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"Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price   $C0 '
Interior Publismng Co., Agts.
"lievelstoke. the Capital of Canada!s Alps."
The Mail-Herald
U   Visiting Cards,
A SPECIALTY
Interior "Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 18-No 86
REVELSTOKE. B. C. DEC  II, 1912
$2.50 Per Year
GIVE   SOMETHING   USEFUL
At tliis Hardware Store we have h stock of Christinas Gifts that will
delight you. We have what "HR" wants or "SHR" wants. The
prices "i'l suit your purse.
ELECTRIC   LAMPS
l)i.e.k Lamps     $4 00
Library Lamps   5 00
Fancy I'm lor Lamps    Sis to SJ."i
ELECTRIC CHANDELIERS
1 Light Art Shade     $ 4 50
J Lijfhl An Shade
3 Light Art Shade
$ s nn
||n un
A REMINDER
That your Dollar will go .is i.n here .i^ Two m anj other place.     Let
us prove it    ami show our
Cut Glass    Silverware     Chinaware    Brass Goods
PLUMBINCHEATINGJINSMITHING
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad On lo*—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed            - 6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up             -      - 6,460,00u.00
Reserve        .... 6,460,000.00
Total Assets,       •      - $72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in.Cauada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco— WelU Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and Interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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NICE LINE OE CHRISTMAS GOODS
A Shipment ol   Useful   nnil Sensible Presents
just in from  Eastern Canada,   Vou are invited
to   look them  over.    Gifts suitable (or young
uiul old.
MRS. A. 6. CRICK, ■ iFirst Street
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
" BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor nnil frHgrnncy. Sold in 1 11).
lead packages.
Price, 35c., 40c. and 50c. per lb.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208 GROCER & BAKER Phono No. 23
Newcombe Players and Pianos
Over 15,000 in Canadian Homes
Giving Pleasure and Satisfaction
WHY NOT LET US PUT ONE IN YOUR HOME
The Newcombe Piano Co., Ltd.
Factory Branch, Mackenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.   Phone-262
WINDSOR _CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, tnakcyour headquarters here.   Quick wrvice.   Perfect Cleanliness
nml Reasonable Pi nei     Olve Us h Trial.    "Wi  Nim Bl«e|
WHIRLWIND CAMPAIGN
BY PROGRESS CLUB
Four Valuable Prizes Offered to Winners—The Ladies will Assist Enrolling Members.
Ai the lasl meeting of the Progress
Cluh it was unanimously decided to
enlist tho aid of the ladles nf RevelBtoke in .in endeavor to promote the
membership nf the cluh for 11118.
A whirlwind campaign will be carried mi from now until the end of the
closing year, and valuable prizes will
be  ottered  an  the reward   for those
whosuci din obtaining the largest
number of recruits for the club with
paid up membership for 1018.
These prizes will lm donated by
Messrs. G, 8. .Mi'l'ailcr. A. Mi Rae, P.
M. (iilismi and K. McRae,    A s| inl
committee of tin' club ii imw at work
nn the details of iln- scheme, full par-
ti-Mil.il-- of which will be published In
mn   hmsi   Issue,   li   is Intended thai
iln'i- palgn shall wind up un  New
Year's live with a concert and dano*
to be held In the Opera Huuse end.nl
which the donors ul the ini/..". will
preseut same to (he successful heroine*
"i iln' contest,
The committee are now open for re
nii inn nominations from the friendt
NEW SUPERINTENDENT
DF THE C. P.
ul those young ladles who nn' willing
in laki' pari in this competition. There
are no entry fees or other expensos,all
thai is required to win one ofthe four
handsome prizes is tin- seourtng of
members for tbe Reveletoke Progress
olub for the coming year, and as the
membership fee is only .$1 ami all the
old membership cards expire ln Deoember there will be nn difficulty ^experienced by the contestants in obtaining
members.
The Progress (Hub have prepared
lisis nf tnuni's which will !»• Issued to
the contestants in order to aid them In
the work of securing new members,
The progress of tbe race will be described in a speclatoolumn of this paper
to be edited by the committee. No
Ume will be wasted: the campaign
will lie short but sharp; within three
weeks the lists will close and the fortunate winners of the prizes will re-
.1 ivi- their well earned rewards. Por
limber particulars write Mr. IC, Mo-
li-i.-. Secretary Contest Committee,
Revelstoke Progress Club.
u umi tho Provincial Government to
; ititnnliii'cniiil curry during the earning
'session    a bill    giving  the    vote to
women on the same terms ay it is or
may be given to men.''
Mr. J. M. McKay Receives lhe
Appointment to Succeed Mr.
Kilpatrick.
Mr. J. M. McKay, trainmaster at
Revelstoke, has been appointed Super
intvnilrnt ot District No. 1 ou the
Uriusli Columbia division ol the O,
P.R. The position wus made vacant
by the resignation ot Mr. T. Kilput
rick and the appointment will become
eliective on December 15. Tbe districi
over which Mr. McKay will act as
superintendent, extends trom Field to
Kamloops, from Sicamous to Okunu
•rim Landing and from Revelstoko to
Arrowhead, in all there are 337.1,
miles of the line in this district,
which is the largest, in the point oi
mileage,  on  the  whole  division.
Mi. McKay, Mr. Kifpatrick's sui-
csssor, has Ueen on thc British Ool
imitiia nivisiou for only a lew month-
hut has lieen in ihe employ of thc C.
P. H. for many years. Ho came to
the coast from Winnipeg.
Mr. John tiopgood, formerly a con
eluetor on the C. I'. R. working out
.•I Kamloopa. will till the position
made vacant dy Mr. McKay's advance
ment. Mr. lle>|<good will assume the
duties of iraiumaster on Di  cmtier 15.
REVELSTOKE POULTRY
AGAIN WINNERS
Revelstoke poultry again score a
victory ai Bnderby Winter Show. H
M. Smythe sends 14 of his Plymouth
Hoiks ami wins IB prizes, Bflrsts, 6
seconds ami 1 third,and I special for
iie-t pen ui White Rocks.   Including
his winnings at Vei non, Ibis makes 82
prizes awarded  bim  at   two shows,
Othei  exhibitor! sent  birds,  bul on
gOlng   lu |U'SS till'  list   (if    WilllHTS llllll
nol i n obtained from Enderby.
The  lollowing  are   R.  M.   SinylbeV
IH lillie I
Barred Rocks. <- . ..-k. pullel pen.
Snd.
White Rocks, Cock, 1st! ben, 1st
hen,'2nd; hen, 8rdi pen, 1st, Spools!
pen "i White Rocks.
Hull Rooks, Cock, 1st hen, Isti ben
•Jn.I. ini kerel, Isl; pullet. 1st! pen,
1st.
L 0. L "lit Home"
Th officers and members of L. O. L.
N.i. 1858 gave a  pleasant   "At Hume"
to their friends in their lodge room
on Friday evening, Dec. 6th. Over a
hundred were present- which included
about fifty ladles. Dining the evening a splendid programme was rendered, and light refreshments were served abuut 11 :U0. The Orangemen were
heartily congratulated1 by their guests
for the pleasant evening enjoyed by
everyone present, and that they soon
boned to enjoy the hospitality of the
lodge again this season*   Bro. H. Mc-
Kinney uccupiui the cli.iir and announced the (ollowing programme:
Piano Solo by Harry Maxwell.
Dialogue by Lundell llivtheis.
Home Rule Speech by Win. Leslie.
Trombone Solo by Paul Samson.
Vocal Duett by Mrs. Davis and Miss
Pagilon.
Piano Duett by Miss Pagilon and 11.
Maxwell.
Trombone Seilu by Paul Samson.
A toast tu the Indies was proposed
by Bro. McKinney and ably responded
lu by Bro. K, 'lapping.
•'God Save tbe King" was suug
at the close of He. evening' enjoyment.
The Late W. Pettipiece
li is with regret that we have to announce the death of Mr. W. Petti-
pleoe, an old resident of Uevelstoke,
wbo passed away at the Victoria hospital on the llth inst. The deceased
was 80 years of age, and bad been ill
for sume time prior to bis death.
The deceased was a member of the
li. of I.. !•'. .V R. also of the I. 0. O. !•'.
who yesterday took charge ofthe funeral arrangement, and whioh was
largely attended by friends of the
family.
The late Mr. Pettipleoe leaves a wife
as well as several brothers ami sisters
iii mourn his demise.
THE FIFTH
MASQUERADE
ANNUAL BALL
The Most Successful Social
Event in the History of the
City—The Prize Winners
Tbe Fire Brigade No. l Annual Masquerade Hall, he'd in the Opera llniise
on   Wednesday evening  last  proved
the most successful affair nf the kind
ever belli   in   Revelstoke.    About   100
oouples enjoyed tbe dances, whilst the
galleries were crowded willi friends of
tbe masqueraders and spectators.
The attendance both of dancers and
onlookers constituted a record, and
the costumes were declared to far surpass for elegance and variety those
ever seen at any masquerade ball in
this oity.
The voting for award of prizes iu the
costume competitions, was very close,
resulting as follows :
Hest Couple, Mrs. B. liny, Flower
Girl and Mr. 0, Woods, Bohemian
Prince.
Host Cumie, Mr. Wm. Foote, Wild
Man from Borneo.
lies! Gent. Mr. (ireen, Liieiis XV.
Best Lady, Miss Richardson, Mar-
guerette,
Owing to our machine operator having injured his hand being unable lo
work, we regret lieing compelled to
hold over the full list of costumes un-
till next issue.
Tlie Opera House was very tastefully decorated, aud i veryone present
hail a right royal time.
Mrs. II. Needham, who was unis-
querading as an Italian organ grinder,
carried a small box Inscribed " For
Revelstoke General Hospital" and the
small sum collected will be banded
over to that Institution.
CT
X o. TiiiAKiHON,    -     Manager
B.C. Political [quality Leap
A well attended meeting under tbe I
auspices of the 11. 0. Political Equal-1
ity League, was held in the opera
Bouse, Revelstoke, on Tuesday even-
Ing last. Mis. Sturdy, president of
the looal branch of the association,
presided In tbe chair, and speeches
were made by Mis. McGill and Mis-
li. Davies.
The following resolution was uiiani-
mulish adopted.
"That ibis meeting ieallr.es the
urgent need of the woman's point of
\ie-w being directly represented In the
mnn il if legislation and the affairs
of the nation and deplores ths Injust-
.    , ;,, ,,, ,   . I lhe' le.-s t.i lhe   State
Involved In her present political position:
And, preferring that British Colum-
bis ihould lead the oilier provinces of
i ui.ul.i en all in ittei i "i  Progressive
Reform, rather than.follow, it callo
TO
BECOME II NUISANCE
Winnipeg. Dec. 5.—Thc lirst call to
thc ■ ■■! I.'--, i ii !■ ul Winnipeg wus
sounded last night at tbc gathering in
St. Andrew's Church, uuder tbe auspices nl the TradeB and Labor Cimncil
anil addressed by Miss Barbara Wylie.
The speaker, a leading English militant suffragette, urged those present
whn were numerous, and, in the main
in hearty aecuril with ber point ol
view, to orgauise a eutl'ragist body in
Winnipeg.
Tbe course ol action urged I.y Misp
Wylie was an Immediate appeal tu tho
Dominion Heiuse lor votes fnr wnnieu
and she urged insist ness in the request until 1' was granted Nothiig
was to be gained by patience. A I
depended upon being insistent and
blooming a nuisance to those in
pjwer. Mine Wylie declared that, tins
course was more advantageous than
an appeal to the provlnolal governments.
CITY ELECTION
POSSIBILITIES
Names Mentioned for Civic
Offices—A Dark Horse Looming up in the Back Stretch
I'p to the present time Mr. W. I.
Briggs is the only mayoralty candidate who hns openly declared himself
as being a candidate for mayoralty
honors. There are numerous reports
aliout     other     candidates    Including
Mayor Sutherland standing for reelection, but nothing as yet delinate.
Among those who would eome under
the head of uew blood and whose
friends are trying to induce to stand
for election as aldermen are W. H.
Horobin, li. M. Smythe, and W. A.
Sturdy, as well as li. (», Foley. However, Important developments may be
expected in the municiyal political
arena within the next. week.
City politicians will bear In mind
that Mr. It. Tapping yesterday made
the statement that be bad been requested lo stand fur election for the
mayor's chair, but thai he bad not yet
decided what course to puisne.
School Trustee Election.
The  present  Bchool trustees are T.
Kilpatrick, II. Manning, A. McRae,
It. .Squarebriggs and T. Uiadshaw. At
the same time as the city election un
January IU, there will be an election
to llll the vacancy on the school board
of two trustees, Messrs. Squarebriggs
and Bradshaw, whose term of ollice
expires this year.
This is one election wbich according
to   H.   V.   laws, wulileii .ue elegible tu
be candidates, Already one of Revelstoke's ladies Is prominently mentioned as a candidate for one of the vacant
seats iiii the school board, and It tl
quite likely tbe looal branch of the H.
c. Political Equality League will place
a candidate In tne Held for the "ther
vacancy on I be board.
CHRISTMAS DISPLAY
Our Christmas dlsplaj includes a choice of tin Pamoui Zanes-
villi- Ari Pottery, Jardinieres, Pedestals, Flower Pots, Bean
Pots, Hanging Baskets, Pudding and Cusi.ir.l Dishes, Pire Clay
CasserollB with or wuh.nn stands. SEE ODR CORNER
WINDOW.
CUT   GLASS AND  SILVER DEPOSIT WARE
The very newest and finest patterns In Cut Glsss now on show
Waler Jui's, Decanters. Berr) Bowh Nappies, Sugars end
Creams, Vases, all sizes, Tumblers, and t large collection ol
small fancy pices
our Utopian Silver Depositware ia the Common murk ol quality
ni prices which make them K"    Si e oui display eel these goods
GROCERIES
Our Grocery Department is complete in sil the Xmas',Fruits,
Layer Raisins, Grapes, Pigs, Jap-uice Oranges, Christie's
Ninas Cake, Plum Pudding snd Choice Fane} biscuits, Ruts ol
all kinds. Choice Appk-s and Vegetables m abundance.
HARDWARE
Caning Sets and Choice Silverware, Pocket Knives, Safety
Razors .tin 1 Shaving Supplies, Sporting Goods, a new suppl) ol
Mi-Clary's Ranges and Heaters ju-i arrived
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Plumbing
Heating
BL
Special Attention Paid to Mat
Tinsmithing
Orders
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Go to Mclntyre's Store First
FOR STRICTLY HIGHEST QUALITY
XMAS BAKING GOODS
Sweet Almonds, per lb 50c.
New Lemon, Orange anil Peels 20c. and 25c.
Currants, double cleaned, fresh, 2 lb, for 25c.
New Orleans Cooking Molasses, (bulk), pt. jar   25c.
Ensure Success by Giving Us the Order.
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
Xmas Poultry
GET YOUR FRESH KILLED TURKEYS
GEESE, DUCKS, CHICKENS
Coast Sealed And Sealed Shipt Oysters
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail
Sleigh  lobes, bells,   horse  blankets)
nhips.snou shoe*, band sleighs,skates
hiukcy blinks, etc., at Bourne Mrgu.
For Charity Sake
A very commendable work ia ahout
to ho undertaken hy Mr. and Mra.
W. A. Sturdy ol this oity, thoy pro
pose to prosont to tbo ltovelotoke
citizens ut uu ourly dato u lirst close
evenings entertainment in the form of!
u thoiitricul pcrfornu.nco which they |
uud thoir Iriondn who will assist]
them with tho play, will havo ready I
lor stuging in about Bix weeks time,:
Tho proceeds of this ontertainmont
will go exclusively to Mrs. Uouhl. Ite
is tho intention to 11 possible secure
lhu hull for this worthy object and
the Mail-Heruld will glvo tho necessury printing for tho entertainment
also tree in order to lesBcn the expenses of the entertainment. It Is
a good thing to sen citizens gifted
with a talent, turning it to soma
good account, uivd Mr. und Mrs.
Sturdy are to ho commended for thoir
action in this matter. When this entertainment lu singed lt is hoped
that overy oitl'/eti will patronize it
in volw ol tho object which will bring
lt about. ||
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One Price Only
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Starting to-day and ending Saturday
night, we are putting on sale only 25
MEN'S SUITS. Reg. $22 and $25
values. These include all the newest shades
patterns and fabrics from the best makers.
$17.00
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McRae Mercantile Co.
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DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS     \
Vases, Bowls. Comports,
Manufactured by "Libby"
BE NOT DECEIVED
J~. GrTTYT BAEBEB
C, P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR: PATl'MlAY.    TM.VF.MT1KR  11  1012
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SATURDAY,    DI'll'ICMltKn   14   lOlfl
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Ui-niirai
GIVE?
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 our reputation by selling only good goods and
by charging prices never higher than the quality of our merchandise.
Xmas Neckwear
m Dainty Styles
We are showing a wonderful variety,
and those who wish lo choose now are
assured ofthe newest Xmas ideas. Each
tie is put up in a neat box nnd you have
dozens to choose from.
Prices. 50c. 75c. $1.00. $1.50
Silk Knitted Mufflers
In all the new shades and latest weaves.
Prices. 50c, 75c to $4.50
oves for Xmas
Make An Acceptable Gift
We carry such makes as the Fowne's
and Perrin's.
Wool Lined Cape Gloves, :t dependable
Glove Price, $1.50
Silk Lined ('ape Gloves, in grey and tan
Price, Sl.?.-) to .$2 50
Silk Lined Mocha Glows .. ,       	
Price, $2.00 to *2.75
Mocha Fur Lined Gloves
Prices, *3 t<> 1 50
Travelling Goods
The goods in this department are always
very appropriate as Xmas GifIs; such as
Travelling Bags, Suit Cases, Club BaRS,
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
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes.
Dressing Gowns
You cannot select a better one, nor one
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  $6.50 to $22
The goods carried in our Boys' Department are always much in demand for Xmas Gifts. What is more
appropriate for 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£ Beys
Who Knew
HcRae Mercantile Company, Limited
Cw."*i > till     ALrnr.0 I.t ihi k .» lONP
The Style Shop
For Men and Boys
Who Know
FOE SALE
House and 75 feet tron\&v/u n Mackenzie Avenui
1 u down, balati ■
House and 87   Teet  Kror.UK i on  Fourth
.' •     •   i down, iii
Three Lots just off Mackenz a A • .. in all 06
froi ta •   facing or I
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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Items Irom Solsqua
Tbe  Provincial
icsa-eC a grant toward! tbt t
;-g 0| toe ir.'
iole'iJj, wb.ch has Uccolu. nee-
• kLD« to tbi resent InflDI ol
Witl) their famUlce. The bui D I
wili be erectwl ou Mr. P. Uoeaou's
Section, About 300 yarte Irom tbo
railway track aud Ib exported to oi*n
tor tb« eomraentcment ot tbc new
year tarm.
Tbe    Dominion    Government bave
opened up a Post office located In tbc
Goeden   building, Mr. P. Goeden    ia
remaster,  Mrs.  Closdsn Assistant.
Work on the Government roads is
r.ow eompletnl tor the Benson, during
ik* pest yea* a Ur^t amouat pf valu
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HE MVERTISLO AT LAST
TheN wan n man  in our  lown,
And hc was wondrous wi»c,
He swore (it was his policy)
He would not advertise,
llut one sad 'lay he adverMied,
', nd thereby tinned a tale,
The ad. was Mt in quite small type
And beaded "Bberlfl'e Bale."
WINTER TIM TABIE
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A Treatment That Costs Nothing
ii ii fails
We wanl you to try three larire hot
ties ol Rexall "98" Hair Tonic on our
 trantee tual  Lhi   u lol will'
n..t cost you a penny it  it does not'
., isolute eaUetactlon. Tlmt'B
prool e.i uiu lalth >u thia remedy  and.
ould  mdlsputabl)     demonstrate
tbat   ne know  what wc are    talking
•  when we Bay thai Rexall "93"
x 111 retard baldness, over
comi  scalp and bair ailments, and it
anj     human   agency   can accomplish
tin* result, it may i"' relied upon to
promote .. new growth ol hair.
Remember, wc arc hoeing our stale'
.i has .inmm.i>- iieen uc
•'e,l|l|il;    i.'-.l       .V    1 tie    U8C    e,. . ,
■    hnvo tho r .iiit to
i   evhnl   .'   has  .lone     tor
' wlll iiii tor you
.   ii  cannot Iobo     any- -
il    .,   Ileal   lell   OM   llll    I
i...      .       ,   an i
you     e an obtain
this community
Wall     i   .mi' drug
..1  Store.
Don't Miss Ihis
the. treat
,,iii,. i..,:.. . Tboatre
en i 2nd epenings when
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heard in i anada  lie
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COMING EVENTS
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BOUTH TRAIN, eiUnded   ta ill Nfelon   Strangou
Arrive* U:i0, leaves 7;46 a.m.        imBtl* welcome.
Ko
I   i:   Danee will be held bi held
• •a tho inliowini: datM Dec.6th Dec.
i.iii.   1st  xoo.l  tunc  guaranteed.
January I   Imperial lien H.mrrrB at
Hmprets theatre.
January   18   Pan      American    Doub.o
gunrtette,  Kmpress theatre.
WANTBD   Pair     Becond hand    Dob-
dlolghs.   Write Mail-Herald.
The City Council met in special meeting last night.
In the absence of Mayor
Sutherland, Aid. -MeKinnon occupied the chair. Present Aldermen Howson, McSorley, Barber, Bonnie.
Notice was conveyed to the
meeting that Mayor Sutherland
wished to take leave of absence
lor three weeks in order ts take
an urgent business trip to the
East.
Moved by Aid. Howson, seconded by Ala. McSorley, that
the Mayor be authorized to approve on behalf of the Council,
of a plan of part of the northeast quarter of Section 21, Township '2£, Range li, west of the Uth
meridian, being a subdivision of
Block (iA, and 6B, owned by b\
E. Sine.—Cani'd.
Moved bj Aid. Barber, seconded
by Aid. Bourne, that the Mayor
be   authorized   to    approve   on j
benalf of the Council of a plan
nl part of the nortl -;ast quarter
of    ."ection   27,   Township, 23,1
Itange 2, west of the 6th Meridian, being subdivision of Block |
60,   owned   by   the   Kevelstoke!
Land  Company,  l/'niitcJ.-—Car-
ni'ii.
i OM 111 Nil \ i IONS
A letter was read from a firm
of brokers advising that the city
bonds bad better be held pending an Improvemenl on the land
market The bonds would not
fetch more than I)'1 at present.
ACTING MAYOR
On motion, Aid. MeKinnon
was chosen as acting mayor in
the absence of Mayor Sutherland,
BEWERS
The Council decided  to postpone   the  new  sewer schedu'e!
until   the  same   had   been   reproofed    and    corrected.    Thei
schedule would come before the
new Council.
Meeting adjourned at 10 p. Rl.
NOTICE
HcvelHtokc Land DiBtrict.
District ol West  Kootenay.
Take notice tbat 1, Samuel James
Harlow, occupation, Former, Intends
to apply Ior permission to purchase
thc  following described lands:
Oommenelng at a poet planted at
the North Weat Corner ol Lot '.1112a,
thencc west 40 chains, thence south
•1(1 chains, thence easl 40 rhains,
thencc north 4(1 chains to point of
commencement and containing IW)
acres  more or less.
Dated  Octoher  26th,  11112,
SAMUEL   JAMBS   11AHLOW.
1st iasno Nov. 6
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given, that an application will hc made to the Parliament ol Canada ut thc next hcihiou
thereof, lor an Act to incorporate a
Company under tbc naino ol "THE
WETASKIWIN, YELLUWUEAD und
RB\ ELSTOKE HAILWAV COM-
1'ANY," with power to countruct an.l
operate the following lines, nuiuoly:—
Commeuciug at or near Llo/onnHier
in the Province ol Alberta, thencc m
a westerly and south-wosturly d.' ection crossing tbe Orand Trunk I'ai i'c
Hallway at or near Viking, theuce
continuing in a westerly and ■} .utb-
westcrly direction crossing ine Canadian    Pacific    Uailway between the
towns ot niialiia*. an>l Haw 111 thence in
a westerly and south-westerly direction to the City ol ftsiatk'.win;
theuce in a westerly elir.<'.:!ja to lh«
Saskatchewan river; '.nonee WesUT.J
following the valley of tue Btateuil
nvcr, or such other valley as Piajf be
found practical, to or near i.io bead
watei'B ol the Brazea river; thenoe .n
a north-westerly direction down tbe
llocky river valley, or such other
course as may he found feasible, to
thc Yellowhead 1'aBB or audi other
pa.ss as may be fouud practical;
thence in a westerly and south-westerly direction to the headwaters ot
tbe Canoe river in tho l'rovlnce ol
Uritish Columbiu; tbence down tbo
valley of the Canoe river, or uucb
other valley as may bo louud practical, to the Junction ol the Canoe river
with thc Columbia river; theuce down
thc Columbia river valley to the City
of Revelstoke in the Province o' ltilt-
isb Columbia.
Dated at Wetaskiwin In the iT.r.'Inc
Dated at Wetaskiwin In thc ITovinc*
ol Alberta, this 4th day ot November
A. D., 1912.
LOGOIE & MANLEY,
Ot WetaBklwln, Alberta, Solicitors
tor Applicants.
5 weeks, let 1mm Not. 9tb BATURDAY.   DECKMiilClt  l-l   1 tn3
TUB   ]VC^IL-I3:E!X-4^.X.Jr),   r^EJ-y-EXuSTOKIE
BATURDAY,    DKCKMItKR  14  1913
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WHITE PEOPLE
Patronize your own color by Bending all your washing
to the WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY. Get
your blankets in early to avoid the rush.
Bachelors, try our collars.
We have just installed a new collar machine which is
bound to please.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80
EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1865
Record of Progress for Five Years— 1906-1911
Capital       ....
Reserve   -      -      -      -
Deposits      ....
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
Has 83 Brunches In Canada, snd ARonts nnd Correspondents In all
the Principal Cities In tho World.
A OENERAL BANKINO DU8INES8 TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intorost nllowsd at highest current rato.
Rcvolstoko Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
I'll III
1911
$ 8,000,000
Hi     ■!, H()l 1,000
Ii, 000.000
4,600,000
23,677,780
86,042,81]
27.457,090
88,864,801
88,090,192
48,2.',Y, 284
. . It Might Be Gold. .
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.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor.
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
I MUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly slid monthly rates to lie arranged. ■     Meal Tickets, 21 meals (or J6.I1U
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LBVS8QUB, Proprietor
Laughton (& 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
in.trket affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Z\%»rB     Ratsp $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J".   ALBBET     STOHSTE      PEOP
Central Hotel j^
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY I
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
■IB.
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Ropn.ru, Hot Air, Pipe
and Fufnaom work
-WORK   SHOP
Oonr.aut.ht Ave.   -   Revelatoke
J.lP. SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
if
SPECIAL SA
For 10 Days Only
Odd Chairs
Couches
Parlor Furniture
raBHBH
^
From Dec. IB to Dec. 1\
Howson & Co.
KUUTIO.MAY     LOOOB,   No.   il  A.   K.
a.lil   A.   M.
lingular cneotlngn are held U MAS
UNIO THMl'LH, I (Hi , -...,, Hall
..u the I'liinl Monday iu eaoh month
at X p, in. Viaitlng brethren art
cordially  welcome.
W. THOMSON, W. M,
W. D. ROBERTSON, Secretary.
Wl//
FULL   LINE OF   GENTS   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 Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C. V.O., LL.D., O.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LA1RI) JOHN AIRD
Generul Manager Asaiittanl General Manager
O.   W.  O.   VV.
Mountain View  i.'»ui|i,  No.  l'li.
Meet* second   and     Fourth Wednes
day*    in  each  mouth  in    Selkirk
Hull.      Visiting   Woodmen  art
cordially Invited to attend
A.  J, WOODLAND,  Con.  Cora
JAMICB   MclNTYUK.  Clerk.
DOUBT     MT.     U1SGBIH),   No. MU.
f)V I,  U.  V.
Meeta   111   1.   O.   0.   B\   Hall   IHIt     to
Tapping's U|iera House every second
and fourth Monday In inunth. Visiting brethren cordially  welcomed.
O. W. BELL, O. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON.   Rec.-Hec.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12,  1. O.  O.  F.
Meeta every     Thursday evening    in
Helkirk  Hall ut li o'clock.     Visiting
brethren  cordially  invited.
JOHN LYON      N. O,
JAS.   MATHIE,   Sec.
GOLD RANGE LODUE,       K.  ot    P.,
NO.  HU,  REVELSTOKE,  B.   C.
MMts svery Wednesday eicept   the
Third  Wednesday of each month      In
Oddfellows' Hall at * o'clock.  Visit-
lag Knights are cordially  invited.
F. W. TERRY, O. O.
Q. H. BROCK, K. of R. * 8.
M. nf t.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Ktc.
Imperial Bank  Building  Revelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Loaa.
Offices—Revelatoke.    B.   O.,     aad
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. S. McOartsr,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH,
Provincial  Land   Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
Mr.KKN7.IE AVE.,
BOX   106.    REVELSTOKE
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P.
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O.
.  WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 146, Revelstoke, B.C.
SALE OF CROWN TIMBER.
Sealed Tenders will lie received by
the Minister o! Lands not Inter than
noon on thc 3rd day of March, 1913,
for thc purchase of licenses Nos. XI,
XI, to cut timber estimated at 1,-
720,000 feet, 520,000 feet, and 310.CO0
f«-et B-M- respectively, together with
8,000 railway ties and poles from
Crown land adjoining Adums Lake,
Kamloops District.
Particulars of Chiel Forester, Victoria, B.C. 1st Isb. N.30 3m.
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
BANKING BY MAIL
Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian
Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the
same careful attention as is given to all other departments of thc
Bank's business. Money may bs deposited or withdrawn in this
way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. S4
REVELSTOKE BRANCH    F.  M.  GIBSON, r    in.ii ir
NAKUSP  I RANCH   H. L. ROTHWELL,   Manager
I1LLOW RIVER       dn     the
[main   line  ol Grand   Trunk
• I si |fic and IEn<lia..i: Kay K.ul-
Iway.    It is tlie desire of  the
Railway Company to make it
ana 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. Pacific Bond
ami Land Corp., Ltd., 4S4,
Pacific Hlelc;., Vancouver. H.C.
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Sinp-
er and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For S.le or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H. MANNING.   Agent.
J. A. HOY
Teacher of Violin
I'n;:' eif Iviii'st   Sitnnle, of Winnipeg, una Prof. Frederick,
lute of London, Eng
Studio at City Hotel
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
Tenders for Cedar Poles
Healed tenders addressed to the
undersigned will be received at the
cilv Hall up to6o'clock,p.m., Friday,
December l»th, 1012, for the delivery
of about 160 ('.ulii i- Poles, forty feel
'ung. Full particulars can be had nl
my office in the City Mall.
(iii titt.KM North,
Superintendent,
Electrical Department.
Reveletoke. H. < ., Deo. 10th, 1912,
FruitLands
FOR SALE
Qnlena Buy lands-in parcel of
10 or 20 o.crpH or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT
MrB. Bdward Kennedy, ol Merlden,
Conn., 40 years olil, was advised by
her Physician to try Dr. Marlcll's Female I'llls, she did so with wonderful
results. Thousands of others would
Buy thc same. 20 ycurB tho standard
ut your Druggist.
PAY   OFF
MORTGAGES
OR    IMPROVE
REAL ESTATE
See Our Plan
Phone,  Write Ol  Call
THE CANADIAN HOME.
INVESTMENT CO.. LID.
C. S. MARSHALL
Representative
TO GO TO
LONDON. ENG.
OTTAWA,    Dee.     11.- There   will   lm
u L'aiiiuet minister representing the
Dominion un thc Imperial defence
committee, This question hus been
asked repeatedly since Ht Hon. R, L.
Dordon made his announcement in the
Hou e last Thursday uud gossip hus
 u hue) with the uuiuea of various
ministers.
Tho News-Telegram umlcruiuuds
tieui tiie selection when me time
comes, will lull upou Hou. Ueorgu
il. Per ley,   of Ottawa,     member for
Argenteull      und      ni.ii.Bter     without
1'uotiolio in tho Borden cabinet.
The   responsibility   involved   iu     uc-
cepting the Important   lutees attach-
this ii".'.   "portfolio"  is likely
• ■ty heavy, but Ur. I'crh-y has
never     turned alld!     from  big ta-->ks
mid has    never been a luiiuru in his
undertakings.   His  work  during    tho
Vben     be discharged  the duties ol Acting   Premiei uiti minister
ol more thuu one department, marked Iiiiii a.-, a iiian of uuusuul administrative Capacity and sound ju.lgincnt
Ho hus been It. L, Uordeu's right
I.ai. i in many uotuhle instunces both
before and since tho chuuge of govern
meat.
iir. Parley has practically freud
himself from active participation in
his lurge business afluirs and bus the
leisure necessary for the position
which it is proposed that he he shall
ocedpy in London.
Notice to Contractors
BBALBD TENDERS superscribed
"Tender for Motor Launches," will l*
received by iln- Hon. lbe Minister of
Public Works up to 1- o'clock noon "i
Monday, 23rd day of December, Wl'l.
for the- construction of two 26-fool
nuotor launches,
InleiitluiK biildi'is nill give full description oi the hull, engine, etc.
Delivery: One launch at Arrow-
head) the other at .Nelson.
Karli proposal must li • accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certitl
cate of deposit on a chartered hunk oi
Oanada, made payable to ihe Mien
the Minister of   I'ublic   Works,   tur  a
sum equivalent to ten per cent, of tin
ajuount of the tender, which shall be
forteited If the party tendering decline
to enter into contract when called
upon to do so, or it' lie fail tu complete
Hie work contracted for. The cheque
or certificates of deposit of  unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to tbem
upon tin1 execution nt tb.. contract.
Tenders will not   Im;  considered   un-
lean made out on the fuuus supplied.
signed by tbe actual signature ol tbe
tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished
forms of lender can be obtained
from tbe Governmenl Agents al Vancouver, New Westminster, Revelstoke
and Nelson, and the Department of
Public Work-, \ Ictoria.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
J, K. (iuitriTii.
I'uielie' Wmk- Engineer.
Public Works Department, Vh t"i la,
H.»'.. 31th November, 1»I2
Plrei Insertion Deo. i.
COURT OF  REVISION
REVELSTOKE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT
NOTICE is hereby given tha
tlie Cotii t of Itevision anil App^a
under the "Assessment Acl" and
"l'uhiic School Ac" for the Itevel
slok- .We.-sment District, respecting the Assessment rolls for the
year 1913, will be held n« fnllowr
Court House, Kevelstoke,  II. ('., on
MONDAY, tbe Mrd day of Dec
ember, 1012, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon.
At the Qovernmen Ollice, Nakusp,
B.C., on FRIDAY, the J"th day
of December. 1912, tt 9 o'clock
in the afternoon.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, November 30th, 1912.
CHAS. M. FIELD,
Judge of eaid Court.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Clean coal ut Coursier's.
Dressed Dolls, best quality at McDonalds  Drug  Store.
Watch McKarlaud's window trotn
now to Xmas.
Boy's book.-,, Girl's Books, fancy
boiindpoets all tbe new tictiou in
quantities  at McDonald's Drug  Store
Visit Uowsonls store for Christmas
Kooda.     Special discount   ollered    in
parlor furniture.
Children lltead 0. B. Hume & Co's
Big Santa Claus advertisement inside back page.
WANTED—A young girl as Nursemaid apply to Mrs. A. B. Mc-
Cleneghun.
Large stock of Bankhead Hard
Coal, allsizes on band. Itevelstoke
Oenerui  Agenc.es,  Ltd.
All Bolts ot toothsome delicacies and
Mii-.i.iiiii.il good timi).' - will l>e on sale
at the culinary table Ht the lla/.aar on
l)e-e', 171ti. iu .Mel-:u laml h new store in
the Howson block.
Just drop into McDonalds Drug
store when looking Ior Xmas presents
laverything new tbis year with the
uew store.
Notice: We are the sole agents in
lievelstoke for tbc celebrated Gait
Coal, burns all u.ght and does not
choke tbe stove pipes. Hevelstoke
Generul   Agencies.  Ltd.
Get a Kevelstoke culendar to send
to your eastern Iriends. Tree views
of tbe town, We, anb 40c. at Mac.
Donald s Drug Store.
A Did- Xmas Gilt—a good Thermos
bottla or j ug. All prices and sues
ul  McDonald s  Drug  Store.
Uwing to cbuuges iu our stall thia
Paper il compelled to curtail tbe
amount of news until tbe new operator has oven able to run tbe uiucb-
ing to lull capacity.
The 'Sugar Bowl'1 lor toys, large
uuortmeut ot uoi.s mid toys at reasonable prices a visit will surpriasu
you.
Tbe Vacuum clothes wasber is demonstrated daily at the old Kootenay
OfltCSB, Iii.l tired at 1.2D p.m. it
is worth every woman s while lo stun J.
The "Sugar Uowl'' lor high class
chocolates m boxes and bulk, tbe
largest assortment ol box goods in
tbe city. Get your Xmas presents
from us .
Doa't bend your back and rub your
ung«i> sore on a wash board. Get
a vacuum wasliti and stand up as
straight as you like to your work. A
tubtul of clothes wasbed right and
clean in three to live minutes.
Music Store, McKenzie Avsnus. —
Wu are clearing out our entire stock
ol musical goods at cost price. Here's
a chance to get a uee.ul Christinas
present at small cost for cash. Hurry
upl  Hurry upl!
Tbe "Sugar Bowl Contest is now
on, given away tree witb every purcbase a cupon wbich entitles you to
one of thc following prizes, Vnst
l'rua a pass for two to the Star
Theatre (or one month. 2nd prize
21b. box chocolates 3rd prise, lib.
box chocolates Contest closes Dec. IH
Revelstoke Theatre goers have a
real treat in store for tbem on January 1st and 2nd, The Imperial
Hand bell lingers of Yorkshire Kng-
la d are booked at tbo Empress theatre for two nights, these talented
musicians have been playing to
capacity houses all thru Canada, and
the Revelstoke public should keep up
tbeir end, by giving them a bumper
house her*. SATURDAY,    DBCBMBHR  11  VJ12
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SATURDAY,    DEOEMBER   M   1018
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Ties!    Ties!
Our Tie stock represents the choice of
Canadian and American factories. Vou
will find everything thai is new nnd tip-to-
dntc.
Fancy Ties, Boxed
It is a tie.it to  see  our  large   range of
Fancy   Ties,   boxed    individually.      Pinesi
quality of Silk, in   lighl   and  J:trk   patterns.
You should  select  yours  while  the  assort-
.    meot is i »rge.
50c. and 75c.
Knitted lies
Knitted Tics in all the newest colorings.
A very serviceable tie and a very  acceptable
Rift.
$1 to $2.50 Each
Socks and Ties
Sockb anJ lies to match,  neatly   boxei
accordion knit, shot effects.
$1.75 Per Set
Leather Collar Bags
Leather Collar Bags in Suede an*!   Russian leather, brown, tan, grey and wine.
$1.25 ti $2 Each
f/iufflers
We are showing a large range of Mufflers ni the accordion knit, in beantiful colorings.     Prices,
$1.50 to $3.50
Handkerchiefs
A box of Initialed Handkerchiefs is a
very suit.ible gift. We have llieni boxed,
half dozen Irish linen, lor
$2.00 Per Box
Men's Suspenders
Men's  Suspenders one     pair  to   fancy
box; best quality elastic webbing and  large
range of colots.
50c. to $1.00
Suspenders and Carters
Combination   Sets   of   Suspenders and
li huts, matched, in indiv dual b >xes.
1.00 ?u Set
Cloves, Gloves!
Wliv not get a pair of nice warm pair of
Gloves. We have a large assortmenl of silk,
wool and Fur lined
1.50 to 3.00 Per Pair
Combination Sets
Men's Combination Sets, arm  bands and
gaiters, matched,  in pink,  blue,    mauve  and
black.    Per Set.
75 Cts.
Handkerchiefs
Our Handkerchief Department contains
all kinds of Lawns, Linens, in silk, plain and
initialed.
75c. to $6 Per Dozen
Men's Suits
Of course you want to look neat
and dressy   for   the   Holidays.
We have  just received a shipment of Men's Suits.
We wish to call Special Attention
to Our Blue Serges and Cheviots.
We specialize in Clues, and we
can say without fear of contradiction that we are without opposition in this line.
Shop Early While the
Stocks Are at
Their Best
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•   -  Mail-HeraU,-
Di-.ak Sir:—! am writing you
to draw the attention ol the c ity
Council and Police oftic ais to   i
public nuisance
It seems impossib
public streets,.' Revelstoke
out having a hi        ig 1
barking at every tc tm tn I
ing horses shy and   b It.
only are teamsters worried in the
back streets of the  city  by
howling cur-,   oat   often  v
the busine.-s centre   a   ;
dogs may be sei man;   - t -
casions   chasing    ng-.      Whal
citv outside Of Kevelstoke would
tolerate    such  state  of   all,
Have our municipal c< mei
authority to orJcr the destru
of dogs that have become a pui'lie nuisance .'    lla\e   the   ['
of this town no  orders  to abate
this disgraceful state   of affair- ■
Why should people be subject .1
to   being   worried   by    pe
curs that seem to own  the  town
and   ravage   back  yards
after night like a,pack ol starved
wolves.      If peopb' want to
dogs in the City limits, thr pl    .
to keep them  is  on   their
premises and  back   yards.     Let
our  City   fathers   wake   up   and
take a trip to outside   cities   ai:d
count the dogs they  can  find in
business blocks of a   well  regulated city.    Whv should private
citizens have to lay a > i mplaint,
when »t have paid men to walk
our streets and keep everything
up to.-date as it shoaW be     No
ont  ba.'-Uny   objection   to
eens   keeping  dog:   SO  long   -
they   arc  kept   on   their   i
premises.
Trusting this kick may abate
this nuisance, and that you will
be good enough to publish this
objection.
Thanking you in anticipation,
J remain.
V. M. C. JL NOTES
Say .'   I I.r ■
whether j
thai boy a  i'.
ticket yet?     'i I
boj s' ;
year fi
the   11
over-night tram|
i good
new ve •
On N
will be a grand
the Gym.      V\
received   that   thi
Minstrels,  -
come here on •
lieen the victim
'   ■
and -t. r.es.     I lie p
red that a good th    ;
pro\ided in their pl
On New   Year s
in   the   morning,   there  will  be
a free-for-all-day in ibe
al! thc larger boj   only.
Onlv    boys    v.'u
from to to ts will I
till    t'i    Fl,     lii .' !
I e .
will   please   : i
and thus   . i •     .
admitted.      E
boy's age, v» hi
to  the  y.M.C.A.  i    ii
come and lake part in thc >; i
and • ^ un■ >.
i )•   V' cdne  la;
wag! and Bonehi ad   «ill
ii .     team   are i
ami will  very  likely  pul    i   a
strong Bght to win.
The admission to the ;   games
is 15c.
BILLIARD  TOURNAMENT
A meeting of all Interested in
this game ib called for on  Monday evening at 71,-50, in thc reading room of lhe Y.M.C.A.
BOWLING LBAOUK
The new bowling league starts
11 January 6th.    All  those de-
nte.'ing   tl
requested
names to Mr. c ^<     1 r\
•      e
COA
If vou wanl gi od, clean Con', I am in a  position  to supply it
iu.     Ask vour • that coal !  sell,   and  whether he
is satisfied.
Lethbridge Lump Coal
Lethbridge Nut Coal
Orders will receive pron pt attention.    Phone No. 60
S. G. HOBBINS
i^umDermen r
T.
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GOAL!
REDUCTION IN ELICTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so. call at the Revelstoke Plumbing Cai,
Sheet   Metal  Co. s  Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
p. 11 i<<
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$ Vancouver, B. C, #
DeabFkiend: *p
I heard that an Agent of the Domestic  Utilities 9
Y    Co. is in your eity demonstrating the use of the Vac- V
v    uum Clothes Washer.    As you know my husband is an v
*£    engineer and he gets his clothes dreadfully dirty.    I V
*■£ lind after using different kinds of soap and washing *f
5J compounds so highly advertised that nothing works
so well and quickly to get them perfectly clean as the
Vacuum Clothes Washer, and I recommend you to get
one as it will lighten your work 20 per cent. If you
have any friends interested you might tell them the
great success 1 have had- 4»
tl remain, Your Sincere Friend, <|»
E. A. |»
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CHRISTMAS    SAILINGS
A. Davidson,
NOTICE
PHONE
292
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Ulvi rpool
I  f ..T.e I-l-elll
I'ortlutid     1
Dei    ■    li.e.    s
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turning;
W   are in the manufacturing business
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office and Bar   Fixtures,   Storm
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
c^Wetal, 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 000R FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
I  len   I      ; '
lauranl in Lowei Tov
and ■■'■il!  11    " all Chi
11686 dishi   .  'uli ns Chop
Sucy, Noodles, ''it'.
OPEN Aid, NIGHT
KEE MOON
First D001 Wi  1, Next to I'm Hull
TIklPHONI   »T
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Dei     ■  Nov. 23
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Hnltli i '  ' S.S. St, l.oiii.- Dec.
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Company's Office. 619 Second Ave , Seattle, 3 doom from Cherry Street,
Or A. G. BR00KER, Agcnl, - C.F.R. Ry, Revelstoke.
Kevelstoke General Agencies, Limited
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him,  hi      i
tell you that llm whibknyg w,
X llin^, are the IiphI.     (Jnll uu,
convinced.    No houei-hold ilmiii
hi' wilhoul  n supply of  our Hn,
vey'a Spcclni gcotoh Whlektyi our
Frnpln liqueur Brandy, KuniRnteRd
miyi-nin old ur Blaokberry Brnnily
for M.-il ii-iriiil purposes.   Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of uil
kinds arc uiiexrcltcd.     Hold Iiy nil
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd,
importere Md Doaien In Pari Wlnet, Uquore, ciiart and oigar^ttn HATUHDAY,    nWC-HMHHH  14   1912
THE   JyLJ^TTjTLEnEl^T^TD^   J=e,JBVIDXiSTO".S:S
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14 1912
ojs?>iinaaKBam^wi^'?9^^'tim-'-' ••       p;.wsb      ■       ■ >- -«f,1MW
BaBBT»BS»
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
?s?i ite
C. £. /tow « Co.. 4«n/fed
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in nnwest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
^   Shop Early & Only Two Weeks till Christmas   &
Some say il is Old Fashioned,
Sending Gifts for Christmas Day.
But some of us Cling Fondly
To the good Old Fashioned wa/".
c_/4ccept Old Fashioned wishes
For the sake of "cAuld Lang Syne
c_/4 very cTWerry Christmas
"Good Luck to Thee and Thine.
#
JO-'-'/
zA Real Old Fashioned
Bargain fo r Saturday J?
200 LADIES  SHIRTWAISTS  go on Sale
Percales,     I.incus,     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.      Each
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.
I [ 7 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.
WAIST LENGTHS
Silk Waisl Lengths make a vory acceptable gift,
lose are extra nicely boxed this year   and   the
isplay is better than ever. A nice range to choose
$2.O0 to $5.00
LADIES UMBRELLAS
Are always useful; a great range  to  select from.
ie new Ebony and Sterling  Handles and some
very nice mounts in gold and pearl and silver and
pearl.
The sensible gifts of hose, gloves,   handkerchiefs,
mufflers, ties, collars, etc., are all nicely boxed.
GLOVES ARE  APPRECIATED
The lovely long Evening Gloves n Blacks, Tans,
Browns, White, etc., and the streei 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
l land Crochet
50c. to $1.0O
Do Your Xmas Shopping Early
A Table of Fam
Goods.   A   big assortment of Fancy  |il|lj
Articles, all at ■§£$
One Price, 25c.
SHOP EARLY
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.
Men's Mufflers.—In all the late
new shades and weaves; from
the plain woven small scarf at
50c. to the handsome aceordian
weave at $5 Each
o7VIen's Suspender Sets—Suspenders, armlets, and garters
to match. All colors. Prices,
 75c. to $3.50 per set.
Groceries and Crockery
Men's
Fancy
Fancy    Suspenders.—
boxed.   Prices	
  75c. to $3 per pair
NEW OLIVES
New Olives, Heinz's Duchess, 6 oz. bottles;
Gold Seal Stuffed, Nut Stuffed, Nabob, 25 oz.
bottles, Crosse & Blackwell's Queen, pint
bottles, Ripe Olives in tins.
NEW CHEESE
MacLaren's—small and medium sized jars.
Stilton Cheese by the lb.; Canadian by the lb.;
Limberger, by the block; Comembert, by the
tin.
Candied  Cherries,   Candied  Assorted   Fruits,
Pine Apple, Citron, Lemon and Orange.
Noel's   Preserved   Fruits;    Preserved   Figs,
Cherries Preserved in Maraschina in half pt.,
pint and quart bottles,   Preserved Pine Apple.
A NICE LINE OF FISK
Crab Meal, Anchovies in kegs ai d bottles.
Stock Fish, Sardines, Easti rn Clams, Oysters, Lobsters, Schrimps and S< mon.
Men's Handkerchief Sets.--Tie,
handkerchief ami hose to match
— All colors.  	
 Price, S2.7.r> per Set
Men's Handkerchief Sets. Tie
and handkerchief to match.
All colors.   Prii e. $1.75 pr Set-
NEW CANDY
and the best that's made
NEILSON'S CHOCOLATES—ln   box s  from   25c.
to $2.50 per box, and also in I  ilk and  5c. bars.
NEILSON'S ITALIAN CREAMS      in   ',-lb.  and
i-lb. boxes.
G. B. CHOCOLATES—Half and  one  pound  boxes
and also in bulk.
A large assortment ol   Barley  Cand   s,   fellies,   Gum
Drops, Creams, Carmels and Mixed Candy, and
a lar^e variety of fancy boxes.
NEW FRESH l.UTS
California   Walnuts,   Greenoblos   Walnuts,    Pecan,
Filberts, Almonds, Brazil, Peanuts, t lestnuts. Shelled
Almonds, Walnuts and Peanuts.
AND    CLUB
■ ariety of
SUIT   CASES
BAGS—in
leathers.   Either fitted or unfitted'   . Prices, $2.75 to  8500
MEN'S TIE HANGERS-New
designs and very neat
75c to $2.00 Each
SWEATER   COATS-A1I   designs and patterns
$2.76 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 $2.2-r> per Set
cTWen's Muffler Sets-Mufller &
tie to match Price, $2.50 pr. Set
tTWen's    Fancy    Hose - Wool,
Cashmere,   lisle,   silk,   boxed
singly or in any quantity, l'rices
 35c. to $3.50 per pair
o7Men's Neckwear—Absolutely
the biggest line ever shown in
the citv Prices, 85c to $3.00
each.   Each tie in a fancy box.
SMOKING COATS and Dressing ''owns, new and artistic
Price $7.50 to $15.00 Each
UMBRELLAS—Silk top, with
mounted handles, in either gold
or silver   Prices,  $3.50 to $pi
PIPES—Either singly or in
sets.    Prices, SOc to $20
cMen's   Handkerchiefs -Linen,
excelda, silk;   fancy or plain;
with initials or without 	
  Prices, 15c. to $1.50 Each
Collar Bags.— Leather, all colors, all sizes	
      Prices, $1 to $5 each
Men's Gloves —Either lined  or
unlined.    Silk,    fleece   or   fur
lined.    Gray or brown	
 Prices, $1 to $3.50 per pair
Miitary    Hair   Brushes.-Solid
Ebony backs, in case   	
$4 to $7.50 per pair
TOBACCO    POUCHES    and
Cigar   Cases—a wide   range.
l'rices, 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
We are Leaders in Xmas Shoes
We are leaders in thc 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.
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
CUBeTAINS
We are showing a few nice lines of Curtains, Screens and Madras by the
yard from 20c. to SOc, 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 111 Tapestry and Brussels. We are mading this offer tor lO
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
do better than get one or more of our new rugs, of which we have a new
and select assortment, from $2.50 to $8.00 in all colors. They make a
very Acceptable Gift.
umji-Mitoixi
n,a* lit... aJhol-iSu.-" -.'iVTnMTi.'Ttgi
1 SATURDAY,    DECEMBER  U   1912
THE   M^IL-ELEn^IL.rX   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   DECEMBER 14 1918
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If you arc thinking of Giving Anything
Inspect Our Stock of Useful Presents
Linen Table Covers and Napkins to
Match.
Fancy Down Comforters
Ladies' and Gent's Gift Umbrellas
Ladies' Silk One Piece Dresses
Ladies' Velvet Cord 1-Piece Dresses
Ladies' Fancy Bults,   Handkerch'fs
Ladies' Furs and Sweater Coats
Ladies' Xmas Fancy Handbags
Suit Cases. Trunks, Bags, Etc.
Sales Ladies' Trimmed Hats
Ladies' Evening Gowns
Ladies' Velvet and Tweed  Suits at
Special Xmas Prices
Men's Xmas Gift Goods
Fancy Ties.    Fancy Hosiery
Fancy Sets.—Suit Cases and Bags
Fancy Suspenders. Gloves. Hdkfs.
Umbrellas, Cuff Buttons. Stick Pins.
Hats, Caps, Mufflers. Ann Braids. Etc.
Men's and Boys' Overcoats.
Shop Early! Don't Wait!
REID   & YOI
M AHH1K1)
Cmc k'-K.ri i nr Ai Revelalok, li ( ,
no Wedncxd •>'. Doc, llth, 1012. al
the retldence of Mr. nnd Mi-s A G.
Crick, Tirst him, hy thc Rev, O.A,
Proouulni', Mi. l'n-ii. \V. Urlrk to
Min Annie M. Effevl   both of Hi-v
dutnkc.
THE CITY IK BRIEF
A full report 'if Um- Mu»mieiiidi'Hal
will appear in m-xt Wpdni'stlayV Issuo.
Remrmlirr ilie Ladle*' Auxlllinry
It. of R. T, Annual IDance Haute.
wf«k.
Thr (iardi'n of Kden Valley ns
repi.-sented this week in Kevelatoke
hv I. H. Jieliusnn and A. G. Btewart.
I". W.Cameron, ot Vancouvei, ban
been upending the pn«t Eon dayi In tl e
City nn l>usine»!>.
t.'. H. Nadean. .if Three Vallev, oamc
down to tiansa'i busineoa with the
City yattwdaj
W.Boyd, of Halcyon Hot Spring?,
wae In town yesterday. Heaaya thai
be li u hada l'ii-v fall on the lake
Mr-. A. l.vU-icei, of Spokani eaine
up from lbe i-outli the fore pari of thi -
week, and la viaitlng In the dn .
W. <■- I'orter  and   D, Kitcbie,
Vernon, ami.I. Sneddon, ol Okanagan
Jjaiidin^;.   were    Revelatoke    »
thif week end.
W II Horobin, secretary i tb<
Ke»el>t»ke     Meat  Market,   reti
-■   nighl   fi  m   a  business  trip tu
-•   vi. .
The   rl Dance
will he held  en \\ .-.i: t nex'
at  Mania   Hall   at   ■
The heat of muiii will bi furnished.
Mi and Mre   11. A.  Mann
child   '"■■-•      •'   are in the < Itv for
the holiday- and are the .
and Mn J. M. Keliie.
i'   1'    Lindmark, genei i mpetin
t.-ndent of  the   Dominion Bawi
haa *petit  thii   week inapeel ng tin'
Company '"    •■•'
KelaWO.
Tho Bell Ringora have delighted
their audiences en overy city. Don'l
fall in li.'iu' thom mi i i and 2nd ot
January al   tho  Khnpresa Thoatro,
Mrs, ll. Tapping n turned on Weduos
daj last last, from \ ancouver with
her daughter who has been nndui o
lug treatment with an esc apeclallst.
I k     out     lor    the  Bell  Ringer
Concert in tho Empri Theatre on
.i.m. 1st ami iii'l ovi ulngs. Resorvo
your Beats uow. Pl«n at Mcdonald's
drug store,
Mr. Hall lormerlj n pioneer merchant nl Malakwa  ia now   located lu
this teii.y and in S   "'' expected In
thu near future to i c marked as one
ol Hit prosperous husluoss men ol
i in- "Capital ol Canada's Alps".
Tho annual  mooting e.l' the farmers
inst o     wil     i.m   held  iu the city
1 hall  mi     Tuesday     I Ith of  January
■ I'.iin, at 7:30 p,     in.   Notices accord
Ing to law have lieen posted In diftei
; cut locations and  Intending tnomhors
I ave boon notified.
in in,. Bapllsl church on Sunday,
the pastor Rev. Ifi, B. Ohave will
preach on tho lollowiug subjects;
Morning; '"rhe lucroaHO ol the Barlj
Church" Evening: "The Declaration
ol tho Right L'ifo". Sunday schooll
,,ii,l adult Bible Class at 2:80 a cordl
.,i welcome to all.
'I'lie Christinas Entertainment of
the Baptist Sunday School wlll take
i ,f,. on thu uvening ol Friday Dec,
20th, A very pretty contatn entitled
"Santa Olaus Double" te being prepared and will presented by the
scholars ot the Bchool. Remember
the dato and be there to seo two
Santa ( lauses and tlie' trouble one
. mi . into.
CONVENTION FOR
LST0KE
55 '-.yi BS
•■- ft 9 *3
WE WANT YGUfi TRADE
YOU WANT OUR GOODS
A FEW XMAS SPECIALS    New    Nine-,   Vi ee   Dales, New
h'ig ..    l.ilii- .i i '.i i|n -   I'n   ;     i   nit.
RAISINS
.  • i :     V'iiltlH'ias,        inyi Mill,him        Seeilli il    call
l-'rcsh Candied and l>mti L-'rcsh  O        ■ .    IValiiuls  ami
Almonds.
WAGSTAFFE'S rmou>moush
Jams, Jellies,  Minci Meat und 1'luin l'ml
Place yoni order early au
attention .mil pi ptilelivrrj
Phone 41      A.   IIOJ5SON        Box 734
A   unique  musical   outortaiment    ol
,-eiy    high ord c judging  Irom tl i
and   pr will   lie hei I
,ii Empress Theatre on  Jan.  l*t and
liml  when    tho   Imperial   Engii h  Bc I
Ringers will ;hl    iln lr  nudleni ■'
o|    mi .     ..ii I  popular music.
\ mon     . ho   repe rlovu  ot   the ■ ■  oxci
empanj     are    Bueh  iiiecci
Poet,     .hi.i    Peasant,    11
Truvutore.    tnot In r       ur.   ol   tho
enti i tulnmi ul   will he' violin and cello
with  bell accompaniments, pail
JOBg .
BUSINESS LOCALS
Enthusiasm was t]'f predoniinnnl
note at a rousing meotiug nl the t-x
ecutive committoo ol i he Provlnolal
Liberal Assooiatiou ol Drii iih Columbia yestcul iy alterni on. The i riuinal
intention wa- tu 11*■ I■! ii in the Lib ml
h dquarters, on Richards street, but
it w eb lound that thesu wa ru uot Urge
0 otigh, aud it was therelore held in
the spacious parlor ol 'hu Hotel Vim-
oi uver.
Tho   meeting    was   called   by ihe
piseidi al up a nqui Bl ol  twelve lend
ing member and   iis   purpose was to
ddcide when and  where   the   cutting
Literal oonvention  ol   this   province
Shall li ' held, and  In    tnke    ii|i   Oil 11
important matttrs, the consideration!
ul whioh liei.s been   necessitated by tin
rapid progiess ol the   Liboral   aiovo
ment.
PLACE »i    Ml I use.
Willi many expressions ol  upprtol-
ati in ol the results accomplished, ihe
meeting next turned in its priucipall
business, theooralng oonveutiou. 'lhe|
first point to arouse general disoussion
was the question wheihei this should
be held on the Coast or in tin luterii r
Throughout the   diecumdou   ho  oon-
spicuously did every  delegate aim at
the good of Use whole pai :y that lliero
was a complete absence U lhe slighi.-
est tinge o! local jealousy.
li   was argued in favor of Victoria
thai nii ut two-lhirds of the popula-
1 tii a i nl the province were in  its soul ll
wo.-lern corner, within  fifty inilea nl
\'.|l  'eellM'M.      Oil   I III- IllllUr Mile     ll    W.IS
|i .iiiiii iilil I hal in e ii hoi oi i Ii -.■ iwn
I.i i! ell.' H he cull \ mi I inu would bc
II  mote ilielih lit,   » lee...   iii uuy   In
tl'l'iOl'   HeW II  il    'leilllll    lie    a    e    u ||    ,   ,,   ,,|.
nice ii H    . i : , 'run.
I; was  tlle  reeling   il   i he   meeting
thai i le- 11.i.e:  md  fat-minx populai ion
i   in favor ol  tinting   a   . om enl mu  in
I Interior,   ami   lur   I ll.lt    lea-, li   il
w a, >!.-e■ i.",.-.I i.e huve ii i In re, He\ I
stoke was lin ill\ decided upon as lhe
in. .-' com imo. in poiul t"i all concerned,
Tho convention vvill   l»» iu  Muy.nl.
sliough the i s.ii-i dai.. is not yet fixed-
Bargains
Carving Sets
Reg.|l|l8.U0 for $0,715
•'    7..'ell    "    o.od
"  it;   i"2fi
•■   nam   "   4.215
•■   2.7ii   "    1,20
XMAS
GIFTS
THAT ARE USEFUL
Yon; MONEY will have
a bin reach iu Our Hardware
Btore. Only a few dimes or a
few Dollars ill mosl will buy
ii most suitable present, whieh
ilm one wliu gets it will appreciate,
V^T^yVj      '^i
f     ^     f
Pocket Knife
Pearl Handles
:!.','. In $2 llll
Chillis llle. lu 7Ue.
Ui,lies .' .Ii-Sl.."ell
Cellun'J Handle
Knives
Regular •l.UO
Now 88,00
Starting Saturday   Night
December  Hth
We me tilling our OBNT12H
WINDOW      WITH       UAH
GAINS never ottered to the
publio iu this eity before al
this time,
We will put away  any article you choose lill Ninas Kve.
Child's Sets
Knives, Forks and
Spoons
Pearl - - $1.00
Hone - - 26o.
Steel     -     -       line.
Scissors
Quaranti ed—from
2Tie. to 81.00
These are juM   a
few of the many
HA liGAl NS we
are now offering.
ELECTRIC TOASTERS
AND HEATERS
from $4 to $5
We   are   Headquarters   for
Community Silverware
Elecsric Irons
Guaranteed for lo
years, $4.80
Manicuse Sets
from $1.75
to $6.00
Come  in and See
the rest of the
BARGAINS
.-       <*        n g
Hardware Company, Ltd.
HOWSON BLOCK
lievelstoke Inside Property
Real i.M.iU- - selling rapidly. Whj nol ^et in before all the most desirable'residential le'ts .en  lal.ell up?
Last week we made Beveral gootl sah uver-- and it will only be a
short tune before tlienc lots are all closed out,
i.'all at our office and «et full particulars,    All our pro in be sold
on easy terms,
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
Miii  John Palmer ia ill at  lhe boa    He is drew
. i i:.
We
m{|b  .1'    ' e lade     • I
In the 'iie Metbodlsl ehi n h on H
'
; },   p. ne.   '   Th-   -
...    will he  -in.'   by
H.u.an.1 Hn   1 . LUvli    Thi   |>
n-. ted.
The' -.Ih ''
ben 'n.l ■. .   week I will '■<"'■
• h-   i   -r—   0"    •'■   '■"
■
-   -al
...    \   i hn* n.
Than  ■ -   •   •' ' '•*'ll,"<   ''
th»cltlt«nt that Mr. A  Mi Hs»
M ]p
Bull    Hi-      •' itae al 'I   *■ ■''
<-r»ir■<• Sal          « ""   lv
ta«.|f and - end ol  f
wa* O. K.
We l'Kr • '
ids. rccei■■•
i ■shaagt i
altered for  Wedin- I This
offlce i« at pi went »' i ting  loa .li-ad-
vantage -brtng on.- pi
pital
li is with n -u-i thai we ami
that Mrs. li How-.ni i- .iuu.' ill.
hope l"i lur speed) •■ ■  ovei t
There uiil he a meet -
of ilin-ior- oi the N ,M.C \   on Tuesday evei
Mr Webb who
ni ■
llllel ha -   tei.
P    11
All      \ll,e-
will be lielei  ii    bi    '•!
Mondaj
aud children
Mr-.  \\     l:
lum,   ws
K..ni, n
May   I leld,    1-
III'I -cl'
i
i
-
Ill lhe n. .1 I
I.eir; i
I'   M
-
Watch for streamer   al   Manni
s   ..ii   Monday   in riling undgil
I In   higgeal . lit in toys ill   llie  In  Loi ■
of lhe city,
Iti resh meuts served Bfternoon an<'
evening «i Bt. Johu's Bataar, M -
I'm land's new nti re on 11 e 17th.
Manning   will   saci-illce   his  enliie
stock 'ii toys before mot lug to his new
store
i       iful i" xi a ui delicious hon e
I)   on   Bale   al   tit.   I  h   a
Bit/.a.il     I'le-etay,    ITih   lust.,   lu   He
11    el-.en   BlOCk.
i.i   fi i   a   big -ni in pi iei - of
K   lieeval "
to   St.   .lilu. s
. iv. i 71ii.  in   e4ct   just
_.  ur   nn.iher or
Do your Xmus shopplag earlj and
avoid the rush at  the lust moment,
All subscribers not recelvini; the paper regularly ihk' requested to cum -
niunicate with tho editor. Mall-Herald
Uox 914, Revelstoke U.O., in ordor
tbat iheir complaints may he rccti-
ftedl Write your lull nanu' and ail-
dress legibly, ainl your complaint will
i.e nttendod to promptly.
y
=^\
Vancouver Sun.
Xmas Specials
l.a-l special before Nina- Hlue
Serge   Suits.   Bargains   for  mun   .it
S..MI.
Only 1')of these selected from our
sm ami $111.50 lines. All good and
serviceable suits uiul well made.
The'wise - will take advantage
nl lhl-opportunity .i-till- oiler holds
filled until Saturday only. McRae
Mercantile Co.
Clean coal at Coursier's.
Importer of
Irish Linens
Damask, Sheeting, Pillow
Linens,   Fancy Linen
I Is.   .Vc.   \c.
M
sriTAIil.l-    XMAS   PRESENTS
••
New Shipment of Small
Fancy Linens
Mrs. Thompson Porter
l iu Kill STRRRT BAST
v^  '
GANONG'5
G. B.
Chocolates
"The Finest in the Land'
Sold by all Dealers
Who Know Good Goods
Xmas Fancy Boxes
Now On Sale
I
1
■
■ ei Mi i. Dr. H » *ble
Mi
thai Mi
the hi   i ■
band v B
are  ,.,], dl
A     I.  (.'( linoll
pp  i • ■
\1'   e       |
1'  it.  watch  ii   .
ll
BEWS* Drug St< >hi;
Children's Painting Books   16c, 25c., 40c.
Boys' and Girls' Alger and Elsie Books .
Many lines of New Fiction tor Adults-
Ebony and Parisian   Ivory  (inula  to fill  every
want.
Fancy Boxed Stationory. 26c. to &2.00
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
XM EARLY HERE
TRUNKS! iRUNKS! TRUNKS!
HA IS
WINTER st i IS AND l/NDI IR
i>. I ItSHtlt-.S  ANJi  Kill I W|
A I rEN I Hiv
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clolhing Sic ton  Hals Foot-Rile aiioc.
REVELSTOKE
THE CAPITAL Of CANADA'S ALPS
is the most talked of City in thc Interior of British Columbia
lust now. Outsiders from all directions are getting wise to the
movement on here and we have had enquiries not only lor good
realty buys, but also for vacant stores to rent, which shows
that some people are awake to the fact that there are big things
in store for Revelstoke this coming year, Values are steadily"
increasing and several of our listings have been advanced dur
ing the last few days.
Now Is the Time to Buy
■\  ll'.W SPECIALS FROM OUR LIST
KKi Feet on Seventh Street, well located  $1500
100 Feet on Eighth Street, a snap at            1300
Four Lot', on Seventh Street, under market value, each      350
Modern House for sale on Second St                 1800
Modern House foi  .air on Third Street 2200
Modern Houst   Lot 50 x 100, Fifth Street   .     2550
Wc I ral exi  llenl lots for sale on  First Street,
fi it frontage,  from $.;.su   to S.s.so.    These
I for i ii"ti time only.
1
J. B. Watson Realty Company
I    G FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
Local Agency. American Casualty Co.
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