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Vol. 19   Mo 98
REVELSTOKE, B. C. DECEMBER K), I9KJ
$2.50 Per Year
MR. W. W. HSTER
IS ISLAhV' CHOICE
Conservative Candidate Kouts Opponents in F iercely Contested Triangular Content.—Splendid Vindication of
Government's Policy.   Sir Richard McBride Expresses
Conviction   That  Result of Bye-Election  is of Great
Significance.
Foster. Hamilton. Maude the victory oi their candidate.     When
Qange    Harbor ... .">C          36           0 lho result was iicyond question,     Mr.
N.   Bait   Spring  ... i">            1(1             1 Foster addressed his supporters brietly
N.  Oabriola    Hi            Ll             ' cud  chankod  them forthe  work  they
S.   Oabriola     21              1             3 had done on  his  lichali.  They  bud  put
Oaliano   -'-            8            I up a clean Bght, he -aieI, and the result
Retreat  Cove    H           0           0 had demonstrated conclusively that the
Thetis   *2o            5           1 rumors of serious  differences    in    tho
N.    i*. ud"t*   30          20           b ranks ol the Conservative party in Si,t
*S.    Pendor     ii            2           U ney had lieen unfounded and idle. "Tu-
Mayue   31           13           2 day.-' he added, "we have turned over
ti.   S lit   Spring  ... 2:1            31             1 a new  leaf in  the  political  history    of
llii'l    Cove    Ji,             'J             I ihe riding, and it  will be my endeavor
Sidn .y  106         113           5 to serve every  resident in ihis constlt-
           ueiicy,  regardless ,,f his politioal creed
Tot il   467          265           24 to the  best of  my  aliility,''
Majority iui  Mr.  Poster oeor     Mr. new MEMBER COMPLIMENTED
Hamilton, J02.
  Sir Richard  Mcllride, upon     hearing
Thi    ibove tahle graphically     shows tlu; ;'esul1 m Violo.ria* al ""^
how Mr. W.W.  Foster, Deputy Minis- ed hi. congratulations to Mr.   Foster,
..,,.,.„           ,                         , and when  the message was read lo tue
icr .1-   l'uhiic  Works   lor the  past   throe ,                      ,6
i „,                 .            .       . assemhled voters' ihey cheered  tuniuU-
year,,  wua clecteil      membei*      of      tho
..,.■..        ,i      ■ ,,       i   ,, i uoitsly.   The message read.   "Splemiil
Logi-1 itwc Assembly ot Uriiisli Colum *          .    .
;    ,-      ,i     i  r      i                                  ,, victory.    Accept my  heartiest coiiL'rulu
luut.er the Nlands constituency,     Mr. .                 l
.,    ,        , .                               . lations on   Ihe   success of   your      great
hu-f..   who  was the  regular nominee ,                .
,,,....         .                                  , ti^ht.    It is' the tirst  by-election    since
of     the Conservative party,  ouiaiued ***■                                   '
407 votes'as against 265polled for Mr. lha »Mt -'"u",al elecllon ^ ,he l'lect-
Hamilton,  the  Lioeral  nominee.  Cap- U,B of tlie lsluads *'°1«titl"-""'y     ha^
.„..       Cl,.    .                  I,           1,       .    I 'ei\e-na     SpleUllill     piO.ef     t ll ll t     tllC'V           I'U-
tain Eustace Maud..1, wh ran as  an in ,                                        .
,              ...                          i.i.,, dorse  the  policies  ot    the    I'rovincn.l
oepenuent  Conservative,  obtained     21 '
tio'iernment. '
votes ,
„.,,          ,,         ,              ,■    ,       , Mr.    J. Harvey, oi Knapp Island, re
Th-    :-tnar,.ablc    interesl    displayeil .
..                              • , itirued tlianK.s for the committee,   anil
throughout  the brief campaign was re-
„    ,-j        .,         ,,      .,             ,            . said thai any assistance given had horn
lie. ted  :n  the poll,    the  number     of ,               , .     ■
,   ,,  . i I\   rendered, and he was glad    per-
vo             asiing     ballots    representing *                                                      .
.1..  er.  . „,      .     t  .i.    «.  .  i      i -oii-ally io have taken part jn the hgbi.
nearly  SO percent ot  ihe total   elec-
t -         ol the district.     It   was    the THU   PREMIER INTERVIEWED,
heaviest vote ever recorded in the   Is- Su. Richard McBride intecviewed last
1..,-      -onstitutney, either at a bye-el- flVenlng# taUi     - The result   of   the
ecuon or at a general election. u&nU |)y.el„ctioll do,s not ooma M  ■,
Ti.- issue ol the campaign was some- Vi,,.y irreat gurpri8ej inasmuch as 1 felt
what be louded owing to the fuct that sUre> from w|ull £ lmil hea,.d ,rom re-
there w - B ,hml candidate in the liat)lo B0Urces und „,,„, wportg gWta
id this condition of things was medul.mg my hrie, vl8lt l0 lhe ridingi
aggravated by the fact that iu Sid- that the government was ln good tavor
ney, which centre controls about two and Mr. Foster's candidacy heartily re-
fifth- ofthe total vote, there existed (vnod t,verywh„lx..
a number of local differences which ..A ,„.,,a, dea, ()f interegt mugt at.
thi. ..-..,,„i t0 further complilnte the is- t;l,.hi nowcver> lo whut ha8 taken place
•■*u' by the Liberals and   the issues     ihat
I*:.        -   day proved excellent   from hecause of the very strong tight made
the weather point of view, and this no w„„. agai„ featured by them.
doubt.contributed to the excessive poll ..^ lhe tot  plaM Uu, g0rtrnmenfs
roc, rded, More than 00 per cent of   the l)olioy v,ith r„ ..„.,, 1() ,,„, Cr0Wn lliads
electors had visited one or othor ofthe ,„ lh„  i.,.0viuce, so ably deBned     and
widely pcatteied polling booths l»fore w„„ def„nded by Hon. Mr. Rosa,   has
on.      do '■; and it was  very early   an- ,,„,,. M10,.,. m,.fc witl. pi),M,lar approval,
nounced that Mr. Foster had won the ,„ thl. ,,lst 1Wll ,,,.,„.,,,, ,.lcctionB   the
seat,  although, of course, it was neces- 1)rinii|)a.  aU&A upon    ,he ,„lminisira
riary   to   .v,it until   bolwe n eight    a.id Uo„   WM agadng,   Us ,and  poli,.y.    The
nine o'clock-in order to secure the com- |H.o|)|„ 0, lhe province ulmost unanl-
plete !• suits. uiously endorsed  the government's nc-
A spectacular element was   given to lions, and today adds but another evi-
the polling by the continual arrival at denoe  of  lnt.  general  accord  that  has
Sidn.y  ,,; motor cars from    Victoria. t)een so emphatically expressed.
Th -e were utilised in order   to bring ..Thei.,, has never been any desire on
to Sidney a number of electors f ho had our part to withhol,| from the public
Shifted their residence  to  lhc * capital. UQy of  thc haturea  of our  admiuistra-
Mr.  W.H. Price,  the Conservative    or- Uvfl  vk.Ql.k< and  full ,.xpiunalions  hnve
ganiter,   ml his staff    of workers, did ,,Uvnys ,,„,„ u,lven (), oul. proposals. In
excellent work in bringing theso vot.rs delail> evc,.y section of the govei.nment
to th' i",li>*                                            ' land business has been laid bare to the
Ample provision was made for    the public and specific statements submit-
recording of votes throughout the dm ted respecting  the  general  government
Btttueni y.   There  were   thirteen  polling reserves, reserves for  settlers   and home
statijn- established.    The poll closed (.tenders only, and lands purchasable as
throughout the riding at 7 p.m.,   and w,.||.   Results obtained have   been set
fifteen minutes later the results   came oUt at length, and the province has nc-
from Deep Cove, and from then on till cepted our  stewardship  wiih  every en-
9:30 p.m. they continued to pour Into dorsement,
Sidney.    Returns  were  received at  the 1Ml>RACTIC.u, SUGOBSTlON8
CentrTil Conservative Rooms and were
posted   on the  bulletin   boaid so   that ''Against   this  there have    been   the
the throng might see the verdict.   The rather academic and certainly imprac-
Sidney  Review cot out  several special ileal suggestions ot oui  opponents, as-
editions as  thc returns came in from soclated with  most plausible  and attr-
the various polling stations. active promises. The people have   pre-
Mr.   Fosters'  supporters  gathered  at ferred the b'0l'nd' to""""1!1"  work ol
the     looms of the central committee lh"   administration rather    than    the
anil applauded the   bulletins recording somewhat crude and certainly ill-digested plans of the other party.
U gj £§ g (■; if [aj !■) [stl K jH| i) H H ll *'Thc financial policy of  the govern-
sc                                                               [§ ment  has aKo  heen on   trial, and  here
ID                    MANNING'S.                   JS another decisive s> ore has    been mado
gj           Wholesale             Retail           g The fiscal nflnirs  ot the country    were
i«                                                      H nevermanaged with greater care   and
(D       The nowsest  thing  ln    Rm-    8 the     finam-.lnl    standing    was     never
(f|     hroiileri-d   Leather    Goods, just    \m] stronger.   The  readiness  with      which,
fil    arrived   for     the    Christmus    H even in  ihis season of money siringen-
|h|    Trade.   Gifts  for all  at  prices    H i-y a ehorl term loan was sscuced in Lon
(fl    suited      to  every  purse.   You    B don n few days ago is conclusive proof
l«      ne cordially invited to come    ■ of this statement.   Tho people   of   the
!■     and  Inspect   ihese dainty nov-    -m. Islands refused to believe that     there
■     .-Itit's al                                          [■] was reckless management ln the   Pro-
p|                                                        m\ •. imial treasury and thai    our   credit
fsf]                     MANNING'S.                     if had been  at nil  impaired,  preferring to
P                                                                   I conclude,    as   they   have    every     good
afH(ll!i I1IHIIIII1 |righl  lo do, thai  the finances of Brit -
RtVELSTOKE AND ARROW
LAKES POULTRY ASS'N
First,Show a Great Success.--Splendid Exhibition of Fancy and Utility Breeds. Many
Competing Pens from the Coast.—Complete List of Awards.
One of the largesl  aul best poultry   md 2nd, pullel   1st and 2nd and 8rd,
show, held in  Revelslo'te iame  lo    au  pen 2nd,
R.I. Red ,  Rose Comb:—
V . Some--. Revel tee       Cock 1 it, hei.
end on Friday, Di"-. 5th, when the Urst
-how held under the new Assoclotlon,
the Revel tolte and Arrow Lake-' Association     was     held    locally  ai     the
Ist, .In I and
2nd, • e n  l-t.
,1. Coo'.. Chilliwa i.   * lo kerel
2nd, pullet
1st.
Drill Hall fm* three days, the weather   pallet   Ist.
being mild and fine so that exhibitors
w.'ii-   not   afraid ot  getting   theil   birds
frozen before the     Provinoial   poultry
Ishow     held at Grand Porks.   A large
number- of exhibits     came Irom      the
Whit • Oi I'iii.-iern-'.—
W. A. p. ote, Revelstoke—Hen 1st.
cockerel 1st and 2nd, pullet 2nd, pen
Nt  and Jnd.
B. F. Gaymon, Revelstoke—Cockerel
3rd, pullet   Kt  an,j 3,-d.
Mr.   YV.  W.   FOSTER.  M.P.P.
i-h Columbia are on a sound f.iotin .
"Last, thi,t by no means least, there
was a great deal of criticism indulged
in regarding thc govmn.nent's railway
policy. '1 h • i mim nt i.inl rrti ok to
say that never before In tin; history ot
the country has thore icn an Instanuo
where such an important .and volumiu
i,us r-a.ihvay programme had been ai-
e.illi'l   With SO   IllUe-ll   L'OOll   effect     and
splendid result.
SIGNIFICANCE UF  VBRDICT.
"The Islands contituency has un-
ipiestionably declared o.. .: -..a its
allegiance to all of these propo.-als. On
the whole.it ought to be admitted ev
in by our- 1;i nest critics, that tin'verdict rendered today leaves no room in
the mind oi any person to doubt the
government's continued strong support
throughout the entire province. Tbe
election could have been bad in a much
shorter time than that fixed by the
proclamation, but it was felt by the
Cabinet that, on ao ount oi ihe almost
superhuman efforts put forth from the
first by the Liberal leaders to bring
about a contest, it would lie well to extend the campaign over a considerabla
period. This permitted of a great many
meetings Tind almost endless debate.
The tight was noted, too, for the large
and representative attendances which
graced the different me 'tings- At most
of the public gatherings the prominent
mm of both Liberal and Conservative
sides were present.
"lt is scarcely in place for me to
point out to my political enemies what
seems to be so obvious at this time,
namely, that the time has come when
there must be among themselves some
new order of things if any appreciable
advam* i- expected. Would it not be
Well for our principal Liberal critics to
carefully consider the advisability of in
dulging in fairer criticism and would
it not l>e equally in order for the Liberal press to moro scrupulously handle
lhat  portion of iheir party's work?
TRIBUTK TU NBW MEMBER,
** lu thc return of Mr. Foster, a
worthy successor has been found to fill
lIn- seat so lately \u;uted by Mr. Justice McPhillips. The new member is
well and favOrablj known throughout
the country He possesses a striking
personality and an alabifily that easily brings him close to bis constituents
In his work in the bouse he will be
enabled to biin-r to bear onthe affairs
of his constituency the valuable experience that he had gained in connection
with the I'ublic Works department and
which already has given him a familiarity with every part of his riding—an
advantage thnl will be ot priceless value in connection with general Provincial matters as well, lt was [.leasing to
all of Mr. Foster's friends to note tlnu
out the campaign, not only his fairness
and readiness'in debate, but bis ability
too, a*  a finished platform speaker.
"The government is deeply appreciative of the confidence shown by the
l-latids con-litueney, and can certainly
take it that another command has gone
up from the electorate to continue   in
the  pursuit  of its  policies  with    more
energy than every.
"The Legislature will assemble in a
fi w  weeks, and  there is in course     of
preparation u mo3t businesslike Tin 1
I rogressive programme. We „re at a
time in our history wh n Lt is necessary
' that we Mendel press forward the busi-
ree.s- if the country with firm determination.''
COLONIST COMMENT.
Commenting upon the result, the Colonist says:
The most significant feature- of the
result is the striking way in which the
electors of tie. Islands have given their
approval of the Government's programme ami its past policy. We say
this because both the Liberal pany and
the Liberal press of the province have
conducted a campaign which, as an example- 0f destructive criticism, has
rarely been cpinled in Uritish Colum
bia. The whole tenor of the criticism
directed -i_.iinst the election of the Con
servative Candida *as what purported to be a telling onslaught on the policies for whi'h Sir Richard McBride
and his ca!iin>'t are responsible. The
Premier and Mr. W.J. Bowser, as well
as oth.r members oi tlie government,
were singled out for abuse. Practically
every activity of the provincial administration was'called into question and
described ns something that waa hastening British Columbia to the verge ot
blue ruin. In contrast to the present
government Mr. H. 0. Brewster, the
leader of lhe opposition—which, by the
way, isa courtesy title, for.il ha- no
representative in the Legislature— de-
scribed the- policy of his party as one
of lofty ideaK a> oppo-ed to men who
truckled to speculators and gambled
with the resources of the province.
This, in effect, was the attitude taken
by the Liberal leader, by Mi*. John
Oliver-, by Mr. M.A,. Macdonald, and
others who loured through the ioD-
siiinency supporting the candidacy oi
Mr. Hamilton. They attempted, as
well, to question the bona fides oi Mr.
Foster because he did not reside in the
l-lands. A claim for- support ol their
cause on this ground it is ipiite unneces
Miry to repudiate, liecnuse such a claim
means the employment of luetics which
are reprehensible In the extreme. All
we onn say in this respect is that we
are astonished that this "plank" in the
Liberal campalgu -hould have received
lhe support of some disgruntled politi-
■ al heelers, who have learned a lesson
thot WC hope they  will not soon lorget
As far as th.' attacks made on the
government's policy arc concerned il
is only rigiht that something should bo
said. During the campaign they were
answered in detail, though the charges
made were of the vaeuest character.
They have obtained their completost
answer by yesterday's result which was
as omphalic an endorsement of tho
course pursued by Sir Richard McBride
as ho himself, or his most ardent sup-
I often, could have wished. The verdict,
prove**conclusively that the people of
British Columbia are thoroughly satis
ficd with lhe measures tanen by the
provincial Legislature for their advancement, It shows that tho vapor-
ingrfof the Liberal press and the pretensions of the Lihei al party are not
taken seiiou-ly, for the simple reason
that every menBure calculated to add to
coast, namely,  J.L.  ritark, partridge Buff Orpingtons:-
Wyandottes,  W.   Allan,  Chilliwack;   S. Hujh   Smythe,   Revelslo'ie—Coc'-terel
0. Rhode Island Reds; T.   E. Caskey, :;,,i. pullet  ls: and Srd, pen 2nd.
Chilliwack,  S.C.  Brown Leghorns;  W. c. W.  Robbins, Chilliwack—Cockerel
R. ration, Chilliwack,   Burred Rooks; ]8t and 2nd, pullet 2nd, pen 1st.
Bearscroft   1-Sios.,   Kamloops',   pigeons; Mi-,  sibbald,  .;,    istoke—pen 3rd.
.lames Cook,  Chilliwack.  R.   I.  IK-d-i- White Leghorns, Single Comb.—
R.C; C.W. Bobbins, Chilliwack,     Bud hj. \. (jir, Chilliwack—Cock  1st, 2nd
Orpingtons;    L.  Armstrong,     Arrow- -,n i .ir.i. hen 1st, 2nd and 3rd, -o-ker-
bead, Anconas; E. A. Orr, Chilliwack, ,.1   1st, 2nd and 3rd,  pullet  let,     2nd
S.C. White Leghorns; H.E. Waby, Eu- and »l«d, pen 1st.
derby, Han*."! Rocks. Brown Leghorns, Single Comb:—
The exhibits entered by these gentle- j. R. Ballard,  K ■..•istoke—Cock 1st,
men held     their own in   the  respective bn 1st, 2nd and 3rd, cockerel 1st and
classes,   A  number of exhibits shown -.'nd,  pullet  2nd and 3rd, pen     1st and
at  Revelstoke will compete at    (iran.l 2nd.
Forks and  Kevclstok.' fanoiers will   be T.K.  Caskey,  ("uilliwack—Pullet 1st.
therewith both feet after the showing Black Minorca*, Single Comb:—
they   made at  their  show.   J. R.  Bul- F. Lundell, R velstoke—Cockerel 1-'...
lard as show superintendent had things pullet 1st.
down pat ably assisted b.v J.J. Devine Black Minorcas, Rose Comb—
and Mr. I'alton of Chilliwack; also Sec J. Mathie. Revelstoke—Cock l-t. her.
retary Smythe and the officers, J. Ma- 1st,  2nd and 3rd, cockerel  1st, 2nd &
thie, F. Fleetham.  H. Seigfried,     and 8rd, pullet. 1st. ;*nd Tind     :ird, pen 1st,
members of  the  association.   N.ei*  ior- cn-l 2nd.
getting K.n. Cale from Vancouver,as .*sih,-r  Campines:—
judge who gave the best of satisfaction J.   Ha>-k,   Revelsloke—Co-kerel    1st,
Prizewinners   at     Revelstoke    and pullet  1st   2nd and 3rd, pen  1st.
Arrow Lakes Poultry show. R,,(1 Cnm-~ —
Barred Plymouth Rocks:- L* D,l[,om' Revelstok.-C'ock 1st, he„
l-t, 2nd and 3rd, cockerel 1st, pullet
2nd and   Ird, pen 1st.
But!   Leghorns, Rose Comb —
F. W. Lain.;. Revelatoke—Cock
hen l-t, 2nd an I 3rd,   'ockerel l-t
and 3rd, pullet  1st, 2nd and Srd,
1st and 2nd.
1st,
2nd'
pen
tt. E. Waby, Enderby—Cock 3rd,
lion 1st, cockerel lsi, pullel lsi and
2nd, Pen 1st.
Win. R.H. Patton, Chilliwack—Cock
Ist,  hen 2nd,
J. Shaw, Revelstoke—Cock 1st, cock
erel 3rd, peu 2nd.
Roy  Smythe,  Revelstoke -Hen 3rd,   Bllff thorns, Single Comb—
cockerel 2nd, pullet 3«1, pen 3rd. , J*  Waters'  R^ elstoke-Co kerel  1st,
White Plymouth Rocks:- !,en Ul- 2"r] ftnd ■■•■'** Pen I**-
Roy    Smythe, Revolstoke-Cock 1st,   1,';t I,'""n B:°™ »?•?<
hen  l-t, 2nd and 3rd, cockerel 1st, pul
let  1st and 2nd,pen 1st.
S.    Needham,  Revelstok«—Cock 2nd
end 3rd, cockerel 2nd and 3rd,    pullet
3rd, pen 2nd.
Buff Roe.'ks;—
Roy  Smythe,   Revelstoke—Co-k  2nd,
hen 1st and 2nd and 3rd, cockerel 1st.
pullet 1st, 2nd anl 3rd, peu 1st     and t"'.''~'''  '
2nd.
Wm.R.H. Patton, Chilliwack— Coci
Ist.
F. W. Lain
2nd and 3rd.
Partridge Rocks:—
Roy  Smythe,  RevslstokeCook     1st,
hen ls't, 2nd and 3rd, .ockerel 1st and
2nd,  pullel  Ut, 2nd  Tind 3rd, pens 1st
and 2nd.
Silver Penciled Rocks:—
F.  Somes,  Revelstoke—Cook  1st, hen
1st  2nd and 3rd, pen 1st.
Silver  Laced  Wyandottes:—
C.Young,  Revelstoke—Cock 1st.
Francis Bourne, Revelstoki'— Cock
2n I, ben Isl and 2nd, cockerel 1st and
2nd,  pullet  1st and  2nd.
F.  Fleetham,  Revelstoki—Cock 3rd,
hen   Inl, cockerel 3rd, pullet 2nd    an I
Brd.
White Wyandottes -
Mr. Wilkinson, Chilliwack—Cock 1st,
hen  1st, cockerel  1st.
J.  Shaw, Revelstoke—Cock 2nd, ben
B. Some--, Revelstoke—1st.
Red Games —
T.E.L.  Taylor.  Revelstoke—Cock 2nd
cockerel   2nd, pullet   1st, pm   2nd    ami
3rd.
Bronze Turkeys-
Mrs.   Sibbald,   ReveUtoke—1st   Tom,
Ist Hen.
1st Gander.  i,t (loose.
Mallard   Ducks:—
L.   Dupont,   Revelstoke—1st  Drake.
Revelstoko-Cockerel   PeU" D,"ks:-
J. R. Ballard, Revelstoke—Drake l-t
Duck   l-t  an.l  2nd.
Pigeons:—
B"st Display, W. Morris, R-velstoke.
Benreroft   Bios,   Kamloop-.  2n I.
L.  Dupont, Revelstoke,  3rd.
SPECIAL PRIZE  LIST.
The following trophies are the property of the Revelstoke and Arrowlakes
Poultry Association.
Silver Cup donated by the Arrow-
lakes l'oultry Association for the lur-
ges't and best display to be won right
out.    Won by Roy Smythe,  Rovelstoke
Cup donated hy A. McRae for the
best co.k, hen. cockerel and pullet.—
Barred Rock, won hy H.E. Waby, of
Enderby.
Cup donated by lhe Lawrence Hardware Co.. forthe best cock, hen, cockerel and pullel. Leghorn class ■„„
2nd, cockerel  2nd  and 3rd, pullet 1st ,   byR ,   0n.   ^.J^ '      W,>"
2nd and 3rd   pen lstand2nd. ^__^_______	
F.  Fleetham,  RevelBtoke—Co.k    3rd,
hen 3rd.
Partridge  Wyandottes:—
J.    L.  Stark,  ChilHwack-Cock 1st,
hen 1st, cockerel 1st, pullet 1st.
C. Young, Revelstoke—Cock 2nd, hen H
2nd .ind 3rd. cockerel 2nd, pullet 2nd, g
pen  1st. d,
L. Dupont. Revelstoke—Cock 3rd. g!
Black  Wyandottes:— gj
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Dolls! Dolls ! ! Dolls ! ! !
We have still a few left which
we are selling nt cost prii'e.—
Must be cleared to make room
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E. A. Orr, Chilliwack—Cook 1st, hen  +
1st, cockerel  1st,  pullet 1st, 2nd   and  gj for  other  goods,   Come
:''*d.                                                            ,S t?et  these bargains while they    gf
R. 1. Reds, sinele Comb:—                     gl last.                                                g
V.  Fleethnm, Revelstoke— Cock  1st, gl ;„
h'-n   1st, 2nd   and 3rd,     Cockerel   Srd, g- GET IT AT                    g
pen 1st.                                                      ■ "THE  SDGAR  BOWL"        ■.
L.   Dupont,  Revelstoke-Cock  2nd.      g mb
Mr. Wallan. Ohilliwaek -Cockerellst  BBBBBBBBEliglglillliS FAGH TWO
THE   MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 191J
F
£e\9s Drug & gook J'tore
Open nights Dec.  4,  6, 8, io, 12, 13, 16.
Kvery night after Dec.   16 to Xmas Eve'
SPECIAL   THIS   WEEK
Sepia Views of Miller and Bvs Lakes Each—75c
Framed Pictures of above Kach $1.25
Rocky Mountain Calendars Kach- 50c
Photographic Enlargements of Mount  Robson and
vicinity Bach-$2.00
Many fine local views In beautiful Sepia effects.
^
Xmas Card Stock larger and
XMAS     CARDS,     LABELS,
fin r than ever.
and
Tasty Calendars III    each,  3
foi     c,
ALL SORTS OF XMAS
TRIM MINOS
NEW   BOOKS
" gold •'  Stewart Bdward Whyte
'' The Woman Thou Gavest Me " I tall Oaine
" The Inside of the Cup'' Winston Churchill
"The Way Home " By Author Inner Shrine
" The Story of W.utstill Baxter" Kate Dsuglas Wiggin
"Thi  Iron Trail "  Rex Beach
* * The Broken Halo " Florence Barclay
" The Ooryston Family" Mrs. Humphrey Ward
' * The Shaganapp " Misa v- Pauline Johnson
"The Golden Road" It. M. Montgomery
'' The Chief of the Ranges " H. A. Cody
'' The Law Bringers "   Lancaster
"The Poison Belt" °°nan Uo-vk"
Revelstoke Leather Cushions $6.00
Revelsteike Felt Cushions S-*5-00
Revelstoke Pennants  15c. 35c, SOc, 75c, $1.00
Children's Books and Games.
Xj&AS STATIONERY
Special Lim 3Sc, 3 for $1 00
Fancy Cabinets 6Sc to $--M
DON'T USE
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News in Brief
Acetylene
Benzine
Kerosine
Nitro-Glycerine
or Paraffin
TO BRIGHTEN
UP YOUR
FIRE
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USE
Quality Comes First at
gews' 2}ruq and Book Store
The
CXaJUL Store
COURSIER'S GOAL
FREE
50 Pairs of
Bnglish   Kid
Oloves
FREE
mzzan
ji
CITY  TRANSFER   COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents^**
and Storage      .    .    .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES'   BUGGIES   AND   SLEIGHS   FOR   SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
In order to popularize our
Real Ostrich Feathers. We
will send absolutely FRBE
a pair of well known English Kill Gloves to the first
5 I purchasers of our beautiful Real Ostrich Feathers, at
$4 75 or $6.75 each.
Post Free—Worth D.inblc—Post Free
These dainty Ostrich Plumes
are of extra line fibres  and
come in black and white in
two sizes.
It inch Plume $4.75 or 2 for 88.50
HI inch Plume $6.75 or 2 for $12 75
This ofTer is only good for a
few days,
Mention color of  plume required and size of gloves.
We   have  a   few    Osprevs    Samples   at
$5.50, $6.50 and $8.50.
Send us vour old feathers to
be curled, cleaned or dyed.
Charges moderate
The   Davison-Grant Millinery
S10 Robson Street
VANCOUVER, B. C.
TOHN LEE
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
AND
FANCY THINGS
Prettiest Designs
PILLOW CUSHIONS
DRESSMAKING
FIT GUARANTEED
Lega! Forms
for esery purpose are printed JwiilN    L^HiI-j
and stocked by*.he MaiNHc-'-M pr-jnt street,   lower town
Reid Sr Young r%
SPECIAL!    SPECIAL!
LADIiTS' SKIRTS
Lakes' Tweed   Skiits.
Thi:*  Season's   Styles.
LADIES' COATS
Winter Styles. To clear
at                              	
Sale Price	
$175
Special Prices
WINTER   COATS
for girls, 7 to 14 years,
Price to clear	
MILLINERY!
All   Millinery   to clear
at	
$5.00
Special Prices
l+'Reid (SL young A
Kin-,' Gustave of Sweden is Buffering
from ihe effects of an operation for ap-
pondicitis, performed in l'JIU, and has
hecn obliged lo take to his bod at
Skabersjo Castle to undergo special
treatment.
Rapid Work is being done on tbe
track laying of the Canadian Northern
Railway west of Kamloops, and thoro
now remains' only 119 miles of track to
be laid between tbat oity and the coast
A new bridge of steel 7(i(i {eel long bas
been built over Sloyama Creek on the
south hank of the Fraser Hiver, near
North Bend.
A man has been sentenced to death
at Calgary torn coldblooded murder,
committed in an out-of-the-way settlement, the \ictim being one who had bo
l'i 11 ti:l'-il him in many ways. The authorities always seem to have greater
success in hriig.ng to justice those
guilty of sei ions crime in isolated com
mutinies than in lhc main centres ol
population. The dead man had the
very had habit of carrying very large
sains of money with him. This is
hound lo act as a direct incentive to
those criminally disposed.
A four thousand mile walk, which
was brgun on August li last, was com
pleted at the city hall, Winnipeg, when
W.C. Browne, of the King's Own Scottish Borderers, arrived on fool from
Providence, It.I., having traveled every
mile of the distance on fool. Browne
bus averaged 4'-' miles a day ■-'ince stalling, and wins a wager oT $3,0110 which
wjis made in Bingland and which was
the cause of hi-e trip. He left Provid -
ime in accordance with the terms of
the bet, with only §l in his possession
and ba-e arrived in Winnipeg practically bro.e, hut appears to he little troubled hy his financial position, looking
in the' pink of health and spirit-. He
spoke from ihe balcony of the e-ity hall
and was congratulated by Mayor Deacon on his achievement. Th • mayor
al-o presented him with a me lal bearing thc Winnipeg coat of arm-. Browne
carried willi him a pack weighing 53
pound- and n rille. Browne is a native
of Darlington, Durham, Kngland.
Wiihin the nexi year or two British
Columbia will possess an up-to-date
highway extending from Kamloop-' to
Tete Jaune Cache, and giving connection through to Edmonton, stated
Thomas Taylor, minister of public
work-. Thc provincial government has
already established a good road for
about ninety miles north ofK amloops
.ileing the North Thompson river, and
it is to be extended later, north to Tete Jaune Cache, where it willmeet the
highway built hy th • Grand Trunk Pacific ci ntraelors easl and west. It is
I roll ible that this road will be taken
over by ihe province from Tete Jaime
Cache to the provincial boundary line
in Ihe Vellowhead Pass. 11 i- declared Ihat a fairly good railway contractors road extends through ihe
Rockies to the' east along the G.T.P.
loeite to Bdmonton. The next two
year- at the ,iiit-ide should see a road
ni existence from Kamloops to Bdmonton, il i- believed and later on
notorists will be able to run Irom Van
'ouvcr to Kamloops and then through
to the capital ol Alberta.
Manchester Guardian  :—Some day a
{real      Writer     looking   into     Fleet
treel      will    -ee     sue-h    a liuiuv     a-
Henry   Ivi ward  Fenn,   the old  Divoroe
Courl   reporter,    whose death    i-    announced  tixlny.    and  make    of him   a
inlversalflgtire—thai      is   to say,      if
treel  - in ever    -how     another
Edw ird Fenn,   He wa-- like   a
BgUre  from   Balzac.    Here  wa-  a  man
-   'ho •>'eight     yi'ars   had      sat
I  .lhe ions    He   had
inds  and   thousands  of  old
moment  when they    were
•..I   pari ing    gladly,
; heard evei y ti [line     an I
> may track
.  i     imi ,, i     i amp
i ■       ,:,    he eorp •■ of
.■ .      ,. look    on
foimosl ','   ibe
- - n      happy,
I) . eice     Courl always
- opie   h i I   Walked
! In  le'   K--IHI
i i  been wrong
In-   life-     within
- ill , bul  iu char-
■   '  - r. ii .     ■■; ii       and
idi V-t !.-   |.lle-    , !
i, .mh idoi ii
l^r in thi ijuiel. lout
ol   ei:   wheu one saw
'■A     llie-lilliei
hi    in- i.i    hf ol le ■ rep i   -.f fash
ionabli    ■ in  London, the lat-
tei      el h   a     null  i   flowei   In h tl
,-e i   h -•     ■■-'■ •• nrgo' .   11
Iqtl.oe       Th    i-      e.-  ,.f  Kleol   Btreet,
had he   een II. would have I nown how
o inu- tl hop ol irony     Irom
thfl    ine-'-ii" -      i|  the ie   ll m-'mI
sum
CURES
COUGHS
&CCLD1
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
■m^^..
KNo store offers better values
than ours for good, sensible
and useful articles such as
Safety Razor Sets, Pocket
Knives, Carving Sets, Scissors,
Tool Sets, Skates, Sleds, Toboggans, Snoivshoes, Hockey
Sticks, Parlor Lamps, Klcctric
Lamps, Electric Irons, Barnes'
Vacuum Cleaners, Carpet
Sweepers, China, Cut Glass,
Jardinieres, Brass Goods, Silverware, Watches, 01o;ks, etc.
Pudding Moulds, l'astry Cutters, Cake Tins. Everything
in Kitcheiiware.
GROCERIES
Our Grocery Department is, as usual, stocked with New Seasonable Goods of Choicest Quality. Raisins, Peels, Mincemeat, Nuts,
Candied Fruit, Pigs. Dates, Candies, Christmas Stockings, Christmas
Crackers (Special) and all kinds ol appetizing things.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.    Telephone No. 22
Dominion Security Co, Limited
OF REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to announce tlmt tbey have opened up offices at tbe
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and get particulars, anil get in on ground floor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
M»W«l»l»N«l»|»lrt»M«lMl«H«M«l<^»ffl«lIW^
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/Ilbvays the   *Best
"ShamrocK* 'Butter
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
n innnnaaaQD aDaaaaaaaaa j jaaaanaaaaaapnaDaoa':
FOR A FEW DAYS
McIntyre Is Offering;
Kelley's Corn Plakes, per package     10c
Ouaker Corn Plakes     10c
Laundry Starch iu fancy 7 lb. tins     60c
Pure Chicory, real genuine, per package     20c
Brazil Coffee, 3 lbs. for Jfl 00
John McIntyre & SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
The Globe Lumber Co., Ltd.
BUILDERS'  SUPPLIES
Consisting of Tar, Roofing, C& White
Paper; Lime, Cement, Plaster, and
Fire-clay. Doors and Windows.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson C&> Co., Ltd.
TYPEWRITTEN    CIRCULARS
I
poueuthe personal note that ordinary printing lacks. Drop in
the Mail-Herald and ask for quotations on our printed facsimile
typewriting. Letters, circulars, mailing cards, Ac, with all the
effectiveness of real typewriting at a fraction of its cost. WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBER 10, 1913
THE   MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THRB»
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REVELSTOKE
OPERA HOUSE
ONE   NIGHT
THURSDAY, DEC. II
THE BOSTON
OPERA GO.
1
PRESENTING
"SAID PASHA"
Startling Fantastic Comic Opera
Twenty-One Snappy, Catchy Song
Hits, Comically Costumed.
A Complete Scenic Production
THE   DANCING   DOLLS
Prices,   $1, 75c and 50c
Seats at Macdonald's Drug Store
TO    THE   LADIES!!
1 wish to call your attention to the fact thai  I have secured
tbc agency for the famous French corset, "Le buret," direct
from Paris, and cordially invite your inspection.
In elegance, elastic and hygeinic qualities it has no equal.
1 daresay, if you'll come and inspect same, that you will say
it is the best you have ever seen.
Get a "Le Furet," the newest and  best,   from  Paris.   They
guard your figure, health and purse.
1 have alout half a dozen samples to  show  you  and it  will
lake about six weeks alter ordering.
H. F. MORTENSEN
LADIES' AND GENTS
TAILOR
ACROSS FROM THE  "CLUB."
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1865
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,8C0,0C0
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A OENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT... ]
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUCd
BANK MONEY ORDERS J
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
Kfiie'MafiiiiHASM
IC JLIRDS |
EJSEisfSJSiaMJaisEfajaMMSiSMajaMEJ
MISS  TRYPHOSA  PARKER
Pupil   of   Signor  Giovanni  Olurlri,   K.
C. I., Hon. R.A.M. ol Florence
and Lonoon.
Visits    and    receives    Pupils   for
Voice   Production   nnd  Pianoforte.
For terms, etc., apply.
BOX    306,    111,    FIRST      STREET.
ADVERTISING.
FRANK PAULDING
Winner of B First und
Sei ond Prizes in 10
Contests open to the
British Isles *. : :
Sales    Organised
O.  B.  N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR
Ofllce: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelatoke
SHOES!  • SHOES!
A  large shipment  of  Ladies   and
Children's Shoes to hand, including
Ladies' and Children's High Top Button Shoes
Etc., in a nice range ot sizes.
BURGESS    AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B. C. Land
Surveyors  and  Contractors.
P. O.  Box 317       Kamloopi, B.C.
Branch   Ollice—Watson   Realty   Ce.
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.
GOOD NEWS
For C.P.R. shareholders
"1 learned upon excellent authority'*
said Sir George Pai-eh, editor of the
"London Statist/' **tltat the .directors
of the C.P.R. have iu view and will
shortly announce a financial plan other than an increase of its capital Stock
lhat will net shareholders a substantial hijnus."
In the collide of the interview Sir
George gave ()Ui tlie following paragraph, which he nays he cabled to his
own paper:
"Business  in  Canada  is still  active,
and like lo remain at a high  level    in
1911, although Ihe activity may not he
as great  as in  1913.   A  lar^e amount
Ot" construction  work is still in     progress and part of the funds for its com
plcl'ion are already  iu  hand. The  great
sum of about seventy millions sterling
of capital ihat      will  have  been  raised
abroad by   Canada   mainly  iu  London,
and New York in the current year will
provide a Ian;,' part of  i he capital re-
| quired io finance Canada's construction
work ne'xt year, and fresh borrowing
will probably be moderate.
I    "Of the railroads only     the C.P.R.
, will need aiiy considerable sum, anel the
amount  required by  the latter will ho
I much smaller than in the previous year
■The great    Canadian   crops   of     tho1
! year have immensely improved the situation, a- thej  have brought a    greal
income to farmers and placed everyone
in lunds.
"I am authoritatively informed that
| the crops In thc West will be much lur-
1 ger than .my amount     yet calculated.
The large inilux of gold, due to heavy
Bales of produce and to ihe fat  thai
: ihi' country has become more economi
cal, t- anothei  eneouragi g feature   of
ihe situation.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12. 1. O.  O. F. '
OUR XMAS GOODS
ARE NOW ON DISPLAY
Come in and get first
choice of  —      —
Cut Glass
Pearl-Handled Knives and Forks
Louis XVI. Cutlery
Carving Sets
Military Brushes
Brush Sets
Electric Reading Lamps
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
MRS. A. G. CRICK.
FIRST STREET
Everybody Knows the Vatue
of a Combination Safe .   .
Hut there   are  still  a   few   people   who  don't
know what a safe combination  Bell's Bread
and  New Zealand Butter make	
Meet* every Thursday evening Id
Selkirk Hall at - o'clock. Viaitlng
brethren  cordially invited.
CHAS. NEWSOME, N.G.
JAS   MATHIE. Sec
KOOTENAY
LODOB. No.
iu,l  A.   M.
it  A.   F
Reifi'lar     meeting are held ln MAP
ON1C TEMt'l.K.     Oddlellowa'     Kail
on tbs Third Monday in each month
at t  p.  m.     ViiitinK hrethren      art
eordially welcome.
' J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. O. BROOKER, Secretary.
"Everyone dc ire to prevent excess-1
i\c borrowing!* hy ','anaJa, anl although curtailment in tho amount of
new capital obtained frm abroad will
cause ii iliminulloo in ih" ua le a iiv
ity, the Country will have no difficulty
in bearing the interesl burden resulting from ili ."us of capital in
I ("'11 I      Villi  -.*'
HE DOES il JMilSt
thei
a in .a  wuh .-oul
G. W. BELL   I
P. O Box 208    QROOER & BAKER    Phone No. 23 .
r. **   '). w
Mountain vi«w damp, No. lit
ieets Pecoud    and     Ponrtb  Wpdr.ss
days    tn eaeh   month  In    nelkir*
Hall.      Vlsitirif   Woodmen   ars
eordially  Invite! tn «t'»r.d
JAMES  MelNTYRR.  C.C.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
0OORT
UT       RKOTITR.
or I, o f.
No   Ui\
Armstrong & Co.
Penetang Shoe Packs, Pack Sacks, Pack
Straps, Rubber Shoes, Horse Covers, Mitts,
Gloves, Trunks, Valises. Hand Bags, Etc.
Boot, Shoes Harness Repairing
H.-caihC
dead
Who nevei io bimsell bas
" My trade of late ia petting lead,
I'll try another ten in. h ad'."
11 tli re be, go mark hnn well,
Kor i.i ni ,„, lean   a   e. ml    ball swell,
No an; I '    watch  llic golden Hiair,
Towelcomc home thi-e millionaire,
The  man  who  never ,i<l,H for  trade,
Uy  lo' il  lin ■, or nd displayed,
Cares more (or roil than worldly gain,
Tl'ca I   li   hi!\ .      ir .cliel  .     let   no     lUdu
sound
Disturb his solitude profound,
Hero Icl lum lie in calm rapo e,
In e, ighl   eii e.|it hy  men  ho oWi'H.
And   w lien  lie     dies,    go  plant     him
deep
That nothing mav disturb his sleep,
White   ti,,  mile   clamoi   may   eiispel
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 ccme during the day, come in the evening. Results
by our arc lamp are identical with the
best of daylight. NEW STYLES AND
PRICES RIGHT.
EEID   &   IBJLIRTOIN"
Successors to E. F. Tucker
Meets tn  I. n   ',.   F   Hall  n«Xt    to
Tapping's Opera   Houso »vnrv  second
and fourth  Monday  In  month.  Visit- [ T|ml ,,„„,, ,,,„, ,„, |m„,g0 W),n
Ing hr-thr.n cordially  welcomed. | Aml  ,,,,,,   „„  „,„,,, 1|||u.  k||(>w |(s |ogg
H. V. MORGAN. 0. R. ' ,.,, , ,   ,. ,„. ;, WI1.nl|i ,„■ ,„iiS
WM.  H.  OAMKRON.  Ree.-flee. | And on n ttono above •Here lie .
 i \ f0j4i|( who ili I not ndvoriiea,"
HARVEY,  McCARTER A COMPANY]
Barristers,  Solicitors, Etc.
—Offices—
Imperial Bank Block,  Revelstoke.B.''.
COAL COAL COAL
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S   ATISFACTION
G   UARANTEED.
R   ELIABLE
O   NLY;
B   URNS
B   RIGHTLY ;
I    N ALL
MIGHT
S   AFELY.
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The head constable of Calcutta was
shot dead  lasl   week  hy    throe Bengal
youths, wh oaped through ihe dense'
crowd,   The crime Is believed to hnve
been a  political one.
Aigretti i will not be admitted to the
United Htate- either on hats or detach
ad, according ton Unal    ruling     ient]    Rporta from Munich state that tho,
day  to    all  collectors    of    tho  < on In ion  or    King Otto of Bavaria, j
euetom ,  Game bfe"di will be admit*-. who has been a lunatic fine* i87o, han,
ed with feathet . bu  tho feathers mustIchanged lot  tbe worn and that     hi
be destroyed,
death i- eipoctnd shortly,
DO YOIU KB Bt StStSS riiilFCT vlll' 1-r     r I'M '•■«• ■• in tli: Wsrli
dfa.no firlrislvcl) la AMERICA.' KAM n V
Get "More Money" for your UTJHS,
SUM' YOL'H I Tits in "BHUBBBT"
n reliable—r» | ''.emlshed rep-
more than :,'. ■ ■. ' s longsuo'
. fsenilltiK l'urStinitv*«t • rlSKAl TORY
AND PROPITABLtt rsturns,   '..    i iei    Ctt tMratnt Mtssn."
ith*only reliable, ae-curate irenrlt't re.. .-; at.il pries list published.
*Wrll» lor It-NOtV- ll*. PHBB
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THE   MAIL-HERALD.    REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1913
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NEARING   TIIK   END
tiur Bi I'iano Contest is drawing to a close, but this last month is going
to bi ■   ' one of the whole Contest.     There are  going  to be some
sui    ises,
WATCH    THE   LISTS     WATCH   OUR    WINDOWS
We are going to clesr out our line of CAN ■. V CHINA   and   will offer 10,-
fe.r everj dollar  -pent on goods  shown  in   special   window.
Go I he chati  ed frequently, so watch for the special votes.     dge
your friends to bui wlnn this special offer is on. High Class China from
mi : i i ories as Wedgewood, Crown Derby, Royal Doulton, Coal pott
an.l Limoges,
KVERY VOTE IS GOING TO TELL, NOW
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lied to ta 11   .lanuary
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at    ' . '     Week  after   n    onfi ran '     lie- \
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by bring In   thi   lollowing oerdl
lirel that Johl i iiru.f h.i"l mei his
loath on thi 16th day of November,
1013   fioin   blim     nnri     raid1     sU '"I by
lallii     imo.-I catch-pit, negligently left
open unprotected  on thn 2iat  of Nov-
ember nt the  C.P.R,   shnpi  ai   Rogei
Pass."
Mr. Hume, Mi Storto, J, Bibbald,
ie. V.E, Davey, K. Flectham nnl Qeo,
II. Hawker,  inry,
Tha latest trade returns for Canada
': close a  very  reassuring state of affair- anel form the very best   reply    to
thc croakers whose voices and opinions
have   been unduly prominent of   late,
A  writer in the     "Telegram," in     the
• ei' e of   in examination of the posies   lieen revealed by the trad   returns, «nys
o mtry musl respond to a
■   tight money by  an  increase
..f • ltd a sla ki ning oi imports
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are ba I an I certain to be-
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I. K. JOHNSON, Manager.
RALPH  C.   SCR0TON,  Editor.
WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBER III, 1913
The election of Mr. W.W. Foster at
the by-election in the Islands' conslit -
■e ney by a magnificent majority, is
more than a notable triumph for that
gentleman, for it also indicates a
sweeping endorsement of ihe policy of
ilc government of Sir Richard Mc-
Bride. Mr, Fos'tor will make an admirable membei'. He is young, energet
ii. able and fully acquainted With the
requirements of the pu .nee an there-
suit of his experience as' Deputy Minis-
ie r of l'uhiic Works, in whieh capacity
he has established for himself a reputation which in it-ell is sin'.ie icnl to ensure his name lieint; Written large in
the page of B.C. history. Ho has ac-
compli-he'd great things In the direction of providing tha province with
good roads rightly regarding thai as
nii" of ihe drs't essentials to real progress, and during has exhaustive tours
has ma ie himself personally familiar
11 with the needs of the various portions
| of the province, needs which he has
ill n' mrre'h towards meeting. His strik
j \n:r success at the polls is especially
i pleasing to Revelstoke people, for Mr.
'Foster* is regarded, with ample justifl-
I cation, as n Reveistoie man. The contest in the Islandb has therefore been
watched with the utmost keenness locally and the result, ihoiitrh not unexpected, has been received here with
genuine enthusiasm, more particularly
n-^ the choice of ihe electors was one
of the most emphatic ever recorded in
i il.- constituency. We join heartily in
the widespread congratulations which
have, been showered upon the victor,
who hai shown himself to he actuated
in puhlii- matters by the highest and
sineerest of motives, aul determined to
advance the best int.'rests of the province, nnd indeed ol th- Dominion, by
. very means in his power.
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The Islands  result leaves  Sir Richard
McBrlde mor.' strongly entrenched in
power than ever hefore and adds to the
Legislature a membei' who, we arc certain, will leave his mark on future pol-
icias for our development.
A Real Rer/e mi Ocdy
Building Medicine
When you're sick or run down, keep
away from so-called "tonics." Thu
alcohol and dangerous drugs many of
thi'iei contain stimulate you for a few
minutes after the dose is taken—then
lea^e  you   worse ofl  thun ever.      You j
If*
cannot gel well by taking siintilants.
*i i.ii are liable  to gel worse.
Iteiall Olive Oil Emulsion is not a
stimulant, Iti-'a real nerve and body
an I blood-building medicine. It puts
th system Into shape io overcome present and resist future Blckness. It do-
i- ned. contain a drop of alcohol nor
anything else harmful. Uut it builds
you up, mak;-' ymi feel better, stronger
livelier—not tho lirsi hour—inn altera
few days, when the strengthening, toning and tissue-building ingredients hnvo
had a chance to work through your
blood  into lliose    muscles  and  organs
thai i d their vitality-giving help.Tho
four Hypophosphitos it contains strengthens the uemes whllfi puree! Olive Oil
nourishes them.
Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion is an ideal
common-sense invigoralor and up-
builder. There is direct benefit to you
in everyone ol its ingredients. You
who are weak and run-down, and you
who tire apparently well now, but nre
liable to suffer from various cold weather ailments use Roxall Olive Oil
Emulsion to net and keep well and
strong. Kor the lired-out, run-down,
nervous, emaciated or debilitated—the
convalescing—growing children—aged
people—it is a sensible aid to renewed
strength, better spirits, glowing health
Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion—king of
the celebrated Rexall Remedies—is for
freedom from sickness of you and your
family. Pleasant-tasting—unlike the
toel liver ,,il preparations—you'll be as
enthusiastic about ii as we are when
you lute iioicd its strengthening, invigorating, building-up, disease-prevent
ing effects. If it doos not help you,
your money will be given back to you
withoul argument. Sold in this community only at our store—The Rexall
.Store—one of more than 7,000 leading
drug stores in the United Slates, Cnn-
ada and Great Britain. Bews' Drug
Sloi-e.  Revelstoke.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
FOR RENT!
FINE NEW BRICK STORE with
rooms above for renting; steam
heated throughout. Corner Fourth
Street and Railway Avenue. Lease
given for three years at $75.00 per
month       — —       —
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN 13. SIUii.\l,D, 1'KKS.    I'hone 11     J. 1). SIBBALD, JR., Site.
To Xmas Shoppers
We extend an invitation to you to come and visit us.
We have to-day the finest and most up-to-date store
in tl.e Inierior of B. C Fully equipped with the
Latest Fixtures and beautifully lighted. Here you
will find the largest and best stock to select your
Xmas Gifts from. Combine this with competent and
courteous service aud prove that Xmas shopping is a
pleasure indeed.    Watch Our Xmas Ad.
McRae Mercantile Company
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4 Give a Gift thai Endures
No gift equals Jewellery for two reasons. First iis
enduring, intrinsic value, li will probably be
worth as much ormoie 20 years hence. Second
ihe keen appreciation ol tbe recipient. Think it
out. Then drop in ami inspect the dainty and artistic creations we show in Colli, Silver. Precious
Stones, Plate, Cut Glass, etc. The gift of gifts
our fine Diamonds.
Quality   throughout,    the   highest—choice   unexcelled.   Prices will pie ise.
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"HE 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 <;f the Mail-Herald the Company will be pleased to forward
aay ofthe under-mentioned Hampers, all CHARGES PREPAID.
The excellence ofthe goods supplied by the H. B. Co. is well known from
on* end of tie Dominion to the other, and we therefore solicit your early orders
which will be promptly attended to.
l bottle lie( lid Sc itch V\ biskey.
1 bottle "iei I'.il- lirai.dy.
. bottles Old R  a
1 bottle Tom   tin.
1 bottle Hn ■ OUI 1 ort
n hot les Uagei Beer.
12    $5.50
KAMPEit \iX 2
_' bottles ! iiicst Old Highland Whiskey.
i i ..m.i  I . .,  ii ild i ale Brandy.
il bottle II   i • Co. I it.est Old Rye.
i les London I h ck Port.
1 bottle I.i I'.l.iti D( ck Sheriv.
1 bottle "I i!el Tom" Gill
l bottles tpinls) Bass's Ale.
12
$7.50
HAMPER K0. 3
ni   ' Old Scotch.
il    ..   t .,. ( lhl  Hi.
icOld Pale Hraudy.
I   in'   Gin,
Xicl      ! in.in i Uum.
ui ■ Bay Rum," as imll     ■  ■ .    ,ince 1670.
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$10.00
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HAMPER NO. 5
1 bottle Manhattan Cocktails.
2 bottles H. B. Co   "P. u It *' Scotch Whiskey.
3 bottles II. It. Co., Special old Rye.
i bottle i>ld Tom Gin.
_' bottles 01(1 Duke Port.
1 bottle Did Duke Sherry.
1 bottle (quart) Sparkling Moselle.
1 bottle H. B. Co., Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed 26
years old.
12      $14.50
HAMPER NO. 6
2 hoitles ll, B. Co   Best Procurable Scotch.
.' boiiles II. B. Co. Special Old Rye.
_' bottles Vice Regal Port.
.' bottles Vice Regal Sherry.
2 bottles Si   Inii,-a Claret, '
I  bottle sparkling Burgundy I I'ointnard.)
I bottle II.B, Co.Pineal Liquenr Brandy,guarnniced
—    .SO j ears old.
12 $17.50
HAMPER NO. 7
1 bottle Manhattan cocktails.
J bottles II. It. io. Imperial Sherry.
1 bottle II.  B. Co. Special  (Ud   Bve.
.1 bottles II. li. Co. best p ncurablc Scotch.
I bottle dptarl I Slid Chamb -itin.
1 bottles II. B. in   Imperial Port.
I bottle   (ipi.ot)   Champagne,     li*.   Heidsieck'a
Vintnge Win i
1 bottle II. II. Co. l'inest liqueur Br.unlv, guaran-
auteed 7S yeaia old.
12      $23.50
$11.50
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YE     OLDE    HUDSON'S    BAY
RUM   AS   IMPORTED
SINCE    1670
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HUDS1N   ^AY  CO'S FJHE SCOTCH
WHISKIES
H ti. C .  ,'■ .   *   Ild Scotch, per case, $10.50
H. B OB ' .'* -    1.1.50
Ml: ' l'i ni  liable, per case -     15.50
HUDSON'S BAY PORT WINES
arc specially selected and are of exceptional merit, attention being directed to the following brands:
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EXPI-JE*******}    CHARGES    ARE
PAID    BY    US
A Choice Wine, per bottle,   -   75c and $1.00
~*^    Fine Old Port, per bottle   -   $1.25 and $1.50
I     Selected Oporto Port, per bottle    -    -$1.75
i i A wine for the Connoisseur)
^/     Special Invalid Port, per bottle
- $1.25
THE HUDSON S BAY COMPANY,  Kamloops, B. C.
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I WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVHL1
Hume's Christmas Store News
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In Each Department from Dec. 10th to 16th inclusive, both dates, we are offering a line
of Wanted Goods at a Special Discount of TEN PER CENT, to ensure early shopping
and make room for the rush on the last week before Xmas. Look carefully over all the
lines mentioned below.   Something sure to interest you.
,ace an
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Beautiful line of German Impeiial Lace and Linen
Work; pure white, snowy linens, dear to the heart of any
housewife. These come in Tray Cloths. Sideboard Scarfs,
Doylies, Table Mats, 5 o'clock Tea Cloths. Ench piece
will he put in a lovely Hirly Box and make a handsome
Gift. We are offering a Special Discount of 10 percent.
of this line till the 16th of December.
Boxed Handkerchiefs
Magnificent stock of Handkerchiefs to choose from.
Always an acceptable Gift. We have these in nice .', doz.
of Plain Handkerchief, at 35c. to the most elaborate, in
Fane Boxes, at  $5.00
ELEVATOR SERVICE
Shop Early in the Day.      Early in the Week.
ELEVATOR SERVICE
Ladies' Whitewe
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Ladies' Whitewear in Holly Boxes make nice Gifts.
Corset Covers, Gowns, etc. Nice Lingerie such as this is
always welcome.   Plenty to choose from 50c to $1.00
For the Baby
Wool Bootees, Mitts, Scarfs, Rugs, Bear Coats, Knit
Sets. All articles can be put in Holly Boxes, that give
useful articles such as this, a more Festival appearance.
Ladies' Dressing Gowns
Special line of Ladies' fine, warm Dressing Gowns,
in Cardinal and other colors, Fleece, Eiderdown and
Wool.    Nice trimming at , $5.75
Shop Early and Avoid the  Rush  at the Last
Few Days Before the Holidays
Toys!  Toys!   Toys!
Our s ock of Toys are going fast! Better hurry if
you want a good selection. We will reserve anything
you pick out till you want it sent home.
Lovely NacWear
For Ladies- all in Fancy Boxes— always useful and
always appreciated.    From  _ 35c to SOc
Gloves in a Large Range of Sizes
Gloves always are a nice offering all kinds—from
children's to the largest ladies' sizes
Umbrellas
In Fancy Holly Boxes, make a sensible Gift	
From $1.00 to $10
ELEVATOR SERVICE
Shop Early in the Day.       Earlv in the Week.
ELEVATOR SERViCE
MEN'S CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
WOMEN'S BEDROOM SLIPPERS -Heavy felt soles, leather
bottom, no heel, plain plaid, camel hair, $2.00
per pair. Plain, solid colors, $1.35; wool plaids,
$1.00 per pair; Jaegar solid colors, ifl.80 per pair.
WOMEN'S MOCCASIN SLIPPERS Dark brown leathsr. fur
trimmed, either fur or fleece lined.
Prices, $1.35. $2.25, $3 per pair
MISSES' FELT SLIPPERS-Juliette style, medium leather heel,
leather sole, plain red	
Price, $1.35 per pair
MISSES' PLAIN PLAID SLIPPERS   Ankle strop	
Price- 90c per pair
BOYS' PLAID FELT HOUSE SLIPPEK-Felt sole,
leather covered, Sizes 1 to 5	
Price-$1.25
WOMEN'S BOUDOIR SLIPPERS-Spring heel, black
and tan.
PRICE -$1.50 Per Pair.
20 Per Cent. Off All Felt Slippers
FOR ONE WEEK CommencioR Thursday morning the
llth, and until Wedne.-doy night, the 17th, you can  purchase
any of our Swell Holiday Felt Slippers for 20 per cent, off the
regular price. This means one-fifth off for \ou. We do this to
encourage eariy shopping. The last tew days trill be so bnsy
that our s'.aff will be uiuble to wait oil you properly; hence this
offer. The prices showu below are regular prices and our discount applies to them all Don't be late, as we positively will
not give this discount after Wednesday the 17th. Remember,
we would like you to shop early and thus help yourself and
help us.
WOMEN'S FELT JULIETTES-Either fur or ribbon trimmed,
medium leather heel, llexible leather sole. They
come in Beaver, purple, grey, red, and brown....
Price-$1.75 Per Pair
WOMEN'S VELVET JULIETTES Fur trimmed, leather heels,
flexible soles. They come in brown, green and
birch	
Price   $1.75 per pair
MEN'S PULLMAN SLIPPERS-Solid leather, turn  soles black
or tan.    Price $2.75 per pair. With cushion sole $3.
MEN'S OPERA SLIPPERS-Solid leather, turn soles, black or
tan.
Prices $1.75. $2.25. $3 a pair.
MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS -in plain colors and dark plaids, solid
felt soles, leather covered.
Prices $1.50 to $2 a pair.
MENS GENUINE CAMEL HAIR SLIPPERS —natural
shade, very flexible.
Price $3 a pair,
CHILDRENS SLIPPERS—in plain plaids and velvets, different shades, leather soles.    Ankle straps.
Prices 50c to 90c a pair.
CHILDRENS STRAP SLIPPERS-Dark tan leather. Heece
lined, very soft and tlexiblc.
Prices $1.25 and $1.50 a pair.
WOMEN'S FELT BOUDOIR SLIPPERS—Spring heels,
leather soles, larire pom-poms: colors green, blue,
purple, red, brown.	
PRICES   $1.25 and $1.50 PER PAIR
GROCERY AND  CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
XMAS   FRUITS
Malkini Best Rai-ins 16 Oa. rckg  15c.
Victoria Cross* Curlantu,  16 O/.. Pdkg.   2    for...25c.
Sultana Raisins, 160/. Pckg  l5c.
Nabob Raisin-,   16 Oz.  Pckg   10c
Nabob Currants,  16 Oz. Pckg, 2 for  25c
Cluster Raitlni, 25c, 35c, and 50c, per     Pound
Pulled Table Figs,  $1.00  per Dox 	
Pressed Table' Figs,  Por Pound   25c
Okanagan Apples, No.  1, $2.25 and $2.50  per box
Citron Ped, per pound   25c
Lemon and Ornnuc Peel, per pound   20'.
Pure. Apple Cyder,  Pint Bottle   25c
Florida  Crape'  Fruit,   Iwn  for     35c.
Ohrystilised Cherries, Per Pound   60c
Assorted Ohrystilised Fruits, Par round  75.*.
Mfaluga Oi-apei    Per Pound   25<*.
Cranberries, Three Pounds lor  50'*.
Orape Juioe, quarl bottles 85>.. rims  45..
Mlnoemeal In Five Pound Pail-  90c
Minroinont in 25 ttfc  Pall i, for Hotels	
Helnze Mincomoni in null., Per pound  25■'.
Tea Garden Preserves, including Strawberries Plums
Cherries, Peaches, Apricots, Figs and Frape Fruit,
Marmalade, New Walnuts, Almonds, Brazils and
Pecans.   Hunts Supreme Peaches, Pears,   Pineapple
Apricots nud Cherries, ot   40» .
Hunts Staple Peaches, Peas nnd Apricot*      35' .
Baskets for Xmas Hampers, 75c, *$1 und     25c
Good Case Bggs, Per Bozen  _  40c
Headman's Honey in Combe and Botths,   all   sises
Almond  Past' in Bulk,  Fresh  in for ( hii-inia ■'.
Inger-oll Cream Cheese in Packages.
M I.a'ins Cream Cheese in Jars.
Fn. li ie   Siilton Cheesel
Roquefort Cheese.
Dill Pickles in Tins.
Maple Leaf LobsHer in 1 pound anl  1   pound Tins.
Blue Toin* Oysters in one pound and  2  pound Tin
Cro^e. nnH BlncUwcllp Cocoa in 1, J, &  1   11).   Pkgi
Huntley and Palmers Biscuits.
Crosse -md Blnekwrii- Jams.   All Kinds.
Crop e and Blaekwells Pickles.—All Kinds.
New Slqck of Canned Vegttablar,
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.
CROCKERY AT 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
All of our Stock of Fancy China and Cut Glass
at a Discount of 10 Per Cent, until the 16th
of December.
Try Our 00 Coffee. 45c Fer Found.     Try Our Sunbeam Tea, Red, Good, 40c per lb.      Blue, Best, 50c Fer Found
1 PAGB SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESBAY, DECEMBER in. 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.
1DD YEARS PEACE
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
T
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Ra*.:s $1.00 a Day and Up Phone 1629
Furnished Rooms by the Day. Wee!: or Month
VERNON ROOMS
MRS.  H. J.  HANBURY.    -     Proprietress
Steam Heated Throughout.     Housekeeping Suites.
Celebration Proposals
The movement for celebrating the
centenary of peace among English-
speaking people and the holding of an
I Anglo-American expositionln London
received promises of support from
' many sources at a dinner, at which the
Duke of Teck presided.
Waller H.   Page,  American  ambas -
sudor,  Sir Walton  Klntore and other
i prominent men addessed the meeting ,
( while Sir Edward Grey     and     James
' Bryce,    former    ambassador    to     the
United  States,  sent   messages.
Ambassador Page presented an in-
, vl la tion to Britons to participate in
1 the Panama-Pacific exposition,
Mr. Bryce, in a telegram, said :
"Whal the keeping of tine peace. for
100 years between iwo strong and
hiirh.-i'iiritrd nations has meant, and
means can be fullj realised by those
who know how many occasions there
have heen during iheso many years
on which grave controversies aiose
that would hnve broken lhat peace but
for deep underlying feeling of a com •
mon ancestry and a common share, iu
noble tradition and the -ease each
entertained of its responsibility to sot
the world au example oi preferring
arbitration  to  war."
Sir Edward Grey wrote: "The work
of the peace centenary committee has
the warmest sympathy of one who
desires' ihe most cordial relations and
friendship with the  United States."
Washington—Various plans for the
international celebration of the one
hundredth anniversary of the signing
of the treaty of Ghent, marking a
hundred years of peace between the Uu
Ited Slates and Great Britain, were
suggested to the house of foreign affairs by Ihe representatives Sqeiety, or-
ganisted to promote the movement,
Later it was announced the delegation
would appear wiihin the next 10 days
to present a diflerent scheme to the
i ommittee.
Mrs.   John  Miller  Horton   of     Buffalo proposed   that     the    eelebratjon
should  take the form  of the    erection
and dedication ofa  monument  to the 1
late     Queen Victoria.     She said that !
Buch a  recognition would please everybody, Great Britain and America men
and women alike.
The  traditional    ba<-on      mid      eggs
breakfast  i-  attacked by    the Lancet
wbich discusses the     advisability     ofl
going   withoul  breakfast.    It  says that'
after a night's sleep, bodily    strength,
both  nervous  and  muscular, is  at    its'
height,  ind lhat work can be taken up ]
without food.
Winnipeg i iti pay is almost    iii...t* -
he $13(600,000 bylaw
of the Gi   ttei  Wi ■ •   ■     * iter district !
down a $75,000 byl iw '
■■■  Winnipes  General     Hospital,
issing of the water bylaw i    -
t ert. d     01
;.  - rion.
'orner View
md Douglas St -
VICTORIA, B. C.
|  ck Laughton, Propneio.
First Street, Kevelstoke. B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN  PLAN
I   :>od Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
I 'ntral Hotel
:rahamson  Bros.
Props.
First-Cla
respect*,
All '■'.
I mvenienci
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special V.
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SYNOPSIS
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ORIENTAL HOTEL—
suitabiy furnished with the choices! the
market affords. Besl Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthl   rutes.
J.    ALBERT     STOMB PROF
Union   He >tel
\   P. LEVESQUE, Proprietoi
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, I«. <
MKAL TICKETS $600
CANAMPortland CEMENT
IOME men ask for so many bags of
j    ii "
y      cement —
Others, more careful say they want
'' Portland Cement"—
But the man who does the
best work insists upon getting "Canada" Portland
Cement—
And he looks to
l see that every
J^ bag bears this
label
Write the Canada Cement
Information Bureau, Montreal, for a free copy of
"What the Fanner Can
Do With Concrete."
\t>i CEMENT^
There is a Canada
Cement dealer in your
neighborhood. If you do
not know him, wnte for
ho name.
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IIIWI 11)11 IIHW
BraaMMn&hsi.iijfeab'
irwmri—
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WE HAVE A
SUGGESTION
Vou h ive been thii
your photograph tak< ■ for i   ■:..■    m
Vou could  hardly have ii ta    n    *   .
better season.    Pl        rn]
cellent  Xm i md  i .ifts.   T -. ■
the  opportnn ind   n     dm; i i'.-
eudnr we ar'.- i:"- ini;   e\ ei
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WHAT IS HOME
WITHOUT  A
(VHAMOPHONE ' Wl itevel   *   i
tlie ad :   : ■:: ol   e,ni'   ol   these   de
lightful    instrument     v ili     ii"'
iveneHs. Thegreal
the   world dis].     •
evenings.   The
grea talis!    he     in
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investment :;;<• se i    *     !l ■■
ing   better.    Victt r   nr   Edi sou
i'tf.-i i::. . •       vest pric        fata
>'.'-.-    Free
Tlie Trueman Studio
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A. Douglas Tounr. r.
Cor. MacK       i Avenu.
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chantahle ■             * •
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ThF)    [e       '
lul nlill 1 iwr,rn r«t urn§ i
..- * tba full gnarrUty ol
merchantable ioal mm«<i *»r.-"i pay tbi
royalty thereon if t.h* ooal tntnlnf
ritfM.a nr. rie.f l.ainK Operated, lUCh
returne ihould ba turn shivl Ht liatt
ono* a year.
For fnll Information application
nhonlil ba made to tha tWretary ol
tha Depurlmnnt. of tha Interior, Ottawa, or to Um Agent or re.it,-Agent
of Dominion  I,an<la.
W.   W    <>ORY.
THK   BOSTON   OPEKA   CO   IN   "SAID  PASHA."
vi   1111   REVELSTOKI   OPERA IIO   il THURSDAY, DECEMBER Uth "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 191:1
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
page hev:
NO ALUM
.LlPHlNTEO ON THEU
IfjfflliliTi^ ** r' J~W^
yj^WHITtST.UG^
BAKING
POWDEP
LAI NS NO'
Aycr
1~ Cherry
^ Pectoral
Away back in 1841. Old enough to remember those days? Still used for
coughs and colds.   Sold for 70 years.
A.L V~.._ n»>«. Made Iiy ,J. 0. AjerOo.,
Ask Your Doctor. Montreal. O.u.ili..
B.C. CREDIT HIGH
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly and perfectly as you are
at this restaurant. And the service is
only a fore* aste of
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is s.iie! that the way to a man's
heart is through his stomach. We are
sure to reach youra if you'll drop in
and try our 1 >i 11 of fare II perfect victuals, perfec'ly cooked and perfectly
served, will gain your friendship, we
are absolutely --ure of youra.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A.G. Thiakison Manager.
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
FOR
CARNATIONS
AND   ROSES
DESIGNS
[he Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
W. H. POTTRUFF. Prop.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
Phone 42    -    Night Phone85
E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,   Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
Treasury Notes Sold
A Lomlon di'a*>utch announces tho
sale ot f3l0,000 of Brili-h Columbia
six months treasury hills, bearing 5
per cont interest, Interviewed in re-
spent thereto Sir Richard McBrlde said
"The' provincial government has sold
£1110,000 ol six months treasury notes
bearing 5 per cent interesl in London
at par. In view ol the (act that the
British government paid 4 3-4 per e*eni
■inleresl on a recent issue oi treasury
notea the success attending tho British
Oolumbia issue, whioh was taken up
with the greatest promptness, -hows
buyoud contradiction bow high our
. redil -etaud" in the money market,
Very naturally the public will ask why
ihe necemflly arose for the issue ol
these hill*. I' i« <'"* practice ol all
governments to pul out trnasury bills
for temporary purposes. The British
government very frequently does so,
and ihe Dominion government has done
so on several occasions. Such bills aro
issued in anticipation ol revenue and
ii has been deemed advisublu to follow such a course! here. As everyone
knows, the province began the fiscal
year with a large amount to its credit in the bank, but with a program intended lo exhaust the greater part of
ii. This program has been carried om
Tlie government felt that in view of
the interruption of municipal and other work due to the financial slrin-
gency it was uoi desirable to curtail
the expenditure in any way and there-
j by add to embarrassment arising out
ofthe  general  depression,   I   have not
I ihe exae-l  figures before me,  but     t/ho
| total expenditure on public works
since the beginning ofthe fiscal year
will  probably be found    to    be some.
I whore between 83,000,000 and $9,000,-
000, ;i truly enormous amount [or a
province ol  "lOO.OOD  people ond    ei|tial
Ito whal the Dominion was expending
only a few years ago. This expend! -
ture has not exhausted the bank bai -
ance, fe>r the province has yel H very
substantial sum to its credit. Certain
large payments must, however be met
I niter lhe' naw year o|H'iis and ihere
arc several large sums thai will then
te payable to lhe province, Imt in
ordei thnt every bill mny lie met
promptly it seemed a good business
policyto make a temporary loan. Tbc
receipts ,,u accounl of extraordinary
revenue have not been what wa- ex-
peciivl. owing to causes that have af-
fectedall   lines nf  business,    and      the
I government had three courses open
One Was  lo curtail      expenditure    and
'thus accentuate   the- general   depres-
I sion, another Was to force Iho e'ollcc-
tion o! Rtims duo lhe province nnd
therel>yembarra«s many people, the
third was lo proceed Willi the full
program o( public works and make a
small) rmporary loan to rover possible deficiencies in the revenue. Tho
latter course was adopted and 1 think
I the public     will     concede that it was
i the wisest course nf ihe three.
"I may add that the province has
tied up in Iho former Songhe*-' and
Kii-ilano reBerves a sum oi|tinl to the
issue ol treasury hills. It has also a
verj' large amount of acount- receivable, outstanding at Opei cent interest. Under nil these eiictimstaii'-es
We tlieiiijht   it was  wise to i-sue treas-
l my bills rather than fon-e the collec -
lection of debis payable   and thereby
| havi- precipitated result-', whieh in
many circumstances might ba»e pie ived disastrous to individuals. We
thought it best io employ the excellent credit oi the province to meet
conditions arising nut ol n world-wile
stringency. I may add that siu-h Issues as the above are or.Hnary mailers ol routine and aro nol inmeun eel
in advance. On some occasions government-; arrange with banks for over-
, ilraft~.    In  others   they  issue  treasury
The Sensible Solution of that
Christmas Problem—
"Give him a Gillette Safety Razor"
The Gillette is a real gift for a real man a gift that is
sure to be appreciated.
lt doesn't merely look fine, though the Gillette is certainly hard
to beat in that particular. It appeals to a man's hard-headed
business sense as well as to his good taste, for it gives him, every
day In the year, a service whose equal he could not get from any
other source.
The gift of a Gillette Is a compliment to any man, for a decade
of use has proven it undoubtedly the best razor that money
can buy.
From Standard Sets, Pocket Editions or Travellers' Sets, In gold,
silver or gunmetal finish, caaed In leather or polished plate, you can
select a Gillette exactly suited to any man's tastes or habits.
Standard Set (shown at right In lower panel) costs $5.00. Pocket
editions i centre, below) cost from $5.00 to $6.00. Combination or
Travellers' Sets (right above and left below) run from $6.50 up.
Your Druggist, Jeweler or Hardware Dealer should be able to
show you a good assortment. If not, write us and we will see that
you are supplied.
Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada Limited
Office tad Factory—TkeNew Gillette BU|., Montreal.
re
GO WITH THK CROWD TO
Parisian Oya Works, Ltd.
138 Second Street, West
' Wi: CLEAN THE TOWN"
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.
w ^y\
ON EVERY SIDE
you'll find our groceries just
right. The price, the quality, the weight will be just
what they should be. In justice to yourself and us you
Bhould give our table supplies a trial. Then how to
livn right at the right cost
wll b; a solved ques-
uon.
Hobson's Grocery
-WORK   SHOP—
Connnucht  Ave.    •    Rovatatoke
MORTGAGE) SALE
Under and by virtue of the power,
..nt .-nne"! in a certain indenture ol
mortgage and a conveyance ol thn
equity of redemption by way of mortgage, which document!) will lie produced at the time of sale, thero will be
offered for salo by public acution by
W.J. Law, Sheriff, at the Court House
Reveletoke, B.C., on Tuesday tho 30th
day ol December, 19111, at the hour of
Two o'clock in the afternoon, the following property:
Lota 9 nnd 10 in Block 39, Plan 649
City of Revelstoke.B .C. This property is well situate at the Corner Of
Kootenay and George streets. On the
property is n modern one and one-hall
storey frame dwelling with full oomont
basement.
For terms and particulars of salo,
apple to
W. I. BRIOOS,
S.»licitor. First  street. Hovolntoko,H.G.
Dnted this 28th day of Novombor,
I'M.I. Ist. iss. Nov. I'l lin
ieilK and  (he latter is conceded io    be
I'v much ili" better plan, as ii leavai
ilie h mk  free to employ their fundi
in commercial loans."
To Make Your Hair
More Beautiful
To ui v.- vour hair that close and
lustre and wa'.y sUky-softneat, use
Harmony Hair Boautifier. It lakes
away the dull dead look of ihe hair,
and makes It bri-jht—turn- the string-
(neu into fltiflln'-ss—overcomes the oily
mlor-e and leaven n IWaet, Iruerow fra-
grnn.-e—make- the hair e isier to put up
m-nilv and ca-ie: to keep in place. Tt
is Just exactly vvli it ii  i- named -s linir
beautifier, mei whether yooi hair !•
n-lv Do* or hcaimf'il it will inipr.i\■■ it-
appearance You'll lie proud ,if a*iel
delighted willi lhe results, i.r ynin
money haek. Very e'n>v In ipply -
simply sprinkle a little on vour hair
ea.'h time before hri-hinj it Oon -
tains DO oil; will not change 'he cdeir
of hair,  nor clnrketi cray hait
Te> keep voui haii aa I ^p Hani •
rn0-(rM and elean. uie Harmony
Shampoo.   ThN pure liquid   shampoo
Phone 41
Box 734
i.s most convenient to use, lierau 1 it
gives an instantaneous rich, lonnnnt;
I,thei thnt immediately penetrates to
.■very part of hair and scalp, insuring
a quick, thorough cleansing. Washed
of! just a« quickly, lhe entire operation takes only a few moments. Contains nothing that can hnrm Ihe linir;
leaves no harshness ,,r ati. kine'ss—just
i swio't-smellini! cleanliness.
Both preparations como in odd-shaped, very ornamental bottles, with
sprinkler lops. Harmony Hair Deau-
tlfier. 11,00. Harmony .Shampoo, fiOc.
Both guaranteed to satisfy you in every way, Of your money l>ark. Hold
In this .(immunity only at our store—
The Rexall Store—one of the more
lhan 7,000 leading drug store- of the
I'nited State-, Canada and Great Britain,which own the big Harmony lab -
oratories. Toronto, wher" the onto -
braUd Harmony Ptrfuntel and Toilet
Preparation!   are     mnde. -Dews'   Drug
Btore, Revetstoka,
ShitahMt
The   fnmltr   rtm«lv   for   Cou«h«   snd Olds
"Shilah coits  to   little   aad decs   to much I"
AV.   PARRY
AltTIOXHKIt   ANb  VALUER
McKBNMH Avrni k
HOUSEHOLD SALES
SPECIALLY   CONDUCTED
I ItUV EVERYTHING
Ninas   Coods   just    arrived
Cups and B ne   is, pet do/en     $1.25
l'latcs from  65c up
Fancy Glassware, from 25c up
NI'U  I'URNITURK
Rockers (armed) Mahoganv or Oak	
 ,....4.00 each
Dressers and Stands from.   .. SlO.oO up
Lounges from $ 6.50 up
Red Springs (naw) from $ 2.SO up
Mattresses,  from. f 2.H.S up
Compare oui Prices with Baatarn firms.
Sewing Mn limes  for   sale  or   rented
by thc month,   Goode stored.
W.  PARR'S
Auctioneer's Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, B. C.
NOTICK TO  CONTRACTORS
Nicola Court-HouBe.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Ten-
dor for Court-house, Nicola," will be
received by thc Honourable the Minister of Public Works up to noon of Friday, tho 12th day of December, 1913,
for thc erection and completion of
Court-house at Nicola, in the Yale
Electoral District.
Plans, specilications, contract, and
forms of tender may be seen ou and after the 21th dayof November, 1913,
at the ollice ol W. N. Rolfe, Govern -
ment Agent, Nicola; Robert Gordon,
Government Agent, Revelstoke; E.T.W.
Pearse, Government Agent, Kamloopa;
H. P. Christie, Government Agent,
Ashcroft; J. Mahony, Government Ag-
cnl, Richard and Pender streets, Vancouver; and thc Department ol Public
Works, Victoria. B.C.
intending tenderers may, by applying to thc undersigned, obtain one
copy of drawings nnd specilications for
the sum of ten dollars ($10), which
amount will be refunded when the
Flans and specifications are returned
in good order.
Each proposnl must be nccompanicd
by nn accepted bank cheque or ccrtifi
cate of deposit on a chartered bank ot
Canada, made payable to the Honourable the Minister of Public Works, for
a sum equal to 10 per cent, of tender ,
which shall bo forfeited if thc party ten.
dering decline to enter into contract
when called upon to do so, or if he fail
to complete the work contracted for.
Tho cheques or certificates of deposit
of unsuccessful tenderers will be return
od to them upon the execution of the
contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on the forms supplied, signed with the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes
furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
J.  E. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., November 21-rt, 1913
Once a week  to Dec. 10th
NOTICE TO  CONTRACTTRS
Merritt Court-House
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Merritt Court-house," will be
received by the Honourable the Minister of Public Works up to noon oi Wed
noBday, the 10th day of December, 1913
for the erection and completion of a
Court-house at Merritt in the Vale
Electoral District.
Plans, specifications, e-ontract, and
forms of tender may be seen on and
after thc -0th day of November, 1913,
at Iho oflice of W. N. Rolfe, Govern
ment Agent, Nicola; R. Gordon, Government Agent, Revolstoke; E.T.W.
Pearse, Government Agent, Kamloopa;
H.P. Christie, Government A^ent, Ash
croft; J. Mahony. Government Agent,
Vancouver; and the Department of
Public Works, Victoria.
Intending tenderers can obtain from
(he undersigned one copy of the' plans
end specifications for Ihe -um of ten
ilollors ($101, which will bo refunded
on their return in good order.
Ench proposal must be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or cer
tificnte of deposit on a chartered bank
of Cnnada, made payable to the Hon
ourable tho Minister of Public Works,
for a sum equal to 10 per cent, of tender, which shall bo forfeited if tho par
ty tendering decline to enier into con
tract when called upon to do so, or If
he fall to complete the work contracted for. Thc i heques or certificates ol
deposit of unseecessful tenderers will
lie returned lo them upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on th" forms supplied, signed with (lie nclunl eignnturcof the tenderer, and enclosed in thc envelopes
furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
.1.   E.   GRIFFITH,
Public Work-   Engineer
Department of Public Works.  *
Victorin. B.C., November 18th, 1913.
Once a week to Dec. 8th.
TAKE NOTICK
That I shall not be re^onsible for
any dchts contracted hy my wife, Sarah Best, nee Wilkinson, who left her
home at Bison Siriing, Notch Hill. B.
C, last December, 1912.
(Signed)
ROBERT BEST,
Notch Hill. B.C., November 20, 1913
1st iss. Nov.29, lm.
IN JI I A It I OF CITY
HOTEL SAVOY
SEATTLE
"Twelve Storiei of Solid Comfort"
In tbe Centra of thinjrs—theatre*
ami stores nn both sides.   Uinleliui;
alxiltit.'lj fireproof—concrete,steel
snd ih.ii cli-.
ECROPEAN PLAN—11 perd.yep
With Baths—S2 per day up
AFTER THE FIRE
you can smile if your loss is backed
up by one of our insurance policies
We represent the
BEST   INSURANCE   COMPANIES
and, while our rates are low, reimbursements are prompt and sure.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. Kin-caid, Manager.
Come and look at our Triangle Sad
Irons - guaranteed for ever.
PRICE.-b LB. IRON. $3.90
A.G.    DUCK
Estimates given free.
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying your outfit of working clothes
for the bush. 1 make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets nud everything
reonirrd in vour business.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned, ami endorsed "Tender lor
Immigration Detention Hospital Build-
in..', Vane Oii\'r. H.i \.ll lee nwived
at tbis office until 4 p.m. on Monday,
De. ember 29. 1913, for the erection of
tbe above named building.
Plans, specifications and form ol corn-
tract can 1* seen and forms of teuiior
obtained at this Department, at th»
office of W. Henderson, Esq., Resident
Architect, Victoria, B.C., and on aP*
pli. ntion to Mr. A.J. Chisholm, car»-
taJno, Public Building, Van'*ouver,B.C.
I'r-e.n- tendcrim: are notified that
:e i il rs will not be considered unlefe
made on the printed form^ lUpptMf
and «i.ned with their actual signatures
-tating iheir occupations and places
of ree'idenre. ln the ca^e ol firmr, th»
actual ••ipnBi ire, the nature of the oo-
cupatiten a'ie!  i' I lene of rack
member of the firm must be piven.
F.arh tender must bc accompanied by,
an accepts cheque on a chartered bank
payable to the order of the Honnurnbl*
thc Minister oi Public Works, equal
to ten percent. (10 p.c.) of the amount ol the tender, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to
'liter into a contract when called upon
to do >o. r.r fail to romnleto th- work
contracted for. If the tender bc nol
i.e-ept'-d tha cheque will be returned.
The Department '">     DOI  bind itseM
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. 0, IIKSROCHBRB,
Secretary-
Department of I'ublic Works,
Ottawa,  November  10,  UU.
New«papern will not be paid for thia
advertisement  If Ihey insert   It    with-
rut authority frr.'.n  the Department.
Irt i»«. No\. 29, 2t. '. PAGR BIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, I1KCI0MIIKR HI. 1913
ATTRACTIONS
AT EMPRESS
There will hc Beveral Brat-class attractions nt this popular play hoit^e,
during the nexi few weeks. Theatregoers will elo well to keep their eye
onl lies.' columns where Ihe theatrical
news will  be  found.
POULTRY SHOW AWARDS
icontinued from page one)
Oup    lonated  by   Kevelstoke  l'oultry
ation for  the best Male uud female,   Orpington  class    Won by W.A.
Foote,   ReveWtoke,
Cup donated ley  King  Edward hold
;  r the  hest  ana,  ben,  • oukorel      nml
. k i*. Umi Orpington.     We.a by
F. W.  Lali
Cup donated I'.v  CF. Landmark   for
.   md   drake.    Won  Iiy   R.   •)■
: m TllK GHO.  SUMMERS CO.
lonated  ley   F.G,  Bews  ior besft i    The Ueo. H.  Summers Company con
S       ,.   R.C,  Black Minorcas, mule or   eluded ihoir    season at  tho     Empress
Won bj   J    Mathie, Uevelstoke   theatre ou Saturday  night,  wheu tho
lonated by W.A. Foote, forthe comedy "Winuing the widow" was tho
l>        end, hon,     cockerel and pullet,  uttruotion.   The performance proved to
Whi        coin   Ions.    Won  Iiy   B.F. Cay-   the liking ol the uudienoe, which mudo
tevelrftoke. up in enthusiasm     what it lacked    iu
mated by Uoy Smythe lor iho   numbers, and   eli ited   (rom  Mr,  Suiu-
{,.... pen  of R.I.   Reds,  3.C ,  won    by   mors an expression oi ihe manner   iu
F   Fleetham,   Revelstoke. which   the   endeavors ol the company
Cup   louated bj  !•'.   G   Bews tor the   during the week  had been received   by
beet   cock,   hen,     co ■ ■■       anel   pullet,   local audiences,   lie hold out the hope
White  Rocks.    Won by  Hoy  Smyth.'of   that  the companj   may bo toeu on tho
eoke. boards at tho  Empress  again  m      iho
lonated  by  thc Revolstoke  and   Spring, ani if  ihut  ,.iotni-o sbould   bo
Arrowlakee Poultry Association     for i fulfilled they ean rely upon playing tu
ih   besl  male bird In ihe' show.     Won   better  houses than  they   obtained  last
I".   E.A,  Orr,  Chilliwack.
i.i o eb,naied by Mr. Cassidy, Van-
couver, for the best femah in the show
Won  i y  l-:.A.  Orr,  Ghilliwai k.
Valuable Badges givon by the li. C.
Poultry Association forth.' best male
and female all varieties competing In
each of the follow n.
American—Male. W. Allan, Chilliwack, S.C. K.I. Rod .   ockeri
American—Female, H.E. Waby Enderby, Barred   Ri» i. hen.
Meditereanean E.A. On Chilliwack,
Male and f ale, White   I. gho
COMING TO
OPERA HOUSE
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SALES and WANTS
week, where there were a number of
strong local attractions and events,
which naturally niiliaiod against crowd
ed house.- at the theatre, Tho vaude -
\ille turns whi. h weie successfully introduced into iho program between the
acts of the mice, were clever uud elic-
Ited well di'-'i vi'd encores.
THE BOSTON  OI'ERA CO.
Among the members of the Boston
Opera Company, which appears at the
Revelstoke Opera House ,,n Thursday
Dec. II, in "Said I'a-'hu'* the following,
galaxy ol talent will participate in exploiting the merits of this most popular melange of mirth, music and melody. Miss Hortense Travers, n cousin
of the famous generation of singers of
the Te Reskeys, is the proud possessor
ofa magnificent eoprano voice und
knows kow to use it to tho best advantage. Although Miss Travers has
1 ecu trained to sing best in the higher
grade of music, she is nol averse to ren
ilcring the' more modern style, and introduces, with telling ellect, sin-b songs
as "Every Woman's Eyes," "Because'*
and various  others.
Mr. L. Barton Evans, (he wnnderful
baritone, is another grand opera singer who has forsaken that high plane
feir thc environment of tho comic opera, and interpolates such numbers as
"Till the Sands of ihe Desert Grow
Cold", and others equally as popular.
The jaded playgoer who has     been
surfeited with musical  medley     which
hardly   professes   to do   more than   exploit a  single  waltz   tun... will  alwayf
j welcome a comic opera,   Anyone of tie*
I twenty  singing  numbers  would  be    in
I.'i Kit. line Minimum 25c.
gjgjajsisjBisiajsisiaiafSEisiHisisjajajaisj
BUSINESS LOCALS
Hobson's   Iiave   all     their new  figs,
dates  and   shelled   nut-,   order  enrly.—
We puarantee satisfaction.
FOR SALE—A 24 foot Motor Launch
Seven H.P., Fairbanks engine, with
reverse. Will sell reasonable. Apply
to F.N.  Roberts, Arrowhead,  B.C.
I _	
WANTBD—Smythe's Employment Of ■
I,mc. men for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythe'e Employment Of
lice, First street, Rovelstoke,  B.O.
WANTED—Washing well and carefully
done nt the Colored Hand Laundry,
MoKenzie and Victoria Road, tone
29U,
WANTED — Nursing, apply to Mrs.
.McDonald, Connaught avenue, second door from Second street, between First and Second streets.
SOCIAL til NRSS.1U
have contract
WANTBD—A competent general houde-1
maid.   Apply Mrs. R. Howson, Mc -
Kcnzie Avenue.
WANTED—Teamster wants job. Apply W.P., Mail-Herald.
i -—i	
WANTED—B.v young Japanese boy,
house work by the month, has had
experience. Apply to Post ollice,
Box Hi;, Itevelstoke, B.C.
Mr. CB. Hume s boys
ed the whooping cough.
Mrs. C. R. Macdonuld will not receive on  Saturday, Deoomber 13th.
Proi. Brownell has beeu called away
on account of sfickuoss iu his family
News of his return will lx) announced
later.
Mr,  J. Masson, formerly     munugei
hero of  tho P.  Bums  Co.,  und  now of
Vancouver, came in on Sunday,  called
by the sad news of hiB mother's death
J. M. Keliie came in from  the coast
tho first of thc week on a business trip
Mr. Keliie has just completed the erection   of   a handsome residence in Victoria.
The Ladles  Auxiliary of  the  Y.M.C
: Co. are showing a most j A (   wiu  hl)lll    ft  business  meeting  at
.. of childrens' sleighs and1 ;j.:iu,,,,„_ on Kl.itiuy aftcruaon, at th.
residenco of the president Mrs. T, Kil
lay ordering your currants Patrick,
peels, everything now     iu
Reception and evening gowns, Cross-
man & Co., ladies and men's tailors,
havo placed in stock some twenty-four
evening dresses, these models arc tho
original creations of famous French designers and therefore feature the most
up-to-date advanced styles. Call and
seo us for your evening dress. — Ci*es"s-
man and Company.
Order your Mums cake from Hobson's and you will get one thai you
will be' pleased to serve to your friends
Ladies    evening drosses,     the latest.
fashions,  eight  only—balance  to
nt $20 to $S0.—Cressman nnd Ct
Howson
complete li
out tors.
clear
STAR THEATRE PROGRAMME
Revel-
English—Male,  C.W.  R    '
wack,  Bufl Orping oi    oc
English—Female, W.A. Foo
elo' ". V, hita i Irp ugion hi n.
WaU r Fowl—R, J. Bollard, Revel -
Btol   . White i 'kin drake and duck.
i ty 1'. u. 1 male and I females of
on pure breed variety, weight class—
I'r   '   5.00, won by Uoy Smythe. Bufl
RO     9.
I lility Pi n. i m ih ui'l l hens of one
pure breed variety, non weight class—
Prize  Im.OO.    Won   by   E.A.  Orr,  Chilli-
wack.
Cup donated bv  Arrowlakea
Pi Association for the best I'til-
it> '■ en to • onsist ol ! mak  and     I fo-
mi 1 a    Th" said cu ■'ii   three
tiro   .   Won I \   E \. Orr, ( hilliwack.
'  ii    .1 Ri cks   ' 'oi li   md  hen, donat
. | . .    he-  Re      tolu   Hardware Co.—
Pl -due  $5.(111.    Won  by  W.H.  Pat-
Ion, ' hilliwa' I
t'i.  lerel and  P Barred  Rocks-
Don •  l by w.   A. foote
Whil i Rn ock  and  hen -Donat
*.*e.'"i.    Won   by H.E.   Waby,   Kn-lerby.
ci ..iv.'.ne  iiacdwau- Co.,    prize
valued   it  -  ,00.    Won by Roy   Smythe
J;- • '--.oke.
erel and  P diet,    White  Hocks-
Don ar. \ by i'. It. Ma dol val
i            5.00,    Woi    bj   Ko)   Smythe   ul
-eoke.
l< *! Rocl ock and hen—Donated
bv   ..:. A.G.  D yi.tlO.
Woa ly Roy  Smythe,  Revelstoke.
■ ac I   Pullet—Donated  by    IC.
G. . e va  ... al  •'■'.00      Wou
I      Ri y  Smythe,   Revelstoke.
Partridgi   ' ;o Co k and hei    Di
uat d by I' ;t val
ue ;o.>.'.'.   Won  I ■,   V. ■-.   Si ij tin    i •
-
erel and   Pu lei   Don ite I       D
.-.    •    lai d    nd Hat   Iton
1 ■    "    .    j   Roj   3mj the.
r i'eu ited Rock ,    i k   md ben -
'•e t .* •:    bj   li.   M innii:.. p
J       .    *.v,,n
- w-. indol * i, i md hen -
Do a* d by \i. ■"■ in Ti b • n i 'o..
pr. e vajui *•"."". Won > H. Wilkin-
.fee   Chilliwack,
Co**ierel  and  pullet—I
McSorley, Won    by
J.   s;;iw,  Rovelstoke.
Sil•■ r Lbc   Wyao otte
ben--iionat. d    .  .v Ho eon, pri •• vain  W.0O.    Won  b.v  FraO'ls  Bourne.
Cockerel and pu I it Doi ted , H
Ki Kino >n, pr Won
Kian-i- Bourne.
Partridge Wyandottes,   Mk  and hen
—Mail-Her, Id
by .1 I.   Stark   Chilliwa «
Cockerel and | illel Donated by J.
Walker, prize alii" l/i.OO, Won by
J.L. Stark, Chilliwack.
White   Leghorn ,   B.C , aid hon
—Donat<-d by CB. Humi     PriM value
45.00.   Won by E.A. Orr, I hilliwack.
('O'kerel and pullet -Donated by F.
B. Wells, prize value J5.00. Won by
E.A.  Orr,  (hilliwa i.
Brown  Leghorns,  S.C
To-night—The  Green God,   part oue;
Thu Green God,  part two, The Groon'
God, Part  three; Sally Scraggs House-'
maid;  Daves Love Aflair.
...Thursday—The Harvest    of     Flame, '
pan one; The Harvest of Flame, part
two; Comrade-, The Statue-. Hy Mayer |
Friday—The Bankers Daughter, part
one; The Bankers Daughter, part twi;
Tho Half Breed Sheriff; Binks Elevates   the Stage;  Hy  Mayers.
Saturday and Matinee at 2:30—The
Snake, pari oue; The Snake, part two;
Haul of Providence; Everybodys Keating 'Em.
Monday I i.cie Tom's Cabin, parr.
one;   t'ne-le   Tom'-'   Cabin,   parti wo'.l'n
cl Tom's Cabin, part three; Uncle
Te.m's Cabin, par' f..in; When the
l'rince Arrived: Three Little Vagabonds.
T day     \  Bride from  thc Sea, part
nc. A Uriel from ho Sea, part turn;
Mother; Dorothea aud Ra/amata'.
Wedn sday   Tli    lil i !.  Sheep, or    a
Flight  (or     Inheritance;     Thc   Bl.iek
Sheep, part two;    Tho Black     Strep,
prize value  part three;  The  Lil'.le 3kip|>er;  t
Lom    I aivi ■  ul  Weekly.
Shop Early
Shop Early
Xmas Rapidly Approaching
OM.Y    1
HAYS   MOUU
Now is the time to make your selections when
our large stock is at its best. When making out
your Gift List, don't overlook tbat our Store is
brim full of opportunities for economical Xmas
Shopping.
Here Are Some Suggestions for M
en
Mufflers
House Coats
Bath Robes
Collar Boxes
Slippers
Ties
Handkerchiefs
Armlets
Suspenders
Gloves
W.   Laing.
Ii. I.  Reds.  5.C.,    ock and  iion—Dole ited by Enterprise Brew.n, c.j., prize
■ 5  "      We.n  by  !•". Fleetham.
id   pullet— Donated  by   W.
Bews, ' .    ,', (j,    .,,     ^
Allen, Chilliwack.
Rhode   Island  Reds,  R.C,  ,.ock  and
Doi il   i  by M Kinnon I
■i      I5.0O,    ••      by    F.
. i
B.  Williams, prize value to.Ou. w ..    ..•
t a k
.:
J. Mclntyre, prize value $6.00.      Woa
by J. 1   .
> Wan
Bl .
■'   * Laughton, .
Won '... :■:. \.  Oi i
i.
'■  '1'" •    •        Won
by k ..      HCk.
Doi - .. D,     prize
■
Bated   by    P.
■     B
'.!
.,
Done ed Ilium,      Ue  .due |i>.
Won ley   ■'.   \    PoOte,
ook and hen-
'l by  Armstrong Bros.,     pn/.'
alue K     Aon i,v H. Smythe
Cockerel   ind   pullel   D nated  oy  L.
'■I'i      n. a     alue J.ri.iK).    Won by  C.
W    Bobbin ,  ■ hilliwack.
l'it<"on-,     besl  collection in slc.-v
Sil 'I   iup   lonated ny Mrs. R.oy     M.
Smythe.    Won   i,y W.A.   Morris,   Revel-
-toke.
Turkey .  Be I   Tom  and  Icn   Donated by R. lio.i on, prise value 96.00.
cock and hen W"n *" *n' Hl,,hald*
Everything  Done  Up in Fancy Boxes
Do "not d
raisins .nnl
stock.    All fresh and none hotter,
Hobson's.
at
Boys!      Roy.-!
from Howson's.
Duy   your  Jlciiih
Realizing lhat Rovelstoke IB a live
city and a good point to locate at, J.
W. Allison and A. 0. Aubrey, two
yoiiiiL'inen. "xpei i clothes cleaners hnve
opened up business at ill! Front street,
in this city, at the Reveistoie Clean
inu and Pressing Emporium, l-;vo them
a call when wanting your clothes
made like' new. See their business ad
in this issue. The motto of this firm
is—"We  Never   Sleep."
Old Mother Hubbard, she went to
the cupboard, expecting to quench her
thirst; but when she got there, the
cupboard was baree the ol I man had
been there tirst.—Co to Cressman, the
Ladies' anil Men's Tailor for your fall
nnd winter overcoat and you'll not be
disappointed. December sale now ou
suits and overcoats SI", regular price
$'.25 and $30.
Mir.W. A.G0RU0N
Revelstoke Clothing Company
Shop Early
Shop Early
Appointed City Clerk
At the last meeting of bho city coun
oil Mr. W. A. Gordon was appointed
city clerk of Revelstoke. The apt*oiut
ment was made by a lull council, and
ia one whieh will have the hearty eu
dorsement oi the citizens aud ratepayers ind all who have eoiiie into contact wiib Mr. Cordon during bis term
of.able  Borvice  in lho town  olli'-e.
Mt. Gordon is a native of Aberdeen
Scotland, and came out to this country six yi'ais ago alter filling with distinction important positions in Scotland. Th" lirsl year he Was' in Canada
he spent with an uncle in Kent Ooun
ty, Ontario, after which be was for
about a year a resident in London
Ontario, before coming west. He has
been almost lour year- in Revelstoke .
arriving here in July r.MO and lioine;
for sometime ,,n the C.P.R, staff al
Reveletoke. Since Augusl 1911 he has
I been engaged in the eity office, nud in
April last was appointed acting city
j clerk. He has established for himself
n liigh reputation locally anil has eu
Gold Runge Lodge, No. -ti, Knights dcared himself to a host of friends Wh<
of Pythia-i, will meet in futuro on tho Will join with "s in congratulating the
1st and 3rd Wednesday evening, aud new city elerk upon >ii- appointment
any 5th Wednesday at 8 o'clock in Sel- to that important position, which it Is
kirk Hall. Visiting brothers cordially hoped he will long continue I,. occupy
invited.   A. E. Kincaid, C.C. t.f.  No more popular appointment      could
have boon male' to the position.     Mi
Gordon bae  demoiis'trnled    most  ■ on
Try Hobson s fur your egeti and butter for yeiiir \inas balding, it i.ol .heap
they are good, that is more than can
be said for some you havo tried.
Kor Baby cutter robe.-,  go
Howson's.
to
R.
FOR riALE CHEAP—A small     Coal-
hoatcc, in good condition.   Apply io
Mail-Herald Office.
WANTBD—Small houS', iurnished preferred.   P.O. Box 914, Revelsloke.
i at to .nsure  ;hc success oi
i-calli I opera now-a-days,     and
it ..; hard to -o     n.aay
.. I   b    hoard   Ji: -
be   oui-e ot one play.
evhom it may concern:
The Bostonian Opera Co., aPl
in my   house to-night, in a   produ -■
of     Tiie iie^.ar Prin ■•     aad I    &n say
a   size    of the organization,
and at tt.e      .     , it ii one oi  the be-t
hat r.fta  played tho Metropolitan. The ]	
* from ih- itandpoint' WANTED TO BUY—One Steam Boiler
em ind the    per-
*urmar. that    was
Ladies' evening drosses, the most Up
to date stock from coast to coast. —
Cre'ssma„ ,lIK) Company.
GALT  COAL
in  Revelstoke  by  ihe  Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
The Bostonian Opera Co. probably
the best attraction of the luud ever lo
Visit this city will appear at the opera !
houso tomorrow Thursday evening.—
Secure your ^euts early ut Maodonaldi
drug store.
clusively      durin ; his
eity   elerk that   he i
term    as fv tinr
eminently  tittcel
I for  the post  of eity clerk.   Thc    com
I muni ty haa  more cause  than is'     perhaps srencrally known or recognised ti
is handled exclusively I be thankful that the administration oi
tin' affairs oi the .-ity has been, ate:
happily is to continue lobe, in the
capable hands of such an efficient and
Conscientious
■ Hi' i.ii a-  Mr. Gonlor
OBITUARY
| FOR SALE—A Team of Horses wei^'h
ing  1J00 lbs. each, also fai mer's wa
i
gon, sleigh and harness. Apply io
W. Parry, the McKenzie avenue auo
lioneer.
A.W.   Harris an   experienced
porl clothes cleaner and   dyer,
and  ox-
liun   op
pleasing.
•  ed       Terry  .\b.Kean,   Man.
.i     rhee
Belhngbam,   Wash
The     Bos'on i Co.
l>ear at the Opera House, tomorrow,
Thursday evening -our.; yoar teats
early.
50 to CU h.p.   Oi,
State  price  and location
P.O. Boi 70, Revelstoke, B.C
The Wreck of the
Ancient Warrior
There  [mssed away at   her   home    ii
Den. 1 us, om , on November 24th. Mis
Laing,  widow oi Rev.  John  Laing, D.
lened    up  a new business in this city, i,,    ,in<1 mot*her 0, Mr. K.w. i,a,ng.oi
called the Parisian Dye Works, Ltd., at  thisctty.   although     he.   health  had
,13tj  Second  Street,  wesl.   Mr.   Harrie | been failing for the pasl  two years, yet
j says that  he has selected   thU   city  tor I tne , nii ,.,„,„. ,,„;,,,  unexpectedly,    and
1 his business in preference  to other  in- | s|„. h ,d |„,.„ ill but a lew minutes when
engine -5 h. p.— terior towns and wis'hes    us to assure Lhe expired.   She
Address,  0„,  maDy  readers thai all  his  Work is |
strictly     guaranteed.   His motto is — '
"Clean the Town."
IRD OF THANKS
Mi.    Uld    -; ■
S    Mn •■ to   onvey their ain-
in-     !■ r 'tw    endly  sympathy
An  up-town     buiineris man,  on his
Way  home  ihe other     day   met  with
mall  boys    oa-tiiiM  down      the
TUNNEL TO COST
EIGHT MILLIONS
xpirod. She was in her SOth yeai
and leaves to mourn her lo-s flve eont
and  throe  daughters.
Mr. F.W. Laing ^iu-nt the month of
June this year with his mother, aftei
Ihe General Assembly of thc Preaby
lerian church held in Toronto, to
whie'h Mr. Lainir was lay-reprosenta •
live  from  Revelstoke.
Rogers Pass Contract
When  sluing quietly  reading on Friday evening abnut  ten o'clock,     Mm.
Maison,     sr., was overtaken with     a-
A railroad contract for eight million   stroke of  apoplexy.   Medical  aid    was
Dig hill that leads to lower town. This d0Uars has  been let to  the  lunnel-driv-  hastily  summoned  but   she failed      to
sight of   the  boyi,  hilarious  .sport car-   ing hnn of Jumes A.  Mcllweo & Sons   revocer  consciousness,  passing      away
inel   e>n-idernteo: .'   nod him buck to bia iai distant t liild-  oi  Denver,   They  have agreed  io drive  peacefully   ut three  o'clock   on  Satui -
.nt .h,„ ,,,,„„,,.,],., ed hiuj^eit  ten  mUes ol  tuunelfol   the  O.P.R.    iu  day afternoon.
■   i   ,    ihe Provime of   Britisb     C,lumbia.—      Mrs.  MassGn,
..... .,i     of      the     speed-sled.
Vol! I    All
r.-adv  '■■
ii ihat
—Donafc'd by Revelstoke Win" and
Spirit Co., pri/e va'ue 16.00. Won by
R.J. Ballard, Revelstoke.
Cockerel and pull't— Donated by O.
W. Bell, prize value ii.HI). Won by R.
J. Billard.
Buff ly-L'liOin--, B.C., cock and hen—
Donated by llourne Bros., prize value
15.00.   Won by J. Waters.
Cockerel aod pullet—Donated by O.
Shaw. pri-*e value 18.00.   Won by   F.
Geese,     arelei   and  goOM—Donated by
BJ. Burridge,   ptlte value $5.iK).    Won
by  L,  Dupont.
Rest BlhibitioB Pen In Show Doa-
ni"d by J.O, Barlxir, prize value $.r),00
Won by   W.A    f)rr, Chilliwack.
Games, cock nnd hen -Donated by
ll. Comozzi, prize value $5.00. Won by
L.  Dupont. #
The Reveletoke and Arrowlnkos Poul
iry Association wish to thnnk all who
helped io make iheir show such a«uo-
S     R    lliown and   her   tanXhm,
Mrs.     W.   H.   Markland of  PlCtOU,   On'
loi   a  two lugs'
oasl    ii ■  ng
s.nce of    Mi      a own    Mi    Drown    is
de,mi .ll'-d  a<   the   King   Kdward.
The Indie    ,,f  Si    J.,
i omploted       arrinKaments    foi     their
a  oo   md   sale of   home  cook tag     in
tbe  Howson  block    neu      Wednesday,'
Dec.   17th.   They   bave a no'iA   MHort •
menl of dainty and ueeful articles suit
able f>,r  Ckristmni  Ki"s.   The  lm/aai
will continue aftei noon .nei evening
who  came to  our  city
Work will start on January 1 and muy live years ago, from Nelson, has   Livod
,: the ravage! oi yearn  ,„. ,„m|1.„lc(i  wilhin  Ulrui! year8_     A WK iinCe at the home of ner son> Mr
m the body corporal, he invelghod one double track    bore,   live miles     long I^ewis     Masson, grooer,    of the lower
of tb ■ ', I.,  try      bis   will be  driven  under  Rogers  i'ass,  224 town, nnd it   was at  his  residence    tho
imied.       As  he    wenl  careering   wildy   miles West of Calgary.   A smaller and luncral service was conducted on Tues-
,  hi   "et  one e,i  oUl lO'al   parallel  tunnel  will  be driven,      with day at 2 p.m.,  by  Rev.   J.W.  Steven-
tvho wa      .   , lounded     ai   the   itobh iui.s i,, the main survey at every son in the presence of a  large number
hat     he aod  Ids faithful    teed  live hundred    foot   and stations    will of sympathetic friends.
itood   dumfounded in   the  middle      of    be  established  from      which    headings      The late Mrs. Masson     was born in
ead. will be    tun in either direction.       in Scotland 7(years ago,   and   came     to-
tbis   manner, the tunnel proper     will Canada with her husband    and family
-hoi ily bo     driven from a dozen    dli- in 191)1.   They settled flret on  the prai-
ferent directions.   The contract is said rie but afterwards moved  to     'Nelson,
lo be  the largest tunnel job over     let B.C.. where     Mr. Masson     died Beven.
fn thi    perilou    oriels, a   in others,
action is required on the   pari
of  the man a-   the helm.     Instantly,
..ni nr.igatoi'   rapid Are mind     one
to the conclusion that the only     way
a prevent a ontaetrophs was to elr-
- am tin', igate I in     on  ll n n.  but, nn-
| fortunately, some ol the dai te rity   of
youth hiui departed,a fact  winch  ie
Mr.  W.    H.  Marshall,  the withori/od  "l>1"- • '"   Wrecking   th-  sled, and   hurl •
end exclusively aicnt foi  the    (irand ing the ffould-be iport with consider-
Trunk Pacifie ofTloial TowaaiU ot 8ml-  able (ore   into the  gully   beln«     Siaoe
ihers, will i^ in iteveist,,!,,, ,,,.„( week I then he lms i n   ontim-d to his reei •
iii America.   I'oustruution Camps cost-
iiik   ),"i0,tk)0 aie now  being      erected at
Rnfl le.fcnma    RP     o clt -~l u„      cess:  also lhc  oflleers  and  men  for  tho  The   phenomenal   KroWth  ol  this   town   ll"'"'ff <"' Kr'""  *'     hul latest btlllc-
,«eTl Uie ol the Drill Hall. has surprised the world, there being al, '""-report  him  rolvdwit
(readyn   population  of  IBVen      hundred l     "A   **A&9I   but a   wl»er man.
Mr.  McLatichlin of    Fort     William, \ people and one hundred busiuess houses      He wol'e 'k*1 morrow mom."
Donated by F. Yoiinp;, prize value $5
Won hy F. W.   f.slaf.
Cockeml  and  pullet—Donated  by P
i3ent.  prize value I5.00.   Won by     F.
] will  arrived on thia evening's train.      | Ihere
Better link nexi time, H.N.
years     ago.   Since   coming to Revelstoke Mrs. Masson's kind aud sociable
•it.her  portal. disposition      made her    many friends.
She was a member of the Presbyterian
church and lived always a consistent
Christian life. One daughter, Mrs. C.
A. Bolton, of Calgary, and two eons,
NOTICK Mr   Lowis jiaseon of this city andMr.
J.S. Masson of   Vancouver,  are  Ieft to
All Oddfellows are requested to meet  mourn |hp ,„,, „f „ |oylng ftn<] uympa.
nt the  Selkirk  Hall on Thnrsday,     at lhetk, moiher.   Mr8.  MBH30n j, 9urvjT
11 o'lock  to attend the funeral of the ^j alg0    by  two  brothers in     Sydney,
late Brother W. E. McLaurhlin. Australia, and one brother at  the old t
J. Mathie,  Secretary, home in Scotland.

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