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Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price   $t0 i
Interior Publismng Co., Agts.j
"lievelstoke, the Capital of Canada!s Alps.
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A SPECIALTY
Interior PuDlishing Company
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PRINTERS  AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 18-No 85
REVELSTOKE. B. C. DEC 11/191!
$2.50 Per Year
GIVE   SOMETHING   USEFUL
At this Hardware Store we have a Btock of Christmas Gifts thut will
delight you, We have what "HM" wants or "SHK" wants, The
prices will suit ynur purse.
ELECTRIC    LAMPS
Desk Lamps $4 00
Library Lamps   -s tm
Fancy i'.u lor Lamps    £15 to SJ.">
ELECTRIC CHANDELIERS
1 Light Art Simile     $ 4 50
2 Light Art Shade - - - •      $ 8 00
3 Litflit Art Shade     flu 00
A REMINDER
That ynur Dollar will go as lar here as Two In any other place       Let
us prove it   and show our
Cut Glass    Silverware     Chinaware    Brass Goods
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
PROGRESS GLOB
DISCUSSES AFFAIRS
$2,000 for Publicity.=-Pure Revelstoke Water for
C. P. R. Dining Gar Patrons.-Recommend Per-
manent Street Work from Station to Columbia
Other Business.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
' Imperial Bank of Canada <j>
Hoad Otflos-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
Brancheo or Agents at all principal points in.Oanada,
Agents in Great Britain and United Stales—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo NeTkda National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of 81 and upward,  received, and interest allownd al
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch - A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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NICE LINE OE CHRISTMAS GOODS
A Shipment of Useful ami Sensible Presents
just in from Eastern Canada, Vou are invited
tn look then] over. Lifts suitable lor young
ami old.
MRS. A. 6. CRICK, - first Street
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor ami fngnfaCy. Sold in 1 lb.
lend packages.
Price, 35c., 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208    QROOER & BAKER    Phone No. 23
Newcombe Players and Pianos
Over 15,000 in Canadian Homes
Giving Pleasure and Satisfaction
WHY NOT LET US 1'UT ONE IN YOUR HOME
Bridge.
The Newcombe Piano Co., Ltd.
Factory Branch, Mackenzie Avenue, Uevelstoke.   Phone   262
WINDSOR   CAFE  AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED Uf
Trainmen, utakc your headquarters here.   Qultk wrvlce.   Itrftrt CleatilineM
and Reasonable Prices,    c.ive l'« a Trial.    "We Never Sleep
Tin' Progress Cluh uiol in regular
mii mt lily iiii-i -tiii,{ Tuesday evening ill
the City Hall. Home thirty members
wore present.
President P. M. iiilismi occupied the
ohalr.
Secretary W, 11. Horobin read the
minutes oj last meeting, ami which
were adopted,
COMMITTEES
"Civic Improvement" suggested a
subway at the (.'. 1'. li. McKenzie ave.
csnsstng; recommended purchase of a
raoreatlon ground: band stand by the
City Council; also the pushing ahead
Of permanent .street Wink. These-
suggestions were considered in detail.
c P. R. SUBWAY
A. .1. Mel) nii'il: I think we should
ilef.ir notion nn this clause mil il the
Railway C. a nne unce tbeir plans ve-
garding this whole matter of the McKenzie ave. crossing.
G. S. MeCarter: Tbis crossing ia ll
problem und especially so DS it is
blocked with strings of cars.
F. M. tlilison: This  matter  can   re
main over until the C. P. R. plans arc
out
HAND STAND
The  committee's   recommendation
was referred lo the Incoming coi.mil.
PERMANENT STREETS
A, J. McDonnell) Something should
be done with tbestieets.
II. Manning; It has been suggested
that Irom Brd street to railway station
and fruin the V. M. C. A. to the post
ollii-e   be   macadamised; a Brat-das*
lu m should lie hired to supi rvise the
work.
H. S. MeCarter; The work might be
done on a local Improvement by-law.
This club might assist by circulating u
petition.
A. McRae; The road should be con
tinned 18 feet wide right from lb-
post office to the bridge.
.1. 1.y. ns; We thought it better to
ootntuenoe easily und do a portion
lirs i.
Chairman liib>on; There teems n
genera] desire that some such worl.
suoiild be done.
W, M. Lawrence; This club should
meet the council.
II. MeKinnon; This club cun get tin
work dune on petition on a frontage
tas luisis. I wouid in* pleased tu Bee
such u petitiun circulated.
It. .Manning: The situation is coin-
portion ol which would go I'or the
SchafTer booklet.
SCHAPFBR HOOK UCT
Sec. Iloroliin.—The proof sheets of
Mrs. Schalfer's manuscript are still
under consideration by the Booklet
committee.
A. McRae, If Mr. Calloway does
not push thu'book, how far are we
prepared to go in getting same out of
I he press.
Secretary Horobin.—We expect a
reply re the booklet in a few days.
II, MeVity.—The $2,01)0 would include all grants by tbe City Council
for piili'icity purposes.
A. McRae.—The amount of $2,000 is
not unreasonable.
Cli iii man Gibson.—There are only
two ways in flmince, one is to raise
i ur Progress Club Fee and the otl er
is t<i get a grant from tbe city.
A. McRae.—The membership might
be extended by active canvass. All
members should be started from 1st.
of January.
II. Manning. -We shall need perin.nent   secretaries   or    officers    to
handle the business and money.
'
(J. S.   MeCarter. — I  move   tint  lhe
City Council be asked for a grant of
$1,000   for   l'rogie.-s   Chili   publicity
purposes.   Carried unanimously.
The matter of a map was tabled.
BUTTONS
The Hut ton committee were ie-
ipiusied lo report regarding a button
for Ihe Club.
FINANCE
The Fiuauce committee  reported in
favor ol raising the meuibeiship fe.:
also in favor of an   entertainment at
an early date.
A. McRae.—We rlwn't need tu lu-
crtuse our dues. We should increase
the meuibeiship.
Mr. Mi Fwan. —Kverynne should be
invited to attend meetings and to join
the Club. 1 bave only heard of this
club through the Maii.-1Ii;k.\i,i).
fi. S. McCarier. -I think anyone
who laces interest iu this Club, would
lake $2 worth.
Chairman.—A motion would be iu
order.
.1. Lyons.-A Progress week or day
I night he named on which to gel inem-
I bers for this club.
The recommendations of   Finance
Ciuiiiiillee  were   lin.ilh   received and
till
plicated by tbe sewer system defects,' they were requested to fyle their plans
some cui cl'til liguiing will be needed.      for a campaign,   "Concert and Dance"
J. Lyons; Permanent water pipes [Entertainment committee, per Mr. K.
may be required lu some places, I Guidon,   chairman,   reported ihat  a
Chairmau Oibsoc; A comiultlei concert and dance would be held on
must do some 'preliminary work, ob j New Year's Eve, wbich would bring a
Win data ro street paving.   Civic com-J profit to the Ciub.
A. Ci. THIAKISON.
Manager
mii ne- appointed.
EXTENSION OF LIMITS
Ohairman Olbsoni The civic committee recommend an extension of tin
city limits.
A. .Millar; I think the citv .limit
should extend to ihe Columbia Rivei
and lllecillewaet as a starter.
Dr.  Hamilton;  People outside the
limits pay an i Mia price for cily  COO-
venieuces they may get, but the citj
hums sheeiild in- extended.
A. McRae; It would increase our
b a lowing power.
W. M. Lawrence; Have the outtid
ersexpreened adoelre to come In.
.1. Lyons; We can force ihem in b\
cutting off their water and lighl, bin
I believe ihey would come ill as patrl
otic ciii/.i'ii- ol .i Greater Revelstoke,
A committee ol Messrs. Mcltae, Mc
Carter and .MiKiniinn were appointet
tee slut .i movement in favor of seem ing consent of   outsiders  lo  i-unu
Into the City limits.
ASSESSMENT
A. .1.   M.iel loiint'l.    The   Incoming I
Council might go into the question oi
equitable  assessment.   Our   buslnesi
property is all under assessed.
Industrial Committee. — Progress,
Publicity Committee.- recommend h
series of advertising en v< lopes; request
$2,0000 for publicity pui-posesi prepai
ilie en of a I ity map.
ADVKKTISING ENVELOPES
li. MeVity. A map bas been sug
gcsied. bill is deemed unsuitable, ll
w.es thought that a series of views
might be used for the back of oui
envelopes. If approved, this might
be a good form of advertising, The
plates might be purchased by the
Cltib| a picture nf the auto road would
be a goodudvertliein ni.    ('■ Ittee
Instill inl t.e mis' drflnlterecommendations t'l II' XI    ■    ." inu
18,000KOR m>\ URTI8INQ
Tli   ' iinnlttec in niiiii i -.um
of $3,000 for advw Using  I '   Wltf, a
Chairman Gibson.—A matter is lie-
fore Ibis Cub, ii.inu'ly, lhc case of
Mrs. Gould, which, although not
strictly lhe business of this organization, you are all familial with bame,
il Is suggested thu Club help out the
clluit- thai are assisting in this case.
II. .Manning.—This Mrs. Gould is
reilly up against if financially, anything done will be purely a good-will
grant, that Is so fui- us the lodges are
concerned.
K. Oordon. I move that a committee consisting of Messrs. Manning,
Lyons and K. McRae look into Ilus
matter.
REVELSTOKE WATKll
ih. Hamilton. Tin- matter of using
our celebrated pure City waler in the
I O.P.R. dining rooms ls now up to the
company aiid our   samples aie  before
tbeni, ii Is probable that "Revelstoke
I Wilier" will in llle near  future   ligiue
on lhc dining car menus:    Cheers,
AOCOUNTS
Various accounts were ordered paid,
TELEPHONE LINKS
fi. s. MeCarter.- I suggest that as
the Government are now organising
an up-to date forest lire system, the
attention  of   the   Government   bo
drawn to the advisability of assisting
in the bearing ol the expense of keeping open the telephone service al
fluoiigh the district as an adjunct t >
the Forest Fire service, A motion was
accordingly unanimously adopted.
HE ADVERTISED AT LAST
There was a man ln our town,
Antl lie was wondrous wise;
Hc swore (it was his policy)
lie wouhl nut advertise.
Hut one sad day hc advertised,
Anil thereby hangs a talo,
Tin  ad, was set in <ju 1 to small type
And headed "bherlfl's Hals."
CORRESPONDENCE
To the Kditor of the Maii.-Hkuai.ii:
Sin. Allow me thru the columns of
your paper to call the attention of bhe
police to the indiscriminate snowballing on the public streets by the
youth of the town. I would not, wish
to curtail lhe hoys in any legitimate
amusement; as a boy I do not think I
would compare unfavorably wiih auy
of the lads of this city in the give and
take of the snowball, but one thing,
however, I did not du, lhal is lo shy
at horses and teaniHlers, a practice
most unfair and dangerous.   No team-
stir desires to   lake   the law   into  his
own hands and administer well merited punishment, there is therefore all
the gi eater need at the practice being
stopped by the proper authorities. I
would also suggCBl ill a friendly spirit
lhal   lhu   teachers ill our   public and
high schools reiterate the laws of the
school so far as they ell'ecl the conduct of the pupils in the public streets.
In the days of the Miller regime, the
authority of the school governed llle
child from the time he left home for
school until return. Modesty and
courtesy arc qualities easily acquired,
bin none the less valuable especially
in our youth.
Yours truly,
W, c. Calder,
Tonka Farm, Dec. 8tli. 1012,
SOME  LEGAL     DISAMLITIES OF
WOMEN   IN   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
The  Editor,
.Mail-Herald
Dear Sir,
EDUCATION  AND DISPOSITION  OK
THE   CHILD
A mother has    no right ol possession in her legitimate child.
The father has sole authority in
the education aud disposition of his
child, ulthough thc mother Is equally  responsible  lor  its  maintenance.
Thc father has the right to arrange
by will the guardianship and educa
tion ot his child (even it unborn)
it shall be '21 years of age.
MARRIAGE t)V MINORS
The consent of father or guardian
iB neccBsary to the marriage ot minors of either aex, under 11 years of
age, but the consent ol the mother
iB NOT necessary, if the father or
guardian appointed by htm conBent.
A girl of 12 years or boy of 14
years may be legally married in this
Province.
Da the case of a deserted wife, the
husliand bus thc righi to collect and
uee the earnings of their minor child
ren. He may also collect and use
hiB  wife's  wages,  in some cases.
WIFE   HAS   NO   PROPERTY
R1UHTS
A wife is not entitled to dower in
any land in the ownership of ber
husband, lie may sell or give it a
way without consulting her;EVEN
TO BUY IT. He may leave her pen-
IF THE WIFE'S MONEY HELPED
niless.
THE W1DOW1S PORTION
If the husband should die withoul
a will, the widow hue a one third
interest fo r Hie ln all real estate
owned by bim at his death. If a
widow, the other ball to hiB own people, however remote the relationship.
THE HUSBAND'S   SHARE
If a wile dies leaving no will, her
estate goes in like proportion to her
husbund and children, bul if there uro
uu children uud uo ur.\t ol km, on her
side, tbe entire estate comes to him
by law. ...
If an unmarried sun or daughter
die withoul u will, leaving a lather
mother, brothers or siBlcrs, the father inherits all the mother nothing,
unless thc property came through her
when stiu inherits a life interest in tl.
A minor tunder 11 years) cannot legally make a will.
APPEAL TO  THE   GOVERNMENT
Possibly many may not huve before known of the legal disabilities
under which women sutler in this province. But, having read tho above
smlcuicnl, every fuirintnded iierson
will be ready to admit tho uogeut
necessity Mini exists for the amendment ul the laws so tbut cbildeni
may receive adequate protection and
thut women may be granted the
equal rights and privileges with nisii
to wbich  they  aro entitled.
The Policital Equulity Lcnguo of
British Columbia earnestly urges uu-
ouall those who aro in Bynpatby
with lbe movemeut to unite with
them in tho appeal to thc Governmenl ol B. O. to pubs such laws during the uexl session of lhe Legislature us will effectually romovo tbo
grievous hardships under which tho
wives uud mothers ol British Columbia have hu long suQored.
B.C, Equality League
J. Hurdle
CT
CHRISTMAS  DISPLAY
Our Christmas display includes et choice of the Famous Zanes-
ville Art Pottery, Jardinieres, Pedestals. Flower Pots, Bean
Pots, Hanging Baskets, Pudding and Custard Dishes, l-'ire Clay
Caaaerolls with or without stands. SEE OCR CORNER
WINDOW.
CUT   GLASS AND SILVER DEPOSIT WARE
The very newest and finest patterns In Cut t'el.tss now on show
Water Jims,   Decanters,  Berrj   Bowls,   Nappies, Sngars  and
Creams, Vases, all sizes, Tumblers, and a large collection of
small fancy pieces.
Our Utopian Silver Depoaitwarc is thc Common mark of quality
at prices which make tlicingo.   See our display of these g
GROCERIES
Our Grocer) Department is complete In ali the Xmas .Fruits,
Layer Raisins, Grapes, Figs, Japanese Oranges, Christie's
Xmas Cake, Plum Pudding and Choice Fane) Biscuits, Nui-ei
all kiaels, Choice Apples and Vegetables in abundance.
HARDWARE
Carving Sets ami Choice Silverware, Pocket Knives. Safety
Razors and Shaving Supplies, Sporting Goods, a new supply of
McClary's Ranges and Heaters just arrived
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
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Plumbing
Heating
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders
Tinsmithing
n
Go to Mclntyre's Store First
FOR STRICTLY HIGHEST QUALITY
XMAS BAKING GOODS
Sweet Almonds, per lb 50c.
New Lemon, Orange and Peels 20c. and 25c.
Currants, double cleaned, fresh, 2 lb, for 25c.
New Orleans Cooking Molasses, i bulk), pt. jar.   25c.
Ensure Success by Giving Us the Order.
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Putin
Your
Stock of
Brookfield
Butter
Wholesale and Retail
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Starting to-day and ending Saturday
night, we are putting on sale only 25
MEN'S SUITS. Reg. $22 and $2'.
values. These include all the newest shades
patterns and fabrics from the best makers.
$17.00
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'i'lie (Irand HUMqUtradc ball to be
Inlil thia evening in ttie Opera House
promises to li« ii record breaker ninny
ol tho coKt.iuiios wl.l bo olflennt othem
will inn Iron. MUlilimo to the roillcu
Ioiih, lho nniKic In cimruntcod to lio
lir.it duns, Ko iloll't min it tonight
ut tho Opera liuu o,
DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS
Vases, Bowls. Comports,
Manufactured by "Libby"
BE NOT DECEIVED
J".
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C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR' WEDNESDAY,    DECEMBER   11   1912
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This question comes to everyone in Christendom once each year. May we suggest that you give
sensible, serviceable presents. The giver is judged by his or her gifts. Our name on. a package insures good quality of what is inside. We have built up cur reputation by selling only good goods and
by charging prices never higher than the quality of our merchandise.
Xmas Neckwear
in Damty Styles
We are showing a wonderful variety,
and those who wish to choose no<v are
assured ol the newest Xmas ideas. Each
tie is put up in a neat box and you have
dozens to choose from.
Prices, 50c. 75c. $1.00. $i.^0
Siik Knitted Mulers
In all the new shades and latest weaves.
Prices. 50c., 75c to $4.50
rloves tor Amas
Make An Acceptable Gift
We carry such  makes as  the Fowne's
and Perrin's.
Wool Lined Cape Gloves,  a dependable
Glove Price, $1.50
Silk Lined Cape Gloves, in grey ard tan
Price, $1.75 to $2 50
Silk Lined Mocha Glovs 	
Price, $2.00 to $2.75
Travelling Goods
The goods in this department are always
very appropriate as Xmas GifIs; such as
Travelling Bags, Suit Cases, Club Bags,
etc.
Suit Cases Prices from $5 to $20
Club Bag Prices, $3.50 to «!15
Fitted Suit Cases $20 to $35
Fitted Club Bags $25 to $37.50
Mocha Fur Lined Gloves
Prices, *:'• to 450
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes.
Dressing Gowns
You cannot select a better one. nor on -
that will add so much to his personal comfort during his home hours.
Smoking Jackets $6 to $12
Dressing Gowns $6 to $20
Bath Robes 56.50 to $22
The goods carried in our Boys' Department are always much in demand for Xmas Gifts. What is more
appropriate tor a Child and gives more satisfaction than a Suit or Overcoat. We are offering a liberal
discount on these lines for the Xmas trade. We specialize in Men's and Boys' Wearing Apparel.
Consult Us for Xmas Gifts.
The Style ."hop
For Men and Boya
IAho Know
Mcltae Mercantile Company, Limited
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For Men and Boys
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tho singing and recitation ot others
not in the contest, ...
...Hr.Mann-lng, as chairman, worthily upheld thc dignity ol the school
hoard under especially trying circumstances, since he was unable to call
on the donors uf many of the meaals
o give tlicir rewards, the medals
having  been  unfortunately delayed.
Tb,' High Scliuiil wishes to tender
thru these columns, their appreciation and thanks to Mr, Manning,
thru Iiim to tbc school board
Ioi their co operation; to Miss
Hyatt fm her assistance us accom-
panylsl and promptor; to the donors
..f the medals for their kindness, the
judges for their bhoughtfulncss and
trim: -  the .-ill/, ns ul Uevel
stoke for tens kind patronage.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
.1     be    no      lluski'lbiill to-
.•inii' wan played
n  Mon
, .-..i    n lively une from
the Smokes were     a
mi  ol i ii--. Pirates,
.ei   the handicap tbe
il luua.
:,le I . e.l
|      :
Ig   mi-rly   -ii
M  I  ,-, .1-      Mil      I,   e      .
I'M.
Irei tui all day
.       ,.   ..(   .,        ^ ■ ' "      '■"
i bi  uh in1" i
king ' i ..I boys i,n tin-
i
i- i look
is soon a
'i- lied the 1
- ,-    . ng  -   ■
• ..if   igalo
i.r '. i i   OUI
bin i   I ■ ■
• iu
■
.i    ' . i
ie, i
• i     ' -i     ,li   t  1110    li
i rm Jan itl3.
!      to
I
-
. 'i nda ■ ' lock,
rn :
i'h' boys Bible -
ili ol.. then   ■ on the roll with
it! i lanes   of 17 every Sunday,
* iiv boy '.n ib ■  i'i   ■ hose ace runs
Irom 10 In  I-' may become a member
ol this clans    whether Y.M.C.A.   on
not. Tbis is a good class lur boys
whu wish tu spend a gooi! three
quarters of an hour studying some ut
the Old Testament characl irs. Wo
tnke n new one every Sunday. Ntxt
Bunday the study is; Tho General
who captured tbc promised lund; Tbc
Sun.lay I ollowing thc study is; Tbc
Conqueror who would not be King,
these , lesBons are full ot good live
points lur buys. Tbis cluss starts at
in o'clock sharp, nnd stups at 1045
Bharp to enable any whu wish lu go
hi church tn do su. ...
NEW VIOAHS DAY
Hay are you keeping New Years
day clear for the Snuwlluke Minstrels
who arc coming to thc Y M.C.A. to
give une ol tbe best Concerts ever
given in this line. Now the V M.C.A.
is noted for its great things so let
tbis suffice. He wise as I .vh, an^i
keep tins date clear.
LIST OF
WINNERS AT
VERNON. B. C.
The    Vernon anel     Dlstl .ct I uiiltry
bi       beM   December ;i-4 an   •> was
i dei   led   iuccoss bulb in thc number
11 -      aggregating about cn'i an.l
n He-     quality ol    lbe stuc'. shown
I'lie-ie   were    seven   Itfvelstokc   exhibitors all of    whom   did w>d ,n tbeir
'    ,,-etive classes as will bc seen     '
tbo ii t ui prizes taken,
in the Barred Plymouth Re     clnas
ib mpetttton    was     Btrong but
io vi I itokcts two i xinhit'.i ■ ware
woll up ln the winnings, John sbuw
• 111 ia-.l uway the $10.00 spec .1 award
od   lm   thfl    best OOOk,   lien.  Cockerel
and inii let. having „ close » t, nd in
v> a. Moore of Okanagan Landing
ic M Bmytbo te>uk the spei iu tui
Uu   While Plymouth Hocks.
in   r hi    Orpingtons V, P,    i Kh
um i    irong compel Ition  bul managed
to     -•!      a    I'l  ICO    111    I be    lltf    Ol   "■      ''"I
In Li. Wyan lottos and Rhoda Inland Reds, P. Fleethnm did woll tak-
lug thi  uh" I'  Island Heel Bpicial,
Pof     the       lliuli'ii'H  liny     special
;     oi      Were tbro
•.' ked '.'it to    ' ompete lor the i/'st
'      ! hatel      n:i.    ol   thl   '    v.a
!•   B   Lalng'i  pulli i pen which how-
ovoi OUl as Vi. lt. Mooro
"i   Okanagan   i ling   with Barred
took the award.
II.        'ee      !""! With Hll'.M |
.md W H lloiroliin with
Brown Leghorni uisej lound places on
the    award  Utt, so tbat Revelstoke
was rightly considered as having sent
down a  very creditable display.
HOY SMY'l'IIKS  I'Ul/l.  WINNERS
Barred Rook,—Oock, Brdt lien, Ist.t
pullet, .Mb: Pen, 3rd.
White Rocks. In k, Isl: lien. Isl)
lien, 2nd; lien, lll'l; p n, 1st,
Hull' Rocks. -(.'ock. 1st; Inn. Utt
ben, 1st; c<>ck, 1st;pullet, 1st; pullet,
•2nd. pen, Isl. Special tor hc»t pen i.f
White Rm ks ut s5ow. Special ior
best tun ul Bufl Itocks at show.
I    MIl.VV, s      lilUR   WINNKIIH
Barred Rocks. Oook, Itb; hen, iml:
i i k. ' idi (•' ek, ..tli: pullot, 1st; pee,
.nd: poll, ."nu. Special ul *!ll len Iicm
cock, cockerel, I,en ami pullet
II    sl-.Killl'lllKll'e- l'HI/1-   WINNKIIS
Rhode Isl.mil Hnl .   Cock, Utihen,
Hnl: ben, lib: pen,   Illi,
I'.  I'l.Kl'i'liiA.M's PUIZK WINNBBO
Cock. 2nd; ben, 1st: hen, Sndi cook,
Hnl; pullel, Isl: pullel, 'lint: pen.   Hnl.
Specials ten  best cock, lien, cockerel,
pullel.
Silvellaeed W    im! "ltcs.-t \ick, Isl!
lien. 1st: lien, 'lm,. pen. 2nd,
I-   I' i kki en's |'     'c  >vr SBItP
ItulV    Orplugioni      . iken I,    8 ill
pullel. nib.
I', w. LAINo'g I'lii/K WINNBIM
Hull' Loglimna, U, i'.   fjock Isti hen,
Is!: hen, 2 ill; ben. 8nl| lien. 1st) e.   i
l-l., 2nd., 2 il; i ullet, I >t; pullet,
pullel   li  : pell 2 ui    Bpecial for I.
pen ul R   ( .  Hull   l.e'ulioi u>.    Bpei     I
for Mnslcnl lioo-ti i- in Bliow,
IV, ll- IK iik nil ns. I'lil/K VflNKKUS
own Leghoilis, S. (1.  -Cock,  Bl i)|
pullet, 6th.
Brown U-gliorus, R. 0. Cock, 2i d|
pen, 2ml.
WINTER TIME W
BAST hound.
No.
4—Arrives  14:45,   Departs
UM
No.
11—Arrives    7:21),   Doparts
7:40
No.
2—Arrives   11:35,   HepurtB
WEST BOUND,
12:13
No.
U- Arrives    ilMK,   Depnrts
V.ll-I
No.
"1—Arrives     Hlk,   Doparts
l   M.
No.
13—Arrives   IS: 15,   Departs
SOUTH TRAIN.
18:35
Arrives   15:40, loaves  7:45 a.m
WANTBD—Situation us housekeeper,
or general bottle work, by young
Scotch woman, sxosllsnt rook. Apply Boi nn, < ity
I
WANTED—Fair     Sccond-linnd
Sleighs.  Write Mail-Herald.
Uob- .WEDNESDAY,    DECEMBER   11   HH2
TTECEl 3VEJ^TT.-TT.ElTlJ^TsTJ,  BEVELSTO KI"E1
WEDNESDAY,    DECEMa.JR   H   1M12
r
TST1
II
,&r'
Patrnni;-" ;,
to the WES".'  J
your blankets ir
Bachelors,
We have jut.
bound to please.
i    iwn color by sending all youi' washing
XOTENAY  STEAM LAUNEIYf.   Get
early to avoid the rush.
y our collars.
'. installed a new collar machine which is
NUT1C13
i
e.. - is d   Statute
of    Oanada,   1906
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80 EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
!9u(i iyn
Capital * 3,1100,000      * 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000.000 4,(500,000
Deposits      ....        23,077,730        36,042,311
Loans and Investments -      27.457,090        38,854,801
Total Assets        -       -      -        88,090,192        48,287,284
Has 83 iii '.nnd i s In Canada, nnd Agents and Correspondents In all
tho Principal Cities in the World.
A (11-NFReM. UANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rato.
Revelstoke Branch. W   H. PRATT, Manager
1
'I
. . . It Mioht Be Cold. . .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent- Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified 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
HJOST NEWLY RBPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly ami monthly rates to be arranged*        Meal Tickets, 2\ meals for £6.1*0
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
.1   P,  LBVHSQUE, l'roprietor
Laughton .'&, Tapping, Props.
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets,
MONTHLY BOARD
$6.00
SYKOSIS   OF C0/il MINING
KEGUUTiSUS.
Coal mining rights ol the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al
bertn, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories uuu in a por
tion ot the Province ol British Oolumbia, may he leased lor a term oi
tweuty-oue years at an annual rental ot H an acre. Not mor,/ than
H.5G0 acres will be leased to oue applicant.
Application [or lease must be made
hy the applicant iu person to tho
Agent or Sub-Agent of tbe district
in which the rights applied lor are
situated.
in surveyed territory the land must
be described by sectious, or legai
sub-divisions of sections, uud iu uu-
surveyed, territory tho t.act appliod
ior shall lie staked out by tbe ap
plicant  bimsell.
Kach applicant must be accompau
led by a fee of $5 which will he re
luuded if the rights applied for an
oot uvuiluble, but uot otherwise. A
royulty shall be paid on the mer
dilutable output of thc mine at tbe
rate ol five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn ieturue
accounting for the full quantity o!
merchantable coul mined und pay the
royalty thereon. It the conl minint
rights are not being operated, sucl.
returns .ihould be furnished at leas;
ouce a year.
The leane will include the coal mia-
iug rights only, but the lessee ma;
be permitted, to purchase whatevei
available surlace rights may bo cod
metered ueces.-eury [or the working o
the mine at the rate of $10.OU ai
aero.
For full information application
Fhould be made to the Secretary o:
the Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
of  Dominion  Lands.
W.   W.  CORY.
Deputy  Minister ol  the  Interior
N.B.—Unauthorized   publication    o'
thia  advertisement  will   not   lie  pah
for.
Chap.   115   and   Amending   Acts.
Pursuant to the above Statute tbe
Columbia Uiver Lumber Company,
Limited, gi\e notiee that 30 days
uiter date they intond to apply by
petition to the Qovernor-in-Councll
for approval of the site and oi the
plans of u bridge proposed to bo constructed in and over the Columbia
Hiver nt or near a point about llvo
miles South of Golden in ilie prov -
luce of British Oolumbia,
A plan and description of the proposed site and of the bridge to be
constructed have been deposited witb
the Minister of Public Works at Ottawa uud a duplicate ihereof in tho
Lard  Registry  office at Xe-lsou,  B.O.
Dated tbis 18th day of November,
1912.
Columbia      River    Lumber  Company
Limited.
By their Solicitor,
1st iss. No.30 5w       G-eo. S. MeCarter
A  SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT
Mrs, cUu-aid Kennedy, ol Mermen,
Conn., 40 years old, was advised by
bor Physician to try Dr. Mnrtell's Female Pills, she did so with wonderful
results. Thousands of others would
sny thc same. 20 years the standard
at your  Druggist.
SUFFRfiGETTES Tl
HGHl WIIH BOMBS
London, Dec.
-According io     a
statement  by u news agency here toduy,  the      militant   suffragettes have
decided
without
call for
once.
to   ime     bombs within and
the House of Commons.   A
volunteers is to bc issued at
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,
Revelstoke, B. C
NOTICE
Nelson  Lund District.
District of West Kooteuuy.
Take notice that Patrick ,1. Murphy
of West Denial's, B. C, occupation,
Rancher, intends to apply for permission io purchuse the following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted at
the North East Coruer of District
Lot No. 8504, thence east 20 chains,
thence south '10 chains, tbence west
20 chaius, thence north 20 chains, to
point of commencement, containing
40 acres. Land situated east ol East
Denials, B. O. Date of Location, December 3rd,  1911.
Dated October 17th,  1912.
PATRICK   J.   MUKl'HY.
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Punts, Sox, Shirts
Blankets ami everything
required ill vnnr husilipRM
COAL!
Plenty of Gait Lump Coal arriving:.    Orders will have
prompt attention.
H. J. KcSCrltr, Frcpnelor.
NOTICE
Itevelstoke Lund District.
District oi West Kooteuay.
Take notice that I, John Albert
Lunge, ol London, England, occupa -
tion, Traveller, iuteuds to apply Ior
permission to purchase the folio .v ing
described  land:
Commencing at a post planted hy
North East Coruer of Lot liuu I, on
the Upper Arrow Lake, and ma'Led
"J.A.L.S.E. Corner." thence north
40 chains along the shore of Aircw
Lake, thence west 20 ehuins, thine
south 40 chains, thencc east 2'J ciiains
to point of commencement, contain -
ing i,i) acres, more or less.
Dated Uth September, 1012.
JOHN  ALBERT LAlNUfl,
Per Fredrick Vi. Terry, .-igent.
1st issue Sept. 28th
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notiee tbat I, James Sneddon
of Nakusp. B.C., occupation, Gentleman, intends to apply ior permission
iu purchase tbe following described
luuds:
Commencing at a post planted at
tbe North East Corner ol Lot 8800,
theuce north 20 chains, thence weBt
29 chains, thence south 20 chains,
theuce east 20 chains to place of com
moncement, containing 40 ucres more
or less.
Dated October 3rd, 1912.
JAMES  SNEDDON.
1st  issue Nov.  tth
Strictly Fi st Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
m irket affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Ji"-;.'-     Hai-" til a day.     Monthly rnte.
J".    ALBERT     STOXnTEJ      IPTIOT*
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Bpecial Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repair*, Hot AU, Pipe
and Furnnco work
-WORK   SHOP
Connaught Avo.   -   Ruvelatoko
J.P. SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Hundling Pianos u Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given, tbat an ap
plication will he maJe tu the Parlla
ment of Canada at the next scssioi.
thereof, lor an Act to incorporate a
Company under the name of "THfc.
WETASKIWIN, YELLOAHEAD ana
HEVELSTOKE UAILWAY COM
PANY," with power to coustruct ana
operate the following lines, namely:—
Commencing at or uear Lloyum.nstei
iu the Province of Albarta; thencc in
a westerly and south-westerly C ' ec
tion crossing the Grand Ti .un; I'at i'i
Kailwuy at or uear Viking, incuce
cont.u.ang in a westerly and . .nth-
westerly direction crossing :.ae I auu
diau Pacilic Uailway beiwoon the
towns ul Ohatou and Uuwlf; theuce in
a westerly and south-westerly direction to the City ol VieisdCwin;
theuce In a westerly lUM-.tjj lo lu
Saskatchewan river; '.nenre WeSter.y
ioilowing tbe valley cl lue r.,i u,u
river, or Bucb other valley as n i.y Le
found practical, to or near 1,10 head-
waters ol tbe Brazes river; theu'.e iu
ii north-westerly direction down thc
Rooky river valley, or sueli < tl.ei
cours* as may he found (eaelble, to
the Yellowhead Pass or such .ether
pa.-.s as muy he loeind practical;
thence in a westerly and south went-
erly direction to tue beaelwaters ol
the Canoe river in the Province of
iw.'!. Columbia; thence down the
valley ot thc Canoe river, or sucb
other valley as may be found practical, to the junction of the Canoe river
with thc Columbia river; theme down
the Columbia river valley to the City
of RevelBtoke in thc Province o' llnt-
ish Columbia.
Dated at Wetaskiwin In tbe ir.ivinc
Dated at Wetaskiwin in the Province
of Alberta, thin 4th day of November
A.  D.,   PJ12.
LOOOia a MANLEY,
Of We talk! win i  Alberta, Solicitors
for Applicants.
5 week*, 1st issue Nov. 9th
WATER  NOTICE.
for a License to take and use Water
Notice is hereby given that the
L'anuelian Pacitic Hallway Compauy,
ol Montreal, will apply for a license
to take and use One Cu. Ft. of water
out of Canyon Creek, wbich tlows in
d northern direction through Lot Silt,
and empties into Ltirdo Hiver near
Jerrnrd, B. O. The water will he di-
/erted 1,000 feet from track and will
je used for railway purposes ou the
land described as C.P.H. right ot way
This notice was posted on the
ground on the ith day of November,
.1112. Tbe application will be hied in
.he office of thc Water Recorder at
.levelstoke.
Objections may bc filed with lhc
Jaid Water Recorder or with the
lomptrotler of Water Rights, Par -
lament buildings, Victoria, U.C.
.'anadian i'acilic Huilwuy, Applicant,
By E. D. Ireland, Agent,
Nelson, U. C.
st issue Nov.  13.
NOTICU
Revelstoke Luud District.
U.strict of West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Adelard ti.
Iloudln, ol Hulcyou, B, C, occupa -
ion eSbipuight, intends to apply for
iCrmlMlon to purchase the lollowiug
escribed  lands:
Commencing ut a post plauted It)
hains . oui n ol a point In the Bouth
oiimlary of Lot 1)sTl, Group One,
iooteuuy District, which point is
llatant ill chuius West trom the
.outh Kast Corner of Huid Lot 7872,
md marked "Adelard S. Blondin's
-oi tli Kast Corner Posl", tbence
• outh ill chains, tbenee west 'It) cbains
hence north 4tl ohalni, thenee east in
hains to the point of commencement
ontaimng 80 acres more or lens.
Dated  the 23rd  September,  PJ12.
ADELARD S. BLONDIN.
Agent,
st issue Sept.  25th
Order al Kooteuuy Agencie
.McKenzie Aveue
A. Davidson,
PHONE
292
BUSINESS LOCALS
Clean coal at Coursier's.
Watch McFarland's window from
now to Xmas.
Visit Howsonis store for Christinas
gooils. Special discount offered \n
parlor furniture,
All sorts of toothsome delicacies and
substantial good things will lie on sale
at the culinary table at the Hu/. mr <m
Dei', 17th, in McFarland's new store iu
the llowson Block.
KOH RENT—A nice furnished room,
Including use of kitchen; suitable for
couple.   Apply Mail-Herald ollice
j ^ires Wnrren to DrinN Whisky
Pasadenal Cal., Dee., 5.—Pasadena
elub women today are studing the
after eflects of a Pure food luncheon
served by Dr. Mergaret Goettler at
the Shakespeare Club, in which candy
made of bran and coflee from bananas were typical delicacies. Dr. Goettler also advised clubwomen to stop
coflee with milk and sugar and to
tuke wki-ky  as It is less injurious.
"We food reformers have been called goats because we use the tops ot
beets aud celery and such vegetables
said Dr. Goettler, "but I would rath
er be a healthy goat than a sick women."
h uiey at
.Sale of parlor
trade at Howson's.
Mclntyre's
f limit ne for
Xm
FrmiLanA
FOR SALE
OulonA Buy lands in
10 or 20 ner'-* or cn bloc.
pondence invited.
parrels ol
Corres-
John Shaw. Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
IILLOW RIVER (In lho
■ main line of Grand Trunk
| Pacilic and Hudson Bay K.ul-
■way. it is the desire of the
Railway Coaipany to make it
one of the most important
towns in the entire Canadian
West.      Lots  $10  down, (10
monthly; no interest; no
taxes. Write to-day for full
information I'.icitie Bond
ami Land Corp., Ltd., 484,
Pacilic Ulils., Vancouver,B.C.
NOTICE
I have opened up n Restaurant in Lower Town
and will servo all Chinese dishes, such as chop
Suey, Noodles, etc.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
KEE MOON
Plrst lloor West,  Next In l-'irc Hull
ei..;;.   m   :s7
J. A. HOY
T .'i her of V^nlin
Pupil of I', in st  Sinn I", of Win-
r,;; "-.  aiui Pro     1       "rick,
late nf London, Eng.
Studio at City Hotel
NOTICK
Hevelstoke  I .uiul  District.
Dlstriot ul  West Kootenay.
Take notice thnt I,  Flora Georgian
Mossman,  occupation Married Woman
Blends   to  apply   lor  permission      to
.eiirt'liuHc lhe following described Inn.Is
Commencing  at a  post planted on
ihe survey boundary of Hlock 868, ot
the Kuslo and hlOClltl Huilwuy Gl'utlt
about oue mile from the Arrow l.ako
on the eust side and about two miles
nortll of tbe Town ol Nakusp, tbenee
north 20 chnins, thtnci cast. 80 cbains,
thenco south 'IH chains, thencc west
20 chnins to tho point ol eniiimciae-
ii..'ni and Containing forty acros more
Of lesH.
Dated October 24th, i!H2.
FLORA QEOROtNA  MOBSMAN,
1st lsiue Nov. 6
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sew-
intr Machines
For S le or Hire
hy the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H. MANNING.   Agent.
COURT OF  REVISION
REVELSTOKE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT
NOTIC1 i; luTi'liy ptven lhn
the ''on i of Ret Hon and Ap| a
under the  "A«e»tnen(   Acl"  umi
"I'lll.lie Sclv.ol A'l " for lhe   ltev,.|.
sink   Aeeeeemenl  Dt*trlot, rec|ii'rt-
nee. ti,.. RwmMneni  Willi   fnr   Ihe
year 1918, "ill lee held u.u lollowc:
Court II'iiihp, Revelatoke, li '.in
MiiNDAV. the 23rd dny "f D <•
nrnli'T, llll'.;, Ht HI o'clock in the
forenoon.
At ihe Qovernneo Ofllce, Nokoip,
B.C., on FRIDAY, lb< 27ih day
ol  December, 1912, nt il
in the nflcrnoon.
Dated nl Reveletoke, It C . Nov
ttnbw :'.oih, 1012
0ITA8. M. KIKI D,
Judge of eaid Couit.
5-lb tin honey from California i ILH * i
at Mclntyre's.
II you are going to have calendars
for l'JM, bc sure you see my samples
before purchasing from outside agents
—A.  Johnson.
To rent large comfortably furnished Ued-Sitting room centrally situated,would suit oue or two single gentlemen, also a single bedroom. Apply
—Uivis,   Mall-Herald  ollice.
The "Sugar Howl" Luncheonette is
now running in connection with our
soda fountain. Ladies will bud bere
a comfortable place to get au afternoon cup of tea, chocolate, coflee,
beef  tea  and  light  refreshments  .
Don't forget where you can get
thousands of Christmas cards to
choose from at Macdonald's drug
Btore.
Don't bend your back and rub jour
lingers sore on a wash board. Get
a vacuum washer and staud up as
straight as you like to your work. A
iuui.il of clothes wushed right and
clean in three to live mlnutea.
Thc "Sugar Bowl" tor toys, large
assortment ot dolls and toys at reasonable prices a visit will surpnaee
you.
The Vacuum clothes washer is demonstrated daily at the old Kootenay
oUices, Kirst street at 3:30 p.m. It
is worth every woman's while to attend.
Tbc "Sugar Howl" lor high class
chocolates in boxes and bulk, the
largest assortment ol box goods in
the city, liet your Xmas presents
Irom us .
Mr. Railroad Mau Iluy your wile a
Vacuum clothes washer, tbe easiest
and latest thing out. Come to a dem
i mt rut.i.n any day at 3HUp.ni., at old
Kooteuuy ollice  building First  St.
All subscribers not receiving tba paper regularly are requested lu com -
municute with tbc editor, Mail-Herald
Uox D14, Hevelstoke U.C, in order
lhat their complaints may he recti-
tledt Write your full nume and ad -
dress legibly, and your complaint will
he attended to promptly.
Do your Chr.simas shopping early,
Ior vuriouB reasons, you will have u
ucttcr ussortmeut to select from und
you will huve more time now tbau
luter  ou to  make  good .-.elections.
Music Store, McKeuzie Avenue.
We ure chairing out our entire stock
ol muHicul goo.la at cost price. Here's
a ebuuee to gel a use.ul Christmas
prMlUt ut small cost Ioi cash. Hurry
up!  Hurry up''
The "Sugar Uowl Contest is now
on, given uway free with every purchase a cupon which entitles you to
one ol the lollowiug prizes, First
I'n/e a puss for two to the Star
Theutre Ioi one month. Und prize
lilt, box chocolates 3rd prize, lib
box  chocolates Content closes Dec. 22
Rebellion Hero Dies
Edmonton, Alta., Dec. 5—JoBepb
Turner, famous as a long distance
courier in territorial days, who
brought the first news og the outbreak ol the Hiel rebellion, in 1885,
to the barracks of the Koyal North
West Mounted Police at Fort Saskatchewan, 1* miles northeast of
here, has crossed the Great Divide.
The burial servi-es were attended by,
mounted policemen and townsllk and
settlers for miles around. Turner
carried the dispatches overland and
sank exhausted on the floor when he
reached tbe barracks. He was revived and cared for by the men at the
post and invited to rest a day or
two before returning to tbe front.
His visit extended to years and he
settled near the fort, remaining until
called to undertake thc longr journey
into the unknown land, Irom which
he will uot return.
Black fighter Wins Again
CHICGO, Dec. 4.—Jack Johnson,
negro puglist this afternoon, married MisB Lucille Cameron, the 19
year old girl of Minneapolis, who recently appeared as a witness against
him before the federal grand .ury,
which returned indictmentB charging
bun with violations of the maun act.
The ceremony was preformed at the
home of Johnson's aged mother on
the riouth Side, by H. A. Hoberts, a
negro preacher, in thc presence of a
dozou colored people and several
newspapers  reporters.
Miss Cameron wore a grey suit ot
shepherd plaid and a large picture
but with purple plumes. Johnson
had a suit of the same material especial}" made lor the occasion.
A curous crowd of nearly a thousand men wemen gathered outside
the house, and a squad of police was
kept busy maintaining order.
COMING EVENTS
H.   M    It.    1 lane,   will  be held  be  beld
on the lollowing .lutes Dec,Oth Dec
Jan.   lat ,;ool   time guaranteod.
Jn
Decoiuldr 11—Kilth Annual Masquer -
ade Uull, under auspices ol Fire
Hi.U.uie .No. 1, at (be opera bouae.
Musie furnished hy the K«velstok«
orchestra.
January l—Imperial mil |ling«rs at
Kmpress theatre.
January It—l'an American i)oub,e
Quartette, hmprcis theatre.
HE ADVEfiTISfD KT LAST
There was a man ln our town,
And he  wni wondrous wlet;
He awore (it wmi hl« policy)
He  would  not  advertiit,
Uut one sad day ht advertised,
And thereby hanco a tall,
llu   u.|   was Kt   n quit* small type
And hcadid ■ .1 barm'i Hale,"
Forest Reserves
The Cb.el Forester ol the Province
announced recently the earnest desire
ot the Forest Hr.ir.ch in Victoria, to
assist those who require information
on any phase ol tbe lorest industry.
Kii-siu began a forest policy in 16-
16 and had lorest reserves in 1687.
She possesses today the greatest
store ol ttmlier in the world.
Uue lorest in Frauee pays over 20
million dollars annually. Sucb a
thing as atire,,is ol course, unknown.
There is a town in Europe whose
ctiztus receive a dividend over and
above the municipal expenses. Wise
use of tbe aUrrounding lorest has
made it a permenent and growing
revenue-producer.
France     bas  spent over  4u  milliou
dollars in an endeavoi to prevent the
iB     ol the soli (rom mountains
whose   slopes have been denuded    ol
Umbel  through lorost brcB.
The lorest industry hud a value to
Uritish Columbiu iu llll o( »2>i,000,-
000-almost equivalent to the value ol
tbe toudstufls produced and imported
li. H. MaiMilluu l'hc.1 Forester ot
the Province has established a bureau
ol luforwatiou in the Forest Urancb
Viclor.u, from wbicb statistics etc.
regarding tbe forest and forest industries may be bad.
The Naval Bill
Ottawa, Dec. a.—Tbe naval bill ae
introduced in parliament thia afier-
liuoii   by    by     1 Tenner Uorden is as
iQtborlM uua-ures Ior
cflective  nuvul forces
Premier
folloWI.
An a t to
iiicreaKtug tbe
ol the empire
Hie ni'ijwty* hy and with thc ad-
viee aud couwut of the senate and
house oi common! of Cauuda. enacts
ul follows.
1. Krom and :ut ol the consolidated revenue lund of Canada tuore
may 1* paid and applied u sum not
• xcoeding $35,000,000, Ior the pui pose
ut immediately Increasing tbo uflcc-
tivc naval force! ol tbe ompire.
I, The said sum sbail be used an<l
applied u n ler thl direction of tbo
governor in coutic.l in the oooetruo-
tion and <Xjuipment ot buitlcibipi or
armored rruiwm ol tbe moBt modern
uni  powerful  type!
3. The said ships when constructed
and equipped shall In placed by tbo
governor in council at the disposal
ol his majenty for tbc common defence of the empire,
4. The said sum imall he paid,
used and applb-d and thc inld Bhlps
■ball Irt comtructed and placml at
tb« dlipoaal of hi! m«)e«ty subject
to luch terms, conditions atnl ar-
rnnwmenta ,,* may be agreed upon
Intwce a the governor in Council an<l
bit majeity government, WEDNESDAY,    DECEMBER  11  1912
THE   ls/LA.TTrT3:ttXlJL.TJr>^  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11 1912
CITY COUNCIL
City Council met .:. thi Oity Hall
on Friday evening, Mayor Sutherland occupied ttie chair; preeent alderman Barber, Howson, MeKinnon,
Bourne,   Abrahamson,   McSorloy.,
Minutes ei last meeting adopted an
read.
"COMMUNICATIONS"
Various letters were ordered an-
swti-d or fj'ied
Fire Brigade Nv. : asked assietence
in the lighting oi tbe Hall ou oc-
easion e.: tin annual Ball. Mayor
Sutherland; referred to W, .x Ij. committee '-.'.i , ower to act.
a letter Irom th< t'ancouver Cou-
Bervetive Association "expressing
tue.i appreciation ol it-" manner m
irljicb thej welcomed by thu
Cttj during     tht  recent eouveution"
was. ordered acanowieged auu ij-ieu.
PETITION 8
A petition   Irom     tue ciucnis supporting ibe    proposed Dye Law     re
ine c.od.ug ol liar  Uooms ai 1LW p.
m , ua  week el«}5,   WaS rtlCOlVed.
NOTICE   vl'  UaELAW
Aid. Abrahamson ga^e notice tbut
at tne next meeting oi the Council he
will propose tbe lollowing ameud-
ment to the Liquor Byelaw.
BARTENDERS PERMIT
No persuu being the bolder of a
hotel license irom the Oity ol Revel-
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vaAJ
L8 doze ; Men's Fin< Neckwear, nne tie ;ii a neal
box.     Large enl
de' plain colors and fa cj
patterns. You will pay
50c. for this tie elsew hure.
WEDNESDAY'
SPECIAL
's 25c.
Men's Ci mbinal ion Sets,
arm bands und gaiters,
matched, in pink, blue,
mauve and bl a'.-   Pi ; Sut
75 Cents
We are showing ;i large
i':i ige of ini.i.i■•;s in 1 he
accordion knit, in beautiful
colorings.      Prices    .
$1.50 io $150
It is a treat to see our
large range of Fancy Ties
boxed individually. Finest
quality of silk, in light
and dark patterns. You
should select yours while
the assortment  is  large.
50c. and 75c
A box of Initialed Handkerchiefs is a very suitable gift.   We have them
hoxei
linen for
per box.
half
dozen    Irish
UM
Leather Collar  Bags    in
Suedes & Russian leather.
Assorted colors.—
S1.25to $2.00 Each
Men's Suspenders in fey.
boxes. Best quality of
elastic webbing.
SOc. to $1.00
WATCH  OUR
W I N D O W b
C. S. McFARLAND
Howson Bluck.   MacKenzie cAvenue
watch oun
Wl.NliGWS
:»,'»  K.O()Tl-;.\AY      LODGE,  No.  '.5 A.  V.
S£ aud A.  M.
•t  Regular     meetings are held in WAB-
iNIC THMPLB,     Oddfellows'      Hall
'in rbe Third Monday in eaeh mouth
it   S  p.  rn.      Vlultlng brethren      ara
je-ordially welcome.
W.  THOMSON,  W. M.
W.   I,    ROBERTSON,   Secretary.
FULL  LINE  OF  GENT'S   SHOES
.'su
and take advantage ol the attraction
ol ma neu road up Mount Rovelstoke
1 might add that tbis mattei' was
discussed at the meeting of our]
Hoard ot Trade on Thursday even-
i ing last and 1 was Instructed to hm- '
'HE CANADIAN BA
OF COMMERi
x ei t, a.
HI?
'WJl_>
stiAo shall at auy lime permit any
liquors to be sold on bis licensed sure the settlers oi Malakwa District
premises on hie behali by auy person | that we have the Interests of their
who is not tbe holder iu his own ulBtrict at heurt aud that they cau
name of a written permit signed     uy   rely on om.   BtrongeBt BUpport In the
the chairman of the Board ol licens-       ' 	
Bneedy  opcnitig  up  ol   coiiniiunnalii'ii
ing Commissioner*     of tbe Oity  cer-
SIR EDMUND K'ALKER, C.V.O.,
ALEXANDER LAIRD
General Manager
I.L.D., D.C.L., President
JOHN AIRD
Assistant Genernl .Mane
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
ulying that the bolder of such permit ib a ht and proper person to be
employed iu such work"
SEWEKS
A Bye Law re-adjusting the assessment for sewer tax aud emprov-
ing City clerk Luwson to prepare the
schedule was passed. K. Howson
moved an amendment to the liquor
Bye-Law cull.ng for the closing ol
Ber   Rooms from 11,uu p. in. to t u.
Da.
Aid. Howson. This amendmcut to
our City Bye-LawB hns been before
previous Council-, I believe same to
be m tbe best interests of the City, i
supported ty a majority of our citi-|
tens, li is iu line with the practice
ol all progressive cities, I believe
ibis bye-law should be considered by
tbu Council, wcaie a representative
busme'SS body and 1 consider likely
to deal with same in a broudunudeJ
manner.
Mayor Butherland; TbiB is worthy
of serious couaiuerat.ou. in ihe
absence of u seconder the motion is
lylod.
riNAMOBS
The hnancv eomiialttet lubmltted
their report mid the uccounu were
ordered pa.d.
Meei.ng adjourned at lu.uu p. in.
by road with our City and to express
our regret thut the report appearing
in the newspapere should have' lead
to any misunderstanding as io our
Intentions.
Yours Faithfully,
11.  II.  MeVity
Secretary   of   the   lievelstoke
Board of Trade.
BANKING BY MAIL
Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian
Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and vvill receive ihe
same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the
Bank's business.   Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this
\va\ as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. SA
REVELSTOKE OI'ANCK
O.    W.   I).   VV.
Mountain  View (lamp.  No. 't'l.
Meets  Becond    and      Fourth  Weilne*
days    in  each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Viaiting  Woodmen  are
cordially  Invited to alien;!
A.   J.  WOODLAND,  Con.  Com
.TAMES MctNTYRB,  Olerk.
COURT      MT.      BHHilllE.    No.  Wl
OF I. O. F.
Meets in T   0   0.  F.  Hall next,    t.e
rapplnc's Opera  Houss every secant
and fourth  Monday In month.  Visit
ng brethren cordially welcomed,
i,. W. BHLL, ('   li.
wm.  B.  OAMHRON, Rce.-Sec
BL1 IRK     LODOB  12,  1. 0. O. V
.I'M svsry     Thursday evening   in
Solklrk   Hall at 8 o'clock.     Vinitinn
brethren  cordially  invited.
JOHN LYON      N. (i.
JAS.   MATH ll'..   Boc.
GOLD  ItANOH LODGE,      K,  of    IJ.,
NU.  ill,   REVELSTOKE,  B.   O.
Meeta nvery  Wednesday except   the
fhird  Wednosday of each montb     in
Oddlellows'  Hall at S o'clock.  Visiting Knights are cordially  invited.
F.   VV.  Tl'lUHY,  C.  C.
G. H. UKOOK,  K. ot R. * 8.
U   .it .'.
HMU'Ky
McCARTER
\SP PINKHAM
Wnj uurr i worry
GIBSON. Mai
NAKUSP  BRANCH
H.  U.  ROVIIVVKLL,    IWannRCi-
.— Ar
or too nervous
iliil
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The tiditor,
Ma..-Herald
Dear Sir.
In jo*,   .as-e    ol  the   Uu .Ue-t. you
publiihed ■    lettei   fiom Mr. J. ll.
J0_a»vii   ol     Ma.u- >a   expressing   the
indignation oi thi reeideois   ol Chat
im..*! ovei  thc report puu..saed     In
SUIl-e   of      tlM   COB   .    ...     o. ...    .
tne u<.*    :^a. Iron ..-. ■.. ■-. ..
Aru.it.-._i
k.:c Um r-.;.;;. m= interpreted uy
Mr, Jcaus... .._ . _.a : ..o* Citizens,
correct, tbr.r     Indignation would  be
     lo   -a
a ••  tc a'.e.'.t ihat '.:.'. intenti i
ofl He To-*...    . ..., ia
i-. -■■-.  Malakwa,   I ;u.," I ..
and MtuUkta «j^ uoi i .    o .
tie meeting ol   .-; a-...*.. .....
.. a-, the tin   Um --a'
ter ...:u.
The     %o-:.t.i.i.      o, ,
cue cr    two of    tae. tetegatee ^ to
... ied through
Umm , .._'a ^.. .•-   e^t aoewered i.
t:.v ii:-.: :_^'.    •_•         -,   .
rou:       :.. gU that
b. • ..■ . .  .-. .„'.'... .
:■:.-.    Jo-;
frogi
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•tre.-, ^  ibe
•,"• o      nl      the   roa i
■ a-,  'tie.t D.St:.'.',   as   •> e.. us     a
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It   ll .   .le.i.g   '-at   tae .    Koul
tuki sxceptu :. te t:«. report tl
pcan-l a.
la, it   te  auy   tbu'. ths  rtboint.
theu . ^earty
eupp 'h our
rrogress  i i     Board  ol  Trude
end tbcre^nrir. road WHI
be urged upon    tb) ■  I
etrengly us inr, a.
greatly   to our .ntc ..^    ti
'   '..-s that thia ro.v. Ihould
»,lh a-l.ttb   'ii .ay a» pcaei
Tbe     ejucntion     o! '.bs .'
road   wae  hOiirethink-
from the ijeain Idee i!  , rood 'trough
Mulakwu and D.nti.'''
It  waa thought,   *_• n  ttH  ., •  '
Wml dietueeeil,    that !  Laic
road would lit ll
that a quick eoBmeUoo would M
i | ','• with the country through
Mh.ch it would run und thus aflord
»he sdtiere In that DlHti.ct u tnranH
of tisneportatlou to our City, which
It now lacks, und would alno allotd
% nc«alc route tor Tcurlsti by auto-
•• uwl thus frnni i l.nk with th*
rjknnegnu valley ofl. ring as induio-
uwut fur Tourieti to  >;».« ow Oltj play, '(icttinp Marrtod,' aad I rc|»rd
LONDON,     Dec.
Uusy, too contlortabt
to marry?
Bachelors are lucreading In num
iu London,     weddings   are becoming
scarcer,   aud mothers wub marriageable duuthers ure unhappy.
"1 Wish cluiiB anil nais could be
swept away," says a well auowu woman writer.
"louug men nowadays aro made al
togeitiei    too    comlortahlc   at theii
llatn     and al     tb.'ei     clubs to  I
them oeck     tbe     companionship o. a
wilo.
"They uo longer     regard bomi
,i3   sonittthiug    iu be  desired.    I'Uey
thi   ;   ponsl ■-   mu
i ,i ise ti.ey ore bei i imini
more     domesticated  ur  because luey
um uow     easily    get   ma	
and     general servants to do ..
housework,
V.llee.   A.N   ENI .   ..I.......l ..
"Indeed,  the    .,,,. tons
...e.    tU    ...a..,    j   I,....,    I .   .... Ill
..a ent iuci
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Vancouver, B C,
Dear Friend:
I heard that an Agent of the Domestic Utilities
Co. is in your city demonstrating the use of the Vacuum Clothes Washer. As ymi know my husband is an
engineer and he gets his clothes dreadfull) dirty. I
find after using differeni kinds of soap and washing
compounds so highly advertised thai  nothing works
tell and quickly to gel th m perfectly clean as the
\ icuum Clothes Wi   ; er, and 1  n  o nmend yo   to i
as it will lighten your wo k  20 pi r cent,    [f you
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Barristers.  Solicitor*.   Ktr
Imperial  Hank  Building   Revel
•toko, 11. 0.
Money to l.eian.
Offices—Revelstoko,    11.   C,     a»'l
Cranbrook, D. O.
iieo. H. MeCarter,
A. M.'rinktiam, J. A. Harvey
VievelsT.oke, Cranbrook
ROBKRT  SMITH.
Provincial  Land  Buveyi r,
Mining flurvevnr.
Ulnglneerlni
McKENZIE  AVE.,
POX   i%.   REVML8TOKH
Vi.   li.   WAI.LACK,   M.B.O.S.A.
A 11 C 11 1 T 10 C T
P. 0.  Box 146, Uevelstoke, B.C.
NOTICK
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 purchasinK.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot uiul Shoo llepnirors, Saddlers Harness Makers
Howson C& Co.
Are  prepared to Sell  Furniture, Carpets,
Linoleum and alll House Furnishings
at Eastern Prices.
Ask for Cash Discount.
COAL and WOOD
Good Screened  Lump Coal (semi hard)
from Lethbridge now in
Birch, Firand ^Hemlock—dry—$6 to $7 a cord
Orders will receive prompt attention.    Phone No. 60
S. G.  ROBBINS
I'liom. 28]
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing C8,
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Night Phone -to
P. o. Bi
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Ilevi'lstoiie   l.aii.l   llitrict.
District  ul  Went  Kootenuy.
Tnke   notice that 1,  Kobort Arther
.ie.   man   nl Nakusp, U. C, occupa-'
,:  nn tltloner, Intends to
in to pur' ii.aso the
. ing  .;. sei II '.'.  land:
Commencing    al a poet planted at
; the     N, W.     Oorner    ol Lot ana
Th nee   Wesl   10 chains thence Soutb
cha ■  ace     Bast  lu chains
North 30   ....... ■ to the point
 ncement     ao I containg WO
ai r     more or li
i lat a November Mth 1912
iio iert Arther Mossman.
.e   Dei    uth
:l.lil|.|:bclt-i:HiliinTn!tS
KoVAl, mau, STI5AMBRS
_ .unj nHin
NOI'le'K
.'. District.
I        lost Kool n,ii.
nol   o thai   I,  Bamuel  J ;imi's
on,  b'armer,  Intends
..ii to purchaee
:. anda
m in    et ,,  ... ..i planted     ui
•    ..      Corner ol    Lol
■ ie e   II .,    I ll IUI C       Sellltll
east    in chains,
in poinl     ol
d   ...i:    containing    itu
ir li
'    ' th,   1912,
KI,  JAMB8  HARLOW.
CHRISTMAS   SAILINGS
Portland, Maine Halifax Liverpool
l'miii Front
Portland Halifax
Neu s.s.   "Laurenllc"   Dec   7 Dec   8
"   -..S  Teutonic      "   H "   15
"   » s. i .in.uiu       "   21 "   21
New b,s Mcxanlic and laaureutlc, 15,000 tmis, Largest (rom Canada, all
classes cartied.
^^ Teutonic, &82 feet, 18,000 li. p. S.S. (.ana. la, .SM feet, 10,000 tons.
i.mv oiilj second and thinl classe    I'aggage checked  thruugli in  steamer in
1.llllll Nn   1 eell-'.   e,|    Tl.tHS'lT    1*. \ | U'llM'S
Wilt ii-; STAR LINK Willi t; STAR LINB
Sew York      Queenstown      Liverpool    Nt'w v,,rk       l'>>»»""l'.     Cherbonrg,
' Si>ulli,im|H<iii
S.S.Celtic  Dec   5 S.S. New Vork Nov, 23
S.S Cedric       Dec 12 S.S. St. Paul  Dec. 14
S. S. Haiti.-      "   19  ' 8.8. St. Louis Dec.
'American Line Steamer.
Company'* Office, b\') Second Ave., Seattle, 3 doors from Cherry Street,
Or A. ti. UK.0OKER, Agent, . . C.P.R, Ry, Revelstoke.
Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
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Sash. Doors. Mouldings' Turnings
W   arc in the manufacturing business
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 lull line ofbuilding supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
l«/er Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWclal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH ANO DIOR FACTORY
P. O, Box 295,  Kevelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE DRIVER
l.ni ylniily   knuwa   him,   lu
tell ymi lhat the whleki'yB w.
«' Hint, are the belt    Oall nm.
convlnood.    Nohouwhold shorn
be without a supply of mir Harvey's Spoclnl Srxteh Whlekeyi our
Frnpln Liquour Brandy, fruarenteed
BO years old oi  Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal pnrpoeee,  Our stock
of i-bolre Wines snd l.iipiorn of h 11
kinile. mi- UtlSICelWd.      Mold Iiy all
(In. !eniliii(( Iniii'l.-, en ti-li'plmni"
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The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd. j
Importere ana Oealere In Pure Wlnee, Llquore, Cigars and cigarettee 1 1
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WKUNKSDAY,    llKUEMHMll   11   1912
TIKE IM..aJL-HSBALD,  BEVliLSTO KITS
WEDNESDAY,    DECEMBER   H   Wii
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
c. B- J$um * ®°- £imited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
4*
Shop Early # Only Two Weeks till Ghristmas   &
Some say it is Old Fashioned.
Sending Gifts for Christmas Day.
But some of us Cling Fondly
To the good Old Fashioned way".
oAccept Old Fashioned wishes
For the sake of "o^Auld Lang Syne
sji. very cJTVlerry Christmas
Good Luck to Thee and Thine.
5B.
c/4 Real Old Fashioned
Bargain fo r Saturdny-a"
200 LADIES  SHIRTWAISTS   go on Sale
Percales,     Linens,     Cambrics    with
Collars attached.
Worth $1,75, all at Friday Price, $1.00
A New lot   of Fancy
Linen Pieces
Fine snowy   white,  small  pieces.     Kach
put up in a box separately.
Very Acceptable  Christmas Gifts
SHOP EARLY—Take the Elevator to the Drygoods Department.
We will put any article in the store
away for you until you want it.
HOLIDAY GOODS  in all departments of the Store.
WAIST LENGTHS
Silk Waist Lengths make a very acceptable gift.
These are extra nicely boxed this year   and   the
isplay is better than ever.  A nice range to choose
from
.$2.00 to $5.00
LADIES UMBRELLAS
Are always useful; a great range  to  select  from,
he new Ebony and  Sterling   Handles and   some
very nice mounts in gold and pearl and silver  and
pear!.
The sensible gifts of hose, gloves,   handkerchiefs,
mull1.' rs, ties, collars, etc., are all nicely boxed.
GLOVES ARE  APPRECIATED
The lovely long Evening Gloves   n  Blacks, Tans,
Browns, White, etc.,  and the street   gloves in  all
the best standard French make. When in doubt
give gloves.
$1.00 and $1.50
COLLARS AND   NECKWEAR
The new Fissue Hows and Jabots and lovely Lace
Collars in all the wanted kinds, up to Real Irish
Hand Crochet
50c. to $1.0O
Do Your Xmas Shopping Early
A Table of Farcy
Goods.  A   big assortment of Fancy
Articles, alt at
One Price, 25c.
Holiday Gifts for Men and Boys
Never before has the opportunity been put before the public of this city to buy their Xmas Gifts
from such a large and well assorted stock as we are showing to-day. No matter how small or
how large the pocket book; we are in a position to suit the most exacting taste. A glance at
this list will assure you that we have just what you want and at the price you wish to pay.
Everything from 50c. up, put up in separate fancy boxes.
SHOP EARLY
Groceries and Crockery Department
I: V 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, Nui Muffed, Nabob, 25 oz.
bottles, Crosse & Blackwell's Queen, pint
hollies, Ripe Olives in tins.
NEW CHEESE
MacLaren's—small and medium sized jars.
Stilton Cheese by the lb.; Canadian by the lb.;
l.imberger, by the block; Comembert, by the
tin.
A NICE LINE OF FISH
Crab Meat, Anchovies in ketrs and bottles,
Stock Fish, Sardines, Eastern t lams, Oysters, Lobsters, Schrimps and Salmon,
Candied  Cherries,   Candied   Assorted   fruits,
Pine Apple, Citron, Lemon and Orange.
Noel's    Preserved    Fruits;     Preserved    Pigs,
Cherries Preserved in Maraschina in half pt.,
pint and quart bottles, Preserved Pine Apple
NEW CANDY
and the best that'3 made
NEILSON'S CHOCOLATES—In     »xes from  25c.
to $2.50 per box, and also in bu k and 5c. bars.
NEILSON'S ITALIAN CREAMS      in   ',-lb.  and
i-lb. boxes.
G. B. CHOCOLATES    Half and  one  pound  boxes
and als.i in bulk.
A large ass ■ tment  ol   Barley  Candi   .   lobes.  Gum
Drops, creams, Carmcls and V xed Candy, and
a large variety of fancy boxes.
Men's Mufflers.—ln all the late
new shades and weaves; from
the plain woven small scarf at
50c. to the handsome accordian
weave at $5 Each
even's Suspender Sets—Suspenders, armlets, and garters
to match. All colors. Prices,
 75c. to $3.50 per set.
Men's     Fancy    Suspenders.—
Fancy   boxed.   Prices	
 75c. to $3 per pair
Men's Handkerchief Sets. Ti'',
handkerchief and hose to match
—All colors.
Price. $2 7-r> per Set
Men's  Handkerchief  Sets. -Tie
and handkerchief to match.
All colors.    Price. 11.75 pr Set.
SPIT   CASKS   AND    CLUR
- -in  a  wide   variety of
rs.   Pii her fitted or unfitted-    . l't ices, S2.7.3 tO?3500
MEN'S TIE HANGERS   New
designs and verv neat
75c to $2.(M) Each
SWEATER    COATS-All   designs and patterns
$2,7.'. to $1" Each
Men's Hose Sets—Hose and garters to match.   All colors	
 Prices, $1.25 per Set
Men's Hose Sets—Tie, hose and
garters to match.   All colors.
Prices, *2 and $2.25 per Set
rjMen's Muffler Sets-Muffler &
tie to match Price, $2.50 pr. Set
oAten's    Fancy    Hose-- Wool,
Cashmere,   lisle,   silk,   boxed
singly or in any quantity, l'rices
  35c. to if.3.50 per pair
cTWen's Neckwear—Absolutely
the biggest line ever shown in
the citv Prices, 35c to $3.00
each.   Each tie in a fancy box.
SMOKING COATS and Dressing 'iowns, new and artistic
Price $7..50 to 115.00 Each
UMBRELLAS-Silk top, with
mounted handles, in either gold
or silver   Prices,  $3.50 to $1"
PIPES-Either singly or in
sots. .   Prices, SOc. to $20
cAlen's   Handkerchiefs- Linen,
excelda, silk;   fancy or plain;
with initials or without 	
  Prices, 15c. to $1.50 Each
Collar B«gs.— Leather, all colors, all sizes   	
       Prices, il to $5 each
Men's Gloves—Either lined  or
unlined.   Silk,    fleece  or   fur
lined.    Gray or brown	
.   .. Prices, Sl to *3.5U per pair
Miitary    Hair   Brushes.    Solid
Ebony backs, in case 	
$4 to $7.50 per pair
TOBACCO POUCHES and
Cigar Cases—a wide range.
  Prices, 75c. to $3 50 Each
CUFF LINKS-Fraternal emblems or plain 	
 Price,  $1 to S5 per pair
MEN'S  OVERCOATS - The
one big gift for the season of
the year.  20th Century Brand-
Prices, S18 to $35 Each
NEW FRESH I. UTS
California Walnuts, Greenoblos Walnuts, Pecan,
Filberts, Almor.ds, Brazil, Peanuts, O cstnuts, shelled
Almonds, Walnuts and Pea mis.
We are Leaders in Xmas Shoes
We »re leaders in the Shoe Business for Men, Women and Children. Our stock of
Slippers for the Holiday Season has never been surpassed in the City, and it is with
the utmost confidence, we ask the pleasure of your   inspection.
mSTTS^FUBNISHING DEPARTMENT
 . —■'  ~       1
CURTAINS
n    c~f r,,rtam«i   Screens and Madras by the
Y„u will elo well to see them belore buying. 	
SPECIAL DISCOUNT
On Carpet and Carpet Square.«. are making a Sp -"-J™**"
km sx^rBrffi/rrradin.*i .•»» .<>
days only. . ___
House Furnishings
To make the home attractive and comfortable is the aim of all, more so
at Christmas. If you wish to give the impression of Home, Sweet Home
to yourselves and children, a cozy welcome to your friends, you cannot
dobetterthangetoneormoreof our new rugs, of which we have a new
and select assortment, trom $2.50 to $8.00 in all colors. They make a
very Acceptable Gift. WEDNESDAY,    DECEMBER   11   1912
'VTTM1 ^HAXJ^-.&.lVyfi^.X/T).   Tl KVELSTO .Kltti
WlSDNHHDAY,     DKCKM.'J.elll   U   11112
may ■■laminawi
NEW GOODS      NEW GOODS
Ladies Evening Dresses
Si/es,-,2, 34, 36 Prices $23.50, $25,
$28 and $33.50. Caliin and see these
dresses. If no color to suit, can take
vour order for any color you may want.
Ladi
Ladies' Waists
Silk, Net, Chiffon  and  Tailored   Pincn
Waists, distinctive s'\les from $3.50 to
So.00.
Ladies' Hand Bags
These arc American manufacture. Price
from $1.00 up. T bey arc bright and
new-made in the latest shapes.
ies n urs
NECK RUFFS AND MUFFS
Bargains in Fall Suits
For Ladic
and $28.
lar   Price,   !)
Sale Price
iSa,
$11
I !>.,SO
FIFTH ANNUAL FANCY DRESS
Masqukraijk Ball
I'SliKli Al si'iuis OF FIRE  BRIGADE NO.   1
TO  HE   HELD  IN
OPERA HOUSE, DEC.  II.  1912
(it-mil March nt '•' p. in- sharp, floor reserved to 11 p. in, for those
in fancy Costume only, A Special Prize Given for Bust
Costumed Couple. Bee I'liw Hxhllill in Lawrence Hardware
Oo.'s window.    For finlher purtlcularB npply
1
T. STEED, Secretary,
S. NEEDH Art, Chief.
J
Millinery! Millinery!
Trimmed  Hats.    Regular  $12
$10.   Now on Sale for $0.00.
A Daring Hold-Up
and
Come in and In Bur Oispi.-jf
ot Suitable Xmas Sooiis
REID  & "YOUNG
 ^^^^^MMI^MMMIMMMMi^MMBMMIilMeMeMeMeMeaMMMMMBMBMMIMMMM — —I———.— II—■ ■!■—— ii> "^
WttmEMb -.-WR3
WE WANT YOUR TRADE
A FfcW XMAS SPECIAI.lt    New   NutB,
Pigs, -I;i 1 ;i)j;.i Grapes, Grape 1 ruit.
RAiSiNS
Select    Vulcni
1im-.!i Candi
Almonds.
\A/AG3TAFF £'3 fu« old enoush
Jains, Jellies, Minci Meat ami Plum Padding.
Place ii'iu oidi i e irlj and secure carelul
n tu-u lm. 11 ..if. prompt delivery.
Phone 41     A.   HOBSON
THE CITV IN BRIEF
Stdal matinee at Btar Theatre,
everj  Baturday afternoon 3. o'clock.
Dressed Dolls, best quality ai Mu-
Dusalds Drug Store.
Boy's Book.-, Girl's Books, fancy
bouuJi'octs all ilit new fiction in
ijuautaits at McDonald's Drug Store
Children '-Hea\\ C. B. Hume & Co's
Big Santa Clans advertisement m-
-.-ie back page.
Did you see thc Panther at tho
Star lust night, U nut you missed a
treat, the .Star is showing high grade
pictures just now.
Car of good sound miled hard
wood will lie here in u lew days.
Keael6toke General  Agencies Ltd.
Matinee ob Saturday alteruoou
8. o'clock Star Theatre special programme.
Fancy decorations on strings, bells,
flags, coiiorou tUsae, etc. Big assortment at i.aciAmtu- * In-., Btora.
WANTED—A young girl as M.rs-
maid appl) to Mrs. A. B. Mc-
cienegaiaa. |    Du   yuur XluuS topping earlj  and
Lwje    ftc-k     of    Bankhead Hard  avoid the rush at the' lasl moment.
Coal,    allBizea   on hand.   Revelstoke
General Agencve,  Ltd.
\.
I
Dati
Smyrna,    Sultanas,    Seedless    Muscatels,
id and Drained Peels, I'resh  Cracked   Walnuts und
Eox 734   |
lievelstoke Inside Property
Real Bstate is selling rapidly.    Why not get in belore .ill the mi 11
auie resiUcUual iota are lane I ap
Last week we niadi several gi od - di   to local buyers and u will only be a
short time before tlie-e lots are all closed out,
Call atom office and gel lull particulars,   .111 om  property can bi
on easy terms.
KaOotenay Agencies, Limited
Just diop into McDonalds Drug
store when looti ag lor \iuas presents
Kveryth.ng ae.- this year with tba
S«*  store. Su
v\.  are tne     only  arm who cau ti 1   No-
-.ii Gait coal, price tsim per No.
ton,  Ordei  earlj   Revelstoke Gen 1
Agencies, Ltd.
Wiliitli 1IKIE TABLE
No.
No.
V
EAST  Hi if NU
4—Arrives  21.15,   Departs
11       Al'     ee
.   Arrives   ■      .   Departs
WEST BOUND.
.    arrlvei    1    ■
L—Arrives
13—Arrivea   IS
Arrive
HildM nuiiitii a  lOlltlC
U.'i llll
Not.ee Wc are '.hv sole agents in
Revelstoke lor the celebrated Ga '•
Coal- Bums all u.ght and .loe= m t
choke Uie rtove p., • Revelstoke
General Agenc.es. Li-i.
Get   i, Revelst   •-•     deodar I
•    •• mr   'asters Intends.
e! the town,    -•'-   anl   Wc.  .• Mo
DoBaid 1 Drill ct.rv. _
,\ ~.     >. i good Thei
.•■■'..     . .   1    • in
. ■   ■ 1 .-    . tall
paper     Is   compelled to curtail
• . the new ,.-. .      ltlon    (J.   \  .
• : - to run I
. .   -   1
Wild so
disregarding tbi     crie ol "Cov 1
u left  rn charge
plaot 1    1 ;■■•>   lemi
. ior    uud ■ thing
lay tbeir bands on.
I
I uny serious intention nt oarrlng out
'■ hia  threat.
A train hold-up that tor boldnnis After reviewing thc evidence, tlicir
bus never been ouuailed "> ^auioui- lordships upheld tbe trial Judge,
er wus perpetrated lust ui«;lit just ub Mr. Pulton, K, 0„ oi Victoria, ap-
nu- Canadian i'ucibc Hallway's nuns poared lor the nppotlant, nud Mr. 0.
continental   passenger tiain, Leaving  M.  Woodworth lor the respondent.
Vancouver     ut  1.10  p.  m..  wad puss-   —rr :—-— ■'    ■
ing ollt of tho city  limits.
A single bandit, disguised by a
black mask, boarded tbe train as it
wus passing the B. 0. Sugur Refinery
at the foot of Vernon Drive, entered
the i'tillmau car,  uud ut the poiut of VAtM        IP'iSXl /£
a revolver forceel tbe passengers audi
the Pullman conductor to pass over
their money uud vuliiubles. The niuu
dropped oil the train just belore it
arrived at Burnet, u short distance
beyond Hustings.
lbe total Iusb wus $308 in bills,
two wutches uud one chain, one diamond ring uiul u'.o Knglish sovereigns amounting to about $10. The
conductor contribued $uu ol the $80i.
At uu euiiy hour this morning tlie
ioi.leer  had not  been captured.
The train just creeping out of tho
local     yards,    wns moving past the     Settled  tenders  addressed   to    the
Sugar Refinery when the Pullmancur l""1'",^!",',''' f.   h", 'T''1^"1 ^tl,ho
J L'lly Hull up too oclock, p.in., Fruluy,
passengers, busy with the problem ul December 3)1 h IIU2 1 <>i the deltv.-ry
disposing ol then baggage in con of aboul l."u (J dar Poles, l.ulv feci
vendent 1 luces     lor ibe journey east,  long.   Full particulars can  be had ut
ny offlco 111 the rny Hull.
0lt.VRl.RM Ni in in.
Superintendent.
Electrical Department,
Kevelstoke, 11. •'., Dec. Huh. 1012,
XMAS IS COMING!!
Buy something useful. Your friends will
appreciate some useful, sensible presents
such as we can sell you, much more than a
fancy trifle that will soon be worthless. We
have something for everybody.—
jCorpnrdtion of ths City
of Revelstoke
Tenders lor Cedar Poles
stared m astonishment wheu the rear
opened, tbe lull bandit cufmly step
ped inside, closed thv door behind
huu uud glanced doivu the uile over
the glinting burrel ol the revolver he
held iu a steady  grip.
One ar two women screuincd, but
ibe bandit reassured them us he start
ed working uloug the car, swift.y
but cooiy exuunuiug the the band
satchels of the women and going
through thi; pockets of the meu. Tue
conductor ol the cur contributed his
bare, $30, uud us the train sped
aloug the shores o! the inlet the pus-
seugers one by oue were forced to
bund over nio.-et of what they had.
Practically all oi them were currying
a fairly lai go amount of expense
uionej ioi the journey, and little 01
it hus overlooked.
<i  iody   in the ear escaped; everj
body  . to the
"collection." As the train Blowed np
iu approaching Barnet the bandit
linisbed bi   task, th
•    . . .10111 sight.
I   uight      th
given .. .t
Very tan and tba., with .1 thin,
....:.    Hi
at and  *.nrc     u
Cr
:^
Importer of
Irish Linens
Damask, Sheeting, Pillo\
Unens,   Fsncy Linen
CeOUlls.    \,     .    ,\,  .
Sl'ITAUI.K
XMAS   PRESENTS
•9
'•dii.nii f Small
Fancy Llm ii-.
Mrs. Thompson Porter
POURTH STREET BAST
For the Boy
Hand Sleighs, frnm	
  $1.26 to $8.25
Pocket Knives	
  10c to $2.00
For the Girl
Sewinpr Sets, from	
 40c. to $1.50
Manicure Sets, from
 50c. to *3.50
Pearl handles, knives &
forks set 40c to $2
Watches     $1.00, 11.25
For Dad
Gillette Safety Razors,
Bingle and 111 sets
. $5 to $6.50
Auto Strop           $5.00
Ollice Sets    *1.B0
Fountain Pens $1.25
Carvers, in sets, from
 *2 to $1.75
For Mamma
Knives,  forks,   spoons,
from 75c to $(3.50 per
dozen.
Butter   Dishes,     Cake
Plates and Flat Ware of
all kinds.
Carpet Sweeper	
 *:i.25to*4.50
Electric Irons, Toasters
and Heaters,
These are just a few of the many lines we have in
stock- Come in and we will put away any piece
you pick on till Xmas Eve.
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
HOWSON BLOCK
OPERA  HOUSE
OPERA HOUSE
Hn Interesting Case
GLASGOW,   1 ■
itudents ul
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Mr.
-
•1 as the  ,
•     ' '
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... . WINDOWS     ma   ei
fl  ".".  it'   ... .
1 .la,
«, ii McFarla
DOW t«j  Xmas.
ll*-.. -r h«.c     a
them  nn .tart-
Imiier.al
Had -     -    '   ■ .   .   r.   Bnj-     The     ' Bugai
It d „.- "A "  ;: ' '  pur" ■
\TC   tor       tU .-.;.:..
,.-. |   ,   Qg  to one     ol    tht    lo               prlwst,  Kirnt
rapacitv hous"9 all tbrt) Canada, ami Prt* a    Paw   lor   tw<. to the
the Hevelttoka 1     U • katp ,.p Theatre    lor one   month,   tad prtae
their enl,    by ff .     .   pet '       "     chocolate!      ird  prlae,  Ub.
hixi»e here. *""• ehocolatei Contett clotei 1
li
-
Bet\v^9 DgLUG Stork
Children's Painting Books      15c, 26c., 40c.
Boys' and Girls' Alger and Elsie Hooks       86c.
Many lines of New Fiction for Adults.
Ebony and Parisian  Ivory  Goods to lill  every
want
Fancy Boxed Stationery. 26c. to &2.00
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
XrVJAS NFARLY HERE
TRUNKS! TRUNKS! TRUNKS!
MAIS
it Ifl I
uinif R SUITS AND UNDCRW1 \u
■
OVCRSKOr.S anii F 00 iut a,
ATTBN 110s
> '.Tit   llll I
III
Ml   .1    X ITl.l     '  ■
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stehon  H.ils Foot-Rilr Shot!
REVELSTOKE
THE CAPITAL OF CANADA'S ALPS
is the most talked of City in the Interior of British Columbia
just now. Outsiders from all directions are getting wise to the
movement on here and we have had enquiries not only ior good
realty buys, but also for vacant stores to rent, which shows
that soms people are awake to the fact that there are big things
in store For Kevelstoke this coming year, Values are steadily
increasing and several of our listings have been advanced dur-
ing lhe last few days.
Now Is the Time to Buy
o4 LKW SPECIALS FROM OUR LIST
100 l-cri on Seventh Street, well located   $1500
i'M Feel on Eighth Street, a snap at  .." 1300
Four Lots on Seventh Street, under market value, each       350
•^Modern House For sale on Second St     1800
Modern House for sale on Third Street    2200
Modern House. Lol 50 x 100, Fifth Street     2550
Wi hr.' eral excellent lots for sale on Hrst Street,
W ' all m feci frontage! from $,',50 to $550. These
prices are good for short time only.
!
.t
J. B. Watson Realty Company
E. Or. FOLEY. Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
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