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Array "Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price   $00
Interior Publisnmg Co., Agts.
"Revelstoke, the Capital of Canada*s Alps.
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The
ail-Herald
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If
InteLr PuflMin^Cfmpany *
PHII-
. A>1D PUBLISHERS
Vol. 19-No:!
REVELSTOKE. B. C. .IAN   II, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
BOARD OF TRADE AND
BIG BEND RAILWAY
Question Discussed and Referred to Joint Meeting of
Progress Club and Board of Trade Tuesday Evening
Next.—rJTVleeting Small.—Considerable Business Was
Transacted.
nn
No niiitt'T whether it la a lilgh grade Razor made ol 'li" very
cm sin tii.'i.i steel, w th fancy Handle or tho latesl Safety Razor, wc
have ii. Wh n you want ,i reliable, absolutely guaranteed Razor*—
COME HERE
Our Hoo-Hoo Razor, mado .-pe. ■
ially for us, Bold nnile'i' guarantee
at $2.00 i- a prize.
Carbo Magnetic Razors, tho old
reliable, $:i.2!>; nlso tho i-holce nf
SliP.liolilK besl brands from if 1.00
up.   linker- Clause iiiiii others.
SAFETY   RAZORS
Over twenty styles to choose trom, and a< prices lo suit any pocket
Prom 16 cut- to $7.m0. Uillette, Auto Strap, Hem, Bvery-Ready,
Keen-Kutter, t'inn- , Yankee, Arnold, Binder and many others.
PLUMBING.HEATINGJINSMITHING
ALL WORK FILLY <U'ARANTEM>:
Imperial Bank of Canada t
Hoad Ot+Ico
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
Toronto, Ontario.
6,000,000.00
6,(.20,00i,.00
6,620,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Q Branches or Ajjents at all principal poiut* in.Canada.
X Axcnts in '.real Britain  nnd United States—London, England,
T Llovds Bank, Limited.    Chicago—First National Bank,  Corn tix-
Q change National Bank.   Seattle-Seattle National Bank,  San Fran-
X cisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank.    Spokane—Exchange
V National Bank.
0 Savings Bank Department
▼ Deposits  of $1 and upward,  received, and  interest allowtd at
C) current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
t     Revelstoke Branch—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
..Ladies' Skirts At Cost..
There wus barely a working quorum al tho Hoard of Trade inoetiui;
last     Thursday    evening iu the Oily
I lull. President U, B. tiume an.l
Secrotary McVitty wore, however,
present,
.liter iiv reading and adoption ■(
the' minutes of the previous meeting,
J. D. Blbbald, rir., asked tbo Chair
inini evlmt word bael been received
from R. K. llieni, M.r., rogarding tho
Wetaskiwin and Revelstoke Railway
charter    now     before    ihe   Dominion
I Huns.'. The Chairman replied tha1
Mi. Green's communication would   be
\ read along with otlnT letters.
I The iiuoBlion of .lelayihi freight ship
ments io Arrow Lake point- was next
introduced, when Secretary McVitty
Btatted that In- had received tho toi •
lowing letter from Mr. Uury iu connection .vith the matter.
VSiiiiitp.-ur.   Hi'..   17th,   1912.
II ll.  McVitty, K-q, Secretary
Kevelstoke  Hoard  of Trad'',
Revelstoke, 1.1. C.
Dear Sir,— Referriug further to
your letter ol .he' Bth Instant, in eon
uectlon with fieighi shipped Irom Rev
elstoke to points on the hike. I have
issui d Instruetion that such freight
musl be Bent out from Revelstoke the
day on which it is delivered to tbe
shed .ind iinu connection bo made
with tbe tiist iiont leaving Arrowhead
Yours truly,
CEOKGli BURY,
Vice President aud (Jen. Mgr,
Tbe question ol a market Bite was
next brougnt up. President Hume
WaB Of opinion tbat ii should be '
taken up wiih the n.-w .ouncil. Mr.
Frank llourne wus iu favor of having
ali eity buildings together ii possible
Finally tlie mutter was left for the
incoming council to deal with after
the Secretary had lead several communications lioni  the government.
.Secretury McVitty thm read a ^le
g-ani aud letter Irom il, F. Ureeu,
M, P., regarding the Wetaskiwin and
Revelstoke anil Wetaskiwin lailway
charter, after winch J. 1). cSibbulu sr.,
addressed ihe board .u part us follows;
Kor some time ii has been said that
the government ha.- a hobby for the
Canadian Northern Railway. You
all know thai Premier McUride made
promises in ibis connection when he
■i- ii'i. lust fall. When 1 was In
Loudon  I  bad  capitalists  ready      to
Must be cleared out to make room
for Spring Stock. If you are looking for Skirt Bargains you can get
them  here.
build tha railway if tho Premier
would give encouragement about my
securing a charter. When I saw Mr.
M' Hi nto iii London ho naked urn to
vrite bun in July and 1 understood
it would likely in; attended to. When
en Viotorin lately I a certuined that
tin' present government wub practically wi'.ldcil to tho Oanadian Northern,
bul that it the' people of Revelstoke,
would unitedly tuke up this mutter
through our local member, something
. ould ho done.
Mr. Sibbald  then went on to shciw
the necessity  'if the ruilwuy nnd  tho
iiich   limbered   und   mineralized      dis-
triet it. would penetrate, The proposed   lino  would  ulso  cross four  tcutis
continental  lines.   While  in      London
I had these ISnglish capitalists Bee Mr
McBride personally.   1 also saw    Mr.
, Tiiiui'i     who   thought    Mr.  MoBride
would  ink'' the matter up.   In   con-
cliislou Mr, Sibbald strongly urged a
i united and immediate action .-o thut
I the matter mighl   be  brought up    al
the present session.
President O. II. Hume tu.eiight also
that the mutter should be taken up
ui once, while G.W. U.-ll was of the
Mime opinion. Alter u general dis-
mission thc meeting decide,1 to refer
the matter to a joint meeting ol the
Progress Club aud Hoard of Trade,
.hi Tuesday evening nert.
I The Heaien wharf matter was next
1 Introduced when the Secretary road
a very favorable letter from the 01
tawa Department of the Interior dealing with the matter.
Several communications were then
read regarding extenuing thii tele-
phono systems, also letter from Cl'.
It. declining to refund freight pa> -
ments on shipment of Booklets.
A couple of small documents were
then ordered liled.
Mr. t.\ s. McFarland, the local mer
chant wns balloted on us a new
member Ol the H'luid ind wu dc
i lined admitted on motion ot J. D.
Sibbald, jr., seconded by G.W. Bell.
President f. li. Hume ihcu declared
i li- meeting open lor now business.
Air. diubaid sr., asked what hud
i ecu dons uijoui  tbe new post otlio
President ilumo -.aid i believe we
wlll huve u post otlice and u good on..
Societal'} McVitty stated that he
was couiiuually receiving uuuieious
lU'iutrles about the Revelstoko In-
tnct Irom ouiside parties.
OUR CIVIC
ELECTIONS
a •
UNFAIR   TACTICS.
My civic political opponents
are making um. of a certain
statement 1 have mude concern
ing the extending of tho city
limits, us published in my Moo
tion Nolice. They appear to he
endeavoring to laku advantage
ol 111.' word.-. "Greater Itevel
mki" to Insinuate that i am
in favor ol hasty action in the'
direction   ol   cxtendiug   the   pro
wiil i ny Limits. Tho Oreatet
liovelstoke to which I
refer, Is our own Rovelstoke, for
there is ample space  Within lho
existing Oity Limits for a popu
lution much greuter than wu
iii present po isos , und wbicb
population eejuiei bo served with
Public conveniences, Winer etc.,
lioni the existing City Services.
I take Ihis opportunity ol Btat-
Ing having severed my connection
wub the- Canadian Pacific Rail
way Company, lum in a posl'
tion during tho whole ol tho
forthcoming yeur, to give practically my entire nine to the
service ol tins ceiy, .vith which
I have' inin lor bo many yeurs
le.ist  intimately connected.
I might udei lhat In oflorlng
myself us a candidate for the
position ol Mayor for l'.Ul. 1
um deling so With the lUU'iitiou
it elected oi serving the be-i In
Wrests eei Revelstoke asu whole,
1 nm not nominated by any
clique, party, oi faction, uud
uni willing to be supported or
otherwise', on the record of my
piisi "Weuty-seven years coiincc,
tion with Revelstoke iu ,, public
and in irate capai lty.
¥ mrs fen Revolstoke and pro
gross,
C. KILPATRICK,
ELECTION ADDRESS
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First Street, Revelstoke,  Tel.  No. 22
*1
Choice Groceries.   Fruit,    Vegetables
Hay. Feed and Poultry  Supplies
Heating Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
- askalta Ranges
Sunshine j urnixeb
Hardware and Sporting Goods
We are offering good discounts off all Crockery,
Class and Silverware during month of January.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First bt, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
C5.—
Plumbing
Spc
Heating
\tti ntion I'.i 'I
to M
Tinsmithinn
:1 lipid
~J3
GOING GUT OF BUSINESS
In Men's Furnishing Department
Rubbers, Sox, Tweed Pants
reduced to coat.
Heavy Top Shirts,
etc
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone  No.  93
MRS. A. G. CRICK.
NRST STREET
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will rcln-eli y-n with it': bright, »plC3
flavor and (ragrancy. .^o'nl in 1 lb.
lrutl packages.
Price, 35c., 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
QROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
-cry favorable upon lisc project, although a has ne\er neen brought Ior
.niiUy m ibe noiice oi tue govern -
.uur.. Tiie disinclination ol mc government to kni aid a. perhaps nutui-
al as the upbuilding ui Canadian
i orts is naturally desired by tne government, tstrouji private interest in
ilie pi able country and in HovelatoKe
,,ie' v.iiiniM to co-operate with the
e tate' ol Washington in uiaklug KoVel-
.iioiie ihe r.iiiuiiiiin [rush water port"
Mr, llryson -t;itcd tbai uveu witb
nm connection irom the uiuuilaud ac
Sej monr narrows Victoria bail no
I'liiiiiifen or hope ol ever becoming a
grain port tejr the i'anama euiuU.ttaji
connection would do much    however,
no smij in help develop the island
in liund up v lctonii with tho Orient
.■ii'i the Aiu'.'iiaii coast iu tbe ex-
ebanguol natural products ol inu Island and ol tlio Orient and in the de
yelopmeni ol passenger and lust
vice.—Calgary   News I'elu
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\     DIS1 INCTJVE CUT GLASS     i
Vases, Bowls, Comports,
Manufactured by "Libby"
frill Illliei'lUilll, flHiU'itjaa IHHdllt
BK NOT DECK1VLL)
i J". G-TTY BAEBEE t
$ C. P. B. WATCH IN8PECT0B +
\o+   %,»e%^^^^%M^^M».^'%'^'<ay^^%^%M%^'V»Iy%'%Mry'»-»<»t.'^^'> *w
R;g Bend Railway Meeting
lo ,-. -    th'     P Olub
' ,. i    • ■ .     ' tto
e   Ijf Hall.
jr Bowl t'onto t l-'li.r prt«
wait won ny Mlsi Mabel .iitiemous.
Btcoml prtu Mo. I6S1; »rd pri t
D01,  nm  rliuiiK'il.
Nn.
Milt BALK   \ Umi inr nnd n M   nml
j: cotlbn 1111■. in food wmdiilt
jsaflf to Mr». tielntm, tlevnjtU tit.
i .i. i li    neu in,"
tb in tb, Oity Hall
■ nrxi lor tb ■ P
, ' itkmc  Immediate stei'B     re-
1-,nei.in- in,- ti.,- ii.ii.i Railway.
Tin    mooting ih mn nrtont h.i iTtrj
en'  Rli.niiil 'tun out to the  metliug iu
till' City H-tU   1'UVSaJu/ eltJfolUf |Mt.
PORT OF i
KtVtLSTOKt
Aoelstoke Irtmti Mater hn
That iiv Interest desirous of muk-
Lng Revelstoki tbe Ittsb water port,
ol the I'uiiuuia Canal wan rortluml
tbe 'e i'n. porl are more.- determined
tii,ui ever  to Bucveed regardless       ol
ovrrnment     uppri   or   non-suppon
the statement made to The Nc■•■■
Telegram ou Saturday by Harry    (1
Bryson, ol Victoria aud formerly   oi
Mi !, ,ue' Hat,   Mr.  Bryson Is a pro-
p'.i■■>• holder in KeveUtoke,
"In tbc matter o, ilollar^ umi ecu;
tbe I'lopo.-.t.oa ib a cold liloodcd oue
mid  Mi.  Uryson.      "lt  U  essentially
a s.-lnli unc und purely u l,U6stlon Ol
clean-ul   unsine=s.   it   bu     lien   BaiJ i Height
tbut 1! I'onlund is     tnaJu tb ■ uccun' K'uni.
peei i kn tbe prairie, gram Via tbo Co j
r   tbat   Van'ouver       aiwl
liuparl ' ,   ■. li-aled oul   ol
il valuablt     shipping
and u'« Imerlean porl bulll up at tbt
> > noire' "x-.tit   ..f tbe Con
■ ii   pi ''.ii I ut   : ,,.•  ( unudiun
. is '  ports deipiinl on    grain
'"i ti tol< ':■     Ioi  ih .1 •!• • ilop
■  thi   [rain trade woull un
loubtodly be a big lactoi  t   tb  ••   I
lag  .'i those por'n.
"11 m  port ii .  :,. i< iv '
iok'   .  m       ili   • .ii by rail   'H' bt
ivcdand ti.i^ will mean considerable
in   'be saving  ^i  Ireigh'   over  heavy
mountalnou    router,   li   will all     I
'•hcupc: to sWp '■:  bar|     thnu by Iln
t     md,  bv rytbli | considered! Rove!
.   ■ idian porl It •
gent i  ' ime ol prairie
a   The r /ernment   ol
•ic   stnti  ni A'asbtngton and tbu led
... ;overniucni ul tin  United dtatea
!•   -' Uli | to .ptad ai'ii.'i • an>  am
• mom ■ '     itabllsb the Hovel
eatokv-rurUaud  grain  iou*o aud   tbt
j r.vuU   ntiicsi.e  woikiu^ Ior tb'   op
. ning   'i   lr   route should bo      able
IO Collect   i    least   ii  million  io have
ii   piiBlieel   through.
"From authentic private sources It]   Remember the Kj
la- Imm'ii 1 amed tlmt the inomber" ol| the Umprcei thcatic
tbe Cf»)«>Uaa ^^rBi^tiit iv net Iwuk  • u-avUv;,
i.
■ rod
j    tett.
I     Bu ■ ! ■ iu 1'un Aiueriian ' ■ I
M tie Ootutto and Double uuui
at i in-  lilmpress tbcati'u       one
•  only  .i 1'iu.eey  Uth   Tli    most
extraordinary aggregation ol     Nogi
i'V" voles tbut ban over cuimi     to
the vlortbwost,
'ibcy ropioduc old plantation pis'
litueB, they plu) sovoral musical la
strumcnti tb'-j slug ciussie. bumorgue
aud !'• l"Jlai' . ougB.
The   luul'ity, variety aud bui b   'ii
ihclt programu and the    goutlemauly
ronducj ol uvury member mai..: many
Irieiidii. uud v. in tb» inybc >     prala
niuueii'i' tbey appear. 0
Reproductions nf Happy Days lathi
Old .South.
He member tbu daU January llitb a".
lie libnprcm theatre.   ITau ut    Mac-
donald'B Drug  Store,  teservo scats 7a
rents, general admission .''U cenis.
At the urgent solicitation of mans
friends aud ratepayers, I now oiler my
sell a- a candidate tor the Mayoralty.
! Boltclt the votes aud influence ot all
ratepayers who bold to lines ol dc-
ii'ii. y. progress and fair elcaliui;.
The [ollowing is my platform:—
1.—U.'ti"i  enforcement of law and order ib.in Inii existed    undei    tbc
present council.
-.—Tbe suppression ol gambling hav
.iig paitlculat reference to gambling- ol ib.   tin born variety,
l.—l  believe  the law iu regard lo the '
-aie  ,n      liquor should  bo sire lty '.
eontiiii'il  in duly liitmsed premises'
nicu engaged iu a recognised bum  |
ness,     uud paying heavy  licensed
f,.^ arc entitled  to ail protection I
ib.  law oilers, by the same token I
they  should  lie punished Ioi      in
fractions of the     laws   governing
their trade.
\ complete and eutm   revision of
iie' assessment roll.
>.—Extension ol sired-     aud    side-
walks io outlying portions ol tbu
city,   where population   warrants I
-md flnancc   pei iuu. permanent im I
provement ot buslnoss ihuiougb
tares.
..—Extension ol City  bounddiicu bu.
been proposod, but ai  lhi  pn em
lum opposed ni  tbis move.    The
picucnt city urea in sullieieiit    lu
accommodate dou hly   moro thau
our  present puimlaiion,  aad      tbu
properties tbus brought in   woulil
seriously  involve the city iu     ex
t'lii'iejn   of   Mti,i'l,.    sidewalks  ami
sowerage let alone snow service.
Tho   water,  light and  power  s.rv
se  to be >oo high,   i    »m
i'i 'i'.'l   t  possible.
I''.r.,l >      I un oppo«d    t.i     bOi-H
il  ,      ilestroj    political tndepen
iimi tin- in.in " I
i    Mayor should be a tnistou toi
all  tha   ib     I    believe  en     ,.
I Hot       ikt    and a
i'".-I toi,       ■ follow.
1 bui'   hud uu experience in     ■■• •
,;ii in     cxlei dlni   ""i    ■ l|b!   yoari
have boet dltw .i year
■ in   n e a i   ,     Mi", man liu
beyond repioacb.   ( I «ith mj
ouce,  tbt    It)      tiooll    •■       •!•'
•.j ib'  Ut  I  i hi  pri     tt •        '
i Uy-
tl. M KNI V   .
• ■    ian   Uth,
Ntl'i'iUK
..Swift's Specialties..
PREMIUM HAMS
PREMIUM   BACON
BROOKFIELD   BUTTER
BROOKFIELD   EGGS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
WINDSOR
THE
CAFE   AND   GRILL
LATEST SHORT ORDER AHD DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, ni.iki ■ mit headquarters here.   Quick samce.    Ii-riui OleaulinM
.nnl Keasonsble Pi ces.    Give lis a  friml.    "We Neva Sleep."
aV   (;.   TIIIaVKISON.
Manager
♦'^'^♦♦^^^^♦'^♦^^♦^♦^♦^ :J^4>
♦
1 'EMPRESS" THEATRE
luesdciv tind Wednesday, Jan. 14-15
.. al
• i'
'•""tin
111 on. , McKt I
pi. louighti Januury Mth
T. Kli.r.vnti. K.
(.Hush Club
Juu. mii. •
forty  yinis in  use.  In     ycais     the
I standard, prescribed and rocommend
iit i cd hy pbyslt laus.   For Woman's All -
Thu | iii'iii , Ur. Mattel's Keiimlii l ills,   st
ygur diuggiit,
| RESERVED SEATS, $1.00 f
T \il-.aii • ■ '.'■'• '  '' ' a BATORDAY     I iS ' k.K'S
THIB MAIL-HBBALD,  R    V^STOgB
SATURDAY, JAKUARK  11, 1»U«
rt
,%
COAL
ANNOUNCLMENT
BANKHEAD HARD l OAL
Screened Furnace, per ton
Egg        "    .
Stove
$10.50
$10.-Ml
...$10.50
GALT STOVE COAL
Screened Lump, per ton
We ,..,. re . • mend the Gait Nut Coal very highly
,ur kitchen range,
...$9.50
..$7.50
The Revelstoke General Agencies. Ltd.
n.v n i '   "
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ininili' i     ' Ivei     inio    hum iu  nhuuit
■ u.i M' "■ to gloat ov ", .-ui'l .t
• ,. ..• .nly too complete tor tbc
■ i i • ■ -I' ol ■ ut respectable renders,
man; ol whom hav.  v ■■! theli pro
'. ,  an,I   threatenod  to  with-
tin        ilpport   (rom   the    paper
11     "IU itl'le-1       to   bud       Us
v iv  'in "  ;h   the     Mall-Herald into
theii   homes     ami  family  liie.        The
ibi "'"('iie now   wishes it    dis -
■ ;i\   ■.   lorstood,   ihat  Irom     tbia
in.  ... all matteri relating to    the
n-il  light   district  ol  thin city un   uch
■ porously excluded from the
rnlunin nl this paper, and that por-
•  n   wi hn.i: lor personal or political
i ons ti' exploit tbe uaiorlunate   ol
ij io ih.il   own  shame, or to  the
iit    injur)   ui  the Citj   .'I  Revel -
; toko,  w111   in  Intnl.   have  to       ob
nn   e ii,.   other medium ns (torn uow
■ l.i-s eel readIne  Is   dobarrod
the  Mail Herald
\      ,|    I'.'l'." Slili     pi .MIDI.II.ill    alOp    I"
ipi .  mm     tie  paper,  au 1    in
i '. ,i,..iii..   ihe    v.iln.' ol     uni'   n ■     .a
advertising    medium    for the    Hovel
etinii      Insii-.i'i,       tin'     management
I uve    decided tee    l.u..' the       whole
lioni  page ol thi      Wail Herald     for
ili playing news   mattei, and      thosa
ol .Mir ndvertlulng  patrons v.h..     are
ul  present    oc upj ing space on    that
page are hereby  notlliod thai      iheir
advertlsemeal      will  be changed     io
other promluent positions ln the pap-
t   .en and    niter the 16th    January,
in si.     it  is the     intention ol     the
propi li toia to e. wm- .j  uulforni  paper
u   eight  pi ges to every  issue, similar
in i tvo- in itie Kamloops Daily.
Tlle'    ft'e.ent    pogO    Will    I HUS    I.e   HVall   ■
uble tor tho many important item.
regarding ilus district whioh will be
i-oady for publication to tho world
. :nly i.n hi the coming yoar,
Tin., . top im only the tin", ol mini-
ci..ii Improvements and Mresh leat-
me- whicli will sh'.il.y i.m introduced
in   ill"      Mall I I.i.. I.l        In   tho    early
spring ol next  \ i .ei ii.iii ol paid
correspondents will im established by
tins p.ii'.'r throughout the' district
tributary to Hevelstoke nud an elaborate mmi lie- ,,( article- dealing With
thu advantages and resource's of
North Kootenay will be writeou by a
sp.rial    commissioner ,,n    nehnll   "t
ibis paper.
Imiitig the past twelve months valuable' work haH ti.-en done In publicity noils by ihe Mail-Herald including the i sume, of iw.. Bpeolal editions
iiiiiI an $1800 .-ontesi but we ex-
e'Mt uiu with greater circulation and
tisourccs, our nei viee lo tii" commun
ii eli,rim: the coming year will fnr
ocllp e all previous endeavors.
Municipal ElectionsjSSWWmwim^^
| JANUARY  CLEARANCE SALE
913
To the l.livioiN of \\ .ml One:
In re-pien.ee to many solicitations  I I fr
linvc ileciilsil in ugnii) -i.ti.11 I'or re- SZ
iilaction us Miieiiiian im   Ward One. ; e)^-
W'llell  I   lllll   ;c.,elill I'll', l.'l li !■ lllll  yi'lll' I ^^
llll:;, I u nl cmli'iiMii■. a-   in   llle   past,'^~
to ii.l nil in 111> power I'or iln   Citv  of
Uevulslukr.
Hci|iii",titic; youi' iiillni'iicc ami vote.
.'mil's,   Olei'illllllll .
.1. ITV IJAKUHK,
Municipal Elections
1913
To ilie lilectors of Waul One:
I Iiave licen rce|iieslcil liv a tiiiinliri
of itiloptiyeini Ward i>m' to again
staiiil   for  ic.,.|,"'ii,,ii   as   Alderman,
Wlllcll I ll.icc lli'iiilcil tei llll.     If   llloot-
I'll I will iii the future, us in tin- past,
give all tin- time .nnl attention nouubS.
.nv io promote the best interests of
Itevelstoke,
Solicltilicj ymil- vote anil stlppoi't,
\ eelll' lellellie Ilt   -el'llllil,
II     ,1,   .Ml'SOlit.laY.
Men's Negligee Shirts.
Odd lines to clear, in a
large range of patterns
Sizes Ifi to 11'., but nol
in all patterns, [{on.
$1.25 in $1.75
JANUARY SALE PRICE. 75c.
Shoes! Shots! 75 Pair of
Men''. ' .rain Hlucll'crs in i.ui
nnil lilnck. pegged. These
-cil reguliii'l) -ii $i.W -
Men's Heavy Shirts.-
In Union Flannel, Grey,
tt few illnes, all at an
exceptional BARGAIN.
Regular Price, $1.25 to
$1.50	
JANUARY SALE PRICE. 90c
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A Strange Stury
U.u] j ..i meu  tell   trangt   uoi'ii ■     il
di ,»" ion -.'s      .in  the   fee,.' plati .
■    lent  described (■> tbo edi-
tm   nl   tbc   Mall Herald  and  vouched
•    "...    1   • (. eee   i    OoorRC   Hell   lill'l   lrir."
■ iu i'   Nleol. two O.P.R   employeci
lit     eel     Itl'Vl'l ' t" .U a- 1   e-ik|
. ■■   i'i mmi    'nil-   an .en.   ■•'.   thl     I' .mv
i: n n lugs whb'h cvt i   befell       a
loader   u  this or iioj   i Ihei    oui
'i i • iiiiui   7iii     about   I" a.m.,
i, ,r  min ■   .ii.  enginei r and        Bra-
,i.-i'    •      -  iv. ly, ou Ungluo 1848 pul
ii ■ t'-i' • West between Lorotta and
1   ••, iin  on the track ahead
'  "      coyute i iiiiiiiii< ahead     •>!
along ihe track. The Bn
'leei   up,   and  iu-   Uie  all-.m-
i Cut   :  '■•   w-ive fiom tbe track,
: ere ti th.' throttle and • omirn i
i ■" gain on it rapidly. The Hreman
■ i. it through tbe lefl cab » I
alked  along  the  running   board ami
onto iho pilot, tho engine      »'as
i em t touching I li. It ,"
ite, the Hreman hoMini; onl
ll ' i      !Vt '   with  one  hnn I   lo
\' r      .-I |     .e.-l-t'.-.J    tfie-    It, |  . ,ei:-      inilllill
Hall maddened cun
I rn   ug anil m a few minute
Iremai   swung  the v ofl
gro ■ I nn.I dasbi J it.
Opt   til"     'Ve"  t. •     '.'..-Ud.
\\e. trail      irrived
■ . •   ihi  remains e.f Mi.'   r. ote wi -
Mi   Laughton ot tl    Wiml
■vie.,  had   '
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Sr    SALE PQICE. SI 75 Per Pr.
Men's Extra Quality Elastic Ribbed Shirts and
Drawers- Good, heavy
garment, antl one that
will give satisfaction.
Regular $2.30 per Suit.
JANUARY SALE PRICE. $1.75
I'er Suit
3
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
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^iu^.ui^aiUfeUi.iiiiiUiUiiiiiUiuuiUiiuaiUiiuuiiUUiiUiug;
NOTICE
Men's    Elastic     Kihbeil
Shirts   and    Drawers.
UeK- $1.00 i>er garment
JANUARY SALE PRICE. SOc.
Men's Wool Mackinaw
Coats, black or Khaki,
leather  bound pockets.
J ANY. SALE PRICE, $4.50
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Versailles Please Lalgary
I'., the Bilitor Mail Herald
My   nuo Hon    "      i e'lMiei   I..      what
sQurue 'he fol  Bne.-i ol three thoun
i.n.l ir.'.f hundred odd dollar^ »;i.
.t'i Ive ! '■ "in mh uuitc bve'Imute
.it-) ei'iiie     in order.   I have tee   :,i
thill       '      11   '.     OP   'lii'n    llle'   O.lel1 .■      ,.'
i' uutsntK)  ilollur    on tbt   I9tb  ol
lutj   mil  bs   en ■   fi.er,' Mi'i t ii land
ladies ' '   Ion;   town housi    I    e ■!'•
,!■■''      ii    Itj     Wh;    hould     ti
r.e'M.i-1.-    ' thost  hou '     ■   '    lined iu
one ttu) ol  • ■'""' • ii'i'M"  tu the    ci
lent "f ih.OAii i one ihou and dollar
A high legal authoi ll '■  11 Url isb Uolumbia  ^nys   mv  pei • " dt > v ng
t'teeiii oil the!-   women nre liable     -
i.v id.i! prosecution Whal about the
i orporation ol the     City  ol  Ri vol
toke   It i'.v ".    ,   pro :  one  thou.
.ml dollars ol  nlooil money  in     om-
:. i Irotu 'be'Ho untortunate women.
Will tho eliisew cf Itevel toke pertnlt
the terrlblt condition ol grail that
appeal ' pi u nl n tbo segregated  ■  unch< r..e.:.
i w,  grntt  ii
UUIOI t'lUnt ell.II.    '
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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 1913
I'n the   Electors  of Waul One:
VOTE l-'OK
G. D. SHAW
I'tiK ALDERMAN
And for   the    Development   ol
Revelstoke aloi ^ Progress-
i\ i' Lines.
Min ELEGTIQHS1913
To the Electors of Ward Two:
Youi  vote and  influence arc
respectfully solicited for
W. 13.  DONALDSON
.•OR ALDERMAN
f elected I «UI give my hi t
effort; for the good ol Ward T\ ■!
and the Citj generally.
Municipal Elections
1913
TO   rllK i-;i.l'i"l'ni;s OK u vllU 2.'
I  am   igali   beton   you, .ih ., CHti.li-
.Ih'o '...  the pysttion ni Alderman Ior
tin   t'ttv  e.f  Revelstoke tor thc yenr
til:!.    I   wish  t.. thank  you lor     tbc
conhdeuci   yen havo reposed in       nm-
during past terms e.f ofllce hm .1 civil
it ,'te'-. nt ■ Ive   and .    by my conduct
i       -      .. rltcd BUch conBdence     mil
lame,  I would request you
■ - • Bt m  youi    onfiden ■     j   again
■     mh   ballot In my favor on
De     January   Uth.
H   HOWSON
1 have opened up a Restaurant in Lower Town
and will serve all Chinese dishes, such as chop
Suey, Noodles, etc.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
KEE MOON
I'lrst Hour West, Next to I'ite Hull
TELEPHONE    787
Luml)
A Pure Cream cf Tartar Powder
Dr. Wm. Sedgwick Saunders, Medical Officer
of Health of the city of London, Eng., was
good enough to say that a long and universal experience has proved a cream of tartar
powder the most cficient, safe and economical, making food which could not he
deleterious to the n ost  delicate stomach.
In England the saie of baking powder
containing alum is absolutely prohibited.
WHEN BUYING WAKING POWDER, RlvAD THE LABEL.
umbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
liefoic buying your out-
lit ol wot king clothes
fnr tlie liusli. I iti»ke «
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pantl. Sox, Shirts
Blnukets nnil everything
reinilrrd in vour tiniinemi.
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'Jinary Imim t,*c. '.:, i).,sli ul ty;ec
net matter Tbo ivldtDfll ol Uio in-
. cgatioa a« i t ... l, tfoLtuln* nil
ii.-. inlejrii.ation ou irnibg 'be
norld wh. h tb< bigot tun., ia to 11
t,oii |.. )4** f*    '.hi us ft jurt>at
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Municipal Elections 1913
• ira of Ward T.vj.
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I'lie     I.l,.li.'.S      111.I     UOUtll 111. 0    ..1   ttlel
Three wiio   i. kindly volunteerod their
Hupport and vote on my bohall a« a
. .ill'll.1,it"    tor     till      |li'HltleeU    Ot    Allll'l'
nmn during the' Forthcoming election,
w.ll i'l •.■,■-.' luccpl thia Intimation,
tbat uA'lng ie. pressurii ul bueinu> . i
; : d .e. my time w.ii bc occupied dui
ing l'.il3, nn.t I would be unablfl ii
■ lecU-d m give mj ivic ijutie that
■■ ten iou evhlcli i belt Impot mei
would warraut, and which my BUp
portcre could certainly have eipccte'l
i Hir.|..i     ii, in mu. -c innt  I mn com
tidied   'ee   lecllne  a   iiouunalion      Ioi
any civil  imaltion during tho conin
year.
M>   ■ lend    ui'l   - ippottere • an ret
that   in  mc luturo n^ In tbe
i'.i t, whether In n civle ejr »ri i'ati Cn
pncltj    .       '      en "i Rovelotoki ni)
-   II   tut   put   l.ir.veir.l |
• b      tercel   il oui  i
\V. II. HOROBIN.
| J. P. SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42   ■    Night Phone 85
\V.   PARKY
Hu-    mil .eil- ' ei ■ I'tltiug. INc«
.mil Secuiiil-liiiml. I
lloil-l llolil -.ili l li "pel.illi
C'uuducti i uuj where.
Sm i ■>{action guaranteed,
Auctioneer and Valuer
Wl \ t'l.'- I til, K  n ■
To All Our Customers
and Consumers oi
G. B.
Chocolates
We wish a
"HAPPY NEW VEAR"
KNDWLER S IUIIV
Distributors
Vancouver.    -    B. C.
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muhiLihl EUCItONS 1813
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W tglt u BUtt   n
COMING EVENTS
.Inn.  U-1-' W.'   Voroatilen    lvmprcun
Theatre.
.Innuaty   lie I'm       Aihohubu    Ooub.i
g„aitetu, tm,.i«i« l*»ane
CIVIC EltCIila WW
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.    RIUPaiTRII K.
J. A. HOY
Tetcher of Violin
Pupil of Ernest Simple, of Win*
nipegi nnd Prof. Fredi i
lat'- nf London, Kno;.
| StgUio at City Hotrl
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nduotad lo «   in« -'ml • 'i'"
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The opera, the concert and 1l" vaudeville of the city come to the small town
more vividly than ever before on the
Edison
Phonograph
new     o       I ie Hue Amberol
i  in tone an I i ,   iduces in a more
■ ' tt   i,"i.e ■ |.   inogra| h rei on ever
[lie h   t musii nnd Bongs of the
.n Hlue Ain'i. roi Re
ily its at fir..1,tor
Hue i out,
II : i      in d ali i'   '
T|,.,m«lA   UaMH.Ia,     ' "•   1 lo A»OnOtOMOi N. J., V.I. A.
A ■ e.mpl'i r linn of I.iii ..ni t'le-ni'igraplii and Recordt will bo lound at
JOHN BINGHAM SATURDAY,  JANUARY  11,  1918.
TECE MATL-HERAL1 >. m    VELSTOKU
SAT' i'i   ' I INI AI'.V   11,   1'IH
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Slaug
Brand New Pianos direct from the New Scale
Williams' Factory at Oshawa, Ont., for sale at
Slaughter Prices. Usual Sale Price, $450; but
wishing to clear ourselves entirely of our
Piano Stock, we will sell at the following
prices and Terms.        .
For Cask,
$50 down and $50 Quarterly
with Interest
$25 down & $25 Every Two
Months with Interest
- $300
■ 325
.    350
IFOIB   ZP-A-IRTICTTILi^IRS   APPLT   TO
THE REVELSTOKE CENERAL AGENCIES, LTD.
KOOTENAY     LODGK,  No.  ii A.  F.
aud A. M
Regular meeting* are heid in MASONIC TBMPLH, Oddfellowi' Hall
on th* Third Monday in each montb
at 8 p. m. Viiiting brethren art
cordially  welcome.
W. THOMSON, W. M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,   Secretary.
C. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No.  lit
Meete Second    and      Fourth Wednes
daya    in each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.     Viaitlng  Woodmen aro
cordially Invited to attend
A.   J.   WOODLAND,  Con.  Com
JAMES  McINTYRE, Clerk.
ROBERT  SMITH.
Provincial  Land   Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZlE  AVE.,
BOX   10«.   RBVHILSTOKH
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE,   No. Mtl.
OF I. O. F.
Meeto in I. O. 0. F. Hall next   to
Tapplng'o Opera Houae every aecond
and  fourth Monduy  in  month.  Viaitlng brethren cordially  welcomed.
O. W. BELL, 0. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Soe.
YNOPSIS   OF COAL MIMING
REGULATIONS.
SELKIRK     LODOE  lil,  1. O. 0. F.
Meet* overy     Thuroday evening   in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock.     Vloiting
brethren cordially  invited.
JOHN LYON      N. G.
JAS.   MATHIE,   Sec.
OOLD HANQE LODGB,      K. ol    P..
NO. U, REVELSTOKE,  B.  0.
Moot* overy  Wedneaday  except    th*
Third Wednesday ol oaeh month     ln
Oddtoliuwo" Hall at tr o'clock. Vlait-
lag Kaighls' ar* cordially invited.
F. W. TERRY, 0. O.
G. ft. I'.Ki..K.  K. ot R. A S.
U. nl w.
UEVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDEI'
MOOSE No. 1085
Meets every first and' third Tuesday iu Oddte.lows Hall. ' ViBiting
brsthern cordially  Invited to attend.
U. 'R. Lawrence,   Dictator.
E. Edwards, Secretary.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM.
Barristers,  Solicitor*,  Etc.
Imperial  Hank   Building   Uevel-
stoko, R. 0.
Money to Loss.
Olllceo—Rovelotoke.    B.   0..     and
., Cranbrook
On. 9. McCartor,
A. M. Pinkham,
Uevelet.i.ke,
P-  P.
J. A. Hary*y
Craubrook
W.   H-   WALLACE,   M.H.C.H.A-
.ARCHITECT       \
i',»o. .Box !•<>• n»»rifto>t. a,o.
Coal mining rights ot tbe Domiuion
in .M.iinioleii, Saskatchewan und Alberta, the Yukon Territory, lhe
North-went Territories und in a portion ol the Province oi British Columbia, may be loused lor a term ot
twenty-one years at an annual rental of il an acre. Not more than
1,660 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application tor lease must be made
by tho applicant in person to tbe
Agent or Sub-Agont of ths district
in which the righto applied tor are
situated,
In ourveyed territory the land must
bo described by sections, or legal
sub-divisions ol sections, and in un-
stu'veyeii territory tbe tract appliod
(or shall be staked ou*. uy tho ap -
1,1,mint  bimsell.
Each applicant mult be accompanied by a feo of $o which will be refunded if the rigbto applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output ol tbe mine at tbe
rate of five e»nt» per ton.
The porsou operating tbe mine shall
furnish tbo Agent witb sworn returua i
accounting for lbe full quantity ot I
'merchantable coal mined and pay tbe I
royalty thereon. II tbo coal mining I
rights, are not being operated, euch I
return* should be furnished at least ,
once a year.
Tbe leuse will include the coal mia-
Ing rights ouly, but tbe lessee' ma;
be permitted to purchase whatever
available surfuce rigbto may be considered necessury tor th* wotking o!
tbe mine at tbe rate o! |10,00 an
uere.
For full information application
should lie mude to tho Secretury ot
the Department ol the Interior, Ottawa, or tu tbc Agent or Sub-Agent
uf |iiiiiiiie,.ui  Latido.
W. W.  CORY,
Notice is hereby  given  thui  meel
ing* or the Provincial Labour   Com
mi sion will be held at  tho lollowing
places:—
Kamloops -  Wednesday,     January
!i2nd. Courthouse, 10 a.m.
Salmon  Ann       Thursday.  January
Hrd.
Revelstoke—Friday,   January  24th, I
Courthon •'.  in a.m.
Othei     meetings wlll he announced
later.
The  Commission  will  hear evidence
on uil matter affecting labour     eon -
eiitinns in th" Provinoe.   All persons
Interested nre invited to lie present.
H. Q. PAR80N,
Chairman,
Rich in all
will'
Y.M.C.A. NOTES
PURITY FLOUR
K.   R.   Mt NAMAKA,
Secretary.
1st ie.  J.6 6t.
const
PUR1TV
FLOUR
More Bread aildf&tter Bread
Sold by A. HOBSON. REVELSTOKE
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Turn idle hours into
concrete fence posts
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EVERY i.irmer iinds himself now and then with a
i hours in which both himself and '"'
few inlf
his help must look for ""'lil
jobV" to keep them busy.    Use these hours to make com    I
fence posts     You can make a few il ■• time,   torina tlu-nt until needed
when you want a fence in the new Held, your posts   everlasting, concrete po
.ire all ready to use.    The making of fence posts is only one ol scores of cvery-day
uses foi concrete on the farm described in the book,
"What The Farmer Can Do With Concrete"
NOTE~Thii 160 pige book will be tent toyi
tome   (it enl Dl flare yoimcllunili- n iy otn
I     -      , .      '        ■    ,
oh "iiii.ii,    Jn-1 tend u! youi
-r pl-   .
ndadtlmi.    Addieis, 	
Publicity Manager
Canada Cement Company Limine I
■ HERALD BUILDING, MONTREAL
511
IIT HEN sou   bin' cc-ncril,   rrmemh r lhal tht farmers of Canatlt
W i     ■■■■--    ' - '
have found thai "Canada" i> n.iit i$ bc.t
every bag and barrel
Look far (Af lalt.i nn
Tbe  Boj     D    ■   Clu - .
I in'.   Thei.' aro ,i goodlj  num. ei at
tending    v.'iy  Sunday.       Tomorrow,
rtnndny,  Jan-  tlth will  lie   t.nry  Bun
i.,\     \'i  tioyi   'ii th- clt j  who     do
nol at tend an)  othi-r cl ■
vhethci  they axe a "i M.C.A. mi
i- not,
Men's  sme.i..i   Meu tinday
.   ■ 11 .... ,   ,    , I    tht R      CA. Pro
■ uniei  will ~i>» ak.   Mi    Duck   * ill sing
ill in.!', ari   mv .!• .i
The Basketball gai    -    ■    progress
.i .•  i.
.   played, with the Pirates In tl
neheads  bn^
Ing them for nil they are north.
in the Junloi gan
.ii thc lead wltb ihe Diehards on
their heel wiib only onu name behind. The i'ui eat. ui ttie J unior boys
inti invited tn these games ut any
Ume,   Thu boys games begin at t.45.
ltOWl.lNii   TOURNAMBN l'.
ri. hudulo lor bowling lcaguo to     be
mn by  tbe Y.M.C.A. bowllag Uub to
lominence  Monday  evening  Januaiyi.
Ml  league  iranies commencing ai     I
dock sharp.
Bt,    .lohn-.    vs.    1.0.u.i*'.,    Mcaday
I miliary 6th.
...M.'.A.   v«. Corley  Hou*', Tuee-
i iy, January 7th.
Hire. i..e      i i,    i   I'll ,    Wedncdai
lanuary iih.
HntiK- vs. Bt. Pctera, Thursday, Jan
uury 9th.
H   H. d. vs. St. Johns, Friday Jan
uarj   10th.
.M.i'.a. v.'. I.O.O.F., Monday Jan
uar}  liuh.
Directors  vs.   Corby   Houso.   T'J"
day January Hth.
Hanks vs. O.P.R., Wednesday,   Ft
i my ISth.
St.  Peters vs.  R.H.8 .     Thursday,
I in nry Itth.
■'•'•     Johns   vs.  N.M.'   A.,  Friday,
i '   inty 17th.
Directors vs
:0th.
l'i.U.K.   vij	
"iniiary 21st.
;'    Johns vs. C.P.R.,     Wodnsday.
' i  uury 22nd.
'■   II. 8. va. Corley Hou e,   Cl
January 23rd.
nks vs.  Y.M.C,A., Friday, Jnnu-
34th.
.  Peters va   Dlrcc'ora,     Monday.
i . nary 27th.
'   I.O.F.  Ti,  C.P.R.,  Tu«e«l..yl  Jan-
ti.
R H.S.   vn.   ■! ..M.C.A.,       ft'edOl
I eimary 21th.
I Minks      nt.    St.   Johns.   Tl
hiuuary iVXh,
Corlej   Honsi   vs,   31.  Peters,    Fri-
. ni. January  list.
C.P R l: H.s ,  Monday    Febu -
Director       v.     Y..M.t'.A.. Tuesday.
I   4th.
i   ■.      Wednesday, Feb
Si. Peters, Thursday,
e th.
C.P.R.,     Friday,
.   7th.
1.   .  tors     vs    I O.O.F.,      Monday,
■ib.
St.  Johns Corley House, Tues
F     uarj   llth.
C.P.R1   vs,   i  M.C.A..      Wednesday,
Uth. 6
I.O.O.F.   vs.   H1H.S.,   Thursday, Feb
■  s
Coi    i    Ho.iso,      Krldft),
r.tb.
st    Peters     vs   Y.M.C A., Monday,
arj   I7tb.
Bank-   va    R.H.8., Tuesday,     February 18th,
I.O.O.F.  vs. Corley House, Wednes
iry   19th.
Bl    Juhns vs.  Direi-tors. Thursday,
February 20th.
Peters es. C.P.R., Friday, Feb-
ruai y 21st,
It.US. vs.  Dire, tors,  Mouday, February 24th. I
Hank.,  U  i.day  -'anu
St. Peters,     Tuesday
INSTAL OFFICERS
Revel toke Aerie Nn.  132, F. 0. EB.,
tatlat 'en ..I officers and tnlt -
n      .re lidat.   on   January  7th.
licei        were Installed
by P,   W.   Pre-1.lent Wlscner:
W.   I'.-R.   Bee-k.
'.'■' \ .P.—J. 'J. Cressman.
aln—0   Harper,
Treasurer— J   C.  Tapping,
e'tary—W.   B.  Ml.nuchlln.
IctO^-F    vv    Wnrnnup.
I. O.-Oeo. Bmith,
o. G.—T. Downs.
Trustee*—W    K.   McLauchlln,   Jobn
Ls irhton, H.J. McSorley,
\   banquet    ■ '   alter      thk
regular meeting Tuesday night Jan.
Mth. All visit in.- members eordlaily
invited.
WANTED—Bj   an experienced •
women,     employment     as e-oeeV-  o
chambermaid,   Mt .  C   b.  Murphy
1 fa  ••   199,
WANTBD l)j   -uniii.   exporiencei
young lady      >sl Ion ac Wu'.sob .i
to assist » ' .    ■ in*- worl ian
ol  children    Mise Cornell,    General
■ ■.    i; ..     oke,  I     i .
WANTED—A tIiii for general house
work. Thrto in family, nu children.
apply '"ci TM, Reveletoke, B.O. 2v, JAT1 RDM     ""■' \;'v     I      '' :
THE MAIL-HEBALD, JR.    VELSTO K^D
SATURDAY,  JAKUABY U, WW.
Cirooration of the
City of Revelstoke
Cash Statement for Year Ended December 31st, 1912
Kjeceipts
I ... in    ai Januurj.  1311!,,   „ ,:. 185. aa
fasal ion
 lull  $23,070.1
i.  . rij   Tax    An< ara   •. . tu, ian, .-
Loca '     enl   Tax    i il2         1,1*6^.111
il     COI   'I .is    Arum •           1,885.) ■
ill     C'CBts  ...  -; ..;.       L80.I
i    i        .       2, Hi, i. .He
: : ■ " IS   , ....!...' 1,1 11
'    \       1,047,20
i'"i   T,,\           ■fie.t.,f
■   ,f 5411.31
ulel j
-  ,..$      .',,'.1   'I     M
iV.'ii       .-'■■-     ..   .. 1 "i llll
.    !•' . • .    .. 1)8,2
r.i.HM
'    ,-   i   -"   ' - ..       I'11.01
I    l,i I. '
Stiiidi I i
Inu "         n     \ rears  ol Taxes » 8U( ,i',4
Hi hit ■-  I' HI
Et. nu                 . i.OO
Temporary  i	
I'M. $20,1    "'.'I'
L, -    Ilei .. .         15,1   '■ Od
.-I'i MM       B
IIII      '      li' UU1        >
Wati i an I Lighl  I ui plu
'■,■   ■   | t|      i ■ ' ' ... > 3,8;
■    ■        !•••              772.RC
i
!'    nt   I'.I •■ '"II"
n.tll      '/,      ll  	
Other  Iteccipl
.    (      M Ki ...:■    iv-  ,  \v.   ■   Bylaw...? 2,5«n.O0
■■ ■   hewers    .   .  10,001 0
■   i' mei t   a dswttls .   hyluw     , .   ' 1.49H 13
i     : -      ■    Sinking      Pin 'Is        I.ly" ■'■'
■ •    Bank    Sinkiug   Kami     10,000.01)
       231.71
■t
Ual ,    ,i 31pI  Dercmhcr 1012
' ivi "1:.,!'    f 1.528.7-8
       237;57
-   S    1,291.21
Payments
.,'1      Ml
,,000
,283
:.. ,    ie
ni3.li
Viliniiusiriitivi'
ki. ' i km    Ripen es 	
Po tuiti    ". I  Telegrams
Printing anil  Slultoncry  ..
Otlice   Kxpnnscq   	
tjrltce   s.'iliiin'-   	
An I.l    	
111'. MM'  !      l'.llll	
I.'iimI, Cily Hull   	
Jmittor .ui.i Supplies
Li li i'   ISxpi ii ■■'■•'   	
i luurui   tlomla  	
e\SSCSSIIIL'lll    	
i: -     i  lion    i(   I'li.iv.h „
ihi   I lull   ''i'i    sp     	
t 'Hi ■    Piirml ure       	
Mayoi      i"'1' ■ " iy 	
i i ,     a.   e '" '    ..
Pllblil      -   :!' I
Health .   ...
Plnnihlng Inspector 	
Police   Salaries   	
Pull i   Signal   	
Poll . ,  ile'ii'T il   Rxpensos
I1,-    i Nothing   	
.- ;■' "ml      Polico   	
Prinsontrs  Gunrd  	
Prisoners Health 	
Pi .-.'ii. i   Clot lune 	
Mac,   ' .." '    Sainry 	
.'    '   ■  iinienaiiec  	
■Inii    i'i 11 il ut'    	
i'    ii.. n Pn> LM-nt. 	
l'"u. I    Police  Station 	
Kin men'i.  Clothing  	
Kin"  Hripnth   Equipment  .
Kil e.n'ii    Rxpi nse>   	
Kire    iiiiii   Upkeep 	
Kirenii n   Insurance   	
v re  Cull  Caretaker 	
Km I,  i'n-"   Hull   \i
Kire   Vlnim  	
Kuel. Pur Hnll No. 2
Inquests   	
i "in. terj Repaii . ...
i'en .'Hi>      Caretakci
lli-ni:il'C"      	
Repairs t.. Buildings .
Si'vi' * 'i'uti. ctiona . .
Flu Im'im Sewers 	
I
113.65
, 58.41
4CJ.26
167.44
3,701.55
150.00
910,97
148.7*
448,85
He IH"
10(00
307.20
7.2U
49.75
149.71
Mill.uu
177.15
928,65
900.00
6,391.94
131.34
1,142.20
260.50
1.1.5(1
240.00
lie.1,0
2,65
ino.un
966.60
113,62
894.75
108.11
•i8.r,o
140.31
79.85
94.22
250.(11)
300.M
54.80
12.70
206.33
20.00
49.45
I2U.0O
480.00
:11M.S7
i 32.1 I
21.00
',031.91
? 15,884.45
Public Chanty
S.i k i.nei lhi-11* ute    	
iie.iLitiw aii fcterteteteg
i'u|e|.»«tT Aci-mrs'   	
,.%     "M.»u
t.«+.!»
R58.1*
%   2,772.60
Public Convi niiencc
-    ' et-  and  Sidewalks Construction
City Foreman's Salary 	
Street  Maintenance and  Repairs 	
Tcan Btor'>      Wages	
Team ISxpens .-.,  Etc  	
Rock Crusher expends 	
Snow  Service'  	
Pound  Keeper  Bud  Pound
8i wer Pipi a  	
Tooli     	
Parks 	
Sidi walk Con 'ruction 	
Sidewalk  Repairs 	
Cutting Weeds  	
,J i   ■  Lighting    	
Stt    i   Signs   	
:"   ■   Lighting,   N''*  System
-:" il k lug
■    Kdu  Bl  Oil
Prii   •• >■,  Salat	
Trustee .Genera
i ■    t..      ii •'    -' hool
329.70
t,'00.00
1.5E0.70
1,020.00
(117.45
335.38
313.93
43.60
134.M
30.50
ia-, :;.
161.62
15   '.3
(s (HI
501.42
21.95
I'M.7ft
f   7,177.80
4ite
111 794.35
-
. ■ .,'   '■: •'     lei
irtivetnent ...... .
NOTK   • W '•• i  » I'
'•
I-     • ■ 1.
'
<
Liabilities
Del I't.niie'h Issued.
General  JIM,300.00
General ror Water and I.icht     171,500.00
Wniar ami     Light     127,000.011
Local   Improvement    117,574.28
   1574,371.28
\dvunee MeKonzlo Av., H., Deb. not i,s.» 2,700.00
Advaiice McKeuzie Av.,W., Di'b. ni't ies. 2,500.00
Advance Cement Walks, Deb. not Issued 11,498.18
Advance Sewer-, Deb. noi isa led     10,000.00
cAssets
Assets Available.
Arrears ol   Titles,     General	
Arrear.e. o( Taxes, Local  Improvement.
Cadi     on     hand 	
Sundry Ilehirrs 	
.f :'l,SM.B
.    11,908.98
2.37.57
52.50
Siiii.iri Creditor*,
upon account tor aupplles
Tax Sal" Surplus 	
Ooi'pouM not presonted .
Molsons  Dank  overdraft  	
Mi.ii -t.< Bank Temporary loan 	
Iiepo it  accounl  iWntei  and Light)
» 26,698.18
in han.l  *    4,839.112
  397.IT
       1,100,01
(8       1.528.7S
6,000.00
72.!
Assets nol   Available.—Administrate
City Hall    arnl     Furniture 	
I 33.7S8.91
e,
.1    6,124.74
%    f.'.M   11
 —   % 18,638.42
Surplus Aci ount—Being
over Liabilities, thus-
Sinking Fund  Accounts
Sinking Fund for 1912
Genernl   Aerount   	
esce-a  of   As-et-
.V F3.208.69
.. 14,605.96
.    66,770.46
 $1.14.485.10
Totnl
$739,195.98
Publio Bafotj.
Firi> Hails 	
.lali 	
Fiie Brigade Equipment
Fire Alarm System 	
Isolation Hospital 	
Other Properties 	
Puhlio Convenience.
t-tree's      anel     Hiile'ulke   	
Parks 	
p.oa.i Machinery and Equipment ,
Scwi rs 	
Water,   Light and  Power.
Capital  Expenditure 	
Book     Debta   and Btock 	
Publio Education,
School Site-, iiiiigs.. Furniture
Sinking Kneel Inv.efititionts.
Savings   Punk   	
City   Debentures Purchased  	
... 6,340.00
....$ 7,500.00
... 4,300.00
... 3,600.00
....(, 900.90
.... 2,335.47
     | 24,985.47
...$71,600.00
7,2<S>.0U
....    11,500.00
....  110,778.83
„?337,857.61
....    10,631.66
$200,978.88
$34S,4«9.2!1
$ 81.to0.00
„..| 44,039.89
....    19,1CS.fi«
    $ 68,208.69
Total
$759,195.93
oAudited and found correct,
W. T. STEIN CSh CO., F. C. A., City Auditors.
RcvclMokc,  H. O.  lith  Januaiy, 1913
Water C& Light Dept. Profit CBi Loss Account
Water  Rate     $ 15,320.2!
l.lghl   Rates     34,011.20..
peeii.'i   Rate
M."i,i     Route 	
Tappiug  Muias 	
Installation md Fixture
 $
3,111. iO
1,146.75
13.50
260.S9
I  i2,446.15
Pilntlng and Stationery  $     302,43
i'licc lt. * M., Power House       1,2(2 <y
Sal.'ine-        1,824.60
$   1,410.94
$ 13,867.09
W.it • ■ Repairs and .Maintenance" 	
Blec. It. & M. City 	
flti-l   l"i   Gas   Plant  	
Postage aii') Tclograms 	
Siding Rent  	
Kin 1 lor Power Hone 	
W.  it  L.   PiB'niiiii    	
Tools,   City   	
Clearing Log Jams 	
Insurance 	
Legal   Expenses  	
Tool i, Power House 	
Pipe    Th.iuim;   	
Sinking Fund on D-bn J.P.v. and Y.
Sinkini! Fund on Dcbi. H. I. ami T.
Interest on Debentures J.I'.V. aud Y.
.■.,<i 60
686.16
142.18
131.56
.'.l.uu
Xl'i.'lf)
9,",W.8I
84.69
131,^e
1,502.05
1H.05
47.3H
IV.mi
1,779.13
4.701.54
5,650.00
Statement School Expenditure for Year 1912
STA'i'KMK.vr SCHOOL EXPENDITURES KOR YEAR 1912.
Ii. in Public School High School
Interest    on    Debs.    H.    I.  and T      8.-57ft.OO
Teachers ..
Ji iiliorn
rf. Cl itlll y
Supplloi   ..
Fuel   	
Itti'iiirs   ...
Giott.ds  ..
Printing .
Medical ...
lie i.lenial
....$13,145.00
....    3,024.35
168.00
.... 1,054.16
... 1,353.57
....      711.85
199.38
27.43
100.00
97.34
$3,27fi.(K)
130.00
18.«>0
36.36
1(16.91
7.90
4.H3
Ditlvr. [• •• i.l   A.-nets   Jun.   1,   1912   De.
31
$ (3,771.9!
| 10.096.17
229.4V1
$ 10,824.66]
Totals     $18,881.48. $3,570.02
l hereby ccrilfy tbo above i"- s true ftr.d correct account
ri   in  Bcbool Expenditures lor th.> year 1913.
T.  KILPATRICK, Chairman.
T. W. BRADSHAW, Beeretary.
School   Trustees   estimate of eipeusrji for 1912 w»s$24,ooo.oo
Pi'llic      Heroin    $18,881.4H
High    Hchool      3.570.02
MEMO,
Anioi.u*      as     above ...
Less received dom  U.i
 $1l,163.2ii
In addition lr> tbe above 1he euai of $CSA.OO was a iTOlwed
• •n account o,' purchu-a, of High S.-hool Si'c
Light Planl   $   6,066.98
■»''■■■     Plant         '.7>4v.34 	
Paid to General Fund      8,840.38 I l.csi received fiom U.i . Government
$ 10,324.66,
i li   Water aad Lighl Ix-pnriineiit ba- also ,n sseet, Amount   expended   for     Schools   1911 	
$120i   u  ..  received from the B.O. Government for instai
latim, etc., on theTralBc Bridge o r.. s the Coluuib'a river.;
li  ,i Mn e u '•! 'He above profit tb- fit >■ bas supi Hud tree;
1 Mu      pal and Btr Light lag, etc., ai< (ollowi i
'.   ."I'm $7,402.14 »
Harms          16S.43
Mui      i   Purposes      2.047.30
19,609 7'
.-   ol costs the »utei  f t .-trcet
•- ■
■'•■   i ,-vi.iry,  1918,  niidi-l.al  nod found
*      1        "ill   Jt CO.,   F.i'   \..  ('.•;■   Au'l.'
$22,451.50
 $84,451.60
     H.283.J0
Tr
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Write Ideas for Moving Picture Plays
You Can Write Photo Plays and Earn
$25.00 or more Weekly.
WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW
.    dnu     I  VOU OOO THINK -WS Will »hPW you th.' xe-retsuf this fa.-'in»tilig new pro-
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»     '      I msnv 1'I erstroin thf lilm manufacturers, ^-nch ft viTAttliAPH, EDISON,
- \n .. I.' MIN.   HOfaAX    IMP.   RKX,   IIKI.IAMK.   OUAMPION,  COMLT,  MBL118,   Etc.,
d photoplay to them.   Wa want mors writer* and wa'U gladly teach you the secrets
Wm arm smiling photoplay) written by poop'e u'*''.  "mover  before  utroie  a   llmo  for
'iratimn."
laasforyou     If you c«n think nf only one goo« idea ever/ weak,  anu
•.'■•■   ■     ,   ii  ■   .. i .'I..   ,ird t   .'.'..f/,    .ily gl", a'.ov Bgure.
You will F.arr. SIOO monthly for Spare Time Work
Kiw-aa *-•■-<     slid ti uue an,  oddnM at  once for  fre»   copy  of our ill  atra'el brvik,
' Kijlil  "M i Picture Ptaywrttlng.",
I em' liesltats.   Don'l argue Write NUWandli irnjust what thii new profession mny mean for
I ,, .uul your flit ii •
NATIONAL AUTHORS' INSTITUTE,   .   164S Broadway. New York City
—a— *■
ADVERTISE IN THE "MAIL-HERALD" BATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1M3.
THE  3^E^IXJ-BCER^.IJr),  REVELSTOKE
vn i'.il Vi     i \st  ',i:v  11,11| ■;
I wish all my patrons
"A Happy and Prosperous New Year"
S. G. ROBBINS
.
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG  &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF   FINE   WELT   SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of evory pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
*
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing <&.
Sheet   Metal Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
——————.^____________________^____
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
I'hone :S1
Ni|<lit Phone 40
!'. O. Hoi 4t9
Howson C$> Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cAdded.
Howson CS> Co., Ltd.
ARE YOU MUSICAL, ?
i
Then take advantage of an exceptional oppootunity. Call
at BINGHAM'S MUSIC STORE and inspect our stock of
Mandolins, Violins, Guitars, Accordeons, Piccolos, Flutes,
Multi-Flutes, Harmonicas, Sheet Music, Albums, etc,
EDISON PHONOGRAPHS and VICTOR GRAMOPHONES. Also 500 Edison Records selling at 45c., (usual
price, 65c.) and a good selection of Blue Seal Unbreakable
Records at 65c. Good stock of Player Rolls, Selling at next
to cost price to clear.   Come Early and Get First Choice.
BINGHAM'S MUSIC   STORE
MacKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.    Phone 262.
1
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 of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, .Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKI SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. 0. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
r
WHITE PEOPLE
Patronize your own color by sending all your washing
to the WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY. Uet
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 I8SS
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
i9tit> ion   ;
Capital                                        I 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000.000 4,(100,000
Deposits       ....        23,1)77,730 85,042,811
Loans and Investments         -      27.4f>7,0!)0 38,854,801
Total Assets        -      -       -        33,000,192 48,237,284
Hm 83 Bronchial in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
th* Prlnolpal Cities In tho World.
A QKNIRAL HANKING BUSINESS, TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelatoke Branch, vv. H. PRATT, Manager
. . It Might 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 verified b.v uur 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. B0VD, Proprietor, •       Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
IUUST NKWI/V REPAIRED
RATES,
$1.50 PER DAY
Weekly mul monthly rates to be arranged.       Mmi Tickets, -1 meals (or f6.UI)
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C,
A. P. LBVBSQUB, Proprietor
Laughton (&, Tapping, Props. First Street, Kevelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
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 irkr.t affords. Best Win™, Liquors and
Clpar*     Rp*"* %t a d<ty.    Monthly ra'e.
J.   AIjBHB'X1     S'^ONM      .PBOP
ASK THE DRIVER
KrerrleodT  knows  hln,  hi
tell jou i list ths  whiskeyi w,
•filing sr* thr  I • «1.     Csll am.
convinced.    No household shoin
he without * supply of  our H«r-
My'l tpawtnl  looteh Whlsksy; our
Fr«ptA Liqueur Irantfy, guarantMd
Myiasis old or HMkbtrry■rmmty
for Medicinal purposes.   Our nimk
uf e hui. r Wines snd Liquors uf nil
kinds ftis unexcelled.     Hold hy sil
ths leading hotels, or telephone
Thn Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
mm* Mf p*m i fm ■»• «*** «***• •* *■*■»
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-ClasB in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY [':m§\
Special Weekly Kates
RIVLLSTOKUI.r.
E.   Q.   BURRIDQE
Tinsmith Repair*, Hot Air, Pip*
and Furnace work
WORK   SHOP
Oonnaufht 4«s.  •  *«v»l»to.»»
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
THEY WERE VERY RICH.
What Elbe They Wero W..'. Quaintly
Told by Mary Lyon.
Wlii'ii In 1NI7 M ii ry l.yon fotnidod
Hoiyiiko college the collectad the mon'
i'.v roqulrod for Its lirst blllklltlfi In
sums that ranged from «i conu i"
$1,000. she gol i.huo persona to hii1>-
Hcrthe. Ilor foal ga»e the D9W enterprise nn unusually wide loiimliitioii io
tho public Interest, imt mie <ti<i not ae-
1 .einiilii.li It without much bard work
or withoul gaiuiiiK wldu experience of
human nature.
One evening Miss Lyou arrived In
the Tillage of Ashllcld. Mass., at a
home where sbo was always welcomed,
gladly. She was full of hope and en-
thnsuuun. Would the squire take Iler
at once to W., where, sho had learned,
thero wan a family of wealth thut
might glvo liberally toward the seminary building?
"Supper nnd a good night's rest, Miss
Lyou," was tho reply, "and then my
turn,ir. shall hike you there."
The next morning as thoy were shirting tho squire's wife laid a gentle hand
on Miss Lyon's shoulder, with tho
warning: "Do uot expect too much, my
dear Miss l.yon. We know the people.
1 fear you will not DO successful."
With a beaming face Miss Lyou ro-
plicd: "Oh, 1 am told they are v(;ry
rich. I am sure they will help liberally."
Wheu she entered tlie bouse on her
return Miss Lyon weut quickly to her
friend, and, grasping her arm, while
conflicting emotions played over her
face, she said:
"Yes, lt Ib all true, Just as I wus told.
Ttey live in a costly house, It Is full
of costly things, they wear costly
clothes"—then, drawing nearer and
almost closing her eyes, she whispered
with unforgelable emphasis, "but, uh,
they're little bits of folks!"— i'outh's
Companion.
Corporation ol the City
of Revelstoke
PROCLAMATION
Public Notice Is In fi in uiv. n iee the
ulectot a i'l  tho Municipality of   Kev-
■ lieh.Ur Unu 1 require  I he pn-.
ilir Bald elecloi ■• al tbe Oltj   I lerk'e
Ollice, Cily II.ill,  Mackenzie  Aveuue,
in i he mh i'l ( iiy, "ii i li" 18th Jnnu ny,
I0IH, ni  12 o'clock n.n n,  for ' he pui
pose of election   pet'Sims  tn  represent
llieni   in   the   Municipal   ( hum. il   ,i
Mayor nnd Aldci nun. and also foi lhe
pin p.
tees,
iO lit    cleft Hm
Ti ii-
i  . ni d
FREEZING TO  DEATH.
Sensations That Come With Exposure
to Extreme Cold.
ln the course oi a series of experiments with extreme cold carried on at
Berlin, Itaoul t'letet, an investigator,
inserted his hare arm beyond tbe el-
how in a Chamber refrigerated to a
temperature ol hr>7 degrees below zero
J)\ and kept it there for several minutes. He suffered no permanent damage, but experienced a number of peculiar and painful sensations. The
chief of these and the most trying was
a Feeling of pain In tbe boues of the
hand nnd arm.
The pain increased steadily. It was
located chietly in llie Interior parts ot
the arm and was far less severe In the
(tortious near or at tbu surface. I'he
skin was purple when tho member was
"Ithdrawu. ln about ten minutes a
violent reaction set In with violent
burning sensatiou uC tbu skin wherever
it had been exposed.
Investigations carried on with docs
indicated that the process ot freezing
to death ls not necessarily an unpleasant one. Placed in a temperature ot
—128 to —150 the animals displayed
quickened breathing and heart beats,
with a decided rise above normal In
the blood temperature. Theso signs
pointed to a sudden nnd violent automatic effort of (hu heart to preserve
the bodily temperature. In spite ot energetic heart action tbe temperature or
tbe blood fell gradually to 71 degrees.
At this point the heart action ceased
very suddenly.
TUe sensations of bodily warmth and
languor mentioned in descriptions of
deuth by violent cold cau easily be understood in view ol thc above expert-
meuts.-New York Suu.
The iiiei.1" i.i  nominali..n
dales shall bu an roll, w -.
The candidal es ;. 'II lie nomin ited
inwiItlng; iln- wiiting ihall 1, sub
sorlbed by two voiei - ol i he Mm iei
pality ns proposer and seconder, umi
slieill Iii delivered to the Returning
i illi.-i-i' ni nny iini" bei wi en tin
of iliis notice and - p, ui.  on il"
ol Nomination; and in tl vent of a
poll lieing ii SBavy,  such poll will lee
opened on Thursday, the lOih iluy of
January, Uin. In tbe Oity Clerk's office,
in the city of Itevelstoke, and kepi
open between thi hour of nine o'clock
tn tbo forenoon nml i o'clock in ili"
afternoon for taking aud recording I In
votes of the electors of 'lee- suid City,
nl which every person i.- hereby required to take notice and govern tb i
Belves accordingly,
The persona qunlitled to be nominated for and elected as Mayor shall
he such persons as are male British
itibji   ts of the I       _,,' ■ f twenty-one
years and an i di qualified  undei
any law, anel havi boi li for Ibe m.\
months nesl preceding the day ol
nominal Ion,   the ri gistcred  on nei in
the Land Registry mii f land   or
teal)property in theC tj ol the assessed
value on lliu lasl Municipal Assess-
inenl Boll, of One 'I housund i loll n-
iii more over and aliovu any regl -i • i eel
judgment or charge, and who sre
otherwise duly qualitied us Municipal
Vieli'l a,
C.'.lirtDA
Cui!>  ■ Hi 'I  u Tone,
fecliou mi   se ,,l,'.   Design,
III..I   ll.ll .llellil \ .
I  pui i—■ >ii   w illi    oilier     in-l i il-
llll'lll-   .   ll!\      BCl • '        L'li   I'lll    i    .'
the qnality Lhal nia I ei the N KW
t i iM BE   li il nui ive and pro-eini-
ni'iit.
N, i ei suiters by comparison.
Lei ii- - how you our exclusive
mei hod ol construction, which is
ili" foundal ion of thai pure quality
..I | mi. nlw i\.. found in tbe Now-
i   iln-.
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
with hum mtrol i mtain all
tin- latest improvements and devices.
rtii    ■■■•■ loin    artistic in
desigt e of |    nq    I fc
Hi', ii ■ < ipened . wat ' oom on
McKenzie 1>'., Kevelstoke,
leu i hi   iniu of i ii .if!
Hi" -iipe'i v Islon e.f John Blng-
hum and II. <!. Itoden, we
i i'-| tfully lequesl   il"-   pub
lic ta  call
pianos,
uiul  examini
The Newcombe Finno Co., Ltd,
ri:\I'.i.Miiisi. M. c
Ilea    I iflie e    I      nti     I Int.
An Ancient English Workhouse.
In the records of St. Thomas' Uospl-
tal, London, Is an entry of thu year
loll) to the eflect that "ln consideration of the hole tytnc of tbe yere" the
l>oor be allowed "every one a duy three
pynlts of Here for two months." a
quart at dinner and a plot at supper,
and at tbe end of two months return
to "there olde ordinary allowance,
which is one quartc" The food at this
ancient workhouse was to bo dealt
with as liberally as the drink, ihu al-
tpoucr aud steward were to "bye no
by llu hut ot the besl, without bones
nud iu speclall without the marybou,
nnd none other to bu bowgbt"
Figure It Out.
A man had sixty ducks for sale snd
divided them into two lots of thirty
each. One lot was to be disposed of
at three for SI and the other at two
for $1. In his absence bis elerk h->l.l
the sixty ducks al live for $2, realizing
the sum of fli. ll sold according to
Instructions one purchaser would have
►rot thirty ducks for $15 and the other
thirty for $10, making >".'.". for thc lot.
TVhnt became of the mlnslng dollar?
A Modest Violet,
"I hnve ahnut furnished my house,"
bald thu eminent actress.
"iiow ubout pictures*"
"1 bave enough of myself to fill lho
parlOl and lUu reception hall.   1 s'pose
B to fe "Mire taken for
t! •   uthei   i     "   Louisville Coitrlet
Journal.
The   persons quulitiedlu   be  nominated   Imi   nml  "I"' ted   as   A       i
shall be bui I. pel tuna us are a
ish subjects of the full age ol ill years
aud an ".ei e, ..i,i, i un} law
and have been fur the -ix luoulhi uexl
preceding the day .,l numiuulion the
Registered On ner in llie Lund Kigi--
iry i uli'", ui lund hi reul | -un erly in
the City of the assessed value, on the
lost Municipal Assessment Hull, of
five lliuiilu-ii lie'll.iiM- e.i ui'l" over
and above any registered judgment oi
charge, and whu are otherwise
tied as Municipal votei .
The persons qualified to he nominated fur und eltiuti d as School Trustees shall be bucii persons ...- an
Householders and being British Sub-
.iects nf the full age ol twenty-one
yeaisand otbel id   ;..   vote
at an uleel i"" ol S.
Every   cundiduti     iiouiinuted   bhall
signify   h)  ■•   wi    accompanying
the iioiiiinaii"ii paper, his   consent   tu
BUch nomination, except  in cose sue
person be absent from the Municipality
when sucb absence shall  be  staled  in
the nomination paper.
Every candidate nominated foi
Mayor mi Alderman shall e,n ui liefore
the hour ul 'J p.in. 'en the day ol ^Min-
inatiiit , furnish the Keturning i ifticer
with n statement in writing specifying the land or real property upon
which he qualifies.
Given under my hand, at Revelstoke,
tins ;<ni day ol January, i.i I
B. It  KK'i NOLDS,
Retui uing ' Ifl i,
SALB OF CROWN TIMBBR.
Sealed Ti aders will tit received by
the Mlnistei ol Lands not later than
soon mi tlu Ird day ■■! March, 1913,
foi thi purchow ..; Hi usee Mos. XI,
x^. tie cul timber    estimated   at l.
leet,   and   .11" I   U
leet B-M    '•!•'.    .    ■ ■ • -. bi ■    with
railway     tiei     and pole   Irom
Crown land     adjoining  Vdams Lake,
Kamloops Disl i Id
Partli ulai -  ol  Chiel  Forestei.   \ Ic
tor .,   B.C. 1st     -   N.80 :hu.
NUTlCli
A Matter For a Higher Court.
"I don't understand why Mnaldn hns
sued mc. Judite," protested the defend
nnl in h recent breai h ot promise suit.
"1 only did ths asking, while she did
IU© promising."-Juelge's Library.
Sure,
A medical write- asks, "Dons position
nTect  nicer?"   '*  dons If tho man   Is
holding ths position of a nlgkt watchman.—New Orleans IMcayune.
To try to he happy at the expense of
other people la to lie hud.—Oelasd.
WANTBD—A (Uei for Rencrei hour-
work. Three n family, do children.
Apply Boi 788, Revelstoke, B.O, 2t,
Forty years In use, in    > >a       I i
standard   prescribed and recommend
od hy physician     Kor Woman'    Ml
imnt», Dr. Mortal's K'-male I'elle,   ut
youi drugsiit,
■ oncB
Revi istoke I. nd Ulstrlcl
t Kool
1
'    •     isp.
in.in, intends    i ..,'• > loi   i ei
tu purch •". • •'■ scribed
lai Is:
• omii'        ,,        ' post i lai  ■
I .    Nortl   Bai "  ol L '  8M0,
thenco north 80 cbaitM,  thenei
it)    chains,    thenei  souti  20 chains,
thenoe east 20 chain   to i   •■ otcom
nu iiccment, containing  in acres mow
or  less,
1'utcd Octob '
j .Ml        NBDDON.
e. •   laieuo Nov. tth
NO'l    11
Rovelstoke Lan.l District,
District ol West iviutenay.
lako notice that 1.  Samuel   (ami
Harlow,  occupation,  I'r'mer,  iutends
to  apply lor permlsi ion to  t
the   tollOWlng   e!<-e  :
1 lommenclng at a poet i
i 'ii West Cor» r ol    Lo
the'nee  west  40 cbains,   thence    south
In  chains,     thenei'     east    W chains,
thencc north 4U chans to point     ot
commencement   md •
I"   1 l'|-      'ep.rC     l||      ,e     -
Datoii Octo
B AMUBL  J ISIBB  HARROW,
Ilevelstoks Land Dttrict.
Distr ei  .,; West Kootenay.
Take   Uotice thai  I,   Hobcrt Arther
Mossman    ol  Nukusp,  1).   C,  occupa-
Medical  I ractltioner,  iutends to
applj  Ioi  permission to purchase the
[ollowing  described  laud.
.it  ., po •   plunted ut
N.  W.        Corner      oi Lot DAZl
Tbence   West   10 chains thence  douth
e !iaius     thence     Kast 40 chaius
North 34 Mbains to the point
nmencement     und containg 1(0
more or less.
.  November Joth   1912
Hobert   Arther   Mossman.
i 1st  .ssue Dec. lith
J. A. HOY
Teacher of Violin
Pupil of Ernest  Simple, of Win-
nipt";, and Prof. Frederick,
late of Ixjndon, Entf.
Studio at City Hotel
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kimis of machine needles
stocked.
H.  MANNING,   Agent.
FrmiLancL
FOR SALE
tin lens   Ha j
10 or'20 acti    oi
poiulence invited
i.inil» ip  , mi ■     i,i
ll lilnu.      I eirieH-
John Shaw. Agent.
Boxt5lfc> Arrowhead
GOAL!
mm' si,-..-<un! ■• **\
Plenty of Gait Lump Coal writ
ing.    Orders will  have
prompt attention.
' '.'ifi  't Kootenay Axcn< ies
Mi l    v
PHONE
292
A. Davidson, SATriU>A\     .1 \V"\1(Y   il    1913
T i\: A.IL-EC3 C.r).   liBVELSTOKE
SATimriAY,  JANUARY 11, 1013.
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Despite the Enormous selling of Our Big Clearance Sale, there are still a huge
number of Bargains awaiting your choosing. This Sale continues until Sat-
continues until Saturday, January 18th, but you will be wise in shopping as
early as possible. Best Bargains go first, of course, and we are anxious y^ou
should benefit by this Genuine Sale.
Unprecedented Values m Men's and Boys* Clothing
i
■...,.....'. ..mt
y.i  NI.N'S  SI ITS  HIGH GRADE, , '
S.ile  $22.50.    This  lot embraces e .   • 1;     of suit, so thai
then  will be no  difficult}   aboul h '   ol   u      nu desire.
They are made from imported tweeds and u Kcija din ■  lo thc
workmanship, we wish to draw your attention i.; tin   facl thai these are
hand tailored m"
Values to $32.00 JANUARY SALE PRICE. $22 50
7,s MENS   SUITS,   high grade values to 25.00 Sale Prices $14.90
These  suit.s are suitable for best or everydaj  wear.    The patterns are
choice and all new styles, and   we guarantee the   « irkmi nship, and linings.
Values to $25.00
JANUARY SALE I'I'.iCE $14.90
12 Ml N'S If KECOATS, values to $20.   January Sale Priee, 510.516
'he    are made from the very liesi  of Imported Tweeds and nre guaranteed to hold their shape.   Regular Values up to $20.
Reg. Valus up to $20.
JANUAi.Y SALE PRICE. $10.95
Every 8oy's Suit in the Store to be Sold at Half Price
These consist of .Sturdy Tweeds ami Worsteds, up-to date designs, well
made, and lined, with Bloomer Pants,
Remember- -Any of Them at Half Price
COATS, PANTS, JUM ERS
200 Overall Jumpers Regular Sl.OO and $1.25
Men's Mackinaw Cuats Regular Price $5.50 Sale Price $2.95
Mens Mackinaw Pants Regular $4-50 Sale Price $2.45
MEN'S SHIRTS
Men's heavy working Shirts, all wool, R< gu ar 2,25 5 .
Men's Ho-.;  > Working shirts. Re   1 ce l.6(
100 Negligee Shirts.   These include our very I
lar lines,     Rjegular up to $2.00.   Sale Price.
.
MEN'S RUBBEI
50 Pairs Men's Heavy Working Rubbers and 12  Pair
Regul      Pi        $3.25.    Sale. Price.
)f Thi
GLOVES, SERGE SUITS, SWEATERS
Boys' Wool Gloves and Mitts.     Regular Price, 3fc»c.   Sale Price. 20c
Twenty Serge Suits.    Rjegular Price. $15.   Sale Price $7.90
Boys' Sweaters.     Regular Price, $1.25.    Sale Price 65c.
Boys' Coat Sweaters.    Reg. Price, $2.25.    Sale Price $1.00
MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES
75 Pairs of coys' Shoes,   Reg. Price, $2.50.   Sale Price 95c.
(These include all sizes. 1 . ,
Pairs .f Men's Heavy Working Bco*t.   Reg. Price. $3.F0.    January Sale Price, $1.90
'airs Men's Fine Shoes.   Reg. Prico, $3.50  January Sale Price. $1.90
underwea:
rwea
Men 0 1
Januai
Men c
Jan
Men's I
January Sale Price
100 MENS HATS
Reg. $3. Line ::or $1.45
 ..-- V   oo
I'ir-ii. ; Shoe Packs  full Sole and Heel, i ' m
January Sale Price      $4 6u
- Packs leather sole and heel.    Regular
uary   Sale Price .    ..,\$'2.90
? Bui i ;■■ O1   rshoes.     Regular* Price
■ ■'H-  Price       $ 1.43
> I  Iffj
Boy:   Underwi u    Regular Pi i e   '■>
Mum s Wool So>     Regulai   ! lanuai
Men's AH Wnn| Sox,   Regular 35c.      Ian ,ale Price
50 pairs ol Boys  Wool Stockings.   Reg  up to SOc.   5*ir :
15 Pairs of Men's Felt Shoes
il   ■ 'it Oui    //inter Stock;   .nine ol    hem are all Pelt and
R.XK- Price was $3.00.   January Clearance
Pri $2.0O
i    ■■ i. . .--.ii-,"-.th&*bftlatu» of tin- b'aH Stock which.
KY CLEAR     '       \l   :   PRICE, - - - 60c,
e-OTirjr,"-,,-". n t"'-   •  Hewnmcnaswrnrwwa
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5^ SATURDAY,  .JANUARY 11.   1916.
T£3IE3  IMLA.ILIHIIEIR.^^ID,   K*EIVEir.STOK:EJ
SATTJRD V.     IANUARV  U, 1918.
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During January There
Will be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bar
gains  During  Jannary.
Look at Price Tickets.
Bargains in the Dry Goods Department
BARGAINS IN SILK PETTICOATS
A specially pood bargain in a black silk petticoat, full length, all
seams are strapped, a good weight of pure silk Taffetta. 'Iliey
were made to sell at $4.00; we can pass them on to you at each. .
$2.90
NEW KNITTING AND CROCHET WOOLS
Now in stock.   All colors  of   Eiderdown Wool,  Berlin Wool,
Saxony  Wool,  Shetland Floss,   Ice Wool, Angora Wool,  Scotch
Knitting Yarns, .Mending Wools, etc;
NEW SILK THREADS
New Silk Threads. New Colored Cotton Threads. New Peri
Lusta in White and colors, New couching Thread. New Silk
Floss.
A NEW. FRESH LOT OF CORSETS
These eome in the new models. Some extra longones; all widths,
Hose supports, Clean Goods.   All at   	
$1.00
GLOVES      SCARFS
A Hiy lot wool Gloves, Mitts and Scarfs, for Boys Gills and w<
men.    They are 50c to 75c goods.    All at pertpair
75 Cents
NEW COLORED THREADS
New Silk Threads, New Colored Cotton Threads, New Peri
Lusta in White and Colors, New Couching Thread, Neu Silk
Floss.     In fact wcean supply any uant in the thread line.
WARM WINTER UNDERWEAR
\\e bave lor quirk clearance, ft-vera                   badii     Warm Winter Otsiet
garments,   uue' table ee; om ime'iii nil wool goodi Bold at (rom     11.50 to
fll.ou poi   garment.   Anythlog e_>u  tus table now	
$1.00
Another table of 11I1 Wool nnd mixed  \i   ol  garments,  they  are  wonh  il.nn
1,ml $1,155 eaoh.   All at one price now 	
75 Cents
A Dig Clean-up ot Child'1  underwear,viel  .md  drawers.   Somo  black  one*
uiunug  these, at one price	
50 Cents
BIG  BARGAIN TABLE
A Pile ol Remanent! ot flannelette,   Towlllngs, Tabli   Linens, Prints   il.i.e
hams,     Ele.,   uu   a   Taiile lor Easy ilioo-iinir.
Men's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes
•
January Sweater Coat Bargains
All the balance of our large Sweater Coat stock must be cleaned out
this month. We are not marking up and coming down, but guarantee
every coat to be a genuine bargain.
Shoe Department   Bargains
Men's Sweater  Coats inawide variety of colors and styles.   Pure wool and
made from Nova Scotia yarn by the  Hewsen
Co.   BARGAIN PRICE     	
$2.50 Each
Remember that [very Day This
Month is a Bargain Day in Ihese
Lines.
Men's and Boys Sweater Coats
Assorted   patterns and colors.    A medium
grade coat,  but a startling bargain at	
$1.25 Each
Boys and Youths Sweater Coats
A line you can't afford to pass up They
come in a variety of stvles and colors. BARGAIN PRICK 	
85c Each
WOMEN'S BOOTS in a variety of styles
all si/i-s up to 5,1- You can't go astray
on tiiuni ;is they are the product ol standard manufacturers I'rice alter today ....
$2.35 per Pair
WOMEN'S BOOTS  Palem  IcsiiIht and nice
Kid   Bluchers    in i    Hals.    Sin. il,        ■[,
1.uie     Boots iii.it  arc sold regularly .it
$5,00 and $0,110      Bargain Price	
$3.15 per Pair
WOMEN'S BOOTS. A mixed bunch ol
broken lines all shapes and varieties.
Bargain price    	
95c. Pair
MOCCASINS FUH SNOW SHOEING—Thr
Genuine  Deer Skin Moccasins.   The Hpht
,1.,  right height.    All sizes.
Boys' si/es 11 to 13. Price. i.\.50 per pair
Boys' and Women's. 1 to 5. . .$1.75 per pair
c'/Tlen s Sizes. 6 to 11. .  Price. $2.00 per pah
Grocery and  Crockery Department
Large Assortment of Pickles
Fresh arrival of New Goods direct from England
CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S
..lixed Pints     35c
Chow Chow     35c
Onions      35c
Girkins     35c
Cross and Hlackwclls Indian Mangoc Chutney
Quarts   •   ajc
SOMETHING NEW
i   1 y Swei■ per bottle  . ....
40c
Stephen's Gloucester Pickles
Sweet Mixed half pints	
iOC.
40c
Sweet Spiced Girkins pints    40c
vSour  Mixed pints    »5C    ,
0 02.      toc
Chow Chow pints   25c
Gold Medal    Whifr
t..   . , 1
JUST PLACED   INTO STO( K
C 8 I! Celebrated Spanish Queen Olive
1      RJunl el Powdei  I 0"''
halt' pints  l'i, runts 75c
"Bovril    for a Cold Weather Drink
The right thing Ior   "Zero   Weather."   Havi?  1!   in   the   Hcse Served
Hot.    It Prevents Colds.    We have a nf-v,, r'pan stock recently arrived.
Bovril Cordial, 20 oz. hotMcs    <
Johnson's Fluid Beef, lt! oz bottles        (10
1
1 2o:, bottles...
-K
Specials for Friday and Saturday Only
'.l'li     :        'll . t.   Regular Price 3
NAROK CUSTARD OR TAPIOCA PUDDING.   Regular, Price. 15c.   Now
TAYLOR'S FANCY TOILET SOAP, 3 Cakes in box.   Regular Price, 35c.   Now
CLARK'S DBVU LED HAM,   Regular IOc. tins.   Now, 2 tin* for
inc.
25c.
16c.
C. B. HUME & COMPANY, LIMITED, DEPARTMENT BiGRE, eisiou, B.c.
9 ' '      '■■ T'^.a-^1!1,   Me————— BATl'RDAY.   JAJfTTAItt  11,   191.3.
THE  IlVC^IL-IHiEir-i^LlD..   ^El^TEXiSTOKIEJ
SATURDAY,   JANUARY 11,  1913.
OUR GREAT
Commences Monday
January 6th
Seo Our Sale Prices
N OTICE
0. Company 102nd, RCg, n. M. R., ben lo anuounce that the; "ill hold
. - in tin- is:ill Hall i.n iln- 2nd. ami Uh. Friday evening
ih. Dates vvill      ■'" follows:
January 10th. and 24th, 1913.
February 14th    "   28th.    "
March 14th.        "    25th.     "
April 11th. "   25th.    "
'I'ht   ■■» -\   I Lrtultiittiil guaraulowl, Music by City Bmul. Wu solicit your
R. M. R. Dance Committee
U. H. Brock, Chairman.
Ductless of Connaught
\Viniii|i.". Mun . Jail 10—(Bl inl to
.; , | Hei ild. KviMiini! l'ml' mm,. During  i las   tliti   oadition of H.R.H.
has 111ii>t <.\.'. 1 oineivhat, temperature
Iuib i'"niM down, iml i- lum improved
in i|iiiilii\ un I uliM is puflprliiR less
pain und ilisii-e-s 'run Ibe alidoiuiiial
symptoms Si'-R.-.i T.K. Worthing -
lun, A, K. Harrow, M.D., W.W. Ship-
nmn, .M li.. Itoynl t icturlu II. ultnl,
11:45  p.m.,   Jan,  Wtti.
Equality leap
THE CITY lii BRIEF
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tlonal  e
church
ling,   .'
Will  be
miiiiry
.-■ •    -n ice ou Mon i
,iuv even   .    \    hi   M«tiuwli-t chtuvl)
WU1 b,        • -     . ea ot tho Mlu-
,.,..,;       • | tn bui
| .     ■.     - ■       '        ■ ■        :      -Af.l.1 i\
■  a ■ .. - "irruvoeable    Op
; ■' ;• ■• . ' Shall w« bave '
a Clean '"   •■       -;""■.i.l rausle will be
ib sen •• ■    Tho public
;.     vital,
Oa  . th, I i i    nights'
Engagement  ol   ihe   \ -rs.it.lis.     The
.-'.•.-   11...j.:   ■••ill tic repeated,
■ rougbout. Bomu
..   • .     ■   - ■■  m (jail .ongs
suug,
Mr. Vosco tl     .-•■■-.: u '
■ •.   ' . Mnod< '■ il '
•   -.   i W   !:•■■.!:,:.
■ -i
iiits !ur po
■   -- ■-     ikoi    u '    '
he •    een at tbe Bin
taking cai
I Mi   I.TIA    SIM'Xi .YL.TIEN
While !..-':■ iu kooiI iKnimid, and the price high, is tht time to
In ■ .111.  eei -. m; producers, sueh  as  Crushed Uones, Oj   11 Shell,
i',r;.    Heel    Scrap,    Vlfalia    Meal,   Grains  u(  all   kinds,    iiitfutliiiK
Wheat, llarli;   Oat*  i uru.
OUR    FKED   STOCK   i-   also  complete   witl,    llav,    Bran,
Slums, nil Cul e, Linseed Jieal, etc.
AGENTS   FOR   PURITY    FLOUR   We  are     >lo   .im'.ih-
l'      '   iel.ie    FlOUr.       iMiel^   Kl.'l'.'l   ILllel   Klm'.LT    llll    lei
fi om vnt ith uiul others.
Thi prooi'Cdlnga were enlivened hy
musical selections given by Mra, Mc
VIly ,111 I Mi". Lawson, and ut the
etoai' ''i iln' meeting uu Informal re-.
• e'liiiim f,er members ol tho local
iiuiii'h ,'inel those uiiMii'-ii'il wus lie'lil
ni iln' In.in.' of Mi>. W.M. Lawreiue,
where ilnlnt\ r.-lie.-luni-nl- were
biM-ved.   Vancouver  Sun.
Revelstoke Hardware Go.,Ltd
HOWSON BLOCK
We Wish t^lll
Our Patrons (35, Friends
U
in  -u
A.    H0U80N
m*mm-*u*aW**'h* awimir
I:
Box 71      I
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Buy in lievelstoke Sgitf™1^
'I'lu-i-  lots nre J 10 ol   mi acre ami ar«  lieautiinlli  situaltd in
t'le    IVeNl i-nei
I'lii   price,   $ "". tueauit   tlmt >ou .ne Hut Nl.i to tnuki  monev
"el   .Inm.
llu leiins ate-I t i-> that >on mil 1 .i>   lor  them  without  unj
trouble.
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
HALCYOM NUItS
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In •      ibjecti
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Sunday
■  '• ■ .      •        .    ■
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The ai u ial    tne«l    .
btok     , '     t I  u . • ' •   '■
rill be beld at
- ...i p ■■
Al       .. ■     e- =• adei - ■     . • ■
ii ..    *.-:. .-   a    ."■
rhi .- mm ,11 .,.
I     ■ Ire     ■  -v p.m. u        .
10.1 1  ...; collect  their (oet
.   ■•     ..   .    -     it tbi     lal   mi ■
.-   lei .     ti   pre
fiCal   nia-    l0	
:.. ■-.  i- ,.-•    oomi   and
Cb  »M  tie ?•»:' ■'
„,?    .. It will be one
=  io  tbu  lot* .
1 n the pt-sen
,■ .    .  ■:.■: i Ual
-
Aintei   le re . . . ■
.   iai the luweal teuipeiutun
1    clng   ..up degren n
i.n 1 .,...'    rin      -■■
ie    •   the level, '
...   gc hei th
I ie.     le uner    nt.    • mn at
,1    .   Bobs -.    without    iny d
"oinethlng
January
Me     1 . IfalBl
i.e..
e. e-      leeil't      »."!      .,|l> "'      -'
im •        . luiomobtlo
I.....   ll        e.l. I      ..11     thl ' ■ ' bttl       I
PI   .
• f'.i  ..ei .     . iu Hun
■. i- ti here ex ep
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That tli ■ women 0! Revelatolic    aio
... 1.1 min '.I ti. take their pint in the
ui,,v in..ni  on E001   in Beeuro political
! niiiulity   tier thu women ol     British
I Columbia was made apparent     ai    a
I uieliM meeting hold recently La Itevol-
Btoke by llie newly mt ni/o.v brunch
e.l the ll.C. Poltt'li ill B iii.iuiy League
uul    that   the Interesl   Is not    1 .eu
Mu-el    .'ii'.ii.'ly    te.      \1u111en   was   also
shown  by  the large number  ..i    men]
pivsi in  nt   1 his gatbci ms:.
ih.   in-sui.'in,  Mrs, Sturdy, preeid
j ..a. ;,i  the meet lug,  which wan held tit
' ihe  l-.im, i'i s-   tli. atre, mnl  with     her
1.11  the plutlorzn were the membeis o.
1 1.   executive,   Mrs.   It,  Gordon,   Mt
L    \   Lawson, Mrs. .1 0. Btbbald.Mrt
S.L   Uohhins,  Mr     I Dent, Ms .  Il.N. i
Coursler, Mis- Chiiaue,     and       Miss
' eu dj    The    p inker   tot' Hi.' evening,
were   Hiss  Dorothy Dav 1 - uf  Victoria I
ei.1111iei.il nrgflnteur, aud Mrs. J.  11
ill ol  \ ancouvel.
l.ieleiie   introducing Mus Davis, Mis.
Sturdy brielly .eiiiline.il the objects •>!
i ne li ague, which muy tee summed up
II ih" one phrase, "Votes lor woineu'1
• uiel .is-iiiie"l iiei hearers that the
tactics to I"' used in securing ihi ob
.111   in I"  nol   M   be  uniii.uii   iu  any
• :i .  ol ihe word,     she pointed mu
111.1t .u the republic tu tbe Bouth uil
lue I'acitle state; hud granted the
to their women, and de
i-lared tbat Uritish Columbia, thc
r.i nu- provinoe of Canada, should
lead in  tbis  great   reform in  the  Do
Mi.-    11. id  bor  iie.U' 1       that
d, hul ■   I In ihis ti^-ht. is uol
•   ti.,   a . 1,     MS     th,.
■ men      She
helo ■   the lune   .,
• ■   are     ■■ iped    ofl      th
pUt     e.|]     He
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A   MKill!'INK  THAT  DOKS   NUT
COST ANYTHING  IN1.KSS
IT I I'Ul'.S
The  net ive  medicinal   iugi ihIii ul    ul
Rexall      Orderlies  which   Ie  odorless,
tnslless   .111.1 colorless  11 11  comparatively  new discovery.   Combined with
otlter extremely  valuable  Ingredients, |
it  feernis h     perfeei  bowel regulator,!
intestinal   Invigoriitor  nn.'l  strength -
"nei'.   Kexall Orderlies are eaten  like I
candy and arc notable tor their agree I
nbleness to the palate miel gentleness
ol action.     They  .I• > not cause grip-1
ing     ur any disagreeable ■effect ur in-
eouvenieuce.
Unlike 'ether prcparatioua lur t, like.
purpose, tn,' I" nm create a habit j
lent Instead Ihey act tee uverc.otne the
.1 list.- i.i I\ 11 I.i; acquired through the
i'mm ,,f ordinary laxatives cathartics T
iuui harsh physic and permuiientlj re
move thc cause "I constipation or
irregular bowel action,
Wc will refund your money without
argument if they do not do as we say
they wlll . Two sizes, 26c, and 10c,
Sold 1 nly at our steen- Walter Uews
The Rexall Store.
A
Happy
New
Year."
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
HOWSON BLOCK
rs-
SHORTHAND
TYPfWRITING
Classes  in I'll tnin   Short
Inilid it Touch Typeu lilini;
will  be upend)   MONDAY,
JANUARY   n.   by .111 ex-
pel ieueeil leaeliel.
Kvenlng Clashes ariatiged.
Publio Stenography done.
P. 0. BOX 356
CITY
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Empress Theatre, Jan. 16
General Admission,
Plan at Macdonald's Drug Store.
50 Cents
Curtuin, 8:45
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REXALL l ' mj ■ i.ii'. "-y-ieiii ,i';
Bi -i  Mi,"  i,i Ippe I
RF.Mr.MBKR   VII REXALI   BKMKU1B8 aro guaraolewl
ur inoiiej refoundud
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
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IWcKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Sl   ion ll.it'. Foot-Rile S'nn-i
FIWJI'   '   ' 'I        i
REVELSTOKE
THE CAPITAL OF CANADA'S ALPS
is the most talkt 1 of City in the Interior of British Columbia
justnow. Outsiders from all directions are gettiny wise to the
movement on here and we have had enquiries not only tor good
realty buys but Uso lor vacant stores to rent, which shows
thai some people are awake to the fau that thereare biy things
in store tor Kevi Istoke this coming year, Values are steadily
increasing and several of our listings have been advanced dur
ing the last few days.
Now Ts the Time to Buy
• 4 M W SPECIALS KKOM OUR LIST
100 '-i"i 'in oi-vt   th Streel    veil located
LOO Keel on K"-1 l . Stu et, e snap at
.. $1500
 __„..  "Ijoo
iuui I. i              nth Street under market value, each   350
Modi  n Hoi u foi  lali on Second St   . 1800
Modern House ft    tale on Third Street  220C
era House     -i jO    LOO. Fiftli Street  2550
J. B. Watson Realty Company
IT. Q. FOLEY, Manager,  MacKenzie Avenue
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
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