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PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 17-No. 84
REVELSTOKE li. C. OCTOBEK 25 191
$2.50 Per Year
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HIGHEST (j^vf TOOLS TOU
RSof
CARPENTERS orIVt)ER^.
WVRE
THAT IS
RIGHT IN
QUALITY
ac PRICE
A GOOD WORKMAN USES GOOD TOOLS. GOOD
TOOLS COST NO MORE THAN POOR TOOLS. WITH
THE BEST TOOLS NEITHER WORKMAN NOR TOOLS
LOSE THE TEMPLR. THE TOOLS WE SELL ARK
SHARP AND REMAIN SHARP. WHILE OUR TOOLS
ARE EVEN TEMPERED. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. NO
SHARP PRACTICE USED BY US, ONLY TO PLANE
DOWN THE PRICE,
THIS PLANE TALK. AND ALWAYS ON THE SPUARE.
NOT OUT WITH THE HAMMER AGAINST OUR COMPETITORS BUT MEET THEM AND THE PUBLIC ON
THE LEVEL.   GIVE US A CHANCE TO SHOW YOU.
A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT
TD CP.R.
Spauldlng Loses His left Arm and
[ii] in an Accident in ttie
Railway Yards
\ terrible accident befell brakeman
I'l. A. Hpniilding in tin' C.P.R. yards
at I* *:n yesterday mi min.-, while
switching. Tl»' unfortunate nmn who
Is employed us n brntteman on the
wink train used in connection with
tiie st.'.im Bhovel jusi east of the city
w is mnking up his train In the yards
yesterday morning, and in arranging
the air brake In some unaccountable
manner tripped and fi'H underneath
the train, awl his left arm was completely severed at  the shoulder, while
his left. Ii'k' was so badly (TnsltMil
lhal ther,' is very little hope that it
ran he saved. Inquiry at the hospital elicited the Information that the
Injured man is still alive and doing
as well as could bo expected from
the serious nature  of his  injuries.
Mr. Spauldlng is a member of tho
I.u.u.l''., whoso lodge Is located nl
Watertuwn, N.Y., and lhe hrcthren
here have taken the case In hand and
have wired to his lodge at. Water-
town, also to his wife and two children, who are at present visiting
there, the particulars of the sad accident. Mr. Spauldlng is also a mem
ber  of  the Trainmen's lod-je.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad OWw-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      - £10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed            - 6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up 5 944.278.00
Reserve        ....       5,944,278.00 6
Branches or Agents at all principal points in Canada. V
Agents in Great Britain  and United Status—London, England, A
Lloyds Bink, Limited.    Chicago—First National Bank,  Corn Kx- T
change National Bank,   Seattlo—Seattle National Bank,  San Fran- V
cisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank     Spokane— Exchange Q
National Bank. J^
Savings Bank Department
Pepoiita of $1 and onward, rereivuu, onu  .'"tercet allowed at
curreut rate (ran) date of deposit.   Cormsiiaudenoe solicited,
Revolstoke Branch— A. H./^cUJonoghan, Mgr.
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Australian Conditions
"Oh, yes, woman suffrage is working out fine in our country," stated
Mr. D, Miller, of Sydney, Australia,
who arrived at the King Edward hotel this morning, says the Toronto
Telegram. "It is an old story with
us  now."
Mr. Miller is the chief inspector or
the Hank of New .South Wales, Alls -
tralla,and intends to travel through
western Canada viewing the wheat
fields both for personal and bank interests. He states, however, that his
bank has enough to handle In Australia without coming here to invest
money.
"If Australia could get the people
like Canada is, she would go ahead
much faster," he stated. "We hnve no
mixed population like you have here.
We are practically all English, Irish
and Scotch, with a few Canadians
and Americans.
"Our Federal government is labor,
and the women are voting intelligent
ly. They just want the right to vote
and don't want to enter public life.
One woman became mayor of a town
and had some public life experience,
but she did not repeat the operation
Of course there have heen notations
to have women enter the legislature,
but no attempts have been made.
"The women, as far as I can see,
just want a say in the matters of the
country in the way ol a vote, and
don't want the public positions."
JUST  ARRIVED! |
Bear Skin Coats for Children
i Brown and White I
Bonnets  to  Match
Mrs. A* G, Crick, • First Street
P. BURNS C& CO., LIMITED
OYSTERS SPRING CHICKENS
IMPERATOR AND SHAMROCK HAMS
AND   BACON
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
Robin Hood Flour Beats Them All
Mrs. H. N. Coursier carries off  two first prizes
with ROHIN HOOD FLOUR.    Tho special prize
we offered and also for the heat  loaf from any
flour,   tf you want good bread use Robin Hood
tlie Hour of quality.
O. W. BELL
P. O Box 208    QROOER & MAKER    Phunc No. 23
V
11 Prosperous Year
A prosperous year's business was
reported at the 50th annual general
meeting of shareholders of Molson's
Bank, in the head office, at 2110 St.
Jnmes street, Montreal, on Oct. IG.
The annual report nf the general
manager, Mr. James Elliot, declared
that business hal been remunerative,
ths total profits amounting to $712,-
">3'.l.S2. The sum of J2O0,06fl was added to the reserve fund, making it $1,
BlHi.OOO and after all taxes, etc., had
j been paid there was a balance of
1119,306.12. New hranrhes had been
I opened at Dashwood, Teeswater and
iPetrolea, Ontario; also in Montreal,
on St. Lawrence Boulevard, and at
Cote St. Paul. In addition, line new
buildings ha,l been erected for other
already establish«I branches, The total   asset::   were  (47,517,832.89,
ln bis address the president, Mr. IV,
Molson M.H'i'b *is..ii. commented on
the Increase m the population nn.l
prosperity of the nation and remarked
that it was reflected in the increased
deposits in the banks wbich now
amounted to $1,041,000,000, a larger
total than last year by Wl,0OO,00O.
Changes in the Banking Act in the
near future were forecasted by the
president leefore he resumed Ins seal.
A pleasing feature of thc manager's
report wns his statement that a careful inspection of all tbc bank's depart
ments had resulted in the conclusion
thnt the officers everywhere had performed their duties with efficiency and
zeal.
Teacher Missing
Nelson, (ill. 24—Parties (il men
ami boys are scouring the mountains
in the vlcltiltj of Rossland In search
of   Miss   Maude   Hruce,   sister   of    Mr.
Leslie Bruce, principal of the Rossland public school, who went out
alone on Sunday with the avowed intention of bunting. She lias not been
Been or heard uf since noon that .day.
V noon Miss Hruce, wbo is „ school
tencll'Sr, Was seen some miles oil in
the mountains by Mr. Charles Williams, who asked her if she were
aboul to return borne. She replied
thnl Bhe was "golttg farther yet" That
is the last heard of the missing girl,
n id all yesterday and up to a late
hour last night search parties trailed
mile after mile over tbe thickly-woo>1
e.l mountains without finding any
trace of her.
FOUR MORE NIGHTS
H the Allen Players Terminate
Their Stay Here
The Allen l'layers will remain here
but four more nights and will produce the following plays.
Tonight (Wcln sdnyj "The Second
in Command" will be the play, it is
an Knglish Military drama and is entirely dillcrent from any play ever
produced by this company. It is a
strong interesting -story overloaded
with good clean comedy. Un Thurs-
(1 '.v evening "The Road to Yesterday" will be produced. It is one of
the latest New York and London suc-
c .;ses and is a distinct no., Hy. It
i: an entire new idea in play build -
in;. The subject is Reincarnation.
Instead of the play going ahead of-
t r the lirst act, it goes back three
hundred years. It is a most unique
il a and instead of being serious as
i •, i would suppose it is interwoven
with good wholesome comedy. It is a
bran new production the scenery and
c Btumes being entirely new. This
play will undoubtedly prove oue of
tha most pleasing bills of the entire
season.
iln Friday evening a dramatization
11 the late Count beo Tolstoi's famous novel "Resurrection" will be given. It is one of the most gripping of
tha Allen Company's extensive repertoire'. The Ladies of the Catholic
church have the tickets in charge for
this play and (here will undoubtedly
le a bumper house. On Saturday af-
t a: noon at 2:30 there will be a matinee for children of all ages. Tho
play for this occasion will be the fun
ni-st bill seen here in years, " A
Stranger in  a Strange Land."
It has been Mr. Allen's policy to
i'I ways leave them laughing when you
i av good bye, consequently "Our New
c rl" will lie the vehicle with which
.tli s excellent company will bid fare-
well. The Royal Hungarian Quarteto
which by the way is one of the best
musloal organizations tbat has ever
appeared in RevelBtoke, will appear
nt each performance.
Hook your seats early for there ls
bound to be a rush.
inr speaker ron
DOMINI HOUSE
Dr. T. S. Sproule, M. P. for East
Grey Duly Sworn in last Saturday Afternoon
Ottawa, Oct, 28—At the close of
the Cabinet, meeting Saturday after.
noon it was announced by the Prime
Minister thai Dr, T. s. Sproule, M.
I'. for blast llrey, would be tho government candidate for Speaker of
the House. While not officially announced, It is generally understood
that Mr. I'.K. Blondln, M, P. for
Champlain, will lie Deputy Speaker ,
and that Senator Landry will be
Speaker of the Senate, The choice of
Dr. Sproule ■for Speaker will be hall"
i d with satisfaction by all the members of the House, irrespective of
party. He has been a member of the
House continuously since IS78, his
only seniors in service being Hon.
John Haggart and Sir Wilfrid Laurier. He is familiar with the rules
of tbe House, and will make an admirable  Speaker.
Card of Thanks-
The Ladies Hospital (imll desire to
' tpress theii thanks to Mr. Allen ami
his excellent company (Allen l'lnyers)
for their kindness in playing a hos-
P tal benefit on Friday night, Oct.
27th.
Tiie Hoys' Hn-s'i* will meet tonight in th« drill hall at 7:80 to begin their work for tbe fall,
y. M. C. II. NOTES
One of the best meetings held on
Sundays was held last Sunday in
tiie Y.M.C.A. building', when Sir Andrew Fraser gave an account of his
work in India. Over 135 men were
present. Th ■ following gentlemen,
some of them leaders in tho Laymans
Missionary movement, took part in
fie  meeting:
Sir Andrew Fraser, K.U.S.I., Moderator of the General assembly of the
Presbyterian church; ,1. Ryrie, of
Ryrle Bros, of Toronto; H.C. Priest,
General Secretary Missionary Kduca
t.ional movement iu Canada; II. K.
Caskcy, General Secretary Laymen's
Missionary movement in c.iiiaila;ltev.
Mr. Bowles, Missionary from China;
11. \V. Allen. Asst. Sec. ot the Angli
cat) church Missionary Society; A. 10.
Armstrong, AshL Sec. [or Foreign
Missions of the Presbyterian church.
Also stopping over Sunday in Revolstoke, were Lady Fraser, Mrs. Ryrie,
and Mrs.  Anderson.
Do not forget the great turkey sup
per to be held in the V'M.C.A. on
Monday, October 80th, under the auspices of the Ladles Auxiliary. Never
Mind cooking anything for BUpper
that night. Supper served from 5:3(1
to 8 o'clock. Tickets, children 360.,
adults 50c. The band are to be present and render music during the evening.
Mr. A. McAllister of Kenora, left
Tuesday for Cranbrook lo assist. Mr.
J.   Tete   in a membership   campaign.
Howling—Oct. 20. Shops vs. Law
rence Hardware Oo.; Shops, 2*251;
Lawrence Hardware Oo., 1891, Gain
for shops 369, Oct.. 23. J.B.C. vs.
Business Men; J.B.C.. 2113; Business
Men, 2007.  Oaln for J.B.C, IOC.
WINNIPEG COMPANY CENSU..ED j
Pass Severe Comment on That
Concern
Winnipeg, Oct. 21—Sevirc comment
was passed by members of the Min -
is I 'rial association yesterday in reference to conditions prevailing at the
Greal West Saddlery in this city, one
minister saying, it was ei|Unl to tho
white slave traffic in its effect on human beings. Rev. Mr. Woodworth
snd one of the conditions imposed,
was to withhold the lirst weeks' wages of the men. and that was nothing short of nn outrage. He could
hardly think thnt it was legal, that
a man should have no claim for re-
mumerabion lor his tirst week's work
and that it should he held hy tho
company as sort of caution money
wl'.ich was to be presented to the
man after long years of service as
what  was  termed a  bonus.
If that was not illegal, then it
ought to bc. They could not help
bring convinced that it was immoral
and  against all  standards  of justice.
They admired the stand of the
co'larmakers and othor workmen who
sooner than submit to such conditions, were willing to quit work and
Stand by their followmen. These men
were not agitators, they were all of
them pood men nnd the majority of
them church members, but they were
on that account unwilling to sign
awny  their liberties.
The men had to work in a base -
ment in conditions which were not
sanitary.
Bon't forgot thc dnnce Oct. 10th, at
the Opera House by the Rebecca
Lodge.
Mrs. Paget will receive on Friday,
Oct.  27th.
There nre three weddings being cel-
e'li-atel   in   the city  today.
Mrs. K. M. Allum will not receive
Friday the 27th inst.
The Band of Hope will m,-et at the
city hall on Friday afternoon at 3:;i(>
o'clock.
Keep the date in mind, Monday
Oct.. 30, Rebecca Lodge Dance in tbc
Opera  House.
A. McRao of Revelstoke, and Otto
Lacliniuud ot Arrowheud, are dele -
gates to a Shi'iners convention at
Craubrook this week.
Mr. Ford as a cartoonist is witty,
entertaining and instructive, at the
Presbyterian church tonight at, h.'M.
Admission 50 cents.
Heady  wit and  wholesome humor,
combined with pictures that please
the eye and point a moral. Don't
miss Ford tonight in the Presbyterian church.—Admission BO cents.
You'll laugh your sides Bore tonight
wlwn yon see Ford draw his cartoons
in the Presbyterian church Admission 50 cents,  children 25  cents.
Mr, Henry McLean has on exhibit
mn in the window of Bews' drug
store, a potato weighing two pounds
13 ozs. The polato was grown this
year In the garden of Dr. McLean on
First street.
L. W. Ford, who appears tonight
In the Presbyterian church, was for
many years cartoonist for the Syracuse Herald and  other  New  York   pa
' pers. As an entertainer he has a
Wide reputation lor the strength ol
his idens and llie genorically of his
humor,   and   presents   an   evening     of
, rare   enjoyment.   Tho  cartoons     aro
I not mere sketches, but well drawn
elaborate pictures in full color. No
one should miss this opportunity   of
1 enjoying a Urst-class entertainment,
HEATING STOVES
We have a hr^r stork of Helle
I iak, Sun beam oufc, Hoi Bloat
Airtight and other heaters,
with specially heavy grates
Btld limilgs, at prices to suit
all. Uur shipment of Kootenay and Sask-AIta Ranges is
also ilue and we will be able to
fill all orders.
Hay, Flour and Feed
Just unloaded a car ol Kov.il
Household Flour, one ol OaU,
Wheat and Mill Feed and one
of Timothy Hay.
Choice Groceries
Fruits and Vegetables
**
BOURNE  BROS.
bi
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
McIntyre's Specials
Cape Cod Cranberries, per Ib *  15c
Choice Apples, per box  $1.90
Malta Vita, per packet  10c
Popham's Graham Wafers, 2 lb. box  30c
all first quality goods
JOHN McINTYRI? *<* sov      Phone IIO
Shippers -uiul Puckers for the Hills
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Distributors for Swift's Products
Fresh Killed Turkeys
Milk Fed Chicken
'   Wild Duck
We have them in
all sizes
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
High Class Meat Purveyors
Phone 251
P. O. Box 181
Tailored Suits and Overcoats
FOR   MEN
Hundreds of them here, hv far the largest
Assortmenl we have ever offered in the
Lity. No matter what the price you are
prepared to pay there is a Suit or Overcoat here to meet it. 'Ihey have the stvle,
lit and cloth.
McRAE MERCANTILE CO.. LIMITED
Men's  Furnishers
Entombed in Burning Mine
Tenders Wanted
Rone, Oct.  Zl—With no hope ot rea " •
cue OM hundred  men. eutoml>ed in u Tenders   nre   lieing   Invited   by    the
bunting  sulphur   min*   in  Ti'itlionella. taptrW  Hank ot  Panada for the er-
Kinly,  nre meeting nn awful      death ectlon  ol  n   two st.u-er concrete  ad-
11»• I;iv-                                                          ' dition   to   the  present  Hank   building
All  attcmptR at rescue were aimed- in  this  city.
nii'il after twn were burned to death
ii .in endeavor to Bave thoir
miles.
i Friday the 27th, "The Ressurec-
j tion" by the .Mien Mayer-, !>en*cflt
I tor   the  Catholic   church.
Keep  the dale  in  mind,      Monday,
OOt, 90, Rebecca  Lodge Dance in the
' upira Hgugg,
Plana and specifications     may    be
(.u .luring offlie hours.
The  lowest or nny  tender  not n-ec-
eswirily  accepted
A. B. McCLBNBOHAN,
Manager.
Hook  your seats  early  lor       "Tba
Uuu," Frlfoy next.
I     Hook  y
Raaturact WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER 86, 1911.
THE MAIL-HEEALD, SREVEILSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER 25,  1*911.
(f
Fuel for Winter
=^
Pittsburg Anthracite Coal $16 per ton
Wellington Soft Coal $11
WOOD   3 ricks to cord
16 inch mixed  hard wood $7.50 a cord
4 foot Cedar - $6.25
Order your supply early to be sure
of Fuel for the Winter
^
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
A FAKE ATTEMPT TD
CD
the conductor
called tor the
tion anil told
den  up from
an I that he
on the excursion train
investigator at the sta
him Bowling hint rid-
Atlanta on his train,
Id he bad been In Rich
mond,  Va.   The investlgalor announc
ed
sa
n     .,        , ■     il     n • j  ('"  Bowling's return through the col-
Bawling Jumps in tne Briny and»»0i , i-m ■, *. newspaper,  ud
'acting on  instructions trom his home
U6lS HlS  fBBl Wet,   DtltFailBO   o«Im, »>°PP«J the entire matte. But
i these two Conspirators did  not even
to Do Up the Insurance Co. ^ tl,e caBh *m*^ ^ "f hi8
J
Ci c flDaiMbcrnlb     The First Moving Pictures
Pl'HLlSHKI
drowning has always been
way of   disposing of    body
an   in-
the
Death hy
a  Favorite
by those seeking to defraud
surnnrc company. This wus tne me
thod hit upon by a man of thu name
"1 Bowling, and his brother-in-law,
tt niters, a lew years ago at Tybee,
au Island in the Atlantic just oIT the
coast (ii'in I'avaunah, (la., The two
nun were turiu.'rs near Columbus,
tla., and started one Sunday for
Vybee to spend Sunday. They weat.
on au excursion  and    bought round -
_^__^___       WKliSKSIHY   AMi
■> i ri ttu.O   vr
KCVtLhtUKK.   !>    C.
Jiucrior puDiisbliiQ Company.
LumiiuU
ADVERTISING RATES.
Lejal notices V cents per line first
insertion, i cents per line cai.li
Bubseiiiieiit Insertion. Measure
meuts Nonpariel i.l- lines make
one inch.j Store uud general
business announcements $2.50 pel
inch per month. Prelerred positions. 2'. per cent, additional.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, 50c
each  insertion.
Laud  notiies $7.50.  All advertisements subject to the approval ol
the  management.      Wanted      aud
Condensed       Advertisements  :   -
Agents Vipntert. Help Wanted, Sit
untions  wanted,    Situatious    Va
cant, Teacbeis Wanted, Mechanics
Wanttrd,   ib  «i r,ls  or     less,    2iiC,
each      additional      l.ne   10  ceuts
than^es     il   B'anding advertise
meots    must   be   in    by 'J a.  m,
Tuesday and Friday of each week
to  secure  good  disi  ny
CORRESPONDENCE Invited on matter- ot publ.c interest. Communications to Kditor must be
accompanied by name of writer
nut necessarily for publication
but as evidence ol irood taith.
Correspondence should be brief.
eiCIlSCHIl'TlUN   RATES
lucludiu.:  postage to  England,  Uuit-
e-i  States un.l Canada.
By the year t, through postodlce) *$2.iU
I.
trip tickets.
.-Inn Ily after
turned to th
garments
tm   Sunday    evening
ullie o'clock Walters re-
* hotel currying the oul
ni   Bowling,  and   report
il   lhal   H
III   the
outer
water,
wave
Considerable discussion has been gi
,ii ■  on for some time  past  as  I o Wbi
ui ig nated   t he  i >n una.   Many  cluiui
..in*-  tn  tin*  distinction  bave     come
, award,   but   alter  uarelul   Investigu
iion it   would appear that tbo honoi
i ally belongs to an mnglisbman, Ed
...,i.l  Muybridge, wh
Kingston on 'i'Uames     In   the  lortiei
..ni  settled  in i aiilotiiia,  where lat,
i il   he   uirtalni'.l   an   appolntmcnl
, llutot;! apllie   surveyor   of   tli.*   I    _^^^^_^^^^^_^_^_^^_^^^^^^_
,.,.ist. I companies  had  sent  in    reports
I'he   lust,   moving   picture   which   lie'the man  was undoubtedly dead,
i.ly
I er-in-law
emigrated irom1 Ing the l
: I undertow,
. |    The  Invest Igat
ttd   lieservi'
aeiiu* ' alive,  i
wling  hud said  he   wasn't.
In   leave  Tybee   without  a   dip
uccun, and bad  stripped oil Ins
ilothos an.l    sprung into    the
Walters asserted that a big
ume  in    and caught his broth-
drowned  him,    carry -
out to sea in the strong
policy  In at  least   one company.
While the matter ol tracing persons
who have disappeared and unravelling conspiracies to defraud the emu
puny may appeal to the general pub-
lie with the glamor and romance
which seems to surround the words
'iliteotive' and secret service the Insurance companies look upon it. as a
mere matter of routine business the
protection ol their policy holders and
of the companv. It. is ns much a matter of business with them ns with the
association of National Hankers, the
Consolidated New York Stock Exchange and thc wholesale and retail
merchants' ass iclallona of this and
other large cities of the country.
When an insur ,1 man disappears, it
saves the company and ihe policyholders money to trace him, and he
is traced with as much despatch as
the specialized Investigating bureau
is capable  of.
lor   the     Mutual
Company  [ound    the      man
fter tbe agents oi three otner
that
and
produced was realty the oiucutuu
, wagei made between the tlovei'i
m Cullloi ma i Lei an I StainoiM i
i friend as to whether a horse
. as lour legs oil ine ground .it
..me moment while running.
i iaccd   I Wl Oty lour   cam, I.is   ill   il
and
ever
the
He
line
, covci ea h movement ol the horse
i.l rider, the camera-shutters beiug
.oved by connectlug-pieces o.' string
.inch the animal broKe a- be passed.
.ie result was a series of pictures
towing each movement ol the horse.
,,   -vti k'.|      the argument,    for  Muy-
ridge was able to show that, ex-
i   pt   when  jumping,  the   horse    nc.tr
id all his feet oil the grou id at
* i ■ time.
Thia experiment caused V, i. i, *,:•.
,. think what an Interesting thing
. would be to present, the photos ,u
, mt mn To do this ie copied 'he
method made familiar t.i m.my in
t ie zoetrope. This toy .*.is ■ i* ,-ie-
, 'aid cylinder, with slit.. in llu
upper section, aud wh.'ii it revolved
i ipldly it reproduced drawings ap
i arently  in  motion.
To     reproduce  the  ell-el   u,u u
screen,  using  photograuaa,      was
advising their companies to pay the
policies. ThiB one investigator felt
that  Howling was not dead,    and in-
1 due.'d the other companies to hold up
t hr  cheques.
' As an example of what these secret
service men [or the insurance companies are called upon to do, here
arc the stcjis by which this Invest! -
gator   traced   Howling.
' At the hotel In Tybee he discovered that Bowling had called for hot
water—to take medicine with, he told
lhe   hell boy.      Walter's  sworn      nar-
' rativc  ol  events,  however,     said    no
tiling  about  any   medicine.
Convinced   that   Howling   had     left
I the island alive, the Investigator next
sought the means. The railway which
; linages th*e short distance trom the
nia inland to Tybee had stopped run-
ning   trains  for   the  season,     but    he
' dually   obtained  access  to  the  record
1 of tickets, and he found that, one
cash fare had been paid In on the return trip from the island on the last
- train to leave Tybee that Sunday,
lt was an excursion train tram Co -
lumbus, the one-way fare being tbe
same   as   the  special   round trip —50c,
Sir.a'lpox in Alberta
Reports of smallpox in some ol tbe
towns surrounding Calgary have
roused the city health department to
even greater vigilance In order that
the disease may not obtain a foothold
in  the city,   says  the Calgary   Herald
Saturday night Crank II. Webber a
horseman, who has been attending the
country fairs in tbo Calgary ills'rict
was reported by one of th■■ cily phy-
iscians to be suffering [rom smallpox.
He has been living over iu Victoria
park and there is no possible chan.'e
ol him having infected any person
else. Webber has only been in tb;
city about a week, so he must have
contracted the disease in some of the
outlying towns.
Madame Sherry on Monday
on Friday morning at nine o'clock
seats will go on snle at th? Iios
ollice of the Mellon,ild drug store for
the engagement of "Madame Sherry"
lh ■ phenomenal!^ successful musical
comedy whicli will appear here for a
ui.lit   only.
That   the  attendance  during   the en-
c.-.igen t   of   "Madame   Sherry"      in
this city will relatively equal that, ol
Chicago, where lhe piece ran thru'
the heal of the summer, and that of
New Yolk, where lhe spacious New
Amsterdam theatre is inadequate to
hold thfl crowds is almost, certain
trom the numlier of mail orders that
have been received from people who
arc anxious to enjoy this delightful
French vaudeville. For "Madame
Sherry" is a novelly in every way.
Ils comedy is bright, and refreshing,
mid the story is much more plausible
and consistent thnn is found in the
ordinary musical farce; its music is
not only enchanting, hut every numlier is the result of some situation
in the comedy. In points of production, cast, chorus and special orchestra, "Madame Sherry" rcpre-
s nts the last word in perfection.
lio not (orget that this delightful
opera will appear in the Edison theatre on  Monday, October 80th,
Get on the list
The municipal voters' list is open
nnd those qualified may register at
the city hall or before a commissioner for taking affidavits, until Oct. 'il
Any person who jm a Uritish subject
ot the full age of '21 years, who has
hi en a resident ol the city since Jun-
uary 1st last and who has paid the
road tail and other taxes up to date
is eligible to be placed ou the list.
Everyone who is not the registered
owner of property and on the assessment roll as such, must register in
older  to obtain thc franchise.
EDISON   THEATRE
(M NIGHT, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1911
1 RANK W, 11KALY ANO W, B. SHERMAN
ic i'lll Woods l-'ta/cc and  l.eileielV
V(1].I)S'    lA.Mdl'S  MUSICAL   COMEDY
\ Ev    •    'ry Ut-tle  non-meat  lut,   a       mean  -    lug* -&U   lu    own,
TIIE ENCHANTING MELODY WHOSE HAUNTING STRAINS HAVE EHTHRAUED THE WORU)
It's tlie Theme Son*; ot WOODS'. FHAZEE4 IEDEBER  rlienomen«l Buccal
lATIESiltRRY
 By OTTO HAl'ERBAOH «ml KARL HO30HNA
the laUghwg MUSICAL SENSATION of two continents'
A CAST OF MUSICAL COMEBY CELEBRITIES, fnelttdint jT rpoM^S'ji^ iKS^'XS
JlWATSfc HHW TOSS.
Special Orchestra   Carried By   the   Company
TWO CARS OV gCRNBRV
l,\KC,K Itl'.AITV CHORUS
Subscriptions now being taken for Seals. All subscribers have a
M-liour Option on Met Seals, previous lo the opening. Regular Seals
ill Sale Pridiiv, Oct.  27th, ut Maciluuiild's Drug Stoic.
Prices. $2.00. $1.50 and $1.00
COAL!
coal:
WELLINGTON COAL $11
PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE      $16
Brands that me famous for their superior burning
and beating qualities. They need uo recommendation to those who have ir eil them. Leave your
i rders now belore the snow comes and avoid the
i ush
PHONF. 60
S. C1. ROI 51 JINK,       FJ RST STREET
.1. w
who it
a   man
ii i Ui,wlim?'s  return   trip   ticket   was dis-
i.icchanical feat which was finally ecu   Howling s return       i
The Chimney Swe: p
. Jones, the chimney sweep,
doing business in the city ia
of a good deal of energy. He
is by profession a steam shovel engineer from the lT.S. who, with 75
others are out on strike. He is nlso
an inventor ol -ome prominence on
tha other side of the line. In bis
youth he was an aeronaut aviator
and parachute jumper. Mr. Jones
says he is now working on a rueihuii
icul invention and when h*- has accumulated sullicient capital will demonstrate his theory.
Cfoe Afoul l3craU>
WEDNESDAY,   OCTOBER
1911.
IIII
V;:        ' - tt     Western
Wagi Earner  several    changes     have
'xt-t* m rhe n une has ' *  u cbang
ed to olumbia  K lera
■1st     11        ll be published,    until
■    ' warrants n weeklj.
-.11'      ii.; Il,
■ as a -t-i'rti--f monthlj
.■ Th.*  new   in,in.or
!!.   rami.   let;
Jas.  II   Mi V ■',;■    who hi- I
bole time   ml in
rector, t" tii •
lanco iver     Labor
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tf tl rt      tin     iteen l
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lort* " I it*
ex] ■ i>      , n
;            ■               the  "tienlT
The Value of Small Savings
I. IS J -.ir*- "f nee
ive tbi     eai
18    rent..*.
thus -.,* .*■;... til  bf    was
GO ta the     i  in i '...in .•'■ci nnv nt fof
tbe  purcbasi   ol ty, th      ;•■
•-■ilt   of ' *     *'   '1 **!ll
and afc  '" h«  won I  reee   •   *
every tbrei   months so long    as    h*
litre i    ii :.*   lied i» tore be wa       60
all tbat he hal paid in wltbtbreepei
rent compound interest  would be re
hm-lvd   to his  beirr.aai  it  he      Iled
Just   before   h .-   tir*t   instalment      of
Annuity tell due his heirs would   In-'
bcrit      $771,7t.   A   postcard    to    the
Superintendent  of    Canadian  Oovem
ment   Anmiiti-rs,   Ottawa,   giving rmirj
,.-.   la'   b rth'liT.  k-IU i-rrure you tn-1
f..rmati"n  ns  to      what on    Annuity
Will  roHt
.tiered,   the   movements  of   the   horse
being shown,  but no background
Tins was before the introduction ol
the flexible Bim l"i the cauUT.i, and
. ,'lorc rapid photograpuy had heen
iljreloped. Muybridge liv;J t' sec
tue wonderful moving pici i"* ol i"
lay, and died in Hull at ins home
a  England.
step
the
John I Waibh Dead
John H. rtalsh is Dea I
Chicago,   Oct,   ^:t- -John   i;    W ilab
I riner      banker,   publisher    iim  i ,.
: -mi "« ner, release ., \. ■ ik ago li oiu
llie   Leavenworth  federal   pnsou, di   I
lay  of  heart   disease.
Mr.  Walsh lu,.I  been ii in
-.   the   time  since   Ins   uti   d
un Leavenworth on Oc*.. 13
Walsh     was Ti years olJ
ime ju.-t  a.in*
, .,  parole  Irom  tin   ledoi
ny,   where  be  bad  sei
..*. -ht months and  twenty
a live-year sentence on ., ci   '
ii, sappropriating   'he  lun i ■
,.nk t.i the use ut uniii ,   i •
Walsh's health [ailed .-** n a
mmittal t" prison      Vi     '
ment  to obtain bis I   ■   ie
i   i "le »as b.-guii by mem *
.    Mrs   Mary Walsh ..
*   lis.   Rlcband   Walsh   an.l   .1   bl      W.
L    At   tbat  time tbe  es , i ;..ng
i    m   at  the   penitentlarj    said
• ■ iSerlng '.-.'1111 b ir h n ng I r>(,    .
ies,
un    tin*
i    . IS  ffalsta   was
A"l,t    ,t   ....
n d    there   .nt il
'covered  in his  pocket.  Thc  nexi
i vvas to rind the   conductor   of
tram,   lie  was  anally   located    mi  a
j freight  train running out of  Atlanta.
He  recalled  the  one oash fare because
he had  taken  the niau as a  'spotter.'
His    description  corresponded     with
[ that oi liowltngl except thut the man
on the train bad no moustache.
At the governmenl building in Sa
canuah he lent n i from the engin 1
ing record    I undertow
lal Tybee, on the contrary   everything
its shores.
Prom .1 m ' Bowling's near
i oluml *      ■ •     ■•: ■ I    ervioe      man
;. arm 11 ng    ,,*i   taken  ins
1 nor   with     m   Tbe  * * ighl or
.1 p "*r mai rd a raz..r
and .   week.
-
-1    be
went   1 ■    the
l Ml      Bow ild  n.'t
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I 1
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- ,iy     re
Wai
l^Bptrnrsion  tol^H
.eckless Bravery
in iny   : -
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11      ti*
in* found     t
■    .I  ..
..,.- tin*  1  "■
who
I   ireal
1    and
i'
Going to Ottawa in November
I'remh 1   Mi 11 *. .  \,..:,   W 111 im
1, r 2 t.i .1  • , *   •;.
■ni. nl   '■ * ■■ 1   matt        *ii    *i..
in •  betwi en  the   pi     ni      in I
I, .mm ' 11.  Tbey  h.i :  ,nt* n le I
t nexl   i.*"« trip
:   1   ,,  f««    lay-   OWlng   t*i  ' !*       inii*-
. 1 Intention of Hon. it   1.  Borden to
t *ke a   bl Ief  hull lay       They     will   .'*
1   , a   the   1 'ha 1 IO,   Milwaukee    .■ r 1't
St. Paul Railway ..n 1  it Ottawa they
will bi   'iine.1 bj Hon. William itos«.
It Is expected thai     tic nonferene
tiil) lead to a settlement ,,t thedifler
which have loO | existed he
t .■.. --ii tlle proVloClfll and hderal ail-
th"rttai.*   With  it*.-anl   to  iti.mv  tnat-
• ■    "i pnhiu  Importance.
Tbanl
311th  tbi.- year.
li,v  ||  Mi.nday.  Oct
Don'l Ioi gol tbc dnace Oct.
the      lipera     House   by   tba
Lutyt.
.uni, at
iR'hecea
suit  on that   day. it
I	
and    ould
'■■      I'd:    Ot
■
..   sold
'
H ■    i* t Walter's sv
*
•     tbe
*
Bowlln '   lor   it   Vlacon  Bowling
*' 1 hed   l big roll 0 ,n I   in  th-
which Walters brought to the
,1! iii'-i   ■ * m   ,*■ i *   '       ■*• i' ' 1 ite   11* I
ti unu 1 I *en he
reached Columbus he let  it be known
that h"  h.i ; t for t Iw ai rest
ol Waltei <    'lh'*  io*■* .  s "a    t
hi 1 Bowling' 1 ni other oame In to
I'bolll    .' .      in !     i*     what     wiillil
he done to Waltei ■   Th 1 investlgat
or  told  bim  be  knew    (there   Howling
■ *    hiding, .ui-l unless Wallers    pfo
ilm '-I imn he ". 1 1   **i"i th m both
tn tin* penitential v    bul  that  if    t.hey
compiled   if Bowling could corns hack
nml   1','ik  out   for his   wife and family
Him whole matter would be  Iroppi 1
XbC ,l!"1'  worked.  Two ii'i'hlH Igtcr
Tripoli, Oct. 23—The lighting at
ii nghazi between the Italians aud
.he Turks bas been of the fiercest
character. After uu engagement
*'*'..eh lasted all daj October 19, the
Turks returned to the camp during
tiie night. Tbey made a savage ou-
slaught upon the Italian camp, but
were repulsed. Iu the morning the
Italian forces occupied bbe city. Thj
Turkish losses were heavy and the
Italian dea 1 number not less thiin one
hundred.
There  .nc  j 1  reasons lor  hellev
ing  tbat   the  Its 1 * *    at.  Beng
••ly   bundled    by
the Turks and  theii   Arab auxiliaries
iai.an   lOSSeS ill "
ninth I tan officially reported,
I .-lief by   the
Benghazi     of
*  hospital  ship
Margin
•   imei wbo    went    to
Bi Dghai ■ o land say
ha'.e displayed
DIM *it
: *.,: an d rces en ,
,r*. repoi 1
• aus at.   Del na an I
:.' • in al   ■ ■:
*... ,
Revelstoke Caledonian Society
■
■ rti    i.t:    a ■
Selkirk  llm
Mi .   W     \l
wing
to    .1    11. 1. '
illli..T     W.I.
■
liable tm * i.n. *■     ».111  tbe *
■
sal  'on
i.i'  lollowic
1 .1 :'•■    Off
Mr   Carnegie, Inn
■ njoy-xl     'he
program   in 1   gatri  »*td I
■;.*..1 ■      a I  **n
There   wr.
(of  iiicin - -' point"
to  th-c      Society   having  a  iui
future.   Th»   MM   iih'i-'hi.'  ■•'
ciety will he on November 1st,   mds
good  prm-ram  Is being arranged lot
that  date,
Fort William Bank Held Up
Kort William, Oct. HII-tine of the
most daring robberies that ever took
place in this section occurred today
When A. It. Running, until two mouths ago accouuL'iiui in the luoal
branch of the Royal Bank at one
o clock noon, held up the teller at
tho poiut of a gun and took between
(na thousand and six thousand dol -1
lms. Running entered the band and 1
whsn the teller, H.L. Dickson, oiler-1
nl to assist him to remove Ilis trunk
lu pulled a revolver and compelled
me teller to bund over part of the.
money inside his Cage, He 'hacked out!
oithe bank and started down Victor-1
i.i avenue followed hy several per-j
sous to whom the teller had shouted
the alarm.
Tbe police captured Running in thc 1
coal dock section iu halt an hour. He
oilcred no resistance. Noue of 6the!
money   was  recovered.
Running came her about six mouths ago. He was connected with the
Royal batik for about Hire-* years. |
His former home is Brockville, Ont. j
and   he  once  worked   in  Winnipeg.
Ressurection
Tbe late Count  Leo Tolsti  has given  the  world many  remarkable stories but his "Resurrection" is undoubt
cily his mastei piece,   ln the dramatization  it  Is  so true  to  nature,    so 1
real  that one almost, forgets that hei
Is   witnessing   a   Play.    Wherever    thc
Allen   Players have  produced  this re-1
inarkalde  plaj   the press  reviews have
been most Mattering.
During the company's extended run
in Victoria last season, the lollowing
note   was   handed   Into  thc   box  olticc
after  ll  tbe   performances.   I con-
,.li*r  "Resurrection"  the  best moral'
play  ever  pi oluci'd   m   Victoria.      Itj
|8 a play   that,   every   mother     should
take her daughter to see.    Signed Dr. ,
Earnest Hall.
On Friday evening "Resurrection"
will bc produced .it the Edison then
tre by the Aden Players for the lien-
e it of the Ladles of the Catholic
much. Purobase your tickets from
the ladies and  help ,, good cause.
Your Electric Fixtures
If they go wrong, don't worry, but just
Phone to No. 284 in the day
or No. 40 at Night
and they will immediately be attended to. There is
nothing we can't do in this line as years of experience
with electrical machinery has given us an insight into
the business that could not be obtained otherwise.
.Don't swear when the lights go out.
for you.
Let us do that
A. 6. DUCK,   -   General Manager
Store and Office, Old Howson Block
FOR SALE
Player Pianos, Pianos and Organs
Our reputation is will known lor square dealing.
We can give vou belter  prices,   better quality,   than  any
qthvr house ill the trade.
WHY 1   Call and we will prove Ihis statement up to the
hilt.
Revelstoke Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
J. Bingham, Prop.
Wii-iitv five    per   cut ot ..ii   head
i.ii.*    iie  the result  "f '-v»
Arc   yon   troubled   that   way'    It    so.
Consult     H        I.      T.OllK',     nf Hi*'       T.'I'll"'
tipll* al   06.,   I   ili'.ov.   *.' lio   will  he   at
inini.on i ii,iii -i  Thursday and Kit-
day, November Hud and Dl'U.
de Island Red Chickens
F G. Buff LiTghorn
Paired Plymouth Roc's.
Pekin Ducks
Kndden Geese
Younp and old stock at reasonable prices.
W i iio or Phone to
Vew Grove Poultry Farm
Mi       N   A. I'l'l'l I*.
elstoke, >'• C.        Phone 212
JOHN LEE
MACARONI
Just received,  fresh 1rom Italy, One carload of Choice Macaroni
Choice Groceries always in  stock
D. GALLICANO, 2nd Street, Near Railroad Track
Dry^fKHls
I fressmaking
Ladies' Tailoring
Fil Guaranteed
Hund-Painted Cups, Saucers
Fine Japan China Tea Sets
Do You Want Windows, Doors, and Finishing
It will pa) you to net our l'rices before prrchasiiiK elsewhere.
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY Wc carry a large slock ol
U in,Lm*. and Doors and ran Till your orders promptly. We will
iii* I'lcii'id lo Kiie miii ii tlellveriil quotation on anything \<ut
require.     We  manufacture windows, doom, mouldlng-n storni
ii. *■" inns, i.linnets ol all Kind, bibles, turnings, store umi
bar fixtures, i Iiiiii b teats nnd |nil|iils. door and window liatnes,
finishing "lull kinds, etc. Wo an large dealers in sheet, lancy
and Plate glass, shinmU-s, lath, etc.    Write for Prices.
^SMS™ IS. C. SMITH LUMBER CO.. Vernon. B. C,
! WEliNUKIHY, OCTOBER 25,  1911.
THE -MU±1T--£L1QTIJl.Tj1D, JREVEiLSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER
l'Jll.
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIB EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
-1
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its lar^e number of branches, agents and correspondents, Tlie
Canadian Bank of Commerce is alile to effect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Kates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS Am
Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
BEI/ELSTOCE    BRANCH-F. Nl. GIBSON. MGR
MEN'S   AND   BOYS'   SHOES
The leather that goes into our shoes and the
men who make them can always be depended
upon. That's why our customers are always
satisfied.
Our harness is the very best. Dusters,
Whips, Trunks, Suit Cases. All leather goods
always in stock.   Call and see our goods.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddle rs
Harness Makers
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED J8S5
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund -    $4 600,000
Has 83 Branches ia Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ail the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
Revelstoke Plumbing. Heating & Sheet Metal Co.
Estimates given lor Sanitary work, Electric Lighting, Hot
Air, Water, Steam Heating ami all kinds of  Sheet  Metal
Work.
Baths, Lavatories. Water Closets, etc.
Prompt attention given to all orders.
See Our Show Room on Connaught Avenue
Phone No.	
Dox 401
New York's welcome to
'the world's Greatest Musical Sensation'
COPYRIGHTED BY
THE EVENING JOURNAL
HtPBODUCEOBYPIWIISllOII
"EV'RY LITTLEMOVrMENT HAS A MEANSrlG ALL ITS OWK
»»
Buy Your Sash and Doors at Home
Our goods ran uol be beaten outside for price or <iu»l.ty. Now
is the time to net your Sio;in Saab and Dour*. «e have them
in all sizes. Prepare now hefore the Winter sets in. < »nr
factory is working full time and we make everything in
woodwork, Sash ami Doors, Mouldings, Staircase, Church,
Office< Bar and Hotel Fixtures, Turnings of every description.
We also keep a large stock of Fancy and Plain Glass and
Builders' Supplies on hand. Prompt delivery, tfood service
and courteous treatment—that's our motto. A trial order is
solicited from you.
The Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
GEO.  !>•   SHAW.
Proprietor
I
FURNITURE
f We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
ENDURED UP IOI
GET   "WISEI
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters]
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Kvi'i-yl'iiily knows him, he will
li'll you thai Ihe whiskeys we nre
Milling are   the  hest.     Cull mul he
io vinced,    No household should
(•e without a supply of mir Har-
ley's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, giiarnntend
Wlyeais old or Blackberry Brandy f
Inr Medicinal purposes. Our stork
of choice Wines nnil Liquors of till
I i iuls are unexcelled. Sold hy all
lhe leading hole I.*, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Bealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON. B. C.
Have a very fine assortment of FRUIT TREKS
Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale arc grown ill our own  Nurseries
on the Coldstream   Fstate
II. D. Curry,
General Agent,
Vernon, 3, C,
Geo. Matheson,
Local Agent,
Revelstoke, B, C
Explorers of the American Mu
sBum of Natural llistorj
Discover a New Race of People
Starvation stared in the face    tire
| two  intrepid explorers ol the  Ameri
j can  Museum ot natural history.  Vih-
ljmar stefanson and Dr. Rudolph M.
Anderson,  who are  iu  the far north.
and whose discovery ot a new race of
, people  with  the  features of  Europe -
tins nnd the hahits ol Eskimos.
Additional particulars arc contain
ed in letters which have heen receiv
ed by the director of th; museum at
ter many delays in transportation
over the frozen wilds. These letters
show thnt the trip from the riv<
Dense to LaDgton bay came very
near being their last. They had re
lied on finding abundant game as
they proceeded to survey the course
of the Hnrton river, for they also
have a commission from the Canadian
government.
Five days' rations were all they
thought it was necessary to carry in
addition to thirty pounds of caribou
tallow nnd ten pounds of flour, which
had been given to them by two English travellers, Messrs. Melville and
Harly. It took them from November
8 until December 3, 1910, to make
the journey, and as they found no
game tbey were reduced to sore
straits. They continued their survey,
however, following the winding course
of the river nnd making their map
as tbey proceeded.
For five days their daily ration was
four teaspoonfuls of flour and two
ounces of tallow each, which wns
scint food indeed with whirh to with
stand the rigors of the cold nnd carry on their work. Their dogs suffered
as much, for all that the animals bad
was a caribou skin, on wbich eight
of them subsisted for five days.
Mr. Stefanson relates in detail his
meeting with a race of Eskimos in
Vietorialand who hnd never before
seen a white man, and as far as he
could ascertain none of their ancestors had. There was a tradition in
tb' tribe tli.it „ neighboring people
hnd seen a man with while skin who
wandered there and died because he
Could  not  learn  to  drink seal  oil.
The natives prepared to attack the
explorers with knives, believing they
were spirits, but were finally molllli
ed. Thev . ame up and felt the arms
anl clothing of the party, nnd having made sure that what they saw
wns real they became more tractable
In one ol their villages was n small
pirre of cotton doth which wa.i pre
set veil as  *, charm.
The party was received at the villi ire and regaled with choice pieces of
freshly killed s>als and stayed with
born flagons ot blood soup. Even the
dogs received large portions of hot
boiled ment. The party remained for
several days in the newly found village which is in the middle of Dolphin and Union strait north of Cape
Texley.
Mr. Stefanson expatiates on the de
I ills wbir-li be sent to M. II.1.. Tlrid
i''iiM,n and which have Already been
published. Me seetna convinced thai
many of ths Strang* race which he
law, some with light beards nnd hair
wet ' descendants of a Norwegian col
ony ol three thousand souls which
disappeared     in the Ulteeath century
ii..m Llreenlaiid. lie also bas Burnetii, ug to say ubout the possibility ol
in ar being descendants from forty
fc-uglisbmen who were lost from one
o. the ciir John Franklin expeditions
"The   Vietorialand  people,     contin-
u.a Mr. Stetunsou, "diller strikingly
from those of thc maiulaud, except
tr. m the Aktiliakattagmiut, who were
much intermarried with the people
n rth. Tbey have a delinitely Euro -
p, an appearance, especially iu the
mutter of beards, which are ahund -
ant and uniformly blond, some eveu
red. 1 have seen none with blonde
hair, but Captain Mogg and oth-ers
who have wintered uorth of Kanhi-
i.,iuiut report hair dark brown and
blue eyes. I have seen perhaps forty
EssimoB, hall-blood children and adults, aud none of tbem hud hair not-
atabh lighter than lull bloods, and
i.one of theui bad colored eyes."
.-umerous explorations have been
made by the travellers ou the sites of
i.a mer villages in the fnr north and
many interesting specimens bearing
i.n the civilization aud progress in
these remote lands have been gathered. The speech of the Eskimos gave
in: ny variations and indicated that
possibly centuries aKo there had been
shipwrecked white men from whalers,
concerning whom there were dim traditions.
Messrs. Anderson and Stefanson,
despite thi'ir many privations, were
iu good health, according to their
last report.
The letters received were dated respectively from Laugton Bay, on December 4, 1910, and from Dease river
Oreat Bear Lake, on January 21st,
1911.
of the emblem of our superiority over tbe world; if 1 did I'd expect some
one to hit me over the dome with
one ol them, and I'd deserve it, so
show me."
And they did. The emblem was
there all right, but it might not
have been, and Joe in his perspicacity  was  taking  no chances.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Bulanted  and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large Sample KoomB.
Rates $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelsloke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
B. C. Aiciii.es
E.   G.    BURRtDQE
Tinsmith Repairs, Ho* Air, Plre
and Furnace work
—WORK   8HOP-
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelatoke
R. Z. ;CRAWF0RD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Electric
Relic of Smuggling Days
i-'.eattle, Oct. 22—A relic of pioneer
op.um smuggling days came to light
today, when B. Olson was clearing
land between Port Townaend and
lot Discovery aud unearthed a
cache of opium valued at $1500
1 be opium was encased in several
sh. et iron hoses. Tho boxes were
found in a stump nnd were so badly
rusted thut tbey fell to piercs when
bandied and the tive-tsiel tins dropped out. The And was reported to the
customs officials, who took charge of
the  opium.
...The opium is believed to have beeu
cached more than twenty years ago,
wli.'ti a fleet of sloops were operated
between the Sound and Victoria, 13.
('., lirinping In contraband from the
Hrltish Columbia eity, making the
run nt night.
Had to Show Him
Coach Jim Reynolds ol the Vancou
ver Lacrosse cluh, is from Missouri,
He must  "be shown."
Kight alter the banquet tendered
the athletes of lhc V.A.C. siibsc
quent to their winniug the Mann cup
tbe great trophy was turned over to
dor by the custodian for thc Young
Toronto**. Hut it came all beautifully
cased up, .itfoiigly bound with a
stout rope, ami sealed with a great
variety of heraldic devices to make
sure that no one would open It with- j
out  Joe's knowledge until he had   it
safely iu Vancouver,
The   idea   didn't   lit   in   with     Joe's,
conception ol the fitness of   things j
however; be hadn't .•'•en thn gold mug
plaoed      In  that particular receptacle
with  bis  own  particular eyes, alld be
I
had to "he shown.
"I'd look fine," quoth he, " landing back in Vancouver with a couple
ol  bricks   wraPPOd  In u suck  Instead
We are  in receipt of a copy of th?
i rport of the  Provincial  Archivist for
tbo six months ending December 31st
1910.   Thc  report  which  is  of    much
interest shows that  a determined el-
fort is being  made to collect     from
ell sources  manuscript  letters, diaries
journals and     memoranda    throwing i
light  upon the early history ol Brit-1
iih Columbia,  in order that such doc
uments     may    be collated,  arranged I
nnl preserved.  The work will be sya-,
tematically carried on from year    to
year   and    it is hoped that it     will
result in the     bringing together     oi*
much interesting and valuable mater-
ial   Thc task is of   such     magnitude   AqCtlt    fOT
that it is now an easy matter to cov-1
er  the  whole   province  without     the ,
in operation   of  those  who aro     able
to lend their aid.   The Provincial gov
ernment are accordingly appealing for
th?     assistance of all    who are in a
position to further the work. | Residence Oor. 8id8'   and Robsonak«
The records of thc early history of |    Shop in Alley back of E. J. Bourne's
British Columbia,  more especially of. Store, First Street
the pioneers who laid the foundation	
of tbis great western province are
valuable in thit they will be useful
factors in showing the progress and
advancement of the country as well
as foster in our people a sense of
loyalty and gratitude to those who
fought against untold hardships to
establish a solid foundation for the
future generations to build uponf
Flexlur.ic
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Opora
street
bum
Fire Alarm Boxes
Signals are given thus: 2 btrjke*,
uterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Boi
4. No. of box will also be elniwn
n Indicator at Fire Hall.
FIRE BRIGADE NO.  TWO.
Box No. 14—Oorner First street
jid McKenzie avenue, C. B. Hume
& Oo.
Box No. 15—Corner First street
nd Rokeby avenue, post office.
Box  No.   IC—Corner  Second  street
and Government Road and
icuse.
Box No. 17—Corner Third
a I  Campbell  avenue,   Globe
<.r company.
Uox No.  18—C.P.R.  station.
Box No. 24—Corner Fifth street
nd McKenzie avenue, Catholic
burch.
Box No. 25—Corner Sixth street
nd Orton avenue,  W.  A. Foote.
Box No. 26—Corner Fourth street
ud Townley street, corner south
rack.
Box No. 28—Corner Second stre.it
nd Hobson avenue, Mrs. Baker.
Box No. 34—Fire Hall No. 2.
Box  No.   35—Hospital.
Box No.  36—School.
FIRE BRIGADE NO.  ONE.
Box No. 44—Fire Hall No. 1.
Box No. 45—Front street west,
ear C. P. R. bridge.
Box   No.    46—Corner    King     und
lotiglas streets. Palace Meat Market
Boi  No.  47—Corner  Second      and
Vales streets,  back  of court house.
Box No.    48—Corner    Third      aud
.Ihns. streets, Cowan block.
blgnal  for practice—not  less  than
lx (6) slow strokes.
One (1) Indicates line brokm     or
re out,
Lumbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at',
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C.
before liming yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I nuke a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required invour business.
UNION HOTEL
ARKU ' 11KA1), B. C.
Special Attention given to commereisl
men snd torn ists. First-rlasn sample
rooms. Ktneel srenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop
14 Villa Lots
Close to Revelstoke
From 2 to 7 Acres Each
Very Suitable for Market
Gardening.   This proper-
is   cleared.     For Prices
and Terms apply to
W. B. ROBERTSON
Real Fstate and Insurance
Corner McKenzie Ave. and 2nd St.
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(iilena Bay lands in parrels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
HOIY MNES ACADEHir «ND KOKHM SCHOOL
F0.1 YOUNG WOMEN
I'nder tbe direction of the Sisters of
the Holy Names of Jesus ami Mary.
I'i st Class Boarding anil   Day School.
Primary and Grammar Grailes.
State Accredited High School
Advanced Normal Course of two vcar»
accredited by the State of   Washington.
State Diplomas conferred.
.Music anl Art Studio.
Write to Sister Superior for Year Book
Spokane, Washington
mgmys
pronation
>jTE Am
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60<t   a pound
In commemoration of the coronation 0/
King GcOfgtf V,'' Kidpways " have put on thd
1: arfctt m tot nation tm of a nmsi pictim-Mjutf
and exquisite detiiin, bearing excellent i-omaiU
ol King (.eoffje V, ()uecn Mary and the Prfocd
of H'jler Sjwcial panels have been dr^mci!*
repretenhn^ Canada, India, Africa. AuMu.ia
and New $*    in I
Only a Imiited number bare been imported.
1'rn.e flOc. for one pound tint.
At II1-1 Mi-i...
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosphonol CJSJSI every nerve In the body
————————to in proper tension : reitores
vim end vlt.lity. Premature decay ind all senal
weakness sverted >t once.    Fhoaphonol will
o* \t"n \ ?ew '""*', ,,,ic« Ma box. or Iwo lor
f& tf"1'-?! to «nr "ddre-s. ThetesMI Drag
CC It. Caaharlnse. Ont. ^
Sold at Macdonald's Drug Storo.
Animal    Rugs,   Game1 OUTFITTERS FOR
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P. 0. Box 31, lievelstoke
Mouilny, Oct, .'10th. m the date    of:
the ItDfrecca  Lodge Dance,
MEN WHO KNOW
I mS: r. flell'd, Doctors' Special and
Reed's Cushion shoes, McPherson'*
Trainmen's Shoes, and dress shoes ol nil
binds, all of which are Union made
Stanfield's and high «radr Bnglisli
underwear, Everything that the logger
require*, for comfort. Chippewa Kails
Driving Shoes aiid Shoe Packs.
JOHN BULL
Howson's Hlock Kevelatoke.
t'ash aud One Prl^e
8.0. WF.DVKSDAY,   OCTOBER  25,   1911.
THE n^^iri-HE^JLLID, IREYEILSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, Mil.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
DiBtrict ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Emma Foster,
ol RossUnd, B. C, intend to apply
for permission to purobase the following described lauds
Commencing at a post planted at
or near the South Kast Corner ol
Lot M7S. thence south *o chains,
west 80 cbains, north SO ohatns and
cast 80 chains to point oi commence,
ment and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Dat«i  August  llth,   1911.
EMMA   FOSTER,   Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent
NOTICE.
Itevelstoke Land District.
District  ol  West  Kootenay.
Take notice that I, William It Mc
Whirter, *( ymir, B, ('., occupation
Lumberman, intend to upply :.t permission to purchase the following described  lands
Commencing at a post plauted on
the East shore ol Mosquito l..iii ul
or near tbe North west corner ol Lol
■I'J. being tbe South West Cornsr,
thence running uortb 80 ciiains k'cng
tbe shore ol BaW lake, th'.nce urst
40 obains, south 80 chains at,'', wtst
40 chains to p.unt ,,! commaiifsment,
and containing iin acre-, r'.re or
less.
Dated   August   llth,   1911.
WILLIAM R. McWHIRTBR, Applicant
James Fisher, Agent.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT
Broadview   (Fractional!   L.    H.   au
Indiana  Mineral   Claims,  situate      in
tbe   Trout   Lake   Mining   Division    ol
Weat   Kootenay   District.
Where looated:—On Great Northern
Mounta,p..
TAKE NOTICE lhat I, O. 11. N.
Wnkie, acting as agent for the Ohio
Mines Development Co.. Limited,
Free Miner's Ctttilicate Numnber
B255u7, .utend, suty days Irom
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder lor a Certilicate of lm
provements, for tbe purpose ol ob
taming a Crown Grant ol thc above
claims.
Aud further take notice that action
under section oi. must be commenced
before the Issuance ol such Certllicatt
of Improvements.
Dated this 17tb day ol August,
1911.
O.   R.   N.   WILK1K,
Trout Lake. B. 0.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Maliel Ralston,
ol Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation School Teacher, intend to ap
ply fur permission to purchase tin
lollowing  described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted ad
Jacent t.. the North Bast Coiner of
Lot •iiii, oeiui the South West Coiner; thet.ee tunning north SO chnins,
east ■'• cbains, -outh SO 'han- an,*
west ~" chains to point of commence
ment and containing Old acres more
or less.
Dated   Augusl   9th,   I'UI.
MABEL  RALSTON,  Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent
NOTICK
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinqoent Taxes in
the Revelstoke Assessment District, Province of British Colombia.
Lots in Camborne Townsite Sub-Div.,  Lot 3505, Plan 728
iii*:i.t\otKN"r t.ANiis
Names of Persons Assessed
Short Description of Property
#£
Hew Istoke
Land   District.
West Kootenay.
Take      notice      that    I.   William   H
• rowbead,   B.   C,   occtipn
tion,  merchant,  intends to apply foi
t ermissii n  to i* ircbase  thi   fo lcviug
*'. scribed   .a.'' Is.
Commencing at a Post planted     al
McKay's   9    ;;!,   West   Cornet
!'"-t,  Lol   ■"  '    and running  not th  4m
chains,  tnence   •  st   10 chaias, thenc
south     4«   cbains,     tbence -ast    4*
chains     to   point  ol   comm'.'ncement
Containing   1G0  acres,  more  or   1ms.-.
Dated   August   iSrd,   I'll.
WILLIAM   K.   REID.
NOTICE.
Revel-stoke Land District.
District i.f West Kootenay.
Take notice tb%t  I, Amie Treglow
'•; Patterson, B. ('., occupation, mai
r,ed woman,  intend tn .ipply for permission  to purchase the following 1
-rr.l'ei   lands
Commencing at a post plant
about Ten (lh chains East of the
South West corner of Lot 8176, be
Ing tbe North Easl corner; thenc
south So chair- west 8*0 Vi.iis
Uorth M chains and <-aet 80 can-"
to poiut ol commencement and con
taining  640 acres  mor** or  less.
Dat-ed   August   IUI:.   1911.
AMIE TREQLOWN,  Applicant.
James Fisher. Agent
NOTICK.
NOTICE.
Notice W befebjl given tha' thirty
(lays after the date of the first publication hereof, the umln signed will
make an application to the Hoard of
Licensing Commissioners for the City
of Revelstoke for permission to transfer to A. P. Leveffiue, of Revelstoke,
B. C. the license to sell liquors by
retail at ths Hotel premises at. RevelBtoke  known   as   th'  Union   Hotel.
Dated this 21st September,   19111
5<M*. Levesque  ft  Walpb.
HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Thursday, the 16th day of
November, A. D., 1911, at the hour of II o'clock in the Forenoon
at the Court House, in the City of Revelstoke, B. C, I shall sell
at Public Auction the Lands hereinafter set out of the persons
in the said list hereinafter set out, for the Delinquent
Taxes unpaid by said person on the 3lst day of December,
1910, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of
advertising the said Sale, if the total amount due is not sooner
paid.
LIST  ABOVE   MENTIONED
Lots in Poplar Townsite Sub-Div., Part 836, Plan 746
DBMNQUKNT T'XKS
Names of Persons  Assessed Short Description of Property
hu
A list III
Lot   17
A
.:i.-.   R.   \. Bishop     Lol 8,
II.  Casey and Vi.  .1.  Murphy  ..
.lice G.   i aldwell    :.   ...
.. J. Cody 	
. t arolan     Lot
.   U.   tamer,ni       Lot
Block   li
Block
Block
Lots  ti and 7
Lot   lu,  Block
Lot   7,  Block  7  ..
II and  7,  Block  3
13 and   11, Block
I)
J.  Carey  	
. has. L. Copp
. uss M. Clifton
.as.  Caiton  	
Lot ii and building, Block l
Lot. 22,   Block  2  	
Lot '.I and house. Block A   ,.,
Lot 5,   Block  8   	
1
i.  C  Danfurand   Lot 10, Block 5 ...
idward   Dreford     Lots  13 and   14,   Block
>.   L.   Doyle     Lots 8 and  9,   Block  2  	
has.  Bhlers   Lota  8  and   building,   Block
has.   Eblers     Lot  9,   Block   2   	
has.   IChlera    Lots 5 and 6, Block A 	
■Idward Keren-son    Lot   16,   Block 3
daggie  Kunk     Lot   7,   Block  2  	
-1.   M. Gillespie    Lots  -4  und 5,   Block it   	
■'.   B.   Gibb     Lol   16,   Block 3   	
I.   C.   Hart    Lot   19,   Block 2   	
10
Humbly and  Erickson    Lots ii and   111
,*i.   L.   Hart     Lots  il  and   17,
'..o.   liagcninn    Lol  .1, Blocd 7
john   Humbly    Lol   J.   Block   10
ii.   I..   Hart  and  .1.   A,   Ross    Lol   IU,   Block   1
i-i.   L.   Hart  and   .1.   A.   Ross    Lot  4.   Block 8
>1.  P.  Jackson    Lol  3, Block 2
Miss  May  Jennings   Lot   8,   Block  A
A.   Jenkins     Lot   6,   Block  if
r'rt'd  Kaiser      Lots  l" and  11,
Henry Magnuson   Lots  11,   12,  Blk
Block  7
Block   .i
Block
4;   I.
iii
23,
ill.   Blk.   8
,i.   MeKinnon    Lot   17,   Block  2	
i'.  McGregor   Lots l. j. and Btore, Block ■> ....
.'Jury   Jane   Mcintosh     Lots 6  and  7.  Bluck   8
August 0. Ostb)'    Lot   i..   Bl**,k   im     .
; rudboiiinie  and   Nedeau       Lots 2?. and 24,  Block  7
\.  B.  Pearson    I...is _**•   ,.:        Block l	
sirs.   Emma  Reid    Lot 6,  Block
Mis.   M.  II.  Kadrlitle   Lot   1.   Block    I
.1.   S.  Ross   Lot 22,  Block  .
.lames   Shields       Lot   l'i.   Block   7
James  Spiers    ... Lota ji   23, 2.1,  Block  7
Knc Strand   ... Lot 7. Block 1"
.-'ims   and   McDonald     Lots  -1*:    -'I.   Hi.irk   2
Cm. Schnell    Lol   i and  building!  B
i\nt.   Schnell   Lots   !   and   I   it;!   '*    .       Block
.1.  A. Sanderson    • Lol   17,  Block  1
W. J.  Twiss   Lots 1   *,iil : Blocl
C.   B.   Taylor    Lot   15,   Block   .
F.   A.  Tiamble    :...t :■   ■
Jas.  L.  Whitney    Lot   1*0,   B
Samuel   N.   Ahlgren
ubn Olson  	
Lot
Lot
in.  Block
3.70
3.75
7.20
3.70
3.70
1.50
10.110
37.80
2.70
7.20
.25
3.70
3.90
1.20
54.20
3.70
5.00
3.70
.30
3.00
1.70
3.70
.',.-,.110
5.0(1
2.70
2100
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3.00
14.90
.8*0
21.80
1.20
il.70
17.1)0
8.20
1.1"
3.60
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.85
2.70
1.M
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10 50
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10.3D
iir.
-\70
-..io
,5c
.96
1.13
2.23
1.15
1.15
.29
3.02
11.26
.71
2.23
.02
1.15
.94
.17
17.09
.70
1.63
1.06
.02
.59
.34
LU!
'20.60
1.35
.71
.14
.1*0
.lu
.73
4.29
.10
7.43
.12
1.13
4.74
2.17
J'l
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2.2*1
1.13
1.81
.06
.71
; VS
ii
1 27
1.86
1.10
.17
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.78
-'
.18
.96
1.52
J2
2
6.60
6.8S
11.43
6.85
6.86
3.79
15.02
51.06
5.41
11.43
2.27
6.85
6.84
3.37
73.29
6.40
8.63
4.76
2.32
5.59
4.04
6.83
77.60
8.35
5.41
Lots in Beaton  Townsite  Sub-Div.
lai'L'aret
largarel
largaret
largarel
largarel
•ini garel
Fraser
Fraser
Fra -it
Fl i *■■
largarel Frasei
largarel Frasei
largaret Fra * ■•.
largari t Frasei
largaret Frasei
..   ti.   Fru*->*r
ti. Fraser
Kstate
Kstate
Kstate
Bstate
Kstate
i-i tate
Est	
'■■■ Ml *
iv-r.r.*
Rsta '*
1 *-   i
l.. 'i  t. i
Lot-   1   to   I,   Blk    2
Lot.-   1   mil        Block   .'.
Lots   12 to B    B
L.   1 to 7   Blk    ■    I.    1
Lot      |    ',,   •     ,*..   , .
Lot   i.  Block  23,Plan
Lots i to i It! . ;
Lol il. Block 6, I',.m
I.. 1.2, house Blk !4
Lots   11  t,, 1,,,   Itlk     I.
Lots 502 and 505
766...
Plan 756 and 756 A
Blk I   Plan
Plan 766
5   Plan  766
t   I'Imh 756
,   lilk.v   P.
,*.   756
!*  ,,      .*
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A
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G.
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Frasei
Frasei
. Lots  1.2.  17   32,  Block  r,
  Lot   II,  Block  t.   Plafl  766
. Blocks 'i  to  11 Inclusive,   Plan
  Lots   I   to  12,   Block   10    i'l ,*
Frasei   Blocks  31,   22,   23,   Plan   751
Fraser     Lot:-    :   to  8,   Block   25.   Plan  766
Fraser  ...   Blocks in.,   17.   M,   Plan  756
Fraser     L.   l'i,  22,  bousee,  Blk    I.   Plan   756
Fraser   ...   Lots  I   to   ',,  Block  2.   Plan 766
Fraser     Lots   I   to 7,  Hiock  2,   Plan 766
Fraser     Lots   I   to 7,   Block   ,'    Plan  766
Fraser     Lot I. Block S.  Plan 7.11.
Kraner     L.   1,   2,   and  house,   Blk    I.   Plan   7 .Mi
,   Krascr              I.ol   I.   Block   lift,  Plan  751,      	
T.  VV.  Graham    Lota  12 to 14, house.   Bik. 6,  Plan 75(1
R.   Porter     Lota 12 to 16,house,  Blk. 5,   Plan  751',.
Lindsay, Ware  and  Company  Limited Lot ;i,  stable,   Block   1,   plan  756  	
1.1 ru
115
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1  to
1 15
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M.I
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.1 70
12.50
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6 70
24 0"
3,00
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15
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.30
2.40
.30
33.20
9 60
2.40
.10
.' 61
.02
.08
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.02
,06
.24
112
.07
.94
32
6.48
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2.27
75
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.09
21
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1.49
1.73
.14
Lots in Beaton Townsite Sub-Div., Lots 502 find 505, Plans 756 and 756A
Mrs.   A.   Anderson       Lot  7,   Block  it   	
Vi.  A.   Bauer       Lots 12 and   13,   Block 3  	
W.   J.   Butler      Lots 9 and  10,  Block 3  	
Chas.   Billiard       Lot 8,  Block  19 	
W.  R.   Baker      Lot  12,  Block 7  	
Chas.   Bennett       Lot 18 and house., Block 19 	
M.   M.  Buchanan  Estate      Lots 17 and  18,  Block 1  	
Anna Clarke       Lot 2 ami house, Block 5 	
Archie   Currlo       Lots 22 and  23,   Block Id  	
0. Ohrlsttopherson     Lot 5 and bouse,   Block 5	
Geo.  Ch rrlngton       Iiot 25,  Block   19  	
Alex.   Darragb       Lot  19,   Block   19  	
Thos.   I.   Dunn       Lots 32 and 33,  Block 7 	
M. H. Doherty    Lot 11 ami house, Block 7 	
M.   K.   Doberty      Lot 5 and store,  Blocd 8  	
J.   Fitzsimmons       Lot 8, Block 3 	
F.  J. Foley      Lots 11 and 12, Block 5 	
Henry   Harlow       Lot 1   and house.  Block  19  	
Mary   Johnson       Lot 4 and house, Block 3 	
B.   Leahy       Lol. 11,  Block 3 	
Geo.  Lemon      Lotlii, Block 7  	
Geo.  Lemon     Lot 8, Block 8 	
1. H.   Langmnn       Lot 26,  Block  8  	
VV.  J. Langham      Lot  14,   Block   18  	
.'as.  Lauder     Lot 6 ami  house,  Block  3  	
Mrs. A. Lcitz     Lot  16 and  house,  Block  5	
Cory  Menhenick       Lots  1  to 6,  SI to 12, Block 2	
Cory  Menhenick       Lots 3. 15 to 1*8, Block 3	
Cory Menhenick     Lots 1  to 7,  Block 4 	
Cory Menhenick       L.  1,7,9,10,14,  cabin,   18,19, Block 5...
Cory  Menhenick       Lots 14,17,21 to 24,2ft, hotel, 27,30,31,
all in block  7  	
Cory Menhenick       L.   6,  building,  7,9,10,15 to 25, Blk. 8
Cory Menhenick      L. 5,11,12,16 to 24, Block 11 	
Cory  Menhenick       Lots 4 to (i, 10 to 12, Block 12 	
Cory Menhenick      Lots lto 8,   11 and 12, Block 13  	
Cory Menhenick       Lots  1   to  24,   Block  14   	
Cory Menhenick       Lots 1  to 5, 7 to 12,  Block 15,  Lots
1   to  8,  Block  16 	
Cory  Menhenick       L. 1 to 6,  Blk. 17,  15 to I®, Block  18
Cory Menhenick       Lots  16 and   17 and house,  Block  19,
lots   2,3,4,6,10,11,13'to   15,2.'!,24,   26,
Block  19	
Mrs. A.   Mayhew      Lot 10,  Block  11   	
J.  Murdock       Lot 9,  Blocd   11   	
R.   G.   Mcljeod       Lots 13 and 1-4,  Block 8	
Hugh   Mclntoeb       Lot 22, Block   19 	
John   McDowell       Lot 2!l and building, Block 7 	
\.   MeKinnon       Lot 7 und  house,  Block  19  	
I'ave  Orr       Lot 6 and building, Block 11  	
Hector Poirier      Lot 22, Block 8 	
Mexnndria   Pitt       Lot 15 and cabin, Block 5 	
W.   W.  Ross     Lot 17,  Block 5  	
.1.   N.   Rear  Bstate       Lot 9,  Block   19   	
Vi.  H.   Robinson      Lots 6 and 7 and house, Block 1 	
Wm. Sopher     Lot 1. Block 18 	
'I. H. Shields     Lot 1'2,   Block   19   	
Geo.  Sumner      Lots 7 to 9 anl cottage,  Block  12' ...
'oseph  Wells       Lot  10  and  house,   Block 7   	
John Webster     Lot 1 and house, Block 3 	
Gro.   Young    Lots 2<> and 21 and stable, Block 3...
M.  B. Wallace      Lots 18 and 19, Block T 	
.60
12.61
7.20
4.60
1.20
1.20
96.20
6.15
3.60
14.00
3.00
2.60
2.40
4.50
14.40
2.10
9.80
2.40
3.60
6.30
5.80
12.80
3.60
4.25
4.80
19.80
3.90
2.55
1.20
5.15
40.20
39.00
4.20
2.10
2.70
3.30
3.90
3.90
18.60
7.20
4.50
12.00
6.00
93.20
7.20
57.20
6.65
10.00
64.00
6.00
12.60
1.60
H80
9.60
4.40
2.40
6.00
9.00
.06
4.31
1.91
1.20
.14
.14
30.91
.91
.62
2.85
.66
.so
.37
.5 I
.90
.43
3.20
.14
.43
2.18
1.92*
4.51
1.01
1.24
.72
3.02
.48
.34
.17
.87
5.70
4.80
.53
.27
.38
.53
.51
.50
1.27
2.70
1.20
3.75
1.83
22.15
.65
15.87
2.07
2.64
19.23
1.81
1.26
.48
.65
.85
1.17
.21
1.08
2.36
Lots in Burton Townsite Sub-Div.,
K.   Bountee     Lot 5, Block 3 	
Frank Daly    Lots 9 nnd 10 and hu'ldlng, Block 4
F. G. Fauquier   Lot 19,  Block  >   	
Wm.  Hopkins    Lot 5 and log house, Block 3 	
R. T.  Lowery   Lot 2,  Block 13  	
Alexander McDonald    Ia>t  15,  Block  8  	
Eva O'Hearn    Lots 17 and  18, Block 3 	
Part Lot 745, Plan 637
$   .65
F.  Tasser     Lot 17,  Block   12
Lots in Arrowhead Townsite Sub-Div., Lot 384, Plan 631 and 631A
Mrs.   M. D.  Bangs     .".    Lots 11
John  and   Robert  Caley       Lot  17.
4.44; F.   Western       Lot  19,
2.901 Btevens, Duson ami Company     Lot 20,
2.90
5.73
21.19
2.90
31.23
3.32
6.83
24.64
12.67
3.29
6.45
11.23
6.28
9.81
2.Ill
5.21
8.64
4.41
-.07
10.46
23.20
Block
Block
Block
2.41
12.40
1.96
3.90
'J..55
.50
4.70
3.15
2.56
2.55
.30
1.25
.30
.30
1.30
.65
.30
.30
.87
4.20
6.63
1.10
.90
.07
1.69
.93
.90
.90
•I" I .!«
lft.98
6.78
15.15
3.33
5.66
8.1,2
1.15
2   17
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1 'Sl
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1 II
2 112
,1
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II 44
33 48
1.81
12.77
•1  :-.
12,  13 aml house, Block 7 ...
hall,  Block 3;  lots  1,  2, and
hotel,  Block 3    	
Lee  Dye      Lot 15,  Block 5   	
Mrs. E.   J. Kerr     Lots 18, 19 ami house, Block 3 	
Kwong Sing   Yuen Co    Lot 5 and store,  Block  1  	
W.   J.  Lightburne      Lots  5,6,7, hotel,Blk.3, lot 1,   hallblk3
S.  S. Bakke     Lot 20 ami  house,   Block 7  	
McGaghren and  Irwin     Lots   10,17,19  and  shack,   Block   5   ...
Eng One     Lot 4  and  store, Block 1  	
Kng One     Lot 6 and store,  Block 1  	
Alex Purney      Lot  7,   Block  8   	
Edwin   Potts      Lot 16,  Block 5 	
John J.  Smith     Lot 6, and house. Block 6 	
Geo. T.  Newman      Lot 8 and 9 and store,  Block 3  	
Florence Newman     Lots  10 and   11,   Block fc	
S.  Martin      Lot 3,  Block 10 	
I'liimton      East J  Block  15 and house	
Parton     Lots  16 and 17 and house, Block 8...
Mrs.
Wm.
B.   I
7,20
234..*0
3.50
29.25
12.00
141.60
6.00
21.20
12.00
4.20
1.80
1.70
4.80
21.911
28.80
3.60
3.60
150.35
1.95
11.75
.90
2.20
53.75
7.60
11.20
5.40
1.80
Townsite of Nakusp Sub-Div,. Part Lot 397, Plan 494
Mis    Ellen   Blockelsby       Lot  3,   Block   24   	
W.   F.  Cox    Lots  14 and  15.   Block 16 	
I .  J.   Edwards      Lots 24 and 25, Block 5 	
I.    .1.   Edwards     Lot  11,  Block  2  	
I.    J.   Edwards     Ls. 11,12,13, Blkl, and lots 10,11
Mrs.  Annie L   Gothier     Lot   211,   Block   3   	
\:.nie   I.   Gothier      Lots 11  and   12,  Block 15  	
' 'n.stma  Glendennlng     I/ot 26 and house, Block 23 	
r    llukey     Lot 3, Block 2 	
til,   Development Company      Lots 6 and 7, Block 8 	
i     .   Mercer    lK>t 22, Block 4 	
Merest     Lot  12,  Block  8	
!l    0    Mercer          Lots 9 and  10, Block  III 	
Mi     It   K   McK4trick       Lot 4, Block 20 	
*    K   Halg*                      Lots 29 and 30, and hotel, Block 5
I     F   McDougald                         Lots  15   to  'JO inc., house,   Block   16
o.'l   M.Kitink       Lots   11,12,13,   hotel,  Block 4   	
RoblMOn    Lot   17,  Block   8  	
Mn    I-     I    Bill,111,,i,d      Lot 5, Block 38 	
mrnims     Lot 10 and cottage, Block 13 	
1        I      S     Thomas     Lots 9  and  10,  Block  4   	
I    Wulfshonn     Lots 24 and 25, Block 6  ,
11.3
1.50
11.01*1
2.40
1.30
1.50
1.35
2.10
9.00
1.75
9.75
4.05
5.25
5.70
.30
33.00
6.60
56.05
7.10
1.85
8.00
80.31
9.20
.75
.95
2.95
.00
1.10
3.85
.75
1.20
.95
.95
1.45
.40
47.25
4.00
69.20
.25
.75
2.00
2.50
1.30
.66
45.41
1.17
6.17
.72
12.75
.54
7.27
.90
.50
.16
.07
.61
8.75
1.14
4.96
6.68
.33
.45
5,35
.72
.62
.08
.31
.53
1.22
.51
4.04
2.02
2.10
2.23
.OS
6.30
.91
14.21
3.02
.53
1.99
53.47
3.86
Townsite of Ferguson Sub-Div., Lots 1140 and 1145
Kllri-lt
Herb   i   Hanburj
./    Laughtiin
Dennis  McCarty
'•'■  '"'   M.       -1    in or,,.
S.   J.   "Inrke   Estate  	
Margaret Frnser  Estate.
11.   Uubp  	
Lot   12  	
Ls.   1,7,16,   lla,   lb,
Lot*  Zi (inii pi  ....
P.,   Plan  766A
1.05
73,80
7.20
.10
81.Ofl
'i.i'i
4 i.l
H i.'i
18.86
4.54
1.18
101.ilil
10.06
    Lot  6  nnd   building, Block  6    69.00
    Lot-H 11  nnd   12, Block 9   .30
    Lot  7,   Block 05     4.70
  Lot  10, Block 3  25
    Lots   11   and   12,  Block 6    17.80
    Lot  IS,   Dlock  4    .60
    Lot 24,   Block   8    1.00
  Lots I  and 2 and building, Block  1... 15.60
    Lot  .1,   Block   1     7.05
'"■T'rty   Lot  4,  Blk.   1;  5-12,  Blk '2; 7,8 Blk.6;
10,   Block  29     31.76
V    i,    Carlson                                   Lot 6,  Blk.  1; Lot 12, Block 8   4.75
Ins.  Il\an                                       Lot 9,   Block   1  3.46
Mis    I.   E.   Freeze      Lot  10.  Block   1    1.20
Peter Moore   Lots 18 and 19, Block 1  80
w. s. Niwm»n   Lot 21, Bloek 1   1.80
Matthew   Reid
H,   Shannon
Mrs.   J    Balho
i.  .nald Patterson
Guy A.
21.12
.0'2
1.55
.02
7.08
.06
.15
2.30
2.71
10.41
1.28
.84
.10
.06
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2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2.66
18.92
1.14
7.70
3.34
3.34
129.11
9.09
6.22
18.87
6.66
5.40
4.77
7.04
17130
4.53
15.00
4.54
6.03
10.28
9.72
19.31
6.61
7.49
7.52
24.82
6.38
4.89
3.37
8.02
47.90
45.80
6.73
4.37
5.08
5.83
*.4l
6.40
21.87
11.90
7.70
17.75
9.83
117.36
9.85
75.07
10.72
14.64
85.23
9.81
15.86
4.08
4.45
12.45
7.57
+.61'
9.08
13.36
6.93
18.60
4,85
8.95
5.75
2.87
9.69
6.73
5.76
5,75
13.45
432.56
S.62
36.42
14,72
156.35
8.54
42,22
14.90
6.70
4,86
3.27
9.61
64.50
10.74
40.00
42.88
7.73
4.70
19.35
8,07
3.92
3.85
4.26
6.73
16.07
5.01
10.91
9.02
10.32
11.38
2.72
88.56
13.51
141.46
13.07
5.13
13.99
138.28
16.36
92.12
2.32
8.25
2.27
26.83
2.55
3.16
19.90
11.76
44.19
8.03
6.29
8.30
2.96
»49
i Wednesday, October 25 mil
THE- 1VT ATTj-TZEITIJLTsT),  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   OCTOBER  25,   1911,
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Townsite of Ferguson, Subdivision of Lots 1140 and 1145.—Continued.
DELINQUENT LANDS
Names of Persons Assessed Short Description of Property
c  V
Wm. Leips
Mrs. K.   E,
Lot 22,   Block  1
Kirpatrick    Lots x and 2 aml housej hi(xk .,
AL  G.   H.   Duncan  Lota  (i    7   1)lk   2;  1q(.  w   B,ock 55
Jos. Uruyne   Lot 8i ulock 2 	
Jl'h» ''"w   Lat 9,
Barkley   frilly    Lot ,,
24, building, Blk.2
Block 2 	
Dlock 2; lot 3, 4, Block 10
John Doberty Kstate    Lot n, m0(,k 2	
Jas.  LitUe Estate      ,„)t  M|  |„1)ck 2  	
John U  Laing    iJl)t ,7|  i)lock 2 	
VV.  B.   I'ool and  J.J.   Young      Lots 10 to 20 inc.
1).   II.   McLean     Lol B   Block 3 	
T.  Gallon  ami  Company       |„,trt  [   t)1 7  llM!-| Bloi;k 4
W.  B. I'ool uud J.  J.   Voiiiik     Lots k to 12 inc., Block 4
G.   Van  Nostraiid     jJ()(*  m,
Mrs. Mallets     |/()t |j
Matthew  KeM     jj0(.   j8
Angus Campbell   [jr)t, 19
John  Mclionald       [~* no
R,   Ijeckie   Ewing      i,„tH 14
Block 5  	
Block  5  	
Block  5  	
Block  a   	
Block  5  	
to HI and house, Block 29
Block 30  	
Block 30 	
10,  Block 30  	
12,  Block  30  	
20, Blk.30; lots 13-14,  Block 30..
Jus.  Fit/.simmong    ii0t
A.   0,   Mesker     [,0t
Thos. Gordon   |j0t
W. A. Foote   Lot
John T. Coleman Estate   Lot
D.   A.   McDougull     Lot 21, Block 30 	
J. Edward  Bird   Lots 25 and 26 and house, Blocd 'W...
V. L. Houston   Lots 22 to 24 inc., house, Block 30...
Wm. Donald   Lots 3 and 7,  Block  31	
Basil   Smith     Lot 4,  Block 31  	
Donald and Urquhart   Lot 5, Block 31 	
L. Boomer   Lot 13, Block 31 	
Albert Sullivan   Lot 1,  Block 32 	
W.   B.   Tool     Lots 1 to 4, Block 38 	
N. Emo   Lot 9, Block 38  	
FlorenccN. Gordon   Lots 5  and  6 and house,  Block 40...
R. Ferry   Lots 16 and 17 aad house, Block 41...
Mrs. C. Foran   Lot 2, Block 50 	
Mrs. Jas. Cummings Estate   Lot 5 and hotel, Block 50 	
Wm. Schnell   Lot 4 and building, Block 55 	
J. Humer   Let  5,  Block 55 	
A.  R.  Laughton    Lots 16 and  171  Block 55  	
Dominick Magelo   Lot 21,  Block 55  	
Jean 0.  Ellis   Lot 21, Block 5	
Fred W. Conway   Lot 22, Block 6 	
W. M. Brown   Lot 2, Block 6 	
Reisterct   and Company  Estate    Lots 3 & 24, Blk. 6; 13, 14, 15, Blk. 65
Mrs.  S. U-Connor   Lots 11 and 12, Block 6 	
J. H.  Harris    Lots l-l and 15, Block 6 	
G.  W.   Urquhart   Lot 17, Block 6 	
F. Carlson   Lot 18,  Block 6 	
W.  N. Brayton   Lots 19 and 20, Block 6 	
T. Gallon and Company   Lots 4 and 5, Block 7 	
Mrs. B. Clark   Lot 6, Block 7  	
Donald Mcintosh   Lots 8,9,10, Block 7;  lot 11,  Blk 30...
Angus McDonald   Lots 1 and 2, Block 8 	
W. B. Pool and J. J- Young   Lot  IO,   Block   9  	
Richard  Davis   Lot 5, Block 10 	
Joseph C. Kirpatrick   L.8, house, Blk. 10; L. 23,24, big. B.55
Ole M.  Johnson   Lot 12, Block 17 	
C. A. Irwin   Lot 12, Block 18 	
M. M. Pettipiece   Lot 1, Block 29	
Robt.  Samson   Lot  12,   Block 29   	
Laura J.  Wrong   Lot 13 and building, Block 29 	
Angus  Cambbell    Lot 19, Block 5 	
A. C. Cummins   Lot 1 and store, Block 5 	
N. Emo   t.  Lot 9, Block 38 	
W. Edwards   Lot 4, Block 50 	
1.00
27.20
9.30
3.50
3.50
18.10
5.50
7.80
.40
59.40
3.20
37.65
26.15
7.10
5.15
6.65
11.95
9.95
9.00
1.60
LOO
1.00
LOO
6.90
6.80
20.00
18.00
9.56
.75
5.15
9.20
5.50
17.00
2.70
6.00
31.40
4.15
33.40
12.90
5.40
5.00
4.20
6.75
5.25
3.50
4.20
1.80
13.20
11.70
5.30
13.20
10.40
4.20
22.00
1.80
4.10
1.10
42.70
3.30
1.00
4.60
5.20
4.90
10.05
16.00
1.80
.75
Townsite of Trout Lake Sub-Div., Part Lot 190, Plan 530
Frank Daly    Lot 46,   Block  40  	
Jas. Hunt    Lots 1 to six, Block 6 	
Oscar Jacobson   Lot 26 and J, 27,  house,   Block 46  ...
I'.obt.  Madden    Lots 25 & 26, house, Block 49 	
Hobt. Madden   Lots 12 to 14 and hotel, Block 52 ...
Stephen Woods   Lots  J   38 and 30 and  house, Blk.  48
H. D. Hume   Lot 1,  ~..— i'i 	
Mrs.  Elsie Simmons   Lot 18 and house, Block 52 	
Ous Johnson   Lot 10 and house, Block 4 	
J.  W,  S.  Charles  Lol 1, Block 39 	
Jas.  H.   Currie Kstute    LotB 38 and 39 and  house,  Block 40
John Genelle  Estate    Lots 1 to 5 inc., Block 41 	
0. H. Still well   Lots 25,  26, 27,  Block 41  	
Hicks    Lot 23,   Block  46  	
Hendnckson   Lot 26 und J27, house. Block 46 	
V. Armstrong   Lot 5, Block 47 	
J.  Mucdonell   Lot 7 Block 47 	
M.   Doyle     I/ot C, Block  47  	
Cowaa   Lot8, Block 47 	
Murray and Johnson   Lot 25, Block 47 	
Evan  Cameron    Lot 26, Block 47 	
L. Earl  -  Lot 34, Block 47 	
.Mrs.  A.   G.   Fraser    Lots 46, 47, 48, and house, Blk 47 ...
E.L. Kinmnn    Ls.  1.2. blk. 48; Ls. 21 to 34, hs.B. 49
Higginson and Smith   Lots 12,  13, 14 and house,  Blk. 48 ...
A. U.  Fraser    Lots 25 nud 26,  Block 48  	
K. C. Elliott   Lot 36 uud building, Block 48 	
J.  McLennan   Lot 29,   Block 49  	
McLennan  and  MauBon     Lot 30, Block 49 	
John Carlson   Lot 31,   Block  49   	
Swan Anderson Estate    Lots 2a and 22, Block 50 	
W. M. Brown  Lot 27, Block 50 	
J. Flood   Lot 3,   Block  51  	
Neil Swinton   Lot 11,   Block 51   	
Mrs. J. W. Westlall   Lots Vi and 13 and house, Block ftl.,1
J.   C.  Murray     Lots 22 and 23 and store, Block 51...
F.   T.  Abey     Lot 24 and house, lot 25, Block 51...
Alex.  McLuan   Lot 26,  Block  51   	
Mrs. A.  Fowler   Lot 27, Block 51	
H. B. Hume   Lot 28,  Block  61  	
E. R. Vipond   Lot 3,  Block 52 	
A. G. Fraser   Lots 6 and 7 and store,    Block i'2...
F. B.  WellB   Lot 8 and store, Block 52 	
Ralph Higginson   Lot 11, Block 52 	
E. R. Vipond and M. Beaton   Lot 16 and building,   Block  52 	
John   Stauber    Lot 18 and house, Block 52 	
John Haner   Lot 32 and house, Block 52 	
D. L. Clink   Lots 1 to 31 inc.,  Sub-Div. part lot
190, plan 530 b	
Dennis McCarthy   Lots 10 and 11, Block 48  	
24.00
2.40
22.95
2.80
Trout Lake Townsite, Subdivision Part Lot 762, Plan 530A
Harry L. Godsoe
A. 0. Fraser 	
Chas. Johnson 	
0. J. Nelson 	
N. B.  Smith  	
W. M. Brown 	
Ll.   22,23,   2-3    24   and house,   Blk,
Lots 6 to 12 llic.  Block 6 	
Lot 2<l, Block 6 	
Lol 21,   Block  6	
Lots 7 and 8 and bouse, Block 8 ..
Lois 15 and  16, Block 8 	
22.70
8.40
2.80
1.20
12.no
3.60
7.20
1.40
.95
11.06
2.55
Trout Lake Towntiite. Subdiviiion Port Lot 761, Plan 530B.
V
St?
b2
a.*-
"«
.10
2
3.10
6.68
•>
35.88
2.43
2
13.73
.89
2
6.39
.89
2
6.39
7.70
2
27.80
1.7'2
2
9.22
2.93
2
12.73
.10
2
3.00
20.72
2
82.12
.70
')
5.90
13.87
.2
53.52
9.60
2
37.75
2.49
2
11.59
1.68
2
8.83
2.40
2
11.15
3.92
2
15.87
3.92
2
15.87
1.34
2
12.31
.25
2
3.85
.10
2
3.10
.10
2
3.10
.10
2
3.10
1.57
i
10.47
2.14
2
11.24
6.29
2
28.69
2.71
2
22.71
3.32
«>
14.82
.06
2
2.81
1.75
2
8.90
3.67
2
14.87
1.93
2
9.43
4.34
2
23.34
.75
2
5.45
.54
2
8.54
10.40
2
43.48
1.24
2
7.39
7.57
2
42.97
3.09
2
17.99
1.72
2
9.12
1.12
2
8.12
1.24
2
7.34
2.40
2
11.15
1.68
2
8.93
.84
2
6.44
.51
2
6.71
.24
2
4.04
4.88
2
20.03
4.77
2
18.47
1.73
2
9.03
4.60
2
19.80
3.69
2
16.09
1.24
2
7.44
7.94
2
31.94
.24
2
4.04
1.29
2
7.39
.10
2
3.20
13.27
2
58.07
.86
9
6.16
.10
2
3.10
1.45
2
8.05
.80
2
8.00
1.38
2
8.28
4.38
2
16.43
7.83
2
25.82
.42
2
4.22
.10
2
2.85
.60
1.40
.33
2
4.80
2.50
.45
2
6.60
1.00
2
7.20
1.08
2
24.00
2.16
2
14.40
7.95
3.13
2
,
1.65
.36
2
,
2.55
.15
2
,
1.06
.06
2
5.35 '
1.30
1.95
2
17.60
8.90
5.63
2
14.80
6.70
5.14
2
31.40
3.90
8.27
2
.1.80
1.40
1.26
2
9.4)0
.98
2
5.10
1.40
1.77
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
.90
.75
.11
2
1.2(1
.95
.20
2
3.60*
1.65
1.19
2
6.40
1.50
2.00
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
10.811
1.26
2
25.20
18.45
7.58
2
36.M)
15.00
12.53
2
3.60
6.72
2
5.40
3.95
1.08
2
7.80
1.50
3.25
2
7.80
1.50
3.25
2
7.50
1.50
2.89
2
10.80
2.85
4.13
2
2.80
1.50
1.01
2
3.80
1.50
1.43
2
2.80
1.50
1.01
2
23.40
12.30
5.74
2
26.40
6.40
4.47
2
25.00
21.00
9.00
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
3.80
.75
1.24
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
27.30
36.10
5.40
2
30.40
12.45
9.85
2
7.40
3.90
1.92
2
7.20
6.55
1.19
2
7.20
2.55
1.41
2
5.40
1.25
.67
2
7.38
.94
8.51
1.20
.71
.20
3.88
1.10
Townsite of Comaplix Sub-Div., Part Lots 1141 and 1142, Plans 632 and 635A and 632B
4.34
9.75
9.60
10.28
28.16
27.48
4.01
4.70
3.11
10.60
34.13
28.64
35.57
8.43
11.98
10.27
4.35
3.76
4.35
8.44
11.90
4.35
11.0.,
53.23
66.33
6.32
12.43
14.55
14.55
13.89
19.78
7.81
8.73
7.3*1
43.44
39.27
57.00
4.85
4.35
7.79
4.34
70.80
54.70
15.22
16.94
13.16
9.32
56.33
8.14
40.41
11.60
6.91
4.35
2-488
9.25
riKMNQI'KNT LANDS
Namesj)f Persons Assessed Short Description of Property
S.-1
£•*'
R.   M.   Evans     Lot  12 and  hotel,  Block  A   	
Mrs. Mary H.  Faiihull   Lot ll and house, Block 12 	
Wm.  Hamilton    Lot 15 and house. Block  D  	
J. A. Matree Estute   Lot 1  aud  house, Dlock F  	
J. E.  Paynuss   Lot 7 und house,  Block   1*3 	
Selby Soules   Lots 13 and   14 and bouse, Block  2..
J.  H.   Young   Lots 5 and 6 ami  hotel,  Block  13  ..
Townsite of Gerrard, Subdivision of Lot 5704,
Mohhs      Lots 1   to 4,  II   to 38,  Block   1  	
Mobbs      Lots 1  to  IS',  Block 2  	
Mobbs      Lots  I   to 4,   10  to 20,  Block 4 	
Mobbs      Lots   1  to  32,  Block  5   	
Mobbs       llnplotted   portion  lot    5704,  Q.I,,  25
gcres more or less 	
y,
rt
~ v.
n a
■r.'ri
~   ™
:-
68.00
1J.72
2
82.72
18.00
3.15
2
23.15
9.00
1.08
2
12.08
16.40
2.52
2
20.92
3.00
.18
2
5118
4.80
.29
2
7.09
29.50
4.74
2
36.24
Plan 892.
4.70
.28
2
6.98
2.15
.13
2
4.28
1,80
.11
2
3.91
3.85
6.23
2
6.02
T. A. Bateman
Byron  Boyd 	
Alex.  Burnett 	
F. H. Corson and W.  J. Luppuu
Ambrose Copper   	
J.  Crinbelli 	
John Cameron 	
Henry  Davis   	
J.   S.  C.  FraBer  	
N.   S. Fraser 	
Gao.   Ferguson   	
Robt. Faulds 	
J. C. Gore 	
M.  Grady 	
M.  Grady  	
Win.  A. Graham  	
Wm. A. Graham  	
halcyon Hot Springs  Sanitarium ....
Ha,cyon  Hot Springs Sanitarium  ....
Giib  Hedstrom  	
IL  Hayden 	
J.   Grafton   	
A.ian P.  Hemmelman  	
H.  Houston 	
Emily M. Johnstone 	
Roy H. Keele 	
W. J. Lascelles 	
Vi.  J. Lascelles  	
J.rs.  M.  J. Lumb   	
Mrs. A. LaBrash  	
.1.   W.   Marsland   	
B. Marsland 	
L. C. Morrison 	
J. si H.  Murton  	
Wm.  I. Mosley 	
Ida  Marshall  	
Metropolitan   Gold   &  Silver   Mining
Company 	
8.  R. Middlemas 	
Mrs.   A.   MofTatt  	
Janet  B.   Munroe   	
Jas. McEwen 	
G.  S.  MeCarter  	
Vi.   E.   McCandlish  Estate  	
R.  McLeod 	
F. McCarty 	
A.   Mclntyre   	
J. R. McPherson
J. McMillan 	
G. li. McMillan ..
A. Q. Fraeer ...
A.  0. Fraser ..
0,   J,  Graham
Lots 1 to 6, Block 3 .
Lots 1 to 4, Block 7
Lot 6, Block 16	
6.90
.99
2
9.89
4.10
.29
2
7.09
1.6*
1.35
.65
1
6.06
Win.   McDevitt  	
u. tt". McDougald 	
L. F. McDougald 	
it.   F.  Perry 	
Revelstoke    snd      McOullough    Creek
Hydraulic Mining Co., Ltd	
Nettie Marshall  	
\i.   K.   Robertson   	
mis.  Sarah J. Shardlow 	
C.  M.  Symons 	
A.   M.   Symons   	
C.  D. Taylor 	
n. Trussler	
Win.  Williams 	
\*.  Wright	
M.   E.  Walley 	
H.   S.  Wallaoe 	
S.  Walker 	
W.  G.  Watson  	
Wm.   Waine  	
J.  I.  Woodrow  ,	
Wilfrid  Wolstenholm 	
C.  K.  Wallis  : 	
Wm.   Stockwell 	
Columbia Fruit Lands Co., Ltd.
Edith  Morrison   	
Lot  8132,   G.I	
Lot 136 ot  Sub.  Div.   ot part ol  lot
307, plan 980 	
L.  1 to 4.6,7,9, ol W.J  Sec.19 Twp.  20
B. E.  i  Section 22,  Twp. 33 	
S. W. i, Section 22,twp.6'J Fire Val'y
Lots, 1, 3,. Blk. 3, Rev., plan 636K.
Lot 7634, G. I., Kootcuuy District...
Lot 7392, Group 1, Kooteouy Dis. ...
Lot 1183, Group I, Kootenay Dis. ...
Lot 7691, Group 1, Kootenay District
Sec. 33, twp. 69, Kootenay Dis	
Lot 1, ol L. 7699.  G.l. Kootenay Dis.
Plan No.   844   	
Lot 7690, G.I., Kootenay District ...
L.1138, 1139, hotel, UpperArrow lakes
Lot 3945, G.L, Kootenay DiBtrict ...
Lot 3618, G.I., Kootenay DiBtrict ...
Lot 8046,  G.   I.,  Kootenay District...
Lot 100 and cottages, G. I	
Lot 2461, G. I., Kootenay District ...
Lot 7821, G.L, Kootenay District ...
Lot 8409, G.L, Kootenay District ...
Lot 8025, G. I., Kootenay District...
Lot 5 ot Lot 8026, G.L, Kootenay dis
Lot 8032, G. I., Kootenay District...
Lot 9153, G.I., Kootenay District ...
L. 7 Of L. 7699,G.I. P. 844 K. DiB. ...
Lot 2719, G.I..house, Kootenay Dis....
Lot 8690, G.I., Kootenay District ...
L. 5, Blk.  A.  & house, Rev.Pl. 636G.
Lot 9152,  G.I.,  Arrow  Lakes  	
L.2 of L. 7105.G.I.K. D. Plan 945. ...
L. 3 ol L. 7105.G.I., K.D., Plan 945...
Lot 8814, G.I., Kootenay District ...
Lot I.L.8. D. 4,  Sec. 27, Twp. 23 ...
Lot 5 of lot 7542, G. I	
Lot 8704,  Arrow  Lakes,  G.  I	
Lot 7047, Ferguson, G. I	
Lot 1 of lot 7542, Burton 	
Lot 8513, Arrow Lks, G.L, K. Dis....
N. E. J Sec. 15., Twp. 69 	
Lb. 8028, 8029, 8030, G.L, K. DiB. ...
Lot 2613, Carnes Creek, G.I., K. Dis.
N.E. J, sec.22, S.E. 1 Bec.28,S.W.s.28
E.J, sec.33, W.J,  N. W. J  Bee.  33, all
in Twp. 69 	
L.  8511,  Arrow Lakes,  G.I.,  K.  Dis.
Lot 446,   G.I.,  Hall's Landing  	
Ls. 1,2, B. 61, Rvelstoke, Plan 6361.
Lot 152, Arrow Park, Plan No. 827.
L. 105, Arrow Park, Plan No. S27. ...
E.J, se.}, sec.  1, twp.69,ej, ne.J sec.
36,  Township 71  	
Lot  8042,   Aitow   Lakes  	
L.  7544,  G.I.,   Lower  Columbia river
L. 8156, 8130, G.I.   Arrow   Lakes	
L. 3499, Goldfields, G.I., K. District.
Lot 23, G.I.,  Kootenay District 	
Lot H795, G.I., Kootenay District. ...
Lot 7980, G.I., Kootenay District ...
L. 6, house, B. A, Bev. P. No. 636G.
L. 7968. Up. Arroe Laks. G.I., K. D.
L. 7964, Pingston Ck., G.I., K. Dis.
W. 80 acres of lot 438,G.I., Hall's Lg.
W.J lot 444.160A, G.I.  Hall's Ldg. ...
West J  Sec. 24, Twp. 71 	
W.J,  ne.J,   sec.2*0,  W.J,   se.J   sec.   31,
Twp.  71 	
Lot 8132,   G.I.,   Kootenay  District ...
Lot 5942, Gol-dflelds 	
L.  1785, G.l., Cariboo City 	
Pt.  ne.J,  sec.26,  house, Twp. 23  	
Lot 8034, G.I., Kootenay District ...
Und.J L. 6940 & Und.I L. 6939G.I.KD
L.  A.9,18,24,   lots 7695 and 8687  	
Lot 4467,   Duncan  river,   G.I.,  K.   D.
L. 4,5, of L. 7697. near Burton	
B.J.N.B.J, sec.23, twp.23 R.L.W. 6 M.
Lot 8813, G.I., Kootenay District  ...
13.50
12.00
4.,SO
30.00
15.00
36.40
5.40
14.50
16.00
128.00
20.00
136.00
13120
112.00
48.00
4.80
60.00
55.20
850.00
27.80
27.60
•J0.00
18.00
3.30
68.00
4.00
3.60
39.00
9.60
16.80
7.20
1.50
1.50
19.20
9.00
5.11
8.00
48.00
2.55
12.00
16.00
129.60
282.40
88.00
32.00
54.40
11.40
2.10
2.10
9.60
9.00
28.60
67.20
255.85
14.40
4.00
144.00
13.20
19.20
9.60
34.80
65.00
15.00
lti.00
3.60
197.40
54.00
14.40
36.00
33.60
4.75
30.60
15.00
56.00
1.89     2
7.00
6.70
28.00
2L.50
2.80
14.30
36.00
8.40
1.40
28.00
4170
3.90
6.95
19.50
7.50
1.50
1.20
3.48
1.26
3.45
.64
1.29
1.61
11.55
1.80
15,84
2.04
10.08
2.88
.29
11.10
7.19
165.00
5.38
4.75
2.22
8.30
.67
4.08
.24
.57
4.32
.86
1.72
.43
.li
.18
1.15
1.08
.46
.48
2.H>
.15
.72
.96
14.52
79.72
5.2b
.92
17.87
1.83
.13
.13
.70 2
1.71 2
2.69 2
7.90 3
80.19 2
3.20
6.55
7.M)
.96
.65
37 .0
7.74
7.74
3.24
J.03
.28
1.83
.46
2.15
8.64
17.39
22.50
.4.70
63.48
40.75
43.86
8.54
17.69
22.41
141.52
23.80
153.84
31.54
124.08
52.88
7.09
108.10
72.79
1017.00
35.18
34.35
25.62
51.30
10.67
74.08
6.24
10.07
45.32
12.46
20.52
9.63
3.68
3.68
22.35
12.08
7.57
10.48
55.88
4.70
14.72
18.96
146.12
304.12
95.28
35.92
81.22
15.73
4.*j
4.23
12.30
32.21
33.29
84.60
341.04
NOTICE   TO    CREDITORS.
In the Matter i/f tbe Estate of James
E.  1,"B,, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all
ciod.l"ia aud others naving claims
against tbe Estate of James K.
lyong, lute of Revelstoke, B. C, deceased, who died at Revelstoke on or
about the 12tb day of June, 1911,
nre requested to send to the undersigned, Solicitors for K«v. C. A.
Procunier, Executor of tbe last will
of said deceased, within 60 duys from
date, full particulars of tln-ir claims,
duly verified, and that alter tbat
date the said RxeodtOf will proceed
to distribute tbe said estate among»t
ttioat entitled thereto, regurd lieing
had ouly to those claims ot which
said Kiecutor shall have then received uotioe.
Dated August 16th,  1911.
HARVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM,
Solicitor for Rev.  C.  A. Procuuier,
Executor of the last will ol
Deceased.
NOTICK.
Reve,stoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Nettie H. Piatt
of Rosslard, B. C, occupation
Housekeeper, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near the South East Corner ol
Lot 7900; tbence soutn 40 chains,
west 40 chain., north 40 chains and
east 40 chainB to point of commencement, and containing 160 acres more
< r leas.
Dated August 10th, 1911.
NETTIE H.  PLATT,  Applicant,
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
Dis'net ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, William Rumley,
of Patterson, B. C, occupation Lumberman, inteud to apply for permission to purchase the following described landsi
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the North East comer ol
Lot 9323, being tbe Soutb East Corner; tbence run-Ling nortb 80 cbains,
west 60 chains, south 40 chains, east
40 chains, south 40 cbains and east
20 chains to tbe point of commencement and containing 480 acres, mors
or less.
Dated  August 9tb,  1911.
WILLIAM  RUMLEY,   Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is heeeby given that, on tbe
first day ol December next, application will be made to tbe Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel lioense to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the City hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in tbe province of British Columbia.
Dated this 4th day of October, 1911
JOHN CALEY, Applicant.
1.73
2
18.13
.24
2
6.24
12.96
2
158.96
1.46
2
16.66
1.15
2
'.'2.35
.57
2
12.17
10.68
2
50.fi8
16.76
2
90.31
.90
2
17.90
18.96
6.25
236.60 't
63.74'
17.69
41.24
38.63
7.03
34.43
10.26
41175
66.64
E. EDWARDS,
DEPUTY ASSESSOR REVELSTOKE.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, ,on the
flust duy of December next, application will lie made to the Superiu-
u-iiilent of riovinclal Police for
renewal of the boiel license to sell
liquor hy retail in tbe hotel known
aB the Beaton hotel, sii na teat Beaton, ln the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 28th day of September,
1911. .'Ode.
H.   NELLIS,   Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on tbe
first day ol December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of tbe holel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
us the Halcyon Hot Springs hotel,
situate at Halcyon, in the Province
of British Columbia.
Dated this 28th day of Hopto a.ier,
1911. 3»dl.
WILLIAM   1VOYD,   Applicant.
Bear the date in mind, Oct. 30th-
Turkey Supper at Y.M.C.A.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given tbat, on the
first duy of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
rencwul of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retuil in the hotel known
as tbe Lukeview hotel, situate ut
Arrowhead, in the Province of British  Columbia.
Dated this 2nd duy of October, 1911
CHAPMAN  & IRWIN,  Applicants.
LIQUOR    ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given thut, on tbe
first duy of December next, application will be made to the Superin -
tendent of Provincial Police (or
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
in*th.* Eva Hotel, situate at Camborne, iu tbe Province of British Columbia.
Dated this lOtb day of October, 1911
H.   G.   WARE,   Applicant.
LIQUOH  ACT,   1910.
Notice Is ben v given that, on tbe
first duy of December next, application will be made to the Supeiin-
t,'iiilciit of Provincial Poli"« for
renewal of tli- 'totel license to sell
liquor by re ■'., ln tbe hotel known
us the Criterion hotel ntuate at
Camborne, in tb*» I .oc ol British
Columbia.
Dated this 1- ,i. uay of October, 1911
W.   S.   UENNIE,  Applicant.
LIQU.H.  ACT,   1910.
Notice is tine',j given tbat, on tbe
first day of Deoember net, apphoa-
1 tion will be in de to the Superintendent of Ptovincial Police for
renewal of the b ,u license to cell
liquor by retuil ,i the hotel known
as the Hotel Quecna situate at Com-
, apllx, in tlie PioMnce ot British
Columbia.
Dated tbis 9th day of Octolier, 1911
J.  H.  YOUNG,  Appltcaat.
WANTED-Mun und wife to occupy j
furulsbed rooms. Suitable com|
panlons for a lady. Apply to P.O.'
Box 243, Revelstoke. I
The Allen Players are presenting
"A Stranger in a strange Land" at
tbe L.iiovB e-beclre tonight.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of Viest Kootenay.
Take notice tbat 1, Fredriek
William Vipond, of Nakusp, b. 0.,
occupation foreman, intends to apply lor permission to purchase tbe
lollowing described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted 120
chains soutb of N. K. Corner of T.L.
41271, thence south 80 chaius, ibenoa
taat about 30 chains to Arrow Lake
tbence north along Lake ubout 8U
cbains, thence west abuut 20 cbains
to point of commencement, contain -
ing about 200 acres  more  or lese.
Dated  September 13,  1911.
FREDRICK  WILLIAM   VIPOND.
Sep.23-No.22 F..R.   Vlpond,  Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice tbat I Edward Russell
Vipond, ot Nakusp, 1). C, occupation
coirtt-«ctor inKuii. to apply for per-
niiswti... tn purchaae t-be follow,ug described    :.^1«
(oiunnMiciL, at a Post planted 40
chains soutb ol N. B, Corner of T.L.
41274, tbence iouth Mi cbains, tbenc*
east ubout 20 chait*. to Arrow Lake
tbence north alon. ik« about t)0
chains, tbence west a ,..ut 2 chains tu
point ol commencement, containing
about  100 acres,  mors or lees.
Dated September 12,  1911.
EDWARD  RUSSELL   VIPOND,
Sept.   «-Not. 22.
NOTIOB.
Revelstoke Land D.i trict.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice thi.t I, Otho Ralstoii,
of Harrisonbuif, Virginia, occupation
House Decorat r. intend to apply for
permission to pu.ji.ne the following
described lands:
Commencing at a poet planted
about two and a haif2J) miles In a
South-westerly direction from tbe
South West corner of Lot 9323; being the North West corner, thence
i una iik south 80 , hains, east 90
' ha*nn, north Hi' chains. and
west 80 cbains to point of commence
ment, snd containing 640 acres more
or lees.
Dated,  August 12tb.   1911.
OTHO  RALSTON.   Applicant.
James Fttber, Ajeat, V"
f-.ttn-mttmrneii'
WRDNESlUV,   OCTOBER  25,   1911.
TIETET MJLIIj-IEIIEm^lLr),  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   OCTOBER  25,   1911,
Provincial Elections Act
Revt-lstoke Electoral District
Take notice that I have received
qbjections in writing to tbe retention
of the following names ou the Register of \ our,, ior tue Reiel=,ose Electoral District on the grounds stated below.
And t.me notice that at a Court
of Revision to be held on thj oto
day of November, 1911, at Court
Honsi; Revelstoke at 11 o clock in
the forenoon, i shall bear and determine the -.*. I objections, and un
le ■*.- .- it i. name I persons or some
other Pi rincial voter on their be-
bail : bat such objections
are  n >1 le I,  I  shall    strike
- ich »d said  Rogistei.
Dated tbis llth day ol October,  1911
E.   EDWARDS,
Registrar ol Voters
The [ollowing  persons are  reported
absent from tne District
No. Name Place.
2 Abey,  Frank  Thos,  Camborne.
7 Ackert,     HerbertA.,   Comaplix.
16 Albury,   Arthur  tl.,  Arrowhead.
24 Allen,  Alf.   Harris,   Heveistode.
31 Amey,  Melville lv,  Wigwam.
34 Andrews,   Edward,   Wigwam.
45 Answon,   James,   Comaplix.
59 Auguston,  Peter  J., lievelstoke.
65 Backstrom,   Fred.,   Revelstoke
6'j Bailie.  Hugh,  Comaplix.
tl Baiiie.  Hugh,  Comaplix.
74 Balloch, D.R.. Comaplix.
7s Barnes,   Robert  G.,   Arrowhead.
S5 Bart.   Wylie   11.,   Pingston Creek
87 Batista,   Vittonl,   Itevelstoke.
5? Bave-.   Melville.   Arrowhead.
102 Belt.  Geo.   F.   Revelstoke.
134 Boardman,   Jas.   lv,   Comaplix.
135 Bodwell.   1.   N.,   Kevelstoke.
136 Boggs, Arthur W., 2 Arrowhead
137 Bojg.s.   Harry,   Arrowhead.
142 Bonser,  Tnos.  Alf.,   Hevelstoke.
157 Bradshaw,   William.   Wigwam!
159 Bregolisse,   T.,   Revelstoke.
17J Brown. Frederick, Comaplix.
17s Bucsli-y,   John.  Revelstoke.
180 Bullock,  Ulan.  K.,  Arrowhead.
183 Bunion,  Fred.   Vi.,  Arrowhead.
206 Callahan,   Alfred,   Wigwam.
222 Caprebitie,  Lf,  R.-velstoke.
240 Carlson,   Anton,   Kevelstoke.
362 Cashato,  Giacinto,    Kevelstoke.
271 Clark,  J,is.  Chas.,  Glacier.
2:: Clark,  Wm.   P., Glacier.
296 Cole,  Peter,  Arrowhead.
306 Cook,   Maunce   J.,   Arrowhead.
207 Cooper,   Robert,   St.  Leon.
320 Couits,   David,   Arrowhead.
312 ClOds,   Jas.   Wm.,   Revelstoke.
3ft, Detelice,   tannine,   Kevelstoke.
4ul DlLullo,   AngelO,   Kevelstoke.
t'2b Dunjar,  David  J., Beaton.
■-U3 Duu.,e,   I'atrick,   Comaplix.
450 Edwards, Allien,  Comaplix.
459 Elsdon, clement,    Arrowhead.
45b Elsduii,   Leonard,   Arrowhead.
•i.it* Ennis,   William   T.,   Comaplix.
4"' blnnts,  George,  St.  Leon
4jl Erskine, iL.iiles, Arrowhead.
466 Esplon,   Jos.   I.'.,  Beaton.
418 1-air, Petei  M.,  Arrowhead.
483 Fenwick,   Chas.   H.,   Comaplix.
4»4 Ferguson,   Duncan,    Kevelstoke.
486 Ferguson,   Duncan,   Kevelstose.
lii Flupatrick,   Pat.  1.., Kevelstoke
498 Fletcher,  Peter,   Camborhe.
5u3 Fluod.   John   J.,   Arrowhead.
ft' 1 Falsetta,   Uemard,   Kevelstoke.
,"."- Forbes,  Charles,  Arrowhead.
514 Forrest,  John,  Wigwam.
517 Fraser,  Frank, Wigwam.
531 Fraser,   Walter,   Arrowhead.
o22 Kra-et.   James   M.,   Arrowhead.
."'-"* Frai 1   Wigwam.
.-..1 Fraser,  James, Revelstoke.
itli Galanti,  Luigi   Revelstoke,
547 Gall ■■-' bn   Comaplix.
.'4- Gamestei    Danie     Mtowhea.l.
654 Gawle) Bay.
Oeron    John  v.,,  Wigwam.
,",7u Gilbert,  Gerald  W.,   \* id
57.' Gilmartin,   Anthony,   Com
571'. Gill, Robert  K.. Arrowhe
;,Si Godwin,  I harlea, Revelst   -
5-7 Gordon   • •    1 '<imaplix.
6ao Gougl ,   Horaci
606 Qrills,   Samuel,   ''ami oru*.
607 Gutst,   Will.am.   Arrowh ad
t.12 Hack.1.*-'.  James   C 1
61G Halvarhun,   John,   Arrow!' .'
SH Hall,  .-tank..   A., Arrowhead
(tS Hai er, 0.   A., Revelst ike,
631 Hansen   1 bi   . ''an.' orne.
641 Hanso Itevelstoke
. 4' Hannon        M| b,   ''amborne.
653 Hai ■■ :•    Ulan   Wigwam.
i.'.4 Han -    John,  C maplix.
667 Hartmai    Jaco   G     Arrowhead
666 Haziett.   V,* im   G . 1 'amborne
677 Henry,   I '.•■■ rgl ,   Oomal
6S2 Hepburn,  John  D    1   imaplix.
702 Hoirn.  w.ll.am  B    I   imaplix.
730 Hump»ti'ri.  Wm.   J .  Revelstoki
741 Irwin,  Jami*-. Comaplix.
742 Issuer.  FreemanW.  Ho ky Point
759 Johnson.   H.iiis    Wigwam.
772 Jordon.   Grover   C,   Kevelstoke
776 Keays,   Howard,   Revelstoke.
777 Keiler.   William,   Wigwam.
790 Kennedy,   Fred,   Camborne.
791 Kennedy.  Thos.   L.,  Camborne.
812 Knapp,  Oeo.   D*.  Revelstoke.
817 Konncr,  John. Galena Bay.
821 Lafortunc.  Sim,  Revelstoke.
8L>2 Laflaroe,  Victor, Beaton.
829 Langrell,   Lindsay,  Arrowhead.
Ml Lani:tidirc, K. C, Arrowhead.
831 ijUkn. Joseph. Arrowhead.
M5 Ijawson,   Charles,   Goldfields.
847 Leake,  H.  P.,  Revelstoke.
050 Lecrolx, Frank,  Arrowhead.
i 85S     Lepard,  Herbert,  Camborne.
867     Levesque,  E.,  Goldfields.
87S     Liver,   Win.   J.,   Arrowhead.
881     Livingstone,   K.,   Arrowhead,
- v.7     Lofttis, Peter, Comaplix.
889      Logan,   Ohlpinan,   Hevelstoke.
1 .SOU     Lortie,   Joseph,   Arrowhead.
910     Lux, George.  Goldfields.
1112     Lux,  Thus. T., Beaton.
'J27     Macdonald,   M.,   Arrow-head.
929    Macfetrldge,  Thos.,  Arrowhead.
■ytif)     MacGregor,   K.,  Camborne.
1958     Maloncy, W.  P., Kevelstoke.
.1711     Marsaw,  Fred,   Comaplix.
1.71      Marsaw,   Joe,  Comaplix.
974     Martin,   Andrew,   Wigwam.
io">     Martin,   Henry,   Galena  Bay.
977    Masson, Ji hu S., Revelstoke.
9,8     Kellett,  Hairy, Golddfllds.
9»S     Melvin,   M.  G.,   Arrowhead.
1,:24   Morgan,  10. G., Camborne.
1H28    Mortsen,   W.   E.,   Wigwam,
1032 Morris Geo.  11.,  Arrowhead.
1033 Morrison,  .lohn,  Revelstoke.
1H46   Mullen,  Wm.   10.E.,   Arrowhoad.
lo57   Murray,  lOi.as  .1.,   Arrowhead.
lu-58   Murray,  Robert,  Arrowhead.
innl   McBride,   Robert,   Arrowhead.
1070 McCartney,   .1.11.,   Fust all creek.
1384 .Mil'1 minion,   II.,  Galena  Hay.
lill    McEachern,   A.l).,   Arrowhead.
1116    Mr Fin land,   George,   Comaplix.
1 I.ln Mrliims,   John,   Comaplix.
li ir    McKaracher,  P.,  ('omaplix.
1152 Mi Kennaii,  P.   G.,   Comaplix.
1  1 1 McLennan,  <lor,ion,  Camborne.
1182 McLennan,   A.   I..,   Kevelstoke.
1198 McMorris,  Arthur,  Galena  Hay.
LOS Mcl'bail,   Angus,   Kevelstoke.
1208 McPbee, Daniel, Galena Buy.
12-J2 Naecreute,   Philip,   Revelstoke.
1.24 Nastasem, J,  Revelstoke.
1214 Nicholson,  Thos.   B.,  Comaplix.
..   1 Olson,  Charlie,   Wigwum.
1265 O'Neill, C. H., Oamborne,
11J1 Pearson, 'Ihos.  Jf, Beaton.
i295 Peers, John A., Camborne.
11:.:'.' Perrett, A. F., Beaton.
1.1,2 Pipes, Esward P., Comaplix.
1-.26 Porter, Carl, St. Leon.
1.1,5 Proulx, Ovila,   Kevelstoke.
.oil Purgato,   Antonio,   Kevelstoke.
i.i.'iS Ragnelli, Marine,  Revelstoke,
1376 Relghley, James, Revelstoke.
..,-1 Riley,  '.).,   Goldfields.
. 110' Robinson,   E.W.I'.,   Revelstoke.
1 .*.*) Robinson, Alex.  Wigwam.
.407 Rogers,  Robert, Camborne.
,408 Rogers,  John,  Arrowhead.
.413 Ross, W. W.„ Camborne.
.."■i Hoy.   Arthur,  Goldfields.
, iJ", Hussell, Walter,  Camborne.
.lit Ryan,  Walter,  Beaton.
i4*13 Salt?r,  E.  Wm.,   Arrowhead.
1417 Schwartz,   A.,   Revelstoke.
1170 Scott,  John,  Comaplix.
1453 Sellers,  John,  Comaplix.
1467 Sherwood,  G.   H.,   Arrowhead.
1468 Shields,  Geo.  1).,  Beaton
i4i6 Sinclair,  Donald,  Comaplix.
1*1.8 Singer, Geo.  R.,  Kevelstoke.
I..I6 Skilling,   John,   Arrowhead.
,.,116 Specht,   Jacob,   Revelstoke.
,417 Specht,  H.   J.,  Revelstoke.
...18 Spring,  Ed.  A.,  Revelstoke.
,5,1 Smith,  Harry,   Comaplix.
1676
1579
,691
597
IN OLD DNTHID
Syndicates Formed to Kent and
Finance Neglected Orchards
-Fruit Experts Engaged
trict superintendent  and  myself know Iheir  interest in  the  movement     for
1I.1 ly just where be is and  what he is bhe   first time      will  also  be   present,
doing. Delegates from boards of trade from
"All  of our  fruit  is marketed from uli   parts of  the province,  representa-
tlie head ollice. The early stull is pack 'Ives   of   automobile   clubs   from      as
i.l   right  in  the  orchard,      the    fancy :'ir  east  as   Wlunlpeg  and  as  far    to
grades In  boxes and  No.  I'a and No. tne     south  as  Portland,   and several
:l's In  barrels. The later stuff will  be members of the provincial parliament
shipped to central packing houses in
barrels, tree run. We have secured the
use of the Trenton cold storageplant
for a packing ho'tse for this year and
A new feature in orcharding In Ontario,   nnd  an  important one,  is    lbe
putting up a packing house in Toronto and also a cider mill anil evapor-
ati r.
renting bv financial syndicates of old      ,.r.   .    .       .
1 It  is  just  here,"  comiiieiitod    Mr.
and   neglected  orchards  for  a   period   Metcalf,   "that  we will make    money
1 of years.  In  all of the principal fruit'  where  the  farmer  loses.   All   of    tbe
! growing districts of Ontario this prac   ('"11 apples will  be made use of in the
tice lias become common. In the lust evaporator and cider mill. Of course,
'year several such syndicates have wa "ls" I'I-'"' to have n larger percent
i been formed  and  several   thousands of
acres  ol  apple  orchards,   which form
erly  received  little  or  no     attention
from   their   owners,   are   getting      the
very best of care under the management   of  the experts  hired    by  these
syndicates.
Mr.   I.   I'-.   Mete.ill,   who  as   district
representative  in  Simcoe  county  did
such excellent woik with demonstration  orchards  lasl   yeai,   and   who    ls
Ill's year in charge ol Ibese fruit syn
ilicates,   recently   called   at   the  ollice
of  K.11111 and  Dairy  and  gave    Bome
Interesting  fads concerning  the oper
alion  ol   the 1 on.ern  by   which  he    is
employed.
"We are operating pretty much all
over   the   province,,'said Mr.   Metcalf,
"hut  the most of our orchards areola
I'lincc  Edward  county.      We  at lirst
hnd   140,000  trees  under  option. Some
hnve dropped out, but we have almost
that many left,  We are now planning
however, to extend our leasing extensively. The prospectus of our company  states  that   1,000  acres shall  he
will  le among those taking an     active   part   in   tiie   debates.
Much of the preliminary work In
connection with the holding of this
convention is being dona by W. J.
Kerr, first vice-president of the West,
minster Automobile Club. Mr. Ken-
is first of nil a real estate man, but
Good Roads has b en his hobby for
11 1 (> 11 tr lim'. He was one of the few
Hrltish Columbia men attending tha
annual convention of the Pacific High
way Association in Portland last
August.
ago     of    No.   1  apples by  practicing1     N"  invitation  to  atl.tal   the West.
good  methods of orchard  culture."    j minster convention  has  been  extend
"But   where  does the farmer    come''•'  '" ''•   ,,;-  Sands,  of  Seattle,    who
in.'"   was  asked.   "Would   it   not    lie  successfully   drove   the   first   atltomo-
better for him to ko to work and im-
bile that ever traversed the wilds of
northern H.C mating the join ney from
Seattle to Hazelton 11281 miles) in
a little over three weeks. Sands has
Iim,*ii asked to bring bis pathflndlng
car to Westminster so that the High
w.iy enthusiasts may judge of the
;    by    the
bought and sel out to orchard each through our demonstration orchards
year, uur object, therefore, is to will give them some confidence in de-
i*v nlually  own our own orchards. We   mi. nstrution   orchard   methods."
havi
this
be.'i:
ion.
at .li
mit lived up to our prospectus in
our Hist  year.   Some land     has
bought and some is under opt-
We  have bought   two large urch-
one of ill acres iu   llalton coun
ty,  and  another in  Grey'.      We would
Speaking of their work this year,
Mr. Metcalf said that they had been
hampered by bein; unable to get skilled men and they were delayed in thfl
delivery of spraying materials. They
los-t  part of the spraying    when    the
rather buy than lease if we could get trees were in a dormant condition,
the orchards at a reasonable price. but for th? las-t of the season they
"W« lease the orchard from the bad forty power sprayers going con
farmer for a period of seven year- tiniially and all of the orchards bad
with the option of holding it three been thoroughly sprayed. Next win-
years longer. The price depends on ter it is planned to have the district
the condition of the orchard. The superintendents at least take the hor-
ainoiint of the lease is euual to tlie tbultural short course at the Ontario
average profit that tbe owner bas re- Agricultural college,
ceived for the preceding five years. J "This year we have endeavored to
For instance, 111 Hruce county are get the dead wood and thn thick stuff
leased for *25 an acre, this being just trimmed out of the trees. Some were
a little below the average. The own- in bad shape.     Vis do not intend to
SwiUer,  B.  D..  Arrowhead.
Tampayna,   Felice,   Revelstoke.
Tennant, Walter,  Arrowhead.
Thilmult, Jos., Pingston Creek
...OS Thomas, Alf. G.. Arrowhead.
li.ll Thompson, T.B., Arrowhead.
1. 2 Thompson, Bert, Arrowhead.
1613 Thorne, David J., Camborne.
.  14   Thorn;'.  Edward .1. Camborne.
I ,,".   Tinkller,   John,   Arrow-heal.
. 1 11   Touringney,  Hector.  Beaton.
innl    Turner.  Harry,  Arrowhead.
li.Un   Tye,   Henry   J.,   Arrowhead.
IO*1*   Wincent,   A.,   Arrowhead.
1. 1.1   Wisceutin.  G.,  Revelstoke.
II ,1    Walter,   Walter   D.,   Comaplix.
1663   Ward.  Joseph. Galena  Bay.
1665    Wind,   Wylie   H..   Kevelstoke.
1667   Ware. Oharles,  Arrowhead,
1671 Watson,  K.J..   Revelstoke.
1672 Watson.  Jos.  P..  Hevelstoke.
US7    West,   Oliver   J..   Kevelstoke.
1700   Wilke,  Hululs,  Galena  Bay.
,7..">   Williamson,  .1.  W.,  Arrowh
IVI7   Winter-.  Wm.  C,  Beaton.
ir:'2   Withrow, Fred  M..  Goldfieldi.
1724   Witter,  Andrew  B.,   B latoi
1726 W I.   Edward.   Comaplix.
1727 Woods.  Edgar,  Goldfields.
1749   Zaczkowskll  Paul,  Galena   Bay
IT'I    Zinch,   Winton,   Arrowhead.
'lbe   following  names   are   repoi ■
1 iplicated ii the list:
1 ilm.   John, Revelstoke.
[ollowing   persons   are   reported
I eased:
immv, Louis   Camborne.
Lane,  All.  Wm.,   Revelstoke.      I
B snei    Sedley,   Pingston  Ore ik
II :   Mi It.".:**   11 m ,  Revelatoke.
12  I   Ovin -ton   Ch is.   M..   Big   Kddy.
15  1   Swann   William   \    Comaplix,
1    1   K I kins   ,       *     Revelstoke.
SOI H E
Revelstoke  Lao 1
Diatrli I ol Weil k   ■■ * 1.,.
Take notice thai   I, D    H
,1     Revelstoke   It   1 .  upal
Cl Tk, intend  lo apply '  .
to purchase the (olio •■ 1.       1   1
uu Is
■ ommenclng at a post planted     il
ih *  South  West  Cornei   ol  Lol
n.l  marked H   li.  Reynolds     1.
.'.  u   Coi N 1   Post,  thenee en it      10
■h ins to the South West Corner   of
T   l. 1.1 in.  thence south about    too
■  to tbe    North     K*< rt Cornel ol
Lol  7043,  tbence along line ol    let
f043 forty     chains,     west.  10 eb iln
south   anl  2*0 chains   wesl   to    line  of
Lot      2112,    thence   along  line  of   lot
2112   lu  di line  north      and   20 cha n 1
north    and  20 chains    west    to    the
North      West     Corner,   thence  north
about  400 leet to the place ol   commencement,     containing  I'D      acres,
more or less,
Dated September 2fith, nil.
D.  R. REYNOLDS.
er agrees to haul oil the brush and
deliver tbe Iruit at the nearest station. We usually iry to stipulate also tor a stated numlier of louds ot
manure per acre. As a rule the farmer does the plowing, cultivating, etc.
tor $3 a day and agrees to board our
mrn for $4 a week.
"Is  11  not  difficult   to manage    so
much orchard  so widely scattered.''
"We have tbe whole province divid
cl mt" districts," s 1 .1 Mr. Metcall
"with 11 .upeniitcn lent 111 charge "1
each. For Instance, orchards 111 tbe
,. ■ ,* 1 , i. ttricts iie In chai ft
of 'tie superintendent. Th re is .,11
othei m Prince Edward county, anl
still anoth ir .11 Northumberlan I an I
Hastings.    The  supei inti ndent    hires
butcher tin orchards for immediate
results, ns has been f?arfd by some
but we will fo'low just such practice
as would he advocated by Proi esor
Crow  or  any  oth;r horticulturist."
Good Roads Convention
Prospects fi r the success   of     the
Good  Roads convention  which  Is    to
held    ti  New Westminster on November 11 and  1 are most encouraging
,11 I that tl! nu .*: ;i.*> will have all
important hearing on the movement
tor the Improvec ot existing roads
the building ot new highways ts
now assured.
In     ., 1 lition to tba   representative
VvHlJSilY HOLDS ITS VJ0TIM8
prove   bis   own   orchard""
"Perhaps it would," was the mis
wer. "Hut the tact remains that, he
does not do it. By leasing his orchard Ious he is getting as much out
of   it a.s he  ever  did.   Thfl   orchard   is
getting bcller care and is being made I *: 't'' "f the northern roads
more valuable every year. In addlt - condition ot the automobile
ion we are givin; him a go^d lcssoilw, ~
in spraying and In orchard culture.
I l.i.l the orchai'.l been allowed to Ko
on without care as previously it is a
iltiesbion whether or not he would
have had an orchard at all In ten
years. We are not philanthropists but
indirectly I believe we are doing some
good. Farmers are not all leasing to
us, and our work will he an object
lesson to this class. The mere fact
that wealthy men are willing to put
money into the same project that we
have  been  trym; to teach  to     ihem
Until Released by Wonderful Sa.
,     maria Prescription
the men and  looks after ail tne work members  .■'.   the  Pacific  Highway as-
,,; the companj   ti ins district.At th.- ,   ,.    .   x,.,, B      „i„ke the trip to
head  of each  c.,n ■ of me"  l«   I    lore th     Royal   city   tot   the   purpose      of
man. We  have .,  system     ol retorts taking part  In tn* convention, a large
whereby   each   foreman   let*   the     lis n  mber   ol      nun    iho   are      showing
THREE COOKS AND
THREE REASONS
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V»r no niilltr Imw much at hn i lint* r^tkmt ti 4ami i« nwntr *h«i thr **********
fit/an Of reoutrcd. fhn e *rc Mftifn prune rw|flU(lM l«W •MTJ  kiirhm r*n|r      \A h*-ther lh«
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fiirimh thr«.g rlit-e_g^<rn>ii>ti     IIMdiMa* ifld  lto\ oi   hr.t    rrM hiltml IwHiflM, •'• » •
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RAN'iK h4i rhrn imwtff, fhr--^ good fwom why,
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liflen«e<l lor .nr '.nlr on Ovntfl   ' llfnrdl.     It fffw» * remmrkmM? Mvi«| in fricl it well tt
Uh-or.    Nothing ctn <o   ip the '•htmnry h,i' UMkl ■»'!  "I"'
The Oivided Flue Strip divinhutrt the hetl evcnlr.
(ront et wrll a% Seek o nvrn, th'it nrrurini ttftinet ftihirf in
htkin(. 1 here it nn hettrr MM ff prtotirti tune work then
ihit OVtO control.
Are v»u eUeyt diitlial? Tht Gurnev Oi(-.r I R*-^<-r-
lihleOrtte <tvrt dirt tnd Uhor; onr htll turn tod th- tthet
ere nut, -*tiilethe interior knif Ireih grlad the bfrokM cltnket
There tre plenlv -if Mhff "miMIM lor the tdvtntetfe
nl  Ihe (Jiirney-Oilnrd. ■• • cull OH   im will fonwffl
C.nmt in tn-. ter Dttf VtrlH ltft€« end we will demonttret*
•II rhrte fettnrtt to your entire Mtitfefltinn.
I
awrrnce
Hard
ware tompany
, Ltd.
t.iuu*,r data up Inflammation and Irritation or th* itomueh and weaken!
thii turvee. The steady or periodical
l-apiee) drinker la often forced to
diiiik evitii aifainat t-'., /til by hia un-
1111 tural phyalc.l condition.
riamarla Preacrlptlon atopi the craving, .-.icadlm tha nerval, bullda up tha
■general health and makea drink actually dlatasteful and nauaaoua. it
Is taataleaa and odorlaaa. and can ba
11.cn with or without tha knowledge
ol the patient.
Thouaands of Canadla homea have
been aavad from mlaary and dlagraca
h> soma devotad , ilt, mother or
daughter through thia wonderful Canadian remedy. Tha money formerly
waited ln drink haa restored happt-
nese, home comforta, education and
reepeot to the famlllaa formerly ln
want and deapalr.
Head the following, one of tha numerous unsolicited testimonials received:
" 1 can never repay jrou for your
remedy. Jt la worth mora than Ufa
tu me. Hy husbaml has bsen offered
l'i ior several times, but would net
touch It. Ha aaid lt had no oharm for
tnin now. May God's oholca bleeelngs
ever rest on you, and roura, are my
i'ii, vers ever. No ona knowa It kut
ttiose who hare triad lt. Xa aoon aa 1
run I will sea ethere that I know
would five anything t* stop their husbands Irom trtak. I will rlre than
your address.
" Mrs. K , Dawlntsn. Aita."
(Name withheld  on  request.)
Now, If you know of any family
needing this remedy, tell them about
it. If you have any friend or relative who haa formed or la forming
tbe drink habit, help him te release
himself from Its awful elutohea Samaria Prescription 1* used by Physicians and Hospitals. ,,
A FREE TRIAL PACKAGE of Samaria Prescription, with booklet, giving full particulars, teatlmonlela, pi-le*.
etc., will be seat absolutely free aad
postpaid In plain sealed package te
anyone asking for n and mentioning
this paper. <   Corrajpeeidenoe saors-dly
confidential.     Write to-day.   The ria-
mnria Remedy  Co.,  Dept.   46-49,  Col-
nnrne  St., Toronto,    Canada.      Alan
for  Sale  hy  C.   R.   Macdonald,  Drui;-
glst, Revelstoke. B.  C.
IT'S A LIE!
Prices in Revelstoke are not
uway up out of siRht. No, sir!
You can buy men's shoes, eloth-
intrand furnishings, in fact every
thing a man wears, just as cheap
here as you can in Calgary or
Winnipeg—that is, if you do your
buying at JOHN BULL'S. Why?
Because John Bull sells for cash,
and you don't have to pay for
any bad debts, or any collector's
fee. or any bookkeeper's salary.
" Men Who Know" these things
are buying goods here every day
and saving money, too. These
are the men that find our prices
JUSt a little lower than the lowest
Seeing is believing.    Come and See.
MISS   WRIGLEY
Lessons in Painting and Drawing
Oils antl Water Colors
H to ■•!  ol   Soutli   Km
*.   1    Klaml    ,ii   Mastei'»  1 crtili*
l'irst-l 1 isa  L'ertiflci es
1.     Ornament I'alul
111., wiiii: f r. 111
'.,,!, nm._. ||, 1 |nj 10,1,1 the
*
I      .   .        I'l I/,",     I'M
id figure iu ' His.
lorniing lot junlur  pupils on
i noon:
•'.
Mis .   1VRIGI  I   *
'  ire Mrs, II >KRen.
Sewing Machines
A nice new slink of Sing-
m anil Wheelei Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month al Manning's,
Ail kinds "f machine needles
stocked,
H.   MANNING,   Agent.
Dr. de Vnn's Female Pills
■   ib e Crew h rt| ' ■        I hi l
p'Hi ire Pxrevdlnfflv i- ■-.»- rlul in 1  fftilatlng tl>A
p rl   n n?flic female nyelem.   H*>lu»e
nil thfjip ImtUtlnni    Hr. rt* T«n's .irn Mold nt
■ ttt 1 - ltd    Mulled to ai>\ uddreiii
Ihe s,n»,-n |frilK ( o., »i. C Mh»rlnei, Ont.
W. Parry
AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR
REVELSTOKE
AUCTION SALE
Starting Sat Oct. 14ih and every
Saturday and Monday
Watches, Jewelry, eto.
Wood for Sale
First class wood, any desired lengl h and in any quantity can be had by leaving
an order at S. McMahon's
blacksmith shop.
Phore No. 87
DAN MclNTOSH
PORT MANN
The Pacific   Terminal Port of the
Canadian Northern Railway
Ollicial annouiicemenl is made thai llie
towusite lots will lie on sale within sixty
Mays. As was tlle same in Prince Rupert
reconl prices w*i,l reiyii, some say
$15000 to $20000 per lot. The lots
nearest to what will be llie highest
priced railway lots an- those across the
road belonging to us. They are big 50
kit by 164 leet lots to a 20 (out lane,
Hid are about 300 yards olT the water
front. Prices now asked are only from
>I5I'II up willi .< year terms. These'
show opportunities for greatest quick
profits ever offered iu the country. No
private subdivision in this Terminal can
ever be so close as ours. Remember
the highest priees at the sale will set
the value to our lots. We recommend
speedy action as only about fifty lots
remain unsold. Ask for maps and
prices.    Sole agents—
The Selwyn Investment Company.Ltd.
311 Dominion Trust Bldg. Vancouver.B.C.
NOTIOE
Hevelstoke Lnnd  District.
District ot  West Kootenay.
Take notice that sixty days after
date Dominion Sawmills and Lumber Ltd., uf Hevelstoke, D. C, a
Lumber Company intend to apply to
the Minister of Lands (or permission
to purchase C-M0) Two hundrtd and
[orty acres of lnnd  described as  (ol-
lows:
Comment-in,; at a Post planted 2
chains south from the South Kast
corner of Pearsons Pre-Kmption, Lot
./IW2, (Iroup One, Kootenay District
and marked "D. S.M. & L. Ltd.,
South West Corner Post," thence
north CO chains, theuce cast 40
chains, thenee south 60 chainB, thence
west 40 chains to the point of commencement.
Dated this Sth day ot August, 1911.
Dominion Sawmills & Lumber, Ltd.
Ag. 19-60     By  James Kngland, Agent
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given thut, on the
lirst day of December uext, application will be made to the Superintendent of* Provincial Police (or
renewal ol the hotel license to Bell
liquor by retail iu the hotel known
us the St. Leon hotel, situate nt St.
Leon, in the Province ol British
Columbia.
Dated this 28th day of September,
1911. 3IM9.
HERBERT   COUSINS, Applicant
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Lund District.
District of West Kootenuy.
Take notice that James A. Shields,
of Hevelstoke, British Columbia, occupation, Packer, intends tu apply
fur permission to purchase the follow
ing  ileseritied  lun.I:.
Commencing at a  post pluntud    at
iih- Bouth West Corner ut Lot a77»,
litoiip I, West. Kootenay District, B.
C, and marked "James A. Shields'
South East Corner post," thence
wrHt about twenty chains mure or
less to tin- south east, corner of Lot
2712, Group I, thenoe north 40 chains
bhenc« wi>.t ^u chains more or less to
the north west corner ol t/ot 2773,
iiii'in* iouth in chains to point of
commencement,  ami  containing      80
aries iiiote  or  less.
Hi,led   August  29th,   1911.
JAMES   A.   SHIELDS,
Andrew   Kltsou,  Agent.
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
Notlot i« hereby given that on the
iu t day ot December next, appllca-
tlan will I,,' made to the Supcrln-
tendenl ol I'rovincinl Police lor
renewal ot tbe hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
ns tbe Union hotel, situate iit Arrowhead, in the Prorinoe ol British Columbin.
Hated this llth day ol October, 1911.
W.J.  LIOHTBLHNf,  Applicant.
KOOTENAY      LODGE.  No.  '.b  A.   K.
nui A. ill.
Regular meetings are held in MAS-
UN 10 TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
ou the Third Monday iu each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially  welcome.
ROBT. GORDON,  W. M.
W. B. RUUERTSON, Secretary.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12,  1.  O.   O. V.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
J.  S. HOOLEY,  N. G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE,   No. S461.
OF I. O. F.
Meets in I. (X O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday iu month. Visiting brethren cordially  welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K.  ol    P.,
NO.  ;«,   REVELSTOKE,  B.   O.
Meets every  Wednesday except   the
Third Wednesday ot each month      in
Oddlellows'  Hall at 8 o'clock.   Vieit-
ing Knighte are cordially invited.
J. Y. SIMP80N, C. 0.
U. H. BROCK, K. ol R. * U.
     M. ot F.	
O.  W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 221.
Meets Second    and     Fourth  Wednesdays    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Oon. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Olerk.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Boliciiors,  Etc.
Imperial  Bank  Building  Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
OUlces—Rcvslstoks,    B.   o.,     and
Craubrook, B. 0.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. a. Harvey,
Rovelstoke, Craubrook
ROBERT SMITH.
Provincial Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZIB AVE.,
 DOX    10«,   REVELSTOKE.
W~l      HT.      WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
Box. 282,  Hevelstoke.
Plans and     Specifications prepared
lor     all    classes     ol buildings, Etc.
Draughting and Blue Printing.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke  Land  District.
District oi  hest  Ivootuuay,
iune uotice nmt u„_. McGaghraL,
01 Arrowheau, d. ^., occupat.ou
Lumberman, intcnus to uppiy tor pec
mission 10 lease tne lollowiug uit-
scribed lauds lor murulo and hum
quarrying purposes.
Commeucing at a post planted
atioui two miles south of Pingsiou
creek Mill and mumed "E. McGagu-
run's South East Corner", theuce
west 40 chains, thence north 40
cnuiUB, thence east iu chaius, more
or less to the lake shore, thenco
south along the lake shore 4U chains
more or less to thc point ot commencement, containing lbO acres
more or less.
Dated   Aug.   22,   1911, B.6-N.S
ED.   McGAGHRAN.
NOTICE
Itevelstoke Lund District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that 1, Charles Studler
ot Nukusp, B. C, occupation Loger,
intends tu apply for permission to
purchase the following described lauds
Commencing at a post planted at
the North Eust Corner ot T.L. 41274,
thence south to chuius, thence east
auout 2 chuius to Arrow Luke, theuce
ulong Arrow Lake to poiut ol commencement, contuining 40 acres more
or less.
Duted September 26th, 1911.
CHARLES   STABLER,
E. R. Vlpond, Agent
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given thut, ob the
li.st duy of December next, uppliCa-
t.on will be made to the Superintendent ot Provincial Police for
ivncwul of the hotel licenso to sell
liquor hy retuil in the hotel known
us the Glacier Housij, situut at Glacier, In tho Provlnco of British Coin inbiu.
Dated this 28th duy of September,
P'l I. 3llds.
Canadian  Pacific  Hallway  Company,
Applicant.
LiyUUH   ACT,   1910,
Notice Is hereby given that, on thn
first duy ot December next, applico-
t.011 will be made to the Superintendent ot Provincial Police for
renewal of the holel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
111 the Lardcuii hotel, situate at
Comaplix, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated  thiB  28th   day  o!  September,
1111. tUda.
RUSSELL    M.    EVANS,   Appllc»9t.
A
v WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER 25, 1911.
the: ZM^IL-IHIIEIRJLILID, revelstoke
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER 25,  1911.   '
I
See special window displays.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. tfume 8t Co.. limited
m\ Dry Goods Department^
Fen-Angle Cashmere Hose
I'or ladies—in black, absolutely
seamless, pure wool, and full size
knit. You bave our word for it that
tbey are the best hose to be had for
the money. 50C
Friday Bargains
in ihe Dry Goods Department
A clearing line ot
MoreenUnderskirts
No use to describe them, but simply say
they are worth  a look, and the
Price Friday will be $2.75
A lot of Ladies'
Fancy Silk Waists
Black Taffettas,  Ecru Lace Fancy Silk,
all at a
Friday Bargain $3.90
Just a few of those
Auto Veils and Scarfs
at  one-half prices.    Quite a few people
took advantage of this sale this week
Some Beauties at $1.00
White Bear Coats for Bah]
The cutest little civt we have yet shown
Home are plain and others fancy trimmed,
all the way from
$1.50 to $4,50
New Cordelene Hand Bags
Lovely goods, in Suede leathers, colors,
tans, browns, greens, etc., with nice long
cord and tassel to throw over the shoulder
$3.50 Each
Fall  and  Winter   Coats
If you have not yet bought your Fall or
Winter Coat or Suit, better hurry up and
get one. We have a good selection of
suits in Tweeds and Plain Cloths, also
coats in Tweeds, Pony Clo hs, etc., at
reasonable prices.
New Lot of Ladies' Umbrell
A clean up of
Dress Goods
ne  Luster3, some Fancy and Shep-
d Checks, all a
Price en Friday 25c
as
Some ofthe nicest ideas in fancy handles
we have ever shown. Some have long,
plain, dark handles, that we have had so
many ladies make enquiries about.
Nice, Warm Wool Underwear
The Varnetta brand for ladies; Jwar-
ranted not to shrink, fashioned knit Co fit;
in white or natural, lovely goods, at per
garment
$1.25
White Flannelette Nightgowns
In colors and white, any sizo, up to the
large sizes. This is an exceptionally nice
lot of gowns; some with French neck and
short sleeves, from
$1.00 to $5.O0
House Furnishing Dept
Carpet Squares
We have just taken in stock a
lot of the famous ^chuman Axminster
Squares. Oriental and conventional
designs. Also small rugs. These
are exceptional values and very
pleasing effects.
D
rapenes
How about draperies for your archway and windows. We have a choice
line of heavy mercerized Madras,
Brocketelle Silk, Silk Tapestry, all
suitable for archways and over
draperies.
Tapestry Portieres in reds, greens
and mixed effects.
Heavy Reversible Velour in red,
green and old gold, as well as all
wool basket weave wrepps, suitable
for stencilling. Colore Red, Green
and Brown.
Curtain Poles and Fixtures
Window Blinds and Fixtures
Eiderdown and Lambs
Wool Comforters
These are by far the choicest
goods on the market at the price.
Choice Eiderdown Comforters,
covered with best English Sateen,
quilted and ventilated, choice bordered effects.;
Same cover with pure white carded Lambs Wool, light and warm.
Yo'i will do well to examine these
goods.
Wall   Papers
Now is the time to buy wall paper.
You can brighten up a dingy room
for the winter at very little cost.
All our papers are this season's
goods, and can be relied upon for
quality and good taste.
Complete Range of Linoleums
and Floor Oilaloths
The Perfect
Overcoat
HERE'S a 20th Century Brand
Coat we would like to show
you. Double-breasted with convertible collar, bench-tailored in the
new check-back cloths and attract-
imported overcoatings. We are
exclusive agents for 20th Century
Brand garments.
Prices, $25 to $30
Mail or Telephone your
orders. Have our Traveller
call. Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
Ladies'
Dress Slippers
$L High Class Groceries Tv
T
eas
It pays to push an article. It pays
to push it to some purpose. We arc
pushing Sunbeam Tea in bulk at
40c. and soc. per pound. Wc waste
no energy whatever in advocating
the quality of the tea because people
who have bought it once will buy it
again. The intrinsic merit this tea
backs up the highest praise you can
give it.
Coff
Extract
Sealey's Flavoring Extracts never
fail to give perfect satisfaction. They
are unparalleled in quality, purity
and flavor and are featured by the
most particular customers. You
cannot make a mistake in buying
Sealey's. You get quality, quantity and price all in one.
ee
We arc always gaining golden
opinions from our customers when
wc send them a package of our famous fresh ground Mocha and Java
Coffee. The quality of this high
grade Coffee is endorsed by thousands of delighted users. Try a
pound if you have not used it before.
Codfish
The dry Codfish if packed and
cured in the proper way is as fine a
change as you can wish for. Wc
have the finest and best cured drv
csdfisll thai we could procure and if
you want conclusive proof get a
small quantity and put them to the
test.
Fruit
Wc arc still receiving a few shipments of fruits for preserving and
can till vour orders for prunes, perns
peaches, quinces and grapes. The
season will soon be over and if you
have not put up anv fruit DO IT
NOW.
Cups and S
aucers
We are opening up a big range of
Japanese Cups and Saucers in the
newest and latest designs which we
will have on sale this week at a price
that will meet the approval of all our
customers. We can suit every one
from the Baby to Grandpa. Don't
fail to see our display.
The new ones have just arrived, briggt,
snappy, lasts with the short vamps, that
give comfort as well as style; they fit the
foot. They are the product of J. &. T.
Bell, which means the best of materials
combined with expert workmanship. Notice is particularly attracted to our pump
lasts which cling to the feot with absolutely no slipping at the heel.
Black Patent Leather Pumps   Medium
French   heel,   short vamp,  small bow-
Price, $4.00
BLACK PATENT LEATHER PUMP-
Cuban   heel, ankle strap,  Hat silk bow,
short vamp, the dressiest of them all-
Price, $4.00
BLACK KID SLIPPEKS-Four straps,
steel cut beads, Cuban heel, short vamp-
Price $4.50
BLACK   KID   PUMP*-Ankle  strap,
Cuban heel, small bow, fits like a glove-
Price, $3.50
MATT KID PUMP-dull finish kid,
Cuban heel, beaded toe, easy and comfortable.
Price, $4.00
BLACK SATIN PUMP-Made on the
new perfect pump last, Cuban heel, satin
covered, short vamp, gold beading on toe.
The new evening slipper.
Price, $5.00 WBDMESDAY, OOTOBKH 2B, 1911.
THE MA-IL-ZKEZR^ILIX  REVELBTOKE
WEDNK9DAT,  Oi'TOBHTt
l'Jll.
Smart Fall Millinery
special shipment by lixpress this morning including
NEW PATTERN HATS the latest models fiom thc
East.    Our Milliner) Department is always up-to-date.
New Fall Coats
We arc showing the greatest
varieu of Coats ever brought
together al any one seasi n by
us before.
Pnces-SO.   $18,   S22.50   and   $25   Each
New Fall Suits
For Ladies, iii Tweeds. We
arc showing lhe production of
throe diflerent  Factories.    You
may depend upon ihe newest
st\ les,
$20.00 to $25.00 Each
REID & YOUNG
IHE CITY IN BRIEF
Celery
... r tb at  Mclntyre'
Mrs. Walter S ott "I Nakusp. is In
ting (rli ;i*l-*
Monday, Oct.  30th, ia the  date
the Rebecca  Lodge  Dance.
Thanksgiving Turkey  Suppei   at Y.
M.t'.A.    *y  -be Ladiee Auxiliary.
Tb- * :     tting "I    tl""    County •
i>P held her.- on Novembei ,
Sth.
"The Ressurection " Friday nexl by
the   Allen  Play n    lol   th      Catl  ■
chun h.
H **'*' about yo * tatoei and veg
,. .. ■ * ... nti *f't see mc
Intyre an*!  Bon,
U> ol the  English mint,
the words " lei gratia" sre lelt ofl
'' ina i.a*   i u.i.- oi 1911.
Mrs.  M. C.  Uawl, i  will rec a
Saturday n nt, th 28th inst., an l
therealtet on tbo fourth Thursdny ol
each   month.
Mr. P.. n.wi ■■ has hi en work -
• > it Winlaw lor the paBt y ■ ,r. is
home 51 :. I ng . «n 'k with Ins family   .ui .   '    .   :■ thi   Big  K'l'ly*
Turk, i - ann ial  r duction in  prices
. ''111.11
January  1,   1912, Come  In
early lor j    ir Christmas pl ■*■        21
M*    H   '' inn ngham  Mori is, lorm ir
Mail-Herald  stall,  has been
the    Kamloops
Stan lard,  and   '..*.-  **,. ered   upi ii  Ins
luties
]■■■'.- ■ 'al ;ary  on
...       *■ the e .st      last
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Th    nn
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Mrs   )••■■,- ,* *  Fo .it:      street.
'mmi;
next   .if"   She lms
ilth oflat*     and
in ,y be h ilptal. ■
,   * mpany
will '
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ew Laid Eoqs Ic. Per Ioi.
In order to fjel the best results from your chickens
you must provide the besl foods available, as without these egg producing foods you certainly do not
'.vci the best results. Try our Beef Scrap, Ovster
Shell Grit, Crushed Hone or Alfalfa Meal.
FEED -We also carr,\ a full stock of Hay. Oats,
Wheat, Barley, Corn, Chop, Bran and Shorts.
A. HO3S0N,        Baker and G-ocer.
Look  At This
We have ninety cords of good, clean, dry cedar in 14 and
16 inch lengths. Wo also havo cedar, lir and hemlock
mixed.   Get your orders in early for immediate delivery.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES  LIMITED
SIGHT
YOUR EYES
will appreciate the ease nnd comfort derived from
wearing- "proper fitting glasses." If you hnve not
had your '"Eyes" attended to
WHY PUT IT OFF ?
Our Representative will be at
DIAMOND HALL. REVELSTOKE
Thursday and Friday, Nov. 2 and 3
Make it a poinl to consult him.
t,4LL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
THE TAUBE OPTICAL COMPANY
132 Eighth Avenue East. CALGARY, Alberta
Kslublislied 1871 l-i'iif.'  Distance Phone 268-1
f
THE "EMPRESS" SHOE
NEEDS NO BREAKING  IN
di
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
   —--' OPEN NIGHT AND DAY-'"  -=
White Help Only Employed
Board by thc Day or Week
Night Restaurant-Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,       -       ^Manager.
Footwea
for Fall
We can supply your
needs for the fail in good
footwear, whether for
lhe house or street. We
make a specialty of Empress Shoes for women
and Classic shoes for children and misses.
We earn Kill) rem Slloi'S ill
Hals., in Kill, i'liu Metal,
1'ati'til anil velvet tops, But-
ton in Kiel, patent and velvet
lop. I'nnips in sueile, kid nud
patent,
Clupsic Shoes for children are
the lit'si and cheapest slice you
can buy. We guarantee every
Bhoe ive sell.
WARM SLIPPERS
In  stvle,   fit, finish  and material  the We hnve a  nice  Ibt "I  fell
"Empress" reveal, a superiority obviously ^J^ feS si^e
distinctive. i„ ladies, The priees will tempt
We sell them. )'ou.
cTVIcLennan <3& Co.
Bighty-ava     per eenl   of all    head- i3uing     touches   on    his
s mew house.
aches  are  thc  r suit  of eye strain.- ( Dume rumor says Geqrge is lired   of
Arc  yon  troubled  that   wuy'   If    ko, ; ],:K own cooking,
consult B.  I,. Taul.o, e,f     thi   Tauba
Optical Co., Oaigary, who will bo ut.1    Mr' Thos'  AbrIel ,s bullaiu« °  lil"'
Diamond Hall on Thursday uud Fri-; "' w>h,u" "" the lu,me ranch. »' »«■«'•
day,  November 2nd ,,„l 3rd. Mr.AbrW  is going Into raising thor-
NAKUSP NEWS
OUgh   bre.l   .1
ersey  cows.
Uev. It. .1. Mclntyre lms been Invil
i tn open a new     Methodist church
'    IVai'lllall'l   "Il   Sov.   5th.
The Orangemen wi the city have
* ran -e.l to march t" thc Metho list
■   iii'h Sunday,  Sovembei  5th
•li. anl  Mrs.  Thorpe,  recently  mar
i •■ I iu Nelson, ure In the c ty expeel
tu make this  place theii  homi
i)r,   Thompson,   Oonservat ve       de
at..I I*'   T   i '■ ii rdon iu the deferre I
ction  In  the  Vnkoi    l ■* ■
m ijorltj
Jr.   Ilnw.ci .1   Douglas,  sU|
,   .  ,.;  th(   S'al    nal   Park!    I      -
■  bhe ell y today, the guest  * I
.1   iL-htiT Mr**, i;.  s. McC ii •
Jon -   Vn lei son,  who liad his urm
rely crushed In the sl
i const  Tu ■■ * * ■
*'. I a  ■'•■       ■
*■   rk.
UeniMi,,*,    • --SIT,,
t   to  ll*
;i   . col -l'i
Hnll   * ti  Th .i - lay  an I  f
S'ovember 2 and :t.
\  in.    il   Tra       '
.. |..-l oul   the 0   ■   •       tei,     Klnro
.ti i  Oo Id **  Bi ■
The  guests  "f  the
.•,..   escape   tiavl •■  • ■•
nit-tit  clothes.
The ■'••*"
-.    em *-r it     Htrati
,*>• making readj  toi   I  ■
i    tn  rhe  Immed   I
1        |     north     ii  the  B
,: ,     ■.■   :      • i ■      -■■■tir
ll
j, r. Mm
Th ■
I In
t    Mr. i "*', Mr,     ■ »ad
The Gpworth League ol the Method
ist church meets tonight al 8 o'clock
au 1 will arrange a program fur the
u*\t Bis months. The Citizenship
department propose organizing a
mock city council :ti which they-hall
. u .-lit or t wo becoming ac
pin nted »ith city  busin
■ .   ■; ncc       '.!:    and Mi
list   night    il   -  *   • he it
hi '   me
and stol ■
■   - * t, bt
' ■        and
* el urn *    Mi. and Mrs
I oicloi        r police
u
i the
GlHMi CITY htW3
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of
MeDuUg
(From Our Own Correspondent]
('. B. Thorpe left on Saturday   for
Nelson where he is t'i be   married to
Miss Verna Embree of Wnrdner,  B.C.
Our best wishes are extended to    the1
young couple.
Mr, Mills has started work on the
barges ami new hull for the govern
ment dredg-e, we understand that be.
tween thirty umi forty thousand dol-
lafs will be spent on this work here
tins  winter.
Mr. .las Sne.l.Um of the l.eland hotel, is going to instal an electric
light  plnnt   with   a  capacity   of     250
ligftts. |
i
A.  E.  Haigh and 1.. F. McDougald
-i*iit  a tew days In Revelstoke.
'I'll*' annual hospital ball will tnke
place in November,
Mr, ('has. F. I.in.lrnurl; spent a
day in town, we hear front Mr. Lindmark that , Revelstoke firrq will open a butcher shop here In the spring.
tin Sat ui        night  a smoker     was
:: Id  In  tbe    | era  ho ise.   A  Bplendi I
n nl *i ■■ i,  three     good
■ ■ ins were given  lu  t be
it  rlass,  Messrs.  W.  ('lease
an I   L, • n   ■■■<■ t   live  rounds.
ia n . ive ihi   besl  of it.
■ :
■ middle w sights W.
1.1' Hardy  nave    us
■ • tbt n -     but    it
hts   <;.
I j    M   Smith,     to
vat ti    .     their
■   iir i ii cr
ippear-
* would
me
.'
Bert
,1    Bradford,
.*.'*■ tod
m     ;*r    ll at*,ii    pre-
*.:'1m      uf
*
M ver   ol
il
The la.lies ,,r tbc church of England intenil giving a Hnllow'een dance
in thc opera house on Monday even-
in;, Oct. 21st.
The. Nukusp Dramatic cluh intend
tu open their season shortly and will
endeavor to put on some good plays
tli s  winter.
Mr. Kxshaw, of the hunk stall, has
1. n iransfered to the Uevelstoke
branch, his smiling Irish face will be
very much missed especially by the
Nakusp Stiffs Club, of which he was
a prominent member. i
Mr. Wood of Brandon, Man., is the
n w member of the bunk stall here in
place of Mr. Exshaw, who has been
transfered.
EDISON THEATRE
ONLY FOUR MORE NIGHTS
THE ALLEN PLAYERS
TONIGHT iWednes ayi
The Second in Command
Thursday "The Road to Yesterday"
Friday   "RESURRECTION"
Saturday " OUR NEW GIRL "
MA.TINEE-Saturday Afterhoon
A Stranger in a Strange Land
Prices, Mat, 1 c, 25b. Eve. 25c, 50c 7&c
Seats on Sale at Macdonald's Drug. Store
aaaaanariaggrr- sex!
News About Moose Jaw
THE HUB OF SASKATCHEWAN
We have just received word that half a hlock in the centre of
Windsor Park, our Subdivision in Moose Jaw, has been reserved by the
Government for a school site. This not only increases the value of our
property, but also demonstrates that it is situated in the centre of the
Broking residential district. Windsor Park is only one mile from Main
Street and 15 minutes walk from Post Oflice and only two blocks from
the street car line. We can safely say this property will double in value
in a short time as Moose Jaw is rapidly forging to a front place among
the larger cities of the west. Here are a few facts* Ask for our booklet of Moose Jaw published by the Board of Trade.
iti:\vs- imi <; stork
FLOWER   BULBS   Direct
from HOLLAND
We b ivi' r« i -* *' No   '   Pull
lnrj{e fitcf II '■ i
Special Darwin Tulips, pei *•"   ■ r
Ordinal -   varletii b. i" r im
Vou Si m DaflMllli
]•*,*,, ■ .vimi Nan '■-■-'
Battel and l'i'*-' I'allu
.I.N ',■
Rinpreaii Nari e«sl,
: * * i   .'
i ,.., ua, Snowdrops, it'
Ullum Candldtiiii
I.'
Mic
I",
Sl;
I  il
I'M
All choice first quality Bulbs
aU'tablc l"r itwl'.or or out 'I" n
Fn   h   HIA1)A  *-.*     MORE
CHOCOLATES
NEW   HOOKS
"I.iii; Kverla linir,"
\l mim i on-Ill   *1  '
•\l ii •.  Midtliornr "
Ital i  Mi full In on     I.ii
"Mt    Cam      '"It
I! ill*  ll'.H'.'i IH  V\ l| .'I;
N«w THERMOS BOTTLES
I*. *     . •  *, llnnrl     -       i
I,iiiu'li Kit
120 COUGH CUKE. 50i
KKXAl.I, RRMEDIB8 Ioi  ill ail
nn in-*   fullv Kitarnnlci 'I
TNI. RKXAIJL DRUO STORK
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Burton
lay
\    \    Burton  rtitei I lor
i   roll   of  '
-" .,* rea,  Hunk! ll  Hii'V will
[M   ,,*    P*        ,       ,',,.,   I ,1      Ml   I   .    *,M1M   11' W    *
m.   v illey
\l,* *.i      Woi  * -1 • v mil  l.n'.iv will "|,
ei ,iti* :.,';■.iim i .iin|rM -ii  tin* i iv*
unit i   '.'. ti .'ii will  ii'tt'i  to k'-'i' thing *
alive   • line -1. li il
'I ll.lllkM'l*. Ill •     li , V
•Wth ibiu yoiir.
VI  nd ii    Ocl
ban I    The
.* man
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ii ■*    it      tart
no'     ,   'Miinp"  .ill I    *
Ml  * K     'A       I   ,i  tin    itl'l   : uni   ,    ImVO
i iiown to iii'-ii  i.himIi .it  Bdge
.■*. l
Vii v,    i   William   ' nti i i*i'i" I    i
imh i .   of 1 ..In     .1   hi   I*   Wi
i ii ng  i ' t
I,.*, R    I Uli il   ll  putting  the  nn
M003e JGW has over 17 large factories.
MoOSe JaW has over 25 Wholesale Houses.
MoOSe JaW has ll lines of railway either runnii g or being built.
\?00Se JaW has 17,000 population.   In 1906 only 6,250.
MoOSe JaW has an assessment of over ¥27,000,000.
IIROOSe JaW is a profitable place to invest your money.
WINDSOR PARK
The Best Buy in Moose Jaw To-day
$100 to $200 a Lot
Terms:   One Quarter or One-Fifth Down: Balance over 18 Months
J. B. WATSON RfALTY CO.
E. G. Foley, Manager
Mackenzie Avenue
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