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Array a
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Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation anrl
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price   $C0 '
Interior Publtsning Co., Agts.j
u Revelstoke. the Capital of Canada's Alps"
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Visiting CWsVi
A SPECIALT^*,
Interior PtiDlishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
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Vol. 18 -No 82
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REVELSTOKE B. C. NOV. 30, 1912
$2.EO Per Year
Table i
iv \.v::..;..fe^p>M54^   tSwt
>? goorf rtme to make a selection
Chrismas will soon be here
Wc will lay tham aside for you
TABLE KNIVES .mei PORKS
White nr Plated Goods
From SJ.l"1 a Do/.
Carving Sets in Cases
Price $4.00
TABLE DBSSER i' 'PICA and
COFEEE SPOONS
See our Tea Spoon Special
75 iis. Doz.
Pocket Knives Never   Such   Values
10   Ctl       l"     S-'ee'lO
SCISSORS
We are making a special on this line
Scissiors 1.50 1.25 and 1.00 for 75 ets.
Every pair guaranteed
RAILWAY CHART
WILL
WetaskiwinReveLstoke Railway Application Wiil Be
Successful-Proceedings Before  House
Demonstrate Real Supporters of Project.
^UMBIW^ttE^(NCVTir©NlTTM INC
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
QoQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
$ Imperial Bank of Canada
(^ Hoad OlFloc— Toronto, Ontario.
9 Capital Subscribed -          6,000,000.00
X Capital Paid Up -      ■       6,460,00^.00
a Reserve        -      - •                 6,460,000.00
<S Total Assets,       - -             $72,000,000.00
Branch** or Api'tite at. all principal points in,.Oan;vda.
Aeents in Great Britain and United StatoB-Loodon, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. ChiciiKn-Kirat Natioual Bank, Corn Kx-
chaiiBe National Bank. 8eaf!e-9e*ltle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokr.uw—Kxclmngs-
National Bank.
current
Savings Bank Department
Deposit* of 91 and upward, received, and interest allowod *t
rent rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh-A.B.MoCleneghan. Mgr.
o ooooooooooooooooooooooooO
JOCKEY SHOES
A Line in  Misses and Children's
Sizes, just received
The Dominion House ol Commons, i
uiiuHi! sittings are now commencing
ui. Ottawa, hove already Issued thru
the- King's Printer, a synopsis ul the
various applications lur charters
which Wlll he considered hy tho pros-.
miii session. Among these tigures the
formal notice ol application hy
Messrs. Loggle and Manley, ni Wetaskiwin, Alberta, on behalf ot certain
unnamed promotora, for tbc charter
uiul usual Dominion government as-
slBtances towards the building ol a
railway line from Lloydiuinster via
Wetaskiwin, Saskatchewan, lira/ecuu,
Yellowhead  to  Hevelstoke,  B.C.
In due course the application will
come before tbe bouse, and prcsum -
ably the' promotois being able to satisfy the representatives us to their
honulidcs und financial standing, the
project will be heartily endorsed, at
ouce emerging from tha preliminary
into the period when uctual preparations for work on the construction ol
the road will be in order.
Through the columns of this paper,
and our service to the outBi.lc press,
the new railwuy scheme bus already
been given the utmost support and
publicity at our command to ofler;
all the uvuiluble facts to date are in
possession of tbe people of Uevelstoke
uud district. But so far as is known,
nothing bus ever been done, by any
organization bere, to help this scheme
forward, In spite of the fact tbat six
weeks huve elapsed since the tirst au-
nouncoment regarding the new ruil -
way wus made through the Mail -
Herald, neither thc Progress Club or
tbe Board of Trade have taken any
steps to investigate the matter: even
the elementary process of commuui -
eating to R.F. Clreeu, M.I'., who represents us at Ottawa, with a viesv to
enlisting his active support for the
promotors of the roud in their application to parliament for their charter
has never been attended to by the so
called progressives of Revelstoke.
It is now a month since wc suggested in these columns, the obvious necessity of our citizens organizations
getting into touch with the promotors of the scheme     which    should be
easily  accomplished   by   writing
lhi'
but
Vernon Poultry Show
The largest shipment of show poultry whicli has ever been sent out
from Revelstoko to any poultry show
will leave here on Monday night for
Vernou. Tbe exhibitors are us follows:—Messrs ,J.  BhaW,  11.  Seigblrei'l
W. ii. Horrobln, ti'. Fleetham, R. M,
■Smythe K. P. Creech and l'\ Wl Lining
There wni lue about seventy live birds
Bent in by these gi ntlemon und uh tho
competition es brisk at Vornon In
tho Plymouth Hock, Rhode Island Rod
und Bull Orpington classes the Revol-
stofce exhibitors wlll do well to appear in  the list  nt prize winners.
MRS. A. G. CRICK. ■ First Street
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL. BLEND  TEA"
will refresh sou with its bright, spicy
flavor ami liagiaticy. Kohl ill 1 lb.
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. HELL
r O Dox 200     GROCER & BAKER     Phone No. 23
Look Here!   Look Here!
SPECIAL SALE OF
EDISON WAX RECORDS
AMERHOL WAX RECORDS
Usual Price, 65c.     Sale Price, 45c.
WHILE THEY LAST
(We have Mr. Bdlion'i Permission).
Come Early to Avoid tho Rush
TERMS  (STRICTLY  CASH
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, make youi headquarter! bere.   Quick service.   Perlect Cleanliness
nml KiMsi.iial.il- I'm es.    Give Ua a Trial.    "VV« Never Sleep."
applying solicitors at Wetasldwli
nothing inm even boen attempted   In
tin' direct  suggested,
For yeurs vve have been hollering in
Hub district, lm just such n transportation line im the promotors ol
this railwuy are apparently desirous
ot giving. A short time uru, a number ol Influential ffcntlcmcu visited
Victoria on a special mission, asking
tor exactly what vve should receive if
tbc Wetaskiwin to Kevelstoke ruilwuy
became an actuality. On that occasion, the deputation were spurred on
by news conveyed to them through
the editor ot this paper and ns the
result ot enquiries which went to
show thnt the Big Bend Railway vvas
not included in, the government railway policy. On thut occasion they
were too late, tha Big Bend Railway
might he under actual construction
now, if the so-called enterprising citizens of Revelstoke ha.l got busy ll
months before, instead of waiting to
ba lashed into aggressiveness by u
comparatively new comer in this
city.
Apparently the same mistake is to
be repeated. The promotois of the
Wetaskiwin Revelstoke Railway Company, arc ent Ued to all the support
which we us citizens ot the town to
be chietly benefitted, could give them
in the prosecution of their enterprise
It is useless for any newspaper, to
draw attention to outstanding facts,
vital to thc welfare of the city, it
those bodies especially organized to
assist new projects, lie buck and refuse to muke a move on their own
behalf.
"WHY DON'T THH BOARD OF
TRADH AND PROGRESS OLUB GET
BUSY ON THIS NEW RAILWAY j
QUESTION AT ONt K, NO OTHER
PLACE ON THE CONTINENT
WOULD LIK nACK \>T DO NOTHING TO HELP OPEN THE GATES
TO TRANSPORTATION OOMPAN -
IES IF THEY WERE KNOCKING
AT THEIR DOOR AS THE PROMOTORS OF THE WETASKIWIN-REV-
El,STOKE CUMI'ANY ARE KNOCtll-
ING TODAY AT THE DOORS OP
REVELSTOKE."
flection of Officers
At the annual meeting of Cump
Mount,,iu View No. 829, W.O.W., held
November i/tth, the following oilicers
for the i nsulng year were elected:
P.O.t .-A.   J.   Woodland.
('. 0.—Jas. MclirAyre.
0.—   A. I..—A.  Wilson.
B.—John Anderson.
0, II.  W, Edwards,
Esc—W. J. Scott.
W.—A.  Blackberg,
S.—Hector Mclntyre.
Managers—T. Simmonds, W.A. McDonnell, H, i'. Oameron.
Delegate—A. J.  Woodland.
Alt. Delegate—W. u. Armstrong.
To Relieve Holiday Strain
fj.  „   .       .  £,
CHRISTMAS_DISPLAY_
Our Christmas clisplaj includes a Pamous '/.nm -■
vllle Ari Pottery, Jardinieres, Pedestals, Plower Pots, Bi n
Pots, Hanging Baskets, Pudding and Custard Dishes, Fire Clay
Casserolls with or without stands, SEC OUR CORNER
WINDOW.
CUT   GLASS AND   SILVER DEPOSIT WARE
The verj newest and finest patterns in Cut Class now on show
Water Jm:'-, Decanters, Berry He.ui-, N.i;,;■-..■•, Sugars and
Creams, Vases, all sises, Tumblers, and a large collection of
small fancy pieces.
Our Utopian .Silver Depositwari        e Comui irk of quality
at prices which make them go,   See i ij of these goods,
GROCERIES
Our Grocery Department Is complete in all  tbe   Xm.i> l
Layer   Raisins,   Grapes,   Figs,   Japanese  Oranges,   Christie's
Xmas Cake, Plum Pudding and Choice l'ancv Biscuits, Nuti of
all kinds, Choice Apples and \ egi I ihlei In abundance.
HARDWARE
Carving Seta and Choice Silverware. Pi
Razors and Sha\ Inm Supplieft, Sporting l -
McUtai y'a Rntigefl and H< utera him arrive*
inl   } nivea   5 il. ■ \
'-is, ,i now suppl) of
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St. Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
fa.
n peels
Plumbing
attention Paid
Heating
Mail Orderj
Tinsmithing
'i elephone .n.i.
n
better service,  a larger choice un.l
more personal satisfaction.
These are tbe benefits to be derived
from doing one's Ohrlstmas shopping
early nnd o these thc lasl is thc
greatest. Por no right-thinking mun
or woman would like to feel personal
ly responsible In any degree for the
terrible strain on human nerves iu-
llicted on those who have to bear the
brunt of the mud, eleventh-hour tush
of Christmas buying. See thoughtful
person would purchase l,ir own Christ
mu-e enjoyment at thc expense of add
ing to the sufferings of the e or-drtv-
en servants of thc public, who stand
long hours behind counters, smilihg
always though arms ache .d leet
swell und invisible hummers bent on
the brain
Why   not  make  a   beginning    right
away nnd  get. tbe  best ser Ice,      tho
best selection and thi  uiniont satis
faction by doing your Christmas .'-.ov
ping early?
HOT BREAKFAST FOODS
Io Build Battle Fleet
Bombay, Nov. 21.— Three super-
IJie-.i,lm nights und nine ffrst-class arm
ui'iet cruisers will shortly be present-
to the Uritish government by the in-
dependuit rulers and nobles of India
If they can carry out successfully u
plan recently drawu up by the.'in to
collect funds fur the program themselves.
Ambulance Association fcxams
A. G. TIIIAKISON,      -      Manager
Presentation
The news that Mr. And) Hillier, lor
some ten years past connected with
the mechanical department of this
paper, and  for  the  past  three    years
of that tune' engaged as ttonoline op-
erator,   is  leaving  for   the  coast      (jii
Monday next, will be receive.1 with
regret by out readers, auel b,s many
persoual Iriend .
Mr, Hilllei maj |i\stlj claim to be
one of the youngest "uid-timers" iu
Kevelstoke, bovine lived bete since
bis leaving tbe city ol lidmouton six
teen yeurs ago. As a member ol the
City iijuel, und an enthusiastic junior und senior lucroese player, he
bus ailed a prominent place iu mu.-i-
cal uud iportlng circles, whilst bis
social activities included membership
in thc K. of P. lodge uud tbe tilling
tor some years of the position of
secretary ol the 'Appy 'Ome,
Ou Thursday i vonlng be was the recipient oi a handsome    presentation
from his lello" members ul the Hevelstoke Cits Duud uud tbc 'Appy
'Ume, which took the form of u. &old
watch und chain, suitubly inscribed.
Mr. Charles Bkene mude tbe presentation, on behalf of the boys, uccom-
pnaying same with un expression ot
the esteem in which he was held by
bis numerous friends in Itevelstoke;
au.l wishiug bun every succcbb in his
new home ut Nanuimu, where be bus
accepted a position us Monoliuc operator with thc Daily Herald Newspaper Company of that city.
After tins pleasing ceremony a
banquet was partaken ot, Mi. Robt.
Qordos acted us toastmaster, a moat
enjoyable evening being spent.
Don't le.rget tbc high school com -
mencemeiit exercises, December i.tb.
Beauty chi'i'iines, gymuatics, oratory,
nnd dotation. Also thc trial scene
from Bbakespear's Merchant of Venice. Social music, scenery and costumes lor thc occasion. Come your-
sell umi bring your friends
METHODIST OHUROH.
Rev. R. J. .Mclntyre, pustor. Ser
vices on Sunday at 11 a.m. nnd 7:30
p.m.; Sunday school and Young People's Dible clusses at ->:30 p.m.; Wed-
ncsduy at 8 p.m., Epworth Leugue
meeting; Friday evening, Junior and
Senior choir practice. A cordial welcome awaits the public at all these
services.
PRESBVTKRIAN  OHUROH
Rev.    J.    .V.    Stevenson,    minister
Regular services on     Sunday  at    11
a.m.  and  '-.'in  p.m.;   Sun.lay    school
and  adull  Bible  classes  at   1:30 p.m.
and rellects great credit  Ml(1.weck  ,   ,yor  m(vllI1B  ,„,  VeAoct.
dny at 8 p.L..   Hearty cougregatlon-
al singing and special inns.c by the
choir. Strangers rnd visitors nre invited to the -erv.ces
ST. PETER'S    'lirilCll.
Holy Communion every Sunday
morning at ,s a.c and alter morning player on he I I I .nday lu
eaeh  .Month.
Rev. 0. A. Procunler, rector. Matins ut ll a.m. and Evensong at i'ln
The results of the examination   for
Voucher ot    the     C.P.R.  Ambulance
Class i.i branch ief     the tst.   John's
j Ambulance    Assoclatlonj     under the
e Surgeon    Examiner,   Dr.     Hannltou,
I have been made known.   Tae Ambul-
. unce Instructor, Mr. P. B. Ashbridge,
announces that every  member of    lbe
viuss pussed, uud adtls that the lurge
pemntuge' ol marks eurued is     very
exceptional
upon tbem. A year has passed since
tbe class touk their certificates, and
during the year tbe requisite five lectures bave been given by tbe Surgeon
Lecturer, Dr, Butherland. These lectures showed the study of First Aid
to the Injured to be about the must
Interesting and useful that nny hum
'.rn • n. age In, and lucreasi I attenl
mn will be given to tbe fascinations
of lirst  uul  in view   ..f the interest be
iug ar
Oanad
Cream of Wheat, per packet
Farina, G lb, sac<
Carnation, including valuable prize
Maple P.asteni for hot cakes, per qt. Jar
Orders delivered to all pans of the City
25c
35c
45c
65c
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail
Putin
Your
Stock ef
Brookfield
Butter
iXi iTi tti iTi iT. iTi iTi iTi ili & *Tt '***'
IJ,! <J,I TTT Til T^l  l^l 1^1 1J1 Ml !■£! f JI TTT
§jSBrookfieldif
\;-'i t^.J   Extrn Creamery     ATf
.WWButtert
\!#L'.<:   -
N.w*~— ——
TJT*^? tjfTtT tJt *1' tf TT*' ej'Tt *T"t tftrtf
Before
the
Price
Raises
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail
niseil  m tlie  United  .-states nud
i iu the Get  the Safety Habit
Movement.   In   uli     eleven members P.O., every Sunday.     Litany ou the
Eiiincsl  the     Voucher degree at tbtc Second  8uuduy,  and  the   ante-Oom-
> Minimalleen.      Tbe      comprehensive muuion on the Third Sunday   alter
manual lesued by tii" si   John's Am- *'"tins.   Bundaj school ever)-     sun-
bulanci   Association lot use by     ub lluy ,lt -:l" P.m.   Choir piuctice   od
branches throughout the world, may Wdajn at i> p.m
be obtuin.'d at tbe slight coat ol 'IDc.
til handy pocket liM, mvuluuble ln-
tormatloo ih contained in it, nud it
cuu be hud (rom the Local Secretary
of  the  O.P.R,  Ambulance class,    Mr.
John Nicholson, Sngineere, Bremen,
conductor*, trainmen, yardmen aud
olbcru will be givon information uh
to tbe anin aud utilities ot Fllbt Aid
on communication with the local secretary.
Wins Decision Easily
Los Angles, Nov. IH—"Joe" Man-
dot, thc prido of thc south, wcut
down to defeat today belore the tig-
iri b oiiHlaught ot "Joe" Kivers, of
Los Angelea, over whom be had won
un easy decision   less     than     three
mouths  ai-ei.
It  eras a clean cut  victory for the
0ATHOI 10 OHUROH.
Ht. Francli r Aasisil Catholic
chinch, coruei Ol Filth direct and
McKsnzio avsuto.
Hervices—On Hiindnje,   except
tho fourth of I montb. Low mass
with i leniiiiini i n nt iho Kan'if,ii at
It a.m. High Miihs at 10:30 a. ni.,
DbrlHtian Doctrine lor children at
2:30 p.m. Hi* iry with Bondictlon of
The blessed 8iu " iraent 7:30 p.m.
On week dnys--Holy Mm., every
iiinmin,: at 7:30 ConfeSeiloiiH are
beard evory even : alter 7:30 and
In the mnrulni'H lx I ire  .Mum
j. U. ktcKonalt, i'. r.
11APTI8T OHOROH.
One block wcut ot ,McKenz.lc avenue
on Second street. Kev. 13. .1. ('have,
B.   A.,   put'l in.    Miindny  services      at
►0<M>0<KKKK>00<W<KKKKH><KK>0<?
Warm and Serviceable
WINTER OVERCOATS
In thc Most Popular Styles and Fabrics
Just Received for Men and Boys
i nis season we offer a line of
Overcoats so attractive in
fabrics and colorings, so food
in quality and in such a complete ranjre of the newest desirable styles that we do not
hesitate to state that its equal
oannot be found in the city.
McRae Mercantile Co.
► ooo ooooooooo o-ooo-ooo-o-oo-o-oH
Mexican who showed n remurkablc re-  11a.m.  and 7:30 p.m.;  Sunday  school
versal of form, exhibiting more speed and adult HllJe clauses at l :ui p.m
ami  clevernci-H than  herctotore in bis' Monday     nt   8 p.m,  Young POOplt'
career,  it eras nearly   laik ,md   tho Meeting; Wednesday nt 8 p.m., rhurrh
electric  lights nvcr the  riiiR had been'i'rayer Meeting.   A  cordial invltntlnn
lighted   when   RafOTM   Bytofl  hoisted  extended   to all
Riveri  bnnd  in  token ot victory     at  made  welcome.
the close of the twentieth round, but
it wan ■ needleu lormallty. Only one
decision was possible.
:
Anything from Diamonds to Patent Medicine
Bigger Assortment Than Ever
services.   Strangers
A few ol thc lieet toys only kept at',
Macdonald's drug store, ,
CT. GrTJIT BAEBEE
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR
I g \Ti'i:h\\. N.e\ hmhi
THE 3Vt A.T.T-.-TX W,Tl &.LD,   JR, 6 "VB3LSTOIK:"H]
SATURDAY, Nn\ EMI1KH JI, 1113
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FOE. BALI
K use an I 75 1   ■   .'. n tnp   i n Mac!    zie Avenue
! !00 dowi . balance to be arranged
House and 'i'i    i"e 'i.e. in hi Fn irth Stret t,
•  0 down, balance to be arrangi d
: I ckenzie Ave, in all (i(! feet
mtage facing on Connaughl Avenue.
The Revelstoke Genera! Agencies, hd.
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tacl mo       t Ind   uatil nud phys
ically   mc |tial tm n,
In th   "i lull ii ol tin' editor ol this
pa| cr,  Hi"  modern  i rj   toi   eiiuulity,
he tl 'M.i l.uu women   to pai
t lct| ate In m . masculine acl is it les,
are m.im; . ot abnormality and
.;.■:: lent ..   Th   u . .enn' el .i'ii" :ate   ol
v .mh'    i.ii;    ,i.    i. i -ii called "fern
inlsts" but In 11 nitty thoy nro uot
[eniinisl i, thei ol  ac   i
arguments,  an I  t he In ivltnbl i  i   ult
.  i he thor n gh     adoption ot     their
th oriei, stamp them as abnormuUt
les.   Their  war    l   . le vs ol  tho     re
ative relatb   . • ..     ml posit
i. n and women, nr.' -mm: mi. n
of the delicti ncias ol their own     na-
imi-mm,   toi   on   Hm...'   very   differences,
th-3Ei    o called ten   tlsi
I ho conl in lance ol hut iai
.        Ill   '.I.
nti        absolul    (     i     I
■     .        organization
icietj    ... -i  m... ii i'm.Me'.i y       he
■ .   ■ . thc llnest trail
■ chiiracti r Ino   l i ilj   .   i]
om 'i cannol  conl ■■ to
i h prlvllegi a ot their own sex. whll-
-t greedily and miBtakenly gra ping
[or   tha     cares and    rcspo
■   I  by  men, and  In th ■ opln
.■■ii ..:  th    m.i te.i   ol this paper,    the
al result ol the grunl ing ...    tb ■
a    i      called  tor  b    advocates ol
■ ua.ity,  would  I..'  the  .1. gra la -
o    ". womi i.   and t bi   . i imate   ex
tinction  ol  the  white  race in    favor
■    may  be U     civil   ad
but more competent people, whose vir
lity  would continue to     lie lounded
upon thc   prini Iples ol
sex differences.
MAKAKWA
miitii
Mr. J.H. J len ••'■
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Inti ■ at..t ive 'ii
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FOR 8000 ROADS
\ ictoi In,  ll.C.,  Nov. -     \  acrlOB ol ■
lui'nie      moniorlfilB  has  been
I ,   ..iii, i  I,, lIon, Thotiius Taylor by
., ,i,.,m tntloii ;i "in tho \ Ictoria Auto
ia   Ic   ''.  uc   the majorll v  bo
ing iv ii li refet'i in o to islan I road .
while t ivo wore Bimply laudatory, ap-
pro\ ltii i ii>' app dui mont ot Col. Et.
11. 'i'liu.im i n as engineer In charge ol
st i.iiiii,.iim rm :. development and I ho
policy of iIim public works dopart ■,
menl nii ilm I advertising Blgim on
public lilgliwiij
"We wish ie' tnko ilus opportunity" i
s.iiel th ■ i e i.iiloii  iii anothor com
iiiiiiiii';,i u nted, "iei express our
approclnl ti u ol tho work that i • l"'
ing done on iin- mainli nd in Conner
ium wub linking up Iho north nn.l
Bouth i 'in I He Iii livs ij roiito and the
... ..1 to un ' a lutnllun highway route
Al I'l'iM. iii mil' Intel m-i is pari icular-1
!\  i en'.red in i ho l tope Mountain boo i
i  i i ho Canadian highway, and In
thai   portion  ol   tho  Pacific  highway
l ol we'll  i lm  Intel ini lonal     boundary
nn.I  iln'  Prasor  river bridge,       This
>"i i mn "i  i ho Pacillc highway is the
mn.n road i ntrancc  Into British Oolumbia, and in n bi nso is the "front
loor" ..I  Urll li h Columbia. Krom an
.,.1 von is. ii :  standpoint  alone,  vve  believe it  would be proQtablo to all   ol
n thl     "    .ne ■ if tliis stretch ol
ron l was consl ructod with a     heavy
e mcrete   i n e  Biirfnced   with  vitrified
:    i'   tee      «l-do, Wo realise what
this would cost, mid wish to go upon record ai    U| | oi ting it. Wo tlimk
.t   may  havo  bi  n     reported  tee  yuu
:      we m   .: oi i  similar expenditures
ii twe 'ii  Burrnrd  Inlei   and  the Fraa-
im.er I i   '      Ruch Is nol tho case,
■ ii.I we b .v.   .-; ladily refused to sup-
(ii t prov .mm .il . xpondituroa een    this
... a,   which   virtually   passes  thru
one ri ntlnuous ell y.   We ti usl i be ei
t mates  will   i.r.,'. Id i  In oral  amount -
i   the   Hoi '   Mo intaln  and  Fraaer
or  to  In .'in i Ion il   boundnry  sec
. as tor i';'     present   llioso ap ■
 -  as lie n - tho mo3l  linport-
octioi     ol    I''  v., ...      nuiinl nnl
. .1 .t ■.- under con ti action."
il. n.   Mr,  Taylor i gn e-.l with much
thai ins visitors bad to   Bay on this
text, He bad already, be snid, spoken
1th Mr.  R.F. Green,  M.  P., several
■ on the nm' bers in I ion, and
:. ma   Inti nding t.e wr to   to   Mr.
and  i'i ih ol  tbe oth r Brit -
Columbin     members  much along
•h ■ bn - ol   i Ilis  me ioi ai dura.  When
mattei In prosi nted     .-it
■ n.i be   elt conl     lit I ial  the Brit
■ ■  would  be a nn.l .ii pr issing lh    i'ii    - ol lintisb Co-
, , 11 rongl,     upon tho   minister
.m.I i ment ol the Dominion
md   i     imparal ive    n. w,
i imn e in road pi   iei
n   .n     British     Columl la    was
' .''ii  'ei the atti ntion ol the min-
.   iu  .i   :,. mi rand ch    read
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hnn     every   slier   IB   III   Ills   im v.   nn lol
takini .
Mi. Cumin n.', . i nl Mr. W. Stowai i
woi.' visiiui-s Ii. Ri vel  i "I-1' laBt vveeli.
Mr. Boll ui and funilly h ivo inov
od min thoir tew residence at Craig;
iillochio..
Mr, M, l.ii.'ineii is building a Bub-
: bantial nd lltlon to his already large
IniiisM, lie has nisei nr iailed p water
system to liis houso and Btables.
RsvisiGii of tfaters1 List
Tho revision ol il"1 Dominion und
Provincial votoi'B1 UstB will Bhortly
be mada and il behooves all those
who have not regit '',| od to do bo at
mire. Appllcivl nm ''in be Innl from
the Postmaster and 3.V., or Notary
public or ('uiiin.i. Bloiier for taking
iillldavitH, rn- from the ecrotarlcB of
tho Conservative :,n-l Ulboral asso-
eiat ions.
MH'
UH
W.HCH   OUR
WINDOWS
C. S. McFARLAND
Howson Block,   MacKenzie <■_/' enue
WATCH  OUR
WINDOWS
CLEAKINOi   OUR  COLLAR STOCK   AT 5Qc. A DOZ, Having changed our line of
Men's Collars, e are clearing all odd and broken lines, Double, Band, Wing and Lay
.Down styles. Sizes l! Lo 1.7.', but not in all sh ipes. Thin represents a bit? saving to lho
men, as the regular price is W.50 a dozen.   SPECIAL POR WEDNESDAY, 50c. a Doz.
Hair Health
Wo could imt niieei'i to s.i Btrougly
endorse Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and
continue to sell II as wo do, if II did
imi do all wo claim II vv 111. Should
our enthusiasm carry us away, and
Rexall 113" I inn Tonic not rive entire nt.is!'iietii.ii t.e tho users, they
would lose fail ii 111  ns an.I  Ollt' Slate
nu nis,  ami  ii. i Boqueiice our busi
ness prestlgo would Buffer.
We nssiiiv yuu I liai l't your hnir i
heglnn a- to unnaturally fall out lior
II you bin o any i - -In 11 oul le, ReXall
"83" Hair Tonic Is without question
tho host I'.'in. .1 '•'.' ; now uf to ortvdl
eato iliuiilruil, tlmulato bair growth
au.l  prevent  premature  baldness.
Our faith in I! ivall ""::" Hair Ton
Ic Is so ■■ i n ii ■ i. '.sm a Ai you to
try it mi mir posil ive gnarnnb e thai
your money wlll h i cheerfully rotund-
■ ■I if it .lu is nol tl ' .i i we claim, Two
t. zes, 50c. an 1 $1.1 I. Sold only at our
store—'Ihe Rexall store,  Walters bows
i in ■•  im   the    ts'   in ei.   lllo co     . u
tea . ver travelllu    ; hrough Revolstoke
I ...ir in the Empress theatre on
.In .1 received, an w line
oi' Men's Ceylon t'lahnel
Shirts. Soi't, double cuffs,
collars detachable and to
match. Very neat dressy
patterns. Price ¥2.50 each
Men's Winter Weight
Underwear in elastic ribbed and plain knit, all
unshrinkable. Si/.cs ill to
42.     Per garment *2.25.
Our   Stuck   of   Heavy
Flannel   Shirts   is   very
complete,    dreys, Blues,
ami Khaki,    Collars attached.    Prices $1.26 to
$2.25 each.
Men's Heavy Ribbed
Heather Sox, with a card
of mending wool. Exceptional value ai Three Pair
for fll.OO.
Men's Double Sweater
Coals. Military Collar.—
'this is an extra heavj
coat. Colors, fawn with
maroon and grey wiih
maroon,         Price $3.75.
Men's Kino Quality ji 11-
Wool   Gloves   in   Greys,
Heathers and   Blacks.—
Prices, '''0e. to $t.f>0 pair.
WATCH   OUR
WINUvJWS
C. S. McFARLAND
WATCH   OUR
WINDOWS
WANTED
Mond
pany
atrea
Sec
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ay and Tue  lay  next,   This ruin
:; : laj Ing to all the the
in thi   interloi  and tho   public
., treat In Btoro tor them   next
.i    n..w  at  M&cdon
i ,     5Cc,
II   .
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log, Lun  tearing   . gbtisg .
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■. ■   i'.irt   •, ut.seioi
. lol n •.      i an
cost [ ai leeat rapid-
..I  chiv.ilrvi
'o  iTotc^
Ulfturtwn, ayaloft tbs. touatcr    ^t
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the
Mi   r  i.. i.' i
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.vLi'-i; leads is that I
lumbered      an
1        ll t,   wild  COO ■
■  lo thi   ,
hail, . rapldlj Ini rearing eon
i,.en already tai the capacity ot
tbc building, ai i I "ly that   a
siiitiiiile church edi floe s 111    Irt    built
nent  Bprini-.   lol    •'•Inch   Hie'   town Ite
.iwners have promised to doOal      11 I
aide lots lor tftc.
CiilUGttiJSillE HATE*
Ml    .1
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...i.i     is
,  pi
al  '.I  In    I ■ I  family Irum
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n    a    day oi I   |>i  pei
-., ui int wttlei   In
Mr. A. A, (.'ni    and lai
rlded  t"  l' iii i ,• iI.im ii..- ,,n,i   in
■ n, ..;.     i i   'i is .it.   Uolden,
li, i'. Mi i ■ ■ iff. mode many li i
' i i n thi .'aiirj eviiu .sill be lorry
tu     htm    ut hiu departure,   wo vvlgh
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on   . ■      (Iti
ip     u
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mim to ii i minutes
• ■
Dl lure.
cloth,     ■ ■' hi '
■  i   i     ,.
,.:,,' i, First street al I H) p m n
ll io Hi every woman's whilo to at-
tittdi
Wil.l.  yoi    WURK   POn   ME   .Mi.i'
ini;     peoplo     ii.y   llti i it ire al o it
I'm i.   aii Mini,   lho  i rent   now    neu
port nt B.O. now bring tlevclopo' by
railroads and  otln r   m il   Interests.
Spi mdlil     seller,   Libi ral  commls
slons, prompt BOttlomonts, good nia
I rial iei viiirl;  v.iiii.   8, .1. Wilson,
ll.i Hastings streot, west, Vancouver, li. C.
Vi AN i'l'lii s.i.imi Ion as iiuii.- imccper,
ui g, ii.'ml ii.,M-... woi I . by young
, m, l'li woman, oxcolli nt cook. A|>
ply  Uos  131, t Ity.
WANTEl) li\ n lualifled young white
woman, li hi housework or nursing
Write Miss Spice, Revel toke, B.O,
\'.Y!'.:i   .'i n Ij   in. hi ii rs lor milk,
. in n. Hos M. Salmon  Vrm.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Drafts mi thr principal cities in Hi<< lollowing countries Issued without
delay:
Africa
Culm
A r ..l.i.i
1 ..          k
Argentine
Repi
ibllo
1 in l'i
Al'llee'Illll
l-'llllllllll
Aim t|
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ry
Fra, ..'
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( ,l'l IT   .111 V
II,.,  Ml
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Hi,Ik,erl«
11     Hlll'.ll
Ci       ;,
1                  id
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Inillu
China
holy
Crete
J.l|eilll
MinTiltiiila
Malt '
Manchuria
Moxlco
Nvev Zealand
N.1I.S ii y
1 n .mi
Persia
I ...i
I'liilen.ine Islundi
Pol iii.I
1'.   I'M,     ll
I e..inlil
Rusila
S.-i vili
Slum
Siberia
South Africa
Ml ..Ml
6tralti Bettlemtnta
Sweden
Kwltrerlaiiil
Syria
T„rl,,.v 8.7
United smtpa
Wrhl lleilit!., clc.
These drafts ran be drown In sterling, franca, marks, lirr, kronen, yen,
tnels, roubles, etc., accordinjii to the money s>I thr country iii which they
mr payable.  '1 liis enables lhe payer lo obtain lbe exact iiiiiount intended.
F.rt.T.LSTOKF. DHANCW    F..M.  OIBOOH, Mnisar.cr.
NAtll.-SI>  OUAPJl-H    H.  L.  roTHWELL,    KlnnllBCr
Cil
I       0 i I !> tJ •*
.ATION
Of Laatllng Montreal Dnily
i..     rsesGIN l-:LLS
yy
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r ■ >ug ; cart rl
e !■    llll);        ll.elll
Kill 'I le   lit
i ... ii 1,1.V
i . • i.n.l . it's
nil j;. in'. Tli.it bus
. ' licexl. in lice
ol Mr. biigene
' ■ ii ni I, Chief City
i in i.Lm,en Agent
of La I'atrie, ol
Montreal, lie
~«. describes it
ll^iiWf^f^iV fvelinrly :
Pf<A .M...ure.,l,
' r May .'siel, iqij
"I have been suffering Irom Kidney
Ti      le leer  over  five long  years,   1
i , ni in .ill my bonea
and hum  i i nights and
len   Mime   ee.-  sions eeiultl  ll.Hilly sv   Ik,
1 Ii id Ii -i-n tn iii.l by Bome ol uur l.e.t
.us hut without I-. in t .en.I I lost
e ' nn. day I  met
one of our lending botelkeepcrs, who
. ■     in..ns GIN
i     . cd mc to try Ihem.
.s.e [ boi my iluiri'i t's
• mi- I had i I lelt s
brj  ili..:i   ■.     before   I   finished  the
tp] tcly cured.
I mi ' i ■• ure yoii 1 i an harilly believe
il lur ii I had only known what I know
r.-et have ' pent over i Ine
Hun [red i1 liai ■ foi i.uiiiiii^ when two
•t ol GIN I'lI.I.S cured inc."
El'GRNB QUESNBT..
i'.IN I'll.I.1- arc galnini   a world wide
reputation, !■> ihe way tliey ronqtici tlle
most obstinate cases  of   Rheumatism
ami .ill kinds ol Kidney Trouble,
.Soc. a box. 6 fur f:..iii.    Sample free
if youwriti S itionalDrugond Cbeuiical
. in.n!i. Limited, Toronto.     14a
NOTICE
1 ...    1 to .,,i"! 1 pi ices un
.I Timothy,
' ire, n Oat liny.  F.O.B.,
ne,  Altu.
1;   v   Webster,
inii ine,   Min. IP.
vi.,' OF 1 llOWN TIMBBR,
1. Ivod  i.y
not  Intel  than
M ue h.    I'll I,
• OS.     XI,
mated   al  I,
•    and -il".''" 1
I,    I        Willi
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. let
„f 1 ,        ter, Vh
1111   Ki'.i,  IT ia Kit
hired
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m ■
.1   mnl
'   1    I  ..'   |.
Mill.
J. A. HOY
'l 'n h 1 ni Violin
Pupil of Ernei
nipi'i'. and Prof. I- redi •
lut" 'ii London, \'.n,'.
Studio at City Hotel
■h   Railroad Man Bnj  v
Vacuum olotbei     waeher, the o,|neMt
nnd latest thing out.   1     1 to 1 dwn
untriitioti any d , ,  m.. at old
Kootenay ulllcc buildlof First 8t.      i
• 4   -ws-
HARRY  C   '/^ILLiS
Rex Vaudeville Company at ihe  Kmprcss Theatre
Monday and Tur dnv Nights next.
FruiiLands
FOR SALE
Galena Bay lands In parcel* ol
10 ur '20 acres ot en bloc. Correa-
pondence invited,
John Shaw. Agont
Box 616 Arrowhead
NOTICE
I have opened up ;i Ret-
tauranl in Lower Tow n
and will serve ;.ll Chi-
dishes, such us chop
Suey, Noiidles, etc.
OPEN ALL NICHT
KEE MOON
I     I     I    I  I        ', I     I.     I.'      I    tee    111      llllll
UlirHONt    JB7
COAL!
■nty of Gall Lump Conl ,'irriv-
iriK-    Orderi will  have
prompt attention.
Ml   i.l 11.11'  .\V ||,.
A. Davidson,
PHONE
292
Corp:ration of tho (ity of
Rovolstoke.
Court of Revision of
Voter*' List 1912
'I'lie   L/OUrt    , .    I.I's ,    i'ii   ,i(   tin'   \ i'l
iih    Mat w.ll ait in the Illy Hull on
Thursday,  Deeerabei   4th, 1912, at I
p.m.
Uy Order,
BROOH A. LAWBON,
t.d. city Olerk.
' ILLOW R1VEK      tin     tin
■main Une ol Grand Trunk
ll'neilii uul Hudson Bay Knil-
rwny.    II la lhe desire nl  the
[Railway Company io muke it
1 one ni the must   important
towns in thr entire Canadian
w.st.    i.„ts stu down; (10
month)) tm interesl. DO
t.exes. Write to-day lm lull
Information, i'acilic Bond
and i,md i nip.. Ltd., 4s>.
Pacific iti'le., vaneouver,B.C.
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For S le or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
MANNING,   Agent.
I BATURDAY, NOVKMUKH 30,11112
THE   ^C-A.IL-HIJSl-t-A.Lr)..   :R,ET^:Er.3TO.K T±>
WHITE PEOPLE
Patronize your own color by sending all your washing
to the WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY. Get
your blankets in early to avoid the rush.
Bachelors, try our collars.
We have just installed a new collar machine which is
bound to please.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80
EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  I860
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits ...
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
!9tl()
$ 3,000,000
3,000.000
23,077,730
27.457,090
33,090,192
1911
* 4,000,000
4,01)0,0(11)
86,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284
Has 83 Brunei ip In Ciiruiiii. end Agents and Corrosponclonts In all
the Principal Cltios In iho World.
A OENIHUL BANKING BUSINESS TIIANBdCTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoko Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
. . . It Might 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. -        Haloyon, Arrow Lakes
AUTOMOBILE OPENING
The Dissette Motor Co., Limited
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Provincial Distributors for
OAKLAND AND R. C. H. CARS
are desirous of securing representation for
REVELSTOKE AND VICINITY
Both these cars are the best in their respective
classes.
In Detroit, Michigan, the home of automobile, and
where the average man knows more of cars than in
any other city, there were MORE OAKLANDS SOLI)
than any other medium priced car.
An excellent opportunity i'or a live local man to get
into the business in time to receive the benefit of sales
that are bound to result with the bettering oi' road conditions.
For particulars communicate with the
DISSETTE MOTOR CO.. LIMITED
Vancouver, B. C.
LOZIE,   OAKLAND   AND   R. O. H.   AUTOMOBILES
l'i*.   1*1*1     i'l*.   if.   itl   1*1*1.   it.,   it.   it.   I Tl    lit)    i'l*    '^'   l't'     l't*.    ttl   l't'.    l't".   .'l't   (Tl    ^l   il'l    r~l*l   its,   1*1*1    I
iX" "X* "X" "A" "X1 *iL "4»* -X' "X1 ™X' X1"" "X" "X* "4I* "X  -X   V 4»   V V V V +   +
Union  Hotel
HJfST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly anil monthly rates to be an,muni.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton CB, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigr^ro     v:n..n $, a j^    Monthly rate.
J".    ALBERT     STOUSTE      PROP.
Central Hotel j^
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all       k
respects.
All Modern »* i
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
E.    Q.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repair*, Hot Air, Pip*
•nd Furnooo work
-WORK   8HOP-
Oonnmught Ava.  •   R*v*l*tok*
UNION HOTEL
ARllOWHKAD. B. C.
Speclsl Attention glTcn to commercial
men end tourists. First-rlass sampU
rooms. Finest Keener; lo Briliih Colno-
bl», ovorloiikinn Upper Arrow lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
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 you know my husband is an
engineer and he gets his clothes dreadfully dirty. I
find after using different kinds of soap and washing
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 I have had
I remain, Your Sincere Friend,
E. A.
Luml)
ermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstcl.e, B. C
before huyinK yonr nut-
fit iif working clothes
for the bush. I make a
apecialty of Logging
Slioes, rants, Sox, Shirt"
Plankets and everything
reouire<lin vour I amines"
J..P. SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85
BUSINESS LOCALS
Clean coal at Coursier's.
The "Sugar Bowl"     hot chocolate
cotlee and tea, etc.,  is unsurpassed.
l.i'uv.e orders for private greeting
curds ut Dews' Drug Store.
Christmus curds nnd eulenduru now
on sale ut Bews' drug Btore.
Forty per cent Cod Liver Oil Eni -
ulson will positively cure a child's
cough and Qt its system tor a rigorous winter.    Sold at Bews' drug store
The "Sugar Bowl Fountain.', like
Charlies Auut, is still running. We
are still serving out to autisUcd customers our delicious Ice cream, sodas
und Sundaes.
The Lone Star Cleaning und Pressing Eporlum, will make your old
clothes look like new. Try our New
Clubbing Rate, four suits and four
extra pants pr.s.cd per month, for
two dollars uiul fifty cants. Don't forgot tbe address—Lone Star (Meaning
and Pressing, Shoe shine and Hi smn-
i'i>r Service, McKeuzie Avenue, near
Stnr theatre.
The Handiest Way
To Shave
Some men, who have shaved (or years
vith the old-style, long-bladed razor, find
It hard to believe that thc Gillette Safety
Razor Is really handier and quicker.
So the qulll-uslng clerks ot old must
have looked askance at the first steel pens
—until they learned by experience how
much more ettectlve they were.
A few days' experience with the Gillette
and a man finds he can shave with It
quicker and ir.crc easily lhan he could
with the long-bladed razor alter years of
practice.
Holding the Gillette lightly, like a pencil,
you can shave any part of tlie face, in any
direction, using the true Angle Stroke.
Those awkard spots around the chin and
the angle of the jaw will give you no
trouble whatever--and with the Gillette
Safety Razor you will not cut your face.
Moreover, the Gillette can be adjusted,
ty a slight turn of the screw handle, for a
1 £h: or close shave, or for a soft or heavy
beard. This adjustability, which adds so
much to the comfort of shaving, Is found
In no other razor.
Why worry along In the old way, when
the Gillette way Is so much easier, quicker
and more comfortable ? 412
Rex Vaudeville Company at the  Empress Theatre
Monday and Tuesday Nights next
Mr. Edison
has invented a New Record
that will rekindle all of your first
enthusiasm in your Edison Phonograph
—a record that makes your Edison Phonograph far and
away the best sound-reproducing instrument that can be
had. Tlie new record is called the Blue Amberol. It
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out. Go to your Edison dealer today and
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JOHN BINGHAM
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 30,1113
NEWS FROM
THEJJAPITAL
B. C. Agricultural Lands and
Settlers -Industrial Schocls
—More Pay for Members
Ottawa, Nov. Z6.-Mr, elements mem
bei     lor     ' omax Atlin, U. 0. gives
notice   ol  tbe   tollowiag   resolution!.
"That     iu Mess  ol tue large amirs
.i...;i! agricultural lunds iu Uut
Jsb     Columbia at present unoccupied
and     undeveloped,  immediate action
should :..• taken by tbu government to
encourage agriculture by assisting act.
tUement on BUCb lauds and also
io establish u number ol small expert
mental     (arms m British Columbiu,
particularly    In the northern portion
, .  .. nice."
l.Mil 8TKIAL SCHOOLS
"That the  governmenl  should  tnke
Immediate eteps to revise tbe preasnt
Indian lu  British Colum
biu, ss.tii Uie Idea '.I establliblng In
thai province inure Industrial scbools
and .ui-.. more systematically and
thoroughly develop lbe preserves beld
lor tbe lnd.aiis In order lo luruisli
tbem ssitb u blgbei standard ot educu
tioiial tacllities tliuii tiny at present
possess."
INADEQUATELY   PAID
"Tbat the members ol the clvU ser
vice in British Columbia are at present receiving salaries that ure very
inadequate lor then welfare, consider
ing the high cost ot living m the pro
Veine, and iminedate; steps should be
taken by the government to substant
lally increase the salaries uow paid.
Ottuwa, Nov. 26—A movement bas
beeu started to Increaie the pay ot
tbe nieinbeis ol parlimeul to $3,U(M>.
Kor the past six seven yean the ull-
ownance hes stood at H.iiW, aud last
session an allowance was made (or
sieuogiapbic  help.
Sixty-live thousand dollars was vot
ed lor the purpose, which amounted
to about i-iuu per member. This year
some members ele-.re to draw the allowance tuat they might spend it on
help as they wished. However, the
auditor-general decided this could not
be dome, bul tbat the money bad to
be paid lo stenographers direct on
the i-ertilicate ol members, lt has
been arranged that groups ol members shall employ a stenographer (or
each group, and these shall bc paid
direct. The movement (or thc indemnity increase bas just been started,
but ii setsuis to be popular, and tbe
government is likely to have u demand for it presented before the session is much older.
Tiie Making of Woman
One day, as they rested at noon
li.'ii.-iilb the thick shudc ot a Kn lum
ha tree, thc Kinn gased tor a I""!-'
time at the portruit of Ins mistress,
And suddenly bc broke silence and
said: Rasakosha, this is a woman.
Now, a Woman is the one thing about
which I knosv nothiug. Tell me, whut
is the nature ol women'/ Then Kasa-
kosba smiled and said King, you
should certainly keep this iiucstlou lo
ask the Princess; lor it is u hurd iiucs
Uoii. A very terrible creature indeed
18 a .se.ni.in, uud oue tonne,1 ol
strung* elcmeuts. Apropos 1 will tell
you a story,  listen.
lu thc beginning, when Twashtn
came to tbe creutiou ol woman, be
louud that he had exhausted his ma
tcriuls In the mak.u. ol mau, au 1
thut no solid elements were lelt. lu
this a 111 a mn,a. after profouud meditation, he did as follows lie took the
rotundity of the moon, and the curves
of creepers, uud the clinging of ten
dnls, uud the tumbling ol grass, ami
the sletub i uess of the reel, aud tbe
bloom ot flowers, and the lightness ot
leaves, and the tai>eriug ol tbu ele
Pimm's trunks, and the glaccs ot
deer, ami tbe clustering of rows of
bees, and the pilous gaiety ol sunbeams, and the weeping ol clouds,
und the llckleiicss ol the winds, and
tbe timidity ol the hare, and thc vanity of the pcucock, und thc soltncas
Oi the patTOt'l hOMin, and the hard
ness ot aduiuiint, and the sweetness
o( honey, and the cruelty ol the tincr,
that my Uie is very lon-dy since 1
gave you buck that creature. 1 re-
member bow she used io dance aud
sing to me, mil look at me out of the ' certainty  since the new
buildiny Hudson day Haiiway
The energy aud determination ol
Hou. Prank Cochrane in pushing the
construction oi the Hudson Uuy Hail
way IS bearing fruit. Urnding has al-
renely been done (or a d.stanee ol sixty miles, anl with the whole line now
next year, ihe eoutractor, J. U. Mc-
Aitbur, is getting bis supplies lor tbe
construction wors on the ground this
fall and is confident of completing
the road by 1J14. The Hudson bay
project  which,  under thc former gov-
'ernment »m never more than a project,   with a habit o( livcming  up on
' thc eve of elect.ous, has become a
government
corner ol her eye, and play with me, I took hold of the question, in iwo
uud cling lo me; nu.i her luughtcr years the railway will be there, und
was music, iiiid she is,is beautiful to'the west will have what it asked lor
look .it, and soft to touch; so give her so long in vain (rom thc Laurier gov-
tiuck to me again. ernmeni     The  building of   lhe line is
Ho Twashtn said. Very well, and'being uudeitakcu in a businesslike
gave her back again. Theu after ouly way by the Miumter ol Railways,
three duys, man came baik to him'who bai availed bimsel. ot the best
again aud suid Lord, I kuow uot busv
it ib; but ufter uil, 1 have come to the
conclusion thut she ib more ol u trou|
ble thuu u pleasure to me, so please
take ber buck uguiu. llut Twashtn
said: Uut ou you: lie oil! 1 will bave
uo mure o( this, iou musl manage
how- you cuu. Theu man suid: But
1 cuuuol use with her, And Twashtn
replied: Neither could you live without bei. And he turned his back uu
ii.an, and weut ou with bis work.
'1 hen man said. What Is tu be done.'
(oi 1 caiiuut live e.ibei vsith or without her.
Aud Hasakosba ceased aud looked
at the I-..ug. Uut the K'.ug remained
sileui, guiiug lotentl) ut the prutruii
of  lbe - •»■
Britain Wants our flour
Again lbe value ul tbe Urntish market. Under the proposed reciprocity
agreement Canadian wheat was to go
lo the United .State-, u country wbicu
is a great compet.tui of the Dominion iu lbe export ul wheat and Hour,
and Wbich wanted I'uuadiao wheat
only lor th... benelit u! tbe milling In-1
engiueeriug  advice  obtainable,   (&
A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT
Mrs. Edward Kennedy, ol Merlden,
Conn., iu years old, was advised by
her rhysician to try Ur. Martcll's Female Pills, she did so with wonderful
results. Thousands of others would
say tbe same. 20 years tbe standard
at your Druggist.
and  the  warm  glow  ot  lire,   and  thc       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
coldness ot snow, and  the chattering   duglry onU tue eairying trade o!  the1
ot jays, and the cooing o( the kokila
and  tbe hypocrisy uf tbe trans,  and
thc fidelity of tbc cfaakrawaka;   ami
compounding uil    these together,    he
made woman an<l gave her to mam.
But alter one week, man came to
him, and said: Lord, this creature
tbat you have given mc makes my
lite miserable. She chatters incessantly, and tcasod me Ixtyi.tnl en 1 nran .■,
never leaving mc alone; and she requires incessant attention, nnd takes
all  my time  up nnd cries about noth-
Inited States. A icpurt to tbe Ue -
pai urn ut ot Trade aud Commerce
trom J.E. Koy, trude commissiuner
ut Birmingham, shows tbat the de -
mand tor Can.i.l.a:, wheat Hour in
Kuglaiid is increasing, lu.iuir.cs are
reaching tbe u. .ee tor hard wheat
Hour, and Mr. Hoy understands thai
a big demand toi the Canadian product is likely, as the quantity and
quality of Uritish and continental
wheat aro not up to the average this
;,.,• and is always idle; and so 1 have >car' Mr' Hu>' ,urlbor ***«• th*t
to give her back again, as I arln, in n Position to export Canud-
c„nn„t live witb her. Ho Twashtn ,"n Touins. whisks and brushes,
■aid; Very well, and be took her back "boulJ ^ »blc t0 do >""»"" la mr-
Then after another week, mon came' '"Ingham, but that the Canadian
again to Wm aod said: Lord, I find  hom0 market is absorbing tbe supply
M^Clarys
Made Specially to burn B. C. Fuel.
Repairs when necessary always ln
stock at Vancouver.
SOLD BT BOURNS BROS. '   . :;l>'.'., NOVUM    ' :    i,n
BANKS MAY
LOAN UN FARM
PRODUCE
TUB .TVTA.T.IL.-PTIEm.A.riU,   TR,* "VIBXjSTOIKI'EJ
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER so, Hid
Ciiosc of Destructiao of TasiirccU
When th
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that I
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and
Tl.- nlm
t.-lii'iu.-i
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the  I..
spread
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bIvo
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Eastern  Camilla
mist    liable t.e perish,   Firo cuu do-
^^^^^^^ story iu a day thut whicli It imn ink
i  total destruction ol tbu  cn centuries to ptoduoe nnl which ii
which took place  will tako centuries to restore,   in our
iM[il,.L  opulence and prosperlt)  wo have     no
aaaaaaaaaa_ I', llll'l'lll iill! ll! tlii"    lOBS    WM    :tll..t;llll
ago was caused hj an Ins ot    . .  ,,
thrieiii-,ii tore .1 tiros,
:i BftW»y'    " uPPoared again     T|„,y     Mug1   Ufl ,-,,,,,.,,,,,.   Wl, mUB,
.'.bt   years    ago .-mei   In    its  oea8e to be careless with our locomo
westward  It Is repeating its   elves, our log-gin    engines, our brush
bin ning, our camp tires, our malchc*
^        I.n.l   e.Miir eii,is,   mnl   we   iiim.1   erndie
m! ■    iho ci iiel.t ona which allow llres
who ars interested in our lor   to gain headway.
npi.i'.iriin,.. ,,. 0 comproheu      Th'.s    is ii (iiiosiloii tor and ot the
u.-count   ui   Hum  [used  eutltled   p..opie—Ymi [sel     it,  I  Un\ It;   1 mu
Ul i .'  L.iieli  .--nseliy, Willi an ao
love
itatli ii lbe youugor
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on i toca,
nor
great
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i i.. i ,   more
i ai tn i.;.     In     tbe  west, requires
i  ,       bar-
.  ..   The tein.   be
t  comiug i.l
10 tt  Is   lie'-
u ui r -doiiUI devote
;   BSlblsl to l tie ci op
: . on.
pri
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ed to ho ■ .■ io.ms
lai m made uu
 i ol
s ..it .tj
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m i    i ..i aseii s, other natural
-.i..■ 1111.ii nud .li.'niM, ol control," by
ie. ■ uniii.im ii imh.. lologist, Ur, i .
e iordi H i:. is ii i. win ,- wi icotne, This
i. ii publish i the iiiMiuiuoii
Udpui tiiioul ..:   v. i.e ,uui,. as lilntom
. .,     Lull, I   ii   .>. .       ..  uud   UUllltlU
S0e H     .'.     till      I 1   I    Hl'i IOUS    eil     I 111'
< .|-'l .nil Ul ii      l ni in .    liulli tins,   nil 1
may i.m a.1.1 .ie ipplii ■■' ..in ,i. i c
i    .: Ucu    01 ill  Hi' II,   Hep.ill liie'Ul   Ol
e. i .1 llll UI'O,   All.mn.
Ur, I, .i ii i bin    i udii ■! i lie in.', Ins
'orj. huuli   mi.  .ii   ie, ie.i.i...i ie,
I blS    .11,1,1 nil.     . .... 11 .  .    bOth    ell    ..I   ...HI,I
..nei    ..i.i iii i.-,,.   in hinglund, it
was lound  thui   the  natural enemies,
especially  pui ii .; .i   Iui oi is, ollei lively
tor niii'ei    gained control
FULL   LINE  OF  GENT'S   SHOES
Tho well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solid leather Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also carry a full line of Tan
Shoos.   Call and see them  before purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot nnil 8lino Ropulrors, Suildlcrs Harnoss Mnkore
writing tn assure you ol mj  wllllug
in mm un.l niiMi-i;, in dn everthlng    In
my   power  tn m.ik   ivitb you to niiilii'
i.e:.. i conservation a household word,
mi Issue in-, lho ii. iii.ni- ul n living,
l,ei. i.s cieate the opinion thai Hrll
wh Columbia on n par with Oormany
-'.ive,I  ii,   nn I    KtlBI 111,   u h.'i '   seienlllic
'iiiiliii.-.i-lliMliI   Is  ,i   I'.,  u.ir.l.
Till lei ter Will m.'ii .• ns nil nilrie.liii'
i Ion to you ol Mr. Roy 1.. Campbell,
ii im lms charge until r   ol the work
nf      esleiiillii.;   Iln-   I.eiMSlry   idea.       v.;.     	
have tentatively outlined .Mien,I lines CUIltiD  OF DRINK                      I   The "Sugar Bowl" Luncheonette is
01     i ai'""'i;l'    mch aa Htoratura, BY SIMPLE REMEDY.   „„iv running in connection with    our
P°8teM'     ll,cturca    In the towns and soda fountain.   Ladiea will Hnd   here
rn. Information bureau here A Devoted Wife Helpi Her Hus- tt comfortable place to got, nn after-
bottel   ii.een
.,..'•      eon
..
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tock  in
...uu..  [arm
obi , i.i .i...,
1       thai n.i.ii .sir.  ss bite rose
i.      ■  Lhat  in.'
rougbt
!  .1111.-    ...tO
;m odUCI ■   "     I L.-
IM iuded     tie   would
i    .1,
view it, t.. withdraw
■ - - bave ,i :n i i   .1
ng. Jl ..,.:..
Urst i n ..a..
I R]  . E.N i    \i.i ,XS   i". INU
■I.. ■  ■ tl        icoe, in
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ct .    . ,-    o pre
:.   • iking any  Pai I
mi he  Union   'I he
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rotes   r in any isn>
in    the
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The  bill
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.   lorth
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tl   :..-   in        I'.Su
immer
i out lei-rum. ol the In
lltller natural ouomles were
iiiii'e nn.l birds ninl ii systom ol bird
encouragement ivus ai td on g large
Bcalo. 'iln. uevestatitig spread of tno
smviiy In North Amoiicn was due to
tho comparative absence ol tiie na -
tural ini'ii ik- ni control. Soverul lm
port inl pe. I..- ni I'iiiiiMit.'s uew io
... ii.,., wore discovei i .1 and have
been sl lulled aud described.
'l.) un i.n..- the number >•> uuturai
ii mii. of the sawtiy, attemps ni e
i, ing nm ei- to .nlm.hum and rsi.ii .
in i ;,ii.nlu |.;iiii it... ubleb m-ie uls-
cover. i .ii lingiand aud which appear
i .1 iu ci nm.l i ii,   pi -i  thei,-   .su    ac
1 lilllli     (l.    1 11,Mm,-    ,l,t,   I eSl    le,     ■   I,   .   I ,111.  I.l S
un I ii. the methods tlo\ Isi 1 to i ncoui
,i ■■ ,!, . |,i|,,,: lirj(] other in. .him ... con
e ei. arc described In this biillel in,
... ii consists ul fortj two pages and
contains i wi nl i Bin Ugun -. including
,. . olotirod plate.
i be  piililieiil n.n   ol ,thls   Luilel ,n     .
indicative ol the attention which tbi
ii..isii.iii ..I iiriton oloi j  Is now devol
ing to tho ii. met  pesti   ol oui  .... .•. ts
which are ri sponsible tor lnca.li I ..
Iobs eaeb year.
ii ibe Branch, ninl the circulation   of j
torostry book? In th i Provlnolal libra
These Ideas will he put Into ao-
inier. nn.l will receive, 1 trust, '
hearty   support and co-opera-
band  io a  Cure   Through
baniaria Prescription.
I noon    cup oi    ten, chocolate, codes,
besl tea and Unht rstrnibments,
nes,
tion
your
i Ion
Faithfully Yours,
li. it. m   Millan
t luef  Forester,
All subscribers not receiving the papei regularly are requested to com -
munlcnto with the editor. Mail-Herald
Bos ..ll. Revolstoke B.C., in or.ler
tbat their complaints mny be recti-
Iii11 f Write yo'.x full name nnd a 1 -
dross legibly, nnd your complaint will
e- attended to promptly.
LODOB, So. '.!' A.  !■
and A.  M.
meeting! aro held in MAS
Oddfellows'     Hall
1 nn tins Third   Monday In  each  month
W. M.
H«rr»t«ry.
■ A
aOtifil i\S .l.f£t."2li'2to
^    '  ^'?*.;.. yi
.Mrs.  S.i "I 'I'riiil.ni   n is in despnlr. '  ,
A luvtiiK i,itlur iuui ii e,,i.mi provider
lion  sober—her busi. ml  had  m-n.l-: KnOTIONAY
ie.. ii     [alien    Into    di Inking    hnblts, i
. li i ;i  v.. ie rn,i.nm  hm iimne., health
nn.l   umi,  .lis.     Drink   hud   Inhumed   lleiriilnr
1   ■   sliiiliacb   i'lnl   nerves   nnil   ere.ited !()\[(. TMMI*i.1-
,1-i.i   iiniiiiiui'iil craving  lhal  kills eun-
.   .>,i..-.    l..ie.   liieiiier   ,iiiii    breaks   nil , 	
Ian.ily ties, iat H  p.   m.      V|Hiting brethren      ar»
■   ,.  i  .i i her le Hi : a. ..        .
. I.,, ,i mj .ini > to   iy a taw w-orus cordially wsicomo,
all   i i   .    ii   l,i   .. i ou  nre- iiMiere.            ,,.    ,,,,,. ,.,ur,w
I   i   ,u    ,,n.i   (ul   ii -  tlie,   minium;   I          "•   IMUMf"JIV
i ii   ny  i.-in  in ..   i.'    Hv  Inmbttlld          W    h    lIDHHinTHON
 n ,i   if ... ,i 11 i n   is ..-iv  is hull nts :
lol i n.i     '!• ■   'ee  i'orl   Arthur I .	
J     l     .      Ill,      SUIlllUei'i     l-ee     i .eel     le.     I.-I|     111 Lim
till     ;■ luuu     I ll--     i il : ii ' Ilo      M.iMl      ee
■■• mmi.!   lnko   It.cm ju .    BHine,  m   i
,    iill     .111.1     IIUI     tllO    lee-e .111.1     leeellli.  i.li   lelir
'   bl   ii  :    i .    [Ii.    lie  write*
■   11 ui   he  . as  i.ili'-ii  ine .-.in-
le   ... ind      i
S|ll<   11       el.     Ill  es     not    I'l      e       '.ll      lll-lllll.        HI   I
i.n     . us  not lal    i  u ii.. liquor ire.in
1    .     lv U      '1      . IS   '  m    II    111    llllll. 1
I rl i iy   i.e .   inni'li   iii  iiivor
ol       nr  ss   i   .   . ii   I!   . i il.e.
s i renton,   Ollt."
lie Ml ■ ipl   eell        SHIpS        llll'   I
i ■   drln ■■     it     ri'Htnres  th
c. w. o. vv.
Mountain  Vlsw famp.  No. I'ii
Meets  Second    and      Fourth   Wednes
days    In   each   mutitli   In    Hell.uk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially  Invited to .,t• <th1
A.   .1.  WOODLAND,  ion.  i'mii
.IAMKH   MclNT. RK,  Clerk.
Howson (^ 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- •. the Mppotlte
ilth     n 1  makes drlnlt   riiDRT
,      M I , I  1
'  '  isll hit - 1 inl   lift-
!   Olio  I     ■ ...•: ..
11    uue coffee or
MT.
No.  llilil
11K
.tjitb i ,ur forests
i-.,iiiur,
■ Mall lier.il.i"
tlevelgtoke, B, (.'.
Ueur Sir,
\uu who are In iutimati touch
.s-.ili all the Factors ivhl .. on inek
iut; British Columbia what it Is will
have realized long ere now the pari
uli.eh the forest play.- 111 our provin
einl     economy        s, ouarc     probnbl)
..'■'. 11 le..I  the  'net   Unit   11   ll.       ; ii     I
tins pros Ince stands much
more than one halt of all Canada's
merehantable timber; ol thc lact I hat
rt ii'ns lasl year produi I
nn    amount 0   wee most suilici-
111 c to buy i"
11.
that     " years tl
money  toi
ron It. ivh.i
ves,    and  ■ consl .11 tbat
num   ,toi
est is bi    ; cul
eilU'lUl  'll1 to   1
rod ■
mnuolly.   1- irth -
••  thai  thi
ace, Irrigal
. stabilitj, and au e>; .
■ -Mis,   depen li 1
01
continuance
The toi   it is the bs
-:.-       ime time thi
nv. 1 un;     h»me nn
h    '-, •:    .     Irlnk  b,ir fnlli n,
'      ' il    II l>|    .-' ,111  ■■     ■     !'   e-l-e -riplleeli,       | f
■ ...   '          11            ilher,   lel-eellleT
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' '         him                       Write
H I'll ill IK
1    II    K
I    fl   0    !•'    Hnll  nexi    1.
C'lpplnw's  nperH   He'iiHe  every   ssenn"
nn.l in.1 u> Monday lu month.  Vlalt
ng   brethren ninlially  welcomed,
ll. VV. BKLL, C, R.
WM    rt    PAMKRON     Kee    ■•■
11'a ilio CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, Jnel BEST HOME
DYE, ....a* 1.111 leeiv-.SS ley you ilien't mnhivi lo
1 il.eW .villi   KINDOI   (Ueelll   VOI.T GOOSl   UIV   niBlle
0I.--H0 Mbtal 01   lie- len;. -*■.' 'r.
s.-e.l I -r le.-. Colol I  ird, Story  Booklat, nn.l
Soo] ai e-i. ..ni 1 .-..iii. of Ojiiiu i.vt-r other colon,
Tlia lOHNSON.RICHARDSON CO., l.lniei.,1.
Menirc.il. li.naell.
.      ,     P. THIAI. IMCK.WSH ul   Sa.   	
1   ,' ;   :•',"-   .iKI.KIKK      LODOB  12,   1.  O.   0.  F.
: ! -  nluls,
i. iii,-is  i'i,,. '    MeeU every     Thursday evening    in
 ■' :"   Solkuk   Hall  at 8  o'clock.      Visiting
■■ inr it    n i rm niton- ,   ,,
brethren   cordially   invited.
dOHN  LYON       N. C.
JAa.  MATHIB,  8ec.
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Macdonald,
C.  C.
Also tor  Sale by    C.  R.
Drunxist,   Revclstoltp
HOLD  KA.NQH LODOB,      K.  ol    P.,
Nf). 16,  RBVKL8T0KB, B. C.
Meets every  Wednesday except   tbi
Third Wednesday ot each month     In
Oddfellows'  Hall at 8 o'clock.  Viaitlng   Knighis nre rordiully  invited.
K. W, TKIIRY, C. C.
O.  H. UKUCK,  K. ot R. A 8.
M. nt r   t
 m ^j —	
HlliVrTY, McCARTKR
AND  PINKHAM
Hurrlsters.   Solicitors.   Rtc.
tmpe'inl   flank   Building   Reveletoke. B. 0.
Money tn Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,   ll.   0..    aad
Cranbrook, B. O.
Oao   B.  MeCarter.
v    M    Pinkham, J.  A. Harvey
Rrrnlat.oke. I'ranlirook
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing CB,
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
I'lmiie JS1
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Night I'hone 40
P. O. Ilux 4.'?
WHITE STAlsLARGEST St EAHERS^CAIIADA
''     fHSBI *■ -mi^' ™
UOYAL, MAIL, STEAMERS
CHRISTMAS   SAILINGS
l'.llll,Iliil,
M.mn-
1 1,,'iH.IS
Liverpool
broni Prom
l'ortliinil     Halifax
  Dec   7    Dec.    S
....    "   14       "    15
....   "   21       "   ll
New s.s. "Laurentic
" s.s. Teutonic ..
"    s.s.  I'anailu....       	
New s.s. Megantlcand Laurentic, 15,ioo tons, Largest from Cuunilu, nil
classes carried.
S S. Teutonic, 582 feet, 18,()»o h. p. s. S. Canada, 514 feet, 10, )l«J tons.
Carry only Becond and third class, ttaggage checked through io ateumer in
limiil.   No hotel ur Transfer Rxpensee.
WllITi; STAU LINB WHITE STAR LINK
Pure-
Wholes* ne'
.D-J^bfe.
"Renal
Indispi nsable
Its fame is world-wide.. Its superiority
^questioned, Hs ise is a protect on
against alum fooJ Jn buy nK baking
powder examine he label carefully
and be sure the powder is made from
cr^am ii ^rtaf.P Other kinds do not
make the food be* iimi.
The Gurnay-Oxford
is prompt
No matter what cornea or goes- maal* we must have
The preparation of meala come* round three time*
a day.
Every housewife wants to know that she can depend
on her utove absolutely ; she wants to knotv that there
is no element of chance or likelihood of mishap in her
cooking arrangements j that meals will be ready
promptly on time.
The Gurney Economizer is an assurance against
accident and mishap in cooking, lt is a simple device
and found only on the Gurney-Oxford. One lever
controls everything. The fire can be slowed down
for hours and revived in a few minuter. An arrangement of flues makes the Gurney-Oxford Oven always
li uniformly heated—the Gurney-Oxford Oven is never
; to blame 1 It will make a good cook a better cook ; it
does more than its share towards making every ;neal
a success end a pleasure.
Revelstoke Hardware Co.
Revelstoke, B. C.
■HW'i  '■   '
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York
Queenstown
,.            ,     Nesv \ork        l'hnuiulli,
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1                                   Stiiuhanipton
Cherbourg,
S. S.
S. S,
s. s.
Celtic .
Cedrlc
Baltic
'American Line Bteamer.
N'ov. 23
 Dec.
Company's Ollice, 619 Second Ave., Seattle, 3 doors from Cherry Street,
Or A. G. liKOOKER, Agent, - - C.P.R. Ry., Revelstoke.
Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
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
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody   knowB  him,   hi       ••)
tell you that tlm whiskeys w.    .
Hilling ure the best.    Call ihk.
convinced.    No household nlii.ii.
he without a supply of  our Har«
voy's Spaolal Scotoh Whlskoy; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, Ruarantesd
HII yenrs old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes.   Our stock
of choice Wines and LiquorB of all
kinds are unexcelled.     Bold hy alt
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importart and Dealer* In Pur* Wine*, Liquor*, Clew* and cigarette* 5 VTURDAY, NOVHMBER 80,1912
TTT El   JMa\^XJL,-T^£JSlJEtJ^JLJD,   BBVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER .13, Illi
BWrrariHii   m ^Ji^^Miflw-^swiEaOT^
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS  DEPARTMENT
m yi y^ii r-fY.Mw '■ y?WtmyJiv*
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Bring the Children
in to See the Toys
We have a greater showing than
ever. The goods are all on display
and we believe this is a showing
here that will interest the older
people as well as the Children.
Come in and look ihem over. They
may give you some idea of what to
do for your share toward this greatest   of   all    of   Children's   days—
CHRISTMAS!
bargain in Dells
FOR FRIDAY-Fiee Brisque Head
Sleeping Doll, nicely dressed, 12 to 13
inches; tail, light and dark.     Each..
25c.
Joy Land, To; Land,
Little Girl and Boy Lam
Eiderd
cwn
arn
New shipment of Eiderdown Yarn,
the "Big Soft Wool" for making
Aviation Caps, etc. All colors here
for you now in tans, reds, sky, etc.,
All one price, per skein	
15c.
Groceries and Crockery Department
NEW FRUITS
Are now in, consisting of Eating Figs, Table
Raisins, Dates, Cooking Figs, Seeded Raisins in packages( Sultana Raisins, Currants,
and New Nuts of all kinds.
NEW OLIVES
New Olives, Heinz's Duchess 6 OZ. bottles;
Gold Seal Stuffed, Nut Stuffed, Nabob, 25 o/.
bottles, Crosse & Blackwell's Queen, pint
bottles, Ripe Olives in tins.
NEW CHEESE
MacLaren's-   small   and   medium   sized  jars.
Stilton Cheese by the Ib.j Canadian by thc lb.;
Limberger, by the block; Comembcrt, by the
tin.
Candied Cherries,  Candied Assorted   Fruits,
Pine Apple, Citron, Lemon and Orange.
Noel's   Preserved    Fruits;    Preserved    li^s,
Cherries Preserved in Maraschint In half pt.,
pint and quart bottles,   Preserved Pine Apple.
A NICE LINE OF FISH
Crab Meat. Anchovies in kegs and bottles,
Stock Fish, Sardines, Eastern Clams, Oysters, Lobsters, Schrimps and Salmon.
MEATS IN CLASS JARS
Clark's Lunch Tongue; Crosse & Blackwell's
Lunch Tongue ; St. Ivel Lunch Tongue, St.
Ivel Ox Tongue; Crosse it Blackwell's Chicken Breasts: Sliced Dried Beefl Premium
I! iCv'ti Sliced.
specials ran rem and Saturday dnlv
Young Herrings in Tomato Sauce. .2 for j,sc
Young Herrings, kippered 2 for »jc
Condensed Cocoa 20c
Pork and Beau's in Tomato Sauce, ,3 tins, 25c
Heinze's Mandalay Sauce, per bottle -i.se
HOUSE FURNISH
CUETAINS
We are showing a few nice lines of Curtains, Screens and Madras by the
yard from 20c. to 50c, also many different patterns of Lace Curtains.
You will do well to see them before buying.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT
On Carpet and Carpet Squares we are making a Special Discount of 20
per cent, on an already low price. There are somo exceptional good
bargains in Tapestry and Brussels. We are mading this offer for IO
days only.
Linen Buffet Scarves
Special lot of Linen Bullet Scarves and Five
o'clock Tea Cloths. Lovely snow white linens,
nicely embroidered,  at a  very speeial   price,
50c. Each
New Irish Table Linen
Some beautiful qualities by the yard—lustrous,
spotless white linens. These you will appreciate for the festive days that are coming.   Thq
housekeeper who appreciates fine linens will be
pleased with our showing, at per yard	
85c, $1.25, $1.50
FaiHeHe Silk Petticoats
This soft, very durable silk, mike the most
durable petticoat. They ad no bulk to the costume and are dressy and serviceable. A lovely
lot of colors to choose from, at     	
$4.75
Dainty Lingerie Waists
For Ladies- lovely White Wash Waists in the
new long sleeve styles, new frilled cuffs and
collars.    Up to Kach	
$10.00
We have just received a full shipment of Underwear direct from the Old Country
mills. This shipment has been delayed many weeks, and as it comprises something
over a thousand suits, we are putting these, lines on at very special prices. Never before has this mill sold direct to the retailerand we are giving yon the benefit ot thc
middleman's profit. It means money for you and increased sales for us. Let us show
you these lines and convince you of the genuine money-saving  pries we are offering.
GENUINE GOLD FLEECE—Pure wool, light golden
color. Everyone knows this line and knows that
it can't be obtained under $7.00 per suit. Full
fashioned perforated gussets, spliced knees,
and elbows	
Our Price, $5.50 Per Suit
PURE WOOL NATURAL Heavy weight, button
shoulder, spliced knees, seats and elbows.
Perforated arm pits, unshrinkable natural
shade, tipped sleeve, double breasted	
Our Price, $4.50 Per Suit
NATURAL WOOL- OUR LEADER—You can't
duplicate it for anything like the money. Unshrinkable, hard wearing, natural color, double
breasted.. 	
Prices, $1.50 Per Garment.    $2,75 Per Suit
GENUINE INDIAN CASHMERE -An ideal Xmas
present; feels like silk, but is pure wool. Absolutely unshrinkable. Dark fawn shade,
heavy weight. The best ever offered. You
can't buy it elsewhere under $12 per suit	
Our Price, $9.00 Per Suit
PURE WOOL WHITE-Softassilk. unshrinkable,
beautifully made in every ] articular. A line
which will not irritate the most sensitive skin.
Special in every particular.
Our Price, $5.00 Per Suit
We invite your inspection of
Our Special Old Country Underwear shipment justto hand.
XMAS GIFTS PAR EXCELLENCE
tTWEN'S COLLAR BAGS—A line that will surely win with you.     Both round and
square, and prices that can't be beaten.    Consult ynur list ind then i ome to us.
OUR LEADER.—Genuine Leather Bag, silk lined,  with silk  draw  strings.    Full
size t-rice. $1.00
Other lines at $1.50, j>i 75 and $2 oo in either finished or unfinished call skm. iii ^n en
brown and black.
GENUINE MOROCCO    Black color; wear a life time.  Price. $5.00 Each
DEPARTMENT
LINOLEUM
This'week we have opened up our Fall consignment of the best Scotch
printed and inlaid linoleum, some very good designs in black and white,
green and white, tile, etc., also oak flooring and Parquet design. Now is
the time to make your selections while the stock is all here. Come and
see them anyway. s ITI RDA\    ' 1BER 30, 1912
TIT.JS   l^lLA.XlLs-jaOEiTi^JLsJD,   REYBLSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVKMBKU .10,1«>12
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NEW GOODS      NEW GOODS
r
Ladies Evening Dresses
Si :es 52,  34,   r ■    Pri $23.5-'1,   $25,
S2S -     .50,    t all in anil  i .     these
di t s>ses, color to   suit,   1   11   taks
vou     1 di lor y< u  ma . want.
Ladies' Waists
adies furs
NECK  RUFFS AND Ml'
Bargains in Fail Suits
For Ladies.    Regular   Prtce,   $23,   $25
and $28, Sale Price    $16.50
FIFTH ANNUAL FANCY DRESS
Masquerade Ball
UNDER  Al'SPli ICS OV  I'lKK   BKICIAIIK   NO.    I
I'll   BE   llllll   IN
OPERA HOUSE, DEC.  II,  1912
Special music for Lhe occasion bj tho REVELSTOKE ORCHESTRA
Grand March al 0 u, m. sharp. Floor reserved until 11 p.m.
for those in fancy costume only. For further particul-rs
apply to
T. STEED, Secretary, S. NEEDHAM, Chief.
MAS 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.—
or
tlie Boy
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from S
I .men
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Ladies' Hand Bags
, .   se are Amci ic in manufacture,
i $i,        ip.     !  lev   arc   In iu
Price
it  and
Millinery! Millinery!
Trimmed  Hats.    Regular $12 and
$10.    Now un Sale for $0.00.
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Come in aoi! Ses Cor Display
of Suitable lm Goods
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\      [|  you tin   fiolng  tu Iii       rnlondara   IVANTRI)   Pair      Si nil-lmnJ     Doll
!   !,,,■  i i'', i>c i ire you bcc my Bamples Kli'lghB,   Write  Mail Hei'alil
!'•'!•< • l»» ■"     '    fom outside ngonta WANTED   A SMUli ,,0J  15 ,,, l0 yi.,lM
'■  ■'""" ""■ ol uge, lie |i   rn the  I'rlnl ur hi
Ulle'    Qt    tllO    liieeMl     OIlJOJ    I                 '     11       ''.-. tiff     III      ||      tllOl'OUglll J      -'  . ' ! I ;   1 'i'ii     J":'
ol  tl iii   SM,.:  Bpeul   I    i   night,] and NewBpap i  o im, a1   RevelBtoke
,,i  Bt, I iniii'iii Imll, ley nliotil seventj i:.t'.   Conditions  ol   apprenticeship
in,'    enthusiasts,   Danclnii    continued governed by the rulea ol Typogrnpli
into morning and grenl credit Ib ical union which .eill be furnished on
,,,,■ ie, the committee who liud charge application       Apply      Mall n   aid
ol ., lairs.   The ball     wai   In'autlfully Otflci.
decorated,  tha  bunting,  Chinese  lun-  —_ _	
i, i ii.     throwing n  Bolt  nml cheering NOTlClfl
light.    The    Bupper provideil by the 	
lail    i     being     delicious.    V paBBlng 'n,.     Revelstoko     !'.    C.   •■oiillcal
 a  bs given tbe Uevelstoko [jengue will hold ., mu     meeting    In
iim  who I'M'clliel  thcmsolvoB on tut  impress theati-o,   December  10th.
this occasion,   Every  pi    uti boing de Addresses  will   be  given  by   Miss    I),
lighted '..;ili It, and boii-j  when they Duvl,  ttlld ., Bpen,.,.,. ;,,,„, lilr ,,.,.,.
Maud Sleighs, from	
 ijrl-,25 to $3.25
Pocket Knives	
10c to $2.00
Watches     $1.00, $1.26
...
For tlie Girl
Sewing Sets, from	
 40c. to $1.50
Manicure Sets, from	
  50c. to *3.60
Pearl handles, knives &
forks sot   40c to *2
t tar ted  tor home.
Look tor I'mi ; Iculurs next  wi ek.
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will sp n I  the   ■■■.:... :.•.:.
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at bis bum* on        l i
street, Is verj
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Girls1 Auxiliary
At Un' annual meel Ing ol the GUrlB1
. . . illary eel the Hospital, lu'lel in tho
.  .  Hall on .Mem.lay. Nov. 25th, the
.......iing officers  wero el etid:
iimi. I'resldcnt—Miss Chrlstio.
freaideul   Mrs.  Dr,  Hamilton.
. .■.   , i.       M oud I ...iti ■
mid  Vh   i-res,    *1 o    »on.
Secretin |     Iihb lici _> ii.
\       taut bee      . n ■■  I... ...-eni.
Treasure!    Mrs.  Harry   Bews.
i ullei tor ... !■■ Doi Is     Mc
Carter.
Kx. cutive   M      .'.''-'.    i laton, Footo
Manning and Cal
I   ione 41     A.   Iiv >J 5SON       Box 734
For Dad
Gillette Safety Razors,
single and in M'ls .
  $5 to $6.50
Auto Strop  $5,00
Office Sets     *1 50
Fountain Pons $1.25
Carvers,  in  sets,  from
 fc to $1.75
or mamma
Knives,   forks,   spoons,
from 75c to $6,60 per
dozen.
Butter   Dishes,     Cake
Plates and Plat Ware of
all kinds.
Carpet Sweeper	
 $3.25 to'l-l. 50
Electric Irons, Toasters
and Heaters.
These are just a few of the many lines wo have in
stock- Come in and we will put away any piece
yen pick un till Xmas Eve.
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
HOWSON BLOCK
SE
Vaudeville Co., Empress Theatre
Monday and Tuesday
iillolfkoS LOCALS
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lievelstoke Inside Properly
Real listate ii
elblr UH'iilKl...  ll
Last wee*, we mude several good i   les to ocnl  iuj
short inm- belon      ■  i     I     re u    closet
Call at oui e,;;. .   . ....   |    ,.,,.: rs.    All oui  property cau
un eat»j tei iu>.
Kjootenay Jjgencies, Limited
.Mr. J. P. iln.in. n.l will
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;,.i   various rca-ous,  y.>,i  will  have ..
.,   ... uie.'ni  to select  Irom and
you will ii.ni  more time mus     than
luter en iee 11111k<' good selections.
Mualc  Store,   McKensle  Avenue.  —
tie are i li... ini   oill  om   enti i    lock
lueical goods ,ii cost price. Here's
I  ei     useiul ' ibristmas
ill e,,>t An  cash. Hurry
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Importer of
Irish Linens
Damask, Sheeting, I'll ow
Uinens,   l'liies  Linen
i... js, .Se- . &e.
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SUITABLE   XMAS   I'RESBNTS
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Mrs. Thompson Porter
FOURTH STREET KAST
WW ft flew Bookings
OPERA HOUSE
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Corporal C Ralph (    mor
Th<  Ni t- R( x Beach
Rhymes ol a Koiiini Btor.i -   ervice
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XMAS iNt-ARLY HERE
TKUNKSI TRIMS! TRUNKS!
MAIS
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WINTER SUITS AND UNDERWEAR
OVERSHORa am. FOOTWEAR
ATTENTION
;.'eei(   hlia'e.ill'1
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McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
hi 1st lorm Clothing SttiNB  Hats        1' mi-Rile ihot-s
A general spirit of optimism prevails amonp: Revelstoke citizens at the present time. Business aud professional men are
lookinj? forward to Wr things for Revelstoke next year- The
i xtensive operations of the C. P. li., bringing work for between two and three thousand men in this district with head-
arters here mean a boom to Revelstoke such as sho. has
li will simply double iho value of Real Estate
    '.■ i •' men,   foreseeing this, are investing now at old
prices and will realize big returns,    last, week we closed up
. ueting nearly $5,000.
Get in on the Ground Floor
SOME   MONEY   MAKING   BUYS
55 Feet oi: Mackenzie A venue, on 5th Streot, only   $1,C00 00
4 Lots, one hlock off Mackenzie Ave., on 8th St., each 325 00
0n« Lot on Second Street, close in           425 00
ion large Lot,80 x 100, on  Seventh Street, Just
off Mackenzie Ave                  $2,100 00
Six Room Modern House ou Third Street  $2,000 00
House for Rent on Mackenzie Avenue
J. B. Watson Realty Company
E. G. POI EY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
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