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Vol. 19- No 102
REVELSTOKE, B. C,  DECEMBER 24, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
CITY GOUNCIL
REGULAR MEET
Laundry Schemes and Laundry Sites
Discussion and Strong Sta^-  .^\»x.
tto'1
Aid. Barber—Does il interfere with
any other Industry?
Mr. Sibbald—Tlie people I represent
have im industry here.
Aid. Bat'ber—Oh.
Mr. Carlson—Couldn't smell a chicken '.
mit has ever been asked und grunted ,
but 1 told them others were chanoing
it. i
Aid. Horobin said as late as that
very duy he was led to believe that a
I ennit and license wns granted for a
laundry   recently.   He   understood    ap-
LAUNDRY BATTLE:
transients' Trading Licenses t» *°be Increased
to $500.   Election Arrangements.
Coy—1  did not  catch  them     in
Aid. Howson, a
cd at the   regular
eting mayor, presid-l    Mr,
mooting  of the  city  town
council held on Friday night, wiicn
there were also present Aldermen Mc -
Kinnon, lloiob.u. Burlier, and Bourne,
-with the city solicitor, Mr. MoOarter,
aud ihe city clerk, Mr, W.A. Gordon.
The following is a continuation     ot
our report of the proceedings from lho
joint reached iu tbe reporl in our last
issue. The matter of laundry sites was
under discussion.
Aid. Horobin—He said he hud
iu every   house In   that  district.
Aid. Bourne—I understood him to
«iy every house he bad been in bad
signed the petition.
Aid. Barber—You did n.it go lo Sib-
bald's.'
Tbe city soil, itor ?aid there was a
petition produced which had been sign
ed by ti'1 people resident iu that pari
of the town, some of ihem livmg immediately auja cut to this plavo. Tbe
petition -ay ■ thej have no objection to
ihe use of Carlson's premises for a tem
1 oui >  steam laundry.
Messrs. oiubuld and Carlson both
commenced io speul».
Mr.     Carlson—They ali said     luey
vvo ■   . .        ...     I to see a luiiiidiy      go
in Ui re.
Mi. Sibbald said tho property own
yone could sny he hud objected to
s'ite. What he wantod was inform
ation. If certain people in tho vicinity
of ihis proposed steam Ian-dry objected to it could this amended bylaw be
altered ornot?
Aid.  Barber—Not with   that  petition.
AN ARMISTICE
Aid. Bai bei—Can you get their nam-
i es tomorrow, it  might belp.
Aid. Horobin -Wer.' you at any of the
houses which I meotioned just now'.*
Mr. Carlson—WhichV
Aid. Horobin—Mr. Gordon's or Sib-
bald's?
Mr.  Carlson—No, 1 knew  lie is cutt -
ing my   throat, he   has always  done  it.
There is n,,    use    going toa man like
that.
Aid.  Horoliiu—1 cannot see this pet-
been  ition is  worth   lhe   paper it is   written
ou.    There are   two   boys of   12      years
each who signed it.
The Chairman—Read the names.
Whilst  tie-  names      on     the  petition
were being rear] Messrs. Sibbald     an.l
Carlson maintained a heated argument
in tones   -o insistent  .is  io frequently
drown (he   proceedings oi   the    council
proper.   Aid. MeKinnon asked bow this
mutter hud arisen
The city solicitor -aid Mr. Coy asked him aboui ibe position oi laundries
nnd he said be thought tlie bylaw
should be amended. He went to Aid.
Barber and ith r an.l Aid. Barber
gave Instructions for an amendment of
the bylaw  to be prepared.
The Chairman said if th" amendment
ofthe bylaw pusses there Wad uo u>'ces
eity to do  any tiling  about   the letter.
city solie itor, withrespect to the
ersh .. ic asiuiig nothing  requestinthe letter, said he represent-
uu.,.. out   ...      the  ordinary,   e
when lhe; the'  .ny   to protect
pro,' i .. ..   u      a   .   ee   previ ul the  du-
ie.  .   ,.   of property.      The
pio, • i. .. a.   speaking tor,
ivenij limes
that   o..ne ,   ny       Mr,
....  in,     ice io     Mr.
Carlson -a    iho news ol    ilioso
-vh,. g  laui drj   I ci.i-,
e ..ii, ly as.ved    ior
0        tie     pi   -.ll.OU     S..UM      ee.
■ yl.e  v. iio liven     awaj     iroiu
u.e . laundry.
\, Messrs,     Bi
.,n I U ippi "a hed     in
conn  u because oi
their  , linen,   Si
ou . nut   in
lau.11.,   1 1  UIO     |.e  lilloe     ill.-,      .Villi   tel
everj .. i ■ to.   In ,.i    I
: ied  e.u  business  right
ui ih   centre ol  the town und enemy
worn i      -..    hai   they weie not i  iji
... did
not il ye- cifl     lhe    a ue    oi property.
Tbere no smell Irom  i lie la
ud noru than from the brew
ery.    Tie- liill'bin.-i v   v. a- oi   *.li.'    latest
Md. Horobin said he did r.ot think [plication was made to the council.   A
laundry hud been running since ho had
been a number of the council bul the
mill ler had not eome up oflicially.
Mr. Sibbald said mention baid been '
made ,,f the fact thnt machinery was J
being 'brought in to start an industry.
There was at least six times as much
Mr. Carlson—What more objection money invested in that district in pro-
can there be ton steam laundry than perty. If those property owners ob-
to the bii; brewery.
Aid. Barber—The brewery  was  there' (Continued on Page Two.)
before these people came io live tlu-r ■.   .>
The Chairman—I think It quite deal   j*jj
Special Meeting of the City Council Hears Objections to the Carlson Barn Site—Mr. Briggs
on the Legal Position.   Mr. Sibbald's Views
Acting Mayor Aid. Howson presided  eyesore io   the community.   Tho
at a speeial meeting oi the city council   giving you  powers with   reference
held on Tuesday morniug, when    there  steam laundries gives you powers
lypcaie.l     .... .,  I    leet   Ilia --I'  lie,IS.'    lo    COIl    ^[Jng  „, , ,|,
.-uu.  ■ a nuisance.    In   Kuiuloops  and
\ ei a.in   la iu   perai ion   in
in.  ' entre oi th.- town and bo "   ■
ion wa- rained by anyone.
Aid Horobin said In looking over
the name ■ ol the petition ie ii .ti ed
tone ,.: the   i Daturas were thoso     ot
Imys oi   I'J  v.- ii    ..I   ij. .    Il   had    been
■tated thnl  evory house In the immediate   i inii > li.i 1 i.e.ii v Luted and     lhe
signal s 1,1,1 j di,, tbe petition. He
took exception to thai tatement. Kor
instance there were no natures by
Me- i . Woo.I, Wallace. Gordon, Lid
Uy, Morris, Payne, Taylor or other
ri'Hiel. ni-in thai neighborhood, imt
th<- petition did contain tbs name ol
people ic- Ing a lar nv i the I lol
iimbia river bi 11 ■
Mr. Carl on dd at some ol th-
bouse they wenl to there was no one
at home.
Aid. Horobin -Will you lell me one?
Mr. Cnrl-'on Mi. Wallace nnd others
we tliouglii vve- ihould gel In  town.
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PURE   frOOD    CANDY  IN A
CLEANLY   STORE
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B!neoni ig-   local IndUltry b]
purchasing   Cnndj    mnds   In
your   eity    Buy  youi  Ohrlll
nin      i' nniv      from   u .     uni
Home Mad-- ,,i  Bile, md   11.00
are sxtrn Km i   v duo . al
MANNING'S.
Wheel.    Ill- Hfta.il
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request I eing  .   intcd.
\l I. McKinuon -aii in- had been no-
tiiud lhat as h'- wa- a .ine-toi of ibe
West Kootenay Laundry company, u
woul i be Ul jal for him to vote in
ihi - in ittei
'I bo  Cli e. i     he did  not  lUink
ihat would |
on - .   .    ndment ofa bylaw.
Aid.  Barber moved Ior  la.eto   iu-
.  .. ndmont  co the laundry
... la.v.
Al I. I         i -   not mean
that a  laiuidej    -„u b«  put up  against
..    i
Al.l.   itaeli-i   -:-•• .-n i  llii.  lirst.
Aid. Bourne—Well, i omoua it.
i u the tuntii n being put, Aid, Bai
bi i an i  Uo >otcel ior it andit was
.    . ni    . i iting  against i..
Ur, Coy a . I
■ ll.   i le   aid then   >. ■. ■ hand laun I
i .:n e,u_-  ii. id a  steam  laun Irj
Would nol impair the valueoi pioperty. As businessmen thought ttiey
won! I not ... 1 ke this
to . i outside the e-u>  limits.
Mr,  Sibbal and
•lis lului ed   -.   pi rsonal
was Bpea
ii     on in half e.f persons he r.-pie
who    were Interested in  property     in
that neighborhood.
A  formal  , i of amend -
ing    the  bj I ' ::■ u put nnd car -
ried ul-diliiiia motion that the .uu
elided bylaw l>.- r.'iid a lirst Ume, Aid
erini'ii Barboi ai I Bourne v.,iin-_ for it
end tb.   oth i    ildermen     Dot voting.
'i.. Ing this um-   • ui   ii.-i w	
Me   e . Bibbald ind Carbon wns  kepi
up with ir" to, in   fact they  were much
ui""   plainly  audible than  the aider
men.
Ahl B0rber moved thai the amende I
bj law be read n third time.
Aid. Horobin—Do I understand thut
ii thi pa m a te mi l um,iiy .nn th..
erected anywhere?
The Chairman—What about ilus Mr.
M< Carter!
Th.' ■ itj   eolil ite.i     \...  ih.-y  Iiave   to
gel a lioensefrora the .ity. and if they
ere llnbletocreate o nuisance, the lie-
Bl . .o, l. refused, or anyone' on pro-
i e-ny adjacent <*,in Objei t. The n ....
■latency ol the prexeni obji Hon is -„ up
parent t cannol help but call attention
t.e it. Those who are making objection
to llii- laundry, an* the very people
who nre asking to have the laundry by
law extended iu block 90. What about,
ih" people resident in the Immediate
Vii mit)   of   ih.it   hlock?
Mi Bibbald nai I there was apparent
ly a feeling thlrfwasa pei onni matter
He , ured ihem il wai nothing of the
sort.
Mi
llie amendment of the nj..i„      .-a.    i
; be dealt with before the letter is.
j    Mr.  .Sibbald—Mr.  MeCarter said this
letter was ngainst it.
The city solicitor—1 said the obje -
tion was coming from lhe same quarter. In one breath they ask for a laundry to bo built ou Block '.I'd ami then
object to another. Thai is tneou i I
ent.
Mr. Sibbald—We are simply asking
the Council to deal  with it.
Aid. Barber—Well, vve are trying to
deal  *.vi h ii.
Aid. Horobin—Can you give iHe information I asked for. If a -.alii objection is laid later can thi.- bo altered
Mr. MeCarter—Vou can bring in an
nmendmenl to a bylaw ut any lime, lu
two days. It can be altered or repealed. They cannot build a laundry in
two dayB, If you lind ihey are going
io build in ,-,n obji ctionable plat .. ■ i
. an alter it.
Aid. Horobin—It would nol be possible io alter thai amendment of the
by! iw to put in the two lots asked tor
tonight?
The city solicitor—It is onlya tem -
I orary matter this.
Aid. Horobin—Suppose someone Ran
ted io put a laundry eight in the hn I
ness part of the city?
Tin- ciiy solicitor—The -ouncil  Id
;. i-s a bylaw, or au amendment te. the
I ylaw, forbidding it, They would have
to submit  plans.
.Aid. Bourno -'aid ho did noi  think .*
right to pui a laundry     th -.    s a
the  Wish     . :       operly owners,  but     it
whether it *.va-   .
st or in  accordance with   their  wishes.
an.:on ■ would   liki    o
put a  nuisance on any   ones  pro;  ny
Still it sc-mcei unfair to Btop     a man
ii..in  going ahead with a  new  in:
no        •    understand this tem -
porurj       ....        Ho i ould see no rea
ELECTIONS
: were also present Aid. MeKinnon, Horobin and Uourne, with the city clerk,
Mr.  W.A. Cor Ion.   Those present also
, included Messss. Sibbald sr., aud jr.,
Ur. Briggs, and Mr. Coy.
Possible Candidates for the
position of cTWayor.—Aid.
McSorley and W.I. Briggs
Askea to Accept Nomination.
Though the date fm nominations iy
the positions oi Mayor h.-aA Aldermen
for 1U14 is. drawing near, up io today
there lias been a marked absence eei
activity, ur au apparent lack .,f activity at any iate, in the ciiy in regard
to the approaching elections.
This conspiracy of silence was maintained, so far as we are aware, up to
iui
iu a most welcome fashion by tbe intimation that n representative delegation of citizens had approached Aid.
ri.J. McSorley with a iepiesi that he
allow himself io be nominated for Mayoi-. Aid. McSorley is, a is understood, e-oii-idjiin"; the matter, ii ho
should decide to stand be will toim a
eery strong  uud welcome candidate.
.Mr. McSorlej has been a resident of
Revelstoke Ioi '-- yeais, and has occupied a .-cut on the city council for tiie
past two years. Prior to commencing
in ihe hotel business he was u :o omo-
tive engineer on the C.P.R, running out
oi Ue elsto '. Some seven years ago
he beanie connected with the busines
with which his name is associated at
I n - n . te., King lSdward hotel, winch
i remi i-i    - ntly i ef n rebuilt an I
d up to date in every  particular
. o.i     li tho   ii si  known buildings in the city.
Aid.  McSorley    i.s a popular citizen
and businessman, with hosts of friends
a' I
to
to
define districts in wbich laundries may
be placed.   That power was lirsi given
in 1900, and urose Irom an agitation in
Vancouver principally and in   Victoria,
ulso, again i manufactories being dumped into  residential  districts.   That U
our main objection.   If a laundry     or
any manufactory comi   into a re'sidc.u-
ial district  it   undoubtedly   depreciates
th,' value ol  property about one-four tli
from the'  i. si limial  standpoint.   That
is th.-     main .. i .-   . in.     This district
ba   ... m tor 91   ne tim    set apart prac-
u ally lor resi lences and there i- a dia-
ui : whi.-h has been  sot apart   practio-
Aid.  MeKinnon moved that  the am- ally for laundri s, down  where     other
tndment to bylaw     74, dealing     witb manufactories are, where the   Chinese
laundries, be read a  third time.             are and where thc Win,-.-ued Spirit Co.
Aid. Bourne seconded and the   motion  i-.   Thai is n 1   I set
MAYOR'S  ALLOWANCE
Aiid. Bourne moved that the bylaw
uuthorising an allowance ot $.">00 to the
Mayor in respect oi 1913 be finally
Passed.
Aid. MeKinnon seconded and ihe' motion was agreed to.
LAUNDRY  BATTLE.
aporl for bu in -■<■.,' ol lhat Bort, ilu
warehouses ure there and the coal sheds
Bnd the res! oi I m el iui 1 . .-. Why
ihey wi aun Irj in a n idi n
was carrie I unanimously.
The amendment 1 , > i I that notli-
ing iu the section coi. erned shull be
deemed to apply to steam laundries.
TheChalrman—It is now* open for dis tiai , ,wn I cam, •    coi
cussi0n. Onthe other hand 1 taS ion to
Mr. Briggs—1 appear, with Mr,   Sib- the validity    of  tbu  bylaw,    1  do not
was- then broken ,Jald > Mpresenting ,     ,. ,„.,. ut     raBi - think if
dents and  property owners in   the  vie- will hold  wai  1*.    I -ni.il
inity of Cnrlson's barn     in opposition point in regard to  bylaws
to  this  proposed amendment.   I    have ture, thej   1  .. ;
a petitionhcre with regard to tiie   ui'- every -on ernin . I       ai  line     uf
position signed by 17 persons (he read nude. But th
the signatures)   These are all resident liscriminatc   ■ ,
iutliit  immediate  vicinity and proper- rii ., i
ty owners, three  of  them very extensive   propertj   owners, and   they     cer- made a ■
i.iml;.   object to having a laundry or a that  regards
manufacturing ph  a      kind dump tion   0 I n order i
ed down iuto our residential district. A possible to  0
I    ".-I':  to a certai    extent is no doubt	
a nuisance and will probably become an (Contin
ib rAiit
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At ihe Hotels
Christmastide  is the  time  ,,i      jood
.-  :a an-d Christ ma    laj   .uiuei  is   ;.u
important feature ol •
There Mr. Thi .
Belt in 1
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safe to
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-011 againsl  using tho building for   t,ec   who will  be delighted should he decide  To most people Christmas day
tinip  being but ii people  round     there
e not  in  favor ot it how were they
I .   jet thom  om 1
ii Itor—\on 1 ..,11   ha'-■
1   ie. prevent  ti  bi Ing there.   If
, mcil decidos it is met    a proper
.1  1 Ior alaundrj   the.) - an  puss a    iy-
nw   • . -inii ii out.
Aid.  Horobin—As I  understand     1,
t,if  lor a   temporary    permit.      Ne, one,   lie wenl     ou   to say,
ora in favor of a steam lauudry
than he was.   He did not like to     see
money  140.114  to Orientals irom lauu -
dries because they did nol ur"t any benefit Irom thai  money,  that  was     the
whites did not.   But ho desired to .ael
certain matters to llie attention of the
OUncil.    In  the  past ihey  had hud by-
to accept nomination for the position uot be complete without one meal
of Mayor. outstanding  mei it au J    .   dity.
ti. n d v.iih reference to his po- .  opie will enjoy ih^ir Chri
.-ition late t] \\.\  McSor- ner amongst iheir families aud .
ley    would 11 1 en il ment  beyond ;'    .si 1 thej  can be trusted to
that  he Was  co    iderinc      the  request the most of  the  opportunity tor a jry-
thai he should run for Muyor.
ANOTHER 1'OtiSlLLH
J list before LOeiig  to press we learn
thai a requisition has' been presented t0
Mr. W.l, Briggs as iic,r bim to accept
nomination ioi   the position of Mayor.
in reply lo a ipieiy, Mr, Briggs said
he had been approached by a number
of citizens in ihe matter and would
give careful consideration to their request. He added iliut he is strongly 01
opinion that municipal matters should
lie kept entirely free from i'rovincinl or
ous reuniou. Hut many others will not
be ahl. :.. partake of Christmas tinner
at home, a c, nsiderable prop ■ ton uf
the residents in Revelstoke * >i example, will be tar from home, :i the
real s n oi ih ■ v.o d. on . hri.*iaas
day. But they ne, d not la-'v a ^cid
dinner em that, account, In fai there
are noi wanting Indications lha
will fare   - um i-1   tl • id
cats'*  day.
laws broken by people in the city whioh   Dominion politics, und free from par-
liad entailed hardship on one porsonat   ty politics in any |0rm.   "My firm op-
*. a- Mr. Carlson knew. If ihey
I .. ed bj laws tbey -hould enforc •
them. A month ago a permit was giv
en for u laundry in spite of lhe bylaw,
They all appr 1 iated tbe need for a
steam laundry but unless bylaw* were
In some lurge cities; particularly in
London, lhe fashion has spread oi      te
years of eating Christmas dinner In 1 u
hot.'l or cafe,   The big crushes, the an-
inlon is,"-he said,    "thai thocity    of imatei Bcenes and  the wholeheart  Ijol
Kevelstoke has been     ma'4ng a    big  lity which prcvadeseomeo! the    ..ill
mistnkoin  tho past bj   ullowiug   thee  fomous London hotel dining 11     on
1-roud questions ,,f outside politics   to  Christmas day, on." experienced,   ian
bioiighi in and disrupt local affairs  Mver be forgotten.   Whil I   nol
be
Thi
tftim SSfiiinii in
is Now
Mi*. Harrj .,        4   .
ergy and fori ihought this wii
miodsol   .
in In- starting in
WHERE  IT  IS  LOCATED.
This  new   rink , .... ten
ti um  Fir,
an ideal
midway between lhe old town a
elstoi c proper.
8AFE SKATING.
The idea 1 i havWj  ihi   rink in   our
midtt where  lhe lovi     0
amusement   can enjoj them
out the     11    ol dro  ning in .■.
'""il appeal to all classes and
■ lis.
has boon 100  mu< li .-v id
nee
oi
n.i    lh,. did not see nny use in pass  cliques intho pastiu regard to Munici
pal matters, and that sort of thing
■hould be entirely eliminated il the
best  results lor tbe ciiy generally   uru
learn the
hus  been
in- to   advocate the    genera!   adoption
■ ■I ihai custom, we can assure .ill  1 ho
intend or expect to have Cbriatm.is din
ner in a,, hotel in itevelstoke thi
will have no cause for complaint      il
10    I..- attalnsd.   Some people locally they patronize one  of the premier u-
may not realise the    position but one  lablishraenW.   The    Revelatoke     hotel
has only to travel outside ibe ciiy   to  will offer a wide choice of    seasonabli
infavor.-iblc Impression which edibles, which will be served under tbe for,
■rented with     reference     to personal supervision oi genial ho-t A.
Revelsloke in other parts of  the pro-   J.   McDonell. at   the  King  Bdwardap-
Ald.  Horobin woulel nol   vincu.    I   prefer to make no definite stu
from ii,    nor  tement jusi  now as to  whether 1  bIiuII
thought    the  accept nomination, as 1 desire to give
team laundry project should be   sup- the mntter the consideration its   im-
ported  rather thnn  tinned  mitof   the portanoe deserves."
city,   There was too much   of     that. THE RETIRING MAYOR.
ilri'iuly.   This nmn   had      Wo  understand  that Mayor  Kilpat-
iflered to pul up    a  rick,  the retiring mayor, does not inlend  tend to  seek  re-elootion   to   that position.
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ing   llieni.
All. Barber said at the time lhe bylaw wa |..,--',e(l they wero Buffering undei different conditions. It was passed to protect property owner- in regard io Chinese wu-Ti houses. They
could not call a sienin laundry a wash
liou-e in that sense. The steam lauudry would  nol  be a iiui-ance so far   as
be able lo Lret nny smel
wolllil   Mr.   Sibbald.    He
There
'un I ol tl
come forward  and
laundry .li.cl if  the couneil eouh
liiin a helping  hand it was np to them
10 doi  it.
Aid Horobin—1 appreciate that, but
I want to know whore we gel off at.
Under Ud- bylaw ,,n agent lettable and
I rented nplace for n laundry.
The Christmas service-ul  SI. Kraii.'i-
propriate decorations are already well
advanced and  the  menu for Christmas
day i.s nuchas will ensure nn enjoyable
dinner to all  who participate ol Pro- ■ | |
prietor H.   J. McSorley'- ^uol cheei ■
Mi---'r-. Abrahamson Bros., at the Cen ■
ir.-il, are  shaping   to  surpass  all  pre- u
ions  achievements    on  the greal  day, x
and nre preparing on n lining icalelor S
a crowded and merry party; and at the ■
Union  hotel the   table as-i-tants  ofthe ®
PRICE  OF    SEASON  TICKETS.
The i'ii  1  .ei tli  .     a ■  ai ran
•' »li i"'.      de,   Gentlemen 14, Ladles
88, fin. In I. • ■.   ingle a mu- ion
cliilel'ei,   1,'c.
T'' '*ery   n II ation that   thero
W1" l'** - 1 • ■ as Mi. Purkei with In
of expei *   ■   ,'i.a tei     a ie 1     by
Jack   Frost aie  work ii;    doubk
''•""'' ;' '" ''  the  I'.- .      open     air
tink among youi     Christmas
ments.
iiinu-
■   ». ». a a, ■  M' e   a   ■
GET IT AT
THK S( KAM BOWL '*
The Sugar Bowl wisbe- all
friends and patrons "A Merry
Christmas ,m 1 -, Prosperous
New Yea 1 "   Tb u
un:
niglit     followed by    a  Low
Thanksgiving,   At  10:30 a.m.
Mass of
a  High
IK'I'M1* ■ ■ ■ - ■ - « « ■ ■ «,V   ll-'
Aid. MeKinnon said he did not     10
Sibbald iaid ths letter and this  member any application ,, month ago. Mass, followed Immediately by Bene •
smendment wen two distinct things. -     The city derk.-There was no    per. diction.
repeated M   edi argument.. .mit, they asked me about it.   No per- v.icc
1 1
There will  be
evening -cr-
QET IT
"THK  SUGAM
.. you
v, e   I
of lbe same
AT
BOWL
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one and only Pete Levesque will     pu»   g)
church will be as followst-High   Muss before Chrlstmarf diners smh a repast   m   p,„ £^M hoping we
Sen,,,,,,  beginning ati! p.ra.  t0-  as wilt please the most  fastidious   and g    merit a cohtlnuan.i
is enlcid.-u.'d in insiill  tbe real Christ-  fj
mas  spirit into all  who sit  down     to g
what will be a memorable banquet (we g)
have seen the menu).   Not least, tbo
ugh la 1.    comes the    Windnor cafe.
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BBlliaSlISSEirggSKag PAGE TWO
THE, MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 19«8
§ews £rug*ftore
Fifteen years of business endeavor hns enabled us to
the Mevelstoke Public a better choice nnd a better deal
vear  lliau  ever b'fore.
Ea li  succeeding  year  bas  pleased  you  better  than    the
- ling  ono, nnd  this year forms a climax to the situation.
We are e.lToiing for sale, presents for old and young
I wish to remind you that we stand behind tho quality
;   goods  and  guarantee all to be the best produced.
*\
l*LSA.*w^LyWi aastltiHii
WORTHY of MENTION
HOOKS
and   lesigns Tl"'   newest     Fiction,
. . fa-els   and fai- fro a    Uu-    lust.    Known
Rev,    toke   5    drop authors.
-'.'.: ii 'ar    :: •'< >    $1.25 —
Canii,  eaeh    IOc      • " E'  Pauline Johnson ''
CHOCOLATES
Willai Fo    lipt   Chocolates
Tli"   1   11 '   on   Earth.
ALBUMS
Memorial   Fund  Card....
  ...   25c	
Hoys   md  Cills  Books—
lor   all   "...yes.
DON'T USE
CITY COUNCIL
Acetylene
Benzine
Kerosine
Mitro-Glycerinc
or Paraffin
TO BRIGHTEN
UP YOUR
FIRE
USE tsxi^ssix^smsBsm
COURSIER'S COAL
lContinued  from  l'age One.)
jecti      "  ibis luimdry should not they
li    .elied   tO.
Tin- "iiy solicitor said unless ihey
gol in.* industries in tlie town those
who had iinested in pioperty hore
would have done better to keep ihoir
■ oney.
Air. sibbald said li- understood there
iver -      -. .ial  other siles iu  view.
The -ii., solicitor—YeB, but you canii . ild ii I i-.ndi'v Ilus fall. Hero is
.i . :i in building belonging lo Carlson
.,-! I : ■ lias :i chance to renl il. He asks
us i i e-: nr the wuy so thai heshall not
break th" law. I !e has asked you to
ni.: • . oa on able so that he can com
,m.  .win  ih.. requirements.
M r. Carl on A n-n' i I a property owner loo, iVhj don'l you remember
thai ?
Vld, Barbel Well, we are trying to
•oil.  wnll a  minute,
Mi n i-iii . ns ih.'ii pul and curried I       i I ..i   Vld.   I lal ii -i-      and
CHRISTMAS GIFT'S
C        .,-:,:'."''--ts^..*-v
CO.-v mk ..|
No 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, Snow-shoes, Hockey
.Sticks, Parlor Lamps, Blectric
Camps, Blectric Irons, Barnes'
Vacuum Cleaners, Carpet
Sweepers, China, Cut Class,
Jardinieres, Brass Coods, Silverware, Watches, Olooks, etc.
Pudding Moulds, Pastry Cutters, Cake Tins. Bverything
in Kitchenware.
GROCERIES
Our Grocery Department is, as usual, stocked with New Seasonable Goods of Choicest Quality. Raisins, Peels, Mincemeat, Nub.,
Candied I'ruit, l-ii^s. Dates, Candies, Christmas Stockings, Christmas
i i ickers (Sp -i ill and all kin I; ol appetizing things.
:a    Shol  anil   Photo Alliums     Nelson's    India  Paper—
Twenty-five cents  lo  $7.00    Classics,    each  75c.
POST    CARD   ALBUMS
Post  Ct   I   , : ims   50c to $5.00
SA RAZORS
Gillette   md   Auto   'strop  Safe-
zor - is, $5, $6 to $7.50
KODAKS
Ko.'a-     in   all   Sixes'
VIEWS
Revelsto' " Mountain
Vi 'Ws, in luding Panorama of Miller Lake and
K' a 1 ake, 75c each.
Framed   $1.25
PRAYER BOOKS
50 Pairs ol
English   Kid
Gloves
In order to popularize our
Real Ostrich Feathers,    We
Will  -e.l.I    ili.-o uti'ly   PRBE
a pair of well known English Kiel r,lo. es ei the first
5 ' par h "M-i ■; oi our beautiful Real Ostrich Feathers, at
.s! 75 eu- $6 V.m each.
l"he  i hair ":n—Are you  nol   voting
I.  MeKinnon?
' ! .'•..: aid hc did nol want
tolv mi ml a*-lood in connection with
thi . a i i* ca e ■ ome .' opie had
referi o iio ml matters. He agreed
to I n a * imn! lie •' " il Kim- (_,,
imii.i     -i   i"i   i ;, indry   I ee -.u--1 lie    felt.
i ■   ndry ha ' wanted.    In  the circum-
li     '.-. ■ • Id   pi .ie     io     a  slain
from  voting.
h        ain .-hi  look tho • oto again,
e.i  h    he ih il     Vld,   Har ■ -r     ;1ud
I o o'v I for iin 1    Aid.    1 lorobin
"J   li.'isf.
. hai       n —I e.eii'l    m .- in ied ti
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
i
Prayer Books,    Hymn
Camer  - S 1.00 to $10.00     Books  anl  Bibles
VANITY C AS Hi TRAYS
Silver    Vanity  Cases. Brass  Hon Bon Trays
..  convenience, each$3    35'- each  three tor $1.
J?-:- *s Qmg & $ook J'tore
come in black and white in
two si/es.
Post Free—Wortti D uble— Post Fire  ' h' unless il  is unanimous.
These dainty Ostrich Plnmei ' ■•■   '■*    aid   nen  were al ea ly here
are of extra fine fibres and I               binary was on  the way for
tl .          li   -  \     l-l         ■ - have
tli ' ni itter • iti I- !. ii nol  they     would
lt inch Plume SL75        ■■.'.:-     n  ; \ \ . the city  limits.
20 inch l'lume S6.75 or 2 for $12 75 '; b ■   . ty    l-r        Id,   l-Ioro in's vote
This offer is only good for a             ' ilh Ithe third  reading of the am-
Pl d< il        I '      al    this   •   e- till
II'. ellill      e;|      |    |,   .      m   ,,   ||(J      Ij \,,        j,,
...     lia o is for  In     • oto.    A   depu-
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to announce that tbey have opened up offices al the
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc, II will pay you lo
call aiid get particulars, aud get in on ground lloor prices.
We also make a specialty of lisieil property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
S-e.- -Treasurer
VY
1    t Store
*>?: -.
«~T  '
err    aAHSfer comfany
*.e   Transferred
tributing isA*
! Storage     .    .   .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES'   BUGGIES   AND   SLEIGHS   FOR   SALE
few days.
vi, ntion i-obit  of   plume  re
quired and size of gloves.
have   i   few   < (sprevs    Sample -
«5.50, ¥6 50 and S8.50. '       " '        . ■     r.        i      m  lho
idial       leinitv a      I li    i  to have
Send us > our old fe itheri lee ,. .  . . , ,
. ,   , ,    , i...   -it i   I..; I on    be  In de     For    a
be curled, • eanerl or died .
Charges im derate wt1      o ill .1 u   , •■ ii ,,u    oul I   be   pre-
ii rn- I  to   the i". n il.   Tl ;if wa i   the
The   D?.viso'i-Grant Milliner} ••  h   \ .     .,.:■„    ,„■ third
Sit) Robson Street ie  din _>   i ,     n  thai   night.
VANCOUVER, B.C. The ml     I then dropped.
P. O. Drawer No. -I.    Ti li phone No. 321.
i « Hjl BI»lM|w|l»|M|M|lTiTMlMlMlMllriilM '■■,<'.* f *•* *[*<mW
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a
P. BURNS & CO., L/MiTEO
TOHN LEE
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
AND
FANCY THINGS
-
^/lltvays the   'Best
"Shamrock   'Butter
ll   11    i ■■   RING   LilOENSH
,  :i* e-r  i ,r  lea. • t .    in
i -i     .-I  ii iei   . U    lo  i ii    bylaw
it'iitt  thi    I   a.   i .  n: i I iu   Ii
. . II .'.-..
■*>id.   Wi K .nuo i   ■   onded  .-.nei  ' bo ino
. 1 io.
.  liar bi     ,, ,, .       n .-I     ud ;., ui        ;
1 ol Which mi •>:' •   f~!
"i    io.il      he carg   hi „   me V'>i;*«*»> ■ F-:«*«r'w« «i«>!K »« v
■i    ipied premises   for    temporary
■;... ■ . For '■ be   an ol goo I -
.    ,  .- ; mi .     in mi     otnci nn i   by   i
P. BURNS & SO., Limited I
■ - n „e*i
Prettiest Designs
PILLOW CUSHIONS
PHONE 276.    N!GHT PHONE 71
Leggl Forms ass
pose are p
bvthe Mail-He-"!.!
DRESSMAKING
GUARANTEED
JOHN LEE
■
mi    li or a   lie -n.   .1   nn i i, mei i   for sis
;-   "i    .ny  pari tli reol . nd  dim YOUI*
•   i rader as a  i -. on who
itgi.i .. i i   license
l   lor a peril .
el i     Horn  ui Mi, to   -
, [ilil s to   nnj 'in   ii" a       now
peetive?
n  - ould.
Ime i   I
otions. I
ould  uol lie
•    li    thlny
while
i        lhu
•Vi) wni
XVI4S CANDY BUSINESS
Plain Mixed Candies, per Ib  15c
i  indy, large round ball     pei   20c
I .nice mixed, per Ib  25c
'.on Drops, several colors, pel  Ib.  10c
i'ii volutes, fresh ni.I i isty ii 'i .i>  10c iOc
John McIntyre ts. SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
%eid Sr Youngs
""N
nl
:.
I . ol.   |
•    -Yes.
il   finally
I
jMHMWMi tusWH^M
SPECIAL!    SPECIAL!
LADIES' SKIRTS
LADIES' COATS
Ladies' Tweed   Skirts.
This  Season's   Styles.
W
at .
Sale price .
$1.75
Special Prices
WINTER   CCATS
MILLISMERY!
for girls, 7 to 14 years,
All   Millinery
Price to clear	
at
$5,00
Special Prices
el N'O
- .   I
■
en
The Globe Lumber Co., J Ad.
BUILDERS'   SUPPLIES
Consisting of Tar, Roofing, £$» While
Paper;    Lime, Cement, Plaster,   and
Fire-clay. Doors and Windows.
——■—■■Illlllll I     Hill  .T7J5. I..
Ild
Ild
TO    THE   LADIES!!
■
RR '
i       i
.> "Reid (3L young <AJ
mill
lloroli n    It i    n ii      .v
I ... -'.,1.
'  I   '.ieen   I   would  like to     nv
ll iffl i     .end
h
lie ef   iti-
eiiiiii'd .m Page three.)
I wish io call lem attention to the (act thai I bave secured
.•iie fm- the famous 1'reneli corset, "Le Furet," direct
from Paris, ami cordiallj Invite \ our inspection,
In elegance, els tic nnd hyKcluic qualities il lias no equal.
I dnrcsay, If you'll comi aud inspect   .une, tlmt you wi!
II is lhe bi   i   . OU h.r, I   i , .-i  -een.
ioi ,i   'l.e line I,'   the newest and   best,   from   Paris,   They
-mi,ml \ our figure, be dth and purse,
I bave ahout half a do eu   imples to show you  bih!  it  will
take aliout six weeks aftei ordering.
H. F. M0RTENSEN
LADIES' AND GENTS
TAILOR
!
ACROSS FROM THE   "CLUB. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1913
BARGAIN
THE MAIL-HERALD   RR\fELSTOKE
PAGE  THP.EB
W CHRISTMAS GOODS
ji, r**r.iw*:B«^*trt3,«3«A!.  -      cjmm
Our Eastern Shipper doubled our order by some mistake on
CUT  GI ASS and CUTLERY
Our Patrons Will Reap the Benefit of This Mistake,   We will se: every duplicate while they last at A LITTLE OVER COST PRICE
■
SPOONS
Tliis is where we can save yon money. We
carry the largest antl best stock in town.
Just a few priees to convince you:—
Spoons.
ft
ii
ei
Regular $2.75 Now $1.95
4.O0 " 3.00
3.50 " 2.70
5 50 "4 50
4.00        "   3.65
All Cased in Handsome Boxes
KNIVES
Just
a few i-i the
in. ii)- ba
gains :-
Carving
Sets- Reg
$7.00.
Now $5.50
M
n       t.
6.00.
Now
4.50
>•
u        (<
9.50.
Now
6.50
a.
..        i.
3.50.
Now
2.50
Cellu
loid Kni\ es ■
ml Fork
s.
Louis XV1 Sets, l>i"
I on the
market.
Pocket
Knives all k
nils and
prices.
ii -umiBwrTiii i iiiiim
Magnificent Display of Sparkling
CUT GLASS
Of all Christmas Gifts, none so delight the ladies
as Cul Glass, scintillating as n does with all the mysterious Ines of the Diamond.
Each Piece is a Perfect Gem
of the Glass cutter's art.    Al1 the cuttings   are  clean,
deep, burnished and polished.
BERRY  BOWLS Regular $15.00.   Now $10.00
■•            '■ 10.00.    Now      7.50
       " 7.50.    Now      5.40
CREAM AND SUGARS ....      " 5.00.    Now      4.15
....     "          6.00.   Now     4,75
BO., BON DISHES, from $1.75 to $4,00
Vases, Water Jugs. Celery Trays. Jelly Disnes. Marmalade
Jars. Comport"   fuller Dishes. Spoon Trays.
ALL  GRADES REDUCED
We will put away any piece until Christmas.
We will pack any piece ready for shipment.
SILVERWARE
Every Piece a Beauty
Fenton  Bros.   Quadruple
i s dwt.  in all lines.
Butter Dishes Biscuit Jars
Jam Jars Bon Bon Dishes
Cake Baskets Napkin Rings
Cream and Sugars Jewel Boxes
ALL GOING AT 25 PER CENT. REDUCTION
ELECTRIC GOODS
READING   LAMPS
ELECTRIC   IKONs
TOASTERS        HOT WAT1 R
FOR THE BOYS
I land Sleighs Cheap
Sm   i*sl   .  Tl     Bt
B ■ s' Tool Sets Dandv
In addition to th( above Cut Prices, with ev give one kev to the splendid  New Williams Sewing Machine
REVELSTOKE
E COMPANY,   LIMITED
THE  MOL30NS BANK
»*«.. ATED  1866
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,SC0,C U.
BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A QENLIV.l. BANKIKO RUalNCSS TRANSACTED
CITY
REID   &   B_A_■;■■.■_* JIN"
Successors to E. F. Tuckei
tli tll.AK I ETTI RS (T CREDIT.
TRAVELLERS CHI Oli	
BANK MCNKY OKI H.!'.    	
Issued
Savings Department At All Eiar,ehes
Interest allowed t.i highest current rate.
Rcvclbttkc Branch. W. H   PRATT, Manager
" A Merry Christmas "
To One and All.
Thanking You for Past Favors.
NRST STREET
Armstrong & Co.
Penetang Shoe Packs, Pack Sacks, Pack
Straps. Rubber Shoes, Horse Covers, Mitts,
Gloves, Trunks, Valises. Hand Bags. Etc.
Boot, Shoes    Harness Repairing
SHIP YOUR FURS TO
DO t'Ol.B Uli: d SIKHS Dinn* wllti inr hrs*»t hatf-* ii. tiie KoriC
e( f»rliwvfl> In AMERICA*! KAM IDH
Get "More Money" for yonr FURS
snir TOUH hus TO "I BtOBEHT"
-»ith :,:i •   * letnlshed rep-
tllMll, Ml »'\j-.lM.,r foi
■ urBlunpi"!**!
AND PROPITAlll I. t  turns,   W i la t,.r ' Sbr »lieib:ri »ti"p»rr."
tlio only rellaMt, accurate ourkst rep rt sod pri    II I publish
WHu. t..r M—ROW   It's PR KB
A.   P.  JflUDtKI, InC.   |),P|. I.'; CHIC ACQ, USA
lornintion    i Aid.    Me
Kinnon oul    alio
i ,in ihi dam.   li 	
:, II 11
to
Aid.
Ill     thC    11,'lel'Illtll-
f- al   uu   i'i Ice ollered.
ne—I   In nol ilinie, v.
elo unj    mm tei loi -.,:in' unu.'.
Al I.  llm im .hi rn' It.
Al I.  Mi Kmn u    I   ; . we in  e|';
■ ili'i.
Aid. Bourne seconded and tin* motion
11 !• ,i the   n v    clerk to Bee    ;i
representative .>i' the firm during     tlio
weel -end on  the  sunject.
ELECTRIC  LIGHT  STANDARDS
Mr, Vi. A. Sraytlu wrote aKi-ing Ior
permission to erect two electric light
standards outside the Empress theatre
and o iked lor tree light.
The motion wa.- referred tu commit
t.e on ilie motion of Aid. Mi Kinnon,
bi dep i.y Aid. Barber.
\ii application Irom Mr. Smythe, regarding an        .1 lllltleell    lee    llle'    tlle'lltll'
front wn-   refi u.'il  iii the I'ublii Woi ■•
committee,
PIPES.
A lettei   wns ie,'nl (inin  thi' Lawrence
Ha     • i" i o.i stat ny   ilun when tii.-v
-I humHum   weight pipea   lor    ihe
new in.li -■ Inenl building ih,  luspectoi
i ilium ili'-m being iiiinr •■ I and
replaced with  extra   heavy  pipes. They
the ii fore desired t.. draw  attention  to
I tlie i i i ihai   Ihe    nil  pipes at  tbe new
i Mnn..ni< lull nnd   the   DOW   picture   then-
tre were nol  exl ra heavy nml   hould
thi i' -rn■■ be removed.
Al i. Barber moved t hnl  the mini' i
lh' referzed to the plumbing Inspector.
Aid, MeKinnon—] am nurprUad to
.think they ihould write nucha letter,
They .. -k.-1 permission to pul In med
nun |e,|H's in tin' Tapping block anil In
anothei building, Then Ihey nun
round and write such a Ictiei as that.
I mn ashamed we have a bu u»'-h Brm
in  tl ity who  will  do inch n  thine..   I
I   llir  motion
The inn'ion wa<   carried,
F1KK HALL CARETAKER
Tho matter ol tho appointment of a
new  'nn'tfik'T i I orf  the lin    ball)
wai referro I to commll tee.
Tin concluded the buitneii ol pub-
Ui   lnte ' t
'lh. ■•■■■ for     you who
id   sick—dou'i  dope
with ....oho....   "tonics.     We're back*
. sonal i;uar
your
a    .
I -
em in,   mai.      tb      " nu
opularit) or any real
, but upon il'<*  fact
te ulcohol in most ol tbem   and
the  d initio .mi  lorniing drugs
in some o; ih in give u iew moment*!'
exhilaration and Uveliuess aftei a dose
is taken. Altera while, even this eflect ceasi  ■ place, and ihu unfortunate patient, worso ofl than i *
lore, turns for relief io something else.
Don*i dope yourself with such stud.
Tuke real mcfflli ine  that  will do   you
real  tie.uil.   thai   Wlll supply lo  yi
stem the strengthening, dieeaae-reliev -
ing and ii ease-resisting ingredients a
i.ei-1 i.e.. Rexa I iilivt Oil Kinul- -
Ion, and get well and keep mil, It is
n real blood and nervi lood medicine.
It , ..iiiiui- no alcohol mer any • itlici
dangerous ot babot forming dt u
i- made entirely irom ingredients needed to build up ii." strength uni in-nith
ni the ailing.
Vou who an weak and run do* n,
and wen who are apparently well a iw,
Inu arc liable ta suflerfrom various
cold weather ailments, m>- Rexall olive nd Emulsion lo gel and keep well
un I       itrong,    Km  ih •  Hi-ikI-oUI,   i ihi -
down, nervous, emaciated oi debilllat
ed—the convalescing -growing children
-aged peoplcmil is a Knsible aid to re
newed itrength, better splritsi glowing
health.
r..'x ill Olive Oil Bmul Hon—king oi
ih- celebrated Rexall Remedies—is for
freedom Irom riokness of you and your
family. Pleasant tabling unlike tho
cod liver oil preparations you'll In-nn
enthusia tli about II n we are wlnn
you have noted its strengthening, invigorating, buildina up, dlsease-preveni
in- eflci i-. If it does not help you,
youi money will lie given buck i(, ymi
withoul argument. Hold In thi- cum-
niiiniiy only al our utore The Hexall
Store—one of more than 7,000 leading
drug -Ion's inthe United States, I'nn
b'Ir nnd Oreat Britain, Pews' Druir
Store, Revelstoke. /
Jo OUR  MANY   CUSTOMERS   and all others we
1     wish   "A    MERRY    CHRISTMAS"
and hope S:mta Claus vvill be good to y
EEID   &   B^RTOIISr
PHOTOGRAPHERS
I  TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY of thanking ::r   numerous
customersand friends for the iy in which
they have patronized me during :'..i- j :.-*. year  ind hope to be
red witb * continuano     f theii :i the future.
Wishing yon all  s very Merry Christmas ind a Kappj Nett
Office I  ii
S. G.  ROBBINS
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Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
Bnt there   ire still   i few people who
know wii it a a                            li' II -   Bread
ami  N tnd Butter make	
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 2*1
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THE MAIL-HERALD    P^V-LSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1913
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Mall Orders
To out' friends  that   may not b> able  to come to  town
Suggest]
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are suffering from want it behoves him gel it without in any way jeopardise acquainted with thom to take dining the property ownors and tho
prompt action lo relieve at any rate, value of property of people who are
pressing   necessities of  Buch   unfortun
The  amount  you  would like to spend—and Leave
selection  to us    and your
tho
will be sent, ami wi
Xmas Gifts
wiil guarnntep thnt   your
with our choice
friends  will be pleased
WH PAY  THE  EXPRESS  on    any     Parcel    up    to Five
Pounds to any plae-c in British Columbia or Alberta.
Choice Gifts
We' have the best As
irtinent  of Useful  tiifts to be had in any  store
in  British Columbia.
PLATED    BILVERWARE,    TEA SETS,
PICKLE  JARS.
BERRY    SETS,  and nice
CUT-CLASS WARE, Libby'a Best
Cut  Glass Sugar and Cream
and other    makes.
$4 00 a Pair.
Our  leader—
STERLING   SILVER  DEPOSIT     WARE—All at  a   Snap.
ENGLISH    CHINAWARE,   WEDGEWOOD and other maUes—to dear
BRASS   JARDINERES,   FERN   POTS,  CANDLE STICKS,  Etc.
CUTLERY,
CARVING  SETS, TABLE
SPOONS, Etc.
KNIVES      and      FORKS,
"OUR GOODS THE BEST"
OUR AIM TO  PLEASE'
PLUMBINCHEATINGJINSMITHING
k--V -%^,-%'*^^**^*V*^*»%*%^**^»^%^Mfc^^^*V^^*%^'%*% V"»
tes, and to do what ihey can to ensure' that everyone in the city.shall nave
the opportunity of spending a Merry
Christmus. In most towns provision
is made for the less fortunate members'
of thc community 'during the festive
season, and though happily that neces*
sily does nol exist here, ceii a large s.-a'o
nt any rate, we trust that Ihere will
be a general realisation of the truth.
Ihai it is by promoting the happiness
aird welfare of others that happin'jss is
really attained. In the hope lhal (lie
claims of the needy will not be overlooked at  this time   of  general  enjoy
ment we commend  these  lines I,
attention of our ren Iers.
th
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opposed to it being there. I move that
the mooting be adjourned until Friday
or that «. special meeting be called for
Friday night to give Mr. Coy a chance
of looking into It. I guess there are
points in connection with this which
Mr. Coy never thought ot or never
would he brought up. Ho probubly
never knew there would be objection on
legal lines or along the lineB ofa legal
poini. Probably, he would like a little,
time to clear himself. I move the meet
lllg lie ndjourned until Friday at such
lime as may be lixed for that date.
Tlie Chairman— How about Friday,
I.l  thut be long enough'.'
Mr. Coy—Friday morning would suit
inc.
Mr. Briggs—I understand a petition
was presented at the last meeting. Can
I have' a   look  at it'.'
'I'he • ity clerk handed over the pet't-
li.en  referred   lo.
(Continued from Page One.) Attor discussion  tbe city olerk  ruled
thai   lho special   meeting  could  not  be
tion io quash the' amendment to     the i ndjourned.
bylaw should you pass it. All men in J Aid. MeKinnon movod that Mr. Coy
llle same line of trade are entitled to ; he given a little lime lo prepare his
do   business on au equal footing.-    A  ,-ise.
bylaw must show no discrimination as I Aid. Bourne seconded.
between individuals or classes of per-j Aid. Horobin—I ilo nol want Mr.
sons or business. Bylaws which are Coy to go away with the idea that we
not general, which do not operate eq- aro bucking this tiling, We alf realise
unity and indiscriminately are bad, In thai we need a sieain laundry but
a Case Pirie vs. lunulas a bylaw was there has been strong objection agaiu-
set aside because it exempted new mun- st this -itchy ratepayers in the im-
ufauturles but  not those already exist -1 mediate vicinity who have signed     a
petition against  it.
Mr, Briggs—Wo hav
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CITY COUNCIL
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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FOR RENT!
FINE NEW BRICK STORE with
rooms above for renting; steam
heated throughout. Corner Fourth
Street and Railway Avenue. Lease
given for three years at $75.00 per
month       — —       —      —
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The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIIIHAIvl), Pkks.    Phone 42     J. I). SIHHALI), JR., SKC.
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Jt  Charming Gilt
*PearU>
c-Oer   shotvn   in
Upper Country.
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Diamonds, Cut Glass
and Crobvn "Derby-
China.     ->    .>    .>    ->
J. Guy Barber,
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«0 o-0 •» Oo <r« tj
CHRISTMAS TREES
ARE   DANGEROUS
and vou should  * e sui ••  *
plenti o( Sre ii n    venl
i happen.     Vou
find
OUR INSURANCE POLICY
to be '.'ae best proi
Vou re  !-.■>!
too lal   * poi i
Christm is if yo
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KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. K. Kincaid, Manager.
interior
Che fl&ail-lfoerafo
PI BLISHEl
BATlBbAY   AI
RKVKL8T0K I ,   B. < .
ADVERTISING  RATES,
Local Re'ading Noticel and Uu-inesH
locals 10 centri per line each Insertion.
Minimum local ad charge 25 cen'.s.
Display advertisement- 25 cents per
inch each insertion,  tingle column.
LEGAL ANI) OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
Legal advertising of any form, also
■Government and Munieipal Notices 12] ant
.ing. Ina case Jon.'s vs. Gilbert, a
bylaw imposing a Hcen-v fee ol $20 on
resiilenis an I $111 on non-resident nailers was lield bnd as unequal. A bylaw
musl show no discrimination between
clashes or persons or individuals. The
statute gives you power to regulate laundries ami wash houses bin makes no
distinction between steam laundries or
any other kind. I huve quoted a few
examples of cases decided on the point
nl' ilise-iiminalion. Voj have n0 power
to make any discrimination at all in a
bylaw.
Mr. Sibbald, sr.—In making this objection I have nothing against Mr. Coy
u'curt.ng a laundry in  Rovelstoke,    but
want it  where laundries are allowed to
go.   Tli" lots sold down in ihe residential   district   concerned are  sold   on   lhe
conception  thai   ihey arc protected ag-
ainst  these things,   and    a Very  large
number were sold on  thai  understand -
lng.   When the cow barn was to go uo
I ud I Carlson before it was built ihat
under Ihe act he was not allowed,     or
had  no license, to keep more  ilian       i
cows in a   place   of that   kind an.l   that
be Would  time to  maeeit  good   if    he
kept on.    Slill   he  went  ahead.      Last
year when I came back from   England
I went   after  him and   kepi at it    until
he or     someone el-e g..i   out  wiih his
slock.    Wo  thought   at thai   lime    that
ng was going to be done- away
with perpetually.    I  hold quite a lot of
property ili.-r.- and iu addition I   repre-
other   property   owners and   am
| here een behalf    oi something like     95
pei    ■ nt oi lhe properly  there.    I      uin
Ily against  a laiiudr    going    up
ml  shall take every move     po-'-
'     *.. :■    ' If it  | asses  ihi- council
It  woul I  i •• a   eieai   ntrisan   •
i 'e there in  i  •■  ry  short time,    I   .1,,
i      •■!   ay any more,
TheCha rman—Does Mr, SibbaM, jr.,
wish        ij  anythii
•N,r   Sibba        . —I think everything
a
Mr. I a . |  .,, ,.„..
n'-   building   I
would tx-
We  would be please     *
-. th>
to  in,,;,
>p] ■ wh ■
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l'i"   Chairman—We do nol   •
ny p ir*
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publtsbtng Company
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■ ant.
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Ud   Horobin    I
Ud  M k
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M Kinnoi
Mi    Coj     Y>-
Mr Coy Thai prill ui
11 I Mi Kinnon - If ihe n
council .igrc. / »0uld be in i. ,.,
ihat, I feel i.n,i,abiy tba ,.. t„.
v,r bbaW and Mr. Brig;
"°"H At the sme lime I al o ■•
''•*•* •"" ' ha' ■■ a feeling In oming
this town nml trying to gei „ laundry
going. I do n,,t suppose be appri i it
••Hit May much bul al bhe ame time I
do not suppose  the   evident   li      thai
*   ll* I   would    e;,|„e, ;,,,,.   ., ,;1,  im   i
dry.    If it in  possible  to give  Mr.
no objection to
ll steam laundry, at is jusi the idea of
putting this manufaclury in a residential  district.
Aid. MeKinnon—Its like tbis. 1
think ihe reason Mr. Coy took that
place in,i because it is a residential dis
triel bul because the building was
there whieh would make temporary
quarters for him until he got ready.
If he is such an objectionable character
that the residents there cannot toler -
ute him for three or four months', [
gnees- probably he will have to go some
where, else.
The Chairman declared the meeting
closed.
What shall I buy HRR ? Is that the puzzle ?
Tbeii here is a suggeslion worth thinking
twice   about.      Pearls   arc   jusi    the   thing.
Beautiful, bewitching, always fashionable
rvery queen wears pearls. A gift ill the best
oftiiste.    Will   vou   drop  in   and   see  these
dainty yet inexpensive examples of the jeweller's art? Slip round to-day; shall be glad
to show you.
F. G.  BeiVS.   The Jeweler
Regardless ,,f
predict i this 1
father's   poeketbook.
What   Old   I'robs
an   open  winter
may
for
cents per lin" subsequent in*
allowing 10 lin"-  -o th" in* h.
Applications for Liquor License- }.*j.
Applications for Transfer o.'
Licenses  $7.50.
Land  purchase
Water  Application     No*   * r,
100   words.   $7 ")U     ,r r   lf".    >
proportion.
\ :   .-iiher classes  of adv»r*is ng not
in> luded  in above -o  ie*    '.arced      at
rate  •,, •.   arraneeij  with mana.
applica'ion.
o'i.    •
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la-
> T7 JT CURES
J §J COUGHS
For Christmys Eating
we have filled this
biggest, finest l"t
fancy groceries   you
store with tlle
of staple alld
ever   set   vour
eves upon.     Every table dainty you
can think of; ever)  substantial  f I
product tbat you cannot do without.
Heller send or give your order as
soon as you can. You'll have thai
olT your mind anyhow.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41 Box 734
vziz*s:r£-ry?jz ?jaommm
THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY have the pleasure to announce that,
as in former years, they will be happy  to receive  orders for XMAS
HAMPERS.
To the readers of the Mail-Herald the Company will be pleased to forward
any ofthe under-mentioned Hampers, all CHARGES PREPAID.
The excellence of the goods supplied by the H. B. Co. is well known from
one end or tie Dominion to the other, and we therefore solicit your early orders
which will be promptly attended to.
HANTER K0. 1
1 bottle Fine Old Scotch Whiskey.
1 bottle Old Tale Rrai.dy.
2 bottles Old Rye.
1 bottle Tom ('.in.
1 bottle I'lll" Old  Port
6 boi les Lairei Beer.
HAMPER NO. 5
• "j"°>.'«r*c»e[- -
12	
HAMPER HO. 2
2 bottles Finest Old Highland Whiskey.
1 in.ttie Finest old Pale Brandy.
tl bottle II   it- Co. Finest Old Rye.
2 I ottles London Rock Port.
1     'iile London Dock Sberiy.
1 bottle   'Old  lorn'* «*>in.
■i bottles i pints) Bass's Ale.
$5.50
1 bottle Manhattan Cocktails.
2 bottles IL B. Co. "1*'. O. B " Scotch Whiskey.
' boitles II. B. Co., Special Old Rye.
1 bottle Old Tom Gin.
2 bottles Old Duke Port.
I lmttle Old Duke Sherry.
J bottle (quart) SparMing Moselle.
j bottle H. B. Co., Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed 26
years old.
12  $14.50
HAMPER NO. 6
12
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$7.50
HAMPER NO. 3
2 hollies 11. B. to  Besi Procurable Scotch.
_» hollies II.  B. Co. Special Old Rye.
2 boitles Vice Regal Porl.
2 bottles Vice Regal Sherry.
2 hollies Si. Julieu Claret.
I bottle sparkling Burgundy (Pomnwrd.)
I bottle II.B. Co.Fines! Liquenr Brandy,guaranteed
50 years old.
12.   ...' $17.50
.1    K.   JOHNSON,  Manager
RALPH   Q      ICR1 TON,   Kditor.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER  24, 1913
w-    wish    ill idiei     'he tlrne-
:   ,11   r-'l   wish   fe.e  the •          e-a on.  -
"A  Mei Happy nnil
l'i.. |.e• r,,11--  New  V'-ar."
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3bottles Pine i old Scotch.
■ ;„,ttles II. B. in. old Rye
■ bottles FineOld Pale Brandy.
' e''l Tom" (".in.
...■;   "Old S'iok'
I ,.   "Ve  i tide
ported In  II. I
I.
HAMPER NO. 7
Jtmaica Rum.
Hudson's Bay Ruin,
. t o. »ince 167H.
$10.00
HAMPER NO. 4
Hudson'    i j    Co   ' T'.*- I.B.'
I Pa'e Brandy.
I - Old I .mim;,I  Porl
•■ .   Bodi  ei Pah Shcri
Imtth  li.  B. Co., :,, edal Rj r.
• tii om   i ■ u.
I un  i larct.
Scotch.
I bottle Manhattan cocktails.
J bottles 11. B. Co. Imperial Sherry,
1 bottle II. B. Co. Special Old Rve.
3 h >ttles If. B, Oo. best p ocurable Scotch.
1 bottle (qnart) Still Chatnbsrtin.
2 bottles H. B. Co. Imperial Port.
i hotile  (quart)   Champagne.     (C.   Heidsieck's
Vintage Wine)
1 bottle 11. B. Co. Finest Liqueur Brandy, guaran-
anteed 75 years old.
12 $23.50
YE     OLDE    HUDSON'S    BAY
RUM   AS   IMPORTED
SINCE    1670
SII..0
■ ma I , ient Inllj ,,    hildren
ll, and it is   tr, Ik-   I oi.cd   'hat n>
ery  child in   R >■  will  h" so ut-
. n-el lo tOtnorT ma as to mil-" the daj
a memorable e,ni' And whilsi the'Inl
dren are  havi ,,,1   time,  as      w.-.
(oal sui" they will do, t.he "i<rown lips''
■ -en bei • oelobi ite tMi salon Hv sn
teniw wholeheartedly into the spirit of
good will which i associated with
OhrlstmastWn throughout the Christian   world.    Revelstoke  is  fortunate   in
thai there   are fe^w,    if any, residents,
who will not he m  a  po-'ition  lo   observe Xmas dny in the traditional man
ner by enjoying  tr<>>nl  I heer  and  |,lea8 -
ompnnionhip.    If thero he -ases
of
if
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Mr
le.
cents per line flrst rnasrtiou    and     8[ln  which families or individuals locally i""y    "" 'deration I   would la lie
io
lami
I 'eiy
sa
HUDS»N   BAY  CiTS FINE SCOTCH
WHISKIES
UK. Ci. Finsst Old Scatc'i, per case, $10.50
H. H. Co. "K. O.B." per case - - 13.50
H. H. Co. Host Procurable, per case -    15.50
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REMEMBER    YOUR
EXPRESS    CHARGES    ARE
PAID    BY    US
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HUDSON'S BAY PORT WINES
are specially selected and are of exceptional merit, attention being directed to the following brands:
A Choice Wine, per bottle, - 75c and $1.00
Fine Old Port, per bottle - $1.25 and $1.50
Selected Oporto Port, per bottle    -    - $1.75
(A wine for the Connoisseur)
Special Invalid Port, per bottle      -    - $1.25
THE HUDSON S BAY COMPANY,  Kamloops, B. C.
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' WHDNESDAiY, DECHMBBR 24, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALb, REVELSTOKE
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Humes Christmas Store News
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We "wish all our Friends and
Patrons    the   old,   old   wish
and thank them for a most
successful twelve months . . .
MEN'S
AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
Our stockjsf^Xmas drifts has never been so complete
and comprises many useful noveltiea that you will not see
elsewhere. Everything put up in separate boxes with ap-
propriate designs. Our full line is laid out open to your
inspection and marked in plain figureB. Everything to
make shopping easy for you.
WOMEN'S  FELT HOUSE SLIPPERS — many new designs
and patterns.   Cosy and comfortable.
Prices $1 to $1.75 a pair.
MEN'S FELT HOUSE SLPPERS-he&vy felt soles in many
styles and patterns.
Prices $1.50 t> $3 a pair.
MENS LEATHER   H3USE   SLIPPERS    Operas, Pullmans,
Juliettes, tan and black with or without cushion soles.
Prices $1.75 to $3 a pair.
CHILDRENS ANO MISSES  FELT SLIPPERS -all patterns
and styles.
Prices 40c to $1.35 a pair.
MEN'S   FANCY SUSPENDERS—best lisle and silk webs
Each pair separate fancy box.
Prices 75c to $2.50 a pair.
MEN'S  SUSPENDER  SETS—Arm Bands, Garters and Suspenders.    Put up in holiday boxes.
Prices 75c to $3.50 a set.
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MEN'S  HOSE SETS—consisting of silk hose and supports
to match.   Neat, fancy box.
Prices $1.25 and $1.75
MEN'S HOSE SETS—consisting of Hose, Necktie and Garters to match.
Prices $2 and $2.25
MEN'S ARM BANDS—put up in fancy b jxes.    All colors, all
designs.
Prices 25c to 75c
Mjn's Mufflers —many styles and patterns,
•trices 50c to $5
MEN'S SMOKING   JACKETS AND   DRESSING  G0WNS-
AU new, noDby patterns and style.
Prices, $5.50 to $15
Men's Handkerchiefs—excelda, linen and silk.   Either fancy
or plain bordered.   Linen handkerchiefs with initials.
Prices 25c to $1.50 each.
Men's Muffler sets—consisting of tie and muffler to match.
Prices $2.75 a set.
MEN'S SILK SHIRTS~P\ain colors or patterns.    All sizes
Prices, $4.50 Each.
MEN'S SWEATER COATS—Classy goods at proper prices.
Best makes from
$3.50 to $7.50 Each
SUIT CASES AND GRIPS-Ehhcr fitted  or plain.     They
run from
$5.00 to $40.00
MEN'S  UMBRELLAS—Best quality covers; fancy or plain
Sticks.
 Prices, $2.50 to 8.00 Each.	
Men's Neckties—The largest range ever shown in the City.
All shapes and all grades of Silks.
Prices 50c to $3
Men's Leather Goods—Purse Bill Folders, Tie Boxes,
Glove Boxes, Handkerchief and Collar Boxes, Tobacco Pouches, Cigar Cases, Military Brushes, all of
the best m tnufacture. Prices the lowest consistent
with value.
Men's Gloves—all the celebrated "Dent" manufacture in gray
and brown, either dressed or undressed leather. Silk
fleece and fur lined'
Prices $1.50 to $3.50
GROCERY AND  CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
XMAS   FRUITS
Malkios Bust Ilaisim;, 16 Oz. Pckg  15c.
Victoria CioS:,'Curlants, 16 Oz. Pckg.   2    lor..,25c.
Sultana Raisins,   160z. Pckg ♦    IOC.
Nabob Raisins,  12 Ot. Package ■ ^c-
Nabob Currant*, 16 Oz. Pckg, 2 for  25c.
Cluster Rainins, 25c, 35c, and 50c,  pcr     Pound
Pulled Tabic Figs, $1.00 per Box 	
Pressed Table Figs Per Pound   25c.
Okanagan Apples, No. 1, $2.25 and $2.50 per box
Citron Peel, per pouud   25c.
Lonion and Orange Peel, i> ir pound   20c.
Pure Apple Cyder, Pint Bottle  ,  25c.
Florida Gral>e Fruit,  two for    35c.
Cbry9tilini>d Cherries, Pit Pound   60c.
Assorted Chryxtillsed Fruits, Per Pound    75c.
Malaga drapes, Per Pound -  25'*
CrnnhiTiins, Three Pounds for ,.- 50< •
Grape Juice, quart bottle*185c, Tints  45..
Mincemeat in Five Pound fails    90'*-
Mincemeat In 25 tb,  fail", lor Hotels	
Helms Mincenii'ni in Bulk, Par pound  25c
Tea Garden Preserves, including Strawberries  Plums
Cherries,  Peaches, Arricots,  Figa and   Frapc Fruit.
Marmalade,  New  Walnuts,  Almonds, Bra/lls      and
Pecans.
Hunts Supreme Peaches, Pears,, Pineipple,   Apricota
und  Cherries, at  , *  40c
Hunts Staple Peaches, Peas and Apricots      3be.
Baskets for Xmas Hampers, 75c, $1 and   25c.
Good. Case E)ggs, Per Dozen  40c
Deadtnan's Honey ln Combs and Bottles,   all   sizes
Almond  l'usto in Bulk,   Fresh in for  Christina '
Ingorsoll Cream Cheese in Packages.
McLarius Cream Cheese tn .Tin.
Bnglish  K iii ton Choesel
Roquefort Cheese.
Bill Pickles in Tins.
Maplo Leaf Lobrfter in 1 pound an*! ti  pouud Tins.
Blue Point Oysters in one Pound and 2 pound Tin
Crosse and Blaekwells Cocoa in  1, J, &  1  It).   PkgB
Hunt loy and Palmers Biscuits.
Crosse   and  Blaekwells   Jams.    All  Kinds.
Crofl«c and BWkwells Pickles.—All Kinds.
New Stock of Canned Vocables.
NEW GOODS FOR XMAS WEEK
Fresh Celery, Green Onions, Cauliflower, Ripe
Tomatoes, Lettuce and Radishes, Cut Flowers
for Decorations, also a nice fresh lot of G. B.
Chocolates in Bulk and Fancy Boxes.
Japanese Oranges, Extra Quality '.... 70c Per Box
Some Nice Plants for your Xmas Table.
Leave your Orders Early as the supply is not very large.
After 6 p. m. on WEDNESDAY
25 PER CENT. OFF CHRISTMAS CRACKERS
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Try Our 00 Coffee. 45c Fer Found.     Try Our Sunbeam Tea, Red, Good, 40c per lb.      Blue, Best, 50c Fer Found PAUB SIX
THE  MAIL-HERALD, REVELBTOKE
WEDNESDAY, DROflMDEIl 24, 1913
Christmas Gifts
We have made preparations to handle the largest Holiday Business ever attempted in'Revelstoke.
We have spared nothing in the way" of making
Our Store attractive, and displaying our goods to
the best possible advantage. All goods plainly
marked. Customers will receive courteous treatment and prompt service.
WE   AIM   TO   PLEASE
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7   wv£?2        ^3^^-'"," "
Ware/-
c_Again we offer you the celebrated " LIBBY "
Cut Glass Ware and also some good lines of cheaper
quality". You cannot buy anything better than our
line and we can assure you that you cannot get any
such values in B. C.
Sugar and Creams, a pair   $4.00
8 in. Berry Bowl   3.50
Handled Nappies, from    2.00
"WE LIKE   TO   PLEASE"
There is nothing thc lady of thc house is prouder °f
than her China and there is nothing she will appreciate more
than a present from our stock.
WEDGEWOOD IS THE BEST
Wc have all the good makes—Coalport, Crown Derby". Doul-
ton, Limoges.
White and GoM Limoges Stock Pattern, Start buying
a small set.    We always keep this pattern,
"LET US SHOW YOU.
The question of the tlay is "what will I give for
Xmas?" We are here to answer that question for you.
Let us show you, not something for to suit the eye, but the
useful Gift, the one that makes the recipient glad every
day in the year. Walk through our large store with show
cases, counters and tables ladened with suggestions.
USEFUL GIFTS
for every one in the home  and   for  your  dearest friend.
—We have the goods that win.
ELECTRICAL GOODS
Here is where we excel ourselves—surprise the old
folks with a nice F.lectric Chandelier. A Portable up-to-
date Table Lamp—latest designs. Electrical Goods are
always desirable and appropriate.
Coflee Percolators. Coffee Pots, Coffee L'rns, Kl-
ectric Stoves, Mot Point Lltostovos, Toasters, Bedroom
Lamps. Fancy Beaded Shades.
ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER
Two styles, $35.00 and $50.00
ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE
With Wringer combined,  $73.co
* * We surely can mease you.
A KITCHEN BEAUTY
Why not help mother put up good dinners by giving her a NEW RANGE, and when you have one of our
Beauties—if that "ill not make her pleased and happy for
many vears, "we lose our guess"
I Imi.   aliout   a   pail
SKATES
Snow   Shoes or  illi   I
Sleigh    notl
sports      The   I
-in : girls will appreciate
anv   of   these   ior   their
Xmas.     Make a note 01
this line  when  you
OUl t'' do ymir shopping.
"Drop in on Us
Let   us   give Mother some
nici   I .ible Ware.
SILVER  CANDELABRAS
,  (  .iinllrs .hhI  Ml,iilr-..
BRASS CANDLES! ICKS
1 . Dishes, flower Pols,
Br is Ki ttles, Dinner Gongs,
Brass Jardinieres, Trays, Silver Deposit Goods, fugs.
Sugars and Cream, |ewcl Box-
"Remember Mother."
If you are looking for a varied selection—a
chance to get good values Tor guaranteed Goods,
and to make that Dollar go as far as TWO, let us
demonstrate to you that this is the Store you are
looking for	
SELECTIONS
CHINA WARE, Best English and French makes.
CUTGLASS-'Libby's," the world's best.
SILVERWARE   "Standard Goods" guaranteed.
BRASS GOODS -Best English makes.
CUTLERY   From the factories of the world.
LOOK US UP
mm,
%,
SILVERWARE
With a Guarantee Behind It.
Tea Sets, Trays, Berry Sets, Pickle Jars, Butter
Dishes, Cruets, Tobacco Jars, Fruit Dishes, Cake
Baskets, Egg Stands, Salts in Cases, Spoons in
Cases, Fish Sets.
Specially for the Young Folks
Start them on the New Year with a Savings
Bank. The kind we have cannot be tampered
with. Electric Motors for the Boys, to run with
Battery. Sewing Machines, Cook Stoves, Toy
Irons, Air Guns and Popguns, Tool Boxes.
'CHECK UP THE KIDDIES LIST"
Table ^Poc
A very Acceptable—and something that the whole family
participate in, is beautiful Table Cutlery—Knives and forks,
Spoons.
CARVING SETS—We have a very large assortment.
Pocket Knives or Scissors, Razors in Sets or Cases.
" LOOK THIS LINE OVER."
Beauti
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
COMPANY, LTD. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1913
THE   MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
VAGE   KEVmW
XMAS GIFTS
ONE DAY MORE
and Xmas will again be upon us and this year finds us in
a better position than ever to cater to your Xmas wants. In
our spacious and brilliantly lighted Store you will find Xmas
shopping a pleasure indeed.
A      .'■■■ '
'-■IT,    : V) I    ,-
•t
HERE WE MAKE IT PLAIN FOR YOU JUST  WHAT   TO   BUY   HIM   FOR   XMAS
Smoking  Jackets
A present really   worthwhile.    We have them ranging
fro m	
$4.50 to $15
Silk Mufflers
'fhe.se tome in plain and tan color effects,   Barred ends
and frills,,neatly boxed	
75c to $3.50
Fancy Armlets
Every Shade here and neatly boxed ready to mail.
35c and Up
Gloves
Every grade here for men and boys, unlined, silk and
fur lined, and exchanged if not satisfactory	
$1.00 to $20
Bath Robes
Something he will appreciate.  In all shades and weight
$750 to $23.50
Handkerchiefs
Imported Irish   Linens,   done   up   individually   and in
half dozens.    Ne itly boxed and initialed	
35c Up
Fancy Sets
These are a combination of Tie and Clip, Sox and
Garters, Armlets and Suspenders, etc	
$1.50 to $3.00
Slippers
Here you will find a complete line that includes Gait's,
Jaegars, Leathers and Silk Lined Travelling Slippers,
neatly cased	
$1.75 to $4.50
Hosiery
A practical Gift and something he is always in need of.
35c and Up
Trunks and Suit Cases
Values that you can't resist.    Don't place yourself in that embarassing position of havinf
to borrow one-   Wardrobe Trunks and Fitted Cases	
$5.00 to $75
Xmas Neckwear
The most acceptable Gifr, and here you get good quality. We are Specialists in this line,
and handle only such lines as Cheney's, Cash's, Reids, and other well known makes. Velvets
are the newest.     We also have Bulgarians and Paisley.s.     Elegantly boxed for mailing.
50c to $3.00
^ PARTING WORD-Please shop as early in the day as possible, thus avoiding the overcrowding of Stores, the late hours fer Clerks, and at the same time ensuring for yourself
better and prompter service.
McRAE MER
NTILE COMPANY
"J Merry Xmas"
and a
"Bright and Prosperous JVetu Year"
to One and JUL
Parisian Dye Works
13,S Second Street,  l'lione 340.
THE BIG TUNNEL
fa Aiy Xmas Stock Has Jusi Arrived $
S
fa
fa
par-
nnd
about
BE SURE  YOU PAY A
VISIT TO THIS STORE
Look at My Prices
fa
fa
fa
:C Cups and Saucers $1,25 per dozen
A Fancy Glassware From 25c up X
fa Pillows From $1.75 per pair fa
fa Slippers, to clear  From 95c np fa
fa Plates From 75c per dozen up fa
J Pudding* Basins 25c per set J
X          Having purchased all Harmonicas in stock of X
2          'ate Music Store, I am cutting the prices on 2
fa              rhe  lot                                                                                   9r,o  nn fa
late Music Store, I am cutting the prices on
the lot 25c up
Carving Sets 05c per set
f W. PARRY,  : McKenzie Avenue f
fa
fa
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.
How the Work is Advancing.
Model Camps near Rogers Pass
Work on the ''pioneer'' bore in
connection with the live-mile tunnel
for the C.P.R., whieh is to be driven
through Rogers Pass, at tlie summit
of the Selkirk Mountains, ie well advanced from ihe eastern portal, ac ■
cording to reports received at the general Buperintendentfa office in Yan-
Oouver. Nearly 600 im o' the
allel tunnel hus been excavate
the present rate of progress is
live feet per day.
The double-track   tunnel  which  will
form a short  cut  through the     moun-
taing range and »ave p detour of many
miles around the winding pass     from
the present "loop" will be     '22   by 30
feet,   ln order to facilitate the driving
of   the big  bore the contractors     are
adapting a new method,  which is    being  eagerly   watched  by  the engineer -
ing   world. They  are running  a small
preliminary tunnel from which     cross
cuts will be made at short intervals
so as  to enable  the workers    to     at-
ta'k   the     larger bore simultaneously
at ^e.jres of   points.     The "pioneer"
passage    will also solve the question
of ventilation  and provide ior a     on
siderable  time  an exit for    removing
the excavated material.
Th<' tunnelling operations are to be
proBecuted from both ends and in
preparation for the giganti. taik
'■amps have been established at bot'a
the eastern and western portals. These
camps are laid out on model lines and
ore dividend into three divisions. In Ihe
first section of the camp at tho east
end are the bunk houses (or first aud
second-claBsworkmen and six bung a*
lows for married men. Bach of 'be
cottages have a li\ing room, dining
room, kitchen, three bedrooms and
B bathroom.
Tbe main block of the village contains the executive offices and the
quarters for the manager, superin-
tendent and other officials The main
kitchen ll located in thc middle of the
block with tlie foremen's dining room
nn oneside ami the general dining
hl(ll "n the other. There is a large
general store connected with the ^up •
ply depots of the contractors. Sleeping
accommodation for the clerical stafl»
is    provided over the office building9,
and there are separate bungalow^ lor
the married engineers. Thc miin
blosk occupies an area 396 by 26 feet.
Oo account of the heavy snow fall all
the buildings are connected ity raise!
■md Covered walks Bo as to afford easy
:.nd convenient communication.
The power plant, boiler house and
engine room are grouped in the other
-ection of the model uillage. A laundry equipped with all modern appli -
anees will he attached. All thelatest
improvements and sanitary conven -
iences nre installed in the houses,
while there are electric Lighting and
steam" heating systems. A covered
passageway will lead from the camp
to the right-of-way of the tunnel portal. Accommodation for 308 men iB
provided  at the eastern camp.
The right-of-way up to the western
portal of the tunnel excavation and
mora than one-third of the grading
has heen elone at the east end. A start
on the smaller bore at the wetft portal ii expected to l>o made at an
early date.
MOOSE CONCERT
If ymi want lo spend an enjoyable
evening do not forget Io book for the
kfooM concert and dunce whieh is to
be beld in St. Prancii Halloo Dec. 30.
The HooH organisation has lieen established locally for some months and
enjoyi a strong membership. This is
lhe lii-I event cd the kind that th>!
members have promoted and overy
effort is being made to ensure lt being
worthy the occasion. An excellent pr i-
gram has |),.t.n arranged, whi'h alono ll
worth attending for, nnd the proceed -
iiiL's are to be wound up by a danc,
for which up-to-date n<u-ic is assured.
The date is  December  30th  and   the
place Bt. Fronds Hall.
SAFETY FIRST
SKATING!!
The Revelstoke Open Air Rink is now open at
the Tennis Court Grounds, near the Court
House, on First Street. Surface of ice is
200 yards in circumference. Warm Dressing
Rooms.
POPULAR PRICES
Admission. 25c Children. 15c.
Season Tickets, Gentlemen $4.O0
Ladies $3.00
Children $2.00
Terms for Family Tickets given on Application.
Rink will be open in the afternoons from 2:30 to
5:30, and in the evenings from  7 to 11  o'clock.
HARRY P. PARKER, - Manager
The  telephone  office* will  be  closed j
on Christina-"    and    New Year's day, '
(rom 7 to  10 a.m., from 19 to 2 p.m.,!
and from ii to 8 p.m.   Hevelstoke c iti,-.-
eni will noi begrudge a few hours   of
the   holiday  to this obliging staff     of
girls.
(in Saturday night two of a party of
young people who were skating on the
river, met with a nnsty experience. The
iie giving way wiih Iho result that
Mann, Ohai. Prooutdar and Frank
AUwood were immersed in tho water.
They wire res,mil from their dauuer -
eu |e.,-ition hy I"*1 sons who fm lunate
ly were in the \ icinlty at the time of
the oci'urrence, without any Bcrious con
he qnencM.
I T    f        ASSON   THE L0WER
Y    It.   If.    riiiJJUJl, TOWN GROCER
I
Wishes  the numerous customers and
friends of this store
"AMERRY XMAS"
We wish to thank you one and all
for the liberal support and patronage you have extended to us during
the past year.
I T   f   MASSON   THE lower
y   L. Vj.   nilJJ-UI1, TOWN GROCER   * PAGE  ETGHT
THE   MAIL-HERALD,  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1918
Never Too Cold
TO ENJOY A PLUNGE^T
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 patn
Located among the best, scenery of Canada, easy of
access. Tii*.* Sanitarium is handsomely fitted and finished for
comfort and convenience of guests.
Halcyon   Hot   Springs   Sattitariim
Wm. BCiD, Prop., Halcyon, Arrow Lakes.
IRRIGATION BILL
Its Provisions Explained
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H.J.  MCSORLEY,  PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Glass
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath    .    .    .
elstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
and Wholesale Dealers.
Maaufaeiureps of Aerated Waters
WI3S
GIGARS
The new irrigation bill toioim before ih.- Legislature during the forth
coming session was dismissed at »
miiteu ol   thu  Westoru Canada   trtiga ■
lie.u    As.-o.i;ilii.m    Iiy  Hull.    W.R,    Hums,
.\llllisll T  ee,      I.llll.I      allel     | ' I''-llll'il t     qI     tllfl
ni ii ion, at the i ancouver hotel,
lie ers, Uiu. tfoung and S.W. Grunsky
ol the Waier Rights Department, explained tliebill, which U now in tho
printers' hands, lieen. Mr. llos- promised that copies ut the proposed Aot
would hr given wide circulation and
ample titue giv-jn for an expression of
opinion n um various organizations affected by as provisions. A committeq
eei ihree members, representing thedif-
lei'enl irrigation districts, waa appoin.
ii'd lu inu.' ii[e ili.' matter in Uir members   respective   localities,
legation consisting ui Hon. W.R.
Ro   . Dun au   VI ushall,     Minister   of
Al:ri. lllture lol    \ nn,  Mi. Petei    an i
Mr, Noriuaii Haii.iii was chosen to rep
resent the is ■iai.mi at flu1 Tregon
1.1 igaLlou i \.n. ro '■ al rm it.iud hi i'*ou
i uarj. A i poi ..n iln' status ui resolutions | a*s.' ! al ihe seventh annual
convention ut L.0 hbri I e last Aiigu-i
,\ e    ei. li nsi cd.
Di egates   in.in   r n Icton,   represent-
Cel by       .ill'. E.  Folcj  Hi'ii. lm,   e.vi'Uuu •■ 1
plans they were forming iu bring loge-
ther the largest possible number oi
fi nit-growers und farmers at the ui ct
convention. The best-informed and
most practical men iu Western Cunadu
an.i the  Western  United States  would
■ umi i'mm .... mm i., ,;, uss jiuii culture,
.;a,i.,.:..  an I mixed farming.
The  , oniiuiii.'M,   which  i ipi eseul    the
i of Western (   inadu
i,i   ilie     i   . of Bi      h  (Jolu
i tche w an, wa i
■■    ii i-i.   .■     ■.  i    ... ;.
Penticton;   J.C,
■ 'a     '.     on    K down .  V, .11.    Fair
Bi Id, iderit I lovei umi nl
Kami,    Li :!':'i idg   .     K.   H.
ii n      ioner i
rt'.X.  Wright,   o
A.:.   Pea     .      Do
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Howson & Go., Limited
Xmas shoppers will bj pleased to learn
that we again this year have stocked
our Store with pleasing and suggestive
piece of Furniture for Xmas trade.
iom Furni!
3 ll
Our Stock is also large at present with
Childrens Gifts, viz: Doll Cutters, Buggies, Tables and Chairs, Rocking Horses,
Etc., Etc.
You Are All Welcome to Come In and
Walk Through Our! irge Show Rooms
V>        V       V
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V
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■yV        *\j4        *yT
•• t-
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Just Arrived—New Designs in Dining- J
room Furniture, Den Furniture, Bed- »
&
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V .   >*&'&$&
VERNON ROOIV
,
VICTORIA, B. C.
1
.
WlnUoUK IlU I LL
EUROPEAN  PLAN
>d Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
Ural Hotel
Pro.
■ la -   '
respects.
All Modi
Convenient.
RATES. $2 PER DAY
lialWeeklj 1:
RLVELSTOKE. B. (.
h our customer.-: .ind
friends ~J\. Merry Xmas and
a Happy New Year."
H
ORIENTAL HOTEL—,
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors nnd
Cigars.   Rat".-$1 a'lav.   Monthly rates.
J.    ALBERT     STOHSTE PROP-
Union   Hotel
A. P. I.KVK.SQU', Proprietor
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, It. <
MEAL TICKETS $600
CHINESE
PLACER
MINER
A LONii  I REK
(mt e.i    t.e' t imineoa   iftei  1liu I v toui
|ien    ;i gold mini -.  \n Nuk, a
f'lune' ' .        ■  • 111 ning   m.i th to hH Hi-
■ 1 11.a,   j our ■   ion     Km   'he.
In ttlmi In   lii    Lite in'   1" el   d    on a
this
label on everj
IT  means best quality—tested
quality—full measure  and
thorough satisfaction.
It is on every bag of
CANADA Portland
TNLKSS you have facilities for te
^     depend   upon   the   manufactui
reliable        Every   car   of    Canada
tested, and unless it passes every test
the mill.
You can depend upon Cunada Cement
Be sure you get it.
Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal
Hief ji ., .iirni deelei in your neighborhood,
hit name,
tu for aft       '1   ' V   160    ■:■■ toot "ll'/:ti
Fat •"■ f 1 'an l> • II tth t 'oncrett. "
CIIK
ll  you do not
. -aioMo'^"~i^**>*f~i
^AriWjWf'''.*' e . ■ ■ ■'<.'■**
I III 'ef    tn
e lertrii;   llgllls
• ■   -.1 Mm'   modern
Vn h ■'  made ni'pii 'i
■i,,nllllle       lll/e-n.    e
I..' || ,,    I.e   ('lunil
Kn  plan fOttng "on     to
o S'hool.
ah 1,ui'.   '-Mnl   nto tbi  'lai "'mi mm
h ■    I. ■     '   when Iw  wad 17 >r>ar    old
1, ,1,1 h.      1 ■ Had    into  lhi : talnooa,
where   h« hai    been   ' laf<"r   mining   aver
,„,,.    ii>  i-i «h»iUort    on     QfrmaoMn
where bin in ipenl In
■•... inn, Lhe golden yruvela, lm. winter*
lu trapping, Un Vital (Jroek in lliu ear
ly   ilnVH,   h'    look out   411.1)00   in      oue
<.l   ee|,.       Ill-     /nill'    llUlll milling       .ill)
no.', iiidie    inmli'iit.
Twelve yeara ago, ihe lonely  cuinu-
As iiuuri   lell o vie inn iu llie charm   "I
m   , belle of ihu n.i: mr Indian , and  ihev  were married  l<y a  Dail
iieiuii) |mu'    ui   that  Moiiniry.      Tbia
inin i iai;e   im nm nn   tfleOtive   bond       lo
i'liii   in   llii'.ish   I'olumbia  mil   lie
barf given  Up   all   Imfe     ol  ever   saeini; ,	
('Inini ngain.
From   Hn/"lion,   Ahl.uk   wlll   inu-li I    gm^ jm       »w WtW    JB
e cabin, n diaianne of  187   roilea,   ^^k J^'WM^^^M^%£**<&
«iih    uppjitt (Oi   the  trip earried     on        W-& m-Bf^m
In-   hai-k.
spi;rf
«• ECCF Eta
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mk
IN HEART OF CITY
HOTEL SAVOY
SEATTLE
"TwalreStoriHol Solid Comfort"
In Uio ee nin' of tlihii:>*—'In ,,t,fi
Ami Rtoren nn Ivetli ildea. Bulldlna
abolutcly flaBpraof—concratOiitci l
mul marble.
ElK0PEANPL4N-!Hpnrdnv..p
Wllh Baths—S2 per d«y op
i The   fumily   remedy   for   Couah«   ond Colili
"Shlloh cost!  to   little   «nd doei   to much"
I WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER '2\, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE N1NB
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BJBiafaraj^i3jaiai5fsisiaiaraM3jajcu^
MISS  TRYPHOSA  PARKER
Pupil  of  Sic;nor  Giovanni  Olorloi,  K.
C. I., Hon. R.A.M. of Florence
and London.
Yiaits    nnd    receives     Pupils    for
Voice  Production  nnd  Pianoforte.
For terms, etc, npply.
BOX    306,    111,    FIRST      STREET.
ADVERTISING.
FRANK PAULDING
Winner of 8 First and
Second Prizes in 10
Contests opuii to tha
British Isles : : :
:     Sales   Organised     :
0.  B.  N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
OfHce   Lawrence Hnrdware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
OIL LETT'S LYE
EATS DIRT
"""'"IU BUO., OPlieiKO-'leu Oe.ltr.0-i'W'"*"^1
WCRRY   GREAT   BRITAIN
Slops falling Hair
Hull's Hair Renewer certainly stops
falling hair. No doubt about it whatever. You will surely be satisfied.
W.   H.   WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Reveletoke
KOOTENAY      LODGH,   No.   ii  A.   F
a,).!  A.   M.
.'-tegular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, ii.lili.'llowii' HaU
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m Viaitlng brethren ar*
cordially   welenine.
J. Hi HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER. Secrotary.
r   w   o.  w
Mountain flaw i'stid, No. lit.
Meeti Becond    end     Fourth  Wednes
daya    ln  »aeh  month  in    Selkirk
Hall       Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially  invited to attend
JAMES  McINTYRR,  C.C.
H. W. EDWARDS. Clerk.
COURT
mt     BKOBra,   n'o. Hilar I. O   K.
Meet« In 1 O n **.-. Hall nart to
Tapping's !);.era Houso avary second
and fourth M inday in month. Visiting brethren  eordially  welconi»(l.
H. V. MORGAN. O. R.
WW  B, CAMERON. Rec.-See.
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly nnd perfectly .-is you in
at this restaurant. And the service is
emit ei forelasti ni
the Yinz meal you will enjoy
li is said thai the way to ;i man's
ii, ari . - tlirotiiMjli his stoui tch. We ai <
sure i i rea li ; mrs ii you'll drop in
ind try our bill of f u e If p< rfi vie-
nulls, perfectly cooked and perfectly
served, will v.'in your friendship, w«
are absolutely Mire of yours.
REVELSTOKE  LODOE, No.  1085
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meets every first and third Tuesday
'n St. Francis Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.
A.  R.  Grant, Die.
H. L. Haug, Sec.
SELKIRK      LODOE 12,  1.  O.  O.  V.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. G. Till vkihon Man tger.
SEE THE
REVELSTOKt
NURSERIES
FOK
Meet* every Thursday evening to
Selkirk Hall nt s o'clock. Visiting
brethren  oordiRllv Invltad.
CHAS.  NEWSOME, N.O. j
JAS   MATHIE. Sec.
CARNATIONS
AND   ROSES
DESIGNS
[he Revelstoke Nurserie
BURGESS    AND   TAGGART.
Civil Eni'lneers
Dominion and B.  C. Land
Surveyors  nnd  Contraeters.
P. O.  Box 3(7        Kamloops, B.C.
Branch   Otlice—Wntson   Realty  Cut.
PHONE 56
Vi. H. POTTRUFF. Prop.
HARVEY,   McCARTER  & COMPANY
Barristers,  Solicitors, Etc.
—Offll-.'H—
Imperial  Bank  Block,  Revelstoke, B.C.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Lumbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke,<B. C
belore buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets ami everything
required in vour basfnesn
Phone 42
Night Phone85
E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
WORK   SHOP
Connauffht  Avo.    -    novy  toko
Indians Aroused
The British and Indian governments
are very Beriously concerned over recent oc urrencea in South Africa nris-
ing out of what iln' East Indians consider discrlminatary legislation agninst
ihem. An effort is boing made to minimize tli>- seriousness ol ihe situation,
whieh was accompanied by a general
strike of thousanda of Easl Indians in
Natal and riots in which several were
killed. The influence ot the government has been sufficient lo induce the
presfs of the country iu prim nothing
but favorable newi comments, while a
very careful supervision of news in
regard to tho suppression oi disturbances in South Africa is made before
iis uppearanoe in the Indian papers.
Vi ouut I fat'd'lngo, \ iceory of In -
din, ii.-i-< tried to puul oil on i h *
troubled waters by expressing hi-
sympathy with the Blast lndians in
Se.iith Africa and askdng for a thorough invosti .mum by the Impi rial
authorities, and I'he Marquis of
i irowe, Secretary of State foi tn lia,
.ii i.-, Ij to ii jii'.tat ion of In Iiui s,
has likewise expressi I himself in
fai or of int estigation.
All tliis, however, has.uot had
much effect on the Indians, or ni any
rate, those living iu the Britisu Isles,
Theyare tlioroitghlj aroused and are
demanding equal treatment for their
fellow-subjects in all lhe Uritish do-
niinioiis, practically all of whieh
have adopted, or contemplate adopting, laws to keep lhe Iniiatis oul of
iheir i ■ .'.'.iiv.' countries,
The   difficulties ot the Imperial gov-
illUllel.l     ire     tWO'old.        ll    is   puillee^d
i.ui   thnl  ii  e-aiino:  dictate to the   dominion-  us io what immigrants   they
a    nit,  without  arousing,  pai I i'.d.nly  in .Snath Aii ica,  a storm   that
'   ' I i"   a demand foi     sepaia
lii -a  l'i "-a     t In-  Empire; and  in  .mii i
ll    i    i* m'K.. ,1 by  ihe- authorities   that
ivoald   nol   !.i: e a gl lat  deal  I .    a
rei   lllon thai   woul I
las  I li   im-- lurccs of uie   limpiro     to
jun  down.    \  rebellion in India would
be   a .it.   Under    ,-u,y
cln umi in . ' . ihere is in ■ ad ted
difficulty now that Ilin lu and Mo;
liai:ini"-l;in-       il .   in    .
.. i e      In   lh,'
In iiaii sub of hi    dajosty.     It is
I rn  I hat llu     ..        its join     to-
gi th i.      hu;   in       ,       aae il ey ha,*e
1  ■ ii is on     ind  ha.'■     been
ii  s of
mai in     " ii        ona     -     the
' I'he ii have    been
i ai ei  .      al'
.,
oi .them havi  bi en ol       . an iniiain-
matorychnraeter thai -
ions  the ■ been
Ital _ ■'■■ .•■ iii
Another matter irritating     the    In-
di .a   i   ihat  Ihej bai e ' >und ,,iu that
men whi Bd   to bo
he- u'i an I  -.e'd    iu their can
were   in    1 -  t ...   ol  th I rape r-
i  ■ |
•■ui  Indiai , whi ■
of tin   ' er   d   e''\
on   ■ -1 :' n, has been found <o
iiii'iii   (or   years, and  b i  i-      n
reiving police pro a
assassinai ion,
i    ,  .      bei ■ and
foo        an
I Ian :i- one wai   ■ * e thecost     ei
livin •.     Eastern    wn ei ' are   to     ho
•    ...... .iy  ■■ r ■■  ■ ■    ■
i     wiih   !•:.' li; n  I.i
thehop ■ that   I oth ' in     their
Li        ,n
tin.-iit  '  fn i Jus       rhe   almon     b
prad   ally dli i| pi ired from  lho B ..-*•
, bul East i
i- the Pacific   coa * will *
:      better of thc exchange.
QUEEN  \ ICTORIA HOSPITAL
At  your service by
daylight or rtafk
m
i
Bring us your films
for    development
arkness Defied
Never mind if you cannot come iu daylight—we can lake your photograph
jusi as well any evenirig you have at
liberty, or even in your own home.
The latest achievement of modern elcc-
i-i al scioiKto is now Lo be found in the
always    iip-lo-dale   Trueman    Studio.
An electric arc lamp, wiih an actual
working lighl of 3,000 candle power is
the fairy that dispels darkness and
makes good results a Pimple matter.
The light is so --oft and clear that
these photographs possess a distinctive and ariistie- beauty, Prices, as
always, strictly moderate     *     :
de Concerts
I I
• ■ Gramophone ha eome to slay.
'; bat is now an admitted fact. It ia
-list a question with ymi—if you move
willi the limes—as to wlnn, where and
what maki j m arc going to buy.
m'h ilde concerts ire to be the feature
of the coming di fade :     :     r     :
1
Be advised, buy NOW. Get ,-.11 ihe enjoyment a feast of v.. - gives nt such
a - "ison as this. Be ui'-' ,-date, and
get the hornless model. Tt is most
compact and has the berft tone. Be
wise and give us a all—we can plense
your desire and purse      :     :      :      :   :
Trueman Studio
I Machines In stock.
Victor and Edison,
Order J'ecorris NOW.
A. DOUGLAS TOURNER
Cor. Mackenzie and Front.
t
renders ad
nrlorsi l'en ler   ioi
, ■ • i
■'   ,      ... receive!
•I     ol       mtil  I p.m. on Monday.
■  ott o
11 - ab ■*••■ named build
ions ai '" ■ ■""
Dep       lent th
Hendi
■ ,. B.i        n     in     al*
1 lm, care
■
Person ' a'-      -    •■ tlfu .1    ti^t
,  ■■
i   . applied,
li si. , aiurcs
■
:n the c isi     I  firms, the
tho nature ol the oc-
of ench
■   ■ -iv'-n.
' uied by
tte on a    hart ered bank
rder o ri urable
nisti - I 11 * Works,     equal
to d n pi r i | •*.'. of the   am-
. ;';.h  will be for -
line to
enter into *. contract when cnlled upon
to do so. oi ■ work
ted If tl       ' l"i   be   not
■ irllod.
The ' ■     * bind itseil
•nder.
By order,
R *   '   * IHERS.
Secretary.
■
.Ottawa, 10,   i9i."..
* bi   pni i fe i  this
irt  II      '•■ itli
■ tment.
ist i»s. '. 2t.
M.
■
nine anil look at oui   Triangle Sad
nous   guaranteed foi ever.
I'KICF:    6 LH. IRON, UV90
A.G.  DUCK
- timates ai-.i u fi e,
MORTGAGE) SALE
Under and by virtue of the powers
contained In n certain indenture of
mortgage and a conveyance of the
equity ot redemption by way oi mortgage, which documents will be produced at the time of sale, there will be
ollered for sale by public acution by
W.J. Law, Sheriff, at the Court Hou=e
Revelstoke, B.C., on Tuesday tbe 30tb
day of December, 1913, at the hour of
Two o'clock in the afternoon, the following property:
Lots!) and 10 in Block 39, Plan C49
City of Revelstoke.B .C. This property is well situate it the drner of
Kootenay and George streets, nn thc
property is a mod in on,' and one-half
Storey frame dwelling with full cement
basement.
Tor terms and particulars of sale,
appln to
w. i. imiooa,
Solicitor, PHrsi   itreet, Revelatoke,B.C.
Dated   th •    ".ih  day  of    November,
*
Nov
Tenders for Supplies
Tenders  for Applies for the    above
Ho-pital will be received by tbe undersigned  up to noon of  the  29th  D
ber, 1913, as follows:
l.—For supply of itaple groceries as
I ci list to be furnished by the    under*,
signed.
2.—For supply of meat--, li.-h, ■.. s.
butter, cheese nnd fowl.
3.—For supply of bread.
If moi" ihan e.n grade •' any article
is tendered on there shall be usepnra'e
price quoted for eaeh grade.
Tenders will be (orone year from
January 1st. 1914. The Board of Uir-
actonf do not hind ibemselvii to a©-
■ opt the lowest or nny  tender.
forms of tender maybe obtained nn
application to the undersigned.    Rnch
tender   Shall   be  sealed anl   mnrked  —
II  for Hospital Supplies."
W. D. ARMSTRONG,
1st  iss. D'  ,13 St. Secretary.
J^;yy^h
SYKuPSIS   OF COA'   MINING
REGULATIONS.
(oui mining rights of Lho Dominion
Maul) >ba,   Saskatchewan  mid  a>
aeriu,   tbo   Yukon   Territory,     th«
orth .'.■■••   i ei i ,'e'i les and In a C'>r
tion o.' the Province ol i;
timbla, may be leased ior a term ol
twenty om years at an annual rent
nl    of     il iiii acre.   Not    more ti„ r
e res  nill   lie leased   to one Hp-
plicant.
Application for lease muet  be made
:.y thr applicant in IuThu'i lo the
Vgrnt  i.r      Su'i Agent  of  t.lec district
:n whicii tbe rights applied fot     ar«
situated.
The leaH.e will Include the coil mifl
ln^ rights only, hut t.he leans may
h» permitted to iinrehnse whatever
available surface rlghta may hf considered iiecrH.-iiiry loi the working of
the mine nt the rate of 110.00 B0
acre.
in surveyed territory the land mntl
bs described hy soctionti, or legal
sub divisions of sections, and in un-
surveyed territory the tract applied
for shall he linked out i'V thc up-
ni,cant  himself.
Empress Theatre, Revelstoke
MISS   TRYPHOSA   PARKER'S
CONCERT
Monday Evening, December   29th,   1913
PROGRAMME
'_>'*      i.in     "Laugh Boys, Laugh "  It. S  ■
ii rs  Samson, Duck, Ci
2. s-i.M     " For All Eternity "  i;,t.,i, ,;.,■,
Mr. Ralph Lawrence.
3. Son..    "Tiie l'i pes of Pan"  . Von
Mi-s Parker.
'.     Ql   \K I lir "1*1 tills llOUl   "I   '     '     ' I '
Misses Parker and P mldi
5. SoM.    ''The Flying' Dutchman"  Fostei
Mr. Frank
ii.   in i.i   "The Harbour Lights "     S
■\fi--s Parker and Sir. Paul Samson
7. Quahtettk—" Kathleen Mavourneen "  I
Mesdames Bews and lie-:-.:. Misses Mack  . sn   Parker.
8. Son-     "Goodbye." 7*0*1
Mr. ''.. Hawker.
9. SuNe     "Land of Hope and Glory"  Eltjui
Pai
I.XTKKMINSIOX
1.    Qu ib i .j i*i     " A Regular Royal Q .. - ■
Mil md Paulding, SJ
'.    Dl BT    " The Keys ol  H   iven '
Miss Pai '»!
.    3onc    " Tl ■■ Lute i'l iver "  11,
Mr. Paul S
■I     (ii; \nri-T: ic   "Believe Mi , l h rms.
ilesdames Bews and Dent, Mi | Parker.
i     . " M( Treat ure.' ..... '   ■   ,   . i
i.     SONOI   |
Mi  - Parker.
6. Sum.    " The Sound of -tht Drum"  ..  ..
Mr. J.  )■'    '   ■      ■
7. Duet   "In Spiingtime"..... X,
Misses Parker and  Panldl
8    Song   ' Ann:!  i.e rie.'
Mi    Ki  '•.in.
•*.    Ql  w.'Ti [TB -"G
Mii ind P ml •        '-:
Reserved Seats, 75c General Admission. 50c
Plan al  Macdonald's. inipt.
Knrb applicant  mutt ho accompau
led by a fee of tt which will he     re- 1
funded    f  the  rights  ai plii I   'or    art '
not available,  I   I               srwl       *.
i.e alt)     shall    be i
•   mta le output nt tbe m  t tbs
.to of five cents per ton.
'i'he person opei ating the m *
furnl h the vr,,r'' ik th sworn i        <
accounl U|   '      'he full  quantity     ofl
merchantabli  11 al mined and ;
reiynlty   thereon.    If   the  coal   n
rii.ht* are not being operated,    iucl
returns  should   he   furnished   nt  >.!»•
once a year.
Kor full     inforn.ation     applicath.D
"hould  lie made to the Secretary    of
the Department of the Interior,    Ot- i
tnwa, or to the Agent or Sib-Agent !
of Dominion  Lands.
W. W. OORY.
BXTENSION OF TIME.
Notice ii hereby  given  that tbe time
for the reception , f tenders for the oon-
0  o*'  wharf*)  at  Victoria Har-
B.C.,  i-  .'tt-nded to   Thu-nday,
ary   -»th.   1014. |
By order,
R. 0, DKSKOrHHRB,
Secretary-
of Public Works, 'Ik.
Uth, -1918, PAGE TEN
THE   MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAiY, DECEMBER 24, 1913
LOCAL aiid GENERAL
L.   Nm    01
yesierdayl
Mies  McLc
in th'
ol  Du
■ks,  was in  ihe   city
I of  Nakusp,  is  vismng
city.
ter ot Field, was a gues
Wdward yesterday.
E, Wa
.Villi.
H.iny Henchloflol Clan William wan
uoti ied on lhe streets yesterday.
We  wish    all    our  readers   u   merry
Christmas and a
nappy
New Vear.
A. i. Horobin celebrates tb•■ anniver
of his birthday on Sim- day.
r irj
Ur.
I'.i- ,
Hill oi Rogers
and   Mrs.   J.W.
the city tliis mid-wei I'.
are in
Mayor T. Kilpatrick   returnee
;s'   trip to   lhe  e ou   t e-r.   Se
lroin
iday.
Mr,  and Mrs.  J.  William,   oi    Nixes
a ,    !. ipping in  th
R.   Bush
.: .  .'■ as
day.
ol  Eighi and
loiug  business
Miss Corbet ol Kelowna,
ei at Revelstoko,  the tore
■
eity   oday.
a   hull   mile
here  yi
stopped ov-
liall   of   this
w.o,
tear,
the inai
l- lerk,
«• 11 h
lead
quarters
ot  L
ale ary,
was in
lown
yes-
terday.
Toinoi
low
s    rin
-i man
ai i i
tier
the  ' hr
utma
s holidu
ys    arc
tlie
ciiy
te  tions
some 20 passengers, ln caro of Conductor Abrahamson and Engineer McKiti-
rot, was a highly popular and original
item, Five eirls gave uu excellent exhibition oi elub swinging-, which was
followed by eight little girls in a dolly
song. A very pretty drill by leu
larger girls closed the program. Eae-h
girl wore while with cap of holly red
anu green anu slippers to match, ami
carried holly wreaths,
A Highly entertaining eauiaia 'The'
Trial ol Santa Claus" was performed
the leading parts being taken by mem
bees of the Bible classes. Mr. James'
Hay acted the judge splendidly, wliile
Mr. AinsHe as ''lerk and Mr. McDiar-
miil a- herald, were excellent. Th..uuy
was composed of 12 characters ot fame
and fable from Father Time io April
Kool and witnesses were '-alien* both
for and against, trom Dame Rumoi to
History. Mr. Hadden was capital as
Santa ClauB, and Bang and acted well
wiih Ins defenders, a group of about
20 children. He was linally acquitted
of being a "fake" amid general rejoicing.
A   box   of   ''andy   aiiel an   orange Was
distributed  to every   child at  ihe close.'
oi the entertainment.
The' work of getting up such ,,   cou-
cert has  I n oxtremely     arduous  ior
Mi anl Mrs. Stevenson and tbeir
imi of teachers. Their reward is in
knowing that the children had the big
gesl troatof the year and that the
whole performance wa-a uplendid sMc-
i ess.
ATTRACTIONS
AT EMPRESS
isMSiaaiaMsisfaiaisMsraEjaraisraiaa
1 SALES and WANTS
IOc. Line Minimum 25c.   Cash in Advance I
There  will he several  first-class
tractions at this
during the nexi few weeks. Theatregoers will do well to keep their eye
unthese columns where iho theatrical
news will  bc found.
at" | EEEEEMffl3MaJBMIPjai>!Mcin3JiMMi^
popular  play  house, i
i FOR SALE—A 21 foot Motor Launch
Seven H.P., Fairbanks engine, with
reverse.   Will sell  reasonable.  Apply
to F.N. Roberts, Arrowhead, B.C.
BUSINESS LOCALS
There are warm waiting rooms at
the Revelsloke open air rink, while tho
ice is  superb.
You can save money  by purchasing
your    Xmas cakes and     Santa    Claus
stockings at Hobson's.   A greal vari -
ety to choose from.
•ISl'NTY    PULLS     THE   STRINGS.
jWANTBD—Smythe's Employment Office, men for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythe'a Employment Of-
I   nco, First street, Revelstoke, B.O.
Xl last ''Bunty ' is coming to Revel-
.'[..il.c. Sha has succeeded in suiting
London, New York    aud Chicago   and
the     Canadian   provinces topsy-turvy ' wANTED-Washing woll and carefully
wiih
lluniyitis" and will spread tho
[ever here. When "Bunty Pulls ths
Stringj" opens al the Empress theatre
on Saturday, Jan.  10th.
The Btory i- the acme of simplicity—
just a simple clir,,niole of    a  Highland
family, whose .iaily  life is closely alii-
ed with the church.   "Uumy Pulls  the
Strings'' to adjust ihe matrimonial affairs nf her father, her     brother     and
herself.   He father, years befpre,    lefl !
his bride-to-be on the morning of what •
was io have been his wedding day, pro)
reeded tn a neighboring  village, ehang-!
dono at the Colored Hand Laundry,
McKenzie and Victoria Road, Fone
29'J,
WANTED — Nursing, apply to Mrs.
McDonald, Connaught avenue, second door from Second streel, he -
tween Fi**-it and Second streets.
WANTED TO BUY—One Steam Boiler
50 lo CO h.p. One engine 25 li. p.—
State price and location. Address,
P.O. Box 70, Revelstoke, B.C.
e'il lii-- name, made a success in business
and bee-am.' a pillar of the church. I
Thirty years later he is found by tho
"girl" whom he iefi "waiting at tho
church." Shearrives just as he .is being
forced     inti-, a disagreeable marriage
WANTED—Birch  and Fir Cord Wood
Box 451, Revelstoko. t.f
WANTED—Girl for licht house work
Apply Mrs. Laforme. Box 403, Rev
elstoke.
ft
rAbb
Miss K. MeNaughtou     of   Kelowna,
was an Okanagan visitor to lhe     citj
■ iay.
J.I'. Corley of Bear Creok, anil   Mr.
ri . Mrs. K. W !■ loid, en
i is week.
OjlUjI     'aiL-.t'oL'  l
Shop Early
bristmas
Shop Early
idly Approaching
I. .'.   a i ni
i
Edward
, ouvei
Mo daj
ll.    i
m
at
Mr. H.B. Morgan wiil b
\o alisti at t: midnight
Catholii   eh:, b  tonight
mas-
m.a.  Orfoi      ii  'i oronto,  un
Smith i .  I.un.ie.n. aie On
oke tiie-   Xmas.
of tho
visitors
i ,.   m i idaj    dgl .ii the     school
i„ hj,,   heiii;-. at   Kogers l'u-s there wus a _a
. .1      ,ll_   .•.     UOOllI     Se viy        e,I     tllO    il'M Ild I
,iu,l relatives oi the children to witli   -
the  closing exercises and  Ui tribution
>.i presents from the Christinas     iree,
w Inch had been pi"> idi .1  bj   thc
ci.  -i.      i ..,.:..a :, and othei -.  Mi. Al.
Santu i Iuu   wus .e .ie- i lod
I'out plu-
■ i . « li    , .,   few oi   the
.   ,.-,(.      douli
5   Ol    .11 ,  : I
■ i ■ ■ a i.
'ine room didlj
for tlu . the children,     .... I
I ri  e-ui,.-,! .    app u, mog
when ihe    .   I an mi
■ i      pleudidlj
.;- ers, consisted
i
OM.V    1    DAY   MOKE
Now is the time in make your selections when
our large stock isat its best. When making out
>jpur Gift Li-et, don't overlook that oui Store i-
iiriin lull of opportunities foi economical Xmas
Shoppin .f.
md R.C,   Mi  i       i    il
.  are in to
i
Here A
re
dome
Suggesh
ions
r
ior
SOCIAL iU PERSONAL
Mr. Coo. MeCarter left lasi evening
to spend Christmas at Edmonton.
A full report of the Methodist, S.S.
entertainment will appear in the next
issue.
Reception and evening gowns, Cress-.
man& Co.,  ladies  and men's tailors,]    Miss Gladys  Urquhart  is home    fm:
havo placed in   stock some   twenty-four   ,iie  vacation  from  her school at Rog-
evening dresses,   those models aro    tho 01s pasa.
original creations of famous French de
signers and therefore feature tho most
up-to-date advanced  styles.   Call  and
Mr. E.W. Laing arrived home Saturday  afternoon    from    his  s.hool      at,
seo us for your evening  dress.
man and Company.
-Cresfe- Whutshan.
Mis's  Stevens  of  the  primary    clus.^,,
Economise — save     money on your   Central school, lefl on Friday to spend
candies—see  Mclutyre's  advertisement.
the vacation with hor Bister at Chase.
Ladies    evening dresses,      tho latest j    Miss  Evelyn Clay camo home   Bun-
fashions,  eight  only-balance to  clear  d*y evening from  Vancouver whore she
at if'-'O to $30.—Cressman nnd Co.
Do not delay ordering your minoo
pies, mince meats, puff shells, etc!—
Hobson's aim is to   please.
Xmas Cake- dee,,rated as you wish,
Plum Puddings, our own make, or
Christie's in cans or Wagstaffe's in
bowls.   At Hobson's.
Old Mother Hubbard, she went to
the cupboard, expecting to quench her
thirst; lint when "lie e-.-ot ihere, the
cupboard was bare-, the ol 1 man had
been there lirst.—Co to Cressman, the
Ladies' and Men's Tailor (or your fall
and winter overcoat and you'll not bo
disappointed. December ^de now on
suits and overcoat- 815, regnla:
$25 and $30.
haH been   lal-ine. a  eoursle  iu  stenography.    ,
Mrs. Hyatt and Mis's Dean Hyutt,
leave Loday for Salmon Arm, to spend
Ohrlstmas and lhe holidays with Mrs..
(Dr.)  Macl'herson.
Mrs. Coming's household is rejoicing
over her return from lhe hospital oc
Tuesday afternoon in lime for the
Christmas   festiv ities.
Mr. Jas. Lawrence arrived homo lor
the holidays Sunday nighl from Vancouvor, where he is attending socond
year elas9ea in McGill college.
en
Mufflers
House Coats
Bath Robes
Collar Boxes
Slippers
Everything L"
Special   for
Cowl
Si,-i
Ties
Handkerchiefs
Armlets
Suspenders
Gloves
Up  in Fancy Boxes
Xmas   Week
Suits .
91
A.
'
ei a' the iou..
e ■ •
11   IU    ill
.1     I   iaUlelOe.ee..
.1
'
I
al   lhe    11J
i
XlViMb   ftdhVHL
.
......
■o   ..
.   .. '
.   ■
crowd
i ■ .
buil:
....
or uQo .
ing .,t   reciting,    .
u      ,.,-    ,,t   |  .
tion them   ad  lis   ' "
■ay that  eati.
di il>,   ruiU    ■ nm ,
iue.1 parent-, and  thei       t- a bi
themselves.
A Quakertsi    bo la girl
tne   iptalng    number, following
.•bauman'h address b)
J.W   Stevenson,  six   littl
e<l as brOWHis a      wor-
. i ii
■
evelstoke
Shop Early
llolwon will have cauliflowers, celery
, tomatoes,  jreen onions, radishes, pars
hey.  lettuce  and sweet    poiuloes      for
Xmas.
(lold Kange Lodge, No. 26, Knights
of Pythias, will meet in future on the
i .1 and 'inl Wednesday evening, and
any 5th Wednesday at 8 o'clock in Selkirk Hall. Visiting brothers cordially
invited.   A.  K.  Kincaid, O.C t.f.
li > y. Mistletoe and decorations of
all kinds   it   Hobson's.
Ladles' evening dresses, the most up
t.e date stock (rom coasl to coast. —
Cn   tman anel Company.
Master Gordon MacKay arrived    ou
price   Saiuiday   to   spend the   vacation   with
■ his falher.    Supt.    MacKay.   Cordon
has boon  attending St. John's college,
boys'  .s.hool in  Winnipeg.
I .■ f     \f,  ■!
B ■ I fob
  I this notice
foi   new  laid eggs
wo oxpi  t t.i have    tbem
•     ' T    IOAL  la  handled  . -. lusively
in  Revelstoki     .    he  Revelst oke t h a
eral   tgcneles,  Ltd
.
Hi . lecorate your coke
a .-iiii pl    ol oui   woi I ni.'iii hip  in    our
ii i en j   ii    ill   l< cide whal   I
do.   Hob "ii   .
Trj  llohsou i    for your fresh fruiis
The Christmas services in St. rotor's church will be as follows:— Holy
Communion al H a.m., and after Matin-at 11 .i.in. Hymns and anihems ap
propriate  lo  this  festal  season.
Mr. J.J. Woodland came homo Ihis
in,,ruin; to enjoy Christmas' wiih his
family. Mr. Woodland is engaged now
inu slice' ■s-fiil saw mill business at
Im  il. ,ilie, a. ,r Red Deer, Alia.
Mrs. G.S. M Carter, accompanied b$
Master Dougla anel Mi - Uorris Mc-
i'.ii i.i. lefl on Saturday for Edmonton
iiewsii for a couple ol \.eo - with Mi-
M. I'm lei-s parcnis, Mr and Mrs. H.
Don la Mi i i Vrnold McCai ter will
arrive trom Kingston, Ont., and join
Ihem  there.
Mr.   Sidney   KobliiiiH,   looking      hale
ind  heart) lms coiuo homo  from  Oal -
gary to spend Christmas with bis parents,   J'. and Mi-.  S.H. Robbin    . Id
ney has   had a   busy   yeai      in   his    in-'
posit mu a inspector of elu- ...
Ba; In urance Co., loi Albei ta
Kn llcrn  U.C ,  with hen Iquarters
and
at
. Idng will
oi   ■
be tho  •- algary.
3
a
ol
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D       U
i
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.: with .'«'.,        lias
ion     i   . wages
\     ;;.     . Uev.-i-
D.l'J 2t.
WANTS in -i. d    House.       !•'.
Iding, Mall-Herald.
	
ALE—A Team i wish
ing   . i.a   al •> ia mer' ■ wa
gon, sleigh and  hai ness.   Apply  to
w. Parry, th..- McKenzie avenue auc-,
tioneer.
IALE      IIK.V1-A small  Coal
oodiuon.     Apply
Mad-Herald Otlico.
.  ■ RENT—Furni bed Rooms, with use
s.ied.    Apply 3'J,  4th
Mt D.13 4t.
and   Biroh
ii.-o   oal, orders
lain ■■   la    iv,      Prompt  dc
aranteed
NOTICE  TO   STORE   KEEPERS.
Y.iu ne horebj re iucsied io have
all account again : the Qitj made up
I I'-' nib. i jii, md promptly sent
hi.   Hy ordei.
W. A. GORDON,
Ist  iss. Dec  19,  ft City Clerk.
COMING tVLNTS
Docember  Z9th—Mill Tryphosa  Park •
ers Oonoert, Empreti theatre.
-.
[ •
'■
inrt.  ','      M     r.
■".nc.
H'
• " tnen boppad upon   h,    tagt and    ... ■
■ -.nd tang a comi al act.    Ten «
girisin wh ••   witb  goldet  imnel     tar   i ■ | y^r
crown  Ion theii  heads, pttrformad ihs  |
oomplicated evolution ol H   '»r drill.
The In/anl da-- then toddled aloi. tha ■ .,     •
■tag< disclosing   to view a Chri tmai   . .   . ,, m   ux.
tlnhniMit when Ihey all itood in    lini •, |.(.
Kvii  little  miterteppiOg forward      In   fori   Chri   ines.  i.v • i    en-y,
•nr*"it"i tv.,.  line ,   'h'n   nil    e,.„e<l     .,,,,.      pi   ,.  iu \j Us  Boys,  iiy  font
9 „ ShortU,    This nnnib-i  PSc«ived  the       tn I i,., i Mai
ll   'in applause always acoordad ths  eh, by iho s.hool, soi   , Oood-byi
tiny tot".    K trip to     Kamloops     by hool   Qod SaVo the King
,
o
e
t    Hy  Mayir.
e
'       1
r, :
,whead
*
-t,  »i   rilar
'I le n <t.. .     -if*    n.on al    ' to.
l-.ie.    ho •        l'li'    W ill ol   Moflsj
nne     The Wall ol Money, part iwo,
Rs   ■ '      |,,..|ng f,,r |,„Vl(
(lh.   *i "        BOlob   l.ni is
Public
Slenographer
Mi
I)
• ••»
Ofl
Hani
Mim i* t anadian
i t  m ■■•
Office Phone. 336
Residential Phone. 89
Mi-  Pierci 's clasi.  thc  J i.   foi
of Central school, had a jolly   ChriBtmas parly  last  Friday.   Througn    the
i in.;n     .,i   ih.  i,i Idy ami .ti,.     John
!...ii.,i.   two commodious sleighs    .-.- ■
pr,, .1. .1    an.l  ihe  forty  lively   young
peopli    dl  ive foi a  couple  ol   boils  ur-
■ nnd ibe  south  aiul  ea t road, ouding
up ai   Mr-  Lnlely .-.  bo iso on  Fii t  St,
Vi,   I.    I lei.-   \le...    I.id.ly und   Mis.   Maley were awaiting their arrival with   a.
BUpper nf  lerapting good thlngi   Whei
ih" ■■ had   li api care I in iho i UBtom-
ary   m.i"nal     manner,   an   inicres'iing
program, which the children had   prepared themselves,   was  presented,  recitations,    dialogue . vocal and instrumental    nl" ' were all of very e/jod qu-
aia'.y indeed  and  inii'h enjoyed. The remainder of   the evening  was  spout    in
old -fashioned  games in  which everyone
joined heartily,   A  pleasant feature   of
the evening was the presentation     to
Mi-    Pierce from  tho class of a beautiful ebony manicure set,    accompanied
by a  clover  address.    Miss   fierce    rc-
plie'd fittingly an.i tho evening doBed
with  votes ol  ihanksto all those   who.
had assisted in making tbe parly -neb
a success.
In re ponse to g lolegi am from Ottawa on Saturday, Brio Ooursler, left
On Monday's midnight train [or Hud-
-on May Junction to join a survey party yniiii.' north, His many friends re
greal nis Inability to remain in   town
(Ol   tlle  holiday-.
The theatre-goers of Revelstoke will
find some line moi iou pictures at tho
Star thoaire for Xmas week, with a
special matinee on Xmas afiernoon
starting at 2:30. Christmas night
there will three shows starling at ~i
o'clock. Everything will be warm and
comforlable and for the weeks' pro
gram you will lind it elsewhere in this
issue.
Mirfs L. Da\IW«, late of the KoreBt
Mills ollice slafT. announces in anothei
column that she has opened an ollice
as a public stenographer in the ("ana
diun Bank of Commerce ehambers
Miss Davison is nn export stenograph
er, wllh a wide experience ol ofllce ami
Skate on the Revelstoke open air general business routine, and will un-
rink nnd don'l run thc risk nf a duck- dcrtnkc any description of private Ol
lr,* or possibly drowning, as was ex- public stenographic work, including th,
periencpd thl- Week by *>me of the making out, and forwarding, of mon
hoya thly statements of accounts, etc.
on the    1st    of TAKK NOTICE
I       ,'       \       lie    K.'O. Will 	
la'   ed  Piano  lessons    In      That   I  shall not  he  responsible!    for
.rner  of   See on I   ...ny  de'.i    i  .rit rai led by  my  wile, Sar-
,    nue       l'lume   ah  Best, nee Wilkinson, who left     her
12,    The ten . to teach tbe   homi at   BXmo   Biding,  Notch Hill,  D.
i'   own  homes.      [1.172m   f .,  Inst December,  1912.
(Signed)
ROBERT BEST,
Notch Hill, B.C., November 20, 1913
' lit iss   Vov.29, lm.
HIGH  SCHOOL.
Following  is  the attendance ut  the
I   'hool f,,i  month of December.
D. I.
D. II. T.
Enrollment        9
IS      2*
l'iesent   every   scssicn...     6
12      18
,ge   nl'endance....S8R
.9o6   .922
We h ^e received loo lnte lor     this
i sue,  several   pri//t eB-ays  on "Santu
written      by   local      MhiHr,;n(
whi'h will appear in Saturday'" i sue.
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