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Array "Empire" Typewriter
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For ease of operacion and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price   $60 i
Interior Publismng Co., Agts.
uHeoeistoke, the Capital of Canada!s Alps*'
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Vol. 18 -No 83
The Mail-Herald
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Interior Puoo.sWiii(f 'Company
PftkyrfcRS   VNT> TOBUSHERS
REVELSTOKE. B. C. DEC 4, 1912
$2.£0 Per Year
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A good time to make a selection
Chrismas will soon be here
We will lay them aside for you
TABli
White ot
B KNIVBS am
Plated Goods
From
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TABLE DBSSERT TBA and
COPFRE SPOONS
Our Tea Spieon Speeial
75 ets. Doz.
Carving
-.ets
in Cases
1
'rice.
$4,011
l'oi
kel Knives
Never  Such
10 ets.
Values
tee  $2,60
SCISSORS
We are making a special on this line
Scissiors 1.50 1.25 and 1.00 for 75 ets.
Every pair guaranteed
QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
t Imperial Bank of Canada
Q Head Ottico   Toronto, Ontario.
9 Capital Subscribed            - 6,000,000.00
$J Capital Paid Up             -      - 6,460,00u.00
Reserve        .... 6,460,000.00
Total Assets,        •      - $72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points inJOanada,
Agents in Great Britain aud United States—Loudon, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Ex-
change National Bank. 8eattle—Soattle National Bank, 8an Francisco—Wells Fargo Nerada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of 91 and upward, received, and interest allownd at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch   A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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JOCKEY SHOES
A Line in  Misses and Children's
Sizes, just received
MRS. A. G. CRICK. • first Street
TIRED
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THEN A CUP OF
"BEIJL  BLEND  TEA"
will refresh yuu with ils  bright,   spicy
flavor anil friinraney.     Sold   in   1   lb.
lead packagee.
Price,
35c., 40c. and 50c. per lb.
G.
W. BELL
p. O. Box 208            QROCER & BAKER            Phone No. 33
Newcombe Players and Pianos
Over 15,OOO in Canadian Homes
Giving Pleasure and Satisfaction
WHY NOT LET US PUT ONE IN YOUR HOME
The Newcombe Piano Co., Ltd.
Factory Branch, Mackenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.   Phone-2J2
CHRISTMAS AMONG
CITY MERCHANTS
Shop in Your Own Town; Shop Early; Shop Often;
Greatest Display of Holiday Goods Ever Seen in
Revelstoke Awaits Purchasers.—Everything for
Everybody.
WINDSOR   CAFE  AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, make your headquarters bere.   Quick service.   Perfect OleanllneM
nml Reuonablr Priced    Qlve Ui n Trial.    "We Nenr sleep."
A. G. TIIIAK.IHON,     -      Manager
Nowhere in the Interior ol"
Uritish Columbia can a greater
display of useful and ornamental
articles for the Holiday customer
be found, than are stocked this
season in the stores and warehouses of Revelstoke merchants.
Our citizens may consider
themselves fortunate in having
such a bounteous store from
which to make their selections.
s'. I!. HUME AND CO.
The Departmental Store of
Messrs. C. 15. Hume & Co. presents this season a most attractive appearance. The drygoods
department specialises in useful
and seasonable articles of wear,
and here can be purchased at
reasonable prices, suitable and
utilitarian Xmas gifts for young
and old.
The toy section is simply a
wonder, there are toys and dolls
galore, every conceivable plaything for the youngsters. Don't
overlook C. B. Hume & Co.'s
toy department wnen buying
your gifts for Xmas.
REM) ANOYOUNG
This store is unique in that it
caters entirely to the trade of the
ladies of Revelstoke. Here on
display is everything suitable for
the mother or daughter, swell
evening dresses and becoming
fall suits. This store should be
visited by the husband or brother
in search of useful and Suitable
Xmas gifts for his wife or sister
Remember Reid & Voting before Xmas.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
This old established firm, al-
wavs each season well stocked
with substantial gifts, this year
has outdistanced all past efforts.
Here can be obtained cutlery,
pocket knives for the boys, razors for father and big brother,
also ornamental and modern
electric fixtures, chandeliers,
globes, and artistically decorated
specialties. Keep the Lawrence
Hardware Co. well to the front
on your Xmas shopping list.
BOURNE    BROS.
The Bourne Brothers, on Fjrst
Street, have a brand new stock
of goods, in a big brand new
store, offering the Xmas buyer
everything he or she can possibly demand either in groceries
or hardware. This store has a
well-earned reputation for fresh
groceries, on clean, well filled
shelves. Don't overlook Uourne
Brs's. when looking for cut glass
or silverware.
Mcrae MERCANTILE CO,
Here is where the substantial
Xmas presents can be obtained
for men and boys. Overcoats
arc specialised in this season of
every shade and description,
equal to withstanding the severest weather. These coats arc
going fast. A good overcoat Is
the finest cold preventative and
I winter life-saver, and they are
selling fast. When doing your
Xmas shopping call in and inspect the goods for yourself.
MCINTYRE <t SON
You, Mrs. Housewife, can
make money by buytng your
Xmas groceries at this store. A
choice stock of Xmas groceries,
vegetables, canned goods, lish
and all food supplies to choose
from.    Make a note of Mclntyre
& Son when starting on your
Xmas shopping expedition.
li. w. BELL
This well known grocery and
bakery needs no introduction to
Revelstoke citizens. Thc confectionery here is unsurpassed,
also fresh groceries specially imported for ho'iday trade, there
are cakes and buns better than
mother knew how to make. Mr.
Bell will make your Xmas cake,
and it will be all right. Try him;
prove his qualities  for  yourself.
MUS. A. li. CRICK
Here is the place which can
supply the needs of the mother
and daughter: personal attention
to every customer and satisfaction guaranteed. First come,
first served from the new holiday
stocks.
REVELSTOKE MEAT MARKET
For Xmas meats, fish, oysters,
etc., Brookland butter and specialties; Cambridge sausages.
Look out for our big shipmen-
of poultry before Xmas and secure a io Ib. turkey for your
home.
GUY BARKER
This pioneer jeweller is carrying a heavy stock of watches,
rings and jewelry. Thc genuine
sparklers from kimberley. High
class jewelry is the best investment; win a home by presenting
your lady with one of Barber's
guinea stamp gold jeweled
rings. Remember the Guy
Barber Jewelry emporium when
purchasing Xmas presents.
C. S. MCFARLAND
Here is a new stock of gent's
furnishings unequalled in ihe
Kootenays. At this clothing
store can also be seen a complete
display of men's winter wear,
undergarments, collars, sweaters,
hats, boots and shoes. Our
heavy rubbers will enable you
to walk unscathed through the
winter's snow. Famy underwear and special Xmas goods.
McFarland's new store is in thc
Howson Block. Call in and
examine the stocks if you are
looking for Men's wear and
Holiday goods.
REVELSTOKE HARDWARE CO.
The Big Festive Store. Our
shelves and showcases arc bulging with warranted Xmas gifts
for men and boys. tict Jimmy
one of our hand sleighs, watches,
pocket knives, or tool sets. Or
perhaps you prefer a Gillette
ra/.or or fountain pen. Our
electric irons, carpet sweepers or
washing machines arc suitable
gifts for lhc housewife, and we
also carry manicure sets, sewing
sets for the young lady. Kevelstoke Hardware Company is
certainly the place to purchase
Xmas presents.
Ri HOWSON AND co.
This firm carry thc largest
and best selected stock of furniture in the Interior of B. C.
What would make wife or
mother a better Xmas gift than a
nice set of furniture for thc bedroom, or a selected piece from
our large assortment of sideboards or fancy tables. Howson
is the furniture man; call at his
store and be convinced. Special
goods now being unpacked for
Christmas trade.
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WILL BE GRANTED
Sir Richard McBride Returns
lioine from Ottawa-Well
Received by Federal Ministry
-Better Terms for B.C. Now
Assured
Victoria, 11. C. Nov. 21.—Blr
Richard Mcllridc wbo returned today
from hie visit to the eust, couieu
home delighted with the reception lie
received not only at the hands ot tho
federal ministers at Ottawa but ulso
from all cluscsa ol people with whom
he came In contact. He wus especial
ly emphatic inhis statment that be
uud Mr. Dowser bad licen received
with groat consideration by Uight
Hon. R. L. Borden and bis colleagues. "All the ministeiu shosved the
utmost desire to meet our convenience, giving us their time and attention to a degree never beforo experienced by auy deputation from this
province. Like Mr. Bowser, I can
assure the people of British Columbia
that for thc first time lu its history
its representatives were given a cordial wecome aud the most careful con.
sideration ol their requests.
"I regard the two proposed commissions on Bettor Terms and on the
Indiau lunds question as tbe most im
portunt incidents yet recorded in tbe
relations between thc Dominion and
thc province. In each case we are as-
surred of an impartial investigation
of our claims—something whieh bad
been refused us heretofore. The Belec
tion of a representative of the colonial otlice us the chairman of the Better Terms commission is a new departure in Canadian history, lt is
one for which I have been pressing
for years, whieh I was told by the
late government I could not get but
which, notwithstanding, lhave got."
"The province of British Columbia
nevor stood better in the eyes of the
people of the east than it does today
and I have greut pleusure in bringing
back the message that our development is attracting thc attention not
only in eastern Canada but of the
United States aB well.
"I was greatly impressed with the
growing strength of the Borden government throughout the country. It
is an aggregation of big men animat
ed by high ideals and broad national
principles marching forward to a well
con«id?red goal the development of
tho Dominion as ,, great and self respecting section of the British empire
Tbe government is just getting its
stride and will make new records
within thc ncit few years. There is
a unity in thc rankB of thc conservative party today whi.-h is fraught
with big rosults for Canada."
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CHRISTMAS DISPLAY
Our Christmas display includes ;i choice of the Famous Zanes-
ville Art Pottery, Jardinieres, Pedestals, Flower l'ots, Beau
Pots, Hanging Baskets, Pudding and Cnstard Dishes. Fire Clay
Casserolls with or without stands. SEE OUR CORNER
WINDOW.      <■
CUT   GLASS AND  SILVER DEPOSIT WARE
The very nesvest anil finest patterns in Cut Class nosv on shoss-
Water Ju>;s, Decanters, Berry Bowls, Nappies, Sugars and
Creams, Vases, -'ill sizes,, Tumblers, and a large collection of
small fancy pieces.
Our Utopian Silver Depositsvare is the Common mark of quality
at prices which make tbem go.   Sec our diapla) "I these gooils.
GROCERIES
Our Grocery Department Is complete in ali the Xmas Fruits,
Layer Raisins, Grapes. Figs, Japanese < I ranges, Christie's
Xmas Cake, Plum Pudding and Choice Fancy Biscuits, Nuts of
all kinds. Choice Apples and Vegetables in abundance,
HARDWARE
Carving Sets and Choice Silverware, Pocket Knives, Safety
Ra/urs ami Shaving*Supplies, Sporting Goods, a new supply of
McClary's Ranges and Healers lust arrived
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
fe.
Plumbing
Special
Heating Tinsmithing
/attention Paid to Mail Orders
n
HOT BREAKFAST FOODS
Cream of Wheat, per packet
Farina, 6 lb. sack
Carnation, including valuable prize
Maple Eastern for hot cakes, per qt. Jar
Orders delivered to all parts of the City
25c
35c
45c
65c
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
THE CIVIC
ELECTIONS
JAN. 13th
Prospects for Keen Contests
for Civic Honors.—W. I.
Briggs Announces Intention
Being Candidate for Mayor.
During the punt week tunny reporti
hnve Ix'en eiiTiiliiliiiK in tlie riiyn-
gliding Candidate* lur tin- piiHi'lion of
Muyor tOt 1018,    Aiming tin* iiiilneH nf
p|i.Illilll'lll I'll i'/i'lle. nii-lllieelll-il    in   con-
mil inn with tht ulll I Miiyur in tlml
ul .Ml. \V. I. llriiXK", tin* Inenl luii'i'iH-
tii. A repreeentatlve nf tin. Mail-
lli.iiAUi called upon Mi. lli'iKK"
lu-iliiy tO iiHri'i'tiiiii if there whh nny
Until in lhe -■!nlriniiil:- nmili' legaid
Ing hlf entering the field in tlii' may
niiilly content, mnl in reply tu liiin
query Iiy  Hie   Maii.-IIkhai.h   .Niiil.i-,
"Will,  Mill i'llll Hlllleellliri'    llllll.    |    will
lieu I'Hiitlitlntv fin the Ofl] f   Miiyui
in the oomlngolvio cleotiona."
It In expected Hint Hr Briggc'ad-
droec in the eli'i imn, outlining Imh
policy, will be before the ratepayer!
in tlie Immediate future.
NOTICK.
Tlie regulai weekly Danon  iviii be
ll«lil in lhe Selkirk   Hull,   un    HVilne-.-
day (to-night) Dec. 4th.   Danoing will
I'liinin.'i ei' iharp eit ii p.in    Thc muetc
will in' i iiiiiii ni hy the Roralttoke
Five   I'iei e  Olehi'Htiu,    nnil   the   pi'u-
i',i ilium    will   he  complete   with   tbc
lateel muiical liitn.
MB. W. .1.  AltMITAOK,
P]OOr  M.ineii'.'i.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail
Putin
Your
Stock of
Brookfield
Butter
rf«    t"£a    ■'t'l     if «    ."tt    iTi    «T»    .Tt    .T.    .T.    .*fr«    .*fraS
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b"Buttered
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tj,* 'X" "X   X   X   X   X   X "X   X   X   X
Before
the
Price
Raises
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail
>ooooooooo<
One Price Only
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Starting to-day and ending Saturday
night, we are putting on sale only 25
MEN'S SUITS. Re*. ?22 and $2f.
values. These include all the newest shades
patterns and fabrics from the best makers.
$17.00
tit .'l't iti it. l't* iii itt iTt iTi iti ii'i iTi *"t. i'ii its .■'l'i it. if i ifr. .•£, if. .~t.
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McRae Mercantile Co.
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((JontluueU on Page Two),
NOTIOB.
The Oaledonlao iootet) will Imld «
WhiM Drlre In Selkirk Hall on Monday erenlngi nib Inm. Thu nomination ui offload fm hum will be held al
H p.m     A largia  iittenrliince   nf ineni-
hern In Urgently iei|iii'nte,l,
W, a, CAMKHiIH*, Sec.
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XMAS ALMOST HERE
Anything from Diamonds to Patent Medicine
Bigger Assortment Than Ever
CT. GrTJ-YT BAEBEE
c. p. r. watch inspector:
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yp-Tn   ^IZ^.TXs-^TiJRJk.TiTD,  HiEJ-VESLSTOKlEJ
\VEDNfiSIUY. DEC.  4, 1912
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House aiee: 7" n Mackenzie Avenue
$121 0 down, balance to be arranged
House ar.'  3"
lurth  Street,
balance to be arranged
feet   frontage on F
IH ; -iiuij down       ^^^^^^^^^
Three Lots just ofl Mackenzie Ave., in all 66 feet
frontage facing on Connaught Avenue
The Revelstoke Genera! Agencies, Ltd.
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WATCH  OUR
WINDOWS
I   e fil a U Ibevalb
PCBLISBBD  WEDNESDAY   SM)
SATURDAY   AT
RKVEIaSTOKX. B.   C.
Jntcttor pubUsbing Compans,
Limited
J. K. JOHN80N, Manager.
RALl'H Ci.  BCROTON,  Kditor.
SUBSCRIPTION  RATES
Including  postage to  KnglauJ,  United States and Canada.
By the year ^through poutofllce) 12.50
ADVERTISING  RATES,
Leg&l DOtlcea 10 tents per line Aral
Insertion, ii cent* per line eaeb
»uhsi | ertion,      Ueasure-
: (12 lines make
one inch.) Store aud general
..-.:.'.- ..unouncemenu »i..:eu pel
inch per uiuntb. Preferred puui-
per cent, addH w '■
Births, M.a. net-.-, and Deaths,
eaeb Insertion.
Land notl te »:..'• .   \i: advert
Dents subject to oval oi
tbe management.     Wanted      anil
Condensed      Advertisements : —
Help Wanted, Bll
cations wanu-J,    Situations   \a'
■■ , Mei him i
Wanted, ."• words or Isbs, 25c.
eact.     ael.litioua!     lino lij cents
(.Lunges
tn    .1  a.   u.
tO   SW    '       ,
CCl. .   M
tars ol
muL [ tor must     bc
■    name of wi
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but     a:    >
Correal     lent« should be I
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report    ol    ll
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The j b ol   '..   undi r Ible
lOK     HlHl      'ef      111"
average n hool.
j;.-■ ol   . il." total absence
'i| tli» jn.t,in • mal-nutrl-
lion anil i clothing,    In
the I I tl tlio
in tl "' many Canadian
, underfeeding nnd improper
leedii i 'Mt oi warm olotfa
inr.. Bgure n- i vi -ry fruitful catiee
of ilt -i-.i-rii childhood, Thi Ed itor
of tlii> paper ia only too familiar
with the terrible mal-nutrition
and poverty disclosed in the Medical oilicers reports of i xaminatione
of public school children in the
Old Land, and the entire absence
of such from the report of ihr
ollicer inspecting the Revelstoke
schools, is a lulling tribute to the
prosperity of this city, and should
be a source of pride and satisfaction to every citizen ul  RevelBtoke.
Editor "Mail Herald"
Dear Sii
'I'h"    residents     ee,'  tbis  Vail
Bomesvbal  Indignant  a eoul  thi   ri porl
ile.it  bas circulated lately and apear
i e m en inued from Page One.)
HOBSON & CO.
Here is the neatest nnd com-
pletest exhibit of groceries and
confectionery in the district.
Groceries newly imported just
opened up. Model bakery on
the premises. This firm is
specializing in Xmas cakes, give
them a
MCKINNON  & SUTHERLAND
R icogi 'niii'i'3 for  hum;
: e ; youtl The 3toe.k is at its
best, im tiding clothing, und' r-
wear, boots - shoes. MeKinnon and Sutherland are well
worth a visit. Experienced
clerks give every attention to
customers<
BEWS DRUG STORE
The Rexall Slore, celebrated
for pure fdrugs. This season
contains many cute and ornamental Xmas gifts, fancy boxed
stationery, books, Xmas magazine numbers, toilet articles and
rubber goods. The large stock
of Xmas hooks and novels are
well worthy the attention of
(iii't buyers.
MRS.   T. I'ORTER
Irish imported linens from the
Auld Sod. Sheetings, slips, etc.
Remember the name, Mrs- Porter, Iih street, east.
II. MANNING
11. Manning, the fancy candy
man.   Chocolates in large and
small boxes.    Buy a Singer Sewing machine  from Manning, it
ed in some of the coast papers aboul will make a life long Xmas re-
the new road [iimi lies elstoke to Arm   mC'lllbrance
stroug we would infer that the pei , avvm amnw i,,-<„- ot hip
....              ,,..,. M'.\ 1-.1.MIIM'.   Ml Ml    Sea1!!!'.
m  Itevelstoke bave asked tin1 Govern- ,
menl    to buUd  Ihis road  ;,y the way The   home   ot  MUSIC.      brand
.  liable    Lake    Leaving this wholo' and   Player    Pianos.       Etlison
Vnlley  and  the  country  from   Sicatn phonographs,  2000   new  records
aus to I'.ii.ii'iie.v oui in the cold.  My to select from.   Tne latest song
•»"'"•"•-"" ls ll,at ""' '"'" "; '"'"" hits.   Mouth Organs. Melodiens.
e..      bave     asked the Government ,.
 Ki,,,    ut  the possii j oi muslcal   instruments   ol   every
iiuilding Buch a road.  Then this bas kind  in  stock  or   will   supply
been    •ami' i.y tlu'in withoul any iu special requirements   from the
'■■"■■"ii "i utopini  .: ig of tin Newcon.be   L'oronto warehouse.
road from Mara  Via.  Sicamous, Sal     , ,,u l.,ll, le8l aH   instruments  by
sqim,   Bowie  Malakwa,  Uraigellachio, , , , ,,     ,,
.,,,., „       . .   s.eing a d hearing at the Revel-
lolt,     Mitikiu   and   Phrci   \ j. ah
of which   represent   .        ■ Btoke Music otore.
along       ■         thei    l'. It. i . R. MACDONALD
and through tbe  Eagle  ttivei   Valley,      The new    block   witc   the   big
k    See our window oi
;. ie   avenue.     Drugs,    per
see     canuot    bcleive  thnl   Rcvelstolu    . ,
which     ba iS,U!Sl     L
'..  western neighbours  Stock ol toys     Come   ins   ■
and     ■ ,,iii     friendship tore,
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way,
. unauian   i    I
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Mr.
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all tbe |
J.  II
M a i ulCe^H^^H^H
served day and night from our
luncheonette during the Holiday
season Afternoon teas for lady
shoppers. Fresh fruits, choicest
sweets, quick sen ice, reasonable prices
Public Schools Attendance
Tho atleiidanoeal llie nuhlic schools|
forNi
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umber wiih im follows i
Cei   ral School, Dis ■-■■'•
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Totals liill
Selkirk   School  Div, I     in
  M    .31
  III..11
  IV.. 12
•• V    .811
'  VI     is
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Be, -
(1(1.00
112 III
IB 111
1HI.75
114.02
'.'I 12
112 IMI
111 II
G. S. McFARLAND
Howson Block,  MacKenzie oAvenue
WATCH  OUR
WINDOWS
CLEARING OUR COLLAR STOCK AT 50c. A DOZ.— Having changed our line of
Men's Collars, we are clearing all odd and broken lines. Double, Band, Wing and Lay
Down styles. Sizes 14 to 17A, but not in all shapes. This represents a big saving to the
men, as the regular price is $1.50 a dozen.-SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY, 5Qc a Doz.
.lust received, a new line
of Men's  Ceylon Flannel
Shirts. Soft, double cull's,
collars detachable and to
match.   Very neat dressy
patterns. Price m/2.50 each
Men's  Winter   Weight
Underwear in elastic ribbed and   plain   knit,   all
unshrinkable.    Sizes 34 to
42.     Per garment *2.25.
Our   Stock   of   Heavy
Flannel   Shirts   is   very
complete.    Greys, Blues,
and Khaki.     Collars  attached.    Prices $1.25 to
$2.25 each.
Men's Double  Sweater
(.'oais.   Military Collar.—
This is   an   extra   heavy
coat.    Colors, fawn with
maroon   and   grey    with
maroon,          Price S8.75.
Men's   Heavy    Ribbed
Heather Sox, with a card
of mending wool.   Exceptional value at. Three Pair
for *1.00,
Men's Fine Quality all-
Wool   Cloves   in   Greys,
Heathers  and   Blacks.—
Prices, oOc. to $1.50 pair.
WATCH  OUR
WINDOWS
C. S. IVScFARLAND
WATCH   OUR
WINDOWS |
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III. IT
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uas;.
80.82
IW lit
Totals  211   04 58 III!
Division I of Central .School wi' s
the Ni'le-on Shield ssiili n preeenl.ine
of 00.878 in punctuality anil regularity.
Division 111 ivus very cIobc svith n
percentage of 07.1)72. Division V if
Selkirk School win- the Shield ssiili a
percentage of 88 28.
The following is ii statement showing the results of thu medical inspection of Central and Selkirk sclino's
Inr the presenl school vear :
No. of children attending 500 to 505
oc average of 510, Pupils wiih defects
Ilia or 32 per cent, approx. Pupils
with enlargement of right ton.-il, 81:
with Ief I tonsil, 74; svith clear cmes ul
udenoids, 85; with detective teeth, in.
ssiili goitre, 12: witli defective eye
siglii 28
in her tire lms overy summor When
they wash the boiler it is necessary
to drain the Suez canal. Bhe carries
860 pounds ol air on train line. The
throttle is pulled l>y n statioary engine in the cab. The lubricator holds
(our barrels ol oil. "When she leaves
Him rails there is an earthquake in
China four days inter. The train
runs so last that when she stops she
isis si ill going tin miles an hour.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
WANTED
Reiieistiike National i urn
\ anc  liver,     Nov.      29.—Mr, Vi.  Vi.
Foster,     deput)      minster ol works,
s'Ictoria,    sslue is in Vaucouver,    wa
advised today that the Dominion cos
ii nm, at  bad decided to Bel a< ide . ev;
eral     thousands     ol acreB oi Meunv
near Kevelstoke, for tho
purposes ol  a neitee.n.i,  park.   An sn
. s     ci     the Intel i"i  department,
Ottawa,     ssill  be sent out to locate
area which Mr. Foster describe:
as typli al Alpine .cenery embracln
level  plateau at an elevation ol i"'1
(• il     bui ejlaniers and em
mow nl,is and grass;
plots covered wltb wild Bowers.
iment  lias al
ragon road tour miles
park.
  nm
■ cured.
The of the road to     the
WILL YOU WORK FOR ME—Show •
Ing people my literature about
Port Alberni, the great new seaport ol B.C. now being devoloped by
railroads and other vast interests.
Splendid seller, Liberal commissions, prompt settlements, good ma
terlal in work with, S, J. Wilson,
119 Hastings street, west, Vancouver, II. O.
WANTKD Situation as housekeeper,
or general houso work, by young
Scotch woman, excellent conk, ap
ply Box  i:l. City.
WANTBD By o qualified young white
woman, llglrl housework or nursing
Write Miss Snico, Revelstoke, B.C,
WANTED -Steady customers for milk.
Dairyman, Boj  14, Salmon Arm.
WANTED Pall H i 1 i and Bobsleighs.   Write Mail Herald.
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COURT OF  REVISION
HEVELSTOKE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT
NOTICE  is  hereby   given  tha1
the CoUitof Revision  and  Appeal
under thu  "Assiwsmeul   Act" nnil
"Public School \i"" ior the Revel-
-I'ek   Assessment  DiBtrict, respect-
in i-.-o.e ii.   rolls   (or   the
year 1913, will be held as follows:
Courl House, Revelstoke, B. C, on
MONDAY, u.i 23rd day ol December, 1912, at H) o'clock in the
forenoon.
Al the Governmen Office, Nakusp,
B.C., on FRIDAY, the 27th day
of December, 1912, at 2 o'clock
io the afternoon.
11 .ii-.I ni Kevelstoke, B, C, Nov
ember :30th, I9f2
i HA !. M. FIELD,
Judge ol saiil Court.
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
ih eilis on the principal cities in thc following countries issued without
delay:
Africa
Cuba
M.icrdonta
Russia
Arabli
Denmark
Malta
Servia
Argentine Repv
iblic
Egypt
Mancliuria
Si am
Armenia
Finland
Mexico
Siberia
Austrultii
Formosa
New /.enlunrt
South Africa
Auslria-HuriBa
ry
France
Norway
Spain
RH tin m
GerniHny
Panama
Strults Settlement!
Braiil
Greece
Persia
Sweden
Hul&iirU
Holland
Peru
Switzerland
Ceylon
Iceland
Philippine ltd inula
Syria
Chill
India
Poland
Turkey                   6.7
China
Italy
Portuital
United Stnten
Crete
Japan
Rou ma nia
W. ■ t Indies, etc.
These drafts can be drawn in sterling, francs, mnrks, lire, kronen, yen,
tacts, roubles, etc., according lo the money of tho country in which they
ure payable. This enables lhc payee to obtain lhc exact amount intended.
REVELSTOKE OHANCH    F.'M. GIBSON, Manager.
NAKUSP BRANCH   H. L.  ROTHWELL,   Munltgcr
iT, il*, ,i*, l'te l't, iT' fi 1T1 iTi it, it, it, 1T11*1*11T1 i*Ti 1T11T1 ii'i 1T1 ii'i .*r. .*!*. .■r. .i*..
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Dear Friend: *
1 heard that an Ajrent of the Domestic Utilities    '
Co. is in your city demonstrating the use of the Vac-    *
uum Clothes Washer.    As you know my husband is an    *
f   engineer and he gets his clothes dreadfully dirty.    I
tliml after using different kinds of soap and washing
compounds so highly advertised that nothing works
so well and quickly to get them perfectly clean as the
T Vacuum Clothes Washer, and 1 recommend you to get
Y one us it will lighten your work 20 per cent. If you JP
*fr have nny friends Interested you might tell them the V
tp    great success I have had- •*
SI remain, Your Sincere Friend, <$*
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D'ltii  98 81!   U'I or,
i   Door  Factory circulate iti
porl   home   Ind ombine
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Revi     ' e.
SUGAR i'."Wl.
r Uowl chocolates are nn
mn passed. A., the bi si ' ana
'linn  makes, I    b"  in
fancy bafkets and l and LO b
boxes. .She meant "Bring Sugat
Howl Chocolates," the bi I ii
none too good for her. Ho1
chocolate, tea, cocoa and bovril
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Hbe  i a j ■ iiin Hi'vi'ti hundroil
BDd   '   ei,l v two rui'M.
"Tho loumlhoiiBu anu hold u picuic
Notice to Contractors
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fie.ni the I ■ ' it V»n
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I'lll lee   Willi •     s
'i I.   I uveal or nnj ' li r nnl nee*
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I'nlillc \\   rka I'..i'n i.
i'ulilie VVnl I'-li i' '' 'i ■ ni, V'li i"i i.i.
Hi'. 88tb Nnvi ml-1. llll '
tin, loitrtloo Deo. I
FruitLands
FOR SALE
(inlona   liny  lnniln in |iarc«lp ol
10 or 20 nores or en bloo.    Corree
pondence invited,
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
NOTICE
I have opened up a Restaurant in Lower Town
and will serve all Chi-
nese dishes, such as chop
Suey, Noodles, etc.
OI'KN ALL NIGHT
KEE MOON
Di  i Wi '   Ni ni to Plre Hull
TELEPHONI    287
II.l.OW KIVKR      On     tin-
main line e.l Grsnil Trunk
l'i, I fil m-i ilml i,ii Bay Rail
way. ii li the ilcilre ol lbe
Rnllwaj i iitii|eeins in make it
uur ol llic moil Importanl
lowna in the entire Canadian
Weat. (.ou 110 down; (10
in..ii■ lil\ no Intereit; no
Write lo-ilay lot full
Information. Pacific Bond
' nd Corp., ttd., 484,
r '   ' ■  llldil    "v incouvi i, M.i .
Corporation of tlio City of
Revelstoke.
Court of Revision of
Voters' List 1912
Thu Court  ol  Revision ot the Voters' Ust will nit in tlie Oity Hnll on
Tuosday, December loth l'Jll ut 8: pm
Ily Order,
llltUL'U A.  LAWSON,
t.d. City Clerk.
SALIC OF CHI IWN TI.MIIKIt.
Si'iiliel Tenders will lie received by
the Minister ol LundH int Inter than
nc>ain un ihe 3rd dny of Murcli, 1918,
for the purchase ol Hoenses Noh. XI,
\2, to out timber estimated ut 1,-
780,000 leet, 580,000 lest, and :ili),(MH»
leei ii m respectively, togetber with
1,000 railway ties mnl poles trom
Crown land adjoining Admus Lake,
Kuinloo|iH Hi. Uni,
Partioulan ol chiel Forester, victoria, B.C, 1st Ise, N.;io 3m.
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For S lo or Hire
by the month at Manninp-'s.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
MANNING,   Agent.
J. A. HOY
Teacher of Violin
Pupil of Ernest Simple, of Winnipeg, and I'rof. Frederick,
late of London, Eng.
Studio at City Hotel
TAKF.   NOTICE.
To IliiHincfls   Men of   Revelstoke nnd
Distrlot.
Having reei'is'eil the iiplMiiiitinent
lor the National Art Compnny, tho
lamoun calendar manufacturers! i iicg
to nisi I you llmt I will cull on you
■bortly With Hnmplcfl ot cnlnidarn for
mil. I trimt you will reserve your or
dcrn until I can call on you. Any
ImslnnBH you can cls'c tne will ire con-
Bldered nn helping your lonil citl/ens
as all profits wlll be ipetrt In the city
A. JOHNSON.
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. WEDNESDAY, DEC.  4,  1912
THE  JMUlIXs-JEXSHEUlTLsT),  EEVfiLSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4, 1913
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DRUNKENNESS
CAJM iJE CURED
Old   Fallacy   That   Drunkenness
Cannot be Cured
Exploded.
tr        Many  men d-1 in    i  slro I ■ Stop
ji: the habit.    Wh • » r, haa un-
.     de i'man   I            ■ i ion and ci    ted
siia^^svunk,*svt*v*MM sVWsr^wja'.lvnA:^n.rs^Vi  ■li''';i| '
Prinoe Vlaaem.aky,   Bro. BBorelarv! I""? th_at.J.: '      ",   ™ tUe "the
The  opposition   members  i)f   tliei    Prince Vlasstn sl i,  Bret bboi
South Afrioan Parliament are  urging °f 'be  Russian   Embwmj   at  London I nerves.
NOTICE
itevelstoke Land District.
District oi West Kooten iv.
i    Tuke notice that I, Jean riatlie S.
| Blondin, ol Montreal,  Que.,  oecipa
tion  Merchant,  intends  lo iippiy    for
I permisaion  to purchase  the  lo'ai sving
! described lauds:
! Oommenelng ut poBt planted 40
chains south from a poiut lu the
South boundary ol Lot 7872, Uroup
One, Kootenay District, winch is distant trom the' South East   lorner ot
(•,W ;the  Parlian   r.i ' )
,i   AllBtti
and i-li^ M.. ..   ■
ol  naval obligatioas.   .
olfi   Empire Union Congress it, whs ual operation
reeol cd that tbe present contribution
ia inadequate,
A. E. Woods, an old itner In BritiBh Oolumbia, and Ior a time an aid-
hrman o£ New Westminster, died last
week. He was lor year* oonneoted
with tbe HendryiutercK.is, owning the
Hostings mill end tbe Vanoouver
connection of the Great Northern
Railway.
Chief ol Police K. lr. Chamberlain,
after beiug iu oharge ol the Vanooi t
police force for the pact Bve aod a
half years, bas tendered hi-s resignation to take effect the lirst of the year.
He has accepted a position on the
Canadian Paoiflo Railway under Sir
Thomas Shaughneeiy in Montreal.
l'rince Edward Island is growing
rich in raising black foxes for the
market. Tliis y. nr thegrain of farmers in the business will run into
millions. Ol the 400 old toxes the
inorease in Belling value wai at least
$2 0011 each, making $800,000, while
the young cup added last spring
numbering as many more, readily
sold lor $5,000 tach and upwards
making $2,000,000.
From the annual report ol the director if the geological survey of India
it is interesting to note that
aeurveyol tbe voloanio area in the
Pakokku diatrioi is how beiug carried
out, and that ether tmcte- along the
Irawaddy are b ingcarclully examined
for oil. Iu some instances the indications, aa tested gi o i ■-. ici-'y. ar.'
promising, and there art- probably in w
oil fields in Burmah waiting to be
exploited.
ice laat snmmor, died at      hospital      Samaria Prei tops the erav
,      .   .      ,,       , ' Ing, bi ■        nerves, builds up the   aaid  Lot ?872 CO chains, and marked
rVieraburgli  last Pl ... i ...■ ■. ... .,,,,,,   ,„ mii   md   niukes  drink  ac-
nit of ewallowiae a  stual     old   tually di. id,    li i»
,  . ,              .      ,,         ,                 i..L, :.■ ,   and   odorless, .md   can   be
.i .ii ut tulse   teeth,    lhe   plate out   Kiven   ivith   or   .vlihi tl     pu    i   -
it  estini s bi yerelj  .:d i bo  ki         knowii ,;-•. In ,.• lood
| i.... ,i  r    :   .:■   ' :■   r ■   ■ '■-    ind  rios-
" ■'• '       ' I pltals.    ll     .  ■    ■ sands In Can
.S'.iy UUBUOO   ■   ''   I,  ■■    « ,,-:■:.
d-   li  ol h mei
lii i i   . ' '■    Q        uf Hu
Hii. P.li'ir.l >;,„„.,„. .u.i. ■   ,      of it and  what her:
air Jiclwaril bpeyer. chntrmao ol   h   ■     eU u tour months m-aay since I start-
Liiiidoii   Underground   (tailwav    ' .    '    lu ""' >'"'  ;,;" '  ' ;   "' '
. ' ..■   e'lilM, ll le-   1      II."       1>,-^1      1,1      I.	
announced   .  huge  traction! imalaii     '•" week attoi   i   "... ad   using youi
■   • mod}  tin   patleiu si    ,■■■■■ f ,..-. ..   I
KOOTENAY      LODOE,   No.  iB A.  F.
and A. M.
Regular meeting] are held in MASONIC THMPLH, Oddfellows' Hall
n.i the Third Monday in each month
Rt X p. m. Visiting brethren ars
cordially  welcome.
W. THOMHON,  W. M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
The department ol militia hss
clo«od out the dials lir the sites lor
two magnificent new drill hulls Ior
Winnipeg, Tlie niHin armory, which
it is said, will tie the finest in Canada,
costing Bome $300,000, will be located
on ten acres on Portage Avenue,
almost opposite Happyland, with a
frontage ol between four and and five
httudred feel. There will he a North
End drill ball at the corder oi Mc
Oregor and McOrea Street,*, costing I the wheat that the embargo svas put
in the neighborhood ol $7u,0u0. on
nation   bringing under  one o m roi
three eleotrio   railw, v , Ondei
ground ,;the Central Loi don and th
Oity  and South   London emp u.,.-
exceeds £46,000,000, and the oumbiued
reoeipta lor the first hall ol 1012 ex-
oeeded 112,250,000.
The time lot completing the Re o i
ment roll Ior the year 1012 throughout tbe Province Imn been extended
[rom November 80, 11)12, to January
10, 1913, anil the lime for completing
the duties of the Courts of Revision
and Appeal in relation to this roll has
been exteudetl from December 21
prux to January 81,  1913.
Queen Mary hues just dUoovered and
repined in the light of day Bome fine
portraits svhich havo heen lying in
dusty g.iriets for years at Windsor an.d
Buckingham Palace, Two Gains-
boroughs, which the Queen searohed
out at Buckingham Palace, hnve been
restored, while at IV ndaor aom*
Bellinis that have been lyi.);. mn .,,■■
the rubbish of ono ol the attic rooms,
bave been rescued.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier celebrated hi-
seventy-brst birthday ou the 20th
in t He spent the morning quiet I'
at his residence where be received  .
t'umber ol congratulatory mesmges.
He spent the afternoon in his nHiou i
the Parliament buildings where he
lie.d a large number ol callers. Sii
Wilfrid is in good health. He says be
expects to ei jeiy the work ol the
session.
It is learned In Ottawa that the embargo svhich the O. P. H, has placed
on shipments to tbo head of the lakes
applies only to Max. As soon as the
word of the embargo was received the
grain commissioner made an investigation. It was claimed by the t'.P.B.
that I lie handling of llax was prevent -
ing the rapid movement ul' wheat and
it svas to   facilitate the  movement of
THE HOLIDAY MAIL
Send Christmas ffiaii tarty ia
not obligated to ua in uny Way
whatever, 11 you accept our olicr.
Could anything bc more fuir (or you?
Is theie any reason svhy you should
, hesitute to put our claims to actual
test'.'
The     most  scientific common-sense
treatment  is  Rexall  Orderlies,  which
Mail    letters und parcels early, es- are eaten like candy. Tbey are very
pccially     those    destined ior distant pronounced, gentle and pleasant    in
im.. not drunk * fflai it llq ioi kIuci
i.... e j ou will tu i ■ pl my . uiu iii •>
i 11,Us UopUis »;<-■■' will bleoA your
11 uiudy wherever tiiod,  l remain,
■.mus  ti ,   ii.ui, Que."
i ,\anu* withheld  by  request.)
Sow, if there la anyone hi your town
.'. ho needs th s Remedy u Lhem I I
r. i itlcal philanthropy can taki no
L>« :ter Conn, i* you hav< t\ husb.tnd,
■ - :■, brother or friend who drlnka,
help them help themselves Write today.
A. TRKK TRIAL PACKAGE of Sa-
marlfl witli booklet elvIng full porticu-
lare, directions, testimonials, price, etc,,
\\ ill be sent tn ii pla n sealed packs
to anyone mentioning this paper. Cor-
ri »pon i- n <- Bacri dlj confld) tn al Phi
trial pai kage al m had often rured.
Write to-day. Th, Su marla Rem dy
Company, Dept Ab 49 Col borne stroet,
Toronto, Canada*
Also for Sale by    C.  R. Macdonald,
Dni££ist,  Revelstoke,  B.  C.
GOAL!
Plenty of Gait Lump Coal arriving.    Orders  will  have
prompt attention.
Oilier .it Kootenay Agencies
McKenzie As cue
on.l'n       '■:. i" h
East v        .        '       i.e.. '    i...t.b     UU
e '■ .,w3i fi, l1m.ii ■, tbence
uorth ia   chums,  thence en-., —t chains
to the poiut o; commencement,   con
taining UD acreB more or loss.
Dated Boptember 23rd, 1912.
JBAN BATISK  n ,,n,i',i.
Agent,
t issue ;i>pt. 25th
NOTICK
Hi'visi',1 Statutes of Oanada, 1906,
Chap. 116 and Amending Acts.
Pursuant tn tbe above Statute the
Columbia River Lumber Company,
Limited, give notice thai 36 days
after .late they intend to .-■,• I> 1 v hy
petition to the Uovernor-iii-t'ouncil
lor approval ol the site nn.l uf the
plans nf a bridge proposed to be constructed in and over the Columbia
Hiver at. or near a poiut. ahout    live
in.ie-s Sleuth uf Golden in lhe prov -
.mc of Uritish Columbia.
A plan and description of thfl proposed site and of the bridge to b«
constructed have heen deposited with
the Minister of l'uhiic Works at Ottawa and a duplicate thereof in the
Land  Registry ollice at Kelson, H.l'.
Dated this mh nay of November,
1912.
Oolumbia     River    Lumber Companj
Limited.
By their Solicitor,
1st iss. No.2n 5sv      0-eo. s. McOarter
PHONE
A. Davidson, PH4N
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that I, Flora Georgian
Mossman, occupation Married Woman
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lauds
Commencing at a post planted ou
the survey boundary ol block. SC3, ol
the Kaslo and SI can Railway Grant
about one mile from the Arrow Lake
on tbe east side and about two miles
north of the Tosvn ol Nakusp, theuco
north 20 chains, thence east 311 chains,
thence south 21) chaius, theuce west
20 chains to the point ol conimeikco-
nii'tn and containing forty acres more
or less.
Duted October 2-ith,  1912.
FLORA GEORGINA MOSSMAN.
1st  issue Nov.  G
places, it they ure to he delivered hy
aetiou, and  particularly agreeable iu j
every svay. They do not cause diar -
Lhn»ttuas day. rhoea,  nausea,  ilutulcncc griping    or
This is the advice o. postoiiico   ol- uny tnconvenienoe whines er.     Rexall
Uciais who stute mat some Christmas   Orderlies  ure  particularly, good      lor
mail ior Norway aud Sweden has ul-  children, aged aud delicate persons.
1'eUe.y   uumU  ues,aUoosl  turougb      the
Jseison omca. Hememhcr, you can get Itexull  Hem-
Dec,     tu is iut Lhai iststas iur mail-  edics in this community ouly at our
lug parcels and letters ior delivery iu siore—lbe  Hoxull  Store,  Wulter llews'
the   bntish     tsles on Christmas duy   drug store.
but     to     make absolutely sure that
We urge you to try Rexall Orderlies
ut our risk.  Two Blzes,  10c. uud 25c.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take uotice that 1, William Iloyd,
of Hnlcyon, b.C, occupation, Hotel
Keeper, intends to apply for pe; mission to purchase the following dwerib
i ed land:
i'.unu.eni-.ng ai a Poet planto.1 At
the North West Corner ol Lot 100,
oroup 1; thence north SO cbains folio,..ng lake shore, thence east 40
chains, thence soutb RO cbains, thence
s'.'.'st to chains to point of conini'nce-
uient.
Dated September 24th, 1912.
'st issue  Sept. 28 Wm. BOYD.
NOTIOB
N'i IBOU  Land District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that Patrick J. Murphy
of  West Denials,  b.  C,      occupation,
Rancher, inteudB to npply for permission io purchase the following described luuds:
Commeuciug at u posl, planted ut
the North East Corner of District
Lot No. 8504, theuce east 2il chains,
thence south 20 chains, thencc svest
20 cbains, thence north 20 ehuins, to
point of commencement, containing
40 acres. Land situated east of East
Demurs, B. O, Date of Locution, December 3rd, 1911.
Dated October 17th,  1912.
PATRICK   J.   MURPHY.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
lirst day of December next, application will bc made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal
ot the hotel license to sell liquor by
retuil in tho hotel known ns the
Glacier House hotel, situute at Glacier, iu the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 16th of October,  1912.
J. M. YOUNG, Applicaut.
1st issue Nov. 6.
tuail Will arrive in tuueit ts suggested that parcels , o despatched on Dec.
3 und tbut letters bo mulled several
days belore Dec. IU. Tbere will hc
no dolus ut the Hevelstoke OfflOS us
tbe mail ls made up each day aud do
■patched at the earliest possible moment     but at Christmus tune lu the
old country delivery is frequently delayed for several days on account of
tho heavy burden which is placod upon the omployes aud delivery facilities.
l'urcola and letters for custom
poiuts should ot mailed at Rovolstoko
on or before tho following dates:
Montreal, Dec. IG; Toronto, Dec. 1"
Winnipeg, Dec. 20; Alberta and Saskatchewan points, Doc. 21; Vancouvor
Dec. 22. If tho mail is dirocted to be
sent ono day earlier than theao dutes
Kinal dates for the dOBputob of
mail to United States points am
approximately the same us for plaoes
of ennui distance In Canada, but on
extra allowance ol one or two days
Bhould be made for ii'irlstorod moll.
An iiuiir.m liLjiUi..
Victoria, Nov. 88—"Hundreds ef
letters huve been received by tin de
partmont," Soys Hon. Price Ellison,
minister ol agriculture, "asking what
■tops the writers should tuke in 'eider to procure free stumping powder.
The department is compelled in each
cuso to reply that the government is
not distributing mumping powder
free, nor hus it any Intention of doing so, but thut, tho powder may lie
obtained through thc dopurtment at
its per box, while the factory retuil
price is $6.50 pcr box." U
Let Us Loan
You the Money
YOU TAKE NO RISK
Our Reputation and Money ia
Back of this Offer
We  pay  lor .ill  the     medicine used
during the trial, if our remedy (atli
lu completely relieve you ol constipation.   We  take all the auk, YOU »r«
Cut Trees on Crown Lands
Victoria, Nov. 30—Word has been
recoived from the mainland tbat the
West Canada Lumber Company bus
boon compelled to pay Into tbe pins
vini'i'ii treasury in satisfaction i.f a
jiiiigiiioni Bocured against ihem. tbe
Hum of $:'2in fm- the offence ol cut-
ting trees on crown land without licence BO to do.   This penally is  it the
llltl.   Ilf    Jill    pl  I     I     feel     J16    tie P.
lms   requiting specifically pre
ihii penalty.   During the past summer    mnny   hand logger) nml lumbei
eleuli'i'. ii a small way nlong the
const Iiave heen similarly Qoed lor
cutting Ireen on crown land, niiel Uiey
hnvo vigorously protested that the
largo corporation" were permitted to
offend without punishment wlllc the
smaller fry wero hold to strict sc-]
count tor ivory trcipau,
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AT
5°!o
To Buy
Build
PAY   OTF
MORTGAGES
OR    IMPROVE
REAL ESTATE
Sec Our I'lnn
Phone, Write or Call
the (\mm HOME
INVESfMENE (()., I ID.
C, 8. MARSHALL
Itrpipa, nutive
■ii—.
LIQUOR  ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given that on the
1st duy of December next, appiica -
tion will he mude to the Superintendent of I'rovincinl Police for renewal
of the hotel license to sell liquor hy
retail in the hotel known as the City
Hotel, situate iu Arrowhead, prov -
nice ui   British Columbia.
Dated this nth duy of October.
1H12.
ROBERT  CAYLEY,
1st   llss,  ne.i.i  Dud. Applicant.
NOTICK
lies elstoke Lund DistriJt.
Distiict ol West Kootenuy.
Tuke notice tbut 1,     l'Jtuel  Vcunu
Uoyd,   of   Hulcyou,   D.C,   UOO'lpattOU,
Married Woman, intends t.i upply ioi
pern Ion to purchase the imiowiug
described  lund:
Commencing ut „ post planted i.i
chains iu a westerly directiou iu.in
the South Eust Coruer of Let 7872,
Uroup l, iiiuiii' in i;u ii.ib i.ouiii.
thencc It) chums west to luko Bhore,
thenee 4u cbuius north, thonco 40
chums oast to point of uoiuuionco
min, containing u.u uens more .i
less.
Dated September jjltb, 1912.
ETHEL   VERONA   L.^D,
Per Wiu. ll.iyd, Agnt.
U. W. O.  W.
Mountain View Camp,  No.  I'l")
Meets Second    and     Fourth  Wudnas
diivs    in  each   month  in     Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Wiindmen are
i »11(   in' It.sfl  tn   i1"""''
K    .1    WOODLAND    Cor.    Hi i
1 s VSi.'-     M,.| '.I",   mr      •   I   •
FULL  LINE  OF   GENT'S   SHOES
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solid leather Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also carry a full line of Tan
Shoes.    Call and see them  before  purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
COURT      MT.      DEUB1B,    No.  Ml.
OF I.  O.  F.
m    it»  in   I    (      0    f     ia f
ispplng's  Hum*   <!•   '"       ■ «• ,   m.	
uid fourth Mondaj  In  u!..n'.h. Visit
nf, brethren cordially  welcomed.
O. W   BELL, O. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Rec.-S«c
sELKllllv      LODOE  12,   1.   O.  O.  K.
MeeU every     Thursday evening   in
Selkirk  Hall at 8  o'clock.      Visitinu
brethren  cordially  invited.
JOHN LYON       N.  G.
JAS.   MATHIE,   Sec.
GOLD RANGE LODOE,       K.  ol    P.,
NO.  '16,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   O.
Meets every  Wednesday  except   thf
Third Wednesday of each month     ir
Iddtellows'  Hall at 8  o'clock.  Visit
ng Knights are cordially invited.
F. W. TERRY, O. O.
O. H. BROOK, K. of R. ft 8.
u   nf r
•1ARVEY, McCARTER
AND  PINKHAM
Barristers,  Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial   Hank  Building   Revel-
stoki, B. O.
Money to Loan.
Otlices—Re v«l»tok»,    B.    O.,     aid
Cranbrook, B. O.
ieo. S. MeCarter,
\. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvsy
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
UOBERT SMITH.
Provincial  Land   Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineerini
IcKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX   lOfi.   REVELSTOKE
W.   H.   WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
P. O. Box 146, Revelstoke, B.C.
NOTION
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice thut 1, Adelard S.
Blondin, of Halcyon, B. C, occupation rihipwight, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the tollosving
described lands:
Commencing at u post plauted 20
cbains soutb of a point, in tbe South
uouudary of Lot 7872, Group One,
Kootenay District, which point is
Jistnut 40 chains West from the
douth Enst Corner of said Lot 7872,
and marked "Adelard S. Blondin's
Nortb-Eust Coruer Post"; thence
■iouth 40 chaius, theuce svest 20 chuius
.hence north 40 chains, tbence eust 20
chains to tho poiut of commencemeut
ontuining SO ucres more or less.
Dated  the 83rd  September,  1912.
ADELARD  S.   BLONDIN.
Agent.
.st issue Sept. 25th
Howson (3& Co.
Are prepared to Sell  Furniture, Carpets,
Linoleum  and alll House Furnishings
at Eastern Prices.
Ask for Cash Discount.
COAL and WOOD
Good Screened  Lump Coal (semi hard)
from Lethbridge now in
Birch, Firand ^Hemlock—dry—$6 to $7 a cord
Orders will receive prompt attention.     Phone No. 60
S. G. ROBBINS
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing C&,
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
I'hiiue 281
Night Phone 40
!'. O.  H.'x 4SV
riim¥T?^Ee^:IiIT»ftTj'!^;*g
- 'Ml ill
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
CHRISTMAS   SAILINGS
NOTICE
Revelstoke Laud District.
District oi Wat Kootenay.
Tuke notico that I, Samuel James
iiariosv, occupation, Farmer, intend*
to apply for permission to purehasi
tbe  lollowing described  lands:
Commencing at a poet plantod     ai
tho North ffesi Comer of    Lot BM8,
thenco west In iIiiiiiih, thenco south
10 chains, thence easl 40 chains,
tluncc north lo ehuins to point ol
commencement and coDtulUiug 100
acres more or less.
Hated   OetObet  21,1,1,   1912,
S AM1.UL  JAA11SS  HARLOW,
let issue Nov, «
WATER  NOTICE.
For a License to take und use Water
Notice     is     hereby  given  that  lhe
Canadian Pacific Railway  Company,
ol Montreal, will apply for a license
to tuke uud une One Cu. Bt. of water
out ol ■ .in,.ui Creek, which down in
a northern direction through Lot Mi;
and empties iuto Lurdo River nem
lierrurd, D. C. The wuter will bc diverted 1,000 [cct Irom truck und ssill
ne inr.l ior ruilwuy purposes on the
laud described us O.P.R, right ol wuy
This notico was posted ou the
nioiinel ou the itli dny of November,
rji2. The application will be filed in
lhe ollico ol tlle Water Recorder at
KevclHtoke.
Objections may  be  filed  with     the
■aid    Water    Recorder    or with the
Comptroller ol Wotor Rights,     Pot
(lament Buildings, Victoria, B.O,
Canadian Pacific Railway, Applicant,
iiy ic. D. Ireland, Agent,
Nelsou,  11. 0,
Ist Issue Nov. 13.
Portland, Maine Halifax Liverpool
Prom Prom
Portland Halifax
New s.s.   "Laurentic"    Dec   7 Dec.   8
■   "   s.s. Teutonic      "   14 "   15
"   s.s. Canada     "   21 "   _'J
New s.s. Megantic and Laurentic, 15,000 tone-. Largest frnin Canada, all
classes carried.
S.S. Teutonic, 682 feet, 18,000 h. p. 8. S. Canada, 514 feet, 10,000 tons.
Carry only second and third class. Baggage checked through to steamer in
bona.   No hotel ur Transfer Expenses.
WHITE STAU LINE WHITE STAR LINE
New York      Queenstown      Liverpool    New York    v ''b ■"'"»">■     Cherbourg.
* r Southampton
S.S.Celtic   Dec   5   S S    New   York Nov. 23
S. S. Cedrlc    Dec 12   S.S. St. Paul Dec.  14
S.S.Baltic      "   19  • S.S. St. Louie Dec.
'American Line Steamer.
Company's Office, 619 Second Ave., Seattle, 3 doors from Cherry Street,
Or A.G. BROOKER, Agent, - - C.P.R. Ry, Revelstoke.
Revelstoke General Aeencies, Limited
NOTICK
Rcvolstoko Land District,
District ot West Kootenuy.
Take notico thut 1, Lunu A. Illon-
din, of Halcyon, il. C., occupation
Married Woman, intends to apply for
permission to purchuse thc lollowing
described lands:
Commencing at u post planted   on
the South boundary of and 00 chains
West Irom the Bouth Kast Corner ol
Lot 7872, Oroup Ono, Kootenuy District, und marked "Lana A. lilo:idin'n
North-WcHt Corner Post"; thence
south 211 ehuins, thencc ouBt 40
chains, thenco north 20 chains lo said
south boundary of said Lot 7S72,
thenco svest along Baid boundary 40
chains mure oiIchb to tbe point of
commencement containing HO acres
moro or less.
Dated Heptemhor 2,1rd, 1SI12.
LANA  A.  ULONDIN,
Per A,  I-i.  Ulondlii, Agont.
lift lllUI Sept. 86.
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turning!
W "are in the manufacturing business
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings.  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office  and  Bar   Fixtures,   Storm
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds oi repair work done in good order.
We have a lull line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Hoofing
c7Wetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE  DRIVER
Everybody  knows him,  li,
tell yuu lhat I lie   whiskey* w.
selling are the liest.    Call anu,
convinced.    No housebold shorn
he without   ii  supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Nhlekeyi rat
Frapln liqueur Irnnriy, guaranteed
B0 years old m Wuokborry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes.   Our e-ioe-L
nf ohoioe Wlnai and Liquors of all
kimlK are unexcelled.      Hold Iiy all
llie leading lintels or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
importer* and Dealer* in Pur* wins*, uquor*, Cbjw* and ci»*r*tt** }
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4,  1912
TlEtim J&A.TT\s-JETTlTU±.J^'T},  £lEVi3LSTOIK"e
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4, 1912
WHITE PEOPLE
Patronize vour own color by sending all your washing
to the WEST' KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY. Get
your blankets in early to avoid the rush.
Bachelors, try our collars.
We have just installed a new collar machine which is
bound to please.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80
EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
Lunil)
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATE      85B
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
iwo iyn
* 3,1100,000 * el,ii()O,000
3,000.000 4,600,000
28,077.730 85,042,811
27.457,090 38,854,801
33,000,102 48,237,284
Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents in all
the Principal Cities in the World.
A OENERAL  BANKING BUSINESS  TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoko Branch. W. H   PRATT, Manager
Capital
Reserve    -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
. . It Miqht Be Cold. .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verilied by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. B0Y0, Proprietor.
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
I BUST NBWI/V REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals lor £6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
^iy^^y-
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, cn Suite
and with  Bath
umbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for tlie bnsh. I make a
specialty ol Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
reauirexl in vour bufllnesfl
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL  MINING
REGULATIONS.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85
NOTICE
The Revelstoke B, ('. Political
League will holel a mass meeting in
the Empress theatre, December Ktb.
Addresses wlll he given h." Miss I).
Davis and n Kpi'iiker from the roust.
Look for particulars next sveck.
NOTICE
I will he pleased to nuote prices on
straight or mixed curs of Timothy,
Prairie and Green Out Hay, F.O.B.,
Cochrane, Alta.
lt. A. Webster,
Cochrane,  Alta, Dox  318.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Laud District.
District ol West Kootenuy.
Take notice that 1, Johu Albert
Langc, ol London, England, occupa -
tioQ, Traveller, inteuds to apply lor
permission to purchase tho following
described lund:
Commeuciug at a Post planted hy
North East Corner of Lot 110U1, on
the Upper .Vrrow Lake, and roa'ked
"J.A.L.a.E. Corner," thence north
tti chains along the shore of AlTOW
Luke, thence west 20 chaius, tbtu'.e
south W chaius, theuce east -'J chains
to poiut ot cuuuneuceineut, coatu.n -
ing mi ucres, more or lets.
Dated tilth September,  Uil.
JOHN  ALDEHT LANula,
Per Fredrick. W. Terry, Agent.
1st issue Sept. 38th
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenuy.
Take notioe thut 1,  James .-
ol  Nak igp,  n.i  , occupation,
man,  intends to apply lor pei:
to purchase the (ollowing    d<
l.lUei.l
Commencing at a PoBt plant.-1    at
the  North  East  Corner  ol  Lot
I thencc north 20 chain*,  tbence     . st
-'     chains,    thence aouth
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or le
JAMES
m Nov. tth
ORIENTAL HOTEL
ibly furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Z\%-""~     Rate.* $i a d.ty.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBERT     ST03STE      PROP
Coul mining rights of the Domiuion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories uud in a portion of the Province of Dritish Columbia, may be leused lor a term ot
tweuty-oue years at au annual rental oi $1 an acre. Not more thau
2,5G0 acres will he leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
by the applicant iu persou to the
Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
in sviiich the rights applied for are
iituatcd.
lu surveyed territory the laud must
be described by sectious, or legal
sub-divisious of sectious, and iu un-
anrveyeJ territory the tract upplied
lor shull lie gtukeii out by the ap -
plicant  hiuiaelt.
Each applicant must be accompanied by a fee of iti which will be refunded If the rights applied for are
not available, but uot otherwise. A
royalty shall be puid ou the mer
chnntable output of the mine at the
rate of live' cents per ton.
The perBou operating the mine shall
furnish the Ageut with sworn returns
accounting tor the full quantity of
merchantable coul mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not beiug operated, sucb
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease will include the coal mia-
iug rights ouly, but the lessee may
lie permitted to purchuse whatever
available surface rights may be cou-
aidered necessury for the working ol
the mine at tbe rate ot $10.00 an
acre.
For full information application
should he made to the Secretary of
tho Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Ageut or Sub-Agent
of Dominion  Lands.
W.  W. CORY,
Deputy  MlniBter of tho Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT
Mrs. Edward Kennedy, of Meriden,
Conn., 40 years old, was advised by
her Physician to try Dr. Martcll's Female Pills, she did so with wonderful
results. Thousands of others would
say thc same. 20 years the standard
nt your Druggist.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Clean coal at Coursier's.
The "Sugar Bowl" hot chocolate,
colfee aud tea, etc., is unsurpassed.
If you are going to have calendars
for l'Jll, be sure you see my Bamples
before purchasing 'from outside agents
—A. Johnson.
Don't forget where you can get
thousands of Christmas cards to
choose from at Macdonald's drug
store.
The "Sugar Bowl Fountain!', like
Charlies Aunt, is still running. Wo
nre still serving out to satished customers our delicious ico cream, sodas
and  Sundaes.
Do your Christmas shopping early,
for various reasons, you will have a
lietter assortment to select from and
you will huve more time uow thuu
later on to  make  good selections.
Music Btore, McKenzie' Avenue. —
We are clearing out our entire stock
of musical goods at cost price. Here's
a chnnce to get a UBe:ul Christmas
preseut at small cost for cash. Hurry
upl  Hurry up! I
Don't neglect your house or build -
ings for tbe sako of the cost ot a
few repuirs. Remember "A stitch in
time euves nine." Vou huve all seen
my ad "Make hay while thc sun
shines." A ploaHine to call and estimate your little or big job. G.
McEsvan, phone 38,  Y.M.C.A.
Don't bend your back and rub your
lingers sore ou a wash board. Get
a vacuum washer and stand up as
straight as you like to your work. A
tubful ol clothes washed right and
cleun in throe to flve minutes.
The Vacuum clothes washer is demonstrated duily at the old Kootenay
otHces, First street at :i:l!0 p.m. It
is worth every woman's while to attend.
Mr. Railroad Man Huy your wife a
Vacuum clothes washer, the easiest
and latest thing out. Come to a dem
ontration any daj at 3:li0p.m., at old
Kooteuuy ollice building First St.
All subscribers not receiving thc paper regularly are requested to com -
'nun.cale with tbo editor, Muil-Heruld
Dox 914, Kevelstoke B.C., In order
that their complaints may bo recti-
lledf Write your full name and ad -
dress legibly, and your complaint will
be attended to promptly.
Tho "Sugar Bowl" Luncheonette ls
uow running in connection with our
soda fountain. Ladies will find here
a comfortable place to get an afternoon cup of tea, chocolate, coffee,
beef tea and light refreshments.
PRESERVATION
OF FORESTS
Investigations recently conducted in
the south-western United States go
to shosv that the bull pine (Pimm pou
derosa), such as grows in central
British Columbia will give an abundant supply of resin which can be used
in destination of turpentine. H. S.
Detts, in a foremost product Inborn -
tory Bulletin, entitled "Possibilities
of Western Pines as a Source of Naval Stores," describes a series of ex
pertinents carried on in Arizona, Colorado and California, in which the
trees tapped for reb-iu under the ordinary i'iip-and-gutter system yielded
tsvo-thirds the amount obtained from
the pines of Georgia and Florida,
whore turpentining is an old and established industry.
Tho weather conditions naturally re
tarded the llow of gum, but Forester
Uctts believes thut in time It is possible that the West will,derive a uew
revenue from its pine trees. These
facts arc of special Interest to Dritish Columbia, whose inland hills uro
largely covered with this species of
conifer
Outside of the agricultural lands,
those under water, covered with snow
or still unexplored, it is estimated
that there is in Dritish Oolumbia an
area of 6!> million acres capable of
producing merchantable timber. R.E.
Benedict, chief of operation in the
forest brunch, stated recently that the
amount of wood annually added to
the standing forests through thc natural process of growth, is 10(1 feet
per acre. Home it would appear that
Ul billion feet of timber is being added as interest to the wood capital
every year.
This is an amount considerably
greater than that of all tho lumber
cut in the Dominion in the year 11110
Mr. Benedict places the value of
this growth roughly at $11)0,000,000
pcr annum but benefits in excess of
this amount will certainly accrue. At
the present time, when only onc-
quartcr of the annual growth is being cut, tho returns to the community are over $38,000,000 a year. The
circulation of nesv wealth in thc province is the factor which is playing
a more important part than nils' oth
er in developing this great  Last West
But there is one cssentiul. Firo
must bc kept out of the forestR, A
dry season aitd a little earelessacss
might combine at any 'time to sweep
a great part of the greatest of the
Province's resources  out of existence.
The efforts of all thc fire rangers in
the province would be of no avail if
n really large fire got under way. It
is by care every day in the year tbat
every citizenu can help to reduce the
fire Iosb, and build strong the basis
of his own prosperity.
The foresters in charge of thc national forest of Arizona have printed
a placard as follows:
Tbo six rules for care with fire in
the mountains:
If every member of the public strict
ly observes these simple rules the
great annual lose hy forest fires will
be reduced to a minimum.
1. Bo sure your match is out before you throw it away.
2. Knock out your pipe ashes or
throw yonr cigar or cigarette stump
where  there is nothing to catch fire,
3. Don't, build a camplire any larger than is absolutely necessary. Never leave it, even for a short time,
even for a short time, without put -
ting it out with water or earth.
4. Don't build a campfiro against
a tree or log. Build a small ono
Where .sou can scrape away the needles, leaves or grass from all sides
of It.
6.   Don't  build  bonfires.   The  wind
may come up at any time and start
a tiro which you cannot control.
|    fl.   If   you     discover a  lire,  put it
I out if possible; if you can't, get word
. of it  to    the     nearest     government
forest ranger or State fire warden us
quickly  as you possibly can.
Tho Western Forestry aud Conserva
tion Association, representing tho llvo
timber Pacific States, sets thc standard for forest lire lighting. Among
its methods is the circulation among
the people of hundreds of thousands
of pamphlets, play-cards, stickers and
warnings, svhich are sometimes appeals, and sometimes warnings, as
to the 'importance of the forests thru
the community at lurge and whut a
loss would be involved in their destruction.
WINTER TIME TABLE
EAST BOUND.
No.
4—Arrives  24:45,   Departs
24:55
No.
14—Arrives    7:20,   Doparts
7:40
No.
2—Arrives 11:55, Departs
WEST BOUND.
12:15
No.
3—Arrives    G:48,   Departs
7.03
No.
1—Arrives    16k,  Doparts
16:20.
No.
13—Arrives 18:15, Departs
SOUTH TRAIN.
18:35
Arrives  15:40,  leaves  7:45 a.m
The Lone Star Cleaning and Pressing Eporium, will make your old
clothes look like now. Try our New
Clubbing Rate, four suits aud lour
extra pants pressed pcr montb, for
two dollars and fifty ognts. Don't tor-
get tho addreBs—Lone Star Cleaning
and Pressing, Shoe shine und Messenger Service, McKenzie Avenue, near
Star theatre.
Central Hotel
Abraham        Bn i,
Props.
First-t'lass in ail
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
RtVtLSTOKE, B. C.
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
tinsmith Repair*, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnnoe work
-WORK   8HOP-
Oonnaught Ave,  •  Reveletoke
UNION HOTEL.
ARKOWHHAil. H. i
Npeclal Attention ulten tn OOmmSfolsl
men and tourintn. Plttt-ClBSI Hwnplf
rooms. Ki nent scenery in llnlish Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lak a.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
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LrOOOIHI h  MANI.KV,
nl Wetaskiwin, Albtite, leWeltori
lor Applicants.
C weeks, ltrt Ihu* Nov. »th
"My GURNEY
OXFORD
jumped right in
and helped with
my housekeeping"
Dear Edith,
In a general way I have wished you all the
good things I know of. so now I am going to descend
In the practical and give you some sound advice
frnm the store I have accumulated since I started
housekeeping.
Housekeeping naturally suggests the kitchen
first its equipment and management, or in other
words, THE RANGE
My range, as you know, is n Gurney-Oxford. I
never enjoyed mur h of a reputation as n cook in my
younger days, so when I thought of being responsible
for three meals a day my heart sank. I imagined
myself battling all day with a sulky range, trying
to coax it into a good humour, and covered with
mortification because of late or spoiled meals. But
my dear, my Gurney-Oxford seemed to sympathize
with my inexperience.    From the day it came it
jumped right in and helped. It has become my
good right hand, and I go my way confident that
my Gurney-Oxford will not disappoint me.
It has the cleverest arrangement for regulating
the drafts, well named the Gurney Economizer. One
small lever put up or down does everything. The
fire will stay in all day, hardly burning any coal at
all—then, presto 1 m It is burning brightly, ready to
bake or roast. An arrangement of flues keeps the
oven always properly heated, so that the biscuits
or bread come out light and crisp and brown. Yes,
Edith, as Bob says, I have developed into " some
cook," and I often tell him he must give at least half
the credit to our Gurney-Oxford.
You will understand my enthusiasm better aftor
you have had your Gurney-Oxford a month or to.
Sincerely Yours,
MARY HOUSEWIFE.
Reitestoke J-tardware Co.
RKVKL.STOK.E, B.C.
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TIBIIRJ MAlIrH ttl-K^-LiJU    Ti    "V fcliJ W'X'' > .ts a
WEDS'ICSDAY,  DfiC.   I.  1912
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THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
C. £. ftume & Co.. limited
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OUR mt MOTTO
Classy Shoes: in ni*wt>i design;
at a mii.in.um cost   toi    n hxi
mum wcai.
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OUR DRY GOODS  DEPARTMENT
Christmas Only Three Weeks Away Now
Already we are feeling the' pressure
of Christmas business and would
advise shopping as early as possible. Every department is crowded
with desirable Christmas Gifts and
everything is nicely put up in fancy
containers and boxes that add an
attractiveness to any gift.
SHOP EARLY—Take the Elevator to the Drygoods Department.
We will put any article in the store
away for you until you want it.
HOLIDAY GOODS in all departments of the Store.
BEAUTIFUL   FURS
A ROYAL GIFT.—We have a few
lovely Setts of Persian Lamb, Grey
Lamb, Isabella Fox and Thibet that
would delight any lady. No better
Christinas offering than  Furs.
Groceries and Crockery Department
NEW FRUiTS
Are now in, consisting of Eating Figs, Tabic
Raisins, Dates, Cookrhg Figs,   Seeded   Raisins in packages,   Sultana   Raisins,   Currants,
and New Nuts of all kinds.
NEW OLIVES
New Olives, Heinz's Ouehess, 6 oz. bottles;
Gold Seal Slutted, Nut Stuffed, Nabob, 25 oz.
bottles, Crosse & Blackwell's Queen, pint
bottles, Ripe Olives in tins.
NEW CHEESE
Macl.aren's—small and medium sized jars.
Stilton Cheese by thc lb.; Canadian by the lb.;
Limberger, by the block; Comembcrt, by the
tin.
Candied  Cherries,   Candied  Assorted   Fruits,
Pine Apple, Citron, Lemon and Orange.
Noel's   Preserved   Fruits;    Preserved   Figs,
Cherries Preserved in Maraschina in half pt.,
pint and quart bottles,   Preserved Pine Apple.
A NICE LINE OF FISH
Crab Meat, Anchovies in kegs and bottles,
Stock Fish, Sardines, Kastern Clams, Oysters, Lobsters, Schritrips and Salmon.
MEATS IN GLASS JARS
Clark's Lunch Tongue; Crosse & Blackwell's
Lunch Tongue ; St. Ivel Lunch Tongue, St.
Ivel Ox Tongue; Crosse & Blackwell's Chicken Breasts; Sliced Dried Beef; Preminm
Bacon Sliced.
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AIID SATURDAY ONLY
Mixed  Horse Radish
Rowats' I'ickles
Mushroom Catsup
Walnut Catsup
10c. per bottle
15c. per bottle
Joe. per bottle
20c. per bottle
WAIST LENGTHS
Silk Waist Lengths make a very acceptable gift.
These are extra nicely boxed this year and the
display is better than ever. A nice range to choose
from
$2.00 to $5.00
LADIES UMBRELLAS
Are always useful; a great range  to  select  from.
The new Ebony and Sterling  Handles and  some
very nice mounts in gold and pearl and sliver  and
pearl.
The sensible gifts of hose, gloves,   handkerchiefs,
mufflers, tics, collars, etc., are all nicely boxed.
GLOVES ARE APPRECIATED
The lovely long Evening Gloves  n Blacks, Tans,
Browns, White, etc., and the street gloves in all
the best standard French make. When in doubt
give gloves.
$I.OO and $1.50
COLLARS AND  NECKWEAR
The new Fissue Bows and Jabots and lovely Lace
Collars in all the wanted kinds, up to Real Irish
Hand Crochet
50c. to $1.00
Do Your Xmas Shopping Early
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We have just received a full shipment of Underwear direct from the Old Country
mills, This shipment has been delayed many weeks, and as it comprises something
over a thousand suits, we are puuing these lines on at very special prices. Never be-
foJe has this mill sold direct to the retailer and we are giving yon the benefit ot the
middleman's profit. It means money for you and increased sales for us. Let us show
you these lines and convince you of the genuine money-saving prices we are offering.
GENUINE GOLD FLEECE—Pure wool, light golden
color. Everyone knows this line and knows that
it can't be obtained under $7,00 per suit. Full
fashioned perforated gussets, spliced knees,
and elbows	
Our Price, $5.50 Per Suit
PURE WOOL NATURAL-Heavy weight, button
shoulder, spliced knees, seats and elbows.
Perforated arm pits, unshrinkable natural
shade, tipped sleeve, double breasted	
Our Price, $4.50 Per Suit
NATURAL WOOL-OUR LEADER-Vou can't
duplicate it for anything like the money. Unshrinkable, hard wearing, natural color, double
breasted	
Prices, $1.50 Per Garment.   $2,75 Per Suit
GENUINE INDIAN CASHMERE-An ideal Xmas
present; feels like silk, but is pure wool. Absolutely unshrinkable. Dark fawn shade,
heavy weight. The best ever offered. You
can't buy it elsewhere under $12 per suit	
Our Price, $9.00 Per Suit
PURE WOOL WhTTE-Softassilk. unshrinkable,
beautifully made in every particular. A line
which will not irritate the most sensitive skin.
Special in every particular.
Our Price, $5.00 Per Suit
We invite your inspection of
Our Special Old Country Underwear shipment justto hand.
XMAS GIFTS PAD EXCELLENCE
c^VIEN'S COLLAR BAGS—A line that will surely win with you.     Both round and
st|inirt\ and prices that can't be beaten.    Consult your lisl and then come to us.
OUR LEADER. — Genuine Leather Bag, silk lined,   with  silk   draw  strings.    Full
size price, $1.00
Other lines at $i .50, $1.75 and $2 00 in either finished or unfinished calf skin, in green,
brown and black,
GENUINE MOROCCO—Black color; wear a life time Price, $5.00 Each
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
CURTAINS
We are showing a few nice linesof Curtains, Screens and Madras by the
yard from 20c. to 50c, also many different patterns of Lace Curtains.
You will do well to see them before buying.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT
On Carpet and Carpet Squares we are making a Special Discount of 20
per cent, on an already low price. There are some exceptional good
bargains in Tapestry and Brussels. We are mading this offer for 10
days only.
House Furnishings
To make the home attractive and comfortable is the aim of all, more so
at Christmas. If you wish to give the impression of Home, Sweet Home
to yourselves and children, a cozy welcome to your friends, you cannot
do better than get one or more of our new rugs, of which we have a new
and select assortment, from $2.50 to $8.00 in|all colors. They make a
very Bcceptable Gift.
J NESDAY, DEC. 4, 1012
£10   IML&TXi-ttimZJLXJD,   laijC^T^lLSTO^:^
WEDNESDAY, DEC.  4, 1912
NEW GOODS      NEW GOODS
Ladies Evening Dresses
Si es ::. J4, j6 Prices—$23.50, $25,
$2S 11 IS ;. 5 ■■ Call in and see thei c
dresses. If no color ts1 suit, y.m take
vour order foi anj   color you may want.
Ladies' Waists
. ■.  Chiffon    md   Tailore i   I inen
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Ladies F
adies 1 urs
NECK RUFFS .ANO MUFFS
Bargains in Fail Suits
For Ladies,    Regular   Prtce,   $23,   $25
,111! $28. Sale Price   $1(1.50
FIFTH ANNUAL FANCY DRESS
Masquerade Ball
L'NDKK AUSPICES OF I-1KK   BRIGADE   .Ns).    I
ro   BE   IUU.1)   IN
OPERA HOUSE, DEC.  II,  1912
Special music for the occasion bj the REVELSTOKE ORCHESTRA
(irand March al 9 p. m. sharp. Floor reserved until 11 p.m.
I'm-those in fancy costume only. For further particulars
apply to
T. STEED, Secretary. S. NEEDHAM, Chief.
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Ladies' Hand Bags
These are American manufacture.   Price
from Si.oo  up.    They   arc   bright  and
Iliads.' in the latest shapes.
Millinery! Millinery!
Trimmed  Hats.    Regular $12 and
$1U.    Now on Sale for $b.00.
PARLIAMENT
Come io and Sec Our Display
ol Suitable Xmss Coods
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A FEW XMAS SPECIALS   \ew   Nuts
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Phone 41      A.   HOBSON       Box 734
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lievelstoke inside Property
I ■ the mosl ilesir-
L,ast week svi untile several u ocal buyers ami it will oi       i   i
eliort uuu closed out.
..all .it oui ouice .;    . ■ e    our property can
Oil    l.l>e     ..
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
W.F. Maclean Espoused Demands of Canadian Wes'i
for Reduction in Freigh;
Rates.
Ottawa, Deo '..' I're hulily tlie
nioal inti<iv.>-!iMje ili \ i Inpmunl In inn
ueoliou with the dubnle oil i he uddroN
in tlle Commons to-day svusu speech
by Mr. W.F. Maclean, Conner vat 1st!
nn ■min'!- I'm' S, i,iih Veerls, ai lm espoused the demands of ihe' Oanadian
Wesl for a reduction In the rrciu-11
rates. Me. Mae-lean advocated acl Ion
by Parliament rather than by the
Ituilway Commission in n-'.nil te.
I't'rtiubt reductions and othei matters
.illVciinu; transpoi'latiiin, tin creation
of mergers, Btock waterinLr, ulc. lit*
said that Parliauii'nt Bhuiiltl passi
series of amendments to lhu K.iihvas
Vet, cli'iii'ly ili-liniiii; a mtmber of re
forms ol Im in lit io I he \e opie Includ'
in}; the reduction of tho pussengti
rati i to l vs,i e. me per mile  and  the
mIi.'hi i U»rrii i i !■■ 1  disli id s i-i u-
gard to rates, Tbere was no reasoi
In the world, hu said, why the Wesl
Bhould be discriminated against jusi
beci use It ssas ibe West.
During the afternoon the debate
followed lhe couaaa sel during thi
discu-ision *»1 last ssrel,, the speakers
lie-mi: .Mr. Ueorge Bradbury, ot Se)
!,i k, .ii ei Mr, N.i- i,. ul Humboldt
Mr, Bradbury entered iMe, ,, |0n;
e - planatlon of defence <el '.iie- :,,■■■',,:
of ll  'Ml   istei   ..I   1 ii.aiie.'  in   ri'pai i
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Itatcl ■■■■■        ititl   M i    elt i   io
chai ■ ■ iteied i sl hecau*e
nn red isl ibiu miii bill had been foil -
shadowed in the Speech from the
Throne.
Miller Bros. Motion Pictures
Miller Bros,   101   Ranch  Motion  Pic-,
inns.  Empress   Theatre Baturday at-
. tii noun  and night.
Showing industrial BCunes e.l the lar
gest most modern ranch farm in tlni
world iiim farm mules Itm yoke ol ox.
en, 1000 [arm bauds, loghaullng, harvesting, 1400 acres ot alfalfa, mowtng
! raking, stacking, baling and market-
j lug, See the bucking mustangs, thr
I ssiiil freedom, the recktesB abandon
lhi'. desperate daring anil doings, the
swinging, singing life of the rolling
plains, tbe Buflalo Hunt, The Indian
Camp, Killing wild Buflalos Indian
War dances, Indian War Games, skin
ning and preparing the Buflalo for
the feast, the annual full round up of
10,000  brail of cuttle.
A hundred and one features Interest
Ing to both old and yotiug alike,
most siestly pictures ever produced,
ssail for this one, Trices  lli-HO-llac.
XMAS IS COMING!!
Buy something useful. Your friends will
appreciate some useful, sensible presents
such as we can sell you, much more than a
fancy trifle that will soon be worthless. We
have something for everybody.—
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The  Lone  .Star Cleaning and  I'r. ss
in.:   Eporlum,   will    make    your    old
clothes look like new.     Try our Nesv
Clubbing  Kale,  lour suits    nnd    tour
extra pants pressed per month,     for
two dollars and lifty cants. Don't for
gel   tho  address—Lone  Stnr  Cleaning
and  Pressing,  Shoe shine and Messen
err  Service,  McKenzie Avenue,    near
Star theatre.
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Importer of
Irish Linens
llamas!;, Sh. etine. Pillow
Linens,   Fancy Linen
Goods, Sic, &c.
SUITABLE   XMAS   PRESENTS
Mrs. Thompson Porter
FOURTH STREET KAST
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For the Boy
Hand Sleighs, from	
 11.25 to $3.25
Pocket Knives	
 10c to $2.00
Watches     $1.00, $1.25
For Dad
Gillette Safety Razors,
single and in sets	
 $5 to.f(i,50
Auto Strop $5.00
Ofllce Sets $1.50
Fountain Pens $1.25
Carvers,  in  sets,  from
 $2 to $1.76
For the Girl
Sewing Sets, from	
 40c. to $1.50
Manicure Sets, from	
 SOc. to J8.60
Pearl handles, knives &
forks set 40c to $2
Fortt
amma
Knives,  forks,   spoons,
from 75c to $0,50  per
dozen.
Butter   Dishes,     Cake
Plates and Flat Ware of
all kinds.
Carpet Sweeper	
 $3.25 to *4.50
Electric Irons, Toasters
and Heaters.
These are just a few of the many lines we have in
stock- Come in and we will put away any piece
you pick on till Xmas Eve.
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
HOWSON BLOCK
OPERA   HOUSE
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THE CAPITAL OF CANADA'S ALPS
is lhe most talked of Cily in the Interior of British Columbia
just now. Outsiders from all directions are getting wise to the
movement on here and we have had enquiries not only tor good
realty buys, but also for vacant stores to rent, which shows
that some people are awake to the fact that there are big things
in store for Revelsloke this coming year, Values are steadily
increasing and several of our listings have been advanced dur
ing the last few days.
Now Is the Time to Buy
Bews' Drug Store
Mew Hooks
Corporal l amen n—Ralph Conno
The Net—Rex Beach
Rhymes of a Rolling Stone—-Service 	
The Lost World   ( onan Doyle
n of the Sun- Jack London
Their Yesterdays—Harold Bell Wright
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XMAS NEAR;
TRUNKS! TRUNKS! TRUNK
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Fil-RiTorm Clothing Stetson  li Foot-Rite 5!ioes
(J. FEW SPECIALS FROM OUR LIST
100 Feel on Seventh Street, well located     $1500
100 Feet on Eighth Sireet. a snap at       1300
I   nn- Lots on Seventh Street, under market value, each 350
oModern House for sale on Second St           1800
Modern House lor sale on Third Street            2200
Modern House, Lot 50 x 100, Fifth Street     2550
We have ■ ral excellent lots for ■al»- on hirst Street,
V ' .ii . feel frontage, from $350 to $550. These
prices are good for short time only.
J. B. Watson Realty Company
E. Q  FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
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