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"Empire" Typewriter
Por ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price   $C0 !
Interior Publishing Co., Agts.
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"lievelstoke, the Capital of Canada!s Alps**
The Mail-
Visiting (Cards. v ,
A SPECiyg.LT^^ S') fgfg     tA
interior PuDlishing^QMp^i^,'      *,.£.,
PRINTERS  AND PUBLIS^RS^J:^
Vol. 18 -No 82
REVELSTOKE, B. C. NOV. 27, 1912
$2.00 Per Year
Jl good time to make a selection
Chrismas will soon be here
We will lay them aside for you
TAHIaH KN1VBS ami FORKS
TABLE DBSSERT THA uiul
White or Plated Gooils
COFFBE SPOONS
From S2.00 a Do?..
Carving Sets in Cases
Sec Our Tea Spoon Special
7.1 ets. Doz.
Pocket Knives  Never   Such   Values
Price $4.0d
10 ets  to $2,60
SCISSORS
We are making a special on this line
Scissiors 1.50 1.25 and 1.00 for 75 ets.
Every pair guarnanteed
c^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Orflo*—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.
Agent* in Great Britain and United States—London, England,   A
Lloyds Bank, Limited.    Chicago— First National Bank, Oorn Ex-   V
change National Bank.   Seattle—Seattle National Bank,  San Fran-
cisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank.    Spokane—Exchange
National Bank,
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of |I and upward, received,'and Interest allowed it
current rate trom date of deposit,   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch -A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
oooooooo<>oooooooooooooooo6
JOCKEY SHOES
A Line in  Misses and Children's
Sizes, just received
MRS. A. G. CRICK. - first Street
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor and frugrancy> Sold in 1 lb.
lead packages.
Price, 35c., 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208 GROCER & BAKER Phono No. 23
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 $46 80
Delivered Free
ENOUGH   SAID   FOR   THE   WISE
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AHD DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, make ynur liroilqiiflrtera bere.   ouick service*   Perfect Cleanliness
mnl Reasonable Priceai    Give Ua a Trial*    "Wc Never Bleep."
A FULL DOCKET
AT POLICE COURT
Heavy List of Cases.-Three Charges of Forgery.—
Smart Captures By City Police
The little oity "hull" oi justice wu.s  even It wus accompanied Iiy tlie owu-
u busy npot on Monday evening lust,   cr he  would not Interfere.
under
Mr.     Jone
nume  hut  it
when court opened ut 8 p.m
.Judge Hamilton.
The room was tilled with witnesses
in the various enses, and a large butch of prieoners were brought up for
i rial.
Promptlj'at 8 o'clock, the usher
called "order in court" and Percy
Crowley stood behind the table facing the magistrate.
Percy is a weak looking elderly man ' ners story,
who apparently has seen the hest or | Magistrate
worst of nearly sixty years. He ts
charged with being under the Influence
of liquor although an interdicted person. He pleads guilty, with an air
uf abstract apology as though hn had
no desire' to argue the matter, and
in cross examination makes the state
ment thnt J. Barker had given him
.some whiskey.
C. Gillan appeared in support of
Percy, and made statement that the
about 1889 which defeated Jake Gaud
aur's famous crew during their Worlds
tour.   Mr. Forbes received   numerous
tropbieH during liis rowing career, Be-
' sides  being prominent  In  rowing     tc
ulso found time to engage in     truck
uud Bold sports, nnd  in  18'.KI won thu i
A.A.H. all-round championship, representing a Detroit club on that occasion.    In   ISM  he  joined  the  Northern
Pacilic Huilwuy und remained in   the
railway  service [or  ten  years,  during j
which  lime he wus promoted  to    bbe
position of superintendent ot    power j
on the  Rooky  Mountnin Division. Dur j
ing     this     time Mr. Forbes took up i
trapsbootlng un.l wus u keen follower p
of this fascinating     sport,     winning
numerous trophies.    He  became a no-
our renders), was an elderly man, und   te(1 Bn0,  „„,, ^ laU,r mgagti     ,
ecrtninly     was old enough  to
(that is not his right
makes  no  mutter    to
who
have known letter. His ideas as to
how ho was seperated from tha money
were vague, hut there seemed no
doubt iu his mind thnl the honest
railroader wus not the simple hero
which   might  be  inferred  from  priso-
1 old
Hamilton;  this wus an
mnn,  and a contemptuble crime
un ammunition compnny, which plur
wl him in lhe professional ranks. Dur
ing the years he hus resided in the
west hc has taken n keen interest m
trnpshooting, and was a regular attendant at all competitions. He won
many prizes for high score at Vancou
ver, Victoria, Tacoma, Seattle, Portland championship tournaments.
The deceased was a prominent mem
Eighteen months hard labor in thu  1>er of the Vancouver (lun Club, and
Kamloops Jail.
HID IN  HIS  HAT
We are all  familiar  with  the  wonders  of  stage  conjourers  ami  mngici-
reprcsented the organization in mnny
I championship shoots. Hc possessed
over one hundred medals and trophies
won during his Career as an oarsman
aBs,     but. Jailor D. Thomas can pull trapshot and tield performer. He was
ofl a trick which would leave the av- popular in all circles, and his    death
I erage  vaudeville  miracle  worker  scv- comes as a shork    to    his numerous
oral     blocks behind, as is proved hy friends.—Ex.
the manner iu which,  on u recent oc- —■	
unfortunate      prisoner      would  never  casion.     hc produced  upwards of ill
huve     occupied  Iris present  position
hut     for the fact thut his tool chest
Fats! Train Wreck
Medicine  Hut,  Alta.,  Nov.  26—Tho
early  morn ng train,  due in Medicine
their lives and seventci n persons were
injured.   Two or  three  of  them were
seriously     hurt, and one     will likely
| die.      ...
James Caiu. a veteran engineer, lay
from  the lining oi au old hat.   Following this exhibition Geo Smet fouud
had  gone  astray      thus     preventing  himself     in tbc prisoners dock facing
Crowley     from     going to work, and' charges   of theft and uttering forged  Hat at 4:ao o'eloek  [rom     Kootenay
that     he     Gillan had been (or some' cheques. Landing,  piled  up in a heap ut.   'IMD
days before thc anest, endeavoringi Mike Thacruk, the victim of Smets o'clock tins morning at Fltngerald, a
to locate the tool chest, in order operations, and whose hard eurned Sllmll crossing between Hevon Persons
that Percy might take up an outside ^ bills had been found in thc lining of linll Uull'8 Head. Two cnginemen lost
job at his trade of carpenter. J.' Smet's hut, was the first witness.
Barker, was next called, charged! All the parties wero Slavonians, the
with supplying liquor to Percy Crow evidence was taken thru an intcr-
ly, who was an interdicted person.       pretor.
Mr. Barker strenuously denied the Mike sworn in Russian, and having
impeachment, he had never bought kissed the book with a, smack resound' under the llrcbox of his ongine.
any whisky for Percy, it was true ing round the room, gave evid enco suffered u terrible death, as also did
that meeting the said Percy outside identifying as his property certain the liremun. H. H. Flower. When
the City Hotel, be had invited him in ! cheques, and bills produced. The it gtruck the switch, the engine cur-
to join     in a friendly drink, but tbe  trouble     started     with an innocent .Ctncd and rolled completely over, tha
drink whieh Mikcstood for Smet at tiain broke loose and the baggage,
the Union hotel. Shorty after Smet express, mail car jini couches left the
and his new found friend bad discus- rilils nnd rolled over,
sed various jobs and bade each adieu      Engineer Cain's left side was badly
cut,   but from  th;  state  of  his  body
he evidently was killed by the escap
ing steam from the biokeu and twist
< J engine.
H.H.  Flower,  Calgary,  the firemen
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
"McClary's" on gooils is a qnalit) name, luisgiue the
comfort In using a McClary Stove,   Simple to work,  easy
to clean, anil economical on Fuel.
Sporting Goods
Rifles and Shot Guns, single and double barrel, Winchester, Remington and Stevens, Repeating Shot Guns, Shot,
Shells nnil Cartridges, (all callbrei ol n; Coats,  Car
tridge Melts, Gun Covers, Game Traps, all sixes
Groceries
Fresh Kippered Herring just arrived, Fresh Fruit and
Vegetables, Coffees, Tens. Hay, Flour and Poultry Supplies.
Crockery
nutter Crocks, I'ean Pols ar.el Jugs, all sizes. Choice
China anil Glassware.
PLUMBING HEATING TINSMITHING
Special Attentic.i Paid to Mail Orders.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St., Revelstoke.
Telephone No, 22
£1
fastidious Percy had declined the in
vitation, whereupon hc Barker had
proceeded inside to get a little nip
for the good of his own health, purchasing a bottle of "Imperial" which  Mike    missed his wad, including two
A. G. TIIlA'KlHON,
Manager
he had taken home to room in
the "Union", intending to utilize
same Ior the purpose of drinking cou
fusion to all surly teatotallcrs, und
the enemies of His MajeBty.
Thc same Barker, described with
great minuteness how the kind bartender of the Oity, hud wrapped the
bottle of Imperial up, so he could
put it in hi- pocket and to satisfy Mr
Gillun, Barker even proceeded to demonstrate by rolling an old copy of
the Mail-Herald, around tho bottle of
"imperial" produced in court, and de
clared stoutly, that no one but an
inquisitive lawyer would have ever
suspected the nature ol the myster -
ious package sticking out of his hip.
Holding the tei lale evidence up to
the light, he drew attention to the
small quantity of liquor missing
trom the bottle, and denied that
three seasoned characters such as
Percy, .Scotty, and Cherry Davis,
could have got blind speechless and
paralytic drunk, or even so inebriated as to come under the eyes o! the
city police, on the minute does missing from the Imperial receptacle.
Magistrate Hamilton, with out even
troubling to sniff the bottle, said the
evidence wus very strong; hc was con
vinced Barker had supplied tbe liquor
to Crowly, an interdicted person,
wbich was a serious offence. Barker
was find $50 aud costs, or throe
mouths iu jail;
Crowly was guilty of disorderly con
duct, and fined $10,
The "Imperial" presumably reverted to His Majesty, it disappeared
downstairs apparently .n very good
hands.
iiil.iii    MISSING
How au elderly Vancouver Visitor
to. our city in the pursou of Tom
Jones, was parted [rom *54.V5, wus
elULiduted to the satiB (action ol all
except the prisoner iu thc case, very
speedily alter tbe call o[ "Next Case"
found R. R. Mack in tbe dock on a
charge of theit.
Railroad Mack was a thickset, mid-
dleaged individual, who [rom l'i ap-
pearance had probably earned his
title by Ions experience riding the
rode, or in thc more strenuous occupation ol tic toc-ing. Mr. Mack was
obviously a gentlcmau ol matheva -
Cal uccutracy lor hc pleaded guilty
but only to taking $50, and smoothed away thc apparent coarseness of
his coudu.-t, by explaining tbut lie
found ibe money on tbc seat of the
toilet, uud just simply picked lt up
in order to ensure thc bills being in
good bunds as there wcr be knew so
muny dlsboowt person abuut who
might keep the money. Before however be hud succeeded in Ml senrch
for the owner, he was arrested. R,R.
spoke most apologetically, as tho be
now regretted his attempt ut philan-
trophy. and insinuated that tn any
future similar cafes be would allow
tbe    money   to [all down tbe toilet,
C.P.R. cheques. The scene shifted
to Victoria Hotel, where Smet kav -
ing treated himscl' to n drink,
had tendered the cheques and rcceiv-1
ed     paymnt
custody     as
made by tbe police, and that their
inquiries were founded on solidground
was evidenced by the discovery of a
bank reserve containing $42. inBide
the paper wadding of Smet's hat.
Chief  Parry  gave  evidence  explain
Smet was taken into: died like his chief, at his post und in
the result of inquiries' the sut.e manner, only  thut there is
not a murk of uny kind on Ul I odj
other than the scalds.
Of the eight injured who were taken to the hospitul on the arrival here
ol tiie rescue train, one, George Dow-
ling,  a carpenter  of this city,      will
ing how  the curious  desire exhibited   likely   dio.   The   others   are  seriously
by    prisoner to stick to his hat and  hurt.
take same into his cell, had aroused
suspicion and been followed by the
discovery of the reserve of currency
produced.
The main outlines of the story were
corroborated by witnesses, and Smet,
who only recently had been released
from the city juil on an almost similar charge, was sent down (or "twenty three months hard", at Kumloops
The   various exhibits were ordered
returned to their proper owners.
OTHBR  CASF.S
J. J. Cormby was charged with the
theft ot    a watch and chain, and remanded lor the appearance ol mater-''
led witnesses.
Oakolo,  a  wandering  Jup,  who ap-l
The train was in charge of Conductor Rseber. He is not seriously
hurt, but is badly shuken and bruised
To Sell Timber Lands
With a view of selling oil all ths
fringes and gores of forest land tbut
have heen leit after tbc surveys ol
timber limits, cruising parties for the
provincial government are out measuring' up thu iimi.or on numerous ir-
regular fringes ol timber lund at Pender Harbor, Powell Lake, dordon
Pasha Lake, Deep Bay, Dccept.on
Bound, Kelondo Island, Point tJrcy
and t ireen Point Rapids.
Timber Inspector Uecrge McKay,
pcared somewhat strange in his man- states that as soon as the cruisers
ner,  brought up charged with being u! reports ure received,   the  timher will
u!l be put up tor sale. Heuled ten
elers will Ire invited nnd the government will sell to the highest bidders.
(Concluded ou Page Pour)
Prominent Canadian Passes Uway
One of Canada's foremost trapsbotu
und iu the early nineties a noted uil
round athlete, pusscd uway ut his
home iu North Vuncouver lust Thurs-
day   in  tbo  person  of  Mr.  John      A-
Forbcs, local representative of    the
Remington Arms Union Metulic
Cartridge Company. The deceased
was Btiicktu witb paralysis u short
time ugo and never rallied. Thc lun-
eral took pluce yesterduy afternoon
und was atteuded by u large number
of Irlends, uil ol tbe members ol the
Vuncouver Gun Club, ol wbich orgutk-
izutioo the dcccuscd wus u prominent
member, beiug present.
Tbe lute Mr. Forbes Urst came into
prominence in ritle ubooting ln 18M,
when, us u member o( the Humiltou,
Ont., I(iil. Association, ho competed
ut BiBley agulust teams Irom all nations. The lollowing year he was aw-
urded u medal emblematic of tho
championship, while he was also presented with the Governor-General's
prize lor rille shooting. Ho did not
coulluo hinitcll entirely to bhootlng,
but took un active purt. in truck und
Beld sports .ind rowing. In 188'J be
was a member o[ the crew which won
Hit championship at the Northwestern
Amateur Rowing Association's regatta at Grand Rapids, and was also a
member of the new which won the
American championship In the doubles. Tbe records ulso sbow that tbe
dcooaecd stroked a tour-oared    crew
pDV Vaudeville Company.
On Monduy, >ec. ''.a 1 and Tuesday,
the Brd, the Rt> Vaudeville Oo. will
appeal  in the Smpreea theatre   with
high   class   vaudeville,   seven      good
Mts.      Hurry  |,ancnnteer,      Scotland's
greateet singing comedian.
,\liss Kdith Wilma, prima donna COB
llMlte.
Miss Marlon v.il", dramatic iopn.no
Dave Uaston, leondou'el most eccentric eomodlan and icare crow dancer,
Mu'-kay Slaters, Bcotcb singing and
dancing Duo,
Mux IlirshUeld, concert piuui't nnd
uccompaniest.
Harry C. Willie, Australian versatile ventriloquist,
Tbe latter purl ol the piogram will
cud with u musicul comedy larce,—
"Mistakes Will Happen."
Prices, 25c, 50c. uud a lew at 75c.
Plan at Maedouald's drug store.
HOT BREAKFAST FOODS
Cream of Wheat, per packet
Farina, 6 It), 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
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Wholesale an    Retail
Put in
Your
Stock of
Brookfield
Butter
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Before
the
Price
Raises
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail
Announcement
Tb.. Ladies' Ouild ol at. Kruncis
church v. ii.h to thank the mercbante
<■: He city mnl all other, who helped
te, iniike Mult late luir ptie-h n signal
tUCCen, They Bin wish to nay that
the drawing for prizes which was de-
luyeel  on account ol some hooks    not
being returned in time, win take
place on nett Thursday, Pec. Sth iu
Ht. PTuticiH Hnll nt 8 p.m.
All holders of tickets are requested
to be
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2 c
6 Warm and Serviceable 6
I    WINTER OVERCOATS
0 In the Most Popular Stylis 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 wu do not
hesitate to state that its equal
cannot be found in thc city.
McRae Mercantile Co.     %
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"YES!   yes:
XMAS ALMOST HERE
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Anything from Diamonds to Patent Medicine
Bigger Assortment Than Ever
J". Gr-TT~y BAEBEE
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR WKPKE
THE J&A-TT-t-JETttTlJ^TsJD^   Ti E "V-IEJLSTCKIKI-E
WEDNESDAY,  N0VUM3HB i',  IMS
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sal:
r^
'ron!        mi Manket zie Avenue
:■■•  i, baiance to bearranged
on  Fourth Street,
. pfciOU down, balance to be arranged
ckenzie Ave., in ail 66 Teet
i facing on Connaught Avenue.
ieuey   lum   been   made   hy   your   allot'-  therefore   being   made   throughout   I'n    HU
I iiey in this case and purl of which is imda for funds.
reasonable. You have rendered your - Enclosed you vvill tin.I a couple of
self liable to n heavy Bentonce on a pamphlets giving particulars and lie-
charge ol lorgery. A serious i.tleuce low a memorandum ol the subsorip -
Iiiim been committed uud I am here to tions already received,
see tlml crime is punished uiul .ins- Trusting that you mny see your
ttoe el.me.     Sentenced tee seven  mon-  way to favor the objeel in view, that
I ths luiiei labor In it:.- Kamlbops jail,  ymi will lead tlie influence of your pa-
A.   .1.   lliller,  charged  on  Nov.   ISth   per   nn.l   thut   you   will   mention      tlie
'with causing l'.  I .iv.uk 10 deal    with  undersigned as secretary, l nm,
en [orged document; also charged with I Host faithfully yours,
forgery.   Pleaded  not guilty. n.  j,  \-. GOOD, See.
ti. s. MoOarter appeared lor the 0. I   Memorandum    i>: subscriptions     so
P.R,  proseoutlen. far received:
First   witness,     (ieo.   Wirtdis,   gave   Citizen s   ot      Vnncouver     .$11,0110
evidence as to accused having    some Citizens of Winnipeg     4,51)0
WATCH  OUR
WINDOWS
C. S. McFARLAND
Howson Block,  MacKenzie c_/4.venue
WATCH OUR
WINDOWS
Our stock of Men's Furnishings and Shoes is the moit complete in
We can outfit you complete.     Helow area few prices for comparison.
the city.
TheReuistiike General Agencies, Ltd.
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•jiitcnov DuDiisbiiifl company.
Ut eni" el
J.   K.  JOliNi OaS,   Manager.
BALI 11 G    ■     ■: fON,  Editor.
ers, nnd t he    pt ending . >i ,i  great sys-
t f i villan rille clubs throughout
i'un.nia. would he the mosl feasible
.ue,i .-iin i ui method of protecting Ca-
nn.le. and .ei'leii' thc Empire, and if
Hon, l(. I,, Borden, sees lit to recommend n dlreci mii,snly of an amaunt
approximate te, the um mentioned,
we believe ins action will be supported by an overwhelming mass of the
I lanadiati people.
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A_FULL DOCKET
AT POLICE COURT
I'Contiuued from  Page One. i
six years  before  worked on his gang  Citizens of Toronto sn far ..
on  the  C.P.Ry,    He  recognised  (onus  Oitdaens  of other places  	
produced as used in the payment   of Lord    Strathcona  and  Lord
employees, and swore h
same.
Timekeeper A. Wilson, sworn, gave
ovidenco thai he never signed the
time check aiiel slip produced; he re-
gardod the whole thing as a fnko.
A. (i. Brooker, O.P.R, ticket agent,
Bwora, gave evidence that he could
noi remember seeing accused on the
I8tb November. Ho recognised exhibit li as being presented to bim,
and acting on previous I i«tructlons, I
re this particular Identification slip,
Informed tbe Supt. and the pcllce
were called in. The youth in court,
l.ez.olik,   presented   the slip.
A. Lezouk, sworn, gave ovldence recognizing the slips as given him by
accused In tbe station, who rouuest-
eel Inm to cash same. "Tony" was
there also.
Tony Zeluk, sworn, through an Interpreter, stated—lie came to the
Station saw prisoner, who informed
bim to get his own elieipie cashed and
asked Lezouk  lo cash a cheque     lor
Men's Gunmetal Blucher
in a neat, dressy last, and
heavy soles
$5.O0
-  . rai ,,,e'eiis
I
lisorderly     person,     without  visible
I in aus iei support, ni employment was
.ne
:.,  au i  tui   i.
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btse] ■ lumeuciag
ib    i       :•
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.  i """ maj ■■• j    se.. ial  i barges  ol  vagrancy
ui parliament.
.M.il   en.'    '■'.    It"'
.... y ii otion.
.  ma iu  is .ni iv
in ., 'I in order     that  his   mental
Btute might be inquired into.
\ i.i,: i'arry staled complaints hav
lug been made ol a Jap wandering
about annoying ladies by begging, he
ba I arrested accused, alter keeping
lum under observation and catching
a.in ni the act of soliciting from lone
,   , icullj    |y  house's.
w. i c
■ 'H the river pre.erred, and sentence suspended t"
art pasi. our    enable the     accuse,I  to  gel   out     ol
- •   .     .......      \ell.ll.e.      LUUU    lee    -Me'le     W I 11 K    lit     till'   CUIUpS.
,._. ■-...:   ■■.     i' ivttl   leience
. ;   ,,. i nadov,
...  '"'•■     ',:l
iuuug ihe grow-
:. ■   •
 .'i.'.lU
Thomas Reid, accused ot having nee
vislnle means, aud wishing t" iignt
with a Itlend who bad treated bun to
n howl ol soup because the' friend sub
sequent      the      i- ast     had     balled
llllll    e.elet    aS    all    ObjOCl    i.l    I'lllil'lt .V ,   WalS
given  live  hours  to leave  town      aad
recommended  to  go  to  work al   tin'
camps.
Josephy  Kelly,  charged  with    fro -
il
bun as he worked there and every ine
knew him;
P. 0, Bell, sworn, gave evidence of
arresting Lenouk and that the city
police arrested accused on Informa-
tion received.
Con. Terry, sworn, corroborated
the foregoing.
Accused, sworn, stated that , n the
afternoon of 18th, bo was in i;,e depot awaiting No. 13, he buw a man
who asked bun to direct ir.n wnore to
cash their cheque. ■ me mun asked
him to cash a'O.G., he refused, but
asked tbc kid Lezouk to cash same.
The niaa owning the che.ple eliaup -
peared.
Cross examined by G.S. MeCarter,
ast ll to writ several name's, finally
Albert Canyon, spelt name Albert
without the "I ' similar!} to the same
Vancouver Oonservatlve Cluh,
Vancouver,  B.C., .No..  20th,  nil 2.
President Revelstoke i onservatlve
Association,   Uevelstoke,  B.O.
Dear Sir,—I have been, instructed to
advise you that a resolution was passe.1 at the last meeting of the Executive of this Association,     •instructing
ine  to express to you on behalf     ol
the Vancouver Conservatives, our sin
cere appreciation  of the splendid and
genoroUl   treatment   whicli   our  dele -
gates received  at  the  hands of     tin-
people ol Revelstoke during the recent
convention.   I  might sUy that       the
, people of Revelstoke made tliis an oc-
! casion which will long be remembered
I by the Conservatives of Vancouver aB
I one of thc most enjoyable conventions
1 they have ever had the pleasure       of
attending,
I beg to remain,
It.  L.  MAITLANII,
Vancouver   Conservative   Assn.
I    It is with thc greatest pleasure that
we publish the foregoing letter received this morning.
It  nuiBt indeed  be gratifying to all
Mens W.i,ter weight Underwear in elabtic ribbed
and plain knit, ail unshrinkable.   Sizes 34 to 12 —
$1.25 Per Garment
tyVTen's Shirts—Collars attached, cream ground,
fancy   stripes
75c.   Each
tTHen'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.
It will pay you lo look our lines
as well as our heavy rubber stock.
I
WATCH  OUR
WINDOWS
C. S. McFARLAND
WATCH   OUR
WINDOWS
mange as
WANTED*
WILL YOU WORK FOR MB—Show -
ing people my literature about
Port Albeini, the great now seaport of B.O, now being developed by
railroads and other vast interests.
Splendid seller. Liberal commls -
sions, prompt settlements, good nia
terlal to work with. 8. J. Wilson,
119 Hastings street, west, Vancouver, n. 0,
WANTI'lD—Situation us housekeeper,
or general bouse work, by young
Scotch woman, excellent cook. Apply  Ilos  134,  City.
concerned to  realise  that  the eflorts  WANTBD—By a qualified young white
of our citizens to entertain the visiting delegates at the recent Conservative convention were so eminently sue
cessful, as this communication woul.I
indicate, ihe more so as the scntl -
ments expressed in the letter we publish, were repeated on all sides to
the editor of this paper and others,
bi hundreds of well satisfied visitors. I
—Editor.
The Vacuum clothes washer is tbe
best on the market. The price is
right at $3.50.
Why tire yourself out   belore  Xmas
woman, light housework  or nursing
Writ.' Miss Spice,  Revelstoke,  ll.C.
rlLLOW K1VEK mt the
Imum line ol Grand Trim';
jl'iicilie ami Hudson Hay Rail-
■ way. It is the desire of the
Railway Company to make it
one of the most important
teewns iii the entire Canadian
West. Lots $10 down, -1"
monthly; no interest: n»
taxes, Write to-day tor lull
information- Pacific Hone!
Corp.,
., ; opulation oi
iri •-■   gigantic
commercial en-
■ .   a< hieve
meQI          .   .                    - ■■: ■ :"i!   busi ■ quanting a house of ill  fame',  pleael.
ii ii th.' guilty, hc bad  been looking   for     a
.n me y- position as a back  man.  without  suc-
■ •"". cess,
it  tn.' stage Magistrate  Hamilton—There  ,.-    no
■           '" leeeelll    111     Kl'VCL-tokl    fol'    |l|iMlM t I'S    Wll,,
endeavoi   to make a  living on  the un
- sent mind [0rtUntttea    ,,t     society,  you an     *
sturdy  mnn   well  able' lo work,      ami
in.-inke made in the forged C.G. form   in decorating     mid    renovating your
house for the reception of your guests
Allow me to perform this necessury
duty for you, I will supple) Hags,
bunting, holly, mistletoe to suit the
taste of th, most fastidious host. 1
can also polish and renew iiii tin1 furniture for you for a fair remunera -
tion. We presume to state we are
two capable men trying to earn a
Ohrlstmas dinner. Apply by phone to
Y.M.C.A.
and Land
Pacific Iilelg.
Ltd.,  484,
Vancouver, B.C,
what
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attumutue.
anit>
e.e   Llid
and
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there Is a bu- demand i.'i  men at the
Camps,   Vieur sentence  is     suspended
lor    m. Ive boui  . 11 you are caught
■ ie aftei   ihi'   period,  you  will
I"' brought   before mc n
Tin- court adjourned at  i" p.m.
A   further   batch  of eases   we're'
I .1,' ;ti  tin- city  police court    , n
■ sday evening  last Magis
■   mm Hamilton.
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Jam        Doi
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■ only the    pt
' Unmk uud  disi I
it-  en Bix .ail.
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amps.
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an.l  tlie  writing appeared identical.
Other foreigners were also going around mi C.l'.H. time cheques.
Magistrate Hamilton—There is no
question thai yeei; .ire guilty and you
uie a man who could easily earn aii
honest living; tho evidence is absolute. Tins is ,, del berate attempt to
defraud by an Intelligent man. S»n-
tenced  tie twelve months bard  labor
.1. .), Uormby, charged with steai-
,ii.' a watch and chain the property
ol i ;<"   (VI bl - in ; guilty and
sentenced i.e »nths hard la
Court   cdjourn p.m.
cosHEsran
Nov. 371
M.i  A,
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J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone E5
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A DANCE
will be held in St. Francis
Hill   imeier   I
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FRIDAY EVENING
NOV. 29lh
Gent-
Admissinn
$1.       Ladies, 'sl
Talk About Making Money
Out of Revelstoke Property
One mar. who bought 13 lots in Heghic View
Addition a week ago from me has already re-sold
four of them for more than he paid me for the whole
Block.
THAT IS GOING SOME.
It shows that my statement as to thc low price
of these lots was correct. THEY ARE ALL SOLI")
Next week I will have 30 more good lots near
the same place, facing on Eighth Street, at slightly
advanced prices.
If you want any of them speak at once, as they
too will gei quickly. All are inside City Limits with
streets laid out and cement walk on Seventh Street,
within a few yards of the property.
A. McRae. Agent
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
FruitLands
FOR SALE
Galena Bay lands in parcels ol
10 or '20 acres or en bloc Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Drafts on tlie principal cities in the following countries issued without
delay:
Afrlc*
Cuba
Arabia
Denmark
Argentine
Republic
Egypt
Armenia
Finland
Auntmha
Formoag
Austria Hungary
Francr
Belgium
Germany
Bratll
Greece
Bulgaria
Holland
Ceylon
Iceland
Chill
Indie
China
Italy
Crete
Jaren
Macedonia
Ituula
Malta
Ber via
Manchuria
81am
Mexico
Siberie
New Zealand
South Africa
Norway
Spain
Panama
Straiti Settlementa
Prrila
Sweden
Peru
Swltierland
Philippine lalanda
Syria
I nl.im!
Turkey                   0.7
I'urtugel
United Stetea
Rounmnla
Weat lndiei, etc.
These drafts can be drawn in sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, yen,
tads, roubles, etc, according to the money of the country in which they
are payable. This ennbles the payee to obtain the exact amount intended.
REVELSTOKE BRANCH   F. M. QIBSON, Manngor.
NAKUSP BRANCH    H. L.  ROTHWELL,   Mnrent«r
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NOTICE
I have opened up a Restaurant in Lower Town
and will serve all Chinese dishes, such as chop
Suey, .Voodles, etc.
OPF.X ALL NIGHT
KEE MOON
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TELEPHONE   1ST
('mpormiofi ot ihf Miy of
Hi'vi'ivokr.
Court of  Revision ot
Voters' List 1912
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ind tht   lusttitii
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I'hn ti, ,ii ', :,-i,t haw vol Iced ,-, hea o worths
liu id ee.   tho result of Wi   |
•  Revoattokc, in. playi tba fool ne,*- hat     from
■ Imn  been  tbi   kn.iv.i all     tbi ■'■   ,;' i      rtll bo
way through.   Tbte nmn Iiuh pul ■■              ■!   01 'ie                  i    itinl   m
■ i    ■! tbt  law t" ".' .   i'i"'iehmi- twentj   I       in■ i  hal     «i
iilr nnil 1 tinnk „ i i   t,n sentence ri*«djr ben iiihw
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.,.    e   .;,,    era from attempting almilar Hcii.'iiiu'i t"rv lubaci   il                          i  tl im
Lt all ■   umel       H    HCMlstoke. H'"   :    M                                      i  l't      o.
MajjuuaU; lljuuilton-A i>lca for leu the    tribute    will t*.  .Va appnMi
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l't Iwnnl  Krennnrif,  '.f  M
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her 1 tn to try nr  Martell'a ft
i lo with wuu.I. it ||
rrSiiltK "boUiaOdl "f "tlift" woiil'l
4liy Hi- ami ''l tenra llir KliilieliU ,1
,it.  yonr   Drugfttti
-u    . .  i^u» providing olllc
• Lump Coal arriving.   Orders will hsve
prompt attention.
■-
A. Davidson, PH2§2NE
Sewing Machines
A niee new Moch 'if Sintc-
••r and Wheeler Wilmm St-w-
iiii/ Machines
For S le or Hire
l»y thr month   Ht M.'i i, ii ink's.
a.i kiikIh of machine neeolei
itoekcd
MANNING.   Agent.
VIOLIN AND PIANO
STUDIO	
All Instruments Taught
TEACHER OF SINGING
AND VOCAL CULTURE
Directed by
CHEO. LOUIS COVRES
Thia 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
Corner of Victoria Road
ft & WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER
i'H?
THE  ^flZ-A-iri-ECE^-A-LID,  ^ElVElILSTOKiEl
WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBEB 27, 1912.
I
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   .856
Record of Progress for Five Years    1906-1911
1906 1911
Capital       ....       $3,(100.000 M.hm'.oiio
Reserve 3,000.000 4,f;uO,000
Deposits      ....        23,677,730 85,042,311
Loans and Investments         -      27.4.r>7,0!)0 38,854,801
Total Assets         -       -       -        33,090,102 48,237,284
Has 83 Branches In Cnrndn. nnd Agcnta and Correspondents in all
the Principal Cities in the World.
«  OIN. HAL   BANKINO   BUSINCM   TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intorest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoko Branch. W. H   PRATT, Manager
IEI
AUTOMOBILE OPENING
The Dissette Motor Co., Limited
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Provincial Distributors for
OAKLAND AND R. C. H. GARS
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 MOKE OAKLANDS SOLD
than any other medium priced car.
An excellent opportunity for a live local man to get
into the business in time to receive the benefit of sMes
that are bound to result with the bettering of road conditions.
For particulars communicate with the
DISSETTE MOTOR CO.. LIMITED
Vancouver, B. C.
LOZIE,   OAKLAND   ANO   R, O   H.   AUTOMOBILES
. . . It Miqht Be Cold. . .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent Ouriecord of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
nnd verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -       Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
IfJCST NKWLY REr.UKEU
RATES,
$1.50 PER DAY
Weekly ami monthly rates to tie arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 menls (or J6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, 13. C.
A. P. LEVI5SQUK, 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
Clg».r?     Rater $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J".   -AaXiBHlRT     STONE     PROP
Central Hotel 8,
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
E.   Q.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hoi Air, Pip*
and Furnnoo work
-WORK   SHOP-
Oonnftucht Av*.   •   R*v*l*tok*
UNION HOTEL.
ARlttJWHKAl). H. 0.
:•] al  Attention ulr.-n   to  oommercla'
iiii<ii nnd tnnrist*. First-claw sainph
rejourn. I'Mimi Reentry in Uritish Oolumbia, ovnrlookiiiK Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
12001
* Vancouver, B. C, *•£
*£   DiSAU Friend: *£
I heard that an Agent of the Domestic Utilities T
SCo. is in your city demonstrating the use of the Vac- *&
uum Clothes Washer.     As you know my husband is an T
*¥    engineer and he gets his clothes dreadfully dirty.   I Jg
V    lind atter using different kinds of soap and washing T
S    compounds so  highly advertised that nothing works V
so well and quickly to get them perfectly clean as the T
S    Vacuum Clothes Washer, and 1 recommend you to get y
one as it will lighten your work 20 per cent.   If you ¥
Shave any friends interested you might tell them the vp
great success I have had- *&
m                             I remain, Your Sincere Friend, <£
* E. A. <$*
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BUSINESS LOCALS
Clean coal at Couralor's.
The "Sugar Bowl" hot chocolato,
ooflee and tea, etc., is unsurpassed.
Leave orders for private greeting
cards at Hews' Drag Store.
Christmas cards und culeudars uow
on sale at Hews' drug Btore.
Forty per cent Cod Liver Oil Kin -
ulsou will positively cure a child's
cough aud Ht its system for a rigorous winter.   Sold at Bews' drug store
The "Sugar Bowl Fountain}', like
Ckurlics Aunt, is still ruuniug. Wu
ure still serving out to satisiied customers our delicious ice cream, sodas
und  Suudaea.
The uew game "ltuodlcs" ut Bew.s'
Drug store.
Her time wus wrong,  her tuuo wuf
bad;
i'he Bluck Key  Study  mude her uud,
She suid good bye to uil the fuss,
And  bought a Courlny Augclus,
At tbu  itevelstoke Music Store.
Ail subscribers uot receiving tbe pu-
per regularly are requested to com -
n.uu.cue with the editor, Mall-Herald
Box 814, Kevelstoke B.C., in order
that their complaints may be rectified! Write your full nume aud ad -
dress legibly, and your complaint will
be attended to promptly.
Tho "Sugur Bowl" Luncheonotto is
now running in connection with our
soda fountain. Ladies will find here
a comfortable place to get an afternoon cup of tea, chocolate, codec,
beef tea and light refreshments.
LIVtLY SESSION LOOKED
FUK Ar Tht CAPITAL
Coiiluded From Page Three
KALC1D1 NOTES
KOOTENAY      LODG1S,  No.   'A A.   Y
and A. M.
Regular meetings aro hold ln MAS
ON1C TEMPLE. Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday iu each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially   welcome.
W. THOMSON,  W. M.
W.  U.   ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
o. w. o. W.
Mountnin  View Camp.  No.  'tit
Mi>Kt»  Second    and      Fourth  Wednes
days    '.n   each  month   in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen arc
cordially Invited to attend
A.   J.   WOODLAND,   Con.  Com
JAMEB McINTYRE.  Clerk.
COURT      MT.     BEGBIE.    No. M61
OF I. O. F.
Meeta lo I. O O. F. Hall next    to
Tapping's Opera Houoe every second
and fourth  Monday In  montb.  Visit
ing bretbren cordially welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON.   Ree.-8ec
SELKIRK      LODUE 12,  1.  O.  O.  F
Meets every     Thursday evening   ln
Selkirk  Hall at 8 o'clock.     Visiting
bretbren  cordially invited.
JOHN LYON      N. O.
JAS.   MATHIE,   Sec.
GOLD HANOE LODGE,      K. of    P.,
NO.  16,   REVELSTOKE,  B.  O.
Meet* every Wedneaday except   tbe
Third Wedneaday ol each month     In
Oddlellowa'  Hall at I o'clock. Viaitlng Knights are cordially Invited.
F. W. TERRY, O. O.
Q. H. BROCK, K. ol R. * S.
M. nf F.
HARVEY. McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  Bank  Building  Rovelstoke, B. O.
Money to Loan.
Offlcte-Revelstoke,   B.   O
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. B. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham,
Revelatoke,
aad
J. A. Harvey
Cranbrook
ROBERT  SMITH.
Provincial  Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Englneerlni
HcKENZIE AVE.,
BOX    106,    REVELBTOKE
W.   H.   WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
P. O. Box HC, Revelstoke, B.C.
NOTICE
NtltOD  Land District.
District of West Kootenuy.
Take notioe that I'atrick J. Murphy
o! Weet Lemurs, 11. C, occupation,
Ituucbcr, intends to apply lor prrniis-
non to purchase tbc following described lands
Commencm; at a post plunted at
the North Eact Corner of District
Lot No. 85<M, thence >n . N chains,
thenco aouth 2D chains, theuce west
.'I) ib.i.n», thence north 2n chuinfl, to
point ot commencement, containing
40 acres. I.nn I situated rnst ol East
Drmare, It. O. Pate of Location, De-
remlitr 3rd,  1911.
Duted  October 17tb,   1912.
PATRICK  J.   MU..HV.
NOTICE
Revised   Statutes    of    Canada,   1906,
Chup.   115   aud   Amending   Acts.
Pursuant to the above Statute the
Columbia River Lumber Company,
Limited, give notice tbut 30 days
after date they intend to apply by
petition to the Covernor-in-Council
(or approval of the site and of the
plans of a bridge proposed to be constructed in and over the Columbia
River at or near a point about flve
nv.les South of Golden in the Prov -
ince o! British Columbia.
A plan and description of the proposed site and of the bridge to be
constructed have been deposited with
the Minister of Public Works at Ottawa and a duplicate thereof in tho
Lnnd  Registry  ofllce at Nelson,  B.C.
Dated this 18th day of November,
1912.
Columbia     River    Lumber  Company
Limited.
By thoir Solicitor,
1st iss. No.20 5w      Geo. S. MeCarter
YJU TAKE NO .iiiiii
Our Reputation and Money is
back ot this Otter
Wc pay for all the medicine used
during the trial, If our remedy fails
to completely relieve you of constipation. We take all tho risk. You are
not obligated to us in any way
whatever, if you accept our offer.
Could anything be more fair for you?
Is there any reason why you should
hesitate to put our cluiniB to actual
test ?
The most scientific common-seuse
treatment is Rexall Orderlies, which
are eaten like candy. They are very
pronounced, gentle and plenBant in
action, and particularly agreeable in
every way. They do not cause diar -
rhoea, nausea, flatulence griping or
any inconvenience whatever. Rexall
Orderlies arc particularly good for
children, aged and delicate persons.
I We urge you to try Rexull Orderlies,
at our risk. Two sizes, 10c. and 25c.
Remember, you can get Rexall Rem-
; edies in this community only at our
I store—the Rexall Store, Walter Bews'
drug store.
The hotel is tull,.o.' guest, and every
une is enjoying thc exceptionally delightful weather with which we are
now  favored.
Mr. Meredith i.l the Oanadian Pa -
cifiC Lumber Co., Ltd.. arrived yesta-r
view of tlie general fueling through -
out Canada that express rates are in
tolerably high, the ruilwuy board
Hboiilel muke a thorough iuveeiigu -
lion of the whole question of freight
rates covering  dividends paid  by  the   lla>' ,rtjm ve™°n. a"d lett thlB morn'
ing on the Adam Hall on au inspect
ion trip of the company's properties.
Mt-. il, A. Pendell of Eholt, left for
ber bome this morning after a pleasant visit ot several days. duration,
and was delighted at the opportunity
ot renewing association with Halcyon
where she acted as nurse in the early
days o! thc sanitarium.
Rev. G. W. Hartley of Nakusp, conducted devine service on Friday evening last.
The
here.
Companies for past five yeurs, with a
view to remedying conditions now
complained of.
MESSENGER DIBS IN FIT.
Ottawa, Nov. 25—Napoleon Juliet,
371 Decollete street, Montreal, employed as a sessional messenger iu
the house of commons, was soizod
with an epileptic lit at thc corner of
Burette Lane and Clarence street tonight and died before aid could l«
summoned. He was 70 years of age
ami hud only urrivod in Ottawa to -
day for the session.
BOARD CONSTITUTED.
Ottawa, Nov. 25—An order iu council bus  beeu passed     establishing      a
fisheries board of an advisory character,   lt   is  reported  as   an   important
forward step looking toward the   development of the fisheries     industry.
The new board will consist of in part
government otticials and those engaged iu the Industry. There will be thru;
committees, oue for the Atlantic, one
for the prairie provinces and one for
British   Columbia.  The  ollicial  mem -
bers of thc  board will  be tbe deputy   Mr.  Geo.  Ward,  bath attendant, who
minister of fisheries,    the     assistant  has gone on an extended vacation to
superintendent,  the expert on  fish cur   Honolulu.
ing aud the commissioner of fisheries
poultry business is a bucccbb
i laws. The botul table has been plcnti
1 fully supplivd with chi' ken and duck
for months, an,l two nne geese were
Bh.pped to West Demara last week.
Mis. Blond.n is having great success
in this line and is supplying largo
quantities of poultry to tbe C.P.R.
steamers,
Mr. P. be Ilourdios of Clinton has
recently taken charge of thc tele -
graph and eiprcss office.
Mr.   Thos.  Turner  is  here  relieving
EMPHATIC   DENIAL.
Ottawa, Nov. 25—An absolute dc -
■aial was given today by Premier Borden and Hon. Frank Cochrane, minister of railways, to the stories publish
ed in tbe western press, that the G.
T. P. and the government are com .
ing to an ugrecment to sacrifice the
policy of an all-Canadian highway by
turning thu Grand Trunk Pacific traffic line into American routes.
"As fur as the government is concerned, you can give the whole story
a  most emphatic  dcniul;   you  cannot
Among those registering at the
sanitar.um during the past iwo weeks
uro:—Mrs, Peurson, T. Ayres, H. Mulholland, S. Bodin, U.K. Cole, J. A.
Maxwell, J. Baker, Mr. and Mre. R.
Cordon and children, Miss E. Gordon
Miss M. Sutherland, H. Gordon, Geo.
Wady, O. aiid H. Loomes, all ol
Revelstoke; F.E. Camp, Dr. E. J.
Sim the, o. Lindgbcrg, W. Gosnell, oi
Nelson; E. Levy, Rossland; R. S.
Thomas, Proctor; U. V. White and L.
R. McG.nnis, Sandon; D. McEacheni.
Kerns-dale; Capt. G.L. Eusterbrooke
und son,  Penticton;  W.  Holmer, Tor-
make the denial too strong," said the   onto;   Thos-   Sweeney,   Kamloops;   H.
S.   Wilson and R.  Long,    Vancouver;
W. A. Keith, Beaver Dell; Capt. John
premier.
Hon. Frank Cochrane was equally
emphatic in his denial and Btamped
the whole story as ridiculous. "It is
the lirst I have heard ot  it," he added
As far as the government is aware
at present the Grand Trunk Pacific
intends to take over the National
Transcontinental railway when it is
completed.
The Lone Star Cleaning and Pressing  Eporium,  will    make    your    old
son, Comaplix; Mrs. A.S. Blondin,
Birch Grove Farm; D.A. Rankin and
A. Mcljueen, Prince Rupert; Thos.
Turner, Arrowhead; Mis. G. Arthur,
Rendell, Eholt; G. W. llartley, Na-
ku.-p; Mr, .,,,,1 Mrs. J. Vallance, and
Mibb HeUn Wiimard, ThoB. Meredith,
of Vernon.
tsiaiiish Land banks
Lunik
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C
beforejbuying your outfit of working clothes
for the'bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
reonifd in vour busi time.
DAILY
>     MEMORANDUM
?IU IVININGS UNTIL 0 O'CLOCK
Let Us Loan
You the Money
AT
5°|o
To Buy
PAY   OFF
MORTGAGES
OR    IMPROVE
REAL ESTATE
Seo Our Plan
Phone, Write or Call
THE CANADIAN HOMEj
INVESfMENr CO,. EfD.
C. J. M1RSHILI
Representative
clothes look like new.     Try our New j    Paris,  Nov. 22—In conneUion    with
Clubbing Rate, four suits    and    four Amoussador   Herncn's   suggestion  for
extra pants pressed  per month,      for establishing a     system u: land cred-.i
two dollars and fifty oants. Don't for- bunas  in  the  United  Stales,  it b  In-
get  the  address—Lone  Star  Cleaning teresting   to  uote   that   the   Chamber
nnd Pressing, Shoe shine and Mcssen- of ueputies will also be called upon to
ger  Service,  McKenzie  Avenue,    near consider   a   bill  extending   ibe  system
Star theatre.
How Much of Your Road Money is
Spent in Filling Ruts ?
T I" the millions of ilollars that have been spent repairing worn-
out,  washed-out streets and roads had been used to build
more miles of good highway!, fewer farmers would now be
waiting valuable time and money taking "round-about" routes
lo town.
PIRST cost of an ordinary dirt or macadam road is usually
only a  "starter."    The cost of upkeep soon equals that
first cosl and there is always an ever-increasing annual expense
for repairs.    Thc worst feature of it is that such a road is
never a really first-class highway.
TN estimating the cost of a road you should include the ex-
pense of keeping it in good condition for at least twenty
years,     If you don't, you're figuring on the first payment for
tli.it road, only.     And thc remaining payments are as certain
as taxes.     The upkeep cost of concrete roads ii practically
nothing.
Concrete roads are the beat road* from the first   and
the beat and cheapest roada at the end of ten, fifteen
and twenty yeara.
/TjNCRETE in tlir Ideal paving material for street! in small towns at
^  well jii for metin highways In tlie country.
Edward N. I fines, Wayne County, Michigan, Road Commissioner,
and one cf America's foremost authorities on guud reads, sari:
Aeiv ■ - iMee uie it, ileal wae, I. a ireeet ree.d. ataaalhal tl thaaaeer for eaen a ahort
lieiee. under lanly te.a.v Irnflie llean any ether |a»««t reeaet. a ree.,1 that la lie-,.
ppntttfll). n ainininril. a road thai taeantlari Mai duatla.a. a road that la nei
r lii-iei e . ,a lem.J thai all-inl, i[,e,„t I, ee-tiua for aaj type ot Tabicla 366 day* la
lhe yrar, a road lhal be lie- lone rua. far 10. 15, 20 jreere and loniar. la tha
, hrape.l of all anod reaet*. attoukllnreatiiata the BBeffHej of concrete.
\X7"KrrK fter the tacts about Concrete highways.    Whtn convinced,
* '    use ynur Influence tee have the roads for which you pay built to Lut.
We have highway experts who will viiil any community intending
(n build meete roads and explain jusi why and how concrete roads are best
nnd cheapest.
Canada Cement Company Limited
610 Herald Building, Moatml
//iter >eem; way of car big ftrt book Jn.ft,, meat" Wh.l lhi Farm
ri tttt 'l'i llllll tonitrtrt'-  tr r.f   retitrjin l"
y
oi land  banns     to Bmall commercial
and industrial euteriiribct.. ibe plan
is baaed ou the uBeociation of suiull
dealers among themselves, the action
of the State being directed toward
stimulating  their  initiative.
With that end in view,  the Government      wili  confine  it»elf   to fuvonng
the creation of people's banks by aim
plifying formalities aud  remitting tax
iation,  and in addition,  proposes     to
put at the disposal of these banks the
greuter part of the sum advanced  by
the bank ni t'tuaix- by  virtue of    the
Icouventiou  of  UU.   The   first  degree
of credu for the small    dealer     will
| rest on thc mutual guaruut.ee associa-
■ tiou,  which will givo to the signature
of  the least of its members a negotiable value. Bills endorsed     by these
lussoc.ations could, of course,  be    discounted at exibtiug  banks,    but    the
gradual      disappearance  of  the smalt
.country   oanns and thc centralization
|ol business in the big  banking houses
make  it advisable,  if  not  imperative,
to encourage the foundation ol popular banks analogous to thoae existing
abroad.
A aum, J2,*u(/,U00, will be placed at
the disposal of these banks under the
lorm of advances without interest.
These popuiai banks will thus assure
short term credit to the small dealer
but it has seemed no less necaaaat|
to orgauue a system of exWuvled
credit, luJmpcnsable for tbe lounda •
tion or extens.on ol a business cuter
prise, u credit which it has become al
most in.possible lor the small or mod
erateiy Mzed nrm to obtaiu.
To remedy this situation thu bill
proposes the creutiou of a central ea-
jtablishmeut under the shape of a
stock company, the. capital ol which
shall be subscribed by banks or pro-
lesBioual associations and tho statu
tea ol which shall be approved by
decree. The government will ratily
the nomination of the principal officials and will exerciae a right of control over the operations of the com -
pany. This establishment will grant
loans under certain guarantees (or
from 1 to li years, in exchange for
which it will .ssue bonds which may
lie put in public circulution. Tbo
fcltat* will fm-niah a guarantee fund
of *1,000,000.
Suffocated in Laundry
Vancouver, Nov, 20— Two Chinese
were suflocateed early today ln a fir*
in a laundry on Second avenue weat.
There were 8fi men ln the building
when it took fire. All but two escaped and rushed madly in their night
clothing along the nearby strwta.—
Excbangc. ".EDNESD.J
tl e.R
TIKES 3VCA.IL-I3IEI?,J^ILiU,   Tl P -XTELSTOiKIE!
WEDNESDAY,  N0VUM3BR
1912.
LIVELY SESSION LOOKED |
FOR AT THE CAPITAL
Many Questions Already Bt fore the House—-
i peecn From tne Throne Contains no Men
tion of
:  whore
i-ituti  :■.
art from i       warm '   Iconic from ine Liberals.
Ulkil ,.c.i   ...       i ion.      i ior1  Roger    i ii.ii moved   a
;. ie   fo     ill   moi ions,  concltt Hug with
.1 proi i.ii li ii  the house .- hould ad
ji ei uu mil il  Moirdaj.  wh in tho debate
on  the address  would  bo taken     up,
■;  ' ■ ;-    No on    o 'ject. el to i li.' proposal and
-..   ii.     when Speaker  Sproule had  presented
.i |y   the' annual  ropoi t  ...  i he parllanif nl
...  | ut Ua    ni) I ii.' In use adjourned.
TAHITI-   CO     IISSION.
The .        iou fron   l he   -, cech Irom
i be tin   ue ..i un)  i efei once to tho tar
ii: commission,  bill,  which wns killed
^^^^^^^^^ iusi yent b)  Lhe somite, wi ■ nppoar
I  ........    to lie ,,  i i... i leal ■ onlirmatlon ol  ili.'
in tne  rumor that bus been current for some
ms i ■•■' Me   iime  tin.I   the    nieusuia    would     be
i   . and li   ■   dropped  Ioi   e his suSBlon.
No ohicial explanation Is [orthcom
Ing, imt it. Is thought Ukelj thai the
government fears thai the seaate
woul.I nol cu.iiu m its ati.i n.i. town! ds
lbe measure. The fact  thui   tho speech
trom the throne contains no reference
Don't  bind  your buck  nnd  nib jour
iiii"..re siei.' on a  wash board,     Get
.i   .; in  washer and Btand up     aa
. i ralghl .is j ou like to your wurk. \
11 iftil ol cloth is washed ri lit und
cleun in three to five mlnutos,
Tho Vacuum clothes washer is demonstrated daily al   tho old  Kootona)
, He s,  b'lrsl  slri'i'l  nl. 3:3(1  p.m.     It.
m  worth every  woman's while to at-
I tend.
LIQUOlt ACT,   l'JIO.
NOTICE
Notiee is hereby given that, on tho
ii i iini ol Umc,mi,ner neu, application will he made to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police tor renewal
of the hotel licciis' to sell liquor by
retail In tho hotel known us tho
Qmoler Houbo hotel, minute at Qiao- WETASKIWIN,
lor, in bbe Provlnco of British Colum-   REVELSTOKE
Notico iH hereby given, thut an ap-
liliciition will bo mude to the Parliament oi Cuuuda ut the next session
thereof, for an Act to incorporate a
Company under the nniiie oi "THE
VELLOWHEAD uud
RAILWAY     HOM
ED OF DKINK
■      -   PLE REMEDY.
bin.
Duted  this  mil  of  October,   1912,
J. M. I'Ol mi, Applicaut.
i.-.i issue Nov. tl,
A
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then  m.,..
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occasion
: .. t.on ho inti
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Mrs.
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;    : and in. member
put   ||   e|IICS
i, after his i oyal
highness, thi  g               eneral  nnd at ol uny bind to the tarifl is taken to
ir were in- mean that there will I.e no tarifl raid took the oath ol office v-lalon of a    comprehensive character
,.;    .,;                        im tbi, year's budget, although 8ome
Senal                  Curry,  Amherst, minor changes  will undoubtedly     be
.-.,1   tViliiatn Dennis, Hali- ma«e.
atoi    rge Gordon, MANY QUESTIONS.
Nipia   ng; Senato. Harry Corby, Belle The tact thut there is no roerence
, en the speech to redistribution la alao
,..,,, (,.,,,„ ,,,,. tuken to nieiiii thut thia measure will
:   on   ■'■.■.-   1. nil  It mil  liu
,   , ,  ,  ,,,.,,   <„,, noi   be  broiiK it down   tins session.   It
clerk oi  the Benate Btating  that sen- *
ol  Kingston had  uot •■ evidently no, the intention of   the
[ot ,,,.. last two government to bring down a mil. at
The matter wns referred to any rate, a deflntte decision muy not
been
tne bi -..     " ■   on orders uud customs
e
« j-    I i..ei	
2.4    . . m.
I;. \\    Roi    gave notice   ol
the i luction of corre
ween the British nnd
Canadian g • ■ • i on the Panama
canui. Senator Belcourt Introduced a
bill respecting tbe pollution of the
navigable waters. Tbe senate ad
jo irn  I . .. - la)  afternoon.
bordei    was  not    in    the
oi after the mom-
■--.:-.   n tbi  se aate t.e hear
yal     highness     read the speech
throne.   In h.s absence all
!•   •" ::...,. a. I ■ as were proposed by
Hul..  R     .    Rogers and secon.led byl
Hot and adopted
with nment.
COMMONS   ARE   SUMMONED       j
When Gaptian Ernest Chambers, tbc
usher , I the Black Rod, hu,i made bis
custormarj jances and  summoned
iker and thc commoners gen-1
.    over to thi  Benate cham-
it  111 ..I  12 obeyed.The few
who idi I  S r  v, IHrid
Laur.- .. • I   -he half hour  in
c. avei.-..-.. :. w ith ilt    .'er, llle,  member foi   Mais :.:.    .      lohn Standttold
ch;e.'  .-. hi]   of the l     -    •  tlve party,
who .   aversed   •■.:.'. i.t-  I  Henderson I
and Ht:.. J rphy, who Bpent
the     time    in conversation  wltb Mr.
Kyti     :  .. S    S.
throm   Bald In
mnier
Bl ' eral month In ..? I ing I he
,' ins ol  Canada
iron
le acquaint tions pr;
\n.ling - ■        deep
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universa
::..-   igb  ut   th
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SoU I
■ • ■   .    • [our men
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wit . govermea
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litiot        .        ■ I wh
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tire tbat i
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He i id by Col
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H.   I-     ' el   '■:.    '   .
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Martin
Burrill and George H
' er for •'■    - i      !■'.
lor Carlctou
■   unttj     '-.■ -  in' t   ' '
V. Reid alone. Aloi M rrlaion the
new member for Macdonald, Man.,
bad  tbe  h.
• a     n  :. Bteri   oi the crown,
flanked on the riijht and left  by Hi
• ,dJ Hon. W.J. Roche
I   J   Cardin, who was n-elect'id mcin-
Rlchelleu, after being unseat-
"1.   bad   an ex-premier  und  ox-post-
r istsi   - it ■  sponsors, being
igbt .nt.. thi   ' 'i.i:. boi  by Sir Wil
fri I   Laurier  an '   Hot    Ri lolphe I.e
i   . -..    Mr   Hi rr   . -     "■ i     received
;.• m by the     government
^unjjyftwB, wWe Hi. Canto got  a
be reached until its supporters   have
caucua,  An indica
te whole snute,  which  ueen  consulted  in
.  :  .ni Tuesday ati1'014 ^n1 tllc spss'ul> «m I"-' a lively
| one is afforded     by the    preliminary
. in in dnsputr, ;
nl  i cur im pro\ lder
I    .    Imi,I    M,r.i I-
ii     i.i'ini,iin;     habits,
Ills in.in,.,  health
i miii.,    hud   llltlnnie'il
nl   created
. :m\ in ;   innl   Mils eon- l
In nor  und   breaks   all
till i     i \ ii lew  es -; la
..   .. yuu aro n w .t ry.
i   set  ,     "Jtl.,-.   i iiinkiim   I
At)'   mis.enn,I
mi   i  neTie when n«
in   Port   ami  ir
I   ■; lie ei. acl  to  tell   iiim
,i. ., .el ii-.     sunt      n».
i     ...   io,   sn   I
■   iit   ., ml   ...'    i   . find   ..; tie for ieur
one   Willi!      e .n     "mm     lie   wrlted
• .        -iiU.nilie e-on-
,    and    lie    le-e-n
: ■    nvo  Tor  ■ i i-i ii li     in
'm -i. he.     i ;.iny liquor tcm
i   .■  iim-   nt   m>   -;i - inu  ii   lo  1.1 :n.       i
i. el   i  .mi      Bay   toe   much   in  favor
ol ertul   Ke me'.ly.
Trenton,  tint."
'  mi Pri seri] tlnn     steeps     this
nn   ■   ■  drink,     li     restores  the
* h iklni   :        s. Improves the npp-'tIte
m'm       ■      lieuith, nu 1  mnkea drink
dlstnsti 'nl    n i  ' vi n  nnuBeous.    lt  Is
n-.i re   ilnr'y by Physicians and Hns-
plt: is.  iii    m  tiistelesa    and  odorless,
lisolvln :  I istuntls     in    tea. coffeo or
I.M'-!.
Xeuv. If ■.., i in nw    any    home on
ivh'ch  tin   eurpe .e;  drink tins fallen, I
',  || ihem rl n!n  Pri«trlptlon.    11
in   have  n  lr.   -ine'.   iuui, -r,  brother   Married Woniuu,  intends to apply for
:   "h'n!  !    ,.        l,TmhyohureelfS "wru: PTmlaBlon  to  purchase  tho  lollowiug
I...:, v described  lauds:
\   I !'.: !'   HTM    PACKAGE of Pa-
in ■'M,   i... B(,rtj ivlth booklet, Klv-I ^^^^^^^^^^
's.     testlmoniuls, the  bouth  boundary oi and uil chuius
-..,. absolutely tree west from the South East Coruer of
.,.: n: Id  In i" iln s -i.e,i package ,
i-,;,. -     for ii  i.r.1  mention- Lot   istl,  Group  uue,  Kootenay  Dis-
I'»ndi nee  Bac- trict| aud marked "Lana A. llloudiu's
mflde   iini     \\ rite to-day. The
I'.'eNi,' wiili power L, construct niiel
operate the following linos, uuniel>.-
i omiUdncing at or near Lloyd u inner
ui  tho i'lo.inee of Aliuria;   ilicnc::  in
——    a  wesituiy  uud south-westerly  cl-'ec-
NOTIClil ition crossing tho Grand Trunt }Jat l'o
| Railway ut or near  Vikiu.;,     theuco
I continuing  in a  westerly  niiel ,1 ,utb-
Revelatoke Luud District. I westerly direction croaalug tno ii.ua-
Dl8trlct of West Kooteuay. ,ll.ui     paoillo     Hallway  baitvuen tiie:
Tako   uotice     that    J, John Albert I towns ol Clinton aim Lawn; theuce in!
Lango, ol London,  bingland, ocoupa- L  westerly  uud Bouth-waai,erly   direction, Traveller, Intends to apply    f^  tlon    to     tno City ol     WeiA.k'.win;
permission to purcbase the lollowing thence In a westerly illr.n;Ui to   lU-
doacrlbed laud; Saakatohowan  river;    '.n-nce wesur.y
Commencing at a post planted !»/ following the valley nf iuu r..imu
North Must Uornur ol Lot HOtil, ou|,|vel| ur Bucll otll0i. Vllll.iy ,u, lr,,y Lo
the Upper Arrow Lake, und tun*hod. (oun(| uraotloal, to or near uo i.eud |
"J.A.L.S.B. Corner." theuce northUvatera oi tha Brattoa river; thBin.o Inl
lu ehuins uloug tho Bhoro ol Airow|0 north-weaterly direotloa down the
Lake, thenoe west 20 chainB, IUoumjl itoeay rner valley, or such . ti.er I
BOUtb 10 cha.us, iln nee east 'I'l c!i.alnB uourso ua may be found fHasiclc, to j
to poiut of commencement, contain -1 tbe Vellowhead 1'usa or sucn     other
FULL   LINE  OF   GENTS   SHOES
The well knowii Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solid leather Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also cany a full line of Tan
Shoes.    Call and see them  before purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Bool and Shoe Repairers,
Ruil tilers
Hm nous Mnkors
in,,' SO acres, more or less,
liutod 19th September, lll'l.
JOHN  Al.liKKT LANslH,
Per Fredrick Vi. Terry, ^i-out.
1st issue Sopt. 2Sth
NOTIOB
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Tako notico  that I,  Laua A.  Dlou-
diu,    ol     Halcyon,  11. C, occupation
Commencing ut a post planted    ou
■ n  : -
•
batch oi questions. Considerably over
100  have  already  been  placed  on  tbe   Also for  Sale  by
order puper.
Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux is thu bus-
ifjst member of the opposition, unless
than ^l questions Btandlng In bis
name. He asks if Messrs. .Murine,
Lake and Din-hurme of thc house service commission have completed their
labors and il their commissions have
i.cen cancelled. Mr. Lemieux also
wants to know if the- postoll'ice <l«-
partment is going to establish a pai
eels system. Mr. Lemieux also wants
io liud out the truth in regard to
Armnn.l Laversgno's statement that
Mr. Monk receive,1 an assurance from
Mr. Borden before entering the cabinet thut a plebiscite would be taken
before a contribution to tbe British
navy would be decided upou.
F. B. Carvell will ask H Misfl Nan
tei bas been appointed to the Oanadian agency in ran-, wub tbe salary
she received and   by   whom   was  paid.
Hou.  Charles  Murpbj   will  ask haw
many citizens of the  Unitt
have    been employed by th
ment  seine November  i, 1911.
The  Brat   resolution  on  the    order
paper is ... KM. Macdoual I ol i' ■
ns follows:
"That   in  the   - ,   :
the British preferential tarifl
apply only to goo
, lana la by sh p to a Cai sea
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Mrf in,ver wll
tJdmoaion.
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C.   R.  Macdonald,
Druggist,   Hevelstoke,  B.  C.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that on the
1st day of December n.'xt, appiica -
i.oti will be made to the Superintendent of i'rovincinl 1'olico for renewal
of the hotel license to sell liquor by
retail in the hotel knowii us the City
Hotel, situate in Arrowhead, prov -
nice of British Columbia.
Hated this lilth day ol October,
1912.
ROBERT r.WI.F.Y,
1st iiss.  Oc.l'J  ilud. Applicant.
NOTK.c
Revelatoke Laud District.
District ol West Kootenai.
Take     notice    that     1, Adala
Blondin, of Halcyon,  B, C, oc
tion Shlpwlght,  Inti n iy for
lollowing
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s south of a point in the routn
.nr;.   ui      Lot   i8T2,   d'eju;.
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North-West Coiner l'ost"; tbence
south 20 chuius, thence eust 40
chuius, thence north 20 chaius to said
south boundary of suid Lot 7872,
thence wost along said bouudary 4U
chains more orleaa to tbe point oi
commencement contuining lill acres
more or less.
Dated September 23rd, 11112.
LANA  A.   BLONDIN,
Per A.  S.  Blondin, Agent.
Ist issue Sept. 25.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of  West  Kooteuuy.
Tuke  notice  thai   I,  Samuel  Jnmes
Hut'low,  occupation,  Farmer,  intends
to apply for  permission to puivhus.'
thc following described lunds:
Commencing at a post plauted     a>
the Noitn  West Coiner of     Lot ')'22.i,
tb. nee  west   l1 chains, thence    soutb
li) chains,    thenca    cast   in cbains,
uoitb   i ■ chains to point     of
commencement and    containing    Uu
more or  .■
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8 AML'Kl.  JAMES  HARLOW,
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thenco iu u westerly and south .vest-
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the Canoe river in the I'ro.ince of
Dr.tish Columbia; thencc down tbu
valley of the Canoe river, or uuch
other vulley us muy be found practical, to the junction of the Canoe river
with tho Columbiu. river; theuco dowu
the Columbia river valley to the City
of Revelstoke in tho Province o' Ilnt-
ish Columbia.
Dated at Wetaskiwin in thc I'r.iviuc
Dated at Wetaskiwin in the Province
of Alberta, this 4th day of November
A. D.,  1912.
LOQGIH & MANLEY,
Of Wetaskiwin,  Albortn,   Solicitors
for Applicant!.
5 weeks, 1st issuo Nov. Oth
SYNOPSIS   OF  COAL  MINING
REGULATIONS.
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Mi.     Bra : ui      i      li ■  .   ipaoting
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Bradbur)   An act reapaoting the
it Hags.
J, a. m.  a. kena   An at t to a ■
tbo  Hank act.
Mr. i. unie— A:, act to   amend   tl
■ i.nn'mi code.
lll'iliw.w IMPROVEMENT.
Hon, Mi. i locbrani bn   t von . il.
of hn: intention to ro Introduce a bill
"to encouragi and oasis! tbo Improve
ment of tho highways."
He.n. II 11    KiiiniMiriiii  Imi. glvt u nu
ti.-c ol n resolution declaring thai   n
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Coal mining rights of the Dominion
in Manitoba, Suskatchewuu und Al
bertn, tho Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories ami iu a portion of the Province ol Uritish Col-
umbla, may be leased lor a term oi
twenty-one years at an annual rental of JI an Here. Not more thuu
1,501 acres will be leased to ouo applicant.
Application for lease must bc matte
hy the applicant in person to the
Agent or Sub-Agent of tho district
in which the rights upplied for nre
situated.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described by eectious, or legal
--i:h div.senna of sectious, and in un
surveyed territory the tract applied
or shall be staked ou*. by the ap -
plicant  himsel!.
tiach applicart mist bc accompau-
led by a fee of >.■ which will bs re-
liuidcd If the rights applied tor are
net available, but uot otherwise. A
royalty shall bo puid on tho merchantable output of tbe mine at the
rate of five cents per ton,
ihe person operating the miue shall
lurnlsh the Ageut with sworu retuniB
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
1 rlghta nro not being operated, such
returns should be furnished at least
- to plane of com ,„„,.,, u y,.ar
The laaae will include the coal una-
Bg  rmhts only,  hut the lessee    may
be  permitted  to     purchuse  whatever
able surface rights may be cou-
 1   necessary  (or  the  working  ol
nine at the rate of     (10.UU     un
acre.
Por full    Information    application
!  !ro made to the Sccictury    of
.■ ■ ;, .r' n.Miit   of  the  Interior,    Ot-
to  'In'  Agent or  Bub-Agent
unti.on   Lands.
W. v.   CORY,
iy   Minister of  the  Interior.
nii   Unauthorised  publication    of
• advsrtlasmant   »,ii  not be paid
Howson (3& Co.
Aie  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. Oo
S. G. ROBBINS
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing CM
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Con.iaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Thorn- JS1
Night Phone 411
P. O.  Box 4if
WHITE STA*=LARGE5T 5TEAHERS^[AHADA
ROVAL MAIL STKAMKRS
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CHRISTMAS   SAILINGS
Portland, Maine llulilax Liverpool
From Kroui
l'ortliiml     Halifax
New s.s.   "Laurentic" Dec   7   Dec.   S
"    s.s. Teutonic       "    H       "    IS
"   s.s. Camilla         "   21       "   22
New B.s. Megantic and Laurentic, 15,t)00 tons, Largest from " Canada, all
classes carried.
S.S. Teutonic, 5S^ feet, 18,000 li. p. S. S. Canada, 514 feet, 10,UIK) tons.
Curry only second antl third class, lia^a^e checked through to steamer iu
lioml.   No hotel or Transfer Expenses.
WH1TB STAU UNE WHITE STAR LINE
New York       Queenstowu       Liverpool    New York       1'lymouth,     Cherbourg,
Southampton
S.S.Celtic   Dec   S  S.S.  New York Nov. 23
S. S. Cedric    Dec 12  S.S. St. Paul Dec. 14
S. S. Ualtic     "    19   • S.S. Sl. Louis Dec.
'American Line Steamer.
Company's Office, 619 Second Ave., Seattle, 3 doors from Cherry Street,
Or A.G. UR00KER, Agent, - - C.F.R. Ry, Revelstoke.
Kevelstoke General Agencies, Limited
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i-.ii.it Corner Poet"; thenee   outh    BO
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noi Ut M tiim.n    -,, i     mai
to the |i<>. ni ol i ■ 'A .     "i,
taining IM noi ds more or Ihhs.
Dated Meptembei  IHM,  1918.
JKAN   DAT18B  Ulofldln,
Agent.
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om track mnl will
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Take < i...»   i ,■ i  P.R, right o( wa;
i.l  Halt /-. - *.,<    pot U i ten   tbe
ground on thc 4th dny 'if November,
Keep) ... in la
M'l      lllll!
Ing ii1 a i»"st planted   «'
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lO     ii ' iii'ino     ''eiist        i,tr.,Ilin   ol   wuter   Right*,      I'nr •
liuin  ,i    ■ nmenl Buildings, Victoria, B.O,
•rent io chains to poinl ol commmce   Canadian I'acinr Railway,  Applicant
i be appllaatlon *
Hie-   eellKT    ,,l    I l|i'    W  it' I     R«     I'll I lit
>oke.
iii |ie.'ii..n Bled  -Aith     thc
I S'ud    Wni. i     Recorder    or with tho
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•pUmbtl  Jltli, Kit,
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lrelun I.  Agent,
Nelson, B. C
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turning;
W   are in the manufacturing business f
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office and Bar   Fixtures,   Storm
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster,  Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anVthing in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
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Everybody  knows him, ht       I
I'll   yOU  Ilml   llll'     \\ 111' lie-yte   We
■, iimi, nn- the beet    (lali am.
Convinced. No household ehoiii
be wilhoul ii supply of nm Mar»
vey'e Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frnpln Liqueur Brandy, guHi'inlead
BU years old or Blackberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of alt
1 Mnl- in-- iiiM-in-IVr. Holt) ley Mil
the leading holeh, or telephone
Wm. UOYl).  1st Wue N#v. tf,
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Cb.,!td,
Impgrters and Dealers In Pur* Hints, Liquors, Cigars and Clgarsttes WKDNESDAY,   NOVIOMllRTt    1,   ,912.
THE   M^IZrBIEIRJLXJD,   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER ft,  l*->l2.
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THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
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II      m   Tv, Bring the Children
fcft';^fe£ - \'4 -M  in to See the Toys
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We have a greater showing than
ever. The goods are all on display
and we believe this is a showing
here that will interest the older
people as well as the Children.
Come in and look them over. They
may give you some idea of what to
do for your share toward this greatest   of   all    of   Children*s   days—
CHRISTMAS!
Bargain m Dolls
FOR FRIDAY-Fiee Brisque Head
Sleeping Doll, nicely dressed, 12 to 13
inches; tall, light and dark.     Each..
25c.
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Joy Land, Toy Land,
Little Girl and Boy Land
Eiderd
own   Yarn
New shipment of Eiderdown Yarn,
the "Big Soft Wool" for making
Aviation Caps, etc. All colors here
for you now in tans, reds, sky, etc.,
All one price, per skein	
15c.
Groceries and Crockery Department
NEW FRUITS
Are now in, consisting of Eating Figs, Table
Raisins, Dates, Cooking Figs, Seeded Raisins in packages, Sultana Raisins, Currants,
and New Nuts of all kinds.
NEW OLIVES
New Olives, Heinz's Duchess, 6 oz. bottles;
Gold Seal Stuffed, Nut Stuffed, Nabob, 25 Of.
bottles, Crosse & Blackwell's Queen, pint
bottles, Ripe Olives in tins.
NEW CHEESE
MacLaren's—small and medium sized jars.
Stilton Cheese by thc Ib.; Canadian by tbe Ib.;
Limberger, by the block; Comcmbcrt, by the
lin.
Candied Cherries,  Candied  Assorted   Fruits,
Pine Apple, Citron, Lemon and Orange.
Noel's   Preserved   Fruits;    Preserved   Figs,
Cherries Preserved in Maraschina in half  pt.,
pint and quart bottles,   Preserved Pine Apple.
A NICE LINE OF FISH
Crab Meat, Anchovies in kegs and bottles,
Stock Fish, Sardines, Eastern Clams, Oysters, Lobsters, Schrimps and Salmon.
MEATS IN GLASS JARS
Clark's Lunch Tongue; Crosse & Blackwell's
Lunch Tongue ; St. Ivel Lunch Tongue, St.
Ivel Ox Tongue: Crosse & Blackwell's Chicken Breasts; Sliced Dried Beef; Premium
Bacon Sliced.
SPECIALS FDR FRIDAV AND SATURDAY OULY
Young Herrings in Tomato Sauce. .2 for 25c
Young Herrings, kippered 2 for 25c
ConJensed Cocoa 20c
Pork and Beans in Tomato Sauce. ,,1 tins, 25c
Hcinze's Mandalay Sauce, per bottle 25c
Linen Buffet Scarves
Special lot of Linen Buffet Scarves and Five
o'clock Tea Cloths. Lovely snow white linens,
nicely embroidered, at a very special   price.
50c. Each
New Irish Table Linen
Some beautiful qualities by the yard—lustrous,
spotless white linens. These you will appreciate for the festive days that are coming. The
housekeeper who appreciates fine linens will be
pleased with our showing, at per yard	
85c, $1.25, $150
Paillette Silk Petticoats
This soft, very durable silk, mike the most
durable petticoat. They ad no bulk to the costume and are dressy and serviceable. A lovely
lot of colors to choose from, at   	
$4.75
Dainty Lingerie Waists
For Ladies- lovely White Wash Waists in the
new long sleeve styles, new frilled cuffs and
collars.    Up to Each	
$10.00
MEN'S PURE WDDL UNDERWEAR
We have just received a full shipment of Underwear direct from the Old Country
mills. This shipment has been delayed many weeks, and as it comprises something
over a thousand suits, we are puuing these lines on at very special prices. Never be-
fcue has this mill sold direct to the retailer and we are giving yon the benefit ot the
middleman's profit. It means money for you and increased sales for us. Let us show
you these lines and convince you of the genuine money-saving prices we are offering.
GENUINE GOLD FLEECE-Pure wool, light golden
color. Everyone knows this line and knows that
it can't te obtained under $7.00 per suit. Full
fashioned perforated gussets, spliced knees,
and elbows	
Our Price, $5.50 Per Suit
PORE WOOL NATURAL- Heavy weight, button
shoulder, spliced knees, seats and elbows.
Perforated arm pits, unshrinkable natural
shade, tipped sleeve, double breasted	
Our Price, $4.50 Per Suit
NATURAL W00L-OUR LEADER-Vou can't
duplicate it for anything like the money. Unshrinkable, hard wearing, natural color, double
breasted..	
Prices, $1.50 Per Garment.   $2,75 Per Suit
GENUINE INDIAN CASHMERE An ideal Xmas
present; feels like silk, but is pure wool. Absolutely unshrinkable. Dark fawn shade,
heavy weight. The best ever offered. You
can't buy it elsewhere under S12 per suit	
Our Price, $9.00 Per Suit
PURE WOOL WHITE-Soft as silk, unshrinkable,
beautifully made in every particular. A line
which will not irritate the most sensitive skin.
Special in every particular.
Our Price, $5.00 Per Suit
We invite your inspection of
Our Special Old Country Underwear shipment justto hand.
XMAS GIFTS PAR EXCELLENCE
oMEN'S COLLAR BAGS—A line that will surely win with you.     Both round and
square, and prices that can't be beaten.    Consult your list ind then come to us.
OUR LEADER—Genuine Leather Bag, silk lined,   with silk  draw  strings.    Full
■!«     Frice, $1.00
Other lines at $1.50, $ 1.75 and $2 00 in either finished or unfinished calf skin, in green,
brown and black,
GENUINE MOROCCO—Mack color; wear a life time Price. $5.00 Each
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
CURTAINS
We are showing a few nice lines of Curtains, Screens and Madras by the
yard from 20o. 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 IO
days only.
LINOLEUM
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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.
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THE MAIL-HERALD,   R!'"VELSTOIKTU
WEDNESDAY,  MOVBMMER  '■, 1013.
Fresh Shipments Coming to Hand Daily
Sweater Coals for ladies and Misses
isses Costs, to fit girls from 10,12, H years
Ladies' Ht Waists.   Ladies M Waists
Ladies' lite Tailored Waists
ladies' aod Misses' Wool Caps
20D ladies Hand Bags direct from Bnst American
Manufacturers.
Infants V.'ccl Jscksts st eil prices.
FIFTH ANNUAL FANCY DRESS
MAS(iUERADE BALL
I'NHKK AL'SPICRS OT'  PIKE   H RIG A 1)12   SO.    1
to m; held, in
OPERA HOUSE, DEC.  II,  1912
Special music for the occasion by the REVELSTOKE ORCHESTRA
Grand March at 9 p. in. sharp. Floor reserved until 11 p.m.
i'or those in fancy costume only. For further particul rs
apply to
T. STEED, Secretary,
S. NEEDHAM, Chief.
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A TTEXTION
■ cl lhal we   re all 'iiilyop niiij; our new season's slocW of drictl
fruits, currants, raisins, peels, i ictracts, spices, eic . etc,
PLEASE
in " I |i il; ;n  ur.el     As   our  goods  arrive  we display them,
W, .ii..., irr     leice varieties ol i   tin£ and cool* iiiR apples, includiutr
Sttou's, Jonathan, Spies, Ki"xs and Russtts
i nu Btock is rouipli te in nil lim-s.
Phone 41
A. HOBSON b
ox 734
lievelstoke Inside Property
Real Ksi ite is sellinu, rapidly.   Why nol get '.n before nil tho moat ilcnir-
.'.,,■ ii me iui il lot i nre- Uiiien up.'
■ ee,,. >\, mi. lo local buyers and it will onh I.t- ;i
Bliort lime belore these lota are uil rloseil out.
Call ut our office and nei lull particular*.   All oui property can be told
ull easy U-lliis.
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
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Btatlng Umi "Wiin tin- elophuntH
inosi iii tin' Liin tupB, Iim will ro -
turn  tn  Hovolstoke,  tool   tout."
BUSINESS LOCALS
OyBtor Bhell at Mclntyre's.
"Meccano," thai new indestructible
gaine tor boys nil slzos at Maodon -
aid's drug more.
Ui« shipment i>f Thormos bottles all
jlzea at Macdonald's drug store.
Our uew calendars ol Uevelstoko
views, ul! ready boxed Ui mail, 25c,
and -IOc. ut Macdonald's d/ug store.
Pen flour, excellent [or tumps, at
Mclntyre's.
WANTED—Steady customers (or milk.
Dairyman, Box 44, Salmon Arm.
A  few  mure  Citrons In  today,    ut
Mclntyre's.
Lots ot time yet tor you to gel
your Christmas cards with your name
on, Samples at Macdonald's, drug
store.
Dun't forget the Res Vaudeville Co
ut tho Empress theatro Monday and
Tuesday uight, Ln.l und 3rd Dec. the
besl  yet.
Any new bouk yuii want lor Xmus,
we have or will set it tor you. Hundreds tn choose trom now at Mac -
donald's drug store.
Tbe Hex Vaudeville Co. u combination ol retlued versatile artists selected (rom the loading London Music
Halls.      Seven  Urst class acts.
Come and see Dave (Jaslon lute of
the  Versatile  Co.,  at the     Empress
theatre Monday and Tuesday next.
High class vaudeville Bccure your
eats at Mucdonald's drug store.
Now Bhowlng.at ihe Star, tbe Tit-
uutic Disaster, moving pictures, feature- m New York and Chicago: don't
lull   to  sec   these.
Presents tor the uld Country have
to leave here Dec. uth, if you are
 king i"i   dainty and  suitable gifts
alll   easy   to  8«ud       away,     look   into
-   ii iig Btore, he' has      a
i ior!
r ;■  a   i.  tli ■ Star th are  will
.ii  the lecst  motion    pic
.u     Revelstoke.
■  thousand     feel
• een this week ie. show
■  . ., ...  c ....... ibeir
program at  the us-
Boys'      a.u.1
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Judgment tamd
M.
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Lujal Order of Moose.
Members nl tbe Loyal Order ol
Mooso, are eallod to n lull mooting on
Tuosduy, Dccomher iir.l, al 8 p, m.,
in   lhc Uld  ilddlelluws   Hall,   nOJtt    lo
ili.' opera house.
The regalia ordered has now arrived, and the lodge will proceed at.
once with their plans tor tho future
and tthicli will be discussed al this
mooting.
A further number ot candidates hold
Ing receipts tor charter membership,
will be Initiated at this meeting, and
these are  hereby  advised  to  he  prus -
ent and prepared.
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
coming EVENTS
December 11—Filth Annual Masquerade Bull, under auspices of Fire
Brigade No. I, at ihe opera house.
Music furnished by the Hevelstoke
Orchestra.
January 2—Imperial Hell Riogers, at
Empress theatre.
January 16—Pan American Doub.e
Quartette,  Empress theatre.
The Vacuum clothes washer is the
hest on the market. The price is
right ut $3.50.
rr
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Importer of
Irish Linens
Damask, Sheeting, Pil'ow
Linens,   Policy Linen
C.ooils, &c, .^c.
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SUITABLE   XMAS   PRESENTS
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Mrs. Thompson Porter
FOURTH STREET EAST
GUi\S
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
OPERA HOUSE
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AMASCARDS   In largo      I better variell    Hum ever before
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■ ,) i liontand Xai   PoM Cauls—      pel town.
.■.na • Station)i
\ fui: lim of Kod ika ami Drov nj< I amern
•  i  .ie,! of booki in. Ikxmc Irom.
k and ( a»e G  larger and I* ttei rallies,
I, ,n in oui sti re wiil convince you thai   ■•■ lia»»
preset ll ibll   I' '       ^	
bews THE REXALL STORE Btws
IOR
MIN
FALL UNDERWEAR
I0K
WAS
Granby Rubbers, In all ilzei.
Fall Hats, all the latest ihapes arnl sizes.
Suapenden   All si/.^s antl colors.
Mackinav. < oats—All Km
Large ai ortmenl of Fall and Winter Suitfi
ami Overcoats to choose from.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats Foot-Rite Shoes
BUSINESS IS GOOD
A general spirit of optimism prevails among Uevelstoke citizens at the present time. Business aud professional men are
looking forward to big things for Revelstoke next year- The
extensive operations 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, foreseeing this, are investing now at old
prices and will realize big returns. Last week we closed up
deals aggregeting nearly $6,000.
Get in on the Ground Floor
SOME   MONEY   MAKING   BUYS
.05 Feet off Mackenzie Avenue, on Sth 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 MackcnzieAve      $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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