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"Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price   $C0 '■
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REVELSTOKE, B. C, DEC. 24, 1912
$2.f.O Per Yea>
WHAT   A   DISPLAY!
This is thi. every day expression we heir- The hest Bulootion of
orntiiiii'iiial and itseiul presents ever seen in tha oity
Oouie In—You are always welcome and we nre pleased to show
our display.
If In doubt nlimit ymir selection, 11 vmlk down our aisles will
suggest to you whal Ui buy, and the plain marked tags will readily lell von where lo buy.
It you wish Cut Glfta", we can please yuu   and  suit   your   purse
from $1 to $60,
CHINA—In this we are unequalled for quality or price.
BRASS GOODS -We are practically making prices that compel sales.
SILVER DEPOSIT GOODS—Sugar and Oream for $1.00 per
paii. is a hroad liiul.
ZANESV1LLE POTTERY Make us an offer on what you
seliet.    It's yeurs.
SILVERWARE    It' your fancy runs in this line "we are .lake."
ELECTRIC GOODS -Toys, Hash Lights. Cigar Lighters,
Irons, Tnasiers, Stoves, Chandeliers, Table Lamps,
Bracaets, Hall Lamps, etc.
OUTLERY Clivers, Razors, all kinds, Scissors, Tableware.
Pocket   Knives.
PLUMBING.HEATINGJINSMITHING
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
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Imperial Bank of Canada <j>
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario. v
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6,000,000.00
6,460,00u.00
6,460,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in||Canada.
Agent* in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seat tie National Bauk, San Pran-
oisco— Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Detriment
Deposits of $1 and upward, roceiveel, and interest allowed at
curreni rat* from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch —A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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NICE LINE OE CHRISTMAS GOODS
A Shipment ol L'seiul and .Sensible Presents
lust in from Uastern Canada. Vou are Invited
to look them over. Hilts suitable lor young
and old.
MRS. A. G. CRICK. ■ First Street
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its   htn(bt,  spicy
flavor ond fragraucy.   Sold iu 1  lb.
b nei p.irka^e^.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
O. W.BELL
P. O. Box 108
GROCER & BAKF.K
Phono No. 23
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SANTA CLAUS IN THE CITY ■ ■>
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST S'lORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, make yonr headquarters here,   SJti r\la     i     ectl    anlineai
mul Reasonable Prices.    (Jive I s a Trial,    "We Never Sleep."
H»  .IAMF.S  4   FW.F.RTON
CopyriRtii. IMI, nv American Prosi Association,
Tfl KlfPlTR
niirAitfiLR
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N day* of yore old Santa Claus
Had a ileliijhilui time.
The chimneys all were bin and wide
Through which he had to climb.
But nowadays our modern ways
Afford him little ease.
When he climbs thrnutih our skimpy flues
He hai an awlul squeeze.
They say he has an ample form.
With girth profound and vast.
And first thine anybody knows
Some day he'll Set stuck fast.
But this is not the worst of tt.
For how can Santa crawl
Into a modern city flat
That has no flues at all?
Retiring cnpe: Intendent of c. P.
Rj. Honored by Fellot
ployees—liluminated II
aiid Elegant Gifts Tokens nl
Esteem.
CHROTMAS  DISPLAY
i ine Christmas inous   Zuncs-    ~
eille Art   1      ■ ■ i r Pots,  Bean
I'ots, I'i re (
SEE OUR CORNER
WINDOW.
CUT   GLASS AND  SILVER  DEPOSIT WARE
The very
\\ at. r
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nl pt ic< b whieh nm  i
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GR< ICERIES
Our fii rtiin
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\i:   |    I   llse     I'llllll I'll.iliil i   ■ is,  Num Ol
nil kiinl-. Clioici inci
HARDWARE
i. at \ ini; Si |      Ll i
Razors uud Shavii Ih, a new BUpplj <>(
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BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing
Spt cinl Vttciilie it . mil to Mail Ordi
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A. ii. TIIIAKIKON.
Manager
'^ Merry Xmas to One and All,"
His bursting pack upon hia back,
Hc clambers up the walls.
Climbs ladders like a steeplejack.
To make his midnight calls.
And once some city children saw
A roly poly shape
On Christmas eve go past their flat
Upon the Are escape.
With buildings twenty stories high
And flats on every floor.
More girls and boys who want more toys
Than ever were before.
The way poor Santa Claus is worked
Is certainly a shame.
But he is such a good old sport
He never quits the game.
If buildings should grow laller yet
And still more girls and boys
Keep being horn, eaeh one to get
A longer list of tovs.
1 do not know how !>jinta Claus
Can visit such a mob.
But. I'll be bound, he will be found.
As always, on thc iob.
The Evergreen Uoob
Mnlicl    Ilml   nearsighted   Mr.   Bool
ncttiallj u'i.nl mi' on Cbrlstmii uigbi
If tli"  wrealli ol
.Me    I.    II        II 111        11)0
imi leer  tvore  mistletoe.
Alice-Whit did
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Mn I ii'i -  WIlJ,
what could I? II
1 told lilm It wai
ho might try to
kins mi', nml If 1
tnlil lilm It wns
not ho Is sucb ■
poor spoil hn wouldn't even  take I
cbaaoal
CHRISTMAS FM SHOPPING
Nuts, new, reliab ity, per 25c
Grapes, (Malaga) Oranges, Bananas, Table
Apples, Table Pears, l ni is, i bulk and in
packages.   Everythin \attractive and first-class.
First Street.
John Mclntyre & Son
Telephone No. 93
of gi rn ie ini'ii niiinlioi'iiin nlu rn III >
mpi .yooHiind i lllooro nl iii.' c. r. it
Umi in No. I, willed nl. thu Ijoiuu ol
Mr. T. Kilpatrick on n vory plM.ee, mi
occasion. Alter sliuldtin hondi with
llii'ir somewhat surprised IiobI, tha
deputation placed hefore him nn
iliiiKiiiiaii'il address reading ns follows!
"On learning of ymir retlreiuenl
from auth!• duly uiih ilie C P, It.,
with whom you have lieen so long
.uul bo liiiiiiii.ilily nm ited, Hu1 employees nl [Jistriul Nu. I uinle'i' your
supui'ViBlon, have unanimously ox-
preused their regret al parting from
one in »lum. i hey have alwaj.- li tiki il
up tu with biuceru regard and admiration fnr your unusual uup,ihilllies as
;i superintendent and ns a friend.
Though we do nol feel thai lho past
years or the old nssoolMes In danger
and iu safety will he forgotten, yet
vve would like Mi'-. Kilpatrick nnd
yourself to take with you the tiucoin-l
pui) ing memento tn hind still closer
tho memories ot many years of use-
feiin. s> ;u the i pany and the ninny!
luterests \"ti have been associated
with in Kevelstoke. The separation!
il is Imped will lie only in our daily
lulling for mnny years tu come, anu
we ttu»t that Mrs, Kilpatrick, ymir
family aud y out sell', mny be iilr--.il
wll ii gueed health and litppy surround-
ing-nstree liuin toil and trouble is
your many fellow employees sincere
wish."
Trainmaster, J. VV. McKay.
I hiil l)e.-pnli her, .1. 11. Armstrong,
Resident linglueer, M.K. Met juarrie,
District Master Mechanic, .1. P. Mc-
Alinny.
linn'ml Roadmaster, U. Wade,
Accountant, Geo. Paton,
Bridge nud Building M., VV. Miller.
L'hiel clerk, ll. II. Uoddiird,
Roadmaster. Mountain li., J, Anderson.
Roadmaster, Mountain \\\, [{.Hove,
Ruailmii.slcr, Shuswap, I'. Rushford.
Yai'iliiiii.sler.-., A.J. 1'ullin-nii and
VV. Loftus.
Cm men. W J. Shepherd.
t 'ondtictors, A. McL -nn.
liiigineeis, Willis J, Armstrong.
'l'i,null.i li, S. |{. Millie r.
l-'iiemen, li. A. llnine-.-.)-.
Shopmen, A. Malllnson.
ii .pateliers, .1. A. Maxwell,
Ageut, Thus. VV. Bradshaw.
'l'i .nl. uniii. A. Black berg*
llridgeiiian, T, Uillespie,
Ollice Stair, It. li. Ulooklo k.
Ae-. einp.iiiying ihr , nlili, ■>-.- were the j
following handsome'nud costly gifts,
which were presented to Mrs. T.  lill-
pi.ii.k by lhe deputation ou behalf of     CK>CKK>0-0<K><>-0'OCK><><>-0<><>-00'<>0-0-0-'9
ihe donors.
Slei hug Silver Yen nml lull, r Service.
Tn Mr. liilpalrick   a handsome Diamond King nml $600 in gold
Mr I Mrs. T. Klpnlriik repll il in
appropriate words und entertained the
deputation, it very pleasant evening
being spe ni
Hevelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Wishes You All
"A Merry Xmas"
and a
Happy New Year"
ts
Reveistoke Ml Morkat, Ltd.
McRae Mercantile Go.
Real Chriflmas Weather
THE greatest snowstorm In the
experience of England began
falling I.U' ll, 1SWJ, and continued dur.Ui. Christinas day.
Tbe sn i-.v Id sonic places reached
n depth of forty feet All travel
was blocked Ihere was no com-
uiunl iition. nol even between
Imusi -. snd avalanches burled
many people In their dwellings,
where thej were froien.
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INVESTIGATE
Mistresses ot Underworld Give;
Evidence-Prominent Citizens;
in Witness Box-Police Com
missioners Probe Rumored
Graft and Holdups
• in  Mod Iu;    iftei noon «" t evening,
cri  I     boa i    the Revel
sinic Polled ' ommtssloneers held   a
lA'ni'vinup Investigation into rum
involving charge)   ol olloged gratl
mmi hulii iiim. nu voiced at ■ met
ol tbr Oity Oounoll    buhl uu Friday
evening lust,     unit a report ol which
iiieotiug appeared In our lust issue.
acting    Mayot MeKinnon occupied
tbu shall having I d    ppointi j   to
He: i oiii • i lonunl    on I
ut .Mayor Butherland, I oi    ilsMoneeri
Ed. Trimble ami alderman Abraham
son occuplcil e inii' mi ih'i bench    on
'•.uh Bid" of tho chairman.
Tlie  uity  Hill Mil   iv,th
iiiizi.ns iiiiiii' tn      watch the  lireel'le'.l
men, ni  appearing ns wltneseei dur-
uiii tlm investigation,
Tl vnleiii.'  wn    very  voluminous,
We Wish Our Patrons
"A Merry Christmas"
and a
"Happy New Year"
icguliuucd OS VHi »i»)
Mcfiae Mercantile Co.
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DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS     $
Vases, Bowls. Com ports,
Manufactured by "Libby"
BE NOT DbCUVh-D
iT. O-TJIT BAEBEE
C. P. I;. WATCH INSPECTOR Tl I    U \'i     DECEMBER  LM   L914
TSIEI  JULJ±.TZs<E3:jnttJ±TjI3,  ^EJ-VEJriSTOKTHJ
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Gift Suggestions
Nothing else does quite so well as a Gift to a cTWan or Boy of something he can wear, and the fact that
he'll wear" it is the best test of appreciation.
Our store is filled with useful, serviceable things.   Even outside of our Holiday stock, there is'nt an article
or garment in the store that would not be a most acceptable gift.
Silk Host.' with   double  toe and   heel, shown in
black. tan, grey* and nav> \    I'rice blk.. 75c. and $1.0U
Fancy o4rmlets put up in a neat box; colors pink,
blue, brown and mauve.    Prices 25c, 35c 50c, 75c and $1.00
Fancy Suspenders, one pair in a fancy box.   Price
50c, 75c. $l.ui) and $1.25.
Handkerchief, Tie and Hose to match done up in
a tancy box. and different colors.    Price $2.75.
Silk Crochet Tie and Cuff Links and Tie Pin to
match, done up in fancy box.    Price $1.75.
Men's and boy's linen and silk handkerchiefs, at
all prices.
Linen initial handkerchiefs, one in  a  box.    Price
35c
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Men's and Boys Silk Souvenir Handkerchiefs, a
nice souvenir to send to your friends   Price 35c, 50c, 65c and 75c
Linen Handkerchiefs.   Price 25c, 36c. and 60c.
Get a Suit or Overcoat for a Xmas Gift. We
have the Clothes with the snap and dash you
want, in the most refined, becoming form. We
are the agents for the Famous Society Brand
Clothes.
If in doubt what to give Father, Brother*
or Him
ASK  US
The Style Shop
For Men and  Boys
Who Know
McRae Mercantile Company, Limited
The Style Shop
For Men and Boys
Who Know
fT
FOR SALE
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Hun.-- frontage on Mackenzie Avenue
$1200 down, balance to be arranged
li   .. ■    ,n Fourth Streel
S2.D00 . •''"" down, balance '.■• Iicarninired
-. I ta    sl ofl Mackt   :ie Ave., in all 66 feet
facing "ti Connaught A
The Itevelstoke General Agencies, I td.
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COURT OF  REVISION
REVELSTOKE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT
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ie     NOTICE il  hereby given  that
j the Coui tot Revision  and   Appeal
undeh  under ihf "AwenraeDt Act'' nnd
"Public School Ae'" (or tbe lievel-
stok- Awemnent Diitriot, rwpect-
.  t.„„Mi.-i  inn 'I'" sssesraem  roll*  fnr   the
v^nr 1018   will be lield it? followp;
Court lloune, Kevulntoke, 15. C, on
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MONDAY, tli- -.nl day ol t)ec-
smber, 1912, at hi o'clock in the
forenoon.
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Public Schools Attendance
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At tl.*- Qovprnmeo ' iffice,
B.C., on I RIDAY.tbe
nl    I'm i iiiIiit,  i'l     ut
in tb" a'tiTiioon.
Dated it Revelstoki
ember    th     H2
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Christina*,   nnd 1st the worda Merrj
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Erripress Theatre, Jan. Ist. and 2nd.
Imperial English Bell Ringers
Conductor.   Mil, \V. II. GIGGLE, I■'. I. G. C. JM.
GBO. UAI.],. W. CAREY, .1. AV. BAKKU
A. II. KOTHHHGILL, U JOHNSON A. T. MOR8BY
B, GRAVES II. KRANOB
VOOAL QUARTBTTE   I. W.   Baker, W. C.ucy,   W. H. <mkk>>>.
A. H   Full.i'i Kill. i i>
INSTRUMENTAL TRIO.   0. Jobneon, (violin)) H. France, (Cello).
\V. ||. GIGGLKi (Piano).
Araicted by MR FRED WlLLETT, the Benowned London Cowed.
PROGRAMME:
POLK \      "Merry Hells" Air. VV. 11. G.
Pari Sum..    "Iiy Cclia's Arbour" Horsley
Humorous. Sonu.    "Mixed Relations"     M. S
Mr, Wn i kt i
OvtRTURi     "Zampa" Herold
Som..     " I lie Skippei"        , ..Judo
Mk. PorHKRUtLI
i 11 in Solo. - "Bource" (Hell Accompaniments)..
ii I mre
Mr. I'hani k
Hi MOKOUS SONO—"Always Merry and Hright	
   U ardow
Mu.   Wit i i i i
ls>ii(t 'M'.i.u Trio.    "Souvenird'hongrie".Bende!
INTI RVAL OF TEN MINUTES
Om ' j Poet and Peasant" Suppe
Hu'Moroi i Song,    "Ding; Dong, Bell" M.S.
Violin Solo.—"No. i, of Suite" i Bell Accomp.)...
 Drobowoiski
Son .     'Little Irish Girl" .'Lohr
Mk. Baker
"Les U'loches de S. Male Rimmcr
HUMOROI "My Wifc'is Cake" M.S.
Mk. W.lli-i:
i       Song    ': n \bsence"  Buck
. i.. i      ei\,     "I!'Irovatorc" Verdi
COD    SAVE    THE    KING
WINTER TIME IUU
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Arrival    120, Cen"to
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wk.ht BOUND,
7:40
12:16
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COMING EVENTS
R   M. R.   Danen wlll be hsld be hold
or tbo lollowing ilatos Dec.oth Pec.
20 Jan. let gootl time guaranteed.
Jannury 2—Imperial Bell Ringers at
Kmpreee theatre.
Dei    "th   Kssp
|r«tV tte»t.
The Npwonmhn Piano Co.. Lul.
tbu ulgbt (roe   • tftoki   ii (
;n»''-iyyiv« milt'^i- .law.*, ok
Ko      '- Aitivpk    b:48,   Dcparte
No      I    Arrive    lf.k,   Heparte   H,:20. ' January  lb—I'an     American   Donb.e
Ko,  If-MvM i« ij.  Depute
HM'TH TRAIN.
Uuartette,  Km preen theatre.
Arnvn U40, le«TM t.« ».gj.
Jen. 14—15—Tbe VerMtlk>   Sopr*f|
Vtyt%
f TUESDAY, DBOBMDBR ai 1912
TnaiE m:a.iXi-33t.ksu^.ji..t3, revelstoke
ILU    DUi 15MUKR   'I   lit 12
WHITE PEOPLE
Patronize your own color b.v 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 whicli is
bound to please.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80
EARL BAKKACLQUGH, Malinger.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1856
Record of Progress for Five Years--1906-1911
1906
1911
Capital      -
Reserve   ■
Deposits
Loans antl Investments
Total Assets
* 8,000,000
8,000.000
28,677,780
27.467,090
88,090,192
* 4,000,000
4,600,000
35,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284
Haa 83 Branches In I'muiihi. ond Agents nnd Correspondents in nil
the Principal Cities In tho World.
A OENCRAl   HANKING OUSINE8S TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Inlui-uiil allowed at highest ourront rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
. . It Might Be Cold. .
IBTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent- Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
llJVST NlvWIA' RBPAIRKD
RATES, $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly ami monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets. 21 minis foi f6 00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LKVH8QUE, Proprietor
Laughton <■'& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
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Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, cn Suite
and with Bath
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ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
in irket affords. Hest Wines, Liquors and
j.i/.f     Rntf Siaday,   Monthly rate
j.  .a.l.:b:e]:rt    stoistiu    pbop
Central
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE, B.G.
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'AN ORIENTAL ROMANCE
HUW    A    WHITE    MAN    BECAME
KING   IN   BORNEO.
Reient Developments Have ARain
C.is' the Limelight on Brooke ol
Sarawak, Whose Uncle Made Himself Rajah, FourIiI Dyaks and Pirates end Founded a Strong
Dynasty.
'I lin .i.ei ie..,- ol Kajnli llrooki . I
Sarawak,  on   llie   Island   of   Bi i ni i,
t'l     llie"      IlllllVe'     Mllljl'l't-      I.e     leeU-H'e       <>f
i.li'   » iii" ol Iiii.um lal e xploiu r ■ and
e'eelle""     |.    lllll'].' 1,M-     I -H,  ■'     111-   I . -    ■ I I'11 VV II
attention to ono ol tlie' mi sl r.mark-
able ie rriUirit'i   In tUo world,
Then Is no ureatei romance lu Hi"
annulii ul sovereignty than ilie' Btorv
ol how an Anglo-Saxon booamo tha
• row i   i did ilor ol the do tinies of an
oriental  pei pii      I hi    lorj   i lerui
Hie' dynast; ■ i S iraw iik, lounded by
Sir J.iim • Hn • ko, Hm niiiii- ol the
|.rei-.'ni in,.,' . whi tirst saw tho light
in England in lhi yem 1803 He be-
i .un.-  a di i ■ -in-i" 'i  soldier, served
ill    llle'     Rill iff   .       .'.   ee       ,   ,e|    V. 1 | 111     IlllOlO
,-ie rclj   woun le i
(in ii latei imi   ■ ■ India tho ii Ian I
<•! Malayi ia •■   chiirincd him liml he
detern -i   lo  invi *ti rati   tbem  and
fitting oul Un li". ei. i, a small
schnnner, ai lectins n nicki el crew,
bo i isited the I.'■< ili ■: Sarawak, in
lh. northeast corner ul H rneo, drop-
i -    anohor ofl Kuchine    Muda Has-
E.   Q.   BURPUDQE
rinamlth Ropalra, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnaco work
-WORK   f-HOP
Connaught  Aw    •   K«v«i»»«he
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer    Draying
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
Phone 42 •   Night Phone 85
R4JM1   III   11LAWAK.
■ am the rajah, welcomed hint warmly an<l besought lii- services in crushing a  rebclli" ii     Wter  Dronkc put  an
• •nil to the uprising lhi rajah oflered
him tn- crown, with all the kingly
rights at'.M iii i to it, .mei ho wa- -inly
.'i.eui.-l Rajah of Sarawak l.v "mar
Mi. tin   Sultan   >l Rrunei.
Rronki       hr-'   -• ■ ri.,n-   work   " i     i
make war upon t lie pirab    i I M ilay-
sia. who Bpread terror among tin
the coast ol   \sia  and  the
P i- 'I w Hi the in.I "f llm
H'"i i    \- atii   Bi  t  thi   i rati     ve -
^e  ,       \l .    . ' 1    Hlld   tlt.ir   . I I'll _r-
holil • i v. ':;':.■ t1 . nov rajah was
lii piraU i to book thc Bulla    timai    VI    i' tied    I       trl   In
■ . whil man on lh throne
and attacked Kuch ug    \\ ith the Bid
• ■i Sir 'I In ma i ■ I ram . admiral of
the British Asiatic Boot, the Bultan "I
i • ■ ■■ ! and a good slice
■ •I in- territory taken. Later l!aj,ih
Bi appropriated moro territory
until now all iimi remains .ef Brum i
trip "I land bctwei n Sarawak and British Nortli Borneo.
N « firmly -.■ I e.n nis llirone he
turncel his attentii n toward pacifying
lii.  «ii ring tribes of the interior and
mi.   was   assisb I
nephi w, Cl ai      Bi oki, thi   | ■'
rajah. By Uie persuasive power "I
i ii .«> net ti I sword the land Dyak-
n'"l  other  heod-1 tr.i«■ -  were
reduced to submission and even to
loyal!    uni il  now  ■ • ■••  i-   .    safe  in
.     .       el.    .1-    111
i r  \. w York     \\ i-e   ie filia
tion" fa er tin  well being ol thi
vure Hindi' si I evi
u i d   'Ul   to tlie  i Bth •
Impmvi mei lanl I
■. ni. .1  i.   I.,    lav I
Sarawak, wh        iddci
■ i     • linos revi Ited.
burned   the  i . ■ ■ raj ah'f
him a lu. '
rnpital    Bul he si With
the  aid  ol      i bj    i'i
......    i, ■•  ■
on lh.   i i ie.. -       I Hv...
fierce s Ihoui -l        ri   s low   I
li  will  whi
•a.I   iwepl   ■'.. ■
.    ived to tell I
bitter   puni htnent.    Sol
.■in  k- -r-!in. d    ikll        ar.
nn a    nol  near Ihe upper ws
tie,. I;, j i niement      ol mi n
i ii  "     Sarawak
ars  *
a,      ■ |
hia i pit
r •       ni-    pftaoeh, not   (•!
• m«lunc go -I thi maji of
r. ,• d • i' * in Un lurthi • read ■
of hi* pOiJi        'i      Hi   -•'    i     e   i
health,
uf tbt
■
......    t . .  , .
ipabli
the   wi n   Canada
fears        1 for tl       m
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Ej .rt when
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; ; !••-• ntaUve
JOVI .III.     'I   i.l
I I        I'H     •
pn
i i !>-■
• .i ■■ :• Ife, wh ■
I ny yean ud
•   pari ui the
ii • tdom    Several
.| i lading
a s i imi I Rajah   t.i.
which mcan« heir apparent to tho
Ita ;.
Dogs and Rabies.
When a doc tool«. ill lu tho early
Itagtl of rabies It ts anxious to get
-eim borne.   Cases arc known in
England wber* dogs so nffectcd con-
ii On niarr-ii tor seventy miles.
MANLIKE   MANATEES.
These   Quoi i    Creatures   Are   Linked
Willi   the   "ic.in.iicl   Myth.
Iii M'linii'iiplral witters m America
thore disports u member of thai family
of aquatic mummnlt to wliicb bas hern
ascribed the menuuld uiyth. Utiluled
to the dugong nnd tlie imw extinct
rhytinii. wo still have tbe manatee,
This tin mo Is preferred by some to
inaiiiiii. under tbu liuprusslnn tbat tbe
latter Ih the plural of the Latin "mana-
tun" (furulsbed with liiiudsi, though
tin' ilium' is probably of Mundlugo origin.
The manatee is n herbivorous mammal inhabiting the shallows about tbs
enlists of Florida, Mexico, central
America nnd thn Wesl Indies, it i.s
nut known to attempt Hie open sen nml
does not possess the ability to como
ashore.     Tills   niiionil    is   somewhat
whnleltke In simp.', wltb n horizontal
mil nn it is from eight t" twolve feet
in lengtb, tin' body bctng scantily eov-
t'l'oil willi bair.   Tl ly limbs arc tlio
fore flippers, low on tbo side of the
body,   This fllppei has do Angers,   it
does possess, though, tbroo lint nulls
nud has a free motion in iiii directions
from lhe shoulder, The olbow ami
wrist approximate Hie human anatomy in movement Witb this crude re-
si'inbiiiiiiT to no arm tho manatee tins
been said to enrrj Its young, While
thn statement is nol authentic, lt ls
quite believable, lis possibility Im.-Iiik
vouched for by nil observers of Um
arm in motion.
The heud nf tbe manatee Is divided
from the body by u slight Indication
of neck. The upper Up is extraordinarily flexible— bo much sn tti.it eaeb
.side can protrude independently nf tbe
other, nnd, thus separated Into two
lobes, tlie upper lip can perform the
complete operation ol grasping food
nnd conveying it Into the mouth, ln
each   JttW   ore   twenty   pairs   of   two
ridded teetb, With ilus formidable
equipment the manatee is not, however, ferocious, bul browses tranquilly
mi tbe water plants of Its Habitat in
Bome views the bend is surprisingly
manlike, though lar from beautiful,
nnd no specimen has ever sat on thc
rocks ami combed its golden hulr.—
Harper's.
ELECTION   STRATEGY.
Incident of an Old Time English Parliamentary Contest.
in tbe days before the Institution of
the secret ballot when tbe candidate
with the Inline:! purse usually won nil
election, n former Lord Dundouald,
who refused to give bribes, contested
llniiiinn, hut was beaten by an opponent who paid his electors at tbo rate
of Ct a vole.
Then the unsuccessful candidate
conceived tliis brilliant plan, says the
writer «f t history ol tbe Dnndonald
family. He announced to his friends
that be was quite determined to win
the seat next time without bribery.
Then tic sent tin: town crier round the
town io annouuee tbat all who had
voted for lilm in (his flrst election inii-'ht
repair to his agent, from whom tbey
would receive £10.
As comparatively few people had
voted for lilm. this wns not a very expensive process. And at tbe next elec-
tiim Lord Hiiinloiinld was elected by
nn enormous majority. After the triumph several people came to liiin and
delicately suggested thut some reward
was due to sneli loyalty.
"Not o farthing," was the reply.
"But my lord, you gave £10 n head
to tbe minority nt tbe last election, uud
the majority have been counting mi
something handsome on this oeeusloo."
"Perhaps sn." snid the clever candidate. "My former ^'ift was for their
disinterested conduct In not taking my
opponent's bribe of £0. i'or me to pay
tbem now would be to violate my own
principles."—Pearson's Weekly.
Thermometer  and Gulf Stream.
Investigators have observed thai tbo
thermometer is not necessarily n sure
ii .ii. .m.en .it tbe gulf stream; tbat tho
t current docs not nece irtly
coincide wiih ilie highest temperature.
'i in warmth ol tbe watei ouly Indicates its tropical origin, and it may
oi ii iy imt be accompanied hy a current Thus the wannest water ou"
Cape flattens i.s the result of a very
gentle flow coming from tbe trndo
wind rCeglou outside the West Indus
Tim null stream Itself is between mis
warmer water and the 100 fathom
curve.—Shipping Illustrated.
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SPECIAL SALE
For 10 Days Only
Odd Chairs
Couches
Parlor Furniture
rom Dec. 16 ta Dec. 24
%
owson & Co.
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Against Speculation.
The head nf n bi>v trust said at 8 din-
Ber in Boston:
••I havo alway   bi en again i spi • uin^
Hon    i" tn i" gel rich bj 11 ">  tlu
luuu..i.   instead oi bj honest work toi
i uiiiiein good Is to tic nn undesirable citizen.
fluctuating Investment uro very rlslty and uncertain,
.        ...    lock. ,1  thai knows
II e  ..« II   pal  "     iv    I
Wile  Provision.
1       at i ayt he has the • mat lei I
v ■ .11"   lor tn the world."
•ni .niirse,' answered Mr. Orowcher
t        |. ireol ' ■ Unit way, and II i
p e.. .. pin i ion of nature. In everj
human being's life there ought to be
n tune when somebody thinks hc is
■mart."-Washington stur.
Fish Ey«i.
Fish have nn eyelids.   They do not
require them, as their eyes are constantly washed by tbt water Ui wbich
U>tr twlo.
His Tints.
"When I Inst saw him .Inbbs wns
green with envy, yellow with jealousy.
White With fear and red with rage."
"What ii highly colored lite his must
liel'-lialtlmure American.
Another Optimist,
Tommy—fop, whnt Is an optimist?
Tommy's 1'on— An optimist, my son, Is
n man who Is married aud gl»d of lt—
riiiliidelphla Itecord.
A Vsnomou9 Snake.
The only sure way to lell a venomous
i tniikc Is  to  kill  the  reptile,  npeu  Its
j mouth with n stick and look for the
iw, carved fangs.   When not lu
I use tlicy nre Compressed against tho
roof "f the montb, beneath tbe n-ptiio's
eyes.   They nre hinged, ub you cat see
n ee.ei pun thuu forward with a pen-
in     The venom Is coutalnvil la a suck
bidden heucatb the skin at the boao ot
•aeh 'wo.
Xmas Fires
Every your thousands of dollars
worth of damage is done by Sinus
decorations catching Hre, and too
frequently lives aru sacrificed bv the
lire Heud. Ituvelstoko iiieieli.uits nud
citizens should hear tliis in mind nt
Xmas i inn .
KUUTKNAY      LUDGK.   No.  ii A.   V.
aud A. U.
Regular meetings are held in MAtt-
uMC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
ou the Third Monday in each month
at S p. m. Viaitins brethren ars
conl ially   welcome.
W. THOMSON.  W. M.
Vi    B.   ROBRKTSON.'dse.rtt.ary.
FULL   LINE  OF   GENT'S   SHOES
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solid leather Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also carry a full line of Tan
Shoes.    Call and see them  before  purchasing-
ARMSTRONG   &.   COMPANY
Boot and Shoo Repairers, Saddlers Harness Makers
O. w. O. w.
Mountain  Vj»w Camp, No.  VM
Meets .Second    and      Fourth Wednes
days     in  sucb   month   in     nelkirk
Hall.      Viaitlng  Woodmen  ar«
cordially invited to attend
A.  J. WOOHLAND,  Coo.  Com
JAMBS   VmINTVII 1.  Clerk.
COURT     UT.     BBOB1B,   No. »4«1
OK I.  O.  K.
Meets in 1. O.  O.  li".  Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and  (ouitli   Monday   n    montb.  Visiting bretbren cordially welcomed.
O. W. BBLL, c. R.
WM.   8.   CAMEllON,   ReC-dsc.
BHLKIBK     LOlKIH 12, 1. O. O. F.
Meets every     Thursday evening   in
Selkirk  Hall at 8 o'clock.     Vititing
lei et.:.ren  cordially  invited.
JOHN LYON      N. G.
JA3.   MATHIE,   Bcc,
UOI.U HANllhl LOIiUlfi.      K. of    P..
NO.   lb.   KhlVKLHTOKK,  B.   O.
Mettl «very  Wedneselay eicept    the
Thi"!  Weelneuitay of saeli montk      in
Oddlellows'  IUU at 11 o'clock.  Visiting Knights are cordially invited,
ie.  W. TliIHIiY,  0.  0.
it.  H.  BROOK,  K.  Ol II   * H.
U. nf r.
J. A. HOY
Teacher oi* Violin
Pupil of Ernest Simple, of Winnipeg, and Prof. Frederick,
late of London, Eng.
Studio at City Hotel
.   H.   WAI.LACK.   M.B.C
A ROH 1T E0T
O. Box 116, Revelstoke,
B.A.
B.C.
'LIQUOR  LICENCE  Al T
Notlct  ia heret.y given that. oB the
into, day   ol    January next,
tioia will ie made te. the Superintendent  ol Pl   '.'•,. .   ,    i iho trans
(oi    .if   ii,.'     Licence    lor the sni" ol
llejlleel   1.'.    I |  '   , . 1 .'   ■!     IDOI     ll.C     litem.
tetlaiownas  ino l..r.i\ni Hob   .
ate   ••  '   •". ;■   ■        • '
from   Itu ■ • 1  II \    ■ . ■■.
ILI.OW K1VER       nn    the
line  ol Grand  Trunk
; and Hudson Bay Rail-
tray.    It i- tin- desire of the
,' I pany to nuke it
i  the  iiie,-i    em]Kirtant
towns in the entire Canadian
West.     Lots $10 down, J10
monthly;    no  interest;    no
Write i" day for full
information.     I'.icitic    Horn.
am! Land   i e)rp..   Lt'l.,   484,
Bid ■ . Vancouver, B.C,
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■tm.
Do      r
•1
Britli
. ;    ' ih   lay
IVoemlwr.
iu:\ BL ITOl i
Mini.   '
l,U\ M. illllil'.l
II",
.'.Ii' lu    everj Qrst   mil third Tues
ill)      111   Oddle.loiv :     Hall.
ueiiiirii cordially  Invited to attond.
O. It. Lawrence,   llictator.
B, liilwnrdu. . ri tnry.
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Mi-CM'TKU
ANJ1
PINKHAM
Unrristers,   Bollcltort,   Etc.
I npertal Hank  Building Revtl-
stoke.  B   O.
Mi.ney In i ,imn
Otllces-Havclntnre B     0
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Qto. 8   MeCarter,
a. M, Pinkham, -t   a.
Revels! ke, Crs
nil
llarvej'
ibrnok
i. \t   r
ii,..
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i ■      :ith.
o Land J I
West  Ki "!•■! jy
Pal t I, Flora Oeorgina
\i        ,■ ■ ■    . ..      .
tends ti lion    to
... sd lands
■   ut  .i   post   I'liitited  ou
. . .     .       ■ . '       .
the Kasl
.i■■:    'h.-  attow Lake
ids .iu l about two miles
nortl     ' '■ ba Ti     • p, thenoe
uorth It) chnii •   ■   ehains.
nnth 20 chains,  thenoe trtil
20 ehulBf  to tl     :    at ol commeDce-
tn   and contati . aereB more
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October  21th,
IAI
] 1st Issue Sov. 6
'" ' . HIT  BMITH,
Tovlnclal Land  Suveyor,
Mis'ng Mtirvevnr.
h'ngbi irii'i
McKBNZIB   IVB..
UOX.    1'H.    HEVri,HTl)KK
hat.   M.  Fieid  abPMt that  Life.
policy you are ccmtenplatlng puitlni
ou in tin company of which Lord
fitrathcona and the president ot tbe
book ol Montreal t» dirtetore,
Sewing Machines
A niiv new stock of Sinjr-
ei and Wheeler Wilson Sew-
inK Machines
For S'le or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H. MANNING.   Agent.
FrmtLand:
FOR SALE
tii'lctifi Hay land in parcel-.*
n1 or JO acres or cn bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box6l6 Arrowhead
COAL!
Plenty ol Gait Lump Coal arri\-
inK.    Urders will have
prompt attention.
ei Kootenay Agencies
McKi
A. Davidson, ''"«
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TECESlWlIA.IT-i-IIESPi-A.Xjl"),   IR,    V13LSTO 1KZTI!
TUKHUA\,   l)Ki'K.\llU''.U  H   Wi
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Windows
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C. S. MeFarland
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SXJG G-ESTIOISTS    IFOIR,    IX.TULA.S
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Ties!    Ties!
Out   I'ii moi k icpn mim    the  choice  ol
I I,   |H .111    I \ III!   I  el'.'lll i' lie   il'l  II".. 'l   I'll
.1 \ thing tli.it   .    next   .nnl   up lo-
Fancy Ties, Boxed
l'i    i   real   ie'   -'i'i'   enn   I.iii;i.-   range id
l.iiuv   'lies,    boxed    individually.      luicsi
Silk, m   light  and   dark   patterns.
h   ild   sclecl   yours  while   ilu-  assort-
nn ni i.s large.
50c. and 75c.
Aiiilted lies
Knitted Ties in nil the newest colorings.
\ ver) serviceable tie and a  very   acceptable
fi
$1 to $2.50 Each
Srcks and Ties
Sod    .i   I Tii    lo in itch,  in atlv   boxed,
'e        l|    ;1 ■     1    I ,    Shot    ''I'tCi  ''
$1.76 Per Set
Leather Collar Bags
Leather Collar Bags in Suede and   Rus
sian leather, brown, tin, grey and wine.
$1.25 to $2 Each
Mufflers
We arc showing a large range of Mufflers in the accordion knit, in beautiful colorings.    Prices,
$1.50 to $3.50
Handkerchiefs
A box of Initialed Handkerchiefs is a
very suitable gift. We have them boxed,
half dozen Irish linen, for
$2.00 Per Box
Mens Suspenders
Men's  Suspenders    one    pair  to   fancy
ho\; best quality clastic webbing  and   large
range oi colors.
50c. to $1.00
Suspenders and Garters
Combination Sets of Suspenders and
Garters, matched, in individual hoses.
$1.00 Per Set
! Cloves, Gloves!
Why not get a pair of nice warm pair of
Gloves. Wc have a large assortment ol silk,
wool and Fur lined
1.50 to 3.00 Per Pair
Combination Sets
Men's Combination Sets, arm bands and
gaiters, matched, in pinli, blue, mauve and
black,     i'er Set.
75 Cts.
Handkerchiefs
Our Handkerchief Department contains
all kinds of Law ns, 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 Blues, 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
Wcitcb Our
Windows
Christmas Ctieer
C. S. MeFarland
Watch Our
Windows
NOTICE
Ht ADVERTISED HI LAST
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especially     |'urnt.,',nt tu tlie i	
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you wanl good, .lean Coal, I am in a  position to supply ii
\     .'.ii neighbor what coal I  sell, and  whether he
Lethbridge Lump Coal
Lethbridge Nut Coal
eive prompt attention.    Phone No. 60
S. G.  ROBBINS
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Hard WorKing Telephone Ui
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knows _.. 	
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1 who a
she hn ewi     ever,
*itL   ' ihe
each
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kHO« -   e ■. i:_\   n  . .
last; :n ,'act     there's a *■■'
i-ach   saucy   car.   o'. tl •   ,Uie
teliphone gl       It thi va
woul 1   teU n I      he knows it ■•• 1
.-.-        her (rlemls into better
lhi       . .     low    .   imall  '.liDd that
1 iti I   turn   to a gale, e.nfruli us in
and land ua in Jail; etii coulil
let  go     a     story  (which  ira.'ilng ir
.voiiM  muse half our   Wlfei     to
t.. Ivorce);   Bbe <  get all
tht   b a'. ■■■ *    Mired u]  li   : Ig fights
end inr.   iii     om  'layn into aorrow-
I- in tact she could keep the
■. if sbi  told the
-.     ,  ;    lhe.       '      ' I'P    tllllt    Hhl'
Now doesn't It make your
aching head whirl whir you *hmk ol
the ' all ' tbe •• ■■; hone girl?—
ffrade -Unlouist,  Wapblnuui.
01
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Let Us Lodn
Vou 111*-* Monev
AT
5°lo
I'l 1)11}
Iiiiiii
PAY   OFF
MORTGAGES
OR    IMPROVE
REAL ESTATE
See 1'
Phone, u .   ■
ME CANADIAN HOME]
INVESTMENT CO.. LTD.
c. s. Marshall
R) present
BUSINESS I0CAIS
■ -
.
I.rts'jnt at miia.: .,      (lurry
I     .
"Sugar li'. • .        1
iargwrt  uBaortmnnt of   boi   goodl
'
from  US .
WANTBD—A  young    girl   nt   Murse-
ruaiil apiily    to  .Vim    A    )J    M»
(jleneghao.
Laryfi ftoik ol BkBkhead lln.M
Coat, allfli'ffld r,n iianl I'Jivelstoke
(fimcrai  Agencies,  Ltd.
Rf DICTION IN tlFCTRICAL FIXTURES
■ 3. • Elei tri';<!l Work Done?
Ri veistoke   Plumbing .L
et    M Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
f. 0  '
4M
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 anvnhing in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND 000R FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
vmm^BsmMMM
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody   knows  him,   hi       11
tell you that the  whiHkeys wi
selling are llm bent.    Call ant.
ronvlnced,    Nn household show,
lie without  a supply nt  our Harvey's 8peclal Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
80 years old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purpose".   Our stock
ol cboir.e Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled.     Sold hy all
the leading hotels, or telephone
CHRISTMAS   SAILINGS Jhe Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
COMING EVENTS
■
■
'< -"I	
Ireelll
nd    Halifax
I". 21 Dl
Di    . •
,. "   18
from   Cn
1 f..'   ie. 500 lone.
Importers and Dealors In Pure Wlnee, Liquor*, Cigar* and Cigarette*
'
H keel thi   igli  I      ■   uner en
i
k ..,_
li   M   it.   Dance will be b*H be betdl
un t.hii following data 1 Di 1 ftth Dm
20 Jan, ist (•,,o«i timi' guaranteed,
.iiitniniv ;:   Imperial Dell iiinK^reat
Uhnpreia theatre.
January ic   run    American   DouM
mi#U#tt», Anpreei t^tn.
'VII.
fc.    l'.llll.
'.Hi'. STAR l.IN'M
■•  fork       I'l.in..nil .    1 in 1
Southampton
i"-.   I '  :        .'i,.'mI'm'.Iiii ... Dei .'I
ii--   M   S  S, \l.in itli Dec 28
,s. s. t .-In
Jan 1  s. .-.  I) 11 c Ian    B
'Ami-lie in I   in     '. im. 1
Compnny. Office. 61V Second Avr., Scuttle,  3 doorj from Cherry Street,
Or A. G. BR00KF.R. Agent, C.P.R. Ry., Revelstoke,
Hevelstoke (ieocral Aycnwy, Unutiii
NOTICE
1 have opened up a Restaurant in Ia<iwor Town
and will serve all Chinese dishes, such as chop
Suey, Noodles, etc.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
KEE MOON
FiritDoor West, Nexl to lire Hall
TI^I-MON! M7
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelatoke, B. C
belort buying >onr outfit of working clothes
(or the buah, I make a
specialty ol Logging
Shnr«, Pants, Soi, Shitts
Blanket* *c,d ererythlag
united in yew bui«nii TUKHDAY, DBOBMBBR U 1012
THE MAIL-HE1EALI),   IR    VELSTOKH
Tl !■■  ' ,y, DRCftMBBR M IM8
vitMmrniiKXwiairrjamtwBmaB^jt
■
C. B. HUME & CO.'S DEPARTM
TORE, REVELSTOKE
Mt/A
SHOP EARLY
This is Not
Only Wise
It is
Considerate,
Stocks Are
in Good
Shape Vet,
But You
Know What
Ihe Last Day
Means
^
m&
lEspr
SHOP EARLY
Ihis is not
Hew
Thought,
But One
Ihat
Should Not
Be Forgotten
For a
Minute
SHOP EARLY
YA
Petticoats
A Bargain in Black Silk Petticoats. Pure
Silk, all sizes at	
$.90
A Few Specials
Still a Fine Stock of Gloves, Fancy Hose
Fancy Collars, Fancy Jabots, Scarves,
etc., all in Fancy Boxes, a nice assortment to choose from in our Drygoods
Department.
Toy Bargains
There will be Bargains in Toys & Fancy
Goods up till the last minute of selling on
Christmas Eve. Several Tables of Novelties at	
25 Cents
Silk Waists
A new lot of Silk Waists—all the new
|   ideas   in Fancy Blouses. Silk and Lace
I Trimmed  _
$5 to $10
Groceries and Crocker) Department
X
mas
Slipp
ers
Specials, - Beginning Friday
Until Xmas Eve
Mixed Candy, per lb . .      lo<
Cream* and Icily Mixtures, per lh     ,;.v
Twenty pei cent  otf Mooreroft Ware   and  all
brass good."..
$12 Dinner Sets, at $'"
$5 Tea Sets, at S4.7.S
NEW   OLIVES
New Olives. Heinz's Duchess, 6 oz.  bottles;
Itold Seal Stuffed, Nui 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 lh.; Canadian hy the lb;
l.imbergcr, hy the block; Comembcrt, by the
tin.
Candied Cherries,   Candied Assorted   Fruit:,
Fine Apple, Citron, Lemon and Orange.
Noel's   Preserved    fruits;    Preserved   l'igs,
Cherries Preserved in Maraschlna in half pt.,
pint and quart bottles,  Preserved l'ine Apple.
Xmas 1. rackers .... :.sc, and $1 per box
lap Oranges, Navel Oranges, drape;., Apples
liijs, 'fable Raisins, Dates.
NEW CANDY
and the best that's made
NEILSON'S CHOCOLATES—In boxes from 25c.
tc $2.50 per box, and also in bulk and 5c. bars.
NEILSON'S ITALIAN CREAMS in ',-lb. and
i-lii. boxes,
G. B. CHOCOLATES    Hall   and   one   pound   boxes
and also iii bulk.
A large assortment of Barley Candies, |ellies, Gum
Drops, Creams, Carmcls and Mixed Candy, and
a large variety of fancy boxes.
NEW FRESH NUTS
California   Walnut-..    Greenoblos   Walnuts,    Pecan,
Filberts, Almonds, Brazil, Peanuts, Chestnuts. Shelled
Almond , Walnuts and Peanuts.
We have them for men, women and children.   Let us show oui puces which will
suit any pocket hook and any taste.   Leather House Slippers for men a specialty at a wide range
nf prices and in many different styles.   A glance at mir shoe window will repay vou.
V
House Furnishings
To m.ikc Ihe 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, ot which we have a new
and select assortment, from $2.50 to $8.00 In all colors. They make a
very Acceptable Gift.
T
Xmas Gifts for Men
DO NOT DELAY :—Even yet wc can show you all linen unbroken, and with an increased stall"
we can supply your needs at once. A (dance at the following list may help you : -Men's Suspender Sets, Armlets, Armlet and Garter Sets, Kaney Hos< . li and barter Sets, Hand-
chief and Tie Sets, Mufflers, Collar |!ov(.y Tie Hangers Sweater Costa A full range of all in
Fancy Xmas I'.oxcs.
Men's Neckti
ies
The lai'Resl ratine and the inosi up-to-date Bl r*lea and patterns •'■ n in thc City.    Each tie
put up in a separate fancy box PRICES, 50c TO $3.00
Boys' Clothing
To lit uny boy and just like his "Dad's."   Our
prices are dead right and backed b Lioi
Brand label,    Let us show you lhat Nman Suit
ot Overcoat.
Trunks and Bags
OUR SPECIALTY AND A BIG ONE. We
can iri ve you just whal you want no matter
what the style or price mav lie
 PRICES,  $2.75 to $40
Men's Handkerchiefs
• I excelda handkerchiefs; either
Initialed    Put u|   ;'' boxei   if sny
 ntit; PR1CE8, IOc. to $t.so Lach
Men s Overcoats
The Ideal Xmas Gift. All in the Famous 20th
Century Brand. New styles and cloths, All
sizes.    PRICES, S'5 to $55 DA.    DEl i     a
• m  M       ' I  "  ■ '- \ ■   : \    ! '■     V .RiLSTOKE
TUKS1IAY,   liKl'KMUKH  ll   1018
m ■
lnst •
Linen Table Covei
Fancy Down
Lul:
Lac.ii i'  i k One Pii       p
Li lie: ■ ■
■   i
Ladies' Fn •      ei
Fan, . II; 11   . :
run!     ;   ■   . ' ■
Ladii     Evi ning Govi
Ladies' Velvet ai
Special Xmas I i ii -
j
,   i
tips        ' ■ ■"'•'.
: I	
■   w   H
bargains
| Carving Sets
ll, j; |$H.IKI fnr Ijlll 715
•■ 7..ill ' ■ II
" H...U •• ,"] iff,
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"    l 7.'.    "     l.lli
'leViffl'JIiWl
I   ,i . LTIEA'J til . JAN   1st an I 2nd, L913
It!
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[HE CITV ia BUf
. u     :) Your
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 il ini'ii  ruli' nl   Hln
 I) iiii        .     .     .■ oil    ns
. rt'l       .m        ■ ■   «       Seell,
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ii  i-eeM. j ivuly     hi ii ..I     aud cuu  lie
I out ol      I in' ■. "   i ion at   l» c oul
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II      llll   I lle'el
mi     ■     [ oi    liull t.ht'y not,
not uniii'. i' ii pri;.    .ieeil  » lm
e ti ■     i'i .Imi ,  ,      compared  witb
they mo     bull I bi;j   nol.
. .. oil™  I Dinmiu
i        .       i oil™, and i'ii v
. im i     .,,      .".I i.lii  between
Ivi     who i I      onli i.    mil
.      . I  like to  kn.re',
■■  •.       .■
y tin1, proper
I ...    e,l,ZC||S
.1.,     i hi '.
..  . :.    lin
ihority,   ine
■   Wonua
i  i
liere othei
I'.'i  ■     i children |
       hai  bc    did
before the council  in  tie"
inten - worai n, nell her Was
■.-   hia opinion wether
.nhi.-ieiii.il.     or ii.el  in move
i. om    ' hi ir  j.. eaen!   pi emesci .
.   I ul  iii.. party  In'
rdci to move them.
■ ee . ,l       KolUC    ii
: ho council in tbe in
... citizens     nine
I ■ :.mii.i.ii where they
animated    thi  o
.I   the
ated  li.iu.  Loug
IVe   '. i   time
■
thai   ye.ii iuui'.  .i .i li ri. .i i   iie.lii
I
Pocket Knife
r. ..I iimimII.'-
:ij . in $^iin
ii] U Ilil',. 1".    !•
H    mill'. iiiii', I..1-.I .en
li   Celluoid Handle
. y.,iuH.'i..    i.tii, ih,. (,.nui,,ei..   Mi   5 Rnivca
■  I..  ,  '    .   , .  .1    I   Me I ,    lie   H III    llie'   <-. .11 i ,■.. I .     ''■'   H      Aim    tfl.ll
II)
.S.ell   SH.Ull
PllUHii     llll'   jlle-l     11
le'u of tlm runny
li \ Hii A I \s wo
nre now oll'erlng,
XMAS
GIFTS
THAT ARE USEFUL
VOUH MONEY   will have
11   llip M'lll'.ll ill   Olll'   lllllllwillr
Hi OH'.      Olll)   ll   ll'W llillll.1   HI'  II
fow OfilljiiK ni. iiiiihi. « ill  lniy
,i I, i, unliable |neuuni. v, liioh
11 o  « I," nets il. will up-
l ri'i-i.iic
Starling Saturday   Mighl
December   14th
Wi> Rli' ItlliiiK "iir OI'NTISU
WINDOW WITH UAH
CAINS , ■ vi'i' uifi'ii'il lo il"-
null i.    in   ihis illy   l>. leu,'  nl
Iiiinii	
Wm i.ill pui niuu   any .,ni-
e I.e veeii ulii ohu i II \mint l'li • •
f
Child's Sets
KlllvBP, Korku an A
SpUOlIM
Pearl - • $1.01]
Hour - - 25c.
Steel    -    -     ."nr.
Scissors
(iiiiiiiiiiiini liiin
25c. In $1.(10
; ELECTRIC TOASTERS
AND HEATERS
from $4 lo $5
■
:
i oul.   I   uuinlici  en  pri sei   lu youi'
i'i n. in,,'.   i,ii.l   i heretoi i    are  enl Uied E(
lee our  $23,110  pplio.
ii  rolled    greatly  your skill ub     a
"I    ", hi lll.T  Ii.l    pleilHIirC  eel       pl llflt
l lappy should be Revolstoke, und w Ith
: ral et.iule in their hearts should its
, ,i i/.Mii recognise that ii is the
worth of such men ns youi'soll who
mi.:. ' bl i "I v. innl.I citios and coun-
trlos.
V5 m huve inst closed the most pleas
anl year's business since itu Inception
aad in you aud tho thousands ,'f "Hi
er Mi'Ki'iizii' customers, our bucccss
im ilm'. for wc I'eeiilel noi succeed with
.nil   ymi. in
We'    gni     nnisi     nl   nui' customers
through the linul words spoken Inr us
mr  old   ii lends,  suti slied  custom
our recommeudn
ii      .     lief      seeds  to  your   Mail-Herald to extend my most heart
fricudH "'"   Ulll"kK "'"'  appreciations to the
' To you     then,  our grateful  thanks'ladlfl8'  *'h"     h"spit''1'  H,nlT ",ld, oth'"1'
We  arc   Headquarters   for
Community Silverware
Electric Irons
liiiiii'iiiiiii'il for In
MMI',,  Htl.tVI
Manicur S\l>
frem $1.75
to $6.00
Come  in and See
the rest of the
BARGAINS
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
HOWSON BLOCK
Card of Ihanls       i
l dei .i.e   through tho columns of I he
tri«ndB    who hade  lieen so kind    un.l
and  my fumili
Mrs.  .1. Gould.
are due for many  kindnesses, Ior tho
   word,   v ne  and lol   the now   &™°»* <"w'"'
Cil     ' e.'.M   I ','eell    :.e,|l|.
IVe congratulate ye  your bucccss'
inl  competition,     tho  hlgb  Btandurd Mr.   and     Mrs.  lln^nt ol Calgary
you  len •■     sot m     horticulture,   w.- were RevelBtoke visitors on Monday.
wn.l,  n   "Merry   Cliristtuas,   A   Happy        ;	
New year" anil mny your lif» he Innf {( \\
,'eeiiiMiteJ   mil  pros pertUB.
Yours I'ospoctfully,
A.  IS.   McKensle Co.  Ltd.
ordei
i  they
■ ■
NOTICE
Revolstoke Land District.
i1   trict of Wost Kootenay.
Take notice thai  I,  Samuel   James
Harlow,  occupation, Fanner,  Intends
t,,  nieply  for  permission  to  purchase
ih • following described land •
''.I nmencing at a post plnnl..'.1 at
the North West Corner ol Lot 323,
■ west in chains, thenco south
■In chains, thence easl 40 chaius,
north in chains to point of
commencement and containing 160
acres more or less.
Duted  October  26th,   1912.
S A.MI'KI,   JAMBS   HARLOW.   V^
Importer of
Irish Linens
Iliimask, Sinniin,^, I'iI'mim
Linens.   Fancy Linen
Goods, ike., Sic.
SL'ITAULH   XMAS   PRESENTS
••
New Shipini'iil  of Small
Kaney Linens
Mrs. Thompson Porter
Put Kill STKEKT BAST
IJ
GANONG'S
G. B.
Chocolates
'The Finest in the Land"
Sold by all Dealers
Who Know Good Goods
Xmas Fancy Boxes
Now On Sale
X
REVELSTOKE
THE CAPITAL OF CANADA'S ALPS
■
•
a.a.l'le'llJJIuil    InitUHU
al.
I  ' '
t
is tliL'most talked oi' City in the Interior of British Columbia
just now. Outsiders Irom all directions are getting wise to the
movement on here and we have had enquiries not only lor good
realty buys, but also lor vacant stores to rent, which shows
that some people are awake to the fact that there are big things
[or Revelstoke this coming year, Values are steadily"
,i ing and several of our listings have been advanced dur
ast lew days.
#Now Is the Time to Buy
.
H
got
•   -tmt+v< 'wmmmmm *m*nm
Christmas Slioppii   ii kn lira; Ston
KODAKS
BKl'SH, COMB /»s.» MFRBOH '
MANICURE SETS
Mi S i .1
bews THE I *L ST( I
^^^mm^mm^—^e^^m^m^mmmmmm^a^mtmmmmm.mm*mmmmmmmiim     imp II
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McKII
■IERLAND
•   SnOM
& SUTI
%   ...  i-
$1300
1300
.ISO
1800
2200
2550
,  i-KW SPECIALS FROM OUR LIST
, eel un ' I   ■  Street   well located
ion Feel on Eighth Street .1 snap al
.    1   itreel undei markel value each
rn 1 [ou 1                         ond Sl
■  "ii Third Street
Modern Hou 1   ! ol 50 .   100, FifthStreet 	
ral 1    client lots foi    ilu on   Firsl  Street,
igu,  I "",  ■!' 150   to '•  50.    These
prii      1 I for 1 hort time only.
E. G FOLEY, LianagLi, MacKenzie Avenue
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
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