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PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 17-No. 101
REVELSTOKE, B. C. UECEMBEK 20 1911
$2,50 Per Year
J
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
LIMITED
Cut Glass
8" Berry Howl, - $4 to $10
Bon Bon Dishes, $1.50 up
Water Jugs,     -     6.50 up
Silverware
Cruets, - $1.25 to $4.00
Cake Plates, 4 00 to 0.00
Fern Dishes,   2.50 to   4.00
For the Boys
Skates, - /jets to $5.00
Tool Chests, 35cts to 5.00
Electric Motors, - $2.00 up
Banks,      -      iocts to $2.00
Brass Goods
Candlesticks, 2,5cts to $2.00
Small Kettle, - - 50c
Vases,   from If 2.00'to $4.00
China
Vases, - sscts to $5.00
Cake Plates, 7 5 ets to $3.00
Cups and Saucers, 50c to $5
For the Girls
Gold Watch, - - $7.50
Scissors Sets, $1.50 to $,}
Smooth Irons, - 25c t ■ 75c
Tabic Clock, $1.50 to $4.00
THE CITY STORES
Nowhere in the West Can be Seen a Greater
Display of Choice Christmas Goods than
at our Home Stores.
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Imperial Bank of Canada %
Head Ot+ico- Toronto, Ontario. Vf
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
, Reserve
6 Total Assets,
6,000,000.00
5,996.00^.00
5,996,000.00
572,000,000.00
Brancbea rir Agnuts at nil principul points in L'Hnadft.
Agents in Grvnt Brit.-.iii nnd Onl -I gn i-s—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seat tie Natioual Bank, Shu Frau-
eweo—W.'Un Fargo Nevada National Bauk. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits  of $1 and upward,  rnci ived, ami interest allowed at
O   current rate from date of deposit.   Corretpondeuce solicited.
x     Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Useful Xmas Presents
at Reasonable Prices
\
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
CHRISTMAS SPECIALTIES
Eastern Poultry of All Kinds.
Local Milk Fed Turkeys and Chickens
Olympia and Eastern Oysters
Smelts, Shrimps, Crabs
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
Wholesale and Retail Produce and Meats
Robin Hood Flour Beats Them All
Mrs. II. N. Coursier earriel ofl two lirsl prizes
with KOK1N MOOD FLOUR. The -special prize
we offered and also foi Ihe heel loaf from any
flour. If you wiint g\ od bread ute Robin Hocd-
tht: Hour of quality.
G. W. BELT.
P. O.  Box  208
GROCER & HAKFR
Phono No. 33     J
C. Ii. HUME & CO.
TUe (lepurtuiental establishment ut
C. IJ. Hume & Cu. just uow is un eye
opener tu the average shopper. At
this store Christmus gilts in the various deportments meet the customers
eye at every turu, in the men's furnishing department, the china -department, the pipe umi leather goods
department, while the confectionery
and fruits ure unexcelled. Their
stock of dry goods is huge aud
oveu the must vustidious customer
can he suited. Duu't fail to pay this
big departmental store a visit he-
tore  Christmas.
Mcl'.AK  MERCANTILE  CO.
The McRae Mercantile Cu. this week
is at its hest. At thiB store Xmns
gifts for men and hoys of uli ages
can he had—from the various de-
paetinetits, including meu's aud hoy's
furnishings, at which cun he seen
gulor.' kid gloves, fur lined gloves,
men's ruats of all kinds also buy's
wearing apparel, men's handkerchiefs
uf all kinds, men's knitted scurfs, al
so bath robes. Drop in and sec lur
yutirself.
REID  &  YOUNG.
This store is also highly worthy ut
m-Sntion. In the men's department
everything useful tu the sterner sex.
can bc seen, including tics, suspenders, cull buttons, slippers, kid gloves
tie pins, silk handkerchiefs, etc.,
while in their fur department ladies
furs of all kinds including the fam -
ous Persian Lamb set and the mar
seal set us well ub ladies gloves and
umbrellas. To the hiiBbands who are
louking lor u liaiidsumc gift for their
wives a call ut Iteid and Youngs
would prove udvantageoUB.
Mclennan & co.
This establishment is also well
Blocked this season aud to the Xmus
gift purchaser offers many inducements. Its stock of high grade linen
table cloths and table napkins to
match is unexcelled, while the gloves
and silk wool and chiffon, would be
useful gifts for wife or daughter.
Keep McLennan & Co. iu view on
your rounds  belore Xmas.
LAWRENCE  HARDWARE   Ct).
In the Hardware line the Lawrence
Hardware Co. this week has an ex-
ccptiunally hue display uf cutlery
and cut glass, alsu china and electric goods, while the pottery department is hard to beat. It would not
be a dillicult tusk to buy your wife
or husband a useful und handsome
Christlbas gilt at this reliable establishment. Don't fail to give them
a call.
REVELSTOKE  HARDWARE CU
Although only a few days in their
new premises in the Howson Block
have a large stock of goods on display, where Christmas gifts could
easily be selected and where Manager
Sturdy and his courteous stall of assistants will wait on you. Remem -
ber the Revelstoke Hardware Co., in
the Howson Block.
BOURNE BROS.
This old aud well kuown establish
ment have silverware, cutlery, brass-
ware, cut glass, chiuu uud cooking
uteusils, while everything in the
grocery department is complete, In -
eluding a new and Iresh stock uf
fruitn, peels, nuts, vegetables, potted
meuts iu glass ns well as the Unest
brands oi canned goods, biscuits and
cakes. Keep Bourne Bros, ou your
list when doiug your Xmus shopping
MRS.  A.  G.  CRICK.
At Mrs. A. 0. Crick's establishment
Christmas gifts at reasonable prices
can l>e had. Don't think that you
canuot be suited, but give her a
call at her establishment on First
street.
REVELSTOKE MEAT MARKET
In the meat liue Revelstoke is well
to the Iront with two up-to-date
meat markets. The Revelstoke Meat
Market bus established a w.de repti -
tation for its good meats and cuuul
ly good sorvice. Here Iresh eggs, oysters and turkeys, geese, und all
kinds ot Christmas {owl arc on display. Remember the Revelstoke
Meat Market when buying your Xmas
turkey.
P, BURNS i- COMPANY.
I'. Hums & Co. known oil over tho
\ie-t has not overlooked Uevelstoke.
He hue here a meat market well
•quipped With ments ol all kinds,
while the stock of Christmas fowl is
hurl to bout. Drop In and see for
youreelf
0, w   HELL.
Tin**** reliable grocery curries a large
Hi'"k ol confectioner] and c,i"ceries.
also the famous  Robin  Hood    Hour.
When looking for a Christmas cake
or other delicate eatables, don't forgot Bell's store where a special stock
will  be on display.
F. G. BEWS
The jewelry store of F. li. Bews
has inauy handsome Christmas gifts
in the jewelry line worthy of special
mention is tlie stock ol ladies brooch
es, necklets, bracelets,; diamond rings
silverware and cut glajBs. Don't be
cheap but buy your wife a handsome
gift, a diamond ring or some silverware or cut glass at ' Bews' jewelry
establishment.
JOHN BULL-
t me of the few stores iu Revelstoke
that specializes in men's goods is
John Bull's in the Howsou Block, at
tl.,s store meu's wearing apparel of
ail kinds can be had, also neckwear,
gloves, suit cases and handkerchiefs.
Liiidies attention—when looking for a
Christmas gift for your better half
don't overlook John Bull's store for
he specializes in what you are looking for and his prices arc right.
A. G. DUCK.
Many a handsome and  useful  Xmas
I gilt can bc bud  in un electric  supply
store and A. G. Duck's establishment
1 is no exception to the rule.  Electric
sui plies of all kinds in every    shade
und      color can   be  had  here.   Don't
fail to drop in and inspect the stuck
tor yourself aud you     will have uo
diliiculty iu getting what you want.
HOWSON  a.  COMPANY.
.Nowhere east of Vancouver in B.C.
can the same bc seen us will greet
the customers eye by a visit to R.
Howson & Co.'s furniture emporium.
The stock of elegant and useful lurn-
1 ilitre is great. A handsome present
I for your wife can easily be had trom
a selection from this p ^et -stock of
furniture;
ARMSTRONG  &  COMPANY
The harness establishment of Armstrong & Co..has now a good Btock
of harness goods, also shoes of all
kinds and rubber lootwear. This
liiin is strictly reliable, don't fail
to give them a call before Xmas.
j        McKINNON'S   CIGAR  STORE.
At this store pipes and cigars of
all kinds suitable for Christmas gifts
ran bc had, briar pipes in cases from
fl up, also ash trays and pipe racks.
To oui lady readers who are in search of something iu "this line for their
husbands for Christmas, our advice
is to see this stock first.
REVELSTOKE   WINE & SPIRIT   CO.
This company carries only the best
brands of whiskies and wines, while
their stock of liqueur is unsurpassed
Buy your Christmas li.piers at the
Revelstoko Wine & Spirit Co.
TOURNER &  THORPE.
What will make a more welcome
Christmas gift, for your wife or husband than new photo of yourself, go
to Tourner & Thorpe lor your Xmas
photos. They arc on McKenzie Ave.
D.   GALLICANO.
In fresh groceries, vegetables and
fruit for Christmas, don't forget D.
Galltcuno the grocer on Second St.,
Dear the railway track.
F. B.  WELLS.
lu purchusiug yuur supply of working clothes for the bush before Xmas
remember F. B. Wells specializes in
this line.
H.  W.  EDWARDS.
11. W. Edwards, the. tuxidermist,
Iiuh some excellent Christmas presents in the form of uuimal rugs und
game heads.
T. NEWAL.
A phenomlnal selection ut house
plants and ferns for Christmas can be
RCen at the greenhouse ol T. Newal,
phone 2115. Don't ovorlook him when
you  want flowers.
Mcdonald's  drug   store.
lt would lio a diliiculty tusk to find
a better stocked drug Btore than this
old established business, at tho present time the store is fairly groaning
with Christmas gifts, roal bargains
books of all kinds, childreus toys,
while the new game for boya called
Meccano is a wonder, don't {all to
secure it for your sou.
BKWS'   DRUG   STORK.
This establishment has long ago
earned a reputation (or carrying high
class goods at reasonable prices and
at this festive season the store is at
its best, books of all kinds and fancy goods of every description can bo
area, as well as leather bags, curd
rases nnd In (act nil those useful and
ornamental articles so appreciated by
the lair sex. Give Bews' drug store
a call In making your rounds.
McKINNON  &  SUTHERLAND.
Tins ls a lirst class     establishment
that specializes iu men's and boys
goods. Tltey have a great many
Christmas novelties for the sterner
sex. Such as gowns and smoking
jackets, ties of all kinds and shades,
while they handle the lit reform clo-
thing and Fit-rite shoes. Don't tor-
get to see this line stock of new and
up-to-date gooils when Becking u
Christmas gift for your husband, son
or brother. MeKinnon & Sutherland
First street.
JOHN McINTYRE & SON.
Probably nowhere can a city the
size of Hevelstoke boast of better
groceries. The John Mclutyre and
Son store is one of thc best in the
city. They specialize iu the grocery
line aud just now havo a great ns-*,
sortmeut of shelled walnuts, shelled
almonds and currants and raiscus of
all kinds as well as-all other supplies
absolutely necessary for Christmus.
Hemembcr Mclutyre and Son wheu
buying Xmas groceries.
MANNING'S STORE.
Manning's confectionery aud toy
store is strictly up-to-date in Xmas
novelties. Here can be seen every
conceivable kind of a childrens toy
while the stock of dolls is really bewildering in its immensity. Don't
overlook Manning's when outfitting
for Santa Claus.
A. HOBSON.
This grocery store is no stranger
to Revelstoke citizens. It has worked up a large trude by bundling only
good fresh goods und giving right
weight and measure, while their
prices are lair. A visit to Hobson's
grocery store will convince the Xmas
purchaser that they can easily be
supplied with what they need in the
Christinas cake, Christmas puddings
and mince meat which ihey require.
Be sure and call at A. Hobson's in
making your Christmus grocery purchases.
REVELSTOKE   MUSIC  STORG.
Wiint  would  muke  a better ChriBt-
rans gilt lor your wife or    daughter
than a nice piano or orgun.   Call at
the Revelstoke  Music store  McKeuzie
avenue and select what you want.
SKATING   RINK.
To those parents who have  not as
yet secured a season ticket lor their
children      what     could muke a nicer
Christmas gift than a skating    rink
ticket.   Don't  overlook  this  but  get
busy.
JOHN U3E
In dainty Christmas gifts such as
hand painted cups, saucers, lino Japan and China tea eets, don't overlook this establishment lu the lower
town where also a fine Btock of dry
goods is also on  view.
SMYTHE'S CIGAR STORE.
If you want a fancy pipe, 01 box
of cigars for your husband, brother,
or beau. Don't forget this store,
whose motto is u loir and square
deal to all.
pr
World's t hampionsliip Baseball
At the Edison theatre tonight, Included iu a splendid program, is the
picture showing the world's champ -
iotisbip baseball match between the
Giants and Athletics. This picture
shows the ranie at New York and
Philadelphia. Another good picture
Is the Sergeant by Sely, acted in thc
Yoacmite   Valley,   Cal.
(IE GETTING RESULTS
BE FREIGHT DELAYS
Divisional Freight Apt at Vancouver Investigating Cause ot
L Deiajs at Arrow Lake Points
The question of thc serious delays
In shipments of freight (rom Revel -
stoke to Arrowhead and other points
on Arrow lakes which was recently
taken up Iiy the Board of Trudo and
reported at leugth through the columns ol thc Mail-Herald, appeurs to
bc getting good results. Secretary
Laing of tho Board of Trade, is authority for tho statement ihat the
Divisional Freight Agent ol tue 1' P.
11. ut Vancouver has ulready taken
the matter up uud promises au tm-
medlute Investigation so as to ascertain where tho blame lies lor these
long deluys iu freight shipments to
various Arrow lake points. It is now
pructicully a certainty that this
mutter  will  bo satisfactory adjust rd.
The Board ot Trade did good work
in this connection and It ts subjects
similar to this one that can only bc
handled properly through au organization of this kind. To the Mail-
llcralil also some credit In this connection is due as this paper was tho
only one In the province to publicly
register a kick of the bud trelght
service furnished by the C. P. R. to
Arrowhcnd  points.
II inn be depended upon that tbe
Moll-Herald will not ho found lack -
Ing in registering kicks in anv public
questions that may used remedying.
Christmas
Goods
GOOD VALUES
SILVERWARE
Dainty Sugars and Creams, Nut Bowls, Card Trays,
Pickle and Butter Dishes, Cake Trays, Rogers Bros.
1847 Knives, Forks and Spoons.
CUTLERY
Sheffield Carving Sets in cases two to seven pieces,
Child's Sets, Fish Sets, Pocket Knives. 150 varieties,
Safety Razors, Razor Strops, Scissors in sets, Shaving
Brushes, Skates, etc., etc.
BRASSWARE
Very pretty Vases, Bowls, Candlesticks, etc.
CUT GLASS
New Designs in Fern Dishes, Bowls, Bonbons, Knife
Rests, Salt and Peppers, Tumblers, Sugar and Creams
Decanters, Wine Glasses, etc.
CHINA
* A large assortment of Vases, Plates, Pitchers etc, in
Limoges, Wedgewood and other makes, Tea sets, Dinner sets, Chamber sets, Jardinieres, Teapots. All
these have to be sold before we move into our new
store, and prices are put right down accordingly,
GROCERIES
Our Grocery Department is well stocked with new
season's Fruits, Peels, Nuts, Choice Fruits, Vegetables
Potted Meats in glass, finest brands of Canned Goods,
Huntly & Palmer, Carr, Christie Biscuits and Cakes,
Webb, Frys Cadbui y Chocolales, Nut Bar and splendid line of Candies.
COOKING  UTENSILS
We have a very large stock of Roasters, Bake Pans,
Cake Tins, Jelly Dishes, Saucepans, in fact everything
necessary to get up a Christmae or any other dinner,
and we shall be pleased to have you call at our store
and see all the good things we have to sell.
BOURNE  BROS.
Hardware Dealers     GROCERS     McClary's Stoves
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Xmas Poultry
Place Your Orders for Prime   Fresh
Killed  Turkeys, Geese,  Ducks
and Chickens
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Distributors for Swift's Products
I In.11 Class Meat Purveyors
Phone 251 P. o. Box c
Christmas Jewelry
Now is llir lime lo nuke yur selections ol Ninas Gilts. Having inst
completed mir assortment "I Christmas stock, it is at your disposal. Tlie
pricei ore reasonable, consistent witli Quality,
Wc bave a very select line of Ladles'  Hrooches, Necklets,  Bneelela,
Diamond Kings, Hal Pins, Umbrellas, Hand Bags.
A nice, 'Iran -t<x-'v ot Silverware anil Ont Glass.
We solicil your pattonage ami guarantee satisfaction.
F. G. BEWS,    -   Jeweler and Optician
Storm Doors and Windows
18 VOI-K iiiii sj-: WARM?   Did ron .ver stop to conslda that ■
small outla) 111 Stottn Windows anil Doors tit tills lin I  Mir will
make vour home more comfortable? Von will save tbe coat oi
windows "r doors Installed In the saving that it ■••.ill make in vour
(nei bills, Oet vour ordei In immediately and Kit the full benefit
Vou will never regret il 1..1 ns send om man sronnd and take
the neressarv measurements We will save ron trouble, and vou
will save model In pur-hasing ?r. ni us \\-, manufacture Windows) Doors, Mouldings. Cabinets, rabies, Store snd Ollice Fixtures        1-'      liing of all kinds.
if yni want I.'tne Cement and Plaster oc painl im Inside work,
Kalsoniinr or Brushes, plain and fam v Sheet OlaSS, we have it,
and can gi\e vou the hest prices obtainable in large or small quantities. No order Is too -mall nor no'ordei im large for u» 10
handle.    We   will   glodl)   furnish \i>u with prices on .1111 thing we
Sell or manufacture.
The Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
V. II. Iiii
I'lione No. 2(,l
Ri:vi:i,sTOKi:. 0, 0, WEDNESDAY,  PEC.  20th,  1911.
THE   IM!A-lHi-IIE^■A-ILiy RS"VZKHLBTOKIIE
WHDNE8DAY, UiiC. 20tli,  l'Jll.
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Bri q u e t t e s
BRIQUETTES are now in stuck; Hard Coal expected
about the middle of December. Prices are as
follows:
HARD   COAI,
Broken $10.50 per ton
Egg    10.50 per ton
Stove    10.50 per ton
Briquettes     8.75 per ton
SOFT  COAI.
Wellington      11.00 per ton
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The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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miLISHKli  WEDNESDAY   ANU
BATOBDAi   AT
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
Jntertor pubtlslrtitfl Company,
Limited
j.  K,  JOHNSON, Manager.
RALPH G.  S0BUT0N,  Editor.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Legal notices li' ceuts per line first
insertion, a cents per hue each
subsequent insertion. Measurements Nonparlel (12 lines make
one inch.) Store null general
business annouucgoieuts $2.51) i>et
inch per mouth, rreierreil positions, 2~t per cent, additional.
b.iih.-, Marriages ami Deaths, *5Uc
each insertion.
Land noii*.*es 47.50. All advertisements subject to tbe approval ol
the management. Wanted and
I'onjeuse-d       Advertisements  :   —
HIGH SCHOOL CONCERT
i AND EXERCISES
liparalleled Success—Tbe Edison
Theatre Crowded With Appreciative Audience
Tbo Ellison  tbcutre  was  packed  to
tho doors mi Friday evening last,  by
a    appreciative audience ol    parents, j
ainl Irlends of tbe children, gathered '
to   witness    tbe fifth    annual    hiRh.
school   opening  exercises.   The   whole
ipiogram  was carried  through  without a hitch uud thc    nflair waa     an
unprecedented success.
At 8:15 p.m., the ciii'tuin rose, Miss
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Sit   •'•   •>•  MacKenzie  occupied  the  chair;
nation**! wanted,    Situations    Va-   -.milst  Mr.  Patcrson filled the oner-
caut, Teachers Wanted, Mechanics   uUs position   ol  director  ol     school
Wanted,  25 words or    less,    26c., I cilorUBe8
each     additional     line  10 cents. , ,,.,,.,
lhc opening choruses by the     high
Revelstoke Hardware Co.
LIMITED
Will open in a few days with a
full and complete line of
HARDWARE
Watch this space for
future Adverliseing
HOWSON BLOCK. McKENZIE AVENUE
MEN WHO KNOW
the value of money arc the men who lill our store
these days'. Now, here's the greatest opportunity you
will have in a long while to buy the ytry things you
need now.
Coat Sweaters for $2.00
Men's Pure All Wool Sweaters in plain grey, Khaki,
green, navy, and cardinals -a beautiful coat sweatee,
well worth $3.    Our speeial at $2.00
A Swell Pair of Shoes
Changes it. standing advertisements must be iu by 9 a. ni.
Tuesday and Friday ol each week
to secure good display.
CORRESPONDENCE invited ou matters ol public interest. Com-
mun.cations to Editor must bc
acrompanied
not necessarily lor publication
but as evidence ot good taith
Correspondence should be brie!.
school "O, Canada." and " Viva la
t "tnpagnie," went with a swing
wbich was a lurecastc ot the evening
;11111 brought down the house. Next
followed a piano solo by Miss Alice
11:11, lor which the artiste was loud-
•--  ly applauded.   A vocul solo by    Mr.
by   name ol writer' 1)alph ■LawrenMi rendered In hie us-1
ual finished style, was tollowed by a
piano solo by Miss Hobbs, exccllciit-
.]>■  executed  and    greatly  appreciated
j by thc audience.
Thc oratorial contest now began,
I Alfred Tupping speaking on tbe Ca-
' uadian Naval Question, which suh-
: j.:ct was cleverly and lully     bandied.
. ,   .  ; M.ss (1.   Urquhart   charmed  her  list-
ncrs with a speech on    "The Marvel
During   the  past  week  several  com-   ,,(  Vancouver."  Fred Fraser ably o
plaints have reached thc Moil-Herald   pounded "Thc Awakening ol China.'
regarding  th-?  bad  manners display -
ed by schoolboys of Revelstoke when
.  -. rning  home Irom  school.
On one occasion several ladies were   yri)   [,,.„,    piano solo   by  M.ss     l>.
ialled   on    First   stree   weet   ol   MeCarter, all ol which nrtist**s bring
th«  ; ,sl   office,  and  tbe  guilty   boys   loudly applauded.
A smart, snappy shoe for men who like "something different." Built on a stylish but comfortable last ol gun
metal Blucher cut $5.00
-^•"*J;'-t.~  -*
Suspenders
.Men's Silk Wel.il) sus-
penJers with feather
edge and leather uhii-
mings, all plain shades
■50c.
Suspenders   in    pretty
novelty   effects,   separately boxed
$1.00 and 1.50
Neckwear
WEDNESDAY,  DEC.  20th,   1911,
; ml Miss I,. Moran vividly portrayed
"Early nays In British Columbia."
T'te program continued with a piano
"lo   by   Miss   Lawson.   voCal   Solo   l)J
remonstrated     with, answered
, .. inguage, whilst ou an-
utbei  occnsii u a similar case uccurr-
..   -■ . post  office.
„.  ,,  good  thing  .1  par ■     _
,..-.     and   others  In authority  over   „, ,nta ■„ adentlfli
tbi   youth  "f  the city   would       warn   <t  tii-ult  subject,    by
The pupils of the high Bchool  then
again took the platform;     "Federal
Ism   iu      Camilla   and   the   United
States"      was      ably    dealt   w t
Harold Gordon, The Panama Canal"
by Miss K.  Btmonds,  "New  D
a vei
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Armlets
Beautiful Silk Armlets
wiih gill buckle', neatly packed in h 0 I Iy
boxes
25c, 35c. 75c
The famous Mitchell
"s'idj ease" Necklies
in hundreds ol fancy
novel effects, eaeh 7^0.
A whole case of four-
in-hand neckties in
fancy weaves, diagonal
and Rom in stripes,
50c.
CANADA BORROWING TOG MUCH
Declares British Expertse-CIfl.
Issue a Fiasco
London, Dec. 18—The Observer, referring to what it describes as the
Canadian Northern Ontario l,oun
fiasco, says',"Cunuda as a whole and
not merely its government has been
over-borrowing. Values iu lands and
most other things are intlated. Wc are
glad to sec there is a growing spirit
ol caution. Some municipalities have
shown something akin to bolting bs-
yond all the bounds of caution."
In connection with the above it is
interesting to note that a prominent
London liuanci*er, D.D. Coath, iiolds a
similar view. As quoted in a speciil
cable to tho Winnipeg Free Tress, ho
says:
"Having recently made an extensive tour ol western Canada, permit
me to sny tho Dominion generally is
not receiving as much benefit as it,
might from the huge expenditure on
railroad building now going o' . tor
instance west of Knmloops.
"All along the Thompson and f ras
r rivers, about 200 miles In the most
dillicult country, entailing much tcn-
ncliiig and rock cutting, the C nnad-
iau Northern has thousands ol men
employed making a new line, separated only by thc river from Ihe. existing Canadian Pacilic.
"it .is surprising that iust-oad of
"It is surprising thnt instead ot
expending time and money in duplicating such a costly and unreiiiimer-
atic section, the existing line v/as
not made use of by obtaining 11:11-
ning powers as is usually done In
such caBes in England, and thc capital applied to making much cheaper
and more remunerative lines for
which there are ample scope elsewhere.
"The Canadian Northern could have
got desired access to Vancouver
much more cheaply by running powers as suggested over thc existing
railway track. As it Is, thc money
expended on duplicating thc section
referred to will bring no benefit to
anyone. Healthy rivalry no doubt is
a good thing to encourage, but
ought to bc tempered with common
sense."
Revelstoke Skating Rink
Frank W. Hopkins, Manager.
Ladies single tickets        -           - $4.00
Family ticket, not lo exceed 5 members 15.00
Gentlemen's single ticket       -           - 6.00
Children's single ticket    -           - 3.00
Secure Ticcket Early and Have a Full Season's Skating
There's No Place Like Home
At Christmas
DON'T FORGET TO MAKE IT LOOK LIKE HOME
1 have  just received a large   assortment of   the latest
designs in electrical fixtures direct from the Factories.
Exceptionally Low Prices Quoted for Cash
inclusive of Lamps, Shades and installing for
Christmas Only.
I will be open every night during the week and customers
ure requested to make selections early to be sure of having
them installed before Christmas.
All kinds of repairs undertaken at any hour of the day or
night.
A. G. DUCK,   - Electrical Store
MACKENZIE AVENUE
Day Phone-284 - Night Phone, 40
.  .. .....  against    such  conduct,   „„d    "The Wonders   -!    the
.,„!,,,,.,„   is calculated to   were  excellent^   described     >■*     Mies
leserved  disgrace  upon    tbe  r,  Procunier
Che ch Idren ol the city. The
ho   registered   theae      rom-
. *-..-.; the editor to draw
;  ■    Bame    ti   the hope
the wis   m.gbt prove
thus   avoid      more
-•■ , -   being  taken  t
liSanCe.
....  -.•   i,.,;    .:.   America   many   chll-
\-ter the interval there lollowi
vocal duett  by  Miss  Lawson and  Mr
Lawrence, and a  well executed piano
s..lo by Miss R. Sibbald.
The orators ol  tiie high  -
nill claimeil   attention,   Miss   M    BMeld
*.ke on  "Our New People'     Henr
Johnson .mi  "The Indiana of B   C",
and  Miss  I..   Brock,  "The Conserve
tion nl 'lur    Forests"     Kach   -
Handkerchiefs
25 dozen Excelda handkerchiefs to choose from
in     plain    and     fam'.
eflects    2 ;* ir    -.
tifiil plai
■ icis
50c. and 75c. Each
Gloves
Men'-- Black RingwooJ
gloves. Speeial prpr.,Soc.
Beautiful    silk     lined
Mocha   tiloves,     very
neat and  sajviceable
per pair
$2.M
Suit Cases
Holiday season brings
i*> mind travelling
go ds. We pride our-
m-'\ es i'n our show ing
oi club bags, suit cases
, ases and trunks.
inablv  priced.
FURNITURE
I
ET 1 x decide what
^  bim."
The _ re alwa) s  use
ful,    ft ■ ■■■   i  . appreciated   are
i ivei our goods
legant thii .
JOHN BILL
Cash  Outfitters  tor  Men   Who   Know
med to death  Mng deal   with in a manner worthy
.,„,,,„ irom     Christmas  ■' the highest praise
•-   ind other decorative
and   -'.nn- o!  the   most .*•!
ha ve l
at thi    :■  ' * ion  ol  thi   year
'.   . ' t,   .I'.flan,.!' le      '':•''* : ■:,**-      aid
thi   starting an * •■',-*
bres.     and   a neat I]
in* Involved  with  ,;*'-  mosl
\n artistically rendered piano solo
.  Miss Corson and n     violin     solo
iccompanlment  by  the
irehestra,     loudly encored
* iiiL-b   Hi" program to a close
ludge   *-f the   orati
i   *'   •      ti   :• liberating, the pres
■■■ medal    won a!   the     de-
■   ■ .*,,*.i   style,   played
; let     bj Miss   Lawson     and '
Ml     l..i '.ri-lli-i*
In   fanncltlffton we   ui'isT   -peak     il
the ae i   eai ire il u.i* evening's   en
••*[',, nment     thi tests
Tbe whole sith
PICTURES THAT MOVE
At the Star Theatre
WEDNESDAY
,  _.„„,!,„., -.i-milts    l rl laminations   took place.
,i,.-„--tf*.- and heart  rending results.
-.„r,it.     tberefoi.'    i ■ '   ■  id*nts  I eing    M ■
v     ,   .,   this ..piiiriunlty     i.ierinii.
,      u*  ..rnlne to out ''■' ' "   '    ''   '"    K'1"1' abrahamson
,,   t.inely   .laruint   io   oui
lul olflre, and  hj    n   ' ts      ** M I Porte.    Tan
dbillty  "f     our..      Patrick, and  Master Leon Cour-
■
■ ■.    eing thi      <mi  **■ any ol  those *
Xmas  holiday     horrors   -'••-''     •»'    Vfter  tl
THUKSDAY
which     at*'      ^■r-'>r  ""' '    followed   «
i uuii'iii)     ......v,..-, ......    t    ten!       being ovenly  matched,
ure to take place ,1111'*.-*M tins piii.ni
mmm^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   I
,   "             ,                 ,,,.h'   prlSM of  "   I'ii   dollar gold   piece
Tttkc all reasonable precautions ag            ■ *
»im,  .nil cm''   •"»  ''>' r,r-  Mcljean,  Miss     Kate
., nmi   Ores   tl      ^mas    time »'"i >"" ,
,ifctim,  o,  „„,-i*' inmoiids won      .be  second   prUe,
MM*.
Willi
will   save  y.Mirsil!   s
!**ss  t carets.
$10 Given Away Atthe Etlison
The management ol thr ltdlson tbe
atre, commencing tonight (Wednes
day i will give a way 11 coupon with
each ticket purchased nt their miiv -
mi: picture show every night until
Saturday, D e, Mrd, On the nighl. of
Dec i'lrd a drawing will take place
nt the theatre when the lucky bolder
nl -ibr winning coupon will he given
an unlet lor (to worth of goods on; u accompanied the ichool chorum^
ut.v business etprc Id the citv. and Mr, 0. n. Lawrence; while    Mr
ree bound copies ol tbe poets, do*
Hated      by     Mr.   JT. litM-e, anil  In  the
ii.   a    contest the first pii7^, a gold
in-diii, given by Mr. II. v Oonrrter,
mm carried nit hy i,  Coursler. and
the second, ,i flve dollar gold   piece,
donated      by  Mr.  I.'f'n:n   was    won
by  Krrd  KniHer.
The closing chorus, "On the     Old
Oolumbia   Strand,"   brought   tbe   and
icncc     to   iheir  feet, and  thc curtain
fell after the    most successful exer-
clses iii the biMtory ol tho hii;h school
Mihs I.aWBon,  ns ptanlpt, charming'
the abH by the youthful or-
ators •   '*-   ihke   IVs 'eel
H.ife in saj bai
in  ten could  acquit  Umaell one half
girls   :
did and ...   three  leading
boys   l.coii  Coursier,   Hai old  * lordon
and   Ki oil      Fri mit      wlmm   we   fOUld • ,
buck i" wm against  anj ool   M        '    ,
boy  In   the  provlnee    Great     credii                                                    . Mpr
la due Miss MacKensle who lias t\
ed no pains In developing this latent   ,,., , ,....,   ,„,, .„,,.,.„ ,	
ability      in   her   pupils.    We   have      a nimtli
biL'b   chool to be urond ol, and the  ,..t    ,., .iu
students me  receiving  .i ■ -
publ i   speaking that will  he ol Ine*    Vn i     Igii *!  !
iiiiuiiitc 'ii'iieiii  to them in after Hfe,jBil] n coiiierl
and enable them to take the pinee *,,   now ii,m.kii|. p,    , ,n   |    ,,,,,
public life tbey    are otherwlM fitted j ,
for.    We  hope   to nee  our   high   Mbool
|ni;|ke   llie   oratory   Contest   ail  annual1
Hotel Arrivals
UNION HOTHL.
Arrivals     week     ending  Thursday,
December llth, 1911:
Dec. Slh. tlust Fasis, M. J. Butler,
N.  McEachern, A. Griggs, S. Bylver-
ton, Harry  Ballon,  S,  MeKinnon,  J.
11.   I.tindy,   A.   II.   Multon.    Dec.  i)th,
M.  Buturorc,  M.  Bistorie,   S.  Rows,
1 K. Bernston, S. Fabby, W. CairnB, A.
L.  BoutrgS, M.  Mikamy, S. Soles, F.
Sullivan,  H.   Rallos,  h.   Dubber.    B.
K.  Tromcy,  K.  K.  Svamuns,    R.    L.
Joseph.   Dec.  10th, Mr. and Mrs.  Ar-
bcnii,     M.  W.  Arbcan,     M.  Butorac.
Dec.  llth, M.   Butorac,   S.  Fabbie,  1).
Caldwell,  W.  Bolus,  A.  S. Woods,  R.
W.   Ilruhn.   Dccf 12th.     Tom  Walker,
M,  Butorac, A.  I).  McNeil,  M. Brock,
W,   A.   Moore,   W.  Bolus,   ('.   J.   Rose,
(1.  Murray.   Dec.      1.1th,  M.  Butorac,
I.. Moeln, Ed.  Hofto,     A. D. McNeil,
('.  11.  Paul,  P.  J.  Melson, W.  Brock,
(1.   Miller,   J.   C.   Kohne.S.   Plumont,
II.   M.   Smiley.   0.   Mileses.      Dec.   14,
.1. r. Kohne, fl. Miller, F. Dunwort,
A.   II.  McNeil,  A.   I'orlmid,    C.      H.
Paul,  W.  Willie.  Wm.   Stewart.
KING  BDWARD HOTEL
Week ending December 19th, 1911,
Friday,  .1.  S.  McCnmeron,  J.  Sued
elon,  John  Shaw,  R.  Rowe,  H. Tyo, ■
II.   A.   Murray,   N.   B.   Smith,      Wm. I
(rnnstou, A.   J.  Kinnear, F.F.  Dowl-
Ing, R.  Shields,  J.  Wheeler,      Saturday,  H.  Cremers,  Mrs.  Lawson,  Jas.
I,ion,   T.  Pappus,  T.  Taylor,   P.   LUt-
gls,   Sunday,   M.   Kalop,  W.  Loftus,
J, A. Callaghan, J. W. (ioetz. Walter
K.   flay,     K.   J,   Patch,  A.   Conquer.
Monday,     C,   M.   Grlssom.     Tuemliiy.
«;.  li.  McKay    Jas, Phall, C. Taylor,
Sid  l.i'aiy. Mims  Nettle  June, U. Mun
day.  Mr.  and  Mrs,  Hill,  R. P. Pettl-
pleoe, T. a. Hill, A, McBalman, wile
and child,   Wednesday, P.  R,  Ansley,
ll.   |{    At nob],  Calvin Moore nnd  wife
Kdith   McKIdd,   Kdith   Sanderson,   ('.
l    McKay,  w.  Grlove,  A.  Kay,     J.
Bcverldge    Thursdai ,      C.    A.  Doris
and witi■  C. Campbell, P. w. Mooney
D. C   Watei, C.   K. Ayrc,  Mr. and Mrs
* blgglng,    I    Mllner,   N.   Morris.
I        Richardson, Vancouver; W.F.
JUHSOD     Malakwa,   Cf   II.   Nipps,   Sal-
'  "    mon    Una;   I.    Leask.   Cranbrook;   K.
Kelson;   M.    Butord,   Nelson;
"•"!>    B    !■■   Graham,  Comaplix;     (leo.  A.
Graham,      'otnaplix,    J.   Thushmnn,
Vancouver;     D, K. Cbotham, Mepwa
and   Wlte, Vermillion,  Alta.;
'i    Gudon,     Medicine    Hat;    J. H.
Hi.I.,   Mediiine Hal.  T    A    Kohinsfin I
Toronto;   P    Mulrse,   Vernon;     Miss
i ih d, Arrowhead; c. luKiabam, Van-
' .i*i        Miss  Ingraham,   Vancouver;
W 11. Myers, Vancouver; A. H. Mc-
ii maid, arrowhead; H C tliper,
Arrowhead; N. C Murray, Calgary;
(;. SimmondM, Regina; P. Williams,
Brandon; V, A. Richardson, Oak
Lake;    11     Norseefl, tmk Lake; Ham
I.    Hi y.t'it,   v iincotiver
I
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before  purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
WOOD FOR SALE
12-inch and 16-inch lengths
Furnished House on 3rd st. To Rent, $20 a Month
Apply" for particulars to thc undersigned
I'lll IN !•  21b
W. B. ROBERTSON
Office on Second Street, next to Cummings Transfer Office.
FRIDAY
iiflair.
        )■ ——
Dr. dc Van* Female Plllf
Bai k i" > re
'I'lll*   III Iinil   *   Colli
i Noi i'p Bi i
I |f|   llllll     on
' I' f i'i' I
d an .
vv i  tern tlraini
ilt,in,;
HII*   ll
i .iii* ih
A irl*.*,ti|# Ktflll Ii remilNltll ,nopi lull,     Tlir**-!
pitta nrt tsceedlDglv pnweitid In regiitntlna H*i
nt it.itttiif. portion Ml llu- Irmuli* .viirin-   Hi-fu.n
all iln-ip liiiitnli-inv   (Ir. il* Van's .-nr «    lal    NOTIOB    Hail
• '...*.*, nn*.*-1 ,Kn.   M.viM im >i,*.'*.!!'-.. j^tm^^mm
'lbs Scobtll Urn» tn., 81. tstUnrlnet, Out.      tomhlllgS.—Apply   Mrs.   Hanson
And Still  They Go!
PLAYER PIANOS!     PLAYER PIANOS!
Several Sccontl-llaml Pianos good as new.
Special line ol small goods (or Xnus.
A lasting presenl is a musical instrument.
Ask us Ior any musical instrument in the world ami we can gel it.
Revelstoke Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
J. Bingham, Prop.
coal:      coal:
The best all-round Coal on  the Market is the Famous
Lethbridge Coal:
Now that the strike is over this Coal can be supplied by
S. (;. R< )1 n {INS.  - FIRST STREET
PHONE 60
Work       mad"     fi mil
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Hunclling Pianos a  Specially
I Phone 42  -   Night Phone 85
Storm Doors and Windows
is vot'R HOU8B WARM?   liid you ever stop to consider that a
small online in Storm Windows and Doors at tbis time ol year will
itinki' vour home more com tor table? Vou will save the cost ol
windows oi doors installed in tbe saving thnt il will make in your
fuel bills. Get your order in Immediately and net lhe lull benefit
Vou will never regret It. I.el us scud our man around and take
the uccessarv m< :isuretiieiils Wcwill save yon trouble, and you
will save money by purchasing irom us. we manufacture Windows, Doors, Mouldings, Cabinets, Tables, Store and Office l'ix-
tures 1'      liini; ol aU kinds.
If you want Idme f'eniellt and Plaster or paint lor inside work,
Kalsomine or Brushes] plain and lanry sheet Glass, we have it,
and can ni\e you the best prices obtainable in iHrfje or small (pinli-
titics.    Nn order is too  small   nor  no order too   lar^e  lor   us   to
handle.   We will nladl>   furnish }ou with prices on anything we
Sell or manufacture.
The Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
P, O. ""* -'c^
Phone Xo   261
REVELSTOKE, ". 0 WEDNESDAY,   DEC.   20th,   1911.
THE Ifc/EAJIL-IBIEIIR-A-IIIID, EEVEILSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, DEO.  20th,  1911.
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIB EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manaqer
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its large number of branches, agents and correspondents, The
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS
A230
Cheques and drafts on all countries of tbe world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at Tbe Canadian Rank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH-F   M. GIBSON. MGR
Our Doctors Anli=Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a long felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of thc famous l'cne-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
■oot and Shoe Repairers,
Snililleis
Harness Makers
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED./. 855
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund    - -    $4 600,000
Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN8ACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
Smokers' Supplies for Xmas
The uld reliable now lias the larnt'^t and best line ot Smokers'
Supplies ever in the City, nnd onr prices nre right. Fifty brands
ot cigars to choose (rom. Trice from $1.00 per box up; not nimlc
frsm scrap cither.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Our siock   of   Calabash   Pipes  is  small  on  account  of  the
crop being a lailure ihis year ami quality poor.
Briar 1'ipes in cases from $1.00 up.
Ask for the famous 11. B. B. brsiid. Every pipe is guaranteed.
Cigar anil Cignretie Holders, ('."-.es and Lighters, Pouches,
Ash Trays and Pipe Backs. Tell us what you want nnd wc will
suit vou. II you cannot call, phone .;7 ami goods will be sent to
yonr home for approval.    Buy early while-stock is complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, ho will
tell you that the whiskeys we aro
selling are the best. Call and be
i onvinced. No household should
be without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Khlskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, -gunrantead
80 yeais old or Blaokberry Brandy,
for Medicinal purposes. Our slock
of choice Wines and Liquois of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold hy all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importer* and Dealer* In Pur* Mine*, Liquor*, Cigar* and Cigarettes
____
TIME   AND    TIDE
Wait for no man or woman. Don't get
LEFT
GET YOUR XMAS PHOTOS
NOW
TOURNER   &   THORPE
McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke
>
Fresh Groceries, Vegetables and Fruit
Order now your winter's supply
Best on the Market
D. GALLICANO, 2nd Street, Near Railroad Track
\ %*%***«**%**'%/'--»« %^%^%%'%%*%^«V»V» %■%/%%/*% 1
MY TRIP TO FRISCO
t
A Story of   Life  and Adventure by the
$ Sad Sea Waves
(Continued Krom Last Issue)
San Francisco is a creat town,
und the Kiiscuns, or the Friskey ones
us they could be more correctly named, certainly know it. Likewise are
uot above telling people all about
their greutnesB, and especially when
they can get hold ot uu uneophisti -
luted stranger within their gates!
In this respect they resemble thc
boosters of  Vancouver and Scuttle.
San Francisco is the most striking
example ot a city making a good
Btart along the tight road, nnd subsequently going astray, that it has
ever been my good fortune to en -
counter ln my travels round the
world of cltydom, it provides the
classical illustration ot thut old
maxim, "Truin a youth up in the
wuy he should go, and when lie gets
old he will GO IT." Foiled by the
baffling fog. which perpetually hang
around the entrance to the noble
harbor, Drake nnd his Swashbucklers
passed by thc entrance on their lirst
trip round the world, and it remaiu-
ed lor thc Franciscan Fathers, a
pious #nd God fearing crew, to penetrate iuto the anchorage, aud discover the hilly site ol San Fruuoisco
Town, Thus Frisco sturted out
right, but alus it (ell upon evil days
the wild oats sowed nt this international stopping place, by successive
generations of suuey sailormen, grew
up into a tempestuous crop, and the
only evidences left to this later day,
of the earlier piety of the place, are
the huge stone crosses which grace
the hill tops, und the old Mission
Gardens, for the modern Frisco, even
us the Frisco lie-lore the tire, is the
gayest town on the continent, the
Paris of America, run wide open In
every Bense of the word, for seven
days iu the week and fitty-two weeks
in the year. The heavens that once
resounded with thc strains of tho
pious fathers, now echo with the
i;nliiul.*: of revelry by night as well as
by day, risiug, u confused babel of
songs-in many tongues, from the
glittering dance halls and amusement
pulaces centering on the Barbnry
Coast.
The stranger in Frisco, is not long
in discovering that tbere are throe
outstanding features in the life ol
the place. The lirst is the great
eartliiiuake and lire in IHUB, the second is the Barbnry Coast, and the
third is the forthcoming Panama
i'acilic World's Exhibition of 1915.
It was not my privilege to be present at tbe great disaster, and I can
therefore speak only as an ear witness. In my opiuion, a great deal of
sympathy hns been wasted upon Sail
Francisco, and a lot ol hot air expended in glorifying the pluck of the
people of that city for their rebuilding after the lire. As a matter of
cold blooded fact thanks to tlie conservative policy and gigantic reserve
funds of the old established British
Fire Insurance offices, who were prac
ticnlly tbe only otli'-es to pay their
losses in lull, the business men of
Frisco, right utter the lire, found
themselves in possession ot more
rendy cash than was ever possessed
by any town iu tbe history of the
States. A great portion of the risks
bud been curried by British Houses,
und millions ol European gold, pour
ed into the city. It wus this money
which enabled tbe miracles ol re
building to be worked, and like the
l'liocnix, a new and greater city roee
ae il by magic, trom the ashes ol the
old  town   .
Thanks to u policy of judicious silence on the part of thc newspapers,
and thc inhabitants, enormous portions of tbc losses actually suffered
through the quake, were throwu upon the shoulders of tbc insurunco com
punies. Thc deuth roll wus placed
at approximately I2B. as a matter of
truth, owing to thc tact tbat the
lown wus built upon tilled In ground
where no foundutiuns for buildings
could be secured, most of the build -
ings collapsed inwards, and the actual loss of life was very heavy.
Spectators of tlie subsequent ruins
declare that for weeks after thc disaster, it was almost impossible to
work among the dehns. owing to tbe
stench from thc dead bodies of humans and animals buried in the ruins
Iu a city like Frisco, with a huge
alien and transient population, the
unidentified dead would be uncounted
and unsung, and the real number ol
lives lost must have been away up
in tbe  thousands.
Tho disinterested spectator, watching tbe building of the new steel
structures of the renovated city, upon satnl and soil foundations, will be
sceptical of the ollicial llgures of the
past disaster, and will hesitate to
accept the rosy statements as to the
Stability uf the town It ever revisited by u similar quake, During the
Hi iw ■'( Ilritifih Cold, the unions held I
Frisco In a grip ot iron; even the
beggars on the streets were organized, ami while ibev did lint refuse to
accept aim* lii'iu scab*, thev took
Step* to bar OUt nil new uu'iiibi'i. by
means ot an enormous initiation fee.
Then  came thc fnniouB Burns     dis
closures, and the downfall of Union
' Labor Mayor "Schmidt." But lo
clean Frisco up completely, would result in stopping th? Income of easy
money whicli is one of thoir principle assets, nnd this is too much ol
a mouthful, even for thc so called reform administrations. Hence, ul-
though the coarser elements arc not
so prominent as in thc previous duys
yet tbc wide open policy is adhered
to by the present regime. In every
wealthy country like the United States there is u certain proportion ol
thc population with too much money, and Imbubcd with sportiug proclivities, whicli later tbey ure determined to gratify bcedlcBB of cost or
results. Under the open town policy
Frisco has become thc Mecca lor all
these rag time sporting pilgrims and
from the cutirc continent they flock
to the Golden Gate. It has been
estimated that during the seuson
ten thousand transients daily puss
into tbc town, many of them to full
hopelessly by the wayside iu Frisco,
whilst others paB» on to thc pleasure,
zone of Southern California.
All night long thc glittering gold
pusses to and fro, but mostly to,
over thc counters ot the resortB centering round the Barbnry Coast. The
dance halls of Frisco arc famous
throughout the American continent,
and are frequented alike by thc wicked and the just; the former presumably in search ol pleasure, the latter
merely looking on nnd familiarising
thi mselves with those terrible nlaces,
to subsequently have tbe satisfaction
of smacking their lips with disgust,
whilst warning their untravclled acquaintances aud the youths of the
New England villages ngainst the
wickedness aud temptations of the
Wild and Woolly West. Good Americans go to Frisco lor the Sama reasons that the I'urltauB of Britain go
to PnriB; each and all coutribute
their full quota to tbe bulging pock-
ets of the masters of the under world
in this respect the net (alls alike
upon thc just aud upon thc unjust.
Whether you are sight seeing or
frisking, the drinks cost you just
the same on the balcony of the Belle
O'Union, the Alahambra or the Midway, aud lemonades are no cheaper
than beers or whiskeys. It the so
culled good government party really
wish to close down Frisco, all they
have to do is to perform their part
by keeping away from the coast, and
instead of spending their money there
invest the same in some good Temperance Society. Alas, they continue
to prefer to vote liood Government
by day, whilst they patronise the
Coast at night, doubtless to the
great peace of the their consciences,
nnd certainly to the vast profit ol
the underworld of tho Coast. A very
curious instance ol this cross argil -
meat occurred during my visit. Some
light toed person with a genius for
contortion, invented a new dance
known as the "Texas Tommy" it be-
cumc all the rage in tbe dance balls,
and thc favorites ol tbe floors performed thc sume nightly before thotis
nnds of their admirers to tbe strains
of rag time, beneath thc glaring
lights. This went on for months,
and after the good people ol Frisco
had all thoroughly and personally in
vestlgated, n movement was com-
meiued to bar the. famous dance, as
an immoral exhibition. Tho "Morality squad" visited the halls, not
once, but Bevcral times, to gather
evidence upon thc subject; tbey watched at close quarters the sinuousi -
ties of Tomy, aud declared thc Texas
Itng to bc an obnoxious and dangerous amusement. So there arc two
parties in Frisco, the reformers, who
having seen the famous dunce arc
now in favor of bnuuing same trom
the floors, and thc new comers who
arc still unsntiated with Teins Tommy. Six months trom now, when
thc dance is worn out, the matter
will come up before the City Fathers
Maybe Tommy will disappear lorevcr
but by that time, some other equally interesting exhibit will have taken the spot light on the floors, and
no one will miss him.
(To bc Continued.)
I weak and innocent suffer more    than
tho strong  and  guilty,  woundod  men
aro buried alive and prisoners starve
to death because no oue has time to
bother     about the    "living", all nre
too busy killing other     people     and
getting their hands on the loot. The
smoke  of      burning    homesteads  ascends to  heaven,  justice  is forgotten
1 whilst     a    drum-head  court martial
takes the pluoc of the "civil court."
Savings ot yearB vanish  in  a  single
day,  commercial  nations  waste their
substance  in    murdering  their      own
I best   customers;   Christian   communi-
, ties fall down and worship the most
. ignoble  ol  human  paBBioiiB.   War    is
inevitable,  and  all  this  is inevitable
j in  war,  hence it is surprising     that
i thc reading public should pe even In-
I tcrested in thc stories ot     massacres
I iu  Tripoli.   War   is  amassacrc   any -
; way,     and it  would indeed  bc news,
I not thnt the massacres arc occurring
I but that anyone should    ever     have
been  so ignorant ns to imagine the
contrary.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
^mm—m—mmm OPEN NIGHT AND DAY
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C. BATCHELOR,       -       Manager.
Much nonsencc has licen appearing
in thc world press, regarding the
atrocities committed on both sides,
by tbe combatants during thc present war in North Africa.
A lot of this "cackle trom the
front" obviously emanateH from thc
pencil* ol weary correspondents, who
denied by the censor the privilege of
telegraphing war item*, arc endeavoring to earn their salaries by writing home accounts of bloodcurdling
massacres, by Turk or Italian. What
do the public expect to happen in a
war, but bloodshed and massacres.
The deadly game of killing your opponents is not exactly carried out on
pink tea party lines and lighting at
the front, as thecdrtor is well awnra
is u very different job from ittlng
a table drawing up rules at a Hague
Convention. Massacres take place In
all wars; when tbc sword is drawn
in any country, hell breaks loose; the
Moving  pictures ut the Kdison to
night.
Moving pictures at thc Kdison theatre  tonight.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
line Iwo or four seat Ford Runabout,
Motor anil chassis in first class order,
leather upholstery almost as good as
new. Wants possibly $1110 spent on it
fur new water cooler and a tyre or two
then the machine would bc as good as
new. Will take $200 cash for it here,
with lumps, pumps and lubricating oil.
If you want a machine don't miss Ihis
snap.    Address
B. li. DREW,
Camborne, U. C.
Fresh Milk For Sale
ALSO
CLEAR, DRY CEDAR WOOD
APPLY
Box 691, - Revelstoke
MISS  WRIGLEY
Lessons in Painting and Drawing
Oils and Water Colors
Miss Wrigley, holder ol South Kensington (Kngland) Art Master's Ccrtili-
bale. Group 1. First-Class Certilieves
for Still Kile Painting; Ornament Painting ill monochrome (oils')', drawing Irom
the Antique; Modelling in t lay from tbe
Antique.
Winner of National Hook Prizes foi
Interior iu Oils and Figure in Oils.
A class forming ior junior pupils on
Saturday afternoon.
For terms apply to
MISS WRIGLEY,
Care Mrs. K.iggen.
The G n Lady has left
a lasting impression in
Town.   All and sundry
are clamoring for these
Confections. So keep
this in mind and do not
loose favor with your
lady friend by presenting her with any other
than
G  B
Christmas Fancy Boxes
large variety in
ALL THE STORES
Knough said
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD, B. U.
Special Attention given to commercial
men anil tourists. Kirst-clasi sanipl,
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow l.eke.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop
W. PARRY
Late Polisher of Howson's
Furniture Store
Repolishes.   Makes Old Furniture
New.
Estimates Freely Given.
GIVE ME ATRIAL
Drop Card in Post Office]
^5>^3%
H, J. McSORLEY, Proprietor.
^LSTO*^
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props. '
Enlarged  »nd Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Booms.
Rates $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $ i a day.   Monthly rate.
T.   .A-LBEJIRT     ST02STB1     PEOP.
Union   Hotel
JVST NRWIA' REPAIRED
RATES,     .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be ,n i jiii;, il.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals (or J6.1W
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, 13. C.
A   P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
R. Z. :CRAWF0RD »S
Electric Restorer for Men
CONTRACTING
restores every nerre ls the body
 to Its proper tension ; restates
Tim sad vitality. Prematuredecay and allteiual
weakness averted at erne. Fheephoao) will
make you a new man. Price *8a box, or two Im
Mb Mailed to any address. Th«|coMUbro|
<.'«»„ •*• CMhftrlnsf. Oot.
; Sold At Macdoitld'i prur 8tor«.
-
PAINTER
Satisfaction  guaranteed
Agent  for   Flexlume  Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. Hrd St. and Kobsonare
Shop in Alley back ol B, J. Bourne's
Store, Pirst Street
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call al j
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Itevelstoke, 13. C.
before buying yonr out-
lit of working clothes
for tbc l.ii'.h. I make a
•pccialty of Logging
8hoes, Pants, Sox, Shirls
Blankets anil everything
requited in vour bu'nineu.
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galana Ray land* in parole ol
10 or 20 acre* or en bloc. Corrw-
pondence invited.
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
i
h. w. edwards!
TAXIDERMIST    j
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P. D. Ion 31, Revelstoke
fdgmy&
(oronation
' .TEA™
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60«t a pound
In commemoration ot the coronation nf
King George W; Rldnrnra" bate put on ths
market a coronation tin of a mort plcturtvjue
and -i i ii*ite de*it;n, bearing cicellenl portrait*.
o( King (ieorge V, Queen Mary atul tlir Prince
of Wai**. Special panrN hate bten dr^cnr.l
rfprwntinff Canada, India, Africa, Australia
and New •aland.
Only a fTnited number bave been lir poi ted.
Prtcf AOe* tor one povnd tins.
At   lit -I  M-«(-■■
1836
ESTD.tf
FOR SALE
EIGHT-ROOMED
HOUSE
Half a Block East of McKenzie
Avenue
Por Ternn and Particular!, appl,
d.  r. Mckenzie
RKVKLSTOKR
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Sinir-
cr and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
hy the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H. MANNING.   Agent. WEDNESDAY,  DKC.  20th,   1911.
a'scmi ^rj^ir.-ia:EiiJLiL.i3/ revelstoke
WEDNESDAY, DEO. 20th,  1911.
MALAKWA NOTES
Jack Allan and Bert Tollman arc
catching a great many Iteuvcr tbis
Beason.
K. Ericaon, .1. Johnson, A. Johu-
con, Oscar Luiidstrum and Mm. Anderson paid a visit to Uevelstoke laBt
Friday.
From present appearances a rising
town will start in the immediate lu
ture at Malakwa, among the man)
businesses already started and under
contemplation in the valley ,>! tlie
"Garden ol Eden", Is tho general
.-tore of Mr, J. W, Chandler and tbo
blacksmith Bbop ol F. X. Wintern-
berg, while Mr. li. A. Cappock sup
piles tbe weary travellers wltb mcils
and beds.
Tige tlie trick dog ol J.J. Jobiisou
.5 coming m the lime light very rup-
itlly tor his clever tricks winch ^ro it-
ly  amuse travellers.
L. M. Jolueson made a flying trip
to Kevelstoke by Saturday mur.l'ng's
early   train,
The government is domg gmj'l i-ork
putting in a wing dam aud doing a.
great deal ot mattresslog woik to
change tbe current ot tbe river ivliii'b
work will cost thousauds ol ilol'iirs,
This work is being done on i'.t, Kiu-
buiis farm on the river front.
Malakwa makes goud use ol hor
2lx4u towu hall in which dances and
public meetings arc h Id. Tbe school
children, which numlier twenty-bve,
arc ini-y now practicing for their
Xmus entertainment.
The poultry Industrj is a H?o ;83ue
at      Malakwa.    Mr.   11. 1<".  Smiiei'loLl
is making a specially ol White Lte,-
horus.
To the angler the 'Harden .1 Eden" oilers many inducements, as
Eagle uver is tamous (or the i euu-
ties, which river runs through '.bis
V illej .
\\> wonder whal Loyd Jnhusrin
was doing iii Revelstoke Saturday.
Buckingham Palace at .Malakwa is
now regarded by visitors very highly
The young hosts never failing to
make any unexpected  caicst- leei pei-
lectly at home    It is likely that this
((
The Valley of
The Garden of Eden"
Situated at MALAKWA, B. C.
Just 32 Miles West of   Revelstoke,  ard   Extending   be-
teen Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class Land-20-000 Ac,es
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
CUc.rc.riar nf Qnil   Bench   Lands,   Clay   Loam   and Vegetable
iJlldldMrjl   Ul  OOII   Mould, while on Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Mn Irri/iatinn   Positively no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
llU III lydllUII   irrigated, and many creeks supply water for Domestic purposes.
This Land is specially adapted lor Large and Small Fruits, as well as
Hay and Vegetables.
Modern Clilliate   Zero is  Average Winter Weather.
Pricks of Land Reasonable
For further Particulars About This Garden Spot of D. C, Watch This Page
of the MAILHERALD Each Week
hospitable home will he tbc boarding
place  lor  the  new  school teacher  at-
ter the  New Year.
Mr. Cass of Wushiugtou, who has
been visiting at the JUeebam home in
the east cud tor some time, has clodded to locate here and will bring
bin family up in tbe spring.
A delightful concort was hold at tbo
Kile Erlcson home Sunday ove iu
honor ot Mr. and MrB. Andrew Johnson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Johnson were
muriiod iu Rovelstoko last Friday.
MrB. Johnson was formerly Miss
Anderson recently of Sweden.
Mr, and Mrs. Allied Murtiu aro
comfortably settled in our midst.
Mr. aud Mrs. Martin woro recently
married in KumloopB and arc hero to
spend the winter where Mr. Martin Ib
employed on the government work.
Johu Bwanson lelt lust week
his old homo in Sweden.
for
13, R, Druhu spent Sunday in Salmon Arm.
Miss Selma Johnson returned to
Hevelstoke Tuesday moruing, alter
a short visit ut the home ol her sister .Mrs. Eric Ericaon,
We would like to know where ev -
erybody is going ChriBtmas.
Mr. Alfred Martin and Miss May
Sereidncr of Notch Hill, were married in the Knglish church ut Kamloops on Monday last. The couple
arrived at Maiakwu on Wednesday
morning, to make their homo here
lor some time. Their many friends
wish ihem a happy journey through
life.
Mr. Andrew Johnson ol Holyburu,
and Miss A.J. Anderson, were married at the residence ol Mr. A. Carl -
sou by tbe Rev. C. A. rrocunier, on
the 15th inst, uud arrived at Malakwa ou the Kith. An enjoyable ov-
cuiug was Bpcnt at tbo residence ol
Mr. 15. W. Ericson, J.P., on Sunduy
evening, about lorty young people
were present. The- bride and groom
received many presents with good
wishes lor their future welfare. They
will leave for their home iu Hazelton where Mr. Johnson has farm and
property as soon as possible, but it
is understood they cannot get in until spring. Miss Selma Johnson,
sister of the bridegroom, was out
here Irom Revelstoke on a visit.
Esansoa
AURMEO OVER KING'S SMITH
Fear That He May Be Assassinated While in India
Indians  huvn     hcen   as   active.      pel
naps securing  even  more than    their
I white rivals.   Four hundred dur killed  In one valley during the short open season is a record, though not one
j uf which to be very proud.       Where
; .-meii a large number ol the finest an
Iraals have lien captured many mint
show "ii St. Lawrence Boulevard this
evening exhibited the pictures fw a
short time. Ae soon hr th* Italian
population got word of wh.it was going mi .i crowd ol young Italians rush
ed thi' theatre, tore down all thc ad j
vertizing Bigna depicting scenes ol the
war,  routed  tbe  u-heis,  and    (ought
WAITED
all
The
: *    Ion,  Dec.   IS—Apprehension  lor have been crippled and left to die oc  their way to ihe proprietoi   forcing
■   the -safety ol King George in In-'to be torn to pieces nnd eaten tin the  him to stop the perlormanci
- voiced openly In official circles j wolves,
The  rumor  •■[   the  king's   assassins-      The  south  fork  ol  the   I
on Friday was tbe natural   out-   ideal  hunting ground  and  hns
ol the ieure felt in London and   visited annually  by  the  Indians
Ig   how   keenly   the   nerves   wero   the  country   Ioi      many   year*
j  those  whose material    In-   largest catch  by  any  one  party
- would  be affected. reason fell  to  a  party  ol  s.x Ferme
Every efliirt  was made  to persuade   hoys whu came iu With 21  carcasses.
ng to abandon his viRit. He was   is ol them being tine bucks.      other
D  tbe  lace  ol  tbe evidence   parties  trom Fernie  and  'nun  Cran -
India  which was seeking   hrookbrougbt out large killing*, run-
•  nity     such  as tbe   royal   ning from live or su t*. nineteen,
aflord to demonstrate     Hunters report large num •
deer  still  in  that   valley  where     so
he did not heed   many have met death from   he dead-
a  : •  i. i m saying, "I told  ly bullet of tbe common enemy,   tbe
Human hunter.
*.       . ; *   in  of the 'lunger     uf      That so many  parties  have
• *,   ritual ni      y    parlla   that neck of the woods without giv-
treatment  *il the   Ing the  press mnn  the usual oppol
The      i.iligr.nnt    Italians   *■■.
ask  the  Italian  consul  hei
Uie mutter up,   ind threaten I
ipturn tomorrow night and wreck the
theatre -.: the pictures .,i , -.--a.:, ex
Minted.
mm is mm
—
Suttering trom Paroxysm ot Fear
nt Dynamiters
•   -.t •■: the removal  ol  tbe  tunity ol recording the usual     mis
I  'rum  Calcutta to Delhi    and  'aken identity and consequent killing  ,,.,,,r
c,i   . he Rhenisi.
the pari ■ ■'. Ureal Britain to blow up
| WHbelmsbaven    The   Zeltong   ;
istn ent ot   the • ■ indaile
.     |        ..* '*.     -Mil
This  .n  ,i mr
,oco .ut ol tbe desln noi to n
fleet on thf king emperoi I tbi
main  consideration   whirl
il s,,me one "' tbe killers   I
mntter for the banters, how
vei   inremunerative it  has been Ior
lbe.
received   it>-
the hast Informed
is '1 tbat the postal
*
■
ti Won ol the cauue ol tbis  H,mi„ .,, .
;  of vension lies In the tart  the irtment.   Tl
amplified >.> Bona: Law     thi leadei       I       early November snow storms  lh.lt ,.... pians ol tbi to Wil
| the    .: ■« •   *■* In the    bo se    ol
• ommi i -   Is that   t   irould be dang
I I    the kings salety to a**'
Hir*  ■ *   royalty  i-   l'i India.
• ie.1  the  higher  hills      and
Kith four tn sil leet     ol
down  the deer much
■nr! ■ ■  ■ ,:, giving the     Mim
While reporti   thai  tbe burning ol rodi ■> mu        * -n  time in     wbtcb
lhe   Durbaf   t'ut*   was  caused   i.y   in    to pur« murderous pastime.
bendurici  bave  bees   .  countenanced As a rei                  greal slaughter
by th" press, thi   irl'e; Is widespread " ngitat          ■   sen started hy the
that tbey were purposelj  iei  on Are Ferule  Rod   * ■: r.un Blub, to   have
,,-  .,  1*1*1. ■   against   British     rule. -1'" open season lor deer cut shortei
Thr in*   trj      i breatbe ■ sigh   ol having It   losi       the first or fllteen
■.•Li-i when the Indian excursion pas th ol this month, na now    provided W|Ui,. th
*., hlstoi»                                  , ,x  ""' Bi ,'1"*1 r"i imWs game '"gn
  .     .llltlolis.
Great Slaughter ot Game
balmsbaven war hhi"*
plans *,( tb ■   vatei   mpplj     ind
contents   * *     ' o"k.
which bad
idmlralty
BerMi -    i i.i*    *  ■
■'.   , British * low up
the  naval   harbor   at
publish   in   the   Khenish     Wi-stphalian
Ouzel ti '"h"1 in official drcles
hi tbe llgh! ''   newspape niense
r  mii ne • m '"ij   ;s
not ilrnied. it ;s considered as i pro
duel "f ih* • esplonaji
,:, in Germany and England Bepion
age certainly existed, but it. took
less (antastlc forms thu thai i ilat
ed ni   ti   I. i •'■' '**
Pictures Not liked by Italians
kernle,     i'er.    IS—Tbe open season I
Ioi  ih-. i  closed  in tins part ol   the     Montreal,   Dec,   IT—Moving  picture
'. unit ry ami it marks the close ol 111ms that have hern Causing trouble
the greatest slaughtering ol deer nv- |n various parts tit the United Starr known  in  tins section <»I the conn    les arrived Ir. Montreal   yesterday   and
jr_ I promptly nauied a emnll-aleed   riot,
line pucker, Win. Rirnej, who lives The pictures depict the war In Trip
il Blko and runs a livery business, oil and represent the Italian soldiers
li.ivinir brought out Irom the south as guilty of all the barbarity ol
lork of l-:ik rivei 160 carcasses, and. which tbey have been accused, be
,,tl,er packers have brought oul Bt| sides giving tbe Turks tho best of
Vast   Hi  more,  making  a  total  of Wt the actual  lighting. Mf „„„,,.„„,,,
liter killed iy while huuters. aud the     The proprietor yf a moving picture, •>>• th'o"! •»■! !«■<•
Manning's toys are now open tall
nml make vui cbolet early, We will
be     pleased    to   put them away lor
you
Shiloli& Cure
*, coins, I.- .,1.
it) ,',!>
i.iist im Dec, lOth, between foot of
Columbia river bridge and Calder's
ranch, ou roadway, one Lady's Kur
Mud. Reward %l». Apply Mail-
Herald Office.
Furnished Five-roomed     hoUBe   for
rent at on.-e on Fourth street.—H.N.
iter. t.c.
WASTED   ' .'.-is  lor    new  laid eggs,
and  lat  chickens.     Apply,   \ickers,
'. m.
f—A  Purse containing a sum ol
money, at  tbe I   P.R. depot. Finder
please  return  same  to  Mail-Herald
Office.
wast   . tuation    as a bouse-
keepei     ■■   middle aged lady.   Apply
Ml - *:itn.  Oen (al  Delivery
ReveUtolie.  B.  C.
-. cond  itreet.
month     kpply Itcvel-
kgencles   Ltd
.si   man   seeks   work,
i •       it   **       iooked  allay, week, or contract
Foi i 'Hilars apply    A.    P.,
1   Office. ft.
i  **aiit   , good piano
This ot-
.  few  days only.
.,'*       .!,     M'
eiuif I).16   2)
: or 'i-.u
MORTOAOE
tbat     ni'ler
il sate
■     lal
. b n
i 'trick  Bui Mr bj   tnden
;   ;uth Man
; 17 in
Oionp 'ine   K'** ■ ■ save
and  i tcept   HI ai ol  * omprls
'  I tie '."   iiuf,r,A,
'
-,i nat«
hi  Dl tii'
of   V ay.
Tenders   addressed   to the   undei
i    Solicitors Ioi  the Moi tgi
Patrick Hums, will '• up to
and Including ihe 25th day ol Novem-
her,   I'lll
Terms of sale, insli
Hated   this     :ird   dav   "f   November,
nn, nt Revelstoke, B.O.
Harvey,   McOarter  anil   I'lnkhani,
Bollottofi for Patrick Burn .
Mm tgagee
SUTI'l    Lasl   il.it    which   tenders
will    be received,   Mrd ol December,
iitil,
NOTIOH
Uevelstoko Lund District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, II. llelfron, ol
Arrowhead, L. t'., occupation Lineman, intend to apply for permission
to purchuse tbe following described
lands.
Commeuciug    at    a    post    planted
[ about tbc south weal corner ot Alex.
I.  McDoncU's     application to     pur-
; chase, thence north 8(1 ehuins,  thence
I west    10    chuius,    thsnee    south   80
|chains,  thence vast 40 chains    along
lake Bhore to point ol commencement
containing 320 acres more or less.
H. HEJFFRON,
Ter W.F. Ogilive, Agent
Dati-d  this  28th  day  of  November,
1911, first issueDcc2.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District.
District ol  West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Alex, J. McDonell. of Hevelstoke, B.C., occupation Hotel Proprietor, intend to apply lm permission to purchase the
following described lands.
Commencing ut a post planted near
thc north went post ot l<ot 7052, east
i Oape Horn, near the Bouth west
comer of T. L. i3PJ8, thence north
hams, thence west 80 chains,
thence south H'l chnins, tbence east
-" 'hains, along lake shore to point
.f commencement, contuining C40
aeres   more  or  less.
ALKN.   .1.  McDONICLL,
I'er W.F. Ogilive, Agent
Datod Una Mlb dny nf November,
1011. first issue Dec. 2nd.
NOTICK
Revelstoke Lnnd District,
i  oi west Kooteuay.
Take   notice   tbat   I,   Ralph   Talker,
ol Revelstoke, B, C, occupation Uotol
n!  ii I   I o apply  for permission
tn purchase the following    described
land
Oommenotng al a PO-t planted near
H Heflron's south west corner, tiring
Un* south-west point of Ralph I'ar-
ker'i land, tluiire cast 10 chains,
tbence north 20 chains, thence west
I'1 'h.un.s, thenee south 20 chains,
nl'n ; lake shore to point ol com-
! meniement, containing lorty acres,
more or lens.
Dated ilus 2-ith lay ol November,
iou.
Navigable Waters Protection Act
R. S. C. Chap. 115.
Notice    is    hereby     given that the
llibbons   Lumber   Company,   Limited,
bavo applied to the Minister of Public  Works  for  Canada for  permission
to construct an Aerial Tramway from
Dominion Timber Berth     316,     over
the  Columbia  River to  connect with
a siding of the     Revelstoko and Arrowhead Brauch of the Canadian Pa-
.ciflc Railway  Company, und  have deposited  with  the Bald     Minister     ol
Public Works copies of plans and description   ot     site ol mm ii   proposed
work,  and have also deposited with
the DiBtrict Registrar of L/and Titles
for Kootenay at Nelson, B.C., duplicates of Buch plans and description ol
Bite.
Dated November 23rd,  1911.
Macdonald,    Honeywell  &   Graham,
Ottawa,   Ont.,     Agents for    G.  8.
MeCarter, Revelstoke, B. C, Solicit ors  lor  the  Applicants.   N.25  30d.
"notice
Iii thc Matter ol an Application lor
tlie issue ot a duplicate Certificate of
j Title to Lot Hi, Block 21, being purl
I ol Section 27 and 34,     Township 23,
I Range 2,  West ot the  6th Meridian,
| Town of Revelstoke, Map G3GA.
I    Notice is hereby given tbat it is my
! Intention  to  Issue at  the  expiration
ot one month alter tbe first publication hereof     a duplicate of thc Cer-
I litlcate of Title to the above    mentioned lot in  the name ol Froderlcka
I Tiedc,  which  Certificate  is  dated the
| 16th day ot October,  l'JOii, and numbered   6164A.
Dated  this  13th  day  ol November,
' 1911,  Nelson B.C.
SAMtJKL R. ROB,
      District Registrar.
NOTlCbl   Tl)    CREDITORS.
lu tbe Matter ol the Kstate ol Louis
Soderman, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all
creditoi'B and others having claims
against the Kstate of LouiB Soderman, late ot Arrowhead, B. C,
deceased, who died at Arrowhead, B.
0., ou or about the 9th day of July,
191*1, are requested to send to the
undersigned, Solicitors tor August
Peterson and Herman Carlson, Ki-
cculors ol the last Will ol said deceased, withiu K) dayB from date,
lull particulars ol their claims, duly
verified, and that after tbat date tbe
said Executors will proceed to distribute the said estate amongst those
entitled thereto, regard being bad
only to those claims which tbe said
Executors shall' have then received
notice.
Dated November 15th, 1911.
Harvey, MeCarter and Pinkham,
Solicitors for  August PeterBon    and
Herman   Carlson,   Executors ol
the Last Will of Deceased.    GOd.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Laud District,
DiBtrict ol West Kootenay,
Take notice that I,  John A. Stoue
Ol Revelstoke,  British Columbia,  oc-
RALPH  PARKER.
I I'i'c.2, Per W.F.  Ogilive,  Agent.
NOTICE
Revelstoke  Laud   District.
District ol  West Kootonuy,
Take notice lhat I, Hugo Koch, ol
Vancouver, B.O., occupation, traveler
intend to apply lor permission to
purchase the lollowing described
lands.
Commencing at a post planted
about three-quarters ot a mile north
ot Lot 860 on Arrow Lukes running
west 80 chains, thence north 40 chains
ihence east BO cbains, thence south
40 chain:., along tbe Lake shore to
point of commenocmi'iit and contain
ing three hundred and twenty acreB,
more or less.
Dated November 4th, 1911.
KUGO KOCH,
N.18J.U Per W. Ogilive Agent
cupation hotel-keeper, intend to apply lor permission to purchase the
following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
the North Wesl Corner ol land applied for to be purchased by W. B.
Robertson nnd Marked "John A.
Stone's S.W. Corner," thence north
lorty chains, thenee east forty chains
thence south forty chains, thence
west forty chains to the point ol
commencement and containing one
hundred and sixty acres more or
less.
Dated 17th October, 1911.
JOHN  A.  STONE.
Per James  A.  ShieldB,  Agent.
COMPANIES    ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given that at tho
expiration ol one month from tho
j first publication hereof, the Revelstoke Agricultural Society, Limited,
intend to apply to the Registrar ol
1 Joint Btock Companies to change the
name of tho Company to "Western
Turl Association,  Limited."
Datod this 15th day ot November,
1911. N.18.DU8.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,
Secretary of said Company.
■
l***eave your orders for Gait Coul
wltb W, B, Robertson or Andy Dav«
Idipa. WEDNESDAY,  DEC.  20tb,   1911'.
THE n^tA.IL-ECEPl^-r.r), eeyeilstok
WEDNESDAY, DEC.  20th,  1911.
PLANS NEW METHOD OF UNIFORM!
Col. Sam Hiijlus Impresses Importance of Uniformity
Ottawa, Dec. 17—Col. Sam Hughes
haB succeeded in prevailing on his
colleagues tho importance of a plan
to improve the methods o! uniform -
ing the militia. Tbe cloth will he
manufactured expressly for militia. A
Btandurd and shade (or cloth for uniforms will he fixed, and contractors
lor clothing hefore securing contracts
will have to give a guarantee tbat
this specially mado material will he
used. Steps will he taken without
delay to bring the proposed lnnova -
tion into effect. Tbe present system
of uniforming the militia has been
unsatisfactory in many ways, and
at every gathering ol the militia
which haa been held more than one
regiment participating has hnd a
great variety of shades of color, as
well as a great difference in the c;ual
ity of the cloth, in having the unl-
lorms made up hy various contrac -
tors.
FIRE AT COMAPLIX
Heroic Wjrk of Local Fire Brigade Keeps Fire in Check
What might have been a most disastrous fire occurred the fore part of
last week at Comapliv, when the
residence of Chiel Youug was reduced to ashcB. Thc government build -
luge were also badly damaged. It
is considered a marvel and a clever
piece ol work ou the part of the
Comaplix tire brigade that they, by
rapid fire lighting, confined the fire
to the residence destroyed as other
buildings were quite close.
The noble work of the fire fight rs
wus, however, greatly aided by the
fact thnt there is an excellent water
supply at Comaplix. A. E. Kincaid
returned on Saturday Irom Comaplix
where ho went in the interests of his
company to adjust the fire losses.
Corporation of ihe City of
Rovelstoke
Voters' List 1912
DELAY IN MAIL SERUiCE
In Kootenay Lakes-Mr. Goodeve
Talks
F. W. Laing returned bome last
Buuday from the south where he
gave lectures on the poultry industry and poultry culture at tbe follow-'
ing places:—Nelson, Toghum, Slocau
Junction, Shoreacres, Harrop, Wil -
low Point,  Boswell and Proctor.
The meetings were all well attended our southern neighbors all taking
much interest in the poultry industry. While on the s.s. Kuskanook
ou Kootenay lake Mr. Laing met A.
S. Goodeve, M. P. In conversation
with Mr. Goodeve it was learned
tbat nothing could be done in the
Arrow lake mail service till spring,'
bo there will be nothing done in the
winter service via Slocan lake.
Mr. Goodeve was on his way to his
home in Rossland to upend the Xmas
Oil Locomotives in Mountains
Wiuuipeg, Dec. I'J—Following the
announcement made recently by tbe
Canadian Pacific Railway tbat in tbe
near future tbe company would use
crude oil as fuel on their mountain
sections, it is learned tbat the first
section to be thus equipped will be the
Shuswap and mountain subdivisions
ol the first district ot tbe British
Columbia division. The places select
ed where the oil storage tanks will
be built are Field, Golden, Rogers
Pass, Rovelstoke, Sicamous Junction,  Notch Hill and  Kamloops.
The only change necessary in the
locomotives will he tho insertion ol
jet burners in Ihe fire boxes. The
tenders will nlso have to be changed
to hold oil instead ot coal. It is tbo
intention of the company to make
these changes just as soon as possible and the Bystem will gradually
Iw extended over the entire mountain division.
News from Bourne Bros.
A great sale ot Crockery now on.
We never had such a large variety
or such good values in Carving Sets
und Table ware as this Xmas.
Skates and Hockey Sticks are going at reduced figures, they mako
very suitable presents.
Did your hubby buy you thut new
Kootenay Range yet? If not get him
to do so In time to cook the Xmas
Dinner. There Is no Btovc sold in
town to equal the Kootenay, and
our price is at least -$20 below their
value.
New shipment of Wagstalles' Jams,
Jellies and Mlnccment, Comb Honey,
Tartan Drum! Currants, new FlgB,
Cocoanuts, Chestnuts, etc., now In.
Order your Jap Oranges and other
Fruits and Nuts early aud get the
best.
Moving pictures tonight.
Moving pictures at the Edltou '11
WARD
Ainsley,  P, C.
Aldridge,   Joseph
Allen, El. F.
Amato,   Joe.
Anderson, J.   (.2)
Armstrong,   Mis.   A.   W
Armstrong,   W.   J.
Austin, Obas,  It.
Adams,   D.
Alexander,  David
Astbury,  Thos.
Bufaro,  Frank
linker,   Mrs.  E.
Barnes, Geo.
Barron,  Dom.
Beazley, Mrs. M. E
Beech,  Thos.
Bell,  .Miss A.  M.
Beruscbi, Dom.
Benjamin,  H. B.
Belinski,  J.
Blackberg,  A.
Boem,  Mike
Boyd,  Walter
Boyle,  Johu
Drcgolese, Mrs. A.
Bregolcse,  B.
Brill, W. P.
Brown, C. C.
Brown, F. Wm.
Bruce, Hugh
Bruce, Mrs. M.
Blacklock,  B. R.
Ballard,  R. J.
Buyucs, D. L.
Bell,  Geo. hi.
Bell,  Dugald
Blair,   Wm.
Bradshaw, T. W.
Brown, Wm. J.
Buuyun,  Johu
Cameron, H. C.
Cameron, W.  S.
Cancellierc,  A.
Carlson,   Johu
Carlson,  Swan
Carachi,  A.
Carmichael,   Jas.
Cusciato,  MrB.  J.
Casciato, D.
Casciato,  R.
Catlen, L.
Cation, J,
Chamberlain,  Thos.
Colacurclo, Maria
Colacurclo,  C.
Colacurclo, F.
Colacurclo, A.
Colarco, G.
Colarco,  E.
Comozzi,  8.
Comozzi,  Teresa
Copeland,  R.  R.
Copeland, T.
Coining,   Ed.
Corning, Mrs. J.
CorBon,  Mrs. A.
Corson, Frank
Collghlan, Mrs. H. E.
Cocorocuio,   P,
Crowe,  S.  S.
Cumming, H. P.
Cameron, E. C.
Campbell, J. A.
Carpenter,  Hy.
Colliuson,  A.   J.
Cottercll, Chas. A.
Cunningham, C,  F.
Daem, Joe.
Damoer, N.
Damoer, Mrs. M.
D'Arcangelo,   F.
D'Arcangelo, G.
Daniels, A. G.
DavidBon, Andy
Deblas,   Joe.
Decorpo, Dom.
Dcfeo,   Nuzio
Defeo, G.
Deteo, Angelo
Deteo,  Annabel
Dcleo,  Joseph
Defeo, P.
Dean,  Palmer
Dent,  MrB.  1.
Dewar,   Mrs. A.  A.
Donald,   Jas.
Donaldson,   Ross.
Dunlop,   Jas.
Dab-ell,   R.   R.
Edwards,  Geo.   W.
Farrell. W. E.
Flttent, Dom.
Fletcher.  J.
Fleming,  Mrs.   N.
Fosseccca,  C.
Fuoco,  P.
Fuoco,  Louis
Fuoco, Mrs. R.
Fuoco, Lulgl.
Fuoco,   C.
Ferguson, H. H.
Faint, Ed.
GaUicano, Dom.
(iallicano, Henrltta
(iallicano,  V.
(iallicano, E.
Garland,   John
C.arncr, H. G.
GibBon, Thos.
Ooblc,   Lulgl
(Irltlln, M. T.
(Irover, A. 0,
liuib'.tto, .las.
Guzzlo,  Angelo
Colder, Wm.
Hamilton, Wm.
Henderson,   J.   B.
ONE.
Property Owuer
House  Holder
Property Owner
House Holder
Property Owner
House Holder
Property Owner
House Holder
Property Owner
House Holder
I,        t.
Property Owner
HenderBon, Tote.
Hobbs. Geo. R.
Hobbs,   Mrs.   J.   M.
Hooley,   F.
Hos/.ouski,  Mike
Hoyland, H.
Humphreys, Miss C. M.
Hyland,   Robt.
Halliday,  D.  H.
Hayward,  A.  E.
Hope,   Tom
Hulm,   A.  E.
Innes,  A.  M.
Jenkins,   J.  W.
Johnson,   E.   J.
Johnson,  J.
Johnson,  J.  A.
Kecgan,  Mrs. H. W.
Kennedy,  J. D.
Kenward, Alf.
Kimberly,  Geo.
Kinikniski, M.
Knowlton,   Mrs.   E.
Knox,  John
Kecgan, H. W.
Lamiinu,   P,
Lamanii,  S.
Laughead,   H.
Luughead,   Mrs.   M.
Laurent!, F.
Laurent!,   R.
Lapoisziuski,   A.
Lefeaux, W. M.
Lewis,   Thos.
Lewis, F. B.
Long,  Tony
Lonzo,  Mrs.  M.  C.
Lonzo,   Joseph
Lundell,  A.  F.
Lundell,  Chas. E.
Lyon,  J.
Little, T. E.
Lachancc, E.  W.
Laughlan, H. C.
Lapwortb,  J.  J.
Lea, W. T.
Lee, A. E.
Lee,   Mrs.   A.   B.
Maddaloni, H.
Malloy,   Miss  A.
Muuley,  J. V.
Marcheson, A.
Mutliie,  Mrs.  L.
Mickeljohn, Ceo.
Mensing,   Carl.
Micieli, TereBa
Micieli,  Dom.
Miller, A. B.
Miller,  C. C.
Moran, MrB.  J.
Morgan,  Isaac.
Mathie,  Jas.
Maxwell,   J. A.
Miller, W.
Moase,   S.  E.
Murray,   D.   J.
McCarty,   Mrs.   F.
McDonald, R. D.
McDougall,   J.   D.
McGiunis,   Jas.
McGuire,  Mrs.   J.
McGregor, A.
McKeuzie, W. E.
Mackenrot,  E.  A.
MeKinnon, H. F.
MeKinnon, D.   J.
MeKinnon, Mrs. D.
McLaucblin,   W.   E.
McLean, D.  H.
McLcod,  D.
McLeod,  John,
McRae,  Mrs.   A.
McRae, K. G.
McDonald, R. J.
Mclntyre,  R.   L.
Mclsaac,  M.
McLean,  W.  0.
North,  Chas.
Norberg,  0.
Newsome, Chas.
Nicholson,   J. M.
Nicholson, J.  D.
Osborne, W.  E.
Overton, M.
Pagdin, Thos.
Palmer, J.
Palmer, Mrs.  J.  D.
Part a.   A.  N.
Patrick,   L.
Patrick, Mrs. M. E.
Pettipiece, Mrs.  M.M
Peetipiecc, J. H.
Phipps,  Mrs.   A.  E.
Piscatelli, Sam.
Pollack,   J.  T.
Tontuso, A.
Porter, Thompson
Pradolini,   Anselmo
Pradolini,   Archillc,
Practico, Dom.
Practico, B.
Primo,   Z.
Pugsley,   John
Pugsley, Josephine
Purvis,   J.   D.
Pnterson, 0.
Parker,   P.
Robertson,  P.
Robins"ll.   J.   R.
Robinson,   Fred
Rodgers,  J.  R.
Roote, T.  E.
Ross, Yuill.
Robson, J. C.
Rutherford,  J.
Ross,  Geo.
Sansiverino,  Joe.
Schaffcr, Mrs. F.
Scott, Walter
Serrianni,  A.
Serrlanni, Augustine
Serrianni,  G.
Sirriunni,   P.
Simone, R.  de.
Sine, F.  E.
Smith, S.
Skiduck, M.
Somes.  Fred.
Sirrianni, Ed.
Saparita, F.
Snparita,  M.
Shaw.  (leo.  P.
Rpragge, Mrs. 0, M,
Stacey,  Mrs.   K.
Squarebriggs,  R.
Sturdy, Thos.
Snider, Mrs. M.
House Holder
House  Holder
,, ,1
Property Owner
House
Property
Holder
Owner
Scothorne,  A.
Simpson, J. T.
Statz, Ml
Stevenson,  Geo.
Stevens,  M.  D.
Swanson,   A.
Sweet, J.  W.
Taylor, Hon. T.
Taylor, Mrs.  G.  M.
Terrin,  A.
Thompson,   R.   J.
, Torak,   Andrew
l Treat,   0.   J.
Thompson, A. W.
Thomson,  Allan,
Urquhart, 0. D. A.
Urquhart,   R.
Urquhart,  J.   S.
Uglow. E.   .1.
Wadman,   Mabel
Wadman. T.
Wales,  Isabella
Westman, Peter
Williamson,  Geo.   H.
Wilson,  R.   S.
Wiener, L.
Woodruff,   R.  T.
Walkden, R.
Wilson, A. C.
Wilson,  J. L.
Young, F.
House Holder
Property Owner
House Holder
Property Owner
. House Holder
Property Owner
House Holder
Property Owuer
House Holder
Property Owner
Property  Owner
House Holder
HojHe Holder
Property   Owner
Property Owner
House Hiduer
«( .4
Property Owner
i, tt
House Holder
.. it
I, ii
Property Owner
House  Holder
n tt
Property Owner
House
Property
Holder
Owner
WARD TWO.
Anderson, Chas. E.     Property Owner
Armstrong,   Willis  J.        " "
Armstrong, Mrs.  S.
Austin, Ed. E. "
Bain,  MrB.   T.   W. " "
Barber, J. Guy " "
Barr,   Mart/in   L. "
Barraclough,   E.
Bell, G.  W. r
Hews,   Walter, " "
Bews,  H.   J. " "
Bingham,   John
Bongard, Ed. " "
Bourne, Mrs. F.
Bourne,  F. "
Bourne,  Mrs.   J.   J.
Briggs, W. I. " "
Briggs,  Mrs.   H.  F. "
Brown, Hugh A.
Brown,   Mrs.   B. " "
Burridge,   E. " "
Bain, T. W.
Batchelor, Win.  C.
Bell,  W. H.
Bent, Percy
Brooker. A. G.
Brand, D. W.
Caley, John
Carr,   Mrs.   H.
Clark,  Mrs.  B.
(lark,   Geo.   M.
Corley,   Miss  M.
Cook,   Henry
Corley, Mrs. B.
(owan,   Wm.
Cowie,  A.
Crick. Mrs.  A.  G.
Crick,  A.  G.
Cross,  A.   E.
Cumming,   H.   P.
Crowe,  S.  S.
Cutler,  H.
Cronyn, F.  E.
('aider,   J.  D.
Camp,  F.  E.
Conners, Wm.
Davidson, Andy
Dickey, Wm.  J.
Downs, Mrs. Susan
Donaldson,   W.   B.
Dunn,  Wm.
Dolan,  P.
Dunn, J. L.
Duncan,  David
Duck, A. G.
Duckworth,  F.  G.
Ewing,  Fred.
Fleming, Wm.
Flindt, Mrs. M. A.
Foote, Mrs. W. A.
Foote,  W.  A.
Fraser, Dan 0.
Fretz, Frank H.
Fulton, Hon. F. J.
Garland, J. W.
Coble,  Jas. M.
Cordon, Mrs. M. E
Cordon,  R.
Cordon, W.  A.
Could,   John
Covett.  W.  H.
Gibson,   F.   M.
Crimes, Mrs. M.
Criflith.  W.   R.
Creenwoodl  A.  W.
('.rant,  Alex.
(lillan,  Ot  B.      H^^^^^^^^^^^
Guest,  Geo. " "
Hamilton, Mrs.   J.H.  Property Owner
Hamilton,  J.  H. " "
Hanson, Mrs. Chas. B.     " "
Hilton, Geo. " "
Hobson,  Alex. " "
Hooley,   P. " "
Howson,   Mrs.   R. " "
Howson,  R. " "
Hume,  MrB.  E.  J. "
Hume, C. B.
Hull,  J. R.
Hume,  R.   M. "
Howson, R.
Heard,  R.  W.
Hoard, T.
Howson,  J.  H.
Howson,  L.  A.
Hooley,  J.  8.
Hull, J. C.
Hawker,  C.   C.
Hornell.  W.
Hume,   Jack   P.
Johnson,  0.
Johnson,   Siglricd
Jolliffe, C.
Jones,   Mrs.   M.
Jones, Oliver,
JoncB, Andrew
Johnson,   0.
Keliie. Mrs. M.A.
Kilpatrick, Mrs. TboB.
Kilputrlck.   TboB.
Kincaid, Mis. M.
Kincaid,  A.  E.
Knapp,  Geo.  D.
Kincaid, A. E.
Agent
Agent
Agent
House Holder
Property Owner
House Holder
Property Owner
Property Owner
Property Owner
Agent
House Holder
Agent
House Holder
Property Owner
House,  Holder
Property Owner
Kincaid, A. E.
Knight, Geo. H.
Kerrigan,  M.
Lace, A. F.  D.
Lawson,  B.   A.
Laing,  F. W.
Laughton,   John
Law, Mrs. W. J.
Lawlor, M. C.
Lawrence,  Mrs.  W.  M
Lawrence,   W.   M.
Lawrence T.   J.
Lee, Mrs.  A. C.
Levesque,  Mrs. A. P
Lindmark, C. F.
Luud,  Mrs.  Cub.
Lynch, F.   J.
Lyons,  J.  H.
Lidy, M.
Lawrence, W. M.
Manning,  H.
Manning,  Mrs.   A.
Mitchell,  F.  H.
Mathie,  Jas.
Miller,  Geo
Matheson,   J.   E.
Mahony,  J.
Morris, G. A.
Moir,  Chas.
Murray, Wm.
Munro, J. S. H.
Mulholland.  H.
McCartor, G.  8.
MeCarter,  Miss E.
MeCarter, Katie 0.
McCarty,   Frank
McCarty,  Mary
McClenegan, A. B.
Macdonald, C. R.
McDonell,  A.   J.
McDonald, Mrs. M. E. J
McEachern,  Nell
Mclntyre,   John
Mclntyre,  Jas.
McKenzie, D.  R.
MeKinnon, J. Q.
MeKinnon,   Mrs.   Ruth
MeKinnon,   ll.   F.
McLean, B. H.  S.
McLean,  Angus
McMahon, Sam.
McMillan, J. A.
McRtiry, Mrs. M.
McSorley, H.  J.
McSorley,   John
MeVity, Mrs. E. C.
MeCarter, G.  S.
MeCarter, G.   S.
McClenegan, A.  B.
McRae, Alex.
McRae, Alex.
McRae, Alex.
McRae, Alex.
MeCarter, Geo. (Sr.)
McArthur,  H.  H.
McDonald, A. D.
Mclntyre,  R.  J.
Mcintosh,  W.  J.
MeKinnon,  Leo.
MeKinnon, C. W.
McLeod, Normau
McLeod, K.  8.
McLeunon, J. P.
McMerney,   Wm.
McMillan,  Frank,
MeVity,   H.   H.
North, W.
Osborne, L.
Paget,  C. B.
Paget, Miss K.
Tarry, H.  M.
rerks, J. V.
Pratt, W. H.
rerks, J.  V.
Probyn,   L.
RamBay, R. H.
Robbins,  8.  O.
Roeeer, Fred.
Ross, Mrs.  J.
Robertson, W. B.
Robbins,   8.   G.
Reeve, P. B.
Rewcastle, W. J.
Rose,   A.  E.
Ross,  Angus
Samson,   J.
Sawyer,  R.
Sawyer,  Henry
Scott, Mat  J.
Shearer, W. G.
Sibbald,   J.   D.
Skene,   Chas.   R.
Skene, Mrs. C. R.
Smith,  J. L.
Smith, R.
Smythe, R. M.
Sneddon,   J.
Sutherland,  Dr.  W. H.
Sutherland,   Lilian   M,
Sutherland,   Sam
Sweeney. W. O.
Sibbald,  J. D.
Stokes, W. R. H.
Smith, J. K.
Smythe,  W.  A.
Shurmun,   J.
Shut/tlewood,   W.
Spurgcon, 8.  J.
Stewart,  W.  L.
Sullivan,  B.  F.
Tapping,  C.
Taylor,   J.   B.
Teller,   J.   T.
Tucker, E. F.
Terry,  F, W.
Vagon, Frank
Vcitch,  J.  C.
Wark,  J.  H.
Wells, F. B.
White, J. H.
Wilkes, 0.  J.
Watson, H. A.
Wilson,  Albert
Willoiighby, Roy
Agent  Atkins, B. R.
House Holder   Atkins,  Mrs.  Mary
" "        Armstrong, W. D.
Property Owner  Beck, H.  D.
" "     Beck,  John,
" "     llluckmore,  R.  L. A
" "      Bradley,   E.   A.
" "      Bradley, Mrs. Mae
" "      Brown, Wm.
Brown,   B.L.
"      Bull,   John
Property Owner   Burn,  Wm.
Property Owner   Baynes,  K.  G.   J.
Caley,   Robt.
" "      Caley,  Mrs.   J.
•• "      Calder,  Mrs.  A. H.
"      Calder,   W.   C.
" "      Carlson, A.   J.
" "    | Carlson, Mrs.  A. G.
Agent  Clark,  H.  J.
Property Owner   Clough,   Geo.
Coursier,   Mrs.   H.  N.
Coursier, H. N.
Agent  Coultin,   Mre.   A.  A.
House  Holder   Crcssmnn,  Mrs. J. B.
Craig,  Andrew
Corley, T.   H.
Cressman.   J.  B.
Cowan.  D. M.
Darldahlre, J.
Devine,   J.   J.
Davis, 0. P.
Property Owner  Doll,  J.  L.
Downs, TboB.
Dow,  Alec.
Deteo,   AlfonBo
EdwardB, Bd.
Edwards,  ThoB.
Edwards, Mrs. Addie
Elson,   Mrs.   W.
Evans, G. A. E.
Field, Chas. M.
Field,   Mrs.  L.  A.
Fleetham,  Mrs.  M.
Forbes,  W. A.
Fleetham, F.
Gallan,   J.
Gibbons, Rand
Goepcl, W.  J.
Gowiug,  Art. G.
Grannt,   A.
House Holder
property Owner
•■ "    'Reynolds, B. R.
"    ''Bam,  Henry
House Holder  Saunderson,  J.
Property Owner   scott, J. B.
" "    ' Scott,  Mrs.   E.
" "    I Siegfried,   H.
Shaw, J.
Sbaw, Mrs.   Julia
Smyth*,   Mrs.   S.   A.
Spaulding,  A. E.
Smytbe,   H.   E.   R.    •
Sibbald. Mrs.  A. R. H.
House  Holder   Simmons. Elsie
Property  Owner   skinner. Mrs.  E.
Smith, Mrs.  M. A.
"       Smytbe, Mrs. A.  C.
• Spurling,  Mrs.  A.  L.
"    ! St,-ed,  Mrs.  T.
" "     | Steed, Thos.
"    ! Stonex.  H.   B.
" '•'     j Stone, Mrs.  A.  L.
Stone,   J.  A.
Sutherland,   J.   P.
Sweeney,   John,
Shuw, Geo.
jStopford,  E.   K.
House  Holder   stowart, R.   J.
" "        j Tapping,  R.
I Taylor, T. E. L.
Property Owner ( Terry, Fred.
Tomlinson, W.  J.
Trimble,   Ed.
Turner, J.  A.
Turnross.  Mrs.  K.
Thompson,   Wm.
House  Holder  Walsh, T.
Property Owner   West,   Agnes
Willis, FranciB,  E.
Woodrow,  J.  I.
  Walker,   Jas.       ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Pr™yHOwneer:HEVELSTOKE SCHOOL DISTRICT.
" I    List    of      persons    in     Revelstoko
"     'School   District,   but  outside  of    thc
I Municipality,   who  are entitled     to
House Holder   vote   at   the    election lor thc    said
Property Owner   School rjiBtrict during the year 1912:
i;
I,
House Holder
Property  Owner
House  Holder
Property owner
House Holder
j Granat,  O.
Green, R. W.
Crabam,  Ed.  A.
Property Owner
Gordon,  C.  W.
^^^^^^^      Howe, A.  J.
Agent   Hack,   Mrs.   A.
Agent   Haggen,   Mrs.   A.
Agent   Haggen,  R.
Agent   Hall,  Miss M.  A.   L.
Agent  Hedstrom, Gus.
Agent   Henrick, B. M.
Agent  Holten, Chas.
HoUBe Holder  Holten,  Mrs.  C.
Horobin,  Mrs.  E.   A.
Horobin,  W. H.  S.
Hillman,  A.
Hull, Bert
Hyatt,   Mrs.   M.
Jamleson, Mrs. A.
Johnson, Arthur
Johnson,  Mrs.  A.
Johnson,  Gus.
Jollifle,  W.  H.
Julian,  Mrs.  F.
Jamieson,   Jas.
Kagawa, Jennie
Kennedy, Mre. M.
Kennedy, J. P.
King,  Wm.
Kllaon, A.
vgent Lane, Bcrta
Agent  Laughton,  R.
House Holder   Law, W.   J.
"       I Lawson, Mrs. M. K.
Property Owner   Lawson, B.  A.
Leslie,   J.  A.
Levesque,   E.   E.
Lldy, Chas.
Agent] Lund,  Gus.
Agent  Levesque,   A,  P.
House Holder j Lee, John
Mara,   J.
, Maddocks, A. R.
House Holder' Maddocks, E.
Property Owner ] Mlckleson,  J.  B.
Mitchell, C. W.
Mitchell,  Delia
Morgan,  J.
Morgan,   Mrs.   R.
Morris,   Mrs.Janet
Morris, Mrs. Alice
Morris, H. C.
Murphy,  P.
Morris, Wm.
McCarthy,   I).
McCarthy, Miss J.
McDcun,   E.
McDonald,  8.
McKenzie,   J, B.
McKenzie,  J. H.
McKinney,  Mrs.  H.
Amato, Joe
^^^^^^^     Bell, G. W.
' Berarducei,  A.
"    j Bain, Mrs. T. W. _^__
 Bourse, Mis.   John  Male'-   Job
"      Cabrini,  FranceB.     Mlir0.   Jobn  A
House Holder   Cameron, T. W.
Property   Owner   Comozzi,  Joseph
Campbell, D.  H.
CarlBon, Swan.
Catlen,  Luigi
1 Clarke,  Joe.
Cl«lland,  Jas.
"    j Colbeck, H.
Cancelliere,  A.
Colla,  Bruna
"    ' Colla,   Sato
"    [ Colpitts, R.  D.
[Copeland,  R.  R. ^^^^^^^^
"      Crawford,   Jamicso Mclnerney,  Wm.
"      Cretelli,  Joseph       MeKinnon,  H.
Property  Owner   Bitamossi,   R. McRae, A.
"    ' Doyle,  R.  N. McSorley, P.
"     I Doyle, Mrs. M. C,    McDonald,  M.  E.
"    iFalzetto, F, Pottrufl, W. H.
"    iFagnelli,  G. Needham, Sam
I Ferguson, D. Notley, J. L.
House Holder   Kittent, D. Palmer, Chas.
Property Owner _ Fosecca, C, Peterson, P. R,
Forde, J. P. Picard,  Ed,
Fraser, Fred Pisacreti, N.
LeBlanc,  Louis
Laforme, Geo.
MaddockB,   Art.   R,
Marino,   P.
Martin, Mrs.  Sarah.
Menotti,  M.
Mcnotti, P.
Miller,  R.
Miller, A. E.
Murton,  J. H.
Marcheson, Angelo
Mulholland,  H.
McEachern,  A.
McEachern, N. A,
Mcintosh, Dan
Mclntyre,   Jas.
Agent
Fromey,  E. C.
Fuoco,  Dom.
Fuoco,  Gutseppe
Fuoco, Mike
Fuoco,   Philip
Camaii,  B.   K.
Gocb,  Mike
Goocb, Clarence.
Graner,  A.  G.
^^^^^^  I Graner, H. G.
" "    [Guzzi,  Angelo
House Holder   Haner, Jas.
Property Owner t Hamilton,  Wm.
Hansen, A. A. G
Howson, R.
Jobelka,  Cbas.
Julian,  Mrs.  A.
Julian, Mrs. F.
Kcmster,   Heary
Levesque, P.
Lundell, A. F.
Liiizi, Dom.
Laurent),  Felix.
Lamana, S.
Lindmark,  C. F.
Leslie, W. W.
Freeman, J. M. P. Pontuso, A.
Pollock, J. T,
Porter,  J. J.
Porter, T.  R.  M.
Perks,  Mrs.   J.   V,
Pugsley,   Jobn
rottrnfl, w.  H.
I'urgato, A.
Rabbitt, David
Ranalio,  A.       "
Ringer,   John
Scarino,  J.
House Holder
Property  Owner
Agent
WARD THROB,
Abrahamson,   John      Property Owner
Abrahamson,   ('has.
Abrahamson,   Noah "
Abruhamson,  O.  W. "
Abrnhnmson,  Andy " "
Ackley, May
Allen,   Wm.
Allum, E.  M.
Anderson,  J.  (No. 1)       " "
Anderson,   August " "
Armstrong, J. H. " "
Agent McLean   j   K
House Holder | McMfthon|   „„_   ,
McMahon,  W.
McCrae,  Alex.
McRae, A.
McKinney,   II.
McPherson,   R.
Needham,  J. H.
Needham,   Sam.
Needham, Mre. M
Needham,  T.  K.
Nelson,   J.
Nagle, G. B.
Orr,  Mrs.  0.
Orton,  Mrs. A.
Oflord,  F.
Payne, Mrs. E. R.
Pcrrln,  Jules
Perrtalini, J.
Perry,  A.  W.
Peterson, P. A.
Peterson,  P. R.
Perks, Mrs.  J. V.
Picard, Mrs. F. A.
Pool, W.  B.
Pradolini.   G.
Pratt,   W.   H.
Paterson, J. M.
Procunier, C. A.
naboucheso,   Louie
Itubrucbeae, A.
Raboucbese,  Mrs.   M
Rosse,  Gaston,
Rotissell,  Thos.
, Robbins, 8, 0.
Shardlow, Mrs.  L.
Singer, Wm.
Serrianni,  Ed.
Serrianni, Dom.
Skinner,   Mrs.   Thos
Smitb,  Samuel
Smith, W. E.
Sproat, G.  M.
Tapping,  R.
Tyson, Wm.
Upper,  Mrs.   8.
Urquhart,  H.
Watson, W. G.
Wilson, Thos. P.
Wilson,  Mrs. M.
Property Owner
House Holder
Property Owner
House Holder
Properly   Owner
Agent
House Holder
House Holder
Property Owner 1
,1 tt
Property Owner
House Holder
Property   Owner
I, James Henry Mamilton, Mayor
ol the City of Revelstoko. hereby
certify that tbe Court of Revision
duly appointed by the Council to
revise tbe Voters' List ot the said
City bave met and considered this
list and I hereby certify tbat thiB is
a correct Met of persons entitled to
vote at Municipal Elections in the
City ol Reveletoke for tbe year 1912
passed by BUcb Court of Revision.
(Signed)
J. H.  HAMILTON,
Dated  Dec.   lltb,  1911.
Mayor.
Moving  pictures at  the  Edison  tonight.
Moving pictures at the Edison theatre tonight.
SOAP — 80AP - SOAP-The R«V
elstoke Meat Market bas just open
ed    up  a    fresh  shipment of  Swift's
I famous   soaps,   among  which   are   tbe
Wool     Soap—Thc    Pride     sob])—thn
* Itaundry  soap—toilet soaps also. The
Pride     cleaner.   The prices for these
soaps are right so don't fall to call
House  Holder  !in(i inspect thiB great variety belore
purchasing your Christmas Soaps.
Brlquittes     now   Jn order oarly. —
Property  Owner _ Reveletoke General  Agencies.  Ltd.
Agent
Jan. 2,    i,  i,   1912—Second   Annual
Poultry  Show to be held  In    DriU
Hall. j
I*  y4 WEDNESDAY,  DEC.   20th,  Wll.
TECE   3yCJ^IXJ-ITE!K,JA-XJr),VI^E1^7'^3riSTOK:E
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20th, 1911.
The spirit of Xmas is abroad; everybody happy. This Store has ready for you a magnificent stock of the world's best
Gent's Furnishings most suitable for gifts for men and boys. It is the best stocked and best arranged Men's Store in the
City. It is the best Store, that is best prepared to assist you in solving the Gift Question, and never before have we been
so well equipped to serve you.
Silk Hose and Tie to Match
Appropriately     boxed     for
Xtna- Gift Giving.     Handsome shades of tan,   purple,
fjrei .ind navy.
Per Box    $1.75
Fitted Suit Cases and Grips
Beautiful fitted suit eases in
in solid leather and fancy
leathers, specially fitted with
all the necessary toilet accessories for either lady or gentleman. These are specially
priced.
Suit Cases $17.50, 25.00, 35.00
Club Bags, $15,00, 20.00
Boys Suits at Half Price
For the Xmas week wc are
offering anv ol our Boys
Suits at Half Price. Our
stock is complete and a full
range of si/es
Men's Silk Souvenir
Handkerchiefs
50c, 65c, 7t>c
oTVlen's Knitted Scarfs
In navy,   grey,   myrtle  and
black
50c, 65c. and 75c
dTVlen's Combination Sets
of Suspenders,   Garters and
Arm Bands, in fancy boxes.
$1.50 to $2.75
Initial and Plain Handkerchiefs
Large size, white, hemstitched
65c and 75c
Men's Ties in Xmas
Boxes at 50c.
The greatest 'lie value wc
ever offered. Eaeh Tie in a
pretty Xmas box in all the
colors that men and boys of
taste would wear.      100 only
Price, 50c
cJTVlen's House Coats
We arn proud of them, and
not without reason. Our stock
is bigger and better than we
have ever gathered before.
Correct in every detail, and
made from materials correct
in style and fabric. Prices
from
$7 to 20.00
Kid Gloves
Wool lined, tan,
$1.50 and $2.00
Men's Fancy Suspenders
Hone   up   in   Xmas   boxes
75c, $1, $1.50
Boy's Silk Handkerchiefs
in a big assortment of pretty
patterns
35c each, 3 for Sl.oo
Grey" Suede Gloves
Dent's and Towne's make,
Lined and unlined
$2, 2.50. 2.75
Fur Lined Gloves
Mocha, Townes, a pair
$1.75, 2.00, 3.00
Men's Fancy Arm Bands
35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
c^Vlen's Bath Robes
Splendidly made, heavy bath
robes, all wool, excellent assortment of colors, all sizes
$12, 13.50, 15.00, 20.00
AE  MERCANTILE   COMPANY,  LIMITED
Up-to-Date Gents' and Boys Furnishers and Fitters
cTVIacKenzie  Avenue, Revelstoke, B. C.
K£»S
J
tory
-I'.7
tl
Train Dispatching by Telephone, j
The  entire  Canadian  Pacific     rail-
west trom the Great Lakes   to
tho   Pacific coast,     will  Ira-equipped
with a telephone   train    dispatching
•  -•■in   within ii short time, and before k tew  weeks have passed     tbat
tne  line      between      Swift
v eld will he operated
■  •• train dispatching     sp
it is
At   ' .'   '.mi-  all   the      ilm-
main line  between
• eld   B.   c.is being
Thi   system     is
■*.'.- and It  .:-i the    In-
tbe i ompan] to pi oject the
• i-t  to Medicine  Hat
•   i      connect   n\, with     the
it    ■   *"*: .'• that
■ i ''irrent. • Ithei links
* It gb Co -
ween     Swift
-
r.ecti .  to Ci      sl 8up
•      '*-*.*■■   1 : .ce.
TU>   '
* *        eai.
similar t*. those
*
huv.:.*.*   * .hi,      lort  ol '■■ I     in*
used     *   tbi   dtspatchei    Hi   opi
i.-  own ■« tchboard and can     • ilk
i** anyone  ilong tl •   line al any time
\ great ileal ol I mi   - saved  *.- * om
pare I   * it. tbe old  u legi **.*■
stem
Bspi  ii. this   dry    climati
Itii  i:, :..in im ..I "wire
ihont a  fur  train     'lis-.
i.ri.  ■ .- proving     much
thru. :• '."   .
In the east* I n pi ovinces, where tl"'
Mr li .' in, ■; ■ In : * logs are 'Ire-
quent and "ther atmopbel.■ tl
niiecs interfere with the rleetrical cur
lent? ;n telephone and telegraph linen
telephones are said to have been lose
successful   fur trui ii  dispatching,
urn* great advantage ol tin* telephone ovei the telegraph Ioi train
dispatching is thai the dispatcher
may tnlk directly to lhe oflgtneei or
• he conductor ol the train to wbich
be wishes to give orders without the
third person medium Indispensable
where the telegraph
Work.
doubtful debts and deducting all expenses ol munagemeut— amounting
to (2,305,409,  the  largest  In  the bt»-
ot the bank am) an increase ol
,;t-14 over min. The progress ot
bauk during tbc yenr hns been
most marked na will be seen by wm
paring their 1910 and 1111 statements
Some ot the more important changes
■ luring the yenr nre ns follows
Deposits. increased  $19,	
Ti tul  Assets. "       8!
Loans &. Discounts       "       L5.00*   •
i;..v.,   Mun.,   Sec. " 3,001
Reserve, »,751 880
During the year  the  bunk  nls"  In
i i   used  its capital      K.OOO 000,      nnd
when  this  is  puul  up  the capital Will
then stand at  (12,000,000 and the re
serve at (10,	
The Increase in     hum*-;,    discounts
and  securities held  by  the  bank
ample  verification   o<  the   reput it
they have     long    enjoyed   tb i!
*'■ a lull appreciation   it the needs
.  the country In general.
Fire Alarm Boies
Signals are given thus: 2 strike*,
nterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Hoi
4. No. of box wih also be shown
n  indicator at Firo Hall.
KIRK.  BRIGADE  NO.  TWO.
14— Corner    First    street
avenue, O. B.   Hume
Boi   No
ad    McKentli	
h. Co.
liox   No.   15—Corner   Kirst       street
nd  Hokehy  avenue,  post office
Box   No.   16—Corner   Second   street
and  Government  Road  and
Icuae.
Box   No.   17—Comer Third
a I   Campbell   avenue.   Globe
er company.
Box No.  U—C.P.R   station.
No. 24- Cornel   Fifth
JOB PRINTING
Neat and Attractive
Work
JOHN LEE
Drygoods
Dressmaking
Ladies' Tailoring
Fit  Guaranteed
| Hand-Painted Cups. Saucers
F'ine Japan China Tea Sets
Up<
Bt
:MAILHERALD lowertown
Opposite Central Hold
Box
• lieet
l.'jm
street
avenue,     t aiooi.c
Province to Control Belt Lands.
Ottawa,   Dee.   Hi—lion.   W.  R    KOH
* i the lintish Columbia governmenl
, ■•  (oi  Victoria tonight ntter   i iei
I   conferences   with   the   Federal
M.niet. pectlng  the   railwny   belt
Mi     Rose   rami*   I.,   l lUnwit
rbere be hud attended
In gatton convention
l    Tbe proposal of the ll. C,  govern
t tha   ■ he province be allowed to
administer thi   railway  belt  pending
tlgai       by a commission to
* tei in ■ ■     ipoi    a   tail   pr;. 8   'or      Its
-•!■■■    *i'i*   tn   * *.,*   proi 'in''*.       will
i come befori  I leral   ablnet with
I in  the  next     Couple  ol  'lays,  aud  i.u
announcement lav    i >ie to the   pro
expected     ■  Monday,
Lower Express Rates.
kev dii'H tb*
Has Record Year.
The annual statement of The Can
udinii Dank ol Commerce ns at HOth
November  I imt   which  has just      been
published reflect* a record year In the
history of that Institution, the
prottte—after providing lor bad
Toronto, Dec. il Toronto business
men are much pleased al the railway
board's i ullng which I".** i into ellei'
.' ith the new yeai reducing express
rates trom Zfl to 25 per cent
Thc rule extends from Knlllaj    to
'■ Vancouver, said a representative    ot
the Dominion Express Co, today, ami
means a reduction ol between 211 ami
2:, per cent, on the average rates on
IiiihIiichm   between   exclusive   offices.
About the only complain! Irom the
public was Iii connection with the
double charge 011 packages when carried by two companies nnd the order
wipes  out  the  double charge.
nd      McKenzie
burcb.
Box No.  25—Corner    Sixth     SUSSt
nd Orton avenue,   W.   A.  FooU.
liox   No.   2it-— 1 'orner   Fourth   stroet
nd  Townley  street,    corner       south
rack.
Box  No.  28—'Cornet  Second    stre t
nd Robson avenue,  Mrs. Baker.
Box Ko.  J4—Kire  Hall  No. I.
Box   No.   35—Hospital.
Hot No.   !•—School
VlHii BRIGADE NO   ONK.
Box No.  <4—Fire  Hall No.   1
Box     No.  45—Front street       we.it.
ear  0.   P,  R.   bridge.
BOX     Nii.     (6—Corner     King       and
loiiglas streets,   Palace Meat Market
Box  No.  47—Corner  Second      and
Vales streets,  back of court  ....»»-
Box No.   48—Corner   Third     and
llhas.  streets,  ('owan hlock.
bignal   for   practice   not   less   tnan
lx  (6)  slow  strokes.
One  (1)  Indicates lin* brokin      nr
re out.
Special Sale of House
Plants and Ferns
for Christmas Week, ir.cludircg:
House Plants in doom
l'i- *■*..'    1 \ (lamer
1  iiii-r.iru -.
' .-hrysanihemums
Prim * 1    I'rimro
FERNS
A iparagua Sprengui
Asparagus Plumosaa
W'hitm.uii
lioMnll.   Pli
Canadian
Pacific Railway
Xmas     I
and New Year's
Holidays
Faro and One-Third Tor tho
Round Trip
Pelivceii All Stations
Port Arthur 10 Vancouver nml
Branches
Going Dates December 21, 1911
to January 1, 1912
I'lnsl Return Limit, Jnn. Sth, 1912
I'or  furllur particulars upply to
nearest Agent, or to
R. G. MCNELUE,
District Passenger Agent
Calgary, Alberta
8ELKIRK     LODGE 12, 1.  O.  O. V.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited.
J.  S. HOOLEY.  N. O.
JAS.  MATHIE!,   Secretary.
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE,    No. MM.
OF I. O. F.
Meets in I. O   O. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera  House  every  second
and lourth Monday in  month.  Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Hec.-Hec.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp. No. lit.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each  month In    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Co». Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,   Olerk.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K.  ol    P.,
NO.  26,   REVELBTOKE,  B.   O.
Meets every  Wednesday  except   the
Third Wednesday ot each month     In
Oddlellows' Hall at 8 o'clock.  Visiting Knights are cordially invited.
J. Y. 8IMPBON, O. 0.
Q. H. BROOK, K. ol R. * 8.
u. oi r.
Cut flowers including ta, Carnations and Chrysanthemums
I   •  e
Make
arc ' i'i
your ie1e<;
grown in Western < anada,
rly .1, thi supply is limited.
E.   Q.   BURRIDQE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pip*
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
Oonnaught Awe.   -   Reveletoke
KOOTENAY     LODGE, No.  '*6 A. F.
and A.  M.
lingular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddlellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. in. Visiting brethren ere
cordially  welcome.
ROBT. GORDON, W. M.
W. B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
SOAP       in VP        IOAP    I'ln' lu -
elstoke Meal  Market in.    |u • open
. I      |p    ,     [|   ■ li     h I'm  nt    of   .-Ui'ift'n
famous   aoftpS,   iimnnK   which   nri1   tbe
Wool BoaP The Pride soap tbe
Uumdrj ",i|i toi lei soaps .ilio The
Pride cleaner, The prloes fm these
'sonpS ura rirlit. ho 1l1.nl Inll to oal-1
! mnI tnspeoi tiiiK great variety before
I purchasing your Ohrlstmas Boaps,
llii'luiMiH     now    In order rnrly.
ltcvclstnkr Oeneral Agencies, Ltd,
T.   NEWAL, Phono 206
Grccnhoi  i —    o yards wesl "I  I urnrnss livery barn
nut
and
NOTIOB—Hair     Work
combings.-Apply  Mrs
made    dom
llnuson.
jan, 2, :i, 1, 1012 Boeond Annual
Poultry Bhow to l« hr-i.t In Drill
Hall.
FOR 112 YEARS
POTTKE'S CELEBRATED AUSTRALIAN STOCK REMEDIES
Have Been Used With Success
Pour generation! havo improved thom until they have no
equal.
Keep your horses, cattle and other stock insured by having on hand a supply of Pottle's Remedies,
Sold in Revelstoko by ARMSTRONG & CO
JOHN POTTIE & CO., VANC01 VHR, H,C.
Wood for Sale
GOOD DRY OH GREEN FIR
OR HEMLOCK.   CEDAR
WOOD FOR SALE
Apply to
Chas. Turnross
Tuleiihons Hornsc N'. 91
HARVEY, McOARTKR
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,   Etc,
Imperial  Bank  Building  Revel
■toke, B. O.
Money to Loan.
Olllces—Kevelstoke,    B.   0.,     snd
Cranbrook, B. O.
Coo. S. McOarter,
A. M. l'inkliam, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Oranbrook
UOBERT SMITH,
Provincial Land  Huveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKRNZlE  AVE.,
BOX    1«fi.    RRVEt.BTOKB
W.      H.      WALLACE
A R C H 1 T If C T,
'   UOll.-i:   ."*,   vi
Telejibonv CuiVl1 No- ^15      ?• U. liox UH, Kevelstoke, tl.C,
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■ WEDNESDAY,  DEC.  201b,   1011.
THE n^C^IL-HERJLIlilD,  REVEILSTOK
WEDNESDAY,  DEC.  20tb,   1911.
IUM
STORES OPEN EVERY
NIGHT FROM NOW
TILL CHRISTMAS   .   .
Shop Early, only 6 days
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 2- fame 8t Co.. limited
TAKE ELEVATOR TO
DRY GOODS, TOY AND
FANCY GOODS DEPT.
See the New Cash Carrier
Three More Days Till Christmas
SHOP EARLY! Early in the week! Early in the day!
Early in the Evening! It is wise, it is thrifty! Stocks
are daily becoming depleted; still there are huge piles
of Holiday Merchandise and an endless variety of sensible and useful Gift articles for your seleclion. For
those who have not visited our Dry Goods House, Furnishings, Toys and Fancy Goods Departments [2nd.
Floor] this year. There is a revelation in Store. Come
and enjoy an hour looking over the stock.
A SEASONABLE CANDY BARGAIN-Sood, Pure Mixed Candy on Sale in Cur
Grocery Department,
Two lbs. for 25 Cents
Bargains Friday in Toys and Fancy Goods
Men's Furnishings fcr Xmas
Knitted Silk Neckties 75^ each
Four-in-hand Tics 50c to $2.50 each
How Ties 25c to 50c each
Mens Padded Mufflers 75c t0 $2-5° each
••    Full Dress Mufflers $3.50 t(S   4.50 each
••    Polder Mufflers   1.50 to   3.00 each
••    Knitted Mufflers 3.50 each
"    Excelda Handkerchiefs 15c or 2 for 25c
"    Linen Handkerchiefs 15c to 40c each
"    Linen Handkerchiefs, 0 in box,$i.2,s to $2.50
"    Silk Handkerchiefs .ioc to $1.50 each
••    Unlined Gloves * 1.50 to $2,00 per pfiir
••    Silk Lined Gloves...   1.50 to   3.00 per pair
"    Fleece Lined Gloves.  1.00 to   3.00 per pair
"    Fur Lined Gloves    3-5° per pair
"    Wool Gloves 50c to    1.25 per pair
Boys Lined Gauntlets    1.25 per pair
Boys Wool Gloves 35c per pair
Mens Suspenders, boxed in separate
fancy boxes at 75c to $2.00 per pair
"    Suspenders, set of Suspenders,
Armlets and Garters, at.. 75c   3.00 per pair
"    Set of Garters and Armlets $1,   1.25 per set
"    Set of Muffler and   Ties at. 2.50 per set
"   Knitted Phoenix Muffler at 50c each
"    fancy Hose in separate boxes
at 50c l0   3-50 Pcr Pair
"    Fancy Vests, Jaeger, at. .$4 to   O.00 each
"    Sweater Coatc at $3.50 to   5.50 each
" Smoking Jackets, at. . 4.50 to 5.50 each
" Dressing Gowns, at. . 9.00 to 15.00 each
"    I'mbicllas, fancy silver
or gold mounted, at .   3,00 to   .S.50 each
Our Xmas Display
('onu'in ninl Imili iipiour Xnuis Gro>
ceriea. We are opening up new gooda
every day. Tide la the time when you
want goodi for ymir Xmas dinner,
Siiimi Brewing, Bancte, 1'lcklei, Olivia,
Jam*,   Jellio*,   Spires,    l'mlilinga mill
I*1 mt Otke  111*1 made lur you.   The
beat nm iim Imi mi ihr 1 lii
Albums
Aprons
Alarm Clocks
Aviation Caps
Auto Veils
Art Goods
Ash Trays
Art Linens
B
Brushes
Barrettes
Bags, Hand
Bon Bon Dishes
Belts
Boxed Handkerchiefs
Baby Sets
Blouses
Bric-a-Brac
Bovs Suits
Balls
Baskets
Bibs
Bill Books
Biscuit Jars
Books
Boxed Paper
Carvers
Counterpanes
Combs
Child's Sets
Clocks
Corset Covers
Collars
Coats
Centre Pieces
Combing Jackets
Cuff Links
Corset Cover Lengths
Caps
Urumb Trays
Chi
maware
The onl) China that everyone «miis
yon "ill tiii'i in mir department. We
havr jusi placed mi our table* one   nl
tlie beat ahowlnga orUni Olaaa, China,
Dinner and Tea Beta ever efiowii In
Revelatoke, Be* mir dlaplaj "i Royal
Crown, Derby, MoorcroftChina, lancj
Cnpa and Banceri, Braeiware, Vaae*
.m'l Japaneac ware,
Dress Lengths
Dressing Gowns
Dresses
Dress Bows
Dressing Sacques
Doylies
Dusters
Dining Sets
Doylies
Gloves
Girdles
Gaiters
Gowns
H
Hose Boxed
House Dresses
Handkerchiefs
Hose Supports
Hair Goods
Hair Ornaments
Hat Pins
J
Jabots
Jewellery
Jabot Pins
Japanese Goods
Jewel Boxes
K
Kimonas
Knit Goods
Leather Goods
Linen Goods
Ladles
Laces
Laundry Bags
M
Magic Lanterns
Mufflers]
Mitts
Match Holders
Moustaches
Mats
Mittens
Mirrors
Muffs
Muslin Pieces
N
Nail Files
Nail Clips
Neckwear
Napkin Rings
Napkins
Needle Cones
Night Gowns
Nut Bowls
Puff Boxes
Pillow Slips
Photo Frames
Petticoats
Prono Drape
Pictures
Pin Cushion
Plaques
Pin
Perfume
Pouches
Purses
R
Ribbons
Riticules
Runners
Ribbon Sets
s
Shaving Sets
Salt Sets
Scissor Sets
- Sachets
Sachet Bags
Scarfs
Skirts
Satchels
Silk Scarfs
Silk Skirts
Silk Waists
Silk Dresses
Silk Hose
Sashes
Sponge Holders
Scratch Pads
Sewing Sets
Shaving Mirrors
Shawls
Soap Boxes
Stationery
T
Toilet Sets
Table Covers
Tablets
Towels
Tray Cloths
Toys
Tooth Brushes
Tray Cloths
u
Umbrellas
Underskirts
Veils
Vases
w
Waists
Waist Lengths
Wool Goods
Whisks
Whisk Holders
Work Boxes
Christmas Shoes
Ladies Felt Juliettes. leather sole at $1.75 per pair
Ladies Felt Bedroom Slippers. $1 to $1.50 pcr pair
Ladies K id pumps at   3 to   4.50 per pair
Ladies Patent Pumps at   4 to   5.00 per pair
Ladies Patent Leather Boots at 4 to   5.00 per pair
Infants soft sole Boots at 50c tOI.65 per pair
Infants Felt Slippers at 40c te 60c per pair
Childrens Felt Slippers at 50c to 75c per pair
Misses Felt Slippers at 50c to $1.35 per pair
Mens Felt Slippers at $1.50 to    2.00 pcr pair
Men's Leather Slippers at. . 1.75 to 2.50 per pair
Mens Pullman Slippers at. . 2.50 to 4.50 per pair
Mens and Womens Kozy Travelling Slippers
at $4.50 pcr pair
Boys Moccasins at *i-50 and    1.75 per pair
Pipes and Leather Goods
Pipe sets of 2 or more pipes, I6.00 to $20.00 per set
Meerschaum Pipes   3.00 to    io.oj each
Case Brier Pipes    1.25 to     9.00 each
Cigar Cases 7510     3.50 each
Cigar Holders 75 to      2.50 each
Calabash Pipes    2.75 to     4.50 each
Collar  Boxes    1.00 to     2.00 each
Military Brushes   in leather
casts '. . . .   3,jo to
Suit Cases	
Grips	
7.So pair
!-75 to 40.00 each
2.00 to   40.00 each
Boys Clothii
fs uothmg
Boys Suits $2.95 to 115.00 per suit
Boys Scout Suits from     3.50 per suit   up
Boys Neckties ,5C t0 75c cac|,
Xmas Gifts
Wiih the Xni.is leaeoti now here, you
nil want tn wive   somebody eometfalllg.
Don'l imi nn the ipnr ol tlie moment.
l.,„.l iiri'iuiil and ice the ililTerenl ili*-
playe. See oui lable ol Chriitmaa
..tinmn*- Von will buy i( you take
iho trouble to looii them over. We
bave  thi* year the largest and beat
slock on llic in.11 I.'i
Fruil
ruits
We have .i«si received mir car nl Ximi*
Groceries Thia lia* bet" 1; one ol llie
beat year* in mn I>n*inrs9. 'AV ate
kIvIujj yon the benefit ol nur busbies*
by inuMug om groceriea na low as wc
ponsiwii can. Our allowing ol 'fable
Ratline, Datea, Piga, Japanese orangea
Paela, Oradgea, IfCUioua, and all your
WtnU lm NmiiM CCU be procured here.
Confectionery
The Inline lor tbe little one* is now
Ibeil up anil nit tlie n'"*' thing! thai
please tbe little (oiks. A look nl our
Cand) Department will ilio* both old
alld yOUUg tbat tlie good things ev
hlfllted in our Candy ilepartment* arc
equal to any other on the market.
Mince Meat
Did yon tiyaii) ol ont Mince Ment in
bulk.' If jou huve not. why not? It
is maile of the fine*! Fruits, Meat* anil
Spice-- obtainable, Taken few pounds
home and cnjoi une ol lbe ureal, Ihr,
brawn, luscious, »p|>eti*iiii; pie*.
08T IT AT IlfMK'S. WEDNESDAY. PEC.  TOtli.  IMT.
THE MAIL-HBKALB,  BEVEILSTOK
WEDNESDAY,  DOC.  BOtU,  1011.
Mens Department
FURS FOR EVERYBODY
Ladies Pony Fur Coats 52-in. long $90
Isabella Fox set
Persian Lamb set
Men's Christmas  Ties
Plain  Poplin and  Fancy Silks,  four-
in-hand and splendid variety of colors
Fancy" Suspenders
Fancy'" Combination Sets
Astrachan set
Mar Seal set
Suspenders, Armlets and Gaiters
Persian Lamb Paw set
Separate Armlets
Black Coney set
Cuff Buttons
Ladies Fancy Waists
Fane/" cTWufflers
Fancy Back Combs and  Barrett
Silk Handkerchiefs
Fancy Collars and Fancy Belts
House Coafs
Fancy Xmas Umbrellas
Linen Tailored Waists
Dressing Gowns
Slippers
Suit Cases and Trunks
and Bov's Sweaters
Ladies Mantles and Suit Department
Ladies Kid Gloves, lined and unlined
Kid Gloves
Umbrellas
Tie Pins
Sweaters
seating capacity tor thc crowds who
wlBb to Bee their new lino nf photo
plays.
Vour trunk deliver to any pari ol
the city on time. Phone H7C, Cum-
mtng'a Transfer Oo.
i roursi«r's new supply of Beml-hard
coal will (five lots of heat, will last
well and is tree from gas and
smoke. 2t.
The  slupiiiK      floor  and  ventilators j
, installed during the  pnst week are a
great change lor the better, and
| everybody says the Star is lust be-
! coming the     most* up-to-date picture
show in B. 0.
Mutt and Jell, the famous newspaper comics, have been causing a
lot of laughter during thc past.week,
and anyone who can see these artists
perform for lifteen minutes without
laughing needs a doctor  right, away.
Revelstoke Prize Winners
.iih'T, he allowed n man, whom b=
believed lnuooent, to be put. to death
The man who rejects Christ. today.
ai tlle face of all the evidence in his
favor is practically doing what I'ii
ate did. The quartette sang, "Take
Me 0 My Father" during the oiler -
tory. In the atternoon Mr. Robinson
addressed tbe men's meeting at the
V.M.C.A., where his message was
greatly  enjoyed.
THE CITY IN BRItf
1   ..,,    tl      * '   :     •'','' a!'lillt     '"'
ng Vancouver  through  a lirm
,haI  | nation at stake.—Le-
toki   and   Vancouver.
Sei   ' The  Sergeant"  at the Kdison
■   *   _-ht.
I*, ...       at tin   hospital will not
receive on Friday, the 22nd Inst.
■   ,i     ...    lery at least  once
ii-'k.
\i:      '        'I mu*     will nol  rece v
•   Tl ursdaj    Dec.  21st.
NOTICE—Hair      Work      made    from
combings.-Apply   Mrs.   Hanson.
Mrs.  J.  K.   Johnson and son     arrived  on   Sunday   last   from Toronto.
Manning  wishes you  to  particular*
•    *  .   cheap prices of his toys
ihi.-   year.
Tht  Royal Templars have arranged
■ *.. ■  ran " Ings regularly from
.: in   thi   ' i'l.lfi'li"ws   Hall, where
tney have rented a lo'dge room     for
i'ce year.
The eilk Bcarfes won  by  MiBB  Vera
Bell  at  the  Catholic  Bazaar,     we"'
j   Mrs. Matz, not by    Mrn.
Lonzo    as   »'as   inadvertently  stated
in oui
fea *  thi  Girls     Auxiliary
Lal  irom i p.m.
.. ij   .!• .   i uursday  at   i.    li.
:*,*;   Saturday
VOUR   XMAS    FRUITS
We have in -Hock evert thing lb tl you re-quire foe i iiui
Xmas Gakes, I'mklitigs  and   Mince   .Meal.    All   fiv-.li
.nnl gfoo.l,   i*i,*liuling New   Raisins,   Currants,   Peels,
l-'ijfs, Hu.".   Kills, dr.
NEW    DRIED    FRUITS    All our   New Dried
biuit*-. have arrived and thoy are certainly nice.    Thev
consist of Aprlcols, Peaches, Prunes, big-.   Pears nnd
Apples.   OUR    GOODS   ARE  THE   BEST
OUR PRICES ARE  RIGHT.
A. HOBSON,       -      MacKenzie Avenue
DOMINION  TRUST COMPANY STOCK
-hares of Dominion Trust  Stock
\\ i .-ne offering f"i sale 30 11
at U9U.C0 n share.
Tlii*-is an  excellent  investment   paying   from
cent, on monev  alld  will   be  accepted
security at any Bank.
Price ni Stock will advance after tii si ol year.
lo  in  per
- collateral
KOOTENAY AGENCIES LIMITED
I See the splendid program at tbc
E sun tonight. World's champion
sl..ii  baseball gume.
It.  W.   Hume and     Mrs.  Hume,    of
Florenceville, N    D., arrived tn town
I y sterday and will spend  the     winter
: visiting  their sons here.
■neUuiS-      ,,,  our  nest   issu.   we   hope  to   pub
Hume s  j,..*,, a rcport ,,[     the     Presbyterian
church concert,  which Is held over fm
BUSINESS LOCALS
Before
don't
which
Secretary Smythe of the Revelstoke
Poultry Show, this morning received at 3:30 p.m.
a wire from Kiulerby which states
that at tho poultry show held yesterday in that town, 11. F. MeKinnon took 1st ami 3rd iu cockerels,
2nd and 3rd in cocks, 1st hen and 2nd
pullet.; while R. Smythe got 3rd pullet, 2nd pen in Barred Rocks; Bull
Rocks, cockerel 2nd, 1st and 2nd pullet and White Rocks, 3rd cock. Mr.
F. W. Laing, took all awards in Rose
Comb 13iiff Leghorns. Fred Fleetham
took all awards In Silver Laced Wyandottes and Rhode  Island  Reds.
Tlie late Frank Holten
Wc r.-gre.t to have to chronicle the
snd death of Mr. Frank Holten, who
passed away at Hevelstoke on the
18th innl. The deceased was 37 years
of age. For a number of yearB the
lato Mr. Holten was a miner and
prospector in the Lardeau and bad a
host of friends all over the district,
to whom the news ol his denth will
come as a severe shock.
The funeral will take place Irom
the residence of Mr. Charles Holten,
tomorrow,  Thursday,   December  21st,
Progressive Citizen
you     start    mit     Shopping
fail     I.*   read tWa column, |commodttWon for
s  bristling with  pointers for
the   bargain   seeker.
at   in*.'
sk.ites.   hockey  sticks.
I)
;■■ stersl
; lack of space.
!   crctary
rea                *  tbe '.ii*-     tuniliar) *   crctary     Si ythc of the  Poultrj
I.:' In*,   ii*   ,  iii.    I   in   :  i'.u..   >li show,  states  that   he   has  received  a
lay an     '>'   '          ;t '     li.  !''""   - ,,i,  handsome Bilver medal from the
•"""V                                               i'l..;     al Kooteuay   Agencies  ol   Hns  citj
I *  .. - ■•■   posters.
.
'     ■   i: fetal   u     m  Tl ui     * ^t,„.,. ,„ ,hl, Howson  block, ai
"    ■   *    omplete  itock trom a     *
■    '      !"  ' to a big rteel rauge,
ll
The Revelatoke Hardware Cumpanj
ire now  getting Bettled  in their nc.
Sni ai shoes,
at   Bourne Bn
house
Bom .*
Boneless b un at  Mi I
Thi •   Hm   n om - to n   I  Ioi
ing,       *   *
Manning's  >ti*re.
■
ilti
the M      'i* tafl
tbe Mail
■   issued i*ii S
itmas  week ami Sut-
*  .*.   'i **.ii .-
tb  til     ■' - ie   id
i luef Dispatchei  C. A. i
Sunday  last  on  a  two months
east.   He  will   visit   New   Ymk
other     points.   J.  H.  Armstrong    Is
acting  chief  dispatcher  during     the
■p. i* ol Mr, CotterlU.
-
ol coa   '
t.
Mm
| from
'
Phone for Train Dispatrhhq
Last Tuesday al midnight, thc use
of telephones for train dispatching
to points west of here was commenced, while phones have been in use for
train diBpatching east ol here for
some time. In fact phones are in use
from Kamloops to Winnipeg now for
train dispatching purposes.
The phone system is claimed to be
very satisfactory, as the dispatcher
can give his orders direct, without
the Intervention of a third party. It
is, however, very confining tor the
diapatcber, as he has practically to
be at the phone all the  time.
LATEST NEWS
Regarding Mail Service on lirrtw
lades
From tbe following I°ttcr it will
I e seen that the prospects of mail
service on the Arrow LnkeB is even
brighter than us published elsewhere
in this issue:
Winnipeg,  lice,   llth, 1911.
F.  W.  Laing,  Esq.,
Secretary Board ol Trade.
Revelstoke, B. C.
Dear Sir. Your letter regarding ac-
mail clerk mi the
1 Am.iv Lake steamer reached me, and
j In reply I have to state that it is
not the intention of the Post utlice
Department to put a mini clerk on
the run until January 1st, ami Mi.
Macleod, th.* Superintendent of the
Ibillwa Ma1 Service at Vancouver,
lms st.at.Mil ti* mr General Superin -
tendent there that It would be satis-
o long as we provided ac
cnmmi     I hy    that   time.   The
have  been     prepared
and  Mr,  Busteed  will  go over   them
Mr.  Macli thai  the   work
m.iy lie taken In hand and completed
'  the  year.
I truat 1 ■ ll make it clear
mr mind that the Railway Com-
•
GEORGB  IirRY.
Vice ! md General Mang,
Mr. ll. Tapping, licensed bill poster of this city is nothing il not progressive, he hns just purchased ten
thousand feet ol No. 2C galvanized
uon-nistable sheet steel iron. Mr.
Tapping says that ere the advent of
spring he expects to hnve one of the
most up to date advertising plants
in the upper country right here at
Revelstoke.
Mr. Tapping has been a keen observer In the progress of Revelstoke for
the past twenty-live years and has
mil ounded faith iu tlie future growth
oi this city.
COMING EVENTS
D
ecember
2S
Ladies'
Auxiliary
to
K  of  R
. T
Dance in
Opera House.
J
inuary
16-
"Private
Secretary"
at
tl:e  Opera
House.
Ian. 26—The famous Ferguson's Jubilee Singers considered the licit col
ored concert company on the road.
Bdison  theatre.
February 9—Everett Kemp, Iniperson
a I or, auspices of St. John's church
at  the  Bdison theatre.
Feb. 2G—The Oastlesqtiare lOaler-
Ininers in high class concert ut tho
1'1'lison theatre.
April —The Royal Male Quartette,
auspices of St. John's church, iu
the Bdieou theatre.
Jan. 2, 3, 4, 11)12—Second Annual
Poultry Show to be held in Drill
Hall.
Moving pictures at the Bdison theatre tonight.
FINE TABLE LINENS
TTO
CHRISTMAS
[CHOPPERS
Could anything make a
more acceptable gifi than a
nice linen table cloth, with a
ilo/.en napkins to match?
We are showing some
very pretty designs, and all
guaranteed pure linen.
Hemstitched Table Cloths
with Napkins to match.
GUARANTEED GLOVES
No one has too many gloves, and nothing is
more appreciated. We have them in all colors and
sizes, and will exchange any colors or sizes.
We have a nice lot of long Kid Gloves in all
sizes.
NEW SCARVES
We have a very pretty lot of Head ^carves in
wool silk and chiffon, Some are plain, some llow-
ered and some are prettily.beaded in opal,dew-drop
or gold.    Trices range from 75c to $4.1'0.
McLennan <Zb Co.
Annual Meeting ot L 0. L
The annual meeting ol L.O.L. No.
1668, was held in the lodge room on
Friday evening last, l>cc. 15th. A
large number of the brethern beiug
present. During the evening three
new member.- were ballot ted for and
accepted aud three affiliated Iiy ccr -
tilirute from other lodges. Four degrees were pui mi during the even -
ing. The lollowiug olliccrs were elected lor the ensuing year and were
duly, installed by P. M, Bro. Frank
Mclntyre  of  Saskatchewan;
W. M.—VV.  J. Armstrong.
I).  M.-W. >'.  Leslie.
Chap.—Kev.  It.  J. Mclutyre.
Itec. Sec.—H. McKinney.
Fin. Sec. & Tresis.--T. Steed.
Sec—H.  F.  May.
I),  of (*.—J*  H* Armstrong.
Committee men—1st, Warren Andrew; 2nd, \V. A. McMahon; 3rd, D.
Duncan; 4th, J. I). Oalder; 6th, Jno.
Buchanan.
Organist—J.   I'..  Matheson.
The scrutineers at the election of
odiccrs were, Bros. J. Ca'illn, Kamloops; V. Woodland, Golden; and J.
Goble,  Kenora.
CHRISTMAS CHEER
Donations of l'i nil.
J of Cln tstinas Cheer
I received if left at the
j iluiing Ibis week.
Jam, or any kind
nill be gratefully
Hospital   alii lime
Mclntyre Has the Very Best
FOR CHRISTMAS TREES
Fancy dosses. Birds, etc
Books, Tops, Drums,  Bells, etc.   of chocolate
per packet
Nicely Colored Candles, per packet
Give us the order for Fresh Fruits and Nuts
We wil give j oj the best.
for 5c.
oc.
15c
JOHN MCINTYRE & SON
Sen   week   the   8ui
St. John's church will bold then* annual  sleigh   ride  and   Chi  rttn
social.   Alter  enjoying  the  ride    the
I ', ..lien  will meet  in  the
1 tbi  cburcb, when-     refreshment
-erved.
treat   to thi
t'hurcl      '      Eng
pei -*■     on
i*.
: .." in  thi Ul
ii tereated    in
i
f
l    *..:.-    I. . '*   . .
ll   -p.tui,   are      i.i.s. *..
-. ..'.  fui nishll | a ■ ;.
toki
,.   ..   tea    **   •'■   Ineeduj
B   H
I turday At the  dui tat
r, m -  ;■ in * to aerial     witti
lady lectures
he      g.,'..ii,ni.-i.i   il  Minding
:   firm
I iffing  pui i   -
,1   \|   !    •
* 1* . ■
reel
•M.*i   •;
ied by
on ol     mii-
world.
\ ■
vi, . .1 Manning's store
Mi   garet      \     Stewart, a     Calgarj
I al   Bevel
*   poultry   show   tune    She
, • ..    , ■   i,-. tures in   ooktng
poultry fui  demon
, or will gn-.* ..  li'
entitled     \  Woman's Bxpei
■   ,.'*«H."
-
.'I .
II*      •■   * - hm!
movii . m rtg't  trans
(er   Phone
i in*  ii, ,*    ■
11" at *
•'ev, Mr. Pobinson
s,,n of Toronto
of the Presbyter
lenrleea last. Bun
 Idressea
I** tbe '• *  took as his    Bub
■ • i      i tii   y. ed ".• "f the Witt Tbous
.   clearly      and
■••■•n   those with
; ■» talent e of  jreal  use in
,•  they   would  ■:.
*.   of thi i
•  iker   said
*   *
•■
fl
-;    .-.*
*        ' *
■
GIAL
In Saskatoon Property
12
Only
Each
Only Two Miles from Post Office
Quarter Down, Balance in 3, 6, 9 and 12 Months
BEWS'   DRKi   STORE
New Books for Xmas Gifts
Tho Sinner ol the Kootetwy $1 *-'
rollowmg of the Star
Hu. I.i*.
Cbso of Richard W-.-ynell
Mm lliiliilibt;   \v i"'
Miiry Mldthom
  r..i Mii uo in* ■
The Money Moon   Karnol
Life Ever astlng   Cori lb
Tho Fourth Watoh   Cud)
Adventures In Contentment
Boys Own. «r)8 Own,Scout
Book and  Chums, i sell.
Chatter Pox
I.
I.IKI
nn Unbroken line of the most
Up-To-Date Fancy Goods
oolloctotl  Irom iho World's
n  sl  Markets,  ircluilmn
Sevorai hundred dlfioront linos
in Ebony Goods
Parisian   Ivory  and White Celluloid Cooda
Vantmee, rorfumce and  Toilet
Waters
Ceisha,   Wlstcrin    nnd    LoUie
Flowors
Fine Leather Bags, Card Casos
1'noi.r■., ets.
Waterman and  Swan Founluln
Pens
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Xmas Novelties in All Men's Wants
*    h  Pop! '
Tics, Mi-; ' Drei Mm'
Gowns and Smoking Jackets.
Sole Agent! for Fit-Reform Clotl
ami Fool Kil»' Shoes.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
FRST   STREET
A glance nt the statistics showing the marveldusdevelopment tek-
i.-.y \,\i\iv iu Sa&i.Llu.n will icadily convince you of the great
possibilities of thia eity as a real estate investment. The average
increase in Saskatoon Realty for tlie last three years is 502 per
cent.   What better interest could you want on your money '.'
Saskatoon
Saskatoon
Saskatoon
has grown from 8)000
in 11MIG to 20,000 in
1911.
for ion has doubled
the building permits
of 1010.
has over one   hun-
il r ed    wholesalers
located there.
Saskatoon
Saskatoon
Saskatoon
has nine operating
lines of railway.
distributes to 181
thriving towns and
villages.
will have a street
car system operating
next Spring.
The starling of the Street Car System more than doubled in value
suburban property in Calgary 24 years ago. Tha same thing is
bound in happen in Saskatoon next Spring. These lots we are
offering are well situated being close in, adjoining lho City Park
and arcsuch exceptionally good value at $250 that we arc safe in
predicting that Ihey will be worth $400each in one year's time.
WE ARE PREPARED TO GUARANTEE EVERY SALE
SEE US AT ONCE ABOUT THIS BARGAIN
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
\
E. Q. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
I ^ ■ninm
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