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Vol. 19-.      9rl
REVELSTOKE, B. C, DECEMBER G, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
NEW MAPS FOR THE
GUIDANCE OF SETTLERS
Can See Open Lands at a
Glance
Result of Excellent  System
Lands Department
Victoria, Dec. 2—Eight maps showing the lands open for pre-emption, in
Central and Northern British Columbia, Covering the entire route of tho
P.G.H., and the greater part of that
of tha G.T.P., has just been issued
fromtho survey- branch af the de -
partment of lauds, announced Hon.
mW.R.  Ross, minister of lands,  today.
These maps, which arc to bogiveu
to all intending pre-emptors who make
application, were prepared under the
direction nl Surveyor-General Dawsau
Several of them cover much of the territory in British Columbia lyiujj uo"
tween the Cascades on the west and
Use eastern limit of the Lilloaet     dis -
trict i'ii.ning north from the Dominion railway belt. The eighth map
comprises a large Bection of the Peace
River district  in British Columbia.
Wuu ,,ue >.i those maps in his possession :t,vill now be possible for the
pxoapective land settler, alter Hading
any BUrvey po-'i and thu-, as it wore,
locatnu himself on the map, to tell
at once n hat lands ar* open for pre-
emption and what sections have been
alien v'-.i. Iti- .-liiin.'I that the usu
of the maps will be oi great assistance • pre-emptors m this province,
whom the past have often been put
to soin- trouble in ascertaining     just
, wfauti , - could do taken uplu any
om* district. Un those map- all alienated it i not now available ior preemption are shown in white, tho block
*till open beingin reel. All Purveyed
lands uie also clearly indicated.
BURVIS'-tS BttlNG PUSHED
It tn - Biated loday that the lands
department is> maKiug every snort to
push ii ii-' Biirveys    a- East     as
possible i ,.ider io anticipate -ottlo-
nun in .ee newly opened up districts
and ■    Ive th ■ pre emptors   aud
"aettlei •' basing laud outright aa
mu. h assistance as po liblc in securing i ire homes. In i ii-ns, however, pre-emptor settles upou
un-ei I'd-, so long a he has
propei... iio-in a iioine i.ui or preempt oi in tli".-"' districts colored rod
on ii h" will be quite -aie aud
can | ...   ed with his own Bur
In addition to the pre-emptors maps
already referred to there wua iasuud
this •■• uoiii th ■ "iu. • e.i ib ■ provincial surveys branch u map covering the northeast pi,item of Queen
Ch ,r.... Isi.iiuls, comprising Graham
l-l.ui: in particular.
It t-  the Intention next   year,     announced Hon. Mr. 1(,.     u..,,
lish  el    e n      maps in  uil  for  pre-emp -
tors. i.iu   liij.ui'ii   niuan   miles   ol
Bnti-u Columbia territory. Theso
mai'.- will include the eight already
publiahed, which arc t,, bo revised,
and they will furnish three new maps.
When iliey are in ihe hands of tho
publ; earlj ii'*vi spring, the] will have
covered the entire central portion ot
British Columbia north ol tbo Do-
minion railway belt r>>>m tbe Coast
ran.;" mi in- west to tli.- Rockies ou
the east, thm Including all (he
oounti j in the i U-lnli >• ol the Grand
Trunk Pm in., the Pacific Greal Ku I
nu and thc Canadiaa Northern, ul
which the tide ol iei lie inenl la expected lo Mow to .ni Increasing extent
within the next few yefir-'. One ot ilie
now     maps   i-   lo   Include   Ibe      Trm ■'
Rupert district, while anothei will i o
\er the section^ tributary to Newport.
It is probable also thai Inter on in
tho year a new pre-emptors' map giving an increased proportion of the
Queen Charlottes will be issued, a-'
nlso map- of iho surveyed lections
along   the coasl  line    of  thu mainland
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and of the northern end of  Vancouver
Island.
TO SHOW THE ROADS.
The new pre-emptors maps in addition to showing the land open for
settlement by pre-emption or purchase and tho surveyed areas give all
the known roads and trail- and some
general information.
Tho issuance of specal map- for
intending pre-emptors in the province
was commenced under the direction
of Hon. Mr. Ross iu 1911. Four were
published in thai year, being confined
to the country in the vicinity of tho
G.T.P. right-of-way. to which a good
deal of settlement was lo-ing directed
at that time. In I'.'l*-' the-e four maps
were brought up to date and republish
ed; tb"y then embraced ;l somewhat wider territory. This year four altogether new maps were issued ior additional territory, the original four beiug republished a second time after the neccs
snry improvements wet'e- made. Al -
though ihe same' general principle was'
followed In the publication oi this
year'- maps, th.'y contain several neR
features. Among .>t!i.r things they
give the boundaries of the various
land-recording districts, thus judical -
•ing to the pre-emptor to which otli e
he must  go to   ecoid.
NEW DEGREE SHEET MAPS.
Apart altogether from the various
pre-emptors' map- referred to— those
already issued ior 1913 and tho ones
to be published in 1914—Surveyor -
general Dawson and hi- start haw
also Ih.ou engaged upon the preparation of new degree sheet map- for
ihai part of British Columbia south
of  the  Dominion  r illw iy  belt      This
portion of  th in .      s  more ox-
tensivelj 311 vi;. 1 ind is better
Known than the 11 .r '•■ -in areas', and
these degree she >1 .. 1 .1. prepared
with considerable care in order to
show as much detail ns p.'-ible in
connection v. ith sur eys, roads and
trails, and to ei ral hydro -
graphical information, The circulation ief such maps ns these i- principally oonfln ■ I 0 tho carious districts
. overed by them on 1 they are to an
extent Ihe publii ufot m ition
 didnted   n I hi    ui veya offices.
The intention of the department is
in extend th'--.- more compli te maps
t.. cover ib-- . inn., provin e. Three
sheets were issued this year, eompria -
ins; Duncai River in tbe Kootenay
Kilt River and Pernio, Two more
sheets eoverniej the Windermere dis-
tiie-t are now  under way.
The -urvey- brand 1- also publishing a new s.eries of rompleto and np-
'" date dlfiti [ct map*, wliii h, it is
claimed, wili'-ln.w in detai
ally everything of intere t. geographl-
tillj ••• b Ing.in pvery dl Iri it in the
1 ne. in. ■■.
Musical Treat Prarnl
We have pleasure In announcing ilia'
Mis- Tryphoaa Parker has engaged tho
Mtnpre-     ihi'ai •"  for a  '-on. Brt-re    al
. n Dec. 'Jith    Mi - Parker is a artiste
ui  mii ...x. epi ional traitiing and nbll
iiy as in eu ol    all
ain. worahip at thc shrine of muelo.
Her v.iie-.e i- ,1 brilliant ,n I Hexible bo-
prano, withotii th'- usual fault oi lueh
voice , .viz., lack ol modulation au.l
expressiveness. She will be supported
een the platform by a numlier o:
voices, nin.• of .viiich will be heard tot
i.    mi   lime in R An unu
nail}   Interesting and  varied hm ran
w JI In- presented.
MASQUERADE BALL
A GREAT SUCCESS
Candy Kid; Miss Doris Bennett,Dutch
Cleanser; Mr. J.D. MacDonald, George
111.: Mrs. Maedonell,  Indian Girl; Miss
Irene Procunier, Queen Elizobeth, Miss
Parker,  Countess of Nottingham;  Miss
Isabel Henderson, Duchess of Gloucester;  Miss Elsie Hooley, Baroness  Von
____________ j Hoi-stein: Mr. W. Hardman. Sir Philip
! Sydney;  Miss B.  Hobbs,     Ahazuarus,
Another Social Victory for Fire Brigade No. I.■■ Turkish jester; m..
y-. a-. ■ 1        _•      _•     —.. ^ Bar'  ol  Essex:  Mr.
-Over  One   Hundred   Elegant   Costumes F,,li:,i- Drake,* m.. oo. Hardy,  sir
j Walter Raleigh; Mr.  D- Hamilton,  Sir
Franci- Bacon, Mr. C. Procunler, Earl
to match as Folly and Mrs. Bews    as
SHOP EARLY
FOR XMAS
And Show Thoughtfulness
Thoughtful    people.     a
Greatly Admired.
The Sixth annua
nf No. 1 Firo Brig:
opera house on W
l!rd.
masquerade ball
le, was  held iu the
lue-day     Bvenlng,
Though  somewhat
smaller
Di
ihan usual in point of attendance, the 'B'nn
unanimous opinion of those prosont
Was that it is still tho most interest -
ine event anil premier social success of
the season. Thoro is no douht that
the tremendous crush last year result-
.•■I in a rather unwieldy irowd on the
door, yet, at th • same time there i-
•j tine enthusiasm in numbers alone Buf
Bcient to counteract minor inconveni -
ence-. The dance last Wednesday ev -
• ning, was extremely pleasant from
Hist to last. At no time was thai
"nvei nun," usually associated with
masquerades,  in evidence in any     de-
a dainty Dolly Vardon. Original costumes mado of Mail-Heralds wore vory
1 lever and noticeable. The prize for or
ostume was won by Miss Hughes, as a Flower Girl, dressed in Hungarian brand sa.'ks.
Mr. Rory McLennan won the gentleman's prize as young Lochinvar. ami
was certainly a splendid looking High-
landman in full dress costume of green
and black Gordon tartan. Tho best
comic costume was awarded to Mr.
Monk as a Jewish Peddler, and who
looked and acted the pan to perfection
Before twelve o'clock the. gentlemen
were requested to chose an unknown
partner for the unmasking lancers,
which was  followed    by lbe u-ual stir-
of Leicester, Mi-'s K. Roberts, Lady
Katherine; Mr. Wilson, Mr, Anstie, Mr
L. V. Wood, Mr. K. Bet/, Mr. Barrey,
Hhlte Friars; Mrs. Wil-on, MrB. Anstie, Mrs. Wood, Miss Wilson, Nuns.
COUNTY
ORANGE
LODGE
grec, yet a   spirit of     keen on.oyment   prise
seemed to prevade tbe assembly,
The decorations ,.f the ball elicited
admiration from everyone. A large
"welcome*' greeted the eye from above
the stage. Beneath were Bremen's specialties, long ladders and ho-e reel-. A
canopy of red overhung the central
chandelier ami radiating irom It WCM
iiery streamers oi red bunting. Green
and red lights alternated below and
a band of L'nion Jinks on. -in-led the
Galleries.
Shortly before u-n o'clock to the
music ol Oir's orchestra, the' Grand
March w.,- led off by Floor Master Rl
Gordon, aboul 3lxty couples tailing In
line. When the lancers formed afe: -
wards a vision ol kaleidescopic beauty
was presented to the onlookers a- the
many jorgeous and brilliant costumes
of all ranks ami periods mingled in
the mazes of the dan-e.
\   decided  preference  for  ihe  beauti-
Formed at Salmon Arm Last
Wednesday Night.- A. Johnson First County Master.
Simper was -erved hy a most attentive corps of vv liter- irom N'o. 1 Brigade and enjoyed as only homo made
sandwiches and cake- are appreciated.
Mr. H. X. Coursier WaB then called
to the platform to present tho prizes,
on which the lC'i or so spectators in
the. gallery Ind previously Voted on,
suitable cards distributed for ihat pur
pos... Mr. Coursier in a brief speech,
commented on the decorations, the
beauty of the costumes worn and the
excellence of the prizes, Ho then proceeded te> award these 10 the successful
maskers as follows:
Best Lady—Mr-. C. Holten. B silver
cream and sugar sei ina silver tray.   I
"Best Couple—Miss Bibbald aad Mr.
Sibbald, a .111 glass tray and cut glass
silver mounted tobacco jar. |
Best Gentleman—Mr. Rory McLennan
nn electric reading lamp.
Best   Comic—Mr.    MonK,  an  elec iri-
-Miss   Hughes,  a    cut
fui   rather   than the grotesque,   was Hash light,
shown  in  ihe'  mas'.or-  choice oi .-osi - JJest   original-
ume-. wild men, tramps and rubes were glass vas.-.
conspicuously  absent,  while courtiers, A  liitlc alter  ihro.   in the morning,
kings and cavaliers of all ages rubbed ihe dan •■     program   ..nded wiih tho
.mi  made all  centuries     the home waltz, all too soon for most   of
present.      The   ladles    costumes were those present, and  thn annual     mas-
many ..' them marvel-oi beauty   ami oueradc ball was over.
liehnc-'s.      othets    gave    evidence  of
many un hour- thought  at
A County I..,dge of the Loyal Or-
aiue Association was organized at
Salmon Arm on Wednesday evening
last, to be known as the "Main Lin?
Contral County Lodge." Thero wero
present in person thirty-eight delegates
from Arrowhead, Revelstoll
loops. Notch Hill and Salmon Arm.
J.W. Whiteley, organizer for tho Orange Association for British Columbia
presided, Aitter organization was completed the following officers were elected for tho year  l'Jll:
Arthur  Johnson.   W.M.,  Revol-'ioke.
E. K. Johnston, D.M., Salmon Arm.
Rev,  M. 1'lnllips, Chap., Arrowhead.
W.  Scott, Roc.-Sec., Kamloops.
D.J.  Smith,  Fin.,. Sec,  Notch Hill.
Halph Simpson, Treas., Arrowhead.
II   Wilkinson, Lee, Kamloops.
W.M. Buch, D. Lees Rovelstoke.
J.H.  Miller,  D. Lcc, Salmon Arm.
R. D. Davies. D. of C, N'ntch Hill.
Aft>r the election  Bro. Whiteley    In-
re becoming
Douglas MeCarter more and more considerate, as the
knowledge ..f th.- facts i- forced upon
ihem, of the happiness ol those who
nre employed in stores during the
Christmas =v.ison. I'ntil .pine recently
the subject received little considera-
lion cither from employer or cus-
tomer, and '.'iris were kept at theii
post-, regardle-s of ihe hour »o long
as custom continued to come.
During the past few years, however,
public sentiment on ihe subject has
been     aroused,     managers have como
1 highly   considerate in   most instances ,
and it is but  through  the  thoughtless-
ness, selfishness, or deliberate laziness
ofthe luildie' tli a  (he few days precod-
■ iiiL' Christmas  day retain  any of their
old   timo driuU  ry,  long hours,     and
exhausting   rush,   Christmas   shopping
ran be done a month belore Christmas
just as  well as   Hue.'  or four days    bo-
I fore, ami the holi lay-maker who makes a point of purchasing presents and
Christmas decorations and edibles long
in a Ivanco of the time will 1 n 1 that
not ..nly is hi- ovvn pl asure increased,
Iuu the, hap] in.- of all ' 10s 1 who
serve him.
For example:     Must ,,:     the     dry
oods Bt -  have,    in  ihe      ordinary
Kam-   w:lJ* a '""-''r day than most business
men undertake.   Commencing at    8*30
in the morning il.e- clerks remain     at
their posts, with the exception of  the
luncheon recess, until 5:30 or 6 in the
afternoon.      In Christmas    vve -k     the
hours  kave to  bo  much  longer;    most
of the l>ilt stores     gui le the    tin
the amount of custom thai  comes   in,
but knowing    the tardy    character of
the shopper  thoy common c  their late.
rule   some    dav-     |> .fore      Chi
'lie    Saturday   preceding     (.'hri-trn i-
this year probably   will -■<• the
men e'm.'iit of th- rule in 11 ost  pla es,
and the -hop   assistants    in the   ma-
jority  of stores      will   I.a'. e    lo
duty until J:S0, 10, or 10:30.     Bul  tbe
public cm help a great deal bj
in^n resolution    thai  they will     do
their shopping In     the regul r   hours.
tin I
IN COSTUME,
stalled the   illi. ers,   who wero  then   in
vited I.y the Salmon Arm brethren to  If   th" mat ihe stores
a splendid  luncheon  served in  the hnll.   that come
One "!
Was lh
they
ihe  features   of  ilie    lunbeon,   will not  keep   ..pen.      Late  hour
display ol Salmon Ann apples  Chrietmac Eve,    pr led by a    bird
voted 10 e renting
Iglnnlity, of the-'
inasterpie" ■    oi  o
Mr,   I'..  Cordon, Knight  oi Pythias;
thc finest in  the west, and to     whi h
thc visiting brethren  were invited    to
exacting day. hav.-an  Inclination    to
spoil     anyone's     Christmas !       Th-
latter, the costumes  Mies Smyth.-. Gypsy; J. Hammersley,  partake nnd whoso pockets were alter-  bookstore* usually dose a< 6
in.in;   Ml -.   rloltcn,   Joan   ol  Ar- .   Mr,
.1. Guy Barber, Spanish gentloman;
Mi . .1. '.e'diii, Mural Cigarettes; Mr.
.1 Caliin, Cigar man; Miss I,. Davidson, Moorish lady; Mr, H.Monk, Solomon  Levi;    Mr. H.  Viney, stable hoy;
li
\k Pink Lady"
!»i Wli.'ii  y..ii   huy   Candi.-, buy 1)
\M, thc   purest.    Yoll    are    certain 1
[■I of obtaining (ie-1,   made-io da\ ai
'■I gOllll           f IOI II           Olll      ll)'   tel  llllll' ■
[■! factory.   .Iui   tate  the  ta te «i
ID of our   fro li     Mm Inn 1II0W-, ■
[■1 whieh     we     mndo   early thia |
P morning  nl '■!
i>i m
[M] MANNING'S. W
i ■
IP W iai . . n . M M |h' In; 1. . . rt •«
The only Ameri an playwright   who
bas received the unstinted praise     of
the London critics and th.   wholesale..
approval ol the English publi   i- C.
M.S. MoLellan, author oi "The   Peak
Lndy,-' whieh  John C.  Fisher will pre-
 t it   the ECmpreta theatre, Monday,
lice-, -tth.
Ten yeai-  age,  M I.ellan broke     tbe
iee for  American pro I l ts on  the English    I age With  bis  remarkable    tli   •■
•The Belle oi  NeW York.'   which made
K'lii,i   May the  toast   ..'  London  town.
ll.. thi 11 followed 'hi-  wuh -11 li dra -
111 iin-   mi 1 Clfi s .1 l.'-ai.   Kle-cbna, "
md * Jn,bib Zaroine." Then came
hi in.■! phenomenal -1 -ess, " The
Pink Lady.*' He he- -inc.. f.elloweil
tin- wni, "Oh t>b. Delpbtne." Many
member* eef lhe Vw York ami Lon-
imi companion who appeared In "Tbo
I'iii'e l.a.ly" vvill be witl Mr, Pisher'i
production of    th"   melodiou* comedy
here      l> an   Cai fil    Ud   'he   tiiueie,
worn by Mi. and Mrs. .loe Ca lin Were
perhaps the most remarkable. They
were Mrs. Caliin'- work and 10.11 the
lighted lanterns on their heads 10 the
■ute trimming, matches, boxes,
bbon . etc., were really wonderful.
Ceiiiii'   . ostumes were  -• aroe but  su h
as   were   there acted and   drc-*-'-el     well.
\e,- the least pii turesquo feature ol
tho ball wns ih,. attendanc ol two
l.uge partiesii responding costumes. A -ei .ef lau .1 - formed of white
in.'cl.-d nuns nil monks proved ou
unmasking to be the stafl ol the Foresl
Mills Co., .villi tl.e'ie ladio . A tableau  group  1 •-1 ni in.   the . oui 1     ol
Queen El.izabeth     with bei  lame- and   Misa Crowe, Qi|   .   M
' ers,  L'luiii'.'d  aroun I tier throne
wa   lhc m rikingly ai tisti   ide , ,,( Lhe
ter'    v.nm:' p< opie.   Thii gieeup
w   I      ..'li'l, one   lllo   I    ll Ui'l  'UU'l>       W   '
. i. Mi 1 [rone Procuniei as the
'..ok.-I handsomely    regal    In   1     1 iob
crimson i.t." a 1.   wiih  -nl.lc  trimmings
n.l v.as 11 1 ivorite in  the 1 nten nl lho
-i"otii"us.   Dougla    McCnrtei   -.,     11.-*>
young earl ol Bases, wai anothei  Is
oi ite in a  beautiful  1 0 lume ol     palo
i lue and white.
Tho wuu,in.e  bull s  0 innio was worn
lev     vh-.   elms,  llolte-n,    representing
.le.an ol Arc.   The dress ol bright blue
nnd silver with silver helmet and rfword  Ing, Persian
wax very pretty and de   I*.-illy admit    Domino;     Mi
ed.   Mi--*  Mamie Fleming a   1
Salmon  Ann valley an* -o proud. until  l"   i'i
Luncle on over iho brethren uiiaiii ns-  during Chri
Sunshine girl; Alox. McRae. sr., Mika-
de, of Japan; Mrs. Ales McRae. the
Rose '.:' I*'ali." Ralph Lawrence, I'hin
ic lady; Mrs. Ralph Lawrence, San
Toy; Miss Lyda Stead, Shepherdess;
Mi-. Lewi- Masson, Night; Mrs. H.R.
Nelson, Mail-Herald; Mrs. D. Howard.
Mail-Herald; Mrs, Laird. Japanese
lady; Mr, Lane,     oil English gentle-  Whiteley, the Provincial organize!
ward   iiiiii with those big winter ban-  or     CiMO .   The     Saturday        before
.-ma apples ol which ih" puul!'of   the Christmas Ihey will likely keep     open
■nnl
tho  usual ■
Sembled In thoir lodge room where
-hort ael.be -■ were delivered by the
members present, A hearty vote oi
thanks was  tendered  to Uro.      J.  W.
for
ol       u-toin i- antiripati i niir'nt.
Hero     to,, the     same     •■■ n-id-    I
mighl   have a  Well om.
1 e    wh . haa bvi ■ v.   ted     the
-fore-       know-     lh"  crowd     that      ed-
in and     out    for   .
ibe' association of .his province.      A  Christmas,   Notoi
vote  of     thank    tothe Salmon Arm  mai ouM    be    more    tl   a
lodge for their kindness to the    dole-  pleas d to   see the Chri ti
gates was passed.   The cr-t 1 ting oi 'in_  his purebn a     the
Ihe tt"w coiiiiiy lodge will be hold   at   **ai in i,rdei
hi
splendid work in     connection with
Mr.  .lolm     Brown,   Old Bngluhman;  Slllllnn Arraon  the firsl    Tuesday in   tb fie Christmas rush   1
Haug, it.N.W.
Mounted  Polico      Mr,  Kri.    Robbins,
Clown   Mi-- M.C. Myre, Sp.e„i h Lady
Mi a Clare Pi isoi. Pii rrol; Mi-- Ca !
le  Kia-ei.  l'i,•in,'     Ml     Uury   McLen -
nui. Lochinvar; Mr A.H Holt, 1 ncl«
Bam;  Mr.  II   Byrne, Clown, Mr. Ot
* 1 on. En li h 1.1b .1" dab; Mr. Qeo
McCartor, dloi Mi Qoo MeCarter,
Polls. Mr, ll. Mi \ 1 ,, in .an Prince;
February,whon Important  matters
. ome up far  li
will
City Council Meeting ,
\ regul 11  in.■■ I ii d ..;' the   i*v
was held al  i'i .    I,   i       1,11       Kr.elav
night, whon thoro a  ro pn ent   thi Me
among
limes     tin
i-i customer .1 ..    not turn oul  ■■ a  '
wllh h there
I" ill;.!'-   houi     .,(   worl   foi   tl"
tanis    1 p "1 g    for   tb    following
day
il |t      I'ell
■     ■
Mi     11   MeVity, Swiss Pea-ant; Mi ■ yor, Mr, Kilpatri k,  klderra n '■'
ii.udv.  l'o.11 ictt.i   Mi     Marshall, Cn
ai 1 ii'ii'i   Mi     Mo don. Quaker gu I;
Mr. W.  Voitb. Players Cigarette' Ml
Hyatt, Gypsy;     Mr.    Lang,   Domino;
Mi    Mi Lean,  sir  Kni.bt:   Mi     Flora
Princess;   Ml     Q
Ponparo, Undo Hilly.
Persian   Mia    Rlioda  Young, Choru   girl;   Mr,
very beautiful es - "■ Bews, Domino; Mr 11. Ben . Dol
every detail. Miss ly Vardon; Mr, Jack Bibbnld, Indian
led puudrr lu-ttime, chief; Miss Sibbald, Indian Pnlnce .
Mr. W. S uuer, Dav id derrick; Mrs.
Knox. Sh.|.li,rile-. Mr. II Maxwell,
Mis- Rube; Mi-- I'ieron. Marguerite;
Mi ruik-hnnk-'. Caster, Mi-s Losper-
nii'0; Qyp 1 ■. Mr, 0, Bishop, Mandarin
Mr. L. Wisen.'i. Did Knglish: Mr. c.
ri in ■ .'. ore a
1 nine, complete in
A, Fraser loo in a
wa- a general favorite and with hor
partner Charles iho Second, rnmonoai
winning the prize for the best oou •
pie. ThUwai awarded to Mi- ffath ■
leen Sibbald and Mr. Jack Blbbald In
perfectly iimt'lnil  Indian costumes,   n
III.    Me    ||    ||  Salmon  Aim, and R.
Iiune m ,,(  Clatiwilliam   aie  in  town
fm m of fancy dress Whioh i- always Mullm, LouU Xl\'; Mr. B.O, Wood-
highly in fuvor with Canadian audien land, Charles il.; Mi-s A. frasor, Maces, Thore wore many olhoi charming dame Pompadour; Miss Mullnr, Night;
lv garbed maskers, among which a Ml ■ Hughes, Uoyal Hungarian; Mr.
few noticeable ones were Mra, MeVity Bandy McRae, |r,, Blgnor Don Ram
as a BwU pea-ant. Mi-. K.O. McRao erlc«; Mr-. Monk, su Flopkln . Mr .
1, the rim"'- ol Bhong, th' Mlssei K.O, McRae, Prinoeai ofBbong; Mr,
Frasei in black and while sn'in, ns K.O. McRae, Itu -inn llu ,1. Mr. II.
I'ieiroi-, Mis- Hynlt, Mis- Crowe and Tlionip-on, Page uf Victoria Mr, 0,
Mi Lesperanre as Oipsioa, Mr«. H. Dent, Turk; Mr, CliS Urquhart, Qeorge
Lawrence in a vory rorreot     Imitation Washington; Mr. J. Bvnns, Unknown)
loy, Horobin, MeKinnon, Barber, How
ui, 1111 Bourne, t   h I hi   Itj -
Ml   Ml Cl .tee ,.,,i.|   the  acting cit 1
Mi.   W  V    Cordon.
NKW PICTURE THKATRE.
The plan  foi   lhe proposed new picture theatre, McKerude avenue,     wero
lipproi ed with    th •   pit.vi 0 'li.i* ' r
lain d.tail- aflei mu the   ystem ol ven
ulatiun   hould be aitl nded
BOULEVARD H.LAW.
A lot.t' 1 waa read Irdn the Al
i;.ii ral    latlnq thai   tl •■     Lieutenant-
Qoven n Couneil bad npprovi
lho  Ituulev ,,i'l  bylaw.
HOSPITAL 30CIOTY.
The  mat 1 f  accounts  n.-'ninst   the
hospital 1 e from a leitei  from   the
secretary of ihe in-tltution,  nnd  afti     „
Moose Con
npnf
bl.l L
Romomb it  ,,nn ial • onoert
■ '.      IU     I'    1       lit      M	
will be  held in    S*    Francii   Hull     on
ut.  Tbe committee
bavin/ thl a hand in
working double stud lo make it ., -u.-
■es- and ■       -li ,1   thi
bo the be 1, It member ilu* 'imo, the
■ 1 e an i ■ v nt, Moose Cone 'rt and
dance, Bt, Francis Hall, D< ember 3n.
............... m
was decided  that
'    _
-ome   dl    II
ib u< il   -liuu'.1 make a granl
-T'e".,*.'. to ihe hospital loclety,     that
bein.' nn amount      cepiivnlont  lo      the   •=
council'   . 1 ei •     a ff nl net the hospital.  ■=,
FIRE [N8PHCT0R. .
Tho Chief ,,f Police     was appoint       ■
OET IT AT
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We havi   ti" ., few loft   •
We   nre    -edlui"  al    Ce .   I     ;,, ,.;   —
Mu-t ho   loared lo m iKe- room
ithei 1 lomo    nnd
get three bu gains while they
la=t.
QBT  IT   AT
"THK  BUOAR  HOWL "
of San  Toy, Mi--> Waut on a* a Quaker   Mr, L, Emerson, T.,ny Jim; Mr. Tom Kite Inspector under the provisions of g)
. Mi , MeCarter in a baudsomorap Hope,   O.P.R. 'lief.     Miss Jamieton. Ihe Kire Escape Act.
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THE   MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1913
^
gews' firug & £ook 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 Kach $1.25
Rockv Mountain Calandars Each—SOc
Photographic Enlargements of Mount   Robson  and
vicinity Each -$2.00
Manv fine local views in beautiful Sepia effects.
Xmas Card Stock larger anel
liner than ever.
Tasty Calendars 10c   euch,   3
f.ef   25C,
XMAS     CARDS,     LABEI/S,
and
ALL SORTS OF XMAS
TRIMMINGS
NEW   BOOKS
,•,,;,! •■  Stewart Bdward Whyte
1 The Woman Thou Gavest Me " I lali Oaine
' The Inside of the Cup '' Winston Churchill
■The Way Home"  By Author Inner Shrine
The Storv of Waitstill Baxter " Kate Douglas Wlggln
* The Iron' Trail"  Rex Beach
* Tho Broken Halo" Florence Barclay
* The Corvston Familv" Mrs. Humphrey Ward
* Tbc Shaganapp " Miss E. Paulino Johnson
' The C.oldon Road " &■ M. Montgomery
* The Chief of the Ranges " ir* A' Coll>'
' The Law Bringers "  Lancaster
•Tbc Poison Belt" °°nan Do-vle
Revelstoke Leather Cushions $6.00
Revelstoke Felt Cushions -*-*'-00
Revelstoko Pennants ISc, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Children's Books and Games.
DON'T USE
Acetylene
Benzine
Kerosine
IMitro-Glycerine
or Paraffin
TO BRIGHTEN
UP YOUR
FIRE
USE
XMAS STATIONERY
Special Line.
for $1 00
Fancy
Cabinets 6Sl-* u' !*i--°°
Quality Comes First at
gevfs Drug and £ook Store
The
Store
COURSIER'S GOAL
FREE
50 Pairs of
English   Kill
Gloves
FREE
CENTRAL
SCHOOL
HONORS
Iu order to popularize our
Real Ostrich Feathers. We
will send absolutely FREE
a pair of wel) known English Kid Gloves to the first
5 1 purchasers of our beautiful Real Ostrich Feathers, at
.$4 75 or $6.",'i each.
Post Free—Worth D *uble— Post Free
These dainty Ostrich Plumes
are of extra fine fibres  and
come in black and white in
two sizes.
14 inch Plume .S4.7.S or 2 for SK..S'i
20 inch Plume $0.7:. or 2 for $12.75
This ofTer is only good for a
few days.
Mention color of   plume  required and size of gloves.
We   have a  few   Osprcvs   Samples  at
J5.50, S6.50 and $8.50.
Send us vour old feathers to
lie curled, cleaned or dyed.
Charges moderate.
The   Davison-Grant Millinery
810 Robson Street
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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
TOHN LEE
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
AND
FANCY THINGS
Prettiest Designs
PILLOW CUSHIONS
Entrance Class, Div. I.—Marion Law
ronce, Mabel Simmonds, Arvid Lun -
ilill, Sylvia GaUicano, (Drina Fraser;
Tommy Morris), Victoria Jolifle, Earl
Donaldson, (Doris MeCarter, Hila
Tomlinson,) Annie McLean, Harry
Hack, Isa Duulop. Worthy of honor -
able mention:—Sophie Turk, (Glen Urquhart, Mao Whittaker,) (Regie Calder, Arthur Fraser.)
Entrance Class, Div. II.—Oscar Lundell, Frank Patterson, Pearl Stacey,
Irwin Clough, Alma Corson, Irene
Donaldson, Pat Skene, Graham Bruoe,
Everett Eaton, Rufus Stone, Andrew
Patterson, Bella Laughton, Frank
Dunn,  Johnny  Robertson.
Junior Fourth, Div. HI.—(Lyda Mor
gun, Gertie Field,) Tom McRao,Ooiiah
Leigh, Amy Smythe, Donald McGregor
Stella Lidy, Irene Kimberley, Mae
Jolitfe, Allan Fleetham, Jessie McGregor, Gladys Campbell, Honorable
men tod:—Cassie MeKinnon, Charlie Davis, Tom Maley, Leonard Maley, John
Lonzo, Osca'* Petterson, Ethel William
son, Ada Burrldge, James Bourne.
Senior Third, Div. IV—Doris Cart-
wright, Ragnor Granstrom, Florence
Maedouald, Estolla Shuttlewood, Ross
McGowan, Doreen Smythe, Mary Bell,
Florence Bourni', Victor Madden, Bertha Nelson, Honorable mention :—
Kathleen Sutherland. John MeKinnon,
Eva McMahon, Secord Curtis, Peter
McKellar, Willard Dunn, Cordon Campbell, Myrtle Hamilton, Estha Abra-
bamsou.
Senior Second, Div. V.—Hugh Mc -
Rae, Wentworth Smythe, Ernest Bradshaw, Arthur Needham, Willie Jamleson, Chrlstena Owens, Dorothy Bun -
nell, A.gnes Cressman. Honorable nn'n-
I lion:— Doris Siegfried, Jean Bell,Jack
Mivdden and Toddy Gordon.
Junior Second, Div. V. —Stewart
Burridge, Walter Cressman, Alfred Ab-
rnhnmson, Alfred Bourne, Tom Doch-
lard, Cathie Dochard. Honorable mentioned—Leona Sinderin.in, George Morgan, Allister McRao. Christopher Terry, Llewelyn Parry, Douglass Soutb -
worth.
First Header. Div. VI.—Margaret
Micbelson. Stuart McLean, Gladys Madden, Jink Cartwrlght, Tony Couotrin.
Honorable mention:—Bridgman Tny -
lor, Jitib'tizia Tru/zi, Beg Upper. Irene
Tiimllo, Aimer Carlson, Nellie Allen.
Second Primer, Div. VII.—Beatrice
Jolitfe, Ailoen Loes, Corinno Smythe
Netherly Kilpatrick. Blair Dickson. —
I Honorable mention:—Arthur Johnson
Elmer Stone, Dordon Mclntyre, Alice
Morris,
First Primer, Div. VII.—Marjorie
Cleland, Mario Pradolina, Stuari Lau
ghton. Thelma Hull, Irwin Hulette.—
Honorable mention:— Ev.i TowSe, Goo
McGiven,  Millie Bruce.
Receiving class, uiv. Vlll.—Marjorie
and .May Roberts, laid Wipfli, Arthur
Higgs, Agn.-s and Jeannie Johnson,
Kenneth Hews, Erne'st Field. Honorable mention—Hilda anl Marjorie Gar-
nett, Morden Allum, David Williamson
DRESSMAKING
FIT GUARANTEED
Legal Forms
for every purpose are printed JvJ.Ti.LN     LjUjiL,
and stocked by the Mail-Heribl  FR0NT street,   lower town
Keid 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	
MILLINERY!
All   Millinery   to clear
at	
$5.00
Special Prices
I
Jr'Reid rSL Voting A
Hour Heir iV-dy lie
your fortune
Beautiful  hair lias  made the fortune
of many .1  vv,,in.in,  by aiding     charm
and  loveliness  to an  oth.-rwisc     plain
faoe.   Nothing   means more to     good
iouks  than   beautiful  hair.    It   adds to
the  attractiveness      of    every  feature.
.'. 11  you ■ ant  lie lieautiftil; with
r  least  pretty.
Te, have beautiful hair, use Harmony
llaii   Beautifier,   It will Improve   the
.ei  your  hair,   1 aUiny  ,,way  tbe
and    trlnginea .  softened   polish! 1 .- ■". ci y  tui 1 r ,n    your
Dg iluy,   glossy
•I'  ill   pla. B, .mil
ig  it a    IM ll        lllll
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imply iprinkle
ii  1.hm   before
lee.    0  I, .Uld
lor ol  t i.i- hair,
aii
IOU     ie .11 and     Calp   1I11111I
 Harmony Bbam
I i  shampoo gives
tantai latbei    bai lm
itu y pai'  of
dp,   ii      ring a   i|U, I.      and
v, 1 bad ..ll ri 1 as
■ii'ir.- operation takei on
ni   1 ..
m     ome ni .,i|ei  bap
■ d, . imi Qta!   l»ii ties, with
;.i 11 li'   iop     Harmony  Mair  Beau-
iifii 1.  M ,"1    11 lemony Shampoo, 50c.
intfli  I   to     aiiHly   yon in el
■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 11 iou, money hack. Bold
uilu- community only at our «toro
The Rexall Htore one of the more
niuu 7,000 lending dm ■ lore e,f the
Unlled in ne , 0 inada and Ores! Britain, which own lho big Harmony lab-
rrntorles, Toronto, where the oelebrat-
e 'I Harmony Perfume .mil Toilet Preparation ni.- 111 ide Bows' drug Htore
Revelstoke,
CHRISTMAS OIFTS
KNo store offers better values
than ours for good, sensible
and useful articles snch as
Safety Razor Sets, Pocket
Knives, Carving Sets, Scissors,
Tool Sots. Skates, Sleds, Toboggans, Snowshoes, Hockey
Sticks, Parlor Lamps, Klectric
lyamps, Blectric Irons, Barnes'
Vacuum Cleaners, Carpet
Sweepers, China, Cut Glass,
Jardinieres, Brass Goods, Silverware, Watches, Clocks, etc.
Pudding Moulds, Pastry Cutters, Cake Tins. Everything
in Kitclieuware.
GROCERIES
Our Grocery Department is, as usual, stocked with New Seasonable Gooils of Choicest Quality. Raisins, Pools, Mincemeat, Nuts,
Candied Kruit, Figs, Oatos, dandles, Christmas Stockings, Christmas
Crackers (Special) and all kinds ot 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 Iiave opened up offices at the
corner of Kirst Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will iiay you to
call and grt particulars, anil 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.
3QDDDaDanDDDCaDDCDDDr. r nn
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P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/llbvayj the   *Best
"ShamrocK' 'Butter
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
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FOR A FEW DAYS
McIntyre Is Offering
Kelley's C.irn Flakes, per package     10c
Quaker Corn Flakes    IOc
Laundry Starch in fancy 7 lb. tins *    60c
Pure Chicory, real genuine, per package     20c
Brazil Coffee, 3 lbs. for |1 00
eJOIIX   MCINTYRE   &   SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
The Globe Lumber Co., Ltd.
BUILDERS*   SUPPLIES
Consisting of Tar, Roofing, C& White
Paper;   Lime, Cement, Plaster,   and
Fire-clay. Doors and Windows.
mmimam^mmmmm^immmaBBaiB3tsmss3ioi
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson £&> Co., Ltd.
TYPEWRITTEN    CIRCULARS
j
I
possess the personal note that ordinary printing lacks. Drop in
the Mail-Herald and ask for c*uotatiotis on our printed facsimile
typewriting letters, circulars, mailing cards, *c, with all tlio
effectiveness of real typewriting at a fraction of its cost.
J
BBBBHIH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1913
THE   MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREB
C*
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REVELSTOKE
OPERA HOUSE
ONE  NIGHT
THUnSDH, DEC. II
THE BOSTON
OPERA CO.
PRESENTING
"SAID PASHA"
Startling Fantastic Comic Opera
Twenty-One Snappy, Catchy Song
Hits, Comically Costumed.
A Complete Scenic Production
THE   DANCING   DOLLS
Prices,   $1, 75c and 50c
Seats at Macdonald's Drug Store
TO    THE   LADIES!!
I wish to call your attention to the fact that I have secured
the agency for the famous French corset, "Le Furet," direct
from Paris, and cordially invite your inspection.
In elegance, elastic ami liygoinic qualities it has no equal.
1 daresay, if you'll come and inspect same, that you will say-
it is the best you have over seen.
Get a "Le Furet," the newest and best, from Paris. They
guard yonr figure, health and purse.
t have about half a dozen samples to show you and it will
take about six weeks aftor ordering.
r3iaM2MaMi^L-Maar*5/i5faraiaaci,3J'Sj'r3
ElSISJSraMSKSIcL^a'SJSJaEJSlo'JSja'SJc.'.
MISS  TRVPHOSA  PARKER
.NFWS FRO
FAR AND NEAR
Pupil
C
Siijnor  Giovanni  Olorlci,  K.
Hon. R.A.M. ot Florence
and London.
H. F. MORTENSEN
LADIES' AND GENTS
TAILOR
ACROSS FROM THE   "CLUB."
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1856
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,800,000
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT      ,"|
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES    , ISSUCd
BANK MONEY ORDERS J
Savings Department At Ail 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.
FIRST STREET
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there aro still a fow people who don't
know what a safe combination Boll's Bread
and   New Zealand Butter make	
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208 GROOER & BAKER Phone No. 23
Armstrong & Co.
Penetang Shoe Packs, Pack Sacks, Pack
Straps, Rubber Shoes, Horse Covers, Mitts,
Gloves, Trunks, Valises, Hand Bags, Etc.
Boot, Shoes   < Harness Repairing
Visits    and    receives    Pupils    for
Yoke  Production  nnd Pianoforte.
For terms, etc., apply.
BOX   306,    114,    FIRST     STREET.
0. B. N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
W.  H.   WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Kevelstoke
BURGESS    AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B. C.  Land
Surveyors  and  Contractors.
P. 0.  Box 347        Kamloopi,  B.C.
Branch  Office—Watson   Realty  C«.
REVELSTOKE  LODGE, No.  1085
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Tho election iu the Islands Division
to appoint a successor to Mr. Justie-e
McPhillips will bo  held on December 6.
Live Stock Commissioner   McDonald
returned last week from attending
sales oi grade dairy cattle. Forty
hoad of fine Cattle wont at tho Nelson
sale aud thirty-live at Craubrook. Thoy
wore imported und sold by the Provincial government. The price for tho
pick  rau at about $125 per hoad.
Franco's   increased   expenditure    on
her army m 1914 will bo $.»5,Oao,<KMJ. Of;
this amount $41,600,000 is for Morocco'
$31,000.UUU for the    expenses incurred
i by the Three Years Bervice Bill, and
$6,600,000 for increases in pay. Hor
increased expenditure on her navy  will
,be *$9,0O0,0OO.
William 0. Drown   who  rose     from!
'section hand to the presidency of   the'
New York  Central lines,  resigned  last
| week.   Mr. Drown is 60 years old   and!
[ has been in railway service for     more
: titan forty-four years.   A.  11.     Smith1
1 senior \ ice-president oi the linos, it is
reported, will succeed ium.
Meets evory first aud third Tuesday
n St. Francis Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.
A.  R. Grant, Die.
H. L. Haug, Sec.
School of
Music and
Direction ot
PROF. C. 0. BROWNELL.
Touching  Pinno, Organ, Violin,  Voice
Culture ior    Sinking    and   Speaking,
Coaching    Plays    and    Acting.      St.
Francir   Hall,  on    McKenzie   Avenue.
Tho Russian Foreign Office and Ad - j
miralty have not  yet    agreed on   the
reply to be male to the American    invitation to participate in the naval review to be he'f'l in  Hampton Roads in !
celebration of  the  opening ofthe Pan  i
*    ama   Oanal.      Russia,   however,      un-
Oratory, under  doubtedly will follow the example    of
the other  powers  and send a   represou- j
tative fleet.
OURIXMAS GOODS
ARE NOW ON DISPLAY
Come in and get first
choice of  —      —
Cut Glass
Pearl-Handled Knives and Forks
Louis KVI. Cutlery
Carving Sets
Military Brushes
Brush Sets
Electric Reading Lamps
HELKIRK      LODGE  IS,  1. O.  O.  F.
Sir Th-uiia-' Lipton made an attempt
recently  to purchase Sulgrave  Manor,!
the  family  homo of  George  Wa-hing - ,
ton's ancestors ln England wiih the intention of taking  it apart   and having !
it set up again, stono by -tone, in the
United States, .,--a L'ift.    Sir   Thomas!
Meeti every     Thursday evening   la  ,,,„.„.., negotiations and made an offer |
Selkirk  Hell at  8 o'clock.     VisitiBj   of $4„m) ,-„.  |h„  ho,^,   but the pian
bretbren  cordially invited. feu through.
CHAS. NEWSOME, N.U. !
JAS   MATHIE.  Bee. A general strik,- of factory handB in
St. Peter dun- ml throughout   northern   Russia,  started   last    week,   C'i.000
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
KOOTENAY
LODGE.  No.  U  A.
and A.  M.
F
Regular     meetings aro holi in  MA8
ONIC TEMPLE,     Oddfellows'      HaU
on ths Third  Monday in each  month
at 8 p   m.     Visiting brethren      art
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. Q. BROOKER, Secretary
O.  W. O.  W.
Mountain VUw Camp. No.
129.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays    In each  month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen  are
cordially Invited to attend
JAMES  McINTYRE,  O.O
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
COURT
UT.      BEOBIH,
OF I. 0. F.
No.  itu
Meets ln I. O. O. F. HaU next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday tn month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.   8.   OAMHRON.  Ree.-flse.
HARVKY, McCARTER ft COMPANY
Barristers,  Solicitors, Etc.
—Offloes—
Imperial Bank Block, Revelstoke, B.C
refusing, to continue work. The movo-
niciii is a protest by the workmen
against tlio trial of somo employees of
the Hucliow Works mi a charge of
illegally  quitting  thoir     employment.
The •uO'-e'i"lin/- ajain-t the men
opened In the' district court.
An air mail ien i. ■■ ha been imt in
operation between Paris and the Riviera. Tin' distance from Paris i" Nice
i- 406 milos, Mull bags arc dropped at
Never*, Lyons ninl Orange en route
nml others picked up. The biplane that
does the onrrying traveli at 7(1 miles
.in In.nr and tho saving of timo ovor
tin'   railway   ia   twenty   lieiurs.     France
still holds the premier position in the
development ui aviation.
iFIHOTOGKR^IPIBIS I
To make a little money go a long way for
Xmas gifts, use photographs. Only a
short time now in which to have ihat
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.
EBID   &d   IBJ^IRTOirsr
Successors to E. F. Tucker
SHIWH,
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CHRISTMAS HOUSING
Merchants ami  others desiring uddi-
tional advertising space in tho     .Mail-
Herald   for   tho   Ghnlstmas business,
should lose no time in applying to thin |
ollico  fot* th"      same,   ns  all  available j
-pint'   will   shortly lie   taken up.    Ill tho !
issue ol llie Mail-Herald ()f   the     13thI
inet.,  there will   appear   a descriptive |
Christmas article dealing with each of
the merchants ,,r business men who advertise in this paper,   This article will
ho u good ad to each business     houso.
So you, Mr. Businessman, win, are not
at present among our patrons,     insert
your ad at ouce and thus ava.ll   yourself of this  free  Christmas ailvortlsSnu
article which we will publish in     our
issue of tho 131h.
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dealing uelulvely In AMERIl'A.N HAW l Li;S
Get "More Money" for your FURS
HUW YOCR PUBS TO "SHUIII'IIT"
srsllabts—re*pon«tbj«—Mis—FurHauundth -.■• uni lemlthsd rep-
ii tut ie ui exiM'TiK for "more thanaqu..rt"r i.f a century, ' ti lonk'RUf-
c*M(ul record of tending PurShlppei i prompt—SATISFACTORY
AND t*K(M*ITA'<I,E returns. Writs I -r "lbe »bu»rl frMtftf,"
tlie only reliable, accurate market report ur.d pries li..t published.
Write, lar If—HOW—it's FRF.E
Or,   «•-_
IA. B. SHUBERT, Inc. Kgjg&ftBVfffc *AGE FOUR
THE   MAIL-HERALD.    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER 6,  1913
Zbc ADaiUlberalb
PUBLISHED   WEDNESDAY
8ATPHDAY   AT
BEVEL8TOKE.  It   C.
ANU
NEARING   THE   END
dur BiR 1'; iii" Contest is drawing to a close, Imt this last month is going
to be the best one of the whole Contest. There are going to be some
surprises,
WATCH    THK   LISTS     WATCH   OUR   WINDOWS
Wc are goiltR to clear ..ut our line of FANCY CHINA an.l will otter 10,-
000 v..ies fe.r everj dollar spent on goods shown in special window.
Goods will be channel fre.'iieutlv, so watch for the special votes. UrKc
vour friends to buv when this special offer is on. High <. lass China from
such Factories as Wedgewood, Crown Derby, Royal Doulton, Coalport
and Mmoges.
EVERY VOTE IS GOING TO TELL NOW
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ADVERTISING RATES.
Local Reading Notices and Business
locals 10 cents per line each insertion.
Minimum local ad charge 25 cents.
Display advertisements 25 cents per
inch each insertion, single column.
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
Legal advertising of any form, also
Government and Municipal Notices 12
cents per lino first insertion and 8
cents pcr line subsequent insertions,
allowing 10 lines to thc inch.
Applications for Liquor Licenses $5.
Applications for Transfer of liquor
Licenses $7.50.
Land  purchase notices, $7.00
Water Application Noti-es, up to
100 words, $7.50, over 100 words in
proportion.
All other classes of advertising not
included in above to "nc charged at
rate to ho arranged with manager on
application).
Jntcrtoi flMibltsiMno Compamj
1.IMII r.n
J.  K.   JOHNSON, Manager.
RALPH  G.   SCRUTON,  Editor.
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER 6,  1913
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PRICES:
At McDonald'* Him Store
$1.00 10 $2.50
Christmas is now uhout upon us again and onco more we will all be Bho|i-
ping, .searching tor gifts for oui* relatives and friends, the old custom of putting ofl shopping until the last few
days before Christ mas is rapidly dying
out. The public all over tho world are
getting wise tu the advantages oi shop
ping early. By securing gifts weeks
ahead of Christmas you can have the
advantage uf a much greater selection
to choose from, ihan if ymi rush in at
the last moment. Besides tho stoic
clerks have more time to show thc
goods early in lhc season than duriug
the last few days before t'bi istmas.—
Here in Revelstoko probably the great
est Christmas display of goods in the
interior, can be found this season, only
waiting for the early shopper. By put
ting off buying your Christmas presents till the las't weok before Ohrisimas
day you run the chance of missing just
that cute little gift y0u could have
uot the lirst week in December. So
gentle loader shop early.
The rope nt of the Hoyul Commission
which inquired into matters relating
to the Doukhobors in B.C., just is^ii.e.l
g  Into the history of this >eet    and
gives   ic.nl- of their life en Canada.—
TIm   story of  their settlement  in Saskatchewan  and  ultimately    in  British
Columbia is      told   In an   illuminating
way.   other    chapters* of the puWiea ■
tion deal  wuh th.' organization of the
* ■ '   communal  system ,,n,l Ian 1
theii habits, i ustoms ami practices, ■    :  Ious,  moral  and  Intel-
life ii.• I theii i'e i.a-. :o. in
A  single eb
I to  *h.. prob .-in of  I'ei.-i   \ eri
■ ■•• l-ad.-r.     A remarkable
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real problem be-
ernraenl  ni British  Colum-
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flei ' eieelni..   ti,.. ,„,  exempt ion" ol any
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a w i bington militant   e ,   in,e.i    ,
dollar for      writing    rhnlk     ad  .HiB.
iii.'rn   '.n  ihe   Idewalk,   Bl
long Ume tret ting into Lhe martj     i,  >
with n crayon.
B. C. Products
for B. C People
Endorsation of the work of the
Manufacturers' Association of British
Columbia from many parts ol tho
province has boon received by that
body. Ono letter was from the oity
olerk of New Westminster in answer
to a letter sent out by the association
asking that the city of New Westminster specify home products in its
contracts, the city clerk replying, that
tin *iiy is iu favor of purchasing
home products and would specify this
in  future  contracts.
Ati'.ther letter was from Mr. R. P.
Green, M.P., who stated that ho is
en urdy in sympgthy with the work
llinl the Manufacturers' Association is
undertaking in trying to induce tho
people of British Oolumbia to uso
British Columbia products. He promises to do everything in his power
lo    have    the    Dominion    government
help the movement along.
Attorney-General Bowser, in n letter of reply to one sent by tlle association, says that he personally is in
entire sympathy with ihe movement
and will do all he can to sec that
gOmds manufactured in British Columbia get lirst consideration with
the government, providing that prices
ure reasonable in comparison with
other competitors1.
Sir Richard McBride writes lo say
that ho is in sympathy with the association's aims and that he will take
up lie' mailer of using British Co-
liimliia products where possible with
the  proper authorities.
The Hoard of Trade of Port Hammond in iis letter says that it is in \
entire' sympathy with the association's
work l'i|d offer- its hearty co-operation in the work that the association
is attempting to do.
An  invitation has been extended  to ■
lhe   Manufacturers'   Association     and
the Progress Olub  members     to      inspect the  pl.-mi of the B. C. Tanning j
Company,     whieh    has just    recently
i ecu  established   in   Souih   Vancouver. |
Large posters telling workingmen i
the advantages of using British Oo- |
lumbia products are being prepared j
nnl will be placed in every fa.'tory |
in the ciiy. They are printed in ,
largo type and present some very t
convincing arguments in favor of the !
'H.C.   proi., i. , ... •.      people" j
campaign.
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The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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 D. SIBBAliD, Paw.    l'lione l>     J. I). SIBRAU), JR., SKC.
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We extend an invitation to you to come and visit lis.
We have to-day the finest and most up-to-date store
in tie lnierior of B. C Fully equipped with the
Latest Fixtures ami beautifully lighted. Hero you
will find the largest and liest stock to select your
Xmas Gifts from. Combine this with com potent and
courteous service and prove that Xmas shopping is a
pleasure indeed.    Watch Our Xmas Ad.
McRae Mercantile Company
pw xmrmarom fresh   new  laid  eggs
FOR BREAKFAST EVERY
cTHORNING
aro almost possible if jou gol your
supply at ll<»' son's. ''Back numbei
lien fruit" lias no placo hero, l-'rosh-
uess characterizes our dairy products,
too   In ter, cheese and the like.
We wll sucli quantities that nothing lias a chance to get stale.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41 Box 734
Watch the Mail-Herald Christmas Advts.
laraMM^TaBOTa&Yjy -WXMiaia
THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY have the pleasure to announce that,
as in former yc:ars, they wiil be  happy  to receive  orders  for XMAS
HAMPERS.
To the readers of the Mail-Herald the Company will be pleased to forward
any ofthe under-mentioned Hampers, all CHARGES PREPAID.
The excellence of the goods supplied by the H. B. Co. is well known from
one end of the Dominion to the other, and we therefore solicit your early orders
which will be promptly attended to.
HAM ER NO. 1
1 bottle Fine Old Scotch Whiskey.
1 bottle Old Pale Hiiii.dy.
1 bottles (Ild Rve.
1 bottle Tom Gin.
1 bottle Fine Old  Port
6 bottles l.Hcci Beer.
12         $5.50
HAfr.P£R HO. 2
. bottle* Finest OM Highland Whiskey.
1 untie Finest uld Hale Hraudy.
il bottle II   11. Co.  I   ;iest (I,,! Rye.
ittles London I" ck Port,
ttie i ■ ndoii Dock Shorty.
1 I, >ttli    11 ei i'om" Gin.
tli s (pints) Buss s Ale.
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$7.50
HAMPHR NO. 3
■ ■ lid g ot. h.
II   li  Lo "i'l Rye
i .en i ilil Pole Brandy,
rom'  Gili.
lies  Ivnm-
Hm Rum," as imll. I i   ■  1670,
12
$10.00
HAMPZR NO. 4
I Co. ' !•'.< I.U." Scoti
Hraudy.
i .iieimal Port.
id       Pali    berry.
i   ial Bye.
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HAMPER NO. 5
1 bottle .Manhattan Cocktails.
2 bottles ll. B. l'o. "F. o li " Scotch Whiskey.
! bottles II. It. Co., Special old Rye.
1 bottle old Tom Gill.
J bottles Old Iluke Port.
1 bottle Old nuke- Sherry.
1 bottle (quart) Sparkling Moselle.
1 bottle ll. B. Co., Liqueur Brandy,guaranteed 26
years old.
12     $14.50
HAMPER NO. 6
.' boiiles II. B. Co. Best Procurable Scotch.
.' boitles II. B. Co. Special Old Rye,
2 bottles Vice Regal Port.
2 boitles Vice Regal Sherry.
2 boiiles Si. Julion Claret,
1 bottle Hiiarkling Burgundy (Pommard.)
I bottle ll.lt. Co.Finest Liqueur Brandy.guarantced
50 ecu s old,
12.  •••' $17.50
HAMPER NO. 7
I bottle Manhattan cocktails.
1 bottles 11. h. i'n. Imperial Sherry.
1 bottle 11. It. Co, Special Old Rve.
3 bottles li. B. Co. best p ocnrable Scotch.
1 bottle (i|tiartl Still I'liutiih-rim.
2 bottles 11. B, Co. Imperial Port.
1 tiotile   (quart)   Champagne.     (C,   Heidsieck's
Vintage Wind
1 buttle ii. n. Co. Finest Liqueur Hraudy, guaran-
atlleed 75 \ ears old.
•2 $23.50
$M.*iO
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YE     OLDE    HUDSON'S    BAY
RUM   AS   IMPORTED
SINCE    1670
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HUDS'N   BAY  CTS FINE SCOTCH
WHISKIES
nit :. Finest Old Scotch, psr case, $10.50
H B. Co i* 0 B," per use - - 13.50
if B. Co Beet Procurable, per case •   15.50
HEMEMBER    YOUR
EXPRESS    CHARGES    ARE
PAID    BY    US
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arc specially selected and are of exceptional merit, attention being dir-
to the following brands:
A Choice Wine, per bottle, - 75c and $1.00
Fine Old Port, per bottle - $1.25 and $1.50
Selected Oporto Port, per bottle    -    - $1.75
(A wine for the Connoisseur)
Special Invalid Port, per bottle       -    - $1.25
THE HUDSON 8 BAY COMPANY,  Kamloops, B. G. H
SATURDAY, DECEMBER G, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE Flyi
Open Letter From "SJWTJt CLA USn
To the Parents and Children nf Revelstoke:
I humbly apologise for not preparing enough
letters. I had no idea there was such a fine, lusty-
lot of Children in Revelstoke—and so many of them.
Next year I will know better. The children who
did not get their Mail, please write me a letter, care
of HUME'S, and I will answer it before Christmas.
Yours with love,
SANTA CLAUS
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Hume's Christmas Store News
MEN'S CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
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 SLIPPERS-Juliette style, medium leather heel,
leather sole, plain red 	
Price, $1.35 per pair
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.
XMAS SLIPPERS
FOR OLD AND YOUNG
The finest line of felt and leather slippers for men,
women and children that has ever been shown in the 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.
WOMEN'S FELT JULIETTES-Either fur or ribbon trimmed.
medium leather heel, flexible leather sole.   They
iO        come in Beaver, purple, grey, red, and brown	
Price-$1.75 Per Pair
WOMEN'SIVELVET JULIETTES-Pur trimmed, leather heels,
tAtfi mk 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 $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.
MEN'S GENUINE CAMEL HAIR SLIPPERS —natural
shade, very flexible.
Price $3 a pair,
CHILDRENS 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 tlexiblc.
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	
PR1CES-$1.25 and $1.50 PER PAIR
GROCERY AND  CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
Special for Friday and Saturday
Lombard Plums, Per tin  I5c
Greengage Plums, Per tin  15c
Strawberries, Per tin  20c
Raspberries,  Per tin  20c
CHRISTMAS   NECESSITIES
Crosse & Hlackwell's Candied Peels, 1-pound boxes mixed.    Best that's made.
Mueonochie Candied 1'eels, sold by tlie pound,
Crosse & Hlackwell's crystallized cherries, pears, apricots and prunes.
New cider.
[ap oranges, Malaga Orapes, Bananas, Apples, Lemons,
Oranges and Cranberries.
Wagstaff's Mincemeat 5-pound pails.
Kmpress 5-pound pails.
Wethy's I-pound pkgs.
Heinz1 In bulk.
New siiiptnent Crosses Blackwell's Olives '• pint, pints
and quart bottles, Jams, 1-pound Jars, 1 ami 7-pound
tins. 1-pound jars Jelly, assorted kinds. Marmalade
1 and 2-pound jars, 4 and 7-pound tins, Cocoa ■}, ',,
and 1-poUUU lms.
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, Cake Plates, Comb and Brush Trays.
ENGLISH CHINA-OPEN STOCK DINNER WARE.
'•'7-Piece Dinner Sets Prices from $7.50 to $25.00
Teapots, Milk Jugs, Cream Jugs, Cups and Saucers, from  $1.50 to $6 per Dozen
and lots of other nice pieces too numerous to mention.
NEW GOODS THIS WEEK
25 Pound Pails Mincemeat for hotels. Heinze's Mincemeat by the pound.
Wagstaffe's Mincemeat in 5 lb.   Pails. Empress Mincemeat in 5 lb. pails.
Wethev's Mincemeat (condensed),  by the Package.
NEW HONEY—Deadman's Comb Honey in Quart Sealers and   one Ib.   Scalers.
NEW JAMS    Robertson's, in 1 Ib. jars and 4 Ib. tins.    Wagstaffe's, in 5 lb. tins.
Car of Apples, very heavy boxes.     Red Grapes.     Green Grapes.     Sweet Potatoes.
Cranberries.
Christie's Biscuits. Car 01 Wheat, Bran,  Shorts, Oats.
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Try Our 00 Coffee. 45c Fer Found.     Try Our Sunbeam Tea, Red, Good, 40c per It.      Blue, Best, 50c Fer Found  I PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, DEOEMBER G,  1913
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.
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NEWS FROM FAR AND NEAR \
Pointed Paragraphs of Provincial Interest   }
Aii official eount of the silver dollars ere 7,000 Mormons resident in Alberta
in the San Francisco miul lias reveal- Tlie' amount stated would represent
ed lhat twenty-two dollars were stol- only 81*0 per member, and if this Is a
hi, probably about 1880, according to tenth of the income of the people tho
a report made to a director of the mint Mormons of Canada aro not as pro-
George E. Roberts. 'Several mouths gressivo as might bo oxpeetod from re-
ago one of the bays ol silver in tho ports of their agricultural activity,
mint wns found to contain iron wash
ers, Every l>a? was opened and all
the money was counted,"
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H.J.   MCSORLEY.  PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath    .
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 lb29
Furnished Rooms by the Day. Week or Month
VERNON ROOMS
Mils. II. .1. Hanburv.    -     Propr itres9
Steam Heated Throughout.      Housekee;>:**.s, Suites.
To save Oregon 850,000, thirty Chinamen, inmates of tho state insane asylum, will bo returned to their native
huul. Q-ovornor West und Dr. Steiner
superintendent of the asylum, havo
found the present Chinamen could bo
returned to China for about 82500,
while it is estimated it would >'ost the
state about $51,000 allowing a life ex-
peclaney of ten years, to keep them
hero, The Chinamen are anxious to
go.
At the sale of  th,' Fitzheniy collec -
tions of  works  of art iu London,  last
week, a marhle statuette of a   female ■
saini, Burgundian workmanship of the
end of the lifteeuth century,  was   sold
for $1,995.      The sale of  the  Carlton- ,
liritton collection oi coins    was   con-;
1 tinuod at Botherby's.   A gold coin, one
| of tho :Jli5 gold mamlUsetf,  which Kine^ j
I Otla (A.D. 757-79*6)     agreed tu     pay j
\ yearly io Pope Adrian L, as     Peters
ponce was bought for 31,075. 11 weighs
j GB grains.   A coin oi the- reign of  Egbert,  found at  Stamford Hill in   1906,
! brought    $500.   A brass coin of     the
hUhelbert period   ot extreme     rarity, '
! ouly  one  kiher being known,  drought !
S 355.
Hon.    Louis    Coderre,    minister   of:
mines,  ha- decided to put. un end     to
the exportation hy Americans of    fossil;, discovered in Canada.   During  the
i.i I   year American scientific associa-!
tions have       been makini   remarkable;
discoveries of the    remains    ot     pre- I
bistoria animal-,     particularly    dino-1
.-.i;s, in the  -alley of the   Ked    Deer \
River,  Alberta,   Protest!  have been reel irom Hon. J. Boyle, Minister ot
Education for   Uberta, on behalf of his
and from R.B. Bennett,   M.
!*.. of Calgary.   Mr. Coderre has made j
aa investigation, and a- a  result, ha=
de, ith-.1  to introduce    legislation   this
roming session, to prohibit  the expor-
.!  prehistoric remains.
570,1  wa- the amount   set
1   ,-' idi u tl ••  Mor-
.' h. as : ag ' ie tithes
ion resident:    I    Canada.
iid to    hea.I |uat ters     at
, m ition
-  done     witr.
timaied that there
There was an increase of nine per
cent in the number of new arrivals
in Canada during thc tirst seven months of tho tiscal year, April to October
The total immigration for that period
was 32<7,91B. Of the arrivals 128,868
came from the British Isles, 80,380 from
the United States and 118,715 from
other countries. During the same period last year the figures were 300,841,
118,497, 100,140 and 88,204, compared
respectively.
Straight denials are given tho published report that Hon. Frank Cochrane, Minister of Railways, has resigned because of ill-health. He has1 not
done so, and has MO such intention un
less he suffers a complete breakdown .
He has heen in rather poor health of
late, and will do very little botween I
now and the session of Parliament. |
If he should have to retire, it would
not bo hefore the oloso of the session,
and even in thatevent, it isprohable
lhathe would take charge of a smaller
department rather than retire altogether.
Secretary Rodfield of the department
of commerce throw tho government
mantle over the foxes and tho land
otters in Afognak reservation in
Alaska. The order was iss'ued ho -
cause the game has suffered severely
by reason of the recent volcanic, disturbances in Alaska and the adjacent
islands. Killing of foxes' in the reservation is made unlawful until November, I'.I IS, nnd Innil otter until November,  lill!*;. I
The  naliounl  art  gallery  at Ottawa
■is  to open on   Sundays.   During     the
last season Ihe subject was discussed ,
and several members mgod that it   is
done in similar instances elsewhere, the
Ottawa art  gallery  should  be     open
Sundays,  onabling  people to  visit    it
who have no time to do ho during the
week.   Hon.    Robert    Rogers has' just
authorized   the  board of   trustees      lo
open the     building from 2 p. m. every ,
Sunday and it is believed many people,
will avail  themselves ofthe privilege.   |
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Suppose you should wake up ChrUlmas morning lo find
that some one had put the world of music in your stocking.
That's precisely what you can do for any member
of your family, or any of your friends, if you give an
Edison Phonograph
Thr nrw types, without hams, *tp Mpet-ially
popular juit now. They are made in artistic
dnivm from a variety of beautiful woods. The
one ihown he,.* it extremely bi mir rale priced.
It is call'-l tha A ml ><•!<..L Vl, It pUys the new
Blje Amlwol records, with all iheii remarkable beauty of iwectnets and volume, with al
their range of prognm. It H fifed wiih the
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a permanent w'1 one thai will be a lasling
plrmmr for ye-irs to comr. Can you imagine
a mote practical silt or one thai will l>nni
mote real aeughl la those you love?
TRADE    MARK
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and Douglas Sr-
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Jack Laughton. Proprieto*
First Street, Revels
WINDSOR HOTEL
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Good Accommodation..       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,
Revelstoke, B. C
before buying your nut-
iit of working clothes
for the busli.    I make ■
specialty   of    Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required Invourbusin -m
vkr
Come anil look at our Triangle Si
Irons   guaranteed lor ever.
PRICF;   6 LB. IRON. $V90
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Estimates given free
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riFl'I-   VICTIMS   in   "TllK   PINK    LADY,
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
You Can Solve the Christmas Present Problem
Easily and Cheaply at the Trueman Studio.
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best, Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
JT.    .AXjBIEIRT     STONE PEOP-
Union  Hotel
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
MEAL TICKETS $600
•GRAPH greatly appreciated at Christmastime, and make an
EXCE1 I   GIFT.    Good cabinets from $5.00 per dozen.
W ea fine assortment ot Cards and Mounts, with or without greetings
and the QUALITY oi our work is UNDISPUTED.
i      MVINr Calendar   containing   the   Customers'   own  PHOTO-
C/KAPH with each sitting for not less than $3. proved such a GREAT
SUCCESS last year that we have decided to repeat this FREE GIFT,
ommencing Monday, Nov.   10th, 1913.
A. DOUGLAS TOURNER
The Trueman Studio.
Corner McKenzie Avenue.
AFTER THE FIRE
yOU Aim Blllile i( your loss is  bai
u]) Iiy one of (mr insuranoe policies
We represent tlir
BEST   INSURANCE   COMPANIES
.nnl, while our rates are low,  reimbursements are prompt aud sure,
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
A. B, Kincaid, Manage!.
\V.   PARKY
auctioneer   ,v\b vai.i ki<
McKenzie Avrnu*.
HOUSEHOLD SALES
SPECIALLY   CONDUCTED
I BUY EVERYTHING
Xmas   Coods   just   arrived
Cups and Saucers, per do/en    $1.2S
Plates from  65c up
Fancy Glassware, from 25c up
NEW FURNITURE
Rockers (armed) Mahogany or Oak	
 4.00 each
Dressers and Stands from $10.50 up
Lounges, from $ 6.50 up
Hed Springs (new) (rom $ 2.50 up
Mattresses, from $ 2.US up
Compare our Prices with Eastern firms.
Sewing Machines  for  sale  or  renter
by tiie month.    Goods stored.
W. PARRY
Auctioneer's Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, B. C. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAOB  HEVBW
a
ROYAL!
YEAST
MAKES PERFECT BREAD
Stops falling Hair
Hall's Hair Ronewer certainly stops
falling hair. No doubt about it what-
ever.   You will surely be satisfied.
^t^^AAAAM'^^MAMAA
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly and perfectly as you are
at this restaurant. And the service if
only a foretaste of
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is said that tiie way to a man's
heart is through his stomach. We are
sure to reach yours if you'll drop in
aud try our hill of fare. If perfect victuals, perfectly cooked and perfectly
served, will gain your friendship, we
are absolutely sure • *■! yours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. G. THIAKI80N Manager.
Martin Borry, a trapper living at
Barrymore, Alberta, while hunting
shot an Indian belonging to Paul's
Reserve in mistake for a moose. After
calling assistance he walked to (Jains-
ford and gave himself up to the R. N.
W.M.P.
Thumas Ryan and B. Mullin wero on
Saturday blown to pieces while thawing dynamite at Ureen Lake, on the
construction ot the Pacific Coast Eastern railway. Ryan left a family iu
Vancouver, while Mullin is said to have
u wife In the United States.
Thu Victoria City Council has decided to ask Mr. Q.H. Barnard, M.P.,££
ed to aHk U.H. Barnard, M.P., to use
bis influence to luduoe the Dominion
govornmont to pay up about ^.uoo
which the city of Victoria claims it
owes in taxes on local improvement
and other works.
The trans ntlanlic t
an   accomplished fact
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
POR
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
W. H. POTTRUFF. Prop.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
phone is now
according to
a cable' message to lhe London Daily
.Mail, from Sydney, C.B., whieh says
tbat Marconi b nl „ ''.U-minule transatlantic experiment between Olifden,
Ireland, and Glace Boy, C. B. No
details arc given.
Tbe Admiralty is considering tbe advisability of raising the cruiser Empress of India wbich was recently made
a target for the big gun practice of
the channel fleet at such enormous expense. She lies in 'lit fathoms of water
and docs not endanger navigation but
she lies in the middle of a favorite
trawling ground. and the fishermen
want ber out of the way.
Jobn McKay, the export valuator ,
engaged by the city of Toronto to
report as to the advisability of tho
cily purchasing the street railway from
Mackenzie and Mann, has submitted his
findings. The report favors the pur -
chase. Mr. McKay says the completion
of the railway purcbase will save tho
cily tbo sum of $3,J50,0<»o without meu
tion of other substantial advantages.   I
The liLiht against sleeping sickness
in Africa appears to be making good
progress. In Northern Rhodesia over
25,000 people have been removed from
the infection and among all thesn thero
has uot been a single instance of tbe
disease recurring. In habitants of the
swamps of Lake Unngweolo have been
induced to move to dry land. Model
villages arc replacing old native kraals
Assistant City Engineer Russell
Wilson was electrocuted in Winnipeg,
last week, while on a trip of inspection over the city pipe line, six miles
north of the city. Coroner Rogers j
will, in all probability hold an imiuest
Wilson seired a live wire carrying 13,-
000 \oltsat well No. 18. He was formerly with the C.P.R.. and for the last
seven  years  has  been  assistant   to  the
city engineer. t
Phone 42      -      Night Phone85      It is announced in London that 1000
Rusalan wai  aeroplanes will be deliver-
—  "d  within  three  years,   lt is    believed
a large  number  of these  will  be Cur-
j iiss    machines,   of which  Russia     al-
I ready possesses 20.   The war office   is
| much  impressed  with the performance
of the Curtiss seaplane an I     four   of
I them have been purchased for    use in
connection  with   the wireless    stations
on the coast of Siberia.
E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,   Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   8HOP-
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
MORTUAOE) SALE
ITnder and by virtue of the powers
.'ontained In a certain indenture of
mortgage and a conveyance of tho
ei|uity of redemption by way of mortgage, which documents will be produced at the time of sale, there will be
oflered for sale by public acution hy
W.J. Law, Sheriff, at the Court House
Revelstoke, B.C., on Tuesday the 30th
day of Dec-ember, 1913, at the hour of
Two o'clock in the atternoon, the following property:
Lots 9 and 10 in Block 39, Plan 649
City of Revelstoke.B ,C. This property is woll situate at tho corner of
Kootenay and George streets. On the
property is a modern one and one-half
storey frame dwelling with full cement
basement.
For terms and particulars oi sale,
appln to
W. I. RRIGQS,
Holicitor, First streot, Revelstoke.B.0.
Dated this 38th day of November,
1913, Nt. iss. Nov. il llll
TAKE NOTICE
That T shall not he responsible for
nny debts contracted by my wife, Sarah Best, nee Wilkinson, who loft hor
home at BHson Siding, Notch H1H. B.
0., last Docomber, 1912.
(Signed)
ROBERT BEST,
Notch Hill, B.C., November 20, 1913
1st iss. Nov.29, lm.
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There are many other diseases, nearly, if not quite as dangerous, and far more
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REVELSTOKE
eocaEft   meaiii'King of AH!
NOTICE TO  CONTRACTORS
Nii-ola Court-HouBe.
Sealed Tender-, superscribed "Tender for Court-house, Nieola," will be
received by thr Honourable the Minister of Public Works up to noon of Friday, the 12th day of December, 11)13,
for the erection and completion of
Court-house at Nicola, in the Yale
Fleet oral District.
Finns, specifications, contract, and
forms of lender may be seen on and after thc *Jlth dayof November, 1913,
at the office of W. N. Rolfe, Qovem -
ment Atront, Nicola; Robert Gordon,
Government Agent, Revelstoke; E.T.W.
Foarso, Government Agent, Kamloops;
H. P. Christie, Government Agent,
Ashcroft; J. Mahony, Government Agent
ed weith the actual signature of tho tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes
furnished.
The lowest or any  teuder  not necessarily accepted.
•    J. E. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria,  B.C.,   November  21*. 1913
(Once a week  to Dec. 10th
NOTICE TO  CONTHACTTRS
Merritt  Coiirt-Houso
ty tendering decline to enter into contract when called upon to do so, or If
he fail to complete the work contracted for. The cheques or certificates of
deposit of unscecessful tenderers will
lx- returned to them upon the exeeu -
tion of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on the forms supplied, signed with the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes
furnished.
The lowest or :my tender not necessarily accepted.
J.  B.  GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., November ISth, 1913.
Oniie a week to Dec.  9th.
Sealed   Tenders,    lUpoTSoribed "Tender for Merritt  Court-house,"  will    be
Koeived by  the Honourable   the Minis- |
ter of Public Works up to noon oi Wed [
nesday, the 10th day of December, 1918
Richard and Pender streots, Van-   for the erection  and completion of    a|
the Minuter of Public Works, equal
to teu per cent. (10 p.c.) of the- amount of the tender, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to
• liter into a contract when called upon
to do s0. or fail to • omplete the work
contracted for. If the tender be nol
accepted the cheque will be returned.
The Department doe* no*   bind .tseH
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. 0. DBSROCHHRSt
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa.  November  19,   1913.
New-papers will not be paid for thii
advertisement  if they insert  it    without authority  from  the Department.
l«t is*. Nov. 29, 2t.
couver; and thc Department ot Public   Court-house    at Merritt    in the   Yale
Works, Victoria. B.C.
Intending tenderers may, by applying to the undersigned, obtain one
<opy of drawings and specifications for
the sum of ten dollars    (IIO-),      whioh
Electoral District.
Plans, specifications, contract, and
forms of tender may be seen on and
after thc iHHh day of November, 1913,
at tho office of W. N. Rolfe, Govern
amount will be refunded when the ment Agent, Nicola; R. Gordon, Gov-
plans and specifications are returned ernment Agent, Revolstoke; E.T.W.
in good order. Pearse, Government Agent, Kamloops;
Each proposnl must be accompanied H.P. Christie, Government Agent, Ash
by an accepted bank cheque or ccrtifi- croft; J. Mahony, Government Agent,
cate of deposit on a chartered bank of | Vancouver; and the Department of
Canada, made paynhle to the Honour- Public Works, Victoria.
able the Minister of Public Works, for Intending tenderers can obtain from
a sum equal to 10 por cent, of tender ,'the undersigned one copy of the plans
Sealed Tenders addressed to the un-
dersigned, and endorsed "Toneler for
Immigration Detention Hospital Build-
inj, Vancouver, B.C..'1 will i>e received
at this oflice until 4 p.m. on Monday, I .. .  ■
December 29,  1913. for the erection ol   K..\i-ion of the Voters
the above named building. -year  1914.
Plans, speolfloationi and form of contract can  be seen and |.,rm* ot tender!    Notice Is hereby given that B Court
obtained  at   this Department,  at   the "' R-vision will be held at   the   Oitj
office of  W.   Henderson,   Esq., Resident  Hall.Revelstoke, B.C., on the 10th laj*
CITV  OF REVELSTOKE.
List for   lii a
Architect, Victoria, B.C.. and on
plication  to Mr.  A.J. Chisholm,
ap.  o! Deoemhor,  1913, at the hour ol     8
.,re. 1 p.m. for the purpose of correcting  and
which shall be forfeited if the party ten.
dcring decline     to entor into contract
and  specifications  for  the  sum of   ten
dollors (110), which     will  be refunded
" The Girl from the Saskatchewan "'
"THB PINK LADY" EMPRESS
Shilohm
The   family   remedy   for   Couiha   and Colda
"Shlloh coats  ao   little   and does   to much I"
when railed upon .to do so, or if he fail , on their return in good ordor.
to complete the work contracted for. j Each proposal must bo nceompanicd
Tho cheques or certificates ol deposit by an accepted bank cheque or cer -
of unsuccessful tonderers will lio return tificatc of deposit ona chartered bank
ed to them upon the elocution of the of Canada, made payable to tho Hon-
contract. ourable the Minister of Public Works,
Tenders will not  be considered unless  for a sum equal to 10 per cent, of ten-
made out  onthe forms supplied, sign-  der, which shall be forfeited if the par-
taken, Publi.* Building, Vancouver.B.O.  'evliiag the list of voters for the Oity
Person*  tendering   ire notified    that  ": Rovelstoke for the year 1914.
tenders  will    not be considered utile*.    D»l<"' ,,,ls* 2**h    day   of November,
made on      the printed form-  -upplied,  1913,
and signed with their actual signatures W. A. GORDON,
stating   their occupations  and  (daces I let iss.  Nov.29 3t. Oity  Olerk.
of re-ldenec    In the case of firms, the! __^________
actual signature, the nature of the occupation and place of resldenne of each
member of the firm must be given.
Rnch tender murt he a.-cnnipanled by
nn accepted cheque on a chartered hank
Th" much discussed single tax will
be given a national     test   when thn
French government adopts     the law
imposing a special    income   *ax on
I payable to the order of the Honourable  bachelors  and spinsters. PAGE  EIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY. DECEMBER  (I,  1913
LOCAL M GENERAL
J. Marian of Nakusp, is in town.
U.K. Ennis of Kamloops is in the
city today.
R. Duncan ot Clanwilliam was trans
meting  business here this morning.
Mi. ami Mrs. H. Johnson of Saskatoon, arc Revelstoke visitors this week
fad.
O.E, Jones ol Vanootuer, was noticed among the guests at the King
Bdward.
K, Walker of Kield, came down the
mountain thii week-end, lb i-nt tho
King Edward,
Mib. N.n. Smith and Mrs, 11. Gil -
chri t,ol Arrowhead, wen- shopping in
tin- city today.
W.W. Bradley, chief assessor for the
Kootenay, with headquarters at Nelson,  ii in town.
S. Singer of Calgary, is among the
many prairie visitor- to transact busi-
nei   here thK week.
I'.i Campbell of .Salmon Ann, is
makmg another business trip to Revelstoke  this week-end.
Leave your order at Hobson's Ior
your Xmas cokes and puddings, we
guarantee satisfaction.
E. C. rraflord of Arrowhea I, eamo
in on the south train yesterday. He
is at  the King Edward.
Paul Paulins oi London, Eng., is
among thc distant visitors to stop oil
a(  Revelstake this week-end,
Seats if selling fast for "The Pink
Lady and it look.- as though every
seat   in  the house will  be sold.
R.C. Roe ot New Wettminster, came
tu from the west, a couple of days ago-
He is staying at. th.- King Edward,
Mr. and Mi.-. W. J. Hill oi Rogers'
Pas-, are shopping in town this week
end.   They are at   the  Kin-  Edward.
Arthur Collison,  Lhe son ol Mr,  A.J.
Colli--'ti   .Sixth street, broke lii
the  nesull "i a  fall   wh n  sleigh
Ihii   morning.
repoi i of ih-- prize wiunora of
ih. Revel toke and Anov. Lakes foul
us held hero this wo k, wl
j.       o    '*■   Wednesday's  .--uc.
\ 'i oront ch to th   Mai  Hi i
B morning,      v- that  resfrd*v
a C.P.R.    otiirnct
i , t0 Mclvor Bro-.  oi Den
ver, < for th-- work on the b;g
Rogers Pass.
ht is tin
CO.  :it      ■
Th.- company have been pleasing the
Revel it opie who
unate io *- all
We T.e
"Winning the Widow.''
Thc   M II       leave
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a :\
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SUDDEN DEATH
ATTRACTIONS     COMING TO
AT EMPRESS     OPERA HOUSE
There will be several first-class attractions at this popular play hou-c,
during tin- next few weeks. Theatre-
goers will do well to keep their eye
onthese columns where the theatrical
news will  be found.
WINNING THE WIDOW
Tbe George H. Summers Co., which
has held the boards this week at thc
Empress theatre, each night have scot*
ed a series of successes. It would be
unfair to compare one night's performance with another as every bill has
been well chosen and well ai ted,
Tonight, Saturday, this popular coin
pany will cb,sm their week'- enga •'
ment with a three act play ''Winuluy
the Wielow.'' It i- claimed thai to
many this will appear to be the ban
ner play of the week, it Is a veritable
scream.
(ii course Mis- (once Wbitcher and
Cha ib- Whltehouse will appeal at
their best in flrst-class vaudeville- iu-
i loilm tions. Every resident of Revel
stoke should make it a point to aeoure
theli    seats for    to-night's show     as
allot Revelstoke will be there to see
the Winning of the Widow, and to say
nood-bye to the Geo. H. Summers Co.
one of the very best theatrical com -
panic- to eve-r tour the- west,
THE BOSTON OPERA  CO.
Arrangements have     been perfected,
whereby  the amusement lovers of   this!
city will have a chance of enjoying one
of th» best comic operas "Said  Pasha''
at   the  Revelstoke Opera House,     on
Thursday,  Doc.   llth, over heard hero-j
"La  Muscoiie" has long I men a favor-i
ite in the Eastern States, playing   the
-ame territory yoar after year.
Among the principals are to be found
the best    in comio opera.   The prima
dnnnn soprano, Miss Hortense Travors*
it is said has the distinction of    being
the youngost prima donna on tho Am-
nrlcan stage and she possesses a mag-
niflcenl   voice, rich   in    tone,   brilliant
and powerful, aiid is also reputod to be
a remarkably  handsome woman. Miss
Jessica Clement, the     mezzo soprano,'
i'om      the     thistled hills of Scotland,
possesses a voice of which to he proud. I
There are  Iwo  comedians   that,    stand,
away up as fun producers—Mr,     jack
Leslie    and     Mr.   Ray Southard, and
I their antic-.-mei funny    business per -
meats throughout the entire three acts
The chorus is made up of lovely fern-'
iiiiniiy.   Thi- will be one    of tbc principal events of the season,  and all mu-
-•'■ lovers -I Id not mUs the oppor-'
tnnilyof seeinj this talented company,
! in our i-ity.
isisrasiafsiaaaJsiaraisiaiaMsraisrsiara
I SALES and WANTS I
B IOc. line Minimum 25c.   Cash in Advance \Q
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BjaiaiajajaMiajaiasjaaiajaiaasjas/aaj
POR 3ALK—A 24 foot Motor Launch
Seven Ii.l'., Fairbanks engine, with
reverse. Will sell reasonable Apply
to F.N. Roberts, Arrowhead, B.C.
WANTBD—Srayt'ho's Employment Of-
f.cc, men for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythe's Employment Office,  First street, Rovelstoke, B.O.
WANTED—Washing woll and carefully
done at the Colored Hand Laundry,
McKenzie and Victoria Road, B'one
299,
WANTED — Nursing, apply to MrB.
McDonald, Connaught avenue, second door from Second streel, between First and Second s*trcots.
WANTED—A competent general housemaid. Apply Mrs. R. Howson, Mc -
Kcnzie  Avenuo.
WANTED—Teamster wnnts job
ply  W.P.,  Mail-Herald.
Ap-
WANTED—By young Japanese boy,
house work by the month, has had
experience. Apply to Post otlice,
Box   IU',. Revelstoke, B.C.
I-'IKTY BEAUTIES.
We have     with    us ou   Monday  the
Pink Lady, without a doubt the largest and  strongest   company  that   ever i
came   through   the   mountains, travel
ing practically     on  tbeir own  private
trains,  three baggage '-ar- und     two :
sleepers,  the biggest aggregation     of !
actors  ever to  rWlt   Revelstoke —   50 ■
chorus  girls,   all   beauties, in  all     SO J
people.   Yon  will    ■■!■ this as played in
Calgary  last  week lo  record  business,  j
Se ui'i' your  seats  early as  ihi- i- ab-I
solutely the finest  company     Managei
Smythe haa evoi bad in Revelstoke the
price may  -ce-m a  little high but    wiih,
ih.-   wonderful   -ompany   you   will-'ay
, i. np,   Remember ihe elate,     Empress iheatn , Mon lay, Umc. Sth. Seat -
on sale  now  a    Mu donal I s.
" THK  PINK   LADY."
In iln* i:uil.   ol principals and   hoi
uses ..I * 'I'b    Pin    Lady Co "
ippeai - at   the Empress thi atre, Mou
laj, Ue . Bth, will be- seen and
numl ■■' of (  en.i linn and  English    nei
Mi     ';.  irgie   r  rvey,      wh.i
plays the cccen rk  character role     ot
Don ''orn in No
tia, in fai t she I iugl I school  thei
..  hoi    timi  i
\\        a.       M iflat, who
ih-   role of  Au oi i. ic
.  -.
ti  ;   trom horn-
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ual..
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hoW        O   ShOOt eje        Ol •',
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Revelstoke Clothing Company
We have purchased the Btock of C. S. McFarland, Howson Block
and are carrying on business In the same stand. We lind when taking Stock quite a few broken lines which we are offering at remarkable reductions. Vou will find your size ;n some of these lines. We
have daily replenished the stock and it is
would wish.
now  as    complete  as  you
Men's Fine Shirts, Including all sizes, made hy such makers as
Olett, P tbody, Van Allen, ani Tookos, regular prices $1.25 to $2.25
Sale  Price 65   Cents.
Men's Shoes, inoluding such makers as Dr. Reids, Bell's and
McPherson, which regularly sold for $6.00 to $7.50. Now on tele
at $3.95
Men's Shoes whioh regularly sold foi 5*1 ■"■' to $5.00. Sale price,
while they last. $1.95
Men's Suits whi-h regularly sold lo    ■'     * Sat-1 Price $13.90
Boys' Shirts      Sal   Pri » 45 Cents.
A Big AS3ortmenI o; N'eckwear whicli was regular 50o. and 75c.
Lines.   Sale Pri.-e 25 Cen s.
Revelstoke Clothing Company
iPffwti j>ti
BUSINESS LOUIS
(   eildren,   Read  C. B.   Hume's advt.
on page five, something for you.
Reception and evening gowns, Cross-
man & Co., ladles and men's tailors, jyjr j p pori\,
havo placed ln stock some twenty-four [rom a (,[,, 0V(.r
evening dresses, these models are tho I
original creations of famous French de-1 Mr. Geo. Smith, log contractor, is
signers and therefore feature the most laid up in the hospital with the grippe
up-to-date advanced styles. Call and
soo us for your ovening dress. — Cros*s-
man and Company.
returned    Thursday,
the south country,
Our new fruits arc all In stock for
your Xmas cakes and puddings at A.
Hohson'si
Ladies evening dresses, the latest,
fashions, eight only—halation to clear
at $*J0 to $30.—Cressman nnd Co.
Mr. Ed. Dupont came up from US
ranch south of hero to spend a weok in
town.
Howson & Co.
complete lite of
cutters.
aro showing a most.:
-hildiens' sleighs and
A Real Estnto Sign, la usually a
linger board to wealth, .It points out
the road clearer than any thing else can
there is money to be made in real estate anl lots of it, we have some offers
to make, which will tic worth your
While to consider come in todny and
look over our lists.—J.B. Wat-on Realty Company.
Hobson can -upply you with the
genuine confectioners Icing sugar   for
your cakes.—Once tried always used.
Boys!      Boys!
from  Howson's.
Buy  ymir sleighs
Mr. McCleneghan accompanied the
bank Inspector on a trip to Arrowhead
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirve and family of
Arrowhead, were in town for a couple
of dnys  this week.
Uev. E, lloogaei-s of Kaslo, visited
Father MacKenzie last evening, returning  this  morning to  Naltusp.
Mr, Rory McLennan came in from
Field to attend the masquerade hall .
ami icne-w old acquaintances.
Mrs.  Knox ol Three Valley, was am-
ong  the masqueraderri on Wednesday
night, the guest ol Mrs. H. Bews.
Mr. Keith Patterson h.is joined lho
stall of the Revolstoke Hnrdware Co.
to help out  during  the  busy  season.
Mr. W.M. Brown of Lillooett, ox-
mayor of Revelstoke, was in town this
week and was a spectator at tho masquerade.
Mr. S. Humphreys left by tho midnight train for New York, en-route to
England,    per    S.   s.  Olympic,     for
Christinas.
Mr. W. Pease of Kelowna, is visiting
at the   home of    Mrs.   Sibbald  andas
sisting in the production of the   pluy,
in tho Tennis Cluh concert.
Next Monday, being the Feasl of tho
Immaculate Conception, Low Mass
will be held at 7 a.m.. High Mass at
lt! a.m..  and Benediction at 7:30 p.m.
Money Orders for sale, payable iu
all parts of the World.—J. U. Watson
Realty  Company.
The Man is Always Late Isn't lliy—
He is the late Mr. Man, he's going to
buy the home Soon, tho home that bo
was going to buy a long time ago, and
Values are inclosing rapidly, while his
bank account is Increasing slowly. Better hurry him Up or you'll never have
the home We have some splendid
Real Estate Bargains to oiler you just
now—The  J.B.  Watson  Realty Co.
All fresh nnd good are our seeded Mrs. Shepperd, who has bad Mrs.
Sultana raisins, currants, veels, shell- Kennedy's house rented this fall, left
ed walnuts and almonds, flgs and dat- oh Fridaj  rulug's wesf train, haves, iu fact everything you require for ing receiveda telegram thai ber bus
youi   Xmas baking  at   Hobson's.            j band is  ill.
Old Mother Hubbard, she wont lo Mr. and Mis. Joe Caliin .ome Irom
the cupboard, expecting to quench her Vancouver tho iir t o tho weekand
thirst: but when -he got there, the* uro the guests of Mrs. Bd. Trimble.Joe
cupboard wns hare: the oil man    had   has never y*-t  missed ibe annual  mas-
I been there first.—Go to Cressman, the   querade ball.
, Ladies' and Men's Tailor foi your fall
and wintei overcoat and you'll not be
disappointed, December sale now on
suits and overcoats 815, regular prioe
$25 and $30.
Inspector Millei visited the various
looms in Central school in bis official
capacity on rhuisda*) and Friday ol
tbis week. I be was well pleased witl-
the Bplendid progress found in all tin
Gold Rang" Lodge, No. 26, Knights class,'..
.,;  Pythias,  '■'"ill  meet in future on  the
:VELST0KE LAWN TENNIS CLUB
CONCERT
Empress Theatre, Wednesday, Dec. 10, 8:45 p.m.
The    I.a.i ■-'    Aid  of  tb'  Method st
e lllll- -ll   lll'lll  a   «    ll   ,,t le-llele-el     Httg Oil
'I hursday     aftei noon al   the bo. ie
Mrs. Leonard   llowson.    Considerable
business     was nan acted aud Beveral
The Easiest Way to Make Money ami   new membenf joined.
the safest  ia to invest in  Real  Estate,
1st   ui'l 3rd     Wednesday evening, anel
,ny "i'h  Wednesday at  8 o'clock in  Sei-
k.r.  Hull.   Visiting brothers cordially
ted.    \.  E. Kincaid. C.C. t.f.
-
,
':
Of Mr. W. E. McLaughlin
A   .-'.O'jm was ca-t o    r
morning  when i-   bet -      am-
cng-t resident- thai  M     W.E.  M Lau
ghlin, an old-timer in Revelstoki
was greatly lespe-r • ; :  a ■
ay suddenly.   Mr. McL
fcii office at the New Court Hon ■   th.
morning as u eiBi jn connection     -r
li    po ition as  min-n.-  recorder,     and
about nin-- o'clock .-. i   found dead
his chair.
Th>- u*most sympathy will I*- extend
Ml to hif  widow,  illative*  and fn.
ina painfully sudden bereavement.
'
■ i
don ■
PROGRAMME:
     German Melody
I. irdj   ind   W. Keir
*Th   Man  ,v tli    be Single Hah''
hall
'Tl -■ i.i- tie Quakeress"
Mi
Tl e ' rystal (laser"
Hi i [el a
- rn L .ing.
Davis   Sturdy,
in
„ Beloe ted
S       tO   Me'*
■ ' '-.nee-        i    I   .<l|||
h M e or Pelllcan,
n             Mi     H be    Jo epb    A.
i-i  - rail,    Mi    m.   p
- n Boodle, Mi   i<
*!
THE KfN
The first 17 mile« of tl- Pnein
'ireni Eastern railway, from Newport
to Cheekamotis, will li" officially declared ,pened on November 29 by Hon
Thomas Taylor tKn minister ol railways
I \M
i I the I
lie      e  . lot
a
.. n it.
Vtonds       1 nc  Bat th   .,1  ,'. .      oo
■ ■  Part
! eh est of tl tl      -ill,      a
erfu] picture in fo u   pm ' -.
"''       •- .       I'e'n'-.lth      SOttth-
' i n S k i'-<«
lay    Voodoo,  in   i'i.r. f  p ,,-is.   In
Mti i  v- irs; Thth  in'-       m,.,i   i ,.,
versal  Weekly.
W   In'-   lal     Thi   Cieen   f.... I    „.    t|„.
flower   ''-ill nf   MonthariM.    in       three
i net        Sally   H-ragcs     Hoossmnld,
11    .    Love  Adair.
tb Quickest way is to come hero and
ii.ok o.er our lists. We aro in touch
with the largest Property Owners and
line some tine offers to make,—Terms
easy—J.I!. Watson Realty Co.
Ontario sweet apple cider can he Iuui
;t   ll...e-on'   ioi y ■ miuce meat.
If vou want a tuner for riano or
Organ, call oi CO Brownell, or phone
No.73.
For Baby
Howson's.
cutte-r  robes  go  to
H,
Rt, Kev. .las. Morrison, D.D., His-
hop of Antigmish, N.8., was the guest
, I Father McKenzie this week, Ili-
l.op .Morrison Was on his return trip
from California and led for thc east
on Wednesdnj  mornli
Mr. enl Mrs. Julius t'u-'ieaio, coll
11 at-il the christening of their young
est child lasl Friday evening with i
large party, Quitoa crowd attended
from Revelstoke ami report having a
lino lime. Mrs. Cashato rved , tur-
ke.*i supper te, hei gnosis and the evening w.i   nioyed in cards and dancing.
Ladies' evening dresses, the most up      Mr.  Willi.un Saulur of Bummerland
; to date stock  from coast to coast. —   le th - juc-i this w.-!, oi Mr. CR. MaC-
Cressman mid Company. donald.   Mr.  Sautar is a professional
actor from England, who is enjoying B
vacation anion.' the fruit ranches ol
the Okanagan. This weok Mr. Sautai
i- a-1Ing n   stage manager    for    thi
tf you wish to make yottr own Christ T"''nis ('*"1' P'0*' '*■ which P<,,'"r'"
ms   rake, we will bake and decorate it  '"■'" h" wiU *',u" >-''"'" »< -**-<'*»»i-r
foi i on at I lobson's.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in   itevelstoke   l,y   (he   Revelstoke Gen-
• ernl  Agencies, Ltd
COMING EVENTS
v
■nt.rm..
l>e-   i   Thie pla    i ady, at  ihe    Km
iin«s theatre.
an. ■•'inrnt,    it
the  Rmpresi  theatre
in, l.nn   nnei Britton,
Brnpra    tl •atre.
Dccembei   "'th -Ml i   I rpbosa i'ark -
era Conosrt,  En'pi M   ih'-atre
B II    iSSSmblS  on  Thurs
•lay.    Ian    I".     Tin     R ,    eje.-lded   ,it     a
if  ths e.,i,inei   held yesterday
by       l'"'mier
l-n
'i 1    proi tarnation   lot mully     '-ailing
lament   tagsthtr wdl lu- published
-1 e-arW dn1" i"   h     Canada   Oa-
7.-ltc **      The   Rrinfl   of   Ian.   lii as    the
lee-lletl       Mill    i-iVP    the   gOT-
crnmen'     n   [e"n,,d    ,f    six WSSlTK      in
wideh to prepare ihe sessional    pn-
' gram,  which  promiies   o   be a fairly
heavy one.
I'm your money in a house, its thc
be t a ini.'s' lianl, on earth, The ensh-
ier will never run oil Willi it, it will in-
>'-r go o el ..I business, you've got it
right under your thumb, no one can
tnl-i! it away from you. There it is a
shelter In limeot stonn. You'll have
■ place to sleep if you don't have anything to eat, and surely that's bettor
thnn having noplace to sloop and nothing to cat. It is .always something
on whi'h you can realise ready money
Kvery young man hould slnrtin life
with n trim little bon t as halln-t and
nnohor, Wo have the trim little house
and a sninil payment will nin'-t'1 it
yours'.—j.n.  Watson  Healty Co.
If Our tO I.cl   Si'.'n is on  Your House
it i  as good as rented, to responsible
tenants If you wish to rent a house,
we can serve you equally well. We'
have a large acquaintance, and are in
touch with the best and larges't properly owners in 'he city, which enables
uh lo give OUI clients the best service
that it , po ilil.- to gel. —J.D. Watson
n»"Hy   OO.
TO IfKNT—A Warm Room, close In
00 M Kenz.e avenue, next Mail-Her-
ald office. It,
Tennis Club Concert
Wednesdnj evening i- the occasion of
ih. eagerly anticipated entertainment
arranged     under     the auspices of tin
Lawn Tennis  Cluh.    The evenl  is to be
liofd in tbe Kmpress theatre, and   the
program is lo be pleasantly vaiiod.   A
Dumber of children trained hy Mrs. H.
MeVity    will present two pieces.      In
one Clarence Lyons and Lillian    Hny-
ward will  take the principal roles     oi
"Two  Utile chicks-chicks,   and  will  be
usslsteel   hy a  chorus of  sixteen      little
ones'.    In  Ihe  second  childrens      piece.
Oliffe  Cashato is  to  sing. "Thc  Little
Qaukeress."   Miss Wilson  and  Mr.  W.
It.  Pease, of Kelowna, will perform   a
smart  duologue entitled  "The Crystal
flazer," and as a  grand  Quale a clever
playlet     "Aifter the .Storm Comes    n.,
Calm'' is to  be  sta^pd by    cast    composed of  the Misses  Frances  Lawson.
Hughes and  Marshall,  and  Messrs.  W
B. Pease,  Lane and Monk.  Altogetbet
a delightful      evening is  assured   those
who  attend  this event, and  it    should
on no account he overlooked in mal<
Ing ones arrangements for this week
We noticed the genial countenance ol
A. Coy on the streets today.

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