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Array "Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price   ifliO
Interior Publisnmg Co., Ants'
t
"Revelstoke, the Capital of Canada s Alps.'
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PRINTERS
\a» I— a
Vol. 19-No ;,
REVELSTOKE, B. C, JAN   IN, 1913
^Mr-f
$2.50 Per Year
Heaviest Vote in History of City.-Kilpatrick rJTWaym-
With Big Majority.—Complete Old Council Re-Elected
—Enthusiastic Crowds Hear Results Read irom City
Hall Balcony.—What  the  Winners Said CyAfter Poll
Was Declared.
No mai ler w be
SlU'lli I.l   SI  . I.
h'-r ll    s ,-i   blgl
wiih Fancy l[.
I'l .llll'
n.ll ■
U.i  ot   ii
ihr latu
bave li,   uh n
COMB  HHRE.
le-    III    Ul
Safety
■  very
Razor
tin
we
you want .1 tollable,   absolutely    ciiaraiitiie.il     Razor—
Our lleiei l le.,, Razoi, ma !■• ■ pe
iully lot un. Bold under guarantee
ai  >2.'ii la a prize.
I'arh.i Magn tic Razors, t hn old
r tlabln, $2.25; also the i bolce ol
Shellielda bosl brands Irom J1.00
up,   Bolters Clause mil othets,
SAFETY   RAZORS
Over in-, n'y styles to choo ' Irom, nn.l al prices lo suit any pocket
Prom Ifi i' nts to $7.r.o. Gillette, Auto strap, (I'm, Every-Roady,
Keen-Kutter, Claus*, YaiKeo. Arnold, Bndi't and many othets.
\iii.el ci'ito .-. greal ■ cite lent tbi
Returning ' IIH r tea l oul ti om tho
tep   of tbi   Ri vel   ....   in,   n  n on
Thursday nighl, lhe llunl  ilete re
suit -  i.i  the  1913 cn i.   olo timi ,  bi Id
Januarj  ii th, .,   lollows:
For  Mayor—
Thorns   i.i   im
1 lora •■■ Manning  165
Spoilt    Hallot         7
I   i li-1 ifi ir  declare Tbo   11 pal
tick .-le- ted ley 239 votes,
!■ ot Aldermen, Ward Oue
II-   1- M.-Sorley 	
.1.  Guy  Ii,ii uei   	
Geo  Dl    Shaw  	
G       Klmbefly 	
Spoilt  Ballots 	
th i itore declare  11.   .1.
.1. Guy Batl et elected,
ti n,  Ward Two-
.134
.133
w Sorloj
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% imperiai Bank of Canada \
Q rloau Ottics—Toronto, Uniano. Q
g Capital Subscribed - 6,000,000.00 $
$ Capital i aim Up
a Reserve
O Total Assets,
11.
F. Me-K union
Tl    1 '	
ra. li. Donalds
...ilt   Ballots
130
Ki
103
V.
i 2
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3
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i  .i j   v oi:-  '.:  counl ,i ■   i hr  ie JKiiH
, ,   Bi once proceeded with.
Thc hallotft In him print od on ilill.-i
, ni . olot 'l paper, were ea Ily ortej
. i ,e , ■ i..in ien- ii ute bo
lhal Url T Kllpatrli I. was 111■ ehol o
Ioi Mayoi hj a majority ol 239, wi re
. nee i Tin 11 wa ttuvolled rapid
ij ii i, i.mIi iii" cilew.l and Into the
Kil mh ii'i. . ii imin ine rooms, which
niuu lialel ; anie packed with a
wildly I'hiMiium crowd. '1 ho inline -
,i,.miii c ' ii -ii ied unabali d, and v as ro
i e-u.-.i  when the r. nulls lot tbe vat
mus wai.-- wci ■ i in Bivoly anuounc-
td. The hi),' majui'iliis scored by tho
peoples choice were n iut prise to ev-
. lyou.', In Ward Ono Mr. .1. (lay Bar
i.a i- wa- an mv '"i.i ii r, lo.-nlng within
i a • vole o. the high mafk . oi by H.
.1.  Mi'Sorlay;  lho figures for Ward   i
,. dally lho name ol Mr. II. V.
'.-!.,! no i li adl ig thai poll with 13 I
totes, »' i ie. ,| witb ringin : cbe irs
mid the ipporte ■.! Aid. 1 lowson,
tlio igh nol . ee iie y, we-ii' out in force hi rli ii'i ill - now ol thai gen! le-
, pulnr victoty. But tho gr ial
irpri     • : all cann  in Wurd     3,
bare, - at y i.e mi prophesies,
ii.   W.  ■'   i ili. msnii       .  led  lh t  po t,
and   Ud.  i ■ wi o     clared el
mi- .1   hy a narrow     majority  of o.ie
iote over Mi.  s. N, t dham, The gi a
ti,b2u,00u.UO
6,620,000.00
$72,UUU,O0U.uu
•
/
O         Mi-audit b oi Aegeuts ia .11 principal point* nikCaiiiulii. Q
A               AKfllt.-e 111 l  u-.il Dllllilll   and   tnntUhielil':.     Lilllli '.li|.,l.,e,i., X
Y Llojtij li.aiia    I United.     Utiicti,,.—Vine National Hunk,  Uorn i:..^- Sr
Q obangeiNKLoual Uaulc,    Suati it, - ai-nuiie .>..! e.in.i bauk,   dui 1'i'iiu- Q
'a-v ClbCl)—Wr..     Kat^iC ,\<   SU*    i'.*M. lla,   Hull...        A. .lulal.U.    -I'.li lllallge .
Y .'..I    e-e.le.,     H...O.. V
?                 Savings Bank Department 9
Y Deposit! oi  Si aud upward,  received, anil  interest allowixl mi V
O curl, tu rate Croui uatu ol uepoeib.   Uuii-esptniueuub dOUcited. O
9     Revelstoke Branch—A. B. MbClenegha.i, Mgr. i
LADIES- SKIRTS AT COST PRICE
liXUMSH '. -.::i■:^'
Must be cleared out to make room
for Spring Stock, lt you are looking for Skirt Bargains you can get
them  here.
Thomas Kilpatrick, Mayor of Kevelstoku.  1913
MRS. A. G. CRICK,
NRST STRUT
Hoi
TIRED
* lil
"""'N,
THEN A CUI' OF
A A. JLijuKiNO  TEA"
will refresh yoi with its hriulit, spicy
Savor and irn.aiicy. bold in 1 lb.
h i   ji :k ,;i's
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
Q. W.BELL
P. O   Box  208
GROCER & RAKER
Phone No. 23
(.%-%'%^%'%%'%'»%'%^V',V%'%^«^'%/%^^'«»^'%/%^%/%-%^-»/*
DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS
Vases, Bowls. Comports,
Manufactured by "Libby"
BE NOT DECEIVED
J. GrTJTT BAEBBE \
*
C. P. K. WATCH INSPECTOR ,
pind  Frank  11.  Bourne eli    ■
ticfaOOl   'I'l li -li'l"
'ilios.   Bradshaw   ■'• ■■•
Edward Edwards  'i.i
Arthur  Jolin-ou  225
Si ..:ii   Ballots      15
1  therefor*  declare Tlio.-.   Vi.  lJi.ul-
shuw umi Edward Edwards elected!
Given  iiniier my baud    ;...-   I  lh daj
.ei  January, l'JIU.
B   I'.. REYNOLDS.
Returning Oflicei
HOW THK  VOTE CAM/
Right Irom thc opening ol tbe polla
ai  '-' a.m.,  the voting booth situated
...  thi   ground i.uui  of the citi   bali,
ua.-, the jceae oi greal activity, Jan.
i.ary loth wa.- a typical     Revelstoke
Winter Jaj, the snow lay deep on tbe
ground, ami tell a.  intervals,       i'oi
lbe tai -t two Loui.: iet..li,L^  was tlow.
.ii tit- were organii ed uu let tiie
.,. ui ii..   . specUvu i ai, :
Mayor,  '.b.ii is bro Ming,
thi   Kilpatrick part}   ulng thoir rigi
uavauera to bring oeii  tbe inn
.. i     ..  a   ...au taUil  .i     .     -■ porl
u.il council;  lhe . anvassers
.n.i supporters ior Ur, tlauning were
aUo geti.ng out  tb'i  \ote  on  iiehall
ol ni" new candidates lor aldoimeu.
Uotb  parties  closed  their commll
u-e ruum campaign on tbe Wedi
evening, anl gave up the enl   ■    la)
uu Thursday   o personal can.
. • ..   to  getting everj
ible vote! down io tbe. booths -ei  thc
t me  on ele - mmi day.
own  on   I.nib  i..lea  li
m  proved by tbe lact ibat more    than
*
WINDSOR
THE 1 .ATKST
CAFE   AND   GRILL
.SHORT ORDKK AND DINNKR HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
I IHI
llll.   IM    IH  'I'
llllll    le'll'
• youi I" nilqunrtcri hi t,
,,..,}.I,, in, i i,    Give Ua
yulck
iii.il.     ' We Nevei Sii 11
A. G- TIUAlilSON.
MAAACiEK
i il per cent, ol  the   .''i.i  vote     wa
I  p.m. noo.i. including       a
voters wn i
ne.i thi  w,nti, weather, and iravolli -l
•h iii. deep
,i    ibe
f thi  daj
..
el   IM
■  eel.l      le .Ll     WOUld      I ' " Dy I',
p.m. mo I "I the e i - ton were >hru '
i.v. 1.1 in.-, .rn.I ovei -"
bten pusi d tbi Al
i '  f : ..  dosed, nnd lbe
.ml opinion liud bevn thai Al- . nn.ui
Bourne would be in Ur-t place In
Ward three, with Messrs Abrahamson
and Needham lighting lot second place
im tho warmth ol welcome with
which ihe result was received, proved
that ih victory ol the old brigade,
w.-i- a popular outcome ot the Iceenes
[ought Bide ..! the iriangular conte I
in tin interval which followed th.
reading ol the last Wanl contest um!
wliii-i th.- ballots cast Ioi Bchool l'-»
tees were nil being countod, thc
lul candidates for Muyor am!
ai.le iii.-ii, iniiiiiitiil ii lanle in tb ■
committee rooms, and delivered Bbon
Bpeeches thanking tbeli itipporterd
and friends, and afterwards i-iiou.
bands wah the mauy wbj wer.- wait
Ing to congratulate them |.e-r umill
..ii  tneii   Weil  ineriteil  VlCtorj
Following i ii.- announcemenu ol tli
;.      Inini       n n lees,   n   parnil '
oi   inized,   Thi   you I.  ut   RoVi
.- toke woi-e well io lbe n mn with tne
bes, ami tbe i n>   Band hi n li .1     u
00    'el    ll   light     Which    lllllele       •
.iai triumphal lours through thc pi  i
i i| al    n.'e'.    ol the city    The jolliO
I.li,eellS    -'lll'l    CX'   I'l'llle  IU      We-l-l-     te  |,t      II   ,
tbrougbo.it   the   entire   night, an i
Mime celobraion     we,,    nn tomIn
touiaei ait early au 1 .i.m.  the tollow
ing motntng,
WHAT TUK WINNERS   SAY.
Interviewed ley a ropi   icnlativi    ol
the Hail Herald, thc following gontl
men spoke i.n tht  it. ill    'if Ibt all •
tion >
Mny..'   T    Kllp.ili.ik--1     11 ll ll    ll
Ing thc comic lini     will
l| poi L of thi     I   ' "     l will be
nblo I., fulllll my al, • Hon    promlsi .
1   hnve  lee   I li. i ii 1:   iii.     up] art    nn I
it ii mi   toi  the honor thtj have paid
Will   li
th- ii vol    b .'.-  i led mo, ...  doin -
Ioi   ii.\   in- te citj   ol  Uev. i
luke.    I CCCpt   til      Inrgl    m.i
ority, M    -ii .i'i '     ""  'hei
..... ii     wi  |i to ii.l
■ im- renecs,	
i.. tncil, they ha •; A ,
t- - ,i i      ,i . ■ ' .
■  ll I       ej    .Ilil        '
iii iho '
Aliicniiau   Me | Bill    -Am   Il'l  ,
1 II
tbc
pruul
11111.le
u;.i- e
ippri
and
I'lect'iou nl Mr. T.  Kllpairiok,  i    am
I.,,:   urprlaed, lor I otodll  iho majot
Ily   III   ulll'   eill/IIlM        Willi        p.eHS. B.-lll,.
l-eellllel   COllllllllll   Bell .'.    The    llii-ll    le- .1
oi i ii in the eouucll, uru in my opinion truly reprt i ntatlvo ol all cla io
ol ihu citizens, and tbeir heavy in-
lore I.- ji tho city, and publi  n cords
rn       il  ol   their liliuii-s for  th<   , itj
■ ouncll, 1 bavo to thank my i uppoi I
ors, lor again houorlug mu witb thi li
eouildoncc, iii- -i Inters I   aud my own
lllel     Oil''     all-1      111  '     MltlllM,     "'1  lie'     I ee   -I   !      '-
Heie-l.ikil.e"      anil   I will   do   my   beat
.imi,ik iIim coming yeat,
\, ii, ii,an  .1. Uuy  Hm i.e i    Well,     I
lllll    .lit tOll     ll".I.11,     I   llllll'    I"     II    .1. Mil
ed I'l iiii- ".ie vctj mui ii, Iml I
.un ulways n ael.    i-i    ii'i   m.i   kli Is
Wlll'll     I  i    '. M     111      III     11       |   .el|||e Ul'
w i.iii wuj. I a i" .t tii ondlj wiih
tin' poll) y ol ili- "lil ' ii.in- ..     I  did
|10l      nn  le.     II-   I' ll-   I      llll ■''     III., ll,i|  lift.   I--
l  will sorvi   ih ■ eni,  iin    year u   In
iln- past, Lo tbo i.e i  oi  my   u illity,
.nnl i i- -I-.     I. ■ iiiii ra   vin. but' m-i
.a me an opportunity to do another
i.a,     woik lot Rovelstoko, op     this
I null' il,
.Meii-inmn ll. I''. MeKinnon—
very pleased wiib tbe result l
cli.   elections; l regard same a^
■ ha. the .-ilu- ts which i have
during tin past threi years ol
on buhall ol my own city, hi,-
dated; anu I innnk the 'i.'i/eiiH
iny in- ii i (ot ili.-ii loyal support; l
will continue to work lot Iho best in-
lerosls ee' i In city a t sou them, in
eellet ll   I   am   1 .', iie,in,Ily  ;-u  be ii ily   in
■ im   ,1.  mi.i   i will  support
i.ilp..tn k e.r oai) iiiIimi Mi yo   . '    i
ua  thoy adopl   the pollcj   which    ap
i e.i!:. ne m.i judgmeul as In thi  liiiot-
.t    ..   iii- in  ..I Revel toke.
Alelciinaiili.  Howson   I     hav.-      in
M-     ■ '■ I        eel    Will,I    T'.l i.       [Qt
h- it -unpin :  mi I . --, , |i I, i,       and
.llll' ll    I   Will    ■ II ICaVOf    elll,    ii.
ing year to mei It bj upon ling my el
inn.-; tm ihe best Intete ts ol tho cli
... anil - - .-, ns I mny ti u sl
;;, see things.
Uderman 0 w. Uiruhumsoi The
ni   W.ir,l  'I hie .  bavi     again
■-   ee   iti 'I    llie    tO    ll'I'IIM - lit     : In 11.     i.
- i 11;  ih -I   Inten  i    and    my
own are the same, and a.; ih- lr rupi ■.
> n .,Uie   I ll.ll   eml .i .. i    to   lit
to whal   I regard as   public  tri        I
mu i   ihiii.  my supporters and  many
lor tins honor, and will   al
■ nly tb ir intenm , and     tbe
 hu i lty al lar •■••
Alderman Frame Bourn ■   l am glad
'  the 'M.i ■ uiu.- ll rami u .1.     a-
i.i     ..ii ut  Kevol,
toke I am        ri d ol In aring about
ition   uud i hope     the
cl    'i     .1..i' all    [Uabbli      and
rn.-   Ln-' ih r  her      thl -t      ibe
I
ll Hi ...1 i aW mnl
Ed. K.lwar.i expressed tb m olve aa
m houorod
wnli pu . i n y did  not
■    .      ,
■
.:.      Ii.li
lel.'-.e..       -luik.-il    fnithiUlly    ainl We'll
ini   ilm    ■iiieeiiun.ii  (fork city,
with    their
assistance would contlnui    tbe    good
WOtk   .lieu. i-      .... ali-a-.i     aid
liOHU.
IT
BOURNE BROS.. LIMITED
First Street, Kevelstoke.  Tel,  No. 22
"Sl
Choice Groceries.   Fruit,    Vegetables
Huy. Feed and Poultry  Supplies
Heating Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskaita Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Hardware and Sporting Goods
Wu ..i good discounts off all Crockery,
'.in.    and .   ,'erware during month of January.
:,-, &_
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
First Sl, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing
'»».-■««•• at*
al Attention I'
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
In Men's Furnishing Department
Rubbers, Sox, Tweed Pants, Heavy Top Shirts,
etc.. reduced to cost. ....
John Mclntyre & Son
Kirst Street.
Telephone No. 93
..Swift's Specialties..
PREMIUM HAlViS
PREMIUM    BACON
BROOKFIELD   BUTTER
BROOKFIELD   EGGS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Ui,i nuii Bonspiel
The   '       .ii   \oruon will    iom
hm nm' Monday afternoon the imh
.list., there will I,., ou or two rinlu
ii i.m nu.-, cily leave i.ii.' to compel
. ,1.1 il'l' llel till- i.l|e.S llll,Cli tlliy llll..
Iilleil.      'I lie'     lie,I.li  ll -   ill     III   U
.-Illli    1.11    Mlilllui     thl -1   .    ell    I,    Ilill'll
Revelatoke will also send nu.  ..i  t.m
ihim. iu conipoti in Hi
Ue'    |Hi,
ll.-, 1 t.i,     .     .1.       ■!    IM.     ..
iii.ii,   nud  alii'uely   U-el   to  1,11
entered au exceedingly attractive .no
t.iiiiu umi Invitation ai loilowa:
C      -1      le       Oil)     •    -
ii ii uni   trang
.e .ii tae ii.n' u in n ipli i
i.ini-   alang.
.i i  li   iiui Souih we \
A    w .iliil  Hul.
.\ i.n   warm welcome wait
i   ye
."'
An   Hi    .e.        ii    the beat.
i ome i"' u   Irae Manitoba
■ mei   i     Ira   J.. C.
I illli-      • ■       .   .1   i..it    le'   .lull,
Alleell.e     --
ne ii ■ h.|. ihi  win ii i, laj .,   ■ i i'i
\n   . ooii   '■'' lu'
.llle'    |el 0 I ■
lllUUlllH
An' pla) in tin  i
Tho above Invite  ■
He.      ItCI
i' i'" mi;: ihoir i n • ii
h i t.i   . '.in■(■■•■I     i ii     Ub m ,1
it giving h jm.  band ome pi ii
frogrebs Cluii
The * the I
I .    Hi-I    fol    Till     ! .'.      -If       I I   '
'
.nt; ii quorum but     a
meeting I   called to
.oa. uii
■hi city ball,
.'. b-.u u lull attends
CXXK> O >O^OH>0<>0-CK><>OHD<K>0<><><><>0
| Jaiiuary Clearance Sale \
A few of the prices that are bringing
Crowds to Uur Store.
Boys' Suits, values up to 16.60
January Sale Price $1.'J5
Boys' Suits, values up to $8.60
January .Sale Price c^.'Jo
Men's Overcoats, values up i"
January E  i $10.96
Men's Sui
•Jai      i iT.'.Hi
Men I. ■"
.1..;. an • $1.90
McHae Mercantile Uo.
•
OOOOOOvOOCrOO oooooooooo-o-o-o^
uiiu ur liirijiftj
i Mire?-  mjr ihnnl
le'li'Oien »i.
i.i   me
iy   .it  tin
'
■Iimi) i^bly  look  a
»r   the  ed tilvreate  of    th.
.-ii.iii  ll  i'lohahly  ouu ol     the
■•iinHideiationti     ol ail \hts
■   ... truly,
-HI'--
band ome
■
trust
r    K-1I.1'A7H
'
■     10
, I a»
nr a
ii le>        lhe
hejol
il     about    M
ag«  io  beli'  iu  borne     lur
,;u ot att. nrtnij
■ehool,   . io rent to onu ur
o ladiee    Mn. < rath
*    Kaet.
nn M Kcuae Av.sue or First
i    lay  ..-1111%;,     •
'.- ■,   K.ndw  plea-ie return to R.  H. i de e'  the Watsou
■ Co. SATTODA^    um '.i^  i    1913
TJELE  3MLA.lI>S^RA.XJ3a  I&E^ IDJlSTQIglS
UATUHUA. - JANUAIM  18, Il'l!!-
<r
'%
V_y      K-J      mmj-Jk I I
BANKHEAD HARDi 0A1
Screened Furnace, per ton
Egg
Stove
GALT STOVE COAL
Screened Lump, I"'1' ",n
Nui 	
the Gall Nui Coal very
Wi
can recommend
your kitchen range,
S10.50
$10.30
$10.50
. $11.50
...$7.r.o
highly
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
REVELSTOKE IS
MODERN AND
awmTWwwTtwwfWiwmwwmmwwwwfmwwmtwig
■tii.
nt.-.11
teuilv
Zbc flDail-lfocvaU)    Should Be Five Weeks' Session
DA.
     vr
REVELMOKE.  a   0.
I'l'Hh'-    I
tiATI   •
anterior pubUftbtnfl liompanj?,
J uiiiuiua
,t   K    JOHNSON,  Manager.
RUTON,  !
rr—
j
■■-'-i'Ain is,
1913.
'      *      '
Tb
. - . •■
ure
didatcg      ke
ii -iii'tti
■ i   ari
re nv
. .  one   ui   th.-ir
1
In lor 1
.,. .. clean at tl
etrai
.   1
i ildering ib
■
ial four
i-i- live
■
tted 1 bat  t bn
'
.   -: -   Irom uli
;.-
Tbe
i lector
■
among tbe
.tri'"
.
ue, ibe
Mayoi
i   ■ ben jn.
lament
over   the
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term sos;
tl,.'    I'.tiz.-n-
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nl British i'"lunil.m's fourteenth par-
i il  longer ilnm five weok .     iho
-  vr program being less est onu
... tn in in several previous yearn uud
• generally nou eontenilou   in Its
i baraeter.     Kullway legislation which
hm- bi ■ n   the  feature "I  tbe  govei n
.uilu'    progressive ngendn durlug late
yiiii.-. proiIllBC tO tic -li -tliii-tly limited in volume and fhlcliy in connection null ni'i'e i-'-nry .mei satislactory
cxpan Ion ol construction poMeien al
ready decided and sealed wiih thc approval nl thc provincial electorate. It
Hill! ■ pn- .iblt thai parliament
. : i tain tion ma} l»c ouglil and gran
tui toeover the expansion ofthe ebiir
| tei   tights  nf   'Iim  Cnnii'liiiii  Northern
i .n"ii   and the I'm ilie Ui .'.ii   Eastern
i permit  aU  th.' extension   ol
I ihe lines nt these companies to thu
uorthern end ol Vancouver 1 iun.l,
ft..in the vicinity eel Alberni, und
from Kiev George eastward Into un.l
through iIm Peace River eli>lr,i-t re-
i" ctlvely.
A iint'i'ie r uf .liiiriii amendments
.ii - "■ lee ought by ibe City ol \ no
. nv, i Tb. most Important Is tlmt
providing th.it the l'nrk llemr.l mny
maintain boulevard* .in.l grass plots
im a (rontag tax. Another proposed
am dim ni provl les thai thi city
in ii proi ihi-. ii .ir.' un I regulate the
• i ■ ion of lent en Un corporation
i.niM with ihi powers of tbe building
Inspector malting li possible lor him
in give evrtnin permit) fur conetruc
i i.n nm specifically dealt with in th
en ui i: 1.1 toke mis ineorpoi-
I soil. Its growth bus I'liii
■ mil eon- itil.eiii. The iii-i.inseil
valuation lor 1912 wa $ I,'850,000. Tbe
revenue Irom ul llll y Iran blsos property uud trade Iuxch Is approximate
ly $130,0110. por minimi. Tbo city owns
ii .'iin olectrlc ligbl nud wuter oyn-
leiiiH, representing nn investment i.l
sonic $200,000. Rovelstoko posseasos
Bome IS null', eei ,,1,'Wiiiu-, I, good
portion tieinc modem cement, These
streeti  bovu ooet over $100,000.
A  sewerage sy torn I'u.-etiDg $110,000
ii- now in operation
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io ih' .il. t  thai Hi" city may entci
i" »ote 1"'    oi  blocks nud    re-
*!"•-.  brush miel debris,    burr
ast to tbe owoir .ei ownei .
'I he fil ■•  "i Vancouver nli-e. ... k     a
chattel   .iiuii.In-i-.' giving 11  powei to
' ,i flrcmi n'a bei fit fu
■nn.line f nitiii' i.f     publ •■
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Ui aim nd tin' Ucvi'iiui   v-   abol
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ti   provide f.-r .-, ,n- -.
distribution ol  'he
taxat >n. in accordance  * -t
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ii tl      -   ■■ i  ■   conduct -'  b)     'hu'
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Chore are two
large public school*, erectod ut a cost
i.i .V'lii.min miel the- annual coat ol education to tbe city, excluding 'h.. gov
eminent grunt, in -vll;.;.<*" per year.
The average school attondanvo le 660,
mnl tin-- in Increasing with nucta rapidity thai ii uew cbool wlll shortly
bo uoeded, Next spring tb'- oxletlsg
iiiiii school will he replaced i.y a now
$50,   building.
'I'lie (In prolOctloU H.v liill consists
ii' throe brigade*, two voluntary iwn
hn' hull equipments mnl ii tliiiiiewi-ll
ill.iiiii nysi.-in costing $13,(100. Tin'
police force is well manned und IukIi-
li etlielent, consisting ol a chief and
ium olflcers, wltb a cily jail, und an
Isolated bospltul 'or null mid dostl-
lute raHvs.
Kevelstoke i siiu.it".! an u natural
railway base and trade centre. Tho
lumber mills here uud directly tributary to the city innl ih. Canadian
I ueille rullrvay has a payroll centring
in tho nu ol $141,000 per month, the
engineering and mechanical siaflu ol
ib.- big road employed on the Moun •
iuui division working out ol Itevel -
stoke being ranked un <hn ti\f\n nt
i m.i mnl mosl intelllgeni body of
i.e iluy men in America, un.l thai
means In tbe ue.rld.
The  mtry  Immediately surrouud-
-.ni: Revelstoke Is teeming with timh-
. i miel mineral wealth, ullordlng groal
rope f'ei development, The largo rail
ivi iy companies hav" recognized this
u- a Rtragntlc 'itiire, uud ure- all 8Ur-
ieying lines leading into Revelstoke.
win. h '.iih milk.' -he' city thr u;reutopt
railway Centre In the interior of Hrit-
i<h Columbia.
Revelatoke is at present th.' bead-
.iii.iitnr- uf the Mountain aud S.-lni-
-ivup diviidon of the Canadian Pacific
railway, which muiutatus here largo
i-.-ik he|e tn handle ihe repair wnrk
,e( the division. The same railway
company i- now hum nurv.-ytn; aline
nu Arrowhead, which would connect
Kevelstoke wi'h ttie Crown NV-' 1'as-i
lm. t.e Cranbrook and McLeod, and
,, ,-. .I... i.i surveyor! have recently In
.-itr i the Big M"uel ■•( th" Colum
i ,1, from Revel toke a ..n alternative
lo .le'ii!'1.   trui-kiair  lh.' exUtlng
■     Calgary to Vancouv. r.   In ., Id
■' tbis, ai    ipplical I >n
ihe Di mlnlon parliamenl   il    i ittawa
■ .   .        n tor 1912, (     the grant
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ratlwny lieli would bu thrown openiu Jj^Z
l locks ol ti ainl 80 uores, to   home'
Blender   nud pre-emptora, nud eNtim
u. 'ii Mmi under thu proposed arrange
iniiils over 100,000 aCMN ol tho finest
agricultural lands in the intorlor   ol
British Columbiu would be available
to thu bona u.i" ugrioulturi it,
The government in propnrlng to
deal with th' rn ' lum! business short
ly eoming to ibis centre hy building a
uew govorumoni coun bonne mid lnnd
ollico, al a cost fl $l'50,000nud which
in under contract to bo completed in
duly i'ii;!, i large part ol tho work
being already Unshod. The Quoon
Vii ti.iriu hosplial ''( 'lin1 city i also
i rei ling a now «Ing lo their enstitu
tn.ti ui mi expense ul $60,000; over ,iil
uew house were completed or com
.n.'Tir.'ii lor conetruciion during 1912.
The population ul Revelstoko today in
4,000 mi.I tin' iiiwti boasts for its Blzu
•ll"    hell     mill     lllee;"     | ,U„i |||'1'01W    hOUlOS,
ilin large i Bchool population iu lho
progressive province of Uritish Colum
bin.
I'hi' slogan ol Uiv ' lty is "Revel •
sloko tie' Capital ol Canada's Alps."
it is justified by tbe announcement ol
the Canadian Pacific railway of build
inn bore In 1913 anew tourisl hotel
io cosl $200,000 und lho erection of j
the only scenic Alpine auto road on
fintineii! i.f America, running to'
JAN
ARY  CLEARANCE SALE
Metis Negligee Shuts.
Odil lines to clear, in u
large range nf patterns.
Sizes 15to 17', but not
in all patterns. Reg.
$1.25 to $1-75 	
JANUARY SALE PRICE, 75c.
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Shoes! Shoes! 75 Pair of
Mou's ('.r.iin Muellers in inn
mul bluck, pegged. These
sell ri'Kuluilv nt  S2.SU ....
Men's Heavy Shirts.
In Union Flannel, Grey,
a few Hlues, all at an
exceptional BARGAIN.
Regular Price, 11.25 to
$1.50	
JANUARY SALE PRICE, 90c
Men's Extra Quality Klas
tie Ribbed Shirts and
Drawers' Good, heavy
garment, and one that
will ('ive satisfaction.
Regular $2.50 per Suit.
J ANU I  YSAL   PRICE, $1.75
Men's Elastic Ribbed
Shirts and Drawers.
Reg. $1.00 per garment
SALE PRICE $1.75 Por Pr. I JANUARY SALE PRICE, 50c.
Men's   Wool  Mackinaw
, Coats,  black or Khaki,
leather bound pockets.
JAN'Y. SALE PRICE, $4.50
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HOWSON
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MACKENZIE
AVENUE
^u^'uai^.iAi^auH^-^imtuu/uiU^u^i^a.iu^^^iiHiiiiC
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tin'    iiiiiiiii'   of  Muuhi   Kevelstoke, sij
thousand    feet,    high, with o i-ix por
.■■•nt. grade, providing u tourist    attraction unique nnd    uneurpue ed.
Sel-oii  Dally  News Bpecial  Bdltlon
Ihe die Lumber Company, Ltd.
Dealers  in
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Cement,
Plaster, Tar and Building Paper
AI Doors and Mouldings.
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U)g devlopmen'
Th» Dominion
I'iiiik allow the l>i nn   '■ Bdtl
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lu  tbi*  >'in   1918  I bl
,-, mormon   devtlopnx nl ol lb
dltural indu tiy in the Revelatoke die
iii. i art  lOTOi On arece ■ •  rl n  Mr
i   Dominion Inn I
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VtU tbu (tut.uwut   lb»'  ihgrtiv »U
Mary ana Her Lamb
Ausi'eii- lo iiricertuin beyond iiuu-
li.en whether there wub every a Mury,
who luiel u little lamb, un the widely
Known mir-ii-y poem recites, Mrs. 1.
W. Owens ni Pueblo, t olo., travelled
to MaBnachueetis—u distance ut more
thun LOOO tnile-i—to muke u thorough
investigation. |
i^ln Iiuh done it. She' lum lound
that there was a real "Mary" and
Unit nhe" hud u mil lamb. The Imiiii
wi-nt to School, 100, line day, us the'
lamoua verses u--ert. The young poet
John KouWtone, who immortalised
Mary and the lanih, tuuk suiii'i poetic
liberties with the tact , Mrs. Owen
lound, but the poem i.-. correct In ihe
malu jeoint-.
The "Mary" oi ihe poem waa Mary
ctawyer, aud latel Mary Bawyer Tay -
lor,  Shi    Ivcd a1   Bterling,  Muss, nn.l
«he.|i she wuh e-i^-hi years     old,     l>8
years ago, Bhe owned tbe Iamb-
Mary's liimie wns a !'•'   Bbe kepi it
:i eee ni •■ and clean a ,,!      ometlmes
tied i, ribbon about ii   neck, i Ine daj
she loos ib-.' lame to   cbool,     When
-ie' wenl  '■■ the platl    n to    n   '•
■   ; hm i ■   iti ered u""r n<i        Tuit
made u laituli
n.i-v nii   look    '! ■  lamb
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MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
E. Mcllmoyh, Agent
NOTICE
1 have opened up a Restaurant in Lower Town
and will serve all Chinese dishes, such as chop
Suey, Noodles, etc.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
KEE MOON
First Hoe.r Weil,  Next to l'ire Hull
TELEPHONE    387
Phone 254.
Third Street. West
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mn lie wall, und at 'he sUffpiwtloh ol
N.i- the lamb «;ih Inougbt intu ihu
Btboolhouse miel h.el in one ol tho
ileskB, bul it mis discovered by lhe
'iie nn un.l the miully Utile aul.tutl
mi   removed by Mury."
Superintendents' Convention
Vancouver, Jan. IC  Tbe annual con
1 uiii ion ol rond superintendent   in the
service ol ibe Provincial Government
will lee- held in Vancouver on Peb, n
j und 12 when an adjournment Kill be
mul-   io Victoria Ioi  sessions on tbe
■ ing in., . Beventy or eighty
,  cled to bo ui ,it'ei>.
,
. -    u    u   Foster, deputy minister
i.   ...nl.i-. .in.I  Mr. O, 1'. Nu..ni.    i-n
■   '!, . ■   in nt.     uli'
i.   tel   I . ii " ■ -ii     " ii ■.        tOI
lUrpoi -ii,' in inngemi am
I,   con ■ ii Ion.     Thoy held a con
-■ ning   mth
Blackman, city   engine-
e;     •;  '. am eeiv.i  ii n.l New Vie ttmin
bU'I     reipectlvelyl  Tho hearty co-op
ol both   Ivic officials wus bs
ions here thoro
•   i mon 't.it ■ hm ol road madid road-making machinery,
U A. f
HAHVK1,  McUAHTlCH
AND PINKHAM,
Uarriiters,   HoHeiturs,  F.tc.
Imperial  Hank  Huildlng  Kevelstoke, B. O.
Money to l.oai.
Offices—Revelstoks,    B.   O.,    aad
Cranbrook, B. O.
U*0. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. llatvey
Revelstoke, Cranhronk
Lumbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
helore buying yonr onl-
fit of working clothes
(or the bush. I make a
specially ol Logging
Shoes, Puni!., Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
reouirril ilt vour hnsinesii.
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MOOSE No. iosr.
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Meets     every   tirst nud  third Tuesday    iu  Oddtc.lows    Hall.      Visiting
brethern cordially invited to attend,
ti. R. Lawrence,   Dictator.
BJ,  Kdwarda, Secrotary.
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.O.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313, R.velaloko
ROBE1RT SMITH.
Provincial  Land   Huveyor,
Mining  Survsynr,
Englneerlat
mckknzie ave..
ikix   i0«.   revelstoke
To All Our Customers
and Consumers of
G. B.
Chocolates
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aud A.  M.
.'.-  uir     meetings are held in MAS
UNIC TBMPLB,     Oddlellows'     HaU
.o the Tbird Monduy in eaeb montb
it  I [i.  m.     Visiting hrethren      ars
• If wslcome.
■   HAMILTON, w. It,
BROOKER, Becretary.
w. O. w.
.l-M.ntaiii view   lamp, No. nt
ami      Koiirth  Wnelnsa
•       .  eaeh   month   in    onlluik
.       \ lilting Woodman art
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BBOBU,
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Meats in I. O. O.  t. Hall i.ui    to
Tappln» • Optra   HoUN  nrry aaii.ii'l
b,  visit
at i,rrii.-»i, cordially welcomed,
II ll
*M    H    OAMBRON,   H.r     a
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in. verso,
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IBLKJRX     LODOB u, I, o. 0, 1
Mfau ti.i,    Thursday ifMlng   in
Islklrl   lla     at   n    .i   ,'l       Visiting
<■ ..a,  eoidially  loviisil
JOHN LYON     N   '..
jah.   '.nun,
P
.'ii.l)  HANUK  UllitiK,       K.  of
NO.   II,   HEVKLHTUKK,   II    r
Maats  t.r.f,   Wfitnulsy  aicapt    thi
i Mini  WadnMday  ol •»' h  month      In
iHftllnw.   Hall at I o'clock    vi.lt
■|   Koijk'a  arr  . ordlallf   Invited
K    W.   1'BKRY,  0,  C.
(I   II.  BROOK,  K.  ol R.  » rl
m. oi r.
W.   PARR\
Huis .nnl sell-i everything. (New
uul Second-hand.)
llouM'iiohl sales a spelalty.
Conducted nnywhere.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Auctioneer and Valuer
Fruit   Lan
FOR SALE
Galena Hay lands ln pBrceln ol
|ti or 20 arreh or cn bloc. Currfw-
,  ii Ii i.i e Invited,
John Shaw. Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
W A STED
WANTBD—B)  an -jr-ei.eneed colored
women,     smi loynunt     as i-ook  or
cbambertnald    Mi    C, B. Murphy,
'i bona 199, nty.
WANTBD   '-'irainK, upply to M:h. M
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THE ^AI^jaiK.R^r.Jb,  BliV^LSTOKH
ition of the
BAttlftDAY, dANI'AHY IS. »ij
City of Revelstoke
Cash Statemenl  foi   Year Ended December 31st, 1912
i       eipts
Payments
.Ulii'     UH      111,      I    I     -IlllH' ' ii!
l:.;il    Properly     Tn    rn
Kl'lll    liie|.-iil     'In'.     -\i' '	
Lot in   imi iiieiiiiiii    Tax,   '        	
! oi ill    lllipi'i llilil 111     I'll! Ill      	
'Ill'       1  'ii."      let:
i'lll        , ||l ' iikms    .,   	
I.iiiiu.r      i.i.'.uses 	
Him.i Tin     	
   Tax  	
Publio  Hufi in,
PollCC      l ' ii '     ii'-  	
Weighing Ke'e	
Pound   e'li'M 	
Cemetery    Heccl| I    	
Plumbing Permits   	
Sllll.ll'icS
lunil' '    i.i    Ai reut'fi of '1'nxen 	
IMiii'ds  	
Hems '	
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Im  I'JS.'JU
I.'  e^.'.ll
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2,tl UU
	
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I-.,- rtioll     Iiii'' n '•
i'i. t "• md Telegramtt
I'liii'iiii' and Stationery
i unci   i   i' "-MM
i iie','   - llllll ic	
ill III 	
Interest   Paid
l-ii.'l, City Hull   	
limit.a- .iii.l  Hilpplios  .
I. i'ui   l''\| if 	
'.   i ■ ||   ' in.ii       Bonds  	
tSSI   '-iii'ill	
Hi     irutlon "i  Bylaws ,
I'.'l Ui'l       l'l'ke','|l       	
1 Mit--   Furniture    	
Mayor s   indi mnlty
TM   Sj|C  (',,-t     	
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*    1,788.20
..* SUCH
40,00
76,00
from Mi Isiu.s Hunk ...
Less Repaid 	
Temporary  Loan
$    l.nll M
....120,000.00
  16,000.00
Schools
iiriiititiicnl  Orsnt	
Wut'i' and Light Surplus
Excess ol It.-..-ii>ts ..vmi' Payment S 9,220.83
He'piuiit Account      77'2.55
Proceed   of Delicnturea
Debenluro    X,     $10.1*00.00 	
Othor Receipts
Loan  fm   McKenzie  Ave,  W'*'   Hyluw...? 2,500.00
I.nun for sewers      10,000.00
Loan for Cement Bidewalics,  hyluw   11,49s. 13
Interest   on   Sinking     Funds    •   l.f.SO.dl
Savings   Hunk.   Sinkini;  Kund     Itl.iloO.Oli
Tm     Bale   Burplus       2..-1.71
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S li
non
288
,!>92,
non.
Balaam uh ut Hist December ")l'l
Molsons   Hunk   Overdraft   t 1,588.78
Lcsb t'n-h on  bund       'HIT.57
   * 36,918.15
\   1,291.21
Public Safotj
Health 	
I'lumblng insr'ctor 	
police  Balnrle   	
Police  Siifttnl  	
I'e.li'v.   General   Kipa-nees  .
I'.elicc Clothing 	
Bpecial      Police  	
Prinscners 'iuurd	
Prisoners Health 	
Pdsoni r.- Clothing	
Magistrate'* Salary 	
.luil Maintenance	
Jnll  furniture 	
firemen Payments	
fuel, Police Btatlon 	
firemen's clothing 	
fire Brigade Equipment ,..
firemen   BJxptnpcf  	
fire    Hull    Upkeep  	
firenji n Insurance 	
fire  Hull  C'uretaker  	
fuel, Flee Hull No. 1 	
fire Alarm 	
fuel, Kire Hall No. 2 	
IuiiuestB  	
re.ne-tery    Repairs 	
Cemetery     Caretaker 	
Insurance 	
Hepairs to Buildings 	
Sewer  Cuoni-ctions   	
flushing Sewers 	
Public Cbunty
Sick and l>c.-'!tute 	
IioDutiooa and Knurtaining
Publicity Acrisunt  	
1     11.1. t'..
. 58.41
11,0.25
'   Hi,.41
l,7ol'.W
460.00
310,97
L18.V8
448,86
881.00
l.ifni
■.un.'i.i
7,80
10.70
lt'-i.il
uCO.OO
177.1..
    J   7,081,01
f    988.85
mo.nu
0,891.94
121.34
1,142.20
200.80
18.60
240.00
10. t"
2,66
900.00
906.66
143-.02
894.76
108.U
18.10
140.81
79.86
34.22
liOO.OO
300.10
54.30
13.70
206.33
20.00
49.45
180.00
4KO.0O
m.*7
123.40
81.00
■« 15,884.45
..»    788.SO
.   1,434.70
.V.t.lll
Public Convenience
.Streets and Sidewalks Construction
City foreman's Salary 	
Stroet Maint<'Dun<v and Repairs 	
Tcun Bter'o     Wages 	
Team Expenses, Etc	
Hock Crusher expense  _	
Snow  Servicii 	
Pound Keeper and pound 	
Sewer Hpus 	
Tools   „	
Parks 	
Side'wulk Construction 	
Sidewalk  Kaepair-' 	
Cutting  Vieeiis 	
Street Lighting  i ...
Btreet   Signs  	
Street  Lighting,
Street  Sprinkling 	
I uhiic Education
School Tru tees,  Salaries 	
School Trustee . General 	
School  Trustee?,   High   S hool   Slti
■ i •■ ul  Rab   Accounts
Interest   Generul     Debeniures
[nterisl    I.e-i.il     Improvement
M'TK   «i 1425 in- paid   by Wat*
Depart ment'
fl ivlngs  Hank  Sinking Kurd .
NOTE   (0480.(6,  paid  by  Wate
Defortmi nt,
ll  '•■ntuie    '/.    ,i mii , .-il
—   8   3.772.60
New  System
 »    339.70
....    1,600.00
....    1..." ,,,
....   1,020.00
....      437.45
....      M5.M
....      313.93
43.50
434.03
30.50
85.3'J
...      151.02
15C.53
4S1.00
...       601.42
28.95
194.70
o.OO
    8   /.177.SU
...J1\7'>4X,
8.C57.16
...      ..lO.nn
     i 88,101 50
' fi  Light
•,616.0J
i,878.68
*  l.iirht
8,778.44
it  I Iui,'     ' li '■- i.iii'.'  \  ' ....
os ell  FH     i - i' in    liai "	
'enrde   ' vi     R.,  ''- n 11"   W.ilk
w     i , rnont  (Valk
•   -       -.;. - 	
i Ipe  !   ■       iM lenturc / i
im 1912   	
A     tO     t'OWei ll'ell    ■
Jail . 	
i.e Municipal  1 I
Pale Purchase	
10,000 i'"
s B.861 ll
• m.   ■
746 60
■ ,..., ,.
11,11-1. III!
7,659 ll
2,898.70
nn.m
38 '• -
I SO.On
3.-..17
20.011
1.30
NAVAL DEBATE
CON
h
in i
in
qui   tn
1124,160.
accuracy aa to the ,
"   a s ',   .   phis .'.
ii ly upon p.   at
■-iin  ia
* 86.980.1c
♦124.ltO.ca
Liabilities
lleliciniui'H Issued
loilrl   ll 	
Genornl Ini  Wut.-i  -md Light
Water und     Light  	
Local   Improvement  	
r.y4ssets
Advance MoKnnsle av., (fl.. Dob. not Ihb.I 2,700,00
A.liui.i'" M Kcuzie Av.,W., Ul.. nol l«8, 2,500.00
Advi e t'eineiii WulkH, Deb. not Issued   11,498.18
i.ti.  u........   ..-■
v   ets Available
flS8,S0O.O0 Arrears ol    I'axes,     General ,,8 81,659.80
lii.iioo.oo Vrreari ol Tuxes, Local Improvement...   11,908.94
127,000.00 i l'u-h    on     linnu         237a47
117,674,28 I Sunory uebtcra   58.J0
—   W74.374.2S
\-H ii in'.'  S.-wer .  H di.  not   Isauod  ..
Sundry Creditors.
Opou ncmint for Biippllt'i on bated
Tax Sule SuipliiH 	
Coupon   nol presented	
Molsons  Hunk overdralt  ru	
Molson* Hunk Temporary loan 	
Dopo It H'-coiiut (Wuter and Light i
Assets noi Available.'—Administrative
tity i i.iii   nnd    furniture ..
10,000.00 Public s.ifei .
. . . . ■   I 20,098.13  fire Hail   	
lull	
\   4,839,32 I firo Qrlgadi  tiqulpment	
397,17 | fire Alarm System	
i.iiki.ou I oiation Hoapltal 	
1,528 "| j Other Propertlei	
5,000.00 I
772,55 Public Couvenienee.
4 13,038,48   btreets     and     Sldealko 	
I'urKH 	
P.oad Machinery and Equipment
Se wen   	
■ ■( I., 1^4.74
... 6,850.00
...» 7,.-.On.0<|
,.. 4,300.00
.. a.too.oo
,.C 90O.0U
.. 8,385,47
» 33,75*.91
I    6.1M.7I
8 .'4.9HC.47
Surplus   Ac. oiint-Ueing exiv-H  ,,!   As ,.t ,
ovei Liabilities, thus-
Sinking Fund Accounts      Sli3 208 89
Sinking  Fund   [or   1912    '     14 505 M
Uenerol  Account  .'    dgWIb v.,,,,,, Ughl and Power
      I'.'".' .,,..,- ,, l"1"'"1 KiP'-nditure 	
  ''^S":'      ""'^      ""'"•■    and  ritoc,  .
-.171,1il»0 .CO
'.,200.011
11,500.1X1
110,718.S3
-»337,S57.fr!
..    10,631.68
Public Education.
i Sch.aol  Hu...-,  llldgs..  Kurnrture ..
I    Sinking fund Investments.
H.ivuig.-e   I'ank   	
i City  Defarntuni,  Purchas>-d  	
I
I 44,039.89
..   19,168.80
Total
J7iV.M95.93!        Totul
Audited and found correct,
8JIW,978..V!
*34S,4vi.i
4 81,650.0-1
$ Ui,308.69
J70i.195.93
needle u c oth i W" T' STEIN * °°*F' C A- Ci» A^^-
ii. mnl,  is.  o,  wn  January,   pii;i.
Wninr Cffi, Light Dept. Proht A Loss Accounl
Water  Ituics  	
l-HiUl     llUtelte      	
I   OWer     ivoi.'r     	
Mot. i     Hunts   	
lapping .wuiu?  '... "
inntuliatlou una eix,ur„;,
lu,320,25
•'l.'lll.iO...
'.II1..0
—-—   J K.446.1I
1,146.75
13	
2b0.b'J
 J    1,480.94
Printing tj U'I Stationery 	
uiiec. ii. a: .tl.,  lower iIoubc. 	
salaried	
.i.ii - ttepaii'S uii'! .tiuiutcuuncu 	
C...-C. i.. .vi .ti. i/lty	
I'ile-I   llel   l.llb   Pluut   	
i osia&e uud 'leiegratuH 	
olatuig heuc 	
fui.i .or power House 	
vi. a L.. Discount  	
look-, nil  	
i tearing Log Jams	
insurance	
ijegai  expenses   ..
i - ni. . rower riou^e 	
P.|.     "i (iimug 	
SuiKinK runj ou Debs. J.i'.V. uud
>inkini; Fund on Debs. H. 1. and
ttiteiest ..en lielitntiiiw J.l'.V, and
jiii.iiM    on    Dehe.   H.   i. aod  I.
302,48
1,'lflM
i ,834.00
SoU.oU
63a.l«
•i.j.m
i:i|....,
J l.UO
33.1.80
D.iiis.Dl
84.69
t34,8o
1,003.03
IS.Oo
4,.;io
1S.IMJ
1,779.12
4,701.o4
b,8eO.00
s,.i.o.oo
? iKj,8fr7.y-j
^Statement, .School Expenditure for YearJ1912
3TATEMBNT SCHOOL EXPBNDITUKB8 VOR YEAR 191-2.
Iti-m Public Schoal High debixtl
DltTer
•uecirf Assets Jun. I, 1912
Do
5,056.98
2,048.84
3,880.88
8 43,771.98
8 10,096.17
889.48
$ 10,324.1,5
Teachers 	
■I.'tlllOIS
Bi-cretary ....
Supplies   .. „
Kel-I    	
Kepalrs  	
Uiottids 	
Printing 	
Med! ul 	
ll- iell'lltal    ..  .
--H3.1+5.00
...  2,024.;i:.
162.00
... 1,054.16
-.    1,353.57
718.85
199.3*
lii'.l.'J
100.00
97.34
$3,276.00
12n.(w
1 -».aa. I
36.36
106.91
7.90
6.S5
Lighl   Plant  	
ti •"    Plant 	
burplus l'ml to Uoneral Fund   ^^^^^
 —   * 10,384.66
.MiC.Mij.—The Haler uiul Light Department hu.-i also un asset
i/ fl'lCi. io lie received from the IJ.t'. (ioiernnient (or insial-
luiiiii. etc., ou theTralflc bridge ii'Tois the t oiiiinhi.i river.
li. udditii n to the above pi'olit   tbe City has supplied free
lelC.,   ,'|S  fijlluWS'
......$7,402.1-1
H.I..43
2,047.80
89,009.76
Sn<!  lms also    uppiied free ol cusu tho water (.jr btreet
.in-i tiiv purposes.
Kevelstoke   H   C, nth January,  1918, audited and luund
correct, W. T. aiam & Co., K.C.A., City Auditers.
?"'"'\ HS.8il.4d 13,670.02
T. KILPATRICK, Chairn.an.
I-  W. BRADSHAW,  se. rotary.
•I cipen-;? !<jr 1912 was|84,000.00
 ll\8St.4S
    3,570.02
H.'bool Truetoe.1
Putllc School
High   .School ...
'-'in re
., ...,..- |.i i >ui   r ii'
ni chki Municipal and HtreetLlgiting,
sii'.'i'i     LfghUng 	
lit-     Miirini.   	
Other Municipal  Purposes ..
MKMO,  - J22.451.50
Amoint     us     above   tn> .,,
Leas received r.om B.t . Ooverni^'t*''.'...':.':;;::: ZZ.   6^M
Amoum   expended   for    .Schools   1912  814.168.20
In addition to the above the sum ol (660.00 was ..Jvanwd
on acceunt cf purcha., „, Hlgll B UnA s ,(, l   ™ Bdvaiwod
I
Ott iwa    Jan.   13.    Vlli     .,   ■  • ■
nearly  s  mont b,  pal iai on
bles ut :'• n.i"   ie.:M,.ii. ■    'l'li
1 ii! rs thi   prim pn   .' '■- ol tin      iv
ernmeni'   slai ■, «III again huvi
cvdence over all otbei  huniness      und
Huch iliitlirie'. iiim had the lasl word
on tho question before Christina    rill
have the floor again tomorrow.    Mr.
Outline is likely te. he followed  by n
member of ih" treasury bench,    probably  Hon.  W   X.  White,  W.S.  .".lidille-
boro, one of the most eloquent    and
lorcible debaters    nn 'he government
bid.., may also he heard on Tuesday,
while Hon.  William  Pugsley,       Hon.
Rodolph.'  Lemieux and   K.   M.    Mac
donnlil are expected to b'1 put up by
the opposition  during the week.      li
is undersloe.d Ihut after a reasonuhle
jierlod ot dlsOUSsion  the     government
will not put up man for man, as ills
uniiotis  to  put   III'' measure  through,
so as to make way for other important and urgent, matters awaiting consideration.     These Include the    Went
IikUcs trade agreement, the Bank Act,
iln- federal ni4 te. highway   bill, the
rcvisiotf of  the  Uailway  acl.   turttiai
«ld to agriculture through co-opera-
Hon with ibe     provinoos leini     other
nnaiiers  eel almost '''innl  importance.
The hud^e'i speech "tli not bo delivered until February     ■•■' ehangos ol
un imporinnt nature nr ntty irparturo
from Ihe well defined tarill policy >•(
UM gorerninenl  sn1 anticipated.
it is ^pijiossli'lv if j liod iritl
■ .-
S   ,:,  I   ,1    III'V   ele'    ,
Bclve    with   merely  ■ ■ -n .
against  the princi]
men ure throwing   tip, n ihu go<
menl  nil t'e--p,,r, .',1  ".  foi   I  then is
no re 1 mi (or     su|epe- ing
will he an unusually long one.
The debate ..n the Naval i-«ur
resumed   at Ottuwa, yesterday, !■■.
day:
Mi. w.s. Mlddloboro, (NorthCrey),
who fallowed Mr Quihrle, im»l tha-
while- it was to be regretted 'h.it both
parties iijj noi s.^ eyi to eye in vii*
ol the tremendous un'l salutary ner
ul cfleet -neb an agreement would
produce In Europe, nevertheless, ihe
moat gratifying nod outstanding feature of tho whe.ie debate wn.- tbat
whatever differences there might be
11- to its application, all were united
uuel agreed 'but u-um of $86,000,000
should nun  !■■■ granted for naval de
dlilCi'.
Tbt- being the one point up.jn which
the p.irtiea were agreed, he had made
im analysis ot lhe speeches delivered
by members ■■! lhe opposite-n in e'rihr
i.ii. een the num diffureai'ea and lie
had found that argument bid bten dire.-ted in 'howlng us true iho I ' '-I
nu: propositions whi -b the government denied:
1.   Thc denial of an
need  ol  iniim«liiiti   an.!
That   lhe    (train     ^^^^^^_
na-. hul   the hoiainmniT of a pei
contribution plsn
emergency   or
■■fleet   f\    :,    '
"f 138,000,000
3,   Thnt thiB jilt   ftijapga.ri.-j    ^,
■ •' autoUOm)  und free con-
MUM'l.
I.    Th ll  the .'iein.ir.il''      mei mi.-,n -
.1,, • inergency.
Phot 1 ,iu.i iii   .in best contribute
lei     0 oi Iti ell and  lha
■ y tbc   onstrucilon ol .1 »ep*
. rate   md indeprndcni navy along tbe
■ 'i.e   .10: "I 1910
;-       • [ua Mon ol    an
emergency Mr. Mlddleboro quoi.Tl thc
|r.-,,n:i'e i,f 'he German Naval Act
.' 1910 setting u.side one billion dol-
•tart :i naval programme,
timiii- thu1 "Germany must possess
11 battle (!■•<* of sutti eueugth thut ev
,11 for ibe- mon powerful niivni ul
vei  iry 0 war would Involve      such
risk     1-to  make'   (bat   power's      owu
aiipremacy doubtful.
i'i'.   't'eri    be   dOUbt,"   U.e  uNk'd  "oi
tie iiltimaie object of tbat policy,
und when you lind thut ihey bave appropriated more thun five, hundred
million dollars mure for the purpose
of '.nrrc.i»ine and strengthening ihat.
r.avy, or., l- Irresistibly forced to the
conclusion thai it is uot for defensive
[urposcs only''''
Th- I.il.eral government in t'uuuda
utterly Ignored tbe crisl. that had
arl-en In 191u, and brought down in-
utead ih'.r Nuvul Service A> t as tbe
permanent policy of Cuuudu. It wa.
ihcn ihir ihe Conservative opposition
moved in umenJtn'm that Canada
should grunt iweu'yOve. million dollar-: 10 tbe I'tiildihg Ol two Preod-
n.'urli't" for Britulu
"TbHt  *'iu the pyscholeegieal     mo-
meui," said Mr. MMdleboro.   " Had
mt ili"    Dreadnougbti n might
har.' cheeked tbe intcretrt and the mur
al aflfst irwltj titti'i-' '.i-i piuch jrtat-
er than the nmterial. The poliey ivliili
the govornment of tbut day adopted i.
now, uft'i three years, ut absolutely
no :i latoncc to lbe Motherlaul labor
present risis. Tho German uaval bill
of 1912 constitute uch un emergency
as lo jus'ifi the pre- eat prunt of Hires
liren.lnmigbts."
Mr Mlddloboro discussed the constitutional aspect at eome leug'b.
Who. he uckod. hud ever beard ul a
free and untramraelwl gift in any wuy
affecting Canadian autonomy oi tbu
constitutional relationship, excupt to
preserve thc Umpire.' Tbe.-o had at
uo period been a ■demand trum Britain
a te, whut action the Colondw would
tuke. jet Ibero was uu evident d'Hirc
on the part of the opposition to muk>-
It appear that the government was
pioposlng someihiug in tbu nature of
atiix, the hoginning ol u permanent
involuntary contrihuiion. in thi ibvro]
mere wu- absolutely no truth.
Mipei'lil Utitiitc MctlliiM
L'.iitUu.N', juu. m—xwpio«eniauves
oi the imperial 'en,- ■' e, austra-
lell.       I   UllilllH UUU    ftbW    /UUlUUIl    l.lll
.ieei ni vuuvou>i'i', iiionuniy iu suty,
,11 councilou Hitu LUpOl'JOJ UttVal UO-
line.'.', Buyn ih': eyuuey cornMvouueUi
ol the "Mull' nc auiis ium. tuu
eitcu.iu "ill Include: l/bcu^siuu ou tu
ueccsflity ol vo-operation nei,w.-eu
Austranu uud >«»' Aeaiaau lot iuu
protection ui tomtuou iui,ei«sie;   tuj
uniiluuility 01 loiut action iRiiwci-u
' aiKiiu Australia suit CieW lavumuu
icgar<iiug ine raciuu, aim tne leiui.iou
ui lOiua  uuu..     10 lue iuiyijui tiaV|
>u ihi Uuv wi i'lV'-t.' uud wur.
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artment
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY       j
M.
OF    I i WEI T    SHOES
"•■ hip and wear
if every pair;
i ' ■ elts that's sold
, de, and hold the old
"WIMT'E PE  YPzM
Patron youi n color !■: i :i" y°"r 'sllin"'
to the WEST   KOOTENAI ■ V.UNDRY.   Gel
yonr bhml ets in early to avoid Lhe
bachelors, trj our collars.
We have just installed a new machine svhich is
bound io pit
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Phone 80 KARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
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Session nana a Lejjis.uiiire
Record
i i' ,'
e-ca..*-, aa-iaaae "i-eiaaja.-eUM .MIW
(T> KJe)    A   J,Vi   j dT
l.-'H| ' Jm A\A ji^-lk
INOORPORATBD    ;
Prog   ". .a  Five Yean    L906-191]
phi
Capital       .....       if 8,000,000      * 4,00»,000
iv:. im' y.i oo.oi"       i.coo ooo
Deposits      -      - - i'i... 0       .'.•'.". ..■.'< I
Loai i and Investments        -      '■ i l'">7,U'J0       38,854,801
Total Abe 33,090,192       48,231    14
Has SU Branohri. ui Illinium. . nil Ap.rntu ii.il toiii'i.pcndiniB iii lell
lho Prlnoipai Cities in  iio world.
a  ll'le     '.        • '       • M e
SAVINGS  BANK  Dl PARTM.ENT AT ALL RHANCHES
in.i •       allow) "  il high sl ourront rate
,i,  W   H   PRATT,  M -in- ■>.   r
CANADA'S     .JEST
I     HI        .'Cll.-ll   ill   'I'.l.il'.     IJlllllity,       I'l'l'
1'iiii'eii  of   Scale,   I'.' iiii,   Finish
ami I lui.iiiilit i,
I  ilill fill I 1    l ill      ll ll ll        lltlll'l'        IllSl I'll-
Ill   '11   .1      Illlj       I  Ml I el     lill],I,.      ,    ,
ihe quality Hi il miilies llie NHW
CUMBK illstiiicilve nml  pre-oinl-
iiiiii.
Never stilTers Iiy i pin Isiui,
Lei ic show   ye-ii  .in   exclusive
nol In ol of construe! Ion.  » lii li  i
\ ictoria,   IL  V.,   .inii.   In.   'I'.i,'  [ol- ,',t   ili..  liiivitii'lnl  Parllumoni   lliiile!
I"»'".M.     .el''      lh.'     ,:.lri,l,      llll.llll..           llll.| II.M|,     i|||           |H    ;,|        |t',HUI     i|.'tl\|I.V     llll.I
i.' oiniiiiii.i.ii ., M dim i  in the ro preparation lor     Uio wmk ol thc Bcs-
i'oii wlit'ii lue- inst i.mmm inini ■ in ins inm, opening on Thursday. Invlin
in nor ii.' iiMiee. iiiiui nm. uh.i iii coun ' Lions lu the ceremony incident to ili
■ 'i  "i   William  Ilim .inin,' ui this ■ lty
lillo   WUS   .'m     en. nsl     I.
1  el      lell    ll Mill,UIU;,    UlllMI
I'ulilie   Inquiry s net,  to
nil  matters peituining i
last  appoiul
under     the
luvustl statu
■ lhu  si mi   ul
iiuiiieli I's iii iiriie.li Uolumbia.
I.   Thai   the  Uoukhoboi' aru  dosl
iiiei.eiis  iioiii  tlm staudpolut  ol
inauguration of Brltl -ii Coluinbla'i
foiiiii'.titli Legislature, ui throu In iho
afternoon, lune lii'iu lasiioil according
to the ollicial list, und is oxpoutod
thai again iho aceoniiuodations ol
the Chamber and ils gallerloa will be
Inadequate to iho demands upon It,
The  ollicial  si nil tor  the sen imi  Is
iii.ii' pei'i-onnl character, larmlug skill  I"1  Ul,u' changed, Mr, Thornton Full
agriculturu nml     gunoral   WA' ■ occupying in   old place us olerk
nlwnya found in the Neu
nl
REDUCED IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Arc you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If SO, call al the Revelstoke Plumbing Vv
Sheet    Metal   Co.'s  Store. Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
I'll..lie   ID !'.   (I.   liox    I.'
. . li i., ii lit io Cold. .
33TTT
It is always hot in the plunge al  Halcyon  Hoi  I
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the moBl  won er-
fui health restorer on thi Continent.   Ourrecorcl of i   n -
of rheumatism and ■      i chrt nic i omplainta is unoq
and verified b; our gratified patrons.    Located amoi
greatest i:'i nei   ■   '■ ■ i ada  ■       ■     ece   .   the -
ium is luxui ioui I   iimi   tin" hed   fo    com fori   and
convenience	
Halcyon Uot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOVi'.-, Prufjrit t
devotion te    ...        ...      .  ^^^^^^^^    ^^^^^^^^^^^
Industry, ol thu boiiBe and Mr. O.K.. I'oiirienaj
l.   That this investigation hue toll uguin discharging tho tuuctlon   of law
lho foundation of thai pureiiiinllly    i ,-,i to o lablleh any valid objection to dork. Mr. r.i.. CJullln. the' sorgoaul at
liuin  exeunt   iheii   iiiusiii   to  lomply ' :'   ''''     olul!totl  llB '"'   sl""     ""'
mill    the     registration    laws       and following     MesHi'S.  J.W,  [jorlmor, do
School     ii H"-v   '-''ii'.emii iii ul'ms;  Heorgi'  I'eni'li
.:.    Tlml   ih.il'   ,     i„lence nl cm otll,   C    Doilii ,  T'l.    Tl tt,   a H
I im h ni nny  kind  diitri ^oihcIi.iiuu, 0 c   Ham,  WllHuni Be I
menial  i i gmi vollbniuH ol tho •.«. Hood, I.. I.in'.'is, and It.U   Moor,
cummiuiliy, iiiiorltcepui''   and     mngei'H    Mnstoi'fl
I.   'I idi  iiii .ti       us'1'' O'Kourko, s   Price,  W   Will  11.
i-.e ■ Ii "h m.i -   id   i now Walton,   lohn I'ayue,     i crej     Toy
■ .I i„ weigh again t   iheii   manj  I '  '"'!;'"     '''"'■  '""'   '"  Wlilttleld,
.' m    mii, ei lally agalnBt    ihuii '■■'■' '
.in,,nn  it mu - ,,, agrlculturi I ■ I    Tho  .eatlns plan bIioivb     but     ighl
5.   Thai     ilim      refusal  tt nplj raruillon  In tho placing ol the  mom
inm tlm i-.i lini nv  aiei   .hools bors .ti  the Ilo I  the' I'bauibui "he
ii. i   i    ieiisi-,1  upon  thoir rellgloiiB lie mo»l cuns'piciioii   variation In tho 11)13
liels  and  coiiacleutiou    scrupl   ■    ami urrangemont  ol  ioivib boing found    lu
of   lol ^^^^^^
liililte.
Have   received   more
iwurils   thnn   uni   e.iii
Neu ('
i,"ii'i"ii  i■:11.•.
igu
|.uiu -l.'ttii,  \
in. uli.'
I i'i i
.1'
U.u iim opened n u iiioroom een
McKenzie   Ave..     KcvelBtokc,
for ih      i p ■" "- tiiuli i
i In- -ni" i      nl ii im   lilug
llllll,       llllll        I! te. ii,   'hii.        Hi
I. i   ihe.  puhlii      I I      .elMe      e   KUIllilll'    O    l'
|i   .,1
, bwi i :. Piano Co,, Ltd*
|{|..\ 1  I.
IImm'     ■
iToki:, i
.   forum
uut
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and  Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cAdded.
Union   Hotel
JUST .M.'i'.l.Y  e.l-.! Ail'i li
Sewing Machines
A nic      .' - toi k of Singer and V.:,.'. Icr Wilson Sew-
 i
For Sale or Hire
by the month al Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
halcyon. Arrow lakes j H- MANNING,   Agent.
y-y.
I li-i I    ,ii I ,11,el.    I     :, .lie
I
li    'iiui   there In Bulllcienl   evldeuei v    °'ltB 'n'"'^ placed a!  II
i.uu   ihai  ni.liiul ol  twelve front
■>|ICIlll
willi     - uilu   behind    i hem,
I llii i-   ill m   now   In   lie   len     ' tttS   in   ih.li
i l« row.   tn ihe iiieuiiiMiii [.li ,l     on
en Bpeuiter'B light, Wr, Duvey m mo
veil in Mi I'iiii-um' old cui and Mr.
li'lmsi'ii .nnil-- liuin the limit     rank
IUU     MI'UlM ill
li-lilllll'lll    le. lie he i,       ill .    I i.lllL.'.
i.....    Mi    li. im en's old plnco,  Mr. \N.
.1 .   MuUBOII   tllnve     lip  one   III   t.ll''   [rout
I'.-itik, and    \li. l.onn-    I'umpbcll,     iR
■ ii. ,i .ii  the . viiiin.- front righl row
R^TES,
$1.bO PER DAY
Ij nn.l luonll ii iales to be .iiiniini'ii        Meal Tickt-ls, 2] incali lm it .""
FIRST SIHI l.'l'. RK\ KI^STOKU, I;. C,
A  p. i.i:\ i-..~tjt i-.
Laughton C& Tap] ing. Props.
First Street, Ri I    C
L
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Winfc     iei Bqe
pear   )'
Open Da) '>
MONTHLY BOARD
ARE YOI   MUSICAL?
ie.  jii uie,   tlle  c,iiicli,...ini   thai     their   er'8  left
i i.'n    mil he' modllioil ii    iluy become
better iicqiiHintoil with i he i run chai
nctoi   eel   our   ill-llllltii ns.
ii    'I'lliil   the   li- in1   eif   llu-   |1,illllll,ill,,I
community,    Peter Veregln,  hns    s.u'-
h. i.ui Inlluonco aud authority ui bring   lo the end ol tin
about nil compliance  with  the e  hm     the
et 10ii   ni  i.n. e   ui .nny  rale within
I M.iM.ill.i! Im   ', .ni-.
V      III,,I     111,,i-i-    i      i-eiisiin    I o    ln-llev,
iie   li" il.h'i oi' to .-uniii' es- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
teni   been kepi  In the dark as lo iheii Un ihe letl ot the t'lmmbcr, Mr. I'ark-
 i      under, certain    Canadian n  WilliauiB takes     Mr, Hawthornth
i.,u.^ ii.uie s  old umi  and  Mr    Place buu-
II.   'lh,i   iliey have Imbibid  .he un ceed    to Mr, William's old ohalr. Mr.
. ,,, Umi ns nm' n    m.'v did um ft'. Manson, hns ihe  mat formerly oo
 in.-  naturalized      linn li    nbjoctfl tuplcd  bj   Mr. Brewster, and Ml   Ti
ti.i-i   ,1..ii.i imt   lie culled upon i n|! ■'■'    thnl  ivhero Mr,  .lacdino or i.
,i   ,,, ain   an . while pivoted    \t  tin  oxireiui  mul ot
i hai     ihey     Iuui   i. . n  iaught the   ■ tl   row, Mr,  I'ooluj   ha    lhc   oat
'm.i    in coming to 1...1. -1,  i...um', i     "•"'  ponding to  Mr   Campbell'i   op
theii   land  by  purchase l oisite;  and  inunediatply   behind  bim
bin       i I   not         nu i  a.  McUcan,  V, Is and  Por
une!. r i'. '   ui      ii-..i.ii.11 in -iln y tho Bier.
s,i milli.. wall,   ivh'ii' i iei —
red  iheir land  trom  lhc govern- k  i!*i.riy ,.♦• Um nicm
i. i i.i : ui  n: H uLuliy Ul rGllliiNa.il
■ ie  iii  March,  1913,      M   That   the punishmenl   by  mipriB - .
;u   tb licen       No,-.  XI.   onin nl full   ol Us ollccl    lu theii i-aso
' ns    p.'iil.i „■:,-:.     ":"' "    ,   ""     '"""'""        '"        ''"•'"'"'
1310,1                :.   ii,   n iclloed to this view '""l,'l-v-    lma     fcccnily mude it'   ap
leei  B-.M   i   ipectivi Ij. toi otll ir                               pirit       distrust   ba    I n '''''"
ti    '   .i .1  iu  ihem  In con ei| icn e   ol '''"''   ""     "uri"       U    tuken  ""
e.      . land    adjoining Adams Lake,   tl     pel ecution   io  which    U. ,   havo    "''"  '"   ,racms  ^'"""" '
I  „  subjecied    tore    .hnn     300   ; '"' ,al' bttClt aB°   ": i'"-"li '"
ter, Vii "'" l'"^""     "0»     '" ,;' '" w
ItKCOMMli! DATIONH  '   ""' '•'"""" 'mem, and
' .1    ...I    ,.    bi    .„    '" '   "   ""    '" nvnHi ;
,. ,i,ii ele.innil I.l   Ion     mnl    ill.ilu,.ilili   e
".   the  ill nil.i is  ol   the   lh llkhn
 ■ , llllll,'    thO .'I • llU'l'      |»i..t     ol    HU'    ,OoK
11  ilin I     HI    ll |e|"  sition    I.l '
,  ,,.  , , J .in in. t   nub  in, oi umi   comment,  one
.   . Hiiiion inus .ui,i the   eiini.i
.,      ,i I ..■ a „ I their btrong   '""''',   '"'''l",•   w'"'  l "  ",1'""'
-.   ir  ...y „i  pui    "»" rt,nw" cuu W '"""     "" ^",es'
BALK OF i'KiiWN   I'l.MHKil.
;'•
-
M i'lll  I.
AllllCI'      e.  ..;.,,,        „lap,     ,11.1 -..,,     ..,     ,-,,i
their ingrained oh linn y no   l """ "'"    '"' '''   "W^1"
■ ■>    '    ■■   -...   n.'i   -    .. .-       i iii nr.teai    ih
■ tageofan exceptional oppootunity.   Call
INGHAM'S  MUSIC  STORE and insj
Aceordeons,   Piccolos    1
isic, Ubums, ■
IAPHS    and    VICTOR     GRA
PHON ■   Records selling at I5i
good si leet imi  of Blue Seal  Uni
Pla er Rolls.   Sellin
ear.   i        Early and Get Firsl Chi
BINGHAM'S   MUSIC   STORE
e' elsl ike.     Phone 262.
'' I        I Id    "'   in1"'11   '" f'"''
H	
-IIMI
Mi   ...       I lie   glxal e-M    IH
ii chase the  the i I.aio compliance, hut  lhal     " "   '""""<•"    ■'" ''
•  I      i ntat.o.1    "     .,'.,.1,   ti     "!'    '   ' ""           ' 8,"t "ml
I'ctcl     i. ,",.„.    11,01,    head,   ol    the   lie        "''      "'  '       """ ''   ""'"''    ""     ''"'"
,  „   i  i ", ol the government  .,, ,.,    "" "     l'nH   '"""""'"'' '" '""""•    »«
   am anwhile  II  ""     '^"■■"■"      "•  ero.esso.   ,.i.,,i.-
roc--      not   neu   nub li.ii.iiiuni'>      Ke
'
■
.. i  i ■ ■ i  to p n
Sash. Doors. Mouldings' Turning*
VV   are in i ulacturing business
Doors   Moulding .  Turnings. Shovt
Ottice  and   Bar    Fixtures.   Sturm
Doors and Windows made to order and ■
• repair work done in good order.
fulllint    •  '     ing si \ ■ lie   'ime
'       i      . ......'    ...   tl!
I^i iru, K...
and all kinds of Glass. Oi
ail coloii and tints.
Str ic
gl
C^iL
..n tho
'i nt. n
■  ■
. salo ol
. the I'leuii
i ■ ■-
.ini.iii.
to  Adolpbe
.   BOII
Bui
quoting anVthing in
REV ,^SH AND O^OR F
.  •;    95   Revelstok'1.
IRY
ASK THF  DRIVER
Evei yheeiiv   ki ■ i',   lo
III-.,
; o    ii ■■ ii,- I-.--1     ( .ni im.
I - v    hi ii    e       iiii   nl   'in Hnr-
voy't  Bpeolal  Stoleh Whlakoy; our
Frapln tiquour Brandy, (ruanit,li>»d
•    "i   BlucHiorry Brandy
|eel' Mftllcitial |lllt |liM.e. .     i im     	
of ch lice Wines III til  I.ii j I li el -e of nil
kindi are unexcelled      Bold by all
the 1 adlng hotola, oi telephone
respt
RATES. ^
i.l'.li     '
I
L-cution nn.l conviction .-.>,.,. it ie de   l"ar8'     "   u""  """""'"^ "»" '«*
that th       , it .hi out     hould   '"  »"'"»>»* *lth ""■ «or..l e thought
■ .thin  iln n lm,
in is.,iim.-ir. ii    ■ Iim   .  po     Ion ■   me
rn    p;,0NE
•t-if,     }txi
E.   Q.    BUI /
The Hevelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Pure Winee, Liquor*, Cigars and Cigarettes
tinsmith Repair*, Ho» t
and Furnace worM
-."YORK    SHOP
Oonnaught Avo,   -   RovolntoKa
Han'
Phone 42      Nighl I
m .nnl     would
i.i mc the ninl ii t  home lo i hc    u le
■   eellSll'l",      ill''     li'l.,','
I hnl  all thc conditions    would
ippeur to ui ' Ily the \ rnnienl    In
p  ,e i m ■ u ,ih the
| COP    '       U'I     pill 'MM     pri     Mill''     "i     I lle'll
|..„leis
,  li  et     ll ,1 ||     rlMlpl <l     I"    I hi      1 '  ":  -
..'   Iiii 11,     .   ,,i >i    mul  ii,mn
member ol     ibe
immikIi i   <■■ in iiiiii ii ■ i >   might   I'M  Up
mm   'I'tiit- would i..'-
.   ut    I-. i trillion  ,iii  the    pu     aud
ll  ,,n   With   I li-'   elui'i
II .e|    tlle,   i|i    i
iii       i. ' in- public
cl I     ii i    ompliance    hould  In   In
, id   n ..in. i    o   ■.■•     th.
i ,. .
i.pu in   ueiii- n,.i,  :,,' .,, rauge
-      undei      which
■ ii , loys •
,u th i
....
uh ot l>.
.1 i,    hi verj
.   ih    l khol.om in tins
i.ii    puliC)      In
,   .,, :  Uoukholi
tiat ..Ibe  it
'
In the ,"  i  intvrests
nl tb» i Icr la eoiiii
ii Ml ie.:
. ■ n.'. II. .1
i '
II
,. i i,niuii,. .im. ,,i ,,i,   in . leal
• -itli.n oi
,i ,,, •. ,t   i   in  ■ i
W  i .- i  ii li   ' •
,i   ffaltr ta or
-li.in     Ml a  I'ornell.
i .   I
HOl '.I
if Firsl
i
1 ■   , i
i u.i  ii.u'K.   'I'liu chapter uu tin   mean
ui,; m      political     me might well  bo
i ii,In .1 hv every     citueu, tor It i   a
,ppl<icaiile io icn us tu women.
i'is.-!, Miit iiiii work oi men aod wo
eiien h. ui, i i: .in i hi ..,, i ilu,i ...an
i.ui woman ari BUppluuiuniai l i ai n to
i i. ..i hei. thai the' |i-i Ioi I in.n.n a.
iiiiuiiiii  life   must     ..in...    ne u  a
Hi.I ., in,uniii 'ii.'. In. i . Sun'.' b'OUl.
inu.Is ul   inn k .ui- uspuelall)   Illt' .I I'.'
inu un.l others i"i womcu, bo looki)
lor me .in) when K more intelllgi ui
i.i..!.-.standing ol niei.oi.ei'   condition*
ll ll. llllll.HUM,        IllllUStl 1,1 M'll.,"   Iillie'e
I ii lid ll    I In     (Oil ill      mlK    Id       su
leal   uiplj  iiuii...   t i.ui ■   -I..,uiu
miii' ailiiuiiihlj a- an Introduction to
l|lle-M lllllh    U ill    ll     ll.IUI.'II    llllll-'     ■
ii. j  are lullll   iln li  duties   .      i
. , 11    ,    U Iui lei I     in    lhu   eul'lt   Itj     .,'.
......        I      ...... II    .1 Ini
ShOUld not nfciuiiiiiitiiO nuiiiuc
OTT VW \    .imi    II      ili    .1    il    llu
I  Ulll, M.        I' lei -'-■ I-I.   1 I   Ul .
.   i niiiii  i in   pre .ni  si ti u,
Ollll'l i..-    lii,        ol     I.i.ii.iI     III    I   alUiel;,
Otlce i] nm,
aeaigm d   "An  Acl   io .M,e,e. ti 1 I
■e.    e Iui.   ,    ui   I .ui.,,I., All     llu ahum
J    hifl    i'  ",".   ,ii .is   loilcllls
.,  le-uiii. raUc eounii ,
i ii. ii iiuoiih un couirary to tlm epii
"   ihee democratic iu.tituilon     Then
Id  in- uo    dws he iiiicuoi*..      i
uniii.I  not attempt  in  auy  way  to in
i-1 li i.      mth     prerogative    ol     tho
King ll     ll.    Majesty  ivi-Ucm iu
anyone, well aud good, but I
maintain ihat ihu Government hhouid
i iieiiiincii'l     anyone  lor  honor*
nn-1   ilml   no     In mot ni.,   tnlcs   hbould
ch to      peclfl    i ii  tun     a  liian
ice-nits ii knighthood roiy oltcn
i iin.iii auu not able to exprois
. I'in...i. .   nrhereas,  it he bad no such
ition, Ue would hu ahj'i tu    cut
loo  8." '
Forty years u uec, i"    years    Lue
, i'.. ii1 od  un 1  reeounneuil.
ed i.y phynlclani.   Kor Womao'i au
ments, tir. Manul's Female Pills,   at
yonr  druggist. H.Vl'UlltlAT, .TANTJMIV IS, I9l3,
ff3E=tdE Mail-herald, jajevihilsto k: hj
lAM'Ain  u    i II
r
.'..'Sj[t«BWSBBSBP«K»HI|S»iiaBBa
■■■  ' j* ii KB
During January There
Will be Plenty of Bargains Displayed !n This
Store, Welch for Them
Revelstoke's Depart
C. 3- fame & Co.. limited
IPI
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and- Bargains During Jannary.
Look at Price Tickets.
Bargains in the
epartment
SSMi
A NEW. FRESH LOT OF CORSETS
These come in the new models. Some extra long ones; all widths,
Hose supports. Clean (ioods.   All at   	
$1.00
GLOVES      SCARFS
A Big lot wool Cloves,  Mitts and Scarfs, for Hoys Girls and women.    They arc 50c. to 75c. goods.    All at pe^pair
75 Cents
NEW COLORED THREADS
New Silk Threads, New Colored Cotton Threads, New Peri
Lusia.in White and Colors, New Couching Thread, New Silk
Floss.     In fact wc can supply any want in the thread line.
nL!
■ -pi
*mm mi ai
Wash
81 >ni Sale eel I'luliliviis' Wnsli DreBsoB, lor Children from     two to Beven
years o( ave. Tins a manulacturers Sample Line. No two alike. The
most lovely Utile dresses ever shown here. Nu iism .,f ub trying to describe
ilieni. Come In and look them over, if only to got an tdca of tlio now
Styles for the Little Tots.
Lawn and Embroidery Aprons
Twu Hundred Women's Lawn and Embroidery  Apronn  go on  Sale.     They
arc full length with Bib ami Straps, liegular Price Tj cents, now 	
50 Cents
WARM WINTER UNDERWEAR
ii.  have li 1 qui      '   1 anc rs ■    ■■ ■•
: ientfi    nn   lablt  0 stall woo; good        I at  irom     11.60
00 per garment.   Anything un  tbis tabls i.uw 	
$1.00
Another table oi all tt >o1 and 11   ■        garmen      thej   ar.' wonU 11'"'
iiinl Jl.es each.   All at one l".    now	
75 Cents
a Hi)-; Oleatt-up ol Child'■  undrrwear.Yist  and drawers.   Bome   .-lack one.--
among these, ut 0110 price 	
50 Cents
BIG BARGAIN TABLE
A I'ilo ol Remanent! of Flannelette,   Towll ngs, Table l.inrns, prints, Glng
hiiniB,     Etc,   on   n   Tabic for Eaej  Choosing.
Clothing Bargains
We have now on sale the biggest bargain of the year. The
best money-saving snap you have seen. All our odd lines of
Men's Winter Overcoats must be cleared out this month, o4.ll
sizes, from 36 to 44, and in different styles and cloths. They
are the Famous 20th Century hand-tailored garments and
were the best of values at the regular prices. Now look at
them.
BLACK CLOTH OVERCOAT
Hox Back, either 44 or 5O inches if) lengtb. Kitber plain or
welted seams. Velvet Collar. A dressy, serviceable coat.
Regular U--    Now   	
$15.00
GREY CL.0TH OVERCOAT
Same  itylc as Black; Ottford    r.ruy.    An extremely good
wearing garment.   Regular    t'l'M, now 	
$15.00
MENS ULSTERS
Thi' newe.--t Coat ten th.- market, Three-way convertible
Collar, ln Cray «nd Brown rlutlis. Wide Collars, lull
skirt. An ideal over garment for our .-limaU'. Regular
$25.00,  now   	
$17.00
MENS RjAGLAN OVERCOATS
In Meii.,11. and Cloths Brown« and Grays,   The new Hul;
Ian Shoulders win h tin- made    911 eh n    bit.    They look
nght uu anyone.  Kegulat i'll.'eO. now 	
$19.00
See Our Shoe Bargains
Don't forget that our tables are loaded with Genuine Shoe
Bargains for Women. c^lll boots, and these values have
never been equaled in the City".
$3.15
liny- 11 pair ol lin.- tan of lila-k l.nii'-. Si.im- l.nt tuns,
nn.l -umi' lace. The regulai priees ran at $5.00 and $6.00
Size's up to BHve i.nil a half.
SpisidO
Buy.-, a pair ol black 01   Ian lace boots in Vici  Kiel   01
Calf.   You can't uflord to mis- them.
95c.
Buys a paii oi good »   rices   1      boot        No  1*0 pairs
alike.    All   -   •     np   to 1 Half.
Snowshoeing Gauntlets
For men 01  boy , Uad   e.f Pure    Wool, with long culls
Just  .ii Beaaon cow.     1 rice 	
$1.00 Per Pair
Grocery and  Crockery Department
Large Assortment of Pickles
Fresh arrival of New Goods direct from England
CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S
Mixed Pints     35c
Chow Chow     35c
Onions        35c
Girkins _ „      35c
Cross and Blackw<ells Indian Mangoc Chutney
Ouarts.;  .   85c
SOMETHING NEW
Fancy Sweet per bottle        40c
Stephen's Gloucester Pickles
Sweet Mixed half pints JOC,
"      40c
Sweet Spiced Girkins pints  40c
Sour Mixed pints  25c
30 oz  40c
Chow Chow pints  25c
Gold Medal    White onions  35c
JUST PLACED   INTO STOCK
C & B Celebrated Spaniel. Queen Olive- ,,a" P""" 4* Pin« J J
C & H Junket I'oviler. bottle      'sc
'Bovril   for a Oold Weather Drink
The right thing *or   " Zero   Weather."   Have  it  in   the   House Served
Hot.   It Prevents Colds.   We have a new. clectn stock recently arrived.
Bovril Cordial, 20 oz. bottles    $] 25
Johnson's Fluid Beef, Hi oz bottles        $1 00
Bt vnl.  1 OZ.
Rovril, 2oz. 1   ttlt
65
35
Specials for Friday and Saturday Only
PETTIJOHN'S WHEAT BREAKFAST GEM.   Regular Price,
NAROB CUSTARD OR TAPIOCA PUDDING.   Regular, Price, 16c.   Now
TAYLOR'S FANCY TOILET SOAP, 3 Cakes in box.   Regulai Pr ■.   Now
CLARK'S DEVILLED HAM.   Regular LOc. tins.   Now, 2 ti,,
20c.
10c.
15c.
C. B. HUME & COMPANY, LIMITED, DEPARTMENT BTORE, REVELSTOKE, B.C.
■ar i [i ri'iY   ii-i m",  '■■   1113.
THE a^AIL-HmR-A.XiID.  HEVELSTOK-E
SATURDA.. J.iMim   18, i'.Hm
JANUARY SALE
Special Prices all over the Store.
Ladies' Pony Coats
Regular Price, $120.    Seilc Price. $75
Furs!   furs!
Ail our I urs to be . leaied out  at   less
than manufacturer's pi a es.
Call in and examine our
Stock and Prices. It will
pay you. Buy here while
Our Sale lasts.
Ladies' Suits
AT JANUARY SALE PRICES
Sizes ,;2,  ,',4,   36,   38,    Made   trom
Tweeds, Velvets ami Serges.
Coats and Suits
Hoys Reefei Coats
Boys' Overcoats.
Men's Suits
Men's Overcoats
. $3.00
s (.50
$7.50
$8.00
L
REID & YOUNG
NOTIC E
D. Company 102n<i, Res. R. M. R., ben toannounru thai Iliey will I10I1I
'•',11,11 duncut, in il"' I'rill Hall e,n ii,,. _>u,|, RU(| hi,, 1'ijda; evening
■ •I uucli uiouUi. Uuti - »ill la- iu follows;
January 10th. and 24th, 1913.
February 14th.   "   28th.    "
March 14th.        "   28th.    "
April 11th. ■■   25th.    "
i'lii- best ol iii.iiiii' ni suurauteed, Music by City Bund. Wc solicit your
I'lltp'll.'l'M
R. M. R. Dance Committee
G. H. Brock, Chairman.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
pon/ruv SPECIALTIES
W.  U.  Smitl    it A in i' lii-ad    '■'- a j
  or to thi
•.   .   ..      imsoi i     i   ;''''
m  i; a \
Mi Purvis ' ''•''''      "n
...        iy, .Iai
• ' was  ■ HE
o 11    rl
. ..
«, ■ .   Ml     il ".    i !• ir-
. ■   ■    ,■•■■■  h.r recent  ill-
VVIilli   !    ■ - ii "'" demand, and Uie \niee high, is tin- tiim- to
he some ol our ejjK producers, uucli as Crushed Hones, Oyster Shell,
i.ui. BeH Scrap, AI (alia Menl. Grains oi nil kinds, including
Wheat, n.n Iri, Oais, Corn.
Ol/K    FEED   STOCK    is   also
Shorts, i nl Cal-e, Unseed Meal etc,
.iiipliic   iiitli    Hav,    Bran,
AGENTS   FOR   PURITY    FLOUR   W<
lor Purity flour.   (More Bread and Hetier Bread .
nre     ole    aKeuts
TKla.     -U
A    HOBSON
Box 71
Favor Parcel Post
j ii much enn: i'le'i.'ii mn. ;uiii uiii'ii h
■ was thought a toliition Innl been
Ottuwu, Jan. 16 A roaolution by iwlvud at H wns discovorod Hint, ll
Hon. Ko'lolph-i Lomlous lavoring tho would he necessury to ro nil ovor
, mbll lm."..' ••! ,i sy (.-rn of naroela ■llle *-'''" lml <lKni"- Ur' """■ "' ,hc
|.„.-i in ih. Dominion was dobatod in depui-tincnl, had made „ eomprehouH ■
,i„ House ol Commons yesterday at- '"' "''"'"i 1"" H'",T '' W11N l'wsuuted
ternoon. Hull a dor.cn inoiiibers from l,1H l(low l""1 undergone eotwiilerahlo
dllTeii'in   parts ol  ibn Dominion    nn.l  * l1;lllK'"-
n.prese „• both BldeB ol lhe bouso, I    Mr' |vl1"1"'1  '"'''''"'I to thc       tact
Bpokn ...  fm I m„   re olutlon  and   "'•"  ll,,,,,v countries hav - Ilshed
the po tiuu ie, | ,:,,„.,, ,,i ,,   ,-,,v.     i  " Parcels ro-t systen
111     t I''.-. ii.Mnl     He- snlil ill;,' he wai
Stul.ci   wiii  the Ins
l'li.-   Onitod
(villi' I y     .('       lllll
llle   |,lun -■•
IM :   tllC   (ll'Hl        neck
|-il'U.|:   I'L, IC    .ll '■ ..I.e'll    tee   1 | H     \l i .' tl i tl J-
out ol Hie plan re.-emly adopted    I.y   ""  ^^"U1 waa '"  ratl°" i'l'««on
ul 1.1,ill     ,ii.mmi..hum 10 ."..'     million
ihe I'nllrtl HtutC Hi hud .Hi ilill'll-
iiiiii iei  tutting  a leap  hi  lhe  ,| ,rl,  ,iiiii
WOllll]    leelleell    i'l.'   I Ij      ' 111      M'nl I.II'-     , "I I
.-I the   Vin  plun lull  he fell   lhal
the ('.ill;,,ll..'    I'"   ..'ll.   i-    hould   I"     ibli
lo make .. su. ■■ . ol it. He liilinuvted
ih,I- iho rj stem woulil be lev tones,
;,.'.    ij  a llut   mii , .-ii'.' win. thc .-''''HI
lli-i.elie.     iii    ; ll        , . .1111 I J'V.    'u      llUVO .1
n.i rate would bankrupt thi depart-
tu'.it, Miinli i*s eef th, linns,' who
spoke in fuvor ol iho resolution woro
unanimous ... believlug lhal ii would
huve ,-i snl.it,iri , tli'. t |u r,,,|n ing ex-
press rates In ibis country, whieh
were characterized in outrageous, Mr,
Pelletier inHmuted thai it was poi
slhle something might be .|...u.- this
tession.
Ml        I.' Illicit* ,    in    nil. ei.Jneini-        bid
resolution, quoted exiouslvoly [rom
Him report wliicb im.l been prepared
in  l'i-.>:•■- ni  Mi-Keusle for thc Toron-
piiiiudH hud  be .. handled  ley  iho <h'
I ui nt    This Involved un  Immense
iniTi'iiHc  in  lliii  work  "i   iho talT,
'l inr.' is mi doubt.     bowevor,     lhal
, Uie'  . Ime I.,-.- arrived  « In n  something
I ulong .-..i.liln1   linos  'nii.-el   le,   il, a,- by
Ciillivdu.      IM'1   lhc in;.iter  would  lirst
.have le. receive verj   icrious consider
nl ion.
I    Me,  refleihi- Intorniod  the     Houso,
, ib.it as t.he result of the inuugiirnllou
ul  a, pai -els |ii'M    i    Lh ■  United .State's
ihe    (' iii'i.li.'en    postolllru  has        heen
.iirryliig .-, lurgr     ... unlet- of   parcels
I mulled "I.  the other side of the lino,
| li   iioiilil be necessury to continue to
dee this  until  a  neu'  pul'tolS  posi   con
, vention  hnl  been  arrived  nl   between
| i lie- i ivu i-i,nut. ie .
,    "II wc hav.   in i-;nri   .in- pureele ol
, olbcr countries il Is too had if wo do
, not • any our oun.   li places u- In an
Revelstoke Hardware Co.lt d
HOWSON BLOCK
MS-.-tWIliT-MIB
Watch This
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
HOWSON BLOCK
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,i ivi - ■.   •  -.. ti    are i oming
u-k at* -   seen    in ihe     Bui -
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Buy Real Estate in Hevelstoke
YOU CANNOT BEAT THIS
These   lots  ure  -l-l') "I  an acre nnd are beuntifulli situated In
the nest end
The  price    S:"M, means  lhal you arc BOUND lo uiaki   money
on them.
The terms are so easj that you ..in pay  lor  llieni   without'any
iroubk-
THE    KOOTENAY    AGENCIES,    LIMITED
,'i.-' ."uK li\ im; |
-,l|i .ws INI )'■'■'■ VrlK ■
ACTKEHS    Uiv i-:i\ l-:n   intu
riiKR'H i-win.v
Ottawa.  Jan.    IC—The  labor  Index LONDON, Jun   "     M  -'•        Maj
number of wholesale prices, which Inl the pretty     ami
dial'.-- the • list e.l living, rose' sliftht wm t„.     married                .-        Loii
ly during December, standing a«  135.2 Victor   Wm. Pag.                    .   :    heir
nlt   . mparod with   l34.eS       S   • en   ■ ■ ;  .  .,.. pt ive of thi                    [ Ai •
md   124.4   in   Decemls i    1911     Com . ,    ,
mi lil "s  advanc   I  sHghtly in i -',,   i„      •
• -  ups   the onl; ....
inferior  position.     Consequontly, It ia
te'   Board  of   I lade on  the  ,|iK'Hlloll  of      „.   ,„,„ ,,      i ,, .
: uir diit.v t<e elo something.
lhe   high    '■ t   of   liviuK.     and     whieh       .... ,     ,   ,,
.   h' ,1 inn not. at  lhe present      iiiiiiiii nt
lound  in   the  [nek  ,,,  tl  puuei.-i    post,1   ,   ,,-,         .„,      .,
at   liln i iy   lo  say   ivlur   we  are  eome
sy>tcni  une lul m'ti.-c  t.-iidini;      to    in-|,      i    .-     -,  ,, ■ ,        ,.,n,
I to do,   said the minister. "The que
civusm the cost of liviuj;. Mr, Lemieux
expressed the opinion that the time
w.i .i.e,, ripe in Canadu for the gov-
uiiiii.-ui to udopi a poliey ,,f parcels
posl, and he >iiei not feel that
ne".I i.i' any  hesitation or shame
Hon tnii-ei he discussed hy  lho depart-
ni'-t..  as a whole' mnl 1 Inti ml   lo  lake
«"V|'ny  Mine      , „   |,.    ta„   ,„,,.„  ,,,  ,,„
omething during tho course of    the
post, and he did not   feel thai    there' ,        . ...
pi.-.-nl. .ses-inii mnl   I inieud   io watch
a   elosely   what   is  going  on    over      the
adopting thc system   recently .anl
bordei
Farmers' Institute
li bed   a the United States.
He i>, lieved t bat tho mam opposi
tieen ',. such a ~yst''tii would ie. found
io '".ii- from thi umal storekeepers,
an.l from the ,',,„-,• companies, tho The Brs1 annual nierting ol the u.v-
lattvr puttlcularl} He pointed out I <'lsloko District Parmers1 institute,
the verj great contrast between iho: was beld on Tuesday evening iu,-. in
rate        pai       comin,   from       Bug- \ ln, Selkirk Hall.   The farmers of the
Ian i ai A Lho .   maih i in Cuuada   "A    , .,„■ , ,
district were present in force, ,i number coming from a distance and al
considerable inconvenience.
The directors  ainl   -ecieiniv     I rea- ■
,inee-   leeinu-   gra
 ISngland,   -   V'bui ouver <■),. ap
 >  (njin    London
"■ .,11' OUVul .
Tb   i" ' .ilii.-e department today wu~ ' 5="
•un. eif monei and     f
t    nrpl'is there  might   m.     ;„
Hi   fell      thui
th'   ' maki
■  • i , rdei  t" give
urcr hai'.ne been elected at tin   prev- foi   Victoria     to     attend tho annual
ious meeting.   Mr. lli'iuy Hay       Was ncetlng and convenrlon of the B. C.
chosen a- president and W.  H.  Pot Poultry  A   oclatlon on     Wednesday,
Iroll vice pi''' iile-iu   for  l'.ii:i. The  see .he 22nd  nisi,
ne,,.)   w    i'. ('aider  uas appointed n
delegate io the Central District meet
ing in Victoria mi thc -Is. io 23rd
in-i. Resolution uere passed ro gov'
crnmoni aid to farmers at low rate of
inier.-st. Parei Is I'e.st introdiiclIon of
I ur.- hred stock, farmers' liberties, etc
A number of subjects touched upon.
Including a regular pine-'- of mooting
of the directors.
The uexl meeting will be early in
February notice being duly given,
Thc meeting adjourned at  "> o'clock.
Poultry News
Hoy Smythe, !•'. Kleeihnm. V. Somes
J. Shaw and V Vi. Laing, arc end
ing theii prize birds to the B.O. Poultry Association Show held al Victor
in rn. ibe 111 Io 114. This show i- the
largest of any nhow beld In Canada,
nnd ue .nsli our exhibitors Ihe hest
of BUCi " ,i -iini holm they will keep up
tbe good nnine' of the lievelstoke 1'oul
try  Association.
I'\ Fleetham and K. 1V-. Laing icavc
The new cily .ouncil will bold their
lirsl meeting on Monday ovening uoxi
in ihe city hall.
rr
SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING
:^
Individual instruct ion bygind
nali-aiid fm ini'i'leae'lii'i "I Spi oil
ii Shaw Business Institute, Van
collier.
Day and liieilitig Sessions.
Night seliool, throe ni^hls ii
week, ii'i uO per month.
Public stenography done,
P. 0. BOX 356
CITY
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on which nearly < verj
i,'.Mil  prices   lh.     IIP* ard     i ioVi mi "       ,
wa   not as strong ns   li e pas .
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rE HAVE FAITH IN
REVELSTOKE
THE CAPITAL OT CANADA'S ALPS
It makes no difference which way thfe cTHunicipal Elections go,
the future of Revelstoke is assured, and our City is going ahead this
year as never before. Outside capital is already heading our way"
and property values are gradually increasing. Appoint yourself an
" Investigation Committee" of one, Mr, Investor, and take advantage
ol   .(ime of these snaps.    For a limited time only we can  offer:—
tie I
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■       en ii
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BEWS   DRUG
STORE
REXALL-l fid ' ""
REXALL < lwHt-y 1
K^.\A LL i   a. I.ie.t
REXALL I   mpoun
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.. Id in a li-i'   In,un
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IpIIpvp   .ied Cures ,. cough
Coiiip. mul                         -            •           l."0
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li. ".1   i,i.i itrlppe Tonle
VII 111    ALL in Ml DU- ■  tri  giiaianl nil
i n otu .  ti founded,
BEW<^  THE
REXALL
STORE bews
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TRUNKS' TRUNKS' TRUNKS!
HATS' t
from   t|.f>   | - |,e       K       .    r
III'
WINTER Sl/ITS AM> l.NI.* KUV.AR    ! i.n    i
enl kit
OVERSHOES AND FOOTWEAR
ATTENTION
■ our I.'
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fi(-Reform ClolMn(r SM.-on  Wuh        Foot-Rite SIiom
00 Feet on 7th Street g2VS $1250
100 Feet on 8th Street i"1'''-h $1200
50 Feet on McKenzie Av. ks is A Snap
Modern House, 4th St. a&~ $2200
Modern House, 2nd St. ::';!. r:': $1800
a ininti assortment ol Wesl End Property, $300
I in  Lol nnri up,.
J, B, Watson Realty Company
R. R   COLE, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
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