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"Revelstoke, the Capital of Canada s Alps.'
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The Mail-Herald
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Vol. 18-No Til
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REVELSTOKE. B. C. NOV. 10,1912
$2.f 0 Per Year
PROGRESS CLUB'S
BUSINESS MEETING
Discusses Street Improvements, Also Wharf at Beaton.—
Urges Commencement New   Post   Office.— Standards j
for Street Lighting.
When you use a stove purchased here you have absolute guarantee that you will get MORE heat and use
LESS fuel.
GOOD CHEER DOUBLE HEATERS
ABSOLUTELY FILL THE BILL
Burn either soft or hard coal. Made into a Self-Feeder
in a minute. Built on scientific principles—Taking the
cold air from the floor, drawing it through the stove
and discharging it through the heat duct.
TWO SIZES $25 and $27.50
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head C"*'ioa>- 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 AKente ti all principal points lnXanada,
Agent* in Great Britain and United SUktes—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—Pirat National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. 8iMittlt.-Sf.atlo National Bank, Shu Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposit* of $1 and upward,  received, and Interest allownd at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
A Consignment just to hand
made of heavy dress material,
for Fall and Winter wear.
MRS. A. 6. CRICK. ■ first Street
[ TIRED
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Price,
G.
p. o. Box ao
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THEN A CUP OF
XX. BLEND TEA"
Mill refresh you with its   bright,   spicy
flavor and Iragrancy.    Sold  In   1   lh.
lead packages.
35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
W. BELL
1            QROOER & BAKER             Phone No. 33
PIANOS PLAVEH PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds oi
Small cTWusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ive
WINDSOR   CAFE  AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, llnile wmr faetdquirten Inn      Quick    n\ir.      PftUct Cli uiliiiiaa;
■nd Reaaonablr I'm.       i.m i    i Trial.    ' Wc Neva
A. G. TIIIAKIKON,     -      MANaVtiWi
Dr. Hamilton received a letter Irom
tlie  Superintendent  ol     dining curs,
inquiring  il  wuter  Ior  use In     their
dining curs couM l>e olituined ut Kev- j
elatoice.   He understood  there wus  a'
spring some short  distuuee west     ol
Hevelsto&e thut  might  be used     Ior,
thut purpose.
Dr. yiitncrlund recommended thut the
Progress Oltlh secure the wuter rights j
to this spring und present sume to
the O.P.R. conditionally upon their
using same iu their diniug curs, und
pluce sume ou their menue curds as
"Kevelstoke  Wuter" |
A. K. Kincaid moved thut the pres- i
ident, Secretary und Treasurer,    with
Messrs.  Hamilton uiul ilordou, be    it
committee to take this mutter up.
This report wus concluded amid
prolonged applause.
II. Manning made u report ot bis
trip to Vci non us a delegutc to business meu's convention, this was fallowed by one Irom Mr. Atkins, wbo
represented the Board ol Trade ut
this meeting. He spoke ut some
length on tue importance ol having
the convention ut Kevelstoke in December or Juuuury next.
Dr. Sutherland Baid that bc bud a
letter Irom the advertising ugent ot
the O.P.R, regarding a description ol
Kevelstoke to lie used in their time
tables, He thought the Progress elub
shuuld revise thc description, whicb
wus ugreed to hy the meeting.
Mr. Munuiug moved thut Mr. R. F.
Green, M.P., be usked to make provision tor a federal appropriation of
$10,000 for the Mouut Kevelstoke auto road. G. S. MeCarter thought
that Mr. Muuning's resolution did
not go fur euougb. He thougbt tbe
city should make u donution for the
roud. "Cod helps those wbo help
themselves." He would recommend
that a (10,000 hyluw be submitted to
tbc citizens. He thought the O.P.R.
would also assist if properly approached in tbe matter.
A. II. McCleneghan agreed with Mr.
MeCarter, but he would go still further, aud would ask tbe Dominion
government for $35,000, tbe city for
$10,000 und tbe C.P.R. say $36,000.
Tbe road in bis opinion would cost
when completed about $100,000.
Road Superintendent 1-1,1. Trimble,
being present wus asked his opinion.
He thought that $40,000 would com -
plete the work. Tbe present appro -
priation was just used up, but the
worst part of the road was completed
Dr. Sutherland thought tbe city
had not power to spend money outside its limits, although the uuto
road would certainly appeal to him.
Personally be would be in favor ot
considering  tbe mutter carefully.
Mr. R. Cordon spoke at length on
the uuto road matter. Ue thought
another $33,000 could easily be used
on top ot tbe mountain making roads
Mr. Coursier—1 fully appreciate the
necessity of money but think that
the streets of Revelstoke hud nrst
cluim. Get all possible money from
the Dominion government. He did not
think the citizens would vote in favor
of the appropriation for the auto
road.
A. McRae thought tbut if tbe proposed park was once declared an official park, thc government would
take  cure ot it.
Mi. Atkins thought that the C.P.
R. Bhould be interested; also thc city
in some tangible way. lt is important that the O.P.R. should partial -
pute some concessions should be oiler
ed tbe ('. P, R.
Secretary Horol.in thought tbat it
thc city hud m,.ii. > it should be applied on publicity work uad bringing
in   manufacturers.
A. H McCleneghan thought thut it
would be in thy interests ol thc Pro-
gTM Club tu usk the Dominion government tor $25,000. He moved tbat
the executive go into this mutter and
report on same ot   an  eurly date.
Mr. Manning wus in lavor of thc
meeting dealing with it now. He
then moved that the Secretury be
requested to write uud ask Hobert
Ureen. M !' to have the park Bet
apart 'or Dominion government purposes and thut un appropriation of
$23,000 be asked for.
H. MeKinnon thought thut the city
needed 1000(7 Intidl us well aB out.
He, bowem, fiuught $5,000 might be '
appropriate i ; ..- tbe road, it would
not ud.l ;..,ch tu the iMinklDg fund.
That woul I be a ma" amount lor
the benefit to   Ived    li.   •vat in favor
'. parte; the itrtwti In the ucur future. I
Mr. tlcVltjf thought Hut tbo Progress club and Board ol Trade might
i.i.hc the $6,COO 'hcmselvef.
r   all]   n't r  mc I.  .1   CUM ion,  I.E).
.KintuiJ ii.iv'.v i, leconlyj by Mr. Couj
sler, that the Secretary be instructed
to ask the C.P.R. for $15,000 for tho
Kevelstoke auto roud.
Mr. Lyons thought the Progress
Club should nominate two aldermen
for next council.
A. McRae would strongly recom -
mend tying ol city bands and forcing
them to lix up the streets.
H. Gordon introduced the matter of j
n wharf nt Beaton and moved, secon-'
ded by Mr. Manning, that u resolu -1
tioii be passed requesting the Public
Works department ol Dominion government to build a whnrt at Beaton.
H. MeKinnon took up the  mutter  ol
thc city installing standards on    thc I
public streets.   He would ask the Pro
gress Club to indorse tbis matter.
Mr. C. R. Macdonuld thought buttons should bc obtained for tbo club. |
Secretary Horobin was in tavor ot
using buttons instead ot tickets for
club members.
Mr. MeKinnon again referring to the
use ol standards, said they would
cost $5 per lot. It was proposed to
instnl snine in the spring by frontage
tax. The standards will be on McKenzie avenue and First street.
Dr. Sutherland stated that there
had been considerable kicking about
the lighting system. He intimated •
that the city proposed puttiug in
units whether standards were uBed or I
not. Whut we are working on, he
suid,  is u complete lighting system.
A. McRae moved, seconded by G.S.
MeCarter, that thc action of thc city c
in putting in standards  be endorsed
by the Club.
A. McRae urged the necessity of re- ]
pairing thc streets and   thought     it,
should be one ot the plunks of incoming council.
Mr- McCurter—It is not a question
of  borrowing powers,  I am satisfied
any council in will he willing to do
the work on the local improvement
plun. However, 1 don't think thc |
bonds could be sold. I am not in favor of asking the city to borrow say
$100,000 or $150,000 for street im -
provemeats.
President Gibson—Our streets need
repairing, but us Mr. MeCarter suyB,
possible the bonds cannot be Bold.
Messrs MeKinnon and Manning then
Bpoko brielly and pointedly ic street
crossings.
A. II. McCleneghan—The present
city council hns put in some new cros
BingB but left tho crossings on Me -
K.en(ie uvenue in a disgraceful condition.
Dr. Sutherland—Before permanent
improvements can be made we must
do tbc underground work.
Messrs. MeKinnon aud Manning,
having resumed the discussion on
street crossings, were both ruled out
of order by chairman GibBon.
Mr. Urookcr wanted to know what
about the new post office.
Dr. Hamilton moved thnt the progress Club remind R. F. Green, M.P.
about the new poBt office, and urge
upon him an early start in tbe spring
Beoonded by K. G. Foley.
After some joking among the members regarding tbe present post ollice
one of the largest meetings iu the his
tory of the club was adjourned.
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BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
"McClary's" on gooils is a quality name. Imagine the
comfort in using a McClary Stove. Simple to work, easy
to clean, and economical on Fuel.
Sporting Goods
Rifles and Shot Guns, tingle and double barrel, Winchester, Remington nnd Stevens, Repeating Shot Guns, >hot,
Shells and Cartridges, lali calibres'. Shooting Coats, Cartridge Belts, Gun Covers, Game Traps, all si/es.
Groceries
Fresh Kippered Herring just arrived, l'resb Fruit and
Vegetables, Coffees, Teas. Hay. Flour and Poultry Supplies.
Crockery
Butter Crocks, Bean Puts and Jugs, nil si/es. Choice
China and Glassware.
PLUMBING HKAT1XG TINSMITHING
Special Attention Paid lo Mail Orders.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
a.
First St., Revelstoke.
Telephone No, 22
n
1.0.1. Hew Olfters
The annual meeting and election of
officers ot L..O.L. No. 1658, was held
last night, when the following officers
were elected for the ensuing year:
W. M.—H. McKinney.
D. M.—R. Twoedie.
Chaplin—Rev.  R.   J.  Mclntyre.
Rec.  Sec—J.  P. Hume.
Fin.  Sec. and Treas.—T.  Steed.
Lecturer—T.  Woodland.
1).  of C—W. Leslie.
I. G. —T. Gobble.
O. G—J.  Shaw.
Organist—H. Maxwell.
1st Committeeman—A. Johnson.
2nd Committeeman—P. Samson.
3rd   Committeeman—.1.   Crawford.
ith Committeeman—L. Masson.
The installation of the above named officers will take place on Friday,
December 6th next. When a number
of the friends will be invited to a
social evening in tbe lodge room.
SNOW APPLES
A choice assortment, per box
Gravenstein Apples, per box
Honey in half gallon tins, reduced to
C. & B. 7 Ib. tins Plum J..m
51 35
1 35
1 00
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CITY COUNCIL
PASS BYE-LAWS
reauthorize Purchase Street Lighting Unit.—Continuous
Arc Lighting C. P. R. Station to Columbia Bridge-
Additional Lights Residential Sections.
The city council met in special session Friday evening in City Hall.
Mayor suthenauu occupied tbc
chair, zildernieu Howson, ivtci\iniion,
bourne, Awauamsou, McSorley, were
also present.
city Clerks lawson     read     various
...[mim mm ...ns.  oruered uaswercd or
uied.
SEWER     BYLAW.
The City Clerk announced that a by
lnw re the sewer assessments under
the new schedule would he suiimitted
at the next meeting.
CONCRETE   SIDEWALKS.
A bylaw to authorize the raising ol
$2(1)0 ior thc new sidewalks on tue
eust sue ol McKenzie uvenue wus
read a Urst, Becond and third time,
uud pussed unanimous consent ot tbe
council.
A bylaw to raise thc sum ot il'MM
lo puy for the construction of side -
wiili;:. uu tbe west side ot McKeuzie
uvenue wus read a Urst, second uud
third time, and passed with thc uiiau
imotis consent ol thc council.
bTREhrj  i.i.,iniNG
Electrician North reported on the
street lighting system, recommended
tbe purchase ol u unit for a cost ol
$1400. This system would Ut iu with
a scheme ut standard lights which
might be put iu at the expense ol the
owners of property benefitted.
Aid. McSorley—I tuke it it stand -
uiiIb were put in they would be re.
quired ou both sides of thc street.
Aid. AbruhaniBon—Thc whole (jues-
tlou conies to u mutter ot money.
Have wc tbc money lo spend on improving the lightiuf system.
Aid. Mcliinnou I think we uecd
more light und this peeuil to bc tho
best method ul bundling thc mutter.
Wc have electrician! und we should
take their advice.
Aid. MeKinnon—Two weeks ago we
decided to get this tiunutormer and
ulso discussed th. udvisubllity ol getting u hyluw Irumod nguiding the
standards.
Aid. Howson—At least one street
should be lit uil the wuy from tho
lower town to the station. That
would give a through thoroughfare
Irom one end pl town to the other,
uu 1 enable travel to take advantuge
of a well lighted route if they so
wished.
Aid. Uourne—No one has answered
the question us to whether wc have
the money or not.
Mayor Sutherland—I think we have
the  money  as stuted.
Aid. McSorley—I move thut the city
electrician procure the outut iu order
to instal arc lights from Victoria
Road along Kirst street, Government
street, Third street, Kootenay, Douglas, King, Front streets to tbc bridge
From Orton uvenue ulong Second
street to Campbell uvenue and Mc -
Keuzie uvenue from Kirst street to
Second street; ulso to instal Tungsten
udditionul lights in' vurious purts ol
the city as required, three lights lo
a block.
Aid. MeKinnon—I second that motion.   Carried  unanimously.
WATER  SUPPLY.
Aid.  Abrahamson reported tbat tbe
new pipe line was uow working,    und
tbat tbe supply had proved ample lor
thc city and the C.P.Ry.
EARLY  CLOSING.
Aid. Howaon—As this bus boci a
night for bylaws 1 would like to give
notice ol motion to introduce u bylaw enforcing the closing of bur
rooms uud pool rooms at 11 p.m. ou
uil week days.
Mayor Sutherland—Tbut wlll come
up tur consideration next meeting.
Meeting ndjourned at 12:15 mid -
night.
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
Illustrated Travel Talk
j Tho illustrated travel talk to be
I given by Jobn P. Clum in the Pree-
| bytcriuu church on Monday evening
next, is uot Only instructive, but
highly entertaining. Those who huvo
teen the pictures, Bay that it is almost us good us taking a trip to
Culifurnlu. Scores ot beautiful colored slides and moving picturoUliiis are
shown, and brielly explained by Mr-
Clum. Thc pictures nro the bcBb thnt
can bo secured and glvo you a splendid Idea of thnt wonderful sunset sea
The entertainment will commence at
8:11). A voluntary collection will tnko
tbc place ol tbo usual admission (ce.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
For Increased Egg Production Use
Fresh Green Cut Bone
Swift's Lay-More Beef Scraps
Dry Cut Bone
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
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|    WIHTER OVERCOATS
<J> In the Most Popular Styles and Fabrics
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Just Received for Men and Boys
This season we offer a line, of
Overcoats so attraclive in
fabrics and colorings, so good
in quality and in such a complete range of the newest desirable styles that we do not
hesitate to state that its equal
cannot be found in the city.
McRae Mercantile Co.
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BEST ON   EARTH
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C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR BATTJBBAY. NOVEMBER
1912.
THE   JSO.J^T.JL-TTJilJElJ^TjJD,   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16th, 1312.
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FOR SALE
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House and 75 feet frontage on Mackenzie Avenue
 $1200 down, balance to be arranged
House and 37J feet Frontage on Fourth Street,
$2,900 ; $000 down, balance to be arranged
Three Lots just off Mackenzie Ave., in all 0G feet
frontage facing on Connaught Avenue.
The Revelsloke General Agencies, Ltd.
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Tbiugti arc moving in the basket
ball line. Caul Wednesday, n laBt
and [amy cleun game was played i.n.i
witnessed i.> ahout seventy-Uve people, 'the game .mis between tbe bone
heads und lirute-. Tu> guinc was
evenl) contested along the Bret part,
hut in tbo second part the Pirates
could not seem in l.c n.dc to make
the basket, although rejieaieu ellorta
were made, 'fbe lioneueadB became
stronger towards tbo last and came
out tbo victors by n score ol lie-is.
I'he scnedulo is being purposely de-
notu to allow anotnei team to enter
nut a gume will be played every Wed-
luljnesday at S:15, When tuis schedule
.stuns tho basketball public can dm
assured ..i .. good dean game. Mr,
.J. Uuy Baruer has very kindly given
.i splendid cup lor toam competition
which will he put up lor thc Scumi
leugue. Mr, Fred Dews Imo also given a    nice large eup   lor tbe junior
.i ..• I; .ul league.
Bources ol the Immediate vicinity as
its ouly ohvious and BUfflolont justi-
licntiuii lor the claims ol its eitineus
that Itevelstoke wan mi industrial as
well as a ruilwuy city. So the people
were content to simply 'mark nine,"
tbey had .i slow, sure thing, nud were
satisHcd io let ii go at that, allowing their business to glow iu Idle
with the general development ui their
district.
RAILWAY   HlVliri   riTlMlM.HI ri.
"it  wns sonic  tune even otter    tlle
railway policy oi the government be
CWU KDYLS
The C.P.R. olliei.ils toBted the rock
crushing pluut ut Cralgollacblo lust
Thursday, and proved it to he satisfactory to both the contractors uud
0. r. it. officials.
Mr, Ferris, of tbe Humming Bird
Ranch, is preparing Ioi u seaBon s
trapping on the bills. We wish bim
every  micccbb.
gnu to  heur  unit belore the  business'    Ml
J, 11. Johnsui), of Mulukwu,
men of the Interloi' woke up to what uud Mr. J. Ferns ol Craigellachie.
that policy meant tor them. Some- wore week-end visitors, tne guests of
thing winch shook the men of  Revel-'Mr. and Mrs. A. ri. Alderton.
lty    u.    'j,. ,.    . ~-u    nil   U.I   n.~~a
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oue  ...j ..iej   as     t.c,
tbc     i   i. i ucs.ng, tbe ii.uu-
ing settlement ol  tUe   Uauway     belt
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are rrgaraeu aa uuuuu to uud euoini-
ousi)   •. . •--■   prosperit)   uuu impor. -
aacc u. taUs cacy; ttse i.e..-., .u..e i uu
a:t.u gram route via tne v oiumi
ver appears as a verj is matUs
....... . ... tiie eoaot cities, unci everj
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inlormati .. ..        . ts regarding tms
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Boys  biuie class—th.s class Is .:..
proving in numbers and interest, .il-
icady  there are  twenty-one memi
i.ii Sunday, Isovember i.th tbe story
.s 'A Crippled Hero Wbo riurrtndei
ed."   'Hi,  riuudaj lollowing the Btory
i.ill be "A iloy  who dui no    belli .
.u Luck."   iivcry stuuy ..^ Interesting
..I boys,   .-senile     ni     you  i.e....  who
Bpend so much of your time in
on Sundays Bhould attend our class.
\  ii  .ic class i'ii men Is beld . verj
ovoning ut Beven o'clock   in
ihe y.M.C.A.   Mr,   Thomson is     in
charge, tins eluss is also    Increasing
n  numbers.
ii,u .-. Sundaj   Meeting -cin Su
tbe meeting tor men u.u bl   td ■■
bj  Mr. T.  I'ug.lin.   Mr,  Albert  Mm
an will sing.   These     meetings never
lack in interest.
Boarding House 1...-'.    all -...
nu' icicinis tu let  would ilo well
•y      Mr.   Cowan,
tai j ,.[ the ^ .M.i   \ . .,   .... i
bi i   oi  ui [Ulrlng iut
\ list will i.i  kept
.1J to Mi   i owan
stoke lioin their ten year sleep wus
i.he announcement made by the O.P.
R. that in order io meet the compc-.
tition of the new railroads building
acrosB the provinoe the directors oi
ine jireimci Canadian transcontinental bad decided to double-track tlicir
entire road trom Calgary to the coast
Included lu the plans of this, estimated to cost twenty millions ui doliai i
waa the enlist nu liuu of a livc-inilo
tunnel under the luouutulu ut Rogers
i'ass and the cutting down ol other
grades to a minimum of 2 per cent.
When tlie cm..ns of Hevelstoke con-
suited then maps they discovered that
their city would be ibe headquarters
u.r ml this construction work, meaning an addltionul payroll lor men
working out ui Revelstoke of ul least
u minion dollars per annum tor tne
entire lour yeurs during which the
uuiiiilc Uuciuug would bc under way.
incii the cit.ii.cus saw possibilitiea
ahead and got busy. A Progress cluh
wiih organised, rhe unique tourist and
•umc attractions ol the district were
investigated ami advertised. Witb tho
assistance of the public works 'le
inu tment, the construction of a bcou-
ic alpine motor road was commenced
to the summit ot Mount Revelstoke,
six thousand teet high, overlooking
ilie city und commanding a view of
ih. adjacent glaciers un.l mountains.
ibe Oanadian Pacific Railway com
pany announced their Intention of
building a great tourist hotel in tbe
city at a cost ui a iiuarter ul million
dollars.
"Au agitation for un Investigation
of tbe possibilities of the Columbiu
river us a route lor grain tratlic re-
suited in the appointment uf a Uo -
minion survey party whu are now nt
work with a view to determining the,
cost of opening up B fourteen-foot
channel down the world's seventh
greatest nvcr Irom RevelBtoke, to the
U.S. border, thenee to the i'acilic ocean at     Portland,    Oregon
A meeting wus held at Malakwa iu
connection with the Farmers' institute, business transacted, electing a
delegate lor the convention to he Held 1
the urst week in Jauuurj at Victoria i
11. O. .Mr- lt. OoppoCk ul Malakwa,
was elected.
It is reported Blr William Waddell,
oi the Hazeldean ranch, Is arranging
to import u large non. ol Bateau in
thfl near future.
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REVELSTOKE
, -Tuesday, Nov. 18 and 19
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W. M. RUSSELL OFFERS
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FARCE COMEDY COMPANY
Presenting the Laughable rJTWusical Melange in Two Parts
Mr. Paulding our worthy postmaBt-
cr, was duly sworn to oince ou fridny last and is gelung lumber und
making additions to ins stoic buiid
ing, to muke room [or bis large stoci
ol goods which he nnds necessary to
supply ins lust increasing trude.
Mr. and Mrs. Cass me to be congratulated on entertaining 'auout
filty neighbors ami Irlends to a ue -
li.e,btlnl jiarty and danco on Saturday
evening. Among the guests ueuig l.
M. Johnson and lir. nri'de. Splendid
music beiug rendered im the Craig -
el..able orchestra, conducted by Air.
K. il. Briggs oi i'nie c'reek raucu.
hi .cry one reported a splendid tune.
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missloncr Maber arrived Irom Ottawa, and, after Investigation, announc
cd thai ui a few months the ruilwuy
bell lands, which since thc building
ol  the C.P.R.  had  been withheld from
1'ieut. would shortly   be thrown
open, making  lOO.W 0 acres   ol     tbe
line t [i tilt  and garden truck-pro .
Boll .n the province a\ atlablo   t,c
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puny coming to tue oui a house   en
Monday auu Tuesday, thf iln iiiiii
ljlii inst., will auif;iii all lovers o.
Comedy and music, 'lhe comi-aiiy is
cuu,.i.s. a i.i t.:u artista oi recognizeu
ability, including uito lie.», a Uer-
man comedian; d. A. Riley, a Cbar-
acter actor ol note; Miss Ai. Larosie;
Atiss hldlth Holmes, Miss ; ilet
Gamble, a vioun.st oi not', anlotn
ers. while us a Bpecial le iture thc
At the company have ibe     Uoyal Hnwul.au
Introducing Comedy,   Operatic   Selections, Dance, Farce, Drama,
Musical Novelties and c^advanced Vaudeville
iiCaUding tlie Royal Hawaiian Trio
NEW SPECIAL SCENERY. LADIES' ORCHESTRA
Prices, 25, 50 and 75c.    (No Higher)
I
Seats at Macdonald's Drug Store
A SUCCESSFUL TRBATMHNT
trio—The greatest band oi musical tn-
iMi-i.unci's   that   has   ever   loured     tlie
northwest.   Tbey have made an   entile circuit ol the world, entertaining
royalty   ,n  every  country.  They   were
,._.  t        ,.n,u     ,■    i „    ,•              i. Mrs.  Iiidwurd  Kennedy,  ol  Meriden,
udded  to        The  Jiuglcis  Company ,      '
, ,    .              , ., Conn.,  41)  years  old,  was advised  by
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,  ,.,     „ her Physician to try Ur. Martell s l'e-
iniisic  in  the  two acts of  "A    Dress ,   .'.,,       t    .,,.       ..u .„ „,„,.,„
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iliiiuiy   musical   comedies.   Thc    play
itself is merely u vehicle for the   Introduction of clever musical numbers,
singing,  dancing, uud advanced vaudeville specialties!   lt is just the class
i.f entertainment to drive away    tbe
.   .   The  l'i ml old protestor,     the
ian and other characters '■ ... peal t" ; li al Uities
... bile the      i       de
. messes
rhe     music  con-
voi ;  no
nal ve   Hawaiian
..Mill's
. ters.     The
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Dress Rhearsel"  nut
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mule rills, she did so with wonderful
results. Thousands of others would
say thc same. 20 years the standard
at your Druggist.
Dress IMing
' A, E. S. Tailoring Soliool
1 laving now secured suitable
premises, will open in ihe
TAYLOR BLOCK, over
McRae Mercantile L'o.'.s
btore, Monday, October 7.
All orders for dressmaking
promptly antl skilfully at-
te .tied to.
Two Night classes weekly—Wednes-
ilaj and Friday. 11.mrs Irom i m'l.
ley hours from II t" 12: 1 to 4:30.
Catherine Goodwin
Revelstoke, B.C
THE CANADIAN BANK v
OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Drafts on the principal cities in thc following countries issued without
delay:
Africa
Ar.-.bia
Arcentine Republic
Armenia
Auntral.11
Auslrir.-Hungary
Belgium
Brazil
Bi.'ffnrla
Ceylon
Chill
China
Grata
Cut" a
Denmark
Bcypt
Finland
Formosa
France
Germany
Greece
Holland
Ice! und
India
llVv
Japan
Mneedonla
Malta
Manchuria
Mexico
Nrw Zealand
Njrway
Panama
Persia
Peru
Philippine Ulanda
Poland
Pcrtuital
Rouninnla
RtiMla
Servla
Slam
Siberia
South Africa
Spain
Stralti Settlemanta
Sweden
Switterland
Syria
Turkey B.7
United Stitei
Went ludlei, etc.
These draft! can be drawn in sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, yen,
taels, roubles, etc., according to the money of the country in which they
arc payable.  This enables the payee to obtain the exact amount intended.
REVELSTOKE BRANCH   F. M. GIBSON. Manager.
NAKUSP  BRANCH    H. L. ROTHWELL,   Manager
Box  26
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VRANCE OF
Brandon and Taylor
•      Tall ing and Dancing A< ts
Russell Parker
Ore.1 ■ All Jugglers
M(jnday,   Tuesday,   Wednesday"
Neal and Neal
c, ■- i    1. ■, Novelty Balai ch :■
Max Shaull
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Prices, children, 15c.  •  Admission, 25c.
i-i ,<■; v< ti Si ate, 35c
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VIOLIN AND PIANO
STUDIO	
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All Instruments Taught
TEACHER OF SINGING
AND VOCAL CULTURE
Directed by
CHEO. LOUIS COVRES
This Studio gives instruction on all brass and
stringed instruments, violin, etc., by the
very latest Italian and French methods, used
by the Royal Conservatory of Music of Milan,
(Italy) and Paris, (France). We guarantee
by this method to put out a good performer
in SIX MONTHS.
TERMS and further information
on application to
CHEO LEO COVRES.      MACKENZIE AVENUE
Corner of Victoria Road
  fl SATURDAY, NOVEMBER IGtta, 1!U2.
THE livtf JLIL-HER-A-XiID,  Tl i'.TELSTO'K"E
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16th, 1'J12.
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Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51 Phone 295
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1865
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
!9l)o
* 3,000,000
3,000.000
23,677,730
27.457,090
33,090,192
1911
$ 4,000,000
4,600,000
35,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284
Hm 83 Brunches In Canada, and Agenta and Correspondents In all
the Principal Cities In the World.
A QENVRAL BANKING BUaiNEaa TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rato.
Revelatoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
. . It Mioht Be Cold. .
IBTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent- Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
I.JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,     .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals [or J6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LKVUSQUE, 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
C\g»r*     Rate? $i a day.    Monthly rate.
JT.   ALBBET     STOIDTIE.      PEOP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
RtVtLSTOKE. B. C.
E.   Q.   BURRIDQE
Tlnamlth Repair*, Hot Air, Pipe
•nd Furnnos work
-WORK   •HOP-
Oonn»uBht Av*.   •   Ravclatok*
UNION HOTEL
ARBOWUIAO. B. C.
Hpecial Attention Riven to commercial
men anil tourists. Fint-claa* sample
rooms. Iiin'»t scenery iii British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
WANTED
WANTKD—Nursing, apply to Mra.
McDonald, corner ol Third street
and Connaught avenue, or phone to
Number 265. lm.
WANTED—A small Furnished house,
by a careful tenant. Apply to A.B.
Mall-Herald.
WANTED—One Furnished House lor
Winter months. Apply Box 443,
Revelstoke, B. C.
Lumb
umbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  RevelBtoke, B. C
before|buying ymir outfit of working clothes
(nr the'bush. I mske a
specialty ol Losing
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
r-!lanket8 aud everything
rriinireil iu vnnr Uihmipnh
Talk About Making Money
Out of Revelstoke Property
One man who bought 13 lots in Begbie View
Addition a week ago from me has .already re-sold
four of them for nunc than he paid me for lhe whole
Block.
THAT IS GOING SOME.
lt shows thu my statement as to the   low price
of these lots was correct. THEY ARE ALL SOLO
Next week I will have 30 more pood lots near
the same place, facing on Eighth Street, at slightly
advanced prices.
If you want any of ihem speak at once, as they
too will go quickly. All are insiJe City Limits with
streets laid out an.l cement walk on Seventh Street,
within a few yards of the propcity.
A. McRae, Agent
ll C. Ministers at Ottawa   ! Drunkenness Ground tor Divorce
THE CANADIAN HOME
INVESTMENT CO.. LTD.
C. S. MARSHALL
Representative
HAHVEy. McCARTEIt
AST)  PINKHAM
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc
Imperial  Bank  Building  Revsl-
•toke. B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—RevelHtoke.    R    O..     aad
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. rtnkbam, J. A. Harvey
Kevelutoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH,
Provincial  Land   Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Enrlnenrtn,
McKENZIP. AVH.,
BOX   )U6.   RKVISLSTOKR
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ARCHITECT
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Box 146, RevelBtoke, B.C.
KOOTENAY     LODGE,  No. 'si A. V
aud A. M.
Regular meeting* are held ln MAS
ONIC TEMPLE, Oddlellowa' Hal)
on tha Third Monday in each month
at . a. m. Visiting brethren are
cordlaUr welcome.
W. THOMSON, W. M.
W.  B.   ROBBRTSON,  Becretary.
O. W. O.  W.
Mountain Vl*w Uamp.  No. I'll
Meeta Second   and     Fourth Wednes-
daya    in each  month  ln    Selkirk
HaU.     Viaitlng Woodmen are
cordially Invited to attend
A.   J.  WOODLAND,  Con.  Coin
JAMBS  McINTYRE.  Clerk.
COURT     MT.      BBGBIH,    No. J4S1.
OF I. O. T.
Meeta in I. a O. F.  Hall next   to
Tapiiing'a Opera House  every second
and lourth  Monday in  month. Visiting brethri-ii cordially welcomed.
G.  Vi. BELL, O.  R.
WM.   R.   i'AMKKON.   Rec.-Pac
BBLKIRK      I..1I11.K   IX,   1.  O.  O. K.
Meets evrty      imirmlBy evening    In
Selkirk Hali  ni   I  o'clock.     Visiting
brethren eor.lmllv  Invited.
,1, us LYON     N. 0.
JAS.  MATHIB,  Bee.
OOI.D RAKQB LODOE,      K. ol   P..
NO. K   MYKL8TOKH, H 0.
Matta trvj ti InaarlKv riript   tbe
Third Wedaeaday ol ""•'   aintith     In
Oddlellowa' Hall uf  «  nVloriS,  v'«'t
lag Kalgkta are cm' lallj  invl'ert
F. W. iaRRY, C. c.
O. H. BROOK. K. o« n. * B
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AUTOMOBILE OPENING
The Dissette Motor Co., Limited
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Provincial Distributors for
OAKLAND AND R. C. H. CARS
are desirous of securing representation for
KEVELSTOKE AND VICINITY
Both these cars are the best in their respective
classes.
In Detroit, Michigan, the home of automobiles, and
where the average man knows more of cars than in
any other city, there were MORE OAK.LANDS SOLD
tnan 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 sales
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   AND   R. 0.|H.   AUTOMOBILES
Ottuwu,    Nov.  9—Premier MoBride,
Mici 11 ", ■ linn t.iI Uowser, Deputy
insboi.cB Coim-uissloner ftlclntyro and
lUBberled Inspector Cunningham, arrived -inin tno coast yesterday, und
iiu.1 a preliminary coiueience with repaid lo hotter uuancial terms lor the
province Irom the lederal treasury.
it is uuderstood that the lederal 8«v-
ei anient hus consented to huve thn
question referred to u royal coiiimis
siuu to be uppuiuted shortly.
it is uulineiy ihat tlie report of tins
commission Will Ue mude iu time iui
uuy legislation dunug the cuiuiug
session oi parliament,
iu regard to tho iudiuu claims, Ul
McBrlde proposes to give Indiuus sui
Huge rights und ulso right to ownership ol any lauds in the transfer
li'oui preseut reserves wanted by the
provincial government, which will allow the Iiuliuiis a, reusunable amount
' Ior luiuls uow occupied. The Indian^
are insisting that the cuse should go
to tho privy council lur dual decision
as lo preseut rights ol ownership unJ
tin- government hers hus as yet come
to no decision  iu the  matter.
lu the mutter ol ushcries regula -
tions, questions at issue involving
canners' licenses und the open .... I
close seasons will nut be settled lur
sume time peudiug lurther couIcmim a
with llu/xm uud liurrell. Sir Richard
is also pressing ioi prompt action tu-
wui'ds providing a Canadian tleet uu-
lt on thc Pacific coast. Mr. Borden
does not want to take any uctiou
this session beyond making au euicrg-
eucy coutrinuiion uf thirty millions
to the Uritish Admiralty, but may
be induced to compromise with Premier Mellnde by rehabilitating uud
strengthening the naval base at Es-
i(ii.m.di au a preliminary to uaval
defense 011 thc I'acilic coast.
Ottawa, Nov. 'J—Sir Richard Mellnde, who with Attorney-General
Bowser, has been iu Ottawa for a
couple of duys, left tonight for Mon-
treul. He will proceed to New York
uud return to llntish Columbia via
California.
Hou. Mr. Uowser leaves tomorrow
afternoon for New Druuswick und w.ll
be back in Ottawa Wednesday next to
wind up his negotiations in respect to
various Uritish Columbia matters
with the  federal ministers.
The British Columbia ministers *ay
that they are well pleaded with the
reception they have received and that
good headway is being mad'. to -
wards the settlement of the various
matters under consideration.
Premier McUride called upon Sir
Wilfrid Laurier this morning in his
office in the parliament buildings.
B. C fruit Abroad
Victoria, Nov. 7—Hon. Price Ellison
hns returned from an extended tour
"up country," during which he was
present at the opening of the Summer
land annual fair. The Minister expresses himself as greatly pleased
with the exhibit at Summerland. A
considerable part ol the fruit that
was there on display will be used to
represi nt tho province at Chicago,
Montrenl nnd London, one carload go
Ing to each of those points. Mr. W.E.
Scott, the Deputy Minister ot Agricul 1
ture, accompanied by Mr. M.S.  Mld-|
dletoh and Mr. II. McClure Johnson,
will leave for the purpose of looking
after the packing and shipping ol the
Iruit. Tbe Chicago display is expect-
to reucb that city by the ::.ib inst.,
which will allow ol eight days for thn
staging lieforc the exhibition opens.
Hon. Mr. Ellison during Iris trip made
some inquiries and wus very considerably impressed by the rapid development of the fruit packing Industry
in  tbe Oouhagan district.
The "Sugar Uowl Fountain]', like
Charlies Aunt, is still running. Vie
are still serving out to satisfied customers our delicious Ice cream, sodas
and Sundaes.
London, Nov. 11.—The committee
divorce, which bus been Investigating
th.s subject fur some yeurs, hus made
public the result ol ds inquiry. 'llie
majority report recommends ihut the
• twu sexes be placed on uu equality
belore ihe law wuu regard tu grounus
lur divorce, which Bhau ne adultery,
deseitiuu fur three years, incurable iu
sanity, utter live years confinement,
una bubilnul drunkenness louud to be
incurable alter three years from the
issuance ol the first separation urder
It recommends ihut all divorce cases
shull ne heard hy u judge alone, who
le empowered to clu*e the euurt during the hearings und prohibit the pub
lieut.uu uf the deta.ls.
lhe majorty repurt uiso recum -
mends thui uu repurt on inutriniou-
iul case mi allowed until they are
iimsbeil and thut the publication of
the portraits uf tbe parties thereto
.....: he prohibited. The repoit Btutes
that the evidence tuken during tbe
Investigations showed that the pro -
I'used exU-nsiuns u! lhe grounds of
divorce, mr from tending to lower the
standard oi molality hud a contrary
erlect und that ihe present stringeut
restrictions and costliness oi divorce
are productive ol illicit lelatiuns particularly among tbe poorer classes.
Th.s report is signed by nine commissioners.
The minority report, which Is signed uy the archbishop ol York and
two other commissioners, opposes the
extension ul the causes fur divorce on
th. gruuud thut th.s is destructive to
the sanctity u! marriage ties and
lamily life and contrary to the principles of Christiau iaith in its rela -
tion to marriage.
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An Offer That   Involves   No  Risk
for Those Who Accept  it
Vie are so positive our remedy will
relieve constipation, tnat we oiler to
furnish it free uf uil eust if it fails.
Constipation .s caused by a weak -
ness of tbe nerves mid muscles of the
lurge intestines or descending colon.
To expect relief you must then-lure
tone up und stren^.li n those organs
and restore tbem to beaithier activity-
Vie want you to try Rexall Orderlies un um guarantee. They are eaten like candy, and are particularly
ideal fur children. They uct directly
un thc nei ves and muscles ol the
bowels. Tbey have a neutral action
on the other organs or glands. Tbey
do not purge or cause any inconvenience whatever. They act to overcome chronic or habitual constipation .
and the myriads of associate or dependent chronic ailments. Try Hexall
Orderlies at our risk. Two sizes, 10c.
and He. Sold only at our store —
The Hexall Store, Hews' Drug Store.
Ian 11 no, i& 1 un
Ottawa, N v, 11—The Eveniug Citizen, in discussing the possibility of
a revisiuu of tne tar.ll, bays: "Apart
from the ineuiuiial of the steel inleresl.-, a number uf represeutalious
have been made 10 the government in
tavur ol a IX ■ li'on of the tarifl in
eeiia.u respects. There are always
sume manufacturers who claim that
the schedu.es as existing at preseut
operate lu their disadvantage ...and
who wish revision with the object of
securing proteci.on in a greater measure. What the cabinet will do ln thc
matter is yet to be determined detiu-
itely but the iesi up.mon at present
is that few if any changes will be
made. A contributory influence to
such a decision is last week's sweeping victory of the Democrats in tho
Cnited Stales. The party is pledged
to tarifl revision downward. Us policy in thut regard, il given eflect,
must necessarily have an influence on
' trade between tbe I'nited States and
Canada.
"In view of this fact the govern -
. ment will be disposed to wait a
while and ascertain what thc Wilson
administration is go.ng to do with
tbe American schedules and what will
be the result as eflecting Canada. The
circumstances would appear to justify this Waiting attitude.
Meanwh.lc it is practically certain
that the tarifl commission bill wiil be
re-introduceai in the ensu.ng session
when, without objectionable amend -
ments. it is mure likely tu pass the
senate. The cause of it* defeat last
year was an amendment requiring a
special detailed report on all industries, any branch uf which applied for
an n reuse in the tarifl. Whether the
steel companies will have to wait
again .s at this juncture a debatable
question .
II she said   "bring chocolates"  she
means "Sugar Uowl" rhocolates.
The "Sugar Bowl" hot chocolate,
coffee and teu, etc.,  is unsurpassed.
The "Sugar Howl" Luncheonette la
now running in connection with our
soda fountain. Ladies will And here
a comfortable place to get an attar-
noon cup ol tea, chocolate, codes,
beet tea and  light  refreshments.
Have You Ever
Investigated
Fit-Reform ?
Ever tried on a
Fit-Reform Suit or
Overcoat ?
Ever examined the
quality of the fabrics
and trimmings ?
Ever noted Fit-
Reform values ?
If you have, it is
almost certain that
you now wear Fit-
Reform Clothing.
If you have not, you
are missing something. Come in now
and investigate Fit-
Reform.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER Uth, 1912
TPXE3  J^J^TJLt-TTTnTiJ^J^JD,   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER lCth,  1912.
Government food Regulations
Ottawa,   Nov.   5   The  (fovernor-gon-
has  approved  ol regu
  lor    a
varief ... iu lini
ti ,. aud canned
fruits, vegel ibles, honej  and  li
FRI ITS    ami  FRI IT    HRuDI I   I I
ol  uunlit)
  and fi uit pro
di    .-, i.z. .
1. ..."     sj. .... . id, edible,   Hi sh) .   ;. ui I  Bl lllODS   01     plaUll
cl.-t.:..-...-... i   tii   tbc   sweet,   .i  ...   .m.i
ethereal flavors.
2. i    ,.. an,    bouuu
pro. i       y ury.i     .. ai ured piu
perlj  prepa    sucn   .,
way  as to   ai.'    .,   . ■ ..   sub
Btani       .....        .. ..-. .:, ii.. a.,  to mc
it.... used ..i its ,.  pai .i. ion.
3. Evaporated iruit, is ..rei Iruit,
1X1       .. Hum:    ,  l.C.il    ,,ia,
ba -        , loyed,
i-     1. . a, ■ : .      .   .., I .  *  SUalJ   i OH  a...
nut mi ci ■   , uai   ..  pei  cunt ol    i ioi
.■   canned trjit is ino sui.u.i    pro
    ,   i   SUUUu
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ll iut      ..   ..,-....:.       oi   Aatho
gal,  a . , au,
. ancuiuei'B;    au .
Cc.L.. ...........   used iji
ItS   , .   I '.     D
• ■      hi   .... i     product
ma . ......... propi i •.■ mu
Cult,      an,,
sujjar syrup,   with ..   .. tiioiat    spices
aca • inegai. ..... . ..   . •
the ;; ..;   iseu in .     prepa ..l.uu,
"•   2u..i.     mai     ...     sound
; I   iu Bound pru
P*rlj pre] ired Iresh
fruit .  	
with   if    , ■■ ,,,..„.
to ., solid consistence; and con
toi ime I    tb    iuii used in itB
8.   1 i,     pro
I i clem
But:. . tured and j repai
1 ■ ■■■■ mas
oni .     .,,... i
ami
'i f .'megs     and     uforms    in
: ■      to the li ...     pi epar
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'.   Jell)    lr ..:  jelly, is tl      boud .
■ I  gelatinous produi      made
by   - ...: g . lean i    ,  rna-
ired  Iresh  In I   irtth
»'-'! r,   i cue   eipi
to which Bugar
orn b .u name tu the
''•'•'•' .... .t.uns.
 i ..-, Iruit but-
1 ther Iruit   or
Iruit Juice tr.ua tnat whioh gnv« its
to  the  art.cie,  tm   fa t
-' of such other     fruit
tbs label, m let-
is that
-n naming   hi    • .
• '        : not,
how. ply to tbe :     fruit
up to the
per cent, ot I
Buufnc
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1
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CANNED PE »S
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JuiA
ass=     |ON[DY[""AII KINDS"
*"■ m ■»«" ■
It's Ihe CLEANEST, sl.Mil.i M , snd BEST HOME
I'\ I..  ..in buy-Vt'iiy vim don't e-v.-ee Ice,,, t,,
knoM i,li,cc KINDo( Ctulh yuurGbodl are mad.
of...So Mci.il,... aro ImpollUil.,
Send I ., I ii'.' i'.Mmi Ceil I, SCiry   llncklcl, .Ml,I
Buukl«tKlvlngriieulu "I l>. Iiir nvuratttui rotor*,
rh. JOHNSON nI. 11 \K ISON CO., 1.Icicle.',I.
M .i.e..■.,. i ninda
Plenty of (ialt Lump Coal arriving:.    Orders will have
prompt attention.
Order ai Kooteuuy Agencies
McKenzie Avcim
PHONE
GHEAM
green)  peas, Bhall  he plainly  labellod
,a such   i waj  as  how ibat thej
.nc such.
11 i-i:sk i.
llunc.v. as   i Mm...      entirely     the
product iii ibe  ■■■it. ies operut
.nc, upon the u ctar ol Mowers aud
... m-i Bai hm ic I.. itions ol plants
and co. una uol mors than 26 por
cent ui uatei, an i nol more i han a j
per cent ui Buct'ose (.cane sugar j, nc,;
.-iu. e than u iui tc i ol i por cenl ol
ash umi uol less than till por cent ul
invert sugur.
iiii1 H.Lifdiu at Ottawa
A pure, healthful, Cream of
Tartar Baking Powder
When buying an article of food you are
entitled to know exactly what you are buying
—its quality ami ingredients.
If this information is refused don't buy it.
Some of thc low grade baking powders are
advertised, but the ingredients of the powders
are scrupulously concealed.
A housekeeper would not use a baking powder containing alum if she knew it.
IA. Davidson, PS
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Ringer and Wheeler Wik»on Sew-
inpr Machines
For S le or Hire
by tho month  at Manning's.
AH kinds of machine needles
stocked.
MANNING,   Agent.
FULL  LINE OF  GENT'S   SHOES
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solid leather Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also carry a full line of Tan
Shoes.   Call and see them before purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe RepnlrerB,
SiulillorH
Harness'Makers
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III'FI^
Ottawa, Nov. < Pracl Ic ill) everj
, i .-f . mm, .,;,., .,; mi iu- i apil al,
.n ludlng     Un s.. oi  the  big    Loi
  has n   ..ci Interview with
. Ir   Uichard   Mclli ide  ou  tlm      nn i j
iiuestion u.ui Uritish    i lumbia     al
lairs.     Th "■   tin ■   ie ,:.    the     cables
v..inn    tuduy     with hi»   declaration
made   io  a groi ■>  ol   ipaper  men
lasl   in,-ii   thai  nothing Mr.    Borden I
.. ....   do in  the  way  ol contributing
to the Impi 'iui  navy  will  be objected to bj  the  ; p :   ..i ii'.'   '. . '.iiiiui- i
la, w ho, however, at the sa uo t nne
realise tbe necessity of providing
proper protection to the 1'acltic
coast.
"l can only repoat now," said the '
Premier, "that bo far at   British Oo
■  tnbia   is    concerned    nothing    that
tbe  Prime MlniBter will evolve in the !
.iv ol ,i Btrong polii.» ci naval defence will be loo much to satisfy our
pro\ Ince. Wo arc not keen on promoting  mil tarism,  neu- are  we  anx-
ius to  he biassed us alarmists,  but
Bide by side witl    the splendid growth
of our s     .ii ..   the Dominion     we
I thai  we owe a iuty to the Btate
to see  that  thc  enormous  Canadian]
.-.is in tne way ..I railway termin-
iin i porta tbat are being Jc .
e.l Hlio'.ild have the protection    that |     ___________„_
ii   decency   deniuii Is.    lt   is   an
open si ret today    ihat the   Pacil      ;   n  merely .,    . n  insurance oi bhe
, ...ast       ,,, ictical j   del mceli ■■■■   have  tl   re,  we     should
that  II trouble arose il would be lm    h» " -1;'!l ! '   '" •'"'    Pfompt
tho slightest   ■■ n i     Dctlve mes |    the No -
re  looked   I nt."
It is well when buying to examine
the label on the can. Unless it shows ■' lie
ingredient ere im of tartar, don"t buy it.
's baking powder is abso-
: from zyi-dm.
NOTICE
I have opened up a Restaurant in Lower Town
and will serve all Chinese dishes, such as chop
Suey, Noodles, etc.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
KEE MOON
First Iiiicir West, Next to l'ire Hall
VCLEPHONE    737
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Patronize vour mvn color by sending all your washin.!,1"
to the WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY. Get
your blankets in early to avoid the rush.
Bachelors, trj our collars.
\\V have just installed a new collar machine which is
bound to please.
f ruitL
^anas
FOR SALE
(i".|cti:i Bay lunds in psrwlH of
10 or 20 i.ci'-ii or mi bloc. Oorrtw-
|innil«nPK invited,
John Shaw, Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
Howson 6& Co.
Are prepared to Sell Furniture, Carpets,
Linoleum and alll House Furnishings
at Eastern Prices.
Ask for Cash Discount.
L
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80 KARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
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J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
i Phone 42  -   Night Phone 85
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Trotible, IUT. io  right n ,w va OIN
PILI-S.
■ee. •«>«»«. 6 foi to J* if rn" w*7'
to'trr Ur ti I ■ *i "-'•' '*'■■■'■ ,^'"1 ',
loMUMMi ",lt*1 to 0f
CMtstili Luu.ifl, loronio. I4»
THAT is I
be low it thctradi
you nn: t i loukf'ir i.
time y i.i huy underwear
Your size In any garmeni
with ili.' trademark win
tli perfectly, will outwear
ordinary   underwear,   v. ill
not sluiuk. Yet you jmy
nothing exlr.i for lliit
oxtrn value; and you get our
Guarantee of "money back
if > di can fdirly cluim ii."
Ilade -i1 Parli in Canada
hy PENMAN8 Limit-* -
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Woman's Rights
It is your inalienable right to demand in a range—
Economy, Promptness and Satisfaction. It is your
privilege to expect the same attention, progress and
efficiency in the things you use in your daily work as
have heen brought about in other and often lest
important lines of endeavour.
The Gurney-Oxford is the foremost example of cook-
ing efficiency.
The Gurney Economizer regulates all the drafts by
lifting or dropping one small lever. It keeps the fire
alive for hours with practically no coal consumption.
It saves 1 ton of coal in 6. The Gurney Economizer
it found only on thc Gurney-Oxford range.
The Gurney-Oxford O/er. ia absolutely and always
heated the same on all Aides and in all corners because
the heat is evenly distributed.
This is a sure and unfailing guarantee that whatever
comes out of the Gurney-Oxford Oven is crisp and
II ~ht and delicious this is lhe final test and the point
■no3t often .-ldvan^^d by those who cook on a Gurney-
j Oxford, those who belirv i; \_ woman's right and
privilege to have in her kitchen the labor, time and
money saving principles embodied in the Gurney-
Oxford.
Revelstoke Hardware Co.
Revelatoke, B. C.
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing CB,
Sheet   Metal Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Plume JS1
NiKlit Phone *)
I'. O.  Uox 4»i
WHITE STAR—4ARGE5T 5TWHERS^ CANADA
ROVAL MATI, STH AW ERS
AUTUMN SERVICE
Mniitrc.il        Quebec       Liverpool
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Portluml, Maine, Halifax, Liverpool
ONLY I'OUR DAYS AT SKA
Prow Prom
Portland     Halilax
New s.s.  "Lnurentic". .Dec   7   Dee.   S
"   s.s Tentontic    "   H      "   15
Nov. 23      "    s.s. Canada    "    21        "    ll
Sew s.s. Megnntlc	
New s.s. Meganticand Laurentic, 15,H0(l tons, Largest from Canada, all
classes cut led.
SS Teutonic, 1582 feet, 18,000b. p. S. S. Canada, 514 feet, 10,rK>0 tons.
Carry only second and third class. Haggage cheeked thron^u to steamer in
liond.    No hotel or Trans'er I'ixpeiises.
WHITE STAR UN'S WHITE STAR LINE
N. Y. Plymouth,  _ Cherbourg
Southampton
New York      Queeuitowu      Liverpool
S. S. Raltic 	
S. S. Celtic	
     "   .'I     S.S. Oceanic  .\..Nov. li
     "     5     8.3. St. Louis Nov- 30
American Line Steamer.
Company's Office, 619 .Second Ave., Seattle, 3 doors from Cherry Street,
or A. G. Brooker, Agent, C.P.R. Ry., Revelstoke.
Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
■ " m
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in the manufacturing business t
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office and Bar   Fixtures,   Storm
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds ol repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
c^Vletal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE DRIV    •
I->. i > i.uily   know*  Iiim,  In     i
t.ll \nti timi the whiskey,, w.
•i inicK are tin- hest.    Call anu
••ni vini'i'd.    No household ibou,
he miiiuiit  a supply of imr Harm's Ipaolal tcotoft Whlsksyi our
ii ..pin llqusur trsntty, guaranteed
I*) year! old or Blaoklxrry traraty
i' -i Midii iimi piirptiHcs.   Our stock
nf choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled.     Sold by all
tho leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importer* "» "•fieri IP Pure Wines, liquors, Cigar* and Clgarsttef
- -. n   i..*..r •■•
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COAL and WOOD
Good Screened Lump Coal (semi hard)
from Lethbridge now in
Birch, Firand   Hemlock-dry-$6 to $7 a cord
Orders will receive prompt attention.    Phone No. 60
S. G. ROBBINS
, 8ATURDAY, NOVEMBER ifith, 19l2.
TUB MAIL-HBBALD,   R H VEL8TOKU
BATORDAY, NOVEMBER ICtli, 1912.
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 2- flume Si Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS  DEPARTMENT
ONLY SIX WEEKS
Why not do some of your Xmas
Shopping early. You know the
usual crowds at the season's
end.
The Campbell Kids '
The greatest character doll ever put over.
Dutch boys and girls, Baseball Players, Football players, non-breakable heads, and all
hard Wash Cloths, and all making a big hit
with the cute dolls at each	
$1.00
Wools   Wools!
In  Fancy Colors,  double and single, Berlin
and Eiderdown Wools and the knitting yarns.
HairO
rnaments
New showing of fine Barrettes, Combs,  Hair
Ornaments and Comb Sets.   All Prices	
25c. to $5.00
Fancy Linens
Our Annual Sale of Fancy Linens is now on.
We have a great showing of Doylies, Tray
Cloths, Sideboard and Buffet Drapes in the
finest pure white linens; nice pieces from	
25c. to $10
The greatest line of Dressed Dollies we have
ever shown at 25c. 50c, 75c. and $1.00 up to
$10.
ancy
Work
We have a good Idea in Fancy Work. Each
piece and all the thread and material to complete them.    Towels, Bags, etc., at each	
35c. to $1.50
Groceries and Crockery Department
Pure Honey
We have just placed in stock a large shipment
of Pure Honey, fresh from Brussels, Out., in
5 lb. and io lb. tins, and half lb. ,4 Ib. and
l lb. jars; quart sealers.
See Our Corner Window for
Classy Biscuits
Huntley & Palmers are fresh from their
Factory in England. Christie's are also just
in from Ontario	
Prices from 2 lbs. for 25c. to 75 Cents Per Pound
Fruit and Chocolates
Fresh   G. B.   Chocolates  in  half and   i   lb.
boxes.
Cape Cod Cranberries, Sweet  Potatoes,  California Grapes, Grapes, Bananas, Oranges and
Lemons.
New China, New Cut Glass, New Dinner Sets,
New Tea Sets.    All kinds Far v China.
Bovril and Fluid Beef
This is the time of year for Bovril and Fluid
Beef.    A shipment just arrived	
16 oz. bottles of Johnson's Fluid Beef.
;o oz. bottles Bovril Cordial.
4 oz. bottles Bovril.
2 oz. bottles Bovril.
Specials for Friday and Saturday Only
Ghenardcllis Ground Chocolate, half lb. tins 15c.
Canada Corn Starch ,3 packages for 25c
Nabob Custard Puddings 10c. per package
Nabob Tapioca Puddings 10c. per package
Beef Loaf 10c. per tin
Condensed Cocoa 20c. pcr tin
Choice Teas
Sunbeam Tea, Red, good, peril)       40c.
Sunbeam Tea, blue, best, per Ib     50c.
New bruits will bc in next week.
Take Elevator to Fancy Goods Department
A Table of Fancy Articles, pin cushions, photo
frames, sachet folders, Handkerchief Cases,
pin trays, etc.
Beautiful Furs
Some specially nice sets in Lamb, Beaver, Seal,
Alaska Sable, etc. We have always demonstrated our ability to sell good Furs and can
point with pride to most of the good furs in
town having come from here.
Shop Early and get the Pick
of our well assorted stock in
our Fancy Goods Department.
Umbrellas    Umbrellas
(*reat stock of the new designs handles now in,
tops of the Gloria Silk, up to the finest pure
silk tops.
RUBBER FOOTWEAR
Let us assist you in the trying problem of keeping dry feet. We are prepared to fill
all and any orders for Rubber Footwear at once. Our stock is complete, and our
line, the famous "MALTESE CROSS BRAND,," has no superior. Rubbers for
Children, Men and Women; Overshoes and Cardigans from Children's sizes, 6, to
Women's sizes, 7}.. Men's Stub Proof Heavy Rubbers in all styles, weights and
sizes.   Call and let us show you that our goods and prices are right.
OUR XMAS GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
Now, when you are thinking of that present for the distant friend, let us help you
in deciding now when the lines are complete and sizes unbroken, we can offer you
a wider selection and better service than later when we are rushed.
A Few New Arrivals
Men's, Boys' and Misses' c^Woccasins—
An ideal present for the friend in a fureign
country
Prices. $1.75 to $3.50
MEN'S TIE HOLDERS-New leather
nnd metal devices.     They make up into a
small, compact parcel
Prices, 75c. to $2.00
FELT SLIPPERS for Men, Women
and Children. An ideal present for sending away	
Prices. 50c. lo $2.00
cTWEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS-In silk
linen, excelda, all in plain borders, or initialed  	
Priees, lie, to $1.50 Eaeh
MEN'S   NECKTIES-Ml  new shapes
and coloring,   either   in   fancy boxes  or
separate.
Priees, 50e. to $2,50
.OWEN'S SMOKING ACCESSORIES-
A wide range of Pipes, Cigar Holders, Tobacco Pouches and Cases. Everything
for the smoker at prices Irom	
25 Cents to $20.00
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
CURTAINS
We are showing a few nice lines of Curtains, Screer.s and Madras by the
yard from 20c. to 50c, also many different patterns of Lace Curtains.
You will do well to see them before buying.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT
On Carpet and Carpet Squares we are making a Special Discount of 20
per cent, on an already low price. There are some exceptional good
bargains in Tapestry and Brussels. We are mading this offer for IO
days only.
LINOLEUM
This week we have opened up our Fall consignment of the best Scotch
printed and inlaid linoleum, some very good designs in black and white,
green and white, tile, etc., also oak flooring and Parquet design. Now is
the time to make your selections while the stock is all here. Dome and
see them anyway.
in'in,I
mm SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ll
■rum avcj^irrEcitiKAi.r), beyelstokb
SATURDAY, NOVRMDKR Uth, 1912.
The monthly social antl literary ev- int ami altogether tho concert prom-
onlng nf the Methoitlst i-hurch, will tie   ikmm tn .be i>I the liiftheht i:1iibh.
held on Monday evening', |   A Dumber of the chil.lrai will give
Frcs!i Shipmeris Coming to Hand Daily
Sweeter Coats tor Ladies and Misses
Misses Coats, to fit girls from ID, 12,14 years
Ladles1 Silk Waists,   ladies Set Waists
Ladies' lite Tailored Waists
Ladies1 and Misses' Wool Caps
200 Ladies Hand Gags direct from Bast American
Manufacturers.
Infants Wool Jackets at all prices.
REID & YOUNG
THE CITY IN BRIEF
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Buy
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■   Francis  Hull.
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Ti nuts I 'luh  .■■ Ill give a     dance
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n later oi
..   -  .1    Finn   who trnnslcired     to
Kan '     Messrs. .1. l'. McLen-
I Ing m Kevelstoke
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Mr.  Curl Little,  ol  Calgary,  is    lu
the city foi  a lew days, the guest oi
1 aunt,  Mr. and .>hm.  a.
..iQtS.
From     Gran I    Rapids,     Michigan,
f on a visit to
hevelst iki tie 1    gn ., t-1 y
impri .-.   . . ; m,, esi'Bciai-
H ■ If ok i district.
Mr.-,  hoi ■■■ receive
.11,   ttUd    Uell
u.au • ol hi r daugu
ter, ...;.,-  ui
tt-ruoun.
General
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... t.vitj realty market
It is .ve have   to
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Vou are cordially welcome to all ser-
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CHRISTMAS
> are uo\v under consideration and we would  like
en [uiries and orders are uoi
lo call your
A T TEN TION
to the lact that we nre already opening mir new season's stock of dried
fruits, cuirauts, raisins, peels, extracts, spices, etc , etc,
i»ij:ase
come in
We also
nnd look around. As our goods arrive we display tbeni.
Marry cheice varieties oi eating and cooking apples, including
Snows, Jonathan, Spies, Ki"Hs and Russets
i inr siock is complete in all lines.
Phone 41
A. HOBSON
Box 734
lievelstoke Inside Property
Real listate is selling rapidly     Why not .vet In before all tbe most tlesir-
uble residential i"t* are taken up.J
Last week we made mm era] g..i'el ? des tie local buyers und it will only be a
short time l»i-t. re ilu-e Inti .irtuill closed emt.
.'all at our ollice and Ret lull particulars.   All our property can be sold
on easy terms.
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
Decision Uphetti
The Interesting decision ol His Hon
or .Millie Grant on the question of
whether a Piece ol land Hold n» "Uve
acres more or less," but which on
actual measurement was lound to con
tain only i.ii acres, wae oorreotly des-
crthed, came belore thc Court ol Appeal yesterday afternoon, with the result that the appeal Judges unonltn -
Dimly upheld the decision ol the lower
court thut the description was a l"'lJ"
per oue   under tlle . ii'iiiiistiiuccs.  Tlie
appeal     waB    accordingly dismissed
with costs.
The history ,,1 this Interesting real
estate case is ,,.-. Inllows lu tteptein
bei, l.ni.i Messrs Uiioater It. Kerr an.l
T. lOdmund btroug sold to Air. Pranoia
VI. Hunter a piece "t laml at Buriluny,
lor J75O0,    which wa- represented to
contain   live  aire's  i c  m   less.   Two
yoara later, aftor tho payments were
completed, the land was siirveye.1 ami
lound   to  Contain  only   l.u  acres.      A
claim was accordingly made lor the
refund nf »7M), Mr. Hunter aliening
that, us he had purcuaoed ttie lund ut
the rate uf lluM por acre, he was
entitled to the prico of the hall uere.
The argument at the trial turncel
on the question of Whether the luud
hud been sold hy the block for ?7fiOO,
or hy a pcr uere standard at (1500
per acre. The evidenco showed that it
hud been sold hy the block for *7.ri<Mi,
and under these circumstances Judge
Grant held that ao misrepresentation
had been pi'actisnl. and that the plain
till hud no claim Inr a refund.
The explanation ollered uh to tho
inexactitude of the description wus
that when originally stukeil the lunil
had measured live acres. Since that
time a roadway had heen built thru'
it, deducting nearly hulf an acre, hul
thc property still shows on the re-
curds as measuring live acre's. It was
nlso admitted hy tlu' plaintifl thnt,
long before he brought action, he hod
sold the property for $13,000.
Mr. K. J. Mi Dougal appeure.l on
behalf of the appellant yesterday, und
Mr. W.II. Karris, of Russell, Russell
ci- Hancoi, who hnd previously conducted the case hefore Judge Grant,
appeared [or the rcspondemt.
a reception after the concert for their
l,mi Mills ami  friends.
BUSINESS [UU
Clean conl nt Coursier's.
Leave' orders  fur      private  greeting
cards at Bews' Drug Store.
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTIfMG
GOODS
nf the  guild  au
at    Maodonald's
\11 Hi,' new boot
thors, now on sale
drug store.
The Bazaar at St. Francis Hall, on
llie llllll ulld aiifli, promises to lie tlit.
host yet-    Do not miss it.
Nice assortment of Japanese table
napkins, just opened al Macdonald's
drug store.
Christmas curds ami calendars now
on sale al   Hews'  drug store.
'tally curds, pencils, Bridge cards,
500 Curtis, etc., sold at Macdonald's
drug store.
Tin' new game "Hoodies" al Bews'
Drug store.
Checkers, chess, play cards anil
rules ol gumes of all kiinls Hold at
Macdonald's drug store.
Decern her 11—Fifth Annual MuBquor-
ado Hall, under auspices of Fire
Brigade No. 1, at the opera house.
Music furnished by the Revelstoke
i irehestra.
Vou have time yet to get your
Christmas cards  with your name    on
tbem,   A     beautiful     lot  to choose
Irom, Cull uud see the Imok at Mac-
ilonald's drug store.
All subscribers not receiving the paper regularly are requested to com -
inunicutc with the editor, Mail-Herald
liox 311, Revelstoke B.C., in order
tbut their complaints mny he recti-
tiedf Write yo'.r lull name nnd a.l
lie'ss Icgitely, and your romplnint will
he attended to promptly.
Kor Bending nwuy long distances we
have M calendar eil Revelstoke scenery
nicely hoxe.l. From '.liie. and 50c, at
Macdonald's  drug  store.
Her time  was wrong, her tune wus
had;
I'he Bluck Key Study mude her sad,
She Bald good bye to all the (use,
And bought a tiourluy AiigcltiB,
At the   Revelstoke  Music  Store.
Leave your order for n copy of the
Hiejish Illustrated papers, Xmas
numbers alsu the Toronto tilobc. —
Macdonald's drug store get them
when roady.
Mrs. ii. s\ Coursier    has returned
im,in an i ■ ten I id trip east. and will
on Tuesday tho I'th      I
Mrs. il. Ralph Lawrence wlll receive
tV'ednesday, Novembei 20th, and alter
,1'ards every third Monday .lar.i.j; lhe
..ease Ml.
lu  th'-  bowling  tout i        •   Y
M.C.A. alleys on     11 the
Uddlellows    eat the Y.M.C.A      ...
score ol ' im garni s to one.
Forty   per  ceut   i !od   Li'.'fi   i lil   Em
i ougb aad lit rat
wiutci t I .
i hi   : egului bi
.-;. John a ch iron in tb
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I 'lillie' iVO
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■"i   Service,   Mi K   iiiii    \ ■	
bcatro.
Ilev.   Jas,  Calvert,  D.D.,  .if Kaslo.
wliee    is     in     charge •■'. the Mission
launch   "Iwyll"    on     Kootenay   lake,
passed  through th,' city  during    the
ti his waj  '      he i oast.
Political [quality League
At a meeting beld at the City Hall
on Thur-duy  evening,   the  llth  inst.,
the  locui   liruuch  of  thc  British  l-'ol-1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
umiiia Political inequality L/eague waB HELP WANTBD—Une of the leading
Life Insurunce Companies desire to
engage the services ot a tirst class
business man to represent them in
Revelstoke nnd district. Applicants
must have tirst class references as
to character uud ability to produce
business. Apply giving full particulars to Manager, Mall-Herald ollhe.
GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
Goods of all kinds. Mr. Fisherman, don't forget to
inspect our Btock 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
formed, thc following olllcers beiug el'
ected:
I'rcsident,  Mrs.  Sturdy;  Vicc-l'resi-'
ele'iit.  Mi-s  Christie; Treasurer,    Mrs. ■
Robbins; Secretary, Miss Hurdle, with '
an Executive committee consisting lu
addition .if Mesdamei Lawson, Cour-
Bier, Sibbald aud tlordon.
The regular meetings e.l the League
will be held oil the tir.-.t Monday   ol
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^euch  month at   i p.m..  pluce to     bo
Among  R . at     tbe  decided  later.   Those  wishing for in-
coast last week woe Mr. J.B. Watson tion ae te.     membership,   etc.,
oP-   maj apply to any of the above nam-
-  ed      .cere.
■ re was a col attendee e a*.I a
B. C. . nre uJJe; to thc
iiat of member*.
Thursday, November 21st, 1912
" The Red Rose"
OPERA HOUSE
Seats at Macdonald's Drug Stoie
Mr.  Ii
Iripp-Paul Reci:al
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MANY ATTPACTT. t.  LINKS IN HOLIDAY COODS APE. NOW ON  DISPLAY
c ard
•u..n Cards aud Culcudar     now on nalc    Christine    I
 25(    per li../  ,
A lamented, of Leather Good, than  ever  before offered lo    ...
,j Revelstoke.
. ■   .,, rent lines In Manicures, rravelllnR end loll
: .,        , .. • ■- tor boy. and girls. "Boy.Own,     Oirl. Own
tlei   Uox."	
I OK
MIN
FALL UNDERWEAR
I (IK
hOYS
'libers, in a!! li
Fall dais, all tin latest shapes and iim.
Suspenders   All sizes and colors.
Mackinaw ('oats—All ^ratios
Large assortment  of Kail snd Winter Suita
and Overcoat I to choose fr'.m.
bews THli REXALL STORE bews |,|
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing        Stetson Had        Foot-Rite Shoei
ARE YOI) A WISE MAN ?
Have you awakened yet to the fact that there are great opportunities
for profitable investment in Revelstoke Real Estate at the present
time. Last week we sold over $7,000.00 worth of local realty and are
having enquiries for "good buys" almost daily. Many are realizing
the fact (several from outside points) that the great advantages coming next year mean large increases in realty values and are investing
now to be in on the ground floor while priceB are low.
Buy Now and You'll Make Money
HERE ARE A FEW EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD SNAPS
i fn .(I Modern Home «tnd 75 Foot  Frontage on Mackenzie  r_^ve.
Close in, only     $ 3,600 00
New Modern Six-Room House on Fourth Street  2,200 00
■^Moderate House on Lot 50x100. Fifth Street  2.550 00
House and Large Barns on 4 lots Third Street  3,200 00
Three Vacant Lots McKenzie c/4venue, on Corner.    J\ snap  2,100 00
hour Lots on Seventh Street.   ^A good buy at each  375 00
Hve Lots, 5o x loo on Ninth Street, each  625 00
See Ut for Terms and Particulars
LISTINGS OF VACANT PROPERTY WANTED
J. B. Watson Realty Company
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
E. G  FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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