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Vol. 19-No 101
REVELSTOKE, B. C,  DECEMBER 20, J913
$2.50 Per Year
CITY COUNCIL
REGULAR MEETING
Lively
Tran-
Lau ^'Schemes dnd Laundry Sites.
Lo.. li>ci^tt: and Strong Statements,
sients • "censes  to   be   Increased
to $500.  Tb.iv        i Arrangements.
Aid.  Howboii, acting mayor,  presid
eclat the regulai* meeting of the city
couneil held on Friday nighl. when
there were also present Aldermen Me- -
Kinnon, Horobin, Barber, and Bourno,
■with the city solicitor, Mr. MeCarter,
aud the city clerk,  Mr. W.A. Gordon.
MAYOR'S ALLOWANCE.
The formal steps necessary to authorize the payment to the mayor oi $600
for hi< services during I'J 13 were complied with.
THE ELECTIONS.
A formal resolution was passed tix-
ing Monday, January l*Jth, as lho
date for the nomination of candidates j
for the positions of mayor, aldermen,
and ifchool trustees, anil tixing Thurs -
day, January 15th, as election lay,
Mr. B.R. Reynolds to be returning officer.
LAUNDRY BYLAW.
A letter was read from the     RevelBtoke  General    Agencies  Ltd..  -ium-.l
by John D. Sibbald.   It ran:—"Owing
to the fact that lots 2 and 3, blo.k 'J9
map 6:i!*>, are not  included in the areas
in which laundries   may be  located,  wo
would respectfully request the   council
to have the bylaw covering these, amended to  allow ol  a  laundry on    these
lots.     Wa    'i.iuht say  that tho
steam  laundry    wus  located    on
abo*>e mentioned grounds   and are    at
a lo-s to understand why these    were
not  mi I under the bylaw.   It Is
the intention at the present time ii the'
city will _: ■  the necessary r.-lii't as re-
above to build   a steam laun-
block 99,   which  was  allowed  to      run
cn.   That laundry was burned    down.
Mr.  Coy was prepared lo put up a laundry and had    obtained the premises
formerly  occupied  by  Carlson's dairy,
and proposed to have the laundry there
temporarily.   It   was  too  latent   this
I time of the year lo think of building
i bul in  the spring it was intended    to
'electa  suitable      building for   laundry
purpo&B.    Before   proceeding   Mr.   Coy
took the precaution lo intiaire into the
matter and  to find  out   whether   there
was aiiy bylaw to prevent it.     Thi.- by
law was brought to his attention anil
Mr. Coy s'aw him about it with the result that he saw several aldermen a''°u'
jit,  including Aid.  Burlier,  chairman of
the committee that had to do with bylaw-, who instructed him to bring   in
an amendment of ihe bylaw declaring
iit was not intended to cover steam la-
, undries.   He   had  accordingly   drafted
au     amendment    to  the bylaw which
would  limit  it.-' operation to  laundries
SCHOOLS
ROLL OF
HONOR
CENTRAL SCHOOL
Entrance Class, Div. 1—Mabel Sim- j
monds.  Marion  Lawrence,  Arvid Lim- I
dell,  Drina Fraser,    Tommy  Morris.—
Those doserving Honorable mention:—
Sylvia Gnllicano,  Harry Hack,  Earle  '
Donaldson,   Stanley   Manning,     Dorri-
McCarter,  Isa Dtiulop, Annie McLcuu.
Arthur Fraser, Garry Tomlinson.
Entrance Class, Div,  II—Os.-ar Lun-
' dell, Pearl Stacey, Irvin Clough, Al-
j ma     Corson,    Bella Lauehton, Rufus
Stone,  Everett Eaton.   Those worthy
of  mention—Irene'  Donaldson,  Domenie
! Porta, Graham Bruce, Frank Dunn.
I    Junior Fourth, Div.  Ill—Lyda Morgan,     Alan Granstrom,   Gertie Field.
Amy Smythe, Cassie MeKinnon, Allan
Granstrom, Jessie McGregor,    Gilbert
Davis, Donah Leii;h.
Senior Third—Wong Sin;:. Kathleen
Sutherland, Doms Cartwright, Irene
Morgan, Florence Bourne, Doreen Smythe, Ragn0r Granstrom, Ross McGiv-
en, Myrtle Hamilton, Estella Shuttle-
wood, Florence McDonald, Marry Bell,
Nertha Nelson. John MacKinnon, Joyce FWeiham   Maud Daniels. Honorable
OOLUMBIA RIVER
NAVIGATION SCHEME
Unfounded Reports Corrected.—Work of Survey Parties Proceeding.—What Their Work
Includes.—Clear Statement of the Position.
Seen yesterday in connection with a sent season, that party has been en-
paragraph which recently went the gaged on surveys' between Revelstoke
rounds of the Press, uncut the Colum- and the international boundary, and
bia River survey, Mr. J.P. Forde, dis- is still working on those surveys. The
trict engineer of the public works de- work is actually progressing at tho
partment. Revelstoke, corrected inuc- present time. The statement that the
curacies  contained     in tbe paragraph work has been stopped e,n account    oi
NEW DEPUTY    "
MINISTER
J.  E.
GRIFFITH  SUCCEEDS
W. W. FOSTER
referred t0 and kindly furnished information as to the actual position of affairs which i,-' of great interest.
Certain periodicals a few days     ago
gave- wide  publicity   to statements    to
the  e'lf.'Ct  that the  government  engineers who have been employed exploring
tlie  Columbia  river to  ascertain     its
feasibility as a westerij wheat     route
to Portland have stopped work on account of the cold weather.   The para -
graph went on.    "They state that  the
reports the-y  have submitted o:i     their
tlie winter is incorrect as this work is
naturally carried on during the low
water season, which occurs in \he winter time. Waneta is the place on the
boundary where the river enters the
United Slates.
Mr. Muerling's work has been confined io special surveys in the vicinity
of Burton, which is at the lower end
ot the Columbia river narrows, connecting the Upper and Lower Arrow
lakes. Th.e WOrk being done by Mr.
Muerling's  party is With tbe view     oi
J.E. Griffith, for a long time connected with the British Columbia government service, will be the new deputy
minister of public works, vice W. W.
Foster, resigned. Years ago Mr. Griffith was connected with the C.P.R.
construction department west of Winnipeg, and is one of Ihe greatest rail -
way experts in the fighting of snow
anywhere in the world.
mention—Peter McKellar, Muriel Southworth, Robert Gordon. Willard DuMn
Esther Abrahamson,     Gordon Cump -
investigations have been favorable and improving navigation there, at the
ihai the Columbia River eould be narrows, which Improvement will be
made navigable from Revelstoke lo required in the immediate iu'.ure even
the    Pacific     ocean.     Flat    bottomed  il the larger scheme of making  the riv-
coast should
Victoria,    Dec.   IC—Tlie  appointment
of Public Works Engineer  J.   E.  Gril.
fith    as    deputy     minister 0i    public-
works,  succeeding  Mr.   W.   W.  Foster,
who was recently ele ted member   for
the islands, is expected.   It is stated
ihat the matter has already been be-
fore the executive and ulthe.ugli official
confirmation  has  not   yet  been  gi.cn,
the st.eiy i- regarded as authentic. Mr.
Griffith declined  today to discuss   the
statement.
lt is proposed that Mr. Grillitb act
as both deputy minister and publio
worke engineer   anel Engineer     G. P.
other thansteat   Laundries, steam la- M1* Clarence Lyons,     Secord Curtis,
Hie)'  Luw,  Edna  Johnson.
Ho; !ng  th'   ".ltittei
the by
steam
l a Cou
dry .
will ur  usual  prompt    con
sidei • t;on •
The city oiicitor stated that
law was p .--"1 before the oLi
latin iry  W I ' built.
Al I. Horobin—Th< n ther.' wai
travention   il   lv bylaw.
The read tie' bylaw referr
ed to
Aid    H        lin   men, d   that   lhc  letter
be laid on the table for a week.
Aid. Ha:*: moved f..t- leave to nm-
eml the bylaw relating tee |aun li
iu connection with thi^ motion Wr.
Coj ,. ;• red on behalf of the proposed new i in.try te, support an
application previouely Bled (or permission t. . •• Carlson's itable ptemis
es  .     .           or iry  laundry.
All.   II      I   I    -aid   about   a    month
ac;i>  ei ion   was  made for  per-
missii laundry on Third Bt,
anl permission was granted. Woul I
that person be liable under the bylaw'.'
The city solicitor replied that he
woulel be liable for an infringement oi
tho bylaw by running a laundry iu the
city lm .ell be. gol over by am
ending tie   bylaw.   Mr.  Coy was presenl to support ;,n application for   per-
mi-si  u«e Carlson's    stublcs    as
tempora y pi mines t'e.r a laundry    He
bud a  ; ■ * signed bj   about   ieven
undries would be exempt Irom the provisions of the bylaw if the amendment
was passed. There was nothing to prevent the establishment of other steam
laundries. Mr. Coy wns not a-king for
a monopoly or anything like that, but
was here perfectly willing to do bu-i ■
ness. There were plenty of places just
,, outside thc city boundaries where ihe
, laundry could be located but Mr. Coy
did not want to go there and it would
not be goo.I business for the eity if h<
did ns the eity would then lose tho benefit of tbe taxes, li the city said he
must be continil io
his laundry Mr. Coy would not go
there but would po Outside 'i.-' eitylini
its. Thu request was that :.-a... laua
dries should be exempted from the' oP'
nation ofthe laundry bylaw. In Vernon and Komloops and elsewhere there
were laundries, steam laundries, in the
centre of  the city
Mr. J. Silibnld, ir., who >aiel here-
presented the llull-Sibbaid -yndi.-ate,
nnd New York owner- ,.( local property, appeal*".' ne oppose a laundry being erected in that pan of the town
referred lo by Ur. Coy. Residents in
ihat locality objected ;oa laundry be-
Ing allowed there. In the Brut place
a laundry would make considerable
noise nn I - nuei a irouii smell iu-t lh •
-'anic us a stable. In regard to the
lettei asking for lol - in block 9l>, ii
was ,n u.e way tiggested that ihey
would  have lobe bought  for laundry
purpose*.   Th y bad i e it  >n what
ever to a laundry going in any other
portion uf Hi   town.    .; i
ih.' i'ui ticul u dl trict .ci'- ied by thi-
nppliention very strongly objected to a
laun Iiy  going nn  thi It     ,< Ison's
■ eld dairy.   He could nol   e- thai   the
Senior Second Reader.—Hugh Me -
Crae, Wcntworth Smythe, Arthur Need.
ham. Chrlstena Owens, Agnes     Cress-
and that thc largest part
of the wheat trade from the western
prairies will l'o that way to the foreign  markets."
This report  refers, of course, said Mr.
Forde, to the     survey   which is   being
man. Doris Siegfried, Jean Bell. Those   navigabl
desen ine_'  honorable mention:—George
Williaiiison,     Eng Ming,   I'at  Cowan,
Teddy Cordon, George Trimble,
Low Second Reader—Stewart Bur -
ridge, Walter Cressman, Alfred Abrahamson, Alfred Bourn", Cathie Dochard. Honorable mention ;— Alllstec
McRae, Tom Dochard, Harry Davis,
George Morgan, Ralph Morris, Doug-
for  *as Sollt,lwoitli, Llewelyn Parry.
First Header—Jack Cartwright, Margaret Mlchelson, Btuurl McLean, Tonj
Couettln, Gladys   Madden,    Bnldgman
Taylor.—Honoi able mention:— Justi/- en iheti be completed as the economic
ia TruKl, Nelii, Allen, Aimer Carlson features of the scheme will have to be
Irene Trimble,     Jessie   Bruce,     Alice   gone into and covered.
boats would  have to be  used exclusive- er navigable to the Pacific
ly. aaiiv.manv^la.-e- thc river would not be proceeded with.   Tbis necessary NapiM |)eC(jme a>sU;int publio workg
have to be dredged for several     miles, work will fit in    with     local   require- engineer,   Mr.  Napier has been in    the
lhc American government has engine- ments and the big scheme al-o.   It is employ o[ the provincial government
eis working    on the lower part of tbe actually proceeding today. for about  eight   y.ar- and at  the  pres-
river and it   is  the opinion of  the   en- The report of the field engineers will C1U   tjmfi   jg    r,>i(|(.n,     cn„u.er      for
gineers on the woik thai in the     next be completed some time in March, it is Kie-hmoml, Deita   Ohilliwack and Vale
four years the  Columbia river will  be expected.   Thewhole  report  will   then
be prepared for the consideration of the
Minister ,,i Public Works, covering
bolli the engineering and economic aspects of the scheme. Thut report will
go through this office.
Aske'il as to his opinion ot the scheme
Harris, Reg Upper.
Second Primer t*.a--. Division VII.—
Beatrice Jolifte, Aileen Lee-. Corinne
Smytge, Netherly Kilpatrick, Blair
Dickson. Hon.ii ible- mention:—BoFdeu
Mclntyre, Ernest Sindermann, Elmer
Ston-, Art luir  Jo'.insnn.  Ali ■■•■  Morris,
Division VII., Kii-t Primer Class.—
.Mai .uii.-   lie: .u I,     Mar Pi a .lolin-.
Alfiei    Burridge,      Stuart   Laughton,
George  M Given,   Honorable mention
!■;. a Towse, Irwin Huletli. l-alie-1
Coursier.
l»iv. VIII, Beginners' Class.—Class
A.—May Rolierts, Marjorie Ho erte,
I '.ml Wipfli, Arthur Higgs. Clans B—
Morden Allum, Doris abrahamson
Fran Robinson, Louis Coueffin. Clnis
C—Alfred Haggen. John Rose. Honorable mcntionMHilla and Marjorie
Garnett, Bmlyn Parry, Kenneth Bews.
inade by this department. Thc parties Mr. Forde stated it was impossible for
have been in the field for the past two him to express au opiuion until the re-
jummers, but have not yet completed ports of the tield engineers had been
their work, and while it is expected received and full data obtained as to
lhat they will .lee so and make their lhc comparative cost of transportation
report on the engineering features of na the Columbia Riier from Revel -
ork within the next few weeks, stoke t,, the coast as against railway
.he'  report to  the Minister will not ev-   transportation to B.C. s'ea  ports.
The above facts will be particularly
inte'isting t() our readers In view of the
attention the scheme has excited locally. Should the report, when completed, -low the scheme to be a feasible 0ue
fiom all points of view it is eertain to
receive the -uppori of Mr. R.F. Green,
M.I'., who has always shown himself
to be keenly interested in all work
which would he for the good of the
provinc i- a whole and particularly
of tie- Ke.otetuiy disni ■*. an.l o! other
lu.-al  representatives.
lonii
distri  ts.
The proposed new deputy minuter
has been in the government service
. 397 and for lii year- j.i i ir tu
joining the public works .1 partmeat
was employed by tti" C. P. R. on construction work we-i of Winnipeg when
lhe first >teei was laid and later as
resident engineei between Donald and
Kamloop.-.
Some live >•• ars ago he waa loaned
ly    the government  to     th    C.P.R.
which iii t.iin dispatched him '•■ Bouth
i  to enter    the em| lo ■
Two panic.-are encage.i in the work
one i„ charge of Mr, W.F. Hi. hard-on,
and the other in charge of Mr. H. F.
.'duelling.
During the season of 1912-13, Mr.
Richardson's party was engaged in sur-
\ e-eying tlv river between Golden and
Kc\,'l-toke, and his report on this
work has already been sent to Ottawa.
and during thc sea«on 1913-14,  this pre
. Tran-Andian Railway Company, op-
• lut..'ii between Buenos Ayrei and
Valprai ection with    winter
operation over th Vttdes and the "instruction of larg ti .i ii a th re.
Mr. Griffith's experience em the division of ti.- C.P.R. west of Donald
stood hint n good s'tead in the Andes.
It will Iv remembered that n well
ktieiwn Vancouvei ex-railway man.
Mr. Geo n. accompanied  Mr.
Griffith to S.eiith Araeri a.
NEW DOCK
AT BEATON
A GREAT  BOON
council coul.I object io ihe request   in
the letter.
At  thi>  point Mi.    I'ails.eti  who  wa
al-o in  attendance.     commenced     lo
-peak to Mi.  Bibb il I.
Mr. Sibbald—I -hill
SELKIRK SCHOOL.
Honor  Roll  for
Work Progressing Admirably
i
Dei
be pit osed
ty five i    tdents in  the neighborhood of   talk to anyone in lhe council.
the pl, e where Carlson's stables form     jjr. Carlson-It you don'l  want
erly
to
stood.    Mr.   Coy had machinery   ,,llK  ln me yoU „,.,,] notr lliu ,.,,,>,„„.
ordered ind on thewny for the esiab-  u in favor of it.   Proceeding toad ■
lishm.nt ,.: i    .cam laundry, an indue-   ,|lc . oiin.H. Mr. Carlson -aid  hi
try very much needed in town. Mr.
Coy Was  '.here to do busineM  anel
put in a laundry.   He was informed of
the faei then there wa-a bylaw deal-
ing with localities where laundries
would be |"i milted. Tlml bylaw was
parsed In   1903 and   il    was  aimed      nt
Chinese w;)-li houses aml designed to
prevent wash houses bolne: stai ted in
certain pact- of the town. At that
time there was no steam lniindry here.
Later a steam laundry was erected on ci|t„ k,lhim haVt. a lltlle bit   of
lo-l about $21*00 or f30O0 oa hi- plaOC
'" and he had a innuly. Now he had a
hance lomakea few dollars by lott
nig ihe place for tbis laundry Mr. Sib-
bal I said it woulel make a smell wl en
he couldn't  smell  a   hick,n.*'      Tbeie
Selkirk    .hoe
ember,  I'JIS.
Receiving  t'la-s Af—Doily Shepherd,
Sarah Laughton, David sturdy.   Honorably  mentioned:—Cordon  Kenward,
Mai*)  Kilpatrick, Delberl Hooloy, Ti d
d>  Baker, Jeun BSdwarda.
Clans li.-Albin  No.burg,  Ituby Rn-
iberfoud, George Singer.
High   First Primer—Laura    Purvis,
Johnnie Crawford and Charlie Header
-on. Annie  BregolisSe uul Annie liocb.
Honorably mentioned: — Menu Wall
liauin,  David Teviui,      Mary    Puglley,
Nataline Birianni.
Low  s.- ,,111 primer—Kathleen Sepi
urebrlggn,   Alberta   Hobson,      Dorothy
j.  P.  Forde, dlstriot eneinoer.
an inspection trip to Beaton on
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purchasing   Candy   made   In
your    . ily.   Buy  your Christmas   Candy     from  u      Our
Home Made ,,i *.nc and   *	
an- extra Xmn   » due . nl
MANNING'S.
Wliol.-al" UelBil
would ix' qo -mell irom a laundry  Hi- Nelson and Harry Anderson.    Honor-
dairy hud been stopped and now he bad ably  mentioned:—Rosie Buoscio,  Eve-
„ .hance to do a little bueUMM     with i>"    Luii|^r,     Cordon Hooley,    Victor
the pla c Mr.  Sibbald wa- again ready Loii/o.
to mt his throat.   He uked the .oun- High  Second   Primer—Rosie     Frey,
a  Fi.sl sk , Ai ilim foil,-on and John
siiow.   Though a Swedehe had u riglit Qoch.
to Uve as well a- an BoglUhmon. When
he wanted to put in a lint  dairy it wa>'
-aid people   .oil I   not sleep   with    iheir
windows open because ol the -mell, he
thought bo hael been tieatel veiy badly    Proceeding and ipeaking to rapid-
• inenlly   a- (lt   limes to      be
._-.;d",   Ml.  tail on   -nil Olga John - ii
-„-   A 1.1.  Horobin had lieui-d in the mattei Hi..-
■     ;  Iii-   lairy, and  -nil there bad been Low Becond Readei   Harold Porter,
e-jj, tw,, (aoed ebeincs. Veronica Paleck, Jack Carmichael and
,y     Mi.   Siblmld   Who aie you  -p»>uking .lam.    Millar.   Honorably  menu..ned.
ia] »i"   I                                                 , Cecil Kimberley, .James Blair.
i1" High Becond     Reader—Ernest  Prey,
Bstelle   M Donell,  and      Vera     Run I.
Mr.
maele
Thursday, where the governmenl
at present ere ling a new dock.
work i' progressing satisfactorily,
the super structure of the main
i~ completed The foremen are
paring to pour the concrete for
anchor bloek-l.u* anchoring ihe
Boat,
The trip was made in the new gov •
ernment mo toi launch Marion (gasoline
62 horse p.eiv.i i from Arrowhead, the
headquarters, where a fine boat house
is nearing completion,   with facilities
for Btoring for tlie winter ii necessary.
The new dock will prove a great
boon t.i Beaton, where the want oi
one hus long been badly felt. Beaton
is the shipping centre (or Camborne,
Tioni Lake and Ferguson di-tn ts an,I
the dock will materially assi-t the de-
velopmem ol the resources ol the dis-
trict by providing more convenient fa-
eilitie- for reaching the markets and
pcedier access thereto.
A passenger ih die being provided
at Beaton dock, which will bc much ap
RECORD
REAL ESTATE
TRANSACTION
_v*-t private real estat" d< 1
on record was completed, w. ■. h the sale
of ihe Duke of Bedford- freehold property covering about lit acres in the
.•enter of London, to H. C. Mallaby-
Deeley, Unionist member in the house
"i commons ie-r    Harrow,   Mii.il -e\.
pieciii-el.   In the past people have suf   Many    million-    of    pound      sterling
are
The
and
11...BI
pre •
the
main
(ered great inconvenience owing t'. the
lai k.ef -ome such shelter, and in-'taii'*-
e-uie frequent in which travellers were
■ .impelled  to  stand OUl in  llie' ..pen foi
hours at a stretch exposed to     m.e-t
inclement weather,   The tune tables ol
boat- on   the   lal    are   Subject   to   lin -
1 hand- over the transaction,
I ut tli.' figures wre w.ttiiice|. Tv ig-
ents vouchsafed the informa ion ihai
"The price i . al   milli >n
ti.'- largest nun ever paid for a
single  property.*'   Ro ighlj    sp
itei     sti. t ben    east uud  »-.■•:
avoidable fluctuations arising from   a from L o St.  Martin's  Lane,
wide variety of causes, ,-ind the    pro- near Trafalgar  Square, and north and
loi,".el   nails at   Bcntonand  elsewhero outh  in.in   Long   \rie  t., the  Strand.
were ordeals ofa character to be    re- It includes the Royal Opera, the Drury
numbered.   The provision of the pa-- Lane, and the     Aldwyoh, Uu Strand
■enger shed will obviate all that,   and and th" i.y cun theatre**, -.\. ml ho-
it-   election   will lu
i ral rejoi. ing.
rived with gen j tela, Covent t;.ir.lcn market, Bow
street police court, the National Sport.
Ing 1 tb, and a numlier of great punting estahli-hmcni-.
Knsi it.ad.r Class A.—Rosie Rowlett, Auru Coming. Charlie Mackinrot
Honorably   mentioned—  Joe   Itowl.ti,
archie it..whn. Rosamund Lawrence.
First  Reader, Class I).—lidna KtiiMi
\hiii" Oatllcano,    Wesley   Henderson.
Honnrably mei ,i      Bldon Corson  i""1-     M"lnl    lyttle,  Robert   Beech
Bvati     McCleneghan    and     Cordon
Young, Honorably nuntione I—Aileen
Lawrence, Dorothy Purvis, (ieorge
Donaldson, Hnrvey McLean, Janet Me*
l.nn lie.   Victor  Hooley,     Pearl  Tevini.
John Moran, Jamieeon Crawford,
Third Real let -Laura Beech. Floy
Douglas, Blsie Frey. Honorably men-
lieinrd—Lisle Bongard,     Wlslo Davcn
A CHRISTMAS APPEAL
Remember the Hospiial
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' THB si i, \,i BOWL
Blaine Robbins,   Helen
Liiughea I, Dominic (.'relllli.
iiMimrd on l'nife  Twelvei
of good health and nre looking lor-
ward toa happy Christmas wiil n .t
forget  thee-e- less fortunately   ituated,
especially the Inraaterfol the ho-;
fourth Header—Neva Douglas, Hai     The inmates ol the h" now
..Id Goodwin Robert Lawrence. Hon- Include several children, In sddltlonto
..lately mentioned:—Dorothy Mackinrot n numbet of adulti and nny a--i t-
Btanley Cole, Sophie moran, Cecil ance in tho good workol rendering the
Moran; Cecil dohnston, Mark Oood- festive season as brigl a- possible for
win, Donna Hum", Polly Dinger, Dor the h.0 pital Inmates will carry its own
e.ili.'-i  Lyttle,  Myrtle Howson. 'reward.
II IS to be hoped, nt this season .ei
iliey-'-at iii particular, that those of
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over oui si„rk. «-. have them
in all mnkeg nnd /.tm; al-o In
Fun v lt i U, Oui stoci ,,f
Xnms Can 'ie'- and Fruit, ii
complete, The week-' speeUl
"Vnk."     *. th     lell
io"-    ii'i ly   With tlm  (',. onntll
Fillet.
QBT   IT   AT
'THB  BU0AH  BOWL"
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THE  MAIL-HERALD.    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 191S
*)
gews Drugstore
Fifteen years of business endeavor has enabled us to
give the Kevelstoke Publio a better choice and a better deal
this year than ever before.
Each succeeding year has pleased you better than the
preceding one, and this year forms a climax to the situation.
We are offering for    sale,    presents for old and   young
bat  wish to remind you that   we stand behind    the quality
ol  goods  und guarantee all to be the best produced.
WORTHY of MENTION
Entirely new.ideas and designs
in Xmus Cards and Calendars—Revelstoke   5     drop
Calendar,     3   foi    $1-25
Xmas Yie-w Cards,  eaeh—10c
CHOCOLATES
Willard's    Forkdipt  Chocolates
The Eest   on  Earth.
ALBUMS
Snai' Shot and   Photo Albums
Twenty-five  cents  to   $7.00
POST    CARD   ALBUMS
Post  Card Alliums    50c. to $5.00
SAFETY RAZDRS
Gillette and Auto Strop Safety Razor -els, $5,  $6  to $7.50
KODAKS
Kodak-  in  all  Size;?
Brownie Cameras $1.00 to $10.00
VANITY CASES
German    Silver    Vanity Cases.
with    coin  convenience, cach$3
BOOKS
The    newest     Fiction,
from   the    beBt    known
authors.
" E.  Pauline  Johnson "
Memorial  Fund  Card....
    25c	
Boys and Girls Books—
for all ages.
Nelson's    Tndia  Paper-
Classics,    each   75c.
VIEWS
Revelstoke Mountain
Views, including Panorama of Miller Lake and
Eva Lake, 75c each.
Framed   $1.25
PRAYER BOOKS
Fruyer Books, Hymn
Books nnd Bibles
TRAYS
Brass Bon Bon Trsys
35c.  each  three for $1.
DON'T USE
Acetylene
Benzine
Kerosine
Nitro-Glycerine
or Paraffin
TO BRIGHTEN
UP YOUR
FIRE
USE
COURSIER'S COAL
gem £)rug & 3ook ^iore
?,-•<
Ute
iBBEBBSZBSBBS
PREE ■«£« FREE
In order to popularize our
Real Ostrich Feathers. We
will send absolutely FREE
a pair of well known English Kid Gloves to the first
5 ' purchasers of our beautiful Real Ostrich Feathers, at
$4 75 or $6.75 each.
Post Free—Worth Double—Post Free
These dainty Ostrich Plumes
are of extra fine fibres and
come in black antl white in
two sizes.
11 inch l'lume $4.75j;££3ir I tar S8.50
20 inch Plume J6.7S oi - lor $12 75
This offer is only good for a
few days.
Mention color of  plume  re-
cpiired and size of gloves.
We   have a  few   Ospreys—Samples at
J5.50, $6.50 and $8.50,
Send us vour old feathers to
be curled, cleaned or dyed .
Charges moderate
The   Davison-Grant Millinery
810 Robson Street
VANCOUVER, B. C.
jjUj^^i-Twrww^TWT.ttirgOJ
CITY  TRANSFER   COttPANY
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
Leg? 1 Forms
for every purpose are printed
and stocked by the Mail-Hr-M
Prettiest Designs
PILLOW CUSHIONS
DRESSMAKING
FIT GUARANTEED
JOHN LEE
FRONT STREET.     LOWER  TOWN
SPECIAL!    SPECIAL!
LADIES' SKIRTS
Ladies' Tweed Skirts.
This Season's Styles.
Sale Price	
$1.75
WINTER   COATS
for girls, 7 to 14 years,
Price to clear
$5.00
LADIES' COATS
Winter Styles. To clear
at   	
Special Prices
MILLINERY!
All   Millinery   to clear
at 	
Special Prices
Jrlteid <3L Voung *A
B. C. FRUIT
FARMING
"CANADA'S" COMMENTS
Criticised by the " Co'onist"
Canada, which is an English publication claiming in some special way
lo be representative of the Domiuion,
has a practice of giving space t.o the
vague criticisms of persons, whose observations of conditions in British Columbiu have been of an exeeeJi.igly
superficial kind, lt also speaks editorially on various subjects with a degree' oi confidence whieh no one, resi -
dent here, would think of exhi.iting.
it recently printed a letter from a Mr.
Ddnnick, in which lhe following sentence
occurred: "Fruit farms tlmt were nuth-
ini; Inn woods on the side of u mountain, and railed foi* yeurs of labor before Iruitfuluess, anil when production
does eome Ihe market is small and
limited.'' Commenting on this Canada
i-uid: **LUu if ihe report which has
hem made for the liiitish Columbia
government on fruit-growing us a com
mercial industry is eiev published it
will be found to endorse many of Mr,
Dinnick's remarks," Mr. T.W. Stirling
e,f Kelowna, shows the commerciarpos
sibiHties of fruit culture in this prov -
in, t. and Canada, alter publishing his
letter,  proceeds in this fashion:
Fruit-growing can te carried ou in
very muny purls of the Province.
Splendid fruit is grown, and if the
orchard is nol the owner's sole menus
ol li.rlohood he finds It a very valuable and useful adjunct; bui it he has
to depend entirely on his fruil farm for
his means of livelihood he wants to bo
sure that after he has waited for his
trees to reach maturity they mc ma
liable to lie killed by frost. As We havo
stated lie.'ore, Kelowna is recognized us
a commercially protituble fruit-grow ■
ini; disti ict. but ii enjoys climatic conditions which unfortunately do uot obtain jn every district of Uriiisli Colum
bin where land is lieing ollered to intending settlers as1 ideal fruit- growing
land.
This is a sort of criticism to which
we take very serious objeel ion.    Taken
in connection with  ihe preceding   quotations from its columns, ii  seems   to
show   Canada's view on fruit farming
iii ihis province lo be  ihut it is     not
commercially profitably anywhere   except  around Kelownu    and  that      the
Dritish Columbiu government has'ascor
tamed this fuel, bin   is suppressing  the
proof.    If   ihi- i-  n.t   whal      Canada
ni.aus,  it is singularly  unhappy  iu expressing  its views; if it meani what its
words imply, it i- grossly unfair    and
misleading.
Kelowna   is the'  ccntr.-.  iu  a certain
ni   -i pioliia I* fruit growing
.ilea, mit  only one nl  many such  areas
ii,  Huti~h Colnrabia.   If Cannda    bus
never hearl ol  the fruit-growing capabilities ol  the'  Mimil .ameeii country,  of
a    Shuswap di-iri.t,  oi  East   Kootenay    of  the Columbia    Valley, ol iho
I's region, ol Vancouver Island
i  pl i ■■   ilia: ■ nn lm mentioned
ii ..iilIii  t.i inform itself.   If it knows
I'eue*.' . i.vie enl d     a-    fruit-
growing urea-, where the trees are like
.. lobe   silled  In the  frost,   u    might
to name them, so  that  we can al; join
a  exposing  those who have represent-j
ie io be what thoy uie not. Canada ought i>,   be above   malingering
i    -ti  I anudu --(lolonlBt.
IWINtS AC1
For the Ubiniii.un
• ■I   ai the     up-
e     H    leellie-Ill      IS     ttl'
....   !•     .i   Dominion
It the presi nl  ume . nun
■       il    III''       I'S
provin c .
hi     .ii   llci f  i he    prov •
i,   ... I in   i i.i-   nn,.r ■
I.',nun,on   gov-
'         mining
i. • .nl
■ hi     i   ■ rn   nun'   ih
, i    *•. '     \|.mi'      from
lie ...   - ...       pl e.C .11' I' .
own  natural  re uuri
uni roll  i  i,y   i .- n        and
b   '   i," se, iji  ■   io frequent i-hangcs.
        ii     i bU si nml
, .   il permanence
III ,1 '   h   III    "   ie,ri
iii .■   been disposed     in
i '.I   the   < .in .,ii,hi   lield.     Three
ii     it rnment       "it
i'ii bai iin|,i ,e ed "ii'lii n.n mi.-ht
i.e i.i uii-lii about bv ih'' flaming of H
Dominion Mine As*) which would in-
. I.uie   all     ih.'   l.c i   features of      tue
i in. ii   ii i '  ind ad iitional feature*
applicable lo the territorial ami     ihe
prairie province
CHRIST mas aiFrs
jr^u^gf@§^v
4SS&
^.*ULoo*or_.lOi.olive* I
No store offers better values
than ours for good, sensible
aud useful articles snch us
Safety Razor Sets, Pocket
Knives, Carving Sets, Scissors,
Tool .Sets, Skutes, Sleds, Toboggans, Snow-shoes, Hockey
Sticks, Parlor Lumps, Ulectric
Lamps, Blectric Irons, Barnes'
Vacuum Cleaners, Carpet
Sweepers, China, Cut Glass,
Jardinieres, Brass Goods, Silverware, Watches, Olo:ks, etc.
Pudding Moulds, Pastry Cutters, Cake Tins. Everything
in Kitclienware.
GROCERIES
Our Grocery Department is, as usual, stocked with New Seasonable Goods of Choicest Qualitv. Raisins, Peels, Mincemeat, Nuts,
Candied Fruit, Figs. Dates, Candies, Christmas Stockings, Christmas
Crackers (Spe ji il) an 1 all kind-i ol appetizing thiugi.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to announce that they have opened up offices at the
corner of First Street aud Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and gel particulars, and get in on ground floor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
T. Kilpatrick,
President. Sec.-Treasurer
P. 0. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
HgflaBEBElIillB^^
" P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED "
^/Ilbvays the   Hest
"ShamrocK' Gutter
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
|»l>lM|.l«l.|.|Mlj.
|Ml,i,I,1,|»[,*«lM*re[^I»l»M^
M XMAS CANDY BUSINESS
Your
Plain Mixed ('undies, per lb     15c
Candy, large round balls, per lb     2')c
Fancy mixed, per lb     25c
Gum Drops, several colors, per lb     30c
Chocolates, fresh and tasty pcr lb   30c-50c
JOHN  MCINTYRE   &   SOX
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.
TO   THE  ladies::
I wish to call your attention to the fact that I have secured
the agency fur the fatuous French corset, "Le Furet," direct
from Paris, and cordially invite your inspection.
In elegance, clastic ami hvgeinie qualities it has no equal.
I daresay, if you'll come nnd inspect same, that yoii will say
it is the best yOU have ever seen.
•Cct a "l.c Furet," the newest ami best, from Paris. They
guard your figure, health and purse.
I have about hall a dozen samples to show you and it will
take aliout six weeks after ordering.
H. F. M0RTENSEN
LADIES' AND GENT'S
TAILOR
ACROSS FROM THE "CLUB." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREW
BARGAIN   SALE  OF NEW CHRISTMAS GOODS
Our Patrons
Our Eastern Shipper doubled our order by some mistake on
CUT  GLASS and CUTLERY
I Reap the benefit of This Mistake,   We will sell every duplicate while they last at A LITTLE OVER COST PRICE
SPOONS
This
is where we can save you money.
We
carry
the  largest and   best  stock  in
town.
Just a
few prices to convince you:-
Spoons.    Regular $2.75 Now
$1.95
•i
4.O0
3.00
IC
3.50
2.70
IC
550
4 50
li
AIK
4.00
3.65
loxes
Jased in Handsome E
KNIVES
Just a few of the many bargains :-
Carving Sets—Reg. $7.00.   Now $5.50
         6.00.   Now
4.50
9.50.    Now
6.50
" ,     "       3.50.   Now
2.50
Celluloid Knives and Forks.
Louis XV1 Sets, best on the market.
Pocket Knives all kinds and prices.
Magnificent Display of Sparkling
GLASS
Of all Christmas Gifts, none so delight the ladies
as Cut G!a--s, scintillating as it does with all the mys-
te ious lires of the Diamond.
Each Piece is a Perfect Gem
of the Gl iss cutter's art.    All the cuttings  are  clean,
deep, burnished and pe'l'shed.
BERRY  BOWLS Regular $15.00.    Now $10.00
      " 1000.   Now      7.50
••            " 7.50.   Now      5.40
CREAM AND SUGARS ....      " 5.00.    Now      4.15
....     "          6.00.   Now     4.75
BO, BON DISHES, from  $1.75 to $4,00
Vases. Watei'Jugs. Celery Trays, Jelly Disnes. Marmalade
Jars, Comport*, 6u!ter Dishes, Spoon Trays.
ALL  GRADES REDUCED
We will put away any piece until Christmas.
We will pack any piece ready for shipment.
SILVERWARE
Every Piece a Beauty
Fenton  Bros.   Quadruple   Plate
15 dwt.  in all lines.
Butter Dishes Biscuit Jars
Jam Jars Bon Bon Dishes
Cake Baskets Napkin Rings
Cream and Sugars  Jewel Boxes
ALL GOING AT 25 PER CENT. REDUCTION
ELECTRIC GOODS
READING  LAMPS
ELECTRIC IRONS
TOASTERS       HOT WATER
FOR THE BOYS
Hand Sleighs Cheap
Snowshoes The Best
Boys' Tool Sets Dandv
In addition to the above Cut Prices, with every One Dollar Purchase we will give one key to the splendid  New Williams Sewing  Machine
REVELSTOKE   HARDWARE COMPANY,   UMITEeT
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1856
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,800,000
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A OENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT ....]
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUCd
BANK MONEY ORDERS I
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
Useful Christmas Stock
If you arc thinking of buying something useful foa
Xmas Presents, it will pay yon to call in and see the
varied assortment "I putty things that arc la-re for
your inspection. :: :: :: .*: ::
FIRST STREET
Armstrong & Co.
Penetang Shoe Packs, Pack Sacks, Pack
Straps, Rubber Shoes, Horse Covers, Mitts,
Gloves, Trunks, Valises, Hand Bags, Etc.
Boot, Shoes - Harness Repairing
"'SHIP YOUR FURS TO
felling ciduiilKly la MKBIt A*T»W ItlltS
G< ( "Moro Money" for your FURS
SHIP YOUR HHItK TO "SHI-HI MT
a reliable—responsible-Mfe— PurHottse with an unhlrmlshed re-p-
uleiti.en ex isl in fffur "more limn a quarter nf aoeatury *" a lonn sue'-
remifulm'or'l of •emllnR Hut Shipprri prompt— HATISI'Al'TOR V
AND 1'ROHITAHLB return.. Write (or tlm SWsihrrl »Wperr."
tha only reliable, mvurata market retiort ai,.l price li.i publlaheJ
Writ* lor II   NOV    U'i HI1KK
I   CUIIDCDT'   I 25-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE
A.   D.  Oil    lDr,Kl,lnC.   I>,p«. *W,l Hit-AI-O.II s A
A WILLING
WORKER
What a Newsboy
Accomplished
the money and bring them out here,
but 1 managed to do it, and now my
sister- and brothers arc helping mo
support tki> family.'*
A LOVELY FACE
Uy dint of hard work anel rigid b&v-
ing, Benjamin Dworkin, a Ku.-sian lad,
who daily Bells papers eeu ih'1 streets
of Calgary, has accomplished what
many lull-grown nun earning men's
wages would hetfitate io attempt, lu
less than nine months he ha- manage !
to save up sufficient money to bring
to this lountry from the northwest
part of Russia bis lather, mother and
five litt.e brothers and sisters.
The family now resides ai 4-1 Seventh avenue east, and the little Russian newsboy i- still vory much the
head of the house. His brothers and
Bisters who are old enough an' all
working, but the father, who held a
position as a physician's assistant in
Russia, has not as yet lieen able to
oliiain employment. So the little
newsboy i- -till the wage earner, and
largelj t In • >n^I■ his cilons bread,
clothes and lodgings are provided for
the   family.
About I I months ago ihe boy, whn
is still in his teens, bade goodbye to
his family in his native lund and embarked lor Canada. He came direct
to Calgary und .-'oon obtained employment as a laborer iu the lumber yards
of the Riverside Lumber company,
but the work here, although he tried
manfully to do it, was a little bit too
hard (or him, so he lefl that job and
worked for a time with tho P. Burns
company, loading hides in cars. Ho
remained in this position until last
Christmas, when he realised the possibilities of selling papers as a lu-
erative employment.
Furthermore, selling papers gave
him an opportunity to go to school,
nnd he did not fail to tako advantage
of it. Now he Is one of the brightest
pupils in the foreign classes. After
school honis every day he hus'tleB
papers, ami has obtained a reputation
os one of thc livpst "news kills" in tho
business,
" I just simply had to bring my
family to this' country," said the little
fellow to the News-Telegram, "for
believe me, there is no place like
western Canada.    It  was hard to save
BUT UGLY HAIR
How oiten you see an otherwise lovely (ace spoiled by homely hair—a face
that would be most charmingly beautiful if she only had prettier hair.
Whal a pity:—and how foolish: Because that ugly hair, stringy, dull, lifeless-looking thought it may be, can be
made as glossy, soft, ,-ilky and beau •
til'ul as the heart could desire if only
taken proper care of.
Harmony Hair Beautifier is just
what il is named—a hair beautifier. It
is not a hair dye i,r bair oil—it is just
a dainty, rose-perfumed li'piid dressing
to give the hair its natural gloss and
and brightness, its natural wuvy softness, its natural rich beauty. Very
easy to apply—simply sprinkle ., lii lie
on your hait each time before brush •
ing it. Itoontalns Do oil, and will not
change the color Of the hair, nor darken gray hair.
To keep your hair and scalp eland -
nil! friv and 'lean, use Harmony Sham
poo. This pure liquid ibampoo gives
an inst.mini ns rich lather ihat immediately penetrates to every par! of
hair and scalp, insuring a quick and
thorough cleansing. Washed ofl just as
quickly, the entire operation takes only a few moments. Conloin- nol hing
that can harm the hnirj loaves no har-
kIhii's- i,r stickiness—jusi a sweot-.-mel-
liiiLr cleanliness.
Both preparations come in odd-shaped, -.cry ornamental bottles, with
sprinkler tups. Harmony Hair lleuu-
lifier.Sl.llO. Harmony Shompoo, .">0c.
Both guaranteed to satisfy you in every way, or your money back, Snid in
this community only at our store—
The Rexall Store—one of lhn' mule
than 7.IKIII loading drug stores of the
United States, Canada and Great Britain, which own the big Hormony laboratories, Toronto, where ll elebrat-
ed Harmony Perfumes and Toilet Preparations arc made.—Be wr' Brug
Store, Revelstoke.
PHOTOGEAPHS I
To make a little money go a long way for
Xmas gifts, use photographs. Only a
short time now* in which to have that
sitting made. If you cannot come during the day, come inthe evening. Results
by our arc lamp are identical with the
best of daylight. NEW STYLES AND
PRICES RIGHT.
ZRIE
HID   &   ZB-^ZRTOIC-T
Successors to E. F. Tucker
-
(TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY of thanking nn numerous
customers antl friends for the very liberal way In wbicb
they have patronized me during tbe past year and hope to be
favored with a continuance of their support in the future.
Wishing you all a ven Merr\ Christmas and .1 Happy New-
Year.
Office  Phone    341.
S. G. ROBBINS
J
For Christmas Eating
we have filled this Mure with tlie
biggest,    lines!    lot   of   staple   and
fane) groceries you ever  sn  your
eyes upon.      Kvery table daint] you
can think of; every substantial  leeu.l
product that you cannot do without.
Better send ur give your order as
sunn m Mm can. You'll have that
off your mind anyhow.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41 Box 734
COMING EVENTS
December  29th—Miss Tryphosa Park -
ers Concert, Kmpress theatre.
Ty Cobb, of baseball fame rfayn
there is no sin-h thing a« a "batting
eye." The only time Mr. Cobb complains of eye strain ls when he scans
the ciphers in his salary contract,
Re ipes for eggless dishes are appearing in the household columns, but
a satisfactory substitute has yet to be
found for Ihe leading Ingredient In a
custard pic.
TAKE NOTICE
That I shall not be rerfponsibh for
any debts contra-tcd by my wife, Sarah Best, nee Wilkinsen, who left her
home at BMsen Sitting, Notch Hill, B.
C, last December, 1912.
(Signed)
ROBERT BEST,
Notch Hill, B.C., November 10, 1913
1st its. Nov.30, lm. PAGE FOPP.
THE   MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, DHCEMDER 20, 191J
Mail Orders
To om  friends  ihat  may not hi able  to come to  town
Suggest]
The  amount  you would like to spend—and leave the
selection  to us    and your
Xmas Gifts
will be sent, and we will guaranlce that  your friends will be pleased
with our choice
WH PAY  THE  EXPRESS  on    any     Parcel    up    to Five
Pounds to any  plare in Uritish Columbia or Alberta.
Choice Gifts
We- have  th.' best  Assortment  of Useful Gills to be had in nny store
m Bi ilish Oolumbia.
PLATED    SILVERWARE,    TEA SETS,    BERRY    SETS,  and  nice
PICKLE JARS. i 	
CUT-GLASS WARE, Libby's Best ainl other     makes.   Our Leader—
Cu'   ;:ia--  Sugar nnd Cream   $4 00 a  Pnir.
STERLING   SILVER  DEPOSIT    WARE—All at a  Snap.
ENGLISH    CHINAWARB,   WEDGEWOOD and other makes—to dear
BRASS   JARDINERES.   FERN   POTS,  CANDLE STICKS,  Etc.
CUTLERY,  CARVING  SETS, TABLE      KNIYES      nnd      FORKS,
SPOONS, Etc.
'OCR GOODS THE HEST"
OUR AIM TO PLEASE
mm
PLUMBINGHEATINGJINSMITHING
j
of food raises the question why he did
not. repeal them when hc had the pow
er. He must be well aware ihat the
increased cost of living is a world-wide
phenomenon, visible in free-trade England as well ns in protectionist countries; and that in Canada it is due in
no small measure to the enormous addition to our population, the number
of immigrants in the last flve years
alone' being close to a million and a
half.
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RALPH  0.   BCRUTON,  V. II
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1918
Thfl nifstion of what  relation, ll nny
■the tariff bear*  to the high OOit     ol
receiving widespread     atton -
tion.   Jean  ar'icle on the subject tho
j Herald says:
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Tbere -i, ■.■.. ■■ plenty ol loom for
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before long  nil wh«al   -rowing  in   ill"
lik.ly tr, l„. I, placed to "ttrtti
"•'" I lev mixed farming, Sir Wilfrid
La iriei 91 tuition    thnt.  the   i'ii tie I
arc mninly ri  pon Ible foi Uie high cost
A    capital  evening's    entertainment
was  provided at  the  Bmpress   theatre
on Thursday, when the Revelstoke lt -
iilinn and English Operatic Society pro
ilu.Tel iwo pleasing pieces in a     style
which roflccted great credit upon   the
performers    and held out promise     of
ninny  more pleasant  evenings in     the
future.   For an  initial  event  the    productions were   really  good and it   is   to
bo hoped that, encouraged  by   ihe stic-
c.'Ks achieved   the capable  band of artistes wh,,  figured in  the program will
continue their careers as amateur players.
The lirst parl of the program consist
ed of the presentment in English, .if a
clever sketch entitled "Tbe Shepherd in
Town." The plot centered around lhe
efforts of three clerks In a employment
ollice to get easy money, and the unfolding of thi'ir schemes and the retribution whieh overlook thom pro-
v-Kl.iil much hearty lfftfg'Bter. The seen
i-s were laid in a New York employ -
Hunt bureau nnd nn hotel. The role
of the shepherd was excellently portrayed by Anthony Marino. He was
capa'ily supported by William Galli -
'"inn. John Caniiiz/!, and Tulio Boin,
asthe three clerks and wo i Id-be sharpers.
The scioiid an ! more' ambitious por-
i >ii ol th ■ program co nprlsed notli -
in,' less than the production of un operatic sketch entitle! "Loves' Delusion,'1 specially written for the society
by Anthony "Marino. The principal
characters in this were a Princess and
two Cavalcrios, one of thc latter a
Christian and the other a Turk. The
story, the scene of which wns laid in
Persia, opens with tho departure ol ihe
fli i Cavalerio for the war-, leaving
his  wife.    Hc   is  away  from  home  for
'in'* y-ai'- and tails in Iov.e with the
Princess, who refuses his advances and
whom he pl in- io run nwuy with. Hav
ing eaptui I the Princess he fulls foul
ofthe -'"il Cavalerio, with whom he
has .i I ■ •• rate encounter with Bworda
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The marble quarries at Marblehoad,
near Lnrdo, B. C, are just now the
scene ol great activity which is prov -
ing very satisfactory. It will bc remembered lhat originally work in connection with the extraction of marble
was commenced at a location half a
mile south of the present workings, but
difficulty was experienced in securing
un-'haltered marble in blocks large enough for commercial use. This led to
the abandonment of the original Work
ings and the development of the present ipi„rries, where the operations have
ees'ulti'd in proving the oxistence of
good quality merchantable stone in
commercial quantities, Important developments are likely to result in tho
near future, as the quarries have rea-
chi'.l the producing stage for market
purposos.
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NOTICE  TO   STORE   KEEPERS.
You are hereby requested lo have
nil accounts against the City made up
to Deeemlx'i* 2llh, and promptly sent
in.    By order,
W.  A.  GORDON.
lsi   iss. Dee,  19, St. Cily  Clerk.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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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. S1KI1ALD, I'r us.    Phone *2    J. D. SIW1ALD, JR., Sac.
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Invest in Diamonds
SHOP EARLY.
Don't put oft" your Christmas shopping till lhe last minute
— SHOP    EARLY'— —
uid help the elerkB to have an easier
time at Christmas Eve. Shop early,
and secure the best selection of gifts
to ehoose from.
Diamonds of the lirst water
pure, clear, lustrous, dazzling diamonds have a market value that practically
never varies. You cannol
purchase them (nor gold)
below the world-fixed value.
Drop in the Diamond Hall
we'll lell yon why.
F. G. BEWS,
In diamonds you possess
money-value in its most
beautiful, enduring a it il
pleasure-giving form. Be
careful, then, where and
how you buy. lu this citv
the finest choice and lowest
price i.s backed with a guarantee and the reputation of
The Revelstoke Jeweler
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Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there arc still a few people who don'l
know what a safe combination Hell's Bread
and   New   Zealand  Butter make	
O. W. BELL
Phono No. 23
THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY have the pleasure to announce that,
as in former years, they will 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
on? end ofthe Dominion to the other, and we therefore solicit your early orders
which will be promptly attended to.
HAMPER NO. 1
1 Imttle Fine Old Scotch Whiskey.
1 bottle Old Pale Brandy.
J bottles old Rye.
1 bottle Inm ('.in.
1 bottle l-ine Old  Port
>i boi les 1..114C-1 Beer.
12
$5.50
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HAMPER NO. 2
ottles Finest Old Highland Whiskey,
1 bottle Finest Old Pale Brandy.
£1 bottle II   B. Co. Finest Old Rye.
boti les London Dock Port.  *
ittle Loudon Dock Sheri y,
I b ittle "Old Tom" Gin.
ties l pint^i  I'ass's Ale.
12
$7.50
H.UiPZR NO. 3
i 'in"! Old Scoti llll- B. Lo. Old Rye.
bottles Pine i lid Pale Brandy,
ild Tom" Cm.
■ ■! Nick" famaica Uum.
. ilde  Hudson's Bay Rum,'
ll. B. Co. since 1670.
12
HAMPER NO. 4
$10.00
I .1     ' 'e    '  I'.I I.U. " Si otch.
•  mu ! Pa •' Bi indy.
- ul.I i .,,.   :i ,i Port.
, pale Sherry.
;     i    ' '       pei cl Rye.
i ...I Tom   t .ii.
HAMPER NO. 5
1 bottle Manhattan Cocktails.
2 bottles II. B. Co   "P. (I  It " Scotch Whiskey.
3 bottles H. Ii. Co., Special (Ud Rye.
1 bottle obi Tom (".in.
2 bottles (lhl Iluke Port.
1 bottle old Duke Sherry.
1 bottle (quart) Sparkling Moselle.
1 bottle H. B. Co., Liqueur Brandy,guaranteed 26
\ears old.
12  $14.50
HAMPER NO. 6
2 bottles II. It. c'e>   Best Procurable Scotch.
2 boitles II. B. Co. Speeiai Old Rye.
-' boitles Vice Regal Port.
.' bottle's Vice Regal Sherry.
2 bottles St. Julicn Claret,
1  bottle sparkling Burgundy (Pommard.)
I bottle II.It. to.I'incsi LiquenrBrandy,guaranteed
—   Sn i ears old,
12    ■•• $17.50
HAMPER NO. 7
1 buttle Manhattan cocktails.
J boitles ii. B. Co, Imperial Sherry.
1 bottle II. I!. Co. Special Old Rve.
I b .tiles H. B, Oo. besi |i ncurable Scotch
1 bottle (i|»art) Still ("baiuli'ilin.
2 bottles II. B. Co, Imperial Port.
1 bottle   (quart)   Champagne.     (C.   Heldsleck's
Vintage Wind
I bottle ll. ll. Co. Pineal Liqueur Brandy, iruaran-
anteed 75 cents old.
12 $2V50
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$11.50
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YE     OLDE    HUDSON'S    BAY
RUM   AS   IMPORTED
SINCE    1670
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HUDS. N   BAY  CO'S FINE SCOTCH
WHISKIES
ll B  ■" i  l*   ie il Old Sc iti i. per case, $10.50
H. B. Co    i*  0 B." per case -   13.50
H  B. Co Besl Procurable, per case -    15.50
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EXPRESS    CHARGES    ARE
PAID    BY    US
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HUDSON'S BAY PORT WINES
arc specially selected and are of exceptional merit, attention being directed 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
IA wine for the Connoisseur)
Special Invalid Port, per bottle      -    -$1.25
THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY,  Kamloops, B. C. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
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Hume's Christinas Store News
SHOP EARLY! "We have the Goods." Make your selections now. Call for your
Packages when you are ready. Cheer Up! This is Xmas time! Shop early
in the day, early in the week. Store open every evening. Sure to be crowds.
So shop as early as you can.
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Evening Gowns On Sale
All our Evening Gowns go on sale this week,  ranging from $20 to $35.    All   at  one   price.    Now
$15.00
Ladies' Fancy Neckwear
New lot of Ladies' Fancy Neckwear, Jabots, Collars,
Ties, Bows, Frillings, etc. We put every
article in a pretty box for you handy for mailing
or parcelling and it is a real present when it is
in a I lolly Box	
See This Line
ELEVATOR SERVICE
Ladies' Handkerchiefs
We have too many Ladies' Handkerchiefs and are
clearing some at a big price concession. You
will find these lots specially priced at	
15c, 25c and 35c
Beautiful Xmas Furs
Furs make a Royal Gift. Several good sets have now
passed into stock, in White Thibet, Fox and
Cub Bear	
For Ladies and Children
ELEVATOR SERVICE
Toys!    Toys!
Going fast, but still a good selection left—no saying
what there will be in a few days.    So Hurry and
Make Your Selections
Ladies' Whitewear
A beautiful line of Ladies' Whitewear, Corset Covers,
Covers, Gowns, etc. Each will be put in a
lovely box.    They are a real present when in a
Holly Box.
Acceptable Gifts
ELEVATOR SERViCE
MEN'S CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
Our stock of Xmas Gifts has never been so complete
and comprises many useful noveltiea that you will not see
elsewhere. Everything put up in separate boxes with ap-
propriate designs. Om* full line is laitl out open to your
inspection and marked in plain figureB. Everything to
make shopping easy for you.
WOMEN'S  FELT HOUSE SLIPPERS — many new designs
and patterns.   Cosy and comfortable.
Prices $1 to $1.75 a pair.
MEN'S FELT HOUSE SLIPPERS—heavy felt soles in many
styles and patterns.
Prices $1.50 to $3 a pair.
MEN S LEATHER   HOUSE   SLIPPERS -Operas, Pullmans,
Juliettes, tan and black with or without cushion soles.
Prices $1.75 to $3 a pair.
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES FELT SLIPPERS- all patterns
and styles.
Prices 40c to $1.35 a pair.
MEN'S   FANCY SUSPENDERS -best lisle and  silk webs
Each pair separate fancy box.
Prices 75c to $2.50 a pair.
MEN'S  SUSPENDER  SETS—Arm Bands, Garters and Suspenders.    Put up in holiday boxes.
Prices 75c to $3.50 a set.
MEN S  HOSE SETS—consisting of silk hose and supports
to match.    Neat, fancy box.
Prices $1.25 and $1.75
MEN'S  HOSE SETS—consisting of Hose, Necktie and Garters to match.
Prices $2 and $2.25
MEN'S ARM BANDS—put up in fancy boxes.    All colors, alj
designs.
Prices 25c to 75c
Men's Mufflers   many styles and patterns.
Prices 50c to $5
MENS SMOKING   JACKETS AND   DRESSING  GOWNS-
All new, nobby patterns and style.
Prices, $5.50 to $15
Men's Handkerchiefs—excelda, linen and silk.   Either fancy
or plain bordered.    Linen handkerchiefs with initials.
Prices 25c to $1.50 each.
Men's Muffler sets—consisting of tie and muffler to match.
Prices $2.75 a set.
MEN'S SILK SHIRTS— Plain colors or patterns.    All sizes
Prices, $4.50 Each.
MEN'S SWEATER COATS—Classy goods at proper prices.
Best makes from
$3.50 to $7.50 Each
SUIT CASES AND GR/PS-Either fitted or plain. They
run from
$5.00 to $40.00
MEN'S  UMBRELLAS—Best quality covers; fancy or plain
Sticks.
 Prices, $2.50 to 8.00 Each.	
Men's Neckties—The largest range ever shown in the City.
All shapes and all grades of Silks.
Prices 50c to $3
Men's Leather Goods Purse Bill Folders. Tie Boxes,
Glove 13oxes, Handkerchief and Collar Boxes, Tobacco Pouches, Cigar Cases, Military Brushes, all of
thc best manufacture. Prices the lowest consistent
with value.
Men's Gloves—all the celebrated "Dent manufacture in gray
and brown, either dressed or undressed leather. Silk
fleece and fur lined'
Prices $1.50 to $3.50
GROCERY AND  CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
XMAS   FRUITS
Matins Best Raisins, 16 Oz. Pckg  15c.
Victoria Close,* Curlnnts, 16 Or. Pckg.  2    for...25c
BulUna Raisins,   160/..  Pckg *    15c.
Nabol) Itaisinrf,  12 Oi. Package    10'*
Nabob Currants, 16 Of. Pckg, 2 for  25c.
Cluster Raisins, 25c, 35c, and 50c,  per     Pound
Pulled Table Figs,  $1.00 per Box 	
Pressed Table Figs, P« Pound   25c
Okanagan Apples, No.  1, $2.25 and $2.50 per box
Citron Peel, per pound   *"c'
Lemon and Oranire Peel, par pound   *0°'
Pure Apple Cyder, Pint, Bottle  25c.
Florida Grape Fruit,  two for   35c.
ChrystiHsod ChcrricB, Per Pound   60c.
Assorted Chrystills«i Fruits, Per Pound    75c.
Malaga Grapes, Per Pound   25m
Oranberriii, Throe Poundi for  50c
Grape Juice, quarl  bottle 85c, Pints  45*.
Mincemeat In Flvo Pound Palls   90c
Mincrmoat in 25 lh. Pnils, for Hotol-	
Hein/e Miiiccnie.il   in  Bulk,  Per p.nirul   25c
Tea Garden Preserves, including Strawberries  Plums
Cherries,  Peaches,  Apricots,  Figs  and   Frape Fruit,
Marmalade,  New  Walnuts,  Almonds, ijrazils     aud
Pecans.
Hunts Supreme Peaches, PearB,, Pino ipple,   Apricots
und Cherries, at  ,  40c
Hunts Staple Peaohes, Peas nnd Apricots      35c
Baskets for Xmas Hampers, 75c, $1 and  25c
Good Case E>ggs, Per Dozen  40c.
Dcadman'B Honey in Combs and Bottles,   all   sizes
Almond  Pusto in Bulk,  Frosli in for Chii»tmiiJ.
lngersoll Cream Cheese in Packages.
McLarins Cream Cheese ln J*ts.
Enpli-Oi  Stilton Cheesel
Roquefort Choose.
lill Pickles in Tins.
Maple Leaf Lobrtter ln 1 pound and J   pound Tins.
Hue Point Oysters in one pound and  2 pound   I'm
Crosse nnd Blaekwells Cocon in }, 4, &  1  tb.  Pkgs
Hunt I.n* and Palmers Biscuits.
Crosse  and  Blaekwells  Jams.   All  Kinds.
Crofi«e nnd Blnckwells Pickles.—All KindB.
New Stock of Canned Vegetables.
NEW GOODS FOR XMAS WEEK
Fresh Celery, Green Onions, Cauliflower, Ripe
Tomatoes, Lettuce and Radishes, Cut Flowers
for Decorations, also a nice fresh lot of G. B.
Chocolates in Bulk and Fancy Boxes.
Japanese Oranges, Extra Quality 70c Per Box
Some Nice Plants for your Xmas Table.
Leave your Orders Early as the supply is not very large.
For FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY
We have a nice MIXED CANDY at 10c
per lb. and some other Candy Specials we
would like you to come and see.
Try Our 00 Coffee. 45c Fer Found.     Try Our Sunbeam Tea, Red, Good, 40c per lb.      Blue, Best, 50c Fer Found PA01 SIX
THE   MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
BATUhlUY, BElCEMBtiR 20, !9lS
XMASGIFTS
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DAYS MORE  4
and Xmas will again be upon us and this year finds us in
a better position than ever to cater to your Xmas wants. In
our spacious and brilliantly lighted Store you will find Xmas
shopping a pleasure indeed.
COPYRIGHT
HERE WE MAKE IT PLAIN FOR YOU JUST  WHAT  TO  BUY  HIM  FOR  XMAS
Smoking Jackets
A present really   worth while.    We have them ranging
from..                 	
Gloves
Every grade here for men and boys, unlined, silk and
Fancy Sets
These are a combination  of Tie  and  Clip,   Sox  and
$4.50 to $15
$1.00 to $20
$1.50 to $3.00
Silk Mufflers
These come in plain and tan color effects,  Barred ends
Bath Robes
Something he will appreciate.  In all shades and weight
$750 to $23.50
Slippers
Here you will find a complete line that includes Gait's,
Jaegars,   Leathers and  Silk   Lined   Travelling   Slippers,
75c to $3.50
$1.75 to $4.50
Fancy Armlets
Every Shade here and neatly boxed ready to mail.., ,
Handkc
Imported Irish   Linens,   i
half dozens.    Neatly boxed an
35c
*rchiefs
lone  up   individually  and in
Hosiery
A practical Gift and something he is always in need of.
35c and Up
35c and Up
Up
Trunks and Suit Cases
Values that you can't resist.    Don't place yourself in that embarassing position of having
to borrow one-   Wardrobe Trunks and Fitted Cases	
Xmas Neckwear
The most acceptable Gift, and here you get good quality.      We are Specialists in this line,
and handle only such lines as Cheney's, Cash's, Reids, and other well known makes. Velvets
$5.00 to $75
are the newest.    We also have Bulgarians and Paisley.s.    Elegantly boxed for mailing.
50c to $3.00
A PARTING WORD—Please shop as early in the day as possible, thus avoiding the overcrowding of Stores, the late hours for Clerks, and at the same time ensuring for yourself
better and prompter service.
McRAE MERCANTILE COMPANY
Parisian
Dye Works
'We Clean the Town'
Now is the time to get vour lust year's ball drtss
ready for the New Year. We specialize in silks and
velvets     Best of Work Possible Guaranteed.
132 Second Street, West.    Phone340
Pointed Paragraphs of Provincial Interest   {
'Printing
That ..
Pays . .
Pays you
Your business status ii often  judged ff.
the style anJ quality of your Printii g,   ,\
poor circular   hain't   half the   CO   fit
anJ business-bringing power oi  the  be
one.    A cheap and common-looking letterhead lowers   your  credit  with thc tvh
saler.
Pays Vs
You are delighted with MAIL-HERALD
Printing for we do our utmost to please
you. Wc have the staff, stock and equipment to deliver the goods SO we get your
next order, .sure. Then your satisfaction
results in recommendation and so our
business gtows.
John D. Rockefeller recently adver-
-.i  inr   ii  .|iiaritity  ot      second-hand
bricks to pave in- barnyard. He re-
many Samples by pare"l |io«t
lhal  i'   "ill   ne.*   in- n ss.iry to buy
iny.    It [>ny    to advertise.
The German postal authorities     re-
.^ntly issued an ordei    ondemning ihe
i    a .ii.-   statue   by   1'iot.
nt tirrUn aa imiuor-
,, an I ' i ansmission   of
:■ |ei udu< tion mail*.  Now
. ll statue wtti
purchased at th.- laat Berlin  -.'alon    by
■   -1 it  seut *
;u to  n of his
The ni it the -itli' ml-,     who
. mil- e,f tli.   kal ei     pun h -
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to   belii  •:    the*
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■ ii.        New      'i ..i I,   Hun      II ;    •■; i   il,   or
rone    woi ■ i tell
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it in ei,,    ine- .,( mind ind
• i     ni   .nn.i.n med  eh icu -11111  ot     a
kuuw   anything
.in    The
Honeymoon  Expi moat fiugal
I '•- on, mil it  w.i   '»my recently   tbat
Ireland   *
■ ii   Iou.,/  a i h   hi i money.      .*■*■'>«
ba I ''"' ted a  IBO 'meoi  hon e
iii New Hochi-lle-. Jusi sh sh« win
ready to open the building, a tew
members ,( uie- bamber .,l oommeroe,
- " — i iipoi - i" i offered then M
gratulationi Will dogs be allowed
iii the building'" a mecnlier asked.
nnk«*l. Mm Lewis replied in tho negative "Will children lx, barred?" ''No
indeed," end the ownra, and without
a emtio -iln: went on: "And I will go
you onu better. I will give a month's
Iree rent to tbe pan-mta of every Waby
born ifl ibe apartments." Thui picas
H tha committee Immensely, nnd an
Ihey bowed OUt, ibf smilm! snd ,,• .
marki-d .Hut f forgot to nay that
ihis ie to l>e 4  bachelors'  a|nrtnieut."
Thi- |M'tition of the Chicago womun
i oti'i'8 to prohibit smoking al tbu
I < 111 i n o booths lias been denied. This
promises to lie aiioituT burning question.
Tliuiy-one foreign countries have announced their iuieiiiion to parUiipaU)
utttcially In thi- Panama-Purltlo Inter*
uaiiyuul Exposition. Tbey are Argentine, Bolivia, Brazil, Catiu.ia, Chili,
L'hiua, Costa Rica, Cuba. Denmark,
lioiuiuie au Republic, Ucuador, France,
Ouatumola, Haytd, Holland, Honduras, lialy, Japan, Lilieriu, New Zealand
Nicaragua, Panama, Persia, Peru, Por
i ny al, Solvador, Spain, .Sweden, 1'ru-
-jiiay, Venezuela,
A narianl Ua- bc-u i-^iied foi tlie
•n ri' i nf Ernest Laporle, cashier ol the
Paris edition o' tbi Now York Herald,
i irgi i .e.itli embezzlement ol
(24,000. I.upon,.- left a letter tor Jan.
',.ei,,u  Bennett, saying lie wae, a part-
•   proiperoU    oriental   pearl busi-
i mei li       Home  ume ago    he
... bed - - . (tend     tins business     and
took     fS0,000ofthe    Herald's money,
ni to his partner and     il«t
latter   nsapp- aieo    Imports says     he
iid no I   warn  the imsiuehs to collapse,
o li>   took  il.ii'ti,  un,!.-aud    laiiedfor
!■   tu ■ note, i.apeei ie inyu he
hopes to replace ths money with interest m a short time.
On  Ol   thl   most   popular  and produc-
tive n hing grounds ol ihu itay of Hau
Francisco U along thu Marin,i, 0r wn,t.
erfront, of ihe Panama I'acilic Interna
tlonal Bipo nion. Nearly every day,
pioturesqus lluliun fishing bOttU, suggestive of the Hay of Naples, may be
sen hauling in then nets, oliun right
e,n iiii- bea' h, and leaping ub catches
of several kinds of lino huh. Sln-ie tbo
MMOfl 'or crabs on November ISth,
'rah Bshormen, both men and boys,
hnvo caught large numbers ol tbo delicious 11 uh i in wins at tho exposition
waterfront. So numerous did thattsh-
ortnen become that ihey frequently m-
terferwd with the longshoremen engag
rd in discharging thn uirgoes of lum-
I nr steamers moored in tho ystch har-
bor, ainl as a result fishing has been
forbidden on tho wharves.  ^
Gleaning
Pressing
and
Repairing
Emporium
J. W. ALLISON A. C. AUBERY
96 FRONT STREET
We Call and Deliver to Any Part of the City.
Best of Work Guaranteed.
J. W. ALLISON
A. C. AUBERY
Managers, Front Street.
LooKFor
This Sign
Electric
It means SATISFACTION in PRICE,
STYLE,  QUALITY  and DELIVERY.
Let us estimate for your next job, or ask
us for ideas, .specimens, information--wc
can help you.
We Prints
Catalogues - Billheads - Cards • Menus
Ball Programs - Books and Booklets
Loose Leaf Account Forms - Envelopes
Programs • Wedding Stationery - Tags
Memoriam Cards   -   Lumber Forms, Etc.
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Revelstoke,  B. C.
Phone No. 8 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
rAGE HEViN
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Christm
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■Hfflamn
Gifts
We have made preparations to handle the largest Holiday Business ever attempted in Revelstoke.
We have spared nothing in the way" of making
Our Store attractive, and displaying our goods to
the best possible advantage. All goods plainly"
marked. Customers will receive courteous treatment and prompt service.
WE   AIM    TO   PLEASE
It
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A-/
5 »-<*J5i.* fltXV'" *Jr-,t^ll,f U, >=JgW --<s^o
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cAgain we offer you the celebrated " LIBBY "
Cut Glass Ware and also some good lines of cheaper
quality". You cannot buy anything better than our
line and we can assure you that you cannot get any
such values in B. C.
Sugar and Creams, a pair $4.00
8 in. Berry Bowl  3.50
Handled Nappies, from   2.00
"WE  LIKE   TO   PLEASE"
There is nothing the lady of the house is prouder °f
than her China and there is nothiog she will appreciate more
than a present from our stock.
WEDGEWOOD IS THE BEST
We have all the good makes—Coalport, Crown Derby, Doulton, Limoges.
White and Gold Limoges Stock Pattern. Start buying
a small set.    We always keep this pattern.
"LET US SHOW YOU."
If you are looking for a varied selection—a
chance to get good values for guaranteed Goods,
and to make that Dollar go as far as TWO, let us
demonstrate to you that this is the Store you are
looking for	
SELECTIONS
CHINA WARE, Best English and French makes.
CUTGLASS   "Libby's," the world's best.
SILVERWARE -"StandardGoods" guaranteed.
BRASS GOODS   Best English makes.
CUTLERY   From the factories of the world.
The question of thc day is "what will 1 give for
Xmas?" We are here to answer that question for you.
Let us show you, not something for to suit thc eye, but the
useful Gift, the one that makes the recipient glad every
day in the year. Walk through out* large store with showcases, counters and tables ladened with suggestions.
USEFUL GIFTS
for every one in the home   and   for  jour  dearest friend.
—We have the goods that win.
/-'«%' 5.-,
ELECTRICAL GOODS
Here is where we excel ourselves—surprise the old
folks with a nice Electric Chandelier. A Portable up-to-
date Table Lamp—latest designs. Electrical Goods are
always desirable and appropriate.
Coffee Percolators, Coffee Pits, Coffee Urns, Electric Stoves, Hot Point Eltostovos, Coasters, llcdioom
Lamps, Fancy Headed Shades.
ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER
Two styles, $,^5.00 and $50.00
ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE
With Wringer combined,   $75.00
" We surely can amuse y w."
A KITCHEN BEAUTY
Why not help mother put up good dinners by giving her a NKW RANGE, and when you have one of our
Beauties—if that will not make her pleased and happy for
many years, "we lose our guess"
How  about a pair of
SKATES
Snow Shoes or .1 I land
Sleigh nothing beatsout
door sports. The boys
and girls will appreciate
any of these for their
Xmas. Make a note of
this line when you start
out to do your shopping.
"Drop in on Us"
Let    us   give  .Mother some
nice Table Vv'ate.
SILVER  CANDELABRAS
1 anipli'tc wiili t'.imlli". .mil Simile*.
BRASS CANDLESTICKS
Fern Dishes, Flower Pots,
Brass Kettles, Dinner Gongs,
lir,iss Jardinieres, Trays, Silver Deposit Goods, Jugs,
Sugars and Cream, Jewel Poxes.
"Remember Mother."
LOOK US UP
SILVERWARE
With a Guarantee Behind It.
Tea Sets, Trays, Berry Sets, Pickle Jars, Butter
Dishes, Cruets, Tobacco Jars, Fruit Dishes, Cake
Baskets, Egg Stands, Salts in Cases, Spoons in
Cases, Fish Sets.
Specially for thejtoung Folks
Start them on the New Year with a Savings
Bank. The kind we have cannot be tampered
with. Electric Motors for the Boys, to run with
Battery. Sewing Machines, Cook Stoves, Toy
Irons, Air Guns and Popguns, Tool Boxes.
"CHECK UP THE KIDDIES LIST"
Table nipoc
A very Acceptable—and something that the whole family
participate in, is beautiful Table Cutlery—Knives and forks,
Spoons.
CARVING SETS—We have a very large assortment.
Pocket Knives or Scissors, Razors in Sets or Cases.
" LOOK THIS LINE OVER."
Beauti
REVELSTOKE,  B. C.
LTD.
I PAGE EIGHT
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THE   MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
BATtttUHY, DECEMBER 20, 1913
AUCTION
HOWSON BLOCK
Opposite City Hall, Revelstoke, B. C.
Free Prizes Given Away
Nightly
J. FLEISHMAN'S
Stock of
High Grade
SALES DAILY
At 2:30 and 7:30 p. m.
RESERVED SEATS FOR LADIES
monds, Watches, Jewellery, Etc.
To be sold by Public Auction to highest  bidder
SALES DAILY
At 2:30 and 7:30
ENTIRE   STOCK   MUST  BE SOLD
Tour Opportunity to Buy
XMAS PRESENTS AT YOUR OWN PRICE
'e**''''''''"''''''^'''''''''''''''''''''''''
MR. FLEISHMAN, after over 30 years in business has the reputation of the
oldest Jeweller in the Interior and has held his customers through fair and
honest treatment, the same systems will be carried out during this sale.
EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED exactly as represented or no sale.
FREE PRIZES will be  given away every evening, and Special Seats
reserved for Ladies.
DOLLARS   SAVED  ARE    DOLLARS   MADE
REMEMBER buy a Xmas Present at Fleishman's Auction Sale, Howson
Block, Opposite City Hall. Sale starts Daily at 2.30 and 7:30 every day
till Xmas.
Stock Consists of Diamonds, Watches, Brooches, Rings, Scarf Pins, Fobs, Chains, Bracelets, Cut Class,
Toilet Sets, Silverware, Etc., All of Finest Quality.
J  FLEISHMAN Howson Block,Revelstoke,B.C. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE N1JW
i
RECENT
B.C. LOAN
EXPLAINED
BY HON. VV. J. BOWSER
Government to Assist i i
Marketing Lumber
The   banquet tendered    the visiting
memliers of the Western Forestry and
Conservation Association at the Com-
meroial Club, by the British Columbia
Const Lumbermen and Timbermen was
a marked success mid under tho drup-
ed flags of the Union Jack and the
Stars ami Stripes the leoding men ot
some of the largest industrial organ-
izationson ihe Pacific coast -at down
to dine. Mr. Jnlm Hen Iry presided,
and the vice-chair was occupied by Mr.
R. H. Alexander.
LAURIER
FREE FOOD
SOPHISTRY
Pertinent Criticisms
It docs nol require brilliancy of intellect to discover that Sir Wilfrid
Laurler's "free fool" policy is meant
for political, rather than for anti-high
cost of living warfare. His theory
that the Americans are going to buy
foodstuffs from the Canadian farmer
at high prices, while at the same time
ibe American farmer is Belling his produce to Canadians at lower prices, is
so manifestly false as to be undeserv -
iny of serious attention as a genuine
economic consideration.
Whal docs Sir Wilfrid mean'.' What
moaning cun intelligent Canadians take
from his "free dinner luhlc" slogan
other than that ii is n mere hallow
sham of a political phrase designed by
nue'who is,i prince of demagogues,   to
After toasts to  the "King" an J   t.he
'President"   had been  honored,      Hon. j
W.J. Bowser, Attorney-General, was and a half million dollars invested, all
called onto respond io the toast lo of which would pay large dividends,
"Our Province." They hadn quarter of.a milli,,n in iho
Mr.  Bowser  referred to the system of   government  -ili'on Regent streel, Lou-
taxation in    Ihe Slates    io the south: don, Eng.
where most   ot the guests cam-'   from
There   Ihe  lumbermen   assessed     themselves for  the  protection   of   their    tire
"NO  FREAK"  LAWS.
He  referred to tho  liberal and  stn.ile
bring votes for the return to power
and office of the so-called Lil>ernl
party?
LAURIER TWO YEARS AGO.
Two years ago Sir Wilfrid Laurier
toured this country in his crusade to
make Cunada au "adjuuet of the United States'' and the s'logan with which
hc rallied his serried ranks t.hcn was
"i.et the farmer have his turn." Ho
wanted higher prices for the former
then, and told them that Reciprocity
with the United States in natural products would secure for them this boon;
and in the same breath he preached
that while the farmers were getting
higher prices (or tbeir produce across
the line, the Canadian consumer would
be given cheaper foodstuffs. Neither
the farmer or the consumer was deeeiv
ed by such shallow sophistry, and mental dishonesty. Thiey could not comprehend how prices Could be higher and
i lower at the .same time hy n,iy process
of economic reasoning, and the agriculturist especially could not see why he
should be made to purchase in a nro-
tected market, and made to sell the
products'„f his toil in competition with
practically the world.
I Abandoned by the farmer, Sir Wilfrid trims his sails onee more and
boars down upon the poor consumer,
wiih the lialtle cry of "Free Food." ;
Twn years ago be wanted the taritl on
foodstuffs removed, lirst of all to bene- ':
! lii   the  farmer;  now he wants to have
I it abolished tor  the  sakc of  the emaciated consumer.
At  your service by
daylight or dark
services and  he intimated  ina  humor-  law-of British  Columbia and     hoped      LIBERAL PLATFORM OF  1S93.
ous way thai he wished ihe British t o-
ltimbia lumbermen could be induced to
such u liberality although the system
of holding timber land bere' was different io a large extent and ihe government was definitely interested in ihe
protection of the timber. He referred
to the many nnd varied natural resources of British Columbia ami the
achievement of her products hoih here
and  abrood.
GOVERNMENT'S   LOAN.
He then took up a reference to certain criticisms of ihe government in regard to •, loan made some weeks ago.
He' .lul not wish to inili.'t strictly looal
matters on the visiting lumbermen but
it wns a custom to make certain publio
statements at affairs oi that kind.
When the government had come into
power in lio.; lie said finanoes were In
(hey would encourage the investment
of more outside capital here. Much
America]] money had come in, and lie
wanted his hearers l'i om lho other side
of the Hue io understan I ihat. every
protection would bjegiven capital along
every line consistent with public good.
They need fear no freax legislation
here.
Thee [oas( to the "Neighboring Forest States'1 was responded to by Mr.
Geo, M. Cornwall, Portland, known
,-is the "silver-tongued sage of the t\>-
Itimbia valley," who, in a deliciously
humorous style, recounted the many
difficulties they had encountered in developing forest protection in the different states.
The tousl to "Forestry Under Two
Flags," was responded to by Hon. W.
It. Moss, Minister of Lands for Britisb     Columbia,   and Mr. E.   \ Allen
■i bad  state.   Tbe  publi,- debt  was ten forester for the Western Forestry   and
Coiiso
millions and there Wasa detieit of over
a   million,   lt was found necessary to     Hon.
issue debentures for a  million to offset  toast,
the de'ticii. miking tbe total public debt
then ov>r eleven million dollars. That
issue   of debentures was for ten years,
but it  had been paid off years ago all
but a    bmall sum on which the owners
wanted the interest.  On  March 31, 191*2
the pubhc debt amounted to $t\5OO,O0U
Ahile they had cash on bund and     in
•he   bank  amounting to $7.^50,000  the  bitghestesteem for
ash   assets being only   slightly    under   jt^ work.
•the total debt.
The revenue in 19u3 had been 32,000<
Out,' on 1 expenditures $3,-*t"O,00u. The
•■■venue in 1012 had advanced to tf 10,
"O'l.nJO with expenditures of     Ild.,189,
rvation Association.
W.R. Ross, in replying io   the
"Forestry   Under Two  Flags"
said the most attraotive feature of the
gathering was its international eharao-
ter. They had profited by eaeh others
experience, he said. The most valuable aspect was the human .-ide. They
needed to get nwny from ihe old pio-
neer idea that we eould get along with
out co-operation. He expressed the
i he   a-so iation   and
Revenue- from the forests ihey must
have, but they musl also have settlement of vacant space- and the creation
oi new communities, Thai was the
justification of     our system eif forest
000.   Since April  I. 1912, as would be  finance,   British Columbia was a   pre-
se.en by the estimates    of l'.>12-13    nnil   mier  lumber  producing  region.     Over
1913-1 1 it had not been the poliey     of
the government to hoard lurge   sums'
but rather to utilize the money judicl-
msly on expenditures which  would de-
velop ihe province.
The estimates for 1912-13 showed expenditures of $lf.,200,1100 with a revenuo
Df > I'1,300,OOfl, showing a deficit of
$5,y00,(ni0 on the year. The e-iimates
f.ir 1913-14 showed expenditures of
sM7,8OO,00O and revenues of $10,:JOO,000
ir a leficit of 87,500,000-, the total detieit from   expenditures   over   revenues
half lhe capital invested here was in
timber or lumbering operations. it
made over half the pay-roll of the province: 37 per cent of the annual produc
tionof wealth came from the snmesou-
iee. It hal meant settlement and the
population  hid  doubled  in  ten   years.
OBJECT OF FORE.STRY.
Settlement was the main   object   oi
ihe forestn  ,.f ibe province.
"By ensuring ihe fullest use of the
forests wewill lay the foundations for
tor the two years being $13,1110,0(10. permanent communities supported by
The total amount ihat had been ex- forest industries. We nre getting away
pendedon public works during thoso from ihe old theory that a lumbering
years w.»s, 1912-13, 38,200,000 and in population is n vagrant one that de-
1913-11, $9,(ill0,0fln, or n total     of 817- stroys a Umbered  region and  then mo
ves on.
Tin' government of thc province is
linked by definite lie-- of pni"tnership
in standing timber with ihe lumbering
Industry. The big problem we have
to faoe i' ike extension of the market
for British Columbia lumber. By de-
liending on one or iwo markets exclusively we have left ourselves at   'he
v00.0"0. In other words lho expend! -
mre oi amounts on publi'- works had
been fifty percent of the total sums
v oted.
REASON FOR ACTION
Ii had l>een found recently ueoessary
to issue -i\ months' treasury bills for
310.(100 It)-., which hal netted ilu- piovinee aliout $1,460,000 and would, no mercy of depression in those markets.
doubt, enable the province to complete The Panama canalwill make market
its program of expenditure. Tbe eeason changes, nnd wc ought to study them,
for doing this wns that while tho Just as the progressive department of
province had thc money coming to it agriculture studies the markets of tho
from agreements for sale and other world, advertises in them, and pushes
■ our. erf li was not considered wise to the sales ,,f agricultural products, so
press these payments, but like private must the forest service co-opernte with
businessmen goto the banks und raise the operators in advertising our forest
it. It spoke woll forthe credit of the products, in demonstrating the valu-
pi'OVince that lhe money had all been able properties in our wood, in fentur-
i aiserl in London in one day. They had ing our timber in foreign exhibitions,
gof thc money at 5J per ceni. 7 he an I in attracting the attention of buy-
fmporial government had had to pay ers and lumber salesmen by broadcast
44' percent and the O.P.R., the biggest publication.
corporation in tho world, had borrow*- Ail I  ihis  n,u<,   be   <l.>ne energetically
pii   money a short   timo  ago nt a    rato nnd persistently, success being depend-
thnl   figured oul at  7 per cent. enl  on  the active  help of    the    manu -
The province hnd acquired mnny va- torturers' association.     To show   thc
luable assets during the'  regime of the Importance of tbe forestry branch and
government.   In   iu-i   0  few  of  ihem of   iis value outsMe the lumber    in-
ihey had many times tbe value of the dustry tothe province, he statod that
loan.   Inthe Songheos Reserve at Vic - one of Uniarticular duties ofthe forest
toria, the  Kilsllann  Reserve nt    Van- branch   is  (he discovery  and  mapping
couver. ili" Columbia and Western and out of a  new agricultural  areas.     By
othor railway land grants taken   over tin   the fot   ■ branch was already   be
>iy   Ihe  governiii"iil   they  had over   two .inning a   (actor in   land   settlement.
Sir Wilfriel tells us thai the Fielding
tariff of 18'.I7—which was neither more
or less ihan an embodiment of the
National Policy of Sir John Macdon -
aid—was framed to mii't the conditions
whi.h existed at that time; that since
then there hnvo grown up in our mid-
si trusts, mergers and combines, and
ihe modern phenomena of the high-cost
of living he places upon the shoulders
..I these. Uul is Sir Wilfrid honest ?
Is he idling ihe truth when he says
that, to meet this alleged new order of
things he, If he were in power, would
abolish the duties on foodstuffs? Let
us see what he thought about this
-ame question in 1893. On the *J0th of
dune of that year Canada was given
what has siu,-e, and is now regarded as
one of ihe greatest curiosities of our
political history—the "Free Trade as
they hav,' in England" platform of ihe
Canadian Liberal party. In part it
said: " . that it (the Tariff)
should be reduced to the needs of honest, e.-onomical and efficient government; thnl it should be so adjusted as
TO MAKE FREE, or to beur as'lightly a- possible upon the necessaries of
life. . . it has developed monopolies
trusis an | combinations."
IIKTRAYAL OF PRINCIPLES.
Uritish political history may Ik- sCar
■ bed in vain for a more brazen and
shameless betrayal of principles than
the utter abandonment of this platform by Sir Wilfrid Latimer after 1896
lu the fifteen years in which he held
I ower he did not raise a hand against
the "monoplies, trusts aud lorubina-
11.en-*' which, as the responsible head
ofa great party, he declared lobe in
existence a- far back as 1893: he did
ii.ei make a single move to adjust the
tarifl so as "tto make free, or to bear
as lightly as possible upon the neeesar
ies of life."
Onee more, in opposition, Sir Wilfrid again stands on the threshold of
Cobdenlsm, and shouts free trade, and
a free diner table. But the people are
noi deceived. They have learned to
know their Laurier. His polie-y today
i- one of all sail, and no anchor. Now,
ai ever, he is fertile in words and pluu-
sibephrase8, but lamentably barren of
constructive suggestion. He does not
try to lead, but mislead, the people,
and the party of whieh he is head. His'
"Free Food" cry will noi witlisiand
the a-id test of robust loinmon -euse.
Hi- Words in the Hjht of hit? record
do not ring (rue. They are ihe mere
partisan lophUtryofa political opportunist trying to confound tho common
tense of the Canadian people.
DB.MAQOQUBS MUST Go.
Thc corroding evil of the Oanadian
o-called Liberal puny has been its
unblushing, s'hamoless hypocrisy, and
ilus latest cry of Sir Wilfrid Laurier—
who seems to be losing all .-wiiso of national prospective—holds out no hope
for improvement.
There is a place in the national and
political life' 'if Ihe Dominion for tho
real creed ofLiberalism, but it     must
befr I   from   the  blighting  influences
of blatani demagogue- like Laurier, Lo
mfeiix,     Oliver,     Murphy,   Mockenzie
, King and Car veil.
Until this is brought about, the
duty of the people is ploin.
Bring ut your films
for    development-
Darkness Defied
Never mind if you cannot come in daylight—we can take your photograph
just as we'll ,-my evening you have at
liberty, or even in your own home.
The latest achievement of modern elec-
l ri cal science is now to Iw found in the
always    up-to-date   Trueman    Studio.
An electric   an* lamp, wiih
iric arc lamp, with an actual
working light of 3,000 . andle power is
the fairy that dispels darkness and
makes good results a simple mntter
The light
these
live
,-ilwi
s   a  Kiiupie  inniier.
so    soft  and dear that
possess   a  distinc-
Prices,    as
photograph
and     artistie-   beauty
iys, strictly moderate
Fireside Concerts
Tho Gramophone has como to stay.
That is now an admitted fact. It is
just a question with you—if you move
with the times—as to when, where and
what make you arc gi>ing to buy.
Fireside concerts .ire to lx' the feature
of the coming decade     :      :     :     •     :
1
Bo advised, buy NOW. Get all the enjoyment a feast of music gives at such
a season as this. Be up-to-date, and
get the hornless model. It ia most
compact and has the best tone. Be
wise and give us a call—we can please
your desire and purse      :     :     :      :   :
At the Trueman Studio
Best Machines in Stock.
Victor and Edison.
Order Records NOW.
A. DOUGLAS TOURNER
Cor. Mackenzie and Front.
" A s)it skirt does not reveal character," soys a Boston professor. Nothing was further removed from the
thoughts of ihe original  designer.
A German blacksmith has lioen
given the leading bass solo in a
fr and opera. He oiighi lo be par-
ticultrlyefloctlve IntSe anvil  chorus,
MANNING'S
CANDY
STORE
The trad.- periodical the "Baker and
Confectioner," published at Toronto,
has an interesting article on Manning's store at Revelstoke in its last
issue, illustrated with a good repro-j
uiH-tion of the interior of that well-
known local store.   The article says:
One of thc finest confectionery stores
in ihe west is that of the Manning Oan
dy Co., wholesale and retail makers of
sweets, whi'h is located on McKenzie
Avenue, Revelstoke. Tliis establishment is certainly a credii to thc Pacl-
fl, coast province, and -'Manning's
Make'' Is widely recognized and demanded in connection with all confections. Horac Manning, the proprietor
Ol the Manning Candy Co., was attracted to the west in Ib'JT, and be-
lievedthai Hevelstoke would win out
as a great interior distributing centre,
owing' to it- favorable' geographical j
position. He started busineBs in a
very small simp on McKenzie aveuue . I
Hi-- trade grew as thc town grew, and
he soon erected a frame building 25
by 50 feet on ihe -nine street and car-
nele.n the manufacture of caudy. Ha
remained in these quarters for ten
years and built up a Bret-class business
on "Manning's Make''—a name which
is known throughout all the interior of
ihe province and i e guarantee of both
quality and purity.
IN SEARTH UK POINTERS.
Lust year bee -pent several weeks tra- |
veliag throughout  the middle west and
iben to lhc coast, to get  ihe best ideas j
in the construction of a tirst-ias- shop
Kevelstoke has    a  population of ;i500.:
,nel Mr.  Manning believes thai he has
tha  neatest  candy   store of  any     placo  I
withapopulatlon iwice ns ilse.     The
interior nnlsh of ihis establishment is
rich anel  attractive.    The  luiileliug   is  a
two storey concrete itrm mri-, 21 by
100 i.'.-i. The lioni i- oi pressed briak
nn I th. entrance ol marble. There is
a basement theentirc length of the
structure. The retail portion .f
the store ia the full width and 55 ieot
deep. On the right of tbeentiunce is
the orchestra iooiu an'l on the left is
the office, divided from the store proper by palm-. There i» every up-to-
ilaie convenience and equipment— in-
eluding a ladies' loilc 'oom, with hot
and cold running water. The orchestra room is Cosllj li'',il with willing
de-k aid i hairs and a Goiliiuy Angelas player piano, mahogany tinisii. The
rich mahogany rtxtures at iho front
.if the store, a- well as the 12 foot
fountain were specially designed     nud
made fol   Mr, Manning by  J.J, McLaughlin,  Limited, Toronto.
LIGHTING ami OOLOR SOHHJMB8.
tine of the brightest attractions of
the store i- Its lighting. The fixtures
are suspended from the telling by brass
■hains and the Tungsten bulbs are i-n-
closed in Albo globes, Tho ice cream
parlor is decidedly inviting. Ices are
Iserved. thero dm in   ths   urnmer,   aal
Empress Theatre, Revelstoke
MISS TRYPHOSA PARKER'S
CONCERT
Monday Evening, December   29th,   1913
PROGRAMME
Quartette   "Laugh Boys, Laugh " ll. Sf,
Messrs. Samson, Duck, Crews and Paulding.
Sum;   " For All Eternity *' Va&cJteroni
Mr. Ralph Lawrence.
SONG —" The Pipes of Pan "      Uotickton
Miss Parker.
QUARTETTE—" In this hour of Softened Splendour " Pitisuli
Misses Parker and Paulding, Messrs. Samson and Paulding.
Song- "The Flying Dutchman " Font,.
Mr. Frank Paulding.
DUET    "The Harbour Lights" Stitt in
Miss Parker and Mr. Paul Samson.
Quartette—" Kathleen Mavourneen " Crouch
Mesdames Hews hikI Dent, Misses Mackay and Parker.
Song   "Goodbye."         Tonti
Mr. ("., Hawker.
Sum.     'Land of Hope and Glory " Eltitir
Miss Parker
INTERMISSION
Quartette   "A Regular Royal Queen" Sullivan
Misses Parker and Paulding, Messrs. Samson and Paulding.
DuET    " The Keys of Heaven *'    (Folk Song),
Miss Parker and Mr.  Lawrence.
SONG - " The Lute Player " lllitm
Mr.  Paul Samson.
Quartette   "Believe Me, if All Those Endearing V< ung Charms."
Mesdames Hews and Dent, Misses Mackay and Parker.
Bon, s ' ''" " M-v Treasure." Trcvtilita
*   N  s I iln "Two Irish Songs"' /.,,/,-,
Miss Parker.
Sum;-" The .Sound of tlu- Drum "   Tittle
Mr. J. K. Paulding.
Duet   " In Springtime" \
.Misses Parker and Paulding.
Sum.    "Annie  Laurie."	
Mr   Knight.
Ql ARTBTTB   "Goodnight Beloved'  I'ituiuti
Misses Parker and Paulding, Messrs. Samse n and Paulding.
Reserved Seats, 75c
General Admission, 50c
Plan at Macdonald's.     Concert commencesS:30 Prompt.
I eei drink in the autumn and winter.
An electric hot water beater isused for
Imi drinks, and there is also an electric drink mixer, an electric toaster,
and an electric national i-ash register
ofthe latest 1913 model. The store is
heated by a hot water .'.-stem.
The color schem is one thai i
and restful, tan and pale green boing
the prevailing shades. These tints aro
carried out even to the linoleum and
>ll tiiinoi details mi mado to harmonise. Back of the stop- on tho same
floor, ls the freezing room with oement
floor and walls with drainage to a
-ewer, so that all that Uf required is to
flush the floor when through working,
thus leaving evcry'hinir imrfectly sanitary. The ice e-rush"r anil freezer are
i m by a three-horse power eleetrr- motor. There is an ice house .ri2x20x2r) ft.
The basement is used as a factory   for
making tbe finest line possible of home?
made candies, particularly 'Manning a
Broadways,'- large nut-rolled chocolates with pure cream centres. Mr.
Manning also has the exclusive agency,
of certain widely recognized national
line-, .ef package chocolates.
ENTERPRISE & PUSHING SPIRIT.
In the manufacturing end, Mr. Manning has everything required in the
way of hand machinery ior an up-to-
l r.e plant. He wholesales a portion of
his goods throughout the interior of
the province, and this branch of the
business, to^t'thcr with the retail, id
increasing rapidly on tbe strength of
the well-known and widely-advertised
trade-mark, 'Manning's Make.*' Tho
proprietor is certainly to be congratulated on hi? enterprise and progressiva
spirit. PAGE TEN.
THE   MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
BATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 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.
meaamma
NATURAL
RESOURCES
OF B. G.
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,
Furnished Rooms by the Day. Week or Month
VERNON ROOMS
Mrs. H. J. Ham:; iry,    -      Proprietress
Steam Heated Throughout.      Housekeeping Suites.
Phone 1629
Corner View
and Douglas Streets.
VICTORIA, B. C.
Jack Laughton. Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke. B. C.
Hon.  W. R. Ross cn
Forestry Work.
At the forest fire fcmfernence of the
Western Forestry antl Conservation Association, in his address on the protection of British Columbia's natural
resources, Hon. W.R. Ross paid a very
high compliment to tho remarkably effective work that ilie association has
done, ln forest protection wotk they
hail shown  tho way along many    lines
! to the conservation movement, in Brit-
i-h Oo'umbia. He dealt at some Length with ihe provincial resources ot
lands, forests and water, that camo
under his department before taking up
ihe protection and development of the
j timber resources, the other subjects being closely allied.
OUR GREATEST CROP.
This piovinee, ho said, watf essentially a forest country, probably seventy
I per cent, of its lw0 hundred and fifty
million acres being under some kind of
timber. It was destined to be the
greatest crop that we ean raise, and
since the bulk of the forest land is
governmentproperty, yielding a revenue of three millions dollars annually
to the public treasury, the protection
of the forest and the most scientific
method of obtaining revenue from it
were obviously two of the most important   functions  of the  government.
Eight and a half million acres of
the e.-1-eat public asset have beeu
placed under a license system, whieh
ensures n steady revenue, aud for many
years has provided for the construction
and upkeep of public roads, and also
provides that payment i- neoessary
only when tbe crop is cui and marketed, a principle in line with the ideas
ofmodeiu forest finance, There is an
almost i leal co-operation between the
government and the private interests
in the form of the forest protection
fund. I
During the past year one hundred
and fifty million acres of the total
area oi British Columbia were place I
under some form of protection. Naturally the intensity of the patrol varied
v.: h thi vh ie :' the tinilier aiiel the
of iii . inu .a wu- so constituted thai ii might be recruited io any
strength thai exigency mi-jlit require.
I forest      districts  had     iliirty
and 280 guards nnd patrolmen
in Ired men were available on
ce.   There    was little     diffl-
i       nl "el ng  the situation.
FIRE PROTECTION.
■ igh     nearly six hundred   fires
fi •
.ihi without   extra cos        n
employment
-   '.-ir n     e .....\- (.-;. > ;i_htin_'
sum .ei (9,000;    tho
lived $190,rn)0, h'av.
: propriatioi
Howson fi Co., Limited
t
«
Vr
Xmas shoppers wili bz pleased to learn
that we again this year have stocked
our Store with pleasing and suggestive
piece of Furniture for Xmas trade.
t
Just Arrived-New Designs in Dining-
room Furniture, Den furniture, Bedroom Furniture, Etc.
*
Our Stock is also large at present with
Children's Gifts, viz: Doll Cutters, Buggies, Tables and Chairs, Rocking Horses,
Etc., Etc.
You Are All Welcome to Come In and
Walk Through Our Large Show Rooms
Howson
Ltd.
•pt^-j*
e£i c/» cl» eW 'vki. eii c^i 'cki i^ri «S
^$$f^$
an ample surplus' for eon>lrueti»n
This included over 1,000 miles of horse
trails, 168 miles of foot trails, 3G0
iiiilcs oi telephone lines, 10 cabins, and
in mountain lookout stations, at a cost
$67,000. The value of these improve
ments ran hardly be estimated. For
the miles of indentations nlovtz ihe
ce. isi line the rangers have a ilotilln of
launches, from the high-powered rang-
ers' flfty-fool boat to the small gas-
luuncb ioi* thc guard on his daily
round."
A Happy Gathering
The Hev. Jaine.-. Yule, Kohert Tide,
an I Miss Goodwill were name- o» the
posscngoi list of the Am hor Lino steamer California, ju>t in from Glasgow
Cap! iin Hlaihie thought the combination n good Ohrlstmas omen and said
thai iii addition to the "Yulctide good
will' ihen- was an abundance ol good
i-heer in the holds of the vessel, where
thero wero several hundred cases of
Scotch whisky.
This is the time of the year when
the "good fellow" ean prove himself
true to label,
The commissioners who have charge
ofthe institution for chronic inebriates in New Jersey, are known as the
"Jag  Hoard."
A woman candidate for the school
1-onrd In Boston served coflee and
. racheis and cheese to the voters. She
headed the poll.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN  PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
LORD    "I VS GREAT IMPERIAL SCHEME.      New HirJ's Eye View of the Aidwy.-1> Site.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson  Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rl
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
h'.i6
ORIENTAL HOTEI—->
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
JT.    ALBERT     ST03STE3 PEOP-
m IF
f;:6,, "'""""•■inlL
Union   Hotel
a. P. LBVBSQUB, Proprietor
FIRST BTREET, REVELSTOKE, B.C.
(1) Trafalgar Squara), baring: Cross Station. |3   Savor Hotel. (4) Waterloo HriiMe. (S) London Opera House. (6) Kingswny.
17) Morning Post, (H) MarOOni Houn. (9   Someraet House, (10) Australian Commonwealth Site. (11) Law Courts. (12) Tempie.
(II   Button (L. A N. W. RIy.).     (14)  K inn's Croat (O    x.ltly.!.     (I.i) Uritish Museum.     (16) St. Paul's Cathedral.     (17) Waterloo Station (L. &S. W.RIy.
MEAL TICKETS $600
Die ebove llteitretlon liken from w'estmlnetef Rrldu ihom ihr metnHlceni smi onfqui site.
the "p» i'.u fof winch I --r-l ' .f, hi* Mtmrod Ini   ihe DnffltntOM Uvrr^n   tin mi I 1' - .   r 1 ■* pttl (■> r Iir tti
thereon 1 tfretl Imperiel rnrildtei mil I ich will be uvUtbli mjUeetivei end InepMnl ei Sl I eulY
Ae -iii ir teen In (he illnetrillon thi vln ■« In the very otntre nl«t»r Metrnpolii hei «jy between
St. PeoPi Cethedril ind rrefeliar Rnuere Hanked bj thi I num nl Nmilee 8nmer«el Monte, end ihe
other tfreet institution! of !*•*■ rity With 1 if eieeotlnn perhiee ol lhi Mentinn Hooee. probably more
people pen ttita pnlnl during thr dev then iny othtf In London, while north ol thi* free! island ilte lei
eplendld new itreei Km*•*-• •■  whieh In ten <<r twenty years time fi very ihon •pen m the life nf • nitlon)
will be nne ofthe nneit etre^te In Greet n      Ihr imomtln hr peld inr thii tlle lii eeeordtni to 1
leedtnf Mnntreel per*'      '   urprfcm )*,  i-m   nr, a price at which 'uni conhi nnt lo ant on St. Jentee' "r
St. Getiierlne'i Streeti."
Ihr mone) pen I would be h no meene ell nitffnnii«, for ifker leenrlpH whet wnuij he
■ndonbtedly the mot 1 Imntei ive heiduiierier*. In Londotti * ootnidenMe return wool I icnte frnin t ■<■
ler/e ■ mount "i  rtmtlnim   neee whteli would  he rapidly hltrii  bi Imtttarioni eu 1 imsiness concerns
connected with CaneJa, miny uf which heve«tprciicd e keen deeirc to become tenente the moment the-
si linn.   Miettirei.
LpndOfl ie not Ottll the centre nf the Empire, but ii hecominft more end more the nnfinn i»l the
world. Tem ot thnimenil**. not ol nee 'y ulicnfl, hut tlie leedinil ottlteOI nf both hemisphere* vieit the city
every yeer, end pm* thi* apnt in the heert uf her but eit thoroulhlere.
Al doofl e boebteM boikM) en mutt ■ nation edvertiie her waree, and nu one can accum (.unada of
ROI havitil eet the pace. Mere we here an opportunity of tekinl a leadinl part, in nol temporary expnai-
tlon. hut in a ireet nmnument in ItOM. which will secure a permanent exhibition ol her VJIt remurcci and
which nnolil lOftM Imperial Irtde in a manner ntherwiae uiiobtainable. Io tiunte the Au*tt ili t < \vhrw.
Such e ciloual hoiltlinl ai the nne contemplated, w.th Iti commercial adininiit-atinni, iimi cirtit>
n>>««il>ilitiea. wrmlJ come to he reiarJed ea the embujiment ut the Lim pire in ituch a witv tlut eve > the
lAoet onimaiinative, unthinkini anj unrei1ectin4 person woolil be forced to realise Wiltl Uli llritish.
I.mpire is. an I  witat  it means."
lt rest* With thc people uf Canai'a to sty " Yci." or '* No,"
\ SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE ELEVEW
iEf3MajaaiBi3fi3isi3jsiai3iaj3M3r[?3iaiaia
•eBieMsiaEJSEMajHaiHEMajsjaMaMaj
MISS  TRYPHOSA PARKER
Pupil  of  Signor Giovanni  Clerlci,  K.
0. I., Hon. R.A.M. of Florenoe
and London.
Visits    and   receives   Pupils   for
Voli-e  Production  and  Pianoforte.
For terms, etc., apply.
BOX   306,    114,    FIRST     STREET.
ADVERTISING.
FRANK PAULDING
Winner of 8 First and
Second Prizes in 10
Contests open to the
British Isles : : :
:     Sales   Organised     :
0.  B.  N,  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Ofticc: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
W.   H.   WALLACE,   M.B.C.8.A.
ARCHITECT
Boi 205, Telephone 313. Revelstoke
KOOTENAY      LODOB,  No.
add  A.   M.
;:. A. Y
Regular meeting ere held In MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on th. Third Monday Id each montb
■tip ni Vi.iting brethren art
cordially  welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER. Secretary.
("!.    WOW
Mountain  Vf.v  (lump,  No. m
Mffi Second    anil     Fourth Wednesday,    in  each   month   in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen  ars
cordially  Invited to attend
JAMES  McINTYRE, CO.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
COURT
k'T       HSJOPIB.
of i. o. r.
No.   1461.
Meet. In I. 0   O. F. Hall next   to
Tapping'. Opera  House every second
and  fourth  Monday in  month. Visiting brethren  cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, 0. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,  Ree.-8*e.
REVELSTOKE LODGE, No. 1085
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meets every first and third Tuesday
in St. Francis Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.
A.  R.  Grant, Die.
H. L. Haug, Sec.
SELKIRK     LODOB IJ, 1. O. 0. F.
Meet, every Thursday evening is
S.lkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Vi.itlag
br.thren  cordially invltsd.
CHAS. NEWSOME. N.Q.
JAS MATHIE Sec.
BURGESS AND TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B. C. Land
Surveyors  and  Contractors.
P. 0. Box 317       Kamloops, B.O.
Branch   Office—Watson  Realty  Ce.
HARVEY, McCARTER & COMPANY
Barristers,  Solicitors, Etc.
—Offices—
Imperial Bank Block, Revelstoke, B.C.
Lumb
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelatoke,IB. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the busb. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
reinireel in vour business.
MAGIC MAP THE I
NO BAKING"""
m* POWDER i
IN IIKAHT OF CITY
BOTEL SAVOY
SEATTLE
"Twelve Stories of Solid Comfort"
In the centre of things—theatres
and stores <>n lxilh sides. Buililinir
olxilutely fireproof—toncrete, steel
and marhle.
EUROPEAN PlAN-ll per d.) up
With Baths—S2 per day op
COLD STORAGE
For Dairy and Fruit
Ayer's Pills
Good health demands at least one movement of the bowels each day. Just one
Ayer's Pill at bedtime.  SoM for60 years.
Ask Your Doctor.     *gft&Sg&3fe|
IT'S PLEASANT
TO DE SERVED
Without cold    storage the    dairying
nml   fruit  industries  would be greatly
handicapped,  us  much    valuable   produce' would be destroyed by decay. Under such circumstances  the eo-s't of liv-
■filo would hnve mounted much higher
lhan it hns and there Would  be little,
hope of  establishing  outside  markets.
Because these several lines of industry
are closely  allied  they are  all   grouped
j under a single branch of the Dominion
i department of agriculture, that of the
| Dairy und Coll Storage) Commissioner
This branch, uuder Mr. J.   A. Rud -
I dick, has  become a  far-reaching organ*
[ izalion    extending     from    the milking
sheds    and the' orchards     even  to the
'greal markets of the United Kingdom,
Through the dairy division encouragement is  gi/tn farmers to  increase    the
production of  Iheir  herds,   instructions
are issued to  leach  the Iwst  methods
i of turning out fine butter    and cheese.
j The fruit division seeks   to     enlighten
growers on the condition of crops,   to
I teach correct  methods    of production,
| and  marketing and  to establish  confi-
i deuce iu  the  ■.nine     of Canadian fruit.
The cold fiorai"' service assists institutions that require     refrigeration to
I erect proper warehouses; durin; warm
months aid is given  railways  that ear-
I ry fruit   and  dairy  produce to      main-
■ tain low temperatures     in   their oars;
I and help is proi ided to secure cool tem
pern tures io  export   drryduoe while    on
ths ocean.   The extension of markets
close
mm
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
so  promptly   and  perfectly   as  you  arc     ,   . 	
at tliis restaurant.    And t'hc service it j division exercises' a    close supervision
only a foretaste of over the handling of perishable    inrm
I produce in transit and, as opportunity
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I oilers, tiansiiortation i-ompanics are
It i.s Raid that the way to a man's aidvieed of needed improvements in
heart is through his stomach. We are I their equipment. Resides other duties
sure to reach yours if you'll drop in j, keeps a roful j8ter „| ,he ,,, ,„.
uul trc our bill of tare. If perfect vie-; ,,,.,,,
tuals,   perfectly   cooked   and   perfectly I SB,e w,'efc'y   P««« of  all   manner      ot
served,   will gain  vour  friendship,
arc absolutely sure of yours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. (;. THtAKISON Manager.
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
FOI
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
farm  produce, and  publishes  these      in
llle  annual  reporl of the branch.
Ths duties of this biancn of government service enumerated are by no
iiii'ans complete, but they serve' to in-
oiiate the nature of its work, whi.h
bears aclose relation to the e-ost of living. Tbey are selected at more or less
random from the annual report  for the
I past fi-ee-al year, which contains a lurge
amount of useful information, This v*o
hum', whieh i< made up of a general review by  ihe   Commissioner an! eight
i appendices, is available to those who
apply for it to ilie Publications Branch
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa.
llie Way to Prevent
Cold Mim Diseases
The world of music-—what a gift
Suppose you should wake up Christmas morning to 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
The new lypet, wllhout lioiiw, are wpecinlljr * permanent gift—one dial will be a  luting
popular juit now.   They are made in atliilic pleaawe (or yean to come.   Can you imagine
deajgni from a vaiicty of beautiful woods. Tbe * more practical gift    or one tbat will bring
one shown bere is extremely moderate priced. more real deliglit lu iboie you love?
It is called (he Ambeiola VI. It plays ibe new
Blue Amberol records, witb all tbeir remarkable beauty of iweetocM and vulun*^, witb "II
tbeir range of program. It U fitted wiib tbe
diamond reproducing point tbat never wears
out and never needs dunging.   An Ldiion i»
TRADE    MARK
Edison Phonograph* and Records arc sold by
A. Douglas Tgto :: C. I. Macdonald
CHRISTMAS TREES
ARE   DANGEROUS
and you should be sure to have
plenty of lire insurance iu event
an accident should happen. Yon
will find
OUR INSURANCE POLICY
to be the best protection tlmt equal
mouey could secure. You're not
too late to have a policy issued by
Christinas if you consult with us
at once.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid, Manager.
..- *<* ,''* i* .'Si -Tl e*^   '"TS i*-** -^ .^_
jJ -.-:• •;'.'•' «Sr«» i '.* >vlvw9^l
.jg var «& tj^,'
Ay
Xmas Stock Has
Just A
rnvet
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
W. H. POTTRUFF. Prop.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
1
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a
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fa
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'fc
BE SURE YOU PAY A
VISIT TO THIS STOKE
Look at My Prices
Cups an 5 Saucers $1,25 per dozen
Fancy Glassware From 25c up
Pillows From $]. 75 per pair
Slippers, to clear.  From 95c np
Plates      From 75c per Jozen up
Pudding B:»sins  25c per set
Having purchased all Harmonicas in stock of
late Music Store I am cutting the prices on
the lot   25c up
Carving Sets  G5c per set
03
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. PARRY,  : McKenzie Avenue Jr
•sJ§'
-' .a'^'usi <vWw vi!' ■ V."* v*ut/\i$'v0'.j\v'uf §P '-ji> ''id V? '?
There would be lots less sie-kness during  cold  weather if  folks would    only
take ordinary     common-sense precau -
tions  against   it.   When you  hear there
is -mull-pox     around,  you don't lose
much time in getting youi' family vac-1
einatel.    bui  hits of you    do not use'
tlie same     good    sense in  preventing ,
colds, ih,. grippe, bronchitis, pueumon- ;
ia. typhoid fever, rheumatism and oth
er diseases, some oi them  very serious
3IG UHOEKIAaIkG
NEARING COMPilltOIJ
The expedition and business' management under  the'  administration  .if  the
,_.,.._. _ and dangerous, an I some of which near   present  government with regard to the
Handling Pianos a Specialty i, ,.v,.ry In(.Illbe, 0. vom. fl,mily ,, al. bllildingoi „„. Nntional Transcontin.
  J"0? '•"'^'""o BuHerlrom belore win-   emal    Rililway a,„ 1)Carin, f,uil,   tor
tcris over unless some medicine     is
Phone 42    -    Night Phone85  *"k,» 'o build-up the body and put It
in (leifec-t order before eoldweather sets   government will be able to hand   over
Vaccination prevents the growth of
germs of smnll-poxin ihe blood, and
puts the system into a proper healthy
condition  to resist small-pox.   Rexall
! Olive Oil Kmulsion is designed a-     un     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
' aid to prevent as well as relieve disease   I.auinT  administration  Without
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
Immigration Detention Hospital Building, Vancouver. B.C.," will I>«- received
at this office until 4 p.m. on Monday,
Deoember 29, 1913, for the erection ol
the above named building.
Plans, specifications and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at this Department, at the
office of W. Henderson, Esq., Resident
Architect, Victoria, B.C., and on application to Mr. A.J. Chisholm, care-
taken, Public Buildin,.', Vnne-ouver.B.O.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unle*
made on the printed forms supplied,
and sinned with their actual signatures
stating their occupations and plaoes
of residence. In the case of fiims, the
actual signature, the nature of the occupation and place of residence of each
member of the firm must be given.
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered bank
payable to the order of the Honourable
the Minister of TuMle Works, equal
to ten per cent. HO p.c.) of the amount of the tender, which will be for -
feited if the per=on tend^rini decline to
enter into a contract when e-alled upon
to do so. or fa.il tn oir'lcte the work
contracted for. If the tender be nol
acrept.^d the cheque will be returned.
The Department  floe    nol   !:nd itseB
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
YI. 0. DRSROCHER8,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa,  November  19,  1913.
Newspapers will not be pail for this
advertisement  if they insert it    without authority  from  the Department.
1st iss. Nov. 29, 2t.
E. 6. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,   Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
now comes the announcement thai the
government will be able to hand ovor .
the entire line to the Grand Trunk Pa-
ciflo early next year. This* will come J
us a pleasaut surprise' to all those' who
ha\" wished to sec thfl end ot a task
whii li was I ghtly entered vPun l'y l'ie
any
Come and look al our Triangle Bad
Irons   unai,inier,I (or ever.
PRICE   6 LB. IRON. $3.90
A.G.   DUCK
le'ntiiiialrs given free.
■m^k>       SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MIKING
EXTENSION OF TIME. REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
Notice is hereby gi\eu that the time j tier-a, the Yukon Territory, the
forthe reception of tenders for the con- North-west Territories and in a por-
struot,on of wharfs at Victoria Har -1 tion of the Province of BriUeh Col-
bour, B.C., is extended to Thursday, | umtiia, may be leased ior a term oS
.1 aiuiary Sth, 1914. $    wenty-jne yenrs nt an  annual  ren*-
By order, | al    of     (1 an acre.   Not    mora tha*
^,561 acres  wilJ   he leased  to one applicant.
Application .'or lease must be made
ny the applicant iu person to the
Agtnt or Sub-Agent of the dlstriot
n which tbe rights applied for are
situated.
The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may;
'is permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may  be eon-
R. C. DICSROCHERS,
Secretary.
DepaPtmenl  of l'uhiic Works, lt.
Ottawa,  December 9th,   1913.
QDBEN V1CTOIUA HOSPITAL
Tenders for Supplie*
surveyed territory the tract applied
for shall be staked out by the ap -
plicant  himself.
Each applicant  must be accompanied by a fee of $."> wbich will bs     re-
It  -etrengihens  ihe body    to overcome conception of the cost.   Hy  the energy
  ""' «ern»«d •"IPS  to put your sys- ,1Ild   workftud  determination  of      the
tem  Into the right cmditian  to  resist ., ,       ... .    „
-WORK   SHOP- diseass.   It contains tbs four Hypho- n"w »°vemnwnt t,K' r""n,,y h:lB l,oeu
Oonnauarht Av.   -   R.viatoke Phosphite, rsoommended b, phy.ieiani wv-sdmUUonsof doUar. by liavingreal     ^^ foi.   ,„,,„,„.„ I0I. thfi    nboveli,dewd DecCHSary lor t0. working „,
mBammtBaamasmss!!-—=====.   '" 'one the nerves „„d blood, in com- business     men   running the   National   , lo,pit;ll wil, ,,, r^,iy^ by tho UDdor-' the mine at the rate of    fio.00     an
blnation     will,     purest  olive Oil,   io Transcontinental  work. ' signod up to noon of the  29th Decern-Low.
MORTGAGE SALE nourish and s.i-engthen them. Tbe rails are now laid all the     way   ber, 1913, n3 follows: In surveyed territory the land murt
„  . . „      "      ,  .. \°" W,'°1   n,e   weak a,ld run-down, irom  Quebec, right  through toMonct-     x_Vw {      f        {e gr0(wrie!, 88  bs     described    by sections, or   legal
Under and by  virtue of   the powers  and you who apparently well now, but on,  the New Brunswick section having U(U tn |((i fumllhed b    tne    umier.  Sub-divlsion. of sections,  and in  un-
containedln    a certain    indenture     of are liable to "iiffer from various    cold been operated for some time by thc I. ^^^^^m^^^^^■™     •    -
mortgage     and a     conveyance of the  weather ailments. „B(. Rexali Olive Oil CR.   Thc section through Quebec will
equity of redemption by way of mort-  Bmulsion to get    nnd     keep  well  and be operated this winter by Mr. William
gage, which documents will be produc- strong.   Kor the tired-out, run-down, Daljr, representing the contracting firm
edat the  time of sale, there will     be  nervous, ema-iated or debilitated—the of M.P. & J.T. Davis.   A-a matter of
offered for sale by public  acutlon    by   com-al-sHm*-—growing    children—ogod fuct, only ten miles of ballasting    ro-
W.J. Law, Sheriff, at the Court House   people—it  isa sensible ni:l to renewed mains  lobe completed easl of Queliee
Revelstoke, B.C., on Tuesday the 3dth  strength, letter spirits, glowing health and this stretch will be done the com-  price quoted for eaoh grade. i royalty     shall    be paid on the mei--
dayof December, 1913, at the hour of     Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion-king    of ing spring, Tenders   will   be for one     year from'chant-  ils output of the mine at ths
Two o'clock in the afternoon, the fol-  the celebrated Rexall RsmodiSS   ll f0r     The many  bridge* which  were (o bfl   January 1st,  1914.   The Board of Dir-! rat« of five cents per ton.
lowing property: I freedom from Acltnsss of you and your built between the St. Lawrence and tho  ector--* do not bind  themselves to    ao- !    Tbe person operating the mine shall
Lots 9 and 10 in Block 39, Plan 649  family.   Pleasant-lasting,      containing New Brunswick line have all heen finish   <*ept the lowest or any tender. furnish the Agent with sworn returns
City of Revelstoke.B  ,C.   This proper- no alcohol or dangerous drugs, you'll ed nnd a better  built  road  all through     Forms of  lender  maybe  obtained on  accounting for the full quantity     ol
ty is     well situate al     the Corner    of  be as enthusiastic about it as we    arc would be difficult to find.   Of tho line , application to the undersigned.     Each I merchantable coal mined and pay the
Kootenay and George streets.   On the  when you have noted its strengthening from Quebec to Superior Junction   no   tender shall  be  s-aled and  marked — [royalty  thereon.   If  the  coal  mining
property in a  modern  one and  one-half  invigorating,  hulHing-up,     diense-pre- loss than eight    hundred   miles    have    "Tender for Hospital Supplies." rights are not being operated,     such
storey frame dwelling with full cement  venting effects.   If it does not help you been constructed by Mr. M.J.  O'Brien,. W. D.ARMSTRONG,    j returns should  be  furnished  at  least
basement. your money will be given back to you and his associates.   In fact they    are ^ lgt ;8S. DC(.>1:; M Secretary    once a year.
For terms «nd     particulars of sale,  Without   argument.   Sold  in thiH com- completing whal remains to be done on ' '      For full     information     application
nppln t0 raunily  on|y at OUT store-The Rexall the railway. | .hould be made to the Becretary    o*
W. I. BRIGGS, Store-one of more ihan 7,OOO leading      The    Conservative    government  has      £& W       0W Vf    **■*■     SM   the Department of ths Interior     Ot-
Solic.tor, Kirst  street. Revelstoke.B.C.   drug ^lores in the United States, Can bn-n en  powei over two yeai  ,    ll    has   J^.W9W**%.£*W?5fM   tawa. or to the Agent or Bub-Agent
Dated   this  28th  day  of   November,   ada and     Great   Britain    Bews'  Drug yel lo  be Bald  hv   its enemle    thai    il    •*■***•**••» MMML %MMM. m~-M   ^ Dominion Lands
I'M,I K(   ;u<   N'„,.   ->o l_        ai»™    n„,. I..-I. i    i     L     i ,   ,.     ,       , iThe   family   remedy   for   Coughs   and Coldn "imn-mm   usuua.
1st. iss. NOV. 29 lm    , Store, Revelstoke. lacks business men at its head. I "Shlloh costs so  little  tr.d docs  so muchl* W. W. OORT.
signed.
2.—For  supply of meats,  lish, eggs,
butter, cheese nnd fowl.
3.—For supply of bread.
If moiv than ,,ne grade of any urtide ' furrded If the right* applied for    are
is tendered  on there  shall   be aseparate' not available,   but  not  otherwise.   A PAGE TWELVE
THE   MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 19U
LOCAL and GENERAL
Mr, Chas. Hancock hue returned
fi   :., a trip to the coast.
Blr. CR. Vipond .of Nakusp, wa- iu
town yesterday, on his way back Irtm
a trip w  the coost.
1: y0u wish a nice plant in full bloom
foi you. table, call at Hobson's. A
isortment to choose from.
JOLLY DOINGS    VERNON FRUIT
r-
Mr, J. P. Forde, distiict engineer, re-
t uied ie, Revelstoke ou Wednesday af-
'  tei a business trip to ihe coast, where
i . das been tor about a week.
Work on  the  government  docks    on
the  Arrow  lakes is  progressing favor -
This  work includes new   docks at
"West Demars East  Arrow Park, Need-
lnd Reneta, all Boating docks.
Wi have everything good to eat give
us a trial for your Xmas necessities—
nuchas aPPles. navel orange-, .lap or-
e ges, grapes, bananas, honey, tig3,
, ales   etc., at Hobson's.
The  weather     in   the  south just      at
I Bent is ideal, dry balmy days and
i. i ,-ne.w, a condition of things whieh
is quite ui.usual ior this time oi the
yoar. Un Thm-day pansies in bloom
were noticed in the nei
Arrowhead.
IN  LOCAL SCHOOLS
Parents. Teachers, and Pupils
Meet
HIGH   SCHOOL.
The pleasant custom of entertaining
the Freshman class oi the high school
was honored this year by the Senior
uud Sophomore classes combined, in a
jolly Party. Mrs. Ralph Lawrence kind
ly lent her home lo the occasion, and
assisted by Miss Florence, of the Senior class, welcomed thc party as thoy
arrived. Everyone' had been told to
eome representing some culinary eflect
the whole to form a bakery coatest. A
considerable amount oi ingenuity was
displayed in some of the represent at -
ions.    Oard and pencils were employed
A   Ely   Output
raisraiHaisjsisMHisiaisiaiaiaiaiaisfaiaia
1 SALES and WANTS
Verne en i.s rounding out one of the
good years of her twenty years of incorporation.   Three  million  cans  were for SALE—A 24 foot Motor Launch
@ lOt. tine Miiiir.ii1 n 25c.   Cash in Advance l?l
1 I
used, $100,000 has been paid out for
boxes and eighteen hundred curlouds' oi
fruit shipped out. valued at overa million and a quarter dollars. Very hea-
vy express shipments have been made,
aud the Central Selling Agency of the
fruit growers have secured higher pric.
es for produce. Irrigated and non -
irrigated laud in the Okanagan valley
is increasing annually iu value and
-ome full bearing orchards are paying
30  per ceut   on  investment.   Gold med-
Seven H.P., Fairbanks engine, with
reverse. Will sell reasonable. Apply
to F.N. Roberts, Arrowhead, B.O.
WANTED—Smythe's Employment Of •
lice, men for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythe's Employment Of-
lice. First stroet, Revelstoke, B.O.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Childrens' Toy Books, hundreds to
choos*e   from.—Macdonald's drug   store.
You can save money by purchasing
your Xmas cukes and Santa Glaus
stockings at Hobson's. A great vari -
ety  to choose from.
Reception and evening gowns, Grossman & Go., ladies and men's tailors,
havo placed in stock some twenty-four
evening dresses, these models are the
original creations of famous French de-
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Mr. Patterson of Gentral school U'a-
\esthis afternoon lo spend the holidays at Galgary.
Mrs. Ai. E. Bennison returned on Friday's No. 3 from Old Leake, England,
after a visit of four months to friends
and relatives.
Miss  Edna  Corson      has suceoystully
als have been awarded B.C. fruit at
live points in England, and the Okanagan Valley display has been in the
for an hour or more deciphering sue'h re exhibits,
buses as muffin (mufl-lnn), a biscuit Second crop strawberries were pick-
(abyss-kit), etc. Finally, Mr. Patter - ed in December at Vernon and violets,
sun. ihe principal, was found i.> have carnations and pansies were blooming
the mo-t correct lisl of eatables, aiiel out of doors, as the weather has been
Mr. Parker, assistant  teacher, bad fail   sunny, without snow, or any zero wea-
ed to get together enough for a square
meal, so was given a consolation prize
Tli,- wh,,lc crowd then entered wholeheartedly into the good old-lashio:icd
games   such as cross questions,     etc.,
WANTED—Washing well and carefully
done at the Colored Hand Laundry,
McKenzie and Victoria Road, Fone
299,
WANTED — Nursing, apply to Mrs.
McDonald, Connaught ivenue, second door from Second street, between First and Second s'treets.
WANTED TO BUY—One Steam Boiler
50 to 60 h.p. One engine 25 h. p.—
State price and location. Address,
P.O. Box 70, Revelstoke, B.C.
ther.   The  publicity  campaign of    the
eity  lias lieen instrumental in  securing
settlers and a  large number of inquiries  from  abroad.
Sir    Eric Wwayne,   cx-governor     of  WANTED—Girl  for Ugh*,   bouse  work
WANTBD—Birch  and Fir Cord Wood.
Box 451, Revelstoke. t.f
signers and  therefore  feature the  most  passed her  norual preliminary examin
up-to-date  advanced  styles.   Call  and
Bee us for your  evening  dress. —Cresfe-
man and Company.
ation and is  home to  spend  the  vaca -
Uon with her mother on Second  St.
Economise — save     money on your
candies—see  Mclntyre's  advertisement.
Ladies    evening  drosses
fashions,  eight  only—balance to  clear
at $20 to $30.—Cressman and Co.
Do not delay ordering your mini*e
pies, mince meats, puff shells, etc.—
Hobson's aim is to   please.
Mrs. Robt.  Urquhart went to Rogers
Pass on  Friday's  noon  train  lo      at
tend the closing exercises  and  Christ -
.,     i   .    .   mas cnterlnibmeiil  of -Miss Gladys Ur-
the  latest1      , u
qtihart s school.
Dolls, Teddy  Hears,  Dags
Maodonald's drug store.
etc.,
at
Mr. and Mrs1. Jack Lee and Miss
Marjoi-ie.who went to England in September, returned last week, quite sat -
is fled to settle down again in Kevelstoke. Mr. Lee is at present working
at his old trade in Mr. Lewis Masson'a
store. They are living on Third stroet
west.
hborhood      of  until eleven o'clock when refreshments  British Hunduras, ownB 2500 acres and
The -Diamond Field- Advertiser,' I
Kimberley, South Africa, one of the
foremost daily paper-, in the Sub-con-
t.uent, contains in its issue' nf November luth, an article on the Canadian
JfiVest, whicli contain- some flattering
aces   to  Revelstoke.
The thriving little town ot Kaslo
has taken a new lease of life since the
completion of the standardization oi
tie.- old narrow grade road which taps
the mining regions round Sandon and
the Slocan district. This also provid-
rei rail communication between
Kaslo .md Nakusp,
Good progress is being made with
thenew governmenl wharf at \cgeiua,
cnthe Kootenay lakes. This wiU serve tl ■ farmers, ranchers and mine- ■■*.
the Duncan River and Outer lakes dis-
tricta, These construction work- are
moi than particularly interesting, be-
cam- oi the fae-t that the lock- lieing
oned are of a new type and
•   ;   an  innovotlon  in  British   t'ol
me  time  Ai gi : ta   .'..i    me  of the
i  liitl,' ■ amps in  tie Kootenays,
ai      ■  i I- i:i- there are now looking for
wai    to • return of good tini"- a'-td in-
-.':  trade.
fY COUNCIL
"initialled   from   Uage Uue.)
rise    o a  e'oant
I
o!
Hie' .),,!
Th' Chairman—Wait a bit, thei-e   is
i ,o on M     i lai   on.
arlson—Didn't you come to mj
Horobin   Are you thr..u_h
m    on -A >;'   oiii-i' il   .va      two
( . : I        i    :    was a   ,-hame.
end tfc.n  diel the other   ihing.    1    have
y  te, -support and I  work like    i
•g n is 'ha;
o ild      cry to    -te'ie   me.    I |>e-;
y trdon if I  have
. I   * ■■
to.:
Horobin   wa-e given
-  i
wer of the
ie , name had   een
ra*h r itronglj.
:. ■• 1 ihat Mi
I at was
a concernl
•
•, s  premise-.      He   ;
ront' ivert in d      I
t   b n th ■        ,
■on1     '    i rki
I   ■     *. •
Mr. i
were enjoyed. Remembering "sehool
tomorrowl' the party broke up in good
time, after hearty thanks to Mrs. Lawrence for he'i* generous entertainment.
It should be mentioned that the high
school turned out ln force, 2'i pupils
two teachers, and t'hree guests making
a total  of 28.
CENTRALSOHOOL
A cheerful holiday air bung over Central school iiii- afternoon as the annual Christmas festivities took place
in the various rooms. The pupils of
Mis- Pierce's and William-' class&s had
elected for a sleigh-ride party and soon
loads of merry children wv,- making
ii e-viilcnt that they were having a dandy time. Mr. Colpitis and Mr. Patterson's classes had enjoyed a similar de
monstration a few night previously, so
continued  their usual  work  on Friday
All the junior rooms held carulvul
witli Christmas trees and concerts.
'Ihere was a present and a bag of e-an-
dy on th" tree for every child and
many little gifts als,. from ilie little
ones to tbeir •■ ich - s, Mi-'s Stei fit .
Miss   Hyatt and  Miss Bruce.
In  Miss  Ke nn!,,  ■• i. onl  up i airs,
similar festival was  enjoyed  by  the pu-
her class     \  lai ge  Chi istmas
li ee, be i M fully  . mted,  was io.,.1
ed with  gift thii E
,111-'  r.'.e'e' .-,1 a Cl OX I  n I       :..
ban    ,-   ,  .   .ill  as   bag;*
n  * Tl
noon    was tab n    up
with a program which the children had
In  ..;.
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of
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Mi
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will  lak ■ up residence next year.
Apply  Mrs.
elstoke.
Laforme,  Bo>.   103,   Re
Shop Early
Shop Early
hristmes Rapidly Approaching
OM.V     1    DAYS   MOKi:
Now is the time to make yonr selections when
our large stock is at its best. When making or.*,
-.-our t'.iit List, don't overlook that our Store is
brim full of opportunities for economical Xmas
Shopping.
Here Are Some Suggestions for Men
Mufflers
House Coats
Bath Robes
Collar Boxes
Slippers
Ties
Handkerchiefs
Armlets
Suspenders
Gloves
Xmas Cakes decorated as you wish,
Plum Puddings, our own make, or The Sunday school of St. John's*
Christie's in cans or Wagstaffe's in church will bold its annual Christmas
bowls.   At Hobson's. entertainment   on  December 23rd,     at
18 o'eloek.   All     departments of     the
Old Moth.',-  Hubbard,  she went    to  schoo|  wi„ u. repro8emed iu tho   pro.
the cupboard, expecting to -quench her ^ ^    ^ )je  welcome
thirst; bill   when   she     gol there.       the   ^^  „MhQ& ooll,,.aoi,  taU„i at  the
eiipboird  was  hare: the ol<l  man    had '   | ..    ^   1  _.
been  there first.—Co  to  Cressman, the
Ladies' and Men's Tailor for your fall j A few only of the Selkirk BohOol stall
and winter overcoat and you'll not he Intend spending the Christmas vaca -
disappointed.    December  -ale  now    o*i   tion out of  the city.   Miss  EHbIo Hool
nits and overcoat.
$25 and $30.
815,  regular price
Everything  Done   Up in Fancy Boxes
Special   for
Cowboy ami Indian
l.    Sale   l'i    ■
Xmas
Suits  fnr   Hov
Week
**   ••* r
 90c
Hevelstoke Ciothin
Shop Early
Company
Shop Early
Th' Parisian  Dye  Works calls     and
delivers to every pari oi the   city.
I
Hobson will have cauliflowers, celery
tomatoes, *$reen onions, radishes, pars
le>y. lettuce and .-weet potatoes for
Xmas.
Gold Range Lodge, No. 26, Knights
of Pythias, will meet in future on the
1st and 3rd Wednesday evening, a ■ '■
any 5th Wednesday at h o'clock in Selkirk Hull. Visiting brothers cordially
invited.   A. li.  Kincaid, C.C. t.f.
Holly, Mistletoe and decoration* of
all kinds :it  I'.obsou's.
w, till have a few Meccano sets for
boys left, tin,' ni the best loys ever
made, al  Macdonald's drug store.
HEINZBS MINCE MEAT, the best
made. Send your jar, per poind 10c.
.ii  Mclntyre's.
Ladies' evening dresses, the most up
to date stock from coast to coast. —
Cn  -eei . .in ! Company.
ey left for Vancouver on Friday's No.
I to visit her parents for two weeks.
Miss Robertson went this morning to
b'ield. Mi-s Creelmau leaves on Monday morning to holiday at Spillamach-
i in - and Golden.
Another regrettable roaming acci
.1 in occurred yesterday afternoon this
lime on lhe Fourth street hill. Little
Prances Lawrence, who was ceiasting
down ou her sled, was run into by an
i tl. i -I.-;-_di ,iii I knocked down, sus -
taining injuries'to her head, wliicb
rendered her unconscious tor nearly
four hours. H.r collar bon. was found
io be brooeu also, ami she was taken
to ih- hospital late last evening to
have it  s.'t.
Al Mis- Tryphosa Parker's concert,
which takes place Monday evening
Dee. ■-".uli, several good voices, new
to Itevel-.toke concert-goers will be
heard, Among these are Miss 1... l'.mld
ing, mez/o-soprano, ani Mr. J. E.
Paulding,  baritone, both of     Oraigel
HO -tinging, is       their       In other.
A full list oi artists and items will be
found on page mue- of ilus i   ue,
Leave youi ordertffoi new laid eggs
ai 1 leeie.on'„ ei. expect tu have them
before >"U read tins notice.
b. Mis UilTiStfflflS     uQny     ufjlVICEj '    'i-n,an       Apply
ingle
A.
Mall Herald.
Room
ll. l'."
lt.
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all servioes
JO'lllel
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M.rr.
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Holy
Mi     Moth,
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WANTBD—Fireman wuh Fourth Class
Paper .   stat" ezperi u,   and  wages
-1      Apply    Hoi 451,    RevelBtoke. D.19 -'t.
i'in i-iina-  themes will be lhe subject
o;  discourse on  Sunday al  tho Me iho
dist .-Iiui*.-li.    11 a.m., "Thu Song ol the
r ;iu p.m.,   ' Th ■ story  ihat
tnin formed  th.- World."   The pastor.
Rev. Lashlej Hall,     will occupy     tin
puipn, and iie- e-iion leiile-i iippropriii
Dainty things  no* loo  expensive just te music.   Sunduy school mceit at 2:31
what you ire lookin   ...sola a l Mac- p.m., and the pastor conducts a younj
GALT COAL i- handled -. i isivi ly
in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd
WANTBU — Finnish si    House,
Paulding,  Mail-Herald.
F.
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arlson,   ■ v.*   Ily—1
■.a-- i ir. thi-   a
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n-it issue.
Y.M.C.A. NOTES
Tomorrow aftei so 1.15, a     the
Association 1      Hi
•r r. i e- .■. in be i nderod,   rhe ..
will con i * of lhe I
Tenor   ..lo. Mr. Haddon.
tn. orchestra-. Ba . \l
Bowden  Male quai' ■''-■,  M'- ii    '
GitTor I, Sam on and Thou,
"Ciir;  'ina    Me    a fB"      I lo net ilo,
Mr    R,  Sawyer;  Hymn     "II ,    .
Herald An-."1    Sing",    "Joy to     lh
W-nld  the Lord  i-< Come,"  "A     Witl
•nia-lne"1-* M(,n ol Did".     "Soldi r
Christ  Arise."
All men vl ome. Bright lining
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li.en   lia
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md    •    ■■ ir work  of
t h ela
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hool I hi
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hi    in ,n
-
in  spite of d n
i always    la
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II      nd  MiB         Hool   . I i     -i
•    hi 'Id-,
- ii     ..    m> ■ ■ Ifnal ■
■  ,                 . special!. .f mm
'■n    lit ii..   Lol    ■ I.i.  did ..
• lei foui   iiioiiihs     ngo, read dlrtl lull
■entenoe   with eaife nnd expression  Thc
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• liriln       ChOOl '
I
FUR SALE—A Team ol Horses weigh
mg U'uO lbs. each; also farmer's wagon, sleigh and harness. Apply io
W. Parry, the McKenzie avenue auctioneer.
FOK SALE CHEAP—A small Coul
Heater, in good coodiuon. Apply
Ma.i Herald Office.
i- i.m bed Rooms, with use
of <;* I i      Apply Sj,   4th
est. 0.13 it.
"a  lh      1st     oi,
iber,     po!    \. li" F'-o,     will
la ef     I'l.'lle OUS 111
il 'i '   e.f   Second '
. ie,      l'lione
rhe tea refoi   '■. leach ths
li.l~2m
lop.-
i.  him I.mii
dl tribut-
I ii    Doe   i.»! pin. b
.inel ll   I ht,    I I        llllll
mfoi • ei.i .     worn by
I" | N   I.'   10 {16.
ORAI B   \IUIOTT,
I 0   i-tior,
P   (i
doutld' - drug siore
Why  try to decorute youi  coke, see
a sample- of om   workmanship in our
window, then y.,ii will decide what to
.i.e.   Hobson's.
Annexation Canadian Home Invest
meni Contracts wanted. R. K. Park,
Carter-Cotton Building, Vancouver,
B. C,
Xma- groceries and caudics, fresh,
new stock ol the best on lhe niarko*..
otlere 1 ai  Mclntyre's.
Try Hobson's for youi iresh fruits
and vegetables, ev ery I hing will be the
bc^t we enn procure for Xmm.
We don't   cure whether   you  buy      oi
not. Coin,'iu anyway and see tin-.lisplay oi Xmas goe.d at Maodonald's
drug store.
men's   class.    Come and   prepare      ioi
Christmas by spending Sunday wub us
botr. morning and evening.   On  Mon -
day nighl  llie Melhodist  .Sundae,   -. hool
Christmas Tree Kntertainmenl takes
place, with Sanla Clans to the front
Tins is a iim.' hugely enjoyed equally
I y grown ups and young folks. The
church is sure to bo crowded, so be
early for a «nt. Beginning at s sharp
ST. JOHN'S
LADIES'   AID   BAZAAR
'Iiiofj».ut in the    >»    J*
Mailm Post-Box
Probably the most successful basaai
yet held by Si. John'-. Ladies' Aid,
wu- the one last Wednesday afternoon
The quarter* being somewhat limitod
for  -pace.    The  ladies  had   made      up
ioi quantity by quality, and converted
oins into  bowers of   lienlliy    Wltb
the
burning and decorations Ol evergreen,
lhe vvoik of the VI". Society. A splendid fancy work display occupied the
front windows and was successfully di-
pose I ol by Mrs. Creeche and Mrs. Dr.
McLean, netting well over Slllll. A
handkerchief unl dolly mble iii charge
of Mrs. Laing as usual and assisted by
Mrs. Moth, was soon sold out- Hoin.
cooking sold ea-ily by Mrs. Hobt. Ur-
ipihari   and  Mrs.  Angus M'Lean.    Tin
H   I in-, vi RR PROGRAMME
'in     at 2:30 p m
■     Me-,      llllde.    I.,1. I    One,       ll
a i   M  ii andn
i   Mell and .
*     ' ll  '     Mu li      \'ln
About    <e Hal ly   n Imont an I
the Old Mn *
Moii-Iii, ,- up     .    |,   purl
liter I ai nli \    ,        iwh vorfc   two, lm      , • .    The Poi
ip -•lit   of   .liinn.
\   i,   sohi oi   'oeei-d '■ i ii lay   Paul
• ■ii F'i '      , oon
given .. *
,n i hi ei
nndv.
r ul*
I
end \ nun, pnrt
one I .i li ie ' viiifi-in. part two. Hal
tin of Hull  ' on, Tho BurrMtdtTj ITnlver-
,n' ffeekly
Revel itoke, ll.C, Deo, 80th, 1918.
To  lhe  Ratepayer!   of  Ward Three—
We wi b io inf..iin ihe     ratepayers
uul citizens of Ward Thiol'  lhat  vve- in
'i ii I io-'art an  up-to-date  -team  laun-
Irj   n  ihe old Carlson building.     Mr.
.1.  Sibbald.   Jr.,  wan  Hl the     council
llo«   .)."•.'.   i tin,' of   Friday     night,   and    Stated Oirls Auxiliary assisted with tlle mo i.
'   ibai  bn wa    representing ratepayers ol delectable home  made candies,    which
Ward Three, who objeotodto ua doing realised a neat sum.   Miss Ruth Brown
business on above premise!. and Miss Marjorie Young presided   at
\\.   wish i"   tate iimi a steam laun- this, while Mi^s Orowe and Miss   Ina
dry i    anitaryand noi ele i, and   will Hrown pleased    the children with     a
employ i   lea '   twelve employees,   all Ash   pond.
white,   I     iiii. dd. dr.. ulso    Htate-' Tea and cake were served   nil aftor*
•   i    woulel     |owei Ihe values    of noon by a committee composed oi Mr-.
properly In lhal vicinity.   Well this is Smith Urquhart,   Mrs. Morril,     Mrs.
ould  I.- ,,i* more  ■ iluo Kor-^ett, Mrs. Frey, Mr-.  W. M. Lnw-
•o ihe   i. te   i   thai   in   empty  -table, icne-e, Mr-. Lyons and Mrs. Haug.Mrs
Steam i   ii i  I,.  i I,, i he be-1 McQuarrio president of the society and
<■ vl.'iitial  parts ol   most Mi      Blevenson were also actively era-
Cities, ployed.    Hefore !l p.m.   everything    was
W" nre, etc. k"ld eml   and the  ladip« arc well  satis -
Re>u.i ■          i.-au.  i..,inid!.v   Co fled with  their profit of aliout 1816.

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