Knapp    was until a few years
.who   are eligible for the Y who have! imitations of Egyptian costume. Miss,
Annie    McLean!    and Miss Agnes McGiven in gipsy dress were also heart-1
ily encored for a very pretty duet.
•!■■
Bth  was typhoid  fever, an epidemic ago  a  popular resident of  Revelstoke
Con
or which bad broken out in the
vent. i
Lieut. G. 11. ... Edwards, of the
Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve, will be in Salmon Arm from
October 10 to 14, inclusive, (or the
pur] .se of securing recruits for the
navy. Lieut. Edwards states tbat ex-
- is unnecessary, the pay is
practically the same ns the
kit and    victuals    free     and
a host   of old friends called  to renew
acquaintance. Mrs. Kr_pp iu u I'harm
crepe assisted Mrs. Hume iu receiving
At the dicing table, which    was prettily decked  with lace doilies,    shaded
candles an'l asters.     Mrs.    Kilpatrick
and      Mrs     Murray   Hume poured tea
and coflee for thi   (irst  hour,  followed
ly  Mrs.   Coming    and     Mrs.      C.    B.
Hume.   Assisting In serving wer.' Mrs,
B.  Martin,  Miss Myrtle Cathcls, Miess
tr-:-   .f service, three years or dura- Marjorie Young. Mrs. Knapp «rtll con-
:    •    if war. The work will consist of tmm, ]„,r vlH,t  IU]U\  Mondaj   .-.
I itr >lling th'
C.E.F.,
liberal
Atlantic and Pacific
oceans, guarding troop and munition
Bhlps, and bunting submarines fas
requisite).
The following extra provincial com-
p miees have been registered     to     do
,.f    the   i ■■ •   ■ • 'he*
b1 Consul for B I iwa, is
r . •    -he pa
per "Pi In     two
I   siness  in    the     Province:     Curlew  ian_-;;aL-es      This   pa]
,ry     Company,   the head office painful condition   ot tl
of which ie at   Curlew,     Washington, pje     ..,     ,   rthy   ,.■ n. and
with provincial head oflice at   Grand chows what    'anada la
am.  Mr. Vi.  B.  Cochrane,  pro-  relief.  It
rincial repi itive;  The Thompson serve
River Placer Gold    Mining  Company, ptions  received  for the
In  Seattle, the pro- Belgian     and     Crenel
iffice ''. be at    Savona.     and the invaded departmer-
•'•    '    Pebr, attorney in British Ool- Tl 'ers ol "1 ■'   are
Thi   Industrial  Fire Insurance  ... ■
nj    '.f Akron. Ohio,     has been  happens Belg
to  tl uisact. business in the trl    te        the
Pr     nee,       has   the Scottish Union    •
ar.d S'atloiel Insuranc anj   tt tbe    n-
•h.     latter in British , eh lng '
a to   be Bt   Victoria nnd the   I'he amount of f -.is
l.'-n' Mr, K   i!   Pemberton • .r. wh.rh
IN FUTURE NO ITEMS WILL    BEI
ACCEPTED  LATER   THAN THUR-
DAY  NIGHT FOR PUBLICATION  IS . .        .   .   ,
Official advice has been received by
telegram, that Lieut. Lane has been
killed in action. The telegram conveys only this simple intimation.
Lieut. Lant left with the 54th Battalion and was for some time at
'n-Tgownof pinV'i...liIn'Tn.i'V.\.rgUt„  'f1™*1''" »nd  Shornclifle,  taking at of War Fund "amounted to"$42." which'
the     lattet    place a special course In was further  increased by $8 from tho
bombing  instruction.    He was trans- sn]c 0f candy by     Miss Hardie
Mn..I  to the ."ith Battalion im   May Miss Mary Paget.
last     and     has    heen in action since _	
then. Prior to taking up military
duty, Mr. Lane was accountant in
thi local branch of the Canadian
Hank e.f Commerce and was regarded
as ,.i officer ..f much promise and
ready for further advancement. He
'■'■ ts illy liked in Revelstoke.
Hia parents reside at Godericb, Ont.
The relief w .rk f,.r    the    Belgian     .,       ...      _ „
;na Bellamy, wife .J   Nor-
and one of tbe best
known social  workers of M ioee Jew,
fterni on at    mc family
residence    Langdon ''rescent, after au ~~"—' "■
:..nes«    extending    over   _ peri »d of pas'  Ed«ar Paulding,     John     Shaw,
• •■ar-   The deceased,     *bo was Ethel  Swanaon, Tom Tapping, Alfred
the Cltj it po] .lar women   Warner, Francis Welle,   Willie Wilson,
I     was     r»spfni>l»!e  i.aura White.
Hit.  M.—Hirst and Second Primer:
' . • .   '.v the
I age     For F:   BCM    oueffln      Ro,,ert   I*«shton,
Ma:".n.>,   Irene McDonell, Ern-
-, ■- Needham, Ivy Sargeant,    Darragh
the   t.uan Wing.
■II.-Ina   Clelland,     Madeline
ter of lrmn   ''""r"'a  Palla,     Violet Field,
Mrard.    Han  Kwotag,     Helenn
Mrs. Reade is to be congratulated'
on the success of this first concert
and the public will look forward with
pleasant anticipation to the next similar affair.
The sum realized for    the Prisoners1
and
BANKHEAD BRIQUETTES BURr
BEST.
Gait Coal for sale. Sibbald & Son.
There's comfort  in  cooking     witb
Coursier's Coal.
Central Honor Roll
(Continued from Paege One)
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
oi Canada,  Limited
Offices, Smelling and Refining Department
TRAIL,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
TRAIL BRAND PIG LEAD, BLUE8TONE AM) SPELTER
^^^^^^^^x^-^y'^s""'
RAWFUfe
to JOHN HALLAM
and r«c«i»e hlghnil citnh prices. Wm rpiiJ
cnonay tb* lime day tha turn aro rei'u.veJ.
Charf a nocommifiHl>nns-"aiid pny all <-lin r_t■».
We hava paid out millions of dollars tu thou-
■fcnds of trapparf In Canada ■■■ t, ■■ ■ ■ tlioir
furs to OlbMUN thcy know thoy ►.■vi •.. \ mr.'
daal.and rMtlva mora mnnej forthfir turs.
You wlll also. We htirmoro furs from liuppsri
for cash than any other tiro firms in Cannda.
pnrp Hallam'iTrapper GuldtxBflpaKcsJ
h n r P lt*|l»rn ■ et.portiin.en a Cataloguo
1 IlLiU   Hallam • Haw Fur QuotAttona
Hallatn't Fur Mtj-I- Muok tSi paffes)
flant free on retjuatt   •    Addrrns an fi>llnw„
JOHN HALLAM Limited
151   Hallam Building,Toronto
NOTICE—BEAN  SUPPER.
The youni; people of tho Methodist
Church will give a Bean Supper in
thc church parlors on Hallowe'en
night, October 31st.
NOTICE.
The rep-.ilnr meeting of the Womea's
Canadian Club will bo held at tho
High school on Monday, 9th imt.
LIQUOR LICENCE ACT"
(Section 48)
SATIRDAVMS   PAPER.
...
EMPRESS   THEATR.
PROGRAM
thia
. ■ i
i   f,  Bell
■
'.!nrv   Mcinnd'r
U
Itei     Mr«.
hon,     Alfred    Petersen,    Alan
Arnold     -"one,      Gwendolyn
iri Whittaker, KoBic Young
At the Y.M.C.A., at 10.30 Monday
morning, Thanksgiving Day, there
will be thi. following sports. Bowling
match: Single vs. Married Men, afternoon at 2.30, Volley Ball game: In-
vincibles vs. Neversweats. Bowling,
alleys will be open till 10 p.m. Gymnasium classes wlll commence on
Tuesday, Octoher 10th. Get your
shoes and gym. suit ready so as not
so miss any of the classes. Gymn.
schedule will be printed in the next
Issue.
WANf  ADVTS.
The   ■
n
.v.-m.-rn ■' te Mra   Bel-
fr "nd« lr. Re-
TODAY aiel  Matinee   The Red Keath-  . Kngland     BS
er production     Autumn,     featuring •■[.,,)■■ a9     hp vnn farrtiurlv known death,       ' ted Mr«. r,.
au.iiTi- "■       '      PleaiBlIf      iChOOl Mottl • •   year
nh11ina.   became   .     -'irnevmnn  memhw	
','.    TypographleSal    union N'o  22ft nt. __^___________-_^_
the  Mnv  meetlnr       He   *„.  ',>,\ltta.tet\
i by his father,    t.he retiring  r,roo\Aont
p a
Per cent.
■
10 90
II
R7.fi4
■io  m
18
M.43
•Ion iv
.0
lfi. 25
-. v.
32
'18.92
Hon  • 1
12)
M 06
n •• n
ll
SH.Bl
MlH Violet Mersereau, with Pail
&■ -i and Lieut. I'eTry Richards,
the man in white. A nv,i\ story of
the N'onhwvpt. Mounted Police, In i
part.-, also comedy.
MONTUY-Danle! Frofiman present* H„ qpr7^ h(t ,r,r,renHe.eBh1p ll
Pauline Frederick in a pieturlzation Da(,y rro'.-lnee chapel Md -rns HO-1
of The Moment Before, hy Israel rpfnT_ tnMnTn rif ,h. Vanewiver
Zsngwtll, in 5 parts. Pauline Fred- caxton Huh. nrpniH/M by L K.
-rick in the stellar role of Madge, a' n^ninon. an old Mm* printer no* of
naughty gipsy girl, eclipses herself Toronto, 1U h„ nr,|llir„,, n r,,rpider-
in this new charactrrir.ation. | nh]„ rPT.,„mtion „      motor r,p1n rM.
TURSDAY—His Majesty Dick Tun>ln
Blue Blood and niael;     Rkln.     Cin-
I Province cbnpel   |nnt  lone  enre-i^h  for
TODNB8DAY-   Tri„ngle .Production,! t„. rhnlrrrnrl   on  ^Mlf of t1w mm.
The Prioe of Power, 5 parts. Triangle     Keystone Comedy, He Did and
He Didn't,     with     Mahel Normand
er. nn Wednesday morning.  Inil  prior
to leaving,  "time"  wns cnllefl In Thn
and  Fattv Achuckle.
THURSDAY—Valentine Grant in   the
I'.-iO'i.t  Lie. 5 partH, .lease M. Lanky  fent.ire.
hern, to make him n preaentatlon of
n wrist wateh nnd <;wagi'er ntlek ITIa
younger brother, Ferhv. n st.enm-
pbovrimftn. wnn Wiled at. the Rogeera
Pn.ip tunnel on Mav 81st, nnd Ma uncle, Fnrl V, Pettlnleee, wns killed
"In action" three rtnvs later —R.O.
Federntlonlst.
Money   Orders
Dominion Bxprem Money "
BTRAM8HIP   111 KB!     VGKNT
INBURANOR
NOTARY cniil.Ki
W. M. HOROBIN
Nkxt   tm   Post   Offi< k
NOTICE
tiWtHQ TO  TIIH HIGH    OOBt
OF tTLOtTR wk are OBLIOBD
TO >\OVANOB THK vi'.vn ok
BREAD Ari i«>L(/>WH'
Hlngla   I.'.nvea,   10  e.erlUi'.
3  for ?5 eetitn-
It for one Dollar.
a   ROBSON.
(I.  W    BELL  ft OO.,  Ltd.
li   GA.LICANO.
F   FITOOO.
FOR SALE—Horse, ride or drive,
Harness; rubber-tyred Buggy and
Banes Cutter; snap; apply Mall-
W.rald or P.O. Box 272.
WANTED-Hmart boy or young man.,
Kxccllent opportunity to learn good
trade. Apply  Mail-Herald.
Notice is hereby given that on the
tenth day oi October next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, for the
transfer of the licence for tho sale ot
liquor by retail in and upon tho premises known as the Halcyon Hot
Springs Hotel, Fltuate at Halcyon,
British Columbia, from William Boyd
to Grant Davis and W. A. Calder ot
Halcyon, B.C.
Dated this 7th day of September,
1916.
WILLIAM BOYD,
Holdcc ot Licence.
GRANT DAVIS,
W. A. CALDER,
Applicants for Transfer.
WANTED—Nursemaid. Apply, evenings, Mrs. P. Cooper, Imperial
Hank.
TO HUNT-On First Street Bant,
first.class Rooming House, with furnace, 1( rooms furnished throughout. Rent $20.00 per month. Apply
N riecond Street Bast, or Sibbald
* Son.
NOTTOR.
Thn W. A. of St. Peter's church
wlll hold a bar.nnr nnd tea, Tuesday
afternoon, Dec. 1'lth, and ln the evening a dance ftt the Scandinavian HaU
NOTICE.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Bt. John's
church will hold a sale Dl work on
Tueeday, Deaeeeml)er t.
NOTTCB.
A public meeting will be held In the
City Hall next Tuesday evening nt 8
o'clock. All women 07er 21 are Invited to ntteend this nreetlng arrfl d_-
russ the new franehlee.
"LIQUOR ACT 1810."
Section 42.
Notice ie hereby given that on the
first day of December next, applica*
tion will be made to the Superin*
tendent of Provincial Police for the
renewal of ,, lleccce for tho sale ol
liquor by wholesale in and upon the
premises known as Lots 1, 8, 9 and N
10 feet of 10, block 98, plan 3, Oity ol
Rovelstoke.
Dated this 4th day of October, 1916«
REVELSTOKE WINK & SPIRIT OO.
LT1., Applicant.
W. B. Robertson, Mnnagor,
AUCTION SALE.
On Friday, October 13th, at B
o'clock, all the Household Goods ot
Mr. Mathews, 32 Second Street, West,
consisting in part as follows: 40
books, 1 bookcase, 1 parlor square, 1
coucb, 2 centre tables, 1 extension
dining table, chairs to match, 1 but*
fct, 1 sewing machine, kitchen range,
heating stove, kitchen table and
chairs, 4 doz. sealers, 1 baby cot, B
baby chairs, 1 baby buggy, 1 baby;
sulklo, 1 baby sleigh with hood, 1
camp bod, 4 cushions, kitchesn utensils, 1 dressmaking model, 1 electric
iron, flat irons, 2 screen doore, t
good double iron beds, pillowa, sheets
blankets, comtrxidee, several good
squaree, pictures, bureaus, curtatHa,
rattan chairs, 3 carpet <aquareM.
Come to the sale. Everything goee.
Terms euh.
H. MANNING, Auctioneer.

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