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Vol. 17-No.   105
HEVKLSTOKH. B. C. JANUARY [3  1911
$2.50 Per Year
ELECTRIC HXTURES
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Complete   with    Lamps
■■ides   Special   $5.00
and
Hut Point Electric Irons
$6.50
National lla hit Irous
4, 6, s Pounds
$5 Up
Electric Radiators
Instant heat.   J List vs hat
is wanted  fur this cold
Snap,
$12.50
Electric Sieves
Boil    Water   in   a   lew
ni in n les
$4 50 Up
Electric An Glass Canopies
$15 Up
Electric Portable lamps
$3 Up
llylo Lamps
1 lo 9. 1 to 10 t. p.
other Lamps
4, 5, 8, 16.,25, .12 c. p.
Stock Complete
25 Cts  Up
Tungsten Camps. 25. 40,
60. 100 and 250 Candle
Power. Wire Drawn Hlma-
ments.
85c. Up
One Million and a Half lncrecse-18 per cent. Increase in Provinces Revenue—Large Public
Work Expenditure
Vn
11 0. Jan. 12—Tin- third I of thi railway  Mils is Irninferred to
'-inn if the 12 li k'gi ill nro i'|i nnl
it .'I o'clock Thursday afternoon,
I'm!.  1 ly lhe f ;ii urr-   * [   tlir  «|'i.'cli
* m tbe I hr me whieh wil excite the
mi .■ t inter et I I hrorghont the province
ie i irshudowing of measures for further enctu'nglug ot railway oonsiruc-
i in in BrilUb Columbia     There ie a
I ub'e inleresl attaching to Ibe new
ailway policy ol Prei tier McBride le
saute of the general belief ih.it upon
it ho will g')  to  the cjiintiy   in  the
■.nly mi in nn'r.   Details ol this  policy
ir. dot (xpicted to ho imrcduccd  (or
s iveral weeks!
The speech nlso culls attention in
i patriotio way to lhe accession ul
K'ing George snd ilie ooming ul the
Duke of Connaught. An ad wi 1 le
i'-i*- i.t'd to nuke possible h oominis-
the provincial lands depa tniout, The
formal opening of the new provincial
university is i xpooted in I'.U I.
The public acoounts for t'e la-t
Oompleted fiscal yenr whicli were pro-
senled to the provincial legislature to-
d.iy hy Finance Minislei K lison,show
the nui-luc'ory condition ol the country's bimnes.", and its substantia]
growth during the twelve months under review, an incru-e i.i revenue
ov.-r that of last year ol $1,618 150 33
being recorded, while the increase in
the aggregate of publio expenditure
inuointed t.o $1,811 809 08
EIGHTEEN I'EII ' I.M lUIN
AnaljEij of the Heveral sources ff
provincial inoome producing the gen-
1'ial increase of slightly better limn
18 per cent in revenue indicates development ana expansion in all departments prcpoiliouatuly well main-
tuiiied.
Expenditures   throughout   the year
1
SHOWED UNDER
James Findlay Secures [lection
-Moyor Marty is Defeated
in Victoria.
VanCui vi*;ii, B. i'., Jan. 11. After
defeating the opponents in two successive years, Mayor Tnylor, of Vancouver,
went down to defeat to-night in hia al-
u nipt iu in- re-elected for n third lerm
tu succeed himself. James Pimllay,
former president nf the Vancouver Con-,
servative Association, won hy abont
1200 votes, Nearly HI,000 votes were
polled.
fn the business districts of wards one
and two Findlay secured a lead of I.U'IO.
It was claimed by Mr. Taylor that he
had the laboring men's district in the
east end soliil, but thev* did UOt overcome lhe lead [that Findlay secured In
Ihe west end and the hii; residential
districts south of False Creek, including
Fairview and Mount Pleasant, which
gave a decisive majoi ity for Findlay.
Mori.i-v DBt'BATBD
VICTORIA, B. C, Jan. 11. I. I.. Beck-
with was elected mayor ct Victoria today, defeating A, J. Morley who has
occupied the position for four terms.
The vote was- Beckwith, 2,070; Morley
2,021; nia.'orilv, 40.
F
-ion loun of goveinujeut in Vancouver hue heen chiefly upon public wot lie
Reference is   also   made   to  Premier pi a permanent and   reproductive  na-i
Mc Uriel' r negotiations with tl e led rii|iu;e,  which  remain a subitamisr as-
g  tin,menl hy ivhijb   admiiiistrnti n   set to the province.
High School Examinations
Following are the examination
marks of the pupils of the Revelstoke
High School (or the months ol November and December;
Below 50 innicates 11 weakness, and
below     114,    the  student  enmc  below
Dominion Appropriations
men  have  titted  up a  class  room  for
themselves     in    the  basement where
— ; pass standard.
Class A, examined iu Latin
Latin  grammar,   literature,
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
LIMITED
HSSSSTOl
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Imperial Bank of Canada S>
Hoad Office   Toronto, Ontario. Q
Capital Subscribed - 6.000.000.00 £
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
£>,996.00v.CO
5,996,000.C0
$72,000,000.00
Hi inches ar Agents 11 all prluoip.il n* lota In Oanada. I
AgtnU lo QreM Britain and United Slates   London, England, (
Lloyds Bank, Limited.    1 ",»• n,"   1*' *-.t National Hank, r«i.nK>-
cbange National Bank.   Seii.i.    s„ti I" National Bank, Hhu Kiwi- <
eisco—Walls ETargO Nevada  National Hunk.     Spokane—Exchange (
National Biink.
Savings Bank Department
V        Deposit! of Sl and onward, ww lived, and Interval allowed at
O  current rata from date of deposit.   Oorreapondence aolioJted. '
x     Revelstoke Branch—*. B.McClaneghan, Mgr.    J
f>0O-0OOOO<H> O-OO 0K>OO-CK>O-CK><KH>
int.,n.i, Jan 10—The mam estimates were tabled In the House this
1 ternoon, and they sliow, consolidated fund •; 14,11 1,304, and capital
•11 170,873, .1 total ol H49.789.677,
' ompared with (109,616,917, -16,4 .2,
i.'i and > 1 .'• 1 *.< 17-•.:...-. the corresponding figures im* iu* current  year.
Por Improvements     to    Vancouvei
harbor $51  Is set  down for that
purpoBC,   and   a   like   iimoinit   is   also
.■Mile tor Improvements to    thc
harbor at \ Ictoria.
Public   buildings:   Ashcroft    public
buildings,   •>"'.'    1 hllltwack    public
buildings, 136,000; 1 ranbrook public
buildings, $38,000; Dominion public
buildings, renewals, Improvements
ami repairs, 19,0 >, Uraud Forks puh
lie buihliiiKS, $40,000; Greenwood puh
lie buildings, (25,000; Merritt pub -
I lie   buildings,   {la.'sin,   .Nanaimo   puh -
lie  buildings, extension,  (10,   Nei
.-on public building, ad.litmus,  -.
Prince Rupert,  pui.lie building,
Prince Rupert, quarantine station. (84,000; Quesnel pui.lie building,
addition, (1,000; Revelstoke publle
buildings, (30,000; Ninth Vancouver
puldic liiul,uu.-. (Ml.urn \ ancouver
examining warehouse, (300,000; Ver
■ion public building, (10,000; \ ictorln
post 'Uur improvements,  810,000; WH-
uthors
French
comfortable »'ltlloIS' Kre"ch  grammar,  geometry
uud  physics.   The  murks  nfter    eneb
quarters and the young ladies are to
occupy  the vestry.
U the social on Thursday evening
.111 invitation was extended to all
the young people to join one or othei ol these classes. Bach class lms
its own monthly social evening und
it is the intention to have these union mc.als at frequent intervals. Tbe
first was declared a splendid success
by everyone present.
HI M LfiUiiLlJta
MKTHOD1ST OHUROH.
Servie.s 011 Sunday at 11 a.m. and
7:80 p.m. Sunday school and Bible
classes at '2:i'.D p.m. Bpecial music
will be rendered by the Junior choir
in the morning and by the Senior
choir in the evening. On Wednesday
al 8 p.m. a social and literary celling Will lie given by the ESpwortb
League.   Thursday    evening,   Junior
ebon practice, Friday evening, Ben
mr choir practice. A cordial welcome
awaits the public at all the Bervioss
of the ctfbrch.
l'llKSHVlKHUN   CHURCH.
itci      j.   v.. Btevei ron, Ml.i 1
Clearing Oi't at Cost Price
Bargains for Old  and Young in
Ladies' and Children's Wear
Mrs. A, G, Crick, * First Street
liamaosad     quarantine   station,   im-
provements and rrpalrs to buildings  Regulni  services tomorrow .■'* il it
and furniture, etc., »4n,ooo. m. and 7:3n p.m.   .Sunday set) ul .* *
  In ',*  classes ut 2:il) p.m.    WftHlu   i
hum- 1 m.i.I ,,11 Wolvsduy tec, n: ,11
>, 1 clock, In the mor .I.J 3 the -a1*
11 ct   of t ,e addrCH   .• ,'l  ' a     '..Hioi *
Under the beading ol   Harbors and
Rivera,   lu the   recent Dominion os
1,mates,   we   lind   the   lollowiug   from
which   can   be  Hecn  that      Hevelstoke
bus not  been forgotten:
Columbia and Kootenuj rivers, Im
provemeata, (35,000; Columbia and
tenaj rivi rs, wharfs, (36,000; 1 lo
lumbia river, survey from boundary
it.th view to determine cost of rendering  river natigable,   (80,000.
mil tioii," and in the even.Dg   it int
,  Acoeptable und  'An,.'   i:<.-.. buoy
welcome  t" these wvii***,.    Tu    *   «"I
lie . nfteen minute >tf .1 r.-riial le
, . 1 In mi 1 uiug servl..: nnl .1.1.n*
1:. ■ 1 'a 1 tort Mr, . 11..1. 1 iwretice
*. ill sing ' Une .- v . • ,;. .',, Jinin
Thi •-fc.lit.■•
NEW YEAK SPECIALTIES
Eastern Poultry of All Kinds.
Locui Milk Fed Turkeys and Chickens
Olympia and Eastern   ' sters
Smells. Shrimps. Cit
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
Wholesale and Retail Produce and Meats
Bible Class Social
The  tit"  I.i! ie Class's ol   SI. Johns
cburcb  held a very successful social
011   lh 'lung     There   was     11
.1 ti illume oi tiie members     ol
• ela        together with a number
name indicate the marks obtained in
the above order of subjects:
Fred Fraser—8U, 90, SIS, 100, TG, DH,
98.   Average 8H.
Bertha Hobbs—76, ss. 70, 'i'2, 1)0, 87
71. Average  s:i.
Douglas    MeCarter—SJ,  56,  61,    7."),
72, 03,  82.    Average 74.
Harold Gordon—78, 81,  46, 88,    78,
88, 50.   Average  7:1.
Muriel Porter—74, 82, 07, 66, 07,86
04.    Average  72.
Vnl Tomlinson—77, 75, 02. 75, 04,
71.  T).   Average 72.
.May Field—81,8(1, 45, 71, 74. 72, 77.
Average 71.
Alfred Tapping— 7:1, 79, 02. <17, 55,
IM.   Average 70.
I.eon Coursier—7(1, 118, 02, 78, 50, 09
Average 70.
Irene Procunler—71, 46, 48, 66, 01,
87,  92.   Average 07.
Donald ('aider- tie). 00, 02, 80, 06,
7:t,  04.   Average 07.
Gladys UrquhaPt—70, 51, 63, 6'J, 4u
93,  86.   Average 07.
Fred Lyttle—S<l, 68, 56, 69, 51. M,
80,    Av. rage 60,
Class II, examined in Latin .*:.011
mar, literature, Knglish grammar,
French authors, French grammar,
Botany:
Knte Simmonds—79, 91, 100, 92, 71
75. Average 85.
Lily Moran—05, 100, 100, 96, 06, 77
Average 81.
Laura Johnson—51, 80, Khj, 09, 82,
76. Average 70.
Sheila Dickey ."i7, 81, !(2. 75, 57,
70.   Average 72.
Kdiia Corson—on, 65, 92, 80, 50, 66.
Average 70.
Kathleen Blbbald—46, tl, 58, 60,46,
77. Average 07.
Oharles Mcttne—lO, 49, 32, 03, 2'J,
59,   Average 40.
class   e,    examined in literature,
French,   Kiu'lu.b   composition,   l.ut.ii,
drawing,   algebra,  arithmetic:
Lucy  Illock—80,   18,  04, 99, 02
89, Average S5.
Bertha Daniels—91,
100, 75.   Average sn.
Henry   Johnson—91
BOURNE BROS,
Dealers in Hardwcre cf All Kir.ds.
Guns. Ammunitirn,   Harness,   Hcrse  Blankets,  H/u'pe
Stoves. Ranges, Enamel and Tinware
Faints,  Oil,  Varnish, Etc.
Crockery  and Glassware
S!
Plumbing, Heating
We are prepared to undertake any work in this line
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables
A Very larqe stock of Fresh and Up-to-Date
Carried in This Department
Hay.   Grain and Feed
Agents for McClary's Famous Stoves, Sherwin-
Williams Paint Co.,  Canadian Oil
Companies, Ltd.
We pay special attention to Mail Orders and Shipping
to Outside Points.
h
BIG REMOVAL SALE ON during month of January
BOURNE  BROS.
Hardware Dealers      GROCERS      McClary's Stoves
J
mo,
50,   66,   '12,   87,
51,  50,  31,  18,
n.
TEA
TEA
TEA    TEA
We hav
ami Gol
mnke a
ninl   Ki
others,
G.
s jusi received 8 fresh new stock of Teas
deluding ih" Bell Blend.   We also
specialty of Blue Ribbon, Salads, Tetley's
!'"• bj b,   Moon Suen,  liilv< r -n oon and
(im stock nt' i'i ii, * s Is unsurpassed.
w.
BELL
P. O. Box '208            GIIOC! R & BAKER            Phono No   :j
0ATHOL1O CHUKCIl
Bt. Francis   of   Assisu     Oatbolla
church,  corner ol    Kllth    street    uud
MeKun/ie aventie.
Services-—On    all    Sundays,   except
the fourth of eaeh mouth.    Low mass
with I'oniiiiunion  ol  Ihe Faithful    at  13, 95.   Average 80.
8 a.m.      High  Mass at    10:30 a.  ni., |    I'lHiu  McCarthy—77,  71,  75.  16
„f Invited  guests.   The  lirst. part    of   Ohristiau    Doctrine   for children     at   uihsenl   Alg.  Arith.j      Avorngc 80.
the program    ounslsted ol   a piano *'M i>*,n'   Rotary with Beadle tion of 1   Janet   Mclntyn—56, 7n, sc, 99, S9,
solo I'.v Miss Viola Crowe, solo, Mr, The Blessed Baorament 7:80 p.m.         80.   Average so*   Absent,  literature
A. Thomson;     vu.hr,   wiection,  Mies On week days—Holy     Mass     cvoryl    Marjoi'ie     Lee-68,  1.2, Bl,  mn. n.
Jean   Little;  11 ilim:.   M.ks   M.   Math- ' morning  ut  7:30.      Coulessiuns      aro  (absent lit.,     drnwingi.    Average 77.
vocal  s"lo.  Master  Willie  hit- heard every evening alter 7:30      and1    I.ydia  Btecd—86,  44,  85,  GO, !I6, 8C,
I  B S'lio  by Mr. Thomson.
Then followed e debate between the
iu the mornings before Mass.
J.  C.  Mckenzie,  1',
P,
members "( tho young women's class
and tlie young men's cinss, The lnd-
* [endi -I iii** negative ol the sub-
thai     tbe   Ten    is
11.m Uu* Sword..'   v.tei    a
onteol in which both sides ably
■ i '*,.  m.isi    ihowing an   lu.
HAI'TIHT OHUROH
Rov   lv .1   Chave will speak ou the
following subjects on  Sunday:   Morn
ing,  "Hxceptea   Righteousness";  ev
ening, "Lessons from Abraham."   A
two udiilt Bible classes (or mi n
wi linen,  at   2::i<i p.m.
uul
t.ni.it.   knowledge ol tbe subject, tbe special    Invltatit (tended  to  the
* 11  In  taini   of   tht
|n akers Ioi  ths affirm
atlvi   mii.  Messrs.  M   Oowan     and
0 Mat * ..U'i bu  the negative
. . in .1*1   k. Munro,   and
..11,        M   lli*     lose   nl   llu*  de
people took  pari   In
a  limn' mi   ,.|  games after   winch      re-
(rcnium 11 .1 ve.1.   Theet olas
ganised  only  a short
1 in        1  11,. \  art slread)   showing
,1 mi Mivt spirit. Tbe young
ST   PBTBR'S OHUROH
Kev. 1'.  a.  Procunler, rector,  Boc
om1 Sunday ufter Blphiphnny,   arvlcei
us follows;   8 a.m.,   Holy   Comtnau-
11*11        II   n.m.,     Matins   nud   Ijituny;
7 30 p m.,  Blvensong
Moving iiieturos tonlubt.
79.    Averugo 77.
Obarlie Kield—74
S7.   Average  77.
Kiiiicnii' Lawrence—79, I
71,   100,  71.   Average 7H.
Arnold  MeCarter—81, 57,
ion, 58,   Average 74.
liosii Haggen I .. 88, fl
59.   Average 73.
Margaret l.awlci i I. .;>
I tm, 81,   Average 71.
Brie Robbins 51, 37 116
89,   Average  BI
Muriel      Fleet hn in—79,
4,  GO, (17, 98, 100
CO,     95,
79, -J, i.::.
51, 82.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
THE
WORLD'S-
STANDARD
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
January Clearance Sale
We arc offering all of our high i^railc  winter stock at
ROCK  BOTTOM PRICES.
Mil, - III U    ribbed I n.lcrnrar ^V-mi 1 i I   ..   , |,.,*r,| fn,l. • „,,,, -w^
Hoy's I'nderwear sl  ll VI.I  i'kii'1*.    This inclodee each high dais
.,*. Mauhrlil ■ aii'l Turnlml! I
li,,i - M..t- ..t KALI  I'Kh i
We have l» pair of Men's lligb Onde Bhoee, consisting   I .   'ii,„-h
.itli -old f..r J> -n .m.I ft 0<>  now selling for -■
i        ichool Rhoee, nil .■i/e* *m1i price M.s;.
Sec .mr Wmdous .mJ ll.ii^.iin Tables ior Snaps
McRae Mercantile Company, Limited
HELD FLUTTERINGS
The      weather   has   le'cn    UtMflMll
cold Mlnre Obrietfflas     day.  with     a
»ak«n up their aholr al Nvlsun, the>
lelt OB Tuesday tor their new homn
there.
Tb.   public ichool bun not  been re
Opened as jet on  aoeounl  0< weather
jfi-w  bHsaarda   thrown   In  and   no  mgn   conditions   and   tearbrt   and   MboUn
88, 81, 'H   nl « ehangn „h yet.   Well   we „re not   ni,<    baring   a   loi.gei     botlda]   than
■be i,nly anna, if there le any coneo   sipectad
Iation   ii thai fact other than nn"«-r>
liken  company. Vl    all '   Mtk   O,  Hunter  are 00    I
■   •     Hsnlf.
*
Vi,.   57.   80.
Latin,  Algebl
(Absent French
erago 88,
Kathleen     Munro   90, 60, 50,74, 87,
Sli,  H2.   Avernge r,7.
Maurice I luck  At, :'.'..   IS,   18, "' JO
Mary Paget*-  Present Compoeltton ]Tayl n Monday evenin*
(Absent Algebra.) Average 16,
only—Gli. Mi   and  Mr.   «    K
During ti iiniing   ... Mon (
day     morning curly,  two    PoUndeTS      Mr    """    «  tb" inini.' of ..ur new
in  killed Bt Hector hy iHrinir hit   Prorinetal coaatable, rto ime com"
by alight They were   '"rM   to relieee Mr  Olarkaoa who has hemi
at  Oolden on Tueedaj    leetdental         '•"      '" "" wm-lermere.
death .hik tbt sen)  I "I the (oror's
al the inqiMrt held here by coroaer
The     i|U«rnntine    Iirx      l*en  llfUsl
i from the Munac and  our  popular pa*
tor  and  h.s family  af  mice    ngalu
i'lnlott.  baveenpiyiag health  nnd freedom. IATURDAY,  JAS,   i'.'itti.  1912.
THE   MJk.IL-IIIEIR.A.LI},   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  JAN. 1.1th,  1912.
Wood for Sale
Mixed Hard Wood, IC-inch
Cedar, 16-inch
.$ 7.50
.    6.00
COAL
Wellington      11.00 per ton
Briquettes     8.75 per ton
Bankhead Hani Coal expected in a few days
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
w=
Z\k flDatMfoevalfc
PCHLISHKD  WKDNBSDAH  AND
SATURDAY  AT
ilemeni ol the lands In the Railway
Belt,  are  proceeding  satisfactorily.
Lust,   but  by  no  menus  least.    Mi,
revelstoke. B. C. Hon.  Thomas Taylor  lias  submitted
JtttCrlOC pltbUSblnfl COIlipailV,  '" tl"' government prosposals   lor g
Limited | big  development scheme  iu  tbc    Big
J.  K.  JOHNSON    Managei iBend couutry, tnl.iil.ary to thia city.
RALPH  '■■   SCROTUM,   Editor.
\\ * mum I- ilu" hardest work lli.it * woman can '1" uiul she should have
ever) convenience that will mnke ll easier and savt Ium liealth. Huy hern
VELOX"! ideal Washing machine uud some asbestos snd irons, We
handle both ond il will lessen the work of that hated wash daj Come und
■ i oui tools [or tin L.iiiti'li •*■. which will lighten the hand work.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Howson Block
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Legal    notices 10 cents per line lhal I
insertion, .* cents  per liue     each
.    sequent   •'■■"'' tion.      Measurements Suuparlel  (12 lines    make
Stow  and     k* '■'' ii
business announcements $2.50  pei
inch per month.     Prelerred poBl
tions,    25    per cut. iulditiou.il.
i. rths, Marriages and Deaths, 50c
eaeti insertion.
Laml notices $7.50. All advsrtiso
meets subject to ths approval ot watched witl
ibe nmuagcuieut.     Waated     and
Condensed      Advertisements : —
Agents Sauted, Help Wanted, Bit
>na wauted.   Situations   \ a
cant, Teachers Wanted, Mechanics
Wanted, 2b words or   less,   .'v.,
each     aiditioual      line  1"  ecus.
Obanges    ii.   standing advi
ments    must    l.c    in    by  'J a.   m.
Tuesday uud Friday ol each week
i ■  secure  n"oJ  displa]
CORRESPONDENCE invited on mat
tsrs  "!   public      interest.        Cl m
which     by  covering  that     territory
with  a  network uf  rouds  auJ  trails, '|lV   Orchards,   Limited,   of  Atbulmcrc
will open up tbc same tu settlers, to  UA'.. arc putting iu irrigation works
tb,; great udvantago of the business subdividing land, and iu tbo cuse of
ol Revelstoke. itbc ,orm,>r are c',rr>i,1|; "Ml" str,mK
Bitccesstul Immigration    pollcv,   The
A     development     policy such as ig lndttBtpUa ,,  ,,„,  |rrlgBtlon corapony
.mtl iim.I above, will meel with the' ml(i the prosecution ot the lumber iu-
npprovnl of every citizen ol tbis dis- i'rests are lamely responsible lor
trict,  whatever  maj   be his political   !l"' establishment  and upkeep "I the
market   centres of     Wilmer,   Athal-
nierr, Windermere and Invormero, At
least   one  ol  these   is  destined   to   be
opinions;  tbe carrying out   ol    these
schemes means a great deal to Rev
elstoke,  and  their progress will     ho
tbe greatest  interest.
•ome ii    place
some importance
Windemere Valley Development 'ii^SSJj
when the tljrou-cli  railwa\   lm." is coin
pleted.   In the way ol     agricultural
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rinlly  prove    that
What ,s knowu as the Windermere vegetables, all  loder cereals, apples,
d,strict  ot the Columbia valley ol the  cherries and every  varlet)  "I     small
1 rovinco ol British Columbia is   one fruit  will grow  in abundance,      The
the last (;reat valleys .■! the south   valley ,.-    very     wide and  there arc
astern portion ol this province to he  large areas of bench lands which ure
opened Ioi     set lenient, and a    way open ;,.■  lettlenent and development
made  lor  development  ol  its Indust-.al  once.
iical possibilities mid the forming of    The    Selkirk
mountains   contain
a great  national play ground. Wind 'many large deposits ol low grade ore
inunicationa to Editor must     boUrmtre district    pi,.pei     nentlei    at   some ol which have been extensively
accompanied    hy    name "t writel . ,«,*,„ the     Rock)  mountains on thc  developed and will.  It is hoped com-
not   uecessa.-Uj    lor   publication,  ., ,  ,,,,.i ,1a- Selkirk mountains    on mei iiment  with the advent    ol
*;,.!     n^   evidence ol good laith.Uha    west.   !■       astern     boundary the railway company.
Correspondence «liould be brlel.     mark   the    western limit  pl the pro      With thc coming ot this means   ol
SUBSCRIPTION RATES VII,C,    •   viberta;   ts       then   outlel   "  nsportntioi   the district    will also
Ung postage to England,  Unit ,;  crunbrook on thc Crow's Ne*-t i nd become more wide
ed States and Canada |,,lKs    branch "i thi    r.I'.R  and Its   > known ..- ., tourist resort,   Oreat
By the year (through postofli'-. i »:.5u  ,,,,,-„,n; .,;,„  on the  beauty ol        enerj   le most  marked
JOHN BULL'S
UNLOADING
SALE
Now On
Get Your Share
Now
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Burglari Comedj
Tlir Prioe Is Uwayj ihr Sinn
WANTED
TO  LET—House on   Second Btreet.—
Rent $15  per  montb.    Apply  Revelstoke  Cieneral  Agencies,  Ltd.
WANTED—Otters lor new laid eggs,
nnd fat. chickens. Apply, Vickers,
Salmon  Arm.
LUST-A Purse containing n sum ol
money, at the r.j'.it. depot. Ptader
pleuse return same to Mail-Herald
Ollice.
WANTED—Married man seeks work,
ofllce cleaning, furnaces looked niter, etc.. by day, week, or contract
Kor lull particulars npply A. P.,
Mail-Herald Ofllce. 4t.
WANTED-A sltuntion ns a housekeeper hy middle aged lady. Apply
Mrs. A. Tristram, Genelnl Delivery
Revelstoke, B. C.
WANTED—A girl or woman to do
general houso work.—Apply at tbo
Muil-llerald  Ofllce.
WANTED—North Vancouver Property
neur Second Narrows or close in lo
City. We have buyers uud want,
your listings, owners only.—Peoples
TiUBt Co., Ltd., 425 Pender stroet,
West, Vancouver. B. 0. Ht.J.10
KOR SALE—Ahout 150 tous of huled
green feed, also a iiunutity oi Tim
otby huy.   Kor prices write, N.E.
Spurks, Miluerton, Altu.      lit. J.10
iNTED-lly lady,  furnished    room,
well heated, centrally located,  with
breakfast if possible.     Apply P.O.
liox B7.
Do Vou Know
That the distinguished Knglish Comedian
C. James  Bancroft
is coming with
"THE PRIVATE SECRETARY"
All New Scenery aud Cosiuuies, as witnessed nuder
the patronage ami presence of Their Excellencies Karl
Grey ami Lady Grey at Ottawa, October llltli nml llth
and thev were in paroxysms ol laughter most ol the
time until thev had to wipe Iheir eyes ainl gasp for
breath.   IT IS 1TNNIKU THAN EVKR.
REVELSTOKE   OPERA HOUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Prices, $1.50. - $1. - 75c. ■ 50c.
Seats on Sale at Macdonald's Drug Store
LOST On Dec. 10th. between foot ol
Oolumbia river bridge and (Jnldcr's
ttineh, ou roadway, one Liuty's P'ur
Muff. Reward $10. Apply Mail-
Herald   office.
l,OST     -  Between Fourth street and !
the     star Theatre, a   gentleman's I
Gold   Signet  King.   Kinder  will  receive  rewind   hy  leaving  sumo      at
the Office of the Cummlngs Transfer Company.
GANONCl'S
G  B
CHOCOLATES
Now Hold the Fort
in Revelstoke
A large  variety of  Dainty
Boxes  in lialf-puutul. one-
pound, two-pound ami three-
pound sizes
The Finest in the Land
and  Canadian   cTWade
Ki years experience
To the People of Revelstoke District
Win spend needless dollars on fuel hills this winter, when
tor's - mall investment in a lew STORM WINDOWS and n
door or two you call save ul least 50 per cent, of vour
present outlay in fuel' Maybe you hi'v*** never considered
this.    Think il ovei and yon will be convinced.
If you invest now in a lew s orni windows and doors
youwil'l S.W'i; Tllh.Ii; COSTloug before the nrrival of
Spring. Ask those wb" know anil gel voiu order in now.
ALL OltnitRS ARM PROMPTLY .UT HND I'D TO.
If you are contemplating building a House. Store or
Business Hlock in the Spring, or inliliiim aii addition to
the House, now is the time to talk it over. Come to us
with your plans and let us figure it out for you Vou will
profit by our wide experience and SAVl.i MONEY.
We give estimates freely on all kinds of CnNsurc-
TIONAL WORK, and your enquiries arc solicited.
The Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
V. ii. Ihjx J95
GEO. I). SHAW, Prop,
1'holie No. Jhl
i    LIFE INSURANCE
REPRESENTATIVE
REQUIRED for
HIGH RIVER DISTRICT
Only kooH producem ncwl
upt>ly. State refcrciicfs nnil
experience, dootl opportunity fur enpabh |m rgoii,
J. W. W. Stewart.
Mnuaging Director,
The Monarch Life
Assurance Co'y.
WINNIPEG, Cuii ids
i 'ommuuications confidential,
Fire Alarm Boxes
Signali nre given thus: 2 strj^es,
nterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, llii
4. No. of boi will also be shown
n  indicator at Fire Hall.
FIHK BRIGADE NO.  TWO.
Box  No.   14—Corner    First    street
ild    McKenzie    avenue,  C B.  Hume
ft Co.
Boi No.  15—Cornor  First      street
nd Ilokeby avenue, post ofllce.
Box No. IG—Corner Second street
and Cnvcriimcut Road and Upera
ICUM.
Boi No. 17—Corner Third street
a I Campbell avenue, (llolie hum
nr company.
Boi No.  18—C.P.R.  station.
Boi No. IM—Coruer Fifth atieet
nd McKenzie avcuii", Caluolit
hnrcb.
Boi No. IE—Corner Sixth h'.ieet
nd Ortou aVSUUe,   VV.   A.  Foote.
Box No. 2C—Corner Fourth stroet
nd Townley street, corner sarih
rack.
Box No. 28—Corner  Sccoud    slre.it
nd Robson avenue, Mrs. Baker.
Boi No. 34-Fire Hall No.  '..
Boi  No.  35—Hospital.
Boi No.  36—School.
KlItK  BRIUADK  NO.   ONK.
Boi No. 44-Flre Hall No. 1.
Uoi No. 45—Front street west,
ear C. P. R. bridge.
Box No. 46—Corner King and
loiiglas streets, Palace Meat Market.
Boi No. 47—Corner Second ud
Vales streetB, back ol court house.
Boi No. 48—Corner Third aud
?has. streetB, Cowan block.
bignal for practice—not less thati
li  (6) slow strokes.
One (1) indicates Hns brokiu or
rs out.
NOTH IB
Itevelstoke Lund District.
District ol West Kootenay,
Take notice that 1, Hull-It Pnrkcr,
Of Hevelstoke, II, t'., occupation hotel
clerk, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
laud.
Commencing al i post planted near
li   Hellion's south west corner, being
the BOUth-WOSt poinl ol Ralph Par
Iker's land, thence east 10 chnins,
tbence north M chnins, thence west
HI chains, thence south 3d chains,
along lake shore to poiut ol commencement, containing forty ncree,
more or less.
Dated thia 3Kth day ol November,
1911,
RALPH   PAHKKIt
Dec.2, Per W.F.  Ogilive,  Agent.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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TSZE-^L^IXi-HIEPlJLX.lJ, ' RZErSTIEDlLSTODSrE
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RATfllDAY,   JAN.   13th.   1912.
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL - $10,000,000
REST, -   $6,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its laro*t 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
a: .u)
Cheques and drafts on  all countries of the.world,  drawn in  sterling',
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
cau be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH-- F.  M   GIBSON. MGR.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1855
Record of Progress for Five Years- 1906-1911
!9d(>
1911
Capital        -
* 3,000,0(1(1
$ -1,00(1,000
Reserve   -
3,000000
■1,(0), ooo
Deposits      -
23,677,730
35,042,311
Loans anil Investments
27.4^7,090
38,854,801
Total Assets
33,090,192
48,237,284
Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Prinolpal Cities tn the World.
A OEWFnAL  BANKING OU8INE3U  TRANSACTED
SAVING BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Pevelstnke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
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 Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
loot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
Smokers' Supplies for Xmas
The uiil reliable now ban llie largest and beat line of Smokers'
Supplies evei iu tbe City, aud our prices are right. Fifty brands
of cigars to choose from. Price from $1.00per box up; not nude
11 mii scrap either.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
(inr liock   ''I   Calabash   Pipes  is  small  on  account  of  the
crop beiug « failure this year nml qualitv poor.
Briar Pipes in cases fr.un $1.00 up.
Ask for the famous li B. B. brand. Ever)' pipe is guaranteed
i igai .ui'l Cigarette Holders, Cases and Lighters, Pouches,
Ash Trays and Pipe Racks. Tell us what you want nnd we will
suit wu-   II you cannot call, phone 37 and k'kxIs will he sent to
\our home lor approval.   Buy early while stock is complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, be will
tell you that the whiskeys we are
selling are the best. Call and l>e
i onvineed. No household should
he without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey) our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
.'in v,*;ii*. old or Blnokborry Brnndy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of nil
kinds rib unexcelled. Sold by nil
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Impertere ar.d Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars end Clgarettee
PALACE
LIVERY, FEED, SALE STABLE
Our Livery is equipped with the best horses and
rigs- We also deliver express and baggage to any
part of the eity.  Heavy and light teaming a specialty
COAI. AND WOOD FOR SALE
F. McCarty, Proprietor
I'hone 201
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Fresh Groceries, Vegetables and Fruit
Order now your winter's supply
Best on the Market
U. GALLICANO, 2nd Street, Near Railroad Track
E Si
Special to ttie Mail-Herald by
Joe tally
I notice by Coast papers whieh I
take pleasure In reading every morning, that you are in toucb with tbe
lacrosse light in the Hart between the
much mooted "Uig Four" and N. L*
I.'. At a distance this light and the
talk ol alluring salaries are intensely niagnitled, and when it comes to
he boiled down and properly percolated you will lind tbat there will lie
more sedements than beel broth. In
this connection I just thought I
would drop a liue to my many good
lacrosse friends in the province ol
the "Setting Sun," to say to them
to go slow, and that lieforc jumping
at any contracts which might he ottered them, they should give the
matter mature consideration before
alllxing their signatures thereto, and
treking Kant in the lond hope of
linding a more lucrative position nnd
additional fame in tbis part of Canada. Tbe old Buying, that "Tho fur
oil fields look verdant" is a true one
and I know ol no case where it will
apply more uptly than iu thc present
one. 1 have travelled in every quarter ol the Globe where lacrosse is
played, with the exception ol Austra
lla and New Zealand, and I want to
say frankly aim truthfully, that there
is no pluce on this ball ot clay
where there is as much eutliusiasm;
as many true followers of tbc game;
as much loyalty to their clubs; or
as much respect show n to players, as
there is right in the province "f Brit
ish Columbia, and more especially iu
the good little sporting town ol New
Westminster, to which even Cornwall
the home of lin-rosse, must dolt its
hat. A lacrosse player who cannot
succeed in laying the foundation "I a
solid business future in Vancouver or
New Westminster, need never expect
to Und a solid footing iu the Kast,
because tho elevator Is tbe ouly I'd
ing machine which we us,' in tin- sec
tion of the country to give such
people 8 rapid ascent, and then it
only in lifting him to tbc top
Hoot for a tilt ecu cent meal, instead
of plauting him nt the right baud
f the general manager. Some people do not know when they arc well
ofl, and it sometimes takes a sudden
jolt to bring them to their senses,
and remind them it ie too late; when
they waken up they are quite satisfied to edge iu and become u rubber
or a stick carrier. Tbe other fellow
who was not looklug for the earth,
but who was endowed with enough
horse sense to know tbat you cun
pull the string once too often, and
who dug in and played the game ol
lacrosse on tbe side, and the game
of business ns a future asset, bus
taken his place and made good. It
is then that tbe "hold-up man" and
tbe disgruntled fellow realises he is
a back numlier. I have followed lacrosse and tbe game of life closely
enough to find out that tbe successful lacrosse player and the future
business man is tbe fellow who tigur-
itively speaking Bleeps under the
counter nud lives in the back room
until he gets a start. That follow
knows how many pennies there arc in
dollar, aud bow he got ihem nnd
how hard the floor  was.
His surplus soon begins to usaert
tsell, and he baa it working at 8
■er cent or 10 per cent instead ol
baviug the bank figure his interest
(Uarterly ut 3 per cent. Just figure
t out for yourself. Look back on
the lacrosse players of tho past with
whom you were acquainted, and see
if you can't pick out a few "old
Abes," nnd notice if tbey are not
nicely settled, and able to meet their
tax bill when the collector comes
around. These men knew enough to
know when they were ut the zenith
of their fame; that their lacrosse
days were short nt the best, and
then after that comes tbe struggle
(or life But, the fellow who Ih never satisned and don't know when he
has a good thing, generally wakens
up to lind, aias and alack he te too
Into und he ls a down and outer. If
tbero is anything thut Is worse thun
knowing too little it is knowing too
much, uud there is no cure for a big
head, (liven plenty ol scope he will
jurl naturally bust, and I am lu -
iliii'il tn th.nk that some of thsee
kites in the Kast thut ymi read
about, mil have very dramatic descents. They imagine they are going
to just pull uli the top notch'TH to
their little picture gallery, and that
every one of them will lie tumbling
nTer eaoh other le their eagernoss to
sign; but there are always    certain
"conditions' attached to these alluring contracts, such as "If you
*l"ii t make ir'""!," and as jnnuy Mil
er "ifs" ns you'll find in an aurtion-
'*,*;-* Vocabulary, With which lacrosse
players generally will not comply, he
will then lie dropped nml call trek for
home. I have always heard it said,
that "it ls lietter to deul wiib the
devil foil kni'W than to go cxperi-
mentini: with the devil ol an unknown quantity," and in this connection 1 wan* fn say tbat Coil
■l'i''-   iii'l  n   bad (dil  devil  alter  all
to hook uh with if you will lust
•top .uni conetdei   thn brand uf    In
<i"* '■ ibt  j**. pi-   of Vaacouvei  «i ro
hnving served up to them lielorn Con
■lines broke Into tbe game, and the
quality  of  the  article  put up during
the past season, it is a safe,bet tbut
a man acquainted with tbe mathema
' ticul      side      issues  o!  our  National
i game, would be satisfied to leave the
reins in Cons hnuds.   And when   tbo
lncrosse     playera     who made up the
two  greatest  lacrosae   teams  iu    tho
world,      Vuncouver und    New  Westminster,   begin   to  put  on  their   war
'paint  for     the opening game     next
'season,  it is a safe tret     also     that
they will  sign up with their respective teams.
I Yes, 1 say that Con Jones deserves
more credit for the solid footing thut
lacros-* la getting in tbe city ol
Vuncouver, than ho will ever be given credit for. But for tbo sturdy op
ponents he had in New Westminster,
he could never have accomplished
what he bas in the lacrosse world,
und I would strongly advise tbe play
ers on these two U'ums to atuy where
they ure notwithstanding tbo rosy
overtures that muy lie offered them.
I remember the duys when Curnwulls
were the champions of the world,
when there waa a little side money
hnndod to some of thc boys, and if
they got a "dlvy" at thc end of the
season of $75 or $M0 there was great
Jubilation! Take Vancouver and New
Wostmiustcr, especially tbe latter
town, where lacrosse players cau
pursue business vocation uud count
od a divy of $1500 u yeur uud uli tho
comforts of home; living iu oue ol
tbc greatest provinces in the world;
playing for tbe glory of their town
und having tbc respect of thc entiro
community, yes I might say Kings
in their own home towns. Are they
not better off than thfl majority of
lacrosse players in the Eust who
hnvo uo business connection, draw u
salary uot even as great as they of
the West can command at home, and
Kiven to il life ot ease. No doubts
templing oilers will bc made, and in
isolutod ruses larger offers than bc
obtained In thc West, in some cases
Irom irresponsible people and in
others from irresponsible people, but
I will guarantee Irom the experience
of others whom 1 havi followed, that
the boy who sticks I" his own r. ub,
plays (or bis own town, keeps plugging at his work and buuks lus lu -
crosse salary will bo much bolter ofl
by sticking to boms and the old feather bed.
Sincerely yours,
JOU' LALLY,
HEAVY DRINKER CURED
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Samaria Cured Him, and He Helpa
Others
A man who h»« betn releaied Trim
lhe awful craviriKS of drink, and whose
lirst thought Is tu help otlie.rs. showi
the spirit of tru> brotherhood and
philanthropy. Read hi* Utter;
* t nc   Samaria   Kerne-dy   tie.    Toronto
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"\.lll you nledne send me lion'i-i o:
-.'.rink, also circular! rrlaitiia to vou,
valued remedy Tor the drink hi. nit
J wish lo hand these to a friend who
Is .,'oing to ruin through drink. Vou
■aiII rememb-or that I have taken vour
remody, and I lind H all you claim It
•o h.\ I never think of iu .im; oi
join-*; strong drink in any wa>. as all
desire Tor Tt has left me. i ratinol
spouk IOO highly of your wonderful
remedy, V>»u may usa niy name in any
wuy  ymi  wish Tn  jiuhll
"H.  l.iiywhii*--," Krlirdcn,  Onlarl
Samaria Prescription is tasteless
end odorless, and dissolves instantly
in lea nr coffee, or can be mixed with
food, lt can be given with or without th.* putlent's knowledge. It removes the craving for drink, builds up
he system and restores the nerves
l>rl:*k lifcumri distasteful anl even
nauseous. '
I'rlnk Is a disiase, nol a crime, nne
Irlnk of whiskey always Invites another. The Inflamed nervi s and
stomach create u eruvlng that must
either be satisfied by more whiskey or
removed hy scientific treatment like
Samaria Prescription. Samaria Prescription has been in regular and successful use l>y Physicians und Hospitals   for   over   ten   yeurs.
If you know of any family needing
Sumarla Prescription, tell them about
it If you have a husband, father 01
friend lhat Is drifllnir Into drink, h. ip
him hiivc himself.    Write to-day,
.*% I'llU'l TRIAL PACK Mil*: of Samaria Prescription, with booklet, giving full particulars, testimonials, price
etc.. will be ainl absolutely free and
postpaid In plain seah-d package to
anyone naklng for It and meuitonini:
this paper. -^Correspondence anoredh
confident^!. Write toduy. The Samaria Remedy Co., Dept. H, 19, Col
borne Street, Toronto, Canada. Also
for sale by C. It. Macdonald, Druggist,   Revelstoke,  D.  C.
JOHN LEE
DRY GOODS SALE
From Jan. 2nd
All Prices Reduced.
Ladies'    Tailoring   Our
Specialty
Fit Guaranteed
LOWER TOWN
Opposite Central  Hotel
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosnhonol restoressnetynerve in the body
' '*■ lit proper ItimUin ; rcitore*
,lni and vitality. Premature derm- mid sal I set nil
weakness ararted at enra. Photphoaot will
make you a new man. c r ,:;. hot, or two fot
ti. Mailed io a'.*. .*"!!,*• - The loOBSa Bras
to.. St. Catharine*., Out,
Sold at Mn mi] i iin id'a Drug 8 tor*.
JOB PRINTING
AT
MAIL HERALD
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
Oue two or four seat l'ord  Runabout,
Motor uiul chassis in first class order,
leather upholstery almost as good as
new. Wauls possibly $100 spent on it
(or new water cooler alio a tyre or two
then llie moi hjnu would In* as K"1"' ;,>
new. Will take $200 cash tor it here,
willi lamps, pumps and lubricating oil,
11 you want a machine don't Ulis-, ihis
snap.    Address
B, IS. DRBW,
Camborne, U, C.
IS.   Ci.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pips
anil  Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Av*.   -   Revelatoke
SELKIRK      I.OUUK  12,   1.  O.   0. IT.
Meets every      Thursday evening   in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock.     Visiting
brethren cordially Invited.
J.  S.  HOOLEY, N. O.
JAS.   MATHIE,   becretary.
CUl.'HT      MT.      BKUBIHJ,    No.  Mtl.
OF I. 0. V.
Meets in I. (X 0. V. Hall nut   to
Tapping's  Opera   House  every  second
and fourth   Monday  in  month.   Vint
lag brethren cordially welcomed.
U. W. BELL, 0. It.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   lUc.-Sec.
O. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Oamp, No. »2«,
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednes
days    In eaeh  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially Invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDB, Cos. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE.  Clerk.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. ot    P.,
NO.  26,   REVELSTOKE,  B.  O.
Meets every   Wednesday  sxcapt   Un
Third Wednesday ol eaeh month     ia
Oddlellows'  Hall at I o'clock.  Visiting Knlgbts are cordially Invited.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, O. O.
Q. H. BROCK, K. ol R. m 8.
M. ol F.
KOOTENAY      LODGE. No. "»S A. ».
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held In MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddlellows' Hall
on ths Third Monday ln each montb
st ( p. m. Visiting brethren ars
cordially welcome.
ROBT. GORDON, W.  M.
W. B. ROBERTSON, Secretary^
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank  Building  Rsvsl-
stoks, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Olllces—Revelstoke,   B.   C,     aad
Cranbrook, B. C.
Geo. 8.  MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoko, Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH,
Provincial  Land  Sureyor,
Mialng Surveyor,
Engineering
McKKNZIE   AVE..
BOX   10C,   REVELSTOKE
W.      H.
WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
P. O. Box 146, Revelatoke, B.O.
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P. 0. Box 31 Revelstoke
W. PARRY
Late Polisher of Howson's
Furniture Store
Repolishrs.    Makes Old Furniture
New.
Estimates Freely Given.
GIVE ME A TRIAL
Drop Card in Post Office
Wood for Sale
GOOD DRY OR GREEN FIR
OR HEMLOCK.   CEDAR
WOOD FOR SALE
Apply to
Chas. Turnross
Telephone House No, 07
Telephone Camp No. 215
. . It Might Be Cold. .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural not medicinal waters arc the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Ourtecord of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium Is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor.
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
■•■■■■■■ssssbbbbbssssi OPEN NIGHT AND DAY1—mmmmmm—
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant —Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR, c^Uanager.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props. \
Enlarged  tnd Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modem cod fenience*
Large Sample Kooms.
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.
J.   ALBERT     STOHSTE      PROP.
Union   Hotel
IUST m wi.v Ri-:i'.\iin:u
RATES,
$1.50 PER DAY
Weekly mnl monthly rati-* to be arranged.       Me.ii Tickets, -'1 mesll lor (6,00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
\.  1'. LrKVESQUB,  Proprietor
. . . lUinbsor Dotel "Restaurant . . .
European plan
AontMS JSonrC
Open H)at? anfc Wtflbt
Hbcal deltas, $0.00
XauobtoH & Capping, ferope. *t0"'s,cm'
R. Z. CRAWFORD
GOMRAl 1ING
UNION HOTEL
ARRll* HKAI'.   II. ('.
Special Attention given   to   cotcnisfrlsl
men   snd   tonrists.    Kirst-claM  sample
I rooms. I-'nci .ran.it in British Colnm-
bia, overlooking t'p|>er Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
Fruit Lands
FOR 8ALE
• ialsnn Ray lands in parcels ot
10 or 20 scree or en bloc. Corrss-
pondence invited,
 John Shaw. Agent
Sewing Machines I boxeie Arrowhead
A nice new stuck of Sin*-    |JP. SUTHERLAND
cr and Wheeler W ilson Sewing Machines 	
For Sale Or Hire Transfer      Draying
by the month at Manning's.    Handling Pianos a Specialty
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H.  MANNING,   Agent, phone42 -   Night Phone 85
PAINTER
Satisfsction  guaianterd
Agent  for  Flexitime  Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Itemileni <• (im. Hnl St. anil Ilolison aif
Hhop in Alley hack "I I   J  Bonrnt'i
M"rr, l'lnt Street *  HHM MM ■-
3AT1 itPAY.  JAN    pith,  \S»12.
THE  MAIL-HEEALD,   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   JAN.  1.1th,  1912.
MALAKWA NOUS
\t   a   result   ol ' he      ndvei'1 aelttg
Malakwa und tbe liardeu ol     ISden
has      been  reoeivlu lately.      several
inquiries ioi   trull auds are  already
to hand.
I'he fact that priiel were won re
cently by L. M. Jo*luu>ou and othor
settlers at Malakwa at the recent
poultry show at Hevelstoke, demon -
strates the tact that the poultry In
duttry can lie buc.esstully prosecuted
,n the Garden »f I'Mon It Is tated
that iln. Bpring s veral more runcb
era ui this valley vlll embark in the
i".uluy  business.
The new *.* a h begun, anil we
all welcome Its rrival wltb our
usual thankful liearts aud bowed
head Even in** tuermomcU'r bowed
so low ihat 1 tear it will take hours
foi it to raise again, but Its tall w-ill
undoubtedly be of short duration, aa
ta tendencies •!*"■: isual upwards in
this  mild   Climate  "f   ours    and  soon
lbe robbins chirp will bo giving us
,v aiming of coming Bprlug, wbethei
i hey are late 'his year or not I ran
uot say I have noted no signs ol
csting as yet. iait old tuners tell
me. they novel begin nesting until nf
tei ihe new yew has hcgiin. So pel
hups their is no cause (or alarm as
(rot,
ll appears tb >i  ihe Unrdei   ol  Ed
•■ii   would   not    1'■   complete   without  n
Satan nnd  thii   geutlemun seems   t"
dearly love to rattle his chains verj
frequently.   The     objection    to    tbo
statement thai  there       •  good upon
,i the liiirden "f hldcn for an bo
tei  is obsurd    I    it not a tact  tbat
ilmoat   . eeklj    trungers mm iug are
al   a   loss  wl.,*:.   t,*  jo aiid   very fr>*
niiently   by  nu   inifortuuute  mistake,
call ut  tbe    ...   ■   idencc ol bia Ss
tanlc uiajesi .  onl)  to     bo told that
strangers     weir     i" i  admitted, fnc
luently the weary traveller is direct
ed  to some  more     hospitable   horn,
amidst  the timher  i" ibably a     mile
distant—yes     Indeed  there Is a  good
"pemng  at  the Har,. n ol  Edeu lot u
Kuod  road  house  oi   hotel,  one  that
cun provide lood an.l shelter t,,    tbc
The mattei   "1 a lireusa    toi
the hotel ii"   ., few   months would be
Immaterial,  accommodation  Ioi    thi
public  is whal        * 'ai - I  and    what
the  public demand
What  right  Iiii    anj  one   ndlvldual
V   W
A.
-. ^*i*t,"T3
The Valley of
■"^
ii
The Garden of Eden"
Silualed at MALAKWA. B. C.
Just 32 Miles West of   Revelstoke,  and   Extending  between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class Land-20000 ^r<*
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
Character of Soil Kid whfle8on°!ay Lo*m ami Ve*etable
Prevails.
Lower Lands Black Loam
No ll'Htl itinil   ,:>os'tively no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
llu ll I IijtlUUil   irrigated, and many creeks supply water for Domestic purposes.
This L;ind is specially adapted for Large and Small Fruits, as well as
Hay and Vegetables.
Moderate Climdte   Zero is  Average Winter Weather.
Pricks or Land Reasonable
i
For Further Particulars About This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch This Page
of the MAILHERALl) Each Week
who hal already gained tlie roputa -
lion of being the most inhospitable
settler in the vnlley to assert that
there is no room lor a hot-el at the
Garden uf l-Oden,
OORRBBPONDBNOB.
Editor Jluil-Heruld:-
Deur Sir,—1 beiug u rancher und in
terestcd In the tinmen uf Kdcn valley
it puinB mo to uote the eurly appear
imco ol Sutun in your correspondence
ami 111.* Hmullness uf his intellect is
very nppurout. In his discrepancies
lie points out t<> an  intelligent niinil
it would seem, Unit the majority ul
doctors or medical meii are us cup -
aide ul plowing and working out tho
problems of life, us this would-be
wise and couceited Sutiiu is. Then
again he displays Iuu mmillucss ul
miml und narrow vision iu thc population or this lair viillcy with 1i!b
limited knowledge and weak Intellect
he can ouly hriug eight miles ol territory under his Bnortalgbled vision,
and us tu the population ot this vast
eight miles ot territory, which he
pictures as his empire fruui his lordly perch, and no doubt iu his Infinite mule Satanic mind, wu ure lu
great doubt if he sees but oue, great
1 am, nt> be tries to bc, it is ouly
Sutau ur degenerate mind thut
trios to Mock tbe progress ot tbo
world, uud ouly n cloven footed inou
ster that would nut help to encourage the advancement ol his own town
or country,
Again tins same demon has shown
Ilis neighborly love mid greatness ol
spirit by attacking orscofling the hotel proposition. As this is the placa
where his satuuic hcu.l and cloven
feet get mixed and it is hard tu distinguish one (rum tho other, but that
is a small matter.   Concerning   the
hutel iit or near Malakwa it is only
necessary fur thc stranger to cull un
tins Satanic Lord lor a meal or u
bed and note the pleasure expressed
hi his lordly Ineo us he digs uut an
old  pair  ol     dusty    blankets lur    a
weary rancher and sits him down iu
a deserted cabin for u place to sleep,
and trusting to the timely arrival of
thc train to tako them out bnlore
hrenk.aHt. This is thc freak of de
generation, u disgrace to the mon -
key race theory, thut tills his Rhinny
i-kiii with foul air and belches out
these -coding sneering criticism*--
that  would  shuuie  a  snake tu utter.
I
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tan
sma
Hurdle Racing
are i»j distances whi
*  .  i  , * ■    ,*    "  *i,»
I the i '"*•■■ ' ■- * '  atbletli m ets.
-..   tei      ' . ■ •   Abie
- - ii     [<i  to hurdle     It   ■ ■    higl
i*. ic« apart,  '1"-'  tirst      it il
■etngl5ydb.fi ■■   tbe
•  ••   . -■        .       ■
nger distance
• • *. *  .  *
tbis i aw ■•: 1}
■ nrt  and  last  burdli
ll   ir,   'L»   start.: ,•    .*
'.vcly.
tanci     ire ge
,....» the h.gh     und  I   -
-' ,: .•'        •     .-
*., *vt.
■ ,. rei ik -'    *-.th.
errs and » cool head      and
. -     :       - '       .*
...
t I *   .-. ild on ti
: .:s"   SPSCS    ■»    .
t    ,.ly.
bi Ul      ' .* uer
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•  ■ • •• ind
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t, in other words
'•  gym ■'-   ■
■niL... f tn
•t '   • ' thai       i
lulge       Is I       imp
,  ,-     i, ■ ■ th» spring     'in I
■ mei   ■ tan s 1
.-   i      aupi'ieufieii.
. .     I* <>i     imping thi
• *
* ..*. *
firsl   -•,'••! i   1*1 "-     tin
■ ,i ihe   itmosl   mp..'•..•
• ■   .. ■   ,«   IS   III   '» ll
■  shl< h has   i iswd last ■ • i
*  , *. i ii . Poi   ■ •■ firsl
'..'».. '    lis.*   ••
tirst
I i  alui tbe    *ittv   ■
■■   i .  will
.    .      . '
„,,*, i i      it  the athlete will H
will lower his Umi
.    tl      lea       ' •:■"  h ' '"
. ■..., in it,- high burdlei li thii. nl
• dealing the fin'  burdli   rou «'"
Igbl   almut   7ft.   lm.      from   it.   yOUl
■be]   would  I •   about 1ft.  4tn.,
youi second step would he about Ml
.mi  third ami I'ist  ,ii   i,,n
mt your mt' hurdle.
.s....   *,     rood      way   '"     in|i|l«ll
Ibis ... *        . mai k and prac
tico stepping on tbe mai ks nnl
have mastered the step *..ell
Training t"i   the low  hu
il    be iami   as fi
tbe jump ta
nltogetbet   iHften
irdlea thi
•i .
I "':■     p   ng as possl   •      '      Ms rt
'.•rt.   in ti-    —.
ers shi int a
;       .   •
.
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if strhl twi
wht'ther aigU i'i
Ul course a
l
work int.i a stride besl
initio*
art, ma
set rale *
\     . purlin*   *
utnli r  :.    '• r< um I
....
tb.s fault has lost tl
many a prize
. ,     ate   ss
tart l
PERCH   K   ait
Physical   i'   •
pumw
FIIQUR
Canadian Pulp in United States sold by Hob»on & Co.
Revelstfkfj
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fort]
■ i !*i , pel
■  '.        *      *  ,i *
iti worth
■
m i,.     it,.' hordei . '•■
ul.ii lm ,. ilpwo *'l  *
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* "i-'is worth        *    ■"   i".in   the
i ii • i . ...   ,
•.,, lit    . 17 * m., ■, ,,,,  •   .   i frti
.*.*!  7*4,000 cords woi'h si, .   UO li   -I.
Ootarlu    ii  \i    nterestlng ii   n< n to
■..lint crtcnt  ji'.viiii*i.ii   a l i mi ,* •■■ niibl
have   Inin   i iieriuu,* * I   il   the   pul!
, (ported  to  lla   l'r,!t*d   I'tul * i      an I
I oen i unvei Led Into     i oodpulp    un
I'nnmlian     mil.   Tin* irveii    I'iiiuied
■
FOR SALE
EIGHT-ROOMED
HOUSE
Half a Block East of McKenzie
Avenuo
crms an : Partii uli rn .ippu
u.   r.  Mckenzie
*     KI -Tn!-." I*
NUTll,'!*:
WOOD!        WOOD!
1 ha e LOO i ords of (Jrecn
rd VVcxl for Bale ui
$3.50 per Cord
on the cars
1.. UNDRhkr,
DC  I'   0.
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■ In*   ... ..it
ti* '■ i Imi * t in   numbfli  of m*ii*
--.'ii'i hat **    . ii    i   ■ ,,i«     ,f
i' iiiiulians In      :.' «       Hi nn iv.,  k   I ml
l,»0ri    1 11 *        •    mii  .ui'li    i       itmiih        I
ni* 'in* i  '.*■ ii raw pi 'i'i** I
I'm nl in*,i  pivi 11 11|     i. .ii.,    |oi
nnl   al   ,*a i     ,M   1'Vnnlh     inn'      II.N
■Uvimlir. t.c.
Fresh Milk For Sale
CLEAR, DRY CEDAR  WOOD
\W'I  ,
Bo> 691,     Revelstoke
Lumlo
Reveletoke Land District.
liiiitriet of West Kootenay.
'i'ake notice that I, ll. llellron,   ol
Arrowhead, H. C,     occupation l.inc-
I man,  intend  io apply tor permission
I to    purchase the lollowiug described
j l.ill'ls.
Commencing at a iu>st planted
ubout the south wesl corner ol Alex.
.i. McOonell's application to purchase, thence north Ml chains, thonce
west 10 cbalus, thonce south sn
chains,   theuce cast   tn  cbalni    along
lake shore to point oi commeuoement
containing 3Jn acres more or less.
ll. HBtfFRON,
I'er W.K. Ogilive, Agent
Unt'.l   thii  -Mh  day   ul  November,
1911, lirst isslielni J.
NUT 11'h
it .elstoke Land District,
District  o,' West Kootenay.
lake   notice   lhat   I.   Alex.   J.     Mc
■ . im, Itsvelstolu), u.i.., occupa
tion Hotel Proprietor, intend to ap
ply for pei mission to  purcliuw     tho
* .ng  described  lands.
'    iiiiin in'iag a' a |n>st iiluiiWd near
north west post of i«t 79S8, oast
'   i|«'   I lm n,   nenr   the  Hniilh     west
' "i m'l   "I T.  I,.   Ill"-,   llieine     north
bain .     'ii. i.i-i* west no chain *.
tbence soutb B0 obalns, thenw   salt
'"  Chains,  along   lake  shore  to  point
'•f    commencement,     conUUoiiig no
DON 01   less.
Al.K\   j   McDONBLli,
in w k. Ogilive, Arcni
D ited tins 2«ih day ol   November,
l''l 1 lust  issue Dec. 2nd.
[ Navigable Waters Protection Act i       NOT10H to  0RBDITOR8.
K. S. C. Chup.   115. lu the Mattel  ol the Instate ol Louis
  So.li*riiiiiu.  deceased.
Notice    is    hereby     given  that thei    Notice   in    hereby     given   lhat uli
Uibboas   Lumber  Company,   Limited, 'creditors nnd others  having    claims
I bave applied to the Minister ol Puh-! against   the    Kstate oi    Louis Sod-
lic Works im  Oanada tor permission I*"0*0, '"tf ol    Arrowhead,   ll.   U.,
deceased, who died nt Arrowhead, U.
C, on or ahoui the llth day of July,
mil, are requested to neiid to the
undersigned, Solicitors lor August
Peters,.n and Herman Carlson, Kl-
ei'iitors ul the last Will of su.d de-
ceased, within i.j days from date,
full particulars ,., then claims, duly
verilied, and that alter that date the
suid K\e> uii.is will procoed to distribute the M.1**1 estate amongst those
entitled thorcto, regurd being hud
only to those cln.in- wb.ch the said
Kxt'cutors slmll huve then received
notice.
On ted November 16th,  1911
Hurvcy,  McCnrtcr and  P.ukhain,
Sollcitois  for  August   Peterson    and
liftman    Carlson,    KxccutorH of
the Uit Will ol Dcceaaed.   WM.
NOTIOB
Revelstoke Land District,
iiisim-t .,( Wesl Kootena;,
Tuke notice ihut I, John A. -Stone
of lievelstoke, Uritish Columbin, occupation hotel -keep, r, intend to
umDermen
;  •■ iii pa     in to
tnal<o a r ill
F.   B.    WELLS,
om * ■
■ . ii. c
i on i
i
li,   I make •
'*(    i ■.     i
Blioei. Pant' ,:■'.•. siuri*.
Bl mV *' !'n.
required Inyoui business,
NOTION
lievelstoke Laad  District,
ii*- 'i lol •■: West  Kootsoa •
Taka     doUoi    thai    I,    Harry I.
 ii v nf Rowland, ii   11,, occupa
i."ii. mining, Intends t" appl) for pei
in,mh,mi t,i purobase tbe lollowing dl
("iiu.il lands
■ ummmdng      il     ■   posl planted
ll   I" eh ' ' ••W'Ht ol the Houth*
 n'-r .,f i.nt A] ti, them   noi th
ns tbinee wt st |0 i hains,
outb i" chains, thince east
' t" poinl ni commsneement,
■ nntnlning .i2't m ••■    i  |, a
Dated December, Hth, 1911,
MARRY  I    LAl'DICi
Iit ts. .inai,    Pt n   BHsbsr, Ag»nt.
ShrM's Cure Shi/ohk Cure
.."li itlv   -.I.1P*,   < ..inlli.
Ili'' 'liu.,.i nud lunil-*.
"Id*,   h. ,.l
2.1 cfili
anirH, iliif .outh
ie threat ssd lus
enrfp enldj,  h«ai>
■» •   •   •   *}!> eta*.
i to construct an Aerial Tramway (rom
Dominion Timber Berth 816, over
. the Columbiu River to connect  with
i  siding  ut  the      llcvelsioke an I  Arrowhead branch ol the Canadian Pa
cillc   Uailway   Compnny, and   have do-
Posited   Wltb   the  said      Minister     ol
Public Works copies ol plans und description    ul     lite ol such   propositi
: Work,   ami   huve   also   deposited   with
I tbe District Hegistrnr ol Lund Titles
Ior Kootenuy  at Nelson,  B.C., dnpli-
catei oi smh plans nnd description of
I site.
Hated November 23rd, 1911.
Mncdonuld,    Honeywell *b   Graham,
Ottawa,   Out.,      Agents fol    Q, 8.!
McCuitcr,  Hevelstoke.  U.  C.  Hollc-,
ilon  for  the  Applicants.  N.25 30d.
NOTIOB
In thl Matter ol nn Application tor
lhe iB-ue uf u duplicute OettlBcatl uf
Title to Lot iti, Dlock 11, lmmi; purt!
■uf Kection 'it and M,     Township 23,1
itunge 2, West oi the I th Meridian,'
Town ul  Itevelatoke, Mup IMA, I
Notice is hereby given thut 11 la my
intent.on to issue at the expiration
of "n«i niuuth after the lirst publication hereof a duplicute of the Oer-
iilicute of Title to the above men
tioned lot in the nume ol Fredericka
Tlede, which Ccrtlllcnte Is dutel the
ll.lh day ot October, \')W\, und numbered   C1C4A.
Duted this 13lh day ol November,
I'll.  Nelson  B.C.
HAMUKL  R,  Hi ill,
District Heglslrar.
NOTICK
Kevelstoke  l>uud  District.
DiltrlOt of  West Kootenuy,
Take notice  that I, Hugo Koch, of
VanOOUVIT,  H.C., occupation, traveler
Intend to apply Inr    pernusilon     to
purchi I     iho      followlnf    described
l.lll'IS.
Commencing at a p.i*i planted
about  three quarter! oi a mill north
"'  Lot    n   AlTOW   Lakes  running
wall   "n'hains, thenee  nurth to chains'
ihence wit ^i chains,   thence south
10 chains,    alonn the Lakt shore   to
point  if!  eommeni'ini.'iit   „nd  c. nialn-
ing three hundred and twraty   acrn,
more or less.
Dated  November Ith,  I'lll.
RO00   KOCH,
ap-
tho
at
ap-
N I.J U
Ter W. Ogilive Agent  ldeoa.
ply for permission to poMi-ise
Ii.llowini;  ilesci ibed   Inn ll.
Commencing at a post planted
the North Wesl Corner ol land
piled for to be purchased by W. B
Robertson nml Marked "John A.
Stone's H.W. Corner," tbence north
forty chains, thenee east forty chains
thence south forty cha.ns, thence
west forty chains to the point ot
commencement nnd containing one
hundred and sixty acres more or
less.
Dated 17th October,  1911.
JOHN  A.  HTONB.
I'er  .Ihiiim*   A.  Shields,   Agent.
COMPANlb'H   AOT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that at tbe
expiration of one month from the
first publication hcieof, thn Itevelstoke Agricultural Society, Limited,
intend to apply to the Rtftltfttf o!
Joint Stock Oompanlaa to clmngethe
name ol the Company to "Weetern
Turl  AMOOlatlon,  Limited."
Duted this 1,'ith day oi Nov ember,
1911. N.I»,DflS.
W.  B.   ROBKRTHON,
Sn-i.■!,-,i >   of   Hiii'l   t'ompaiT.
I/euve your orders for Unit Ooal
with W. B. RobtrtlOl or Andy Dar« //
SATURDAY,   JAN.  tilth,  1912
THEC^^IL-IIIEIR^ILID, 'IRE^rElLSTOK:^
SATURDAY,  .TAK.   Llth,   1112.
FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE CITY OF REVELSTOKE FOR THE YEAR 1911.
Cash Receipts for the Year 1911.
BALANCES AT 1st JANUARY. l'Jll.
Molsons   liank,    Current   Account    ... $ l,5tiD.ll
Cash    on    hand          '.St>.27
$   1,855.3b
TAXATION.
Real    Property    Tax    l'Jll   $23,256.01
Real  Property Tax    Arrears      ti.O&t.iiS
Local Improvement, Tax lllll     3,540.12
Local  Improvement tax arrcurs      l,251.t>'.!
Sewer Tax     Commutation      1,000.50
Tax      Sale    Costs           12.70
Trmlc      Licenses      1,799.00
Liquor      Licenses       3,700.00
Dog     Tax          2-2O.U0
Roud Tux  .-.   1,0*83.80   i 42,490.19
PL'ULIC SAFETY.
Police Court Kincs $ 8,592,
Weighing     Kees 	
Pound Kccs 	
Cemetery Receipts 	
Sewer Connections 	
Plumbing   Permits   	
BUNDR1B8.
Interest  uu  Arrears  ol  Taxes  	
Interest on Savings buuk ucc.
Accrued Intercs-t, Dclwnture X
Accrued   Ink-rest,      Dobenturo   Y
Real      Estate  	
Refund for  School  Lands    	
Refunds    	
517.
to.
02.
588-
206
4CJ.
501.
110,
022.
UK)
2,200.
627
i   5,011.38
■J    1,030.33
1.00
1.00
.30
TKMPORARY  LOAN.
From   Molsons   Hank    $2O,:i00,
Lees     Repaid   20,000,
SCHOOLS.
Government    Uruut  $ 7,103
Government grunt  for      Building    12,094.55   If 19,497.85
WATER AND LIGHT SURPLUS.
Excess of receipts over payments  J18',080.55
Letfs interest on Debentures for Water
Light   and      Power     11,575.00   i   0.511.55
PROCEEDS OF DEBENTURES,
Delieniure  X t 9,000	
Debenture  Y  $50,000  	
..$ 8,802.90
...48,90-5.00
■$ 57,707.90
(JTIlliR RECEIPTS.
Loan fur Mackenzie Av. sidewalk  $ 2,700.00
[Savings Dank  Debenture  S  281,95
Savings Hank Debenture <i       845.4;)
Interest  ou  Sinking Funds     1,465.93
Savings Dank,  Sinking Fund   9,164.11
Savings    Hank,    Debenture   U     6,855.72   f 21,313.1!
Cash Expenditure for the Year 1911.
ADMINISTRATIVE.-
Ejection Expenses .    . ••( t 63.00
Postage  and  Telegrams    123.76
Printing and     Stationery   254.00
Otlice   Expenses     168,97
Salaries   2,980.w0
Audit     (Balance 1910 und 1911    512.50
Interest   Paid      714.20
Fuel    287.03
Janitor  aud      Supplies     435.15
Legal   Expenses    834.95
Assessment    316.85
Registration    of      By-laws    2.50
Advertising   und   Publicity     70.50
Office     Furniture   111.68
Consolidation   ol   Delientures     90.00
Mayor's      Remuneration     500.00   •$
PUBLIC SAFETY.
Heulth      Account. *$ 1173.90
Plumbing   Inspection     900.00
Police Suliiries  ,... 0,147.46
Police Clothing    318.10
Jail   Maintenance     1."72.81
Jail  Furniture                    10.30
Fuel for Jail   655.00
Prisoners      Health  07.CO
Prisoners Clothing    105.10
Police     General    Expenses      703.15
Magistrates Salary   315.00
Special  Police  134.47
Firemen     Payments    1,281.00
C.P.R.   Firemen   Payments    210.110
Fire  Brigade   Equipment     787.90
Fire Hull Upkcop and Expenses   ')~.b~
Fire Hall     Caretaker   soo.oo
Fire Alarm Repairs  30.92
Firemen   Expenses     00.50
Firemen      Accident    Insurance  ...... 250.00
Fires,   General   Expenses    10.00
Iusurunce  ou  Buildings    201.00
Repairs to Buildings   308.85
Inquests   .16.00
Dog Tugs   5.25
Cemetery  Caretaker    124.50
Cemetery   1.50
Sewer     Connections    1,217.91
Flushing Sewers   16.75   $
PUBLIC  CHARITY.
Sick nnd  Destitute   $K 527.10
Donations   1.1S7.27   $
PUBLIC  CONVENIENCE.
Streets -St Sidewalks construction   $ 2..'87.35
Streets   &   Sidewalks,, repairs     2,378.93
Sidewalk      Construction     1,092,08
Cement  Sidewalks     .'.73.09
Snow Service   930.90
Pound    2.30
Weigh  Scales     S.86
Tools    and    Implements     94.60
Cutting     Weeds   C.30
Street   Signs    142.10
Car  of  Sewer  Pipes    722.71
Irfss Received  657.20
Public    Works      Department     561.38   •*?
PUBLIC EDUCATION
School  Trustees    J22.214.55
New School   22,950.27   8
SPECIAL RATE ACCOUNTS.
Interest on     Crenerul  Debentures   $ 7,8*10.03
Interest ou Locui Improvement Debt. 6,826.68
DEBENTURE INTEREST PAID.
Municipal  General    (7,840.03
Locnl      Improvement    5,1*28.03
Municipal for YV.& L  8,575.00
Water    nnd Light   8,000.(10
J25,243.6«,
Debt.  S
City Debentures     purchased ... .
Savings    Bank.     Sinking    Funds
OTHER PAYMENTS
New    Jail  	
New  Tool  House  . ...
Fire Alaim System
Cement    Sidewalk,
Road    Machinery,  Debt.  X  „
Water nnd  Light  Debt.  Y  ...
Mackenzie    Avenue    Sidewalk
Sewers 	
Sundries  	
BALANCES AS
Molsons  Bunk.
Cash on Hund
5 1,168.80
1.105.9.1
| ; 278 :;*
96.29
240.84
98.90
8,913.90
38,264.91
2.U16.87
4.507.91
101.31
,498.18
ll,,213.7*7
1,714.37
8,141,'Jl
45,164.88
. 84,303.89
1,568.3-J
\T 31ST DECEMBER, 1911.
Current  account   * 2,586.90
        800.03   *   3..'*m  93
LIABILITIES
DEBENTURES  ISSUED.
Municipal   (329,800.00
Water   and     Light     117,000."'I
Louil      Improvement    117,574.28
Sinking   Fund    Accounts    1 411,270.31
Sinking     Fund for  1911      13,678.79
SUNDRY  CREDITORS.
On    Open      Account. $ 1,308.50
Tux   Sale  Surplus   162.46
Coupons,   not  presented     850.00
Advance,  Mackenzio  Avenue    2,700.00
Debenture Y      8,801.44
Special     Rate    Accounts   	
SURPLUS  ACCOUNT.
Being excess of  assets  over   liabilities
ASSETS
ASSETS   AVAILABLE.
Arrears  of  Taxes,  General.
..I 18,196.2:1
Arrears ot Tuxes, local    improvement   13,030.78   $31,827.01
(56-1,374.28
1 59,355.10
Cash     ou      Hand
Molsons  Bank  Current Account
Sundry    Debtors  	
o^ssets Not Available
800.0*3
2,585.90
147.33
( 35,360.27
ADMINISTRATIVE.
Oity     Hall and     Furmtur
( 13,948.40  i'L'BLIO SAFETY.
 ;    Jail 	
I   4,027.02      Fire  Halle	
Flrc  Alarm    System 	
Fire Brigade Equipment „
t 73,569.07      Isolation   Hospital  	
Ottwr   Properties  	
(   5,800.00
N
V
s
7,500.00
6,300.00
3,600.00
4,300.00
900.00
2,300.00
J 24,950.00
PUBLIC CONVENIENCE.
Streets  and   Sidewalks      J 53,000.00
Parks     7,200.00
Roud  Machinery  and Equipment  .   .     11,500.00
Sewers       106,2-*.30   1181,985.30
WATER,   LIGHT AND POWER.
Capitul      Expenditure  	
Book    Debts  and    Stock  	
1328,474.90
.    10,861.10
PUBLIC EDUCATION.
School  sit**,   buildings,
furniture.
(339,336.06
» 81.0CO.OO
SINKING FUND  INVESTMENTS.
Savings   Dank   Account    ( 38.766.04
City  Debentures  purchased        'J,166.60
(716,368.47
I 47,986.84
(716,368.47
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT
Statement School Expenditures 1911
WATER AND LIGHT DEPARTMENT.
Revenue  from   Water  	
Ilex.nne  from  Light   	
Revenue Irom  Power  	
.M.'t'i     Rent  	
Tapping   Mains   	
Iii.tnllation  and  Fixtures  	
Piintitii-r    and      Stationery    % 218.40
Elec.   It.   and   M.   Powei   house     2.77.1.5.',
Water    It.   and      M  728.40
Salaries   s. ir.2.5u
Elec. R.  & tl.,  City   45192
Fuel  for  Gas  Plant    969.35
Postage  and Tclegrums    . 107.87
Siding  Rent ut Power House   29.40
Fuel for  Power  House    282.00
Discounts  7,561.02
Insurance     1,498.30
Refunds     26.00
Telephone  Account    10.DO
Clearing Log  Jum     858.65
Interest   on  Water  and  1/ight  Debt.   ... 3.000.00
Interest  on  Muni.   Debt  8,575.00
Cashato,  Pump     180.'20
Hiilun.-e   Profit                 13,747.39
■J 14,280.05
89,991.67
2,756.62
1.014.95
9'.'. 00
141.82
( 48,577.61
Item.
Salaries,   Teachers
Janitor 	
Secretary 	
Repuirs  	
Supplies  	
Fuel   	
Printing   	
Grouuds  ...
Furnish.n gs
Rent  	
Medical Officer
Insurance   Renewals
Incidental   	
Ti/tal
Public     High
» 11,780.00   t   3
1,923.80
162.00
l,'.i80.G2
1.272.27
1,634.71
25.7U
10.80
122.90
75.00
100.00
887.50
114.26
■ichool
180.00
120.00
18.00
85.95
132.H6
74.55
13.50
J 18,639.59   (    3.574.96
1  hernliy certify    thnt    the above exhibit is a  true   and
currect  account  of  Schuol   Expenditures  for  the   year   1911
R.  B.  Si|Uarebrigcs,  Chairman.
T. W. Brn.lahaw.  Secretary.
Audited and found Correct.
W   T.  HTE1N   ik COMPANY.  F.  C.   V
City   Auditors
Balance  1'rotit  brought  down
( 48,577.61   » 48,.p.77.61
| 13,747.39
III addition to the said profit tlm city has supplied free uf
Cost, Municipal aud street lighting to tbo amount of
(4,"«9.00, also the free use of water for street and lire
purposes.
(159.023.72
(159,023.72
The Private Secretary
Mr. C. James Bancroft, one ol the
b.st known uf England's younger
Players, and » protege ol the lute
Sir Henry Irving, is presenting this
season a sumptuously staged revival
of one of the     most     famous of all
,.,„*, corned, successes "The Private
Secretary. TWs play-pronounced
by many to be th" (unniest ever writ
ten—has lived for many years and
hus never been equalled from tbe
standpoint of humor. Not to have
■SCO "The Private Secretary" is regarded ns just as much ul an omission by lovers of farce as not to
bave seen Humlet is to Shakespeur-
enn enthusiasts. Mr. Banoroft has
been surrounded by u splendid group
ol players nnd those who huve witnessed his great production Buy that
it is us thorough us wus the original, which stirred New Yorkers as no
other  comedy  has done.
"The Private Secretary" will be
seen at  the Opera House on  Monday
Jan. 16th.
| NOTICE.
Ke,elstoke Laud District.
District ol West Kootenuy.
Take notice that 1 Horatio Livcrni'
ltothwell ol Nakusp,  ii. c, occupa
tion bank manager,  Intends to     ap
ply  tor  permission  to purchase     thc
following  described   lands.
Commencing at a post planted 12o
chains south of the North-eust Corner ol T. L. 41274, thence south 80
chains, thenco euut ubout 30 chains,
to Arrow Lake, thence north along
Lako about 80 chains, tbence west
ubout 20 chains to point of com -
mencement, containing ubout 200
acres more or less.
Duted  December 20tb,  1911.
Horatio Level ue  Rothwell.
1st issue Jan. 6th.
NOTICE.
"The Private Secretary'' has already delighted almost a generation
of mankind, nnd now is going lorth
is uuto tbe end ol the world, for wc
are told that when Mr. Bancroft reaches Vancouver at the end of the
present tour, every country nnd al
most every ronehlernble town In the
world will lie nble to answer the in-
Uiiiry, "Do you know'"'  in the nlllrm
a tlve.
He could  certainly huve  no    rom-
plnint to lodge as to his reception nt
the Lyric last Uight, for a full and
enthiiKliiwtlr house applauded Nim
nnd the other members ol that li ia -
lone house pull). I'. .fames Ban
troft, ul course, took thn part M the
Rev. Robert Bpnllldlng, In the Iradi
lioiinl manner, and showed himself
Worthy of a name much honored iii
the theatrical World, The teiriflc unrip, Mr. Cntterrnole, with liver eaten
up by the peppery Bnucc pl India, ivas
one of the clii'-f      iii.iniHl.iy.   "(      11«:
play,   SS   rcpieiicnlcd   laiit   lllgllt       b>
Alexander Frank, and Bhlrley Uralth
Waits a" H"' tailor from  Bond  street
who would in- a gentleman, wns oqu
jill}   successful.
Revolstuki: Luud District.
District of WeBt Kooteuay.
Tuke uotice thut I. Durruwu Henrj
Rothwell uf Nukusp, B. C, occupa
tion gentleman, Inteuds tu upply (or
pel musiou to purchase tbe lulluwlng
dcscrllied lunds:
Commeuciug ut u pust pluutcd 40
ehuins soutb ol the North-east Corner of T. L. 41274, tbence soutb 80
chuius, thence eust about 20 chuius,
to Arrow Lakes, thence north ulung
Luke about hu cbuins, thence west
ubuut 2 chains to point of commenc*
ment, containing about 100 ucres,
more or less.
Dnted  December 29th,   1911.
BURROWS HENRY ROTHWELL
Pcr II.initio Loverno Rothwell, Agent
Jan.  Oth tirst issue,
I.IqUOR ACT,   1910.
notice ib hereby given that thirty
days alter dnte application will be
made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the tunsfcr ol tbe
licenm' for the mill of liquor by retail In und upon the premises known
ns the Oity Hotel situated at trrow
head, iiiiiieii Columbia, liuin John
Calsj i" Robert Cab)   ol  Arrowhead
Duted this Uh dny of Januarj 1912
JOHN   CALKY.
Juu io ist isbu"     Holdei *; i.
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MIMNG
REGULATIONS.
Coul mining lights ol the lioiuiniuu
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukun Territory, ihe
North west Terntoiics uud iu u portion of the Province ul British Columbia, nui)* be lensed lor u term ul
twenty-one years at au annual rental of }l uu acre. Not more than
2,500 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application fol lease must be made
by the applicant in person to the
Agent ur Bub-Agent uf thc district
in wlnen the rights applied f"i are
situated.
lu surveyed territory the land must
bo described by sections, ul I gal
sab-divisions ol sections, uud iu un-
hiuveyed territory the Hurt applied
'■ "i bhall be slaked out by the up ■
plicant   himself.
Each applicant muni l,e ucrompuii
ied by u fee of (t which will be le
final, d ,! the rights applied lur are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output ol the mine at thc
rate of live cents per ton.
The person operating thc nilus shall
furnish the Agent With sworn rcturun
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coni mined uud pny the
royalty thereon, ll lhc coal mining
rights arc not being operated, such
returns should be luriiishcd ut lvnst
once a yen*.
The lease will include thc coul miu
ing rights only, but tho lessee mny
lie permitted to purchuHc whatever
available surface lights may be con-
SMsred necessary Ior the working of
th.   mine at tht rate ul     (10.00     nn
acre,
For 'nil information application
should i in i It to the Secretary of
ths Department ol ths Interior,   ut
tiiwa,  or  t"  tbt  Ai'i-i't   or  Bul
■ •I lioin.i i Lands.
(I   \\. GORY,
Di p itj  Mlnlt ei ol tba (nterlol.
S B    i nnuthoi la id   publication    of
this advertisement will not  i* pnid
lor,
Advertise in Mail-Herald
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
FURNITURE
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
■■»»—   M' »'(f I    ■■■      '■»   ■!   "HI     MM 'Iff
WOOD FOR SALE
12-iflch und IG-incli lengths
furnished House on 3rd st. To Rent. $20 a Month
,    Apply for particulars to the undersigned
I'lliiM*: 276
W. B. ROBERTSON
Office on Second Street, next to Cummings Transfer OHice.
WATCH THIS SPACE
NEXT ISSUE
A. G. DUCK, ■ Electrical Store
MACKENZIE AVENUE
Day Phone-284 - Night Phone, 40
And Still They Go 1
PLAYER PIANOS!     PLAYER PIANOS!
tavern] Second'Hsnd Pianos hi-""! a- new.
Special line of small Koods ior  Xmas.
A lasting present i-* a mmlcal instrument.
,\-k 111 (or an) mosl cal Instrument in tht world mnl wr csn gel it.
Revelstoke Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
J. Bingham, Prop.
FOR 112 YEARS
POTTIES CELEBRATED AUSTRALIAN STOCK REMEDIES
Have Been Used With Success
Four generations have improved them until they have no
equal.
Keep your horses, cattle and other stock insured b.v having on hand a supply of Pottie's Remedies.
Sold in Revelstoke by ARMSTRONG & CO
JOHN POTTIE di CO., VANCOUVBR, B.O. ' ■■■■M •
SATURDAY,  JAN    ISth,   1912
THE  ^^IL-IBIIEIR^kJLrj,   .ELErVIECLSTOKIE
SATURDAY,  JAN.   Kith,   1912.
MS. ' 'IS   m       -
SECOND ANNUAL POULTRY SHOW
Many Prizes are Awarded and a Magnificent
Showing ot Prize Birds
tei lor best Cock, Hen, Cockerel eai
Pullet,  R.  C.  Ilufl Le.ghoruu.     Tn In
' won  tlir-ee   times.    K.   Vi.   Laing.
. report ol tht premiums won
it .i Score Card slow dlRerB soino-
..i .U'm the report ut a allow con*
... \u mt. lh. comparison plan. Tin; I Cup donated by C. P. Lind murk Ior
how recently conducted uy beet Male and Female Duck lu rliow.
.• Uevelstoke I'o'ultry and I'd To be won three times.
■ cs » soclatiun  was conducctvi on
poui
.lOCi*
vV t'l .
come
■ they
id or
i. Tbe
ami
ini".'
ovei,
al.l
.nl.i
tm.,*
: e score rar.1  plan, whilst   the
.■...ids .,t tue Agricultural
ct j  sUo»  ui     September last
. •   ou mim comparison  plan.
■•I. the score card birds must
.;■ to ,i certain standard  bi Ior
-. ... iie tor :i     tiisL,    i-i cot
lird  prize us the case may  bi
Ished   below  Indicates
-,*,.,■!  color  vniicties Brat
•..-. *   ■ con *i   •■' points ■•:
■ ■■ *. ;*i..:m  birds 89     points,
pri ■•■ us poii i      Thus h
Allied miglit  score  too low   to
■■ rd prize might in u comparison
nov tufci h .: f prise hecnusi the
tliers competing  were still  interior.
■ * ct ol conducting tli ■ show
.:•.•. tin mon exacting principle wus
ndicate to exhibitors   which,    I,
■; tbe i-ib.bits were lil   tu Com
u tbe large shown held on    the
it, a» it .;■■ considered useless   to
, bird to the    Provincial Shot
■   i  capal le to i«k** n     nr,i
„   i m-..*.--*. cai I competit on
i    umber ul tha exhibits sin  ■ *. .it
• .* wi **,* well over  the i in   y
* ..     .' .1   ■<• .rial    **l   til.'-.,    w ill    ' U|U"
ancouver next week
It   •*.,* ild  be almost   Invidious     to
■ auy   one oxlilliitoi    ivhere
- ol tlie exhibits  w i - so high
ut ntlon must    * mu i,* ol
the class ol the exhibit  made hy Mr.
V. i'   Hr'addell ol EnUi i *y.     iu    the
■    Wyandotte and White Leghorn
is  will   lie      Heen  Irom    the
ipec il  iwards, Mr.  IVaadell tukeitha
IJ     ind   *. Special   1'i.ze  f.,t   tn*  'ar**.-
lispluy   in  the      ivbolc
i      also   I   ok   tbe   two      cups
|,>r the best     male and    tii" best le
in thi  whole show.
.   kindnees ,u assisting  •■•uli tbe
'.rk  ■ ■( the sh**-..  au.l bandliug    the
i .-        •' wc,*::   tht   coops  and      tbe
ri—ni.  the Poultry Association
li      :   to  Hessrs.   Bdwardu    ol
Mi. li. y   Bommervllle of
i*'. Boamet and J. Malcolm
toke.   The e gentlemen work
i=.-i>t ; he oOlcers   *    tht
ition   In  t'ettn.g   through    tbt
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SPECIAL t'HI/.KS.
i'i.I   donated by Calgarj      lit  wing
tolling Col, lor     largi -•     and
liajflay  in srbol    ihoa     r '*   be   jngtHed
ihrce  tim,	
ty vil the  Uxhlbitor       tt
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iup donated H. V   Mi I
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i   , , ,i       •        f Hevelstoke I
pd    ■.[,. ',     \*-»..i* ,,'   ,   ,    ,. :
! mervllle.
Cup Jouuied by P. U. B-swi for
heat male and feuiulii siugle i.un rosu
comb Black Mlnorcas. To ie won
three   tiim'S*    Jan.   Matin.'.
Cup douated by W.  A.  Koote    I.'i
best Cockerel antl Pullet,   White C';' -
plngtonl   Donor uot to compete.  To
ibe won three time*-    il.ll.T. Kdwnrds
Cup donated by Mrs. B.M. Bmytbe
for best display of Pigeons. To b(
won three times,    tt.  A.   Morris.
Medal donated I.y A. E, Kincaid
lor Lesi display ol White Leghorns.
To be won three times.   P.C. Waddell
Special Prize.-tine Cockerel and
three Pullets, value $25. Donate! by
Mr5. li. A. Lawson lor besl dlsplii)
■il lA'ghoru.-, nil varieties Donoi
not to comepete.   ir. C. Waddell.
Special Prize.--One Cockerel ,.ud
three Pullets, HI l. Reds, value i'2b.
Donated by J. A. Morgan foi oest
display • *; u. 1. Reds, single aud
rose combs, Donoi not to compute.
P. Klcetbaui.
Barred Rocks -Best Cock and Hen.
ftminiiugB Transler * tb cash; beet
t'.iekerel nud Pullet, P, Fleetham, set
carvers; Pen, Howson Ai. Co., pair
iplotures.   Won  by RM.  Smythe.
White Rocks—Cock and Hen, w. A,
Foote, two sacks wheat, R. M.
Siuvthe. Cockerel uu-i Pullet, A.
Pradaloui, one suck bran, J. Devine,
Pen, Armstrong fi Co., prize, value
'.'.   II.   M    Smyth''.
Bull Rocks Cockerel in I Pullet, T.
Kilpatrick,  Biieclal pi   ■ 15 00
II   M.  Smyth.'.
pen—Revelstoke Wim   S   Spirit   Co
value J*'    R. M   *-'in> 'i"'
Silver   Wyandottes    Cock   nnd   Hen.
M.-K nm. -ti  and  Sutherland,   prize, < il
ne lb; Cockerel and Pullet,   i
■ i      ox I'nioi      gars;   Pei .   J     Uny
Barber,  pr se,  value 15,  P.  Fleetham
White  Wyandottei   I and   Hen,
R    ' lordon,   ;■:    ■   I due   : I "-rkerel
and  Pullet,  W.   Bews ; I ise  value K;
pin.   \. J. McDonell,
F, c, Waddell.
Partridge     '■'• "r-'l
lien,   H.   M.   Smyl due 8!
K. T. Petar.
i ockerel  and  I ullet,  H    "■ K
;*i*..*.. val :•   ;■*.   J    v   Pataraon.
Pet    ' nt i
I-i. T.  i
i:;  l   it,*.is.
■1 i    Hei i '
Cockerel and Pullet, li. McLean, 1
sack shorts.    W.  Smith.
Orpingtons, White—Cockerel and
i'ullet, Mr. Duck, reading lamp. Cl.
11. T. Kdwnrds.
1'cd, Mr. Bingham, special prize.
W.  A. Koote.
Orpingtons, Black—Cock and Hen,
W, Bachelor prize *$.">.;Cockcntl and
Pullet, Bent & Humphries, [wii hoppers; Pen, .1. Mclntyre, snek ol
wheat,   Pr.  Keith.
Deese—BeBt Pair, G. Vi. Bell, one
sack ol shorts. 0, W. Yohng.
in Display.—Largest and best display iu the whole show, Mliyor Hamilton, ill) cash prize. P. 0. Waddell.
Best Pen White Hocks—$5 prize by
Hevelstoke Hardware Co., won by K.
M.  Smythe.
Eggs—Best dozen of white eggs, A.
ll. Sing, box cigars.  B. P. Bomraer-
ville.
Best dozen Blown eggs, Hevelstoke
Meat Market, r.n Ihs. green hone. K-
M. Smythe.
Barred Plymouth Hocks- H. M.
Smythe, cock 1st, hen 1st, cockerel
2nd, pullet 1st and 2nd, pen 1st; .1.
Shaw, cock 3rd, cockerel 3rd, pullet
:ird. pen liud; Mrs. llnrhinson, Phoon
*,.\,  11.  C.„  cockerel  1st.
White Plymouth Rocks—R. M.
Smythe. cock 3rd, hen 1st and 2nd,
pen 3rd; .1. .1. Devine, ben 3rd, pul -
let 1st.
Bufl Plymouth Rocks—R. M-
Smythe, pullet 2ud and 3rd.
Silver Laced Wyandottes—F. Fleet*
ham, hen 1st, cockerel 1st and 2nd,
pullet 1st, 2nd aim 3rd, pen 2nd; 0.
Vi. Young, hen 3rd.
White Wyandottes—F. C. Waddell.
Cock 1st, 2nd and 3rd. lien 1st, 2nd
mid 3rd, cockerel 1st, and 2nd, pullet 2nd and 3rd, pen 1st, N. McLeod,
cockerel 3rd,  pullet  1st. pen 2nd.
Partridge Wyandottes - Kd. T.
Petar. cock  1st.  hen 1st and 2nd, pul
Johnston,
Paterson,
(I.   Woodland,
Selgtrled,
.1. Devine,
A.   Johnson,  cockerel    2nd
P.  Fleetham, pullet  Ist and
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Pen, '■' llson     Bro
,i   Cleland
'        H .tr Leghoi aa, R.i     Cock  and  lien
• t :■■ ■   prise value •
'or  ei H •    ,,    -    m*
i     *       McLennan
.-     K   W.  Laing.
,.   horns   i     -   u     Hen, P
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(k.-i   rap;   , "  '     "■   pleetham
Pen, F. M. tl I'    !•    '
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Bi   •;,   I.*.':**.it.«.       ;    Bock
Hen   !■'.   i '   ■     f pi   •■ ■     ■'■'
r   Petal
Cockerel   i   I Pullet       l> Oallli in
.  ■*, ,i iron     (•;   U   Woodland.
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lot 1st, pen 3rd; I..
'cock 3rd, hen 3rd; .1
' pullet 8nd and 3rd; K.
cockerel 3rd.
Rhode  Island  lL'ds -
<vck  2nd,    pullet. 2nd;
ilen   1st
and 8n
3rd.
White Leghorns, s. C. F. C. Wad i
dell, cock 1st and 2nd, lieu 1st, 2nd, ■
and 2ud, pullet 1st uud 2nd. pen 2nd;
J. Deviue cock 3rd, cockerel 1st and
3rd; J. Boyd, cockerel 2nd; P. Fleet-
hum, pullet. 3rd; B, P. rioruuiervillc,
pen 3rd.
Bud Leghorns, S.C-H. P. Mclviti-
nonl cock 1st and 3rd. hen 3rd. cock
erel 2nd and 3rd, pullet let, pen 3rd;
J. Cleland, cook 2nd, hcu 1st and
2nd, pullet 3rd, pen 1st and 2nd; T.
w. Bradshaw. cockerel 1st; H B. H.
Smythe, pullet 2nd.
Bufl Leghorns, H. C—F. W. Laing
cock lei. lien 2nd, cockerel 1st, 2nd,
and 3rd, pullet 1st, pan 1st and 2nd;
.1. Boyle, pull I 2nd; J. Hack, pullet
Ird.
Brown Legl) rns, 3.C.—L. Ballard
hen 1st, Kd. Petar, cock 2nd, heu
2nd and .Ird. pullet 2nd, pen 1st; K.
11. Woodland, cockerel 3rd. pullet 1st
and 3rd-
Bri wn Leghorn . H ■ K. Cl. Wood
lnnd,  hen  1st,  2nd anu  3rd, cocderel
rd, p     ■ '   lat    2nd and 3rd.  i   2nd
I lai k   Mlnorcas,   8. C    .1    '".vlaud.
Ird,  I.'*:* 2nd; .1    Mathie, cuca
Ird.
Black   Mim rcas,   R    C     J,   Martin*
.-    -• 2nd and  Ird,    cockerel
t, lat and 2n I,
1st; Le cockerel   Ird   ,
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bast     iu*.wn   leghorns,  H   C
Hen,     t'ofkerel   mil    i  illet    and  Pultel,   [I    McDonald  pri*
'i-.., ni.tt.'  class,  #n|   i.n ■•■I: i ■  bs j: cash   r-n, l'   ll   B  II    PI '
three tiass    PI '    w"' >.:'•'•.   K  >■   Woodland.
i  i|  donated    >   Reveiatoks Poultry!   Black  Mlnnrrns, H   0    Cock      ind
i'.t Utook     Assoelatlan f"t bssl  H$n, Ualsy iifs. prize value tb.   3.
Male  and   Female.      Orpington OlafS, 'Cleland.
..ny   variety.   To  be  won   three Hm»J !    Black   Mlpol as.   I)    V,    '"''k      ami
lir.  Keltb, I Hen, A    Stone pn/.i   value »'.. Oo«k
« up donated i*> Hugh McArthur for] erel and Pullet, Lawrence    Hardware
Wyandottes,    Cockerel     and  Oo. prise value |li   Pen   Cl   (luelletto
Pullet.   'I  v*■ ii tV'. t.n.M   P,C   one sack   ihortB   d   Mnthle
i irjilDgstous,  Bufl  Cook   an I    Hen
    i.j   King " Iward <■■ -  *   Hobaon oo« sack ti    I   0r»»cb.
Dr. de Van's Female PilU
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BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
Patronize
Local Industry
GET YOUR
AT HOME
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVIenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
c/4.ccount Forms Ball Programs
Wedding Sttaionery Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms    Tags, Etc
oMAIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery. Our
stock sf  printing  papers is large
and  well selected.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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... SATURDAY,  JAN. 13th, 1912.
THEFMAIL-HEBALD, 'EEYEILSTOKE
SATTRDAY,  JAS'.  1.1th.  1912.
tm a——hm——
The Ladies' Hospital Guild
will serve Tea in the Store
Friday and Saturday.
DON'T MISS 11
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. $. Hume Si Co.. limited
TAKE ELEVATOR TO
DRY GOODS, TOY AND
FANCY GOODS DEPT.
See the New Cash Carrier
jry CLEABiisra
Lots of Bargains in the Dry Goods Department these Days. Annual Stocktaking is
in full swing and many lines come to light that we want to turn into money quickly
We realize that the surest way is to give you a Real Bargain. Hence you will see
many articles displayed with Price Cards on them that will move the goods quickly.
10 per cent off on all Sheetings, Towelings and Pillow Cottons
Here is an item of real interest to the thrifty" housekeeper. During our January sale we
will give you a reduction of 10 per cent on all sheetings, towelings and pillow cottons. You
will appreciate the saving on such staple goods as these.
25 per cent off the Following Lines During Our January Sale
We are offering the following lines at a great reduction during our January Clearing Sale:
Ladies Coats Ladies' Dresses Ladies Furs Ladies Fancy Collars
Ladies Fancy Handkerchiefs
100 Tea Aprons
Go on sale Thursday" at 25c; some long
some short, nicely trimmed with embroidery and laces. These will be quickly picked up at this
Price 25c
50 Semi-Ready Corset Covers
The " Lily White," the daintiest you
could imagine. We have never seen
anything equal them for less than
$2 to $3 each, and they are almost ready
lo put on.    Clearing this lot at a
Bargain, only- $1.00
10 Lovely Dressing Gowns
very heavy, light and dark red, Gait
Fleece Eiderdown Flannel, all wool, nicely trimmed with braid, heavy black-
girdle
A Real Bargain $5.00
20 Skirts at a January Price
e>tlready we have sold a number of
these skirts and those who have purchased pronounce them a real, genuine
bargain
Get one at $4.90
Groceries and Crockery Department
Pork and B
eans
The time to buy 1 When? Monday and
Tuesday, Jan. 15th aud lbth. Pork and Beans
in 1 Ib. and ; Ib. cans. On ilicsc two days
wc will cut tlie price of lhe .', Ib. cans, put up
in Chili Sauce, to 20 cents, or ^ for ,-;.s cents,
and the 1 Ib. cans to— 2 cans for 1 ,s cents.
REMEMBER I  Only Monday and   Tuesday.
Dinner and Tea Sets
See our corner window for these articles,
ln the while and gold pattern you ^ct a beautiful Dinner Set that will always be in style
and one that you will never tire of. The blue
and white sets are in great demand ihis season
and wc are now getting to the last lew sets ,1
nice large set for the price. In thc French
Limoges you get something thai you can al-
wavs lill in your stock when you break a
piece and have a high grade dinner set. See
our Tea Sets at $6, of 40 pieces, and our 10-
piece Toilet Sets at $,v75-
Syrups   Syrups
Have you tried any of our McNally's Pure
Maple Syrup. If you have not; why not?
We guarantee this Syrup pure and appetizing,
made from the sap of the good old maple
trees in the forests of New Brunswick, there is
nothing on the market to compete wiih il. Put
up in quart bottles at 50c. and 1 Gallon cans
at $2.25 each. When vou try il you will use
no other.
Bovril!    Bovril!
Wintei weather is Bovril weather ! You
will cat well, sleep well and look well if you
drink a lillie hot Bovril each day this cold
weather. One bottle will last you and family
a long time. It is nourishing and helpful tu
vour system. Put up in 2 oz., 4 o/.., 1-■ oz.
and ib OZ.  hollies.
Toilet Soaps
We are making .1 big push on Toilet
.Soaps for 'he next month and are offering
some bargains on some oi the best lines we
have --hown. Our 25c. line pui up in fancy
boxes oi ; cakeseich is in big ■.lemand. Our
luilli toilet soap at soc. per do/en cakes is in
itself .1 rare bars;.lin. Don'l tail lo ask to sec
these lino.
Appl
es
We still line a lew boxes oi the best
grade ol apples in stock Wagner, Jonathan
Northern Spy, and a lew other varieties and
we guarantee the quality of every box. Hotels and rcstauranls will make no mistake in
buying our cooking apples at $1.75 per box.
Lay in a siock now, as thej are sure to bc
higher in the latter part of the winter. Our
lahle   apples are   all wrapped   10 insure   their
keeping.
Fruits and Vegetables
Lettuce, Celery, Sweet Puialoes, Bananas
Oranges, Lemons and fresh Pineapples arriv-
ing today.
Canned and Bottled Fruits
Wi: are jusi opening up a large shipment
ol Crosse \ Blackwell's fruits in glass jars and
.ins. I hesc good'- are known lhe world over
and have a world-vide reputation. They are
made from lhe best selected home grown fruil,
bottled and canned under ideal conditions
within a few hours of bemg gathered straight
from thc orchard. It is difficult to tell the difference between these and freshly stewed fruits
In 1-lb and 2-lb glass  jars, 4-lb and
7-lb cans All varieties
Mens Furnishings, Boots and 'Shoes
MEN'S OVERCOAT SALE
We are clearing .nil all the remainder of our splendid line of Winter Overcoats, Now, just when
you need one, is thc time to investigate these priees. lt will pay you. Kvery coat l>cars thc famous 20th Century Brand Label, and is up to their high standard of quality and workmanship.
$15.00 Value
Vline of coats that we were
justly proud of at the regular
price. Cut in the latest fashion
with easy, pleasing lines, they
come in black or grey cloths
wiih velvet collar, either in 4s
or 50 inch lengths.
Sweater Coat
Bargains
All our Sweater Coats must bc
cleared out by the end of the
month. To do this we are offering some exceptional bargains. Our
line consists of Hewson's and
Vancouver Knitting Co. goods.
Both standards of excellence.
Men's Pure Wool Sweater Coats
Both plain ami Iiiiii neck. All
tlie new pattern* ainl weaves.
Tbey were good values at 04.50
and 15.00.
Sale Price, $3.50
Men's Sweater Coats
Medium quality, high mul low
neck*.   All shades and pattern!
Sale Price, $2.00
Boys' Hewson Sweater Coats
iven.    n<xxl   wearing,
ll.lll.l
I'vre Wool.
Sale Price, $1.75 Each
Boys' Sweater Coats
Medium qunlity. Shades 'if
lirown, gray ami green. Bai ep
tlonal value al
$1.00 Each
$18.00 Values
Tweed Ulster with wide, reversible collar. No extra hardware around thc neck and a
perfect tit, in high as well as
low collar.
'• Muto" Coats, — In heavy
tweeds, full ,S2-in. length, collar mav bc used cither close
lilting high or as an ordinary
open collar.
Herring Bone Worsteds, plain
neat cut, 45-inch length, velvet collar. A neat, serv ieahlc
coat, suitable lor all occasions.
C. B. HUME & CO., Ltd. I
a VITUHaY,   .IAN.   i:'*t.li,   V)12
T.-HE^MI-^xr.-iaiElRJk.XuIJ, 'REVE LSTOKU
SATURDAY,  JAN.  1.1th,   1912.
New Year's Bargain Sale
SPECIAL PRICES ALL OVER THE STORE
i   Several  cars  long lasting coal    is
i coming luto Coursier's.
Girls' Winter Coats
Six only Girls' Winter Coa' *, all thia sea-
Bon's styles, Sizes, 8, LO, I i and ll yours
Sale Prices $4.50 to $5 Each
[f you need a coat for any of the above
ages you cannot afford to overlook these.
Ladies* Tweed Costumes
1 Gre   S e Suit, Si/.e 30, *10
Black Serge Suit, Size 3<!       * *10
(j onlj Tweed Suits, Size 31, 36, and  38.
Reg. H 25and $30.   On Sa'.'.at . .$1(3.50
Furs     Furs     Furs
Ono only, Pony Coat. Keg. W5. Sale
.-Vii. 1 only, French Seal Set. Reg. *70.
Sale Price, I '0. 1 only Astrachan Set.
Reg. $48.    Sale Price, 25.
Chllds Sets—Grey Persian Lamb.
Ladies'   Sable   Stoles   l/idies'    tsale'la
Fox, Ladies'Mannoi stoles.    1'rice ranging from J3 up.    The above are all now.
Ladies' Dressing Gowns
Made   from   Eiderdown.
City llectlons
i&
Sale  Price
#4.r»o
Fancy Wrapperettes.    Sale Price      $10
Sale Prices on all
Men's   Goods
""Men's Winter Overcoats—Sale Price, $10
Men's Youths' and Boys' Suits, odd
Trousers, House Coats, Men's Underclothing.
This Sale includes everything in
our Entire Slock'. Come Early and
iici tirst choice.
\i i'„. election tor il i ir ■ ln In' t'">
3rd Wanl and school trustees Uold
l.lBl 'I'i'Uis.l.iy, tin' f' 'low i,- M" I iiii Im.1
A I.li !'iii"'i i'liu. 1iiI:i'..'m ■'■' li ' ' * *'
ii, \; \i I'lilinniaott ii i1 I'.'litt .' !i..w.
'1 ii • hi*;,  t «i. were • '•
in   tho     Bchool     trustee    t lest
Thomas Kilpatrick, A'i <. Mt '■•'*• H.
Manning nn I C, !•'. L.I11 li 1. *'* wero In
tin' raco, ivhilc the lu-.i fires wcie
elected.
Ca-il nf Thanks
cTWillinery
o4ll our Millinery going  at  Half
Price at this Sale.
YOUNG
HIE CITY IN BRIEF
[nupectoi   Mnslie  lelt   this morning
,,,.  s,,.   1 [or Moose  Jaw.
Mrs, )'•■  Ralph Lawn m  *   Mi !* "   "'   |
,,win.. .   m ill  receivi   on  Mondu>    the
ISth Inst, atternoon and evening
Thi   Royal    TemplarB   mei   in    thi
Ij *   room on Thursday  evening i"i
instullutlou ol members.
Mrs.  -I    K.  Watsou,     Third stroel
v,   on the third Tliursdu)   In
each month.
Mr. r. H.  Reeve,  toilet  ol  the    lm
pcrial hank, has been transfetii 1    to
Calgary,  and  leaves  tor   the   inu.rie
city tonight.
I i
Exhibition  ol     ladles  spring     ut
evening  dresses,   Friday  und   Sal ir
. iy,  Jan.   lUtb und 18th.   Ladies, w
will tnke   your     order  lor n  Bprln'4
suit.—C. B. Hume & Co.
MUSIC—Misi Johnson, pupil 1
Miller, F.R.A.M., London, is prepared to take a limited number ol pupils tor tuition in music. For l 'tms
apply ut the ri Bldeni b ol J, K.
Johnson, first bousi wesl ol the hospital,  First  street.
HONE\
I'iiim Whn, Clover lloni'j 111 ■ Hi, Cans.    This is   ■-■ uicltilii.l;   you
will liml nwfulli  nii-i  ;i this season bf the year.
HOME-MADE JAM    in irintMiliil i|uuits, nlass j.ire.    This  Is
.il'-oliiloh pure ami well iuu up.
SYRUPS    1'nre Maplr Syrup ill Uittlcs or cans, whicli ui  -imi
.1 nti-t- '.0 l>i* tin* liesl.
To tho  Kli'i'toi*** "l  il •    ■    '••■'
Ladles anil gentloinon   Vi 1   I'm to to
express oui   thanks i.> llu   el wtnrs ol
tl Itj   i"i   th.-    i'iiiiiili'1'i'i'    in    us
Kliottii I..* tin 111 in electing us to ol-
ftco as Bchool trustees hy i 10I1 .1
handsome vote. We slmll do oui ut
most to merit   thul    confidence    and
place tho   cl I  afialrs ol  the   city
on a good  tooting.
runs.   KILPATRICK,
A    McRAE,
Commissioners Recommanded
At 11 meeting ol the UxecutIve ol
tli,- Consei ■vntlvt Association hold
lust Thursday, the following names
wero rn "nmn 1.'li'.I tor Police and Lie
ense Commissioners:
License Commissioners- Alderman
Barber und  «'. A.  Sturdy.
I   Police   Commissioners —  Alderman
Abrnbamsnn and Ed. Trimble.
1   Tlir Muyor lieing ox-oftlclo n member ol both committees.
HOTEL ARRIVALS
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
READ
11
*
bill 1 nil the ..iiiii'*:!-
ol luniii' mile-.s ) ■ 11
have 1 ii-.* "i i'om ow 11
MARK
tin
ilu
foi
onI\
froiit
Slutp-
ti'.n nl
lii'tni -• wc llu\ c
ili-on Third St,
, shot; ",-i.in,*.'
*' ■    C. 1
anil Statt
R
on.
LEARN
to l.c [ml ; -mii 111
nml m>l lie ]' «>: :k:
t c tt w Iit 11 ; ou 1.1.1
easil) [a\ foi .1 In mit
through oui Ii an
systems
KOOTENAY   AGENCIES  LIMITED
\i 1,*.., ■    .1   Uiv  King  Edward    Ioi
ite.-ii ending -'.in   li'th
.1. vv,  Robinson, Vancouver.
ll. 1:   -m.i'i'. Vuncouuer.
Miss M, IS. Kessly, Culgnrj
O. C. Parker, Vnncoiivei
16, 8.  Sondheln,  Xancouuer.
M   .1. Cook,  Arrowheud
R, I'. Haannher, Fargo.
.1. Flcshmnn,  Vancouver.
O. (iiol.ii,  Vancouver.
,1. Sweddon, Nnkusk.
Mis.-  Sweddon,   Toronto.
M.
i*:
T.
.1.
II.
.1.
The Girls'
al Guild wil
Auxiliary   ("
give 11 Ball
the Ho
.11 Feb.
pit
11.
Mr. C. F. 1 lm 11 k entei t aincd the
members of thc Methodist church
ihoir ul Ins r,'s,,in,I-,* on Friday ei
ening last,
il
th,
al
The annual meet ug. ■■'. the bo ir.l ol
le  will  be  held on Tuesday  even-
next   the   li.tb  Inst,  ut   tbc  Clt)
Hall.
r .   1. idiea Aid ol  tbe     M I
church    will hoi.I  a  tea  nn 1  -
•   ' ooking  at   tiie  lionic  ol
..link's  on  Thin ;dnj.   Jan.
• rnoon aud evening.   Vdm
(ernoos  1*""*    evening 25c
CORRECTION - I',  ili" lisl   ol   i    m
ng events elsewhere in  this issue the
i ,B C.'s are reported t" .   ■
;.ert ou ti*    22nd ..f February    in the
Edtsi n theat        It  Bhould have read
.ii tin    ipera  hous■
Tl      mn ial  cougregal ** .nal   nn   ' lug
.-•    .1,,i*,ii•*.     Presbyterian    c. *ircl,
on Tuesday,   Jun.   I  rd,
•   •     . lock^ when  tii*   . *:
•*  tor tin* pnst  year  «
; and  the regular  buslnei
. ii gregatlon  transacted.
it   -j     underst i  thai   I
■    .-   i|  the   \--: li ultt i il
■ ..1 ,.t the Bamt   dati      und
t not be | for
tbe meetings 1       nil
.,      week
of tin* winti
*. in-
 tin,i
and   w
ol St.
more
Tbe w
i most
ol  i* lining  the deslri il     fun.I
■ (eel  sure that  the  m
John's i hurch will i .ij
i  .,;     i in* amount    mi nl
.rk ol collect
Mr.  F    IV. Lo the
II.   C.   I'm,Itli     '*. to
day for  V anci    * * -    ■•■ here he
i n*i the li. C. I'.Hili rj       \ — *M..it.,,u
a'uiual  i-xbi * it
Mrs.  Murray,
the
past   tl
Bister   Mrs.  Greenw
■
Mrs F, u La
i 'Thimble Pai
on  >;xi'u street
.-...nn*   l ....
ent, and a most
Tl *   ■
, i   Peoplt
., *;,■  report  on  I
'
'
■ ■
dertaken    lij
meel ng * *  >'■ * Int      ...
in   wbich '
inten II 'l"';l
-ul.
BUSINESS LOCALS
St., it.
Mi'.mn.
f
saj   i
uipot' int,
t tbe fact       •    ■*
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•
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trc       '■'
■
ti r>-.*
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♦  I
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oen
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i: i  er, Vancouver.
N. Vetter, Seattle.
Kempls, wancouver.
MeKinnon, Vancouvei
K   Harkins, Arrowhead.
ii. Monk, Arrowhead.
8, Cook,  Arrowhead.
.1.  i',i*.'.inin.  Arrowhead.
W. Ferguson, Arrowhead.
s   McEachern,  Arrowhead.
i'   \v. Wells,  Kami
F.   11.   Kill,.it.   Yam wr
W.W. Word and wife, Toronto.
ll   King,  Arrowhead.
W.   \. Tlskey, Oaigary,
lv   1',-aa.   T.ifl
T. Nicholson, Kamloops.
D    l\i..iiist'.   Spoil.i.i*
.1   P. Fisher, Oalg
UNION HOTEL.
T   Wilkie.  S'aausp.
...  Nakusp,
ri        I wile,   Irros In a.l
iclsr.
Klldonan,  Man.
Kill,,inin.   Man.
ha   li'itt.*   Mont.
I   Mellon   Beaton
a   -        Hali
Vlderl in,  Craigellacbie.
ii i"'i head.
•'   Kli iver,
illey,
'. •       ' ***!;,   I.      \ 1 m
Toronto
'
•
A.  Bwanson, Ca.gary,
tl. Ha wo, Comaplix,
II.  Btoolc,  Calgary.
\.   McLeod,  Calgary,
.1. Bfceolo, Calgary,
s.   Illtchrap,  Arrowhoad,
.1.  C.  McGee,   Bdmonton,
A     Munro,   RogOl'S   I'uss.
Cl. Loney, 21 Mile Board.
.1   McM'illar, Tucomn
H. Adair, Calgary,
J,  t'aatts.  Nelson.
i. W. Tumor, Kamloops,
\. Glentri, Nelson.
.1. Boboski, Arrowhead,
J. C,  McGee, w Innlpeg,
c.  iii'iiisironi, Cranbrook.
ii. McKay,  Nolson,
A. Murray,  Arrowhead,
\v. j. Earls, Nolson.
■ i.  Daalels,  Notch Hill,
w.  Farquhar,  Winnipeg,
•i. li. Burns, Oaigary,
w. j. Johnson, Kamloops.
8. Adair, Bpokane.
.1. c. M.tli-i'. Qolden,
.1.  King8liurg, fliasi*.
II.   York,   Rogers  I'ass.
I M. I fl. Motes
Tin' Association building Is now
eaulpped with a Bplendid billiard
room. which consists of two pool
tallies and one large English billiard
table, for  the use of its members.
Snow-shoeing—A meeting lias been
called for Monday evening noxt for
all those Interested in Bnowshoeing,
get busy hoys and enjoy the outdoor
sport.
Sunday "Afternoon Everj man is
invited to the Sunday atternoon
moetlng at ,: 15; the meetings are
nou ln'1'1 in ilu' lobby, Rev. ('. A.
Procunier will he tho speaker Sunday
and Messrs, Cameron and Samson
will slug.    Kvery  man  welcome.
The following games hnve been play
id mi the alleys:
January 5—Business Men vs. i'or
ley Housel Business Mon l game,
Corley House - games.
January 10—Lawrency Hardware Co
vs. Ramblers:   Lawrence Co, _' games
Ramblers l game.
II.It V.M.C. V,   BOWLING    LEAGUE.
All league games commence at i.:m
snaii*.   Captain ol each team Is    requested to havo bis ii i.ii  tn play at
the scheduled  time.   League     games
to be played on     Mondays, We,lms
days an.l Fridays, unless     otherwise
notified before evening ol gamo.
Jan. "'   Businessmen v. Corley House
Jnn.  s—Y.M.C.A.   v.  J.B.C.
Jan.   10—Lawrence  Co. v.    Ramblers.
Jan.   12—Businessmen  v.   Y.M.C.A.
Jan. i.'i- J.B.O. v. Ramblers.
Jan.  17—Lawrence Co.t. Corloj  H'se.
Jan.   19—Businessmen  v.Lawrence Co
Jan. 22—Y.M.O.A. v. Ramblers
Jan. 24—J.B.O.  v. Corley  House.
Jun. 86—Businessmen v.  Ramblers.
Jan.  29—Y.M.O.A.  v.  Corley  House.
Jun.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Fob.
Feb.
Fob,
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Fob.
Fob.
Mur.
Mar.
Mar
Mur.
Mar.
lii   J.B.O. v. Lawrenco Oo.
2—Buslnessmon  v. J, B.C
5—Y.M.O.A, v.  LaRronoe Co,
7--i'ui,*;,* Houso v. Ramblers
D—Busluesi nn it  •   Carloys.
12—Y.M.O.A. v. J.B.C.
ll   Lawrence Co,  v. Ramblers.
ii,   Businessmen  v.  V.M.C.A.
ri   J B.C,  v.   Ramblers,
21    Law(euce  Co,  v.  Corley's.
;   iii sinossmcu v.  Lawrence Oo
Hi.—Y.M.C.A.  v.   Ramblers.
ms   ,i.n c. v. Corley  IIoubo
I—Businessmen v. Ramblers.
■I—\ .M.I .A.   v.   Oorley   House.
C—J.B.O,  v.  Lawrence Co.
•S--lliisiiieHiimcn  v.  LaRrence Co
ii   i .M.c.A. v.  Lawrence tio.
Mar. 18—Oorley House v. Ramblers.
SBCONB BECTION,
Owing io the large uumbai ol mem
hem wishing to     participate In    the
bowling, it was pressed upon  us    to
toriii a aciv league.   Four teams eon
siitiiie     the league,   and tho games
will   bo played oil on tho alleys   on
Tuesday and Thursday eveulugs, com
inonclttg at *S p.m. sharp. Tims it.
will give all others who have not
been placed on any team an opportunity   t"   have   n   game   lieloi
o'clook.
.iiuii 16—Maple Leafs v, J.B.C,
Jan.  18—Ml-etdrahs v,  Heavers.
Jan. 23—J.B.O. v. MJetdrahs.
Jan. 26—Beavors v. Maple Leafs.
-Jan, 30—Mletdrahs v. Heavers.
Feb.  I—J.B.O. v. Mletdrahs.
Feb. 6—Beavers v. Maple Leafs.
Fob, 8—Mletdrahs v. J.B.C.
Fob.   1*3—Maple Leafs  v.  Heavers.
Feb.  16- J.B.O. v. Mletdrahs,
Feb.  2(1—Beavers  v.   Maple   Leafs.
Games will be counted instead
pins.   Two games will   constitute
league game..
Field  and   lhc Ladles'  Guild.     Also
a ii'boli,' ,.*ii was pn isi I expressing
ibe upprociai mn oi t.i • VcBtt-y ol tho
kin,I oiiii'.'.-i and advices ot the Rector
There was a bright musical and literary   program,   pleasant  and   profit«
ab'e I" all.
Correction
The  [nei  accounl   In  tho  City   Fin
uncial  Statement   as  published    last
issue, was ei i onoiisly charge.! to the
Police Department as $666, but
snoiild  huve  read ub follows:
Oity  Hall   8287.02
Jnll   294.70^
Kire  Hall   No,   I      66.46
Firo Hull No. 2   B98.86
Totul  -$'.142.02
eight
RB\ BLSTOKE  ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby given thut Courts
ol Revision uiul Appeal, under tlie
provisions of the "Assessment. Act"
and the "Public Schools Act," for tho
Kevelstoke Assessment District will
he held as follows.-Court House,
Monday, February 6th, 1912, at
ia u. ni.
1    Dnted at  Revelst.ooe,  10th January
r.H 2.
CHAS.  M.   FIELD,
I Judge Court of Revision nud Appeal
tirst issue  .Jan.   18th *l  W,
Vestry Meeting
The annual Vestrj meeting of St.
Peter's church was held in tho Rectory on Wednesday evening last,
There was a large gathering of zeal
ous and enthusiastic parishioners,
Excellent linanclul and statistical reports wero presented. Mr. Clias. M.
Field, as people's Warden, deserves
|grenl credit lor ins work; also the
Ladies' Guild'gave an excellent account of ilii'ir stewardship.
Thc election of a Select \ t sl ry for
the current year was keen and spirit
al. and in many cases, it was ncccs-
Bary to resort to the ballot.
'I'he church committee is as follows
He. tor's Warden—Mr,  F.M. Gibson.
People's Warden—Mr. W, II. Wai -
lace
Sidesmen—Messrs. Field, Dr. McLean, I. ". Blbbald, jr., Hardman
:n d Trebcck.
Laj delegates to Synod—Messrs. ll.
Gordon, Paton and Field.
Altornnt b—Messrs.   Treheck,     Dr,
Met. na   and   Hardman.
Votes ol thanks were passed  to Mr.
!:*,--;.
,■.:. i    ..     tt  •'-■::*■$ :
■  -^ "■' J^fr&A&yM J*.
1 ■ - llSf
'*.«.'     -' A-  -'   *    i 'W-Tr*'-*v/
• ''' i   Wkt   'fl//
'"'^Ai/^i
i\W
THF. man w iio enr
ries a Howard
Watch finds himself in
rood compnny.
Lenders ii American nffsiru since
Lincohi's ) '. - manhood have relied
nn tin- Howard. "Howm-.i Time"
has ', a * *: : nining fti tor in every
I*!,: • , .'   ' ■*,..;, n's odvani c.
* i : I! ward was nli-o the first
An.-' i watch, Ii was made in
i Sj ■; r.'i.i thc finest models cost $ joo.
To-day the price is Iowa—and thc
watch i^ '■ cttcr.
i ii *.* I hiv.'Ar..*. i. m.iHp urit .i.liiiitrd.i'S .i/n<
v it. :* Cased ai I Imw I ia its own <usc at the
I, i .1 a  [ intcd  i :*-■■:  deket  .-itachcd.
;j      liso.
Lit i*. Micuie waccb.
Tli* si* call be ol.i lined from
F, G   BEWS
|l*:\\ lil.l'.K AND OPTICIAN
 1	
•AIM
r~"
MEWS'   DttUO  stoui:
Rexall Cherry
Cciifjh Syrup:
35c. 50c. $1 a bottle
Rexall Cold Cure. 25c
* ■
;
Rexall 93 Hair Tonic
50c and $1.00
Fine Linen Salioneiy
35c a box. 3 for $1
A New Stock of
500 Tally Cards
w ■
Office Supplies
i
l'.o,,l    .      *
191? Diaries
BARGAINS:       BARGAINS!
/   J
foi   ""
of ail kind * and al all prices.
blws THE REXALL STORE Btw
>
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
I IfSI   STREET
Extra Special Snap
IN SASKATOON PROPERTY
Duly Two Miles from Post Office.   Quarter Down. Balance in 3, fi, 9 and 12 Months
A glance al the statistics Bhowing the marvelous development taking place in
S;.s!,iimui will readily convince you of the great possibilities of this city as a real
estate investment. The average increase in Saskatoon Realty for tlio last three
years is -"»«»ii per cent.   What better interest could you want on jour money ?
SASKATOON
SASKATOON
has grown from
3,000 in 1906 to
20,000in 1911.
for TU 1 has now
doubled the building permits of l'JIO
SASKATOON \
>.s pver one Imn-
red   wholesalers
located there.
SASKATOON
has iiim' operating
lincs of railway.
SASKATOON;';,
stributes to 184
riving tow n s
and Cities
SASKATOON
will have a Street
ear Bystem operating next S^riiiK'.
Thc starting of the Street Car System more than doubled in value suburban
property in Calgai ! irearsago, The same thing is bound to happen in Saskatoon next -piii'v. These lnts we are offering are well situated, beintf elose in, ad-
joining the Citj Park, and are such exceptionally good value at $250 that we are
■afe in predicting that they will be worth $100 each in one year's time.
Tlie Price of Those Lois Advances $50 Each 011 Feb. 1st., 1912
SEE US AT ONCE ABOUT THIS BARGAIN
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
E. G. FOLEY. Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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