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MR. FOSTER'S ELECHu..
IS ROW CONCEDED
Reports of a Very Gratifying
Character Presented at the
Meeting of Central Conservative Association at Sidney.
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b  whom he has  not  hitherto    been
■■'it in personal contact. The cam-
"one-lude on Friday evening
D< with a smoking concert at
which . W.    J. Bowser,   Attorney-
General, and      Mr.  Foster   will make
I short addresses.
OBITUARY
PREMIER MAKES
TELLING SPEECH
home   murKets,  widening the    outside   I
mantel,   and opening up fresh supplies
oi raw  material.    The possibilities   oi
the lumiie-i- industry alone would   jus- j
telty us in loosing ahead to the bund-1
ing up   ut   a lurge     and     prosperous
community in this prov nee.
i    After reviewing   the steps taken    by
the Provincial  govern.nent     iu     this
connection   the  Premier said:
"A poliey oi investigation   of    the
JUOGE IS FOUND
GOUTY OF FRAUD
Grand Forks Not Residence of
Justice Clement.— Four Thousand Wrongfully Taken.
That  any disaffection in the Oonserv      The last sad rites in connection with
ranks at Sidney has boon healed   the untimely   death oi  the  late      John
Carmichael, were performed yesterday
afternoon in tho presence of a largo
gathering of friends and relations. The
Brotherhoods of Locomotive Engine -
ers and Firemen, attended in a
hody, each wearing suitable regalia. A
service at the home of Mr. Clayton
Tapping was conducted by Rev. W.C.
Calder and Rev. J.W. Stevenson, at
1:30 p.m. The funeral cortege then
slowly io St.  John's church
stive
and  that a  large  number  of  Liberals,
who bave openly declare! aguin3t tho
(bringing out'of a Liberal candidate at
the  present  time, will support Mr.  W.
W. Foster at the polls, was evident at
the meeting  of the  Central  Oonderva -
live Association  yesterday  at  Sidu.'y,
when supporters from all parts   oi tho
Island- Constituency assembled to com   proceed!
pare notes and to make plans for a fur
ther campaign.
In s'pite of th.' severe gale which
blew the hurricane velocity outside tbo
harbor, delegates began to assemble
hbortiy oeiore noon, and a little later
Mr. Foster aud Mr. F.J. Bittaneourt,
arrived from Port Washington, where
the Conservative Candidate spoke on
TttursOay nigln to the largest audience
that has ever assembled In North Pender 1 -laud.
Among  those  who  were present
the meetdng wer,' Mr.  t*
Mayne   Island;     Capt.  Nye of
Fresh from his % isit to Eastern
Canada, to Europe, and to London,
the financial centre of lhe Empire Sir
Richard McBride before un audience of
business men whieh tilled Dominion
Hull, spoke of the abounding confidence
he had everywhere heard expressed iu
the future of British Columbia. The
speech, whicli was delivered at the ba'i
VAST
Addressim
where Rev.  Mr.  Calder  preached     the   1uet tlJ  inaugurate  the new Chamber 0t   nuve one hundred million
funeral service in  an earnest aud deep- Commerce, na- full of optimism, buoic
ly impressive     manner.   Tho brother- l*'1 "1* by  statements of fact as  io  the
hoods present     completely filled     tho growth, weul:h  and  glowing  develop-
body of the church and afterwards fol- ment "f l,ie province,
lowed the remains of their comrade to Many expressions of satisfaction and
its last resting place,  where Rev. Mr. encouragement were made at the rous-
Stevenson rend tho solemn burial ser- 'ug  sentiment and     con.iuoing argu-
vice.   The     casket   was  uot ered  with menl of the Premier,'who declared tljat
magnificent     floral   offerings, tributes lu** financial depression, which Canada
beiug sent  by eaoh lodge oi which the to tommon with the rest of the world.
deceased hndbeenn member, and also waa Massing through, was B temporary
ut   ''>' n great  many  friends and  relatives
TIMHER WEALTH.
j himself as if be were
answering an inquiring investor
oil*' to know whut there Wus in the
province to jusiily the demand for
large sums ol capital to invest in It,
Sir Richard tool^ up the gieat industries one by one. Of our timber,
wealth he said:
" Dritish Columbia is estimated to
acres of
whieh b5,U00,0CO a'-rt-s are
potential merchuntgblo tim-
The stand oi limber is
at over a<K) billion feet or
The
Ottawa,      Nov.  2U—In the oxhequer
court today, Justice Cassels gave judg
ment   of  Canada  Vs, Hem.   Justice  Clement in the case of the Justice Depart-
as    the   ment, one of the judges of the supreme
uiuai   court, for  the  recovery ol"  the  sum   of
auxi- Astern, t anu
At Banquet  Inaugurating  New  Chamber  of
Commerce.—British Columbia's Bright Past ii»tk ^i ■ vovm is being pursued
by the  provincial  department   iu   those
With Better Prospects for Future. portions 0f h, country that are being
opened up   to colonization    along    the
new ' line* ol   railway,      suoh
Croud  Trim.,   I'acilic,      t ,1.1..
Uuu Northern itailway, *4,550, alleged to have been wrongful-
ihe    Kooteuay Cential and tho Kettle ly obtained from the crown for per di-
Valloy roads,   lu this     tho    province <**"> allowances on the basis of the     de-
wili   have   the  advantage  of', TUI ollicer fondant   being   away from   home ou   ju-
ot the  hydrographic  survey    urg-imizu,- dicial  duty.   The  justice     department
tion,  known as the B.O,  hydrogrupliit charged that   the  defendant, in  obtain-
.-'urvey,  with headquarters at \ ahcou- Ing! theso monies from the eiown, sent
ver,  through  which  the department  of in  certificates from   month to      month
tho  interiol   at Ottawa have undertak- fraudulently  representing that his resi-
al Grand Fozks, B.C., wnile
wns then  residing  In    Van-
of
The
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low.
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Ma. donald of       1De lleC|"M "Apathy  is felt for
t'    der   bereaved family in iheir time of    sot*
island Mr. D.J. Hill, of Galliano Island; Mr. J. Harvey, of Knapp Island;
Mr. A „. Eaton and other delegates
from I:." North Saanich district, Mr.
Fran, Scott* o( Ganges Harbor, and
tin- delegates from Gabriola and Theii- l-i inds   telephoned  thai  owing    tei
the-  boist s  weather they   were    uu-
old'- o make ihe journey, L-ut aU sent
encotiragi accounts ol the Bplendid
suppo which Mr. Foster'.- candidature was receiving In all parts of the
const.  . ney.
Capt. Nye reported that in Pender
Island, the home of the Liberal candi-
date, about 80 per cent of tbe voters of
both parties liuel pledged their uniptal
itiod sup] .rt to the regular Conservative n-jii:;
M'r. Foster, who was at Ganges Har-
boi r u iday when the nominations
were pn posed, has completed a complete Itin - iry of the constituency with
tin ption of   Gabriola und Thetis'
{slants. He left after the meeting for
Nanaimo, from whieh port ne will pro.
ceed to Gabriola for a meetiug which
will i • ..iui today. From thero
b ■ Thi tis,  and Ihence to North
S.il Sprin,', r mr.dug to Sidney on
Tue-.lay :n time for the meeting at
Berqui - Hall, which will be addressed by Hon. William R. Ho s, Minis'ier
of Lands who by   piumj-yd    to   deu,(
'■      k> land m\,      ' "
■ policy oi tiie government
ii nU .iii-wer the crltii isms of Mr. Brewster and the leaders ol the Liberal par-
rageu
forest
actual  or
ber lunds.
estimated
over half    that of    all C.nia.la.
^uullty  is equal   to   the  best   in    the
world,
"British Columbia has unknown but
vast areas of pulp timber in the interior, which will be opened up by
the new railroads, also groat quantities ou the northern part of the Coast
awaiting development. I'he annual
limber cut is 9,300 million feet board
measure,      but  there      is  an     annual
i'i
.innilal cut.      British Columbia     now
i ro
PULI' AND PAPER OUTPUT
lepre.lBlou, which would soou pass an.l
give way to a period oi prosperity —
"greater ihan any We have ever bad
in tbe tast."
The Premier reviewed the timber
resource.-1 fisheries, mines anu water-
power wealth ol the province, anl
.-aid that with three transcontinental
railways -o.iii to be completed,    with
the Panama I anal soon to be opened mier lumber province of Canada
to traffic, and with the interior ol
the province tilling up, the progress
whlchwould iw- made- ,u ihe uexi live
years Would be greater than that
mude' in the last twenty.
Ofher speakers' who addressed the
meeting     were    Mayor   Baxter,     ex-
lealing with each of M:*y°*' VhOUxy, Mr. Herman V. Chase
Mr. J.W. Weait and Mr. K.W. Hoi
land. At the elosaof the meeting ai-
langements wer.- made fo lorm committees to. build up the organization
ol the- uew Vancouver Chamber of
Commerce, aul n^-i-i in the development ol the industrial life of the city
aiiddistricl,
en, with the co-operation of tho British Columbia water rights branch, to
carry on basic hydro graphic Investigation. ,
" As  regai ds      power
contiguous    to    Greater
those of the Western Canada     Power
Company  at Slave Luke  and tho B.C.
ElectricCeiiiipany  at     Bunt/en,      aud
Coquitiam  hues  ar.e     worthy   of   special     mention.     The development     at
Stave lako at present is    26,UUU h,    p.
wiih   several   units   now   iucourso      of
deuce Wa
in   (act In
couver and  wai   therefore njt  entitled
to $0 per diem allowance  under      the
developmeui   Judges act.
Vancouver , The defendant denied that the certificates in question were false or
fraudulent, but were true and correct and made on good faith. He also
alleged that during th-- period in question hi< home mid permanent place
of residence were at Grand Forks and
that be only  temporarily sojourns 1 at
installation that will make available
another 2t,,0ltfl h. p. The final development  of   this  power     will        be
growth  estimated  at 6500   million  ieet
oduced each  vear,  or five  times    the   about  lUH.O l.p     The  present dovol
Merchants and others desiring
tional advertising space In the
Herald for llie Christmas business,
.-'hould lose no lime In applying lo this
ottice for the same, as all available'
spine will shortly I).- taken up. lathe
issue of the Mall Herald,of tbe 13th
inst., there will appear a de&riptlve
Ghristmas articl
the merchants or business men whoad-
vertise in this paper. This article will
be u good ad to eaeh business • house.
So you, Mr. Businessman, who are not
at present among our patrons, insert
your ad at mn'c and thus avail yourself of this free' Christmas advertising
article whieh we will publish in oui
i sue of the 18th,
upment   of   the  B.   0.      Electric      at
ranks second  io Ontario  as'   a lumber   Bunt am and Coquitiam lakes amounts
ducer,    but  will    .-oon    be the   pre-   IO U6.UUU h.p,    while  the  same     com-
20,-
thu
"In 1912 British Columbia rauke.l
fourth in Cunada. The two mills iu
operation used iij.uot) cords, worth
tl93,265.    'this   yielded   18,U00
pany has a steam power  plant of
i ,o  h.p. in  Vancouver city.     In
district  of   Alberni   there' are      many
groat water powers,     while of those in
uso one  at   Jordan  river  on    Yum Ouver Island, for lhc B. C.  Electric, has  reasons for judgment  a'   this,    point,
tons  developed 24,000 h. p.,   and with the  ,)llt having    been pressed by .-ounsol
Vancouver and  oih.-r  places    iu     the
province  elm ing  such  period.
Judge Cass Is decides that Vancouver and not Grand Forks was the defendant's residence during the time
in question and that bein.' so the de-
fendant mu-i repay to the crown the
sums charge I a- per diem allowances
while in Vancouver.
On the allegations  of fraud  against
Judge Clement the judgment -ays:
"1   would   have   gladly   closed      my
je.  both for the crown and  the   lefendant
to   express my  views    on  the    second
HE DOES NOI ADVERTISE
a man  with suul     so
!
SIR RICHARD'S SPEECH iN PART
: In rising to address the meeting
which completely tilled ihe Dominion
Hall, Sir Richard -aid ihat us one
who had taken     some share with the
ue-.vs print paper, wor.n   ntoily    Sl,*   dum n■>"•' "M*ler construction will
Oi 1,01)0.   This  year    British   Columbiu  Velop another liOOO  h.p.
will ran*  third among the provinces,      "As yet it is impossible to estimate question, namely  whether the i
yuebec Urst and Ontario second.    The  '•»<-*   extent   of the marvelous   amount   ant Intentionally endeavored
Hobable production uf- pulp for   1U18 0l  watl'r power in tho province; iuvos- ceive the department  ol
legation  imw in  progress  will eventu-   i''**  re»'    Place of    residence.
nily  ascertain  this.   I might  mention,   '" *-*"' tlCSl "! •">' ability give
however, that  there is today  one mil-   "'" ""  lllis question.
lion h.p.   available at tide water   to-      "Since the trial I  have perused   an
.iay.   On   tbe    Kootenay river, in the  reperused tho   evidence and    exhibits
vicinity of Nelson,     there   is   another a,ul '   aai
hind red thousand     horse power.        ln
iis Water powers the province has
. ompared with source   of Incalculable value     to
taken from  the   future of its industrial life."
i- estimated at i.u,'""* ious and of
news print 45,uuu tons, worth $2,-
5110,000.
"A large quantity of British Co-
tumbla pulp now goes to the Orient,
where there is an immense market;
much al-o goes to the Luitod State-.
The log and lumber using industries
of Briiish Columbia,
other local industries
a
the
to    de-
■ a^    to
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tho conclusion   that  tbe contention of
the crown is well founded, an I I am
unable to relievo the defendant from
the charge."
Be-ont lies thero
■ lead
Who  iie-ve'i   to hiiii-'-lf has  said:
*" My trado of late is getting bud,
l'i; try another ten'iflch ad!"
If ii. '
....,u be, go maik him well,
Kor him no bank account -hall swell, i „, i,..  (  nddrtfggt;d _V0U-   Baia
No angels Watch thc uoldeu stair, llu.^ 1'ie*^^.     ,.j  |mve betU ln   Bn(;.
To welcome homo tlii<  millionaire. ,i»^ [„ „ther parts o: Europe and   m
Tho rutin who never asks for tiado,      , Bagtern Canada,    and  I  wish to tell
Hi local lin.', or  ad displays '
tnsus of  1911,     thow that   in     1SW
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present In   the welfare   liiitwli Columbia had 55 per cenu   o;"
rest  of  thos
anddevelopment  of the provincSi
apprecian I the imitation i(j •-,.• pres-
them  n|.r)U  tha  ques-
I'^'gres- o.   British
;t
RAILWAY  CONSTRUCTION,
ent  an I « Mr,-ss
r then o.    llie   futUI
t olumbia,
Sine) l,
the capiial in industries in '.UC lumber
industry, 5'Jpel* ce-m- of tho employees on salary and wages aud . Ji
percent, of the value of the products
ol   ihe province.
Golden Conservatives
The Premlei  spoke at leng'n ou the
Subject     of     transportation. "Roads,
trails and railways     are-essential   in ,,,..•         ,     .,.,                ,
,,    ,            .. Golden,   B.C.,  Nov.  ^—The   ,
opening  up the province,       he     said, ■,.,..,
..,,,,        ,       ,    ,i:    ,.„, meeting of the Golden Conservative As
'und much hai been done  to  this cud
an  late  year.-.   There basin iuct  beeu
1 ..a- much 'it raged at the -ui
tej  ii, every part of lho   Cares more for rest than Wotldly gain,
port 1 am re
Qjg|rj   .     ...-!  Mi    Poster before leaving  lust  night.   * rhe meeting^   have
been ent* ists tic* and wa have bad.record at' • rid.ince-, everywhere.  My, noui
inati ■* .    wa- proposed  by    Mr.   J.    C.I
La**', of  Gnnges  Harbor, and   -.-onl- I
edb)  <'■'' • Oldham, of Sidney,     audi
■Anion.'*'.'   hundred  men wan  support-!
ed my  petition wen- Mr.  U'.N. Norton,^
of (Sanges; Mr. C. Uaedmnld, of May-1
ne Island;  Mr.  D.  J. Hill, «f Galliano
Is.md    Mr.   A.O.   Wheeler,   ol   Sidney.
Mi. John Brethour, el    Sidney,   and
O.M. Blandy, .,( S.mtb Ball Bpring Island.
"The wilful misrepresentation of Mr.
Foster nud the members ol the governmenl are boing freely circulated
thro*.-'bout the consiiiuen y is having
mor.- t.i do wiih the growing favor of
bis' <-aiulida<:y than anything else'' said
Ml- Harvey, "and tho only question
that now remains is the si/e of the
majority whieh he will receive on December fibb,"
Mr. Fostei is making a personol cam
jmiL'ii of the constituency In order lo be
come acquainted with     those electors
1 Bj ill li fe 8'«! BIKlinilBA
m a
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friends;   let
rude
him
Trea I lejhtly
sound
Disturb his solitude  prof..und,
Here let bim lie in culm  repose,
Unsought except by  men he owes
And  when be     dies,    go  plant
deep
That nothing may disturb his sleep,
Where  no  rude clamor  may   dispel
That quiet that he loved so well.
And ihat the World may know its loss
rlae- i u stone a wreath ol moss,
Aird on a -ton •  ■ 111■ • v<•  "lb-re lies,
A lonil, who .li I not advertise."
I        MARKETS ARE GROWING.
" What is ihe situation in regard to
markets    for      lumber .' Gentlemen
Kuti-h Columbia is the only civil./e.l
country  in the  world  not ovor-cutliug
her forest resources.   She can     afford
io go   ahead  developing   her   lo-.      UUiJ
lumber industries us last as the mar-
The Pa-
yoii that nbio.id there is an abounding confidence in the future of our
province, a confidence lhat oan not
be questioned, The time of financial
depression through which wo, in com*
mon wiib  the rest of the  world,  have   lots can take the product
been passing through,     has     been   a clttc states today   smp approximately
testing time that has proved the ieal  five billion feet to   a   population   oi
confidence that exists in this province  nm million     people     in     the United
in   the mind-     of investors.     Remem-   States prairie states.
bering that we are a long   way   dis-,   "The   three   prairie     provinces
taut from the   financial   centres— wo   Canada have  now   a   population
are8OU0   mile-   away  oven  from      our  o.or one und a third million
own lintiiicial   centres     in     Oanada
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MANNING'S.
Wholesale Retail
When you btij* Candies, buy
Ihe purest. You aro certain
of obtaining fresh made-to-day
goods from our up-to-date
factory. Just taste the ta*l *
of our fresh MarshmaWowa,
whi'h we made enrly thin
morning  at
MANKIND'S.
In    modern      warfare   the      military
aviators are known ai "the men higher
up."
To reduce tho high cost of living
Montreal policemen have clubbed to-
getber and will establish n   co-opera -
live grocery  -tore.
If Our to Let Sign is on Your House
it. is as good as rented, to responsible
tenants. If you wish to rent a bouse,
we can serve you equally well. We
hav e a large acquaintance', and are in
loiieh with tne best afld lnrge-'t property owners in the city, which enables
us io give our clients the b<-si lervioe
that it is possible to get.—J.B. Watson
Healty Co.
Householders  will  !»• interested     in
a very great Impetus In giving means
of communication ■ There are now
some 18,41)0 miles of roa Is aUel trails,
and in the- last   five years J12,00O,Ut)O
basbeen .spent by the province Oil
i oads.
" There are," be added, "now under
construction some 2100 miles of railway, a large pai t oi which is completed,
"A greai many addition- are eon-
stantly being mado to coasting anl
sea-going fleets,'1 he continued, "and
large barbor improvements are being
made especially at Yie-ioria and Vancouver. All these will give additional
people, fHCiiitie8 ,-„|.   th>- manufacturing     in-
nnd   Uritish  Columbia      exports      less ,|l|st|.y    an<i  lt.„der    greater access  to
ihau one milllan ieet to the     prairie mar|{e^ f,,,  product
1'iovinccs.      In   twenty      years       the
growth will be such that British Columbia will be unable io supply alio! "And now, gentlemen, 1 must
this market, as in  ten yours the out- .hide.   This  may   be  .somewhat
will reach   thc annual production ious,     ihis long recital of our provin-
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PREMIER'S  PROPHECY.
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namely Montreal nnd Tmonio—we in
the Par West have had a more dim -
. ult iltuation to face than those countries1 nearer io ihe imuiicial centres,
antl we have faced it and shown to
the worl I the wonderfully strong
community   we are  in this     western of tho forests.
tountry. " Tl"' watern market  ia one   that
" Leu no passing depression that vvill be of great importance in years
visits the whole financial world dis- to come. Europe and Waslcrn Amen-
may  you.      Remember  BritiBh  Colum-   ca  will be available  when thc Panama
bia is the same province that built up  Ounal is opened and our present geog-
0ur hopes a few years ago, except that  raphy     revolutionized,     Japan
it  i-  a   better  developed   mid   a  belter   China    show      ./rent possibility.
organised province than it was   then.   Japan needs more than she can grow, twenty-five   years you   have   worked
it may be true that real estata-which  China has practically not timber. Bri- miracle, of progress^4n   Vancouver, a
is a wholesome  distraction  in lis  way,   tish Columbia is now shipping consul- progress  scarce y   beileveable,   But  lu
most of you a not   un -   arable wootl  pulp to the Orient.     Our nil sen,,,,-    I Say,  gentlemen,    that
bome  morkel  is   good and   must    ex- with  tlle opportunities that he  ahead
pund   with the     opening up   of     our of   11-   for the     development  of     our
provinoe, and the growth of lis popu- trade, through ihe new transcon'Rnent-
Iation.
"The prospect for the future Is   one
that is  of the   brightest.    Tho   present
i--ociation was held recently, at   which
others     were el- ted for    the   ensuing
year, and man; matters di-MU->>-d relative to  the furthering o!  the ,ntei s
e.f the puny iu tin- district.     The attendance wa- lurge, and the     meel
waa replete wub interesting feature
Votes o' confiden .- in the     Govi
ments ol  Hon. R.I..  lio.ei n.    and  Sir
Richard McBride, and in H.G. Parson,
ex-M.P.,  ihe late'  Conservative candidate In Columbia riding,  were passed,
and tne election ,,f officers resulted as
follow-:
ration-: Hon. R.L. Bord in, Sir Rich
urd McBrlde und H.G. Parson, e\-
M.P.P.; he.n president, Dr. J.N. Taylor
president, William Wcnumn; vice-pi
dents. Capt. B.N. Russell, an I D. R.
Roiston; secret ary-treasurer, R.J. Williams; executive committee, C.  Niokol-
on,  in.  J.N. Taylor, A.K.I'. Btubhe,
Haw Bowes, H.G. I'nrson. J. Hender-
-on, J,J. Sutherland, V. Chapman A.
Beattie.  J.T   Wool and CA.  Warren.
cial wealth, but that 1- what we have
to look to at this lime, an I it is U,
the development of our natural wealth
and to tbu building up of our industries that 1 vvisli to direct you at thi-
lime in uir history. Whut volume oi
and prosperity thc next few yeur» maj
and   bring it is     hard  to say.   In  the  past
and I hope to most ot you
profitable distraction — may never
see boom times again like those il has
sen in the past, But real estate activity must be backed by so.no elean-
cul    business  activity   and      develop-
In Saskatchewan hunters are re-
quired to wear n white garb as a mark
of distinction. A hunter who shoots
or wound- uny other per-ton i- liable
t.e a fine of noi leas lhan $500 or moro
1 bun    S1CO0.
■' A11 « » » «  ». ■  >«"a .  m x .  .
GET IT AT Lajj
THE SUGAR BOWL "
the statement of a Berlin si lentiat that ment, and .it is to that 1 wish to draw
coal cun be converted Into a liquid by your %attention tonight
menus  ..i electricity.    It  would  reduce        My   own   belief is   I
the  discomforts  of living   If In-lcad  of porary depression, by making   us
d  „  dark and     dreary look now to the development
tnl lines un.l the opening oi the
numa canal, I believe that if we
vv,    canmake more  progress      j,,
Ta-
wlll
the
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a
PHiflMPIP.fflFBPPffil!*
basements    ,,n  .,  cold  vvlnlry morning
looking for the eoni    ncuttta 'itwouM
be possible to lie in bed nn.l piess a
button llitu Would i-olon-e the lie|iiidti
ed heat.
tem -
all
ol our
il lu-ities and our natural resources
for progress, will in tbe end result in
ihiihing bul good to our province
.md thee people now living in It.' (Ap-
plause),
The  United   State-  department      of -§
depression is only temporary. Tho neu five yeaii
lumber Industry is bound to develop twenty."
by ih' increased population of Canada, nnd especially ol the prairie provin es and British Columbia. The agriculture bus dtscovecad a method
awakening of the Orient, tbe opening by which the pucker can lie taken onl
of (he Panama Canal, and tho gov- ol persimmon-. The alum eflect ls en-
of railway bull-ding in lirely eliminated and the fruil made
,,     making new  »h luscious and palatable as a peach,
eminent  policy
British Columbia
Wc are receiving daily fresh
shipments of Xmas Goods,
Melba's, Lowney's lind Moil's
Clio olates. Now ia th- time
to  select  youi   Xmus  box    ol
Cl olat"8 while our rang    i-
• •omplete. Tbp largest nnd
■ •hoi'-i-i line in ibe ciiy. A
v i-it   will   surprise  you.
GET IT AT
"THE  SUGAR  BOWI. "
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THE   MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 191*
F
gews &rug & Qook J'tore
Open nights Dec. 4,  6,  S, 10, 12, 13, 16.
Every night after Dec.   16 to Xmas Eve*
SPECIAL   THIS   WEEK
Sepia Views of Miller and Eva Lakes Each—75c
Framed Pictures of above Eacli $t .25
Rocky Mountain Calendars Each—50c
Photographic Enlargements of Mount  Robson and
vicinity Each--$2.00
Many fine looal views in beautiful Sepia effects.
^
Xmas Card Stock larger and
XMAS     CARDS,     LABELS,
finer than ever.
and
Tasty Calendars 10c  each,  3
ALL SORTS OF XMAS
for 25c.
TRIMMINC.S
NEW   BOOKS
* Gold *'  Stewart Edward Whyte
' The Woman Thou Gavest Me " HaU Caine
' The Inside of the Cup*' Winston Churchill
* The Way Home "  By Author Inner Shrine
* The Story of Waitstill Baxter " Kate Douglas Wiggin
* The iron Trail "  Rex Bt*;lc1'
* The Broken Halo ' *  Florence Barclay
' The Corystoti Family " Mrs. Humphrey Ward
' The Shaganappi " Miss E. Pauline Johnson
' The Golden Road " L. M. Montgomery
' The Chief of the Ranges " H. A. Cody
' The Law Bringers "   Lancaster
' The Poison Belt " Conan Doyle
Revelstoke Leather Cushions $6.00
Revelstoke Felt Cushions $3-00
Revelstoke Pennants ISc, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.01)
Children's Books and Games.
XMAS STATIONERY
Special Line • 35c, 3 for $1.00
Fancy Cabinets 65c to $2.00
Quality Comes First at
gews' Drug and £ook Store
The *tl&xaJlJL Store
DON'T USE
Acetylene
Benzine
Kerosine
Nitro-Glycerine
or Paraffin
TO BRIGHTEN
UP YOUR
FIRE
USE
COURSIER'S GOAL
FREE
50 Pairs of
English   Kid
Gloves
FREE
**
CITY TRANSFER  COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents.**
and Storage      .    .   .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES'   BUGGIES   AND   SLEIGHS   FOR   SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
In order to popularize our
Real Ostrich Feathers. We
will send absolutely FRER
a pair of well known English Kid Cloves to the first
50 purchasers of our beautiful Real Ostrich Feathers, at
$4 75 or $6.75 each.
Post Free—Worth Double—Post Free
These dainty Ostrich Plumes
are of extra fine fibres and
come in black and white in
two sizes.
14 inch Plume 54.75  or 2 for S8.50
JO inch Plume $6.75 or 2 for $12.75
This offer is only good for a
few days.
Mention color of  plume required and size of gloves.
We   have  a   few   Osprevs    Samples
f.i.50, $6.50 and $8.50,
Send us vour old feathers to
be curled, cleaned or dyed.
Charges moderate.
The   Davison-Grant Millinery
810 Robson Street
VANCOUVER, B. C.
at
TOHN LEE
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
AND
FANCY THINGS
CANADIAN
IMMIGRATION
Sir Thos. Shauyhnessys View
Sir Thomas Shaugnesay is .quoted in
an interview as giving the following
opinion on the outlook in Canada:
'The pause iu the tiow of money to
Oanada has been beneficial in that it
has1 enforced on Canadians that careful
and economical handling of money in
business and in private affairs which
has been the real secret of Canadu's
pust prosperity.
"The How of the immigiation into
Canada cannot coase, for it is due to
economic conditions which show no
sign-  of changing.
"Wages, the price of good land and
the opportunity for work are all in
favor of Canada, as compared with
Europe and the United States, our
former competitor for this immigration is now inclined rather to restrict
than encourage any iullux.
"The poorest laborer coming auto a
new country, such as Canada, is ihe in
carnation of capital, for he brings with
him the capacity to work and to trans
form some undeveloped resources into
a thing which can be used; and thus he
by liis labor creates wealth.
"Canada therefore, must advance the
immigrant for many years to come and
musl continue to provide increased facilities (>f transportation, colonization
and housing.
"To provide such facilities, the Euro
peau capitalist  and  the investor    will,'
in my opinion, continue to furnish the J
money, for owing to the     propaganda
carried  on by the  Dominion,  and   the
piovincial  governments,  the  Canadian
Pacilic  Hadway and other i   ndustrial1
bodies,  for labor and the profitable in-
vestment of capital, the opportunities
in Canada are thoroughly realized   across the water and it is only a tempor
any financial stringency, due chiefly to
the Balkan  war,  which has caused an
apparent     Blackening of suc-h in\est-
meni."
How to lake liood
Care of tour Hair
Prettiest Designs
PILLOW CUSHIONS
DRESSMAKING
FIT GUARANTEED
Legal Forms
LEE
for every purpose are printed JwxllN
and stocked h\ the Mail-Herild fRqnt street,    lower town
Vfiid Sr Youngs
SPECIAL!    SPECIAL!
LADIES' SKIRTS
Ladies' Tweed   Skirts.
This Season's   Styles.
Sale Price        	
LADIES' COATS
Winter Styles. To clear
at ....                  	
$1.75
Special Prices
WINTER   COATS
for girls, 7 to 14 years,
Price to clear	
$5.00
MILLINERY!
All   Millinery   to clear
at	
Special Prices
I J+Heid CSL foxing A
Nothing   spoils  your   good   looks
much as      homely    hair—stringy,  dull-]
colored, harsh.   Nolliing adds to good i
looks so muc has beautiful bair—soft, I
silky,     wavy and   flossy.   No mattei
how  beautiful your hair is now,    you,
can      improve' its good looks Iiy lining
Harmony     Hair     Beautifier.   it yourI
hair is  homely  and  Ugly now.     Harmony Hair Beftutifler will     make     ii I
Hotter, silkier, glossier, more beautiful
in every way. It also makes its easier I
io put up and helps it to "slay put."
It- rich rose odor hides the unpleasant
oily smell of the hair. Harmony Hair
Beautifier is rightly named, it beautifies the hai'*.
Very easy to apply—simply sprinkle
a little on your hair each Lime before
brushing it. li contains no oil. and
will not change the color ,>f the hair,
nor darken gray hair.
To keep your hair and scalp dand-l
"ill f      ,iud     .lean,    u-e    Harmony'
Shampoo.   This  pine liquid ihampoo !
en instantaneous rich lather that!
immediately   penetrates  to every   part!
■ ii hair and scalp, insuring a quick and
.  h Cleansing.    Washed ofl just as
quickly, the entire operation takes only a few momenta.   Containi nothing
en barm the hair; leaves no
harshness ,,i tickiness—just a sweet
•raelling cleanliness,
Both preparations come in odd-shap-
ed,     very   ornamental bottles,     with
II 11 in.my   Hair   Beau-
I     $1 00     Harmony  Shampoo, !i0c.
iti-iy you  in sv-
c,r   yonr   money   hack.      Sold
Ic *h.     oramuntty only at  our -ton—
The-     Rexall store   one ..f     tbs mors
ore   of   ths
inads anel Ureal iiii-
ii ■ ■ in- -ny lab-
glsbrat
and Toili *  Pit
l-<    '- 111 llg
•      ;      hi   .el
-IIK II-
H< ,    ,tly   Mian,  weigh
<in>-   afternoon,
h Park Common
t ibe i.e-n bea   to
to get      up,
the < ITo i    ii.- triad ..   dn
lltlhc
ii  .long and was
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t ,i  e   helps I my |i ■   ,•- I   up mnny   linM '
■ I- ii I).- wii   -ir ml ■ i  than ron ■
mc   l'i gl\i'   ymi
.•plip.l
Shi/ohM
Tha   fumily    rrmrtl.    tnr    CSBSM    unit   Coldn
'SliiMi Miitt  ie   IIUI*   nn,I dews   go much I'
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
COPVRK.NT
No store offers better values
than ours for good, sensible
and useful articles snch as
Safety Razor .Sets, Pocket
Knives, Carving Sets, Scissors,
Tool Sets. Skates, Sleds, Toboggans, Snowshoes, Hockey
Sticks, Parlor Lamps, Rlectric
Lamps, Blectric Irons, Barnes'
Vacuum Cleaners, Carpet
Sweepers, China, Cut Glass,
Jar.linires, Bens GjtI*, Silverware, Watches, Clocks, etc.
Pudding Moulds, Pastry Cutters, Cake Tins. Everything
in Kitchenware.
GROCERIES
Our Grocery Department is, as usual, stocked with New Seasonable Goods of Choicest Quality. Raisins, Peels, Mincemeat, Nuts,
Candied Fruit, Figs, fates, Candies, Christmas Stockings, Christmas
Crackers, (Special) and all kinds oi appetizing things.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to announce that they have opened up offices at the
corner of First Street aud Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and get particulars, and get in on ground floor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
MMi»i»irfMi»i»iiim
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P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/Htvays the   *Best
"ShamrocKl' ^Butter
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
.John McIntyre & SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
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FOR A FEW DAYS
McIntyre Is Offering
Kelley's Com Hakes, per package     10c
Quaker Corn Flakes     10c
Laundry Starch in fancy ' lb. tins     60c
Pure Chicory, real genuine, per package     20c
Brazil Coffee, 3 Ihs. for fl 00
r
The Globe Lumber Co., Ltd.
"County Council of Essex decided to submit a By-law for one million dollars on
January 1st. for concrete roads."
We StocK. Canada Cement
Howson C&> Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson CS> Co., Ltd.
TYPEWRITTEN    CIRCULARS
I
possess the personal note thai ordinary printing lacks. Drop in
the Mail Herald and ink for quotations on our printed facsimile
typewriting Letters, circulars, mailing cards, &c, with all the
< Ifre ttvencis of real typewriting at a fraction of its colt.
J i\
•WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3,1913
THE   MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THRB»*
TO   THE  ladies::
I
I wish to call your attention to the fact that I have secured
the agency for the famons French corset, "Le Furet," direct
from Paris, and cordially invite your inspection.
In elegance, elastic and hygeinic qualities it has no equal.
I daresay, if you'll come and inspect same, that you will say
it is the best you have ever seen.
Get a "Le Furet," the newest and best, from Faris. They
guard your figure, health and purse.
I have about half a do/en samples to show you and it will
take about six weeks after ordering.
H. F. MORTENSEN
LADIES' AND GENT'S
TAILOR
ACROSS FROM THE  "CLUB.
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1856
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,800,000
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A GENERAL BANKING BU8INEM TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT ,.. A
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      iSSUCd
BANK MONEY ORDERS J
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
SHOES!  - SHOES!
A  large shipment  of  Ladies   and
Children's Shoes to hand, including
Ladies' and Children's High Top Button Shoes
Etc., in a nice range ot sizes.
MRS. A. G. CRICK,
FIRST STREET
approval of tho people of the country.
It has affected a trade arrangement
with the West Indies that will un -
doubtedly prove of advantage to the
I'rovince of New Brunswick, in "common with other parts of Canada. It
has revised the Bank Act, and is pre-
paring to introduce the Parcels Post
system. It has made large provision
for the development of the national
ports of Canada, provided terminal elevators for our grain, and reduced the
cable rates: has made the-most ample
lend generous provision ever made since
Confederation for carrying nn the different public services of the country ,
and at the same time has reduced the
public debt and maintained the credit
oi  Canada at  a high standard."
i [HEfai^'aiawfijsM'^iJiHSj^jaiaiariiEiaia
CLA.IRIDS I
I sjaMaisEMaiaMaMSEfSjaEEffijaMsj
MISS  TRYPHOSA  PARKER
Pupil  of  Signor  Giovanni  Cle'rici,  K.
C. I., Hon. R.A.M. of Florence
and London.
Visits    and    receives    Pupils    for
Voice   Production  and  Pianoforte.
For terms, etc., apply.
BOX   306,    111,    FIRST     STREET.
CANADA'S TRADE
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there are still a few people who don't
know what a safe Combination Bell's Bread
and   New Zealand Butter make	
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208 QROCER & BAKER Phone No. 23
Stiil Marching On.
0. B. N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Ofllce: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
W.  H.  WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelatoke
BURGESS    AND    TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B.  C. Land
Surveyors  and  Contructers.
P. 0. Box 347       Kamloopa, B.C.
Branch  Office—Watson   Realty  C«.
REVELSTOKE LODGE,  No.   1083
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
LooK. For
Thu Sign
ffis,, Electric
Mail
Herald <S^^^^ PreSs
It means SATISFACTION in PRICE,
STYLE, QUALITY and DELIVERY.
Let us estimate for your next job, or ask
us for ideas, specimens, information—we
can help you.
We Vrint
Catalogues - Billheads - Cards - Menus
Ball Programs - Books and Booklets
Loose Leaf Account Forms - Envelopes
Programs - Wedding Stationery - Tags
Memorinm Cards   -   Lumber Forms, Etc.
Mail-Herald Electric Press
Revelstoke. B. C. Phone No. 8
Desoite lhe cries ot the blue-ruin calamity bowlors ol the Liberal press,
the traJe of Canada lia- never been
in a more prosperous condition, and
bai shown a big development this yeai
month by month, over 191*-!. A statement issued by Hon. J.D. Reid, Minis-
ter ol Customs, -bows that ior the
montb of October just closed, Cana -
da's exports were considerably in exec-- e.i their Imports nt lioih dutiable
and free _'oods. Tbe exports were —
$57,144,000, while the imports of dut-
lable good were 335/238,000, and ot
tret oods $17,148,000, a tutal of 852,-
851,000. Fm* the month ol October,
1912, lie- Imports ot dutiable and free
goods were $61,045,-000, au.l the exports
$83,785,000.
In the' making up ol the splendid to*
tal of exports tor October last, agriculj School of   Music and   Oratory, under
tural products  take the tirst  place. Do- Direction ot
mastic  agricultural   produce     exports ! PROF. C. 0. BROWNELL
were 32,292,000, as against  810,772,000
toi   October, 1912.   Manufactures  also
.-how an  Increase, being $5,032,000 f«»i*
October last, a- agoinsl $4,112,000   for  p^Mci
the corresponding month oi 1012. There
Is also a  big  Increase  In tbe exports oi
eluiiii- iie animals and  their produce. ,
It,  October  last, $6,587,000  worth were j
exported aB against   $i,(*'J5,noo(or Oct
.Meets every first and third Tuesday
in St. Francis Hall. Visiting breth
ren cordially invited.
A. R. Grant, Die.
H. L. Haug, Sec.
Teaching Piano, Organ, Violin, Voice
Culture for Singing and Speaking,
Coaching Plays and Acting. St.
Hall, on    McKenzie    Avenue.
9ELKIRK     LODGE  12.  1. O.  O. T.
1912. Tho exports of produce ot the
0 berie . mine and forest are about the
Bame as in October,  1912.
The Imports fen* the seven months
ending October 81st last were s3'J0-,544-
000 compared with $380,281,000 tor the
corri ponding period ol 1912. Tlie- .-X
ports foi the jeven months ending Octobei   '.1 1 la 1 of domestic goods  were
$245,549, ompared  wiih 8190,212,
une for the corresponding seven mon -
th-  lasl   yeai
Tbe total
Meets svery Thursday evening Id
Halkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited.
CHAS. NEWSOME, N.O.
JAS. MATHIE, Sac.
KOOTENAY
LODGE.  No,
aud A.  M.
Ji A. F.
Regular meetings are beld in MASONIC TEMPLK. Oddfellows' Hall
on th* Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting hrethren ars
Oanadian trade  tor ,i,e cordially welcome.
■even months of tho present li'-al ye,,i
were $666,165,000 as against $607,542,-1
ono fm the seven months cndini: October 81st, 1912. Tbe total Canadian
trude f..i October last was 8114,582,000
as against $101,277,000 for the month I
ot October, MM.   This is1 a substantial
1
increase.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp. No.
Ml.
BIG THINGS
ACCOMPLISHED
Here is a succinct review of some of
tha things the Borden governmenl has
accomplished  ai  outlined   hy  Hon.   J.
I). Hasan, In hiB speech at the    banquet to bun in Bt, John last week:
"Tbe government, although it has
only Imi'Ii in power two years, has sot-
Ueel the Manitoba boundnry I'uestion,
nnd the qUCttion of lhe boundaries of
Quebec and Ontario, nnd bus done so
en broad constitutional lines and in a
way that ba    met with the universal
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednee-
days    ln each  month  In    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially Invited to attend
JAMES McINTTRH, O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS, Olerk.
COURT     UT.     BEGBIH,   No. 8461.
of I, 0. r.
Meets ln I. 0. O. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera House every second
, and fourth  Monday ln  month. Vieiting brethren cordially welcome!.
H. V. MORGAN. 0. R.
Wll.  S.  OAMRRON,  Ree.-See.
HARVEY, McCARTER & COMPANY
Barristers,  .Solicitors, Eto.
—Offloes—
' Imperial Bank Block, Reveletoke, B.O,
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
SEE
Our Winter Goods on Hand
SLEIGH BELLS
SNOWSHOES
SLEIGHS
Hand Sleighs for the Boys from 75c Up
Snowshoes for  Everybody $2.50 Up
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
PHOTOGEAPHS I
To make a little money go a long way for
Xmas gifts, use photographs. Only a
short time now in which to have that
sitting made. If you cannot come during the day, come in the evening. Results
by our arc lamp are identical with the
best of daylight. NEW STYLES AND
PRICES RIGHT.
REID &d iB^iBTOisr
Successors to E. F. Tucker
COAL COAL COAL
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S   ATISFACTION
G   UARANTEED.
R   ELIABLE
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B   RIGHTLY ;
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S   AFELY.
COAI.
COAI.
Armstrong & Co.
Penetang Shoe Packs, Pack Sacks, Pack
Straps, Rubber Shoes, Horse Covers, Mitts,
Gloves, Trunks, Valises. Hand Bags, Etc.
Boot, Shoes    HarnessRepairin
SIXTH   ANNUAL
Grand Masquerade and Fancy Dress Ball
OPERA   HOUSE,  WEDNESDAY,   DEC. 3, 1913
UNDER AUSPICES OF FIRE BRIGADE No. ONE
Special Music by Orr's Orchestra. Suitable I'ri/rs (warded f<>i beat Couple.
Ladies', Gent's., Comic and Most Original Costumes. r'l>>■ >r reserved llie
entire evening for those ln Pane} Costume only. Ae- the Management consider it only fair to those in costume to be able to enjoy the full benefits ol
iheir efforts.   Those n"i  in costume will In- considered a.-- spec'ators .-mei
must keep ill tlie gallery. These rules will be Strictly enforced, se. ,,,me prepared to enjoy the dance.
Doors Open 8:30.   -   Grand March 9:30 Sharp
T. STEED; Secretary.
S. NEEDHAM. Chief.
e^JefefrrJ
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SHIP YOUR FORJStO
DO YOUI IIH HISINIss DIRECT with Iht tirun i.m e t lu llu- t'.orhi
dcallni exclusively In AMI Mi KH MAW I i.„S
Gel "MoreMoney" lor your FURS
ship Yot'n Fins to "raOBBHT"
nreliatele—rr'epon'lble-safe—Fur ltouso with an unblemished rep-
utai    .e ■ r' moia thanequarterofaoantury," rIoiiiziuc-
ctufulre 'i 11 f sending Fur Shippei prompt—SATISFACTORY
ANU PRI ei ITABLB returns. iVtetc lor "Ufce fcehiibitl Abipptr."
tha only reliable, eici urate market rev.e.ert ar.d pries lisl published
Wrllf. lor It-NOW—H's I III l.
A    R   QUI IRF RT   I-„   23-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE.
f\. D. 3nUDr,l\ 1, inc. p,pt. in Chicago, u.s.a. PAGE FOUP.
THE   MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1913
i     m m	
NEARING   TIIE   MNJ)
,   tno Co itest is drawing to a close, bul this last month is goiiijj,
\.i !,;■ -. .-.- ' .--i one nl the whole Cun'est.     Then-  are  going   t i  be some
surpri
WATCH    THK   LISTS     WATCH    OUR   WINDOWS
eng to clear oul our line of FA.WY CHINA and will offer 10,-
000 voles It everj dollar spent on (foods shown in spci.il window.
Good ' be changed fn-q  ently, so watch for lhe ^.;.t-.-i.»i votes.     Urge
vour friends to buv when this special offer is ou.    High Class China from
bui  - .     '•■■' ies .i ■ '-.. e ;.:. -. iud, Crown  Derby,   Koyal   Doulton,   Coalpoit
an.'. Liu oges
KVERY \OTfi rs GOING TO TEIJL NOW
PUBLISHED   WICHM-SMY    .\Nn
silf ;inv   a I*
RKVKLS'l'ciKK.   II    C
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Local Heading Notices and Business,
locals 10 cents per line each insertion.
Minimum local ad charge 25 cents.
Display advertisements  20  cents per
inch each insertion,  single column.
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
Lega1 advertising ol any form, also
Government and Municipal Notices 12
cents per lini' first insertion au.l 8
cents per line subsequent insertions,
allowing 10 lines io tho ineh.
Applications for Liquor Licenses $5.
Vpplications   for  Transfer   of  li *uor
Licenses  $7.50.
I and purchase notices, $7.00
Water Appli.ation Noli es, up lo
100 -.Minis, $7.*i0, over 100 words in
pi oportion.
All other clasfes of advertising not
niluded in ahove *o he charged at
rate to be arranged with manager e,a
api licniion.
NEWS FROM
FaK ANO NEAR
:;iatc:i.v fltotlita'Mnii c mpanv;
11M ITI l>
J, K.  JOHNSON, Manager,
it Al PH  G.   SORUTON,  Editor.
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1.013
To
mas jnoppers
We extend an invtatiou to m". t i come in d visit rs.
We have to-day tbe finest and incest up-to-date ''or-
in tie Interior ol H c*. I'u'lv equipped with the
Latest Fixtures and heautifully lighted. lieu- you
will fiji.l the largesl and best slock lo select vour
Xinns Gifts from. Combine this with competent and
courteous service and prove thai Xmas sh epping is a
pleasure indeed.    Watch Our Ilmas Ad.
McRae Mercantile Company
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Up lay
ctJcr   jho\jun    in    the
Upper Country.        t0
Diamondx. Cut Gla.
and    Crotvn     "Derby
China.     J»    ->    -•»    o*+
i     J.  Guy Barber.
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'lhe parcel post sy. lem authorised
by Parliamenl is expected to come inin affect about the beginning of the
ilewyear. As th ■ population oi Canada is iiim- altered  ihan thai  of ihe
I nil d State- it is piobable that the
rates may be for lhe present, :1 little
higher in ihi- country. Yet tiie dc.
ereaseln ihe cost of transporting par-
eels of moderate size and weight will
bo such a-to modify seriously bhe direction eei domestic Irade. While the
proposed system of zones wiil probably protect local trader- to s.eiu.' ex-
tentfrom tin- eompet'ition of vast de-
partnii-iital distributing establishments
at iho Chief Canadian centres, it may
l-i- expected that the new system will
wi hn the area of competition in many
directions. It wiil brlngthe individual
purchaser nearer to the best source of
supply, and the individual purchaser
nearer i,. the ultimate customer, Hut
apart from tli ommercial transactions and parcel   posi   handling a great
■ a variety of articles than can now be
sent hy mail, an.I reducing the cost of
transportation, will be ;k. great oonven-
i,  11    ele.    I 111'     W hoh-    i'e . I, llll V     1   y     [> ]'. 111 H 11 ■
:: indlv   ami   ineidmlal  exchanges.
It will  a   "  | i et'-' i   ih.-  people    irom
th- exactions ol     such transportation
ij   ll itliral  or a' title ial  monopolies.
'i ■■       ■       -a   ess  .-, hi." e-d  Iiy
lit at thi
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md a  par
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■ ■'        * es have arouse 1
-
-
jet,  bi
-
The recently discovered Cunadian
i.-l.end near Cape Table disappeared
hefore some enterprising promoter had
lime to stake it out and sell shares
in ihe greatest summer resort on the
Atlantic coast.
It is noticeable that much of the
fljjhting .ii Northern Mexico has taken
j..a ■ i i Uie \ic,nity of Juarez. This
may he due lo tlle fail thai il gives
ih. ei.,,.-. is a chance lb attend the
races  between battles.
"Do you know, Miss Huff, \ have
just   read   of     an   artist      who  painU'J
suehwonderfully lifelike cobwebs on
ihi' celling of his studio that his ser-
vaiil cl-eeiiid an hour to Hying in
in .t h   tlu'in  down'.'''
I. II, I ran i.die.e thai thoro may
possibly have boon such an artist,'1 return ■ I Mis ' li..i:, "hiu there never
v,a- such a servant. '
Hettj Green, the richest woman iu
Amerjcu, pussed her seventy-eighth
birthday last. week. Asked the secret
..I her aood health, she attributed    n
i. ions.       "Tha   strength    of      the
onions, -ay- Hetty, "sills lhc gerniS
e.i- gathers aa .ut tho .streets.'* Airs.
Gredi e:-,, ic--. (I disapproval 'of me
tango.   Bha Uoel-ared tha-c she was still
a cjua.vci- ami llu; Quakers did not be
lice in dan ing. Th,' fashions she
described as 'too fri,dloii.-, too thin
and tno minus material."
Hid 1 ti s i has taken drastic mcas-
.i     i ei  suppress   ihe      "t  n ,,,   cia'z ,"
\'.  llllll     teas    e.el.al   I   ' I   a   lll'lll     gl'lpUU     le-V"
l.n Society. Oi'dera have been issued
I.y ihe cuurl chamberlin that the tango must nol !»' -danced cither a I court
balls, oral any diplomatic functions
where   i , ■     roj all ies
limy I" present. Th • Crown ITinv
an.l ill • ' ..... n i i i; . c ,,i s lat. ly have
been ta ing tango le-Eons from an
. i - (is ii i.si ,. i .;* no.v living in
Berlin. Learning of this the Kaiser,who j
stronglj de.-a.ipioecs .,i all modern
tlanui s, i-'-uc d ids ord irs.
King Alfonso's gen,'ions disposition
and willingness to make a joke tit. Inf
.'., a expense has just been illustrated
again iu his1 treatment of two mounted
policeman who arrested him for speeding. The kino was motoring a few
I a   o and   was   tra ,cHmu   at     high
speed to   bc   here .in   lime   for a   cabinet
meeting when  the two  policemen  Idi
him   up.    'Die king   lol.I  ihem     who  he
v.a-.  Imi   tbey  failed to recognize him,,
at least well enough to satisfy     theii j
consciences.   They insisted that  he ac-
ompallj    ibcin I.i   111.'       ir an st   poii c
'ation.    Here  lh' inspector apologized ,
profusely to the monarch nnd lectured
i-i-    ii ordinates severely. Tho next day
Alfonso sent  ihe men a   box of   Igara
and usked that  tbey both be raised in
rank.
Th re i-  little reason to doubl    that
if Mr.   A-'iinth   had ben   ,-,bl ■   to   draw
up lii-  Heme  Rule BUI on  almost  i ,
.-e ily the sanic lines, say as the British
Columbia Legislature is worked,  much
■    r isenl . i n i o.drsy   woul,I   hu o
• - a   ivotded.   This docs not  mean to
tj  'hat  Sir RMwazd   Curson     woul I
e -   im I.- lii - campaign  ; i I Ister.
H.-would  have  probably done that   in
nj case, but it i- questionable wheth-
would  have roetived rjuite     iho
' Ion   ■       Ii.l   11       till'      I'll'.' 'II
pai  ■        I I in,.n irj     spirit
- i ;i   11  i.r   ;-h .,,    both !
'>     ■- er th ■   Empire  thoro is !
neral  desire    to  divoroe domestic
affairs,     The    va iou
■   their own fodorol
• le  federal  parlia-
i    '      nted   in      s,	
il.    Until Great
i an . i ot.   of
the   rest
e-
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
=^s
FOR RENT!
FINE NEW BRICK STORE with
rooms above for renting; steam
heated throughout. Corner Fourth
Street and Railway Avenue. Lease
given for three years at $75.00 per
month       —       —       —       —
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN I). SI.1BALD, Pass.   Phone 12    J. D   SIBBALD, JR., Site.
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are almost possible if J ou e.i t vour
Bupplv at Ho'sou's, ' r.aci. number
Im ii fruil " lias no place bere, P'resh-
iiesscliaiaclerizesour dairy products,
loo    lm ter, cheese and llie like.
We sell sucb quantities thnt nothing lias a chalice to Kcl stale-.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41 Box 734
EMPRESS THEATRE
FI5H£R & STEVEN 3 PRESENT
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IN ALL HER SCIKTI'.LATtilS SPLEHOOa THAT SEN-
EATIOtlALI.'.ei  HER   ,'IE .'.T.-fD-SilC AKI NC    RUNS  IN
EUROPE
AND
AMERICA
WHERE SHE KAS BEEN VCTED THE  MOST
VIVACIOUS
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Public Schools Attendance
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THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVE
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Christmas
Mews
TO THE CHILDREN OF REVELSTOKE—We have a wire (see the Windows) from SANTA CLAUS
stating positively that he will arrive in Revelstoke on the South train, THURSDAY, DEC. 4th,
He wants all the Children to be at the Depot to meet him. After he takes a ride around town he
will hold a reception on the Second Floor of HUME'S STORE, and has a letter for each boy or girl
who is good- -
MENS CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT I
WOMEN'S BEDROOM SLIPPERS Heavy felt soles, leather
bottom, no heel, plain plaid, camel hair, $2.00
per pair. Plain, solid colors, $1.35; wool plaids,
$1.00 per pair; Jaegar solid colors, $1.80 per pair.
WOMEN'S MOCCASIN SLIPPERS Dark brown leathsr. fur
trimmed, either fur or fleece lined.
Prices, $1.35. $2.25, $3 per pair
MISSES' FELT SUPPERS-Juliette style, medium leather heel,
leather sole, plain red ...	
Price, $1 35 per pair
XMAS SLIPPERS
FOR OL D AND YOUNG
The finest line of felt and leather slippers for men,
women and children that bas ever been shown in lhe city.
Our aim i.s to give the public something appropriate and
useful in the Slipper line for gift purposes. We feel
sure our effort will meet with your approval.
MISSES' PLAIN PLAID SLIPPERS .Ankle strop.
Price   90c per pair
BOYS'  PLAID  FELT  HOUSE  SLIPPER—Felt   sole,
leather covered, Sizes 1 to 5 	
Price—$1.25
WOMEN'S BOUDOIR SLIPPERS-Spring  heel,   black
and tan.
PRICE-$1.50 Per Pair.
WOMEN'S FELT JULIETTES--Either fur or ribbon trimmed,
medium leather heel, flexible leather sole. They
come in Beaver, purple, grey, red, and brown	
Price   $1.75 Per Pair
WOMEN'S ".VELVET JULIETTES Fur trimmed, leather heels,
flexible soles. They come in brown, green and
birch	
Price   $1.75 per pair
MEN'S PULLMAN SLIPPERS-Solid  leather, turn  soles black
or tan.    Price $2.75 per pair. With cushion sole 4*3.
MEN'S OPERA SLIPPERS-Solid   leather, turn soles, black or
tan.
Prices $1.75. $2.25, $3 a pair.
MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS   in plain colors and dark plaids, solid
felt soles, leather covered.
Prices $1.50 to $2 a pair.
MENS GENUINE CAMEL HAIR SLIPPERS —natural
shade, very flexible.
Price $3 a pair,
CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS—in plain plaids and velvets, different shades, leather soles.    Ankle straps.
Prices 50c to 90c a pair.
CHILDREN'S STRAP SLIPPERS—Dark tan leather, fleece
lined, very soft and flexible.
Prices $1.25 and $1.50 a pair.
WOMEN'S FELT BOUDOIR SLIPPERS—Spring heels,
leather soles, large pom-poms; colors green, blue,
purple, red, brown	
PRICES   $1.25 and $1.50 PER PAIR
3
GROCERY AND  CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
Special for Friday and Saturday
Lombard Plums, Per tin  15c
Greengage Plums, Per tin  15c
Strawberries, Per tin....:.  20c
Raspberries,  Per tin  20c
CHRISTMAS   NECESSITIES
i      ie & Blackwell's Candled I'm!    I pound boxes mixed.    Best tiim's made.
onocltieCandied Peels, sold bj tlie pound,
> lierries, pears, apri
cots .ui'l pi un
New ' Ider.
I ip i Iran i I p| li v. !.■ mons,
^   I I   I'.llls.
I   III] le     . nd |
i ; onnd 11
lie in/
New slhpinenl i'n r t (lives ' • pun   ;
mil quart I I
i'n.    i pound |ar» J i inds,   Marmalade
i i nunil I |. ',
md i pound tin-.
MORE CUT GLASS
Including Bowls, Vases. Bon Bon
Dishes. Whipped Cream Bowls, Nut
Bowls, Celery Dishes, Water Sets,
Decanters and Glasses, Butter
Dishes, Salt and Pepper Sets, Vinegar Bottles, Candle Sticks, Fern
Pots, Cream and Sugars.
Two More Shipments of China
Haviland  Limoges,   Bowl    Celery   Dishes,  Pickle Dishes. Spoon Trays, Cream and
Sugars, Tea Pots, ('ake Plates, Comb and Brush Trays.
ENGLISH CHINA    OPEN STOCK DINNERWARE.
97-Piece Dinner Sets Prices from $7.50 to $25.00
Teapots. Milk ,lugs, Cream .lugs, Cups and Saucers, fit I to $6 per Dozen
and lots of other nice pieces too numerous to mention.
NEW GOODS THIS WEEK
25 Pound Pails Mincemcal for hotels. Heinze's Mincemeat by the pound,
Wagstaffe's Mincemeat in 5 Ib.  Pail • Emp eat in 5 lb, pails.
Wethcy's Mincemcal   condensed), by the Package.
NEW  MONTY    Dead man's Comb Honey in Quarl Se tli I  one lb.   Sealers,
NEW JAMS    Robertson's, in 1 Ib. jars and <] Ib. tin<.'  V.   .      fe's, in =, lb. tins,
Carol .Apples, very heavy boxes,     Red Grapes,     G een G rapt  ,     Sweet Potatoes,
Cranberries.
Christie's Biscuits. (. ir 01 Wheat, Bran, Shorts, Oats.
Try Our 00 Coffee. *45c Fer Found.     Try Our Sunbeam Tea, Red, Good, 40c per lb.      Blue, Best, 50c Per Found
j
■■ PAGB SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 101*
Never Too Cold
TO ENJOY A PLUNGE AT
HALYCON  HOT SPRINGS
Where hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health
restorers on the continent. Our record of cures of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled and verified
by our gratified patrons.
Located among the best scenery of Canada, easy of
access. The Sanitarium is handsomely fitted and finished for
comfort and convenience of guests.
Halcyon  Hot   Springs   Sanitarium
Wm. Boyd, Prop., Halcyon, Arrow Lakes.
REVELSTOKE CITY
AND DISTRICT
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H.J.  MCSORLEY. PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath    .    .    .
Resources of Our Inland  Empire.—Revelstoke Geographical  Centre  of Southern   British  Columbia.—Hub of
Timber   Belt.—Mineral Zone.—Agricultural Lands.—
Vast Water Powers.--Government Lands Now Openi
Provide  Homesteads   for 30,000 Prosperous Agricul-1
turists.   Scenic Attractions.   Industrial Possibilities.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Rates $1.00 a Day and Up Phone 1629
Furnished Rooms by the Day, Week or Month
VERNON ROOMS
Mrs. H. J. Hanbury,   -     Proprietress
Steam Heated Throughout.      Housekeeping Suites.
Corner View
and Douglas Streets.
VICTORIA. B. C
Jr>ck* Laughton. Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C,
WINDSOR HOTEL
#    EUROPEAN  PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Ra
REVELSTOKE. B.C.
The inhabitants of British Columbia
are ofteu accused, by those Ignorant ot
the vast resourced of Canada's premier
province, oi being biased In their fore-
casts of lhe future wealth and population of the province, and especially in
regard to that sDetion known as THK
INTERIOR.
There are even people in the Coast
cities, who, whilst (inly too willing to
admit the destiny of their own oent-
ers, are still incapable of doing even
bare justice to that greal Inland Empire, which in the lnsl analysis is the
only justification for the existence of
the entrepot business which alone supports the rainswept seaports of the
I'acitio Coast of Canada.
The dweller alone the ooean shore,
whilst     boasting    of    his pros'perity,
whioh depends    upon  the handling    of.
traffic destined to be consumed in thei
Interior, is foolish indeed to   attempt1
any other explanation of his own pros- j
periiy, save and alone that   the    vast,
development  ot the inside of the con-,
tinent is  the very creation of the sea
and railway born transferring of eom-|
r.:..i lines  by  virtue of which hi~    own
ities are being built
MIXING
One of the irreate3t direct causes of
traffic alor.g our railways running to
the Pacific Coast, is the recent developments in the production ot minerals
throughout th».> Interior of British'
Columbia.
Foremost among these **ank the coal,
Bilver lead,  galena, copper and    other
mines of the district of Kootenay and|
the Crows Nest  Pas- whilst th,' Bim-
llkameen and adjacent territory   presently bei'_ opened up by uew railway
construction is    also commencing    to.
swell the outpul of base and precious
Dnder the    stimulating in-
fluence of this mineral output,   pros-
I    _      :••    and camps,   peo-j
I let', with  th..- most  capable and high-
l bodj •     * dners to   be
a th     '■' ■ linion, have siee ung
ex is tei        within    'he; last     teu
Th 3, are    only    the
great  wealthy    cit-,
- iiii lienl   i apital
by  niagtc, i
pi int.-' which will j
::. ,'    the
'. -  n.iu   being  lo-'
anient
■
.    ..       terior oi British Colum-
'
I he
Fruit •      .
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timbered land, and which, under the
careful systems of reforestation, and
protection now being introduced by
the government, will stand for all
time to come, among the greatest
timber producing areas iu the civilized world. There is scarcely a prominent business man of Revelstoke, or
any other interior town, who has not
In the past made large sums of money
and aidod the development of the country, by helping in some manner to
get this timber out to tho waiting
markets, nnd iu the future as in the
past, ten millions of dollars will
be gained by the wide-awake lumber -
men, workers and dealers of these dis
trii-ts, through the legitimate exploitation of the timber wealth oi our
great province.
CITY OF REVELSTOKE.
Go where you will, you will hnd no
better located point for the site of a
eity than Revelstoke. It is as nearly
as possible in the centre of that great
section ot British Columbia extending
for a length of 350 miles between the
Crow's Nest and B.C. Southern railway s'ystems to the south and the;
routes of the Grand Trunk Paeiflc
and Canadian Northern railways to I
the north.
Prettily    situated    on the Columbia;
river where it is crossed by the main i
line  of  the  Canadian  Pacific  railway,
it is   also the junction with the main
line of the Arrowhead  nn>l  Kootenay
Railway, which connects with thc palatial steamers of  the C.P.R.    on   the'
Arrow Lakes, and with the B.C. Southern,  Columbia  and  Western,  Crow's
Nest   Pass and Great Northern    Railway systems to the south.
As  the  construction  of    the    Grand
Trunk Pacific and  Canadian  Northern
railways   to   the  north   proceeds,     ami
these systems become extended     into
the Cano- River valley and  ihe territory  tributary to  the Big Bend oi the
Columbia, they must seek connections
with the south, and Revelstoke will be
the  point of junctions of the railway
systems  of the future with    those    of
loday  as they traverse the Lrreat val-;
leys    whie h  radiate    east and     wesl, ,
north   nnd  south  from    this  city    as;
thedr common centre.
RAILWAY DEVELOPMENT
Ae proof of the- gigantic plan.- for
railway development centering on Rev-
elstoke a< a great strategetioal trans-
, ertation centre, the Canadian I'acilic
system, Canada's premier transcontinental loutee, haw voted the sum of
$10,000,000 lobe expended "luring the
yeai 1913 to I91S in double tracking:
theii mainline from Oaigary to Itevel-'
ie)k.- and Vancouver, this Ltig.intii-
work involving the building ..f a tun-
peel linden tie- mighty Selkirks, the
rebuilding of the big steel bridge ae.
ross the- i'e.lumbia at Revelstoke, and
, inu* of an additional set ol leei
through the entire mountain section.
. ef this work, for
five years now commenced, Revelstoke
will be the centre and pay station,
whence most of the supplies will he
distributed to the tunnel gangs and
where the wajc bill of approximately
912,800,000 will be disbursed and oircu
lated.
COLUMBIA  RIVER  NAVIGATION.
In addition to these vast schemeB of
railway development, another project
of International importance has recently been commenced, being nothing less
than the rendering suitable for navigation of the world's Seventh largest
river for the entire distance from Revelstoko to the Pacific ocean at Portland
Oregon. The U.S. government have
already spent $.r>,000,000 in work on tho
lower Columbia, and the Dominion
Treasury, at the last Ottawa session,
voted a sum of $20,0011 to pay the expenses of a survey and hydrographical
investigation, which is now actually at
work making a complete chart of tho
upper river from Revelstoke to the International Line. It is proposed to
provide a ten foot channel from Revelstoke down the mighty artery of the
Columbia along which n >h«apest
easiest and natural traffic highway of
the West, the limber and minerals of
B.C., and the wheat of the Northwest,
could l>e flontod ai minimum of cost
and labor, via Portland to the Pacific
ocean. This route has already received the unanimous backing of the Producers and Merchants of Alberta, as
voiced in their resolution at the recent
"Panama Grain Route" convention in
the City of Calgary when the Columbia River Grain Route was officially i
recognised as ., coming factor in the,
transportation situation of North America.
INDUSTRIAL   POSSIBILITIES
While   Revelstoke   thus   occupies     an
exceptionally    strong    position  as    a
tratlic     emporium, its outlook i3 still
brighter from «n industrial and manufacturing  point  of  view.   There    arc j
1,800 milos of timber on the Columbia!
river and its tributaries north of thei
ciiy.   The expenditure  involved  in the
conversion of this  limber into a mar-
keiablc  product   will not   fall far short
of $*J75,00O,00O. |
Water power is plentiful in the vie-in-
ity, the ,-ily having harnessed one
stream to a capacity of 1,800 horse
power, which is ollered for industrial
purposes nt low rates.
In the valleys tributary to Revelstoke are aboul a quarter of „ million
acres ot land of good quality, and
which, when cleared of timber, and
cultivated, is well adapted for fruit-
growing, poultry farming, dairying,
stock raising, and general agriculture. '■
This land is capable of supporting a
rural population of 3n,ooo people.
Extensive and varied mineral de-
posits are known to exist in the neighborhood, and await development.
Cradled amid beautiful se-enes of
mountain nnd glacier, forest-clad hill
and vale', river, stream and lake; favored with an equable climate, Revelstoke is one of the mo-t picturesque
Iy located nf ('.ina'linn cities and an
ideal   town  in which  lo make r,  home.
li i- well lighted, has a high pres-
Rure BUpply of pure water which can
be extended to meet any future requirements, Lionel drainage and scwer-
age, high-class educational .institutions in lhe way o! publio nnd high
schooled, a Y.M.C.A. with a well-
equipped gymnasium, two public parks
fair grounds, race track,    magnificent
summer     park    on Mount    Revelstoko
connected with the city i>y trail, nice
homes nnd     gardens, an 1 in fact   all
the  modern conveniences that  go   to j
make a   town  attractive  from  g   rcsi -
dential point of view. (The great
summer and tourist resorts of the
Rocky Mountains are with.n a few
hburs reach.) Good fishing may be
had in many of the adjacent streams
and lakes. Hunters will find here resorts of big game with reliable guides
at call.
IDEAL  CLIMATE.
Ono of the most valuable assets of
the district is its climate. It is comparatively mild, eipiable according to
the seasons, salubrious, bright and
sunshiny throughout the greater part'
of tho year. The heat is not excessive in midsummer; the evenings are
always pleasantly cool. The winters
are not extreme, the temperature rarely falling below zero, and then not
exceeding ten degrees below for a few
days in midwinter. The natural moisture is sufficient to make irrigation
unnecessary. A more bracing atmosphere it would be difficult to find.
The Government records    show summer and winter range's of temperature
as follows:
.Summer—July,  1909, Maximum  S9 deg
.inly   1909,  Mean. 77 dog;  July 1909
Minimum,  40 deg.:  July, 1000,  Mean
49 dog.
Winter—January,   1910,  Maximum,   40
deg.; Jan. l'JIO, Mean, 27 deg.; Jan.
1910, Minimum,  12 below zero,  Jan.
1010, Mean.  17 above zero.
Precipitation—Summer,   1910,   2.32  in.
rain; Winter,  1910, I.U in. raiu, win
ter,  1910, 22.20 in. snow.
The altitude of Revelstoke is 1,400
feet above sea level, and it is subject to Pacific Coast winds inlluence,
a guarantee of moisture and mildness
varied with tine and sunny weather.
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS.
Among recent developments at Revelstoke, and as additional proof of the
energy and ability of its eitizens nnd
Iheir ultimate faith in the future of
this city anil district, may be mentioned.
SCENIC  CAPITALISATION
The commencement of B unique scenic and tourist attraction, in the shape
of a road to the summit of Mount Rev
elstoke, built expressly for automobile
traffic, and giving access to tho Mount
Rc\elstoke National Park, six thousand feet high and forty-eight. Bquare
miles in extent, presenting a series' of
magnificent views of the Great Selkirk
Mountains, with snow clad peaks, log
fields, glaciers, and the wondrous Columbia River valley, said by world tra
veiled tourists and Mountain Climbers
to surpass the wildest dreams of fancy
for beauty and scenic features.
CAPITAL OF CANADA'S ALPS.
In anticipation of a vast tourist tra
llie', which the exploitation of these
scenic assets and the building of the
promised C.P.R. hotel and Mount Rev
elstoke chalet guarantee for this city
an energetic campaign of advertising
and publicity  has  been inaugurated.
Mrs. Schafer, the world renowned descriptive writer of the Canadian West,
has been engaged to prepare tho mamt
script of a large illustrated booklet de-
Berthing lhe wonders of our surroundings, a strong branch of the National
Travel Association is j,, progress oi
formation and with the Spring of 1911
the eili/ens will embark on a great publi. iiy project, wherein these various items will be placed belore tho public of
North America, and in which scheme
the support of the C.P.R. and all its
agem ie's. is assured, These are a few
ol the reasons why dtlqens of Revel-
slok.' anl District believe in their
home city, and explain the spirit of
optimism which prevadea the air of
Revelstoke anel   surrounding  territory.
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commencing Monday, Nov.  10th, 1913.
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THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE BBVW
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Nicola Court-House.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Court-house, Nicola," will be
received by the Honourable the Minister of Public Works up to noon of Friday, the 12th day of December, 1913',
for the erection and completion of
Court-house at Nicola, in tho Yale
Electoral District.
Plans, specilicatious, contract, aud
forms of lender may be seen on and after the -1th dayof November, 1913,
at the office of W. N. Rolfe, Govern -
ment Agent, Nicola; Robert Gordon,
Government Ageut, Revelstoke; E.T.W.
Pearse, Government Agent, Kamloops;
H. P. Christie, Government Agent,
Ashcroft; J. Mahony, Government Ae^-
ent, Richard and Pender streets, Van-
e,,nvei-; and the Department oi Public
Works,  Victoria.  H.C.
Intending tenderers may, by applying to the un lersigned, obtain one
copy of drawings and specifications for
the sum of ten dollars l$10l, which
amount will be refunded wheu the
I Ians and specifications are returned
iu good order.
Ea'-h proposal must be accompanied
by an accepted hank cheque or certiti-
e'aie of deposit on a chartered bank of
Canada, made payable to the Honourable the Minister of public Works, for
a sum equal to 10 per cent, of lender ,
which shall lx-forfeited if the party ten.
.lerins decline' to enter into contract
when e-alleil upon to do so, or if he fail
to complete the work contracted for.
The cheques or certificates of deposit
of unsuccessful tenderers will lie return
ed to them upon the execution of the
contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made oui on the forms supplied, signed Willi the actual si una ttl re of the ten-
derer,     and   enclosed   in   th.'  envelopes
furnished.
The lowest or any t.-n.i,>r not necessarily accepted.
J.  E.  GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer.
Department  of Publi.' Works,
Victoria. B.C.. November JUt, 1913
One-e a week  to Dec.  loth
December 29,  1913,  for the ereotdon ol
the above named building.
Plans, specifications and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at this Department, at the
office of W. Henderson, Esq., Resident
Architect, Victoria, B.C., and on aP"
plication to Mr. A.J. Chisholm, care-
taken, Public Building, Vancouver,B.C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and sinned with their actual signatures
stating their occupations and places
of residence. In the case of firms, the
actual signature, the nature of the occupation and place of residence of each
member of the firm must be given.
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered bank
payable to the order of the Honourable
the Minister of Public Works, equal
to ten percent. (10 p.c.) of the amount of the tender, whieh will lie forfeited if the person tendering decline to
enter into a contract wheu called upon
to do so, or fail to complete the work
contracted for, If the tender be not
accepted the cheque will be returned.
The Department does not  hind itself
to accept the lowest or uny tender.
By order,
R.  ('. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department  of  Puhlio  Works,
Ottawa,  November  19,   1910.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement  if they insert it    without authority from  the Department.
1st iss. Nov. 29, 2t.
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NOTICE TO  t'ON'TRACTTRS
Merritt  Court-House
Sealed Tenders, subscribed "Ten-
lerfor Merritt Court-house," will be
received by the Honourable the Minister of Public Works up to noon of Wed
nesday, the loth day of December, 1913
for the erection and completion of a
Court-house at Merritt in th.- Yale
Electoral District.
Plans, specifications, contract, and
forms of tender may be seen on and
after the *.'oth day of November, 1913,
at the office of W. N. Rolfe, Govern
ineni Agent, Nicola; R. Gordon, Government Agent, Revelstoke; E.T.W.
Pearse, Government A>*ent, Kamloopa;
H.P. Christie, Government Agent, Ash
croft; J. Mahony, Governmenl Agent,
Vancouver; and the Department of
Publi.   Work-, Victoria.
Intending tenderers can obtain from
the undersigned one  e-npy (,f  the  plans
n I specifications for the sum of ten
dollors (*10), whieh will he refunded
on their return in good order.
Bach proposal must be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or cer -
(ideate of deposit on a chartered bank
of Canada, mnde payable to the Hon-
.iirable the Minister of Public Works,
ior a sum equal to 10 per cent, of ten-
.1.1. Which shall be forfeited if the par-
'y tendering decline to enter into contract when called upon to do so, or If
h fail to complete tba work contracted for. Th.- cheques ot certificates of
deposit of unieccessful tenderers will
l>e returned to them upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on the forms supplied, signed with the actual -ignature of the tenderer, mil enolosed in the envelopes
furnisbod.
The lowest or any tender not ne.-es-
sarily accepted.
J.   E.  GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer
Department nf Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., November  18th, 1913.
. On.v ■  week to Dec  Sth.
Kimm  cna-M.u   tl ll-ltCM
Scaled Tender- addresiod to the uu-
dersigned! ami endorsed "Tender for
Immigration Detention Hos|«ltal Iluild-
ing, Vancouver, B.C.," win i«. reoeived
ii   iln l  ollice until   1  p.m. on Monday.
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL  MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
.a Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
'eerta, the Yukon Territory, thi
\ortn-west Territories ami in u por
tion of the Province of British Col-
luiDlu, may be leased ior a term ol
'.weuty-one years at an anuual rental of $1 an acre. Not more thar
2,560 acres will he leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be mad*
uy the applicant in person to the
Airent or Sub-Agent of the district
ti winch the rights applied for ars
situated.
Tho lease wlll include the coal min-
.nu rights only, but the lessee may
.« permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary for tbs working of
the mine at the rate of $10.00 sd
acre.
in surveyed territory the land must
he described by sections, or legal
sub-divisioni of sections, and in un-
surveyed territory tbe tract applied
'or shall be staked out by the ap -
plicant  himself.
Each applicant must be accompanied hy a fee of $.'. which will be refunded if the rights applied for ar*
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at thf
rate of five cents per ton.
Tbe person operating the mine shall
'urnish tbe Agent with sworn returnt
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay th*
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, sucb
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary cil
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or HuD-agsnt
of Dominion Lands.
W. W.  OORY.
CITV OF REVELSTOKE.
Revision of ihe Voters'    List for   the
Year   1914.
Notice is hereby ,dven that a Court
of Revision will be held at the City
Hall.Revelstoke, B.C.. on the 10th day
of December, 1913, at the hour of 8
p.m. for thc purpose of correcting and
revising the list of voters for the City
of Revelstoke for the year 1914.
Dated this 2*th day of November,
1913.
W. A. GORDON,
Ist iss.  Nov.20 St. Oity Clerk.
TAKE NOTICE
Thnt 1 shall not be responsible for
my debts contra' ted by my wife, Sarah Hest, nee Wilkinsen, who left her
home at Risen Siding, Notch Hill, B.
<*., last December, 1912.
(Signed)
ROBERT BEST,
Notch Hill. B.C., November 20, 1913
Ist is«. Nov.29, lm.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Polioe for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in tho hotel known
as the Glacier House, situate at Glacier, in the Province of British Co -
lumbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
1st Iss. Oc.29, 30d. Applicant
GIL LETTS LYE
EATS DIRT
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to cell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Beaton hotel, situate at Beaton, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
H. NELLIS,
Ist iss.' Oc.2',1,  30d. Applicant
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel licenso to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
us the Halcyon Hot Springs hotel,
situate at Halcyon, in the Province
of British Columbia. 6
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
WILLIAM BOYD,
1st iss.  Oc.29,  30d. Applicant
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
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vS'UETTCOMPANYUMg
2*     -TORONTO ONT.    H°"™J*5
B.C. FIGHTING
ALL PARTIES
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of Doeember next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
ns the Hotel Queens situate at Comaplix, in the Province of British
Columbia
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
J. H.  YOUNG,
1st iss. Oc.29, 30d. Applicant
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that on the
first day of December next application will be mnde to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of
the Hotel License to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Lake-
view Hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in
the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 2.5th day of October, 1913
CHAPMAN AND SMITH.
1st is*s. Oct. 25 one mon.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Eva hotel, situate at Camborne, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
H. G. WARE,
1st iss.  Oc.29, .1(11. Applicant
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notiee is hereby given that, on the
flrst day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in tho hotel known
as the Criterion hotel, situate at
Camborne, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
W. S. RENNIE,
1st iss.  Oc.29. 30d. Applicant
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
Notice is hereby given that, on the
flrst day of December next, application will be made to tho Superintendent of Provincial Polioe for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
arthe Union hotel, situate at Arrowhead in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
W. J. LIGHTBURNE,
1st iss.  Oct. 29,  30d. Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that On the
flrst day of December next, application
will be mado to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for tho grant of a
license for the salo ol liquor by wholesale ln nnd upon the premises known
ns Revelstoke Wine nnd Spirit Company, situate at Revelstoke, B.C. upon the lands described ob Lots 1,8,9,
and 10, Block 98, Map No. G86.
Datod this 30th day of October, 1913
Revelstoke Wine and  Spirit Company,
ALEX GRANT,
Manager.
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Sold for 60 years.
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so promptly and perfectly as you are
at this restaurant. And the service is
only a foretaste of
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is said that tbe way to a man's
heart is through his stomach. We aie
sure to reach yours if you'll drop in
and try our bill of fare. If perfect victuals, perfectly cooked and perfectly
served, will gain your friendship, we
are absolutely sure of yours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. G. THIAKI80N Manager.
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
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CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
W. H. POTTRUFF. I'Ror.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42   -   Night Phone85
E. 6. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP—
Connaught  Ave.   -   Revelstoko
LIQUOR ACT, 191(1.
Notice is hereby given that on tbe
flrst day of December next, application
will be made to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
hotel license to sell liquor by retail in
thc hotel known as I/ardeau hotel, situated nt Comaplix in the Province of
British Columbia.
Dated this 2">th dny of O.tober, 1913
1st iss.  Oc.29,  30d. Applicant.
A. E. JRWRTT,
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that on the
first day of December next, appiica -
tion will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for ft renewal
of the hotel license to Bell liquor by
retail .In thc hotel known as the Arrow
head hotel situated at Arrowhead, In
tho Province of British Columbia.
Dated thin 21>th day of October, 1913
ROBERT CALEY,
1st Iss. Oc.29, 30d. Applicant.
Rates Inquiry Incident.
J.G. McPhillips, K.C., the new representative of British Columbia in the
railway rates ease, afforded the ouly
exciting incident at the resumed inquiry when he practically threatened
to withdraw from the case unless has
request ior an adjournment was ac -
ceded to.
When the proceedings opened Joseph
Bicknell, K.O., senior counsel for the
Dominion government, explained thut
owing to the unavoidable delay experienced in completing the exhibits,
there was no indication on the part of
the railways or the provinces interested as to their attitude in regard to
the Questions submitted by Chairman
Drayton ti the conclusion of the June
pitting. Por ihis the railways and tbe
provinces were of course, not to blame
Mr. Bicknell suggested that they proceed with the examinat.ion of J.P.
Muller, the American rate expert in
regard to the additional exhibits which
he had prepared and which complete
the technical side of the case prepared
by counsel for the Dominion government.
At this point Mr. McPhillips rose and
explained that he had examined these
exhibits and it  would     1»* quite     impossible [or him to  put  forward     the
case of British Columbia.     He quoted
from a statement made by Mr. Muller,
in one of his exhibits submitted      in
Juue, thai    he    (Muller)     had     done
nothing more up to ihat time than to
submit  a certain  amount    of  mathe -
matical  work.   He had made uo suggestions.    So far as he had  been able1
to   figure    by  the   course  of     events !
British     Columbia     was     not     only |
fighting    the railways   but the   other!
provinces  and   the  Dominion    govern-!
ment.   Jt would be absolutely    impos-
Bible for him to properly protect    the
province  unless he was given  at least j
three weeks,    which Chairman    Dray- '
ion  had said counsel should  have    in
order  to properly  study  the new    ex- \
tibits.      Mr.  Drayton remarked    that
the three    weeks mentioned was     not
necessary  for ihe  purpose of      cross -
cxaminlion.
Mr. Bicknell did not think ihat the
counsel ior the British Columbia government had correctly represented the
case. Mr. Muller. he said, had in a
general way suggested a basis of arriving at what profits railways are
entitled to. Mr. McPhillips declared
that the proposal of Mr. Muller was
that the Dritish Columbia rates should
be raised and those of tho prairie
provinces lowered. He could not pre- j
tend to answer this without having i
some time for consideration.
*' We slialf go on, and thointerests j
of British Columbia will bo amply I
protected," remarked Chairman Dray-!
ton. "As tbo case proceeds somo of
the objections raised by Mr. McPhillips -
will no doubt disappear."
Mr. McPhillips, however, was not
satisfied. He desired time to consider'
the whole matter. If his request was1
ignored, he said, bis inclination would j
hn to let it proceed in the' absence of >
the representative ol British Colum-1
bia. I
Chairman Drayton said that
matter what his views might be
cose of British Columbia could
lie prejudicially affected by Mr.
Phillips remaining in it. Tlie board
would do everything in its power to
meet the wishes oi British Columbia.
"All I want is more time." said Mr.
M. -Phillips.
Oanirman Drayton also n-sured Mr.
Me Phillips that Lin interests would
be protected and the incident then
closed.
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IN HEART OF CITV
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uboluti-ly fireproof—concrete* itoei
and marble.
EUROPEAN PLAN—II per day up
With Baths—12 per day ap
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelatoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of worlcinjf clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
requited in vour business.
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Come and look at our Triangle Sad
Irons—guaranteed for ever.
PRICK-6 LB. IRON. $3.90
A.G. DUCK
Kstimates given free.
no
ths
not
Mc-
AFTER THE FIRE ]
you can smile if your loss is backed
up by one of our insuranoe policies
We represent the
BEST   INSURANCE   COMPANIES
nml, while our rates are low, reimbursements are prompt and sure.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid, Manager.
W.   PARRY
AUCTIONEER   AND   VAMER
McKEN/IK AvENIK
CO-OPERATIVE
STORES FAIL
The Calgary News-Telegram, ba   tht
following from Hegina:
The   Saskatchewan   i'linhasiug   Co.,
Limited,  lhu only organization   which
ever attempted Id thi- provinoe to   establish co-operative stores after     the
British  plan, ha-  m "!•• .in  :i- iMjnment
to the Dominion Trust Company, and
will li<- clo-Vd out.   This company -*.ar-
ted at Broadview and has been opcrat
ing 14 stores; at Moose Jaw,  Vibank,
Qu'Appelle, ('n-niVll,   Perelval,     Her-
bert,     RedJacketi     Wapclla.  Wawetn,
W.'lwyn,  Kipling;,  Debuc     and  Whit" -
wood.     The stockholder* bw largely
railway men and fnrmers.
The son oi Lebengula died in poverty
inn Manchester suburb. He had been
a worker in OM of the Lancashire coal
mines. Km some yean he has been
working in a coal mino, and death was
caused b> consumption, which was
accelerated by the fumes of the underground worl.intra. The pntnee appealed for ai'l lo King Bdward and
(he colonial otfl'-c, but his |>etitlon
wni Ignored. He was supported dur-
tng bis illneis by his white wife, an
Irish woman.
HOUSEHOLD SALES
SPECIALLY   CONDUCTED
I BUY EVERYTHING
Xmas   Goods   just   arrived
Cups and Saucers, pcr dozen     $1.25
Plates from  65c np
Fancy Glassware, from 25c np
Ni:u* FURNITURE
Rockers (armed) Mahoganv or Oak	
   ....-l.UO each
Dressers and Stands from S10.50 np
Lounges, from $ 6. 50 up
Bed Springs (new) from $ 2.50 up
Mattresses, from. $ 2.85 up
Compare our l'rices with Kastern firms.
Sewing Machines  for   sale  or   rented
by the month.    Goods stored.
W. PARRY
Auctioneer's Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, B. C.
COMING EVENTS
December 1, One Week—Summer Stock
Company, Empress theatro.
D 'tnber 3rd—Firemen's Annual Mae-
querade Ball, in the opera honse.
Dec. 8—The Pink Lady, at the    Bmpress theatre.
De-ember 10—Tennis  Club  concert,  at
the Empress theatre.
Dee. 23—Matheson, Lang and Britton,
Empress theatre.
StwHohm
The   family   remedy   for   Coughs   and CoMsk
SbUob costs  t.o   little   and does   to much )•• PAGE  SIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, WIS
LOCAL and GENERAL
Mis.  H.H.  M'Vity    will  not.  receive
on  Fridny,  tho 5th inst
The ordinance of baptism will
dispensed at the morning servloa
St. John's church m-xt  Sunday.
be
ATTRACTIONS
AT EMPRESS
There wiil bo several first-class   attractions  at  this  popular  play  house,
during thr n.jxt   few weeks.     Theatregoers will do well to keep   thoir   eye
"'  ..nlhese .-011111103  where   the  theatrical
| news will  be found.
The report of the prize winners nt
the Revelstoke and Arrow Lake- I'oul-
.1 ry Show now in progress in tlii" city,
"will appear in Saturday's issue.
FIRST CLASS  SHOW.
The George H. Summers Co., at the
,       , I Bmpress theatre  this  week recorded a
Rememln'i* the sale of fancy worK and ,
,,,    ,        Igreatsitccess at their performances    on
home cooking in  the  How-son  Block on
Monday      and   Tuesday evenings.   On
Monday  evening     the     "House Next
Door'' was acted In liie^-h class manner
ley all  the performers, special mention.
however, should be made of Mr.     Geo.
I-I.  Summers  himself,  who  represented
Sir   John  Colswold  Buruot.   In      this
A*,, lnesday, December I7th. li will afford a goo I ,-han.e to cret dainty hand
in rd< Christmas erifis, including hand-
kn'   soi ks and mitts.
rhe Ladies'  Auxiliary of St    John's
church  will hold  their  lla/Aiu*  ...  Wed-
■   I ember I7ih. In the' Howson I role Mr,  Summers acted the crusty old
Block.   Dainty  and  useful   aotielei    eei   English nobloman like life und repeated
a phenomenal hit at the Globe theatre
in London. The scenes of "The Pink
Lady'' are laid in the garden of Le
Joli Coucou, a popular res'taurant in
the forest of Compeigne, Frnnle; in an
antique shop in the Rue St. Honole,
Paris, and in that Parisian laud of
Bohemia, on the left bank of the Seine
the Latin Quarter, showing a beauti-
ful ballroom at the Cafe Les Satires .
The story of the play cannot be outlined an a paragraph, but, to put it
briefly, ii concerns the troubles of a
sedate old dealer in antiques who, de-
spite himself, i.s desperately involved in
a gay young Parisian bachelor's eli'orts
to deceive his tinaneee and incidental -
ly to rid himself of a charming inam -
oi'ata of former days, the lady in pink,
"The Pink Lady" will be the ono big
tnusioal comedy treat of the season
Owing to the elabnrate nature of the
production the curtain at the evening
performance will rise promptly ou
time.
STAR   THBATRB    PROGRAM.
<-\ery description will be on sale. There
.v ie- snmething sp,-, i(ll foi the ,-hil
dren, a >-andy tabic and a .-ulinary ta
ble. Some beautiful pieces of hand em
I. . 1 ry will be offered. Hand dressed
•i'.''• and knitted dolls, outfits will al-
■ ive a" attraction,   R. b ishmen -
k     be served afternoon   md evening-.
COMING TO
OPERA HOUSE
elay
HOW I WENT WHALING
A  'ittle squirt    if watei   shot up out
b    sea oil Southern Alaska o
I ,.--■  summer.
"Dar   ll   elsi-ll    b"ll"    Slill!       eei.'     ll
the crow's nest.
The engine  bell  clangs      "lull  speed
ahead" and  the  little  whaler     shout-
:!i  the  le y   wat.1 ■ -   owarl      ihe
f    it  fat monster oi thi   deep,
A figure clad in oilskins
the pilot house. I- it thi
bis way   to lhe  bow?   No
ly brought down the house during the
three ucts. His acting was undoubtedly a mony ihe hest ever seen at Revelstoke. Miss Florence Natol as Lady
Margaret, acted her part with a grtu-e
becoming the play aud is also worthy
.■[ s'pecial mention, while all tbe othi-r
part, were acted with ease by the other performers.
In "The  Boss"  on Tuesday  eveuing
ii  i ible, •.■ven a  greutel success was
achieved by Mr. Summers mid bis ,-om
1'any.
This play represented a cla.-s of political life in New York. Mr. Summers
as Michael H. Regan, quite excelled
limself last evening acting the Irish eon
tractor to perfection. The plot of tho
pla*. was intensely interesting and the
lug audience was carried from one act
io anothei   with great enthusiasm.
Hoih Monday and Tuesday's plays
were well staged every det.il being
closely attended  to.
Special  mehtion should also be made
of the vaudeville introductions by Mi
merge* from   rjharles Whit.hou-.- and  Mi-     Grace
captain    em   uieii.  which  wen   cleverely  and    well
iptain .[,i,-eoted.
To-Night— Evil Power, (a tine Rex
feature, in two parts); Weighed in the
Balance, Binks Advertises for ,i Wife,
I ly  Mayer.
Thursday—The Oath of Com-hita, in
two parts; The Paper Doll; Cooking
ie.r Trouble.
Friday—The Great Aerial Disaster,
in three parts; H.-r Mother's Song;
Frontier Twin-   Heroism.
Saturday—Nero,  and the Burning of
BUSINESS LOCALS
Thousands of Xmas cards to choose
from at Macdonald's drug store.
Reception and evening gowns, Cressman & Co., ladies and men's tailors,
bavo placed in stock some twenty-four
evening dresses, these models are the
original creations of famous French designers and therefore feature the most
up-to-date advanced styles. Call and
see us for your evening dress. —Crewman and Company.
Howson & Co. are showing a most
complete line of childrens' sleighs and
cutters.
All the new books of the year, at
Macdonald's drug store.
A Real Estate Sign, is usually a
finger board to wealth, dt points out
the toad clearer than anything else can
there is money to be made in real estate und lots of it, we have some offers
to make, which will be worth yoijr
while io consider come in today and
look over our lists.—J.B. Watson Realty Company.
Cash in Advance Ij j %•■«'►■»••%■■%.■»■»•»•»■%.•».■%'»/»■».■».•».•%.•«
SEEMEEiaEJSJaMEEEEJSJaJSEEJSlfi) j    Nurse Glonn of Victoria, is the guerft
this week of Mrs.  J. Hopg*ood.
FOR RENT—Eight roomed house,?2D;
Six-roomed lious^e, $30, conveniently
situated.—H.N.  Coursier.
FOR SALE—A iM foot Motor Launch
Seven H.P., Fairbanks engine, with
reverse. Will sell reasonable. Apply
to F.N. Roberts, Arrowhead, B.C.
WANTBD—Smythe's Employment Office, men for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythe's Employment Ot
flee,  First street, Revelstoke, B.C.
Mr. T. Sturdy, general merchant of
Malakwa, -pent Monday in town.
Mrs. Coming's friends will regret to
hear  that she is ill in the hospital.
Mr. R. Howson returned Irom Hal -
cyon the end of last week, not improved much in health.
Mrs. Ross Donaldson and children
left on Monday for a two weeks' vacation in Vernon where they a'e visiting
Mr. Donaldson's parents.
Boys!      Boys!
from Howson's.
Buy your deighs
Xmas' Decorations—lots of it— at
Macdonald's drug store.
Money Orders for sale, payable in
all parts of the World—J. B. WatSoti
Realty   Company.
WANTED-Washing well and carefully The w.O.T.U. will hold iheir regular
done at the Colored Hand Laundry, monthly meeting at  Mrs. Laing',' resl-
McKenzie  and   Victoria   Road,  * one den,e             Frdd        afternoon at 3.311.
299,
WANTED — Nursing, apply to Mrs.
McDonald, Connaught avenue, second door from See ond street, between First and Second streets.
Every  ono    who is interested  in      the
work of the union is invited to attend
Mrs. W.H. Darling of Toronto, ur-
liveliu town early Monday morning.
lo attend  the funeral     of  her  brother.
     Mr.   Jack   Carmichael.   She will      re-
FANCY   DRESS    BALL—The    Fancy  main  foi a  visit  with    Mrs,    Clayton
tl
no'    It'-  a    girl.   You    enn  see     har |    Tonight   ihis .ompany  will present—
bair streaming in tbe bree/e, "Barrier^ Burned Away."    The action
The whaler Is  wiihin forty yards of 0( the play take   place during the yoai
its prey.   The girl sightsthe   nnnon -1 the greal   I  ii a,'o tire took place. Ev.
•lUliOU
like in-tr iiie-ni mounted at thi bow as
a gunner might on a  battleship.      She
waits a  moment.   Then pulls the tnlg-
g ■.   Thi re is a  loud  explosion      Th"
o n    sh.'ois     through the air—It
In   monster  lhe ihai p     poinl
e sleek side of thc whale. The
■ lis rip .' isl In Ids t'esh.     The
-   .nly  half caught.    He i-    too
e   oa' ll     So   the   -treat
■ie-.inizt-d    feature is  allowed
to tow  the ship until exhausted.    For
he drags the lit I lo whalei    be
t I  ■-     up,
It'   exciting   poi t.   A sn an
ly -  '   h *      sec
irning.   Oni
the D    .   ■'■    ■ ■
n
live.
Wh-n  thc whale Is tired  <>it,the lit-
ery  residenl of  Itevelstoke  should   wil
ness iln-  big  toui  ad  play.
Th Mail Heral I ta great pleasure
ui assuring .-i'l them - goers in the city
,ii,l un .undine di I ■ ■ ■■ thai the i b o.
i... 8ummei nm| mj i ona of the
rery  be* *   theal ri mi|  my-   i i evei
visit Revelsto e, every member e,!    the
i ompany '-  a high class actor,
to  wane's    the   i audei illi   p xfi
would be woi i h the i'i ice' of adn
:., 'ii      Tins comp inj   will  also     hold
lhe boards at tne Ein|      i     • r
Thill'-d a.   V ,    '.   -     Ul In
ings,  .'■
l;i_b'.
THK GREAT   10H.N    I wr IN
Si ■: n ei
& Co., a*
Revelstoke Clothing Company
We have purchased the Stock of C. S. McFarland, Howson Block
and are carrying on business in the same stand. We find when taking Stock ejuite a few broken lines which we are offering at remarkable reductions. You will And your size in some of theso lines. We
have daily replenished the stock and it is now as complete as you
would wi-h
Men's Pin. Shirts, ine-luding all sizes, made by such makers as
Clett, Penbody, Van Allen, and Tookes, regular prices $1.25 to $2.25
Sale Priee 65   Cents.
Mens Shoes, in-ludin,: such makers as Dr. Reids, Bell's and
McPherson, whicli regularly sold for *5ti,00 t.> $7.50. Now on s'ale
at $3.95
Men's  Shoes  which  regularly sola for 84.50  to 85.00.  Sale price,
[le they last, $1.95 .,
Men's  Siits  whieh  regularly sold for $25.00 Sale Price $13.90
Boy.'  Shirts.      Sale Price 45 Cents.
'• Big Assortment o! Neckwear which was regular 5'ic-and 75c
Lines.   Sale Price 25  Cents.
Dress Ball, under the auspices of
Fire Brigade No. 1, will be held ot,
December 3rd,  1013. t.d.
i TO RENT—Well heated furnished bedroom?, Victoria Road, Boyle avenue
near C.P.R. Apply A.R. Mail-Herald Office.
Tupping.
Tbe La lies' Aid of St, John varied
ilie'ir program which has lately been all
work an i n, play by holding tbeir regular monthly meetipg in the form of
asocial afternoon. (Iver twenty ladies
enjoyed ten an.l casein th • . hurch pnr-
loi, a  number of guests being  present
iTO    RENT—Two  furni.-hed  bedrooms,]    The "$00
well heated near C.P.R., board   op-  the bome
club moi  lust evening at
Mrs,  J.  Lyons.   Six tab-
tional.      Apply A. R.  Mail-Herald.
ITO RENT—Well heated room, housekeeping privileges; al-o single bed.
room.   Apply   A.R.,   Mail-Herald.
WANTBD—Snow Shoveling or Woodcutting work. Apply 27, Third St.,
City.
les were made up and played for throe,
hours the prizes goinj to Mrs. R. M.
Smythe. who received a Limoges cream
and sugar set, and to Wr. W.A. Sturdy, a Bilk neck scarf. Mrs. Lyons'served the most delicious refreshments, after which Ium in„' was enjoyed for a
shorl  time.
Tlio   first of -i   -erics  of  purloi   meetings which the Political Equality club
propqgo holding this winter,  mot      atthe  home of thc president,  Mrs.  w.A
Sturdy  on Tuesday  afternoon.      Mrs
PIANO LESSONS - t'n the 1st oi
November, Prof. A. De Feo, will
start his ela-s of Piano Lessons in
bis Studio at tbe corner of Second ka*hley Hall, who was the spenkei ai
street and Railway avenue. Phone ,1"* occasion, spoke on the laws offect-
202.   The teacher prefers to teach the  in,-r women and children.   She cited the
pupils at  their own ! omes.
Oet.29, lm.
WANTED—A competent general housemaid. Apply Mrs. R. Howson, Me -
Kcnzie Avenue.
Hevelstoke Clothing Company
Meccano, tbc good strong game for
r,ys, Sold i)t Macdonald's drugstore
vl] Siyes,
■tie ship comes closer.   When wiihin 3o   ,0 Kreat advantage     is John
o.-   i"  ! I, ih      iri    ei      a     in     an I
sends a -mail -Idi whi li    \   odes   ou
impact t bei
An'l i'..1 whal   h ml   Is o   i
•   :-   Mi--     I'-sica
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*.b th- Boston i •;■' ra Ci tup iny.
■:  n*   ■: i li     ne   attei
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way    y hand.
3b tl     i |    ni|
even whales.   D
har Uhips, it gave her thi
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rl  •        ■      \\:\, -i   nd s
if. thl ;'l    Air
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Mi-    Ji   -i a  ' Hern i "-
t! ton   0
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Ji-     aber llth.
;   Tic ■      ton,
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i *     Her Tutors, The
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it
i':i- ■   Waterloo,"
irt ( Part Three, Part
Th *   of them    ale.      a
n  foui   parts;
Beneath  South-
ree parts, In"
''    The Kasie-s". Way lu Make Money and
latest ia to invest ln Peal
o>   the
three
^e^e^e| * ra.'zs      Housemaid
injustice of th" guardianship law     by
which a  mother  hns no  legal  right  to
her children,  thc  father having    powei
io give ihem away if he chooses.     The
doNer law ami other laws were     al a
considered.   Mrs.  Hull illustrated    bei
lalk with  numerous   instance.-      whi'h.
WANTED—By     young   Japanese   boy,   had eome under her     personal  notice
house, work by  tho month,  has    hail  where tl.e laws hfrl deal I  most unfair
experience.    Apply  to     Post office, [y with women, and urged the n   •
Box   llii. Revelstoke, B.C. ty ol women arousing themselves   and
demanding  a voice in  tho  making      ot
lhe I nv-  by which thoy are governed.
A general discussion followed iu which
most of those presenl took pari   with
much enthusiasm.   It was announced
that  another meeting would be     lw-»l>
probably next week In a   lifferenl  dis
trict,
Gold Rang" Lodge, No. 26, Knights
.if Pythias, will meet in future on the
l-t and 3rd Wednesday evetii'ng, and
my 5th Wednesday at % o'clock in Selkirk Hall. Visiting brothers cordially
ited.    A.   E.   Kincaid.  C.C. t.f.
•
the Quickest  wnyj3   ,., ......  L ""'n''''
>v »   16 euml)  |ierc  ,iml
■' -ok   ov.'i   ,,iir  il",-    Wc; are  jn  toucf
^^^^^^■lith the largest Pfbperty Owners ^nd
•        :"ia   io in ilm    Terms
J.B. Wai on **..aU.     ,,
'rder  your   llo,c     ,•, ,„   Anuu.,l,  (;„ls
' ,-.,  3cout, Cus
tomed    eef     and8 \n.!''T' Maodonald's     drug
'■Am '> ill  be  kepi f'.r you.
I
H y
,     'en ir  for   I'inno    or
1     * CO   Brown ill, oi phone
«o 73
.
out SD I
Th" eity of L,
I • \
r ■ if me i
l.aoli '-a.
H' ai!    W- are told tba
o! pl ■■ li . .r. i n'njs
o'  I'     ■ hilo-,     do  ■ ibout
■th'-"'   ; undrs I     v -ti-i-   ■ ■
anl who, on th"
po*:*. l     diseases impound
medirirc-■>,  began  thai — system
o*' bi terog neom
vliic)   ha " only ^^^^^^^
from  our own  phnrniBcono-l
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PINK   i
' an I   ,
mixture*, -ome
itely     I»en expelled
will pre
iini  i ,n     ornedy
...c^s -The  Pink   Udf    with  an,
beroJ New v„,-k .-,„ i ,„,nr|o„ lav,„
'     '»•   *'<"■   '" 1,0,.,,. ,,n
M ,"1'*'  "*"■   "h.   In  ths     company
"W D«B«ugh,     bi »    „„ Bo#talj   ,
';'""■"  Ka*'  r'    Harve,     i
v| Ki ""• ''"hn  Mundy, Rua«dl Len
' "-' D I    " VlonVt, i,	
'■ ' *'"lJ   ■'   HI i, Lee TowneenH
Abbotl Adams,  ,;ae:.   Hftl| B|)d  Mo,       ,
^^^^^^   Inboiale
>V'*'V      detail will    I pfo
wn. the here as at the New Ameterdar       • u ».l
The fearful     a„d    wonderful       0,,
Wnatlon of drugs gi eD i,, ,„„.. mol.
em -lo ton would seem to Indicate
thatthey  itlll belona 'o  -hi hool
of Laodieea.     one    of th„ „„„;,
for wh"h Laodieea was famoui    wn<
*n   oiatment for "strengthening    the
Ban."  whatever thai   may mean   while   mer  Meyer.   .Th,. same
■Battel        Heine .,.*   if|| r;l0re intar9i)  ,(l„ ,,„„ ,„
to the student ,,f Revelation    w„   t|„.  h
Phrygian powder, made In far' from  New y0rk, while the costurr
a peculiar kind „f   tone pressed    into  latest  ,,,,„„,    „,*  ,,„,, ,
tobloid-.     aiterward    powdered     and     Noi a musical play J*
mixed with sfltoe Uflguenl  to be rubbed   has had    such,,  r,ra»
Onthe  eye   a. a WK   for   the      VarfoUl   "The  fin(i   ,,,l(ly..'
«I«-ases  whieh aflliet  the     optic     In   thai   forth"   I„||.
•astern   -ouatriet.   The   world-famouf ona It played tr
Oalen   pwki of both of ih^m   rerne.  New Ameterd
Keen hia pharmacopolea, and la t ,-,.
j •heatfe
tt>< •< i    ie-
j nrninj   , yeai
.rteH-We  voaftie  as
If   wlll  he recalled
^r   part ol  two  seas -
j rTowded hotaei at the
nm  tValrc.     New Yoik,
dfiy atid    iimriim  it snored
sell
1
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i   '   ,
nill,
.
■   I
nii if
Rlee * ■ *   „.
I .t rn.   V«'B,   !   know
te\\\ i," dii'
.
,,.   \n it-    I  "e in   11
,i ,,,   mnn.     • :, I  I   lo not    -"'"     *hy   a
... i mayor, ihould not is to go t
i....] ea-ly   In   pii" of    banqnel       m i
I ^ jo * uppei 1 urn Etoi"!' lo PUl in
more hour* of bard worl tl,| yea.
'han In anv vear of my lite l-'ortun
ately lord mnveri hn''■ not. yet
l.irinod a trade union. I e,|i,.n won-
de.,,ed whit the h.rd mayor, of Lon
.Ion did with their speechf.!. It w,jH
I,. Interesting to havo you, remarks
ieported as often ns a oablnel    mints-
• er    a sort of 'Bownter, day hv day.'"
n<   most up
Oasl io   coast
i    ind Oi mpany
■    lead if    ■ i.oi" I
.       •     Maxlonald'a     drag
,AI.T     DAlo  i    handled  exclusively
a   Revelatoke   I.y   'li*   Hevelstoke Qen
\.-e-n ..'h.   I,td
mo* ■  "i a   h.eise,  its     tho
an    'in   • urih. The   "ash-
•    r run ofl with it. it will no
.I    .    in.   ri,  you've got    it
mdi-r yen-   'huiiib, no   one    ean
■   i  sway from you    There it is   a
01 III.      You'll    le i\ e
io   leep ll   yo i   don''   hnve any
ii a' ' 11    ,nd   nrely th it'   better
.■ ing in pl e '   ui sleep and no
Mmi   t.o ea1      It 1«    decays     Omothing
• .a whi'h you run realise ready money
!■: .-, y vim - m in   i "ni I   ■ art In IHe
with   ,,  trim   Utile   In.a■■!• nn  h iHm      i    I
.anchor.    Wo   have   lhe   ti'un   little houae
and n  small paymenl    will mnk"     it
your.'.—J.H.   Wa'son   Realty  Co.
Tho   best     u|iplv   of      toy   hooks  we
have hod yet, everything np-to*dete at
MacdoBoliTs drug tore.
MORTGAGE) SALE
Under and by virtue of the power.
contained in a certain indenture of
mortgage and a conveyance of the
equity of redemption by way oi mortgage, which documents will be produced ut the time of sale, there will bo ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
":T"'''1  forsale  by public  acution    by     \ ■■■„.,,,„,„.   t, •
W.J.  Law, Sheriff, a,  the C ur,   Ho,,,'   W88 .     "     f"™0*!       "" ^^
Revelatoke, B.C.. on Tuesday the :10th IZ^T^sL U """"'
^yof pe,-ember, U18, »1 the ),0ur ol  two  popular ladies i'oined f"^   "'^
Two o'clock in the afternoon,  the fol-  the entertainment ■*       •
lowii,,.   nrnnarlve i ■   i   , ■" their  fl lentils.   The
low ing pioperu. beautiful b- .
Lois ll  anl in  in  Block 89,  Plan 649 oho." """r '" Mli' !''' A1,'l'",y ww
City of  Kevelstoke.B  .C.   This  proper-,      "v*    ''   kho  occasion, and   receiving
ly jg      v. •■ •    ••      'Vith   hei WflS     Mrs.     t'.H,   Macdonald
...«n «t»".it!.; ii!     Llie corner    of  The   joint hostesses    received     theii
kootei1'." .oi   George street-.   On the gutetsln the lyncious reception    hull,
[i v > isa modern one and one-balf where palms and chrysanthemums, ar
storey frame dwelling with full cement i tlstioally grouped formed a background
basement. Mrs.  McCarty,.one of our pioneer hus
For  terms and      particulars  ot  sale,   tesees,  looked her  usual   gracious    sell
apple to and was handsomely gowned in    black
W. 1. BRjGGS satin with smart toucheB ol corise. Mi
Solicitor, First streot   Revelstoke.B.O. .Macdonald  wus lovely   In a bocomlny
Dated  thii  Mth day of   November, gown ol     vopenhauen blue charmouse.''
Ut. i-t. Nov. .'9 lm     i.ntle     "Topsv * McCarty,    ibe amain/
daughter ol  the  house,  admitted      >' ^
cockerel  guests, nnd waa assisted it lun
Jersey   i,y two littlu (risndt) Mh    UUr
rence and Mis   M-teiie m i>«*
ihreo little maida attired '.
■ ■-1 ic frocks       i ■
were served curly lr_
inaii tables each.
nun
I'M.!.
Bpeaking ol high game,    a
• a t h il   bleed   wa-   -ol I ill   New
Inai weok for J30O0,
r, iiiiui
iiii M
ii l.xw
jnull,     all
in   whn.   im
refreshments
tho miii noon   al
centred    with -peci -
'     "    »WH«1  '"ms I   While
, .   D   ,,"'";' '•»•""»'*""   Th  „, oiol ,  Wai
'" " ""    "" ' "' lh""  ■•">•■•'' Hi.b ,.in*,,cd ou, in    Br1!at ,,o„is of white
:'"   '    'he Duke and Duel ol     Con , and American     Beauty roses on    the
...an...hi  loi  two dmyi, left  for Halifax  mantle- over the Breplaoei      \' hay*
where he  will  rejoin  Iiii ship.   He  was  0f pretty girls assisted In servlii
 *""M"'»i"<Mc   '' In Halaey of the I eluding     M,- Marjorie v ,,     Mlrff.
Official li'.uie   i-Hiinel by ihe
Trunk   Uailway   placed tho  'lining.'     tl
'he-ii   prop ity by   the  tin*  at      Poi t
Union ai 8360,000.
Prince Qeorge of Batiefthu
New   /.''aland.        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
A new o.linane" has be<en issued
m Gibraltar making it an offen o
pun! hnhle by a term ,,f Imprisonment
noi exceeding two years, with or withoul haul labor, to navigate any air
crnlt o\.r any portion of Gibraltar
except  on His Majesty's service.     Tho
irdinance further makes it lawful for
any officer nud other iier-on* acting
in l,,m aid lo ibe at any aircraft y the
ignals given are noi obeyed,
A, suggestion     that  the Prlnos
Wy.ile Cathels,     Mies May  Manning
Mi- Blanche McCarty, Mis- Irene Pro
""""'*  Mi,« O'ud/s  I'm. an   and Mrs
°*   " "    M the piano Mlsl  DhelU
Dickie pioy.-d charmingly several -.-ft
ly modulated melodies during ibe tea
hour. Score cards passed soon after
announced "BOO" and this popu'nr
game absorbed the *i:i*' present for
the next hour. This "a( i,..,,i.-*" was
undoubtedly the mosl InrHy „ttend-
"'I «o"iul affair ever given in our city,
as both hostesses have n Jarc- circle
of   nf   friends   who. notwithstanding       the
Wales shoubl attend ihe official open- inclemency ofthe weather, turned   out
nu.'of th- Panama canal ii under .on- en urns--- to.io (hem i or,   Somelov
aidoratlonby K.in.   George, according sly costumes were w,,rri| KoTW ,,f p,.f<(
to the Liverpool Courier.   Sud, ,-ecog- ty frocka rivalling each other in Death
nitionnf the event would   be popular iy ,,f texture and design,   The prizei
in the  United  States, tho Courior says wore won hy Ml«s Sadie Foot, ,    first
and  would help obllerato =ome of    the and  Miss Myrtle  CaiheN -econ'd.    the
Ill-feeling cmed by the British povern- pretty no trump prlre, whi.h wa'« cut
ment decision a-ainst  offi. ial  partieipa for by Mr«. W.M,  Lawrence nnd    Mrs
tion in the Panama Paclfle' Exposition Aitklns,  was won hy Mm. Lawrence
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