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REVELSTOKE. B. C. JAN  15, 1913
$2.50 Per Yea-
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em   Sheffield  Steel,  with Knncy Handle or the latest  Safety Razor, wc
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COME HERE.
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ially for ua, sold under gunmntce
ndlable,  $2.25;  al6o the  choice  of
Shellields  besi   brands  from  $1.00
at $2.00 is a prize.
up.   Hokcr.-i Clatiss and others.
SAFETY   RAZORS
Over tw.-nty styles to choose from, and at prices lo suit any pocket
From 16 (vnt< to $7.50. Gillette, Auto Stra*i, Gem, Every-Rondy,
Keen-Kutier, Claus*,  Yankoe,  Arnold, Hinder and many others.
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Must be cleared out to make room
for Spring Stock, lt you are looking for Skirt Bargains you can get
them here.
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THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor and Iragraucy. Sold iu 1 lb.
lead packages.
Price, 35c., 40c. and 50c. per lb.
G. W. BELL
P. O   Box 208 QROOER & BAKER Phone No. 23
DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS
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Manufactured by "Libby"
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CIVIC ELEGTIOi
HtVtLolurvL, lb 13
Polling Day To-Morrow, Tnursday, January lotn, 9 a. m^
to 7 p. in.—Heavy Vote /expected.—iiow Contest
Was Forced on Citizens.—ivia.NHeraici'& roi ecus t oi
Results.
X (i. THIAKIHON.
Manager
Nominations for thc Revelsloke r.iv-
ic Blctions lala, cloned Monday,
Jiimiary 13th, ut 1 p. . 1 oliing day
1- Thursday January lCth (tomorrow)
between the' hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.
m. The full list of nominations i» as
follows:—
For Mayor—Thomas KUpalrlck,
nominated Iiy IJ. McLeod and C, 11.
Hume. Horace Manning, nominated
1 y (i.  Ueil  and  W.   I Briggs.
Ward One—For Aldermen, J. Uuy
Barber, nominated by A. Jones and
R. D. McDonald; Geo. Kimberley, nom
'inated by W. I. briggs and W. B,
Donaldson; H. J. Mu8orley, nominated by lo. Patrick und K. G. McRao;
Ge'o. D. rthaw, nominated by A. Pradolini and J. McGlnnis;
Ward Two—W. B. Donaldson, nominated by J. H Armstrong nnd CB,
Hume, lt. Howsou, nominated by 0.
R. Macdonald and A, Hobson; H. Pl
MeKinnon, nominated by J. D. Sib-
I ul.l an 1 Geo. Bell.
Ward ThrC2—0. \V. Abrahamson,
iominated by H.K.R. Smythe und J.
A. Stone; P. H. Bourne, nominated
by P, B. Wells and 13. McBean; 8.
Needham, nominated by H.N. ('our- -
ii r and A. Johnson.
School Trustees—Thomas W, Bradshaw, nominated by A. J. McDonnell
und R, Squarebriggs.
E. Edwards, nominated by Bid,
Trimble anj O. W. Alnabamson.
Arthur John-on, nominated by J.H
Armstrong and A. J. McDonnell.
There are. two aldermen to be eloo-
t.'d in e-ach of tho three- wards, and
two vae-nneies for school trustees io
be fill"l from the thn* candidates.
lin Thursday (tomorrow) January
16th, tbe electorate of Rovelstoko
Oity, will undertake the onerous duty
of chosing thc Mayor and Aldermen,
who arc to a-dminister affairs during
tbe yeur 1913.
Then' are certain aspect,, of ihe present civic campaign which diHer.'iiti -
ate it from any previous campaign In
the history of Revelstoke. For weeks
before nomination day, an organised
attempt was made' to stir up strin-s
aud disputes, and astute of iii.au>
wlnch has existed for fifteen years In
our midst, was dragged ruthlessly into the. limelight, in au endeu.or to
cloud 'he issues of thc approaching
municipal   "nnipaign.   It   Wa very
inlortunate that the Old Oity Council, in the la-t moments as it were of
their civic your, should ha.e been
culled upon io mix up iu atiairs oi
the I'olic Administration, an.l nt a
time when tbe only member ol the council actually 'onnectcd with tbe Po-
Ine Commission was absent. ami
known to all, ineluding th>- parties
who forC'-d tne in.estigntiun, to be
ausent Irom  thc eity.
Whni ever disinterested readers of
lhe evitienci' iuuen at the uint'tigu ■
tion may adduce irom >iuu<, mere i-
at least one thing sure, that thc Kev-
elstoie Lity Council for ls-ili, nad ab
soluuly no connection with thu matter which was investigated, and tnat
they acted consistently up to the "i-
ccnon pledges and did their very best
as the rocord ol their worn well and
(uithtully perlormed clearly shows,
throughout thoir eniiio term of oincc
lor  tbe City ol Revelstoke.
THE   1913  ELECTIONS.
Tlle time uppruueuect ior the 1^13
elections, and it then became apparent that lho iiiuCKia. M'li, of the in
Mitigation wore endea.oiing to turn
thc investigation to political udvuut-
age iu tho Municipal contents,
There are belore lhe punuc two
candidates for tho ollico ot Mayor
.both of whom arc woll known in the
ct) niiel district. Ow of these llllldl-
aaics, in the Person ol Mr. T. Kilpat
rick, was in the Bold fairly uarly on,
he was not a member ol the old coun-
ii. ,nei allowed hi.- name to go tor-
Hard lo nomination on the request ol
a very largo numlier of ratepayers
from all parts of the city, who lit-
lioved that in view i.f bli past municipal umi public e-rvnes :'n Revel
st.ike, nf his very extended practical
experience throughout the district and
ihe undoubted qualification! he pos
•' . for tbe oflloe, hi would make
iln- best available mon to nominate
,,    Mav..!   (oi   Revelstoke during    thee
e '  l|:   leg   Veil'
The olboi candidate entered i lio Held
at tbs lu • morat al and aftei bli pro
ie essor iii opposition bad withdrawn
[rom ihi contest, snd be wa i ul Ioi
Hard i>> the oli ment who bave been
• tb i i Uie rei -i'1 campaign ol    n .,>
|ajd     .HV'    elie-ntle.il
ir tn, Investigation to which wo
have referred (and which heal In mind
did not In any way concern thc old
council ti «ucb, »nd    »h»cb  'Citamly
ELECTION ADDRESS CT—urne ^ ^^
First Street, Kevelstoke.  Tel.  No. 22
did not in the slightest degree, concern
air. T. KilpauiCi, wuo was neither iu
tcrcsted in or mixed up diroctiy or
indirectly with Ihe iu.cstigntion or
the wild statements wbi'-h uccompuni-
ed same,) bad not htcn held ut all
there I'S no doubt that Mr. Kilpatrick would have been returned by acclamation, even bis present opponent
will admit that in actual fitness lot'
the position ol Muyor, uo other man
availoble can compare wltb Mr. Kil-
patrick,
We hnve reason to believe that Mr.
ICilnntriCk expected to receive a unanimous election, he bad every reason
to so expect, und there can be no
doubt, i-iat but for the investigation
he would -\e' received his election
unanimously.
It must occur to any intelligent pcr
son, thnt In view of the foregoing tho
ie-:- of an Investigation witb which
be was absolutely unconcerned, as a
basis on which to build a tlnisy opposition in his candidature us Mayor
ui Revelsloke, wus not doing Justice
to a gentleman of the proven public
spiritedness and capacity as we find
in Mi. Kilpatrick. Mr, Kilpatrick,
entered the tield solely witli the single
le purpose ol giving bis valuable services for a period of one yeur in the
Interests ol his bome eity and fellow
eitizens.
H«' has been in this district since
1885, having lirst taken up his resi -
denco in the fall ol that year. H. was
nn alderman in the tirst council ever
clecied immediately alter Incorporation, and performed valuable work
from the outsei of municipal government, on behalf ol Rovolstoke. In tbe
year ltllli) h■• was again elected uldcr-
ninn, nnd in 1901 he was lor the lirst
Ume elected Mayor of ihis city. He
was ihe nloneer mover in tho direction ol securing 'ho present hospital
organisation for the Oity of Revel -
stoke, he has been ever since iitt inception President of Hospital Board,
under whose united efforts the Victoria Hospital has ri^en to its present
magnificent position, .second to none
in nil Biitish Columbia, and in every
diroetion a- a citizen he has laoorea
incesstn.ly lor the good of bi- home
city
He.is not connected with nny other
candidate lor anv civi■ posiiiou, but
i n the "vc ni ihe election is forced in
to ronttlct with another lust minute
"eioT ior the Mae>or 8 Cnoir, in the
I e'l'son of Mr. H. Manning; bis oppoA
rnts hue no tault lo lind with Mr.
KilpntricK a- a public man or prlv -
ate citizen, in fact they admit ihat
on mone qualifications olono, he has
ms running mate uac»ed ott tu>' map.
let tney insist on driving him into
u iigm. uecause loroooth Mr. j. m.
no,iie, a man wiicnout a vote, succeed
ed in -''cuiing on uiveBii„uiiou, ana
wh.eh iii,c..i.0n..on mar in mia.1, ro-
sulied in notn.n„ except a lot ot
, oor advertising lor mcvcisiom), una
a donnito refusal io    produoe cenaui
mysterious uniuavits.
in tue u, liiio.i ol overy Intelligent
man, i.ue otny wuy iu whim to Bum
uieeiii' i|.ai eiiciious, is to eniieuvor lo
eieet the I/cut men for tue vmunt positions.
li iho votes of Rcvc.Btokc atics io
ihut »liou-o..,c i.eiiciive, ihey Will
nume no immune, uuel ihey cun ouly
do so consistently by voting for Mr.
Thomal KilpatrlrK Ino best man Ior
Mayor oi Rgveliloka for 1018.
THE OLD COUNCIL,
lu uddiliou to trying to mix up Mr
Kilpatrick us caudidule lot Muyor,
with all investigation iuto lhu I'olice
i "iiiiieM,mu rs with whieh he bu   p"
Itively uo tonneoUon elthei    dlrecWj
or indin'ctlv, lbe purluH who     have
been endeavoring   ■, ludusinoiisiy u,
drug the name ol  Kevelatoke in     lho
mud, have ulso triod to <ust. dUcrod
ii upon (he retiring cay council who
Wore union unut loiign  io bc guilty
ui pending iheir best etloits uu-clllsb
ly  lor  lhe oity,  ut the tune  When the
investigation was granted'
The eiiv council ior 1818 was com
posed "I Aldermen McSorloy and '.uv
Barber, How-  and MeKinnon,    If.
Bourne and Abrabamion; beaded of
.oiiise by  Mayor Dr. Sutherland.
Tl Iltoi of tins paper 'b"'     not
n.i  called upon  io defend "i    apeak
in any way foi  Mayor Dr. Sutherland
That gentleman filled Uio pe,sit.neu of
Mayor for twelve months, during ol
even months ol  lhat time In    iiiiii
tors hail ample  turn'  in  make     nny
complaints thej  wished lo reglatei rs
gunling in   administration; ll  i     "
nun ktttele   howovoi    Uuu  tlmy  waltod
until th"y knew ho m,   absenl on an
At tno urgent oolicitalion ol uiauy
tncnuo und rutenta/ois, ino* ouer my
se.ii us a cauaidate ior tue Mayoruity.
i solicit tue votes and lauuenee oi ail
ia.e,ayeis who hola to lines of
cen^j, i,io0rcss auu .air ucaling.
me .oiiOmiUs is iny ^lanoiui.—
i.—Bettoi' cuioiceiueut ot law aud or-
dei'   .bun  Uus oa.SvcU    una r    tu
e^resani vouucii.
i.— stiti BuvtiroDSlou of faamuiiiig havi-
lug paiticuiar re.eien o to t-auibl
1I1„  ol   the  UU  UO.tt   vullety.
o.—j. uuiie.e iuo law in regard to the
sale ol liuuor SuOei.d no strictly
lonuUed io auiy uccnsou premises
men engaged in a recooUiSod uusi-
ness, uuu paymg h.-uvy .icensoa
fees ure entitled io ail protection
Ihe law oners, ny the sumu tonen
they should bo punished tor in -
fructiouB of tho laws governing
their trade.
4.—A complete and entiic revision of
lie' assessment roll.
0.—Extension of Btreets     aud     side -
walks  lo outlying portions of  the
eity,    where  populuiion    Warrants
und Uuuuccs permit, permanent im
provement   ol   busittess  thorough -
fares,
li.—Extension  of  City  1 ouuduries hus
beeu proposed,  lull al  the present
I am opposed  to  this move.    Tho
present city  urea in sufficient   to
accommodate dou bly    more  than
our yres< nt population,  and      the
properties Uiub brought iu    would
seriously  involve the eity  iu     extension  of  stieots,  .sidewalks aud
sewerage let alone snow service.
7.—The wuter, light and power Bervlces seem to  be  too high.    I     uin
lor reduction if possible.
8.—Finally,    1 uni opposed    to      boss
rule, li  destroys political Independence,   I believe that tin: man wbo
is Mayor should be a trustee for
all   tho   people.    I     believe   iu      a
L'uiicd  Revelstoke,  und  u   greater
Rovelstoke  will  follow.
1  have bud un  experience In    civic
affairs    extending  over    eight  yeurs,
have been a resident  tor tiiteen years
my record as a public man hua    boon
beyond reproach.    As with my assistance,  tho  city   Hcbools,  were   brought
io lho lirst place iu the province, sol
wish to sincerely  placo our City.
H. MANNING.
Revelatoke, Jon.  Utb, 1913.
OUR CIVIC
UtC I IONS
Choice Groceries,   Fruit.    Vegetables
Hay, Feed and Poultry Supplies
ixeating Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
baska^tca x ,i
Sunshine        ..- ees
Hdidwatt:  and   spuiii.g Oooos
We are offering Rood discounts off all Crockery,
Glass and Silverware during month of .January.
a.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing
Special Attention Paid to .Mail Orb'!
25
Mllllli tiiHi
i Continual on l'uge hJli;bt.,i
Tho voters 'ii Revelstoki  Citj    will
easl ihe'ii   \mes Ior  T,   Kilpatrick   lor
.voiynr lor 1913:
1,—Because Mr   T. Kilpatrick Is    tbe
best man In  ill" r,i>   !„r Hi ■  posi
Hon ol  i b.i'i   IvM'.'iiliv.   for        'ho
coming year
l,—Because Mr. Kilpatrick, by villi,.■ oi ins over tweutj yeai
denee ainl inwmatu tonaectlon
wnh Keveletotc nml District pos-
tha widest and most up-to-
date knowledge ol eity iviiuu-c •
incuts and m-'-ds.
u.—because,      tbanns    10 n      lifetime
■pent ui handling n.g practical
business, Mr. i. iMipatiicn i- tutu
ly ,i|iiniined to attend to the coding year » uu.-inoes nu.i piaooeu lm
proteiueBis iu tue most capauls
manner.
..- leej.ii.. o Mr. '1'. iv..l,eatri>K pooic.,-
fceii io ih'.- utuioat, i nc conuuenue,
aliso oi tbe I'ulilie ol the .
uud  lbe goodwill ol  lhe gnat I all
way company whose payroll is oui
principal mamsiay.
ii.—Uecause Mr. T. Kilpatrick wa the
nisi .ui-.id,i.e in tbe Held, au.l
appeals foi upporl ou his puuii<
aud persons]   untileml bed record,
uiilepcud. in   of  all potty   .uinieiic o
eel       .lllll'.l'IIC.', ,    UUd   IS    plep.illsl    11
eli ited, i" i:ivc prasilcall]i • his
entire services lor ibe luriboramw
eel i united, prospi roui and groat-
ii Ituvdstoke. during the Uunlclp
nl y.iu  "i   i'i'.
And ih.. ,nt. iiig'ni  voters nl  It'vel-
stoke wiil al o a-1  ivlselj In support*
lllg   Mes ll .   Dal   ' I   mm I    >i' "i ley     in
Ward nn.-, Mih ii M Kinnon uuel it.
How nn hi is nd 'i'■•■-■ . Moi i ii w.
VbrabamsoD and tiuurno in Ward .;,
lm Aldermen, lu ordi i thai Mi T.
Kilpati li i. ih..  ie i.m ie bind bim   the
UppOl I   "I     IX   ol  I I"    llblcSl . el
• nt rgetic, inosi   i" .1. II)  inl 1   ted bu
LOl .lll'l     I   IpOl  I'   II    M'l     'MV |C     inpil      '   I-'
-it 1 \... avnllalil    10  '
    tbo Work  nl  Him MuniclpalllJ dur
Ing lhe nest   twelvi  mi,nth
MAIL HBBAIaU B*OBBCAI  1
Tho  Mall Herald  I'rmllcl       1 hal   lu
11  nighl   Mi   t   Kii|eiiiili k w.ll
In ei< 1 ire 1 dulj  e|   tod     Mayoi     of
llovolstoki   Ioi   1913    1
Irom i" I 10
And lhal .i majorl ^ oi the obi co-
..i.i 11 ■ di be I'c-cudorsed by tbc elec
ton hL'I rijtuiu' : >     fflt"
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
In Men's Furnishing Department
Rubbers, Sox, Tweed Pants, Heavy Top Shirts,
etc., reduced to cost. ....
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
..Swift's Specialties..
PREMIUM HAMS
PREMIUM   BACON
BROOKFIELD   BUTTER
BROOKFIELD   EGGS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Ine nines
The v.ism.
ond   .    ■   • ■  I.- ■ I   ' - .  1   >•    -■
Uie I'.ii'i'i' --    beau       Ihey a :.
good con
, ave evei   11  a id   b    Wi it
,0110111- eiKu..'" a., ertal    suiud to
. ..•, >    ,ii", ih , carry  »lih       ibem
., ■ johnnj    tomeuiao ■■.!.>> 1     »or .1
..o,ag uuiiiy nines ie. se . and
...111   O.   tUvs'..   per.oilli.l -
j. ucc oi real artiatii  merit.
1 ley piayeu ueioi   .. ,
..,    .    lle.tl.,     aod     '<'ll     OC    (llllH  .        V.,1..
.1..0. le 1  mil  ii"      wl* •      ne c.uaiu
rmes at  t'.tt  lonignt.   We s
wuo enjoy u go<       ■•■•:■
.la'''   oil   :i   llie-       atel   at   e.Uei.,Oe.'elul
.hi .1 quality 101 hem or lo:
lucre is Bel' -
>. rallies, and  to kho«  ::-n
im h noi ■'     ned by I ial
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tCdltoi   pi. I tor
11.mi.   it the
hulut
ruubt ULmhimtnl
The   [ollowing report  was submitted
.I.t   by   the   l-Ule!   of   1 Ollcu     ol
It]    ouncil session
lor  Ulll:
ll.d.Me.I s    21
i i.iuuiitied lor   inii   lu
iai >    u.u  b
. -■ d       4
rtituu.uwa     I
Bumuiary   ouences     inot ineiudiu-;
Cl ,   nylawa a:i:   ind.an Acl.
Cou.kUua-, If, dis.msscd,  lu Witb
. ... lotal lili.
cn i miaAWo.
tonvicaons  n^, lUsiuise-ed i, trltts-
a  -.   At.al  lol.
L.iulA.S ACT.
 OU    '1,    UiBUikiScd   I,      Willi-
U   iu.   tolttl   tl.
ime     ...i, ,1  .  wer.  t.i..eu to     the
ind one   e&t  to Ua home at
'.   ..Lu.
..u.u. ...i sta vment was »., io,-
lOWK
i-   haul   Jan i
     oilD.un
'   ■ li-      1„, ,.J
HI.   !>•■ ii  I.
:   aitl •■  '    b.iel
ili. .nl>     ... n al Mi. J.  M.
Keliie caiie.1 a    b li f»W oltlee
tei iiure h i N Had
Ml     I : n|e|.     d -:IJU)
sre could hav,. ., i led      hnn,
as  ,t  wa    *.   * io     in-
lilllli     llllll     III;,! i     1    '
■pai •   lell  .a this
The \l i     •• ■    ■ '■'. .
. idi aeoi -i   .. Hn on   Mi   Man-
,.iu.n   -ei  addiilo
!•:!' mi on Add
nig thro
Informed thai    ■: ind as
' i
,    red,
Il.e'  I tn   v '.'  the     Km
. tt   Jam .ry U.   Kir*' clasa
.   iiei (J.incl ,.
l ot.il     >,lau./"
BXPBNO1T0RB.
i e. i   i it)   Treasure!    |707i>tt
i oiot   Kipeuse.       lui.7.-
Totul  17180.3 I
Tboie   M.i    .lining  iu-.  >eor Jll  |iiu>
- <    Bg     398*1  woik ilays, ut
•'owing a  vulue o! 16900.90,
Cost o!   |'I.soli'i     s.i.-e',i (1N7.C9 gn
net profit  eili«i  deducting 1784
(ol   i;u,u«l     salary   oi tl!7'J>>  'I
Adinlni. luuou ol jus Hoc, >Ur2l4.T<>
Dept. Revenue, iu.iuding pri
oner'   *oih (18,081.10
T"tai nutubei    oi -barge:- Ioi     tho
.1 hi 7i,i ui ,i decreaM ol &-.
i   will be seen by thu abevt  u'liort
Hiil 'le Poll • Court K.ues in lho
Kntnle...; i i Cour ior l')'l wero
I mi which shown that jtbei in-
1 in 1 towns ni well as lieveljiokv do-
■ uiu eon ' -i i'nne lioni thin
leonrce, WEDNEaD.W    JANTJAR'.   I
ose! ^^ii^-h^i^A-ilid, ^^•^^ix.sto^:^
WKnNKi-li.V\    JANU.MIY   15,   1.113.
COAL
BANKHEAD HARD COAL
Screened Furnace, per ton . S 10.50
Epp " $10.60
Stove        "     $10.50
^
GALT STOVE COAL
Screened Lump, per tun..  $0.50
Nut "      $7.50
We can recommend the Gait Nut Coal very highly
for your kitchen range,
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
an, i'i j. ij. smiiAi.i), jk . m.i
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FIRE
£bc flDail-lberalfc
PCI L                                   iY AND
9ATCB1 11   IT
KEV ELS 1 OKE.  B.   C.	
Jntertot publtsbing Company,
Llmlti il
J.   K    J  ''•'■ '■       '•'"' ■
R.vI.l'H •'•   3i IM"1 iX. Kditor.
=—=       -      P. Burns Big Piant at Calgary
Totally Destroyed on Sunday
ANNOUNCEMENT    -I" W"
  i  . uury,   Vita-,   Jan,   12 ■ The I
v. . p to-  "'""  s 'ir' in ,h" history of ft'emem
.... ,. | ing ihe l     ■ I ■  an I .... iy whi-n the large
.  -. e ol     ami   ..- parking plant  ol     r.   Burns &  Co.,
■ -•  ' ' " '    he   Revel    | .    |5   ,.  .,,.M | by B1.ei Tiu. iu8,
menl
!„v.     :■   ied  ■      ts
I,on:  ; ..'■    -.  "■      Ua    H   -' Ioi '!''-v
- pal e,us who      -••'      n-i   .count ol  the low   water pre
CIVIC ELECTIONS 1913
To the Electors o< the City of
Kevelstoke :
Upon ilie' solicitation ol a large
number ol the .-lectors ol tbe Oity of
Kevelstoke, I have' dc Wed to ofler my
sell .is candidate tor Muyor. If elect
id l will etule'iivi'i to the best ol my
ability to carry into effect, with the
assistance "( the council nml the rat.'
payers, a system of permanent Btroet
Improvements and beautifying our
City, preparatory tn the advenl uf a
large TourM business which appears
h Bured, and above all 1 stand ior
a united and  greater Revelstoko.
T. KILPATRICK.
Black Knights
Ae   tli.- annual  meeting beld on tbe
!)lh Inst., ol tin- Royal Bluck Knigbl
eel'     ll'. 1,111,1.      1 lie        ll.llleeU i Hg llll  ItlljCl'
v, ii- elm ted  to  -iii .   toi   i b« ensuing
yeai
w  i'   .i   h.  Vrmstrong.
n   i'.   .i   p. Hume.
Chaplin   Hev.  H. .1. Mclntyre.
It. & T.    11.  Mi Kmety.
taccturer      W   J.  trmstrong,     and
J. K. MathcBon.
i'mm.- ... u ii Twcedit an.l Wm
Uesl ■
Standard  Bearers—I. StiUl  and  r
."'lllll-eelll.
I'iii     j. Curven.
Committee Bro Johnson, Bucban
i an, Ooble, Uoss, Andrews Hay and
Mulholland.
Ions of Paper
■   ■    ii   cold    storage,
be   n  e v- M     ,,{ $2,000,-
ut  ■ -- --.-
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Iter tl
nm.     II
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eight pa
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I for   |
irlj
This =•• ■  .   onlj
el
w«  *: - '■•   ..• the bneeiw
-      . en  lhc    early
spring i i chain ol ps I
eetanlishi-d by
Ilis papei vh ■     district
' .'. -    tl     aled uu I'llll"
•.   •    ■ tide- d< Uii t   »'1tb
and resources     ol
•   Aiitecn by ii
'■alf e.'f
•;• ei na]
Dut-.n..- tbe i ■■    ■   months val-
e Work be .    .    |     ilicl-
' -;--    '    '• <'"J includ-1 soacked  lloow ..I  the  upper si    oya,
th    i-i'   dcparimenl   wai   unable
•,   iln n uch  work  and nl  n late hour
■ the lit" wa     :     ' iging.
The 1. >s- '   serious • he local
i      ion   <
thi   West, 'iom wh eh    nil
ihe We ti rn ■: 11, .-   includi -:  V
. -    ami   Victoi   i,   and  the
•  •-.   In ii      li        ineni
but  Ilt
-    i.l t.1
ii
■  I ■        15, .     -''.
. .it.
iii ■ fin  was .I .covered about '-i 'it)
ick Sunday line nine.   The   whole
i,     nnl
ihe packing plant department,    aug
"i nt-'.l I'V  .ill  ol  the  uty tir.'  ilepart-
wn    unable lo mane anj  h< nd
a iy .um ns' thc HamcB. This w.is due
iU     -1   Hf  -l     III''       tO     tbC      lOW      '■     et     1       ,'
sure and nis.. the ammonia turn
■ isenici t.    wbich wow    i strong
that thc !  cm  "Helm
Repeatedly thc  Bremen entei^d  th
.e"it   0nly lo li>- dnv. n    back l»v
i   . ivcrpowei iug fumose   In   i shoi
-      tlie    HI'..    Ie.,.1   .'   ■'      .11 I'M'    W-Tl »"•
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V, M. C. A. NOTES
Tl
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iv    '"ia
Several
from    expl   '
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till • ' i"'
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I5vi i. al    bi   early  hours     I pi
■   !.-■ gated   ■   ih.
tbi   burning I
if ■ ■
t and
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Ii wn- 1   i"-l •' •.    •    .
Iding
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Tbis enormous     quantity oi  paper
«ns ns..I in printing the v.ivi edition
of the Na-Dru-Co Almanac, just    ofl
the   Press.    A-   each   Almanac   weighs
ii little less Hum     two ounces,     thin
means that 700,000 copies wero printed—-one copy for every ii individuals
nr teir every two tamilles, in Canada.
Stronger evidence could scarcely !»'
given of »Ii• -     wonderful     popularity
which hns already been won by    the'
ru-Co Almanac now only in     its
edition.    This   Is   due  to  thc
mil  ol   use'iii'   Infm mai ion which
. and t"   is will..i'i.,c hints
I'allli .iml physi' nl comfort.
ir -      [gist   h.i-  a copy  inr    you
.i.ii  , iu g«it it.
lievelstoke Boys Successful
Cliti Urquhart has paused in.s preliminary examination in pharmacy in
roronto,     while   Fred    Urquhart  lms
i '1 m all subjects lhat are -o far
out. Fred i- in hifl third year in
Medicine at McGill, Bert Lawrence,
who i- now in inn tirst year In modic-
ine at McGill Montreal, has passed in
i hy.-i s and taken honors in chemls-
try. Jim Uawrcnce ot McGill, Van-
ouvcr, bas passed with honors in
i early all subject's.
Tins speaks  well foi   tht   HoVelstoke
Ib,  as  all   nf  tlic-.i- young      men
havi   be«n  pupils of the le.c.il     inch
-ii 1.
Re\elsti ke,  iti • .-li Columbia.  Januar
i: . Istoke, Britisb Columbia, Januar
Forty yeara In use, 30 . I - the
staudard, prescribed and recommend
ed by physicians. For Woman's Ail -
nv nts, Dr. Muriel's Femalo PilU, at
your dtuggiat.
Cr
.
SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING
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Municipal Elections
1913
To the Electors of Ward One:
In response to many solicitations  I
have il.eiil.-il   to again  Stand   I'or   reelection ns AMi'i'iiinii for  Ward  One,
When I mu again elected I'or the vear
1918, I "ill endeavor, as in  tbe past,
to do all in my power for the City of
Hevclstok.'.
Requesting yonr influence and vote.
Ynurs. obediently,
.1. GUY BARBER.
Municipal Elections
1913
To the Electors of Ward One:
I bave lieen rei|nested Iiy a number
of ratepayers of Ward One to again
stand for re-election as Alderman,
which I have decided to do. If elected I wlll In the future, as in llie past,
give all the time nml attention necessary to promote t lit- best interests of
Itevelstoke,
Soliciting your vote mul support.
*i our obedient siirvanl,
II   .1. M.soKI.KY,
| JANUARY  CLEARANCE SALE i
Men's Negligee Shirts.
Odd lines to clear, in a
large range of patterns.
Si/.es 16to 17', but not
in all patterns. Reg.
$1.25 to $1.75  .
JANUARY SALE PRICE, 75c.
Qtha.
Shoes! Shoes! 75 Pair of
Men's Grain Ulucbers in tan
ami black, pcK^cd. These
sell regularly at S2.50 ....
apka.
&    SALE PRICE. $1.75 Per Pr.
Mcn's Heavy Shirts.
In Union Flannel, Grey,
a few Blues, all at an
exceptional BARGAIN.
Regular Price, $1.25 to
$1.50	
JANUARY SALE PRICE, 90c
Men's Elastic Ribbed
Shirts and Drawers.
Reg. $1.00 per garment
JANUARY SALE PRICE. 50c.
Men's Extra Quality Elastic Ribbed Shirts and
Drawers- Good, heavy
garment, and one that
will give satisfaction.
Regular $2.50 per Suit.
JANUARY SALE PRICE, $1.75
Per Suit
Men's Wool Mackinaw
Coats, black or Khaki,
leather bound pockets.
JAN'Y, SALE PRICE, $4.50
3
3
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Jfc    HOWSON
fc    BLOCK
C. S.  M°FARLAND
MACKENZIE    :$
AVENUE :3
MUNICIPAL ELECT10HS1913
To the   Electors  of Ward One:
VOTE KOR
G. D. SHAW
FOR ALDERaMAN
And for   the    Development   ol
Revelstoke along Progressive Lines.
MUNICIPAL US 1913
To tlie Electors of Ward Two:
Your vote .Mid influence are
respectfully solicited for
W. B.   DONALDSON
I'OR A I.t) l-.R MAN
If elected I uiil give my besl
efforts for thc good of Ward Two
and the City generally.
NOTICK
D. Compnny 102nd, Reg. R. M. R., lee.; to announce Unu ilm uiil hold
reculni dunces in Hi.' Drill Hull on tlie 2nd. and lib. Friday evening
eif c.icli ti i. jut li. P.iles will In- .is follows:
January 10th. and 24th, 1913.
February 14th    "   28th.    "
March 14th.        "   28th.    "
April 11th.
"   25th.
Tlie best "i treatment guaranteed. Music by City Band. We solicit your
patronage
R. M. R. Dance Committee
C. H. Brock, Chairman.
Revelstoke Hardware Co.ltd
HOWSON BLOCK
Municipal Elections
1913
Tn THK ELECTORS OK WARD 3,
I nm again belore yuu. .ik ,-i candi
date '"i  thu position ol Aldormantor
the cny ol  Revelstoke for the yew
1913,    I   wifh  tu thiitik yeiu for     tli,'
confidence yuu have rcpo-i'd in       me j
during |ius'  term- ol office as u civ..
representative, umi if   by my conduct I
I  have merited such confidence     and
Bteill iii.nl   inmc,  [would request you
to  confirm  your confidence  by  again
illeei   .n roj favoi
i l inuary Uth.
R,  HOWSON
Watch This
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CITY
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tfurpb) il ti   i •• .a Lbt 'il     ul
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Auctioneer and Valuer
mv i \fi*r\ OKI    '
Munieipal Eleetions 1913
To the Electors of Ward Two:
I am ags I     Iferlng myself for re-
"ieeii'.i: In   W ird  Two    if  elected I
will give your inten-:- the care and
ch lies   haracterixed my
ii.is' thn ■   member and chaii -
man of yi   i  : inam ••  Committee and
iphold  whal   l  think
Ki velstokt   a gen
n • pendent of
Hoping ■
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MUNICIPAL [LtCllONS 1913 <
n
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Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
HOWSON BLOCK
NOTICE
I have opened up a Restaurant in Lower Town
and will servo all Chinese dishes, such as chop
Suey, Noodles, etc.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
KEE MOON
First Door West, Next to Fire Hall
TELEPHONE    387
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Kevelstoke, B. C
before buying your outfit of working clothes
for the bush. 1 make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, i'lints, Sox, Shirts
Blnukcls ami everything
reoutreil ill vour business.
\
Pan-American
Double Quartette
To All Our Customers
and Consumers of
G. B.
Chocolates
We wish a
''HAPPY NEW YEAR''
KNOWIER S MOM
Distributors
Vancouver,    -    B. C.
municipal fLEGTioNS i3i3 Empress Theatre. Jan. 16
i
General Admission.
Plai  ii M it don ii'i •   Hi ug Stun .
!">(! Cents
Curtain, B:45
J. A. HOY
i.-.i- her r    ■ iolln
Pupil of Brnwt Simple, of Win-
nipegi and Prof- •'r( tlerlck,
late of Ijondon, Enj?.
Studio at City Hotel
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 1913
if Ward i
il      .    nd i u
. .'ir nf
I-.  H    BOI K
!   ei,., i. ii , ihall ii-, ,,,
'    .     Ilele I'     I I.M     I'll   .
: , .... ,.i   | ,
manner,
Buy Real Estate in  Revelstoke
VOU CANNOl   l»KA I    IHIS
■ il aii iii      mil  im  he ml ',-ii .n
I
•   : ul Nii In tu.ili.   tlionc
■in'   ire   '   ■        il     u call pay I      tin ni   •■■ ill nnl   an)
THE   KOOTENAY   AGENCIES,    LIMITED
4
So. \\ ImI'' K -'Ii \ V    J IM \HY   I
T1LJL   MAIL M ER^IJ   .,   raiHTsTEIlSTO KZJE
iNESDAY,   .JAM   MIN
I wish all my patrons
"A Happy and Prosperous New Year"
-..
WHITE I .,
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BIN
Pi  rnni :e yo iRall ynur    ishinu"
ST   KOOTENAI . "   LAUNDRY.   Get
your I   mkets in early to a   - e rush,
Ba ihelors, try our collars,
Wi havi ta li d a n
bound   i pii
III    el'
hi       hich is
aVl»-TJaMat!g>.eaW,ai;Teije»ia£|-aaa^<aajuixir,l,T;',H^
WEST KOOTENAY S!       LAUNDRY
Phone 80 EARL BAR)   '    LOUGH, Manager,
•
;
Tht Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS    OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
be:
■  the workmi nship and wear
And comfort boi n of e \ oi ■' pair;
h Ct   tui    welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old
ritiasExt*marx
jrrmry«i:::.io r.ijttwr.ibaianltif-:
Reqord of Progress for Five Years
i '■ pital       ....
Reserve   -      -      -      -
Di posits      ....
Loans and [nvi sl ments
Total Assets'
Has Dl Brunei cb In (ni atla i nd Ago ti Dl it < inc:.;.c.iuitt.u> In ; il
the i rlnolpai ' Itlca In   i>c World
a ■■ , a   ■' \.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL  &J1ANCHES
Intoresl allowed al high si r. rront rnte
Pevolsti ke Branch. W   h   I   iatt, Manager
'Lf
e Ye i
3,00
23,071
21 ..i"iVi..m
'■.'.-•
1906-191!
i'ui
i.' ii i.OOO
4,600,1
35,04 .-- .
38,854,801
18,237 :-
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so. call at the Revelstoke Plumbing CH
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A M Cold
1BTTT
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUFPLY   STORE
Ni [hi  Phone  lo
!'.   li.   Iloji    I:
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Howson CSi» Co., Ltd.   I
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cAdded.   '
Howson ®> Co., Ltd.
Itisalways'hot in the plunge al Halcyon Hoi Springs
whose natural hot meuicinal waters are the mosl wond r-
1'ui health restorer on thc L'o Ourrecurd of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints ;- 1 died
and verilied b; 0 1 atified patrons, Located anionp the
greatest scenerj of Canada, easy ol   to thi     mil r-
nun is lux iriouslj lie' -ii and tinished for comfort unci
convenience of gu« sta.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. SOi':-, Fropnetor, -        Kaicyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   I Iotel
j  JUST MvUl.V  IIKPA1I '    '
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekli mul montl ly n tea lo he manned.       Meal
KIRST STRKKT,  KI".\ I'.l.S'i'OUl., ii. C.
A   i'   l.;  ■ .   .'i": 1 etoi
Laughton Cis. Tapping, Props
First Street, Revelstoke. B. C.
siioeor
9    n
.msatiaiii
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siaupam
rjHmi   IHU UK*
nxra mr.mv&ui
ARE YOU MUSICAL ?
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, din 1      .    ic, Albums, etc.
EDISON PHONOGRAPHS and VICTOR GRAMOPHONES. Also 500 Euison Records selling at 45c, (usual
price, 65c. and a Rood selection of Blue Seal Unbreakable
Records at 65c. Good stock of Player Rolls. Selling at next
to cost price to clear,   dune Early and Get First Choice.
European I I
Open Day and Night. I    tl Tickets. $6.00
MONTHLY RD
. .j2snm&o.ix..
lit)-..
V
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$WAR0 %
BINGHAM'S  MUSIC   STORE
MacKenzie Avunue, Kevelstoke.    Phone 262,
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 oi building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Rooting
c/iietnl Lath and ail kinds of Glas::, Oils,
Pi ints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much ; Unsure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
BEVtLSiOrtt  SASH AM kKOR FACT0KY
P. O. Box 295,  Kevelstoke, B. C.
/.   J At III ii>   1 "i
Strict.y Fi st Cfass
Rooms Single, en cuitc
and with  Bath
0 p
111
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ASK THE DRIVER
r ■■! \ 1 eeily   known   liiin,   In
h II ymi IiiiiI llic   v- lii iksjM w,
Illng ni" the lies)     1      iini.
e.l   V lllleel. \.l   1|. .'I -.  1".|'|     -hull.
■ v. .il," ii 11 nupi Ij 1 • ur Ilor-
•■!,•• i|.i''"I ten dl, Whltikoy; mn
i 1.'Iiln Llquour Bu.nily, : -■ ■ i ■ ■ r :. -■ • 1
uiv.'.' -    Id     '   WncMisrry Dranily
Ml i'i. ,.,   ...     i i
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lIn* | .;   e, ].,.!,,. .
J.      Jk.
r-<.  l
Abrahamson Bios.
i ■ ops.
.   .ill
r<.,
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RATE-. $2 PER n"Y
Spi ci ii Wi
REVELSTOKI  B.C.
The Rovelstok1; Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd,
Importer* nnil bunion. HI i uru Wtnus, Liquors, Cigars nml cigarettes
-. .    BURKIOQK
rin»mi*K Pt n.i Irt). Hni  .'. .   PI   ••
and Fur iftofl wi
-WORK   8
connaught  Av«,   -   H*v«l*tok«
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling '•
Phone 42  -   Nit^ht Phone 85
" I'l llll     lJd '    e-i      '
witli  unratni nn,   mra und  v-tgiluiii-e,
i ltii  ;,.mi   : 'i.n   wn   liavil   bull   - ' ulipal'
Hllll      'el'    lie.       .......       lllll      ..i;
Ul      . l. .,1 .   \M, [ll     tt !|,ll     llll       M, .1
....      .1I.M  ,1 I'll ll, III','. [ill
i. b.i   .ie.  .    evfdencu  ihu   -   ai
,.: .uh..;.! lOfl     Id     WOI,
11 un,      ... ami in Uiu fight pluce ul
.".   - . .     uud inin tli    niynii v.,it un. a .
II tti.iei. .i.ijeelh tllU ll.UXilllUUl -iletli-.V.
llUt   lie   Ul'll   11. I'M    lllll    llllll    HI   11111.-1.11'
the iie..   .inly ol itie ttavelling puulii
...     ...Lilly    Ol    lllU.-eU    tO    WIlOlll   ll. ill
ion   Is entrusted,
aii,   ,i  ,.   .   i ie a  ini- eu ed a    nic
iun   .. in ..  i hm mutter oi    liomuilJn,
. '. ■ . ii ei ie i v\ ise, anil p< I'suiuil
eiiji.i ie . \i. ..  regarded in Wosalu ' Ime
how ii  waa di ularou in Holj
ee I ..    .        '   le ll'. IO '. I''       . lli'iliii:' h       mull K
looil a inini shall in blood be
Mif.i. ' i iiui. Lii.- execution ol thin
... ii,mi..' .,,, ci n e.l i'.mi ih i.i .nm ive
nine   as uevoKlug on tuo brother or
... . .L IllillC I'- Mill ..' eel LelL' [nl ()||
.i.e.,I.       llll,,...'I'    It might       lee' Wll-
Hind thfl avenger, An Institution
bimuur io uiul oi the hebrevv A\i-ug-
u. ol limn I Beems iu have prevailed
among the lireoiiB m thu bioic ugu.-s
,ii, i .ie. n   among    ihe Scj ihian   and
teutonic trluoa, 'ihu law of the- Ae
engei was also sanctioned in Uio i*io-
i.inini edan ivniiui, wliiiU .-ays; "on
true believers, the taw ol rotalliation
in ordained to yuii i.y ihe slain, 'lhu
iree .-bull die for the tree." That this
sacred ilucy, us it was uniformly re-
. •!, was culk-d "iiloo.l revenge."
uommuiation was allowed Ior its pei
oi mini■■..'  by  lhe     payment ol a oei
...   II        '..11    lie     llllll.I' ,     .1,   .eee.lllt'.l     IM-     1.1 A
hi .i, . \\.. . im.1 uuel...,, by the Mo
sab law, And i o iirevoni abu es
which were Liable to arisu ti om uch
an institution, cities ul roluge were
i . ie. ,.i. . ami hm. the ancient Ierael
ei es, i" \i ii. h uu nii.111lhi luiial man
in   in os apti  ve nge
i I .-'.I     e-|      OVei'tOOk lleU
..i  the i il y       of
and e,i,l. ,l Iiiiii or if be I id
.  ... tt, ii s ol bis a yslwu
liuliiu      lo
:.   thi    no .ei' ntal   bo ...
'   to u clt]   ee,  r. luge beloru
lbe     Avenger     ovurtook inm he was
..      .    i.    .. men   un 11 li   bud
rlj   tried
this law n.n   j loliably    drop
bi      ci ncepi ion    ol     human
le.i.i    ;ie which wo have now atiu.n
■ d, 11  waa • len,i-r.iii ley  moral Intul-
insilnct ol im."• in li i'"-
ii ler thc impluse ,,i religious
.'.'.i   .     .i out ran -o.nii ol tho pro
e    i-iu lo i    oi   our  'lay.    We
I Uel     III Cl        i    I >' I'     |M.    ..ii u
.■■ .. e  V.iiich |.uis     a
. ■ n .ilm;  the Almighty   had
nnon   law  a aln       \,v...
A     I'.       I 1. ri'l'e'll'.l      tie      111..   ''
i'.i le   lor   COIUile ll ut.ou
in  I ..-■     • -       ol  il. ati) ot I'-i -oi.ul in
jui.i  i ring to employees,   ■• b thot
i bere b   . a  m . llgi ucc on their
hiii ..I not.    li appeared  lo Inm that
. satire
ell     llll'     IVlSdOm    Ol     1 llee   .       ..lie.    \. . I .      I.'
....   lii iii .,iii tbat  railroad,
as Well ■■.,....>.  b, ot
.111.'  e.l;,  ,•;,,
tlaving i.i.ii them how
was   I.    .e  ..  .1    11.    .
> I now    ive ti.
.   .I.--        . Il'l.' U   ' ll~. l   llll ninl
.
in ii'i. .     would '     ■■ ri"
...le.l   .. ;.n   tue
thosu whoi-c ovei-i'on
.i.iii.   .-ii. 0,
e   eCavlCSkl]    .      , MM'.       ..   ll     li.    ■       I .     i   .
..ti     .      orrow  .ei..l
H.    .i  man)   bomi      li    reli rred nol
• ■    tba    i 111,    '... ■ I   e  .,!;, .1    ,,;.. ..
i ■ i it ia ofi n uut • in
,   eee\'  1        .ll,'    III    hi,llll    .I.i lii ..I
i.     :,..!  iiee.e.ni.,,    then   ... i.
" wi'   ' a ies ol  rcapon ilbllij  Ioi
llll     llle pUl I     l'i     llll'     e
> ami ante   wbo imi'   tbeli
• n    t.ii.., ih.ui ,,: uu,  other els        ol
.,. u.. e , in the various pi	
Industry, rb rea em for this wa
ihat tin i ompanli . n I le Irom tb.
legal ooUgallona imposed on iliom,
luring ihu past eiuait..  oi a t uii.i ,
■ii   I'- tO     '|-1,.jn,.ml,   Kuluty   d
au.I   appllaace      ors   Incerely
• ■■   thr
.! tin ir employi as in svsi^  | ■
...     ai tklng ior     iin-
i i aclll.   Hallway i ompan) in.
...  well directed effort
i.n. a   .<   un.I Iiiiiii.en.   ,.
,1   iliii'ii.    i || .     i    .,
i.     . itiployi bs would  i i
11.1    ...
i ion in •! un.im- um nt.
Hue i th     Mi.i,i,
.
. liled umi Hii ml
i        ■ i
.ii i.-uHe   i.i 181 dea       and
IUI  >o.n.    11
■I      0  lit.     ell     ill"      M I.  ll
ip  i.i      llie      I  I    ..: I'l'
<    I       >'l     |"  I      '  .   lit      Hi III'      .llii'ii        I,II.
IIIIIIIII: llll     I ev   hi     li,e|,   ll       . inl   I
.inn     Kltll,    I 'I"   II
titled mil  IS, t.e Injured on
i     ii,    United
■
■
., i  ■    ■  .   ■
" over
This   wai. uu "a'e ol
'
'  . iM- ■ ■ as rail
,   i
.nnl  i bo imt
menl   that
\ ..     i   CHI      ■' ■'
i       kil Ind and
n     i bai      i umpnign.   Whal   to  ihlm
t.I'm i nn.-1  strange   ... is that
• 'i ,.. ...   .   m i.m     . ■,. many j
1 I :i -.-   ' I mi,:- , j ...   ....11.111-
■   appallln r,  yoi   th r in
.il    single im., li no
ally     attract     publi
' .i   .■ ii..i hii ii tlmt   He.   I im   !■■..' .
-iiiiiiiii eugagi      thfl soi.ejii- atten
ol   railroad employees tnomsel - -
I le  li.i'l  a lew   words   io the  Bl
men,  us  ll      ivu    nroba  le  thei
uo  occupation  followed  iu    tiny   by   all)   large  rl..-
danger t bai ol i be   i-ailwaj     i al   man.
I here waa a nm.   In  the bistorj     ui
railroading in t be  i niiteil Sta i    .■ . ;.
when    a     Bralteman bad i ilj
one chan. e   In 145 or ono In 4.7     of
i..'in... allowed to die u na    al   .■ .1..
i in ough    tin-  new  eb i ices and   i
....   « nn ii have graduall)
i.i use this ratio ol lives la I	
i. ai ly reduced, , ui there were still
manj risk mil dangers in i one ■ i Ion
with Hi" ,vom ol Llrakeuien. Unhapp
ily these risks were too ulun un-
nccessarily, and in many cuses deli bur
utelj  incurred.
Mr. MiKaj had i lei red to another
phase of iln.-. matter of railroad ac-
i-iili'ii whi li    .ilin. t-   tho  Hn.ther ■
hoods in ihe pecuniary sense. Mem-
I ership in these Broiherhoois content
i late Insurance and the frequency o'
ari'Ments was aeon tain drain on tbe
minis eei each A isociation. He' sin ere
ly hoped thai thN Interesting dismission would si unu.ati- their efforts
in tine ilio iiiiui di irod and that tli
ambition ol all would be io make
travel over tho Canadian I'ncf.e Rail
wuy and the work in lonnection with
i peration in every branch of the =ui
vine us Iree as possible from avoidable accidents. These could only
i ■■ accomplished In one way an.l that
*'a to keep be cam i ... accidents eon
stantly in mi u.i and not to allow the
Idea ". : ■. on to remain a mare
iheony bul o lei li incorporate itsulf
.nnl j uli' rool .n everj mind so tbut
,t  would  i". .ui evei i ding
I rim Ipli beli   dail)   work.
He' .en- greatly plena ■: o hi v r.a.l
i ho in u liege .ei   eeing so manj  there
hal   evi ning  and   wished    I
• if, .  Now ^ ear.     Nothing hi     was
ure would    add     t,, iheii lm: P
nui'' than the avoidance ol a cl tents
He offered them his  vei ,    .
i.n  their success.
A vote "i thanks tor Mr. D'Arcy tor
bis able and Instructive speech wus
proposed by Engineer Mackenrot, ec
i inli'.l l>y Conductor Beck ami was
' ii rn ■!      final     ......       Mi    D'A
ie."" • .1 them Ioi  tbeir klndneii      in
■ al  n    Ib     motion    ndsald  be ap
. recial • i ii very highly,
Tho Ohairman then announced tbat
the im' it Ing wa o| en lor dia i
and said he tho .. hi ti.. y would all
admit thai tbe Company had a. t-.i
..■I i fairly with them. Tb.- Company
had mien them lil • ral aid and had
allowed them to spend what money
ilny  had  thought  Bt   In th   fnrthei -
Bafi ty,    \i,.i  while tb   Coi
. nny   nu ild u
•    .
I      ul ..      . i u     ,   ■   .
and dangers nf their .1 illy life
roatl)   Ic sened.   He   rl bed to   Im-
, re'ss up ,n ihem     tba   .
-' "ii.l in  meted ou account <el r. -
, oris made    . :.   Sule
v   \ ioclation.
Mr. Mi Km    aid
•■ enlarge on the po ' I    up
y tbu i'r. when
*   Delation  wa -   . ■■■ i,
ll.    I    Ipall -inlice,
■ lii-li  in- ..ii,-,. wlsbe i
.•If io  thai  no dlsi ,
inato trom an)  reporl tnadi   lo      or
. y II. ■ Sal 'v  B ui'l,    alt I It     was
tel       u cai ... riion-
ul  notice eif aii utliivr m  il,
moss.
..    he thought ,,-.. t th
. r Hi   more . nt        ■    ■   b
ard :.. ihis movomeni (or Safety,
Hm  "mii  railed
,
B,  C.  H
ii- ie- j ■ on    an .
mere
.    iti
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ll
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
PROCLAMATION
ii    McKay by Mi
t
■    .   M   !. i. | |
nesting adjourned.
an 1
'• \~.TRD-A 'iiii 'oi general bouse
••■ rk. Thr.e In fi ly, no 'hir.in.
'   idy liox TU, RevelBtoke, B.O  ll
COAL!
ity of Gait Lump Coal arriving.    Orders  will  ha e
prompt attention.
i Irdef .it Kooteuay .'.„.
Mi Kcn/.le i
I'm. ;i Notice la hereby given to ihe
electors nl  the Municipality of   Rev-
I     i i-hiii l requite lhe presence of
in--nnl electors Rt tbe City Clerk's
Ofllce, City 11,11,  Mackenzie Avenue,
said (ity. nn the 18th January,
l:.' o'cloi m i n.  foi   tin* pur-
[ el eel Ing  i"i.- >na to represent
• en   in   I in-   Municipal   Council  us
\1 iyoi   i.l  \ Idei men, and also for I he
i looting i wo School Trus
tees,
The niie.il' ..I nomination of candi-
tl ites -ii ie. be as follows!
11 •■ candi latea shall be nominated
ii wiiiiii|M.: the unlink shall I e -uli-
.i-ribed b) i«n voters of the Municipality us proposer uud secondor, and
-liall in delivered to the Returning
Officer at any time between lho dale
of this notice and 2 p. ru. on the day
■ I Nomination; and in the event of a
poll lei'iiin' necessary, such poll will lie
opened on Thursday, the ltltli day of
January, 1018, in the City Clerk'B office,
in the City ol Kevelstoke, and kept
jpen between tin.' hour ol nine o'clock
in the- forenoon and 7 o'clock in the
afternoon tor takiug and recording llie
votes of tin- electors ol the said City,
oi nm. h every person is hereby re-
ijuiied lo tuke nolice and govern ilii'in-
selves accordingly,
The persons qualified to be nonii-
n.iii'el lor anil elected as Muyor slmll
lie smh persons as are  male Biitisli
e ejects ol liie lull aye ol twenty-one
yen-ninl are nol disqualified undei
.my law, and have been for tlie six
in, ii;lis nexl preceding tbe day of
ieeiiiiiiair.ui, the registered owner in
in. Land Registry Office of land or
,m iperty in the City of the assessed
e   U   le    e.ll     |||e      lll-t       -Mllllilipill      As.-e.-S-
menl mil. .el line Thousand Dollars
or inure over mni above any registered
, ...uniii or charge, anil who are
othei wise duly qualified bs Municipal
Voters,
Tue i iisoiis qualifledto Ih' noiui-
ii.iinl   lor ami   elected   uh   Aldermen
-""ll be BUI li   | e-l-eeli.- Us ale   lUllle lii'it*
imi- ol tbe lull age of ill years
aod in-- not dhqualitled under any law
,.i.el  I,., . e    ce ■  i,   1,..   tbt  >iX   UJOIltllS IltXt
precidiiig tbudu) 'i uouiiuation tlie
Kegisit-ieU Onuer ill lbe Lunil Regis*
try Office, ul land or ie.il property in
nn'i ni 11 ilie assessed value, uu the
last Municipal Assessment Roll, of
live ilm.uieu Dollars oi mine over
md above any registered judgment or
barge,and who are Otherwise quail.
nnl .i» Municipal voter .
I...  , i 11 iiiiii   to bs uonii-
. .. t-iaiul as School 'im?
.. -   -n ..I   be such   persons   as   uie
I   lielliy    lillilsli   SUD"
I   llie   nol   uye   ol   twenty one
.... - ..l.vi o.Lelv.lae quanlieii   lu   vole
..   ..II   1 ee e      ,.,|,   ,e,    >,   ||.ee,|    HUnlee.-.
nivery caudiUate nouiinated sliait
-i^iniy ny a wiiiiiin accompuuymg
in   .uni.ion paper, hu   vouacnt  to
ueti iioiiuiiulioii, t-xuepi   in   ease sue
. i -.ii teeui-aeiii 11 »jin ihe Municipality
e,lieu such absence shall  he atattU lu
.he i.een   i.,i,n .i  paper.
Kvery    candidate    nominated   for
,e|.i\ eel   .el   Alll.'l 111.Ill shall.  Oil  CU   lieful'B
lis i.imii ot _ p.m. on .he day ol .Noin-
iiialiol . I ui iiis.li Hu- Returning Ollicer
.villi .i -lu.eiueul in willing specify-
tug tm I..mi oi i'.u property upon
.. inch in- qualities,
(iiveu "mn-i im baud, at lievelstoke,
i nia ■ ii 'i iv oi January, lUlU,
li. i;  lii'.VNoi.Us,
i.e-   ii nu,K Ollicer.
NOTICH
Laud District.
i oi West Kootenay.
.    ...at i. Jn.i.es Snejdon
,    B.C., occupation, Uentle-
tntenda to apply for permission
to puubase  tin   lOllOWlOg'      described
lands:
i uinuienclng ai u Post plant > at
tbs North Ea*. t 0111.1 nl Lot -
' ntiice north M tbu.us. nance wsst
0 chains, tbtOCl south HU chains,
tbence east ID ibu.ns io plu.e o! com
lucnceiuent, conia. ..n,/, (0 acres in no
or less.
Dated October jr.l.  UU.
JAMBS 8NBD ION.
Isl Issue Nov.   -.Hi
Davidson,
PHONE
292
NOTICK
Hovelstoks Land District.
District of West  Kootenay.
lake notice that  I,  Samu. i  Jaines
Huriow, occupation, Partner, .meads
to apply  tor  p.:mission  to  purcbasn
tbe  lollowing described  lands,
loiumenclnc at u post plantol     al
.irth Viee- t'ornir ol     Lot   I
tbence weet 4.   chains, tlunca   suuth
40 chains,    tl.. tail    10   hains,
•nii' north 40 chains to poinl     ul
■ iicoinent uiul    oontalnloi      50
1 ie-  more or less,
in,!, .i oetobt 1   -      1 '!•;.
a AMtJEL   JAMKb   HAKLUW, WEDNESDAY     I \N~I   \l.i   i -   l
THUS I^CjfLlXj-ECKK-A.XiX),  K    VELSTOKE
WHDNKSDA, .   I WUAI1V  I .,  :r",.
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•fri'ismtnt
JANUARY
CLEARANCE
SALI
JANUARY
^
JANUARY
CLEARANCE
SALE
*--"
Crowds of Buyers Getting Genuine Bargains. Men's antl Soys' High Glass
log Hats and Furnishings
A Few of \\\v Prices
That Are Bringing
Crowds to Our Store
15 Pairs of Mens
Felt Shoes. These
consist of the balance of
Our Winter Stock: some
of them arc all Felt and
the balance have leather
soles Rjeg. Price was
$3.on. J any. Clearance Saie F.ice $2
Men's   : 50
Pai- ivy
Wi   kin .        bi rs 12
ee - ] ckle
' : '  i     .- R(   |
fcalePr'c 1.90
Despite tlie Enormous selling of Our Big Clearance Sale, there are still a huge
number of Bargains awaiting your choosing. This Sale continues until Saturday Night. January 18th, 1913, but you will be wise in shopping as
arly as possible. Best Bargains go first, of course and we are anxious you
should benefit by this    ..nuine Sale.
Unprecedented  Values m Mens and Boys' Clothing
Fi
•tfs
a.-.      .. - , .   v j." W tUa«
it.
51.1 N'KNS Si ITS HIGH GRADE, values up to $32.00 January
Sale $22.50. Tlii.v lot embraces even conrch able style )f suit, so that
there c 11 Ity   aboul   no   having ihe   tyleofsuil you desire.
'I he) are 1      . 1 impi iei \   rs t   -.     keg    -ling to thc
ris-h 1    . >ur attentii 1 to the fact that these are
hand tai
Values   1
-,  M .   .■ ra to 25.00 S vi- $14.00
i.- .      . r besl or everydai   wear.     1  1    patterns arc
choice and ali new stvle .and  wc guarantee the  wcrknrnship, and lin-
l
SaL
..   i.45
Values lo $25.00
JANUARY SALE PRICE $14.90
12 MEN'S OVERCOATS, values to $20.   January Sale Price, $10.95
These are made from the very best of Imported Tweeds and are guaranteed to hole.l their shape.   Regular Values up to $211.
j. Value up to $20. JANUARY SALE PRICE. $10.95
Every Boy's Suit in tha Store to be Sold at Half Price
These consiFt of Sturdy Tweeds and Worsteds, up-to dnto designs, wel
made, and lined, with Bloomer Pants,
Remember- -Any of Them at Half Price
A Few of the Prices
Thai Are Bringing
Crowds to Our Store
15 l>ovs' Suits, that regularly
sold up to $0-50. with the
Straight Pauls. January
Clearance Sale $1-95
15 Hovs' Suits, which regu-
larlv sold up <> $9.00, v\iih
Straight Pants $2.95
Dress Gloves. Ke;;. $1.50
and $1. 75 lined Gloves, now
 $1.00
25 Men's Mufflers.      Regular
7.se.   line,    lanuarv   Clearance Sale Price 35c
Hi HOYS' NEGLIGEE Shirts
all si:'.es. Thoy are the bai
balance of Our I'all Stock
v hieh sold up to ?1 i\
JANUARY CLEARANCE
SALE PRICE       -     60c.
Mens Shirts
Men's heavy good working
Shirts, all wool.     Regular
$2.25.   Sale Price      $1.45
Men's Working Shirts.-
Re ular Price, $1.50. Sale
Price ...90c.
100  Negligee  Shirts.    These   include our very best patterns   and
broken lots of our   regular
Rjegular up to $2.00.    Sal( Price
Warm Underwear
Men's Regular $1.75 Underwear,
made bv the best makers. January
Sale  Price $1.00
Men's   Heavy    Wool    Underwear.
liar    Value $1.50.     January
Sale   Pric.
.95c.
Coats,    Panto.
Jumpe.
200 Overall Jum;.       Reg
ular SI.OO and $1.2
Sale   Pri' e
Men's    Mackinaw      I    ats
Regulai  Pi >.50 Sale
Pri- e $2.
Mei s     Mai kinav
S4bO  Sal
8 rija<ns, /
Anywhereand   ••■
•,n 1 tore you    ai     e
... Bargains at thia •    li
Men's Fleeced Lined Underwear.
Regular 75c and $1 Lines. January
Sale Price 50c
30 Patrs of Buys' Wnnl Stookniqs.
up t.o 50c     Sale Price, ,25c.
ol Sox.    Reoiiiar 35c
January Sale Price 25c
Wool       (.Regular   25c
Janur }    ale  Price.       3 x Pairs
$1.00
tr Price.
75c.    Janua:, 35c
——<    tr-
ts^aJTrwau:
■ji jaSMwr.i5Bfta.iS' *a *&«. tf
t
1100 MEN'S HATS
u  $3 i ine for $1.45
Shoe Packs
Six Pairs 6-inch Sho;: Packs, with
leather sole and heel. Regular
Price, $5.00. January Sale
Price $2.90
15 pairs of Gendrons ShoePacks,
Full Sole and Heel, 12. in. Keg.
Price. 67. January Sale Price
 $4 65
Mens and Boys
Shoes
75 Pairs   of   foys'  ihoes.     Reg.
Price. $2.50.   Sale I -ice... 95c.
1 These include all si/.cs. 1
25 Pairs of Men's H avy Working
Boots.   Reg. Price. S.i.bO. January
Sale Price, $1.90
50 Pairs Men's   Finn Shoes.   Reg.
Price. $3.j0.    Janu;i;-y Sale Price.
   $1.90
Gloves, Seme Suits
Sweaters
Boys    Wool   Gloves   and
Mitts.   Regulai  Price, 3bc
Sale Price  20c
Twenty Serge   Su l t.    Rjegular
Price  $15.    Sale Price     . .$7.90
Regular Price.
Price         65c.
Boy •  Coal Sweati      Reg   I 'rice
$2.25    Sali   Price $1.00
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Brand New Pianos direct froni tiie Mew Soale
Williams' Factory at Oshawa, Ont., for sale at
Slaughter Prices. Usual Sale Price , .'.,••450; tout
wishing to clear ourselves entirely of our
Piano Stock, -we will sell at the following
prices and Terms. . .
tunes am.matieir.xxMzstmti.wt
$50 down and $50 Quarterly
wiili Interest
$25 down & $25 Every Two
Months with Interest
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IFOIR   PAETIOTJLAES   APPLY   TO
THE REVELST
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KOOTENAY      LODGK,  No.  \t A.   F.
Alld   A.    M.
Kegular meeting* are held in MASONIC TBMPLB, Odillellown' Hall
on tht Third Monday in each mouth
■t S p. m. Vititing brethren ar«
cordially  welcome
.1.  HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. Q, BROOKER, ri. - retary,
o. w. o. w.
Mountain  Vitw Camp,  No.   iin
Meett Second    and     Kotirth  Wednet
dayt    in  each   mouth  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Vititing  Woodmen  arc
cordially  invited to atienu
A.   J.   WOODLAND,   Con.   Com
JAMES   MclNTYllE.   Clerk
COl'RT     MT.      BKGBIE.    No.  K«l
OF I. 0. F.
Moots in 1. 0. 0. P. Hall ntxt   to
Tapping'i Opera House  every  aecoud
aud fout't:,  Monday  in mouth.  Vititing brethren cordially welcomed.
0. W. BELL, 0. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Stc.
SELKIRK     LOBUE li,  1.  O.  0. V.
Meett every     Thursday eveniug   in
Selkirk Hall  at 8 o'clock.      Vititing
brethren cordially invited.
JOHN LYON      N. U.
JAS.  MATHIE,   Sec.
UOLU RANGE LODGE,      K.  ol    P.,
NO.  J6,   REVELBTOKE,   B.   O.
Meett tvery   Wednetday  except   tbt
Third Wtdnetday ol tach month      in j
Oddfellows'  Hall at . o'clock.  Vitlt I
lag Knights are cotilially tnvlttd.
F.  W. TKIIHY, 0. 0.
G.  H. BwUK, K. ol H. * 8.
U   nl r.
UOBERT  SMITH,
Provincial  Land   Suveyor
Miaing Surveyor,
Engi:'»trin»
■KKN/.IB  AVE..
BOX    10«.    BKVlilLRTOKK
AN
f'-llBStfiflMVyi
l.'l |   |   , -^
YHOPSIS   OF  COAL MIKING
KEGUUllOiiS.
Coal mining rights of tho Dunuuio..
hi Muuitoba, Saskatchewan uud ai
uertu, the Vukuu Territory, ttu
North-west Territories and eu a por-
tion ol tbe Province uf British Columbiu, muy be leused lur a term ul
twetity-uuo yours ut uu unnuul reut-
al of »1 uu uere. Not more than
2,660 ucrcB will  be leused  to one ap
plicant.
Notice  . .    h .'
ingt e ; ihe Provinc al Labou     I  -
ml - on »111 Id ai the [olio
■  j:—
Kamloops       Wednesday,     Junuary
22nd, Courtl i.m.
Salmon Arm -    Thm daj
r   elstoke    Fi Idas •   January  24ih,
i o   thouee, LO a.m.
il ■        nii • t ingi   aVill Is
Th   i 'oasi i ill  hi in  i > ■
on all mattei   >    ctln    labout     con -
a en th-'  Provinoe.   All  p I
■   . in be present.
li. G. PARSON,
Ohairman. .  ,
K.  R.  M SAMARA, OUlU
-  ary. 1-t ie.  J.t. '.t.
I
Dy    A.     .   ii L 53 U i«.    I i t • I IL «.. b i U»' t L
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RBVELSTOKH LOYAL ORDEP
MOOSE No. 1085
Meets every lirst aud third Tues-
elay iii Oddfe.lows Hull. Visiting
bretbem cordially   invited  to  uttond.
c. H. Lawrence,   Dictator.
U.   Edwards, Secretary.
I1ARV10Y,  McCARTKIt
AND  I'INKllAy
Uarristera, Solloltort,   Etc
Iniptriiil   Hank   Building   ttovsl
■tokt.  l<   '
Money to Loan
Ofllcai—Reveletoke,    1',.    ''.,      aid
Oranbrook, B. 0
Geo. H. McCart.tr,
A.  M. Pink ham, .1    A.   Haney
lievelstoke, Oranbroofc
W.  H.   WAI.I.Ai'l':.   M.B.O.S.A.
A n 0 H I T IC C T
Box 20.r>, TolcpboM 313, Rovi'ltiioko
Application for lease must be made
by   the  uppucuut iu  person    to    thei
• Ageut or     Sub-Agent uf tbc district
iu which  tbe rights upplied for     are
iltuated.
In surveyed territory tha laud must'
be described by scct.iuiis, ot legal :
snb-divisiont of sections, ami in un- ;
lurveyed territory the tract appliod
[or shall In- ituked nu'. m> thf ap - ,
plicant   himself.
Eucli applicant must bo accompau
ieil ny a lee uf Ji which *.'.! be re-
lundert >( t'.ie rights applied fur aro
not available, but not
royalty thail be puid un ttie nier-
chuntable output ol the mine al the
rate of five centt per ton.
The persun operating the uieiie shull
turnlib the Ageut with swoiu raturni
sceoiintiiia; for tbe full quantity ol
merchantable cual mined and pay the :
royalty thereon. If tbe coul mining
rights are not being operated, such
returns should be furnished ut least
onco u year.
The lease will Include  the coal in a
lug rights only, but the Lessee nia]
be permitted to    purchase whatevt
uvailnble surface rights muy be con-
He.li't.ed necessary lol the wurking u!
the nunc al tie.' rate ol HO.00 an
acre.
Kor full Inlormatloo a|. i al ti n
■hould bo made to the Becretary of
tbe Department ol tbt Intel -i, Ottawa, or to the Agent ur SubAgtu,}
ot Dunitiuon  Landt.
H.  H.  i.'UHY,
One Man Rule .is Exemplified In Frederick tin Great.
I~t-i-.ii rli
highly cnpul
rellni t cn       ml        Hi entnited
:i!l   poW •'"   :      his   - e, II   i
his inini.-.it-;- id i-lorli ul  wn      lind his
generals -
tenants.    Bi
minis! r.'.: . I
meehanli .   In lui-
tlntive nnd li Hi I It allty.
Several e.l r
ive- his
general:  -
sn si".-- ird ot In-
strucl I nol
use their i t when nnfor
seen
'
qnently
\v;im   -,-■-, re-,   ll
cnleulutlon    ni urate   snd   limited   tn
wbnl  was pos illile.    His movements,
whi, h were skillfully dl igul
rapid.
Sn superior wns Frederick lo tils np-
ll ey   were
nfetj tee k.-.-j. their troops
In ..,. coni pntrnted a form '
wns nol --iiiiii lm i space for effective
maneuvers. He- waa more capabls In
marching umi maneuver than in bst-
tif, iiiiert- e ipabte In battle thnn in
ulcer.
lefeel sa an .iilmlnlstmtnr ;
'
■  i- I     OW lilm llinl
r lens •■! ihc
'
BEST
led in Tone. Qualitj    Pi t -
s-.,;,-.   Design,   I'm sl.
U
and Durability.
1    iiiji    i-  :i   lv iti
othei    i ,-tin-
■ ■ * a  'u .-tui ■
ihi .iie.ii.iy that tn-.'h.- the NEW.
i nM'-i:
and
l'i'■-, i
"I   ton     il» '>    f'mini ill     le,    .\
and
anj   nilit-r   Canadian
.   1886
lh   ■
lay   i
i_-new!ii . • i
csted   ■
polltli
(tate
iln t!
-
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Turn id!e hours into
concrete fence
E\'l RY farmer finds himself now nnd then wi !
hours in » hich both himseli and his help nui - I
jobs" to keep them busy.    Use (hi e hours to ma
You can make a li-iv at a lime,  storing them until need il
when you want a fence in the new field, youi  posts   evcrlastinu, concroio
,i   te. ns,-.    The making of fence poata ia only one of scoi sofevi
uai s foi com retc Dn ih<' fi rm described in the Iniok,
"What The Farmer Can Do With Cor,,.
NOTE— I i ;   '      pagi b Inyi II frci .  :      \ In nut bur i
t,, ii i-, i i.in-i or place yourtelf unacr any nthei ohligation.     Ji»( icntl u< ym
m- l i-l-lie ii     Vddn   ,
.*—"-^-^^ Publiritv Mutineer
Canada Comers'; Co-
812 HI  "- D
i    ct
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I      TAT'l'-N you  l't', if
7 rr    havi found (hat "C
,,;., y bai and barrel
I   I    >1
i n -w f,,r ■ -eici-es
wn' • ability,
I.,- 'luinie,' i'ii, whli-h
ri |0lred I «sj tiiut
In   brll Hi
which wa • i    Bdwsrfl
li. Jone-e In i Dg '            Mnrn7.ioe.
E»e.  eel-oner Bell  i F.nbion.
•a,  Kn I- 'I   UII
-ei at exi    ' iui . Franco over a
'ii ttiry   ago   rash *  nttlro
ee   i   i-i bj   - hi    i. the i
i" 1ST.    Sunt, en. wbo h id high Idens of
tho dignity or ie • ■ famona
in  ths rii'line < ol In     li,!.   v.
tin | on tii-
thu  rsTOlotiOl forbidden   11
-ir iiiui>, tin   n bleman'a col
way i.f pi I. t  tie made bimsell
n mora cor..    -. iin took to cwn,
.  il that color, ea «<*H ns ttie peculiar
1  of  hia clothes,  waa adopted  by
eiiy of the yoonu rtntnlles of  tbo
irt
. opened a wareroom on
Kensli     Vve.,    Kevelstoke,
i our pianos undi i
the -up- ■  Won ..f John Blog-
1      II      0.      Ullllfll,     H,
lequesl  tha  pub
;"' i" call  mnl  examine ii i
lii Newcombe Piiino Co., LM.
t i. i
cement,   remetnb r ti'mt tit <■   ■    ■  >
anada" Cement it beat,    i-met for
Miches in Ilka   ■ i wuter  tin' nmn
v rstlei  yuu  leciuiue.--
Melius
A •       ''nl   plrlt i» the iWtttMM
tg tliai.Ma-a     tiUU«n«
Sewing Machines
A nice 11 ■-   ii i k oJ Sin, -
or ami (Vheeler Witaon Bew-
i lines
For S.:ie or Hire
by the ni" th   ..' Maiiim
All kinds     ri achine needles
eked.
H. MANNING.   Agent.
r
ruiiLand^
FCR SALE
Galena Bay \ay\i\. )u
10 or '20 am- ■•• . ■, bloc,
poudence in.,'.ii.
r»lTel'   ill
Cnrre-K-
John Shaw. Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead WF.rtNKsnvv   v'v -
THE X&AXZr-ttBrB, s '•&    VELSTOI^TTS
' : I)N1' - HAV, J AMI Mfi   I", u:
Cash Statement for Year Ended December 31st, 1912
Receipts
Baiaut   as    nt    '• I   Jan lary,  IS12	
las.it inn
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Payments
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...i'm  ami Light     I.l, UU.U ;
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oAssets
\- eta Available .
I Arrears ol    ras.ee,     General  $21,659.80
Arrears ne   la.\cs,  Local  imumvement...    ll.'JOtl.'JS
'-a 11    un    hand  .-        i-.,.,:
Sunury  uebti rs   02...0
fl,374.28        % 3-*.vr.s.'.il
Insets in.i   Available. -Aditiinlatratlvo.
I nv   Hall    mul      i- in niiiiii'  $    6,124.74
    *   6,124.74
I'lll-ill'    .'-li.'i'l I  .
-   .1  26,6118.13   l'11'' llli's 	
.lull 	
,   : i iu. urigiiilu Hlquipmeut
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  li,;i.,ii.i:-i
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  3, i.tiu. nn
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,'  ..ui,.1         l.uu..ni Isolation   Hospital    6 900.00
Unu        .'     ..-i     -        I,S2K.,S                         IHI i.ii.i.s     -l,.lll.i.l,
il..I.-1.11     Hunk '1    111 ri   Inau   -    -   . 5,i "  "   $21,985.47
,   ,    it 11 nm        ... |      ind Ught) ....          112.: i Public  Convenience,
.. 13,1,38.12   streets     and      WidualKs   $11,500.00
PafiiB   i,20O.O0
lll'lll       I'XI        -    i'l     A:-   rl 11.. a.l   Mil. ll, IIMI y   all i    r..|lll|i|tll 111           11,600.00
""   I.ini'illl - Sowei            110,718.83
e    ...ni .   . -  i :    ■- $200,918 -.1
- -- id    ..i   i'ii-'          II, 0j m. Wuti i.  Lighl  and  Power,
i'     ral      rou . ......     in, .1 Capital   Mxpeuditurc  $337,837.61
$144,485.10   I       Debts   -uul  SI     10,631.68
 $313,489 2'J
Public   i'liii. Mnl .mn.
Sel I  su,.. UUI(!s., Furniture   5 81,660.00
Sinttlng Fund Investments,
Saving     Punk    $4-1,03.1.89
Citj   Debentures Purchased      19,168.80
    $ 03,203.69
I',   -ii
516J,195.93 Total
$759,195.93
cAudiled and found correct,
VV. T. STiiiJN CSb CO., F. C. A., City Auditors.
Vv ,lu'l'
U.  C,   i.in   .lainiai i .   I'h :
m.. uigni ij^|ii. . rorit (.&, Lauas Account
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5 1,446.15
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,     i,, a. 1'ii'illc  school  lliith  School
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1.62.00
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199.38
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97.34
$3,215,011
liu.un
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36.36
1116.91
7.90
G.8.1
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To -i1-   -iis,SSI.-is
1 hirebj  certify thc   e .   n true and correct accounl
oi the School liini minim's [or the year 1912.
i. hll.i'Ai UU'K. Chairman.
T.  W.  BRADSHAA',  Secretary.
V.l   i.'
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31
Si-bool   Tie.Mi'T-    i.  un.ui' iii . \p.ii ms tor 1912 was$24,030.00
Public      School    S13.SSt.4H
1     i;   High    School       3,570.02
:.'' Is
1 I,3z4.b5
$22,451.50
.MK'-lii
;■ Ai ii'     ...     above  $22,461.50
 '"-' I ri   •-...I   Imin   l..i .   Uovci'nnlea'l    <,2a3.3U
	
'        Vi e.i   expended   foi     Scbcole    1912  $14,163.20
[rom i      ie ,crn nenl  l.u   ina al
■        •-        o.Ullli,11   i-tVi't In a.I.ln,un in :h,' al mi' i ii" sum uf >' ".('.nu wns :t Ivan.vil
iuh    -,i-  --lire..   .,,.   icccunl ..;  purchase   ..: lii. li School Site.
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ITUTE,   :    154^ Bro,.clwa,y, New York City WEDNESDAY, JAM  u;\   Is,  101:1
• 1 'ifOU W£JlTT--±£:E!TIJL±jXJ,   K    VELSTO 5SZ"Ei
WI.DNESDA.     I IN    ^ i "-    15,  111*.
xjaanaamr-i-iniha emmu'.ioi&snniaHmmmKmaikjnt umi.
During January There
Will be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During Jannary.
Look at Price Tickets.
Bargains in the Dry Goods Department
A NEW. FRESH LOT OF CORSETS
These come in the new models. Some extra long ones; all widths,
Hose supports. Clean Goods.    All at 	
$1.00
GLOVES      SCARFS
A Big lot wool Gloves,  Mitts and Scarfs, for Hoys Girls and women.    They are 50c. to 75c. goods.    All at perjpair
75 Cent*
NEW COLORED THREADS
New Silk Threads, New Colored Cotton Threads, New Peri
Lusta in White and Colors, New Couching Thread, New Silk
Floss.     In fact we cm supply any want in the thread line.
Special Sale of Children's
Wash Dresses
Spfii'|al Salo nt t'lriliii'e'iis' Waali Dresses, tor Children from two to sovon
years oi age. Thii a manufacturers Sample Lun'. No two iilike. The
iieiest lovely little dresses ever shown bere, No use nl us trying to ilcBcribe
them,   Come In an-d look  ihem over, if only to get an idea of the     now
Styles for the Little Tots.
Lawn and Embroidery Aprons
Two Hundred Women's Lawn and Bm broidery  Aprons ko on  Sale,     Tbey
are lull length with Bib and Straps   Regular Price 75 tents  now 	
50 Cents
WARM WINTER UNDERWEAR
We have fm qui-k I'b'ai-iisre, fvveral tablet ol Ladles' Warm Winter Undergarments. One' table of our fine-art nil »ool goods sold at (rom 11.50 to
VIMD  per  garment.   Anythiog   on   th;.- ta!-lo now 	
$1.00
Aiieothor labb' 0[ Bu w.iel aud mixed nuo1 garments, they arc worth tl.oo
and $1.26 each.   All at one price uow	
75 Cents
A Uig Clean-up of Child' uDdi'rweur.veai ,iud drawers, riome Uaci ones
among these, at one price 	
50 Cents
BIG BARGAIN TABLE
A Pile of Remanents of Flannelette,   Towlliog«, TabU- Linens, i'nuts, Glng
bams,     Etc.,   ,iu   a   Table for Kasy t'iiooiitK'
Clothing Bargains
We have now on sale the biggest bargain of the year. The
best money-saving snap you have seen. All our odd lines of
Men's Winter Overcoats must be cleared out this month. cAH
sizes, from 36 to 44, and in different styles and cloths. They
are the Famous 20th Century hand-tailored garments and
were the best of values at the regular prices. Now look at
them.
BLACK CLOTH OVERCOAT
Box Back, either 41 or 5O inches in length. Hither plain or
welted seams. Velvet Collar. A dressy, serviceable io.it.
Ke irulor ill.   Now  	
$15.00
GREY CLOTH OVERCOAT
s.itn.   style us Black; Oxfohl    Dray.    An extremely good
wearing garment,  Hegnhu    *2'.iw, now  	
$15.00
MENS  ULSTERS
The newe-t Coat on the market. Thrce-waj convertible
Collar. In Gray and Brown cloths. Wide Hollars, full
-kirt.   An ideal over garment    for our elimate. Regular
-     "      IlliW   	
$17.00
MENS RjAGLAN OVERCOATS
In Melton,  iui-1 Cloths,Browns and Grays,   The new Rag
Inn  Shoulders  win h bn    made    sueh .1     hit.    Tbey l.iok
right on  unyone.   Regulai   (27,50, now  	
$19.00
See Our Shoe Bargains
Don't forget that our tables are loaded with Genuine Shoe
Bargains for Women. o4H boots, and these values have
never been equaled in the City.
$3.15
Buys a pun' of iin, tan 01     black boms-   Soma buttons,
and some  lac.-.   Iho  regulai  prhesraual  $5.00 an.l *O.IH>
95c.
Buys a pair ol good serviceable     boot..    So two pairs
alike,    All  si/es  up   0 1 .-;■   .,-..',   , Jinif.
Sizes up to Kive and a haH.
Snowshoeing 'Gauntlets
Kor m. n oi   leoy-. Made of Par-    v..u,l,  witn long cufls.
$1.00 Per Pair
$2.35
Buys a  pair of black 01   ian  lur.-  boots  in  Vici  Kill    ut
Call.   Vou can't aflorfl to mis- tlurn.
Grocery and  Crockery Department
Large Assortment of Pickles
Fresh arrival of New Goods direct from England
CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S
Mixed Tints     ,55c
Chow Chow     35c
Onions      35c
tiirkins ...         35c
Cross and Blackwells Indian Mangoc Chutney
Quarts    *5c
SOMETHING NEW
Kaney Swei I per bottle 	
Stephen's Gloucester Pickles
Sweet Mixed half pints	
IOC.
40c
.JUL'
Sweet Spiced Girkins pints  40c
Sour Mixed pints  45c
;o 0/  401-
Chow Chow pints  25c
Gold Medal    White onions  ,551.
JUST PLACED   INTO STOCK
C iV ll Celebrated Spanish Queen Oli\e«,  half pints 40, pint.-. 75c
C & li Jurikel Powder, bottle  15c
"Bovril    for a Cold Weather Drink
The right thing for   " Zero   Weather."   Have  it   in   the   House Served
Hot.    It Prevents Colds.   We have a new, clean stock recently arrived.
Bovril Cordial, 20 oz. bottles    $1 25
Johnson's Fluid Beef, Ki oz bottleB        $1 00
Bovril, 4 oz.  bottles
Bovril, 2 0*. bottles
55
35
Specials for Friday and Saturday Only
PETTIJOHN'S WHEAT BREAK KAST GEM.   Regular Price, B6c.   Wow
NABOB CUSTARD OH TAPIOCA PUDDING.   Regular, Price, 16c.    Now
TAYLOR'S FANCY TOILET SOAP, 8 Cakes in box.   Regular Price, 36c.   Now
CLARK'S DEVILLED HAM.   Regular 10c. tins.    Now. 2 tins for
20c.
10c.
25c.
13c.
C. B. HUME & COMPANY, LITE!   PARTMENT STORE, revelstoke, B.C.
an
wmmem
k. #•■•,*# 3BKW I WKiiM'sn w , ,n\T.m r.  is
The a^^IL-liJUR^-XjXJ,  ±*  E VELSTOKH
WEDNESDAY, -lANl'.VRY t3, till.
ALE
Special Prices all over the Store.
Ladies' Pony Cce
Regular Price, $120.    Sale Price. $;
Furs!   Furs
All our Furs to be cleared oul  ki  less
than manufacturer' i prices.
Call in and examine our
Stock and Prices. It will
pay you buy here while
Our Sale lasts.
Ladies' Suits
AT JANUARY SALE PRICES
Sizes ,",2,   ,;
Tweeds, Ve
4,   36,   38.    Made
Ivcts anil Serges.
from
Goats and Suits
Hows' Reefer Coats   $3.00
Boys' Overcoats        $3.50
Men's Suits $7.50
Men's Ovi rcoats $8.00
CIVIC ELECTIONS
REVELSTOKE. 1913
Voto
Moyor,
tor  Kilpatrick  and  a  iapabl»
Bociiro Kent-   (or   I lue   Tun   A.mM'lCan
1,1   tlii"   EmptCM. -Ri'.i'iv    i-iit    75c,
Voto
Voto
M'itl)   I
lor Kilpatrick and protiperlty.
tor T, Kilpiitiie-h tin' ranilitliitr
clean rccoril.
ii'mit tu.v'i (ron)  Pngf Om ■)
li|l    l'eltlll'll'le-,1
medical mnn
unuvoldijlile htisini as
with iti- i'i'■'■■ 3lon n
and   llini'li'ie'  unable   lei  iii;,K.■        nny
reply,  liuiorc tliey eomuieuceO to put
Into cli'culntiou  Un' rumor! ..n.i     re
I mt.   cone ng In- civic iiilininiHti'a-
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who :11■, 111.1111;.  do n»t Bciuplo to iu-
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than the nnmca I'luunoraicd, m np in-
ton'tin- puiil.c i". iiiilgniciu, on theli
iucoiiJ eii,iiuii iii.  punt  twi'lvu uiontuh
.Ml     tlle'   ■-     Ite'll Ill'll     IIH'     lll'lle V     I • > • > | - "
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|,V    111,'    (ai't     eel    llll'il1   I-ll'C I 1 e >l 1    I.e t IJ,-
council :.e'nts iui' Hovel*.one. Thoj
wore elected tat-ly lit 1*12, entirely on
iin'ir personal  mn li    -ui'l quiilihcat -
IUI1H,    nll.l    un   dl-ellUCI    pledge        lee lun:
e lection, thai In * lew "i the thianclal
alniemeut lor I'.nl thej would |>n,ct
i-i- strict oeonomy nnel run tbc cily
on n twenty-rive mil nitc. Thc yoai
has roll, '1 by, mosl ■ omplc c nnd tc
curat* reporta oi ouncil proceedings
have been publlBhi'd  week  ley week in
.lllH    papCr,    .'jll.l    U.e    .'Ml    OXtl'lll IH'Ve-i
i.et.'i.' attempted in Ihe City ol Kevel
aio&... The record ol their work, nnu
.heir tinej-miiil Ktatemont are now he.
ioro tbe public,
ite ne'ii'.'*''. and ihi- inuai be thi
.....eiiun ol every lairintmlcd person
eeiin i willing to he guided by Uu
.acts, ihat the old coum-il liv.. 1 woi.
„ii.i Faithtully up to all theli piomiseh
on tne electioneering platform, Ihej
ml  ex| i nm  .  th pursm d a polic;
.., ..li k"pt tin   .   I ii nta ... part ments o
 i.iii},' ordei
■  .   .' - -i ■ s ol the Cl
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.ii-ir maximum at  ii lection.
.i' i    ii i council mr.i practical
'    completed tti.-n- la»ora toe itevel -
  on the e«e oi tnetr closiHa; year
III •    St.t,IH l.'ll       WBB       ,i.ellf.       ll.U.i
in,    .,  :i i.. u.ii'uiiu.  who i-  iie'iiii. r
.'.-   !•■., ownei nor a qualuied >e,i-
.      .11     ttie     IUl.IUC.,'il,lly     Ol"     lll-.l.-la.OlM..
.tie- L'Ouncu i-.i. n\-a ..in' matter to
me    roiiec     LommiSbeonei-s,    within
nee.,- jurisdiction I inj. and request
^.l the matter m.estigateu, and whlcn
.en, agreed to gladly ny uie' (jomtnis-
oion; ti,.- in.- tigation waa held, it
,c un^el iii the complete eioniration
oi -ii" i hiol "t    i "l..., nnj ,n which
toneral tho pan - :u-n.v.f. foe tho
.:e. a, ,■ ..,., .,,', ui red; the rapidity
■vith wi       the p had l ■■■ i grant
-e I        iplet   ly    OUt    ul
tho .  who nnj in"'" hop-
I -      ,-.. ;      ,     ,-ntn
ng ele -...ti  days,
'  . ■ some
,..      age    which
MeeiM  u.e'   • . nre in nor- ■
uut. ii.- !:-h      was
■  tors    :,in.i- ri • i-   -p
..   her   '..  rum
.   .-   ■ stx      Imag di
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. he lound .
- mac who
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•  -    liciate        "I
•hern
|e'lll
boring HlnlBter design- flgainal       tbi
eity "I Revolstoke.
Tli.. only -eliil" n) pre'SPiil known It
be before the electors, in that rigged
np anl boldly pul forward with the
intention of attempting to aavo ilio
.iices ol the partios behind tlm re
.mt regrettable investigation. The
.uil.lld.itiireH ot the old tuemliers ol
uie council, were placed in good time,
and Individually before the electorate
ilie candidatures ol their opponent*
iVero kept in iliedark, and a straw
.amlidnte for Mayor was framed up
.ml withdrawn, in the hopos oi en.
iinling tbe slate intended io be put
Orward to be covered up to the ln-1
moment  before nomination,
If then have been nny slaito tactics
,n iln election, tbey are not to be.
.onu 1 un thc nidi: uf ilu- uld aider -
inn hm tin puhlio of Rovelstoke will
nivc iiii diliiculty in discovering where
ibe "Sinie" wi,M made up aud the na
uie- of the iIn>•,• men who framed It,
It is n fact, thai bill for these slnte
met i' - in the pn] t ui their uppuii -
,-ni . nne,- ol ihe old aldermen being
deslroUB of giving new blood a chance
would not hive nm in ilu, election,
imt the obvious way jn which tho In-
>v ligation wa polutiug, forced thom
uilu th- Held, not only lo vindicate
their own reputations as public men,
hut u enable the voter.-, of Revelsloke, by voting for the old independ
.nt. tried nnd found uue members of
the council, to avoiel thin city passing
.■ti,l.-i the domination ol a clique ol
three people and theii Incompetent
slate eef uominecs.
in view of the foregoing, we therefore ndvlse our renders, to bo K,,v''i"'
..I by reasoning nnd intelligence, uiul
,o i'ii-1 their ballots on Thursday for
i'. Kilpatrick, the best mini for mayor; nne! Messrs. Barber, HcSorloy,
itcKlnnon, Howson, Bourno and Ab-
laliamson, the best tie n lor aldermen
,oi   the City of ltevelstuke- fur  1913.
I'lln   /
theatre.
mciiean Thursday,    Empress
K. of P, NOTICK
A speoial ni'cling of Gold Rnn^i
bodgo No. 26, Knights ol Pythias,
will bo held m thee lodge rooms on
Wednesday evealng,  January ISth at
ti   u'e-loek.
Business:—Installation ot officers.
By Or.lcr of 0. 0,
fi.,;. Brock, K- of It. n 8.
Reserved seats all sold out lum
nighi. for Vorsatllos, house packed to
doors. Breaking records everywhere.
Olio more uight here, everything points
to anothor record. .Secure soats early
ui Macdonald's drug store, open till
lull.   The.  beat,  yet.
Tomorrow, dun. llith tho famous
1'iiu American Double Quintet tit
lhe KniprosH theatro promises t • a
groal musical treat aud theatre goers
will have a groal opportunity ol »i'-
ing some of the best colored artists
travailing through the West. These
people come very highly recommended
nnd are certainly thero with a Bplendid program, .Secure -.'nts lit, Mne- •
c.oiiiild'H drug store. Reserve seats,
Trie, general admission 60c., ntrlnin
rises at 8:45.
WANTED—By  an espei.cnced colored
womon,     employment     rb cook or
chambermaid.—Mrs.  0.   B.  Murphy,
|    Tbone 2'.I9, City.
LOST-On McKeMlo Avenue or First
stroet, last Saturday evening. a
Bunch of Keys, Finder please re •
turn to R. R. Colo at the Watson
Realty Co.
WANTBD—Nursing, apply to Mi'B. Mu-
Dnuald, Kirst Btreat, Pour doors
east ol YfM.C.A.
Komembcr the  Bye GiaaB Club    at
the BraprcBS thoatro Jan. llth.— Tho
VersaWles.
Don't    forget      the     Progress Club
meeting next Tuesday evening ut the
City Hall.
Sugar Howl Coute-t -Kirst. prive
was won by Miss Mabel tJluimOM.
Second prize No. 1581; llrd prize, No.
(e02, not claimed.
F'OR SAI.K-A (itiitnr and n ll   and
;i2 calibre rifle, in good condition.—
Apply to Mrs. Schafer, Seventh St.
."t. .-t. t'l-. ."t*. .-r. ,t, .d-. .-r. ."r. .-r. .-t. .-t. ,-r. .-t-..+. ,-t. ,-t. .-t. ,-t. ■•t*. .-j-. ,-r. .-t, .-t. .-t. .-t.
I "EMPRESS" THEATRE |
f      Tuesday and Wednesday. Jan. 14-15      f
Tiie
ie" feer Kilpatrick aa
1 dun'
i       1      VUle'.
Th   iii'i'..   Lumber Co.
have
nto stink a Dumber >.>(
cedar
c   'hem.
put
doors.
Mrs. K. fi. McRae entertained m n
delightful "live hundred" tea on Tuee-
i .iy atternoon. The' prizes which vrero
extremely handsome- and much admired were won by Mrs. Harry Bews,
Mrs.  Lawson atel  Mrs.  Sibbald.
Vote
for
Kilpntri'
■k the ct
ioic.-
Ol   the
voters
at
large.
Votee
fur
Kilpatr
ick uud
vot
i early
tomorrow,
I'.uii.
1 an
d     bear
tho gi
teat
Daublo
Quarto
tie,
Kmpress
tbentre-
, tomorrow
Thins.
lay,
.lun.  16th.
Event |
de Luxe |
The  . I
Eye Glass |
AND
The
Camp Fire's
Glow
 WITH ALL NEW SONGS     *
RESERVED SEATS, $1.00 §
Advance Sale ut MactlotiaM'n Drug Store. Y
i l't. ott it* 1X1 1X1 '"i"1 ilti ilta '^« »^"» iti iti ^' »^*» '^*» Ak »"^* *^* *^* i*^i i^> rfi iTi IM tTf
WE HAVE FAITH IN
REVELSTOKE
THE CAPITAL OF CANADA'S ALPS
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Tr,.  ■• BO i-hlMrn
.toi- -    B.O. »'
It makes no difference which way the cTVlunieipal Elections go,
the future of Revelstoke is assured, and our City is going ahead this
year as never before, Outside capital is already heading our way"
and properly values are gradually increasing. Appoint yourself an
" Investigation Committee" of one, Mr, Investor, and take advantage
of some of these snaps.    For a limited time only we can offer: —
•<-
...
. nill*
IKS!
TKUNKS!
Hliws   dim <;  »'J
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VMNT* I'     ' ,rs   ,v'' UNDERWEAR
OVERSHOE. AND rOOTWEAR
ATTKNTION
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TC
L-Rifoi
.     AND
p., Rifi ^Knii
100 Peel on 7th Street gsvs $1250
100 Feet on 8th Street =~"- $1200
50 Feet on McKenzie Av. g&gg A Snap
Modern Hoose, 4th St. s-'l— $2200
Modern House, 2nd St. tr,i.'-:;!:. $1800
A good assortment of West End Property, $300
per Lot and up,.
J. B. Watson Realty Company
E. Q FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
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