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REVELSTOKE. B. C. NOV. 23,1912
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When you use a stove purchased here you have absolute guarantee that you will get MORE heat and use
LESS fuel.
COOD CHEER DOUBLE HEATERS
ABSOLUTELY FILL THE BILL
Burn either soft or hard coal.    Made into a Self-Feeder
in a minute.   Built on scientific principles—Taking the
cold air from the floor, drawing it through the  stove
and discharging it through the heat duct..
TWO SIZES $25 and $27.50
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PLUMBINCHEATINGJINSMITHING
CITY COUNCIL
MEET!
And Adjusts Finances for Close of Year.-Sewer [x-
tensions.-How to Realize Arrears of Taxes.-
Vehicles Must Keep to the Left.
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
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6 Imperial Bank of Canada
O Hoad Otfl oo-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6,000,000.00
6,460,00^.00
6,460,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in.Oanada.
Agenta in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited, Chicago-First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle-Seattle National Bank, Sanrran-
ciscc—Wells Fargo Nevada Natioual Bunk. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of fl and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch -A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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JOCKEY SHOES
A Line in  Misses and Children's
Sizes, just received
MRS. A. 6. CRICK. ■ First Street
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL  BLEND  TEA"
will refresh you with its  bright,  spicy
flavor and fragraucy.     Sold  in   1  lb.
lead packages.
Price, 35c., 40c. and 50c. per lb.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208            GROCER & BAKER            Phono No. 23
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Newcombe Pianos and Player Pianos
Everything in Musical Merchandise
EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
(Note Winnipeg Prices)—Standard Phonographs with 12 records
free-$48.50.   Express Extra.
OUR PRICE AT MUSIC STORE
McKenzie Ave., Revelstoke
Standard Phonographs     $39 00
12 Amberol Records      7 80
Total
Delivered Free
$46 80
ENOUGH   SAID   FOR   THE   WISE
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Traimnni, make your lu'iiili|iinricr» here.   Qulcli service.   Perfect Cleanllheai
and Reasonabli Prices,    Olve Us n Trial.    "We Nevei Bleep "
A. O. THIAKIHON,
Manaobr
Our city lathers met in regular ses-
Blon on Friday evening Inst. Mayor
Sutherland occupied the chair, Present Aldermen Howson, MeKinnon,
Uourne, AbrahamBon, McSorley and
Barber, City Clerk Lawson read thc
minutes ol meetings held Nov. llth
nnd 15th, which were ordered passed
as reud.
COMMUNICATIONS.
Various communications were ordered answered or tiled.
On a favorable report from Electric
ian North, work by thc Canadian
Westinghouse Co. on the electrical
plant wns O.K.od and account ordered paid.
Mr. i'orter made a. complaint re
pipe to his house being cloBe to thc
surface. Referred to W. & L. committee.
...Following     the     ree-eiit  unanimous
vote ut tho recent convention of B.C.
Municipalities,  the  secretary  of    the
Union wrote advising  lhat thc Revelstoke proportion of thc cost of     re -.
taining a solicitor to  watch legisla -1
tion at Victoria, B.C., effecting mun- J
i'-ipalities   would   be  $15.   On   motion |
the proposal  was agreed  to that the
city ol Revelstoke cuntribut their pro '
portion of such expense not exceeding
$15 pcr annum.
The B.C. Politicul Equality League
made request lor the use of thc City -
Hall  the  lirst  Monday  regularly     in
eueh     month     to hold  their society
meeting. ...
Thc city clerk was instructed to reply thnt the hall could be let for
any Monday provided ample notice bc
given, but that ihe council were utv-
able to tie up the city hall lor regular meetings in advance on specific
days which might interfere with special council or other civic meetings.
An account for M,rO0 Stave pipe
for new 12 ine-h water main was ordered paid
TAXES.
Messrs. Harvey, MeCarter and Pink
ham wrote giving advice re methods
of raising money on arrears af general, speeial and local taxes by borrow
ing on same.
Aid. MeKinnon—If we go out alter
borrowing ilus money, it will leave
incoming council without power to
borrow on local Improvements. That
is a bad featur.- of the case. We have
never before borrowed against local
Improvement arrears. Tbe only thing
is thnt thc next council come in with
out any  borrowing power.
Thc lirsl year 1 wns on thc council
wc were behind on borrowing! $:>q.ooo
we issued a bylaw and squared same,
is this going on until we have another bylaw to pa-s.
Aid. Howson—As soon as wc have a
further incrcfj#: of prosperity we
Bhall come out. and some Bystem
should bc devised of getting the taxes in promptly.
Mayor Sutherland—This matter will
come up again toward ibe close of
the linuiicial year.
REPORTS.
Aid. Howson—There us a bad sewer outfall behind tbc Coursier property, the sewer needs extending and
tbc report ol tbc committee ls that
some of our surplus water pipe he
Utilised uud the newer extended.
Mayor Sutherland—This pipe will be
extended and thc P. W. Department
will tuke action at once.
Aid. Uourne—This is going to be a
considerable job it is a serious matter and will cost at lcaet $500, probably more, tbat is including tbe coet
of pipe.
Mayor Sutherland--The P. W. Department will have to arrange tbe
details of this job.
NOTICK OK BYLAWS.
Aid. R. Howson gave notice of a
bylaw to call for tbc closing of all
pool rooms and barrooms at 10 p.m.
Aid. McSorley s bylaw calling for
all vehicles to have two distinct lines
of travel always to the left.
Aid. MeKinnon—This ls largely a
queetion of braking thc streets.
H. J. McSorley—Thc question ol en
forcemeat of bylaws can bc solved
simply by enforcing the bylaw. The
police must pull up and line any offender tbat Is the only method ol enforcing bylaws.
M'l. McKinnon-Tbis law should be
enfor.-ed winter nnd summer alike.—
Bylaw pMMd unanimously.
Aid. McSority-Tbfa. matter of the
bylaw and 'nfi.ircenirnt of same should
be taken up |,y th. police ftnd also
published   ,,, (be ptM,
DOUBT or RKVIS10N
Mayor   Sutherland  Tbc Oonrl    of
Revision for thee   municipal     voters'
list, will sit on December mh.  Tbe
court consists of the mayor and two
aldermen.
Aid. Abrahamson and Howson will
act.
SKWER.
City Clerk—This is still hung up
awaiting thc solicitor's final approval of the drult schedule.
Aid. MeKinnon—We shnll have to
hUBtlc to get this through before laying down our office.
Mayor Sutherland—I thiuk wc shall
be in time to finally clear this matter up and not leave it for nfuturc
council. Matter referred ^o solicitor
for immediate action.
ACCOUNTS
Various account! were ordered paid-
Meeting adjourned at 10:110 p.m.
V. M. C IL NOTES
day night, is the placing of some pow
crlul radium near a fluorescent screen
the audience seeing the cttect of      the
wonderful canting oil of Radium va
por or emanations that constantly
goes on in this remarkable substance
and which scientists estimate will
continue uninterruptedly for tlious -
anils of years to come. The screen is
made to appear like a heaven ol Hash
ing meteors, among whicli, stars by
thousands shine forth suddenly, and
us quickly die away; this mimic lire
workB display continuing unceasingly
The late M. Curie, after seeing tliis
beautiful vision, spoke of it as one ol
the most impressive sights he had
ever witnessed. Numerous expert -
ments with Liquid Air and Wireless
Telegraphy will also be shown hy Win
II. Patty.
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Everything is ln fine shape for a
good season's work in basketball. On
Wednesday last Mr. Fred Bews, thc
giver of the Junior trophy, started
the junior league by throwing up tbe
flrst ball. The following is the ached
nic for the junior games:
Diehards v.   Redsox,  Nov.  20th.
Hillygoats v. Giants, Nov. 2lith.
Billygoats v.  Redsox,  Dec.  4th.
Giants v. Diehards, Dec. 10.
Redsox v. Giants,  Dec. 18.
Billygoats v. Diehards, Dec. 24.
DiehardB v. Redsox,  Jan.  1st.
Billygoats v. Giants, Jan. 7th.
HillygoateB v.  Redsox,  Jan.   Hth.
Giants v. Diehards,  Jan.  21st
Redsox v. Giants,  Jan. 2!>th.
Billygoats v. Diehards. Feb. 4th.
The parents of thc hoys playing are
Invited to these gnmes.
The senior league Bturts out on
Wednesday. Nov. 27th, at 8:15 sharp
The admiBsiou to these senior games
will be 15c. The following is the
schedule:
Boncheads v. Smokes, Nov. 27.
Pirates v. Wigwags, Dec. 4th.
Pirate- v. Smokes. Dee.  11.
Wigwags v. Bonehcads, Dec. 18.
Smokes v. Wigwags. Dec. 25.
Pirates v. Boneheads,  Jan. 1.
Smokes v. Bouchends, Jan. 8.
Wigwag* v. Pirates,  Jan.  15.
Pirates v. Smi.k. s, Jun. 22.
Wigwags v. Boneheads,  Jun. 2'J.
Smokes v. Wigwags, Feb. 5.
Pirates v.  Boneheads,  Feb.   12.
Of Interest to Howlers—The bowl -
ing league is gradually drawing lo
it- close, and there are so many interested in the gaine that another
league is about to be formed, and
thOM elesireiui- of placing a team in
thc league are rcqllcst'M to get busy
nnl rustle their team aud hand tbc
names of their players Into Mr. D.M.
CowaD, assistant secretary. K you
arc left out ol tbe next league, you
are to blame. The stunditig ol tbe
teams at present:—I.O.O.F. leading,
V.M.C.A. a clone second.
Educational—One ot tbc moat instructive lectures will bv given by
Pro-. Wm. B. Patty, in tbc Empress
theatre. Monday evening next, under
tbe direction ol tbe Kducationul Department, on wireless telegraphy, Ra
dium and liquefied air. Reserved
seats $1, general admission 50c. Do
not miss it.
Religious— On Sunday afternoon
next a service of song will iai rcintor-
ed in tbe lobby ol tbc Association, at
15 45. All men uro urged upou to
be preseut and take part in the singing. Give it a boost. Every Tues -
day evening from 7 to 8 p.m., a drop
in men's Bible class is beld, taking
up tbe study of tbe Acts. I say boys
don't miss attending tbc Bible class
Sunday morning at ten, tbc lesson is
one ol tbc most interesting ln tbc
book.
CLAIMS LARGE
COMMISSION
M. Picard, a Parisian Broker
Is Claiming Million Dollars
As Commission.
Claiming tbat M. Edmond Picard
had failed in his case to show that
he was in any way either thee direct
or indirect cause of the sule ol tbe
Hevelstoke and Yule-Columbia timber
properties to the Dominion Saw Mills
on whieh he is claiming at law a
Bum of over $150,000 as commission.
.Mr. S. S. Taylor, K.C., ftt the coa-
clusion of the plaintiff's case last
night, moved for a non-suit. In addition Mr. Taylor ulso claimed that
there had been a non-joinder ot parties and that no evidence had been
disclosed connecting the Revelstoke
Saw Mills and tbc Ynle-Colunibiu
Lumber Company with thc agreement
entered into Iwtween Mr. Carles F.
Lindmark and M. Picard for the sule
of the properties.
His Lordship, Mr. Justice MorriBon
ordereil tbe case to proceed and this
morning the delence opened with
the evidence of Mr. Lindmark, president of the Hevel|:okc Saw Mills and
of Mr. Bowman, a Umber broker of
Chicago, who is claimed to have been
one of the principal agents in putting
through the sale alter the agreement
with II,   Picard  had  been cancelled.
The lawsuit, which establishes a
record for the amount ot commission
■ laimed — M. Picard's alternative
[ claim under tbe last clause of his alleged agreement entitling him to all
over $.i»5,000e, being for over a mil -
lion dollars—bids fair also to estab -
Unfa a record for thc numlier of documents filed. At the conclusion of the
plaintiffs case, the documents filed
with the court as exhibits numbered
from 1 to 60, niauy of these including
Several related documents numbered
as one exhibit.
Among the principul witnesses culled yesterday by M. Picard were Mr.
Thomas Dniipbinee of Pretty's Timber
Exchange and Mr, W. I, Briggs of
Revelstoke, the nolicttor who drew up
the agreement between Lindmark ami
Picard which torme the basis of the
plaintiff'! rase The purport oi Hr.
Dauphinee'a evidence was to show
thai communications hud passed between himself and Picurd relative to
ollenng the propel Ilea to the men who
were acting lor the Dominion Saw
.Mills, the ultimate purchasers. Mr
Briggs, in his evidence, said that nt
the time ot signing tbt agreement, he
heard Mr. Limlmurk say to the plain
tilt that he was not sure whetne.- he
liud authority to ll\ a price fir the
Yale-Columbia properties und that hc
would have to telegraph to the eastern ownei f.ei „ii „ui Iuui/. atlon as to
the price. The witness wis vr.rmly
cross-examined  by  Mr. Taylor.
Counsel appearing in tho rase nre
as follows: For the plaintiff, Mr. lv
V. Hodvycll, K. 0. and Mr. ll. A.
Mrllonald, for the defendants, Mr.
S. S. Taylor, K. ('., and Mr. George
S.  MeCarter ol Revelstoke.
Brakesman Killed
Kamloops, Nov. 22—A telegram bas
Just l»ccn rcceivod bore that Jack
Arscnaiild, C.P.R. brakeman, was
accidentally killed today while switching at Canford Mills on thc Nicola
branch. Tbc tenuous aro being
brought here for burial.
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
"McClary's" on goods is a quality name. Imagine the
comfort in using a McClary Slove. Simple to work, easy
to dean, ami economical on Fuel.
Sporting Goods
Rifles and Shot Guns, single and double barrel. Winchester, Remington and Stevens, Repeating Shot Guns, shot.
Shells and Cartridges, (all calibres). Shooting Coats, Cartridge Melts, Gun Covers, Game Traps, all sixes.
Groceries
fresh Klppsred Herring just arrived, Fresh l-'ruit and
Vegetables, Coffees, Teas, Hay, I-'lour and Poultry Supplies.
Butler   Crocks,   Bean
China and Glassware.
Crockery
and  Jugs.
Pots
ill   sizes.    Choice
PLUMBING HEATING TINSMITHING
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St., Revelstoke. Telephone No, 22
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HOT BREAKFAST FOODS
Cream of Wheat, per packet
Farina. 6 lb. sack
Carnation, including valuable prize
Maple Eastern for hot cakes, per qt. Jar.
Orders delivered to all parts of the City
25c
35c
45c
65c
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
A Hare Opportunity—Through the
foresight and enterprise of local parties, our citlseti* will on Nov, 25th,
have the rare treat ol witnessing
three ol tbe ugu's greatest raarvols —
Wireless Telegraphy, Radium and
l.ie|iu-iicel Air, witb nmnarous inter -
estlng eiparimcnts wltb each wonder,
clearly explained by an adept demonstrator, prof. Win. II. Patty. The
entertainment is not only heartily en
domed by schools, rburrbes, press and
public, but IS absolutely guaranteed
as advertised, or money refunded. A
large bouse is already assured, hut
to get desirable seats, itnmwlinte call
should |,e inii'li' ul Macdonald's drug
store.
tine ol the prettiest cipcrlmcnts
that will be presented al the Radium
entertainment iu tbis city, next Mon-
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
For Increased Egg Production Use
Fresh Green Cut Bone
Swift's Lay-More Beef Scraps
Dry Cut Bone
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
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Warm, and Serviceable
WINTER OVERCOATS
In the Most Popular Styles and Fabrics
Just Received for Men and Boys
This season we offer a line, of
Overcoats so attractive in
fabrics and colorings, so good
in quality and in such a complete range of the newest desirable styles that we do not
hesitate to state that its equal
cannot be found in the city.
McRae Mercantile Co.
Bilndman's Dance
On Wedncsduy evening next, Nov.
27th, a dance will be givcu at Mel -
trakirk Mall. Tho Revelstoke ore-he*
tra (live pieces) will provide the music Mr. W. A. Nicholson, thc blind.
man, wbo is u famous dancer, will
entertain tbc guests during tbe evening. Mr. Nicholson bad the great
misfortune some six yeurs ago of
loising both eyes in a mine accident
in the boundary distiict. Hc bus a
host of friends in Revelstoke, as
well ns all over thc mining distrirts
ol K.eolrnay and on his arrival here
in rout* in the routft, a number of
his old li lends met hnn and induced
him In remain over for a tew days
and accept an invitation to the dance
to lie given on Wednesday night next,
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XMAS ALMOST HERE
Anything from Diamonds to Patent Medicine
Bigger Assortment Than  Ever
J". GrTJIT IB^JRBEIR,
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR BATURDAY",  NOVEMBER 23, 1!U2
the :m:j^ii>:eieh-aji:d, rbtelstokb
SATURDAY, NOVKMHER 2J, 1912
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FOR SALE
se and 75 ft tape on Mackei zie Avenue
$12i    ii'ivMi, La auc« to be arranged
se . ..i Fourth Street,
-..'.'.ie'-1 »i .lown, balance to be arranged
Three Lot I Mackenzie Ave., in all iiii feet
frontage facing on Connaught A.vi n
The Revelstoke General Agencies. Ltd.
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[I iHN   11.  SIBRAUJ,   t'KES.
J.  li. MH11AUJ, JK , SKC.
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Icoi ner study ol every Important meas !
ure. 11   c wus rognrded ns one ol thc
handiest debaters on tho government
■ilie.  Another well known figure gone'
is W.  1). Staples, who resigned to go
on the railway commission.   He   wus
\ mu' ot the lieuisi b' mo ti  popular mom '
bers,   as. Goodeve  Is another   able
i representative who lms resigned since
.lust session. The only i.l her member
gone Is Ifldward Kldd o! Oartoton, who
died recently. Tho new members nro
R.F. Green, Kootenay; Alex Morrison
Macdonald;  W,   Bays,  Boutfi  Blmcoe,
1 uud W.l1', Garland, Carleton,
The resignation ol A. s. Goodevo
and W,n, Btaples meaiiB thai two now
whips will havo to be appointed .-uiil
an announcement is expected in a lew
days. Mr. Stanfleld will take up the
matter with tho premier, li la
thought likely W, K. Bbarpo will be
the new Manitoba whip nnd .1. D, .
Taylor tho now whip tor Uritish Oo- '
lumbia. ...
GIGANTIC SUMS
PR
VINCE
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Ci:c fiDaiUlberalo
PURLISHED   v, EDNESDAY  ANU
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REYEleSTOICE.  B.   C.
jnterioi pubUabtno Gompang,
Limited
J.  K.  JOHNSON,  Manager.
RALIJ1I  ti.   BCRUTON,   Editor
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SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER St. Wl
mayors and city councils rank as —
"Work well and faithfully performed"
"Peace hath her victories, more
glorioun thuu war," and many »
much villilied and freely i-ri-ticiscd
member of tho local parliament, is
in reality, n "hero ol the public service."
The Revelstoke Poultry Association
met ou Tuesday evening at it. M.
Smythb's hall. Owing to the cllin
ntn- conditions then' was j, Bmall attendance but an Interesting time was
enjoyed. Among tho Hems ol routine
business was a communication from
ll.n. Uoiel, show secretary for thc big
Provincial Show to he held in Victoria next January, asking that a spec-
cial prize lie donated by the Revel -
stoke Association. After H consideration of the subject and In view of lhe
difficulty In determining the most
suitable prize donation, it was dc-
i'i.led to notify thoy make a cash
donation ..i $15 to bo allocated to
the most suitable plaa on the prize
list.
Letters ol Inquiry wore also road
Irom exhibitors as previous shows
asking lor date of winter show at
Kevelstoke. Secretary Bmytbo was
requested to make reply that no show
was beiug holel this yenr.
Ai the close ol the meel Ing a Judg
Ing demonstration on Rhode Island
Reds was held. The' birds were BUp-
plied by Mr. II. S Igfried and Mr. K.
Somes.    As this  variety   i.s a  difficult
e.no to pass upon considerable    time
wus tuken  in  going over  this spec!
mens.
Apuit i'liu" the : tuber, .if
the  association somo  visitors     were
present who expressed tbemsel
very highly ph e n l wit I  thc evening's
work n- they bad leained mot
the merits of birds than they had ex
i Mi-te.l.
The next  in, ■ e As!
wil! be held in tie- middle ol  D a -
her wii. n Whit.- Lei i , i -
sed upon.
Two hew Whips
Today auw
Tho en I    ol    the    ivio    year If    ap-
■  it  the     provin -e
.,:-.   Mayors and  Re
eves ' ■ ounoillors,     will
tly laj   lown \    h a slgb ol     i e-
Uef,  tht   bui . ;.-   and  responsibili! ies
, ■:  tbi ii   thankli otl ci  ,     retiring
izc ol criticism
into tl .. les oi pri Pate lue
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i . ratepayers   who
allow ■   ol  c .-Ic res] sibil
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au un| lid    lected  membei   ol  n    city
council.
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its  gentleman who Buccumbsto
the call ol duty .uul .".ns the    local
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frown dour,  mei tie assigned tbe frow beneb
o ci am   lortnoi
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valuable work dom hy their civ    ■•   v, v.  Maclean,  M.T'., another   of
Wii Protection
Resolutions urging upon the federal
government tho need for the contin-
uance of the lead bounty or the Increase Of III.' tarifl mi the metal an.l
its products and endorsing the uot iou
of the numerous public bodies which
have requested tho Dominion government to appoint Robert K. Green, M.
P., for Kn,it. nay. aB minister ot mines, wero aassod al a meeting of the
execut'lve ol the Uriiisli Columbia
Mining association in Nelson last
night. Tlio resolution regarding the
lead bounty will be drculated tor signature- by mining men Interested in
tho Industry. Mining men who are
not members ol tho association are
asked to communicate with the t c
retary, James Anderson, of Kaslo.
The resolution, which is addressed lo
Premier Borden, is:
"We, the undersigned, win. have
hcen producers ol lead ore Binco the
Inception ol the load bounty act, or
who aro dependent lor the marketing
of our ore upon the lead smelting iu-
dustry, respectfully request your fav
untile consideration and that ol your
cal na'   te. the follow Ing memoi lal:
"I. That ib ■ I'.i ! inining Industry
Is a verj imi ortant one to the Do
minion and espednlly to British Columbia, but it Is handicapped and la
e'ut it led to a ' onsiderable dogreu ol
encouragement for the following reasons
"i.-u The .let. nice from market; the
gi ater pari ol thi lead producted
has i.e be hauled prai tically the
who!.' width ed thc continent to the
large  manufacturing  centres   in    the
oast.
"Sir Richard McBrlde Is a name to
conjure with in the money markets ol
tlie world," said Mr, Thomas Hooper, who has just recentlj returned
Irom an oxtened trip io Lho British
[Bles, th.1 continent ol Europe und ;
the United States. "J was moBt lm- j
pressed when 1  mot   several vory   pro-
mlnent flnanders ol the continent
who told mo that because of the excellent reputation made ior tho pro
vinoo of Uritish Columbia through
the recent visit of Blr ftlcived Me-
Ijrldo to London, money from the
nlel country would nun towards tho
west, and espoclallj toward British I
Columbia. 1 asked tho reason lor
ilus estimate ol Bi ItlBh Oolumbia
uii.t I was Informed that the staple
goverment, tbe excellent naturalre
sources and the enviable friendships!
mado by the promiei won- the reasons
"I was told by a liiiuncor whose!
name is well known in all ol tho continental markets thai thero is 30,000
000 pounds slorllng ready tor InvoBl
iu, nt in a colonization projeot In
some place iu Canada, British Colum
bin is must, fnvi.ro.I. if the government land bordering on susldlzod
railways cuu he purchased directly
from the government, thoro is no reason why this capital should not bc bro
light hero, Tho men who have the
money will nol glvo thdr funds over
to any party to act as agents between them and the government of
the provlnco.
aa.   ....-a*
Mr. Vi. Doherty, ol thi Savings De
partment, Imperial Bank Stall bus
teen transferred from Rovelstoke to
Uiinlt for Ihe Winter.
WATCH   OUR
WINDOWS
C. S. McFARLAND
Howson Block,   MacKenzie e_Avenue
WATCH   OUR
WINDOWS
Our stock of Men's Furnishings and Shoes is the most complete in  the eity.
We ean outfit you complete.    Below area few prices for comparison.
Men's Gunmetal Blucher
in a neal, dressy last, and
heavy  boles
$5.O0
Men's Winter weight Underwear in elastic ribbed
and plain knit, all unshrinkable.    Sizes 34 to 42—
$1.25 Per Garment
cJTWen's Shirts—Collars attached, cream ground,
fancy stripes
75c.   Each
cJTVlen's Gunmetal Button —
in black, style and service
combined—
$5.00 Per Pair
EXTRA SPECIAL for WEDNESDAY
16 doz. Men's Heavy Elastic ribbed Shirts CB, Drawers. This is excellent
values at $1.00—
Wednesday—Only  65c.
II will pay you to look our lines
ns well as our heavy rubber stock.
WATCH   OUR
WINDOWS
C. S. McFARLAND
WATCH   OUR
WINDOWS
I
"e in   Thi   In -li  rate  ■■:  wages    ,m
posed upon the Industry by the scales  „, tne moment| thttt Bftc ,„„,,,•,
current  in ilmilar mines In tlu- United States, whieh mines by reason of
the United States lead tarifl   oletam
far higher prices Ior then     i luct,
tin' average difference during the 10
years ended with 1911 being over $w
pei ton
i      tarifl up. ■ I
ii nchin u
t!I\ KS   IMH STH.    STW'.ll.lTY
"2.     I
A,j  Otter That    Involves
Romance in Reveistoke
The old   adage     thai      "Truth    Is
stranger than lid "  lms bees onco
more demonstrated In our very on.1st
A young man prominent in financial
circles in this city, strolling Into u
celebrated vutidei I le houso to wile
away an Idle hour listi ning to the
Bparkllng laro provided by the i>oi>u-
lar proprietor, recognist i In one ot
t tie performers an old Iriend of years
a.-ee whom he bad Imngined wni tep
arated from bim bj thousands oi
miles of land and sea. The recognition iv.is mutual, and th,' artist was
bo astonished that sue was abaken
from her habitual stage manner, and
sn  fnr cnrr.ed away  by  the emotion
him
from the Btage. The iieiitiuil delight
of these two long ■ parated friends
stirred the audience ta its depths and
an unexpected note ol pathos was
strurk. ihut will not readily be forgotten . elUgll to
...nc  little SCI iim.
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Wild, Yuii WORK FOR MB—Showing peoplo my literature about
Port All,mi ni. Him great new seaport of B.O. now being developed hy
railroads and other vnst interests,
Bplendid Beller. Liberal commis -
sions, prompt si-ttli'iiieuts, good ma
terlal In work with, S. .1. Wilson,
hi Hastings street, west, Vancouver, ii. t:.
W.WTKli Situation as housekeeper,
or general house work. Iiy young
Scotch woman, excellent rook. Apply  Itos   LM,  Oity.
WANTBD Uj a qualified young white
woman, lighl housework or nursing
Write Miss Spice, Revelstoko, B.O.
j'; ILl.OW RIVER iiii the
iBjfcmaiii line ol i'er.iml Trunk
IB Pacific .-nei Hudson Bnj Rail-
lajw.iy. li is the desire "t the
Ruilwuy Company to make it
one of the most important
towns in the entire Canadian
West. Lots $10 down, $10
monthly; no interest; uo
tuxes, Write to-day lor full
information. Pacilic Bond
.i-i.l Und Corp., Ltd., 484.
Pacific Blilg., Vancouver,B.C.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42   -    Night Phone 85
FruiiLand
FOR SALE
ii I-nu Bay lunds in pnropls of
i- or Jll acres er en bloc. Corres1-
• iiileiiit- invited.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
Talk About Making Money
Out of Revelstoke Property
One man who bought 13 lots in Begbie View
Addition a week ago from me has already re-sold
four of them for more than he paid me lor thc whole
Block.
THAT IS GOING SOME.
It shows that my statement as to the low price
of these lots was correct. THEY ARE ALL SOLO
Next week 1 will have 30 more good lots near
the same place, facing on Eighth Street, at slightly
advanced prices*
If yon want any of them speak at once, as they
too will go quickly.     All are inside City Limits with
laid out and cement walk on  Seventh   Street,
a few yards of the property.
streets
within
A. McRae, Agent
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
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NOTICE
I have opened up a Res-
tauranl in Lower Town
and will serve all f'hi-
dishes, such as chop
Suey, Noodles, etc.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
KEE MOON
Ni .1 to 1 in- Hull
TELEPHONE   287
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Drafts on llic principal cities in the following countries Issued without
delay:
Ruaala
Servia
Slam
Siberia
South Africa
Spain
Smuitr. Settlement!
Sweden
Switzerland
Syria
Turkey 8.7
United Statea
Wel   lift   ■:. etC.
These drafts can be drawn ln sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, yen,
tittls, roubles, etc.. according to the money of the country In which they
are payahle. This enables the payee to obtain the exact amount intended.
REVEL8TOKE BRANCH   F. M. GIBSON, Manager.
NAKUSP BRANCH    H. L. ROTHWELL,    MnnaRor
Africa
Cuba
Mncedonia
Arnbia
Di'nmurk
Malta
Ai ■_-".! u.i- Re i'i
ibllo
Egypt
MuncluirJB
Arniriiin
Finland
Mexico
Austrutin
Formosa
New Zealand
Aii'.uiii Hungary
France
Norway
Belgium
Germnny
pHtiamu
Bnuil
Greece
Persia
Btilsorla
Holland
Peru
Ccvliui
Icelnnd
Philippine Islands
Chill
India
Poland
China
Italy
Pci'tuiial
Crete
Japan
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"rem-'«'ttatirM    lo every.line oJ parliament> iniurgents.            ^^              «i^^^^^— a—.-—
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v  woiil.1 be fore '     lh,   ,-    r:-.t..,te   ol HaUfl I       "'
'                      ,n, that tmiicrsuci-  ton Lennoi leee the pftMlnK {rom pai "'"v Ifl Oe
i.vnll in anriii'iini'iit ,.f one ol tl." moit laithlul  n',|;' "nl ■''   !''"'"- thoroughly     nc-
S   go^'m.mber. I„ th. hon...   So man fol-, Md    . ** m.M.uv                      -,.,.  Th. price
. ,:f Wltrt by    our lowed l^.latlco, do.or cr  mad.  »>4 it. mi*, 'n«nt at U.K.
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P . iii Lump Cosl ari iv-
a/    Orders '-vill have
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A. Davidson, PH2§?NE
Sewing Machines
A nice new muck nf Singer snd rVheeler WilMn Bew-
inir Mncliinca
For Silo or Hire
by the month n   Mnnninjf's.
All kinds nf machine needles
itooked.
MANNING.   Agent.
VIOLIN AND PIANO
STUDIO	
fe-
All Instruments Taught
TEACHER OF SINGING
AND VOCAL CULTURE
Directed by
CHEO. LOUIS COVRES
This Studio gives instruction on all brass and
stringed instruments, violin, etc., by the
very latest Italian and French methods, used
by the Royal Conservatory of Music of Milan,
(Italy) and Paris, (France). We guarantee
by this method to put out a good performer
in SIX MONTHS.
TERMS and further information
on application to
CHEO  LEO COVRES.      MACKENZIE AVENUE
Coiner of Victoria Road
J SATURDAY, NOVEMBER M', 1012
THE MAIL-HEEALD,   3R, E ;VELSTOIKE
SATURDAY, MOVE MURR 23,
1913
tasa
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    SSti
Record of Progress for Five Years - 1906-1911
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
!90(i
* 3,H00,0()0
3,000.000
23,677,730
27.4*7,090
33,090,192
1911
* 4.i'()ii.000
4.(500.(100
85,042,811
38,854,801
48,237,284
Has 83 Brnnohes In Canada, and Agents and CorrospondonU In all
the Principal titles In the World.
A OENtRAL  BANKING  I1U8INE8B   THANBAOTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
CREAM
A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder
Indispensable to best results—saves
worry—saves work—saves money-
saves health-saves complaints at table
. . It Might Be Gold. .
DBTXT
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.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor.
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
HJUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly ami monthly rates to be arranxeil.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton CB. Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, 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
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Clgare     Rater $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J\   ALBBET     STOZN-IE      PBOP.
Central Hotel E
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
Tlnamlth Repairs, Hot Air, Pip*
•nd Furnaoo work
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Ava.  •   Rcvalatok*
UNION HOTEL
ARROWH HAP, B. C.
Hpsctal Attention given to commercial
nifn atid tonrl«ts. Kir»t-cla»n sample
r.ee.mr.. Finest scenery in Hnlii.li Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lak*.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
AUTOMOBILE OPENING
The Dissette Motor Co., Limited
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Provincial Distributors for
OAKLAND AND R. C. H. CARS
are desirous of securing representation for
REVELSTOKE AND VICINITY
Both these cars are the best in their respective
classes.
In Detroit, Michigan, the home of automobiles, and
where the average man knows more of cars than in
any other city, there were MORE OAKLANDS SOLD
than any other medium pricoil car.
An excellent opportunity for a live local man lo get
into the business in time to receive the benefit of sales
that are bound to result with the bettering of road conditions.
For particulars communicate with the
DISSETTE MOTOR CO., LIMITED
Vancouver, B. C.
LOZIC,    OAKLAND   ANO    R. C   H.   AUTOMOBILES
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Y Dear Friend: &
I heard that an Agent of the Domestic Utilities    T
SCo. is in your city demonstrating the use of the Vac- *$
uum Clothes Washer. As you know my husband is an *£
S engineer and he gets his clothes dreadfully dirty. I Y
find after using different kinds of soap and washing    $
Y compounds so highly advertised that nothing works
9    so well and quickly to get them perfectly clean as the
Y Vacuum Clothes Washer, and I recommend you to get
tone 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. +
SI remain, Your Sincere Friend, *
E. A. i
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WANT GREEN
AS MINISTER
BUSINESS LOCALS
Clean coal at Coursier's.
Tbe "Sugar Bowl" hot chocolate,
coflee and tea, etc., is unsurpassed.
Leave orders lor private greeting
cards at Dews' Drug Store.
ChriBtmas cards und calendars now
on sale at Bews' drug store.
Forty per cent Cod Liver Oil Eni -
ulson will positively cure a child's
cough and lit its system tor a rigorous winter.   Sold ut Bews' drug store
The "Sugar Bowl Fountain]', like
Charlies Aunt, is still running. We
are Btill serving out to satisfied customers our delicious ice cream, sodas
and Sundaes.
The new game "RuoJles" at Dews'
Drug store.
Her time  wus wrong,  her tune wae
bad;
The Black Key Study  made her sad,
Sho said good bye to all the fuss,
And  bought a Gourluy Angelus,
At thc Revelstoke Music Store.
All subscribers not receiving the paper regularly are requested to com -
municat'e with the editor, Mail-Herald
Dox 914, Revelstoke D.C, in order
that their complaints may be rectified! Write your full name and ad -
dresB legibly, and your complaint will
lie attended to promptly.
The "Sugar Dowi" Luncheonette is
now running in connection with our
soda fountain. Ladies will liml here
a comfortable pluce to get an afternoon cup of tea, chocolate, coSee,
beef tea and light refreshments.
I Seam-in-front
.•ly stockings
./would seem absurdf
Then why any seam
You have kept nn wearing stockings
with ,-i senm up the back—shapeless,
uncomfortable things ! because you probably didn't realize the perfection reached '
by
PeiiAiigle
Full Fashioned
Seamless
These nre hose Without lhc sign of a scam—-look for the sign ofthe
trade-mark, As they arc being knit tbey are shaped lastingly to
the curves of thr foot and leg. Thvg fit—they wear bolter—
nnil thr mi' r absence of nny seam at all makes them
ever so urn h more comfortable.     No difference
i coal - but much in quality, In economy
nnd in comfort 65
Makers ef
Underwear
Sweaters
•ni
Hosiery
Mid* by
Penmans Limited
Paris, Canada
(Continueil Irotll l'liKe Three)
that time comes and wo are in n po-
niiiiiii to compete with the world, it
will bo time enough then to drop tho
barriers,
NAVAL POLICY.
"1 iiiii not going to talk much on
the ordinury niicsUons that uro up
before tho Dominion house, but 1
wish to say a tew words in conuoc -
tion with that grand old empire to
whioh wc ure all so proud to belong.
Wu huve before us u condition ol affair* that in the opinion of those who
are bunt able to judge, is seerioiis. We
may at any time Ilml the motherland
in trouble, anil when she is in trouble
to whom should she apply Ior aid
more readily than to her greatest
possession this Dominion of ours and
1 Bay that Oanada cannot, go too far
in granting an immediate contribii -
tion to the navy and gottlng down
to some policy thut will tend to generally assist under proper conditions
us time goes on, and I believe in that
connection that when the policy of
tbe Blight Hon. D.L. Borden is laid
Itotorc the house, every Canadian who
is proud to belong to thc British race
will find a policy which ho ean support witli both hands up aud in light
ing attitude. He will lind a policy
tbat wc need not bc ushumed of. lbe
will lind u policy thnt will make for
the Consolidation uf the empire, for
oue King, ono country and one Hug.
In conclusion I would Like to Buy
that when I see the different repre -
sentatives here on the platform tonight that tho people of thia com -
inunity knew their owu minds, when
they sent these gentlemen down tbere
Thc chairman in introducing Mr.
Barnard, remarked: "I am atraid that
Mr. Ureen is a little modest. In so
far as this part of the constituency is
concerned, I don't think wo want a
minister of mines frnm Ontario. On-
turio is too far away from British
Columbia. We want a minister of
mines who is familiar with conditions
in tbis part of the country. A minister of mines who will assist us in
developing southern British Columbia
and 1 think Mr. Ureen is the mun for
us. I know that my friend Mr.
Scholield, member from Ymir, and
Mr. Maclean, from Nelson, will get in
and do tbe very best they can in order to secure the portfolio (or Mr.
Ureen. Tbc last time 1 was in Ottawa I saw thu minister of mines wht>
was holding two portfolios, either
one of which demanded such an immense amount of work that hc was
unulile to do one justice, let alone
two, und therefore the mining branch
has been entirely overlooked. Rossland flrBt started British Columbia. It
was the mines in Rossland that
brought the first rush to Dritish
Columbia, whon Vaucouver was little
dinky lowu of 11,000. Ta3 rush cmue
here first, and as thin:3 'latleutel ^ut
a little tbey went on to the ioa»l but
when the ..JTy is over ihere they will
come ba-'K 'o P.oss'aod
Song, A. M. Detts, in lady's cos -
tume, "My Time of Life"; encore,
"I'm Walking Out With Such a Nice
Young Man"; bund selection; song,
Mr. Sherman, "Thoru"; duet, Jones
and ftodda,  "Sailors."
MEMBER  FOR VICTORIA.
Mr. Barnard then said.    "I am very
glad indeed to be here in the city of
Kossland  tonight  for    two    reasons.
First, the only dividend I ever received from mining investment came out
of the city of Rosslund the other day
I have had a long and close connec -
tion with Mr.  Ureen, socially and po
litically  and am glad to  be here tonight if only to bear witness to   the
fact tbat ho is thoroughly und highly
appreciated in other parts of British
Columbia outsiele of bis own constituency.   Mr. Ureen, I may say, during
all the years that I have known him
has beeu a truo fricud, und therefore
when hc uskod mo to accompany him
here and go with him  through     the
Crows Nost Pass on our way to Ot -
tawa, 1 was only too glad to do so.
Our two constituencies are     distant,
but we huve one interest in common,
und that is the welfare of British Columbia.   Wo in Victoria felt when you
suw tit to elect Mr.  Ureen by occla -
maii.eii  that we were thc gainers und
1 wunt you to feel thut so lur as Kootenay  is concerned you  will certaiu-
ly uot lose anything of support     ou
my purt.   1  wish to suy, too,     that
my associations with your lute member, Mr. Uoodevc, were ulwuya of the
pleasantest.   We  Baw  a great deal  ot
each  other at  Ottawa and  were able
to help each other considerably.    We
havo a hurry-up call to go down    to
Ottawa  to  discuss  album      of      very
great importance;     alluirs thui. after
all is said ami done, are of     greater
impol'tuncu thuu  the welfare  ot  British Columbia, that is to say, thu wel
faro of the empire us u whole, for   I
believe that tho sentiment of thc poo-
plc of Dritish Columbiu is that     the
welfare of thiB     province is lnextriC -
ubly bound up with that ot the   empire.   You particularly in  this city of
Rossland are interested or engaged In
a business  which requires a lot     ol
money to run.   Wo on the cousi    aro
interested in the work of     municipal
development.   Tho money which    has
dcvclopod tin:     Dominion of  Canada,
and particularly tho western part ot
Oanada has  coma  from  Dritain.   Did
you ovor rellect whut a sudden declaration of war betwocn Dritain and an-
other groat power would mean.     It
iiiieeins that tbi' iullow of money would
stop. Work would Stop, and our workers would be out ul employment, ll
Him Dominion ol Canada gave KiO.ooo-
UUO tomorrow towards naval defence'
1 would say that it was good business
od the part ol the Dominion ol Oanada, We bave a surplus ol J80,-00*,-
1:11(1. That would mean aliout two
years of our surplus. We have in
this country about S,()00,iioo people.
If each inhabitant in Canada gave in
one yeur or two years $l(J apiece,
would it be a very heavy contribu -
Won? and yet it would mean $80,-
000-,onu, and mark you, gentlemen,
you would sec this ruinous competi -
tion of building of warships ccaBe at
once, Ih tlie Dominion ol Canada go
ing to stand by aud do nothing when
the Httle Malay State has donated a
ei'uiser. I think not gentlemen, and
1 mn sure, absolutely and positively,
certain that no member ol parlia -
ment from tins good old province of
British Columbia need be afraid of
voting too much. His only danger is
that, be may be called from what he
has told you tonight and from convcr
nations 1 have had with him, hobl-
exaelly the .sumo views on the question as I do."
The Ohairman—"I think ge'iitlemcn,
I am safe in Haying that when tho
question of naval defence comes up
there is no doubt as to what Mr.
Ureen and Mr,  Barnard will e-ay.
.lames 11. BchoBeld and W.ll. Maclean, in short, strong speeches, spoke
of thc pleasure it gave them to be
present at such a large gathering t,i
welcome Mr. lt. P, Ureen aud were
unanimous In saying that their Inter
ests were uil for Canada, British Columbia, and especially the Koote -
nays.
The musicul program was then gone
on with, the following being thc performers: Messrs Ralph, Webb, Bos-
tock, Forleath, Ulovcr, Morris, Stewart. Mr. Reese told some funny stor
ies and it then being about midnight
tlie chairman thanke.l all who had
trihuted to make the concert thc
splendid success it was and the audience standing, the band played "Cod
Save the King," while all joined in
tho singing nnd one of the' most successful smokers ever held in Rossland
was at an end.
CURED OF DRINK
BY SIMPLE REMEDY.
A Devoted Wife Helps Her Husband to a Cure  Through
Samaria Prescription.
Mrs. s., of Trenton, wae In despair,
A loving father umi a careful provider
when Holier—her husband had uru'l-
ually fallen Intu drinking habits,
which wero ruining bis home, health
und happiness. Drink bad inflamed
bis Btomauh and nerves unel creitte-d
tbat unnatural craving thut kills conscience, love, honor und breaks all
family ties.
Hut read her letteir:
" I reel it my duty tu j,ny a f»w w<>rua
uleenil ynur Ta-bttHs As you are aware.
1 sent umi tfot u oottle. thinking l
woiiM try tlium in seeret. My Mu»l,aii,l
luiU only tuken tliem a woek when he
tulil me hu wus K'Jeiiif to Port Arthur
fur the summer, su I i.ad tu tell him
nil iiituui tne Tablets. Ms said he
woulel lake them ju.-el the name. He, 1
sent ami Kot the second iwttle lur faar
one would ne.i he- en lugh, lie wrltas
hie suyuiy that he Mis leeke-n lhe contemn ui ooiii bovdss. and :.r. tttlt
Bjilenelnl. dues lieet e-ate t'ir drink in
tact, he i.na nut taken any liquor from
the nrst or my Riving It to him. 1
I. el I i unno't say t.... much In favur
of ynur  wi.nelerrui   Ksmedy,
" Mrs. S——, Treiuun, Onl."
Samaria Prescription stops tbe
ci-nliig for drink. It re-stores the
shaking nerves, Improves th<- appetlts
and genera] health, anil makes .Irlnk
distasteful and even nuufoiius. It is
used regularly by Physicians .ind Hob-
pltals, and Is tasteless and odorless,
dissolving Instantly    In    tea< colTee or
fond.
Now. If you know any home on
which the curse e,i .irink has fallen.
tell ilnm of Bamarla Prescription. If
you have a husband, r.-ith.-r. lernthe'r
or rrleml on whom the habit it sitting
Its hold, help him yourself. Writs
to-day.
A I Itli: TRIAL PACKAGE of Pa.
marls Prescription, with hoeiklet. ^lv-
In, full partb iiars. testlmonmls,
pi ff. etc., will be Bent sl solutely free
an I postpaid In plain Bmloii package
ie. .niMi.ni- Bsk Ing for u sn i mi ntlon-
inir this paper. Correspondence rnc-
redly confident al,    Wril    I The
Bamnrlu   Remedy Company,  Dept
■tie Colbornc Pt.. Toronto, Canada.
Also for Sale by   C,  R. Macdonald,
Druggist, Revelstoke, B. C.
Luml)
umoermen
It will pay you to
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Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
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jjHirr*" *' '-*+****  ^*" *•«¥- - SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1912
THIE   JnTJ^TJl,-^TJ31TlJL.JLsJD,   T2/E3"VEIjSTOK:B3
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1912
WANT GREEN
AS MINISTER
Rossland, B.C., Nov.    I    I lie i mok
,i .:. be m : ol R.F. Green, M.I'., last
BHCI
: i      rov li i   in i ., great
:...,:...    prominent        nsjrval ■ '■
pres nl a        ru
I     ■ ; :. il ..   ■ ■
r -decora I , «li
I'J   .lie.I   rt mt.-     ,ei
olore ',    ... iii">
... .   •     I      ball  ■'..,.,   mm
, r.i!   1 wii reds ol  Hags,  I..  A.
M i  i . was chairman,  it.
K.  ' .;.-■ :.  :, ae '.  on tho l'ln
i   ', ...   -ii i lie plat
H   I       ei ..  nr . for \ im
- ■. ■. lean. Ml'   lor Nelson
\l l'.l'. f.H   Vmir.
1.. . iipbcll ,n a most bappy
Hr. i In ■ n  in  Um (ol
; m.'. Ing     em ie       "Vie  arc   here    this
,-olcoi     tn our city Mr.
e,.-. f right, "nr Dominion
t led Mi. Barnard mem
ber '.. :   Victoria, -.v 1;.. bas kindly ac
ompanli i  Mr. Green; .v*e> Mr. Bcho-
member lor Ymir and Mr- Mac-
leanmember .'or Nelson,  l regret very
ich  ::. et   Mr.  Miller,  member     lor
l  impossible   to
be be re,   is ■■■. -.1 as Mi. Hunter, mem.
ber I Vie bave a vory len
gthy program thi- evening so my ro-
- ort.     Vmi are me
doubt       a■    bowi .vr. that the men
country has been
.  opinion through the
late  min sl r ol mines holding    two
portfolii b. We started oil In tho early
rt ol     gei lo   cal
i y.     and  I     think you all know
•  It  brought,     In tlie early days
lera le leellng between
iting .a this camp tbo
res lit    • ng that It  aras Impossible to
■ lea i 'ef ore thru
.- .i. brought  bi i e'
e thi      lurvoj   and     from
n issland has   been
> ".■ bodl ie
were ut that    time opened up    Into
payin I th.tik it  Is     up to
our town  tee support   Mr. Green.     1
ij that we bave already potl-
■. Hon. ol.. Bor Ion to Bee ns to
whe-'!   ■ ri cannot  have our
men.       Mr. i| ; ... tit. ,1 minist -
er ol • applause.)
"1 -I.  you  are    woll
i are nol  personally
acquainted    witb   oui   member,    Mr.
- n the Kootenay
ktry I ■ ars and is thor
ough. . min ng    con-
'   in the     Blocan
country,  an I  al o     In  the  Rossland
m which we are particularly in
tercet no* that to make lead
stm ■ success, it is necessary tei
tain  tonnage ol dry ore
nnel  i I  '   same attention
were given to the Slocan country that
has l.even even to Rossland that it
vtoui: ut a short time until that
part. e.-■     ' drj  'ei.' was pro
duced there. I have t.i thank our
mem; • -   Mi   Green I - thia
vie.t. ,.r.; I know that as long as be
is in the . ty you will all do youi
best to make him enjoy himself. I
wil! ■ I Kd,
Btevei
aa   !.• whi n
we   •■ nate   thuu wi   arc
•   n having I ill our owi
way.
Alt ■ and    selection bj
Re*- .      diners   Union baa
lenc.      then    sang "Kor I.
liooU lellow."
Mr       .mpbell
gret from vi. o. Millei
- . i ]      •
B   •
a- : a
■
i.... .rL' ;.
'
SS.    Mr.
.
the     [	
itch h«
part.
.    '
■   ■
, i.lorm-
■   •  .-  ■
■
■
*b. wlll
'
ti  thank ..-
on     honor   that   ar..
proud    o(. whi
.t tbat timi
d.stt
the nomination at the convenion but
was elected by acclamation.
"Iwisb     to    tender     tnj
thanks to the citzens ol Uossla,.
take this opportunity ot da
to soy that asytbaOg l can d..
for yuii in reason at Ottawa will be
done. I speak not only to Conwrm
tivf' , but to Liberal! as well. When
an is a canadidatc he works tor
arty, 'ut -.'.hen h«- ll elected he
•*r,rk= for tin good of both parties 1
am not a strane'r to this constltu
I •  was hears In the early days
vhen there wer- only two or three
tyWpi w^cre Hot:,and now stands.
i was also iie'i.' In ibo days ol pros
perlty, and hope to bo often hero n
i am not a miner but have
Bpetvl both time and money in min
Ing. I ,vas a member ol the lirst nun
ors' in, .en in tiie country, which used
in mei in u Bmall hullin the little
town . Unswoi i li manj years ago. 1
nm no tying this lor any reason
tixcopl iai I wanl you to know that
i know i mmi lun,'. .it least ol mining
oi lil ore.   Nor .-im  1 Baying it
. 11 an      .ii  name has been mentioned
..ei i Im     mi  iii'l nis tor oi mines
i i....   ■ thai  your    member   stated
.1 v. hi    ii ■ Btatod i imi tho geologl
. .il aurvi y i i i i.m 1'iin'ei'el on much
turthoi 11 ..I. .i has i n,     We should
ii.ivr a complete geological survey of
the iiiiii.iii. f    i anada, because a.
...... rvej   ilemonstrates     ihe
■   ni  . tratn .ui i   hereby gives nn
oppoi' .mum in and on   and
working lo better advantage lu tho
com u ni .im.i,'ni wins and the
ivny ol mining, I bollovo tbat the
■ ' industry has novor received
in ■ ati ; on ai Him hands ol the
Domini government thai it ih entitled to." j
'III.' future minister wenl on
to speak ol tho dlfleron! quest ions of
great uteiesl to tins district to min
.ng mutters, saying that what wus
Docdod was a portfolio lor minister of
mlnos whoso Bole duty it was to look
aftor ibr mining industry. i
"I Would sny again Unit 1 am not
making tbis statement becaUSO my
iiame has boon menl nine.I iu connection wiiii the portfolio but becauso of
tbe great need and benoBI that would
be derived Irom It. Tho mining Industry Bhould have evory attention, If
the minister of mines were chosen
from Ontario I would as heartily sup
port thc government iu thai par -
tlculai Feature ol their policy as
th.it   portfolio were to comi'   to
British Oolumbia. l would sup -
port ii just the same il it came to
British Oolumbia aud nol to Koote -
nay-, and I would support, it just the
sain.' .1  il   .Wel COIUO  to tho Koot'iniay H
MET ISXEOUTIVH,
"I nm i'liu ed io .mh that I bad the
pleasure ol mi el lug tho Rossland en -
i utlvo ami 1 never met an executive
who «mii nl less, and l sny that the
questions put to me by ynur oxecutlve wore quostlons that can bo uaBlly
answered un.l their wants easily sat
li n, .1 and I hope to go! them all lor
you. I have au added phasuro in addressing ilus audience tonight In tbe
tact Hint my good Iriend Mr, Campbell is your local representative,     I
limy say Ihai Horn my knowledge of
Mr. Oninpliell, Rossland lms made no
mistake, nnd the legislative chambor
'a.II always ting with bis voice when
i bore Is anything that In bis opinion
iii.' people ei. Rossland ure entitled to
and ii he talks as forcible at Victoria
as li.' has .lone tonight there will he
no eloiiht of tbeni gelling It. Mr.
Campbell ha i a reputation in nny
event ol always getting what he wants
I also wish  In    ny what a pleasure il
i.s to mo ti.night to he accompanied
by my old friend Mr. Barnard, Mr.
Barnard Bometlines calls mo his "political godfather,' because 1 havo been
of some Bllghtassistance to him In the
past, Mr. Barnard bus preceded    me
to Ottawa and 1 am delighted to
know thai be is there as the wis.lorn
thai he has gathered ihere will be of
BOtno assistance bo me. ami I have always felt thai my constituency would
have a warm friend iii Mr. Barnard.
li is a pleasure to mc nt all times to
say a lew words at a Conservative
gathering. I am plad that I hnve
had some experience in tho local bouse
as I feel sure Ihai that experience will
be ol as-istaiiee to me in tbe federal
house in so fnr as thc Conservative
party and the Conservative policy is
conoerned. If you can today show mo
n measure In the statute books of a
constructive nature ol any moment, I
will   point olll  to you      Hi   Hint Maine
measure tbe wmk ol tho Conservative
government, ll always hn- been tho
party lor construction, It always has
invn the party thai stood hy the old
Hug.    It always  lias      been   the party
that looked m ihe prosperity, not
ouly ol one particular class or community but t.o lhe whole of this Dominion of ours. It wub that party,
uuder the loadorshlp ul Sir John A.
Mai'doiunl that established a protective policy. This policy was inaugurated I say l,y the Conservative gov
ernment, and the Liberals, although
Ihey say otherwise, bad to carry it
on just ns lt was, and 1 say that, the
people ot Cuiia.bi will carry on that
grand old policy until tbe time will
come when practically everything that'
we U8e and eat and wear will bo
grown, mined or manufactured within our own provlnco (applause) When'
 1
(Continued on I'age Four)
AT 60 ENJOYING
PERFECT HEALTH
Because He Takes GIN PILLS
A prominent Consulting Engineer of
New York Citv, thus heartily endoraes
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age, I urgently recommend GIN PILI/8
to fri'mis us being the one thing that
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Ily th" time a mnn or woman is 6o,
UlH iC.ni.ieys nml HI.alder need a little
ni lp lo keep ill good working order.
CIN I'll.I,Sure what they need. GIN
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.onl waul oil Rheumatic attacks,
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FULL  LINE OF  GENT'S   SHOES
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solid leather Shoe. They are both
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■■
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JOHN BINGHAM
"My GURNEY
OXFORD
jumped right in
and helped with
my housekeeping "
Dear Edith,
In a general way I have wished you all the
good things 1 know of, so now I nm going to descend
to the practical and give you some sound advice
from the store I have accumulated since 1 started
housekeeping.
Housekeeping naturally suggests the kitchen
first its equipment and management, or in other
words, THE RANGE
My range, as you know, is a Gurnr-yOxford. I
never enjoyed much of a reputation ns a cook in my
younger days, ao when I thought of being responsible
for three meals a day my heart sank. I imagined
myself battling all day with a sulky range, trying
to coax it into a good humour, and covered with
mortification because of lata or spoiled meals. But
my dear, my Gurney-Oxford seemed to sympathize
with my inexperience.    From  the day it came it
jumped right in and helped. It has become my
good right hand, and I go my way confident that
my Gurney-Oxford will not disappoint me.
It has the cleverest arrangement for regulating
the drafts, well named the Gurney Economizer. Ona
small lever put up or down does everything. The
fire will stay in all day, hardly burning any coal at
all—then, presto! „ It is burning brightly, ready to
bake or roast. An arrangement of flues keeps the
oven always properly heated, so that the biscuits
or bread come out light and crisp and brown. Yes.
Edith, as Bob says, I have developed into "soma
cook," and I often tell him he must give at least half
the credit to our Gurney-Oxford.
You will understand my nthusiasm better after
you have had your Gurney-Oxford a month or to.
Sincerely Yours,
MARY HOUSEWIFE.
Henstoke Jtardwre Co.
ItEVELSTC >KI<:, B. C.
Howson G& Co.
Are prepared to Sell  Furniture, Carpets,
Linoleum and alll House  Furnishings
at Eastern Prices.
Ask for Cash Discount.
COAL and WOOD
Good Screened Lump Coal (semi hard)
from Lethbridge now in
Birch, Firand   Hemlock-dry-$6 to $7 a cord
Orders will receive prompt attention.    Phone No. 60
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no
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REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
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If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing CB,
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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
cTVletal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
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selling are the heBt.    Call anu
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he wii hont a supply of our Harvey's Speolal Icotoh Whlsktyi our
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DO year* old or Blaokberry Brandy
(or Medicinal purposes.   Our stock
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ONLY SIX WEEKS
FBI CHRISTMAS
Why not do some of your Xmas
Shopping early. You know the
usual crowds at the season's
end.
The Campbell Kids '
The greatest character doll ever put over.
Dutch boys and girls, Baseball Players, Football players, non-breakable headB, and all
hard Wash Cloths, and all making a big hit
with the cute dolls at each 	
$1.00
Wools   Wools!
In   Fancy Colors,  double and single,  Berlin
and Eiderdown Wools and the knitting yarns.
Hair 0
rnaments
New showing of fine Barrettes, Combs,  Hair
Ornaments and Comb Sets.   All Prices	
25c. to $5.00
Fancy Linens
Our Annual Sale of Fancy Linens is now on.
We have a great showing of Doylies, Tray
Cloths, Sideboard and Buffet Drapes in the
finest pure white linens; nice pieces from	
25c. to $10
The greatest line of Dressed Dollies we have
ever shown at 25c. 50c, 75c. and $1.00 up to
§10.
Fancy Work
We have a good Idea in Fancy Work. Each
piece and all the thread and material to complete them.     Towels, Bags, etc., at each	
35c. to $1.50
Groceries and Crockery Department
Pure Honey
We have just placed in stock a large shipment
of Pure Honey, fresh from Brussels, Ont., in
,S Ib. and to lb. tins, and half Ib. !4 Ib. and
■ lb. jars; quart sealers.
See Our Corner Window for
Classy Biscuits
Huntley & Palmers are fresh from their
Factory in England. Christie's are also just
in from Ontario	
Prices from 2 lbs. for 25c. to 75 Cents Per Pound
Fruit and Chocolates
Fresh   G. B.  Chocolates  in   half and   i   lb.
boxes.
Cape Cod Cranberries, Sweet   Potatoes,  California Grapes, Grapes, Bananas, Oranges and
Lemons.
New China, New Cut Glass, New Dinner Sets,
New Tea Sets.    All kinds Fancy China.
Bovril and Fluid Beef
This is the time of year for Bovril and Fluid
Beef.    A shipment just arrived	
16 oz. bottles of Johnson's Fluid Beef.
20 o/.. bottles Bovril Cordial.
4 oz. bottles Bovril.
i oz. bottles Bovril.
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Ghenardellis Ground Chocolate,  half Ib. tins 15c.
Canada Corn Starch 3 packages for 25c
Nabob Custard Puddings 10c. per package
Nabob Tapioca Puddings 10c. per package
Beef Loaf 10c. per tin
Condensed Cocoa 20c. per tin
Choice Teas
40c.
.. 50c.
New Fruits will be in next week.
Take Elevator to Fancy Goods Department
A Table of Fancy Articles, pin cushions, photo
frames, sachet folders, Handkerchief Cases,
pin trays, etc.
Beautiful F
urs
Some specially nice sets in Lamb, Beaver, Seal,
Alaska Sable, etc. We have always demonstrated our ability to sell good Furs and can
point with pride to most of the good furs in
town having come from here.
Shop Early and get the Pick
of our well assorted stock in
our Fancy Goods Department.
Umbrellas    Umbrellas
Great stock of the new designs handles now in,
tops of the Gloria Silk, up to the finest, pure
silk tops.
..Men's Goods Department..
Don't wait for the last week to do your Xmas shopping; let us
assist you now in deciding the important questions. Our stock is
complete. We have more opportunities to show you the new lines
than we will have later. A glance at this list will undoubtedly help
you in some cases.
MEN'S GLOVES—Unlined, silk lined,
fleece lined, fur lined; they come in gray
and brown, undressed kids and mochas,
gray and tan cape and  kid	
Prices, $1.25 to $3.50 Per Pair
MEN'S NECKWEAR—The newest and
most fashionable lines of neckwear on the
continent including a full range of "Atkinson's Koyal Irish Poplins," and a full line of
knitted ties in separate boxes. Any tie put
up in separate box	
Prices, 50c. to $3.00
cJTWen's Mufflers—All the latest in scarfB
and mutllers, the plain button lustoner and
the accordian knit, with a wide range of
padded shapes	
Prices, 50c. to $4.50 Each
Fancy Hosiery—In lisleB, cashmeres and
silks, either in separate fancy boxes or by the
half dozen	
Prices, 50c. to $3.50 Per Pair
Men's Suspender Sets -Prices from 76c.
to S3 per Set.
Men's Umbrellas -Silk tops, gold, sterling
or gunmetal handles	
Prices, $4.50 to $8.50 Each
cTVIen's Collars and Handkerchief Boxes
—either in plain or rough finish leather; both
silk and leather lined, all sizes and colors
Prices, $1 to $5.00 Each
cTVIen's Tie Holders—They make an ideal
Xmas gift, as every man wants a place to
hang his tie	
Prices, $1 to $2.50
Military Brushes—In genuine moroccocase
Prices, from $3.50 to $7.50
Tobacco Pouches—In     rubber  and   fine
leathers	
Prices, 75c. to $2.00 Each
Fancy  Vests—Jaegar   pure   wool,  in all
shades	
Prices, $4.00 to $6.00
Sweater Coats—Fine pure wool in all new
patterns and collars	
Prices, $2.50 to $7.50 Each
Smokers' cy^ccessories—Pipes, Seta, Cigar
Cases, Pouches, etc.   Anything from  	
50c. to $7.50
Handkerchiefs — Excelda, linen, silk,  initialed or plain -	
Prices, 10c. to $1.50 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 for lO
days only.
LINOLEUM
This^week we have opened up our Fall consignment of the best Scotch
printed and inlaid linoleum, some very good designs in black and white,
green and white, tile, etc., also oak flooring and Parquet design. Now is
the time to make your selections while the stock is all here. Oome and
see them anyway. ; BATURD V.    N0\ I Ml   IR
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THE 1&-A.TT,-TTJ£TIJ±.J^JD,   IRE'ViELlLSTO.IKI'E!
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1912
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Fresh Shipm^rts Coming to Hand Daily
Sweater Costs lor Ides aod Misses
Misses Coats, to fit girls from lil, 12,14 yeurs
Ladles' Silk Waists.   Ladies Set Waists
leoies' White Tailorert Waists
Ladies' and Misses' Wool Caps
200 ladies Hand Bags direct from Best American
Manufacturers.
Infants Wool Jackets at all prices.
KG
Masquerade Bait
There will be a Masquerade   Ball  under the
auspices of Fire Brigade No. 1
Opera House, Wednesday, Dec. 2nd.
^FISHING
TACKLE
The Revelstoke Orchestra
wiil be in attendance
SPORTING
GOODS
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CHRISTMAS
enquiries and orders, ure now under consideration an»I we would  like
tu call youi
A T T E N T I O N
lo the 11.1 llinl we nn* nlriwly opening our new season's siock ot dried
fruiis, euM.iiiiM. raisins, j > a * - ■ I ^. extracts, spin'., eic, etc,
PLKASB
comi  in      I look around.   As   our (foods arrive  we display them,
We also rarrj clieiee rarietii'S ol entitiR ami cookitigupple*, including
Snouts, Jonathan, Spies, Kink* ""d Russets
Uur sten'k es complete in nil lines.
Phone 41
A. HOBSON box 734
lievelstoke Inside Property
Ki-.il Estate es selling rapidly. Why not u.et ill before ;ill the most desirable residential lots are taken up?
Lasl week we made several :^>■.'»I snles tu local buyers and it will only be a
tiliort lime belore these lots ..re .ill closed out.
Call at "in office and Ret lull particulars, All our properly can be sold
on eat) terms.
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
hi   Hamilton Is i ipected hom i Irom
, it toda;
U.S. McCartei  and W.I.  Bi IgK8 are
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S.S. "Royal Edward."
November 12th, 1912
Sir, I Imvc Just beets in Canada on
work connected with the possibilities
lor women there, mul bad Intended
Bending yon thiB letter while l was
in your locality, but had not time.
May I hope you will kin.lly insert lt
now ?
The Uritish Women's Emigration
Association wIiobc patroness is Queen
Alexandra, has :br the past twenty
years advised and helped suitable wo-
men only, to go to the overseas Dominions; during the present summer,
It has sent a party of women work -
ers ol various kinds to Canada once
a fortnight. Last year it sent nine-
bundred women all ol whom lound
niches.
Yours faithfully.
Miss s. H. Perkins.
(Permanent address. 74 Princes
Square,  London, W'.i
Sir-.When lately visiting Uritish
Columbia, I hoard much of the diliiculty house wive- experience iu get -
ting proper domeBtte help; the serv -
ants coming Into Canada Irom tha
old Country cannot afford to go so
far. May I suggest ihat an employer who cannot get a servant shouhl
try one of the "Campanlon Helps"
trained I.y the British Women's Emigration Association at its Stoke
Trior training college? The college
trains Knglish middle class girls lor
work in the overseas DominlonB;tht>y
arc there taught thoroughly and prac
tie-ally all the duties of a house, and
when their course is completed they
mostly Und work in Canada, largely
in Dritish Columbia. That they are
appreciated is shown hy the facl that
they are constantly lieing asked for.
They are thoroughly capable, pleasant young women, and specially good
and trustworthy where there are children.
As the term "Companion Help" implies, they expect to have meals with
the family; hut they also expect and
are qualified to elo the work of a gen
era! domestic,
I enclose prospectus ,.,f the     Stoke
College.    Particulars ief  its -tu
jys  be      had  from    the
Emigration   AsbocI
l Imperial  Institute,  London,  S.
W.   1  remain   sir,
. oui    faithfully.
S.  It.  Perkins,
Member   ol     l ouncil,  British Wo
association.
Rediairiuiuion Fosij.oi.cQ
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thi    tate
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"Rhymes of a Rolling Stone," hy
Robt, W, Service, $1,110 at Dews' drug
Store,  McKenzie avenue.
Why tire yourself out before Xmas
in decorating anil renovating your
house for the reception of your guests
Allow me to perform this uueessary
duty for you, 1 will supply Hags,
bunting, holly, mistletoe to suit tho
taste of the moat fastidious host. I
can nlso polish and renew all tho furniture for you for a fair ranunern -
tion. We presume to state we aro
two capable men trying to cam a
Christmas dinner. Apply by phone to
Y.M.C.A.
RALPH CONNORS' NEW HOOK,
"CORPORAL OAMkRON" AT Vi.
HEWS'  DRIlt! STORE.
NOTICE
I will be pleased to quote prices on
straight, or mixed curs of Timothy,
Prairie and Oreen Out Hay, F.O.B.,
Cochrane, Alta.
it. A. Webster,
Cochrane,   Alta,   Dox  Ills.
NOTICE
The annual meeting of the Girls'
Hospital Auxiliary, will lie held In
at S o'clock. All members are re -
the City Hall, Monday, November -fi.
quested   lo  be  present.
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Importer of
Irish Linens
Datna&k, Sheeting, Pillo\
Linens,  Fancy Linen
Goods, &C, &c.
SUITABLE   XMAS   PRESENTS
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Mrs. Thompson Porter
FOURTH STREET KAST
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GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
Goods of all kinds. Mr. Fisherman, don't forget to
inspect our stock of Fishing Tackle. When you see it
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Best Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
OPERA  HOUSE
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OPERA HOUSE
' I'  lrug store
Birvvs' l)mx; Stork
VMAS CARDS in ever bi Ion
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bfws THL REXALL STORE bews
FOR
FALL UNDERWEAR
BOYS
Granby Rubbers, in all sizes.
Pall Hat.i. all the latest shapes and gjzes.
Suspenders   All sizes and colorB.
Mackinaw Coats-All grades
Large assortment  of Pall and Winter Suits
and Ovi tats to choose from,
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fil Reform Clnfhing        Sfchon Hals        Foot-Rite Sir
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BUSINESS IS GOOD
A general spirit of optimism prevails among Revelstoke citizens at the present time. Business and professional men are
looking forward to big things for Revelstoke next year. The
extensive operaiions of the C. P. R., bringing work for between two and three thousand men in this district with headquarters here mean a boom to Revelstoke such as she has
never seen. It will simply double the value of Real Estate
and many wise men, forrseeing this, are investing now at old
prices and will realize big returns. Last week we closed up
deals aggregcting nearly $5,000.
Get in on the Ground Floor
SOME   MONEY   MAKING   BUYS
55 Feet off Mackenzie Avenue, on 5th Street, only $1,000 00
4 Lots, one block off Mackenzie Ave., on 8th St., each 335 00
One Lot on Second Street, close in    425 00
House on Large Lot. 80 x 100, on Seventh Street, Just
off Mackenzie Ave                 $2,100 00
Six Room Modern House on Third Street  $2,000 00
House for Rent on Mackenzie Avenue
J. B. Watson Realty Company
E. G. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
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