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perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price   $60";
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"Revetstoke, the Capital of Canada!s Alps."
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Vol. 18-No 84
REVELSTOKE. B. C. DEC 7, 1912
$2.50 Per Year
TaMe^focM
CANADIAN CONTRIBUTION
FOR IMP[RIAL NAVY
f '.ti«-i«"—
A good time to make a selection
Chrismas will soon be here
We will lay them aside for you
TABLE KNIVES and FORKS
White or Plated Goods
Prom $2.00 ei Do/.
Carving Set* in Cases
Price $4.00
Premier li. L Borden Proposes Grant ll
—Admiralty Memorantium Outlines necessity
of Empire's Co-Operation for Naval Defence-
Coast Defence Ships Built in Dominion Yards.
TABLE DESSERT TEA and
eoi-'l'EE SIM kins
See Our '1\ a Spoon Special
75 ets. lloz.
Pocket Knives Never  Such   Values
10 ets. to }l,o0
SCISSORS
We are making a special on this line
Scissiors 1.50 1.25 and 1.00 for 75 ets.
Every pair guaranteed
Q.^y(yOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6.000,000.00
6,460,00u.00
6,460,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Branched or Agents at all principal points in.Canada,
Agent* in iir-.n Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle— Soattlo National Bank, San Fran-
eieco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,  received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch - A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Jo<KHKHKKK><H«K>0<><KX>O<KKHH><i
JOCKEY SHOES
A Line in  Misses and Children's
Sizes, just received
MRS. A. 6. CRICK. ■ First Street
TIRED
•
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
ssill refresh you with its bright,   spicy
Bavoi nnil Eragrancy.   Sold in 1 lb.
l.'.'iil package*
Price,
35c, 40c. and 50c. per lb.
O.
W. BELL
P. O   Box 208            QROCER & BAKER            Phone Ne. 23
Newcombe Players and Pianos
Over 15,000 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.   Plume   2(52
WINDSOR   CAFE  AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Tralnnini, tiinlei'sotii hi;i'l'|i'eil-1 e Inn.   Quick Knrlct.    PtffKt CIcaulineM
nml Rsasonablr Prlcts,    Olw i ■ i Trial.    "Wr Naw Meete."
Ot'tasva, Dec. '.,.—To a crowded
nnd cheering house ol commons this
iiftcrnoon Ht. Hon. Ii. L. Borden,
premier of Canada, announced that
his government had decided to make
tho imperial authorities a gift ol
thirty-live million dollars for the pur
pose of building three dreadnoughts,
io be added to the imperial navy,
and to be at the disposition of the
Uritish admiralty for the purpose of
aiding to maintain the security and
integrity of the great empire of
which Canada forms a part.
In the course of his speech Mr. Bor
d8n road     to the house a memorand-
! dum   sent to him by the Britisli ad.
I miralty in which the international
situation is set  forth  with the great
i est clearness, the rapid rise oi tha
German navy sketched and the measures nei-essary for     the maintenance
! of the empire's safty and predominance  outlined.   The concluding para-
1 graph of this memorandum is the key
l -note of  tho     whole of the Canadian
government's policy, for it -ets forth
the unquestioned desire of the British
admiralty for a donation.   It says:
"The prime minister of the domin
ion having     Inquired In what form
any     Immediate    aid  thai   Canada
might give  would  In'  most effective
sve havo no hesitation In answering
after a  prolonged consideration    of
all that circumstances, that it is   de
Birnble     that     such aid should include     the     provision of a certain
number ot     the largest and strongest ships   of war whieh science can
build or money supply."
WILL BEAR CANADIAN NAMES
Mr.     Borden     stated that tho new
ships would all bear names of histor
ic  Canadian interest,  and  opportunities     would   be     given to Canadian
otticers especially to serve on them.
Thc ships will he built in thc Unit
ed Kingdom, under admiralty supervision, as there are at present Ume
no lactilities for building them in
Canada.
In this connection Mr. Borden announced that hc had secured the assurance of the admiralty that ths'y
are prepared, in the early future, to
give orders for the construction in
Canada of small cruisers, oil tank
vessels and auxiliary vessels of various kinds. Thus will the basis be
laid for a great shipbuilding industry in Canada. The admiralty is not
taking this important stop as a quid
pro quo for Canada's aid, but because they knosv it is not to the em
pire's advantage that all its shipbuilding resources should bc concentrated in the United Kingdom.
Mr. Botdon further announce'.1 llmt
he had made arrangements with the
British government that if the time
should come when it was thought,
necessary to havo thc Canadian unit
of the imperial navy, these three.
dreadnoughts would he returned to
the dominion, and become a uucIcub
of the new fleet, when of course,
their up keep would devolve uu
Canada.
Mr, Borden further announced that
ments made in Great Britain this
summer to the elTcct that the time
hael eome svhen the great dominions
should be givon a share in directing
the policies of peace or war for thc
svhole empire. Such a plan, however
could not l>c worked out In aday and
he   had   made    an   arrangement,   while
In London, that u permanent Canad'
Ian minister should he stationed
there with a seat on the Imperial do
fence. Neither the foreign ollico nor
the cabinet make an important move
Without consulting this body and the
arrangement would practically give
Canada a voice in thc empire's
foreign  policy.
pr
CHRISTMAS  DISPLAY
•si
Branching Out
| The Hnll-Sibbftld Syndicate have
taken all their lots oil' the market.
TIipbo lots are all situated in tliu svest
clul uf the town. Tlii< firm has sold
nearly thirty lots during the past ten
jthivs. It is expected that the prices
I will be doubled before they are again
placed on the market.
The Kevelstoke General   Agencies,
Ltd., managers and agents of the I lull-
Sibbald   Syndicate,   report   that   business is brisk in fact better than it has
| been for years    This Iiim confidently
Iexpects n big rise in tin1 value ol town
property within tbe next six months,
The   lievelstoke   lieneral Agencies
.ue   branching out,  havlug  recently
established an agency at Golden. Tbis
' makes  two    ness'   branches.    Hue  in
Loudon at  201-202    .Mansion    House
Chambers,   London, and the' Golden
branch.
dur Christmas display includes a .I'm ee e oi :!'.' Famous Zanes-
ville Art rollers, Jardinieres, Pedestals, Flower Pots, Bean
Pots, Hanging Baskets, Pudding and Custard Dishes, Fire Clay
Caaserolls with nr ssiih,nu stands, SEE OUR CORNER
WINDOW.
CUT   GLASS AND  SILVER  DEPOSIT WARE
The very newest anil finest patterns in Cut Class uoss on sinew
Water Ium-. Decanters, Berry Bowls, Nappies, Sugars ami
Creams, Vases, all sizes, Tumblers,  an.! a large  collection of
small fancy pieees.
(lur Utopian Silver Deposit ware is the Common mark of quality
at ptiees whicli make them go     ;~ee oui displas nf these goods.
GROCERIES
Our Grocery Department is complete in all the Xmas Fruits,
Layer Kai-ins, (.rape-. Figs, Japanese Oranges, Christie's
Xmas Cake, Plum Pudding and Choice Fanc>' Biscnits, Nuts ol
all kinds, Choice Apples and Vegetables in abundance,
HARDWARE
Carving Sets and Choice Silverware, Pocket Knives, Safety
Razors and Shaving Supplies, spurting Goods, a new supply of
McOlary'a Ranges and Heaters just arrived
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
te.
Plumbing
Heating
Special Attention Paul to Mail Orders
Tinsmithing
a
honor_roll  BOARD OF TRADE
REGULAR MEETING
A. G. THIAKISONi     -      MANAGER
Standing of Pupils at Central
and Selkirk Schools
The Honor List for the Public
Schools for tbe month of Novembei
is      follows:
CENTRAL school
Entrance Class.—E. MeKinnon, V.
Bell, X. Fleetham, S. GaUicano, T.
Loftus.
Intermediate Fourth M. Lawrence,
V. Jollllfe, M. Whlttaker, E. Johnson,
D. MeCarter.
1. nv Fourth -M. Simmonds, 1).
Fn.ser, JI, Johnson, li. Luughton, -\.
Lundell,
High Third.-D. McGregor, E. Fish,
J. Lonzo, \V. dough, A. Smythe.
Losv Third.—E. Tapping, G, Field,
C. Davis, B. Williamson, A. Fleet-
bam.
High Second.—L. Bonj-ard, J. Morgan, W. McRae, (F. Cooke, F. McDonald, T. McGregor), (E. Shuttle-
wood, li. Bruce).
Losv Second- M. Hell, J. MeKinnon
\V. Dunn), 1". McKellor, G. Campbell,
M. Southworth, M. Daniels.
High First.—W. Smytbe, !>. Bun-
Dell, E. Lilly, G. Barraclough, P.
Oowan.
Low First. T. Leigb, G. Trimble,
W. Jauileson, 11. McRae, A. Davis.
High Sohool Pr. I>. Leigh, A.
Bourne, S. Burridge, A. Abrahamson,
Losv Seoond Pr,—J. Mainprise, D.
Southworth. J. Allott, L. Parry, R.
Upper.
Loss Fust iv. 0.Smythe, I). Williamson, B. Try lor, A Johnson.
SBLKIBK si HOOL
High Thud Header D. Porta, 1).
Mackenrot, I). Lvndel, 1'. Skene, F.
Horia.
Losv Third Reader—L. Hobson, D.
lluiue. C, Johnson, L. Ui'iggr, \Y.
Cameron.
High II Readei ttlsleFrey, Chester
Lougheed, Jack Muiray, Tilly Frey,
Jne Clock.
Losv II Reader—Polko Kulezsclii,
(Robert Beech, Lama Beech) lilsie
Davenport, (Edmund Kincaid, Huth
landmen k I, Mai >' Porta.
Ilml. First Header— E. Frev, E.
Oomuitl, J. Crawford, (L. Hayward,
J. Moran, D. Stacy), T. Jackson,
Losv Fits', Readei     EB. Macdonell, D.
Purvis, H. Hell, o. Young, E. Mo-
Arthur.
High Se.Lini Primer Veronica Pal"
eck, Han.id Poi tei, Alice Tevln, Cecil
lv.: 11 j I >.-. le s. liny Miclelll.
Low Second Primer VVendall Porter, Wesley Henderson, Ueleu Btlgga.
LCIalue Robiiins, Ulga Johnson.
Low Second Primei    K. Rowlett, 0.
M.n spiiioi. .A. Rowlett, it. Turk),
(J, Keesscil. ii. Kilpatrick)), C. Lluioz-
ki, A. Corning,   (Willie  Koblnsou, P.
I lean i.
lilgh Firsl l'iIniei. F. Skene. J.
Mellui,    li,  I . id,    I..   li'S.    I-  I'liul. •
Hnl.
Lms  First   i'liu,i •     D irolhy .'.ei
son,   Kmi i,..en.   >i|um leli    :.,s.   Oci tie
Morgan, I. ■ .>i. u.i.,.  Ulan   U  sson,
l'i nn.n siii-      11 ,. :..   1/ovnll,    As-
Ulllll    Mag   ele   |    .    I, ,    ,   III,I     llalll--.     .1,.lllll
Hit..', Jubuuie Crawford,
That Mable Lake Road.-Delays to Arrow Lakes Freight
Shipments.-Investigating the Wetaskiwin Y.and
Revelstoke Railway. -Phone Communication With
Vernon.-Other Business.
The Bourd of Trade met ia regular meeting on Thursday evening
lust, at the City Hall. President C.
li. Hume occupied the chair, some
twenty  members were preseut.
minutes of regular meeting held
November Tth weie read and adopted
Secretary Mc\ ity then read various
communications including, letter from
tne Provincial Government covering
cheque lor $la being refund of amount
expended by thc Board in COMlSClioD
ssith thc Hevelstoke section ol tbe
B.C. lixhiljit sent to the Bry Funning Congress at Letuhridge this Fall,
and for which Kinduess the thauks of
che Hoard were tendered to the department.
FREIGHT   BELAYS
Various    members      of      the Hoard
made     strong    complaints  regarding \
Lhe C. P.  Hy. freight service between'
itevelstoke and   Lake  Side  tioiuU.
Prescient C.  B. llqinc,  I am sorry
to have to endorse these comi>LaiiHs,
.rom     rcgretable    experiences  in  my I
own  ,ehm.ness.
Mr. W. M. Lawrence, Yes, can
iiuotc several Instances of gross de.
lays Which have ocurred within the
.as tfew weeks.
A. McRao, This is an old matter,
and whieh has been before this baard
lor years. It must hc now strongly
laken   up,
0. II. Hume, We arc simply losing;
ali  the South  business.
Mayor Sutherland, Documentary
evidence should be hied, und later ■
submitted to Mr. Uury.
A. Mcltae, The necessary duta
should lie collected, ready lor either
.sir. Uury or the Huilwuy Coinnus
Ion. The deluys should bo in cubos
of shipments to recognised shipping
.ii.ni.-. so iio excuse is uvuiluble lor
the Huilwuy Company, 1 understand
there are  Innumerable  such cases for
complaint.
Mr. A, U. McCleneghan, This mat ,
ter has been taken up with Mr. llury
neforo.
MORE COMMUNICATIONS
A request from Kamloops, address
id to the Provincial (lovernnient, in
favor of the granting of assistance
towards supporting a penniiiii'iil
bacteriologist anil laboratory at the
Kamloops Samtoriuin, was endorsed
by  the bourd.
H. F, Green Mi I'.,wrote acknow
b.dgiug     receipt     of     a oopy ol tbu
board of trade resolutions regarding
the      settuiciit      nf   the   Hallway   Boll
Lands in   10  acre  blocks,
A  letter    from  the  Hould  ol Trade,
Montreal, covering resolutions re the
pending ness- Bankruptcy law, was
turned over to a committee of one
in      lhc'    person  o,  Mr.   .sles leucgiiaii.
mi examination and repurt.
MABLE   LAKr.   isii.U)
A resolution passed at a small
special meeting of the Progress Club
aud Board of Trade, which requested
"the Provincial Government to consider the feasibility of building an
automobile road from Hevelstoke Bto
the i us,iu.i.-.in sm Mable Lake'' was
read  by  the  Secretary. Q
O. U. Hume, This apparently is the
matter Which huB raised such cou-
truvcrsy    uud      leud to  letters  being
written to the Mall-Herald newspaper
it was in.! the Intention of the supporters of this resolution to m any
way interfere with the pushing o!
tolistruction  ou  the  Mulukwu   ROM.
A. McRao, r.i.m.in,; such hole and
corner r esolutious us this is a mis
take in my opinion. The road may
be alright, but it seems likely to
leud us away from the plans previously supported and pushed by tlm
Hoard.
H. J. McSorley, 1 thiuk this n-
solution was a mistake, tho Government could and would build a road
it had lain U-tlei lm this Uouixl to
have left llie matter alone, und stuck
to our previous plans, thus uvoidiug
giving win attends the impression
that we  wero throwing them dowu.
A. u. BdeCleneghan, uur Malakwa
Irlends have lumped to conclusions,
probably there ln.s Wen u slight err
or ol judgement in town. So (si an
1 know, there was no talk ol work
uu the present loud beiug Stopped,
the idea is to get all the rouds wo
cun as soon us possible.
A. McRae, 1 move that the Secretury write a letter for publication,
explaining  the lads ol tbe case. Sec.
reiuiy Instructed accordingly, letur
to bo published m the Mail-Herald,
MAHK.ET   BQUARH)
Ml.   Tappiug,      1      would   like   this
Hoard     to  gee   un   record   as  favoring'
lhe     sseurlng oi ■ civic Market  Si[ii
ure (or  Hevelstoke.
A. Mcltae, This is a matter e.l ,m
port.auee, and worthy ol serious COB
Hide-ration   .
Mi    Tappiug.      I move a losolutioii
"that tins Board go on ttoord as
requesting the city Council to sele<-t
nlul SSCUrs a suitable ■ :• lot Civic
.Market      Squuio      lor       RSVSlstokS."
Carried uuuuiinoiisly.
nkw MBMBBRB
Mi. c. Bi McFsrlaod was proposed
toi   membership     ol    tbi  Hoard, and
ii iiiitiiiiied on Pago iii.
Go to Mclntyre's Store First
FOR STRICTLY HIGHEST QUALITY
XMAS BAKING GOODS
Sweet Almonds, per lb .   50c.
New Lemon, Orange and Peels 20c. and 25c.
Currants, double cleared, fresh, 2 1b, for 25c.
New Orleans Cooking Molasses, (bulk), pt. jar.. 25c.
Ensure Success by Giving Us the Order.
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail
Putin
Your
Stock of
Brookfield
Butter
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Brookfield/'
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Before
the
Price
Raises
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail
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Startinjr to-day and ending Saturday
night, we are putting on sale only 25
MEN'S SUITS. Reg. *22 and $2-5
values. These include all the newest shades
patterns and fabrics from the best makers.
$17.00
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DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS
Vases, Bowls. Comports,
Manufactured by "Libby"
BE NOT DECEIVED
JT. GKCTY" BAEBEE
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR
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TIECID  JMilJLTJLi-TT-mTlJ^TJJD,  REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  DKORMDBK 7.  1W2
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House and 75 feel Er mti
,i >'  Mackenzie Ave
4 '   i'l'-s ie, balance to bearrai ■• d
m, m ed
House and 271 fset cn Fourth  S
§2,900 : .:■ ■. down, balance   i
Three Lots just oil Mackenzie Ave., in all 66 Eeet
fronti■" ■ facing on Connaught Avenue.
The Revelsloke General Agencies, Ltd.
ruis" m i#%      1*1 KUf! a% aii tf**
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Speciafs for Wednesday
Shop Locally; Shop Early; Shop Often; Fine
Display of Holiday Goods.—Local Theatres
to Have Special Xmas Attractions
JOH.N D. SIBBAL1
I,  1)   SIM: M.I), JK
((Continued from lust issue)))
F, B. Wells
Here     is     ihe pioneer merchant ol
the     Old    Town     'He specializes in
attractions   will    be presented watch
for later announcements.
THE  OPERA  HOUSE
This theatre boasts of the greatest
Zbc flDatMbevalb
PTJBU8HBB  WEDNESDAY  AND
tSATCHDAY   AT
REVEIaBTOKE.  IS.   a.
Sntenor publtsbltiQ Company,
Limited
J.  K.  JOHS60N,  Manager.
RALPH  G.   6CRUTO.N,  Editor.
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CORRESPONDENCE invited on matters ol public     interest.       Communications to Editor must     be
accompanied    by    name of writer
sot   necessarily    tor   publication,
but    as   evidence ot good faith.
Correspondence should be brief.
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER 7.  1912
Before a crowded Parliament,
Premier  Borden  Drought down
yesterday at Ottawa the  Gov-
ernment Naval programme,
cernin? which so
laatiOn -  ■•<•<■
through ia   if* -	
the past few m -       •
to the cheering Iwise proposals interests
formidable combinations, ai d
she has not lost her capacity to
preserve the vital interests of
the Empire. His Majesty's government will not hesitate to ask
the House of Commons for. what
ever provision the naval circumstances of each year may require.
But the aid which Canada could
give at the present time is not
to be measured only in ships or
money. Any action on the part
of Canada to increase the power
and mohi'ity of the Imperial
Navy and thus widen the margin
of our common safety would be
recognized everywhere as a most
significant witness to the united
strength of the empire, and the
renewed resolve of the overseas
dominions to take pari in maintaining its integrity."
In that paragraph alone, our
readers can find ample justification for the policy which the
Dominion     Government      have
adopted.   The problems of   national defence and existence are
not  such as can be solved by
outbursts of patriotic frenzy or
flagwaving.   The words of the
British Admiralty  are  those  of
men who base their opinions on
the cold,   hard   logic of history
and   facts,   ln    the    dignified
language of   the memorandum
there  is very   little  appeal   to
sympathy and none to preju
Let the people of Canada study
this matter cool,; and we i elieve
they will unanimo n
the manner in wh ■
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.-tated, and the mi i - ires  v
! as   ,i   9ta1
-i
I le of the    1'
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working mens outfits and is quite an seating capacity of any of the local
extensive buyoi and exporter of furs, play houses. It is under the present
All working men who want the full ^management warm and comfortable
worth of their money for clothing of several special attractions are book-
all kinds Bhould make a point of call cd for the Opera House in ihe near
ing     at this     Lower Town business  future so watch this paper for tuture
i announcements.
'«, 11 ■ ■ 'll "
EMPRESS THEATRE THE SAVOY
This winter and during the festive Here is the right spot for you to
season especially when there is no select your Xmas candies. The spaci
roller or skating rink, whore can nny ous Tea Room affords opportunity
one lind greater amusement than at tor ladies to drop in and chat il over
this popular ,,la. house. It is equip While ior the fellow with his best
pod with thc most modern conveni- girl it has no equal, the best class ol
enees warm clean and comfortable goods goods with prompt service haa
surely the Empress Theatre is invit- made the Savoy famous as a conlec-
ing    During the     Xmas week special  tionary and tea room.
18 dozen Men's Fine Neckwear, one tie in a neat
box. Large assortment
of plain colors and fancy
patterns. You will pay
50c. for this tie elsewhere.
WEDNESDAY'S
SPECIAL .
v. >v nv.i \s.
25c.
Men's Combination Sets,
arm bands and gaiters,
matched, in pink, blue,
mauve and bluck. Per Set
75 Cents
We are showing a large
range of mufflers in the
accordion knit in beautiful
colorings.       Prices
$1.50 to $3.50
It is a treat to see our
large range of Fancy Ties
boxed individually, Finest
quality of silk, in light
and dark patterns. You
should select yours while
the assortment   is   large.
50c. and 75c
A box of Initialed Handkerchiefs is a very suitable gift. We have them
boxed, half dozen Irish
linen for tstO AA
per box... «J7L.UU
Leather Collar   Bags    in
Suedes & Russian leather.
Assorted colors.—
$1.25 to $2.00 Each
Men's Suspenders in fey.
boxes. Lest quality of
elastic webbing.
50c. to $1.00
WATCH  OUR
WINDOWS
C. S. McFARLAND
Howson Block,  MacKenzie r_/4venue
WATCH  OUR
WINDOWS
ises to be one of the finest features of the
Gym. The Interest is increasing. He a
negiil.ir attendant so that you can follow
up tbe series.
The boys bible class is increasing in
interest.     Tbere are JI boys oil   tlle   roll
now. Every Sunday we take a different
subject.
To-morrow is story Sunday. All the
boya of the city are invited to this class
\sliose ages run from in to 15.
BUSINESS LuCftLS
Wi llltl Mtf
WHOLESALE Will
for mm
The Newcombe Piano Company
have selected Revelstoke as i heir bead-
quarters tor tbe West. They have
taken over the Kevelstoke Music Store
from Mr. John Bingham and are lii
ring oul ii liisi.class piano and Playei
Piano Show Room and In future business ssill he devoted solely to Newcombe Instruments and Player Rolls.
Mr. Herbert G. Roden arrived on the
20th ultimo, coming direct from the
Factory Headquarters uf the firm at
Toronto, and will take charge bere as
loeal manager.
Mr. John Bingham, who Is well
known in this community, has been
appointed Superintendent   Salesman.
KAST BOUND.
■Arrives   24:45,   Departs  24:
•Arrives    7:20,   DepartB    7:411
-Arrives   11:55,   Departs  12:15
WEST BOUND.
3—Arrives    6:48,   Departs    7.03
]_Arrives    llik,   Departs   10:20.
13—Arrives   1S:15,   DopartB   18:35
SOUTH TRAIN.
Arrives  15:40,  leaves  7:45  a.m.
No.     4
No.   14
No.     2
No
No
No
(llean coal at Coursier's.
Furnished      rooms  to-rent,   heated
telephone  bath,  Mail-Herald ottice.
If you are going to have calendars
for 1914, be sure yon see my samples
before purchasing from outside agents
—A.  Johnson.
To rent large comfortably furnished Bed-Sittiug room centrally situated, would suit one or tsvo single gentlemen, ulso a single bedroom. Applj
—Civis,   Mail-Herald  otlice.
The "Sugar BossT" Luncheonette in
uoss- ruuuing in connection svith our
soda fountain. Ladies will hnd here
a comfortable placo to get an alter-
noon cup of tea, chocolate, coffee,' R. M. R. Dance will be held be held
beef  tea and  light  refreshments .       I    on the lollowing dates Dec.Oth Due.
I 20  Jan.   1st good  time guaranteed.
Dou't bend your back and rub your: „.„„,.
,. . ' December  11—Filth Annual  Masiiuoi -
lingers  sore  on a  wash  board.     (let  l"-lli1""-'   "
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Drafts on the principal cities in the following countries issued without
delay:
Macedonia
Malta
Manchuria
LliiiiiNli UitMS
Dec. 7th Saturday. 101 Ranch motion pictures. Kmpress Theatre
Mutiuee  Saturday  Afternoou.
Afrlc.
Areibiu
Arseiitlne Republic
Armenia
Anstriilln
Austria-Hungary
Betglum
Brattl
lStM.tf.irla
Cevlon
Chill
Cl
Ct
Cuba
Denmark
EilVPI
Finland
Formosa
Pranco
Germany
Greece
Holland
Iceland
India
Italy
Japan
Mexico
New /»:iland
Norway
Panama
Persia
Peru
Philippine Islands
Poland
Porti gal
Kouniienia
Russia
Servia
81am
Siberia
Se ulll Alrica
Spain
Straits Settlement*
Sweden
Switzerland
Syria
Turkey 8.7
United Slates
West indies, etc.
Dec.  10th     Tuesday Kmpress Theatre
-    11.  C.      Political   Ktpiality  League,
speakers Miss Davis, and others.
These drafts can bc drawn in sterling, francs, murks, lire, kronen, yen,
tads, roubles, etc., according to the money of the country in vs hich they
arc payable. This enables the payee to oblain the exact amount intended.
REVELSTOKE BRANCH    F. M. GIBSON, Managor.
NAKUSP  BRANCH    H. L.  ROTHWELL,   Manager
a vacuum svasher and staud up as
straight as you like to your svork. A
tubful of clothes washed right and
clean iu three to Ave minutes.
The    "Sugar Bosvl" for toys, large
assortment of dolls and toys at rea
sonable
you,
prices  a  visit  will  surpriaei
The Vacuum clothes washer is demonstrated daily at the old Kooteuay
adc Hull, under auspices ol Fire
Drigude .No. 1, at (he opera house.
Music furnished by the Itevelstoke
Orchestra.
January 2—Imperial Hell  Ringers at
Kmpress theatre.
January  Hi—I'an     American    Douh,e
Quartette,  limpress theatre.
ollices, Kirst street at 3:30 p.m. lt.
is worth every woman's while to attend.
is recogi
*^alL.
r
N
P
involving  the   granting
contribution oi $36,0 '".•
utilized for bviiluing the
type   of  armoured   battleshij   i
Buch ships to be placed under
control  of  the   Admiralty  and
used in the most effect
ner   for  seeurinp  the
defence of tht- British Empire.
The Government'! policy, a?
enunciat' I Pren ier,
been arrived at after long anj
confidential conferencei
British Admiralty and the «
adian Ministry of defence.   The
published summary of   the   1   •
perial Admiralty   memorandum
addressed tn the Dominion Pa
liament will he sufficient to show
that the enn which the
proposed contribution is int'
to meet, actually exists, and that
on this vital point the Imp
and Canadian Defence Ministers
are agreed. In paragraph D ol
this memorandum, thc position
of the Imperial authorities is
clearly stated in these words -
"Whatever may be the decision
of Canada at the present juncture, Great Britain will not in
any circumstances fail in her
duty to the overseas dominions
of the Crown. She has before
now successfully made head alone
and   unaided against the  most
I H. C. I I
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Ill'at ,
i in stion il   Woi
lel'.lls   SS' 11  a
Mr. Bingham has had a vast sxperl
,.,,,.,. In the Piano business for the nasi
thirty years, and Is recognized by iln
trade as a thoroughly practical Brst
.,',,,,„ „,  being familiar  with all its     The     ••Sugar Uowl" for high clasi
iranc,  including Building, Tuning,   chocolates     in     hoses and hulk, the
eunirlng and Selling, both in the Old   largest assortment ol  box goods   in
...  ,. ,,, t]       lei    your  Xmas present.)
Oouuuy and t an .
. om us .
The Newcombe Piano Co. is
,. .„   institution .1   Us kind  in      »'    RaUl   ad  Man-Buy your wile n
thes     washer,  the easies.
W71        ;    ■-'■ ltttes1  — '-' '"•'■   0ome ^ adem
: ontrat.ou auy 'lay at 3:30p.m., at oiu
Kootenay  othee  building First  St.
• is not receiving the pu
;eer  regularly  are  requested   to  com •
frith Llie editor. Ma.. Hi ral I
eke   B.C.,   in    orde
thai . na]   i >c rect. ■
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. -omptly.
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NOTIOB.
The Caledonian Society will hold a
Whist Drive in Selkirk Hall on Monduy evening, Oth inst. The nomination of oilicers lor 1918 will be held at
S p.in A large attendance oi mem
bers iis urgently requested.
W. S. Cameron, Bee.
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Vancouver, B. C, <
Dear Friend: *
I heard that an Atfent 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 *
engineer and he gets his clothes dreadfully dirty. I '
find 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
Vacuum Clothes Washer, and I recommend you to get
one as it will lighten your work 20 per cent.   If you
* have any friends interested you might tell them the
* great success I have had. r.
* I remain, Your Sincere Friend, 4,
t E. A. i
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NOTICE
Itevelstoke  Laud Ditrict.
District  of  West Kootenay.
Take   notice thai 1,  Robert Arthcr
Mossman    of  Nakusp,  li.  O.,  occupa-
tiou  -Medical  Practitioner,  inteudB to
apply  for permission to purchase the
lollowing  described  laud:
Commencing at a post plauted at
the N. W. Corner ol Lot 'J3H3
'ihence Vsesl 10 chains thenco South
chains thence Kast 10 chaius
thence North 30 ehains to the poiut
of commencement and eoutaing Ilil)
acres more or less.
. a-ti l November 30th PJ12
Kol.eit  Arther   Mossman.
1st  issue  Dec.  Mth
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WILL  VOU  WORK  FOR ME—Show-
my   literature about
Port  Alberni,  the great new   smh
poi I ol B.i    now   • -. i > rr developed by
ind other vast   IntersstSe
..•I    i ii commls
ii mi     11 ■ ments, good ms
.sulk with.   8, J. Wilson,
tree! . Vanoouv-
ii   i
ik     ■ tuatioi im .... wkeepei,
young
llenl  cook, Ap
' I viiiiig white
phi  bou    ■   i..  "i   d ii   mm
:     Isti ic, ii.r
     Witl,    e
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Oth,    Jnel   |,ri»
WANTED     leadj   ners tor milk
I,,, Bo    n       elmon Arm.
Wrlywensuenncnsmi ws?  -y »" m ^      fltlmu|ot,ng     and
i, working slnml'l plan to sommence the j
is ilelicutely  perfumed,     and
next a< . iry, IU       to m.iki
.
k'esr.   Call st l
l    Ml  ; • ll ■ eel      Hi]
lent!
I ua   Work      ( lots ..11 ., hiimlre■.i
oui  Men ■■ Mei ll
Sunday,   Lei
Bundsy nexl by golnn mer Mi.
fn.irk. Ml       I'      I   ■   I ellleet'l   I      '
set of' Help  Wsnti il        pedal
■ ,n  .iisie iei   renden
iiiiinii. in.    it 15-43 ui'l ' .   ■ i
Coun-mi'l  bring   ">ur cllutn   ssiili   n.n
You are bound to enjoi, It,
The H' iketb ill ■   going alonj
-every Wtdnetdsye    This leugue protn
. -
ti.., S lt as 'lir
acted,   II     It   ilcn
tbe 'iini'i'
in        tie'     iieiee
promote an lucrem* . rth of bs
ell'l        ,i  ■ nt ITi'   RatlH
lai tion,    • "ii      i'     eii-i t.e ii us, and
/el. youi   moW
nnd      II.ii'i.      0 'I      SI /   nl   '.nr  store
Walter BtWI, ths  Hexall tit.orfl.
WANTRD by young person, situation
,., hoi m imi m gnni nil housework.
n. r. Ikix 271, Kevelstoke,
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Hr AQVtKTiS 0 AI LAST
11,        ■ .i    ,, mnn In our town,
wai wondfon i  '■■'"'■
i       in (it. wns his policy)
11.        . .1.1   ne,!   ,idvortiMfl.
li rl      '"'  nnd   dny  he  mlvnrt.lru'.l
hereby nunc:* n tale,
The   ..]   wai H'l  in quite small type
Id headed "Bbirlfl'i Ball."
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Wi ■    Mnl Herald.
Ql
The Blue Amberol
is a New Record for the Edison Phonograph
It is not only proof against
injury, but will never be worn
out by constant playing
But the most wonderful
tiling ahout the Hlue Am-
berol is its perfect tone and
the lifelike quality of
its reproduction.  In
thi-. respect alone it
is superior to an>
other  phonograph    |
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llieinaa A I .liion. In>., KID Lakeiid* A»e., Orange, N. J., U.S. A.
A complete line of EdUon Phonograph! and Recordi will be found at
JOHN BINGHAM
imroMBBvmfjiMBmMB
record you can huy. You
must hear a Hlue Amberol
to appreciate its true
worth. Your Edison
dealer will play some
for you on an Edison
Phonograph. Ask
him today.
| A,
FruitLands
FOR SALE
i.ikina Hay lands Id pirceli ol
10 or 20 tOTM or «n bloc, CrirrPB-
nondflnot Invited,
John Shaw. Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
IILI.0W RIVER on nw
muni line nl Grand Trunk
I'.u llic and Hudson May Kail-
sseis. ii li the deiin of thc
itiiiisseis i ompany i" muke it
One nf the moil im|Miitnnt
toss lit in Uu entire I ainehall
Wl   I       l.ni-  *1U   ilnssii, flO
iiieeiiihiv. ne. Intereit; no
tHateie \s nii to'day foi lull
information. I'Hclffc Bond
mul Land i orp., Ltd., 484,
r.i. ilu in I. , Vancouver,R.C.
J. A. HOY
Teacher of Violin
Pupil of Ernest Simple, of Win-
nipeRi and I'rof. Frederick,
late of London, Eng.
Studio at City Hotel
Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke.
Court of Revision of
Voters' List 1912
The Court ol Ilcvlnlon of tho Voter!' Llut will Kit In the City Hall on
Turlday, Doeomlier 10th 1912 nt 8: pm
Ily Order,
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
t.d. City Clerk. , SATURDAY   DECEMBER   7.   1912
TIEEIE MAIL-SEilELAJlIJ,  EElVELSTOlK^
SATURDAY,   DECEMBER  7.   1912
WHITE PEOPLE
Patronize your 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.
THE   MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  i8u.B
Record of Progress for Five Years- 1906-1911
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
|  19lK'
* :■{.IKK).000
3,000.001'
23,077,730
27.467,090
33,000,11)2
1911
* 4,000,000
.1,600,000
85,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284
Has 83 Branches in Canada, antl Agents and Correspondents in all
the Principal Cities in the World.
A (ICNtRAL BAHKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rato
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
. . It Miqht Be Gold. .
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 verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
.{JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly anil monthly rates to lie arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals lor $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LKVliSQUK, Proprietor
Laughton CB. Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaorant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
m irket affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Jiprjar-     H^tp." $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBEET     ST03STE      PROP
Central Hotel |
Abrahamson Bros. ''^'^■^zXF'i&pmyri
Props.
First-Class in all |m" baxgL/CZ
respects. ,J*" ~"~
All Modern I ■■iW$;
Conveniences ]jA >'.
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates    l~V.
REVEL5T0KL. B. C.
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL  MIKING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights ut the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan anil Al-
•ertu,    the    Vukieii    Territory,      Ihe
.e.rih wesl   Territories ami  In a por-
ion of  the  Province ol  British  Col-
inula, nieiy be leased lor a term 01
tweuty-one years at an anuual rental of tl an acre. Not more than
,i.5i>ii acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application [or lease nitist lie made
ny the applicant :n person to the
\/enl or Sub-Agent of the district
in which the rights applied for are
situated.
In surveyed territory the land must
he described I.y sections, or legal
sub-divisions ol sections, and in un-
siirveyei1 territory the' tract appliod
eor shall be staked out by the ap -
plicant himscii.
ilueb applicant must he accompanied hy a fee of tb which will be refunded if the rights applied for an-
uot available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the mer
chantable output of the mine at thc
rate of live cents per ton.
The person operating tbe mine shall
furnish the Ageut with sworu returns
accounting for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay the
loyalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, such
roturus should he furnished at leasi
ouce a year.
The leaso will include the coal miuiug rights only, but the lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatevei
available surface rightB may be considered necessary lor the working ol
the mine at the rale of f 10.00 ai
acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary o'
the Department of the Interior, Ot
tuwa, or to the Agent or Suh-Ageut
ul  Dominion  Lands.
W. Vi. CORY,
Deputy  Minister ol the Intorior
N.B.—Unauthorized publication o!
this advertisement will not be pair
for.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Land District.
Ui-trict of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that I, James Sneddon
of Nakusp. B.C., occupation, Gentleman, intends to apply for permission
to purebnse the following described
luuds:
Commencing al a Post planted at
the North Baal Corner of Lot 8800,
thence north 20 chains, thence west
'IH chaius, thence south 20 chains,
thence east 2U cha,us to place ol com
niencemcnt, containing 40 acres more
or less.
Dated October 3rd, 1912.
JAMES  SNEDDON,
lsi  issue Nov. Cth
LltiUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
tirst duy of December nest, application will be mude io the Superintendent of I'rovincinl Police for renewal
of the hotel license to sell liquor by
retail in the hotel known as the
Glacier House hotel, situate at Glacier, in the Province of Dritish Columbia.
Dated this lCth of October, 1912.
J. M. YOUNG, Applicant.
1st issue Nov. 6.
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Ropaira, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK    SHOP-
Oonnaught Av«.   •   Ravaiatoko
J.iP. SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given, that au up
plication will be made to the l'arlia
ment of Canada at the next session
thereof, for an Act to incorporate a
Company under the name of "THE
WETASKIWIN, YELLOWHEAD un.l
HEVELSTOKE RAILWAY COMPANY," with power to construct uud
operuie tbe lollowing lines, namely;—
Commencing at or near l.loi-.uusui
in the Province of Alberta; (hence in
a westerly and south-westeiiy tl-'CC-
tion crossing the Grand Trunk Pat i'i
Railway at or near Viking, u.. ;ci
continuing in a westerly and I .Utfa
westerly direction crossiug lue I ana-
dian Pacihc Railway between tht
towns ol Ohaton and lluwlfi thence in
a westerly and south-westerly direction to the City ol Vheuitk.wln;
theuce in a westerly lir.".;.u to ih'
Saskatchewan river; '.Heart Westerly
following the valley ol lue . ■ i ...
river, or .such other valley us nay bl
found practical, to or qeat lac headwater! of the Brazes river; tbeu'o iu
a north-weBUrly direction down thc
Rocky river valley, or such other
uniii e as may be found leaUl It, to
the Yellowhead Pass or such ..ther
pass as may be found practical;
thence in a westerly and south westerly direction to thc headwaters ol
the Canoe river ,n the province ol
Dr.tisb Columbia; theuce down tbc
valley of the Canoe river, or bucIi
other valley as may be lound atactic
al, to the junction of the Canoe rivet
with the Columbia river; theuce down
thc Columbia river valley to the City
of Revelstoke in tbe Province o' lint
ish Columbia.
Dated at Wetaskiwin in the I'rovlnc
Dated at Wetaskiwin in the Province
ol Alberta, this 4th day of November
I A.  I).,  1912.
LOGGIK A MANI.BY,
Of Wetaskiwin,  Alberta, Solicitors
for Appllcante.
5 weeks, let lieue Nov. 9th
NOTICE
Revised    Statutes    of    Canada,   run.,
Chap.   116   and   Amending   Acts.
Pursuant to the al ove Statute the
Columbia Hiver Lumber Company,
Limited, give notice that 110 days
after date they intend to apply by
petition to the Governor-in-Councll
for approval of the site and ot the
plans of a bridge propose,I lei he constructed in and over the Columbia
River at or near a point ahout live
in.i.s South of Golden in the Prov -
Ince oi  British Columbiu.
A plun and description ol the pro
posed site and of the bridge to he
constructed have been dopoBited with
the Minister of Public Works at Ottawa and a duplicate the eof in the
Land  Registry  ollice at  Nelson,  B.O,
Dated this LSth duy ol November,
1912.
Columbia     Itiver    Lumber Company
Limited.
By their Solicitor,
1st iss. No.20 ,">w      Geo. B. MeCarter
NOTICE
Ni ll on  1 and District.
District of West Kootenay,
Take notice that Patrick .1. Murphy
ot West Demurs, B. 0., occupation,
Rancher, intends to upply lor permission to purchuse the folloiwng described lauds;
Commencing at a post planted at
lhe North East Corner of District
Lot No. S5U4, thence east 211 chains,
thence south 20 chains, theuce west
20 chuius, thence north 20 chains, to
point of commencement, containing
■10 acres. Land situated east of East
Denials, B. 0. Date of Loc.itiou, December 3rd, 1511.
Dated  October 17th,  1912.
PATRICK   J.   MURPHY.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District oi West Kootenay.
Tako notico that I, Ltaol Verona
Boyd, of Halcyon, B.C., occupation,
Married Woman, intends ta apply ioi
permission to purcbase tin lollowing
described land:
Commeuciug at a post plauted UO
chains iu a westerly direction iuui
tho South East Corner oi Lot
Group 1, thence 40 cuiuis bouiu,
theuce 10 chains west to lako shore,
thence 4u chuius north, thenco 40
ehuins east to point ol commence -
ment, containing 100 acne mure cr
lesB.
Dated September 21th, 1912.
ETHEL   VER'J\A   b.YD.
Per Wm. Boyd, Ag*;:.
WATER  NOTICE.
For a License to take and use Water
Notice is hereby given that the
CannJiun Pacilic Railway Company,
ot Montreal, will upply lor a license
to take and use One Cu. Ft. oi watei
out of Canyon Creek, which lloivs in
a northern direction through Lot .ltii
and empties into Lar^o River near
Gerrard, B. C. Tho water will hc diverted 1,000 feet from track and will
be used lor railway purposes on the
land described us CP.lt. right ol wuy
This uotice was posted ou the
ground on the 1th day of No>
1912. The application will he tiled in
the ollice of the Water Recorder at
Hevelstoke.
Objections  may  bc  liled  with      the
said     Water    Recorder     or with the
Comptroller ol Water Rights,      Par
.lament Buildings, Victoriu. B.C.
Canadian  Pacilic  Huilwuy,   Applicant.
By E.  D.  Ireland,  Agent,
Nelson, lt. C.
1st issue Nov. 13,
NOTlCU.
Kevelstoke Lnnd District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Adelard S.
lilondin, of Halcyon, B. C, occupa -
lion Shipwight, intends to upply for
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:
Commencing at a pust plauted 20
ehuins south of a point in tho South
boundary of Lot 7872, Group One,
Kootenuy District, which point is
distant 40 chains West from the
South East Corner of said Lot 7872,
and marked "Adelard 8. Blondin's
North-East Corner PoBt"; thencc
south 4U chains, thenee west 20 cbuins
thence nortll 40 chains, thence cast 20
chains to tho point ul commencement
Containing 80 acres more or less.
Dated the Mrd September, MIS.
ADELAHD H. BLONDIN.
Agent.
1st issue Sept. 25th
NOTICE
ltevelstuke  Land District.
DiBtrict of West Kootenuy.
Take notice that I,  flora Georgian
Mossman,  occupation Married Woman
Intend!  to upply  lur  permission     to
purcbase the following described lands
Commencing al a post planted on
the survey boundary e.f Block xr>:i, of
the Kaslo an.l Hlocan Railway Grant
ahout one mile Irum the Arrow Lake
on thc cast Hide and about two milos
nortli of thc Town of Nakusp, thencc
north 20 chains, tbence east 2n chains,
thencc south 20 chnins, thenco west.
2U chnins to thc point ul ciminiciwe-
minl and Containing forty acres more
or loss.
Datc.l October 24th, 1912.
FLORA OBORQtNA MOBSMAN,
let issue Nov, 6
A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT
Mrs. Eel ward Kennedy, of Meridon,
Conn., 40 years old, was advised by
her Physician to try Dr. Martell's Female Pills, she did so with wonderful
results. Thpusiinds of others would
say the same. 20 years the standard
at your Druggist.
r
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NEWS FROM FAR ID HEAR \
,umDermen
[I will pa?
make
\nu   In
•nil Ml
F.
Pui  ' iui Bxporlei
Old Town,
lit \clsli
I . i
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. 1 make a
epecialty of Loe/ging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets mid everj thii |!
required in vnur' eeMi-t.-
Main- former Yukoners and Alaskans will be shocked to hear of the
death ol Herman Klrmse, a weli-
known Skagway jeweler, who fell oil
the gang piuuk of the steamer Humboldt at Ketchikan ou Wednesday
night and was crushed to death between the steamer and the wharf.
Mr. Klrmse had been a resident of
Skagway for 14 years and waa
especially well known to the residents ol Duwson und Atlin, many of
the miners cashing their gold dust
at his jewelry store.
*s
come junior private secretary of    the
King, and     thus   two new assistant
private      secretaries     will        become
-ary. These    positions      will
probably     be tilled     by   Sir  Charles
Curt an.l  .Sir Henry  Legge,  thus fur-
lepletlng     the present stad     of
equerries.
wmatXM&'swi'SJsiKa
Plenty of Gait Lump Coal arriving:.    Orders vvill have
prompt attention.
Order at Kootenay Agencies
McKenzie Aveue
A. Davidson,
PHONE
292
DRUNKENNESS
CAN BE CURED
The Mariiuis ot Exeter,who visited Vaucouver last summer, will engage iu cattle raising on un extensive
I Cale inthe Cariboo district and
aloug tho Cariboo road. HiB purchases of land represent a very large
Investments, Tho holdings comprise
tracts uggreguting SIMM acres ou
CallbOO load, as well as tho well
known and extensive cattle ranch of
Stephensou Uros. lt is uuderstood
that his lord ship will import soverul
hundred heud of thoroughbred stock
from Euglaud, in addition to retaining other less famous breeds.
Old   Fallacy   That   Drunktnnosa
Cannot be Cured
Exploded.
Many  men drink   wao desire tu slip
tin  habit,    Whisk, y. howi ver,
l-i i   ned the const tutlon nnd .   l
i craving Unit Is not t.e be denied und
the mm iiiiii: have eVhlskej or something that will remove the craving i nd
bun.i up the .->.i. in and restore tho
nerves.
Samaria Prescription stops the craving, steadies ttie nerves, builds up the
g. a ral h< ilih .in.1 a. ikea drli i
tually distasteful and nauseous. H i<i
tasteless, and odorless, and cm he
given wua ur without un. i
knowii i •, :u tea, ci ■• or ti id, lt is
used regularly by Physic ins ind hospitals. It im* oured thousands In Canada, .nnl restored happiness io hun-
dreda ot homes.
Heud  whir.   Mre.  cl of Hull says
of It and what il did i'or her:
"ll is four months lu-eiuy lee.,-.- I started to use your remedy. 1 followed ine
directions unit had the lust ot results,
'one week after 1 started UHlns jour
remedy the patient stopped 'hlrkttus and
iuu. not drunk u. glass -et' liquor -hum i
hope you wlll accept my icartfelt
iIih: „s 11..pi:.M timi will bless your
remedy wherever tried, i remain,
"MRS  Q ,  Mull, Que."
(Name withheld by request)
Now, if there is anyone In your town
who iK-.-d.-- th.s Remedy tell them ut lt.
i P> mm ii taki i ..
better form, if you hav.- a husband,
father, brother or iriend who Urlnk.s,
help them help themselves, Write today.
A FREE TRIAL PACKAGE of Samaria with bpoklet giving lull particulars, directions, testimonials, price, etc.,
will be s.m in a plain v.'.ii.-.i packagt
to anyone mentioning this paper, Cor-
respondenci sacredly confidential, i'he
tr.eei package t .. has often e:u-..j.
Write to-day. The Samaria Itemrdy
Compnny, Dept 16 4» Culborne street,
Toronto, Canada.
Also for  Sale  hy    C.  R.  Macdonald,
Druggist,  Revelstoke,  B.  C.
Tho Lord's Day Alliance of Montreal and the province of Quebec has
decided that in velw of the recent
decision of the superior court that
the Quebec Lord's Day Act was ultra
vires they would proceed against the
lawbreakers under the federal law
which is a much more restrictive
measure. Those immediately concerned in this discussion on the part
of thc guardians of Sabbath observance will be 49 moving pictures
houses who throw their doors open
on the- first day of the week as well
as the other six.
The Canadian Brotherhood of
Railway Employees have renewed
their application to the minister o!
Labo'r for a board of conciliation and
Investigation, hut limited in its scope
to enquire into certain dilTcrence
exalting tor some time between them found
und the Cunadian Pactic Railroad
Company. For bucIi limited purpose
a board has been established, and ou
the recomemndation ot the applicants the minister has appointed Mr.
B. A. McDonald, of Halifax
her of the hoard. The Compuny will
now bc usk.'d tn recommend a member, and if it refuses or fails to do
sn, ihe minister will appoint one on
its behalf.
The ollicial estimate of tbe dead
hi the hurricane and t;,ia. ,\a.e tnat
rislted the western part ol Ja.naica
..est wi e      the number at more
than iuu     iu the    coast to.vns aeoue.
ills gradually c>.:.;ng  ,n  indicate
great d  In the  western sec
tion, Partically uli lighters, coasting BlOOJ s and small craft in the
Island, Montego,
Lucea ami Savanna La Mar iounder-
., large propoi t..<n ol the
crews were drowned. Many persons
living in these towns lost their lives
.n the collapse of buildings.
With respect to the recuininouda-
:, y Curator Francs Kermode of
thi provincial museum that Rupert
listrict be created a special game
preserve for the protection of the
Vancouver Island elk from extermination, and that thc bounty ou
cougars be increased to }2b us an
inducement to secure more attention
being paid to their trapping and kill
ing by frontiersmen, Attorney-Geiir
erul Bowser stutes that the recommendation will now be referred to
Game Warden Bryan-Williams and
his opinion taken thereupon.
Steady progress, if necessarily
somewhat slow, is being made by
Hon. Dr. Young in supplying medical
practitioners to frontier settlements
under the partial subsidy system
which alone makes it possible for
to give their services to small and
.sulateil communities iu which tho
practice would normally be insuf-
hcient for a debtor's support. Physicians are now required for Stewart
Queen Chalottc and Hope and it is
expected  that these  will  shortly     be
The Yukon Territory through its
representative, Dr. Alfred Thompson, will make a great many demands upon the government this ses-
mem- sion, including a request that a
minister of mines with a separate
portfolio lie named for the Yukon.
A request for a grant for the placing
in the Yukon of the reindeer herds
will also bc made in order that they
may be substituted for dogs. Reiu-
Tho selection of Colonel Sir Fred.!deer have •*"' baVortei into Alaska
erlck Ponsonby to be the new gov- With Bttccew ancl the l*°V]e °f the
ernor of Bombay and the retirement: Yllkon are ansioU6 l° establish self-
of Vicount Knollys and Colonel Sir sustaining herds in the Canadian ter-
Charles Frederick foreshadow   ntor>'-
sweeping changes among  the officials ~~~~
of King George's household. It is "There is absolutely no sentiment
said that Lord Stamford Hall will on our side of the line for annexaa-
hecome the King's private secretary tion to the United Stat >," said Hon
and     lhat the new master     of     the   George  r.   Graham  of  Ottawa,     ex-
household will be Sii Derek Keppcl.
One of thc King's oldest friends
Major     ('live     Wigram, will now be
Just the Gift He Wanted!
%
Most Christmas boxes which
men receive aro valued rather
lor Ihe giver than lor themselves. Not so when Ihe gilt
Is a Gillette Safety Razor.
That Is something which
adds to the sum total o< a
man's comfort and happiness.
Every day he enjoys Its time-
saving efficiency, and learns
to value the giver more highly
because of the gilt.
Can you think cf any other
article which Is at once so
handsome and so useful? Then
make his gift thisyeara Gillette
Salely Razor. Even il he has a
Standard Set, he would a; predate a Comblnation Set or a
Pocket Edition lor travelling.
Standard Seti coil $5.00 -Pocket Edition! $5.00 to $6.00-
Combinstion SaU $6.60 up.    Sec them et your Jewcln'a,
Druggist's or Hardwire Dealer's.
Gillette Safety Razor Co. \
OF CANADA, LIMITED '
Offic* and Factory
THE NEW GILLETTE BLDG., MONTREAL
Minister of Railways, to the meni-
>f the Canadian Club of Boston
at the club's annual dinner last
Thursday night. Mr. Graham dis-
I the relations between his
country and the United States at
some lenghth. Among other speakers
was C aptain Oartwright, unitary
aide to the Governor-General of Can-
a.l.i; Mr. Qeorge M. Hall, industrial
commissioner for Kdmonton; Mr. T.
Kennard Thompson, president of tho
Canadian Club of New York, and
Mr. Thomas H. Bullock, prcsiden of
the Canadian Club of St. John, N.B.
Don't forget where you can get
thousands of Christmas cards to
choose from nt Macdonald's drug
store.
Made Specially to burn B. C. Fuel.
Repairs when necessary always lu
stock at Vancouver.
SOLD BY BOURNE BROS. SATURDAY,  DE
1912
the -^/L^xr-i-TtiHiiR^.r.r), bevelstojte
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7.  1912
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i I'ark by  tho
.a   U.ecr,
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... mm lv bite.
and when  the Boot thi   Citj   tit*-
.   . the nimble
forwardB    the
-   - lied  them-
resh air of tl l;s
i.ous a con-
rerss    a a nal nre - il Indian tile.
, ■ rmlt.
. ■■  sun went elown   the Bbades   ol
v..:.:- .;   tue   beau-
pe, and at  ^.uo p.
.   travellers saw  ahead
of    the  nei..- e on   light    shining
thru tbe wil Jim  llathaway's
bouse,     having made nineteen
les   from   Reve.stone.
"Hathaway"  is a  mime to conjour
■■-.:...      am ng     travellers  who  havo
.    ;. -  trip up '.lie- Big Bend Trail
j.:.. is one .■:  the old t.iuers of    the
:.: .,   road boust, wltb the
old hum r framed in
....  a   he Btands lantern in
to  wecome tb.1  belated
.    :   .. th a true Western Hospital
ity,  ..-    a --.-iet  well iu keeping with
..:  the  wilderness  In
hu Lonely home. ...
- ads  dismounted,  aud
es  bad  been fed,  liunt-
at down to a Bubi tan
tial    supper     topped     by a drop of
. Bcotch whisky, whilst  the cabin
id tb.' baid trail
itten .n the Interest ol ihe
old     Kay hunting stories,
and     even    as dun was Bhooting his
last Griszley, three  bunkfulls ol Bnor
witness that the
party     wen    already hunting in the
il  eireams.
T.O-J a. m.  saw  the  sportsmen  tiuish
ing theli   .   ..,-.   ajnrl  setting e,ut in a
foot     deep soft      -now lor the
haunts of  the  carl . ... taking the La
forme Creek trail,  tbey reached     tbc
D timber at 11.00 a. m. and     id
enow     now up to tb.' waist, holding
a    high  up.   they  llounderi-J
forward     for two   more hours, eaeb
- t  ior signs
of ;:, . siircd
close at  bai ti
wee
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the snow, can Hud | nl of sport
witl. n     a     ra-di 11   i -.   milos of
: oke,
No   .    .   oi      earth, i an the hunter
luirs   ' his call n Id   mch health
fui mi 1 wondrous nal ural cond I om
as pi.', nil i.i the winter big . a n,
zone ol tha mighty Columbia H ver
Valley.
.nt     mountains  Btand,  t.ewering
snow e'lail eight  I i ten thousand feet
in hclghi, like' soul Inels guarding  i be
undeflled    frosl       iwell .1 . tree clad
and    valleys where lie     the
homes     of     the cariboo, tho terrible
the   black  hear, and othei
wild animals native  to the mountian
Br l Ish Columbia.
It   is ;, sportsmen's paradise,     the
great.'.-a,     grandest   hunting  grounds
ol the \ Irlle West.
Mm','ION AY      LODGE,  No.  i& A.  F
and A.  M.
Regular     nieulings are held in MAS
ONIO TEMPLE,     Oddfellows'      Hall
■    " TK.el     WuTtrl e-     MlCb    V    .-"■
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FULL  LINE OF  GENT'S   SHOES
VV,   li.   ROBERTSON,  Hecretary.
v
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jtMj&Qfia
Sold by A. Hobson
, i s '  IMBElt
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\:. to cul  tii
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to theli
I  ■ .  thei      '      pii     accounts
.ng     Journey into the
wilderness,
At Hue     time of tlio year, the Big
l......   ,
jc pr. ' ■ led in recent clos-
• isoni    ..   i ro' t.cial game  «.
ens, is .■ with cariboo.    Lat
er    on.     when the    mountain crocks
fr ie*t    solldy     up,  the game will   bl
.     ■.       .-•   e:, Uy hunted, as the herds
lown •'. the big river to water
I ir.-ic the wInter on
a   kir.el   e»[   moss  WblCb
in    the    trees, and     winch
Is     ,n     thc Bcn.l District, and
frpwuuji*   who ure prepared to Umt
NOT
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OPEN ALL " I'MII
KEE MOON
tci er   one   .e.t
Sewing Machines
A nice new Btoi k of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For S le or Him
by the n 'mile al Mannini 's,
All kimln of machine ni i
stocked,
MANNING,  Agent.
vyjf-y:y-- h %y-: w:
Purity in food, lower cost of living—
these are the demands of the day.
Pure food is health, and health is economy
itself. We cannot have health without healthful food.
The most healthful foods are the quickly
raised flour foods — biscuit, cake, muffins.
crusts and other pastry, when perfectly made
from wholesome ingredients.
Dr. PRICE'S baking powder makes these
foods in specially attractive, appetizing and
wholesome form, and for both economic and
hygienic reasons, such food should be more
largely substituted for meat in the daily diet.
But bear in mind that alnmp or
unwholesome baking powder,
can never make pure, wholesome food.
... ....   in        ,.„      njvip,    •,,,.   ai-
■ i.n   mh ■•'■  .• i'i   W ilnet
dnyn    in  »-acli  mont'n  lu    ooltirk
Hall.      Viaitlng  Woodmen  are
cordially  invited t.o attend
A.   .).  WOODLAND,  Con.  Oom
JAMBS  Mi'lNTYHK.  Olerk,
COURT      MT.      BBGBIH,    No.  14(1.
OF I. 0. K.
Menti  in  I. 0   0.  P.  Mall  next    to
Tapping's  il|>frn   Hours  every  second
and  fnnrtli  Monday  in  month.  Visit-
;nu bretbren cordially wslcomsil
tl. w. BBLL, t'. H.
WM.   S.   OAMBRON.   Rer.-fUc
i he well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solid lenther Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also carry a full line of Tan
Shoes.   Call and see them before purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoo Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
HHLK1RK     LODOB  12, 1.  0.  0. V
Miei'la evory Thursday cvuning In
Selkirk Hall at. K o'clock. Visiting
brethren  cordially invited.
JOHN LYON      N. (i.
JAS.   MATH IK.   Sec.
OOl.U KANQH LODGB,      K. ol    P.,
NO.  'lb.  RBVBLBTOKB,  U.  0.
Meets  every   WmlnrsJay  except   ths
Third Wednesday ol lach month      tn
Oddlellows'   Hall  at 8 o'clock.  Visiting Knight* nre cordially invited.
F.  W. TERRY, C.  C.
O. H    KNOCK,  lv. ol R. * S.
M. nt r.
NOTICK.
The     Revelstoke     B.   C.  Political
League will hold a mass meeting   In
ths  il. mi: .. b  i h ni ii .  December  n th.
\-:  ; '..ill  he given  by  Miss   li.
Davis mid a speukor Irom thc coust.
Look for particulars n-xt week.
NOTICE
I will he pleased to quote prices on
straight or mixed curs uf Timothy,
Prairie and Green Oat Hay, F.O.B.,
Cochrane, Alta.
It. A. Webster,
Cochrane, Alta, Uox 318.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land  District.
District of West Kootonay.
Take notice that. I, John Albert
Lange, oi Lon.lun, Kngland, occupa -
tiou, Traveller, intends to apply Ior
perml       .to purchase the tollo.ving
.      e   llllll
i'om. it a l ist plant I   ' y
- Lot U001,   on
Arrow  Lake,  an
benci
■    lu .
e    .-     . tl
M
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-•th
il'l! tho   flSFi       III 111    H'lls    lm     III"
year l'.ll'i, «i I 1«  hold us tollowi.:
CiHll '  ll"i'.-' ,1!     'Isl iki ,  1!  C o.i
MONDAY  i>« 2.', il iluy nf 1) i-
etuber, 191'.!, n't lu o'cloi '.-'. i.i lh
fori noon.
At iln- tinvi i'ii- n Olliei. N ikiis| .
I'..1'., on FRIDAY, iie. 27th ilm
of   Deceuibi r. 1912. ul 2  o'clock
in the efu'inoun.
Dated at   Revelstoke, 11 C, Nov
ember 30th, 1912
(.'HAS. M  FIELD,
J UliHe  Of  MUli   Ceell't.
11 M'.VKV,  MiiCARTF.R
KND  PINKHAM
Barristers.  Hollcit.or*.   K.tc.
Imperial  Hank  Diilldlng Revelstoke, B. 0.
Money to I.oub.
Offices--Rovelstoke,   B.   0..     aad
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Oo   cl   McOnrtsr.
A    M.   Ptnkbatn, J.  A.  Harvey
Revelstoke, OranhrooV
RORBRT  rtNllTH.
Provincial Land Buveyor,
Mining Burveyor
Englnesrln|
MoKBNZtB AVE,,
nnx   ifK,.   RBVBLBTOKB
Vi.  H.   WALLACE,   M.B.C.B.A.
ARCHITECT
P. 0. Box Illi, Revelstoke, B.C.
flotice to Contractors
SE W.l-'.n   I EKDER8   -n >■■■-.•■.•.••!
! Inr Motot   I. lunche-, ' will li •
11  ,-,   |\ ,-,|   ley   ' be    II.Hl.        iM'    ,'.| 111 ! > I <• C    l-l'
i> ib .,  \\ ,', - - - -, -,. |2
A. i\ . :   Dec mil r,  HIV.
for th- i u '. ivn   35-lm '
.;.. 'ur
: full iii'i-
nll, . • I..
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III.     .
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NOTICK
Itevelstoke Land District.
j    District oi West Kootenay.
! Take notice that 1, William Boyd,
ol Halcyon, B.C., occupation, Hotel
Keeper, intends to apply Ior pe: mission to purchase the following dti-uib
ed laud:
Commencing at a Post planted at
the North Went Corner ol Lot 100,
(Iroup 1; theuce north .SO chains lollowing lake shore, theuce east 40
Chains, thonco south ht) chains, thuncc
.'.. st. lu chains to point o! connu'neo-
ment.
Uaic-1 September mth, 1'J12.
1st issue   Bept. 28 Win-   BOYD.
Howson Q)L> Co.
Are prepared to Sell  Furniture, Carpets,
Linoleum and all! 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 receu'e 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
Phone J.sl
Night Phone 40
P. O.  Box 461
WHITE STAR°~LARGE5T STEANERS^EANADA
ROYAL MAIL STl-AMI'KS
Van
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NOTICK
Revelstoke i.an.i District.
District of West Kootenay.
..1. ■ n itlce thai  I, Samuel James
Harlow,  e... ipal on,  Parmer,  Intends
t.i apply lor permission to purthaee
h    :..;... 1 .1 lands:
I'e.iniiie QClng :,t   a  posl  planted      ai
the North Wesl Cornel ol     Lot 9328,1
thence wesl   10 chain , thenea   south'
thence     cast    -in chains,
tbence north to chains to point    ol
1 nt .ui 1    containing    1G0
ire or lens.
Dated Oi t'e -e  i- th.  1912.
'.Ml KI.  JAMBS   HARLOW.
M       -.,,. I.
CHRISTMAS   SAILINGS
Portland, Maine Halifax Liverpool
Prom I'rom
Portland     Hnlilnx
New s.s.   "Laurentic"     Dec   7   Dec.    8
"   B.S.Teutonic     "   14      "   IS
"   s.s. Canada    "   21      "   ll
Hew s.s. Megantic and Laurentic, 15,oou tons, Largest trom Canada, all
classes carried.
S s Teutonic, 582 feet, 18, 1 h. p.   S. S. Canada,  514 feet, 10,11110 tons.
Carry onl) second and third class. Haggage checked through to Bteamer in
bond.   No hotel or Transfer Expenses.
WHITE STAR LINK WHITE STAR LINK
..,.,,. ,, ,      New York        1'1\ nioutli,      t'herlionrir.
New York      Queenstown      Liverpool Southampton
3, S. Celtic    Hcc    S   S.S.  New  York Nov.  23
8. 8. Cedric   Dec 12  S.S. St. Paul Dec. 14
8. S. Baltic      "   19  • S.S. Si. Louis Dec.
'American Line Bteamer.
Company's Office, 619 Second Ave., Seattle, 3 doors from Cherry Street,
Or A. G. bROOKER, Agent, - - C.F.R. Ry., Revelstoke.
Revelstoke General Aeencies, Limited
j n
*%\*.* !•
No Other Hosiery ^tl
Offers Ihis
;.«rfectton
pii mr' per
nentl i
Seamless  and   3nug-Fittin,
i '  .... .ip the front
il .
-
hnwsvet    Y-e'i
nn gel the In tt, • kind In ■•'  i ulnt  if ft
llllV    M .        l,o
Penmans  Limited
Paris Canada
Underwear,    Sw. atar«,    llnaiery
78
FllH F.l.'.llieil.i-ll
Soamk'ss
if'tN tvtNINCS UNTIL 9 CfcUXA
I Let Us Loan
I You thc Money
Ar
5 %
To Iky
liiiild
PAY   OFF
t\ '.HI GAGES
OH    IMPHOVE
REAL  ESTATE
See iim i
111 .   Wnti   til
fill CANADIAN HOMI
INVISIMIM CO.. LTD.
C. S. NIRSmil
Representative
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 ol 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, Roofing
t7Vletal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anvuhing in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
1
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody   knows   him,   h.
lell ymi lliiil tha   \vhiekeyn w,
selling WN ll»' lii'Ht.    Call une
convinced.    No household ihoni
be without ii "ti|i|ily of our Mus.
vey's fipoolnl  Scotch Whiskey; our
frnpln Liqueur Brandy, frunrnntpttd
BO years old  or Blucliherry Bramty
for Me'ilie-iiml purposes.   Our Block
nf choice Wlnos nnd l.iqiioiu of nil
le ileel.   Hlf  11 •   ■   < .  ■  i 1' -|l. He,111 hy  l»l)
lhc lendliix l...i. !■-. or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
importers Md Oealare In Pure Wines, Liquors, Otters BIM (HfVBttM SATURDAY  DKCEMBKR  7.   1912
T^E MLA.TTs-TTTQ^J^LlJ, Stin*ViB3LSTOIK:*ES
Saturday, December 7. 1912
'•WW: 'OTVB^aKKEEWmBBBfflr
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
Christmas Only Three Weeks Away Now
irthl  ,&      ' y -
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1 m/x^m: W&
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Tf^.4>'  Ve*-iV     '^v-ji*
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
Christmas offering than  Furs.
Groceries and Crockery Department
NEW FRUiTS
Are now in, consisting of Fating Figs, Table
Raisins, Dates, Cooking Figs, Seeded Raisins in packages, Sultana Raisins, Currants,
and New Xuts of all kinds.
A NICE LINE OF FISH
Crab Meat, Anchovies in kegs and bottles,
Stock Fish, Sardines, Fastern Clanris, Oysters, Lobsters, Schrimps and Sal 11011.
NEW OLIVES
New Olives, Heinz's Duchess, 6 oz. bottles;
Gold Seal Stuffed, Nut Stuffed, Nabob, j,s o/..
bottles, Crosse & Blackwell's Queen, pint
bottles, Ripe Olives in tins.
NEW CHEESE
MacLaren's—small and medium sized jars.
Stilton Cheese by the lb.; Canadian by the lb.;
Limberger, by tlie block; Comembert, by the
tin.
Candied  Cherries,   Candied   Assorted   Fruits,
Pine Apple, Citron, Lemon and Orange.
Noel's   Preserved   Fruits;    Preserved   Figs,
Cherries Preserved in Maraachlna in half pt.,
pint and quart bottles,   Preserved Pine Apple.
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 Bei f; Premintn
1 Sliced.
SPECIALS fOR FiflDAV AND SA IURDAV ONLY
Mixed Horse Radish
RowatS* I'ickles
Mushroom Catsup
Walnut Catsup
10). pcr bottle
1 y. per bottle
to . pei bottle
20c. per bottle
WAIST LENGTHS
Silk Waist Lengths make .1 very acceptable ^rift.
'I hese are extra nicely boxed this year and the
display is better than ever. A nice range to choose
from
$2.O0 to $5.00
LADIES UMBRELLAS
Are always useful; a great range   to  select  from.
The new Ebony and  Sterling   Handles antl   some
very nice mounts in gold and pearl and silver  and
pearl.
Thc sensible gifts of hose, gloves,   handkerchiefs,
mufflers, ties, 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 $1.0O
Do Your Xmas Shopping Early
MEN'S PURE WOOL UNDERWEAR
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 puiting 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 W00L-
-OUR
LEADER-You
can't
duplieate i
t for anythi
ig like the money
.   Un-
shrinkahlo
, 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 WHITE-Soft as silk, 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 PAR EXCELLENCE
rJTWEN'S COLLAR BAGS—A line that will surely win with you.     Both round and
Bquare, and prices that can't be beaten.    Consult your list nnd then come to us.
OUR LEADER.—Genuine Leather Bag, silk lined,   with silk draw  strings.    Full
"tee Price, $1.00
Other lines at $1.50, $1.75 and $200 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 lines of 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 tor 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. BATfMiAY,   DECEMBER  7.   1912
THEI   I^Jk.TL-ITEJ^^-JLr),   BEVELSTOKE
Saturday, December 7. i4ii!
NEW GOODS      NEW GOODS
Ladies Evening Dresses
..SO,
$25,
these
Si/es 3J, 34,  ;,6—Prices—$2;
$28 and $33.50.    Call in and  ;-ee
dresses,    If n   coloi   to  suit,   can  take
your order for   nt  c I.m   • ou mav want.
Ladies F
urs
NECK RUFFS AND MUFFS
r
Ladies' Waists
Silk, Net, Chiffon and Tailored I
Waists, distinctive styles, from $3,
S6.00.
,11 to
Ladies' Hand Sags
These are American manufacture.
from !>i.oo up. They are brig
new —made in the latest shapes.
nee
and
Bargains .in Fall Suits
For Ladies.
and $28.
R
egular
Sale Price—$16.50
Millinery!  Millinery!
Trimmed  Hats.   Regular $12 and
$1(1.    Now on Sale for $6.00.
Come in and See Dur Display
cl Suitable Xmas Goads
REID  & YOUNG
FIFTH ANNUAL FANCY DRESS
Masquerade Ball
l N'PKK AUSPICES OF FIRE   BRIGADE  NO,    I
TO   BE   lllll.I)   IN
OPERA HOUSE, DEC.  II,  1912
Grand Maroli nl 0 p, in. Btaarp. Floor reserved to 11 p. in. for those
in Fiuioy ('outturn' only. A Special Prize Given for Best
O'.stumeii Conp-e.    Seo I'rezc lixhthil In Lawrence Hardware
t-'e-.V   WlUllOM,       l''ll|    -III lllll' plll'lll'llllIlN n|e|ily
T. STEED, Secretary.
S. NEEDS Art, Chief.
li O KN
BORN—At Revelstoke ou December
JrJ to Mr6. J. Gould wife Ol the
late J. Gould twin boyB.
THE CUV IN BRIEF
Do your Xmas shopping early aDd
avoid the rush at the last moment.
If Woman has to obey thi- bins it in
only iu«t that shesbould have a voice
n making them.
R. M. Smythe is going to eend a
shipment of birds to th* Boderbj
show next week.
Js report ol the "At Home" ol the
Orangemen    will   be     published next'
UllM.
I
The    Revelstoke    Poultry and Pet
Stock Assoceatiun will meet in Smy-
she'a HtUl next Tuesday eveniug.
Hn. LeBlanc ol Calgary Alberta,
is viseitmg with her mother Mm
.Willard.
There will be a meeting of the
Progress Club on Tuesday evening
next a full attendance is urgently requested.
Ths Progress Club will meet on
Tuesday even.ng at the City Hull
asi all members are requested to be
present.
The report of the Vernon Poultry
Show at which a lot Kevvlstuke birds
were competing will appear in uext
Wednesdays Issue oi this paper.
The Poultry and Pet Stock Ab-
E0.at.ua m-.et at the R. M. Smythe
Hal! Tuesday e.cn.ug 8.00 p, in
Subject (or judg.at-,  White LcgUurus
The L. A. to b. H. T. being unable
to 6ecure the opera House for Easter
Monday the date of the annual dan e
Th-.s dance will however be held some
time during the Easter week particu
lars later.
In '.h<:   Papt.et Church on Sunday,
the    pastor Rev.     E. i}. Chavt
e'ti.!.    oo '-.     lollowing   subjects-
Morning,     .'a-.- heart and soul"
Evening,  "The foundation ,.! j Right
Up'    The     second    ol   ths =-.:....
Companion Needs  ..   ....,-. '.   Sun-
a»: adult Bi iie   lasses ut
'■-    .. liai invitation to ail ser-
I
»
i-l.*:   L.     L.-.-.m:    and Mary A
1' .• a     ■"    if Rev<   • ki   ■
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rat pretol it the Ba
rt
Mr   Lutter was
er of the etaB
i it il
I IS bl ■':.'■
keepi    lot 'be ;am» Company ben
The rtgu.ar services will bc  b>. .
the    Pres     erlan  church  •
aud dur.n? tbe     week,   in tbe n
m.: the sermon will be on "Cu-
E-. i   and - •  eaing, "Thi   M.c"
lstry u'.     Books        s. S. and adult
Bible     classes  ,tt   1.3(1 ,   on   1 .
evening a: s o'clock tne .', p, „.  ■.;.
bolda debate, "Resolved that   vai  •■'
sotnctiinvs   Jtirtiflable,        .-aycr-meet
Ing on  Wednesday   at  5.04 ths  . .
ar..-   invited to all services ii'. mm t
Inga,
WE WANT YOUR TRADE
YOU WANT OUR GOODS
A FEW   XMAS SPECIALS    New
Figs, .risings Grapes, Grape Fruit.
Nuts,   New   Dates, New
RAISINS
Select ValeucidS,
Fresh Candied and
Almonds.
Mn, m.i,    Milt.in.r-.    Seedless     Muscatels,
Drained Peels, Fresh Cracked  Walnuts and
WAGSTAFFE'S »■»old«no»«h
Jams, Jellies, Mince Meal and Plum Pudding
Place youi otdei enrlj and secure careful
attention and prompt deliver!
Phone 41      A,   HOUSON       Box 734
lievelstoke Inside Property
Real Kstate is selling rapidly. Why not get io before .ill the most desirable residential lota are taken upi
Last week we ttiade several good Btlea to local buyers and it will only be a
.short time before these lots are all closed out,
tJall at out office and ^et mil particulars, All our property can be sold
on easy terms.
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
various candidates to line up for
what promises to be the most ax-
siting scries ol Mayoralty mid Aldermanic raccH ovor pulled ofl Ln our
Municipal histi'i1..
Something now lor Revolstoke ih
promised in the contests for School
TrUtttCOB, it being intimated to the
Kehtcer  nl  this paper,   thai   the   hulii"
Intond running a prominent member
tho ll. 0, Political Bciualty League,
in ibepcrBon 'if s well known und
bigb qualllled lady ol Kevelstoke.
U might he added that luilies are
sow serving with distinction on
ISlectod     School     bodice-    in Uritisli
Watch McParlund'B window from
now to Xmas,
Visit Howsonla store for ChrUtmas
poods, Spoulal discount offuiud |n
parlor fuinituie.
All sorts of toothsome dplionoles and
substantial good iiiin^s will be on sale
at tbe culinary table at the Haz-mr nn|
Deo, I Tt li. in MoParland's new Btore in
the llowson Hlock.
LOST — PAIH   OF   KVKtiLAHSKs,
gold-mounted, on   Kirst  or Second
Btreet between Mckenzie avenue and |
Posi Office.   Reward un  return to
ibis office (box 7H2),
Columbia,   anil     thero is nothing to pott RENT—A nice furnished n
prevent the lirsl lady member of thc
RevelBtoko Board of School Trustees
being slanted lor 191 J.
BOARD Of TRADE
REGULAR MEETING
(Continued [rom I'agc One.)
lu thc    Methodist Church, Sunday.
ll u. m. Subject, "Socials cond I
lu Palestine at Christ's coming"
i.'lt) p.m.   Subject,     "Women's Bufl-
rage or 1'oiitical Eiiualily"
Special music—A solo by Mis- Pagden, a duel by Mrs.  Bews uUel  Mr. P.
Samson.   The public will be coi
welcomed.
CITY ELECTIONS
The   Committee     in chart-
masquerade   ball unher tbi
of Fire    Brigade No. 1
worn well in hand fer I b
nual     ball.   This     yeai
eclipse any previo is etlor-t
.- idi   ■       [ive th
plea ant  evening in the his;
City.   Another   prize  uas  been   .
tu    tbe prize  list lor I -1
ed Couple, Seethi a the
Lawrence Hardwan ivlow.
Among the-   i..
Bala at I
.auJ.s    new   store   on Dei
band    kntttw
all s.jrts  an-1  n.za>  ol  •"■a'. I
.
its,   Thero   -
■
Christie.as gifts,   The
pen    aftei
■
■'•'.-■■
■
The'announcement  tha    Mr. VI.   I.
an
office   U.'      ei
ment
nd tha
.1
ag  th        ..     Tue
Mayor  1
will be ballotted upon al the noxl
moetaing In accordance with the Hyy
Laws.
Mr. it. '!. Scruton. speaking as n
PresB representative und with tho
sanction of ilio Board, drew atten
tion to tbc application for thc Vic
taskiwin, Yellowhead aud Revelstoko,
Railway, now before the Dominion
House, and suggested that the Hoard
of Trade and Progress Club, also tin
Oity CoUMll nii^-lit w'.'U take steps to
n't iiiiii touch with the promotort;
eel this lino, and Bnd e.ut from an)
sources available, inst what wub ha
Iliad lhc proposition, and any othei
tacts regarding tlie enterprise.
Mi McRae, I agree with Mr. Scrul
on, we have been very slow, .-nnl
nulhing is gained by u lying down
policy.
Mr, A, ll. McCleneghan, 1 mov<
that n nitlit lettergram be dtiBpatrh-
ed from thin Board te. Mr. li. v. r.n.
cn M. P., requesting him to kindly
ascertain and furnish us witb any
information hc cun gather on the
spot at Ottawa, regarding the promotors of tlie new Railway and their
enterprise; also requesting that he
inform u- regarding the application
from the C, P Ity. for nn extension
■ ■; tunc on their charter fe>r the
Troutlake Road, and which is to
' imi betorethe prese-nt session of the
Domic .     Motion  carried.      |
ROADS AND PONES
Mr. W   ll. Horobin    Moved a r?sol
the    Provincial Qovern-
■   I ti   do all possible
toke with the out
■  roads and
iry assistance be glv
en i' the telephone Bys
tb     Vernon or Bnderby.   Car-
- :■   .   at   10.30 p.
m.
including use of kitchen; Bullnlile
couple.    Apply Mall-Herald ulllc
at  Mc
foi
Ourah honey at Mclntyi
.Sale of pailor furniluc for Xmas
Iiiulc at Howson's
6-lh tin honey from California (UH)|
at Mclnlyre's.
Oome io the Muss Meeting, Empress
Theatre, ami lien- Why Women
Should Vote. Tuesday Night, Dec.
10, at Siiio p ni.
b>esh shipment Jap orange (large)
at Mclutyre's.
Woman has borne her share of the
toll, suffering and loneliness in the
pioneer woik of Ibis Pioviuce, ninl she
Ollghl lo have a voice in how it is governed.
=*
Importer of
Irish Linens
Damask. Sheeting, Pillow-
Linens,   Fancy Linen
Goods, 8tc, ic,
■•
SUITABLE   XMAS   TRESENTS
■ •
Mrs. Thompson Porter
FOURTH STRBBT EAST
^
J.
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.—
For the Boy
Hand Sleighs, from
 $1.25 to .53.25
Pocket Knives	
 10c to $2.00
Watches     $1.00, $1.26
For the Girl
Sewing Sets, from	
 40c. to $1.50
Manicure Sets, from..
 50c. to $3.50
Pearl handles, knives &
forks set    40c to *2
For Dad
Gillette Safety  Razors,
single and in sets	
 $5 to $6.50
Auto Strop            $5.00
Office Sets *1.50
Fountain Pens  $1.25
Carvers, in sets, from
 *2 to $1.75
For Mamma
Knives,  forks,   spoons,
from 75c to $6,50 per
dozen.
Putter   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
OPERA HOUSE
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Bews; Drug Store
Children's Painting Books 15c, 25c, 40c.
Boys' and Girls' Alger and Elsie Books       35c.
Many lines of New Fiction for Adults.
Ebony and Parisian  Ivory Coods to fill every
want.
Fancy Boxed Stationery   2Gc. to $2.00
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
'UIJUWI
XMAS NEARLY HERE
TRUNKS! TRUNKS! TRUNKS!
inks
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HATS
Buckle
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WINTKH SUITS AND UNUKRWKAR    1 nr men, ill dlflei
i-iii IiiiiiK
OVJ.RSHOIi.S AN» roOTWF.AR   A   nice  llm
ATTENTION   l'i   el inks driven  -       nothei     Hefore
your hu       '       m i .'.uniii.ilt, inii snd Inspect oui
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McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing        Stetson Hats        Foot-Rite Shoes
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REVELSTOKE
THE CAPITAL OF CANADA'S ALPS
is the most talked of City 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 Revelstoke this coming year, Values are steadily
increasing and several of our listings have been advanced during the last few days.
Now Is the Time to Buy
tA FEW SPECIALS FROM OUR LIST
L00 Feel on Seventh Street, well located  $1500
1 IHI Feet on Eighth Street, a snap at ¥  1300
1- our Lots on Seventh Street, under market value, each  350
cTModern House For sale on Second St  1800
Modern House for sale on Third Street  2200
Modern House, Lot 50 x 100, Fifth Street  2550
We have several excellent lots for bale
West, all i'i feet frontage, from $350
prieeii aie good for bhort time only.
on   First Street,
to $550.    These
J. B. Watson Realty Company
E. O FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
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