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REVELSTOKE. B. C. JANUARY [0 1911
$2.50 Per Year
ELECTRIC L TIRES
2-Light    Complete   with    Lamps   and
Shades   Special   $5.00
Hot roint Electric Irons
$6.50
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$5 Up
■Eleiirit Rddidtors
Instant licit.   Jusi what
is wanted for this cold
Snap,
$12.50
lleilrii  Stoves
IioiP Water  in   a   few
minutes
$4 50 Up
Electric An (ildss Canopies
$15 Up
Llcctrit Portable lamps
$3 Up
Hylo Limps
1 to!). 1 lo Ifi c. p.
other Lamps
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THE CITY ELECTIONS
Dr. Sutherland, Mayor By Acclamation-Contest in
Ward Three - Four Candidates for Three
Positions as School Trustees
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
LIMITED
The oity ball him been the aceue of
much excitement, nnd burrled run
ning tu uud fro, tor llondny waa
nomination duy. and the supporters
■ >t those iii the running lor tbe thank
leas tuak ol Muyor und aldermen Ior
tlie coming term, were much iu evidence, aa thoy bunded iu tbe names
,•1   their  respect ive  nuididatoH.
The lollowiug  iH     the lull  liat      ol
nominations:
Dr, Sutherland, nominated foi Mayor by W, BeWB, aeconded hy L.
Patrick;; Dr. .Sutherland elected
Mayor hy acclamation.
Ward I—Aldermen 11. *I McSorley,
nominated by ,1. H. Young, seconded by John McLeod, J. Guy Hnrber, nominated by II. II. McDonald
seconded hy Tbeo. Wadman. 11..1.
McSorley and J. Guy Barber elected   aldermen   lor  Ward   oue,   by   ac
clamation.
Ward --Aldermen. II. F, MeKinnon
nominated hy W. M. Lawrence, scc-
,>n.led by C. R. Macdonald. Robt,
llowson. nominated hy 11. Manning
seconded by J. P. McLennan. H.
I'' MeKinnon aud Robl. Howson
elected aldermen in Ward two hy
acclamation.
Ward 3—Alnormen: Frank !■'. Bourno
nominated by II. N. Coursler, seconded by C. Molten. A. W. Abrahamson, nominated by F. B. Wells,
seconded by It. Gibbons. Jobn
Shaw, nominated by J. A. Stone,
seconded by G. Rosso, Contest in
Ward li, three candidates for two
seats
School Trustees—-Thos. Kllpatrlck-
nominated by .). H. Hamilton and
A. Hobson.   H. Manning, nominated by J- H, Young und 11.   I). Mc-
Douuld.   Chun,   p.   Lindmark,  nominated by H- Gibbons und   it.   D.
McDonald.   AIsj.   McRae,   nominated  by Cl. 8'. MeCarter uud Edward
Trimble.   Contest  lor  school  trustees, four candidates tor three seuta
Tlie mayor uud aldermen elected by
acclamation arc all good meu,    occupying     poaitioiiB of   responsibility
und trust, and prumineut* citizens   ol
Itevelstoke, worthy of the honor conferred upon them,  and we extend to
them   our  heartiest cngrutulutionB.
The elections     are    thus narrowed
down to a Contest ill Ward Three and
to a vote for selection ol three eehoo'i
trustees out of a lield ol four candidates.   The much     talked ot    "Dark
Horse" who  wus to have entered Ior
tbe mayoralty stakes, turned out to
be  a   mere  "nou starter"    and    this,
together  with  the elections of aldermen In    Wards I     and 2 by acrluma-
liou,      has   admittedly  taken u. good
deal of the ginger out ol the present
campaign.     It  Is apparent, that tbc
new council will contain a sprinkling
of new blood, with enough of the old
brigade to ensure continuity of policy,  and  which should  prevent     that
waste caused by inexperience to wbich
the retiring Mayor so ably culled attention   in  his  closing  addresses    on
the eve of the dissolution of th,* old
council.   The new  Mayor,  Dr.   Snth -
erlaud,   is a citUeu  poneem-iiou    both
energy  and     ability,  und    under  his
direction we think the citizens generally can confidently expect au era ol
sane  and  efficient   city   government.
in rogurd to the extension of the
regiment will tie furthcoming during
the latter part of next week.
Certain arrangements are understood to lie pending by which a considerable change in tbe personnel of
tho orllcers w.ll be made. This will
take the form of promotions according to seniority, made necessary by
th« formation of new squadrons.
L/ietlt. Douglas F. Broome left yesterday for thu Cavalry school of Instruction at. Winnipeg to undergo a
period of training and tako tiie exam
inatioas for promotion, ('apt. Hon -
aid Campbell leaves today for the
Bame point, aud Capt. It.II. Mat
thews will probably leave Nicola 'or
Winnipeg for the sume purpose next.
week. The officers' examinations since tbc appointment of* Colonel Hugh
ea to the department of militia havi
been made extremely severe and
some rigorous work will have to be
undertaken to pass them successfully.—N'icolu Valley  News.
cr
HOUSE OPENS
NEXT THURSDAY
TO
SHOOT SESSION
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Imperial Bank of Canada S
Hoad Otfloo -Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6,000,000.00
5,996,00o.00
5,996,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Session of Legislature Will kfcM That Dominion Parlis-nent
Important re Development of; Will be Uble to Prorogue by
British Columbia [aster
Branches or Agents ni all principal o* inis in Oanada,
Agent* in Oreat Britain and United .Status—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. < ■ .■> PHi-st National Bunk, Corn Exchange National Bank, Seattl Si .if In National Bank, Ban Francisco—Wells PargO Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank,
Savings 3?.n!i Dopartmont
V Deposits of *! and    • *      I,  i iveil, and interest allowed at
Q   current rate from date of deposit,   (',.*■■    pondence tolicltod.
9     Rovelstoko Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
OOKK>00^000<KK>{KK><HWOO<><>0<><)
Clearing Out at Cost Price
Bargains for Old  and Young in
Ladies' and Children's Wear
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
*.^H
Victoria, Jan. 6.-Preparations are (*ttil,wii januar} 8-Members of
completed lor ihe formal opening on ,mri*.„.„,„*( are arrjvtag buck for the
rhuradaj next of the 1912 session of -^assembling of the House on Wcd-
the Provincial house. The session will ,iraJay MXti Hn(] the gmit (lctivity
only occupy from six to eight weeks displaveil ,,y ,hc ca.binct during the
but will bc ol v.ry great importance 1Tt.f.M wiU y(.M]t ,„ everytWng prae.
ii, its relationship to the develop- tically ,)Cing ready (ol. th(, congWer-
ment  ot the province. jatUm „,  pariiament.
While    there     were  soni.'  bigbly-il-
\n outstanding feature will he the
msideration  and  endorsement of the
luminatlve discussions before Christ-
1  ■">>  completed revision and con- |magi „10 prWoipai thing accomplish.
Bolidatioo   of  the  provincial  statutes  e(, wag (h(, puttlng tbn)U)rh    of    lhc
,n  whieh  numerous amendments have  huhiUCI. „, ,URt yC(-r,B    Mtimatog,   A
been  made  by    the     Commissioners,
Charles Wilson and A.l'. Lux-
NEW YEAR SPECIALTIES
Eastern Poultry of All Kinds.
Local Milk Fed Turkeys and Chickens
Olympia and Eastern   >■} sters
Smelts, Shrimps, Cnif
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
Wholesale and Retail Produce and Meats
TEA     TEA    TEA    TEA
We have msi received n fresh nevi stock of Tra
ami Coffees Including the Bell Blend,   We also
make a specialty of Blue Ribbon, Salada, Tetley's
and   RidffwayBi   Moon 8uen,  Silver Spoon and
otheri,   Our stock of Coffees is unsurpassed,
G. W. BELL
P. O   UOX 70S
i.HOI Mi  & UAKI It
Phone No. 23
Missr     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ton.
Considerable time will also be de-
roted to the proposed radical ,'linngeB
in the Vancouver city charter, while
acts In amendment of the Land Act
and for the Kyi-itemized protection
and conservation of the provincial
forest resources will be ollered hy
Hon.  W.  It.  Koss.
That the Initial debate will be high ,,„, Hua80ll Ba,
ly interesting ie evidenced in tbe eir-
imstances thai two of ihe admitted
oratoi of the house have been select
ed to move and second tho reply to
Ilia Honor'i speech, these being Mr.
il il. WaUon, of Vancouvi r, and Mr
Lucai   ol  Vale.
Dm       ti    . ..iiim*.' session   certain
changes will be mad,' in the acl gov
peratton "f    the    newly
•   I Di p ,i tment "I Insurance, The
act ii foi thi   Impi oventent and cu-
.  . ■ n • • "I tbe machinery in tin de
part ment'   operation  Col. IC  i'. dun
i in-i Dtendcnt, has   proved
• m ■ II a bat tl « oi Icing and pracl leal
"tlicial fully acquainted with tba wort
i.i ,,!i its branches.
;t la ins intention to rocoramend
the revision ■„' tho act so as t,, pro
vidi lot tbe i'i i ion ol tho provlnco
Into districts lu eaeh or which u col
respondent Ioi the department «ill
In appointed, whose duty it will he
to promptly report each Hre occaa
ioning loss of $100 oi upwards with
; lie [ad * "' Importance In connection
Hth
Tbi othei amendmonta aro to fur-
tbi; mprovi tho working efilcli ney
,*! the department.—Ex.
constructive legislative  program,  to
gether with the main estimates will
now be taken up. L'nusual inteiest
attaches to it by reason of these matters being the lirst brought down by
the new ministry, tirent enre has
been taken In the preparation of the
estimates. Hills creating a tarifl
board, relating to grain inspection,
to thc extension of the Manitoba
boundaries, to the construction ol
Railroad mid    to
federal aid to agriculture and good
roads will be brought down early and
from their nature, may -hukc pro r
traded discussion.
It is the general believe, however,
thai the session will terminate by
Blaster, The program of private legislation is not heavy as compared
With previous years, and outside Die
railway Committee, whose member •
slop, by the way, has bnen material
ly reduced, tba committee »ork
hould be light,
PREMIER McBRIDE WILL ACCEPT
Appointment as Honorary Lieutenant-Col. of B.C. Horse
Tha Outcast  is the heitl  show    for
thl   mone)   evei   seen   In Hevelstoke.
M -h I'b't, nee     ii   Johnson, sinter
Major   Chniles  KI irk,      ollicer  commanding  tho second regiment, ol  Brit
Ish Columbia Morse, recently received a communication Irom the Prime
Minister ol the provinoe In whfBb he
expressed his appreciation of lbe
honor conferred upon him in tender
ing bim the appointment as honorary lieutenant colonel of lhe regiment and accepting the name.
Tb,*     hoadquartors of     tha second
roglmont  are  ill   Merritt,   "A"  squad-
NARROW ESCAPE
Steel Loader Is Pulled Through
Bonnet ot Cage
While descending from the tenth
level to tho eleventh at. the War Eagle
mine, on Tuesday night. Frank Nac-
carrata had a remarkably narrow escape from death. He was standing
on tho top of a loud of steel, when the
cage top caught in a ten-by-tcn timber. This was torn away and forced
tbc bonnet up. Nacarrata was flung
on to tbo side of the shalt and then
fell back on thc bonnet of the cage,
riding in that position to the eleventh  level.
In spite of bis thrilling experience,
he hod no bones qroken, although bo
received many bruises. He was taken
to tho hospital where he was prompt
ly attended to.—Ex.
WHIRLING CAMPAIGN
Tbe Whirland method of raising
funds for churches, hospitals and
similar institutions has proved very
successful wherever it has licen tried,
und the managers of St. John's I'res
byterlan church have decided to follow this method in their campaign
to raise a (und of one thousand
dgllara. The work wil! be commerced next Monday, and will be carried
on for one week and it is expected
that by the end of the week, the amount aimed at will he more thun realized. For some time the managers
bave heen organizing this campaign
und tonight at S o'clock they are
having a meeting of all tbe canvas ■
sera, iu thc church, when the details
of the work will be fully explained.
These collectors will make a thorough canvass of all thc Presbyterians
n the city, and doubtless their appeal will meet with a hearty response.
NO CURLING THIS YEAR
The curling meeting culled for Tues
day evening met in the eity nail.
Those present were:—II. P. Oummlngs, W. A. Sturdy, Itev. Mr. Me
Intyre, C. M. Field, A. B, Hose, O.
11. Macdonald, H. Squarebriggs, I"..
Hnrber, 0. Newsomc, ('. II. Hume and
II. M. Parry. Thc meeting was ndver
tine ia the local paper for a week,
and the above were evidently nil that
were Interested enough to attend and
consequently on accouut of it being
uu important meeting in reference to
purchasing property, the lew present
were not desirous of doing anything
und the curling was dropped lor a
few years, Thii is to bad, as the
dub hud tbe chance o( punhasing
ground which will not be available
when  they do want it.
ol   i   K   Johnson, left on    Monday Iron is stationed at Kan,loop  », "li"
inm  foi     Vancouver, when' she will I at Salmon Arm, "'"' al  WnlhacMn,
Normal   ichool,   Mihs Black- nnd "li" In the Nlcoln Valley.   Tbe
berg ii * ioi  also     Normal organisation ol    "<"'     squadron at.
■ ,    lefl mi the sumo Walbachln is not yet completed, but
train foi   tbc tcrmmul oltj I it is  expected  that   full  information
C. P. R. SURVEY
The Provincial   government    with
Hoad foremen llosley and llruhn, is
now doing good work putting in mt
ituI bundled feet, ol iniittn-.niii,* near
Malakwa on the Kagla river. Tbe
work gang consists of some do/.u,
men, it is expected that, the work
ol putting in a dam 10x100 feet l,,ng
and seven feet high will lust nearly
all winter.
The C.P.H. are now doing consider
able surveying around t'ralgcllachic,
they havo had an engineering party
on fnr the past three weeks or more
und nil kinds of rumors are current
us a result of it. II iH claimed by
Home that tlle Hallway Company intend to Install a hydraulic gravel
wash, while various other causes are
assigned for this survey work being
done  by  the big corporation!
[exhibition ot    ladles spring sutta
evening   dresses,   Friday   and   Hntnt
day,   .Inn.   1 Uth  and  13th.   t,adie«, we
'will   take    your     order  fur  n  Spring
•i'llt.-C, U. Hums ft Co.
BOURNE BROS,
Dealers in Hardware of All Kinds.
Guns. Ammunitirn,  Harness,   Hcrse  Blankets,  Whipe
Stoves, Ranges. Enamel and Tinware
Faints, Oil.   Varnish, Etc.
Crockery  and Glassware
^
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.
BIG REMOVAL SALE ON during month of January
BOURNE  BROS.
Hardware Dealers     GROCERS     McClary's Stoves
J
YOUR EYES
People who know what eye strain is and have Rot properly
fittefl glasses can recommend the use of glasses to others who are
troubled with headache and eye strain-
Hiving had over lo years practical experience in testing
eyes and fitting glasses, I can guarantee satisfactory results.
If you require treatment you will be recommended to an
oculist, so you are perfectly safe in coming here to ^ft tested.
No charge made for testing.
Our prices for glasses are \ery reasonable.
Jeweler       F. G. BEWS,
Optician
January Clearance Sale
We arc offering all of our high grade  winter stock at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICBS.
Mm    heavj ribi*-*,! I'ndcrwetf Jv and Mc      fleece lined Underwear Wc
H,,**,' Underwear al  ll .M.i PR1UB    Thl   Includes tucb high cleti lines
„» SUnfiekl ■ mnl Tarabull's,
lto>« Suit-- at HAW   PRII I
We h»vr 150 pair „( Mrti« High trf^lt -ni,h'», c insisting ol sil iiltM,which
regularly Sold lot t    *0 nnd .•»> 00, now »»lliiiK lm *•)■'■
Uoy I School BtlOtS, «il -i/ev i*le jtttcr <l Rj
See oui Windows and Bargain Tables lor Snaps
McRae Mercantile Company, Limited WEDNESDAY,  Jan*  LOtb.lBXS.
TXiEROyL^IL-IIER.^LU,  HEVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   .TAN.   10tb,l!>12.
(T
Wood for Sale
Mixed Hard Wood, i 5-inch $ 7.50
Cedar.  16-inch     6.00
COAL
Wellington      1 LOO per ton
Briquettes       K.75 per ton
Bankhead Hard Coal expected in a few days
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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BUED  WEDNESDAY   1SD
-ATI" HP U  AT
(tbc flfeaU-lbcralfc    MORE MONEY IN wm times
Match Industry Only One That
Declares Bigger Dividends
Mi i . I.. Uodding, fiscal .,.-.. ■ ioi
the Dominion Match Co., iin 16 stop
ping Ioi ii !•« daya .il l'i ■ K ng
I'Mwi.i i hotel, Kaid'—
'Tu make more ui n*'y in bit I
times la a remarkable pr,■-•.*"• But
that ie actually tbc * * n lil   ■■„ ..   the
match   .11*1*1**-' I \      lr    ia   .,   . "i'.*.tkalde
fact ihat in Wi, tin DnmooJ Ma'-
cb Company m '.he i nil ,1 States,
i i . their lai treat dlvldi :(l« ••ben
tbey paid Ji per cent, dividends •'»
th, ir capitalization ol n'teon nullan
iloiiarK. Tbe match indi'strj u! the
United States huh been the n. at *.-u
■latent dlvldeud payer V^ wn v.l i
tbo exception >>! tbe Pennsylvania
Iroad The reason apparently ia
that wh-cn people economise In '■•   I,
inti,,1.1; ..nil other expenses, icy
evei tbink of economising as J.ir as
Lbe  Inexpensive,  burnt.>     mutch     in
REVELSTOKE.  H.   0.
Jntctlor flMiLUiebino Compans,
Limited
,i    K.  JOHNSON,  Managei
RALPH G,  BORUTON, Editor.
ADVERTISING BATES.
Legal   notices W cenu per line tost
insertion,  5 cents per Lue      each
aabae'iuent    Insertion.      Mea»ure-
ments Nonparlel  (12 lines   mnke
one inch.)       ci'.ore uttil     gvucral
i isioesa  announcements  J8.&0  per
inch per month,     rrelerred posl-
tlous,     2-3      per cent. additional.
Births. Murrittgec and Deaths. b'<
each inoertion.
Land notices J7.W. All advertisements subject to the approval  ot
tbe  maUMgement.      Wan tea      ami
Condensed      Advertisements
Agents Wauled. Help Wanted, Sil
nations wanted,    Situation*    Vacant, Teachers Wanted, Mechanics
Wanted, 2b words or   less,   25c.,
each     additional     line 1" ceuts,
Changs*     it.   standing advertise
ments    must   he   In    by •) a.  m.
TiiesJsiy aoi Friday "I each week • i-oneerne-d: Instead, tbey :urn oui Ite
tc secure good displai \ mat und hchi it again, every time ns
CORRESPONDENCE invited on mat '.ing another match; smoke p.pes    In
ten cl public    Interest.      Com   stead <<t rigar-a and limply ■ «e mare
miinicat.one to Editor mnst     be [matches.
accompanied   hy    name ot writer     "01 course tbere is *.     trem.-nV-us!
not   necessarily   lor   publication, jadvantare we bavt rtiking to
pay tag dividend! to cut rtnckholtl •
er*. Other match coenpa ■•» l-rve
paid these enormous earnings, using
•'inenslve raw materials nnd Inellicl-
ent machinery and methrnls, that
make the cost ot matches under tii
very beat etrcumstances, l't
to thn** dollars a cose w ■' ■ n
new process, we can nia*.,- matches
fur 11.6" a carte, and *»ll th m I * the
johberi for tt SO  On the 1 .    n
are Inti nding to build at Vw ivjr,
with a carload capacity per day. we
will have a n<» earn ng . ■*. ol
■ 't.-, • red d rllai •   l day. tn   tie
divith * * I
: il Iers
"Will
turmni      t matches «    i    • I
the   i-i . '
• • * .
L| - -
... . ,,       „.   i legr tj  an' stai III
fi usteea    '   lull communities    fhe       res   ta
U., l.ni.. in the hardest work that a woman can  '* mid hat
ever) * iniviin,'nei llial will makcil easier anil save Iipi liealtlt, Iluy lur;
VELOX or IDEAL Washing machine and Minie a-bcutns i-ul iron** W
baiulli ''"tii .uul it will lessen the work ,,( thnt liatcd wash da; Come am
see oui tools for tin* Lnnudry, winch will lighten lbe hand work.
Revelstoke Hardware Co.. Ltd.
llowson Block
surae ol these masterpieces ol the
"bards" will be given to tbe citizens
here on Jan. :'9th, when the choir
will bait un i'ta Canadian tour. tt. is
ul Interest to note that these musicians ure on a labor of love. They
are giving their services tree to raise
a lund ol upward ol a million dollars
tu .iglit the ravages o! tbe White
Plague .it Wales. They have I.y their
eflorts already secured JijOfl 000. They
hope to swell tins fund by tl'tOKHl
during their present tour.
Tbe Canadian tour In under the dir
ectlon ol Mr. Clarence Robson, former manager of the World's Tout of
tbe Sheffield Choir and extends from
Montreal to Vancouver and return to
St. Johns, N. li.. visiting m all
about 100 cities and towns in Canada.
hut     as   evidence ol good I ait.,,
c oue«p<jO,lenr« should be  brief,
BUBBCRU'TION  RATES
Including  postage to Kngland,  1 utt-
ed State* and Canada.
By the year ^through postofflee- $8.50
■ V_'v   . .
HBDNKSDAV    JAN    101
Tomorrow    t ele tion dai
,•,*,,..--   of  »ard   I  « II   '■•   •
I   * ,      rise  the  franchise,    and
.   ..       .■-,..'*•■*      run   the
-,. rcsentatlves   roi    tbi
. n ...*.*     ior the  position  o!
men    '    thl       tj        moil
A
Eire Alarm Boxes
Signals art given thus ; atrjkss,
ntarval S seconds—4 itrokts, Boi
4. No. of boi will also bs shown
s indicator at Fire Hall.
KIRK BRIUADK NO.  TWO.
JOHN BULL'S
UNLOADING
SALE
Now On
Get Your Share
Now
REMEMBER
THE PUCE
Box   No.   14—Corner    First
street
od    MrKeaiie    avenue, 0. B.
Hums
t\ Co.
Box   No.   15—Corner   First
street
n-i  ttokeby  avenue, pnst offlca.
Box   No.   16—Corner   Second
*u»*t
and  ijnveinmsnt  Hoad   and
Upera
Ious*.
Box  No.  17—Corner Third
itreat
a 1   Campbell   avenue.   Glob*
Lum*
»r company.
Box  No.  U—C.P.R,  station.
Box    No. 14—Corner   .Fifth
street
nd     McKenxi*     avsnus,     Catholic
bureh.
Box No. IS—Cornar    Sixth
l'tset
nd  Urton  avenue.   W     A.   foot*.
WANTED
• .      and :,'■*.   nom
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LIFE INSURANCE
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NOTIOB
Ucvvlstoke  baud  DiBtrict.
DiBtrict ot  West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Mux. J, McDonell. of Hi-a elstoke, 11.0., occupation HoU'l Proprietor, intend to apply (or permission to purcbase the
[ollowing described lands.
Oommenelng at a post planted neur
tlie north west post of l,ot T'.1.",^, easl.
of Oape Horn, near the south west
Corner ol T. I.. 43498, thence north
su chains, theuce west 80 chains,
thence south so chains, tbence east
8ft fliainu, along lake shore to point
of commencement, containing 640
acres morn or less,
Al.MX. J. McDONBLiL,
I'er W.F. Ogilive, -igont
Dated t Iiii-. 88th day ol November,
Wll, first  Issue  Dec. 2nd.
NOTIOB
Revelstoke Lund District.
District,  ol West  Kootenay.
Take notice that I, 11. Hollron, ot
Arrowhead, it C, occupation Line
man, Intend to apply Ior permission
to purcbase the following described
lauds.
Commencing at a post, planted
about the south west corner ol Alci,
d. Mi'iioni'H's application to purchase, thence north 80 chains, thenoe
west 1*0 chains, thenco south SO
chains, bhence oast 40 chains along
lake shore to point ol commencement
containing il'2D -acres more or less.
H. HBFFBON,
I'or W.K. Ogilive, A^ont
Datod this 2Sth day of November,
1911. first isaucl)cc2.
NOTIOE.
Revelstoke  Land Don rict.
District   of  West. Ivooteuuy.
Tuke notice thut 1 Horatio beveruc
ltothwell of Nakusp, 11. I'., occupation bank manager, IntundB to apply lor permission to purchase tbe
lollowing described  lands;
Commencing at a post planted 120
chains south ot the North cast Corner of T. L. 41274, thence south so
chains, thence cast ubout UO ehuins,
to Allow Lake, thonce nortll along
Luke about SO cbuius, thence west
about 20 chainB to point of com -
mencement, containing ahout 300
acres more or less.
Duted December 2lKh, l'Jll.
Horatio Lovcrne Rothwell.
1st issue Jan. Cth.
NOTIOB.
GANONG'S
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CHOCOLATES?
Now Hold the Fort
in Revelstoke
A lar.uo  variety uf Dainty
BoxeB  in half-pound, one-
pound,two-pound and three-
pound si'A'S
The Finest in the Land
and  Canadian   ^Made
10 years experience
Shikh's Cure
qui*.* k it stop* Mnniih*.   cures cnlUs,  heats
the   ttirnnt and   lungs. »   •   *• SB cenm
Revelstoke Land DiBtrict.
Dlstriot oi  Wost Kootenay.
Tuk,: notice that 1, Uutrows Henry
ltothwell ol Nakusp, B, C, occupa
tion gentleman, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post  planted 40
chains soutb ol tbo Ninth-cast t'ot'U
or ol T. I.. 11271, tbence south 80
cbains, thenco enst. about l!0 chains,
to Arrow Lukes, tbence north along
Lake about W chains, tbence west
about :: chains t,, point* ol commence
ment, containing ahout lllll acres,
moro or Ichs.
Dated  December li'Jtli,   1911
BURROWS HKN'RV ROTHWBLL
Per Horatio Luveni" Rothwell, Agent
Jan.  f,tb dt-Bt issue.
NOTICE
lievelstoke Laud  District.
District   ot   West   Kootenay.
Take notice that I. Ralph Parker,
of Revelstoke, It. C, occupation hotel
clerk. Intend to apply for permission
to purchase the lollowing described
land.
Commencing at ,, poet planted near
11. tleflron'B southwest corner, being
the south west point ol Ralph Parker's land, thenoe east 10 chains,
tbence north 20 chains, thenrc west
40 chains, thence south 20 chains,
along lake shore to point ol commencement, containing forty acres,
more or  Ichb.
Dnted this 28th day ol November,
1911.
RALPH  PARKER.
Dec.2. I'er  W.F.   Ogilive.   AK«nit.
SYKUPbIS   OF COAL MlNING
REGULATIONS.
t'oal mining rights of the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan uud Al-
bortu, the Yukon Territory, tbc
North-WOSt Territories and In a portion of the Province ol Dritish Oolumbia, may lie leased lor a term ol
twenty one years at an annual rent
ul of -fl aa uere. Not tnoru than
2,501) ucres will he loused to ono applicant.
Application for lenao must bo made
by the applicant in person to the
Agent, or Sub-Agent of tbe dlBtrict
iu which tbe rights applied tor aro
situated.
In sui'veyeil territory tbc land must
ho described by sections, or legal
suh-divisionH of sections, und m un
surveyed torntory tbc tract applied
for shall ho staked out by the ap
plicant  hiniHoH.
I'lach applicant must bo accompanied by a tee ot iff, which will he ro-
lurnlcd  it the rights applied tor    aro
| not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall lm paid on thc merchantable output oi tho mine, at the
rate of live cents per ton.
Tlio person operating tbu nnuo shall
[uruish the Ageut with sworn mlurtiB
accounting [or the lull quantity of
merchantable coal mined uud puy tbo
' royalty  thereon.   II  the  coal  mining
'.lights aro not being operated, such
returns should bo furnished at least
once a year.
I The lease will include tbe coalmining rights only, but the lessee mny
be permitted to purchnsu whatovoi
available mirtaco rights may bo considered necessary for the working ol
the nunc at  tbe rate ul     JIO.O0     RU
' acre.
| Kor lull Information application
Bhould be made to tbo Secretary of
the Department ol the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
of  III,minion  LuudB.
W.   W.   CORY,
Deputv  Minister of the Interior,
n.H    Unauthorised  put,Heat ion    of
tins advertisement will  not be paid
' lor.
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REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., Piiesident
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
EST, -   $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
Witli its large number of branches, agents and correspondents, The
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rales will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS A230
Cheques and drafts on all countries of lhc world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at The Canadian Hank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTChB    BRANCH"F    M    GIBSON. IV G R
THE   MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   ISS5
Record of Progress for Five Years- 1906-1911
19U0 1911
Capital        ....       * 3,000,000 * 4,000.000
Reserve 3,000000 4,600,000
Deposits      ....        23,677,730 35,042,31]
Loans and Investments         -      27.457.090 38,854,801
Total Assets        -      -      -        33,090,192 48,237,284
Has 83 Dranc'ii s in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents in all
the Principal Cities in the World.
A  Ol M. RAL   BAKKIMO  BUSINESS   1TIAN8ACTEO
SAVING   BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Rcvelsti-ko Branch. W   H   PRATT, Manager
Our Doctors Anii-Septic Shoe Ls 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 I'ene-
taiiK Shoe puck and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Matters
Smokers' Supplies for Xmas
The olil 11 liable m » lias the lurgi -t and i esl line ol Smokers'
Supplies evei iu tin Cily, and our prices are right. Fiftj brands
i.t cigars to choose (1,111.    Price Ire ni $1 .CO pel box up;   not made
. 1 ip either.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes Irom $3.50 Up
* »*..!  Biock   *f   Calabash   Pipes  is  small  on  account  ot  the
crop being a failure this year end qnalitj poor.
Mri.ir I'ipes in cases from 81.on up,
Ask i*" tlu- famous II. li. B. brand. Everj pipe is guaranteed.
Cigat  ind i  . iri        lloldeis,  t'.i es  and  Lighters,   Pou
Ash Trays antl Pipe Racks.   Tell us what you want und  wc will
■.im you.    If you canuot call, phone-37 and goods vvill be sent  to
your home for approval.    Buy rail} while stock is complete,
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody  knows  him,  he will
till you thai tin'   whiskeys we tire
selling are tha bast Call and be
convinced. No household should
In' without a sn|,|i|y of i ur Harney's Special Scotch Whiskey) mir
Frapin Liqueur Brnnily, i mm .., :
B0 years old or Blaokberry Brandy
I'm' Medicinal purposes. Our si"' k
of choice Witiis nml Liquors of-ail
kinds are unexcelled, Sold by all
tin, leading lintels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
importers nrd Dealers In I'uro Wines, Liquors, Cigars end Clgarettss
PALACE
LIVERY, FEED, SALE STABLE
Our Livery is equipped with the list horses and
riR8- We also deliver expiess and baggage to any
part of the city,  Heavy and linlit teaming a specialty
COM, AND WOOD FOR SALE
F. McCarty, Proprietou
Phone 201
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Fresh Groceries, .Vegetables and Fruit
Order now your winter's supply
Best on the Market
U. GALLICANO, 2nd Stroet, Near Railroad Track
ABSORBED BY BANK OF COMMERCE
Eastern Township Bank Bought--
Offices Maintained
The directors ol the Eastern Townships bank at a meeting held in
Montreal lecided to enter into an
i tment with the Canadian Dank
ol Commerce by winch tiie intercBts
ot tne two banks will be merged.
Subsequent to ratification by the
Eastern Townships buuk this will
mean the consumatlon of tbe lurgcut
batik merger that bas yet taken
place in Canada,
The basis ut the un.nii is an even
exchange ol shares, namel}: Two
shares ol Bank ot Commerce     stock
I no ol  Eastern Townships    bank
Btock; the par vain,' ol the former
being (SO and that ol the latter $100
: Tliis union will result In the creation of a bank with a paid up capital ol $15,000,000. 'nn* aggregate ub-
sotii will exceed $2*10,000,000 while tbe
territory of tbe hank will cover every portion of tlie Dominion, Including the Yukon.
j   The    number of    branches   aire idy
in existences  will  be over 300,    with
direct     representation    In     London,
j England,   New  York,   Sun  Francisco,
uiul Mexico City.       Another   tavor-
able consideration    to the   directors
of thc two bnnks is that   the union
will prevent tlie duplication of ti.i'i-
|ebes  Inasmuch  as  the  Eastern   I'owu
ships buuk is strongly entrencbod In
Quebec  province,   where  as  'tolirnk
of    Commerce thoroughly covers the
maritime provinces,     Ontario.       the
I northwest     provinces    and     British
Columbia.
The present Board of Di! 'ctoi i ol
the Eastern Townships ban la to
remain as an advisory board ol ;be
united bank, anil a certain number
are to be elected as lull directors cf
the Oanadian Dank of Comme.vo, as
representing the present Euel in
Townships  shareholders.
Sir I! E. Walker, the president ol
tne Hank "I Commerce, will live in
Toronto.
The name to be used is "Thc ll nk
ol Commerce, with which is al Mated
the  Eastern Townships bank."
The lull stall ol the Eastern Town-
ahips bank will be taken o let . ud
all the ollices will be tiiaint i ne.l. The
officers will also enjoy the pilv
of the pension funis; of the Bunk of
Commerce.—Ex,
success rn' the undertaking,—Address,
i "Uncoiiveotional,"  etc.,  etc..
Last year a woman named Eliza-
' lieth Magle placed herself upon the
market in America. Her grievance
j was tnat, having had a $in,iiiiil education, she could only earn Jul per
week. When lust heard of Bhe was
earning a livelihood by playwrltblng
and inventing toys.
Other bargains iu humaulty appear
ed in tU05 and 190U, These Include
bred Lucas, who was purchased in
Fleet strest for E2; nn ex-prison war
non named Tayior, and Artnur Qoode
who ollered himself for ono year's
serfdom for .unu. In uo case, however
does one rccull amongst these candidates a preference for a dangerous
and seperale mission."
That there are many men always
willing to participate iu adventurous
work is patent. A declaration of war
iu any part of the world always calls
to the quarter Involved youug men
anxious tor adventure Tho fuct that
those men often have social position
und private means docs not deter
them in the least. An Eton hoy
ut the time of the Boxel rising work
ed hiB way out to the tenst, drove
cattle up the country, and dually obtained a job upon the Field Post Ol-
lice. An.I quite recently a Dritish
lieutenant was beard of as forfeiting
his commission for the "joy" of
a light with the Turks against   Italy.
AOlOfoUBiLE FOR SALE
One two or lout seal b'onl Runabout,
Motor ami chassis in lirst class order,
leather upholstery' almost as good as
uew. Wants possibly Mim spi nt on it
tor new water cooler unu a tyre or two
then the machine would be us good ua
new, Will take 5*200 cash lor it here.
with lamps, pumps and lubricating oil.
111 you wuiil a inacbine uon't mis.-, mis
snap.    Address
B, K. DRBW,
Camborne, D. ,C,
£..    ta.    tiO..K.c»<Jfc.
Tinsmith Repairs, moi Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP-
(. onnuugnt Ave.   -   Kevelstoke
SELKIRK      LUUUK  lii,  1.  O.  O. V.
Meets overy     Thursday evening   lu
Selkirk  Hall  at 8  o'clock.      Visiting
brethren  cordially  invited.
J.  S.  itOULlCY,  N. U.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
COURT      MT.      11EU131E,    No.  -J161.
OF I. O. V.
Meets In I, fX O. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera Houso  every  socond
and fourth Monday iu month.  Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
O. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sec.
HIStS FDR WIFE
Well Known Cariboo Guide Gives
Particulars of Hunting
With every desire to be obliging,
.-.U'I assist Dan Cupid iu bis mission
ary activities, the press will no
doubt   courteoualj   comply  with    the
request   "other   papers   pleas,*   copy,"
which Trapper,     Hunter and   diode
Frank Ii. Kibbec ol llarkwv.il.'. appends to aii "appeal to tbe girls and
for a wi.','" which this well known
Cariboo frontiersman publishes In the
As,*.cr *ft Journal.
"1 am a bachelor," declares Kib
■ bis matrimonial prospei I ti .
"i,y  occupation .. trapper,      hunter,
ai.it   gillie;   am   the   owner   "i   Q i.iin'h
twenty miles from Barkervjlle, B.C.;
aged forty; height live leet eleven inches; habits strictly temperate. l
Bhould like i" correspond     with    a
luce young lady between the ages of
twenty live and forty; Objoct, matrimony,
"My   home   lamp,"   the   lonely     alld
lovelorn one continues,    ",s at Bear
Lake,    twenty-oil.'    nub's      by    horBC
trail  from  BarkerviUe."  Then     for
tin*   *.tae   be   forgets   his slllgi.' w l   '
edness In obedience to the business
Instinct  which accept! tlie axiom, —
li pays t" advortlse." Pol his ap-
*. .(<■ contlnuei
" My hunWng territory takei In
Beat Lake, Three Mile Lake. Bandy
i„,k.', Long Luke, Indian Point Lake
i a '   l.uk,' .,ii<l   he Iron Blougb,   ■
ill   I,,11.   by   laud  and   water
... appi nlmati u ISO miles. Phi
portages  between tbe lakes ore very
... It , I ,,.* lol -•• ' being I •* * 'ban a
,,11011,i   **: Ili*   bunting      ih
from bosl i,   win gladly meel
pi : t,,    ..•   Bai ken Illi   with bori
"M. i pn * minently    u
* M imh .   particularly the imbit-
thi      i -'.ly.   lut   tlun   an*  also
inoow, os ■* and soma deet — although n"t many The Bsnlng, tno,
is *,,.;, 'i lid i.,,uiu*'. Mini Holly Yur-
iien trout, char and salmon,   Ex,
Otters Himseif tor Sale
Tbe volunteei love Is a modern
possibllltj in paradox. Havh year
•semi t" i'i*'ii: forth some person ol
I ;.,;,      .1      ,      i   :*      mm!    OdUCaMOD    will
Ing t,, s,*ii hlmsell to the blghsst
i,.,i,i, i The latest combines the un
usual i.t:i .Mit I a commercial in
i       an.I    the  spirit   ut   a! vent ill e.
I His own description, as it appeared
in a London newepaper, is as follows
An Anglishiiiiin. public school boy
perfect physique, Hi years old, un
moriled, reckless, penniless,   without
..*.. i ,\,s iiiiii-   mi llplee,    Will    Sell      His
* to ihe highest  bid
,i< i. i, dangerous "i despoKte   m i
• I ..  I.   IH lllilljcratli'll       to     be
prop   i'.   i. <t'    to   the   risk   SDd     the
SVituPolS   ur  ClMl  MINING
hfcGUUllUhS.
Ooal mining rights of the Dominion
in .Manitoba, Saskatchewan aud Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories aud lu a portion   of   the   Province  ol   Uritish   t'ol-
utuiiia, may be leased lor ., term of
twenty-one years ut an auuual rental of fl an ucre. Not more thuu
•2,GUI) acres Will lie leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
by tbe applicant In person t,, the
Agent or Sub-Ageitl ol the district
in which the rights applied for are
situated.
In surveyed territory the laud must
bo described by sections, or legal
sub-divisions of sections, and m un-
surveyed territory the tract applied
lor shall bc staked out by the up -
plicant.  himself.
Bach applicant must be accompan
ied by a fee of $:, whieh will be re
funded it the rights applied for are
i"t available, but uot otherwise. A
royally shall be paid ou tbe merchantable output ol the mine at tbo
i.it,   of  live cents pcr ton.
The person operating tho mine shall
furnish the Agent with Bworn returns
accounting for thc full iiuuutity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay ilie
royalty thereon. 11 the coal mining
nghts are not being operated,    such
returns should ho furnished at least
ouce u year
The lease will include the coal in.a
ing rights only, hut tho lesse, may
be permitted to purcbase whatever
available surface nghts mny ie con-
Bldl red   neies-itry   for  thc Working  ol
tin mine ut the rute of $10.00 an
acre.
For full      infoi tnation application
should be made to the Secretary   of j
the Department of the Interior,   ut-i
taw.i,  or to  Hi" Agent or  Sub-Agent
<>l  Horn.niuu  Lands.
Vi.  W.  CORY,
Deputy Minister of the interior. I
N.B.—Unauthorised  publication    of]
this advertisement win not be paid
for.
O. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Oamp, No. 229.
Meets Keeoud    and     Fourth Weduee
days    in  each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen  sre
cordially invited to attend
H. W.  EDWARDS, Cos. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Olerk.
GOLD HANUE LODGE,      K.  of    P.,
NO.  26,   REVELSTOKE,   U.   O.
Meots evory   Wednesday except   the
Third Wednesday of each month     In
Oddlellows' Hall at 8 o'clock.  Visiting Knights ara cordially invited.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, O. C.
Q. H. BROCK, K. of R. Sc S.
M. of F.
KOOTENAY      LODGE,  No.  .5 A.  F.
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held iu MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren or*
cordially  welcome.
ROBT.  GORDON,  W.  M.
W.  11.  ROBERTSON.  Secretary.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial Bank  Building  Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Uthces-Revelstoke,    B.   O.,     and
Cranbrook, B. O.
Goo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH.
Provincial  Latvd  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKKNZIE  AVE.,
BOX    1"6.    REVELSTOKE
W.      H.      WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
P. O. Box  146. Revelstoke. B.C.
■loll.N LEE
DRY GOODS SALE
From Jan. 2nd
All Prices Reduced.
Ladies'    Tailoring   Our
Specialty
Fit Guaranteed
LO Willi TOWN
Upposiii Central  Hotel
Electric Restorer for Men
PhosDhonol""""'"'v"vn""|s,,'*>,"w,y
1 ■ > mi sropei lensl >„ i r, itorsa
vim mnl \IUlity   l',rni.iliite dc, u\ a,,.I ,11 lOSUtl
uMkni'-f everted -a oc..   rnoepho-a-al *nt
make y„u a new man.   Price i8 S bee, cr two t ■•
■I,   MI ll I l*>.im*. ii ""*i    Th»S«*ol>rHI>lu|
Co., St. • MMiiSrini . Onl.
Sold nt Miiclosiilil's Driiir fit,ire
IJ. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P. D. Box 31, Revelstoke
Packed in
3EAUTI?IIL CORONATION
SOUVtHIR TINS
60 A   a pout.d
jn   ,•-<• ■ I    ll      I   I H  'Mnn   11
Kind fi)  -:■'■ \v  I l i-'Vw   ■'• I   ''rt "ii ihi
'   i   ■
oi Klnj I ••   ■   ■
oi iv ile««   '-,"  ■ I ■ " ' ' ''■'' ,"p     '
,.    ,    ,,,,.. i India, AffUii
(inly n '     i'' l '      '"', hull m
VI    I  -I M|< , -
W. PARRY
Late Polisher nl' Howson's
Furniture Store
Repolithtt,    Makes Old Furniture
New.
BltlmatCI 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
rdepbooe Houia No, !i7
Taltpboot tjitiip No. i!15
. . It Might Be Cold. .
IBTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural not metiicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the''ontinent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
antl verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greutest scenerj 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
11 OPEN NIGHT AND DAY-^■»
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant —Short Order
W. C.   BATCHELOR.        -        .^Manager.
H. J. McSORLLY, Proprietor.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props. ;
Enlanteil  and Improved.    Kirst-Clasn in every respect.    All modern convenience!
I *in'* Sample Koume.
Rat's $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     STOZN-E      PEOP.
Union   Hotel
JVST M wi.Y REPAIRED
RATES, $1.50 PER DAY
Week I) rod month!) mui- lo be arranged.      Meal Ticfceta, .'l nuni* tor f>.UU
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
\   I', l.l.\ BSQl'B, Proprietoi
. . . Ulii^sov 1l3otcl IRcstauvant . , *
European plan
Aontblv SoarO
Open 2>a\» an6 Hiobt
/Deal tlchctfii, $t<.0»5
Xauobton & Cappitto. props. fEJEffi
R. Z. CRAWFORD
(DMK-UIING
UNION HOTEL
ARKOWHKAll, U. 0.
special Attention ijiven to rouini*KUI
mvn ami lourieta. Kirtt-claiu aampla
ruonm. Kiiimt mwn-try in Uritish Colum-
I-ake.
— ^       |^i^    W^     W~"V '    r""n'     *   i.'uri    '"rurii     III    HJIlit
U   A    II  IXl In   IJ W», OTWlooklng UppW Arron
r /\Ill 1 Cl\    ;w. J. Lightburne.
Bailifaetloii K»*"'**'itvv,l
Prop
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(lalenn Hay Innds in parcel* ol
10 or 20 acren or en bloc. Corr-ta-
pondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent,
Sewing  Machines       Box 616 Arrowhead
A nice new stock of Sintr-    ,| p Ol ITHFRI AND
«rand Wheeler Wilson Bew-    ur ou ■  ICnUMlW
inj( Machines
Agent  for   Flexlume   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
(Ualdraoa Oor, M BU aod Robaonftva
Shop In \U'*\ im, k oi i   j. Boorae'i
St'.ri*. 1 irst Street
For Sale or Hire
Transfer      Draying
by the month nt Mannings.     Handling Pianos a  Specialty
All kinds of machine needlei
stocked.
H.  MANNING.   Agent.
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85 WEDNESDAY,  JAN    mth.l'JU.  ■*
THE'l^LAIL-IIEIi^IuIl), EEVELSTOKE
UKDNIMDAY,   JAS'.   lflth,11112.   »
MALAKWA NOTES
COKRHSPI NDENCE
lidltor Mail llcial,  *
Dour Sir,- Have you over benrd of
tbe place called jj, amy iu the Oard
in ol fcldou Valley and "I tho names
thai have been «u; vested to the post
ollice department i r the place when'
J, W. Cliaucillor'e store le located it
being ahuut nutlwui'. between Mala -
kwa aud Craisellachie, being about
two miles eithor way from thc stu -
tions named h> roll, but. [torn live to
six miles by our present wagon road
uut the C.P.R. Ini'ig alive to tno development ot the district will soon
put tu a much nc ded Hiding in Ibo
near future. Swanly is located at
the lour corners o. as many sections
ol as tine Iruit and vegotablc laud
aa can la., found, Phe soil is a tine
clay loam, with pouroUS sub-foil, aub
irrigated and good top drainage.
Tbere ore also soveral hundred ac-
les    adjoining this    place    that    at
present is heUl by timber berths that
are logged "tl that  will soon he av-
iblo from the government in some
.".-in and we look forward with great
opi    ii the  new administration tak -
nu'  tbe matter  up at au  early  date.
Tbere is likely to be several huudrcl
OS  put   "a  tho market the  coming
seasou,   J. 11. Johnson   has already
sold several small tractb from   50.00
to HSV.00 per acre and has    several
mure  Uucts Irom  live  -acres up  uow
available, and .1.  Adieu will no doubt
"iter  some  oi      Ihk   land   ihis  Coming
season.
The land is all level valley laud,
and not only grows fault, but hay
and vegetables grow equally well.
Tobacco, corn, niellons, celery, etc.,
have all been i"",in on tins bench.
Lying     about  twenty to lorty leet
above    tbe     rivei   tbe    valley at this
point,   being  ubout   two  miles    wide,
gathers all  the    sunshine     protected
winds  wltb   i siding ana    post
9h •   -*t   * ■ ild   *■•■> ome one  ••!      the
places ol interest   both to the C.P.R
aud  the  whol:  vulley    Verrily,     »t
cl  u gb v iug iu arc (oi  6wauly
Conditions   are     uue',1 that  it   must
•■•ui"    tt'bu kno\ 9 what the Inrush ol
rattlers this coming spring    will not
■1" lor this valuubh   laud'
v SETTLER
CORRESPONDENCE
"   tor  Mail Herald -
Dear Sir. Thi Garden ol Eden val
>.*\ would not h typical without a
-,'ni v>>* have discovered him In
bl. tin.   form     l'rom  time  to     tunc
"ii*
did
***£fa/U.     iW
''■vmf' *C
<fjpfctkj
^^^M
Jfify"'
atsg&ttE
The Valley of
1
u
The Garden of Eden9'
Situated at MALAKWA. B. C.
Just 32 Miles West of   Revelstoke,   and   Extending   between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class Land-20,000 Acres
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
r.hararfar nf ^nil   Bench   Lands,   Clay    Loam   and  Vegetable
UIIUlcMbl   Ul  OUII   Mould, while on  Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Nfi In id ititui   Positively no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
Iw III KjailUII   irrigated, and many creeks supply water for  Domestic purposes.
This Land is specially adapted for Large and Small Fruits, as well as
Hay and Vegetables.
Moderate ClilHate   Zero is  Average Winter Weather.
Prices of Land Reasonable
1
For further Particulars About This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch this Page
of the MAILHERALDEach Week
wis hnve heard the hiss ol his fiery
tongue and the rumble ol his UVy
voice, hut recently ue haa beeu din -
covered putting himself belore the
.mu ui Progress with his mighty
wisdom, belching [orth hery names
trom nia nostrils, pawing the ground
with ins cloven leet, uh ii to destroy
the very elements that given hnn In.'
, Truly with might nud main, lie
wields bin pen too. Tho tune draws
near lor Baton's fall, lor we believe
the Uut'dcu ol liden valley, Willi nil
the bouutiea ot Cud's handiwork,
with its gruud old mouutuln Bides,
and the beautiful  Knglu rivor and its
mountain streams coursing tbolr way
from   the  ial thereat   peaks  and   glnc -
lore, ana woodlands ol giant cedars
His, sprue, and hemlock, all go to
make nature's work a study for the
artist and Lovers ol nature cun lensl
their eyes  on  what nature bus made
one ol ihe grandest valleys In Uritish
Columbia, With Ub lertilc soil, natural water courses, uliuudaut moisture, congenial climuto, [rcc trom
blizzards and cyclones, hail HtoruiH,
etc., thai, sn common to many part)
ol tho east. A valley where you do
not huve to tie your hut ou your
head to keep it from souriug uway.
Truly it is tho vulloy of uo wind but
plenty ot pure air to sustaiu life to
all wbo muy come. Though Sututi
may get In hiu work, we dou't be
hove he can stay the progress thai
has started toward the garden ol
I'lden valley with the army ot happy
home seekers headed Edcuwurd.
SETTLER.
The prospects lor the coming yonr
nre very bright, for the Garden of
i'lden Valloy, and preparations are
boing made tor Improvements throu
ghont the valley,  among some ol the
important ones are that J. w. (.'ban
Clllor will put In a full line ol dry
goods and ladies and cents [urnish -
nigs which will mnke bis store look
,|Uit,' cityticd with hm already com •
plete  line   id  staple   groceries.
Owing to the chilly weathci ol lal,*
tlie surprise party thut was talked
ol to bc given Mr. and Mrs. (i. W,
Hull, wc believe, lias been postponed until milder weather, so that thu
lawns will be more comfortable, nnd
tho targe attendance thai is oxpect-
cd can be better accommodated,     it
was to have been the crowning event
"f the season, for the noted hospitality of Mr and Mrs. Hull gives lull
assurance ,,( a good time. Wc sincere
ly trust the plun will take shape
aguiu with tlie beginning ot milder
weather,
1  •
FROZEN TO QEJ1IH
Disastrous Ending to Festive ^Th,
Gathering
nnd .* in.*** :t; the hospital. The ia*d
aftali ha.- created h great sensation
.11 tb,* district Tbe McDonald's are
1  timers  in  tin'  valley  and  highly
Distribution ot Seed Grains
Bj  instructions   ■' tn.*  11       Mi
t.*i  ol  Agriculture ,. n will
i.e     made   during tin   com
leatl   ■■!■     New   1, ir'e
sh 111  distance '1 on  1."me
*.,-. thi  1        ■' Beaucbanip 1>   Star
key. ? today  ul    ,is-   and spring of sap,*:.       -   . ■      I  arniu
commenced    yesti i lay.  nnd potato irtners,
,rpM - '■■ md it   the Th" """P1" ''
.'   ipi     .-    . ....  ■      1 tbi
en slid     io                    'tn ,„                        .   .,
i\ uite  oats        III 1 irU        *   ids. '.
'•  ' ' ■    "     •      ■"■ "; Naliun. ,u„,  toU  ...
rtunate   man it appears be sent out fern Ottawa      A
staying during    Christmas tuition ot potat
Mi    ll   11.  Kmnard   postmaster will be carried on Irom     vera!
in. tbi  last day ol   tbe experimental     tarn
tie sot 1                • thc Som- Pai ni al CM
tbout two miles away provinces "f Ontal            .            \
: some • ght men had .-'ot sum:.
■ •   to set   the old    ^-ai Vpplicants sh
He sta ed ther,            .* •     ind In icgard to t!..*
:.     Monday started and ihould also *-'*''•   « ial
rtmaster's they have already tested
•        '-....,':..        about   mil way these have '*een  I
traverse bei            k      the tory. so that a proc.
we M.. ii  * ondltions ma;
. nee Kach application  mim    -
md     in a   . must be signed by the applicant
ag * lulj  one sample                           ■ m
■ *     *      -   '                      nly !arm     Applieatli    -
printed or written form cann I
i accepted,
1 els                  i light suit md *\s   tbe tupplj ot      eed li lin
-.         • .      ■ -. in-                  ied to apply ear;-
1 0:  Si ■»   "i-ear'.-  Hay ivoid possible   disappointment
psui Mj ,*,*,n    be                    litter
il     to ai ■   age Fcbr mre i;,r.h.
tnessea ippltcat
■-.-•■ m the  pr**-* Inc * i ot On
•
*   Dominion
[ -years.   H             * * '              «Imental  Farm.  01
Wolte at Louisbourq
The lollowing spirited *.*
gaine.l the $100 prize ollered  by    the'
Toronto lo**1*'   lor thi       I   dsti rlcal !
, * .*m on ii  Canadian subject.  appear
| ed    . the I 'hristmos aumbi
pane'     Tiny are  by  Mi -    Logic   Mac
ell, formerly   ol     Vernon,     and
»ill hi       * w.th interest by  her
friends   •
K.ir'* - '       '
tonight
•     ■ ,.
:
■ .*
. - -   ■
*
ippllcations require no
Appl     ■ for     putatoei,  from
farmers   n anj  nther province should
•*   '   I reeled     I postage pw | *■■
...*i nl     i, I.'    f   • he    .M.,r<-»t
Branch  Bxperlmental  Farm    In  that
■ ee.
.1    II.  iHtl.-lliAI.K
Directo/   li imlnIon  Rpei mi
.
iborl Hth i
ii.     Is said t<   kave a
two child rei        --it
■ * .   i:.
Burnt to Death at Vernon
\   ► , 1   ■>•..!        ■'   .*     Ill ,-' * ; "    on
\e»   Vear « *lay,   il   which  thl
il»i W Donald  *' the B.X. rani b I ,«'
*.i   1*,'.  erne  (roBI   l«'ir,,,f,       it   ap -'n\l'       BOAP       HOAP   Tlu*  It,.
peari that the inmiiy    were Alarmed elstoke Meai  Market haw Just oi'»n
• .ny Nc* v»Hr'i morning by an onl ed   up a   fr.Hh shipment ot Swift's
•e.ik   ,,f  fire,  und  hastened from the (among  soaps,   among   which   are  the
I,,,une.   Mrs.   McUonnld.   ho*'»ver, ran Wool     Boap—The    Prldo     soap   thi
lacki'.'iek   .nl"   thu   house  for      some Laundry soap -toilet eonpu also. The
-;. ie   „'..!       *at>  overcome    bJT   the I'ridc      ■•Inamir.   Th"  prices   foi   these
amok*    and   '■una  nnable to  ^et   out aoapl fl •   right    o don't  tall  to Csll
.rut to death.      H*r ;,nd Inspect Urii great variety bclori
.  •.,  ,.,«., received serere burnt, purchasing 'our Obrlilmai   ;"ips.
roai
with
■ ers pour;
lafet
'
■
five ugly teet -     .
■
-
■
■
(fl
But   ii  we fnllmi    t
Til" I '.- '. .     . -
steep
v." more calling
I
....
,.*.■;.
■     * .11.
to n
\nii we'll MIom  inin
those In the deep,
lllll    no   ..I,,'   Callfl    t'*'i * ',    yon
now
Vernon News.
J.'iH'i   On IJeo,  10th, botwoen i  ■
Oolumbia rivei   bridge and Oalder'i
•miicli, nn roadway, one I,ady
Mult    Itownrd    <i"      \i,
Herald ollice
FOR SALE
EIGHT-ROOMED
HOUSE
Half a Block East of McKenzie
Avenue
1 **i   . eruia ami  . Hppb
D.    R.    Mr.KENZIE
KiA I'l.S'l'i'KJ
WOOD!        WOOD !
«• [0U Cords oi Green
■ 'ord Wood for sale at
$3.50 per Cord
on the cars
K   LINDBERG
< anoe P.O.
Fresh Milk For Sale
VLB i
CLEAR, DRY CEDAR  WOOD
All
Box 691,      Revelstoke
LOST Between Fourth streot and
the Star Theatre, a gentleman's
Hold m^iiet Hint;. Finder will re
ceive reward by leaving same at
the Ollice o( tbo Oummlngs Trans
ler Company.
.NOTICK.
RevelBtoke Land l>istii<*i.
District  ol Wesl  Kootenay
Take notice that 1 Horatio l.evcine
Navigable Waters Protection Acl NOTICK  TO   CKKUITOHS.
K. S. C. Chap.  115. lu tho Matter of the liutate ol Louis
  ** M i 'iuu.,  deceased.
Notice Is hereby given Unit the Nolice in hereby given that all
Qibbons Lumber Company, Limited, creditors and others having cluima
bave applied to the .Minister ,,l I 'ub- . "gainst the UrtuU; of Louis 3od-
ItC Works Ioi Canada tor permission wman, late uf Arrowhead, U. C,
tu construct an Aerial Tramway from j deceased, who died ut Arrowhead, B.
Dominion Timbei   Berth    aiu,     over|Ci< ou ot alM,ut lbe '-,tb dn>' of Jul>'1
the Coliiiiibiu  River to connect   with
a  siding  ul  the      ltcvelsioke ,,n I   Ar
Rothwell of Nakusp,  U.  C, occupa-  rowhead Branch ,,t the Oonadian Pa-
al>-
tllC
, tion  bunk  manager,   Intends  to
* ply  ior permission to purchase
'following described lands.
1   Commencing at a post planted 120
' chains south of the North east Corn- \
cr of T. L. 41271, tbenee south 80 i
chains,  tbence east  about  30  ohiiina,
1911, are requested lo send to the
undersigned, Solicitors for August
Peterson and Herman Carlson, Executors ot tbe lust Will ol said dc-
ccused, within GO dais from dute,
lull particulars oi their ciuims, duly
verified, and that after that date tbe
suid lSxei-uture will prucecd to distribute tbc suid cBtute amongst those
entitled   thereto,   regard   being      had
dflc Huilway Company, aud have deposited with the said Minister ot
Public w.nk.s copies of plans und description of site ol such proposed
work, and have also deposited with
the District llegistrai ol Land Titles
tor Kootenay ut Nelson, U.C., dnpli- ,
io Arrow Lake, tbence north along | cates of such plans and description ot only t0 those claims which tbe suid
Lake about su chain-.,  thence     wesl I sitCi ■ Executors   shall   huve then received
about   80   chains  to   point   of      com-,    Dftted   November 23rd,   l'Jll. .notice.
inencemont,     containing    about    Utio;    Macdonald,    Honeywell &   Graham, I    ""tod November 15th
Ottawa,   Ont.,      Ag*nts tel    0.  8.
MeCarter,  Hevelstoke, 1). ('..  Solicitors  for  the  Applicants.  N.25  3Oil.
NOTICK
acres more or less.
'■    Dated  December  29th,
Horutio Leverm
' 1st issue ji»n. 6th.
l'.Ul.
ltothwell.
1911.
Harvey,  MeCarter and  Pinkhum,
SolicitoiB lor August  Peterson    and
Hermun    Carlson,    KxecutoI'S of
the Last Will of Deceased.    00d.
NOTICK.
Itevelstoke Land District.
in trict of West Kootenaj
Take notice that I, Burrows Henry
Rothwell   of   Nakusp,   II.    C,   occupii-
NOTIUK
Revelstoko Land District.
District  of  West  Kootenai,
Tako notice  tbat  1,  John  A. Blouo
Lumb
ermen
* ■
make a <• til at|
F.   B.   WELLS,
!■ ,   Bu *".m and Exporter
'ii'i 'I own,    -   Ro ■ Istoke, B ' I.
-
nf woi he
for lhe bush,   I mnke •
• penally     of     l^isuflng
Shoe**,, I'.inK Sox  L.liirt»
Blankets snd everything
required In yourbuftlhcii.
In the Matter of un Application lor
the issue of a duplicute Certificate of
Title to Lot 10, Dlock 21, being Parti
of Section 27 aud 34,     Township 23, |
.Range  2,  West  ol   the  Bth  Meridian/,
Won gentleman, intends to apply tor Town of Uevelstoke, Map QCA.
permission to purchase tbc (ollowing |   Notice is hereby given that it is my
!"H''"1"-"1  i'""u i intention  to  issue  at  the  expiration
Commencing at a post, planted 40 of ono month alter thu lirst pubUca-
'Han,,, south ot the Ninth eust Corn- tion hereof n duplicate ol tbe Cer-
er oi T L. 11271, tbence south 80 tiacate of Titlo to the above men-
thence east about M chainB, tlorod lot in the name ol Fredericks
to Ain.w Lake,,, ihenc „,„th along Tlede, which Certificate is dated the
Luke uboul g(l chains, tbenee west luh (1,iy ,,r oct>jber, 1900, and num-
chalni   '•* point  ,,( commence   bered eli',4A.
Dated   this   13th   duy  ol  November,
l'.Ul,  Nelson B.C.
8AMUKL ll. UOE,
  District Registrar.
about   100  acres,
in,ni,     containing
m ,re oi  less.
Dated Deoember 29th, 1911,
BURROWS HKNltv ROTHWBLL
Pei Horatio Leverno Rothwell, Agent
fan,  iith lirst Issue
NOTICK
Hi".elstoke  Lund   Distiict.
Dlstriot ol West Kootiiiiny,
Take  notice  that   I,  Hugo Koch,  ol
Vancouver, B.C., occupation, traveler
intend to apply tor permission to
purobase the following described
lauds.
Commencing     at a   poet   planted
(about three-quarters ol a mile north
'■■■'"'»"'"•'"■: Posl planted ,,, ,,,„ M ,,„ A„.ow uke, runBtof| •""•■"^ «*■ » Manjetns
"' * « <**»»■     *•"'  "I -1.,* Boutb    west  80 chains, thence north 40 chains' ""T f tb,°.   GumPttny '° "Westera
"-.t Comer „( Lot 8118, th,',,." north   ,hPnce  east  HO  chains,    thence  south I T"r' AB90clatl°».  I'ltaiM."
thence    west 80 chains, | 40 chains,   along the Lake shore
Mi'll' I.
* itoki   Laad Distrlcl
DtstliOt  ••'.  West   Kootenay
If)' nol.ee       that        I.        Iln'1.     I
i       iii. ii.   c , occupa
*  mining, Intend I ta apply tor pel
ii   * Ion to purchase Hit  [ollowing de
'I  lauds;
i lomrnendng     „i    a   post planted I ,,i i,t,t
cupatlon hotel-keeper, intend to apply lor permission to purchase tho
(ollowing described  land.,
I'cmmcncing at a post planted at
the North West Coriui ot laud applied tor to Iki purchased by W. B.
ItolwrtHou    and      Marked    ".lohn A.
Btone's h.w. Corner,"    thence north
forty chains, tbence east loivy chuiua
thenco aouth forty chains, thenco
west (orty cbuins to tbe point ot
commencement and containing ono
bundled and sixty ucrcs more or
less.
Dnted 17th October,  1911.
JOHN A. STONE.
Per Jumes A.  Shields,  Agent.
COMl'ANiKS    ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that at tbe
expiration of one month from tho
flrst publication hereof, the Rovelstoke Agricultural Society, Limited,
intend to apply to the Registrar of
Joiut Stuck Companies to change tho
40    chains,
•hence south   10  chains,      tbence cant.
point <>[ roinmeneem>iit  and  contaln-
Dated this 1.1th day of    November,
0   1911. N.18,D(18.
Shi/oh's Cure
90 chains to point „t commencement,   l„g three hundred and twenty   acres,
oontaining 890 acres more or le»s.       more „r ies8i
Huied Deoember, 9th, 1911
IIAHRV   I    L.WI'lCi
I
t-H.Mv Maps enudhi, ,„,*■, colssi hent, ,
 ,i nn'lloKit      as „mtm i'»l is. Jua.b    Per It Fisher. Ajeut.   N.18J.ia
Dated November  4th, 1911.
KtJOO Koch,
Per W. Ogilive Aueot  ideon*
W.  13.   ROBERTSON,
Secretary  of said  Company.
Leave     your   ordera Tor Unit Coal
with W. B, Robertson or Audy Duv- WKDNKSDAY,   JAN.  10th,191«.
THE   MAIL-HEBALD,  ^E-VEILSTOBZEJ
WEDNESDAY,  JAN.   lOth.lOlA
FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE CITY OF REVELSTOKE FOR THE YEAR 1911
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Cash Receipts for the Year 1911.
BALANCES  AT lut  JANUARY,  1911.
Molsons  Dank,    Current  Account   ... $ 1,509,11
Cash    on    baud          'J8U.27
Cash Expenditure for the Year 1911.
if   1,855.38
TAXATION.
Ileal    Property    Tux    1911   5^3,250.51
Real   Property Tax    Arrears    6,62U,38
Local improvement Tin Jim   3,540.12
Local Improvement tas arrears   1,851.09
Sewer  Tn\      Commutation     1,000.50
Tax      Sale    Costs'   12.79
Trade     Licenses    1,799,00
Liquor    Licenses   »,70o.oo
Dog     Tax     MM
Rond Tax   1,0*8-3.80
$ 42,496.19
PUBLIC SAFETY.
Police Court. Kines  $ 3,592.40
Weighing     Fees    517.85
Pound Kees   46.25
Cemetery Receipts   62.UO
Sewer Connections       .",88-38
Plumbing   Permits          205.50
SUNDRIES.
Interest  on  Arrears  uf  Tuxes   * 4011.14
Interest   on      Havings  bank  aec  501,54
Accrued   Interest,      Debenture   X     110.00
Accrued   Int. rest,      Debenture   Y     522.60
Real     Kstate   110.00
Refund  lor  School  Lands      2,200.00
Refundu      027.15
TEMPORARY LOAN.
Krom  Molsons  Uuuk    $20,000.00
Less     Ilepuid     20,000.00
SCHOOLS.
tnivernm'Mit      Grant  $ 7,403.30
Government grunt tor     Building   12,<M.55
WATER AND LIGHT SURPLUS.
Excess of receipts over payments  $18,080,5,">
Less interest on Retwntui-es for Wuter
Light  und      Power    11,575.00
PROCEEDS OF DEBENTURES,
Debenture X $ 9,000 $ 8,802.90
Debenture Y $511,000  48,M6.oo
OTHER  RECEIPTS.
Loun  fur Mackenzie  Av. sidewalk  $ 2,700.00
Savings Hunk  Debenture  8         281.'.if.
Savings  Bauk  Debenture  tj             845.4,'t
Interest on   Sinking Funds    1,466.98
Savings Dank,  Sinking Fund    '.UC4.I1
■Savings    Hunk,    Debenture   U    6,855.72
...$
$    1,030.33
PMlNlSTHATlVIv
Klcctioii   Expenses       ,;	
Postage  and  Telegrams  	
Printing and     Stationery  '
cilice  Expenses 	
Salaries      2
Audit     (Balance  1910 and  l'Jll  	
Intoresl   Paid  	
Fuel   	
Janitor  and      Supplies  	
Legal Expenses 	
Assessment   :	
Registration    of      By-laws 	
Advertising  and  Publicity   	
Otlice     Furniture 	
Consolidation  ot Debentures  	
Mayor's      Remuneration   	
PUBLIC SAFETY.
Health      Account    $
Plumbing   Inspection   	
Police Salaries     6,
Police Clothing  	
Jail   Maintenance        1,
Jail   Furniture   	
Fuel for  Jail	
Prisoners      Health   . 	
$   5,011.38     Prisoners Clothing 	
Police      lieneral    Expenses    	
Magistrates Salary  	
Special  Police	
1    Firemen     Payments     1
C.P.H.   Firemen   Payments   	
Fire  Brigade   Equipment  	
Fire Hull Upkeep and Expenses 	
Fire  Hull     Curetuker	
Firo Alarm Repuire 	
Firemen   Expenses   	
Firemen     Accident    Insurance 	
I    Fires,   General   Expenses  	
Insurance on  Buildings  	
Hepairs to Buildings 	
Inquests 	
Dog Tags	
j    Cemetery   Caretaker   	
Cemetery 	
19,4:17.85     sewer     Connections     I
Flushing Bowers 	
PUBLIC  CHARITY.
Sick  iuu!  Destitute   $K
Donations     1
$   6.511.55   PUBLIC  CONVENIENCE.
streets .4 suiewulks construction  $ 2
Streets   ft   Sidewalks., rephlrs       2,
Sidewalk      Construction       t
Cement   Sidewalks   	
Snow Service	
Pound	
Weigh   Scales	
Tools    and    Implements   	
Cutting     Weeds 	
Street   Signs  	
Car  o.   Sewer   Pipes	
Less  Received   	
Public    Works      Department   	
$ 21,313.11   PUBLIC   EDUCATION
I    School  Trustees    $22
I    New  School      22
SPECIAL HATE ACCOUNTS.
Interest on     General Pe!»cnturos  $ 7
Interest  on  Local  Improvement  Debt.   6
DEBENTURE  INTEREST  PAID.
Municipal General   $7,840.08
Local      Improvement    5,828.63
Municipal for W.ft I  B.576.00
Water     and  Light    8,000.00
$ 57,707.90
.
M.lM"i
123.76
254.011
168,97
'180.10
512.50
714.20
287.02
436.15
834.95
316.85
2.50
70.50
111.68
90.00
500.00
378.90
900.00
,147.46
318.40
,07*2.81
16.80
i;55.ai)
67.50
165.10
763.15
315.00
134.47
,281.00
210.no
787.110
'17.57
;m i.ihi
80.92
6U.50
250.00
HI.110
2m1.oo
3(«.85
I6.<»0
5.25
124.50
1.50
,247.94
16.75
527.10
,187.27
,287.35
378.98
,092.08
578.69
930.90
2.30
'.85
94.60
6.30
112.li>
722.71
657.20
5 11.88
214.55
'.150.27
s 10.03
S2-.63
LIABILITIES
DEBENTURES ISSUED.
Municipal    $329,800.00
Water   mid     Light  117,000.00
Local    Improvement  117,574.2s
ASSETS
ASSETS  AVAILABLE,
Sinking  Fund    Account*
Sinkiug     Fund (or 1911  .
SUNDRY  CREDITORS.
On   Open      Account	
Tux  Hale  Surplus 	
Coupons,  not  presented   	
Advance,   Mnckenzln  Avenue
Debenture   Y     	
..$ 46,276.31
..    13,578.79
Arrears  of  Taxes,   lieneral $ 18,196.23
Arrears u! Tines, local    improvement    18,680.78 $ 31.827.HI
.,,,.,-,.„      Cush     on     Hand   800.0*3
♦jb-i.-il-i.-s      Molsons  Bank   Current   Account    2,585.90
Sundry   Debtors    147.33
$ 59,855.10*
$ 35,300.27
1,368.50
162.46
86O.00
2,700.00
8,861.44
■v4ssets Not Available
ADMINISTRATIVE
City     Hall nnd     Furniture
$   6,800.00
$   7,19s.IS
Spielul      Hute    Accounts   	
SURPLUS   ACCOUNT.
Being excess of assets over liabilities
J 13.942 40' PUBLIC  SAFETY.
_J !    Jail  	
$   4,627.03
$ 73,569.07
Fire  Halls     .,	
Fire  Alarm    System   	
Fire  Unpad,*   Equipment
Isolation  Hospital   	
otber  Properties   ,.,
:,soo.oo
6,860.00
3.600.0H
4,300.00
900.00
2,300.00
$ 24,950.00
"-,
$716,368.47
PUBLIO CONVENIENCE.
Streets  end   Sidewalks    $ 5-5,000.00
Purka         7,300.00
Roud Macbincrv und  Equipment     11,500.00
Sewers    108,295.80   $181,985.30
WATER,   LIGHT  AND  POWER.
Oapital      Expenditure    $328,474.30
Book    Debts and    Stock      10,861.16
PUBLIO EDUCATION.
School sltet,   butldiugs,    furniture...
BINKING FUND INVESTMENTS.
Suvinrs  Uuok   Aecouut    $ 3S,76?,.04
City   Debentures   purchased         3,168.SO
$333,336.06
$ iLOW.CO
$ 47,936.84
$716,368.17
16,348.77
1,714.37
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT
WATER AND LIGHT DEPARTMENT,
Revenue from  Water 	
Revenue  [rom   Light   	
Revenue  trom  Power	
Meter    Rent 	
Tapping  Mains	
Installation and  Fixtures 	
Statement School Expenditures 1911
8,144.94
45,164.82
$25.243.Ml
City   Debenture*-,      pul chased $9,108.80
Bavtngs    Hank.    Sinking    Funds      1,465.93
OTHER PAYMENTS.
;     New    Jail    t 8,278.87
New Tool  House    96.29
Fire Alaim Svstem        240.86
Cement    Sidewalk,    Debt.  S            93.9(1
Road    Machinery.  Debt.   X     8.912.90
Water and  Light  Debt.   Y     33,264.91
Mackenzie    Avenue    Sidewalk        2,016.87
Sewers      4,607,91
1    Sundries         101.81
BALANCES AS  AT 31ST DECEMBER,  1911.
Molsons Bank. Current account  8 2,686.90
Cash on Hnnd         800.03
$ 24,303.39
Printing    and      Stationery   ....
Elec   It.   und   M.   Power  house
Water   R,   nud    "M	
Sularies  	
Elec. R. & M., City 	
Fuel tor Gas Plant  	
Postuge and Telegrams 	
Siding Rent at Power  House
Fuel  fur Power House  	
Discounts 	
Insurance   	
Refunds   	
Telephone   Account   	
Clearing Log  Jam  	
Interest   on  Water  and  Light
[uteres! on  Muni. Debt	
Cashato.   Pump   	
Balance Profit    	
Balance  Profit  brought  down
Debt.
$       213.40
2,773.55
728.46
8,152.50
45192
969.35
107.87
29.40
282.00
7,561.02
1.498..'io
36.<in
16.00
258.65
3,000.00
8,575.00
180.20
...  13,747.39
$ 48,377.61
Item
Salaries,   Teuchem
Janitor  	
14,280.65   Becretary 	
29,991.57   Repairs   	
2,756.62 I Supplies   	
1,014.95 | Fuel   	
92.00  printing 	
141.82 | Grounds  	
 , Furnish.ngs   	
48,577.61 j Rent  	
Medical Officer 	
j Insurance  Renewals
, In-idental   	
Public     Hig
h school
11,780.00   $
3,180.00
1,923.80
130.00
162.00
18,00
1,080.02
36.96
1,272.27
132,96
1.634.74
74.56
25.70
10.80
122.90
13.50
75.00
10O.00
337.50
114.26
18.639.59   $
3.5";4.96
Total   	
I hereby certify    that   th* above exhibit ls a true   and
correct  account   of   School   Expenditures   for  the  yeur  1911
R.  S.  Squarebriggs. Chairman.
T.  W.  Drudshuw,  Secretary
Audited uud  lound Correct.
W   T   STEIN  * COMPANY. F. C.  A.
c-itT  Auditors
$ 48,577.61 '
$ 13,747.39*
$ 52,568.82
$159,023.72'
$   3.:t80.93
$159,023.72
In addition to tbe snid profit the City has supplied free of
cost, Municipal and street lighting to the amount of
$4,3*89.00, nlso the free use of water for street and (ire
purposes.
HINDUS W0UL0J0T ASSIMILATE ! OPERA    HOUSE
This is Verdict of Special Federal Agent
ONE   NIGHT   ONLY
Vancouver, B. C, Jan. 5.- That
the Hiudu along with other Asiatics
belongs to a race ot people wbich will
not assimilute with the Canadian
und whicli will not even in time bo
absorbed iu the conglomeration
which in years will form the bulk of
tbe population, is the opinion ot F.
O, Blair, special fcderul agent, who
• iu Vaucouver to investigate thc
condition of thc Hindu nud note just
what are the conditions which surround him nfter he has come to Can
ada and mude it his home. Mr.
l'.l.i.i   said.
"With particular reference to tbo
matter of the immigration of the
wives and children of the Hiudus already here, 1 can state* that if the
Domlniou government decides to let
them iu such action will only be tu-
ken ufter the most curclul enquiry
hus been mude aud uuder very cure-
tul supervision, and we will have to
be Bntisttcd thut the women wbo are
brough forwuid aro ucttiully tbe wives
ol tbo mcu already bore."
"Tho British und Canadian governments rccogniM thut had lt not been
for tbc loyulty of the Sikhs in the ne
poy reUUion tho history ot India
might today be greatly diflerent. Wc
recognize thut wo are all British subjects nud thut tho KaBt Indian is as
loyal as his whito fellow subjects.
But we must recognize the fuct that
wo have a duty to our own country
us well ns to the empire ol which we
urn proud to be a  part.
"Tbe Imperial government rocog-
iiines the right ol every Hrltish Colony to legislate tor itself as to who
shall and who shall not. come within
Its borders. I Ilml that ol all countries Australia is the most particular and has the most rigid Immigration regulations. Few Hindus could
leave  Hrltish Columbia  even   now ami
become    residents    In the Commonwealth.-'—Ex.
Wednesday, Jan. 10th
C.   P.   Walker   Present
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Brilliari Comedy
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Elaborate Scenic Equipment
Handsome Costumei
Moving pictures at the Hid lion tbe-
j/itre tonljht.
BRITAIN FACES MINERS' STRIKE
Men Are Expected to Vote in
Favor of Walkout
London,      .Ian. B—While the    l'i"-.
pects of a     settlement of the cotton
strike  are considerably  improved  tonight,      another      labor    trouble     la
threatening In the Bbape ■■; a nation
al strike of miners, who desire to «8-
cure the minimum wage. A ballot ot
the miners will be tnkrn within thc
next Meek to decide whether tbey
shall give notice thnt such a ttrike
is to be declared on Match 1st.
Tiie lendorB ol thc miners' taUra
tion are  against   a   walkout, being   lectured, but it  ia predicted that  ther
will be outvoted by the men. Thc
Right Hon. William Abraham, member ,,f parliament of Clamotgunsblre,
Wnlcs, who is the •••m of a working
collier, '•a»s it strike would give the
American owner* an opportunity for
wlndcenle  exports to  Kngland.—Hi.
l.IqVOU ACT. 1910.
N'otice is hereby given lhat thirty
days after date application will bc
made to thc Superintendent of Provincial Police (or tbe tanefer ot the
license Ior the sale ol liquor by retail in nnd upon tbe premises known
as the Citj Hotel situated at. Arrow
head. Uritish Columbia, from John
Calei  to   Robert   Cnl.-y   of   Arrowhead
n.it,,i tbi   ' th day 01 January 1913
JOHN  CAI.RV.
Jnn 10 1st Itsue       Holder of Mccnse
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.
'*. ■J.Lggg.liSBja«ll«Jl.-XJM
WOOD FOR SALE
12-inch anil 16-inch length!
Furnished House on 3rd St. To Rent, $20 a Month
Apply for particular* to the undersigned
,1'lliiM*. 276
W. B. ROBERTSON
Office on Second Street, next to CuniminRs TranBfer Ofl'icc.
WATCH THIS SPACE
HEXT ISSUE
A. 6. DUCK,  ■ Electrical Store
MACKENZIE AVENUE
Day Phone-284 . Night Phone, 40
And Still They Go!
PLAYER PIANOS!     PLAYER PIANOS!
Several Second-!Inini t'uuo**-, good a« new.
Special line of toiall Koodn '"r  ■v""**"*
A lasting present ll a miulol instrument.
Aik ua for nny musical inMrumrnt in the uorl'laml wr can net 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 ho
equal.
Keep your horses, cattle and other stock insured by having on hand a supply of Pottie's Remedies.
Sold in Revelstoke by ARMSTRONG & CO.
JOHN POTTIt m CO , VAKCOUVRR, B.O. tmet:m:a.il-ikeii.a.XjID, eeve lstokhi
ft CLEVER PUY
C. J. Bancroft Scores Success
With Private Secretary
When Charles Hawtrcj   wrote "Tl i
Private  Secretary,"   uliicli  woe  pn
:.t'**J  nt   tlii'  RsglUB      theatre      Iii
•■yen.: l-.  ,i    -  . itremelj   doubtful
evei  dreamed thai bits conicdj «* *
..-■ which  would lasl  as  li ng  na tl
!Cngll6b   language  mid   which    would
if) rd amusement to countless |>oop) i
*      **:  tlio niobe    i"    the
■  ■
H j  doubtful  il whon C,
in. a Uaucrolt undertook to ussutno
■ ii       :.   ul     it, i     Eiobei t  Spuuldlng
prii tit     --■* i '-tm j '.   he     ev i
■ i   ed  thai  ii" would  breathe    into
iractei   i poi ti ayo   I hal   ilo •*
.. :     have made t ho corned)     i io
'       '        *    ,    lUOSl       r.  .1     111,Ml      ll  .lll'l ■
thai  'ho pi,.-oi.t Btagc boas i
•'l|     II,r.i troj   ' M'ltutly      uuilci to It
■ ■•    rich    uncles occaBionull)    I   >■
* , • ndonl   I,* phewa  I vi    u
.   ish ol real manhood In them. His
* oncepttoii ol  Douglas t 'attermolo the
* • w *■! u  i Ich hm  Bportivo uncle,
was one thai is seldom Been m ni   I
■ i n comedies and the fact  thai     ho
■ • sow bis « .Ul ,oith sufficiently
last, gave rise to Bituations which,
to b.i> the leasl allord considerable
.ii, .-'iii* M    It  was possiblj   iiufoi i
* •• lor Rev Robeit Spauldlng tbat
be should bave  Fallon  into  thc hands
•; H.i.'n Marsland at ti»' moment be
I Marsland j    ami     Uattermole jiiiiior
ere  iiiiiimini.' how   t" please    Uncle
(.'attermole.   It wai   likewise  iintort-
.n.it*.* (or  Mi.  Spnulding  timi   Marl-
. I  havo conceived  the  Idoa
I Cattermoli   |unior     impersonating
evei end gentleman,   Severtheloss
■i"**-.    things     happened nnd  ipltc
Rt .    Robert  Spnulding's disliko     of
on  and  his     frantic efforts   to
straighten  tnattcn   out,  hi    ■ uccess -
.  managed to mix thiugs u|i thnt
II was Wl to ii tailor (and would-
•   .■ ■ • li in.,*     ■■■   Unallj   placi      the
I eces .nt,., tin.*,i   propei   places,
'i ic charai tei ol Rei Robt it
jpaul ling .- ., pi' uliai om Kreib
li om   i * mntrj   sl ud **.  a curnl     ol
* t  type,  be   u il<  takes     to
,     : *. iti   •■•■■ •■■'uiv ami pi v«i .*
• :    :-,'....       • ug ''*'•"    young
H  who had but   lusl  arrived   at
.  age when thej  are railed ' charni
ag" ' v the young mi n,   Mi    Hpatil
ki   any other curate   tin,' '
■• ■  'in   frock    He  Is     *,i   ■
iny    ther 1 ntor  wl u *   *  '.
■-    He  ,-   further,     unlike'
• else thai ever wiih     To do
Mi i'    .i.ini'p
*  ■•   ■   -nr part  us playi-     ■ I
■   *  •    There   * n  di ■ wl in
hia voice that in It reel '       "do
ml   nled bj   i h
on "1 lis    hand caused roai  alter
■ *   .    ... con
rer I                and chatti
. .*„ VaS ll  ■   CUO
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Revelstoki   L,un i UiBtrl t.
District  dI Wei I  Hootonaj
Tako ii itice that i.ii Hellrou, ol
Arrow in ad, li. i ' , occupal Ion Line
mail. ,iii,*ii I u applj lor permli Ion
tn purchase tho following described
lands,
I'liiiinii'iii ing     ii    *i    pobI    planted
aboul  the south wobi coruer ol Alex.
J,  McDonell's     application to     pur
chase, thence uorth 80 chains, th
west     in    cbuius,    tli 'in-.-    south    so
eli.nm.   thenco easl   10 liwiiiiB    alou^
luke shore t" poinl  ol comm.'ncomcni
containing 330 acres more or less.
ll. HBKFItON,
I'n \\ V. Ogilive, Agent
Dated ili*.-. .Mb day "I Novemhor,
lllll, first lsaueBoe3,
le.\.
Zi I Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
PROCLAMATION
NOT1C11
i, i Blstoko i.ami District.
Dlstrlc't  ol West  Kootenuy.
I'ake notice that I, Alex. J.    Mc
Ll .inll,   ol   lievelstoke,   B.C.,   OCCUpa
tion Hotel  Proprietor, Intend to ap ,
ply tor permission to purobase     the
[ollowing  dOBcrlbod lauds.
Commencing at a Post planted near
tho north west pnst ,.,[ Lot 7952, oast
ol Capo Horn, near tbe south west
corner of T, l.. 48498, thence north
80 chains, thenee west 80 chains,
thenee -ninth Ml chains, tb.uee east!
SO chains, along lake shore to point
ol     commencement,     containing (i*IO *
-i, i es   in,,re  or   less.
ALEX.  .1. McDONELL,
I'er W.P. Ogilive, Audit
Duted  this  28th day  of     November,
It'll. tirst issue Hoc. 2nd.
NOTICK
li ivelstoke Land District.
ll.sti icl  ol   West   Kooti n.i v.
Take notice that I, Ralph Parker,
ol Kevelstoke. II. t'.. occupation hotel
clerk, Intend to npply (or permission
to purchase the following described
land,
Commencing at ., post planted near
ll. llcilron's southwest corner, being
the -ojtii wi st point ol Ralph Par
kit'- land, thenco cast 10 chains,
thence north 20 chains, thence west
in eh., a*, tbence i outl 30 chains,
along lake Bhore to point ••', commencement, containing forty acres,
. i   tees.
Dated thii 38th lay of S ivember,
1911.
lui.l 11  PARKER.
Dee.-. I'er  W.P,   Ogilive,   A^ent.
JOB PRINTING
Neat diui Attractive
Work
MAIL-HERALD
Public Notlcs Is herohyglvon to iho
electors ol tho Municipality ol RevelBtoke,   Hint    I   iv'iuire   tne     pt'OBOllCa
,i t ie mud eleetois al the t ity
i i ik..  uitloe,   City   Han.   Mackenzie
AvatlUO,   in   lie'   m;i 1,1   l il >   on   the  *' in
Jnuuufy, 191-', at 12 o clock noon,
for tne purpose "f ciocMng persous
to represent them In tue Municipal
Council .is Major nnil Aldermen, and
also ini the purpose ol electing threo
School Trustees.
The mode nl nomination of candi
dates shall be as follows:—
The candidates shall bo nominated
in writing; tbe writing shall be sub-
Bcrlbod by two voters of the Municipality us proposer und seconder, nud
sUall tie delivered to tho Returning
Officer at uny time net ween tbc date
of tins notice ami 2 p. in. on the
day ol Nomination; and In the event
of a poll being necessary, such poll
will be openod on Thursday, the lltn j
in tho City
City  of  Revel- '
between tbe
ii the forenoon
local Option Gains and losses
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township, Plenbi i'-.
sbip   i'iiii   rmhi|      ito*/ •    and
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rortl     * il i,-'     ll'* tm l
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\s manj of tbt ■  an  rui nl m n Id'
■ et , nl]   If   am ari
It,   the  follow,tn-  in ill Mpi   tion     in
majorltl-M   ■•"■ given for tbc iii»ah
UP», but the rcninro,! three-frlthi TOtc
,t H,,iiri,:    Caledonia,  linger
mnn   tOWmblp,    Wrolleil,   Hi pw',11.1,.
, nt i,   Tbetford,  OlamHorB,  Bto?
idcoke townihlp,   Mllvemon,    Hher -
i   \c townihlp, North Cayugi town
palp,
>old by Hobson ik Co
F^evelstoke
day  ol  .Innuary,   1912
Clork s Ollice,  in  the
Btoke aud kept  open
hour ol nui'* o'clock
and      the hour  ot  7  o'clock    In    tbe
afternoon,  lor taking and   recording
the votes ot tbe electors „(  tue snid.
lity ot which evory   person is hereby
required i" take uotice   and    govern
himsell accordingly.
The persons  nunlitied  t"  bu uomiu
.it *d [or and elected as Major snail
1,0   BUCll   persons   n.i   nl,    ninl,'   DritlSb :
.  i*    **:i iim full  age ol t wenty one'
years and are  not disqualilied under J
uuy  law,  mid  have  been  for  the six
months  next  preceding  tbe  day     of
nomination  the  Registered  owner  In
the Laud Registry Otlice of laud   or
real property  in  the  City  "'.   the us-'
se-ssml   vniue    on the list   Municipal
\Hnessment    It,,11    ol   due Thousand
Dollars ■".  in* '•■ over and above any
registered  Judgment  or  cbarge,    and
who nr,   otherwise  duty   qualified as
Municipal \ otei
The Persons qualluvd to  be nomin
ai id [oi   and     sleeted *•»    -tldermen
boll     •    mch    persons as are male
Ui : ,.!•   subjects ,•!  tbe  lull  agi    ol
l yean ■   not disqualitled un-
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cTVlenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cytccount Forms Eall Programs
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Cards - Lumber Forms    Tags, Etc
^AIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery.  Our
stock gf   printing  papers is large
and  well selected.
Agents fiT the famous
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WEDNESDAY,  JAN.  10tli,1913.
TIIE   MAIL-HEBALD,   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   .TAN".   Mtli.WlSi
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Tlie Ladies' Hospital Guild
will serve Tea in the Store
Friday and Saturday.
DON'T MISS 11
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. B. flume 8 Co.. limited
TAKE ELEVATOR TO
DRY GOODS, TOY AND
FANCY GOODS DEPT.
See the New Cash Carrier
JJLNTJJ^JEUY CLE_AJR,HN"0- SALE
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, Towelirgs ann 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." thc daintiest you
could imagine. We have never seen
anything to equal them for less than
$2 to $3 each, and they aro almost ready
to put on.    Clearing this lot at a
Bargain, only^ $1.00
10 Lovely Dressing Gowns
very" heavy", light and dark red, Gait
Heece Eiderdown Flannel, all wool, nicely trimmed with braid, heavy black
girdle
A Real Bargain $5.00
20 Skirts at a January Price
cAlready 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 ! When *' Monday and
Tuesday, Jan. 15th and it>th. Pork and Beans
in t lh. and 3 lb. cans. On these two days
we will cut the price of thc .; Ib. cans, put up
in Chili Sauce, to 20 cents, or 3 for 35 cents,
and the 1 Ib. cans to 2 cans for 15 cents.
REMEMBER I  Only Monday  and  Tuesday.
Dinner and lea Sets
See our coi net window ior these articles.
In the white and gold pattern you get a beautiful Dinner Sei that will always be in style
antl one that you "ill never tire of. The blue
and white sets are in great demand this season
and wc are now getting to the last few sets .1
nice large set for the price. In thc French
Limoges you get something that you can always lill in vour stock when vou break a
piece and have a high grade dinner sel. Sec
our Tea Sets at $0. of 40 pieces, and our 10-
piece Toilet Sets at $,v;.s.
Syrups   Syrups
Have you tried an) of our McNally's Pure
Maple Syrup. Il you have not; why not?
We guarantee this Syrup pure and appetizing,
made from the sap of thc good old maple
trees in the forests ol New Brunswick, there is
nothing on the market 10 compete with it. Pul
up in quart bottles at yjc. and 1 Gallon cans
at $.'.-'5 each. When vou iry it you will use
no other.
Bovril!    Bovril!
Winter weather is Bovril weather ! You
will eat well, sleep well and look well if you
drink a little hot Bovril each day this cold
weather, One boltlc will lasl vou and family
a long lime. Ii 1 nourishing and helpful to
vour system. Pui up in • iv,, 4 o/.. 1 .• 0/.
and iO oz.  bottles,
Toilet Soaps
Wc arc making .1 big push on 1'oilct
Soaps for the next month and are offering
--ome bargainr on some ot thc best lines we
have shown. Our j.sc. line pul up in fancy
boxes of 3 cakes each is in big demand. Our
bulk toilet soap at 50c. pcr do/en cakes is in
itself a rare bargain. Don'l fail ,0 ask to see
these lines.
Appl
es
Wc still  have a few   boxes oi the  best
grade of apples in stock     Wagner,  Jonathan
Northern Spy, and a few other varieties and
we guarantee thc quality ol every box. Hotels and restaurants will make no mistake in
buying our cooking apples at S1.75 pcr box.
Lay in a slock now, .is ihey arc sure to be
higher in the latter part of the winter. Our
table apples are all wrapped to insure their
keeping.
Fruits and Vegetables
Lettuce, Cilery, Sweet Potatoes, Bananas
Oranges, Lemons and fresh Pineapples arriv-
ing today.
Canned and Bottled Fruits
Wi .in jusi opening up a large shipment
,>! Crosse St Blackwell's fruits in glass jars and
talis. These goods arc known the world over
and have a world-wide reputation. They arc
made from the lust selected home grown (run.
bottled and canned under ideal conditions
within a few hours of being gathered straight
from the orchard. It is difficult lo tell the difference between the^c and freshly slewed 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
Wc arc clearing out all the remainder of our splendid line of Winter Overcoat.-'. Now, jusi when
you need one, is thc time to investigate these prices. It will pay you. Every coat bears thc famous 30th Century Brand Label, and is up to their high standard of quality and workmanship.
$15.00 Value
A line ot coats that we were
justly proud ol at the rcgulai
price. Ctit in thc latest fashion
with easy, pleasing lines, they
come in black or grey cloths
wiih velvet collar, either in 45
Oi 50 null lengths.
Sweater Coat
Bargains
All our Sweater Coats must be
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.
Mens Pure Wool Sweater Coats
Both plain ami high neck All
the new patterns ami weave.
They were tjooil values at  $4,mi
and $5.mi.
Sale Price, $3.50
Men's Sweater Coats
Medium quality,   hijh and  low
necks.    All shades and pattern*.
Sale Price. $2.00
Boys' Hewson Sweater Coats
Hand    woven,     good   wearing.
I\n* Wool.
Sale Price, $1.75 Each
Boys' Sweater Coats
Medium     ()ualit\.      Shi-del     nl
iriiwn, gray md green,   Ricep
liunal value at
$1.00 Each
$18.00 Values
Tweed Ulster with wide, reversible collar. No extra hardware around the neck and a
perfect fit, in high as well a*-
low collar.
' Muto" Coats, — In heavy
tweeds, full 52-in. length, collar may bc used cither close
fitting high or as an ordinary
open collar.
Herring Bone Worsteds, plain
neai Cut, 45-inch length, velvet collar. A neat, scrvicablc
eoat, suitable for all occasions.
C. B. HUME & CO., Ltd. ^Kl'NKSl.'AV,   JAS.   IOtb,191S.
THE   ^dl^.IL-IIEIi^I.r),   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  JAN.   LOth.1912.
New Year's Bargain Sale
SPECIAL PRICES ALL OVER THE STORE
Girls' Winter Coats
Six onlj Girls' Winter Coat *. all this season's styles, Sizes, 8, 10, L'iind ll years
Sale Prices $4.50 to $5 Each
If you need a coat for any of the above
aires you cannot afford to overlook these.
Ladies' Dressing Gowns
Made'   from   Eiderdown,     Sale  Price
. .                                          ¥4.50
Fancy Wrapperettes.    Sale Price     $10
Sale Prices on all
Ladies' Tweed Costumes
l Grcj Serge' Suit. Size 36,                 *10
1 Black Serge Suit, Size 3li                 *10
ii only Tweed Suits, Sizo 3-1, illi,   and  38.
Reg. $25 and $30.   On Salu,at       *lo.,rKi
Men's   Goods
Men's Winter Overcoats—Sale Price, $lti
Men's   Youths'   and   Hoys'   Suits,    odd
Trousers,   House Coals,    Men's   Underclothing.
Furs     Furs     Furs
i li e only, Tony Coat.   H 'g. 105.   Sale
■>70.    1 only, French Seal Set,  Keg, $70.
Sale Price, l-M).   ! onlj  Astrachan Set.
Reg. $48.    Sale Price,                       25.
Chllds Sets—GreyjPersian Lamb.
Ladies'   Sable   Stoles    1.:.dies'    Isabella
Fox, Ladies' Marmot stoles.   I'ricerang-
ing from 13 up,   The above are all new,
This Sale  includes everything in
our Entire Slock.    Come Early and
get first choice.
oTWillinery
c/tll our Millinery going  at  Hall"
Price at this Sale.
REID & YOUNG
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Mrs   H   Davis of tha Ulf?K 'U> has
■.   '*, the     coant  tor n  vlnit   wIth !
■ i ,!",*>  Mr. A   K   Mclntyre,  Inr- !
. \  ol t ti..- city.
The w .C.T.I .  met  lu-t.  Priduj    at !
■ •   ',"ir.<'  ••'.  Mrt    F    V> .   I.mrn.*.   » I * B
a  pleasant social time van tie'..'.    At
■ *■ - meet lag It was decided    l * (five
tea   ii   : he 2nd ol Februarj,  ncxl.      [
Thc  Hou  Mrs Fleming v. iHarrw  **' '
I ondoi    EnRland, who ia rnakinc Iter
tirst i. .:  through     Western Canada,
.« in thi    itj   the pi.est of Mrs      J
MUSIC—Miss Johnson, pupil  of A
er   K HAM.. London   Is prepared to take « liraitivl number ..f [.up I
iltion  in  music    Por  t.'rmi
•apply at     the     residence of  J.    K
lobnson, tirst house went ol tlir- hot
• il,  First street.
The  Kpworth  l-eagnr of ttie  Motl
disl cburcb     will meet oil << o'cloc
nighl     \ paper will be read :,v Mr.
Hurry   Maxwell   ou   Missionary   >''ork
und Social Conditions iu China      A
will    follow.   The  i' ' He
' e cordiBily  welcome*;
.i   U   Sibbald returned ,.te:  satur
.   .      from     ;i  ten  iluvs tnp  to tbc
H<   Bays tliat '<i'   biij     most
itiufuctory  interviews   with  the  At-
•••-;,- General regarding the propos-
; cbanget  to the     Beverage Bylaw
[':.   li..!..   Mr.  lloweer stut ng    that
'•    lepartment     would do all        ti
•*      *    rectify  matters
Mr   '. '*"  y. has    ■■ igm .       *     tbe
ly   Palace Ci      u        ■
I,* ,*!•■ - ng   - >'. KInnot  ■   I
.■ .'.. I,        . firsl rliisH lunch
i   i\ store; he '&
to   _"■-•
late .m.i will tha
..*.* ■   ■ ■', '):• ir putronagi    llierr
<       i  no | 1 r.*.'ir. In     connect Ion
thia hue ness.
■ • VNTED- Intormatii ■ ■
crcabouta   of     Warren  r
i»'   beard of at      Bevi Istot      IS. i
■ March   llth.   1 IIO.    Win   ,*■
HONEY   - HONEVI
Pure Wliiti  I'm,*.*,*•  Honev in 5 11'. Cans.    This is   vjtiitlliiji).'
will li nil aw full} nk val this season of the > ear.
HOME-MADE JAM    iii pililsaml quarts   w,.,--   iars,    I'liii
ahsolutelv pure uud well put up.
SYRUPS    I'nri   Maple Syrup in Imttl r cans, wliicli ue    i
Kntce '■* l    thi! I".* I.
A.  HOBSON.
MacKenzie Avenue
turc tour,
Mr. Dlcbona was a godson of the
late Lord Alfrod Tannyson, Poet
Laureate ol Kngland. Ho was In his
Blxty-seventh year. Mr. Dickens, whn
had spent the greater part of his lite
in Australia, going there at the age
of twenty, arrived in Una country on
September 29, landing nt Boston. He
rested thtre (or ten dayB, hecause of
ii slight Indisposition, before beginning bis leoture tour, whieh he opened at Lowell. Mass., on Octobor 9.
Ills truvels to HU lecture engagements
took him to many Cities in the east,
and in the west as far as Denver. His
last, lecture was on Friday, Decomber
ti, before the stain Teachers' Assool
atlon at Indianapolis.
The lecturer reached here last
week, spent Sunday wltb couslus in
l'elham. nnd was on his way to at
tend tho theatre iast night when taken
111, He uas better this morning and
was preparing to ro this afternoon
tu Kingston, v> , to till an engagement when he was again attacked. He
died shortly after  being removed to
Ins room fr.-rii the hotel lobby where
the  sei/ure  overtook   him.
The mission here "i the noted novelist's Bon was t" lecture on the life
nnd  work ol  Ins fat Ini
NAKUSP .NOTES
BORN- On Sunday,  January 7th. to
Mr. and Mrs. F. B, Lucas, a sun.
BORN   On Monday, January sth, to
Mr.  and  Mrs.  A.M. Haigh, a Hon.
Miss  Hales,   who  lias  been  employ
ed   at   F,   W.   .Ionian   &   Co.'s   store,
! left  tor Vancouver this week.
ll.  I,   ltothwell entertained a  uum
| ber  of  fr,etuis on   Sew   Year's  ,-ve.
j Many were the expressions ol disappointment   heard  that   the    mem •
| bets nf tlie old ISth iii'l not parade
as usual "ii S-'n Year's day. It is
to be hoped thai next year they will
appeal again
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were guesl    at  the King
(■■re i'.n*t  of this week
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tt .>m the coasl   afti:   -• •
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held mi till Saturday's .saue.
A   S    leve,  Ml..-        Wed
nesday morning for I il t iu..
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The cold Bnap bus greatly interfered with thc steamboat service, the
Ice .a the lower lakes delaying the
boats so much that tin* trniu service
lms been put mi. From here passengers for Seisuii and other points .re
sent over the N •$ s. rallwaj and
slocan Lake. The ateamer Minto wilt
endeavor    t" keep navigation    opon
down the lake from Naku.-p to Uur -
ton and if possible right through to
Bdgewood.
Mies Mitchell, our school teacher .
j who has s|>eiit. her vacation in Ban-
.don. has returned    to resume    her
I duties, as hus alsu Mr. Kinj; cf the
tilen Hank school, whu spent tha va
ration in Vancouver
Mr. Jas. Sneddon has Ins uew boil
■ I natallcd and tin* Ltdand Imtel is
nn*  nicely heated    '.  gteam
Mi.   B.   Mill-  la  CI) Ud  to  return
181   ,n   a   few   .lay*    to   re
* i  -i"rk on the governmenl diedge
it K.'*-
Mr.  Thoa    Vbricl  will  i uo ol
■■ be B. C. Fruil , ■ ta
■   t|     big convention  t'> be
 awa
Agricultural Conventions
The  following   are   the.  dates  uf  the
conventions to be held under the
auspices of the Provincial Department of Agriculture, at tho Botlnlcal
Chambers, Parliament Buildings, al
Victoria,  11. (.'.:
li.  i'.  Agricultural    Fairs Associa
tion,   January  22,   1912.
u.   ,C    Stockbreeders'   Association,
January 22.
Ii.     H.     Dairyman's    Associations,
January   2*1.
B,  c.    Farmers     institute,    Jan
nary 2b and 2H.
H. C,  Poultry Association,     Janu
ary 29,
ii. C, Fruit    Growers' Association,
January ;ni and 31.—Ex.
COMING [VENTS
January 18—The     distinguished Eng
lish  Comedian   Mr.   1".   .lames  Uau-
croft   in   "The   Private   Secretary."
January :.'."'   Dixie Jubilee Blngera.
January .tu   Philharmonic Society en
tertiiitinieiit
January  111 -Ml.   Clifford   Lane   lb inn
in   "The Thief."
February   ID--"The   Harrier."
February   3'J—Annual   Concert   ol   the
J.B.C.   in  Kdison   theatre.
February 26—Castle      Square    Kntei
tamers.
WANTED—Bj lady,  furnished    room,
well heated, centrally located, with
breakfast   if possible.      Apply  P.O.
Box 117.
NOTICK
T.ikn notice thut tho annual gener
al meeting •'! the Revelstoke Agricultural Society will be held in Ihe
City Hall, January 10th, I'.'U, at 8
o'clock   :n  iiie evening,
Fleet ii ui ol    officers   nnd    general
business.
w, B.  ROBERTSON,
Secretin y.
A HAPPY HEW YEAH WALL
May 1912 Brirti You All Kinds of Prosperity
You can save money thia year by purchasing nt
this Store, and still more in the yeai' that is
ahead of us. We begin our Stock-Taking next
week nml there nre lots of linos that wc must
clear out,
WINTER COATS
Pine new Winter Coats in the new materials ami
latest styles, now selling at $10,  $12 and *15.
Warm, serviceable Coats, full length,  at   $6,00
Girls' Coals at $2.50, $4.00 and -15.00 each.
SWEATER   COATS
Made of the best Beehive wool. All colors, V
neck knit in one piece, only f3.00. High neck
with collar, $4.00 each, .lust what you need for
skal i ng.
CHILDREN'S LEGGINGS
Black Jersey, Brown and Cardinal Corduroy—
75c. per pair
McLennan C& Co.
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For Your Seeds    ^
Ornamentals 6* Fruits j f|
GO TO THE
Henry Seed and Nurseries' ^
I NEW YEAB GREET9N0S
n
^•1       DEAR FRIENDS:
We wish to extend to yuu our sincere
appreciation for your kind patronage
and liberal  assistance during  the year
1911 and sincerely wish you a pleasant
and a prosperous New Year.
m
vftF
Yours very truly.
\\ i   ll.i.i   ','ln   lines'.      Ol i.   "II   the
■. oasl l..t*t \i ii nr Ural yeai
in tin* business, was badly hand
tcappetl; owiit^ to tlie want ol
-del*., b ii not so Ibis year. S nrl
us your orders and we will *:ive
you s.tlislaction. Si e our uev
i iti logue, it is im* lo you.
A. R. Macdougall, Proprietor J
JOHN McINTYRE & SON |
Advertise in Mail-Herald
i
Mi   .1. ii.  . ..: family
■ turn* '■   '■'' m   i   " ngtb)   visit
.'.       Ulan Will                pcnl     'In
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furniture,     a
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IIKMS    DRUO   STORE
Rexall Cherry
Cniii)h Syrup
35c. M)c %\ a bottle
Rexall Cold Cure. 25c
* *   i i
Rexall 93 Hair Tonic
50c and $1.00
Fine ,Linen Sationer y
35c a box, 3 for$l
,* New Stock of
500 7."Hy Cards
Office Supplies
llooki
1912 Diaries
bews THE REXALL STORE bfw?
BARGAINS!       BARGAINS
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rtll prices
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
t HST   Mill I   1
Extra Special Snap
IN SASKATOON PROPERTY
A Few Lots at $250.00 Each
Duly Two Miles from Post Office.   Quarter Down, Balance in 3, li. i) and 12 Months
A glance al the slut ist ies showing the marvelous development taking place in
Saskatoon will readily convince you of the ^reat possibilities of this city as a real
estate investment The average increase in Saskatoon Realty for the last-three
years is 562 per cent.    What better interest could you want on your money '.'
SASKATOON
SASKATOON
SASKATOON
has grown from
::.o(iii in 1906 to
20,000in 1911.
for 191] lias now
doubled the building permits of 1910
has over one hundred wholesalers
located there.
SASKATOON
SASKATOON
has nine operating
lines of railway.
distributes to 184
111ri\ iiij-r towns
and village
SASKATOON :
ill have a Street
ar system operating next spring.
!'    tartingofthe  Street   Car  System   more   than doubled   in   value  Suburban
property in Calgarj 2}yearsago. The same tiling Is bound to happen In Saskatoon next Kpring. These lots we are offering are well situated, heiiiK close in, ad-
joining the City Park, and are such exceptionally wood value at $250 that we are
safe in predicting thai they will be worth $|oo each in one year's time,
The Priee of These Lots Advances $50 Each on Feb. 1st 1912
SEE US AT ONCE ABOUT THIS BARGAIN
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
B, G. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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