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REVELSTOKE B. C. NOVEviBEK 8 1911
$2,50 Per Year
NENEW
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GUY FAWKES' DAY
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JUST   ASK  YOUR   WIFE
IF SHE WOULDN'T
LIKE TO HAVE
A NEW RANGE?
SHE-LL LIKE THE KIND WE SELL.
COME. SEE.
WE JUST HATE TO TELL YOU WHAT YOUR WIFE
SAYS ABOUT THE RANGE SHE IS USING. BUT WE WILL
LET HER TELL YOU WHAT SHE THINKS ABOUT THE
ONE SHE WAS LOOKING AT HERE.
L
awrence
Hardware Co. Ltd
Large Number of Local Orangemen Attend Divine Service-
Sermon by Rev. W. C. Calder
TIim anniversary ul the "Gun Powder Plot" was celebrated by about
lifty of the members of L.O.L. 1058,
mi Sunday evening by attending de-
vine service in the Methodist ehuroh
Uev. W. ('. Calder preached an elo -
i|iient sermon, a summary of which
is given below. After the service at
the church, the brethren adjourned to
their lodge room, where they were
joined by the Past Right Worshipful
Grand Master of B. 0., Bro.Thos.
Cunningham, who addressed the
brethren of the local lodge on the
principles of Orangeism and good ci ti
zmship. A hearty vote of thauks
moved by Bro. Cunningham and endorsed by all the members of th?
lodge was tendered to Bro. Calder,
for his able and eloquent sermon of
the evening. A vote of thanks was
aiso passed to tbe choir of th,"
church and to the pastor, Rev. Bro.
Mclntyre.
fourth Annual Ball
At last meeting of Fire Brigade
No. 1, it was deckled to hold their
fourth annul ball on Wednesday, Dec.
llth next. No eflort will be spared by
No. 1 Brigade to assure thc public
a most enjoyable time. The floor
will bc put in first class shape, tho
decorations, for which No. 1 have
heen renountd will be esiwciafly unique. Valuable prizes will be offered
for the best lady's, gent's and comic
costumes. The music will be the best.
obtainable. It is also expected that
Mr. R, Gordon will act as master of
ceremonies for the occasion al. the
request of Nu.  l Brigade.
The hoys of No. 2 brigade will be
the guests ol the evening, lu fact the
hoys will leave nothing undone to
make their fourth annual ball a great
cr success than any hitherto given
and it is to be hoped that the publio
of Revelstoke will appreciate the
efforts of the brigade and turn out
en masse and help to make the affair
one long to be remembered here.
GiQD R ADS CDNVENTfON
Hold a Most Important Convention at New Westminster
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otfloa—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
Branches »r Agents at all principal points in Canada,
Agents in Great Britain and United .States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Rank, Corn Exchange National Bank, Seattle—8-iattle National Bank, San Francisco—Welle Fargo Nevada National Bank, bpokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Don^rtment
Deposits of tl and upward, receive >  m -i  interest allowed at
O   current rate from date of deposit,   Correspondence solicited.
I     Revelstoke Branch—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
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JUST  ARRIVED:
Bear Skin Coats for Children
(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. Counier carries off tWO first prizes
with ROBIN HOOD FLOUR. The special prize
we offered and also for the hest Innl* from any
(lour.    If you want good bread use Robin Hood
the flour of quality.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box  208
QROOER ik BAKER
Phono No. 23
Mr. Calder took [or his text, He- '
brews II, I. "Therefore we ought to
give thc more earnest heed to th*3
things whieh we have heard lest at
anytime we should let them slip."
The marginal reading gives us a better rendering ol the original "run
out as leaking vessels," lest at any
time we should let them run or leak
away trom our minds. This beautiful letter to the Hebrews was writ -
ten to confirm or strengthen the
Jewish Christians in their new faith.
The pressure was strong upon them
to recant and return to the old belief. The things they had heard were
the truths of the Gospel of our Saviour, the true meaning of his life ami
death. The Christian faith spread
rapidly throughout the eastern world
and Europe. It was a light giving
light and freedom to the world. Then
came gradually those ages of darkness when the western church lost
her first love, und spiritual darkness
settled down upon Europe. In the
fifteenth century mme the "Renaissance" when men studied the Greek
language and the riches of Grecian
liierature was given to the world.
The spiritual darkness was dispelled
and civil and spiritual freedom had
their birth. God raised up such men
as Luther and Calvin, Wycliffe nnd
Knox.
The story of suffering and bloodshed, of defeat and victory, has come
down to us and we are urged to not
let these things slip or leak away.
Vie -ometimes hear the advice given
—why remember these things, why revive them, for it only means strife
and bitterness. Do we full to raise
monuments to Nelson and remcmlier
Trafalgar because it is offensive to
the French. Do we fail to raise monuments to Wolfe because it is likely
to be offensive to our French Canadian citizens. Then why should wo
fail to recall on such an anniversary
as the Qunpower l'lot the memories
Ol these great and stirring events
which lay at the basis of our freedom. The story of tlie long struggle
in Scotland, the heroic sufferings nnd
victory of the English people everts
a strong and never failing influence
upon the lives of men and women
throughout our land todny, enabling
them to face with courage and hope
their trials and difficulties. Hume,
in his story ,■.' England, haa thin
reference  to tho gun  powder  plot:  —
"We are now about to relate an
event, one of the most memorable
that history has conveyed to posterity, and containing at once a singular proof both of the strength and
weakness ot the human mind, its
widest  departure trom  morals     and
(Continued on P*ga Two.)
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for
Beavers Being Killed
Already reports are reaching
offices of the chief game warden
Dritish Columbia of numerous beavers being killed nnd trapped throughout the province, as a result of tbe
coming in of the long-deferred open
seaBon, during which the lieavers have
increasi-d In numbers phenomenally.
The season ig to remain open until
April. It is stated that aB soon as
the season ends, It is extremely prob
able that a dosed season for a fur-
thrr period will i>e declared—until
sume comprehensive scheme can lie de
vised lor the regulation ol trapping.
thyDurlng tbe open season It Is note-
HOrthy that non residents nre forbidden to trap ,.i kill the beaver
without h.ivinu tirst taken out licenses in thm behalf, at a cost ol 1100.
Howson'i   .iie ol carpet  iquarei in
>■ iiili'n   displa)   .ne  going  lust.—Hoe
: him Ucfoic they ure all gvne.
New Westminster, Nov. 7— The
Good Roads convention held in thiB
city on November 3 and 1 was the
most important step ever taken in
connection with Roads movement in
Canada. Before the convention adjourned thc Canadian Highway Asso
■ iation had been formed, its object
lieing to secure the building of a
Hrst-class road from Halifav, N.S.,
io Alberni, B.C., and also to assist
n the extension of the Pacific Highway, which now runs from Tia Juana
Mexico to Vancouver, B.C., the plun
lieing to eventually make Dawson the
northern terminus of this road.
Over a hundred delegates from all
parts of Canada and the American
Pacific coast were in attendance, including some of the most prominent
. dvonates of good roads on this continent.
Hon. Thos. Taylor, mii'ister of pub
lie works for British Columbia, in
the course of a speech replete with
.'acts and figures bearing >n rond improvement and extension, made tlie
.mportnnt announcement that Federal assistance towards the construction of main roads in British Columbia was assured. On behalf of the
provincial government he promised a
vigorous pursuance of the Better
i:...i.ls policy with which his name
had been associated.
The following were elected officers
of the Canadian Highway Association—Hon. President. Hon. Thos.
Taylor; President, W.J. Kerr, Westminster; Vice-presidents tor the B.C.
Coast district, A.J. MrCandless, Van
touver hoard of trade; T.S. Baxter,
Vnncouver Auto club; A. E. White,
Westminster hoard of trade; T. J.
Armstrong, Westminster Auto club;
Reeve T. Bowser. Point Grey; L. E.
Marmont, Coi|iiitlnm; A. E. Todd,
Victoria Auto club; Reeve Nicholson,
Suanlch; Dr. Elliott Rowe, Vancouver. Vice piesidents will be appointed
by all public bodies which affiliate
with the Canadian Highway Association. Treasurer, T.S. Baxter, Vancouver, Secretary, P. W. Iaice New
Westminster,
Membership dues were lixed at i'2
per annum, provision being made In
ihe bylaws for a rnte of one dollar
per member for automobile clubs,
boards of trade and like bodies, no
association hem.; called upon to |»ay
more than $.11111 in dues In uny one
yeur.
Resolutions calling for support towards the building of a Canadian
Highway   Were  forwarded  to  Hallfnx,
N'.s.,  Alberni, B.O,, Haielton, B.C..
and Dawson, Yukon Territory. Other
1.'solutions falling for Federal assist
aiice were sent to Ottawa, while sim
ilnr resolutions praying for provincial assistance were telegraphed to
Victoria. A request that thc provincial government set a standard of
road building in British CnlumWn,
and that no grants be paid for work
falling below this standard, met with
unanimous support. Another Import
nnt resolution was to the effect tbat
the provincial government should employ road building experts and en-
I'ineers, these lo lie at tho disposal
ol municipalities nml districts having
no resident engineers. A course of
lectures on Good Roads Is suggested
in another resolution.
Mrs. A. D, Todd of Victoria, was
electa! honorary member of the Canadian Highway Assoriotlon. Much
ni ihe credit for the success of the
formation ol the Ontmdlan Highway
Association is due to A. K. Todd, of
Victoria, and W. J. Kerr, of New
Wesmlnstei, who was rewarded for
his energetic work bv being given the
tirst presidency of this ambitious organization.
PREMIER MCBRIDE
IS MW IT OTTAWA
Laying British Columbia's Case
Before Hon. R. L Borden and
is Confident of the Outcome
Ottawa, Nov. 7—Hon. Richard McBride, Premier of British Columbia,
with two members of his cabinet, Attorney Gi nrrul Bowser and Lands
Commissioner William B, Ross, hud
their first conference this morning
with Premier R.L. Borden. The interview, which lasted H couple of
hours, will ba succeeded by a number of others, not only personally
with Canada's new Premier, but with
individual ministers. Premier McBride will go to Montreal on Thurs -
day to keep an engagement with Sir
Thomas Shaughnessy, to talk over
various matters of interest in the Pa
citic province. i
What  British Columbia asks 'is:
1—Better terms; larger subsidy
from the Dominion Government. !
2—Better regulation of Asiatic immigration.
3—Administration by province of
lands in Railway Belt nnd Peace River  district.
4—Clear title to Provincial University site at Point Grey.
5—Definition ot province's reversion
ary rights in Indian  reserves.
6—Efficient fishery protection cruisers.
7—More  harbor and
ments.
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HEATING STOVES'
We have a large stock of Belle
Oak, Sunbeam Oak, Hot Blast
Airtight ami oilier heaters,
with specially heavy grates
ami linings, at prices to suit
all. Uur shipment of Kootenay ami Sask-Alta Ranges is
also due and we will be able to
Jill all orders.
Hay, Flour and Feed
Just unloaded a car ot Ko\a!
Household Flour, one of Oats.
Wheat and Mill Feed and one
of Timothy Hay. .
Choice Groceries
Fruits and Vegetables
BOURNE  BROS.
fe
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
a
river  tmprove-
KRHT-0LAB8 TKAMHT1CR, strict.
tc tcfalei, wishes work. Apply "U"
Mail Herald Office. 21.
THE FRUIT INSPECTOR
Mr. Cuningham Here on a Tour
of Inspection
Mr.  Thomas  Cunningham,  chief  inspector of fruit for the province     of
British Columbia,  was in tbe city on
Monday  and      Tuesday  looking  over
and  inspecting      fruit     importations
(rom  the  east.   Mr.   Cunningham   reports them free from fruit pests. Dur
ng his visit he also arranged for the
appointment of an inspector for Revelstoke     and      district,  Mr.  Jas.  A.
.Mr.Mart.n  receiving  the  appointment.
Mr. Cunningham     has been on a five
weeks'  trip of inspection through the
Kootenay and Boundary and has appointed  inspectors at every  port    of
entry  whose  duty it will be to carefully  examine  all  fruit  that     i-omes
into British Columbia.   To Mr.  Cunningham    and  his  thirty-two inspectors under his direction is due     tbe
credit that  British Columbia is practically  free trom all  fruit  pests that
are  the  bane of eastern  Canada  and
the United  States.   As an example of
I he rare he has given to the protec -
tion of B. C,  is shown   in his fight
against the codling     moth at    Kamloops.   A  few years ago same friends
of the C.P.R.  officials at Kamloops,
sent them a Christmas  present of 25
barrels  of Ontario apples.   Owing  to
this  being   a   private   uffair   the   fact
of their arrival  was not reported to
the  government  and   the  said  apples
were  not   itis|)ccted     by  the    government.   During  the   winter  the.  empty
apple barrels were thrown out     and
used    for     other      purposes.   In the
spring the  larvae     from  the  codling
moth was  hatched  out and the most
destructive     Iruit  pest  known   found
the district just right to prollflgat-e.
In consequence the whole    Kamloops
district  was  seriously  Infected.
As ki it ni as the fact was known    to
the government  Mr. Cunningham was
Instructed  to proceed at once to destroy   bbe  liest.   I<ast  year,  the  gov-
rnment  nil  the advice of  Mr.     Oun-
mii 'ii.iin.  purchased the entire apple
crop of Ihe Kamloops district, and
placed Iwo gangs of men lo I'lrk
the apples, which were then taken to
the sawmill and I'titltely cremated.
Thus  after years of     hard  work   and
an    expenditure of $10,000 Mr. Oun-
nlngham, on behalf of the government, has tUCOeeded In destroying
this pest, and reports that now the
Kamloops district Is entirely tree
from the codling moth pest.
Anything in the Grocery Line
Fresh lot of Christie's Biscuits such as Arrow Roots,
Cocoanut Bar, Sandwiches, Ginger Cakes, all at lowest prices. New Dried Fruits beginning to come in—
Peaches, Apricots, Raisins and Currants are now in,
JOHN McINTYRK & SON       PllONK 93
Shippers and Packers for the Hills
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Distributors for Swift's Products
Good cooks insist upon getting Swift's
Silver Leaf Pure Lard — the purest and
best; packed in three, five and twenty
pound Pails. Accept no substitute. For
Sale by all First-Clas Grocers, or
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
High Class Meat Purveyors
Phono 251 P. O. Box 181
B. C. Electric Railway Wreck
New Wectminster, Nov. II—The In-
queit Into the death of Kred IVinper,
who was killed In the accident on
the Uritish Columhll BlectrlO Hallway last Saturday,      was OoOUBMMd
before Coroner Capt, rittendrigh thiH
morning at  the Murobie undertaking
parlors. After the jury had viewed
tin1 remains thc inquiry was adjourned to secure full evidence concerning
the fatality. A.J. Merrcr, the motor
man, who was Injured, In in the Hoy
al Columbia hospital and is reported
to be doing will. The other two men
who were Injured are at Hint homi *
und ure uot seriously lm,i i,(
Cheerful Glothes
Our Clothes are made to fit
the personality of the wearer.
Special styles are designed for
men in all walks of life. You
can always rely upon the sewing, the lining, the fit, the tailoring. Just now we are showing some striking effects in fine
tweeds and worsteds.
SNAPPY   STYLES
FINE IQUALITY
McRae
Mercantile Co., Ltd.
Diamond Hall, Ltd.
Having talen over this business, 1 am putting in a
new stock of every description in our line which I invite th""public locome ind inspect.
Having had 16 vears practical experience in the
.lewelry business, am in a |K»ition to give the public
full value for their money.
All goods and work fully guaranteed as represented. Gall and inspect our stock before purchasing.
It will bc to your interest to do so*
V, C, diswk jkwkuw am> Opticus WEDNESDAY,  NOV.   Rth, 1311
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THE MAIL-HEBALD,  EEVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   NOV.  Sth,   1911
(T
Fuel for Winter
1
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.
-.^
Che HDatUlbevalb
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WEDNESDAY,
That Canada's military affaire are
*.,*,v in the hands ol a man who
knows .i*- much about army matters
aa inybi Ij on the American continent Is .; pai -nt to anyone who met
•*.- Hi n. Sam Hughes, tli *
,-, ,*,   . if  Militia and  Defence,
\  sterd .*.   ip *'. his short v.sit t" this
, •;, oute to     Victoria, Bays the
Sews-Advertiser.
rp. n    be     recommendation ■*.    the
p, ... .. m . Isl r   >l    agi icullhim,
H  :    Pi ■ ••*■  EU.-'*n*  the  appointment
* : upon by the execu -
royal lom'mlaehm under the
i .     .      t Act ti      I •■ roughly
■ lltli ns   in  the  various
ng to I :*'-s  l'f
: ! British Columbia,  with
■    -  -   levising of meaepiee to
:.  generally
at assurance     ot   a
. ',, the consumers
■■  ■■ [| underrtood
t tl " ■ i*h  will     lie
I forthwith
■ ntei      ;   ■' m      '   nl        ' ee,   will
t. . i :•■   l'i    I   J    i retal y  .,;
ih-  proi alth      I'r.
Km." •
■   Mr
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guy FAWKES' m
I Continued trou.1 p*«* ""'
■   -•   .   ,    iti iehn   ■     ■ *  r-.
It is tbe.       '. in]    «I
* li   iw   ipm
ll wliu
H    m , • min :  that  the men
i.  ■ ')   w«re i."'
i, 'm.   mei  ■•'■ the
try '     incultured
,*,,t<-. .  irere ol tbe noWi
ty, and       ■       ■    ' *** a  brave
.,1      Sr.l
,.,.  : *•!..,( Queen KHeabeth
..,„,,■*.   to  the  English  throne    Owim
i,, tali    '.nil**':!.*   »I1 *"' '
i, , ;;,,„*, ■ : ivorablf ntt.it m|. t<
.,.,, I, tbe I'.* man church th* Roma
i*nti,, ipeel m ,*.•   it Hi ■
Penal taws Tut) were greatlj ans
ered ul. -r. Janes Instead ol making
tbeee taws lighter enlorced them more
•*ir,n.'.*i.tiT Oatesbjf meditating Ml'
OS   th.- hard   ii|i'.iii"'.'ii"M      1  hm  <"
i.-;,,* ty&mtM, .Tf..*iv-d the Ides
deetroyln* Kiag, parlf*men1 and I n
nobility i»r '''"""'' "» •*« '""'1,;'
nent bulldtagi wfew t-tie kmn and
-rnn-t were pretent at ttie vix-mng ol
,,„rl „,**,,. He ma* known » *-
,,!„„ to Piercy and they to Winter,
. nterml enthw»la*Uely irltfc <*»
(Vlntei   went om   '" fne ''"*
tinent and enlisted  11 uy  fawkes
English  gentleman—a soldier in    the'
Spanish   army.    Their   members   were'
added  to,  some  forty  lieing  involved1
in      the  plot.        They hired  ,,  house
along side the  House  of Parliament,
and commenced to cut through   the
wall     sonic    fifteen feet, in thickness. !
Here they      worked day and    night, I
Guy Kawkes being on constant guard
Towards the end of their labors they
heard voices on the other side of the
wall  and  made  enquiries as to     the
cause.   They      were delighted  to  Hnd
that a     vault    under the     house of
Lords  was   occupied  by  coal   merchants and this vault was about  to be
let.   Nothing   could  suit  their    purpose better,  and  Piercy rented     the
vault.   In this they stowed thirty-six
ke 's of gunpowder.   This was in the
early   part   of   1005.   Parliament  fail-
.1  to  meet  at  the time expected an.l
w:is deferred to the 5th of November
Everything was in  readiness, conspir-
at irs  being in  high hopes of success.
T! i folly and heinesous of thoir -deed
nsver  seemed   to  have  aflccted  them.
Ui-  lines tion  alone disturbed      them.
A   numlier of Roman Catholics   would
■ Involved in the common destruc-
t mi, owing to their being pivsent at
th: owning of parliament. Their an
\ ties were quieted by the Jesuit
Priest Jarnet, whose advice they
sought, lie told them that the innocent     must suller with the guilty,
in 1 so they were left to their fate.
A short time before the parliament
wns to assemble g letter was sent to
Lord Monteaglc warning him to ab-
ii t liimsell on the day parliament
•net. At first he looked upon the
Utter as one of nu importance, but
aftarwarda showed it to Salisbury
Pe:. ol state. He likewise was (lis
nosed to treat the matter lightly but
the King returning at this time to
Li ndon, Salisbury laid it before the
K ii-'. dames took „ serious view ol
tin letter. A search was institut-ed
ui Jer tlie House ol Lords, and th'
gunpowder discovered In a cornei
entered l>y faggots and Guy Kawkes
al huul. Upon h.in were found mat
■ li s      and   tinder.      Upon   Ins   .hi isl
■ expresse I hie regrets that he bad
nol had time to put the match to
i. .■  powder     and  so destroy   himself
■i : captors. The Jesuit Jarnet. Cluy
Fawkes,   Winter   and   other     were  ei*
* *e.|. Cutesby and Pisrcy wet e
i I in Warwickshire, where .... n in
*    the Catholic gentrj h id assembled
'.    U'llis."
The things to note In thi
11 the   band    ot     ''•■ '.
v.'hile the    glory in King w
lh ■ l'.oyi.**
i   victory of     Pi   I
,, n Onthi : * cause King
1 .rn     was    the    Instrument   in  the
,,.!*. ol God  m thi   victory   ii    the
oyne,    win ti  brought  '■
, -nod   ..;'     suffering
1  and  opened th- gli ri .ua
i il and  teliL'i"      reed
nember tins .* ■
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■ ..aug   t.. save  the   »tl  n  I * m
twful  per.l*   Tl"' Oyang)
:,  n does not oppose bbe K"tnai, I a
*  ehuti-h because '.
,:,: ..*     iCCept    'cr   >'* i'-ll.lK"     9be
truth   in   her   lyitem
,   sred  up.   Hidden   mid
*    dse doctrine  Hei
.pl.   i ■    ti pt in bbe ■!■" '■■-
t nannoin    prlenthood    ttt
aelaln dot ti tie
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,   .iri   *.'..•       *   ■*   to do hei
linn     '•      ■■iif'.n**      her   docti lne«
in l Ioi   light   ind Hbei
Poi   the  independent f  the  In
Por the i Ircutatlng ot   pal
tism.   Koi   completi    independence
i  ij,,* pi  itlo ..     in u h i.    ind partj
i,   .Iiim  one
the  lioin
Stop It I
I f you are the man that has
been buying his shoes and
furnishings on time; stop it;
you are wasting money.
Remember, it is not what
you earn, it is what you save
that counts. That's why so
many men (men who know)
are now buying their shoes,
clothing and furnishings
from JOHN HULL. Hardly
anybody would believe that
such high class goods could
be sold for so little money.
But then the reason is simple; he sells for cash, that's
why HE SELLS SO REASONABLE. Of course if you have
bought goods here before
you don't need to be to'.d
that our qualities are worth
noticing. We are showing
an excellent range of Stanfield's Underwear just the
kind for this weather and
our shoe department is full
of such well known lines as
J. & T. Bell's, Doctors
Special, and Dr. Reed's
Cushion Shoe—the easiest
shoe on eerth, and McPher-
son's fine shoes for men who
know.
Provincial Elections Act
Kevelstoke tlectoral District
Take notice that I have received
objections in writing to tho retention
of the following names ou the Register of Voters for the Kevelatoke Electoral District on the grounds stated below.
Aud take notice thut at a Court
of Revision to be held on the t>tli
day of November, l'Jll, at Court
House Revelstoke at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, I shall hear and determine the said objections, and unless such named persons or some
other Provincial voter on their behalf satislies me that such objections
are not well founded, 1 shall strike
such names oil said Register.
Dated this llth day of October, 1911
B.  EDWARDS,
Registrar of Voters.
The following persons are reported
absent from  the District:
hopes and ideals of earlier years fade
away with the maturer life. Circumstances, trials and difficulties and
wealth enter In as n le.ak and so we
lat things we have heard slip. It is
Ioi us to keep the tires ever burning,
an.l Uuu the llame anew. Marriage
plays a large part in lending away
inin living principles. Many an or
an-.email lias been overcome by marriage* Where we are living in mixed
communities there is ever the danger
of mixed marriages. Young people Ire-
eome attached. Bound in mutual af-
fectlon principles are easily lost sight
of. Tbe Ne Temere decree is doing
Its work. The struggle is one for a
common marriage law in this cutiti-
try. Matters will never be settled
nut il they are settled right. And
right will ultimately prevail. Anoth
er Influence is the materialism ol
our day. The worship of the dollar
The social life is largely destructive
ol the highest aims. 1 listened to
Dr. Sh.ar,r a few days ago. Thc
thought was ever turning up iu my
inm.I as I listened to him speak of
the gambling vice, the race track and
the White Slave tralltc. It is not
here where the trouble is—we know
where the gambler, the racetracker,
lhe Whue Slaie is. Thc trouble is ill
the churches. The police are hid leu
to look alter the itterant gambler,
hut I" pass by the permanent ganili
1.'.-. The gambling In the houses
where prizes are given as the stakes,
and tiie Incident parade 1 In the local
press, Our church goets, known to
the while slave, and the laces of our
church members familiar to tbe man
who sl in is i.*li n I the saloon bar. 1
thought of our *    *   wh ire the
■   :  an ; others  iver *  perm it* -i  to
make   i     line exhibii   and  tli *  »hole
,,    glorifli at.or.   of   the    race
tru*k  with  all  the vulgai   accom
mi nti i"'n  parading ot the
the  «o called resti
listrict    ii   w'-   *-"    dem
• linfaul in-
•ti.    I
bave   a , • ■; me     voice
ras not
M *n;.
.it  wi t. There
have
m slip*
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■   • I', in. i i.it.ve  governmenl  In 18%  ly,,li. , u. ttWBJ satisfied
,. .,.r the Manitoba school  question   '
tinned out ib' Liiiini'i     government,'
„! ,,,,*  nn- sane ca«w    One  part kih.it m.*\.   '    TKAMSTRfl     strut
,,| our text nhould Dot lit uvo|rtook«*l|    te-totaler,   '*>■"■ work,   M'l'ly "<■■"
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Name Hace.
Abey,  Frank Thus,  Camborne,
Acaert,    Herbert A,,   Comaplix.
Alnury,  Arthur ti.,  Arrowhead.
Allen,  Alf.  Harris,  HcvciStO-«e.
Amey,  MelvUle  K.,  Wigwam.
Andrews, hid ward,  wigwam.
Answon,  James,  Comaplix.
Auguston, I'eter J.,  Kevelstoke.
Uackstrom,   b'red.,   ItsvelstoKe
Uailie,  Hugh,  Comaplix.
liaiiie,  Hugh,  Comaplix.
Balloch, D.W., Comaplix.
Uarnes,   Honei t   ll.,   Arrowhead.
Uarr,   Wylie  !>.,   r.ngstou i^veta
Datista,   \iitoui,   Revelstoke.
Hayes,  Melville,   Arrowhead,
belt, Geo. ti'. RevelBtoke.
lioarduiaii,   Jas.   111.,   Comaplix.
Rodwell, 1.  N.,  Revelstoke.
Hoggs, Arthur W., 2 Arrowhead
Hoggs,   Hurry,   Arrowhead.
Uonser, Tiio.s.  All'.,  Revelstoke.
bradshaw;  William,   Wigwaml
Bregolisse,  T.,   RevolstoKe.
Brown, Frederick,  Comaplix.
Buckley,   John,   Revelsioae.
Bullock, Bluu.  K.,  Arrowhead.
Bunion,   Fred.   W.,   Arrowhead.
Callahan, Alfred,  Wigwam.
Caprehitie,   Ll,   Revelstoke.
Carlson,   Anton,   Hevelstoke.
Cashato,  liiaciiito,    Revelstoke.
Clark,  Jas.  Chas.,   Lllucier.
Clark,   Wm.   1'.,  Glacier.
Cole,  I'eter,  Arrowhead.
Cook,   Maurice   J.,   Arrowhead.
Cooper,  Hubert,  St.  Leon.
Cuuiti,  David,   Arrowhead.
Cioss,   Jas.   Wm.,   Revelstoke.
Defelice,  Carmine,   Kevelstoke.
HiLullo,   Angelo,   Hevelstoke.
Dunbar,  David   J.,  Beaton.
Dunne,   I'atrick,   Comaplix.
Edwards, Albert, Comaplix,
K.lsdou, Clement,    Arrowhead.
Klsduu,   Leonard,   Arrowhead.
Ennis,   William  T.,   Comaplix.
Ennis, Ueorge,  St. Leon
Erskine, Charles, Arrowhead,
Espluii   Jus.   II.,  Ueaton.
Farr, Peter M.,  Arrowhead.
Fenwick,  Chas.  H.,  Comaplix.
Ferguson,   Duncan,    Revelstoke.
Duncan,   Hevelstoue.
Fiup i ;.....  i'ui.  i.., Reveletoke
I'eter,   Camborne.
*.:.   .).,  Arrowhead.
Falsetta    Gemard,   Kevelstoke.
Charles,  Arrowhead,
J ,mi.   iVigwam.
Fi isei   Frank, Wigwam.
tei    Arrowhe id
U.,  Arrowhead.
Ham,  Wigwam.
I ,::.       Hevelstoke.
Itevelstoke.
lohn   i omaplix.
i-i,  Arrowhead.
I.a, ID i   Hay.
pta    H    Wigwam
,. ral i  w*., Arrowhead
*.,   Anthony,   Comaplix.
R ,   Arrowhead.
;   .--     I'.,   el   '"ke.
.i i ,,,*, '.    Revelftokt,
-.,muni,   'imn*   •
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t., Rl
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iplll
■ o.am h.i   mai   •
ii impstofl   *>■   -1 *  I'- »et«toke
James, '
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Jqrdon, Orovai   '
Keaj     Howard    Re
*. * Villi
I* I * II*    M.IIM*
lh" I.    .      I "*        *'M'
Knuiip, Ceo.  ii , Flevelitoke,
(Conner, John, Galena Ha/.
i.      tune, Mim. Revelstoke.
I.nil,ime,   '■ il ' 01 .   BeatOT
Lnngrell,  Lindsay, Arrowhead.
Lnngiidgc.   K.  C,   Arrowhcii I
Liilka,   *lo;|e|ili    Aniiwhead.
LlIU   I'll.    CIi.iiIih.    (tolllluil'lii
Ijouke, ii   r , Revelstoke,
UcrolX, Frank,  Airuwbcud.
SoS -Lepard,  Herbert,  Camborne.
f,07 LeveBijue, E., Goldlields.
878 Liver,   Wm.   J.,  Arrowhead,
oil Livingstone,   K.,   Arrowhead.
tiHl Loftus,   I'eter,   Comaplix.
^8'J Logan,   Ohipman,   Revelstoke.
S'J'J Lortie,  Joseph,  Arrowhead.
'ilu Lux, Ueorge. Goldflelds.
'.112 Lux, Thos. T., Beaton.
'J2i Macdonald,   M.,  Arrowhead.
Ii29 Macfetridge,   Thos.,   Arrowhead
HdO MacUregor,  K.,  Camborne.
058 Maloney, W. P., Revelstoke.
Dili Marsaw,  Fred,  Comaplix.
u/1 Marsaw,  Joe, Comaplix.
074 Martin,   Andrew,   Wigwam.
075 Martin, Henry, Galena Bay.
017 Masson,  John  S.,  Revelstoke.
0,8 Kellett, Harry, Goldflelds.
08S Melvin,  M.  G,,  Arrowhead.
1024 Morgan,  E.  G.,  Camborne.
1028* Mortsen,  W. E.,  Wigwam.
10ii2 Morris Geo. B.,  Arrowhead.
10J3 Morrison, John, Revelstoke.
HUG Mullen,   Wm.   E.E.,  Arrowhead
10o7 Murray,  Elias   J.,   Arrowhead.
1058 Murray,  Robert,  Arrowhead.
1004 McBride,   Robert,   Arrowhead.
10,0 McCartney,  J.H.,   Fostall creek
.1)84 McCrimmon,  H.,  Galena Bay.
llll McEachern,   A.D.,   Arrowhead.
Hill McFarlaud,  Ueorge,  Comaplix.
lt.,0 Mclnnis,  John,  Comuplix.
iln     Mclsarucher,   F.,   Copiaplix.
Iln2 McKennun, P,  G.,  Comaplix.
11,0 McLennan,  Gordon,   Oamborne,
lla2 McLennan,  A.   L.,  Revelstoke.
Il'.i8 McMorris,  Arthur,  Ualena Bay
1205 McPhail,  Angus,  Revelstoke.
I2t>l Mcl'hec, Daniel,  Galena Bay.
1^.2 Naecreate,   Philip,   Revelstoke.
:_.! Nastasem, J, RevelBtoke.
12,-1 Nicholson,  Thos.  B.,  Comaplix
l2ol Olson,  Charlie,  Wigwam.
12i*5 O'Neill, C. H., Camborne.
1201 Pearson, Thos.  JI,  Beaton.
1205 Peers,  Johu A.,  Camborne.
12SU Pcrrett, A. F.,  Beaton.
l.liJ Pipes,  Eswurd P., Comaplix.
1.120 Porter, Carl, St.  Leon.
15*,.i Proulx, Ovila,  Hevelstoke.
134J I'urgutu,   Antunio,   Revelstuke.
loiiii Ragnelli, Marine, Hcvclsloke,
13i0 Heighley,   James,   Kevelstoke.
io-l Hiley,  U.,  GoldHelds.
1400 Robinson,  E.W.P.,   Revelstoke.
110,1 Robinson,  Alex.   Wigwam.
I4uf Rogers,  Robert,  Camborne.
140i Rogers,  John,  Arrowhead.
HU Ross, Vi. Vi., Camborne.
1423 Roy,  Arthur, GoldHelds.
1425 Russell, Walter,  Camborne.
1431 Ryan,  Walter,  Beaton.
14 i.i Salter,  E.  Wm.,  Arrowhead.
1117 Schwartz,   A.,   Hevelstoke.
11,0 Scott,  John,  Comaplix.
1453 Sellers,  Johu, Comaplix,
1407 Sherwood, G.   11.,  Arrowhead.
Iii,8 Shields,  Geo.  D.,  Beatou
14611 Sinclair,  Donald,  Comaplix.
I4i8 Singer,  Geo.   R.,   Revelstoke.
Hot, Skilling,   John,   Arrowhead.
1530 Specht,   Jacob,   Revelstoke.
.437 Specht, H.  J.,  Revelstoke.
1638 Spring,  Ed.  A.,  Revelstoke.
1514 Smith,  Harry,   Comaplix.
1670 Switzer,  B.  D.,   Arrowhead.
157'J Tampayna,  Felice,   Revelstoke.
1001 Tennaut, Walter,  Arrowhead.
1507 Thibuult,   Jus.,   Pingston  Creek
150S Thomas,  Alt.   G.,   Arrowhead.
1011 Thompson,   T.U.,   Arrowhead.
1012 Thompson,   Bert,   Arrowhead.
1013 Thome,  David   J.,   Camborne.
ion Thome, Edward J. Camborne.
1015 Tinklier,   John,  Arrowhead.
1619 Touringney,  Hector,  Beaton.
Iiiitl Turner, Harry,  Arrowhead.
1030 Tye,   Henry   J.,   Arrowhead.
1018 Wiuccnt,   A.,   Arrowhead.
1010 Wiscentin,  G.,   Revelstoke.
1001 Walter,   Walter  1).,  Comaplix.
lt,03 Ward,  Joseph, Galena Bay.
li i.5 Ward,  Wylie R.,   Revelstoke.
... Ware, Charles,  Arrowhead.
1071 Watson,  H.J.,  Revelstoke.
1072 Watson,  Jos.  P., Revelstoke.
16S7 West,  Oliver   J.,   Revelstoke.
1700 Wilke,  Huluis,  Galena  Bay.
171.5 Williamson,   J.   Vi..   Arrowhead.
1717 Winters.  Win.  ('.,  Beaton.
1722   Withrow, Fnd M., Goldflelds,
1721   Witter,   Andrew  B.,  Beaton.
1720   Wood,  Edward,  Comaplix.
1727   Woods,   Edgar,  Guldllelds.
1749    /.aezkowskii   Paul,   Galena   Bay.
I7",l    /.inch.  Wiiiton,   Arrowhead.
The   (ollowing   ii.inn's   arc   reported
I iplloated  on the list:
1261    iiim.  John,  Hevelstoke.
The   following   persons  are   reported
led
i   .   Loins.   Camborne.
Ml.   Win ,   Hevelstoke.
sdley,  I'iiigHton  Cie.'k
UII     Mclntyre,   Dan ,   Hevelstoke.
,270   Ovington   I bae   M ,  mg BWdy.
»aM,   William   A.,   Comaplix.
1710   Wiikms, iniinan, Reveletoke,
i.    ,i*     \i.k   DNDBR
MORTOAGB,
berth]   given  thai   indsi
,,,'   to   Hie   powers   of     sab'
I   in „ certain  Mortgagi    iml
..   March,   1902,  made by char-
,*.  x 'i »!"•• ■ to i.■•■->■ Law and by ber
tk Patrick Hm uh by Indsn
0th Mai *   i'11''* thore is
,,'. , i foi   ...ii  i,   tendei  Lol IH7 in
One,  Kootenay District, save
' * , ,       : :,, i .ol   . . ,|,i|,i iH
*  ||       .1   Title   So*   I IO.'m.A,
Mhtain.Ug
i ti ing situate
i, ii   i ■ , ,■  Lake City In the i>  ti li'
-•    *   '  ,.,',  .
, the undei
■m'iim.i    * Hi (toi    i"i   tbe  Mortgai	
!• .ii Ich  I'.uiii'i, will be lei-eivi d nii t,,
and   ini-l i,lm,' II I  2.',tb  day  ot  Novem
l.'l .   I'lll.
TilllM     of     'n|e    easli.
Dated    bbis .tni daj, ul Novembei,
I HI     al   llavil.toke,   B.O
iini my. McOartei  and pinkham.
MoiintoiH for Patrick Burns,
Moiigagec.
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 iB
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 etherwise.
Don't swear when the lights go out.   Let us do that
for you.
A. G. DUCK,   -   General Manager
Store and Office, Old Howson Block
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
-J — OPEN NIGHT AND DAY*
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant - Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,        -        tTVlanager.
Player Pianos, Pianos and Organs
(lur reputation is well known fur square dialing.
We run give, you better  prices,   heller quality,   than  any
other bouse in the trade.
WHY ?   *-'h11 anil we will prove this statement up to the
hilt.
Revelstoke Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
J. Bingham, Prop.
coal:
COAL!
WELLINGTON COAL - $11
PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE      $16
Hratllll thai aie [nuiOUH for I heir siiperinr burning
nm I heating qualities. Thei need no recommendation to those who have tried them. Leave yonr
orders now before the snow routes and avoid the
ru*>h.
PHONE 60
S.G. ROBBINS,   - FIRST STREET
Fresh Groceries, Vegetables and Fruit
Order now your winter's supply
Best on the Market
D. GALLICANO, 2nd Street, Near Railroad Track
Do You Want Windows, Doors, and Finishing
It will pay you to K''t our Prices before pvrchaatug elsewhere.
WE CAN SAVE YOU  MONEY     We carry   a large  stork   ol
Windowe and Doora and can fill your orders promptly,    We will
be pleased to nivi you a delivered quotation oil anything you
require. We manufacture windows, doors, moulding*, storm
•nah, screens, cablnete oi all kinds, tables, turnings, store and
bar fixlures, church seats and pulpits, door and window frames,
finishing ol all kinds, etc. We are large dealers In sheet, fancy
and Plate glaat, shingles, loth, etc.    Write lor Prices.
S. C. SMITH LUMBER CO.. Vernon. B. C.
Buy Your Sash and Doors at Home
i mr goods cannnt be beaten outside for price or quality,   Now
i- the Utile to gel .vour Storm Sash nnd Hours. We have them
III all sizes. Prepare now before the Winter sets In. Uur
Hactorj is working lull lime and we make everything in
woodwork, Baeh end Doors, Mouldings, Staircase, Church,
Office, liar and Hotel Fixtures, Turning! of every description.
We also keep a large stork of 1'ancy and Plain Glass and
Builders'Supplies on band. Prompt delivery, good sirvice
and crurteoue treatment that's our motto, A irinl order is
soli, iti-,1 Irom you.
The Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
GEO. I).  SHAW,
Proprietor WEDNESDAY,  NOV.  Sth,  1011
THE: ^J^IL-IEIIEIR.ALIX   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   NOV.   ith,   1911
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
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its large number of branches, agents and correspondents, The
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
application,
FOREIGN   BUSINESS
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.
REVELSTC* E    BRANCH-F.  M. GIBSON. MGR
BILL MINER IS
(GAIN CAPTURED
Our Doctors Antiseptic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a long felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test
We carry a full line of the famous Penc-
tang Shoe pnek and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATEDJ855
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund    - -    $4 600,000
Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A QENERAL 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 for Sanitary work, Electric Lighting, Hot
Air. Water. Steam Heating and 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.	
Box 401
GET  WISE!
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
Notorious Train Robber Taken by
Police in Box Car-Companion
Resists Arrest and is Shot
Wayneshorouph, (leorgia, Nov. 6.—
Old "Bill Miner." the notorious train
robber and outlaw, who with a fellow convict named Tom Moore, escaped from a Georgian convict camp
some weeks ago, has been captured,
and Is once more in thc clutches of
the law.
Thearrest of this much-wanted outlaw took place toduy, when Miner
and two men were located in a box
car at the town of Rt. Clair. The
police have l>een on the trail of the
fugitives for some days, but it was
not until this afternoon that the officers were able to get in touch with
their quarry. The two men were located in a box car in tbe station yard
Tbey got wind that the officers were
close upon them, and although "Old
Dill" did,not niter any serious resistance, his pal, Moore, resisted arrest,
with the result thathe was shot and
killed  in the  fight that ensued.
Miner will be taken back to
penitentiary to serve out his
tence for having been one of
principals in a train robbery
holdup within the borders of
state.
timber  from natural  growth   amounts
to about three  per cent,  per annum.
COUPLING TH£ [AST LINK
the
sen-
(he
and
this
BEST POTATOES IN THE WORLD
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows bim, he will
tell you that Ihe whiskeys we are
helling are the best. Call and be
rni'vlooed. No household should
l*,* without a supply of our Harvey's Epcolnl Scotch Whlekoy; our
Trapln Liqueur Brandy, giiarantead
iill years old or BlnokLierry Brandy *
for Medicinal purposes Our stock
tlf choice Wines nnd Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold Iiy all
the leading hotel , or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON, B. C.
Have a very fine assortment of FRUIT TREES
Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale are grown in our own Nurseries
on thc Coldstream   Estate
ll. D. Curry, Geo. Matheson,
General Agent,
Vernon, B, C,
Local Agent,
Revelstoke, B. C
Grown in B.C., Won the S1i Iwell
Trophy and $1,000
Victoria, Nov. 6—By winning the
Stillwell trophy and $1,000 at the
Great Pan-American Exhibition at
New York today British Columbia
has earned the reputatian of growing
the best potatoes on the North American continent. The exhibit which
gained this reward consisted of 101
varieties drawn irom all sections of
the province, aggregating in weight
about one and a half tons.
The credit for the display rests entirely with the Department of Agri -
culture. The entire province was scour
cd to secure the finest specimens and
Mr. W.K. Scott, Deputy-Minister of
Agriculture, and those who assisted
him in thc task deserve the highest
praise for thc new honor which they
won for tbc province.
The exhibit  was in charge of     Mr.
Asahel Smith, the "Potato King" of
British  Columbia,   who brought with
him to New  York  as assistants     in
charge of     the  display Mr.    Stuart
Wade,     New Westminster's    publicity
agent,  and  Mr.   II.  McClure  Johnson
of Vernon. The potatoes were secured
from  the  Okanogan,  the  Kootenays. '
and the Fraser    Valley through    th.>
energies of the three gentlemen named  acting  under    instructions     from
tbe  Department  of  Agriculture, while
Mr.  S.H.  Lawrence covered the Ash -
croft and Salmon Arm districts. They
were packed in  the market     building '
nt. N'ew Weltminster in  boxes total -
ling    thirty      pounds each   and  each'
specimen was wrapped and packed in [
the same manner ns apples, so as to I
Insure their arriving at their destination  in  the best condition.
That the potato industry of the'
Province, which is admittedly carried on in a slipshod manner, should '
have been successful in winning the'
great Still well trophy is a wonderful
encomium on the productivity of
British Columbia's soil. Tbe provincial exhibit was in competition with
carefully selected displays from al'l
agricultural areas of the continent.
It is only a few months since the idea was first mooted that British
Columbia should compete, so that
there was nothing done in thc way
of preparation and the specimen*;
were selected just as they are grown
year in and year out In the province.
The value of the advertisement cannot lie over-estimated. Mr. W. B.
Scott, Deputy-Minister of Agriculture
stated this evening when asked to
express an opinion on thc result
which was communicated to him by
wire, said that he believed that lt
was one of the greatest advertisements which the piovincc hnd ever
MCUrsd. As far as he knew prnctic-
ally every state in tbc American Union was represented by an exhibit,
so thnt the outcome wn- an immense
triumph for the fertility of the soil
in this province.
Th.i exact text of the telegrnm re-
reived  by  Mr.  Rcott was as follows:
"British Columbia won Stillwill
trophy. Eugene Qrtlbb, Agriculturist
of Colorado,  judge."
Otthe Canadian Northern Transcontinental Railway
Vancouver, Nov. ll—Coupling one of
the last links in the transcontinental
line of the Canadian Northern railway is the work that will confront
the Tuohy Bros, company of railroad
contractors when they start upon
their work of constructing the hundred-mile stretch up North along the
Thompson river valley. The work entailing an expenditure of $5,000,000—
contract for which bas been awurded
to the Tuohy Bros. Co. of Portland
—will commence early next spring.
No time limit has as yet been announced for its completion.
Fifty miles above Kamloops tho
railway constructors will begin the
work that will bring closer together
the eastern and western ends of the
Canadian Northern and will give to
Canada another transcontinental artery of civilization and trade. Immigrants will lind new fields of ac-
t'vity and British Columbia will pro-
lit by this influx of now blood and
n3W energy.
Mr. Robert   E.   Tuohy,   representing
the     Portland     firm   of  contractors,
s'.gned     the neceBsary papers yesterday with  thc local representatives of
the  Canadian   Northern   Construction
ci-mpany, and expressed himself r.i'st
I eiilogistionlly  about    BritiBh  Colum -
I hia's  activity,   when seen  at the ho-
| t '1   Vancouver.      "There  is  pro'iably
j more  railroad   building  going  on    in
British Columbia right now than   in
any other part of tbe Dominion,    or
| the United  States,  for  that nutter''
j said   Mr. Tuohy.      "This pro''.ice is
being  opened   up  and  exploited  mere
vigorously  than  any  other  pn't     of
the country, not just became ii needs
opening up,  but because  :t pi onuses
the richest returns in BlgHt.  Tfceri! is
h irdly     anything    that    cannot    be
found      under    the  ground  or raised
a*' ove it In    British Columoia,     and
onening up     British Columbin irtnns
simply to throw open the doors     of
Canada's warehouse to the world.
"We shall begin active construction work on our new contract next
siring and expect to complete the
jrb as soon as possible. Thc plans
•.ill for W0 miles of road, beginning
about fifty iles above Kamloops up
north along the Thompson river val-
lev. When that is finished the transcontinental chain of the Canadian
Northern will practically be competed."
A comfortable two storey house for
sale on Fourth street.—H.N. Coursier
Furnished five-roomed house for
rent at once on Fourth street.—H.N.
Coursler.
It will pay you to look al Howson's cash prices in furniture, carpets and linoleums.
Will the party of young folk who
removed the rope from thc cart on
McKenzie avenue on the evening of
Hallow'ecti, kindly leave the same at
the office of H.N. Coursier, and all
will be forgiven.
Lookout for the date of the Ania-
tcurVaudcviUe show.
| DRUNKENNESS   CAN   BE   CURED.
I       . 	
OU Fallacy That DrunkcniirjM Cauuol
Be Cured Exploded.
Value of B. C. Timber
Among the opportunities for Invest
ment in tbe natural lesnurcce ol Brit
Ish Columbia there Is none more alluring than that of timber.
Thie province  contains about  182,-
 000 arris ,,f  forest and woodland.
Tii'sm lorestl now produce about $12-
0:1.000 annually and thc ever Increasing demand for lumber will in a
few years mnke the present figures
ffcm small. It is worthy of roiiBider
utioo    ihat the normal Increase    io
A Simple Treatment That Will
Make Hair Grow, Now
Sold  in Canada
Every up-to-date woman should
hive radiant hair.
There are thousands of women with
harsh, faded, characterless hair, wbo
do not try to  improve it.
In England and Paris women take
pride in having beautiful hair. Every
Canadian woman can have lustrous
and luxuriant hair by using SALVIA
the Great American  Sage Hair Tonic
livery reader of the Mail-Herald can
huve an attractive head of hair in a
few weeks by using SALVIA.
C. R. Macdonald sells a large bottle for 50c. and guarantees it to
banish Dandrufi, stop falling hair,
r.nd itching scalp in ten days, or
money back.
SALVIA is a beautiful, pleasant,
nc n sticky Hair Tonic.
Fire Alarm Boxes
Signals are given thus: 2 strjte*,
nturval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Box
4. No. of box will also be shown
n Indicator at Fire Hall.
FIRE BRIGADE NO.  TWO.
Box  No.  14—Corner    First    street
Jul    McKenzie   avenue, C. B. Hume
& Oo. '
Box No. 15—Corner First street
nd Rokeby avenue, post office.
Box  No.   16—Corner  Second  street
and  Government Road and       Opera
Icon,
Box No. 17—Corner Third struct
nl Campbell avonue, Ulobe Lum*
nr company.
Box No. 18—C.P.R. station.
Box No. 24—Corner Fifth atreet
nd McKenzie avenue, Catholic
hurch.
Box No. 25—Corner Sixth sueet
nd Orton avenuo, W. A. Foote.
Box No. 26—Corner Fourth stroet
nd Townley street, corner south
rack.
Box No.  28—Corner Socond    strejt
nd Robson avenue, Mrs. Baker.
Box No. 34-Fire Hall No. 2.
Box  No.  35—Hospital.
Box No.  36—School.
FIRE  BRIGADE NO.  IINIC.
Box No. 44—Fire Hall No. 1.
Box No. 45—Front street west,
ear C. P. R. bridge.
Box No. 46—Corner King und
louglas streets. Palace Meat Market.
Box No. 47—Corner Second and
Vales streets,  back  of court houso.
Boi No. 48—Corner Third and
"hiiB. streets, Cowan block.
Signal for practice—not less twin
lx  (6) slow strokes.
Cue (1) Indicates line broken or
re out.
Many men drink who desire to stop
the habit. Whisky, however, haa undermined the constitution and created
a craving that Is not to he denied,
and the man must have whisky or
something that will remove the craving and build up thc system and restore  the  nerves.
Samaria Prescription stops thc craving, steadies the nerves, builds up the
general health and makes drink actually distasteful and nauseous. lt Is
tasteless and odork'BS, and can be given with or without the patient's
knowledge, ln tea, cofltee or food, lt
Is used regule-rly by Physicians and
Hospitals. It has cured thousands In
Canada, and restored happiness to
hundreds of homes.
Read   what   Mrs.   G. .   of   Hull,
says of it and what lt did for her:
"It Is four months to-day since*' I
started to use your Remedy. I followed the directions, and had tMe best of
results. One week after I started us.
ing your Remedy the patient stopped
drinking, and has not drunk a glasn
nf liquor since. I hope you will accept
my heartfelt thanks. Hoping God will
bless your Remedy whenever tried. I
remain. a
Mrs. 0 , Hull,  Que.
(Name  withheld   by  request.)
Now, If there is anyone in your
town who needs this Remedy, tell
them of It Practical philanthropy
can take no better form. If you hnve
a husband, father, brother or friend
who drinks, help them help themselves.     Write  to-day.
A FREE TRIAL PACKAGE of Samaria, with Booklet giving full particulars, directions, testimonials,
price, etc.. will be sent In a plain sealed package to anyone mentioning this
paper. Correspondence sacredly confidential.   The trial package alone haa
confidential. Write to-day. The Samaria Remedy Co., Dept. 46-49, Col-
borne St., Toronto, Canada. Also
for Sale by C. R. Macdonald, Druggist,  Revelstoke, B.  C.
FURNITURE
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co.. Revelstoke, B. C.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenienct I
Large Sample li ,*.»,
Ratto $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
■X.    ALBERT     STOHSTIF!      PROP.
FOR SALE
Rhode Island Red Chickens
F. G. Buff Leghorn
Parred Plymouth Rods.
Pekin Ducks
Endden Geese
Young and old stock at reasonable prices.
Write or Phone to
Nw G.'j/e Poultry Farm
MRS. R. A. UPPER.
Revelstoke, B. C. Phone £12
Dr. de Van's Female Piils
A rei nblo French regulator; never fails. These
pills are exceedingly powerful In regulating the
ctMierative portion of tne female avstem. Refuse
I'll cheap Imitations. Dr. de Tan's are sold at
►R i box, nr three lor $10. Mailed to any address.
Th* Scobell Drue Co., St. Catharines, OnU
FOR SALE
EIGHT-ROOMED
HOUSE
Half a Block East of McKenzie
Avenue
I;or Terms and Particulars apply
D.    R.   McKENZIE
REVKLSTOKK
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP—
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
R. Z. ;CRAWF0RD
CONTRACTING
Wood for Sale
First class wood, any desired length and in any quantity can be had by leaving
an order at S. McMahon's
blacksmith shop.
Phone No. 87
DAN MclNTOSH
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H. MANNING,   Agent.
W. Parry
AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR
REVELSTOKE
AUCTION SALE
Starting Sat. Oct. Hth and every
Saturday and Monday
Watches, Jewelry, eto.
JOHN LEE
Drygoods
Dressmaking
Ladies' Tailoring
Fit Guaranteed
Hand-Painted Cups, Saucers
Fine Japan China Tea Sets
LOWERTOWN
Omiositc Central  Hutel
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for  Flexlume   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Rpsidence Cor. Hrd St   aid R' liwnn.e
Shop iu Alley back of E. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street
Lumb
ermen
It will pay you to
make a call at^
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr out-
lit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
•pecialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets anil everything
required invour business.
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Hay landn in parcels ol
10 or 20 acre* or en bloc. Correspondence invited,
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
UNION HOTEL
ARK'i    HKA.D, U. C.
Special Attention gives to commercial
men and tourists. First-class sample
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking I'pper 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 Estate and Insurance
Corner McKenzie Ave. and 2nd St.
MISS  WRIGLEY
Lessons in Painting and Drawing
Oils and Water Colors
Miss Wrigley. holder of .South Kensington (Kngland) An Master's Certifi-
bate. Group l.     First-Claafl  Certificates
for Still I.iie Painting; Ornament Painting in monochrome (oils!; drawing from
the Antique; Modelling in I lay from the
Antique.
Winner of National Book I'ri/.es for
Interior in Oils and Figure in Oils.
A class forming for junior pupils on
Saturday afternoon.
l'"or terms apply to
MISS WRIGI-KV,
Care Mrs. Haggen.
IT'S A LIE!
Prices in Revelstoke are not
away up out of sight. No, sir!
Vou can buy men's shoeB, cloth-
ingand furnishings, in fact every
thing a man wears, just as cheap
here as you can in Calgary or
Winnipeg—that is, if you do vour
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 snd See
^coronation
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60 ♦ a pound
to commemoration of the coronation of
Kinff George V,'- Rldffwajrt" b»»e put q»\ tlie
market a or. nation lin oi a tnoM pfrtv etqufl
and * iqtmite desujn. bearing CICftllBr.i portrait**
of Ktfifr t»eor([e \ , Queen Mary ami the J'rlnrr
of Walei. Special paorl* have been drained
repreBcnttnv CutAUi India, Afru.., Atuirali*
and New • >'   "■''
Only a tirniiM number have been Impelled.
I'ncr «Oc. (or one pornd tint. J
At Beatfrfctf* J
V.1   . «M (,*!
P. 0. Box 31, Revelstoke
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosohonol'"'"'" nutmrt in iho t>odr
1 i" III pt.par tr'UMT*, ; reatnres
vim tod vital.iv.  Preraatu-re de-cay ind all ftextnl
—u .    . Pk»apho»ol will
te a bnr. or two for
rhe BooWU Drac
Sold at HacdoMld'l Pcu*g 8t*9t«.
weakoaw ifarled al toca."   n..w
make yon a new tuao.   Ptice JBa boa. or Iwo for
li.   Mailed li anr addre»«.   Th v
Co.. It. Othorlnaa. Onl. WEDNESDAY,   NOV.  8th,  1911
THE MAIL-HEEALD,  BEVELSTOKB
WEDNESDAY,   NOV.  Sth,  1911
NOTICE
Hevelstoke   Land  District.
District  of West   Kootenay.
Take  notice that     Ed.  McGaghiat,
ol     Arrowhea 1,    B.    C,  occupation
Lumberman, lmends to apply tor per
mission lo lease the following described lands for marble and lime
quarrying  purposes.
Commencing at a post planted
about two miles south of ringstou
Creek Mill and marked "E. McGagh-
ran's South East Corner", thence
west 40 chains, thence north 40
chains, thence east 40 chains, more
or less to the lake shore, thence
south along the lake shore 40 chains
more or less to the roiut ol commencement containing 160 acres
more or less.
Dated   Aug.   22,   l'Jll, I.6-N.8
ED.   McGACHKAN.
NOTICE.
. Istoke Laud District,
f).strict of West Kooteuay.
Take uotice that 1 Edward Hussell
Vipuad, of Nakusp. B. C, occupation
cont.actor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands.
CLmmencin*.' at a post planted 4U
chains south o! N. E. Corner ol T.L.
41_'74, thence aouth Ml chains, tbence
east about Ilu chains, to Arrow Lake
thence north along Lake about Ml
chains, thence west about 2 chains to
point of commeniement, containing
about 100 acres,  more  or less.
Dated  September lil,   I'UI.
EDWAHD  HUSSELL  VIPOND.
Sept.  23—Nov.  22.
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in
the Revelstoke Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.
Lots in Camborne Townsite Sub-Div., Lot 3505, Plan 728
DEMNQUBNT  LANDS
Names of Persons Assessed
LI4LOK   ACT,   1910.
Notice is beeeby given that, on the
first day of December ue*t, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial l'olice for
renewal of tbe hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the City hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in the province of Dritish Columbia.
Dated thus 4th day o! October, lull
JOHN CALEY, Applicant.
NOTICE.
HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Thursday, the 16th day of
November, A. D., 1911, at the hour of 11 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
DELINQUENT TAXES
Names of Persons  Assessed
Short Description of Property
Kevelatoke Land  District.
District ol West Kooteuay.
Take uotice that 1, Fredrick
\Nilliain Vipond, of Nakusp, li. C,
occupat.on foreman, iuteuds to apply lor permission to purcbase tbe
lollowing   described  lands;
Commencing at a post planted 120
chains south ol N. E. Corner ot T.L.
4i274, theuce south su chains, ihence
east about 30 chains to Arrow Lake
thence north along Lake about SO
chains,   tbence  west  about  2U  chaius
| i ,ias.   Austin   Lot li, Hlock A 	
.   t'6,   I..    ..  OlShop     Lot tt,   lilOCI*.   I   	
I * . ii. c iit>ey ana ». o. Biuipuy   l^ois i> anu  7,  blocs ti 	
j ...ice  Lt.   i aiuwell     Lot 10, biocs b 	
I ••■ ••>• cony  Lot V, blocK 7  	
j ... ca.oiaU   Lots 0 aud  7,  UiocK i 	
...   u.   i auiovii    Lota 13 and  14, block 7 	
•i ■  Carey     Lot 6 and building, Dlock 1 	
• aus.   L.  i oi'ii    Lot 22,  Dlock   2  	
1...-.S ui.  cuilou   Lot '.I and house, blocs A 	
...is.  barton   Lot i>,   Dlock  s   	
!..  O. Liamuranu   Lot lu, block 5 	
...iwaru   brelord    Lots 13 aud  14,   block   1   	
1 .   L.   Doyle     Lots S and   '.*>,   block 3  	
; > ..as. Lu.ers   Lots  »  aud   building,   Blocs  10
I i uas.   hlhlers    Lot 9,   block 2 	
; ' uas.  Ehlers    Lots 5 and 0, block A 	
j .'.awurd Ferguson   Lot 16, block 3
aggie  j.'una    Lot  7,   block  2   	
JM. Uillespie   Lots 4 and 5,   block 3
to point  of commencement, contain -1      ^   ^    ^ ^ ^^ f 	
...   C.   Hart    Lot  10,  block 2   	
| i..imply and birlckson    Lots il and  10,  block ;
ing about 200 acres more or less.
Dated   September  lil,  1911.
FREDRICK   WILLIAM  VIPOND.
Sep.23-No.22        E.lt.   Vipond,  Agent.
I '•
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• BKTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT
Broadview  (Fractional,!  L.   H.  au
Indiana  Mineral  Ciuims,  situate      iu
tbe  Trout   Lake   .Mining  Division    ol
West Kootenay  District.
Where located:—Ou Oreat Northern
Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE ihat I, 0. D. N.
Wilkie. actiug as a„-ent for the Ohio
Mines Development Co., Limited,
Free Miner's Certificate Numnber
B2jji>7,   .ntend,  sixty      days       from
t..o.   llugvuiau   	
. . bu  jiamuly 	
i..   L.  Hart anu J.
...   L.  Hart  and  J.
...   1'.   Jacsson  	
ui.oB May  Jennings
.-v.   Jensias  	
ried  Kaiser  	
n.ury  Magnusou ....
...   Mcniuuou 	
boss
bOSt
Lol 1,
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Lol li
Lol I.
uud  17.  block   ;
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block  1
HlOCk    i
Lol   ;.  Block 2
Lot   S,   Block   A
Lot   ' ,   Hm.m.   1
Lot.*,  l'i .m.I  11.  block   I.i    ..
Lots li.  12.  blk.  l. :.   :
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Lots   :.   -'. aud store.  Block
1.   Hlk.  •
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.■-ary   Jane  Mcintosh . ; 7.  block 8
....gust 0. I'sttiy   Lot 6, Block 1
' . luilhomnie  aud  Nedeau Lots 23 and 24.  Block
; a.   til.  I'carsou   Bloc*
.late  hereo!,   to  apply  to  the   Mining   u.rs.   Emma  Hem  .   Lot  S,  Block  7
Recorder   tor  a      Certilicate   ol    Im-   Mrs.  M. b. Radclille   Lot
tor  the  purpose  of    ob-j *J ■  a. Hoes   :. I :.. b;ock .
wn Grant of the above | .mmes  Shields    1. .:
..  .
H^I^H^B.** Lot
provemec*.s
.'  a Cro      	
,   _ u.s. James spiers 	
• .  : .:::.*.- take notice that uction ' c:nc Strand 	
7,   must be commenced    -mis   and   McDonald
' -ich Certilicate • 'im* Schnell    	
of Impi
Dated
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>t Lake. b. C.
NOTICK
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' Is to appl •
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.Date: imi
WILLIAM   H.   REID,
i\m.  Schnell
i.  A.  Sanderson 	
w .  J. Twiss 	
b.   Taylor 	
A.  Tramble 	
Jas. L.  Whitney  	
Samuel   N.   Ahlgreu
hn Olson
Lots 23,   JI    .
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Lots   '
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Lol   15    Bl< * -
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Lot  10    Bl •' i   A
3.70
3.75
7.20
3.70
3.70
1.50
10.00
37.80
2.70
7.20
.25
3.70
3.00
1.20
54.20
11.70
5.00
3.70
.30
3.00
1.70
3.70
56 '"'
5.00
2.70
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3.00
14.10
.80
21.80
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3.15
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1.13
2.23
1.15
1.15
.20
3.02
11.26
.71
2.23
.02
1.15
.04
.17
17.09
.70
1.63
1.06
.02
.59
.34
1.13
20.60
1.36
.71
.14
.10
.10
.73
4.29
.10
7.43
.12
1.13
4.71
2.47
.19
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2.28
1.13
1.81
.06
.71
1 29
,56
1.27
1.86
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Lots in Beaton  Townsite  Sub-Div.. Lots 502 and 505. Plan 756 and 756 A
irgaret  Fraser  Bstate
.i ,i*i    Kstate
.1 ^rgai el   Frasei   Estate
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irgarel
.mer
Margaret  Frasei
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■OTIOE
Uevelstoke  I,.rrd  Distiict.
|..strict of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that I, Oharles Stai'* i
ot Nakusp, I). 0.. occupation Loger.
llltctld« to aPPll- toi permission to
purchase the following described  amis
Commencing  at a po* P^*»„*
thn North East Comer of T.L. 412r4; I Mrg. t. W. Graham
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1.    1 to      I.
Block 20,
Lots  I to 3    Block   I    •
in.,, k c, 1
*     Blk    'i
Lol        to 16, Blk. I
Block '    i':.*
Block*   i   to   II 'ii' .
_^_^^_^__^_^_^^__ l^l"   1   t"   12,   Block  2ii    I'lan   ^^^
0,  Fraser   Blocks  It,   !2    13, PI
U.  Fraser ... Lots   I  to *.    Block 26   Pl  -
',. Frasei   Blocks  ••.   ■■     », P an  166
0.  Frasei   I,   19, 32, boi  ee, Blk.  I, Plan
i;.  Frasei   Lots i  to 3   Block 2,  Plan ?66
(;    Fraser   Lots I  t.i 7, Block i. Plan i
0. Fnisi'j   „ ... Lots i  to .'. Block  ;   rl.,
(I. Fraser .. ... .      .. Lot I. Block -. Plan
ii. Fraser     i    I, 2, and house, Hlk   I, pis
Q, Fraser   * Lot  l. lilo-ck  ift, plan  .r,« 	
...  Lots 12 t.f. 14, house, Hlk. 6, Plan 7ft6
„th  40 diiuns,     thonce eas. „  J..'       Lots 12 to 1«*0USB,  Hlk. :,.  Plan  ■'■'■
^g  Arrow Lake to  point of    0om-
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or less. ,  •     i    niaike KHlnte    I'"'* '-   	
UutPd September »».»«• ^'i Fraser Btotato. U. 1,7,16,  ..... 14c,  16, Plan  «6A
CHAHLKH  HTADLWL Plar«*™     Lots  26  uttd 86  	
E. R. Vipond, Agent | R. GuDB 	
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Lots in Beaton Townsite Sub-Div,. Lots 502 And 505. Plans 756 nnd 756A
Mrs.  A.  Anderson  	
W.  A.   Bauer  	
W.   J.   Butler 	
Chas.  Billiard   	
W.  H.  Baker  	
Chas.   Bennett  	
.M.  M.  Buchanan  instate
Anna  Clarke  	
Archie   Currie   	
0. Christtophersou 	
Geo.  Ch.'rrington  	
Alex.  Darragh  	
Thos.  I.  Dunn 	
M.  V-  Doberty 	
M, K. Doberty 	
.1.       I* M .Ml llllll.,11*.      	
F,  .1.  Foley  	
Henry   Harlow   	
Mary   Johnson  	
I).   Leahy  	
Geo. Lemon 	
Goo.  Lemon 	
1. II.  LaDgman 	
\Y.  ,1.  Lang-ham 	
.las. Lauder 	
Mrs. A. Leitz 	
Cory  Menhenick 	
Cory  Menhenick  	
Cory Menhenick 	
Cory  Menhenick  	
Cory  Menhenick  	
6.60
b.8-i
11.43
0.85
6.85
3.79
15.02
51.06
5.11
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
4.44
2.90
2.90
5.73
21.19!
2.90 !
31.23:
3.321
6.88
24.64;
12.07;
3.29
6.45<
11.23
6.281
9.81 j
2.91
5.21:
8.64 [
4.41
- 1)7
10 16
23.20
3.27
Ifi 16
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3.38
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11.44
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6.81
12.77
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2.37
2 95
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4.61 i
11 li
13 :u
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Cory Menhenick
Cory Menhenick
Cory Menhenick
Cory Mfiiheuick
Cory Menhenick
Cory Menhenick
Cory Menhenick
Cory Menhenick
Mrs. A. Muyhew ....
J.  Murdock  	
R. G. McLeod 	
Hugh   Mcintosh   	
Join   McDowell  	
A.  MeKinnon  	
Da.e Orr   •
Hector Poirier 	
Alexandria Pitt 	
W. W. Rosa 	
J.  N.   Rear  Estate
Vi.   H.  Robinson 	
Wm.  Sopher 	
R,  R.  Shields 	
Geo. Sumner 	
Joeph Wells  	
John Webster 	
Geo. Young 	
M. B. Wallace 	
Short Description of Property
Lot 7,  Block 3  	
Lots 12 and 13,  Block 3  	
Lots 9 and  1*0,  block 3  	
Lot 8,  Block  19 	
Lot 12,  Block 7  	
Lot 18 and house, Block 19 	
Lots 17 and 18, Block 1 	
Lot 2 ami house, Block 5 	
Lots 22 and 23,  Block 1«  	
Lot 5 and  house,  Block 5  	
Lot 25,  Block  19  ..'.	
Lot 19,   block   19  	
Lots 3'2 and 33. Block 7  	
Lot 11 and house, Block 7 	
Lot 5 aud store,  Blocd 8  	
Lot. 8, Block 3 	
Ixits 11 uud 12, block 5 	
Lot 1 and house.  Block 19  	
Lot 4 and bouse, Block 3 	
Lot 11,  Block 3 	
Lotl3, Block 7 	
Lot 8, Block 8 	
Lot 26.  Block   8 	
Lot  14,  Block   18  	
Lot 6 and bouse, Block 3  	
Lot 10 and house,  Hlock  5	
Lots 1 to 6, 11 to 12, Block 2	
Lots 3. 15 to 18, Block 3 	
Lots 1 to 7,  Block 4 	
L. 1,7,9,10,14, cabin, 18,19, Block 5...
Lots 14,17,21 to 24,2I>, hotel, 27,30,31,
all in  block  7  	
L.  6,  building,  7,9,10,15 to 25, Blk. 8
L. 5,11,12,16 to 24, Block 11 	
Lots 4 to 0, 10 to 12, Block 12 	
Lots lto 8,  11 and 12, Block 13 	
Lots  1  to  24,   Block  14  	
Lots 1 to 5, 7 to 12,  Block 15, Lots
1  to  8.  Block  16  	
L. I to 6, Blk. 17, 15 to 18, Block 18
Lots  16 and  17 und house,  Block 19,
lots   2,3,4,6,10,11,13'to   15,23,24,   26,
Block  19  	
Lot 10, Block 11  	
Lot 9,  Blocd  11  	
Lots 13 and 14, Block 8	
Lot 22, Block  19 	
Lot 211 and building, Block 7 	
Lot 7 and house,  Block 19  	
Lot 6 and building, Block 11 	
Lot 22, Block 8 	
Lot 15 and cabin, Block 5 	
Lot 17,  Block 5 	
Lot 9,  Block  19  	
Lots 6 and 7 and hoUBe, Block 1 	
Lot 1, Block 18 	
Lot 12,   Block  19   	
LotB 7 to 9 an.l cottage, Block 12 ...
Lot 10 and house,  Block 7 	
Lot 1 and house, Block 3 	
LotB 20 and 21 and Btable, Block 3...
Lots 18 and 19, Block 7 	
.n 'i
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.60
12.61
7.20
4.50
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
sy.oo
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
.00
4.31
1.91
1.20
.14
.14
30.91
.94
.62
2.85
.60
• SO
.37
.54
.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
3.76
1.83
22.15
.65
15.87
2.07
2.64
19.23
1.81
1.26
.49
.65
.85
1.17
.21
1.08
2.36
Lots in Burton Townsite Sub-Div.,
E. bijuiitco  	
Frank Daly  	
F. G. Fauquier 	
Wm.  Hopkins 	
R. T.  Lowery 	
Alexander McDonald 	
Eva O'Hcarn 	
F.   Western  	
Stevens, Dusou awl Company
F.  Tasser  	
Lot 5, Block 3 	
Lots 9 uud 10 an.l  building, Block 4
Lot  19, block  -   	
Lot 5 and log house, Block 3 	
Lot 2, Block 13 	
Lot 15,  Block  8  	
Lots 17 and 18, Block 3 	
Lot  19,  Block 3  	
Lot 20,  Block 8  	
Lot 17,  Block  12  	
Part Lot 745, Plan 637
8   .65
2.41
12.40
1.95
3.90
2.55
.50
4.70
3.15
2.55
2.55
.30
1.25
.30
.30
1.30
.65
.30
.30
.87
4.20
6.63
1.10
.90
.07
1.69
.93
Lots in Arrowhead Townsite Sub-Div., Lot 384, Plan 631 and 631A
Mrs.  M. D.   li.in, .*    Lots 11, 12,  13 and house, Block 7 ...
John and  Robert Caley    Lot 17, hall, block 3;  lots 1, 2, and
hotel,  Block 3 	
Lee  Dye     Lot 15,  Block 5  	
Mrs. E.   J. Kerr     Lots 18, 19 und house. Block 3 	
Kwong Sing  Yuen Co   Lot 5 aud store,  Block 1 	
W.   J.  Lightburne    Lots   5,6,7, hotel,Blk.3, lot 1,   hallblk3
S.  S. Bakke     Lot 20 and house,  Block  V   	
McGaghren and Irwin   Lots  Hi,17,19   aud  shack,   Block  5   ...
Bug One    Lot 4 and store, Block 1  	
Eng One     Lot 6 and store, Block 1 	
Alex Purney      Lot 7,   Block  8  	
lOdwin  I'otts    Lot 16, Block 5 	
John J.  Smith     Lot 6, and house, block 0 	
Geo. T.  Newman     Lot 8 and 9 and store, Block 3 	
Mrs. Florence Newmau     Lots  10  und   11,   Block 3	
Wm.  S.  Martin     Lot 3,  Block 10 	
B.   L.  1'lumton     Hast 1  Block 15 und house	
Jas.   Parton   Lots  16 und 17 und house. Block 8...
7.20
234.S0
3.50
29.25
12.00
141.00
6.00
21.20
12,00
4.20
1.80
1.70
4.80
21.90
28.80
3.60
3.00
150.35
1.95
11.75
.90
2.20
53.76
7.60
11.20
5.40
1.S0
Townsite of Nakusp Sub-Div,. Part Lot 397, Plan 494
Mrs.  Ellen  B.ockelsby    Lot 3,   Hlock  24  	
,\     F.  r,,x    Lots  14 und 15.  block 16 	
L.  .1.  Edwards   Lots 24 und 26, Block 5 	
I.    .1.  Eilwanls   Lot 11,  Block  2  	
i.     I.   Edwards     Ls. 11,18,18, Blkl, uud lots 10,11, B.3
Ml      Annie I.   Gothier   Lot  23,   Block  3  	
Hi      Aitiif  1.   Gothier    Lots 11  and  12,  Block 15 	
■ hrlsWna GHendennlng     Lot 26 and house, Block 23 	
i    Hickey          Lot a, Block 2 	
utile Development Oompauy   Lots 6 and 7, Block 8 	
I,    (,    Marcel  Lot 22,  Block  4 	
,     Mn.*,*,   .   Lot   12,   Block   H   	
II    1;    Mercer   Lots 9 uud 10, block 10 	
H    EG    MfKitn.K   Lot  4,   Blook 20  	
,    k   11 , ,.|,   Lots 2.1 aiid 30, and  hotel, Blovk 5...
1.   F   MeDoomtd   Lois  16  .0 IW inc., bouse. Block 16...
,h.|   MeKitPlck     If"1"   H.12,13,  hotel,  Block 4  	
llm.le   Robinson * Lot   17,   Block  8 	
Mi     t    1   Richmond •*•  Lot 6, block 38 	
I*.   1.   BImtnons   Lot 10 ami cottage, Hlock  18 	
S    Thiiinio»   Lots 9 and  10,  block  4  	
lUabODD   Lots 24 and 25, Block  6  	
1.50
11.05
2.40
1.30
1.50
1.35
2.10
9.00
1.76
9.75
4,»5
5.25
5.70
.30
33.00
6.60
56.05
7.10
1.86
8.00
80.31
0.20
.75
.95
2.95
.00
1.10
3.86
.75
1.20
.95
.95
1.45
.40
47.26
4.00
69.20
.25
.75
2.00
2.50
1.30
.66
45.41
1.17
5.17
.72
12.75
.54
7.27
.90
.50
.16
.07
.61
8.75
1.14
4.96
6.68
.33
.45
5,36
.72
.62
.02
.31
.63
1.22
.51
4.04
2.02
2.10
2.23
,0.S
6.30
.91
14.21
3.02
.63
1.99
53.47
3.86
Townsite of Ferguson Sub-Div., Lots 1140 and 1145
Fjindl
Hi      I    lliiiib'iiy
■I    l.ii'itfiii'in
Ml I inly
l."t   i   mnl   Innl,ling,   block  6
Lota  II  and  12, block 9 	
Lot 7,  Block (6  	
Lol in, Hlock 11 	
I 06
78.30
7,10
.10     2
21.93     2
,86    2
71.15
101.81
10.U6
Min    S    O'Cotmor     Lots   ll   ami   12,  Block  0  	
Mutthi-w  Rei.I     Lot  18,  Hlock  4  	
H    Hliiinnon     Lol   24.  Block 8 	
vim     l    Iinil,.,                      Lots 1  and 2 and building, Block 1...
Leonard Pakterton   Lot t, Block l 	
Guy  A    LnO'Tty     ,..,                Lot   4,   Blk.   1;  5 12,   blk  2; 7,8 Blk.6;
10,   Block  29  	
A    (J,   Curliion          L»t 8,  Blk.  1; l,ot 12, Block 8 	
.Iiih.  Rvnn         Lot 9,  Block  1	
Mm.   I.   B,   Freeze           Lot   10,   Block   1  	
Peter Moore    Lots 18 snd 19, Dlock 1 	
W. s. Newman  i-"t 21, Block 1	
69,00
.30
4.70
.25
17.80
.BO
1.00
15.60
7.05
31.75
4.76
.1.46
1.20
.90
1.89
21.12
.0-2
1.55
.02
7.03
.05
.15
2.30
2.71
10.41
1.28
.84
.10
.06
1.19
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2
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2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
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.99     2
2.66
18.92
. 1.14
7.70
3.34
3.34
129.11
9.09
6.22
18.87
6.66
6.40
4.77
7.04
17130
4.53
10.00
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
6.41
6.40
21.87
11.90
7.70
17.75
9.83
11*7.35
9.85
75.07
10.72
14.64
85.23
9.81
15.86
4.08
4.45
12.45
7.57
4.61
9.08
13.36
6.98
18.60
4.85
8.95
6.76
2.87
9.69
6.73
6.76
5.76
13.45
432.50
S.62
36.42
14.72
156.35
8.64
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
1«.07
5.01
10.91
9.02
10.32
11.38
2.72
88.55
13.51
141.40
13.07
5.13
13.99
138.28
16.36
92.12
2.32
8.25
2.27
26.53
2.55
3.15
19.90
11.76
44.19
8.03
6.W
3.30
2.96 WEDNESDAY,   NOV.  Sth,  1911
THE: IM^im HIER-A-LID,   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  NOV.  Sth,   1911
Townsite of Ferguson, Subdivision of Lots 1140 and 1145.—Continued-
DELINQUENT LANDS
Names of Persons Assessed
Short Description of Property
Wm. Leips   Lot 22, Block 1 	
Airs. H.  K  KirpatriCK    Lots 1 and 2 and house, Block  2  ...
in.  ci.  ti.  buuean   Lots  6,  7, blk. 2; lot 10, Block 55 ...
Jos. bruyue    Lot 8. block 2 	
John Law     Lat 9, block 2 	
Barsiey  cril'ly    Lot 9, Block 2; lot 3, 4, Block 10 ...
Johu Uoheity ustate    Lot 11, block 2	
Jus.  Little instate     Lot 14, block 2  	
Johu c.  L,uiug    Lot 17,  Block 2 	
W.  B.  I'ool  aud  J.J.   loung    Lots 10 to 20 inc., 24, building, 131k.2
I). H.  Mci^ean     Lot 5, Block 3 	
T.  ii.iiiiui  and  Company       Lots  1  to 7 inc., block 4  	
W.  b. Fool and J.  J.   iouug    Lots 8 to 12 inc., Block 4 	
G.  Wm Nostrand   Lot 10, block 5 	
Mrs. iviaileis     Lot 13,  Block 5  	
Matthew  Held      Lot   18,  Block  5   	
Angus Campbell    Lot 19,  Block 5 	
John   McliouulU       Lot 20,   Block  5   	
R.  Leckie  Ewiug     Lots 14 to 141 anil house, Block 29 ...
Jas.  FiUmmuiuus      Lot 5,  block 30  	
A.   C.   Jttosker       Lot 8, Block 30 	
Thos. Gordon      Lot  10,  block 30  	
W. A. Foote     Lot  12,  Block 30  	
Johu T. Coleman Kstate   Lot 20,  Blk.30; lots  13-14,  block  30...
I).  A.   McDougail      Lot 21, Block 30 	
J. Edward bird   Lots 25 and 26 and houtc, Blocd 110...
V, L.  Houston   Lots 22 to 24 inc., house, block 30...
Wm. Douuld     Lots 3 and 7,  Block  31	
basil  Smith       Lot 4,  Block 31  	
bonald aud Urquhart    Lot 5, Block 31 	
L. boomer     Lot 13, Block 31 	
Albert Sullivan     Lot 1,  Block 32 	
VV.  B.  Pool      Lots 1 to 4, Block 38	
N. Emo     Lot 9, Block 38  	
FlorenceN. Gordon   Lots 5  and  6 and house,  Block 40...
ll. Perry   Lots 16 and 17 aad house, Block 41...
Airs. C. Foran    Lot 2, Block 50  	
Airs.  Jus.  Cummings Kstate     Lot 5 and hotel, Block 50 	
Wm.  Schnell    Lot 4 and building,  Block 55 	
J. Humer    Lot 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 	
Reisterer and Company  Estate    Lots 3 & 21, Blk. 6; 13, 14, 15, Blk. 55
Mrs.  S. O-Connor    Lots 11 and 12, Block 6 	
J. H.  Harris     Lots 14 and 15, Block 6 	
G.  W.  Urquhart    Lot 17, Block 6 	
F. Oarlson    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 	
bonald 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  10,   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    Lot 9, Block 38 	
W. Edwards    Lot 4, Block 50 	
1.00
27.20
9.30
3.50
3.50
1*8.10
5.50
7.80
.40
59.40
3.20
37.65
20.15
7.10
5.15
6.65
11.96
9.95
9.110
1.60
1.00
1.00
1.00
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
•1.15
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
e.
j.
R.
J.
A.
J.
W.
Frank Daly   La>t 46.  mock 40 	
„as. Hunt   Lota 1 to Bix> Bloek 6 	
Oscar Jacooson    Lot 26 and J, 27,  bouee,  Block 46  ...
l.out.  Maduen     Lots 25 & 26, house, Block 49 	
nout. Madden     Lots 12 to 14 and hotel, Block 62 ...
aiepbtn Woods    Lots   |   38 and 30 and  bouBC, Blk.  48
ti, D. Hume    Lot i,  i-.ocii 52 	
rars.  Elsie Simmons    Lot 18 una uouse, Block 52 	
Gus Johnson     Lot 11 aod house, Block 4 	
j.  W. S. Oharles   Lot 1, Block 39 	
jas.  H.  Currie Estate     Lots 38 and 39 and  bouse,  Block 10
john Genelle  Estate     Lots 1 to 5 inc., Block 41 	
H. Still well    Lota 26,  26, 27, Block 41  	
Hicks     Lot 23,  Block 46  	
Hendnckson    Lot 26 and J27, house, Block 46 	
V. Armstrong   Lot 5, Block 47 	
J. Macdonell   Lot 7 Block 47 	
M. Doyle    Lot 6, Block 47 	
Cowan    Lot8, Block 47 	
Murray and Johnson     Lot 25, Block 17 	
Evan  Cameron     Lot 26, Block 47 	
L. Bari    Lot 34, Block 47 	
Mrs.  A.  G.  Fraaer     Lots 46, 47, 48, and house, Blk 47 ...
B.L.  Klnmau     Ls.  1.2. blk.  48;  Ls. 21 to 24,  hs.B. 49
Higginson and Smith  Lots 12, 13, 14 nnd house, Blk. 48 ...
A.  G.  Fraser     Lots 25  and 26,  Block 48 	
F. C.  Elliott     Lot 36 and building, block 48 	
J. McLennan   Lot 29, Block 49 	
McLennan and  Munson      Lot 30, Block 49 	
John Carlson    Lot 31, Block 49 	
Swan  Anderson  Estate      Lots 23 aud 22, Block 60 	
W. M. Brown   .'.   Lot 27, Block 50 	
J. Flood     Lot 3,   Block 51  	
Nell Swinton    Lot 11, Block 51  	
Mrs. J. W. Westlall     Lots 12 and 13 and house, Block 61...
J    C.  Murray       Lots 22 and 23 und store, Block 51...
F    T.  Abey       Lot 24  and house,  lot 25, Block 51...
Alex. McLean    Lot 26,
Mrs. A.  Fowler    Lot 27,
H. D. Hume    L,ot 28,  Block 51  	
K. H. Vlpond     Lot 3,  Block 52 	
A   G   Fraser     Lots 6 and  7 and  irtore,   Block  02...
F   B.  Wells     Lot 8 and store, Block  52 	
Ralph Higginson    liot 11, Block 52 	
F   R   Vlpond and M. Beaton     Lot  16  and building,   Block 52  	
John' Btauber     Lot 18 and house, Block 52 	
John Haner     Lot 32 and house, Block 52 	
u   L   cllnk    Lots 1 to 31 inc.,  Sub-Div. part lot
190,  plan 530 b	
Dennis McCarthy   Lots 10 and 11, Block 48 	
Block  51
Block 51.
Harry L. Godsoe
A. 0. Fraser 	
Chas. Johniton ....
O. J. Nelson 	
N, B. iiii.'ii'  	
W. M. Brown 	
A. ll. Kraser
A. G. Fraser ..
0,  J, Graham
Trout Lake Townsite, Subdivision Part Lot 762, Plan 530A
   I,,.   22,23,   2-3    24   nnd home,   Blk.   3 22.70 7.20
    Lots 6 to 12 inc. Block  6   8.40
,,„„„.,      Lot 20,  Block 6    2.80 1.40
„'„    Lot 21,   Block  0  1.20 .95
    Lets 7 and 8 mid bourn', Block 8   12.00 11.06
„\",    Lotl IB and   M,  block 8   3.1.0 2.55
Trout Lake Townsite. Subdivision Part Lot 761, Plan 530B.
   Lots 1 to 6, Dlock 3   6.90
    Lots 1 tO 4, Block 7    4.80
   Lot 6, Block 16  !•« LB5
.10
6.68
2.43
.89
.89
7.70
1.72
2.93
.10
20.72
.70
13.87
9.60
2.19
1.6,1
2.40
3.92
3.92
1.84
.25
.10
.10
.10
1.57
2.14
0.29
2.71
3.32
.06
1.75
3.67
1.93
4.34
.75
.54
10.40
1.24
7.57
3.09
1.72
1.12
1.24
2.40
1.68
.84
.51
.24
4.88
4.77
1.73
4.60
3.69
1.24
7.94
.24
1.29
.10
13.27
.86
.10
1.45
.80
1.38
4.38
7.83
.42
.10
.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
1.05
.06
2
5.35
1.30
1.95
2
17.60
8.90
5.63
2
14.80
6.70
5.11
2
21.40
3.90
8.27
2
3.80
1.40
1.26
2
9.00
.98
2
5.10
1.40
1.77
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
.90
.75
.11
2
1.2U
.95
.20
2
3.60
1.65
1.19
2
6.40
1.50
2.00
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
10.80
1.26
2
25.20
18.45
7.58
2
36. BO
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
1.60
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
1.47
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
24.00
22.95
7.38
2
2.40
2.80
.94
2
Townsite of Comaplix Sub-Div., Part Lots 1141 and 1142, Plans 032 and 635A and 632B
3.10
35.88
13.73
6.39
6.39
27.80
9.22
12.73
3.00
82.12
5.90
53.52
37.75
11.59
8.83
11.15
15.87
1*5.87
12.34
3.85
3.10
3.10
3.10
10.47
11.24
28.09
22.71
14.82
2.S1
8.90
14.87
9.43
23.34
5.45
8.54
43.4S
7.39
42.97
17.99
9.12
8.12
7.34
11.15
8.93
6.44
6.71
4.04
20.03
18.47
9.03
19.80
16.09
7.44
31.94
4.0*1
7.39
3.20
58.07
6.16
3.10
8.05
8.00
8.28
16.43
25.82
4.22
2.85
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
11.9S
10.27
4.35
3.76
4.35
8.44
11.90
4.35
14.0o
53.23
66.33
6.32
12.43
14.55
14.55
13.89
19.78
7.31
8.73
7.31
43.14
39.27
67 .IK)
4.35
4.3-5
7.79
4.34
70.80
54.70
15.22
16.94
13.16
9.32
66.33
8.14
8.51
2
40.41
1.211
2
11.60
.71
2
6.91
.20
2
4.35
3.83
2
2-488
1.10
2
9.25
lil.l.l.snl li.s 1   LANDS
.99
2
9.89
.29
2
7.09
.65
2
6.05
Names of Persons Assessed
R.   M.   Evans   	
Mrs. Mary H.  Fairhull  	
Wm.  Hamilton  	
J. A. Magee Estate 	
J. E.  Payn?ss 	
Selby Soules 	
J. H.  Young 	
Townsite of
E. Mobbs 	
E.  Mobbs 	
E.  Mobbs 	
E.   Mobbs 	
E. Mobbs 	
T. A. Batemun 	
byrou  Boyd 	
Alex,  barnett 	
F. it. Corson and VV.  J. Lappan 	
Amoroso  Copper  	
J,  Ci'int/elvi 	
johu Cameron 	
Huiry Davis  	
J.  ri.  C.  Fraser  	
N.  S. Fraser 	
Geo.  Ferguson  	
Rout. Faulds 	
J. 0. Gore  	
M.  Grady  	
iu.  urady  	
Wm. A.  Graham 	
Wu. A. Graham  	
Jcia.cyon Hot Springs  Sanitarium ....
m.,cyon Hot springs Sanitarium ....
tiui  Hedstrom  	
ii.  Hayden  	
J.  Graiton  	
Auan P,  Hemmelman  	
li. Houston 	
Emily M. Johnstone 	
Roy H. Keefe 	
Vi. J. Lascelles 	
W.  J. Lasi-elles 	
Mis.  M.  J.  Lumb  	
Mis.  A.  Labi ash  	
J.   vV.  Marsland   	
b. Marsland 	
L. C. Morrison 	
Ji.si H.  Murton  	
Wm.  I. Mosley   	
Ida  Marshall  	
Metropolitan   Gold   &  Silver   Mining
Company  	
S.  R. Middlemas 	
Mrs.  A.  Mo.latt 	
Janet B.   Munroe  	
Jas.  McEwen  	
G. S.  McOarter  	
V..   E.  McCandlish  Estate  	
Short Description of Property
3 o
■f. -w
'1
82.72
2
23.15
2
12.08
2
20.92
2
oilS
2
7.09
2
3C.24
•i
6.9S
2
4.28
•i
3.91
•t
6.02
Notice to Contractors
R.  McLeod  	
F. McCarty  	
A.   Mclntyre   	
J. R. McPherson
J. McMillan 	
G. li.  McMillan ...
Wm.   McUevitt  	
Lt. F. McDougald 	
L. F. McDougald 	
R.  F.  Perry  	
Revelstoke    and     .McCullough    Creea
Hydraulic Mining Co., Ltd	
Nettie Marshall 	
W.  R.  Robertson 	
Mrs.  Sarah J. Shardlow  	
C. M. Symons 	
A.   M.   Symons  	
0.  D.  Taylor  	
h. Trussler 	
Wm. Williams 	
W.  Wright	
M. E. Walley 	
H.  S.  Wallace 	
S.  Walker 	
W.  G.  Watson 	
Wm.  Waine 	
J. i.  Woodrow 	
W.l.'rid Wolstenholm 	
C. E. Wallis 	
Wm.  Stockwell 	
Columbia  Fruit Lands Co., Ltd.
Edith  Morrison 	
17.39
22.50
11.70
63.48
40.75
43.85
S.ol
lf-.O-i
22.41
141.52
23.SU
153.Sl
fl <j  ra                  -   ■-
Lot  12  and  hotel,   bluck   A     68.00 12.72
Lut.  11 und house,  Block  12   18.00 3.15
Lot.  15  .m.I  bouse,   block   II    9.00 1.08
Lut  1  anil bouse,  Block  F    16.40 2.52
Lot. 7 and bouse,  block   l'i   3.00 .18
Lots  13 and   14 and  house,  block  2... 4.SO .29
Lots 5 nnil «  anil   hotel,   Block   13   ... 29.50 4.74
Gerrard, Subdivision of Lot 5704, Plan 892.
Luis  1   to   I,   1 I   in 38,  Block   1     4.70 .28
Lots  1   to   IS,   Block 2     2.15 .13
Lots  1   to   1,   III to 211,   Block 4   1.S0 .11
Lots  1   to  32,  Block 5     3.S5 6.23
Unplotteil  portion   lot   570*1,   G.L,   2.i
gcres  more or less    13."ill 1.89 2
Lot   811/2,   1.1.1  12.00 7.00            1.50 2
Lot  136  of  Sub.   Div.   oi  part  of  lul
307, plan 9S0   4.80 0.70          1.20 2
L.   t to 4,6,7,9, ol   W.J   Sec.19 Twp.   20 30.00 2S.II0           3.48 2
ti.  li.   ;   Section  22,   Twp.  23     15.00 2y.n]           1.23 2
S.  W.   ;,   Section 22,twp.,.'.I Fire \ al y 38.40 3.45 2
Lots,   1,  3,.   blk.  :i,   Rev., plan   b36iv. 5.10 .64 2
Lot  7634,   G.   1.,   Kooteuay   District... 14.50 1.29 2
Lot 73'J2,  Group   I,  Kooteuay   bis.   ... 16.00 2.SO           1.61 2
Lot  1183,  Group 1,  Kootenay   Dis.   ... 128.00 11.56 2
Lot 7691, Group I, Kootenuy District 20.00 1.80 2
sec. 33, twp. 69, Kootenay bis  136.00 15,84 2
Lot l, of l. 7699. e.l. Kootenay Dis.
i'lan   No.   844     13120 11.30          2.u4 2        31.54
Lot  7690,   G.L,   Kootenay  1).strict   ... 112.OO .                 10.08 2       124.08
L.1138,  1139,  hotel,   UpperArrow lakes 48.00 2.88 2        52.SS
Lot 3945,  G.L,  Kootenay  bistrict  ... 4.80 .29 2          7.0'J
Lot 3618,   G.I.,   Kootenay  District  ... 60.00 36.00         11.10 2       108.10
Lot  8046,   G.   L,   Kootenay  District... 55.20 8.40           7.19 2        72.7'J
Lot 100 alld cottages, G. 1  850.00 165.00 2     1U17.0.J
Lot 2401, G. L,  Kootenuy District ... 27.SO 5.38 2        35.IS
Lot 7821,  G.L,  Kootenay District  ... 27.60 4.76 2        31.33
Lot 8409,  G.L,   Kootenay District  ... 20.00 1.40          2.22 2        25.62
Lot  8025,   G.   L,   Kooteuay  District... 18.00 28.00           3.30 2         51.30
Lot 5 of Lot 8026, G.L, Kootenay (lis 3.30 4170             .67 2         10.67
Lot 8032,  G.  I..   Kootenay  District... 68.00 4.08 2        71.08
Lot 0153,  G.I.,  Kootenay District  ... 4.00 .21 2          6.24
L. 7 of L.   7699,G.I.  P.  844 K. Dis.   ... 3.60 3.90             .57 2         10.07
Lot 2719, G.I.,house, Kootenay Dis.... 39.00 4.32 2        45.32
Lot 8690,  G.L,  Kooteuay  District  ... 9.60 .80 2        12.46
L.  5, Blk.   A.  & house,  Rev.IT.  636G. 16.80 1.72 2        20.52
Lot 9152,  G.L,  Arrow Lakes    7.20 .43 2          9.63
L.2 of L. 7106.Q.I.K. D.  Plan 945.  ... 1.50 .Is 2          3.68
L. 3 of L.  7105,G.I., K.D., Plan 945... 1.50 .18 2          3.68
Lot 8814,  G.I.,  Kooteuay District  ... 19.20 1.15 2        22.35
Lot I.L.S. D.  4,   Sec.  27, Twp. 23   ... 9.00 1.08 2        12.08
Lot 5  of lot 7542, G. 1  5.11 .46 2          7.57
Lot  8704,  Arrow  Lakes,  G.  1  8.00 .48 2        10.48
Lot 7047, Ferguson, G. 1  18.00 2.8> 2
Lot  1  of lot 7542,  Burton    2.55 .15 2
Lot 8513, Arrow Lks,  G.L, K.  Dis.... 12.00 .72 2
N. E.  } Sec. 15., Twp. 69    16.00 .90 2
Ls.   8028,  8029, 803U,  G.I.,   K.  Dis.  ... 129.60 14.52 -
Lot 2613, Carnes Creek, G.I., K. Dis. 282.10 79.72 2
N.E.   i,Bec.22,   S.E.   J sec.28,S.W.s,28
E.J, sec.33, W.J,  N. W. J  sec.  33,  all
in Twp. 09    88.00 5.28 2
L.   8511,  Arrow  Lakes,  G.L,  K.  Dis. 32.00 1.92 2
Lot 446,  G.I.,  Hall's  Landing    54.40 6.95         17.87 2
Ls.   1,2,  B.   61,   Rvelstoke,   Plan  6361. 11.40 1.83 2
Lot 152,  Arrow Park,  Plan  No.  827. 2.10 .13 2
L. 105,  Arrow Park, Plan No. S'27. ... 2.10 .13 2
E.J, se.}, sec.  1, twp.69,ci,  ne.i sec.
30,  Township  71    9.60 .70 2
Lot  8042,   Arrow   Lakes     9.00 19.50           1.71 2
L.  7544,  G.L,  Lower  Columbia river 28.60 2.69 2
L. 8156, S130, G.I.   Arrow   Lukes  67.20 7.50           7.90 2
L.  3198,  Goldfields,  G.I., K.  District. 255.85 80.19 2
Lot 23,  G.L,  Kootenay District   14.40 1.73 2
Lot "705, G.L, Kootenay District.  ... 4.00 .24 2
Lot  7980,  G.L,   Kootenay  District  ... 144.U0 12.96 2
L. 6,  house,  B.  A,  Rev. P. No. 63.1G. 13.20 1.16 2
L.  7968.  Up. Arroe Laks.  G.I., K. D. 19.20 1.15 2
L. 7964,    Pingston  Ck., G.L,  K.   Dis. 9.60 .57 2
Vi. 80 acres of lot 438,G.I., Hall's Lg. 34.80 3.20         10.68 2
W.J lot 444.160A,  G.I.  Hall's  Ldg.   ... 65.00 6.55         16.76 2
West j Sec. 24, Twp. 71   15.00 .90 2
W.J,  ne.i,  sec.2*0,  W.J,  se.}  sec.   31,
Twp.   71   10.00 .96 2
Lot 8132,  G.I.,  Kootenay District  ... 3.60 .65 2
Lot 5942, Goldflelds   197.40 37.20 2
L.  1785, G.L, Oariboo City   54.00 7.74 2
Pt.  ne.},  sec.26,  house,  Twp.  23    14.40 7.74 2
Lot  8034, G.L,  Kootenay District  ... 36.00 3.24 2
Und.} L. 6940 & Und.J L. 6939G.I.KD 33.60 3.03 2
L.   A,0,18,24,  lots  7695  and 8687    4.75 .28 2
Lot  4467,  Duncan  river,  G.L,  K.   D. 30.60 1.83 2
L. 4,5, of L. 7697, uear Burton  7.80 .16 2
E.J.N.E.}, sec.23,  twp.23 R.L.W. 6 M. 15.00 22.50         2.25 2
Lot 8813,  G.L,  Kootenay  District  ... 56.00 8.64 2
E. EDWARDS,
DEPUTY ASSESSOR REVELSTOKE
ARROWHEAD LOCK-UP.
au. os
4.70
14.72
18.96
146.12
31.4.12
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Lock-up, Couct-room, and
Constable's Quarters at Arrowhead,"
will be received up to 12 o'clock noon
uf Wednesday, the 15th day of
November, 1911, for tbe erecuou and
completion uf ;l Lock-up, Court-room
nuj Constable's quarters at Arrow -
bead, In the Hevelstoke Electoral
bistrict, B.C.
Plans, specifications, contract and
forms of tender may be seen on und
after the 2cih day o! October, 1911,
ut the "line- ,.'. the Constable in
charge, Arrowhead, the Government
Agent, Revelstoke; ,,nd the Department of Public Works, Parliament
buildings,   Victoria.
Each proposal must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque or
certilicate of deposit on a chartered
l.ank of Canada, made payable to
the Honourable the Minister of Public Works, for the sum of 1350, which
shall be forfeited if the party tender-
lug decline to enter into contract
when called upun to Jo so, or ii be
fail to complete the work contracted
for. The cheques or certificates of
deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
be returned to them upon the excut-
lon of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,
signed with the actual signature ol
the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes  furnished.
The lowest or any tender not aec-
essaeily accepted.
J.  E.  GRIFFITH,
Public  Works  Engineer.
Department  of Public Works,
Wctoria,   B.C.,  October 24th,  1911
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
uays alter iuu date ot the first puo-
Lcatiou fltrcol, tbe undersigned will
make au application to the Board ol
licensing. Commissioners [or the City
of Kevelstoke lor permission to trans-
ler to A. P. Levesque, ot Revelstoke,
b. C, the license to sell liquors by
retail at the Hotel premises at Rev-
cistoke known as tbe  i n.on  Hotel.
Dated this 21st September,  19111
I ilods. Levesque   &   Walsh.
95.28
35.02
81.22
15.23
4.23
4.23
12.30
32.21
33.29
S1.60
341.04
IS.13
6.24
158.96
16.06
22.ii,
12.17
50.0*8
90.31
17.90
18.96
6.2m
236.60
63.74
17.69
11.24
3S.03
7.03
34.43
10.26
41175
66.61
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, ,on the
first day of December next, Application will be made to the Superintendent ot Provincial Police for
renewal of the holel license to sell
liquor hy retail in the hotel known
as tbe Beaton hotel, situateat Beat
on, in thc Province of Uritish Columbia.
Dated this 28tb day of September,
1911. Suis.
H.  NELLIS,  Applicant.
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
L1QUUR  ACT,   1910.
Notice Is hereby given that,  on I lie      NoMoe is hereby giveu that,  on tbe
lirst   duy   of   December   next,   appiica- J n,al  jaJ.   ,l(   Q(Mmbcr   next,   uppLca- I
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
lane notice that 1, B. K. Reynolds
of Revelstoke, B. C, occupation,
clem, intend to apply Ior permissiou
lo purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the south West Corner ol Lol 781s,
aud luar&ed b. R. Reynolds North
»est Corner Post, thence east 80
cbains to the  South West Corner   ol
' i. L. tiiti, thence soutb abou*. 4oo
;eet to tue North East Corner ol
i-ot iU4o, thence along line ol Lot
iu43 lorty chainB,. west 40 chains
aouth and 20 chains west to line of
Lot 2112, thence along line ol lot
2112  lu chains north     and 20 cuains
, uorth and 20 chains west to tbe
North West Corner, tbence north
about 100 feet to the place ol commencement, containing 160 acres,
mure or less.
.    Dated September 25th,  1911.
B. R. REYNOLDS.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given Uiat, on the
| first day ol December neit, application will be made to tbe Buperin-
teud-aut of Provincial Police tor
renewal ul the hotel license to sell
liquor hy retail ln the hotel known
as the Lardeau hotel, situate at
Comaplix, in the Province cf British
Columbia.
Duted this 28Ui day ol S.;u ember,
1911. 30:1s.
RUSSELL    M.    EVANS,    Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice Is hereby given that, ou the
first duy ol December next, appiica-1
tion will l« made to the Superin- ]
tendent of Provincial Polico Ior
renewal of tbc hotel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
as the Halcyon Hot Springs hul.l,
situate nt Halcyon, in thc Province
oi British Columbia.
Dated this 28th day ol flOpCd a 'er, I
1911. 80d*,
WILLIAM   BOYD,   Applicant
tion will be made tu tb,' Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
us the Lukeview hutel, situute ut
Arrowhead, in the Province of British Columbia,
bated this 2nd duy of October, 1911
CHAPMAN  & IRWIN,  Applicants.
LIQUOR    ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given that, ou the
lirst duy of December next, applies
tion 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
ust.lic Eva Hotel, Hituatu at Camborne, in lho Province of British Columbia.
Dated this  loth day of October, 1911
H.   G.   WARE,   Applicant.
tion will be mude to the Superintendent of l'i o. meii Police lor
renewal of the holei license to sell
liquoi by retail id the hotel kuowu
as tlle Criterion hotel, situate ut
Oamborne, in the Province ol bntisb
Columbiu.
Dated this llth day of Octolwr, 1911
W.   S.   RKNN1E,   Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby gneu that, on the
lirst day of December next, appiica
tion will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police lor
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquoi by retuil ln the hotel known
as the Hotel Queens situate at Cuui-
aplix,      iu   the   Province    ol     Br.tish
Oolumbia.
Dated  this 9th day ol October,  1911
  J.  11.  Young,  Applicant.
Inn.  10—Return of Wm.  Yulo ft Co.,
ln Domhey & Son, Edison theatre.
WANTEB-Man and wife to occupy
furnished rooms. Suitable companions for n lady. Apply to P.O.
Box 243,  Revelstoke.
WANTGD—Man aud Wile, first clued
cooks, require situation in camp,
hotel or restaurunt. Best references can be (,'iven* F. Luofley, bro-
derlck,  Sask.
WANTED—Live Agents to sell stock
in Company incorporating for Pat-
em Brick which will revolutionize
moderu building construction. Approved aud highly recommended by
lending architects and builders in
Vancouver. Will realize big divid -
ends. Liberal commission. Only responsible parties need apply. Smith
and Rogers, 312 Pender Btreet went
Vancouver,  B.C.
WANTED Kiperlcnced       Hawy«r*j,
Swnni|iers, Teamsters, Hook-mm,
etc., for steady work at gtiinc In-
tenor wages. Come at once. —Adams River Lumber Company, L»d.,
Chase.  B.  C. t.c.
WANTED-A position In hotel as cook
ten years experience ae Urst-cIaHrt
rook in hotels f>n tbe coast. Apply
Charlie.  P.O.   Box  204,  Revalrtok^ WEDNESDAY,  MOV. sth.  1911
THE MAIL-HEEALD,  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  NOV.  8th, 1911
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
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stock <gf   printing  papers is large
and  well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVIenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount Forms Ball Programs
Wedding Sttaionery Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms    Tags, Etc.
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$60.00 Cash
STRENGTHEN HANDS
or im ke
hi'nii Cites Hoid MeeLing ami
Appsint Comlttu to tdvlse
the Chief
Fernie, B.C., Nov. 6—As a result "■
tho riotous proceedings ol Saturday
awning hare when tbe Coal Creek
train ranie down with tha men who
ha.l been working in tha mines, anion; whom wero four colored men, n
meeting of oieiaens with the police
commissioners was held in the eity
hall yesterday afternoon to advise ns
to the methods to adopt to prevent
further occurrences of such disorders,
Clii.'f Campbell of Victoria was also present and a committee of citizens was appointed to advise and act
witli the police commissioners in case
of need. The three colored men were
plaeed in jail for protection mid are
Btll'l in custody. The man who iled
has not been haard trom.
Everything is quiet, this morning,
an.l it is believed that tho presenoe of
the large addition to ibe provincial
force under the direction of Chief
Campbell will have a salutary eflect
upon the crowd and that no further
disorder will take place. The police
arrangements are being entirely carried out and no lull in the vigilance '
of the officers will occur.
Nelson,  B.C.,  Nov.  li—That the  attorney-general's    department  believes
■the      situation    is  serious  and  fears
further dirturbances at Fernie  which
may call for a large number of police
to repress them, is indicated by    the
fact      that      Provincial       Constable t
Wightman,     Sutherland    and Fraser
have  been  dispatched  from  this    district  to the scene of rioting.     Colin
Campbell, superintendent ofthe    pro-,
vincial     police,    is expected  to  take.
(barge of the situation.
Fernie. Nov. G—Saturday, the last
■day of a turbulent week, proved to
be the most turbulent of all the pre- j
reding days of disorder. The reading
of the riot act by Mayor Bleasdcll
on Thursday, which seemed to have
some temporary effect upon the mod-,
erate element in the ctowds which
have congregated from day to day, I
did not prove of min-h benefit to the
wilder element of the crowds, and
when the night train came down from
Coal Creek Saturday afternoon and
four colored miners, who were working during the week alighted from
the coaches, they were the special objects of disapproval of the angry
crowd.
The city police immediately took
the men under protection and they
began to march down the tra:ks
towards the C.P.R. station, near
which is situated the Roma hotel,
the rooming place of one of the colored men. As the crowd followed it
kept up a constant hooting and jeering, which soon grew into itirowing
ati lies by some of its members.
Women wer.* Been to pick up ston.-s
.*.nl to j*Mn in the tusilade. This may
account foi the very little injury in-
ftieted upon anybody by such missiles
Whn    the      Roma      was    reached
quite  a   scuffle  took   place  before  one
of rhe negroe    was  safely landed    in
m.  fl  v      said  that he threat
ene.l to shoot   inybody who follow.!
nto 1 ni       He had a    re-
•    '  ' h  t.i  carry    out  his
threfi?       t as the crowd d 1 not enter
r.n firm j , -  that time.
It ii that this man af-
terwai :   tbe  miners    from
-   be   would  not    re-
■ -. .it the mines
■n   wpre   followed
• *   * * town  by
*  '  A*. .Ml
.*  I '*'       i.'nnat-
*.  from tba mac-
! men
• ■ *    iegan  Br ng    a
rd.     Chiel Brown
• *
*   (or
th»  pe  t ■ tbe  gun  and  quick!
■    * I       I      ' *   ' *    | V
in** :   him
*
■      *
• * *
no fire arms have hern mx li'med    Ly I
the miners, who are carrying   on  the
attacks   against   the    men    who    go i
to  work.
Th;'   great   hulk   of   thsse   in "i      i.ie
English  and  Canadian,  with a   lurce
sprinkling of    women     and c'.iildr"n; j
very  fow  foreigners  are be: n  in      'h'
crowds  except   as  spect.at t"s.   .Ipveral
of   the inrn   who   have   been   .'..iii'led
to  these attacks  have promised     toi
unit  work  until  the agreement     Ins j
1;   n completed and voted on   iy  tin |
men   of  the  several   camps.
At   Michel,   while   no shooting     h
lei u   reported,  there  hnve  been      repealed  nets  of violence.    In    ne care
it is reported that jm  Italian «'vi sin
rounded by a     score  of  Slav  'I omen,
and was in  danger of loosing his uy,s |
nnd bair until  rescued by  the pot,<M>..
Another  man  was  being  taken to the
river,   preparatory  to  a   d'l king    by
these      women,      but     bis     superior j
skill and strength     mude it po^s-dile
to escape  before the  river was rriirh- f
e.l.
Tbe scales committee were at v ork
nt Frank from Tuesday until yestcr-
d iy afternoon nnd adjourned to mee*.
a ;ain  tomorrow.
.lust what progress lias been made,
is not. known, but the fact that tbe
two sides are still at work is evi-
d nee that an earnest cllort is lieing
made to comply with the promises
g'.ven to Hon. Robert Rogers that a
settlement would Ik- made along th3
1'nes lately published.
70 YEARS OLD
AND GETTING WELL
Thanks io Gin Pills
6i Maihson AvEm Toronto.
Aimui. 7'i'n. KJII.
During tbe pa-t two years, I have
been sutfertug wiib Kidney Trouble—
severe pains in my back at times, and
with feet, ankles nnd Icrs so very
swollen lhat I found great difficulty in
mvviug around tiie bouse even in
slippers, 1 am pleased to tell you,
since taking CIN PILLS, the pain lias
(;one, the swelling baa subsided, and I
again wear my boots—-which have not
ui.en upon my i cl for nearly two years.
1 am seventy years of ace, and am
now usinguiy sixth box of GIN PILLS".
Ji. A. SCADD1NG,
Old people v.'ilb lame backs—who
.-rilr:' willi Uli ...uali.'-.iu, or Kidney or
I'.l'dder Trouble—will Cud welcome
relief in GIN I'lI.I.S. Kvery box
guaranteed and money refunded if not
satisfactory, 50c. a bor:, 0 for $3,50—
sample free if you write National Drug
v.  Clieniicil   Co,  of  Canada   Limited,
1'nijt.   W     lolo. ilo. 86
KOOTENAY      LODGE,  No.   .1. A.  F.
ana A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
ou the Third Monday in each mouth
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially  welcome.
ROBT.  GORDON,  W.  M.
W. B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
COMING [VENTS
Nov. 30—Mark Hamburg the great
itussian Pianist, at the Edison
theatre.
Dec. 18—C.P. Walker presents the Wm
Yule company iu the Rivals, at tb
Edison theatre.
Inn. 26—The famous Ferguson's Jubilee Singers considered the best col
ored concert company on the road.
Edison   iheatre.
Feb. 2G—The Castlesquare Entertainers in high class concert at tho
Edison theatre.
PORT MANN—The Canadian Northern I'acilic Railway Terminal and
Port. Townsite on sale within 60
dnys. Surveyors now completing. Thc
highest pricr-d lots there will he. those
adjoining our small subdivision. Only
.10 lots left. Prices from $1500 up.
They are 300 yards from the water.
Look into these immediately if you
want to make big money quickly.
Write for mups, etc., to tbo Selwyn
Investment Compnny, Limited, 311
Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver,
B.  C. t.c.
SELKIRK      LODGE  12,   1.  O.  0.  F.
Meets evory 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. 8161.
OF I. 0. F.
Meets in I. O*. 0. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House ovory second
and fourth Monday iu month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON.   ReC.-SiC.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,       K.  of    P.,
NO.  36,   REVELSTOKE,  B.   O.
Meets every  Wednesday  except   the
Third Wednesday of each month     in
Oddfellows'  Hall at 8  o'clock.  Visiting Knights are cordially invited.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, C.  0.
G. H. BROCK, K. of R. * S.
M. of F.
G. P. R. TIMETABLE
WESTBOUND.
No. 3 arrives at 6 a.m., leaves at
6:20 a.m.
No. 1 arrives at 3:15 p.m., leaves
at 3:35 p.m.
No. 13, Seattle train, arrives at
4:35 p.m.,  leaves at 4:45 p.m.
EASTBOUND.
No. 11, Seattle train, arrives at
7:15 a.m., leaves 7:35 a.m.
No. 2 arrives at 11:40 a.m., leaves
at 12 o'clock noon.
No. 4 arrives at 12:45 a.m., leaves
at  12:55 a.m.
South train leaves Revelstoke at
7:35 a.m., arriving back nt 4:15 p.m.,
connecting here with No. 13.
I.(IST—A Fox Terrier Pup, about six
months old. Black spot on back
and tail. Finder will be rewarded
on returning same to 0. Woodland.
Water & Light Department
NQTICE is heeby given that
CDiTimencing Nov. 1st, an increase
of 20 per cent, will be made on
light rates to subscribers outside
but bordering on City limits. September and October and future
installations to be arranged under
agreement and a minimum amount
guaranteed monthly for a period
of five years.
By Order,
BRUCE LAWSON,
Nov. 4-3t City Clerk.
O. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp,  No. 224.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen arc
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Com. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Olerk.
NOTICE.
Having been presented with a very
large petition of the rate payers of
the city, requesting mc to oflcr myself ns a candidate for thc office of
mayor for 11112, I take this opportunity of thanking my friends for
their support nml confidence nnd announcing myself us a candidate; and
if elected will promise to do my utmost for the welfare of the city.
W.  H.   SUTHERLAND.
1
the I
Hie Run
'll'     ,„:'.
I
* *   '   ii, thi
police   m
running.
Tin* ■**. I to ■'■'ni'' I' ■    '■ in,
*"l:       'I'll      i        ' I     II  .
ous un'*     upon  them i b
meed tbem     I ■ it how ''*
happens!  thai  these    •■ p ae * (i "l i s
Vol Vers   .s   m.t   known,   hut   thi       in
' Ihool    i** !   ' Ii ■   i. 'miii   ih .. i ,r,i'
,.nlv    Tvi'il  tn deepen  'lie   i" rei      nf
I lie    mi ,,W(|    Which    lie: e     iH' I    I '''111    .'''I  !
when   pre   Ml   I    cln in    i'mii :*■!*:  I.*,iled
I,, l.c  of  benefit   lo them.
I'mii. •   all    Hi**   «i*Mk\.    Iimi i 'tiWlei
mm/t¥ismFVi!aT.i$-9dfs»r.yx
The Hand
That Cooks
The Dinner
Is tbc hand that rules the world.
In spite of what they say about
"cradles", the ttlnvti is the all-important factor in "home-rule"   A
WOXFORl
Chancellor
■ . larai ti • ll ii the "I.and" will keep your home moving in the
right direction of economy and health.
Please '.ill and ice our line of CHIRNEY-OXFOR!) STOVES and
f "'.'.'.I*.-, il.at .om built and sold on honor,   'J he Chancellor and Imperial
Oxford an* equipped with the Oxford Economizer,    (onu: and   let  us
ihow you how this marvellous device saves time and fuel by a single touch
; how it holds fire, and directs odors up the chimney,
I   '   Dividing Oven Strip guides heat equally all over the oven—a
'.ing Insurance.   The Rcvenible Grate saves time and fuel-waste.
1 * with other star features make ui proud to shun* the Gurney-Oxford
line.   Design    finish-workmanship—all these details
we want to demonstute to your entire satisfaction.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristors,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial Rank Building Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Olllces—Rovelstoke,    B.   0.,     and
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Rovelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT  SMITH,
Provinoial   Land   Buveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
Mckenzie avb.,
box  106,  revelstoke.
H
WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
Box. 232, Revelstoke.
Plans and      Specilications  prepared
for     all    classes     of  buildings, Etc.
Draughting and Blue Printing.
LIQUOR ACT,  l'JIO.
Notice is hereby given tbat, on tbo
first day of December next, applictt-
i.*_a will be mude to thc Superintendent of Provincial Police lor
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retuil in the hotel knouu
as the St. Leon hotel, situate at St.
Leon, in tbe Province of British
Oolumbia.
Dated this 28th day of Se,*te.T.ur,
liill. ii)iiH.
HERBERT  COUSINS, Applicant
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Notice iB hereby given thut on the
lirst duy of December next, applica-
tian will be made to the Superintendent of Provlnolal Police for
i. newal of the hotel license to sell
liquor hy retail in the hotel known
uri tbo Union hotel, situute at Arrowhead, in tho Province of British Co'
lumbia.
Dated this Uth day of October, l'Jll.
W.J.  LIGHTBURNE,  Applicant.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Tako notice that Jumes A. Shields,
oi Hevelstoke, Uritish Columbia, oc-
cupution, Pucker, intends to apply
lor permission to purchuse tbe follow
nig described lunds:
i uiiiiiii'iM in*' ut a post planted at
the South West Corner of Lot 27V*r
Group 1, West Kootenay District, B.
'., and murked "Jumes A. Shields'
bouth East Coruer Post," thence
■a est about twenty chains more or
less to the Bouth-east corner of Lot
2il2, Group I, tbence north 40 chuius
taeiice eust 20 ehuins moro or less to
tue north-west corner of Lot 2773,
thenee south 40 chains to point of
commencement, and containing SO
acres more or less.
Dated  August 29th, 1911.
JAMES   A.   SHIELDS.
Andrew  Kitson, Agent.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notico is hereby given that, on tho
li. ut duy of December next, application will be mude to the Superintendent of Provincial Polico for
rt newal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Glacier House, situiti at (lla
cur, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated  this  28th duy  of  September,
1*11. 3Uds.
Canadian  Pacific  Railway  Company,
Applicant.
ft WKDNRSDAY,   NOV.   Sth,   1911
TIHIim: IMl^IIL-IBIIEIR-A.LID,   EEYELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  NOV.   Sth,   1911
See special window displays.
Revelstoke's Department Store
ft B. flume & Co.. £imited
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.
J3C Dry Goods Department A.
Fen-Angle Cashmere Hose
For ladies—in black, absolutely
seamless, pure wool, and full size
knit. You have our word for it that
they are the best hose to be had for
the money. 50C
Friday Bargains
in the Dry Goods Department
500 yards
Cream,White and Ecru Nets
Pourit dee Esprit, etc., 75c goods, for
25c per yard
100 yds Paisley Silks, etc.
75c goods.   Friday at
25c per yard
100 yards Shepherd Checks
and other Dress Goods at
25c per yard
White Bear Coats for Bahy
The cutest little coit we have yet shown
Pome 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 ('■ oths, also
coats in Tweeds, Pony Clotht, etc., at
reasonable prices.
New Lot of Ladies'Umbrellas
Some of the 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; .warranted not to shrink, fashioned knit to fit:
in white or natural, lovely goods,  at per
garment
$1.25
300 White Lawn Waists
regular $1.00 to $1.50, at
Friday Bargain 50c
White Flannelette Nightgowns
In colors and white, any size, up to the
large sizes. This is an exceptionally nice
lot of gowns; some with French neck and
short sleeves, from
$1.00 to $5.00
House Furnishing Dept
Carpet Squares
We have just taken in stock a
, lot of the famous Schuman Axminster
Squares. Oriental and conventional
designs. Also small rugs. These
are exceptional values and very
pleasing effects.
Drap
eries
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. Colors Red, Green
and Brown.
L
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.
Yon will do well to examine these
goods.
Wa 11 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
Ladies'
Dress Slippers
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 attractive imported overcoatings. We are
exclusive agents for 20th Century
Brand garments.
Prices, $25 to $30
The new ones have just arrived, bright,
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 foot 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,  flat silk bow,
short vamp, the dressiest of them all-
Price, $4.00
BLACK KID SLIPPERS-Four straps,
steel cut beads, Cuban heel, short vamp-
Price $4.50
BLACK   KID   PUMPS-Ankle  strap,
and 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
m% High Class Groceries i%
T
eas
It pays to push an article, lt pays
to push it to some purpose. We are
pushing Sunbeam Tea in bulk at
40c. and 50c. per pound. We waste
no energy whatever in advocating
thc qualitv ofthe tea because people
who have bought it once will buy it
again. The intrinsic merit this tea
backs up tlie highest praise you can
give it.
Coffi
ee
We arc always gaining golden
opinions from our customers when
we send them a package of our famous fresh ground Mocha and Java
Coffee. The quality of ihis high
grade Coffee is endorsed by thousands of delighted users. Try a
pound if you have not used it before.
Fruits
We arc Still receiving a few shipments of fruits for preserving and
can lill your orders for prunes, pears
peaches, quinces and grapes. The
season will soon bc over and if you
have not put up anv fruit 1)0 IT
NOW.
Extract
racts
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 ali in one.
Codfish
The dry Codfish if packed and
cured in tbc proper way is as fine a
change as you can wish for. We
have the finest and best cured drv
codfish that we could procure and if
you want conclusive proof get a
small quantity and put them to the
test.
Cups and Saucers
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. WEDNESDAY,  NOV.   sth    1911
THE MAIL-HEEALD,  EEYELSTOKE
WRPNKSnAT,  NOV.   Sth.   1911
FCR HOME TRAVEL
COMING EVENTS
Special
Sale
BARGAINS
Closing-
Prices
Women's Department
cA  Special Sale
Oi Girls'   Winter   Coals
Ol  Ladies'  Winter Coats
Of Ladies'  Top Skirts
Of Ladies Fall Costumes
Ol Ladies' Furs
Oi' Ladies' Sweaters
Ol Mis es and Children's
N'avy Blue Serge  Dresses
RUBBERS   RUBBERS
o?vlen's Ladies' and Children's
All  the diflerent varieties al llie  lowest pi ices
CHEN'S DEPARTMENT
Men's Tweed Overcoats
Sale Price $13.50
Men's Tweed Sui s
Sale Price $12.00
Men's Odd  I'ants at per pair
$2.00 and up
Men's Heavy Working  Boo's,
every pair warranted.
Sale Price $3.50
Men's  frank  Slater-Stridcr  fine Hools
ate llie  best.
Millinery-
New arrivals in NEW HATS
at LOW PRICES
REID & YOUNG
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Howson's  lead in  Carpet and  Lin-
ins.
A   handy.   comfortable  aDd  durable
cutter, tor sale-Box 206, city.     t.c.
Boys    Boys     buy your sleighs   at i
Howson's.
Mrs.  Fairbaim,  ■■', Toronto,  ie th'
guest  nf  Mr.  ..n-J  Mis*   F.W.   Laing.
Mr. C.  K.  Lindmark     i- on a busi
t*,e-.- visit t.. Calgary and Wetasfclwln
The Ban l ■•> Hope will meel .it .i 45
on Friday afterrfoon in the city.
Hall.
Senatoi   Sii  John Corllng, "1 I.""
don, Ont., .lied at his home there i.n
lay night.
sl  note tbo cash prices in    ll"«
.   ... :.,';,m.v and compare them with
eastern prices
Horse  Blankets,  weather Btrlp   tor
loors an*l windows, coal oil heaters,,
irne Bros.
Por the liest display   *! dishes ever
-;.. ,*.■■!  .ii     Revelstoke,  see    How
. ■ .  show  window.
Sir  Wm.   McKen ,    sayi   that thru'
•   tins  will  ho    run
ning into S'ancouver :n two years.
I'.V R '- gross earnings lor the
reek   n   I Ictobtel   were  (3,676,000
■ *-•   .ti the hist, ry  of the I  *
Mr.   .1.   K    Watson,  Mus.   Hue .  Or
Voice Oil
.   -*. -;.t   - aging, Sixth street
Mi    Tl        Cunn   gbam,  chief  fruit
lor  the   in*..vine.,    was    In
i* on Moi l.i\   Inspecting  Kast
.  ; ts ol apples.
anothei    on«    Canada
ne I.*.mil packages a<
i ■- per package.     Be sun
.    argftinSi at
S    I'o.'K.
> members .•• L.O.L
Ig  an   "at  home"
*    their ft       -       Selkirk  Hall    to
..-'.I    -..'...-ram
Wot
•    .*
ts I ttie. I
ill
■ ■   i   .'.
CHALLENGE    BRAND   EGGS
We have just received our winter stock ol* this
celebrated brand. Let us quote you a price by the
case.    Every egjr guaranteed.
AYRSHIRE    ROSE    BUTTER
None better: not any as good. If you
take your winter requirements we will
give you a price that will satisfy.
A. HOBSON,
MACKENZIE   AVENUE
Look  At This
We have ninety cords of good, clean, dry cedar in 1-1 antl
16 inch lengths. We also have cedar, fir and hemlock
mixed.   Get your orders in early for immediate delivery.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES LIMITED
II     Hill        a
■ V
The Pringle \lan-Ru\ep Co.
The Pringle Van Anker St..ok Co.,
opened their first engagement in the
city on Monday night to a very good
audience, considering th.' weather.
"The Man on the Box," taken from
•;i,* novel ol the s;inu* name, was
the Momedy offered, and the company
avc :, splen ii.l performani •■ Miss
rt ingle and C K. \ an Anker being
exceptionally clever. The entire com
; ,',*. gave excel 1*. nt support, In tact
the support! ng company is much
ti i   than the usual  Btock company
"The  Man  on the  Box"  was  '
-tani'.l  and  thi' gowns  worn  bs  M.-
Pringle were handsome
•■The Girl of the Golden West" was
■ :   an 1  w i- thoi
ly  i na*;..■!    Tonight   "V irried   I.;'. "
in   Kn * *■   will  !"■ givi n
Miss Pringle    and    Messrs  Mitchell
and  Bryoell have agreed  -        1
ID   ordei   to    :»'.   every   i
lerenl
and owii
ll, ... sioke has I,.i.l  *;
companl - i'i'' past  m
WIST        llll.'t* !■■!■', I
ivershowed
■    *      [ten  -utlet    i
prices  were reduced
-...,*       not   I*.*''., l-i*   Ha'   *    .* ,    :■■'■
■ i-i,.r. hut  because of  ■ ■■
Tbi
:   ihould  ilo  a   hit'  lm
pected to reach a point 2'1 miles east
■ ■'. Tete .Innne Cache hefore the mid*
llle ..I   the  month.
Squally rapid progress is expected
tu he made with the completion of
Inn null'*, of the gap :icr..ss central
i • sh i .olumbia, between Aldermere
n Bulkley valley and Tete Jaune
Cache. Th" right nl way along th..
south   foi m tl     !■'• '*   ! point
50 nn!.*-   west "'     Tete Jaune I
.1  Fort  . !e
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fur
\. I •: mere in  the *lir
ake
A pork ng  . *.  "p-
meel up j
■ -   k. fi v. w elch ,v   -•   * i
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thi - Uu..-    ti I
ithc      \        t       sward     will
I!    *.'.:*    .* I
Progress on G. T. P. Rapid
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mi. mled
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y. M. C. K. Notes
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rom 9
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BEWS'   l)lM'(i   STORK
XMAS PAPETRJES
\ ivindowful   it
35c. each or 3 for $I.0C
|;, ■ ■ ■       ',  ..'l    lliis
I*. : *       .     *
ROCKY   -'MOUNTAIN
XMAS  POST   CARDS
75c per dozen
RF.XAI.l. Col '.   THlaels   ind
REXALL Cherrv Courh  Syrup
.I''
lo dea
NKW   BOOKS
"Life l'.*«i
h irle Corell
' \\i svei rl |1r'- '"ls
\1  rtle ic*1     1
"The i ollowing ti il"   ''
i lorem    l'**il' laj     ' '
I*... *. |n|' -  ind the
rtkl'l inn.      flolman I'*'       I
Mar; ,M-..Mi..., .-»
Ban Mi (»'.i,.,,;]     \.i
"Mothei fare      ' Ii'i •-
K.il.I >  or:*'  tt
Tin: HKXAM, Hm <; «TORK
.*'   m-      -nt-    *'   the
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ttie
'
Religious Work
noon      .'  3 c o'clock     M
l'it"i,
i, •   ,i.   dc  impoi tanl
•
nm*
fcp'd m'c ot Oipfttheria
■ ,„■
*  the
•n.ir school! I   '"•
if     ,i>  sphttmlc   ■•'   l.plit.lwrla,
I ThcwI
*
I     '
,;*,.;       .:. • i ■ I bj   *    rtring
Kvery 'bill  thai  succeeded  .»  biting
' .-oni   .11   Inter.
John P. Clum Urges the Seeing
of American Sights first
"It is estimated that from Janu -
ary 1 to October 1 of this year tlie
people ol the United States and Can
ada spent JlHl.ONl.OOO in European
travel. While travel iu foreign lands
is desirable and of great educational
value, yet many thousands of our
people who go across the sea have
seen little and know less ot their
own country," said .lohn tl. Clum
at. Central Congregational church last
evening in llie course of a beautifully
illustrated and intensely interesting
lecture on California, says the Winni
peg Free Press. "See Kurope it you
must, hut s, .* America lirst." he added.
The   leet ure.   which   was   under     the
I auspices of the young People's soole-
| ty of Christian Kn.l.'.ivor, was well
attended, tin* large auditorium ol
Ui' church being tilled Ion.*; before the
leet ure   began.
Mr. Clum. formerly a lecturer for
th' United States government, was
introduced hy Rev. Dr. dames 1..
Gordon, who said that he was pleased to note by the good attendance
I'hei'i'ady appreciation uf the opportunity presented of hearing a lecture
hy mntan of such renown as John tl.
Clum. whu was a world-wide traveller and a lecturer of many years experience.
Over 200 stereoptlcon views nnd
moving pictures were exhibited, and
were without doubt among the finest
ever exhibited in this city. Thc dissolving effects as manipulated hy the
skill?.! operator assisting Mr. Clum
were particularly good and added
great interest to the lecture. One
dissolves quickly into the next; an
atternoon sky becomes a sunset; a
cataract in still life begins tumbling
and plunging, all without tbe fraction of a second's delay.
The views shown include scenes on
the Columbia river, Puget Sound,
Mount Shasta, Shasta Springs and
Mossbrea Kails, Santa Barbara and
its romantic old mission and scores
of others.
The moving picture .subjects include
Flower festivals, glimpses of Golden
Gate park, along the surf line, games
ar Del Monte, some wonderful waterfalls, the march of the mission monks
a Yosemite camp tire, feeding 100,000
pigeons, among the citrus groves, a
regiment of ostriches, climbing Mt.
Lowe, alligators galore, honoring tbe
sailor dead, a irip to Catallna, "A
fairy isle en a summer sen," all of
which were very clearly shown and of
su'licicnt length to interest the spectators.
Honoring the sailor dead showed
the beautiful practice ihe United
states people have of strewing the
shore line with flowers in honor of
those whose lives have hern lost in
the country's naval an*.! marine ser-
similar in purpose to the decor-
it "ii lav ceremonies fo. the military
lead Climbing Mt. Lowe gives some
difficulties encountered
and the beautiful scenery met within
mountain climbing. The picture of
the mon*- of Santa Barbara is th.'
"illy moving picture of the kind ever
allowed i      * photographed.
•Mr. Hum is an eloquent speaker,
ry, together with the
re in throwing the var-
-. th' screen exactly
■ moment, made the lec-
llow. A feature ofthe
tbe fund of anecdote and
- ■'■ hy the speaker,
i. a conversation-
" ■■■ tertainment a
*' through *■, .
fitl enter) ....
-   ,n I in *
......Kit i.'i
': '" • ery had been
had
■
*
r * * - * ,     .   ,
at    all  h
'.'■ through
ii,, Homing   Mnke    glad
ti... i,, ,. i | * n fi end 'iih a
nii photo *' yourself, tnk'-n bj
Tnin ii.*.   .ui I   Thol pe,   .il   the  Inle   It.
II I i i>. ml.li'M I ii,I*.. VV.* ue dolOg
t.br  latest  ntvl. ?t.
W. f. fielding for London
H
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the '.pin
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t'fi:
a   tbe
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'in-  ,ii     leasl
target "f wiiith ot   :,
.■ic„t   tell...,,  ,,i ii,*  i.f.,.,.,i     part}
mi    u ',,,11,1   ,,f   ins   |, i      i.ii. *,*   ui    jo
Ing   '"   I !m    , „.||||| y   on    Hi''   qui
reel pi oclt)
Nov. 30—Mark Hamburg the great
Russian Pianist, at the Kdison
theatre.
December B.—Masquerade Hall, under
auspices of Kire Brigade No. I, In
the   Opera   House.
Dec. 18—O.P, Walker presents the Wm
Yule company in the Rivals, at th
l'Misou theatre.
Ian. 26—The famous Ferguson's Jubilee Singers considered the hest col
ored concert company on the road.
Kdison Iheatre.
Keb. 'Hi—The Castlesijuare Water
tainers in high class concert at tbo
BJdlson theatre.
WANTED—Pair     second     hand     Bob
sleighs,   must  be   in  good  repair.*
.1.   11.   Johnson,   Malakwa  or  Mail-
Herald Oilier. 2t.
Will the party of young folk who
removed the rope from tbe cart, on
McKenzie avenue on tbe evening of
llallow'ccn, kindly leave the same at
lhe otlice of II.N. Coursler, and all
will  he forgiven.
Furnished live roomed bouse for
r. nt at once oil Fourth street.—H.N.
Coursier.
Christmas Fancy Work
It is time you were Retting busy at your Christmas
tifiB We are headquarters for everything in fancy
work here and you will always find our stock complete.   We have just received a new lot of
PATTERNS FOR STAMPING
including Pillow Cases and Towel Ends, Cosies, Work
Hags, Night Dresses, Corset Covers, Doylies, Centre Pieces, etc., and can stamp you anything you
require.
TINTED NOVELTIES
in Cuslvon Tops, Centres, Scarves, Work Bags, Tie
Holders anil a dozen other pretty pieces.
THREADS AND WOOL
Berlin wool, all shades, in 2, 4 and 8 fold Belding
Silks in Filo. Royal and Rope Silks, Peri Lasta, 1).
M C, Klostersilk. Hoops, Needles, Stillettos, etc.
SEE OUR WINDOW.
"^
cTWcLennan C& Co.
Better Than a Bank Account
is an account with us on a few lots in
THE COMING C. N. R. CENTRE
We predicted that our property in Moose Jaw would soon adv.nee and tho36 who
took advantage of our advice receive this week the benefit of an advance of
from $20 to $50 per lot. The same thing will soon apply ti our Kindersley property. We have sold over 50 lots in the growing town of Western Saskatchewan
and have only a few more to dispose of at the old price of $i)0 each. Now is
your opportunity a small amount down and a few dollars each month will secure you a few of these choice lots.
Kindersley
Kindersley
Kindersley
Kindersley
Kindersley
Kindersley
Kindersley
Is a new town with an assured future,
is only one year and a half old and has over 70 of a population and still growing fast.
is a Divisional point 125 miles west of Saskatoon.
will be a C. N. R. Centre with five railways.
will be a great distributing Centre.
is the Centre of a Fine Farming  District.
will be a second Moose Jaw.
Buy Now in ROSEDALE, KINDERSLEY. a Sure Money-Maker
Lots Now Only $90 Each. $10 down. $5 a month.
We have several good buys in Revelstoke property.
J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
E. G. Foley, Manager
Mackenzie Avenue
t he    K ;
nm mites
I'..**, mmi*   mirlli'V    .lll'l    Il'l'
,ll    ll0W90B'».
yur
i l-'l   .It,   I I'll    I IWH    1 'nl li'-l' lent I
■ ,      ii*n  mi Tuesday for
... ii.-n- ne will t.tiuly to   bt
nriiii    lend    Hiirviyi.r.
. :,. Mi    Gal -t.m.s nmile ninny
.1,.i in- will ii" greatly wtoaGd
i,*i dramatic rirdei
I
.   H   Bunt-tag, "I SI   Oothnrln««
• ,t a  i„y oi town    Mi   Hun
apreunl im- Hi * Dominion De
i ire   n chari f
■ ■ lal ni'i'i.i v  i"'" 'I 'ti 111	
mm! ii,- tti" tt mt     Industry     of
:.,    Mi    ii inini,'  virile ime waa
■ , ,,i*mim i i,v \ii   Thoa   Aiulal ol
the  Home  i inch   he   ■■ i    vei v  much
mpi*■ . i   '.tii tho   mtlook  ol    Na
tin ling dli 'i i'i   ii»   ii
i centre,
Mi. Mike Vlogllng iini launi b
t;tiM new gasoline launch, it li 2c ft
I* ii - iii**! he lum installed (l ppMrhll
■i'i, m hi i *■ po vet engine. Mi. Vine
l.ni- In forme nt ti * Intptwli to rent hia
11 lol l"■*' log nnd excursion l>nr
1        it  .'un   lime dny or nleht.
Mi... S;iniii("id   who hai been vis*
itlng her sister  Mrs.   Kennedy  ul  the
hoapltal, received the aad news of the
denth of  hpi   husli'iii.l nt   Victoria.
The l.ii'iien a..I i.i the Presbyterian
church will hold „ bazaar nnd sale ol
work in the opera house on    Thurs-i
day,
Nov.   .tlrd,  afternoon  and
Ing.
nn
Monday morning at 7 o
clock,
Nakusp was startled  by  the  tooting
"f the Iiii- alarm, when it WaB ilis-
COVered lhal Mr. Thos. Alirlels ware
house down near the C.I'.H. depot
was on lire, It burned so rapidly thnt
by the time the nun arrived on the
SCeneM was a mas- irf Humes nml it
was Impossible to Have any of thc
contents, it was only by the determined efforts ol ihe I'lii.'i'ns that the
adjoining warehouses ol the 0. P, H.
and K. vi Jordan & Oo, were saved.
The origin ol the lire is unknown, no
sidy innl i..*. ti in the warehouse since
I'm lav     evening,  it.    was at tirst
■ '*d   that a spark from n   passing
ii-iii* hnl oaused it, but that is
hardly possible, as the building was
quite wel ft"in the recent rains and
llso Ml Warren Nelson. who dis
covered  it   first  stated it  started   in-
i.   the building,   fortunately    Mr.
Abrlel'l stork was not heavy,     con
sisting ul a quantity of hay, fifty
rases of cream and hall a, ton of
beans, all of which are g total loss,
as   theie   was   no   insurance   00   stock
or   I.ml.Inu-.
The annual ball of the Nakusp hospital takes  place on November 30th
At a meeting ot the Dramatic flub
it wns deoided to put on n play ut
once. Mr, I). T. Bulger wns elected
stage  mnnnger.
Mr. A. !'. Ynder hns built u tobap-
mm slide from bis ollice to the sta
tion. be expects to be. uble to grab
bis Imt bit thc slide und strike tho
station   in  three  seconds.
A comfortable two storey house for
sale on Fourth street.—Apply to H.
N.  Coursler. t.c.
Furnished Five-roomed bouse for
rent at one on Fourth street.--H.N.
Coursler. t.c.
LOST—A Fox Terrier Pup, nbout six
months old. Black spot on buck
and tall. Finder will lie rewarded
on returning sume to (1. Woodlnnd.
A comfortable  two storey hOUS-S fOT
sale on Fourth Btrect.-H.N. Couvstor

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