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PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 17-No. 83
REVELSTOKE B. C. OCTOBEK 2i. 1911
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HIGHEST GRADE TOOLS FOB
CAPneNTEBS or Builders.
HARDWARE
JfTHAT 15
'>      J    fclGHTIN
QUALITY
^ PRICE
A goodiiworkman USES good ;tools.igood
TOOLS COST NO MOKE THAN POOR TOOLS. WITH
THE BEST TOOLS NEITHER WORKMAN NOR TOOLS
LOSE THE TEMPLR. THE TOOLS WE SELL ARE
SHARP AND REMAIN SHARP. WHILE OUR TOOLS
ARE EVEN TEMPERED. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. NO
SHARP PRACTICE USED BY US. ONLY TO PLANE
DOWN THE PRICE.
THIS PLANE TALK. AND ALWAYS ON THE SPUARE.
NOT OUT WITH THE HAMMER AGAINST OUR COMPETITORS BUT MEET THEM AND THE PUBLIC ON
THE LEVEL.   GIVE US A CHANCE TO SHOW YOU.
L
awrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
PRESENTATION AND ADDRESS
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Rae i.ecip-
ients of Silver Baking Dish
Tne Revelstoke Amateur Dramatic
Olub presented Mr. nnd Mrs. D. M.
Hac on their departure for Calgary,
on Thursday of last week, with n
handsome silver baking dish. The
following address was nlso r«ad:—
Revelstoke, B. 0., Octolier 17, 1911
To Mr.  and  Mrs.  I).   M.   Rae: —
As a slight token of our esteem,
and ns n remembranoe ol the many
good times wc have bad together, we
ask you to arrept this token of uur
appreciation ol your serviced to the
Dramatic Art, and especially to our
cluh. We trust that yon will prosper
in your new venture, that your Interest in the Drama will never wane,
ami that you will often in the gloam
in' think over some of the scenes,
where we endeavored to proi ray smne
of the characters of the caste, an.l
we trust when the final hell has heen
rung on the closing scenes of our
lives, and the curtain has dropped
for the last time, thnt on the new
stage of the Great Beyond, we may
all meet anil play our pans in that
new Kfe where there are no more
partings.
W. M.  LAWRENCE,
President Revelstoke Amateur
Dramatic Olub,
Bad Freight Wreck
Brandon, Man., Oct, 19—A freight
wreck occurred on the Canadian
Northern Winnipeg-R-egina 'line at
Raiston, 25 miles west of here, on
Wednesday evening and the line is
still blocked. Several cars of wheat
jumped the track as a result of the
rails spreading. Thc cars were badly
smashed and the wrecking train has
had great difficulty in clearing the
road. The passenger train from the
West today may have to go to Winn*
peg  via  Belmont.
HON. ROBERT ROGERS
Minister of the interior Coming
Out to Western Canada
$2.50 Per Year
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THE ALLEN PIAYERS
flayed to Tacked Houses All
This M
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otfloo—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
6,000,000.00
5 944,278.00
5,944,278.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points la Canada.
Agents in tin- u Britain and Ifnited -Suies—London, England,
LloyiK Itmk, Limited. Chicago- First National Bank, Corn Kx-
abmnge Nation*1 lU.ilt. Seattle---Seattle National Bank, 9»n Francisco - Wells Fargo NeTada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank P9n<*rtment
Deposits of $1 and upward, roceivuu, «ud interest allowed at
current rate from dale of deposit.   Correspondence eolicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. 8. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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V. M. C. A, NOTES
There may he some men who would
like to put in a few hoursin the gym
between trains. Anyone so desiring
may make "arrangements with Ute
physical director and receive the lien-
elit of instruction, or they may enter tbe (iym and get agood workout
by themselves.
This same oiler applies to any business or professional men in the city
who cunnot attend th-e regular Busi
ness Men's class. For those who can
not attend lhe regular gym classes
and take the regular work, the director will after consultation prescribe special exei'cises which can be
followed out at home. We aim to
correct such defects as round shoulders, weak lungs, weak heart, and advice will be given on diet, sleep, fresh
air  and  methods  of bathing.
WINTER UNDERWEAR
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN
A nice range of warm underwear, all
sizes, in the best woolens of English
and Canadian makes.
Mrs. A* G. Crick, * First Street
P. BURNS C& CO., LIMITED
OYSTERS SPRING CHICKENS
IMPERATOR AND SHAMROCK HAMS
AND   BACON
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
Robin Hood Flour Beats Them All
Mrs. H. N. Coursier carries off two first prizes
with ROBIN HOOD FLOUR. The special prize
we offered and also for the best loaf from any
flour. If you want pood bread use Robin Hood —
the (lour of quality.
G. W. BELL
P. O   Box 708
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
The Hoy's llible class meets on Sun
day morning at 10 o'clock. This
class is open to all boys in the city
from 11 to 14 years of age. Thc
class is dismissed at 10:15 giving
them ample time to attend the regit
lar morning church service.
A meeting ot all interested in Basket ball is called for Monday night
Trom 7:30 to S o'clock. A large attendance of the basket ball fraternity
is fully expected. Accept this cordial invitation and be on hand promptly please.
Th' enrollment in the classes is
stenaily increasing. There is room
for all who wish to tnke up the exercise which is best suited to their
peculiar needs. On Monday the Senior wreatlinj class begins, with T.
Hope in charge. Mr. Hope need.; no
introduction to those of Revelstoke
who are interested in this splendid
branch of gymnastics. Wrestling will
be taken up every Monday.
Tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 the
militia will escort Sir Andrew Fraser from his private car to the Association building where he will address the men of Revelstoke oo "His
Work In India." This Is a treat
which many of our citizens In the
Dominion would travel miles to bear
The meeting will be held in the gymnasium and special music will be a
feature ot the meeting. Thc only
meeting that Sir Andrew will address
while in oui city will bc tlie meeting
at the Y.M.C.A., hence if you wish to
hear one ol the great servants ol the
Uritish Umpire it will behoove every
man to lay bis plans accordingly. A
hearty welcome awaits you. f'ome
aiong and bring your gentleman
friend.   The hour Is 3:30  p.m.
Mr. A. S. McAlister, secretary of
the Kenora Railroad Association, la
spending a few days in Revelstoke to
assist us in semiring our 5-fHl members
We appeal to every member to talk
to their chums nbout the campaign.
Kvery rnad man of Revelstoke should
identify themselves with one of the
greatest brotherhoods ol the continent. No lime like the present. Mr.
MrAlister is highly plenwd with the
work accomplished yesterday twenty
mtmbWI having been secured. He
wishes to state that he never met a
group of men who more readily re-
-mm.tided to an appeal which is entire
ly in the interest nf the men individually and ai a community.
This is the fourth visit of the Al-
Itn Players in Hevelstoke, und marked improvements bave hecn noticed
in  thc company  on every  occasion.
According to tha advance notices
ol the press agent it was expected
chat something better than ever be-
lore wus coining, but it is uo exag -
aeration to say thut Ihe company
can now rank with the best on the
American continent as far as stock
.'iimpanies are concerned. People
vvill pay from one dollar to two dollars to see companies wliicb cannot
.'.nine up to the standard of the
Allen Players, and many people Imagine that because tbis company advertise popular prices, they are one
if the "ordinary" stock aggregation
l'o such people the suggestion it
■ nade to attend tbe shows uud be con
• meed.
There  are     many      musical   shows
vblch appear here at high prices and
their     music is not to lie   compared
..ith the selections rendered by     the
loyal   Hungarian    Cjuartette,   This
liiartette hus givt to lie heard to he
.ppreciuted.
Un Wednesday night the Allen Play
rs  presented   "Christopher   dunior,"
a screaming comedy, brimful of corneal      situations,      nnd  the  audience
horoughly enjoyed it.
On Thursday night Miss Felton ad-
led  [resh  laurels to her alreuay high
reputation,      hy    her      portrayal   ol
Glory     Quayle In "The     Christian,"
Hall  Oaine's  well  known drama.    Ot
ourse  the  public  have come to    ©t-
, ect very much  of Miss Felton,    and
that young lady has at no time impaired   her  credit  with   tbe  lovers ol
lhe drama.   The part of Ulory Quayle
s one      which  makes great demands
,n  tlie strength  of an actress,    but
it no  time  did  Miss Felton falterf
In   Mr.  Hurry  Cornell, Manager  AI-
jn  bus  secured  a  talented  actor,  he
lias a  good    voice  and  a   tine stage j
iresence.   He is  a  man  ol  education
nd refinement, and possesses a thor-
,ugh   knowledge  of   the   requirements
f the  stage.   As  John    Storm      he
ucceeded  in     winning the conlidencc
i the  audience.   In  the climax scene
I the third act Mr. Cornell and Miss
li'elton   had   their  great   opportunity,
nd  they  took  advantage  ot  it, winding  the   unstinted  applause   of    the
audience.
The scenery and stage settings are
receiving all kinds of favorable criticism in town aid it is doubtful
whether anything as artistic has ev
■r been  seen  on  the local  stage.
Next week should sea packed houses
every night at the Bdison theatre, as
h'3 company have got some of their
est plays to produce yet. If spaoe
would permit, much could be said ol
the capabilities of the various members ot the Allen Players, but suffice
it to say that there has not yet been
a weak character in any ol the pro -
ductions nnd that Is more thnn can
be aaid ol the average stock company.
Fernie, B.C., Oct. 20—Nothing has
developed from the supposed operators' conference which was said to be
in session in the Frank district this
week.
The miners nre not hearing from
the operators and there Is no progress
to report regarding the strike situation in the aistrict, except thc receipt of the following telegram and
Secrotary Carter's answer thereto:—
"Ottawa, Ont., Oct. Ill—A.J. Garter, Fernie, II. C—I am directed hy
the minister of labor to inform you
that the Hon. Robert Rogers, minister of the interior, will probably he
in Lethbridge on Wednesday, Oct. 25,
on mutters connected with tbe interior department. The minister of labor has thought you may desire to
take advantage of Mr. Rogers' presence at Lethbridge to place before
him on behalf of the employees the
present situation of the dispute between the eonl operators and former
employee!), I am Instructed to add
that in the event of your doing so
the Hon. Mr. Rogers will be pleased
to do what may he possible to assist
In promoting a settlement in the
long standing dispute.—F.A. Ackland
deputy  minister  of labor."
Secretary Carter lms just sent the
[ollowing reply:—
"To F. A. Ackland, Esq., deputy
minister of labor, Ottawa, Ont—Ac-
iuowledging yours of the nineteenth
instant, on behalf of district IS. M.
IV. of A., would say that we would
e pleased to confer with the Hon.
Robert Rogers and comply with your
■niggeation te the presentation of tho
•■resent situation.—A.  J.  Carter."
This would indicate a re-opening of
the subject by officials of the new
uovcrnment, and the meeting next
Wednesday will lie eagerly looked forward to by the miners.
HEATING STOVES'
We have a large stock of Relle
Oak, Sunbeam Oak, Hoi Blast
Airtight and other heaters,
with specially heavy grates
and linings, at prices to suit
all. Our shipment of Kootenay and Sask-Alta Ranges is
also due anil we will be able to
fill all orders.
Hay, Flour and Feed
Just unloaded a car of Kotal
Household Flow, one of Oats,
Wheat anil Mill reed and one
of Timothy Hay.
Choice Groceries
Fruits and Vegetables
BOURNE  BROS.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
a
P. M. H. Motes
The annual inspection ol F Co., R.
M.R., took place on tlie evening of
Oct. 18th, Col. Wadmore, District
Officer Commanding Military District
No. 11 being the Inspecting officer.
The Col. declared the whole proceedings turned out very fair and complimented the officers and men for
theinterest they  bad shown.
The Col. found tbe equipment in
good condition and gave the officers
some good advice on the way the interior workings of the company
should be run.
On lhc 19th Mr. C. F. Lindmark,
W. Bews, Lieut. Sawyer nnd Col Wad
tnoee formed themselves into an nuto
party nnd took a 12 mile spin thru'
the suburbs of Revelstoke, the Col.
expressed himself as delighted with
the trip and was surprised to see so
much valuable Farming lands surrounding the city He also had several suitable sites lor a military camp
pointed out.
Groceries and Men's Furnishings
Shipping Orders and Packs for the hills
always given careful attention.  Phone 93.
JOHN McINTYRE «\, SON.    P
if. OH
Message to His Majesty
Will Be Rejected by Defence
lms Angeles, Ort, 20— That any
mnn who attended the joint funeral
of the Times victims, where sixteen
Collins lay across lis' stage of a Los
Angeles theatre and heard the oration made on thnt occasion hy the
Rev. Robert .1. Burdette of the Tern'
pie Baptist church, is not and can
not be a lair and impartial juror was
the position taken today by ronnael
lor the defence in the MrNamara ease
It is said  to he unique.
It was annoum-od that where It can
be learned that a talesman sat
through the afternoon where woman
alter woman tainted under stress ol
emotional feeling induced by the
grim surrounding! and by the eloquence of the speaker, that talesman
will  be challenged for cause.
Whether the Rev. Mr. Ilurdette will
be summoned Into court to refresh
the memories of these men was not*
stated.
Notice to Housekeepers;—Why worry about cooking a turkey dinner for
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Thanksgiving,  when  the  Ladles  Aux-
Keep the date in mind,      Monday,' illary  lo the Y.M.C.A.     are serving
Oct. 30. Rebecca Lodge Dance ia the  0ne at 5:30 o'clock at the Y.M.C.A.
Opera House, building.
Message to His Majesty ((( kk:::::
Victoria, B.C., Oct. Ill—A veritablo
work of art, beautifully executed, is
Ihe illuminated address in which ure
•nivcyed to His Majesty King George
the homage and felicitations of bis
loyal subjects in this westernmost
Canadian province upon the occasion
of his coronation. The engrossing und
illumination ot the address have just
lieen completed by Mr. Owen ol Nanaimo, and it will now go forward
to London, Mr. J. H. Turner, agent
general lor Hrltish Columbia in the
Homeland, being required to present
it in due form to His Mnjesty. The
address, which is signed by "Richard
Mcllride, Prime Minister, for the people of Uritish Columbia," Is couched
in these terms:
"An humble addres*- to his Most
Fxcellent Majesty, George the Filth,
by the Grace nl God, of tbe United
Kingdom of Great lint.on und Ireland and of the Hrltish Dominion"
Beyond tiro Seas, King, Defender of
the  Faith,   KmisTor of India:
"Wc. the subjects of Your Majesty
residing in Dritish Oolumbia, desire
to assure Your Majesty of our unswerving loyalty to your person and
to thc Crown. We recall with pleas
ure the occasion of your visit to our
province, and we most humbly say
that tli." kindly feelings which were
then engendered have been Intensified
by succeeding  years. In sending
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Distributors for Swift's Products
Coast Sealed Oysters Smoked and Fresh Salmon
Smoked and Fresh Halibut Kippers Bloaters
Herrings Wild  Ducks
Brookfield Extra Creamery Butter
Sweet Clover Creamery Butter
Meadow Sweet Dairy Butter       Cold Spring Dairy Butter
Choice Fresh Killed Beef, Pork, Mutton, Lamb
Swifts' Premium Hams, Bacon, Leaf Lard
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
IT      /-.. a. — *
Phone 251
High Class Meat Purveyors
f. O. Box 181
Tailored Suits and Overcoats
FOR  MEN
Hundreds of them here, by far the largest
Assortment we have ever offered in the
City. No matter what ihe price you are
prepared to pay there is a Suit or Overcoat here to meet it. They have the stvle,
fit and cloth.
McRAE MERCANTILE CO.. LIMITED
Men's Furnishers
Hazing in London, Ont.
London,   (int.    Oct.   19—Tbe  brutal
hazing of llftcen    tre#braen    by      the
•eeond   year students  ot  the  Western
thin   Medical   Bohool   In   the  annual   IniUa-
.iKiniriince of our loyally anil of tho
prhle we feel in the flAfpIClo-UI event
of your coronation, we wish to express to Your Majesty the earnest
hope that Yonr MajeHly may long In
K|mreil to occupy the throne ol the
Umpire we nre convinced you nml
your distinguished ronnort will do
much to strengthen."
tion exercised yesterday, has aroused
tbo ire of many citizen*, and it is
probable the otlicials of lhe inatitu -
tion will  take thc matter up.
The Ireahmen were bound hand «nd|
loot lit the wiiiMil and driven to Te- ,
OUmeeh Park in n hay racli, and maul
I.aeer they were covered with shoe
blacking  and  planter  of  parisf
To conclude the performance, their
shoes were removed and the Ireeh-
mi>a rushed over a cinder track. Severn! lively scraps ecsued hut the
freshmen were oiitnninbered two to
one by their opponents.
Hiuing has been repeatedly for-
liiil.len by thc school faculty, hut the
practice continues each  year.
Thanksgiving Turkey   Supper at Y.
ed on
inures.
K.arb
A   special   table   in   being   arranged   from  a -fall of     molnmea
tor  the  children  at Y.M.C.A.  Turkey 'They were then  sheared bald
Supper, Thanksgiving Day »t &:?Q      Bone cllppere.
the   Journey by lorty  »opbo-,MCA   hy lh* I,a<,les Au»'»iary.
was   th«a    given a shampoo j    Don't fail to see     Ford draw cai***-
and  irlne. ' tonus in  ibe Presbyterian church   on
with ! Wednesday  evening,  Oct.  HMh.    Botfc
moral uud uOOTiBg. S.Vri'RIUY. OCTOBEB
1911
TI^IIE MAIL-HERALD, IREVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, 0CT0T1F.R 21, 1911
(T-
Fuel for Winter
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t.mmi iwim  mwmm.im.
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
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anterior publlsbino Company,
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Insertion, 5 cents per liue each
suhseiiueni insertion. Measurements Nonpariel 112 lines make
one incli.j ri'.oie aud general
busiue.s announcements ?2.lil) pel
inch i'er muuth. Preferred posi
tions, 25 per ceut. additional.
B.rths, Man*.ages and Deaths, 50c
each  insertion.
Laud uuti.es $7.50.   All adveitisc-
meuts subject to the approval ol
the management.      Wanted      und
Condensed       Advertisements  :  -
Agents Wanted. Help Wanted, Sil
uatuuis wanted,    Situatious    Vacant, Teachers Wanted. Mechanics
Wanted.  2i> «orus or    leas,    85c:,
each     additioual     liue IU cents
Changes     it.   standing advertise
ments    must   be   in    hy 9 a.  in.
Tuesday and Friday ol each week
to  secure  good  display.
C0RRE8P0NDKM K invited on mat
ters of public     interest.       Com
mumcations to Editor must     be
accompanied    by    name ot writer
not   necessarily    tor   publication,
but     as    evidence  of   good  laitb.
Correspondence should  lie brief.
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Including  postage  to  England,  United States and Canada.
By the year (through  postoffice)  J2.50
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OF INTEREST TO ll. C.
A legal contest ol much Interest to
property ■ irnen In the t.inner zones
.- no» ■ :. trial .it *^t. Helena, Ure.,
the issue being as to whether a tim-
permrts, through negligence, tbi starting ot a hre on his'
property, or any other person neg
ligentiy bundling tire, can be made
, ay a*-- damages double the     am-
istained through spread
ol the tire to adjacent property. Tuis
la tbc civil punishment in Oregon in
criminal    penalties
y the law-   The Qtstol the
. -I: it ol Dippold vs.
'lire Jennmgs-McRae company, lor
118,31 - ■   nd Eastman vs.
'ibe •   I. ie ci mpany     for
>•  ■       i losses sustained
i^st - . b Instance it l«-
log  iseerted that the management ol
tLe cumpa >      is lot  the star
ting   . this | ion ol
the 1 i *   ■.. ii J   11*   * ■■•- *
latu:- ed. it is ex
pecteii to it:,:- ., much greater    in-
t'uei.ce i.p'n th(    ■ " t fires
tbati ' I tbe code
By providing
propert)    uwn< r •••  the timbei
■ n    .
rli    foi .     •      latartud I
•    i      •'• ind II
*.*.: :    - --iit Lo   'very  pri pert)
. a: ■ ■      -. - ■   • ii •     Inn:     I    .,  Vigil
*■-..,.:. ne to see tbat bie
Interest*!   ire nol  improperly |eo*pard-
lined,   (me   uf     the    principal causes
tarting     ol
(oreat Ores I n the burning   ol
•lashings  al  tl ng se uon "I the
year.   The Oregon   la*        ■ ■'■">   Bpeci
tic in thir. respei t, ..nd it would     lie
easy to charge "hei    any
lire spread trom such a burn out    ol
season notl where  no permil has hei
i«. litor   Mall Herald:—
Wi,—ls 11 true thai tin* Y.M.C.A.
has been trying to arrange ttitli the
local    iiiiliiin   company to   form   a
.   l.ild   "I   lliillnl    Willi   till'   hand   till* Su
mdrew Kruser un Sunday atternoon'i
i so, it is not only an exhibition ol
i. id taste, but the securlai i/.atiuii ol
tne Lord's Iluy. Sir Andrew l-'rasi'i
... im longer an ollicial personage, be
ilig here in a private capacity alld
.-..i'h a thing as ,i guard oi honor
*.. .mid appeal to lum us somewhat
misurd, besides being entirely unwelcome to one ol such due christian
i n.iructei'h. u ill become.- au avowed
ii,, christian institution to set
pace in pa,try display nnd lor
in"st ii:ii"hU' cuds.
\tiins, etc.,
INQUISITOR,
iiovelstoke, Oct, 20th, liill.
uiiver, Rogers and union tei
Uttawa, Ont., Oct, r.i*--There was a
uiin|Ue gathering iu tue o.lice of tue
ti n minister ot the Interior. Hon.
,, i.i'ri Kogers, yosterday morning,
i.i.u. Frank Oliver, who is in the eity
preparatory to going with his family
mi Edmonton, where be will reside,
called at bis former ollice iu the l.an
gevlo block to exchange the anii'iii-
..-■s ot detent and victory with his
successor, Rogers, At the same time!
,; chunced that Hon. Uliflord Si-Ron '
also called to discuss a lew matters'
with bis political loe and recent po-
iiticul ally. All three men were in
me same room. All have a sense of
humor, and all smilej and exchanged
mutual felicitations. History is silent aB lo just what was said during
il.e btteen minutes thuy remained to-
g ther.
Edison Theatre
ILLEN
NOTHER WEEK
NEW   PLAY EACH   NIGHT
N  ORCHESTRA WORTH   HEARING
COMPANY PAR   EXCELLENCE
Monday Night
"Sapho"
Tuesday Night
" The Spoilers"
nesday Night
The Second in Commission
^
Admission, 25,50 and 75c.
Seats at C. R. Macdonald's Drug Store
1597   Thibault,  .los.,   Pingston  Creek 11715   Williamson,   J.   W.,   Arrowhead.
15HS ThomiiB, Alf. (!., Arrowhead,
Ilill Thompson,  T.ll.,   Arrowhead.
1618 Thompson,   Bert,   Arrowhead,
llilil Thorne,  David   J.,   Cnmborne,
IBM Thorne,   Milwnril   .1.   Camborne.
ItilD Tinklier,   .lolin,   Arrowhead.
1019 Touringney,  Hector,  lleaton.
1081 Turner, Hurry, Arrowhead.
1686 Tye, Henry J., Arrowhead,
IB48 Winceiit,  A.,  Arrowhead.
1649 Wiscentin, U., Revelstoke.
10(11 Walter,  Walter D.,  OomapUl.
ItiGH Ward,  Joseph, Galena Bay.
1666 Ward,  Wylie R.,   Kevelstoke.
1667 Wai-e,  Oharles, Arrowhead.
1671 Watson, R.J., Revelatoke.
1672 Watson, Jos. 1'., Uevelstoke.
1687 West, Oliver  J.,  Revelstoke.
1700 Wilkc,  Hiiluls,  Crnlena Bay.
I 1717   Winters,  Wm.  0.,  Beaton.
I 1722   Withrow, Krtd M., QoldflcUs.
11724   Witter,  Andrew 11., Beaton.
1726 Wood,  Hid ward,  Comaplix.
1727 WoodB, Edgar, (loldflclds.
174!)   KaczkoWBkii  Paul,  Galena  Bay.
1751   Zinch,  Winton,  Arrowhead.
The  following  names  aro  reported
duplicated on the list:
1256   Olm,  John, Rovelstoke.
The [ollowing persons are reported
deceased:
GOB    (lucre,  Louis,  Camborne.
828    Uino,  All.  Wm.,  Rovelstoke.
1008   Winner,  Hedley,  I'ingHtou Creek
1141   Mclntyre, Dan.,  RevelBtoke.
1270   Ovlngton,  Chns.  M.,  Big Eddy.
1570   Hwann,  William  A.,  Comaplix.
1710   Wilkins, Duncan, Rovelstoke.
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IN IHt LHUKlihtS
R.  0. CHURCH,
St.. Francis of Assisii Catholic
church, coruer of Kifth street and
McKenzie aveuiui.
Services—Ou all Sundays, except
il.e fourth oi eaeh month. Low mass
.•.ith Communion ol the Faithful at
B u.iii. High Mass at 10:30 a. m.,
Christian Doctrine for children at
2:10 p.m. Rosary with Bendictmn ol
i ho Blessed Sacrament T:;i(l p.m.
On week days—Holy Mass every
.jorning at 7:30. Confessions are
heard every evening after 7.30 and
,n the mornings belore Mass
J. F. UcNEIL, P.P.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
11 a.m. and 7:3" p.m. sen . es >, q
i! icted by Mi.  James  I'.v. mm  ..[ Toronto,   and   Uev.   H.   Chiest,   Can*
Secretary Missionary Bducatto-u Mi v,
ment.
Provincial Elections Act
Revelstoke Electoral District
PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH
The      services  m   the    Presbytei
church will he of a special nature   on
Sunday.   In the morning Kev   K    fl
Imlerson,  M.A.,  Secretary    ol      the
laymen's Missionary  Movement     fur
ie Presbyterian church, will pn
...v. A, E. Armstrong, M \    * t"   To-
.  nt", will addreaf t be Sun laj   *
t 2 aftei noon.   In the even
* iv. R. P, M.ii-k.iy.  n n.. Moder
■ ii       '*•   lieoeral Assembly,  ■'
n  ini'ii are returning
nn  the  .*i- it   missionai |   coo
'. have a stirring
toke    Th *
e cordial ted to all tin's.' set
lii'* 8 H     (i    ee :n  t he aftei
all   ■■:■■■ may
he evening there
*. ill be a fifteen       uite organ recital
i. fm,- the si , ■  ' he ttl-
. i tot >  tii. , rendei  th'' an
• ..in   "Heart i»* Still."
Take     notice that  I hai,* received
objections in  writing to the retention
ol the following names on the Register o(  Voters for  tbe  Revelstoke  El-
ectoral  District  nn  the grounds stat-
low,
And  taki   notice that at *i    Court
he held on th*>    i.tli
daj   ot N
House  Kevelstoke at  11  o'clock      in
the   tor noon,   I *..   and    de-
term.: ns    and  un-
l -on8 or some
other Provincial voter ..n their t-e-
half  -. I
are D I .-tnke
such : iter.
Dated this lit: .   1911
E.   EDWARDS,
Tbe following
let
METHODIST  CHURCH
Rev.   R.   .1.   Mclntyre   pastor,
secured. If the forest patrols or su
pervisors issue permits to burn slush' Ices on Sunday at II a.m. and 7,-id
tags at. a dangerous season, it. is he ! •, m.. 2 30 p.m. Sunday school and
lieved that the civil procedure will Bible class. Rev. N E. Bowles, u
provide i wholesome check by tniik-| **,., li.Ii. of China, will he thr preach
Ing theui t -ponsihl.'
results  nf  th.'sc Oregon
nt>d      results   Ot   uiese  uregou    case-
will be watched with the greatest In
terest by all in British Columbia who
are Interested in the weighty problem of forest conservation and protection.
Ford (be cartoonist in thc  l'resby-
tcsian church,
.ynly W cents.
Kpworth l.' M-.-ni- meeting; Friday ev
* n.n t, choir practice; Boy * Bi Iga le
meets ou Wednesday at " p.m. In lbe
Drill   Hall.      The   public  Is  cordially
iiivittd to all these services,
Make   ilo engagement, fur      Monday,
tict.   80th  at r,:lift  p.m.   Tins  is    the.
■Wednesday evening— Jhour u"' turkey supper conjincmcs at
tbe Y, M* C. A,
So.
i'lace.
2
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Boggs, Arthui   ■•                vbead
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112
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Bradshaw.   Willi im    V   ;wamf
IS9
Bregolisse,  T.,   Revelstoke,
1','i
Brown, Frederick, Com
17«
Buckley,  John,  Revelstoke.
ISO
Bullock,  Blan   K.,  Arrowh **ni
I >,.;
Bunion.  Fred,  v, .   Vrrowh    1
than,  Alfred,  Wigwam.
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Caprebttie,   l,(.   Revelstoke,
Mil
Carlson,   Anton,   Revelstoke.
362
Cashato, Olaclnto,    Revelstoke,
Z71
Olal k,   .Ins    Chun ,   i Under.
H72
Clark,   Wm.   P.,  (lhn*.mi
iir,
Coir,   Peter,   Arrowhead.
306
Cook,   Maurice   J,,   Arrowhead.
2117
Cooper,  Robert,  Bt,  I«'»n.
320
I oult i,  David,  Arrowhead,
m
Cross,   J»s.   Wm.,   Hsvelstokc.
398     Delelice,  Carmine,   Hevelstoke.
401     IHLullo,   Attgelo,   Uevelstoke.
125    Dunbar, David J., Beaton.
433    Dunne,   I'atrick,  Comaplii.
I 450     Edwards,  Albert,  Comaplix.
I 45.")     Elsdon, Clement,    Arrowhead.
i 456     Elsdon,   Leonard,   Arrowhead.
159     Ennis,   William  T.,  Comaplix.
( 4tU     Ennis,  (ieorge,  St.  IjCoii
' 4j)     Krskinc, Charles, Arrowhead.
lot.    Esplon, Jos. I)., Beaton.
178     Karr,  I'eter M., Arrowhead.
183     Fenwick.   Chas.   H.,   Comaplix.
484 Ferguson,   Duncan,    Kevelstoke.
485 Ferguson,   Duncan,   Kevelstoke.
tn    Fitzpatrick,  Pat.  L., Revelstoke
i'j'i     Fletcher,   I'eter,   Camborne.
503     Flood,   John  J*,  Arrowhead.
mi     Fa.-ct:.i.   Cemar.l.   Revelstoke.
508     Forbes,   Charles,   Arrowhead.
514    Forrest,  John, Wigwam.
.",17     Fraser,  Frank, Wigwam.
521     Frasei     Walter.   Arrowhead.
.,12     Frasei     lames M.,  Arrowhead.
Fraser,  William, Wigwam.
;,.i      Fraser.   James,  Revelstoke.
54-     ilalar.;..   Luigi,  Revelstoke.
547    Gallagher,  .lohn,  Comaplix.
Daniel,   Arrowhead.
Ciawlej     ' lu'sley,   Galena   Bay.
:.        i,' o      John  W., Wigwam.
lerald W.,  Arrowhead,
:..2    Oil-martin,   Anthony,   Comaplix.
■••rt  it..  Arrowhead.
harles, Revelstoke.
Comaplix,
I  i i.e.  G.,  Revelstoke.
805    li . *      -.imuel,  Oamborne.
Wi     !■ I am,   Arrowhead.
1.12     Hacking,  .lames.  Comaplix.
Halv.rhou,   John,   Arrowhead.
Hall,  Stanley  A.,  Arrowhead.
685     H.i (..   A,, Kevelstoke.
' hns. Oamborne
i.li     Ha Henry,  Kevelstoke.
646    H foseph   Can
Mian,   Wigwam.
654 lohn.  i lomapHl
Hartman,  *la oh 0     Kn owhea I
Ha riett   William (J., C im
Oeorge, Comaplix.
lohn I) . ComapUl
•-    Wlttiam   B     ''omaplix.
ii     Wm     J  ,   Reve
. f     IrwM    3 takes, ''* mapltx.
742    teener   FreetnanW   Ro ky V
1759     Johnson,  1!  n      /■   [Warn.
■*.r;       Orover 0 . Revel
t iy«    Howar I    Revel I
KeileT   W.lll.im,   Wtgwata
Kennedy,  Fred, i amborne
791      K.-nnedy,  Thos.   I...   Camborne.
■: '     Knapp,  Ceo    li     lievelstoke.
117     Konuei.   John    OaleOS
m i,,,' rtnne   Bim, Revelstoke.
■  ■ i.:,h ime,  Victor, Beaton.
829 1/angrell   Mndsoy,  Arrowhead.
' h:ii i,;m 'i i'ii-, e. 0 , Arrowhead,
■m i.atkri. Joseph   Arrowhead
K4S      l.nwsop,   Charles.   OoKll
847     f,o,'ike,   H.  P.,   Revelstoke.
km r.cctoix, Frank, Arrowhead
'■<••■■ Lepard, HoriH>rt., Camborne,
1807 i.('V"Hi|ui', I-;., Coiiitii'i'is.
878 Liver,  Wm.  J., Arrowhead.
881
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889
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l'JIO
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927
920
, 930
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971
974
976
9,7
978
9S8
1024
1028
14)32
1033
1016
1057
1068
1064
1070
1*>84
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1116
1130
1147
1152
117SI
1182
1198
1205
1208
12'.'2
1224
1211
121,1
1266
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1295
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1496
1586
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1688
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1676
1579
1691
Livingstone,  E.,  Arrowhead.
Loftus, I'eter,  Comaplix.
Logan,  Ohipman,  Kevelstoke.
Lortie,  Joseph,  Arrowhead.
Lux, Oeorge. Goldfields.
Lux, Thos. T., Beaton.
Macdonald,   M.,  Arrowhead.
Muclctridge,   Thos.,  Arrowhead
MacGregor,  K.,  Camborne.
Muloney, W. P., Revelstoke.
Marsaw,  Kred,  Comaplix.
Marsaw,  Joe, Comaplix.
Martin,   Andrew,   Wigwam.
Martin,  Henry,  (ialenu  Bay.
Masson,   John  S.,  Hevelstoke.
Kellctt, Harry, tioldlields.
Melvin,  M.  G.,  Arrowhead.
Morgan,  E.  Q,,  Camborne.
Mortsen,  W.  IC, Wigwam.
Morris Geo.  11.,  Arrowhead.
Morrison, John, Revelstoke.
Mullen,   Wm.   E.E.,   Arrowhead.
Murray,   Elias   J.,   Arrowhead.
Murray,   Robert,  Arrowhead.
McBride,   Robert,   Arrowhead.
McCortney,   J.H.,  Fostall creek.
McCrimmon,  H.,  Gaieua  Bay.
McEachern,   A.D.,   Arrowhead.
McFarland,   (ieorge,  Comuplix.
Mclnnis,  John,  Comaplix.
McKaracber,   F.,   Comaplix.
McKennan,  P,  0., Comaplix.
McLennan,  Gordon,  Camborne.
McLennan,   A.   L.,  Revelstoke.
McMorris.   Arthur,  Galena Bay.
McPhail,   Angus,   Kevelatoke.
Mcl'liee,  Daniel, Galena Bay.
Naecreate,   Philip',   Kevelstoke.
Nnstusem,  J,  Kevelatoke.
Nicholson, Thos.  B.,  ('omaplix.
Olson,  Charlie,  Wigwam.
O'Neill, C. H., Camborne.
•n. Thos.  Jf. Beaton.
I'eers.  .lolm A., Camborne.
I' 11"11,  A. K., Beaton.
Pipes, Bsward I'., Comaplix.
Poi ter, i ari, St. Leon,
Proulx, (H'iln,  Revelstoke.
Purgato,   Antonio,   Revelstoke.
I'miiiimII;.  Marine, Revelstoke,
.lames, Revelstoke,
Riley, ti.. Goldfields.
Robinson,   B.W.P.,   Itevelstoke.
R ison,  Alex.   Wlgwum.
Rogers, Robert, Oembornt.
Rogers,   John.  Arrowhead.
Boss, w. w., Oamborne.
Boy,   Arttim.  OoMQeMls.
Hnesell, Walter, Oamhorne.
Ryan,   Walter,  Beaton.
Baiter,  E.  Wm.,  Arrowhead,
Bchwarta,   A ,   Hevelstoke.
cott,  ,i*>hn. Oomaplix.
lohn,  CoinapllN.
Mherwood, 0, ll., Arrowhead,
11, Geo. D., Beaton
Sun Ian,   Donald,   ('omaplix.
Singer, Geo.  B.,  Revelstoke,
skiiiiin',  .lohn. Arrowhead,
Bpeoht,   Jacob,   Itevelstoke.
Bpeobt,   11.   .(.,   Revelstok.'.
Spring, K.d. a., Revelstoke.
ilinilh.   Harry,   Comaplix.
Bwltnr,   B,   I)..   Airowhead.
ruiipiiyna,   Felice,   Itevelstoke.
Teunant, Wglter, Arrowhead.
Your Electric Fixtures
If they go wrong, don't worry, but just
Phone to No. 284 in the day
or No. 40 at Night
and they will immediately be attended to. There is
nothing we can't do in this line as years'of experience
with electrical machinery has given us an insight into
the business that could not be obtained etherwise.
Don't swear when the lights go out.
for you.
Let us do that
A. 6. DUCK,   -   General Manager
Store and Office, Old Howson Block
Player Pianos, Pianos and Organs
Our reputation is well knowii for square dealing.
We can give you better  prices,  better quality,   than  any
other house in the trade.
WHY ?   Call and we will pro\c this statement up to the
hilt.
Revelstoke Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
J. Bingham, Prop.
MACARONI
Just received,  fresh from Italy, One carload of Choice Macaroni
Choice Groceries always in  stock
D. GALLICANO, 2nd Street, Near Railroad Track
1
•REVELSTOKE   OPERA   HOUSE*
I.ksskk anii Manager, j, k, Thomson
BRAND PHOTO DISPLAY, - SKASON NIGHTLY
DOORS OPEN 7:»».   COMMENCE 8 p.m.
Grand Dance Wednesday, October 18th, 1911
Do You Want Windows, Doors, and Finishing
It will pay yon to tfet our Prices belore purchasing elsewhere.
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. We carry a large stock ol
Windows mul Doors on<l can fill your orilers promptly. We will
in* |ili*nseil to give yon a delivered quotation on anything you
require. We itiiiiinlactiire wllldowi, doors, mouldings, storm
s;isli. screens, cabinets ol uli kinds, tables, turnings, store unit
bar fixtures, cliuu'b stats anil pulj its, door ami window frames,
finishing ol all kind', etc. Wo arc latge dealers in sheet, fancy
and Plate glass, shingles, lath, etc.    Write for Prices.
S. C. SMITH LUMBER CO.. Vernon. B. C. SATURDAY, OCTODRR 21, 1011
THE  MAILHEEALD,   BETELSTOKE
SATfRDAY, OCTOIIER 21,  1911
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THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manaoer
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
a
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its large number of brandies, agonts and corrcsponilents, The
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
thc world promptly and at reasonable rates. Kates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS
A230
Cheques aud drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, murks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at The Canadian Hank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH--F. Nl. GIBSON, MGR
MEN'S   AND   BOYS'   SHOES
The leather that goes into our shoes and the
men who make them can always be depended
upon. That's why our customers are always
satisfied.
Our harness is the very best. Dusters,
Whips, Trunks, Suit Cases. All leather goods
always in stock.   Call and see our goods.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
8addlers
Harness Makers
I
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   I80B
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund    - -    $4 400,000
Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
iu all the Principal Cities of the World,
A GENERAL DANKINO BUBINE6S TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK    DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.     Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, VV. H. PRATT Manager.
GKET  "WISEI
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters ]
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
ti'll you thai the whiskeys we are
Belling are the liest. Call and he
rnivluoed, No household should
he without a supply of uur Harvey's Spcclnl Srotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteod
80 years oltl or Blaokberry Brandy *
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of ohoice Wiiif s und Liquors of all
kinds are uneirplled. Sold hy all
the leading botvlk, 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 the Coldstream  Estate
II. D. Curry,
General Agent,
Vernon, 8, C,
Geo. Matheson,
Local Agent,
Revelstoke, B, C
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Revelstoke Plumbing, Heating & Sheet Metal Co.
Estimates given for Sanitary work, Electric Lighting, Hot
Air, Water, Steam Heating ami all kinds of   Sheet   Metal
Baths, Lavatories, Water Closets, etc.
Frompt attention given to all orders.
See Our Show Room on Connaught Avenue
Phone No.             .....            Box 401
DUKE DF CONNAUGHT
Starts His Arduous and Good
Work in Canada
The London correspondent ol the
Chicago Tribune says:—The Duke ol
Connaught tins often found his "Royal Highness ship" a hindrance for he
ia above all things, a soldier—an energetic man, who detests anything in
the nature of an ornamental job—and
I am told by a close personal friwwl
of his and of the lata king that he
is looking forward to stay in Canada as Governor Geacrul as a chance
to do some real hard work.
The duke's great opportunity came
when he went to South Africa last
year to open the first parliament of
the union, and he took hold of it
with both hands. From the lirst he
made friends by his simple, unaflect -
ed manner, with which just tlle right
amount ol royal dignity is combined
and this was the secret of his success—not a complimentary success,
because of his blood, but a real success that helped  knit the empire.
He was always so human, Bald a
friend to me the other day—a friend
who Whs in Africa with him. He
used to look as if he really liked laying inundation stones. And even the
deadly business of receiving addresses
did not hnn: him. He must have had
dozens presented to him, yet he always looked interested, and I more
thnn half believe he was though it
sounds incredible. When he spoke it
was not the formal utterance of a representative ol the king, but real live
sentiment, spoken in a musloal voice,
nnd containing not seldom some arresting phrase that struck in tii;
bearer's mind.
The duke dislikes being addressed
as "Vour Royal Highness." Soms
time ago a fussy colonel used this
form of address on parade, and tho
duke finally said:
"(in military parade I am 'sir',
and nothing else."
Perhaps it is not generally known
that the Duke of Connaught has nn
extraordinary influence over King
(Ieorge, who consults him on almost
every subject of importance. Dur
ing the life of the late king, the
younger brother had practically no
influence nt all and was in the background altogether. Kin? Edward look
ed on him as "the good brother" and
I nm told, was bored by havin*g the
duke continually held up to him as
nn example. It is well known that
the duke chafed much against not being allowed to go to South Africa
during the Boer war. But Queen Victoria was adamant, no doubt made
doubly determined on the point las
she had already lost one son in thc
Ashanti  war.
The Duchess of Connaught, though
not of such a simple nature as her
husband will get on well in Canada.
She is the daughter of a great German prince, and is always much on
her dignity. She found things difficult here, but in Canada there will
be no question of precedence, so her
greatest trouble here will bc over.
She is, however, one of the shyest
women in the world, and her daughter Princess Patricia, told how, on
one of their foreign tours she almost
had to push her mother into the ap
artmtnts  for  thc  reception
There is no shyness about Princess
Patricia. A more charming girl it
would be hard to find anywhere. She
is the lucky possessor of a sunny disposition, and always becomes im-
m.nsely popular wherever she goes.
She is fond of all outdoor amusement
riles well, and plays a first class
game ol golf. She i6 quite a clever
water color artist, and, of course a
fine linguist. A rare quality possessed by this intercstin-g princess is
that called "odlc force," a power
which tells its owner when he or she
is near water or metal. Her hobby
is collecting uncut and semi-preciouB
stones, of which she has quite a large
number of considerable value.
She is quite "unprincessy" in ways
and looks. She has gone about pretty much where she chose—in fact,
King Edward thought she ought to
have a ladyin waiting o: her own, on
account ol her independence, and her
ta3te for going about incognito on
the tops of omnibuses. She has traveled nearly all over the world, and
bo.ng quick to imbibe new -ideas, Is
unusually broad minded. In fact, an
entire absence of "side" from all thc
three members of this good looking
Connaught family should insure their
quick popularity among the people of
Canada.
Buy Your Sash and Doors at Home
Our goods cannot be beaten outside for price or qua! ty. Now
is the time to get your Siuttn Sash and Doors, We have them
in all sizes* Prepare now before the Winter sets in. Our
Factory is working full time and we make everything in
wnod work, Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Staircase, Church,
Office, Mar and Hotel Fixtures, Turnings of every description.
We also keep a large stock of Fancy and I'lain Class and
Builders' Supplies on ham). Prompt delivery, good service
and courteous treatment—that's our motto. A trial order is
solicited from you.
The Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
Chancellor
is the best guarantee tbat the "hand" will keep your home moving in the
right direction of economy and health.
Please call and sec our line of GURNEY-OXFORD STOVES and
RANGES that arc built and sold on honor. The Chancellor and Imperial
Oxford arc equipped with the Oxford Economizer. Come and let us
show you how this marvellous device saves time and fuel hy a single touch
of the lever; how it holds lire, and directs odors up tlie chimney.
Thc Dividing Oven Strip guides heat equally all over the oven—a
fine baking insurance. The Reversible Grate saves time and fuel-waste.
These, with other star features make ui proud to show theGurney-Oxl'ord
line. Design—finish—workmanship—all these details
we want to demonstrate to your entire satisiaction.
ggggi
SLawrence Hardware Co. Ltd.
'other counsel for thc defence bold
Ithat the Times explosion was caused
by gas and that McNamara could
not have brought it about for this
reason, argued today in court that a
l).\id belief in the dynamite theory
prejudiced the rights of their client
and that the talesman who lie-Id it
would not be a fair juror.
Iet!ijiii1i]e Secures Congress
To Put Gown Lawlessness
Victoria, Oct. 18—Instructions have
'.. n given to Chief Constable Burr,
of Ashcroft to immediately take such
■*; eelal measures as will lead tu the
speedy termination of the seeming epidemic of law defiance (largely the
re-nil t of illicit trafficking in liquor)
among the Indians of the Chilcoten
anl Clinton districts. It will be re-!
mombered that it was in this district
that the murder of Edward White oC-j F.dmonton, Oct. lll-Hon. Duncan
curred a few months ago, the Indian Marshall, Minister of Agriculture, wlr
Ooxto Moyie, alias Paul, supposed to eil Premier sittcm from Colorado
have been the principal m this case, springs) that the 1912 session of the
subsequently breaking g.iol and being world's Dry Farming Congress was
still  at  liberty.   Il   is  rcgardad      as  &a8Urea (or Lethbridge.
very signllicnnt that thc Chinaman , ] 	
Ah Wye, who was the Crown's princi
pal witness against Moyie, was also
mysteriously done away with only
about a fortnight ago. As a first
st"p in discipl ning the Indians of
Ill's district, who seem disposed to
carry law breaking with a high hand
Oi nstable McMillan has been retired
'■om the service nnd will be replaced
by one of the strongest men on the
provincial force, his selection now
being under consideration.
Plan Massacre
More Tailsmen Examined
I os Angeles, Ca,., Oct. 19— Three
tn'esmen were examined and one was
excused in the murder trial of James
ll. McNamara today. What is consider,' 1 one of the big issues of the trial
whether a mnn who believes firmly
that the Los Angeles Times building
was destroyed by dynamite is thereby disqualified from serving on thc
jury—rested tonight in thc hands of
Judge Walter Dor-dwell, who presided over the trial instituted to show
whether James H. McNamara caused
the death of O.J. Hnggerty, a mac-'
h nist, who lost his life in the Times-
explosion and lire. Opposing counsel
see no hope of securing a jury until
this point is derided.
Attorney   Clarence  a.  Harrow, and
Rome, Cct. 19—A massacre of all
Ruropenns is planned hy the radical
element among the Turkish residents
ol Salonika, Kuropean Turkey, accord
ing to reports from that place.
All the cistern ships of thc Italian
navy have been ordered to make
ready for the transpotation of drink-
in*; waters to points along the Trip-
i.litan const occupied by Italians, if
such a course proves necessary as a
result of the appearance of cholera
among the soldiers.
Gl-O. 1).   SHAW.
Proprietor
FURNITURE
E 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.    Finn-Clans in every respect.    All mmtern convenience!
Large Maniple Rooms.
Rates $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.    R.it^s $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBBET      RTO-TO-TTJ      JPTROT3
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
—WORK   8HCP-
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
UNION HOTEL
ARBO - UK AD, B. C.
0)iecial Attention given to commercial
men anil mil:ists. Kiret-rlas" sample
rooms. Kinent sct-nrrv in British ('olumbia, overlooking I'pper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop
r. z. ;crawford| h Villa Lots
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for
Flexitime
Signs
Electric
Lake Steamer Sinks
Sault Ste. Marie. Oct. 19—As tho
result ol an accident at the Canadian
lock here the hig (reightcr Emperor,
th? largest Canadian boat on the
tlr.-at Lakes, was sunk at the lower
entrance to the Canadian lock, and
imw rests in thirty feet ol water at
n point some 450 feet cast of thc lower gates, completely Mocking navigation.
ShifoA's Cure
tulckly  ■■inin conrfhs
I io throat and lunrfa.
tares  colds,   heals
25 cenla*
Sets Good Example
Victoria, Oct. 18—Mr. T.P. McDonald ot Seattle, a gentleman promin -
ent in the public life ol the neighboring city and state,, who is at present a visitor to Victoria, says that
the greatest interest is being evinced
by public men of Washington in Uritish '"olumbia's public legislation of
the pnst few years. More partirular-
fy are the metalliferous mines, coal
mines regulations, land nnd water
a. ts regarded as approximately perfect, pieces ,if sound legislation in the
1 ul.lie's liehnlt, and Congressman W.
!•'.. Ilnniiilireys is taking with him to
Ihe national capitol copies of thew
provincial statutes and will urge that
changes lie mnde in thc federal laws
if the I'nited States based largely
upon features ln these acts of British
Columbia.
ite-
Seam-in-front
stockings     I	
would seem absurd f
Then  why any seam'
Ynu have kept nn wearing stockinfls
with n i.enm up the back    shapeless,
uncomfortable things I boaauM you pro.  ,
bahly didn't realize the perfection reached
by
These nre bosc without thf nlfln nfn seam—look for the sign of the
trade-mark.  As they nre In im;! knit Ihey lire shaped lastingly to
thc curves of thc foot mid leg, They fit—they wear better—
and tli" iilfr absence of any seam at sil makes them
ever so much mure i■omfnrlnlilc.      No difference
iu cosl   but iiiinii in quality, in economy
63
Milker* of
Underwear
Sweaters
■ d
Hosiery
Made hy
Penmans Limited
Paris, Canada
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. Bed Hi   and Knlwnpa.e
Shop in Alley back of li. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street
Lumb
Close to Revelstoke
From 2 to 7 Seres Each
Very Suitable for Market
Gardening.   This proper-
is   cleared.     For Prices
and Terms apply to
W. B. ROBERTSON
Real Jstate and Insurance
Corner McKenzie Ave. and 2nd St
ermen
It will pay you to
make a call at,
F.   B,   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
btfore buying your oat-
,^JJ      fit  of working  clothes
for tlio husli. I make a
specialty of Losing
Shoes, ranis, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in your business.
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Oalena Bay lands in parcels ol
10 or '20 acren or en bloc. Correspondence Invited,
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
fl. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
10. Box 31, Revelstoke
HOUSES TO LET-neveletoke General
Ajspcles.
I0L.UNE5 ICUEMV MB NORMAL SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG WOMEN
Under the direction of the Sisters of
the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary.
Fi.st Class Boarding and  Day School.
Primary and Grammar Grades.
State Accredited Hij^h School
Advanced Normal Course of two years
accredited by the State of   Washington-
State Diplomas conferred.
Music an I Art Studio.
Write to Sister Superior for Year Rook
Spokane, Washington
Packed In
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60<?   a pound
Id commemoration of tlie coronation of
Rug Ctortte W RUnmrt*1 have pui en the
market a SDfWWtlon tin of a mo*t picturvaque
and eiquitite de»i(jn. branny excellent 1 on raits
of King George \ , Oueen Mary and thr Prims
of Wales Sjxcial panel* have been <•• - rne 1
reprrv-ntirv Canada, India, Africa, Australia
and New jp.itand.
Oniy a Minted number have been impelled,
Price flllc. (or one jvund tint.
At Deal 'i."i -.
Electric Restorer for Men
PhoSphonol re),orc> every nerve tn the body
.,, .    .".   .... _ lo Its proper tension ; restores
-■- iu pmp«r tension ; restore*
vim and vitality. Premature decay and all seiual
weakness averted at om e. rhoephonoi will
make vou a new man. I'r ice IS a bos. or two for
|t. Mailed to any addre^. Ths loetell Drag
"o., it. Catharines. Ont.
Sold at Macdoaald'i Drug Store.
OUTFITTERS FOR
MEN WHO KNOW
J. K: T. Bell's, Doctors' Sl*i'i:il and
Heed's OuaMon Shoes, MWherson'.'*-!
Trainmen'■ Shoes, and dress r-hi't's ol nil
kinds, all nt wliii.It mc Unloil made
SUnfield'l   and    blgll       i.i-i'        I u);h'h
Underwear. Bvenrtafnfi ihai the lo^er
renuiri"**. tut OOtnfotf I'hippewa Kalla
Driving Shues and Shoe l'acks.
JOHN BULL
Bowton'i Block Kevelatoke, U, (,'.
C'aib and 0*t Prion SWTVRDAV, OCTOBER 21, 1011
THE M-^IL-ZHIEK^LID, irMTSnE LSTOKE
SATURDAY, OCTOBEn 21, 1911
NOTICE.
lievelstoke Land District.
District ul  West Kootenay.
Take notice thut I, Kmma Foster,
ol HossUnJ. 11. C, intend to apply
Ior permission to purobase the lollowing described lands
Commencint: at s post planted at
or near the South Hast corner of
Lot 817k, thence south HI chains,
west JO chain-, north 80 chains an,l
east SO chains to point of commence,
ment and containing MO acres, mors
or less.
Dated  August  llth,  1911.
EMMA   FOSTER,   Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
Reveletoke Land District.
District of  West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, William H Mc-
Whirter. of Ymir, B. C, occupation
Lumberman, intend to apply i.t per-
tnission to purchase tbe following de-
Bcr i— 1  lunds
Commencing at *i post pl inted nn
the East Bhore ol Mosquito Lad ut
or near tin* North-west cornar ol Lot
>i i2, la-ins the South Wost Corner,
thenee ruuning north 80 c i>iins .h ng
tbe shore of said lake, tb'nee spat
40 chains, south 80 chains atnl. wist
■to chains to p..int of comm.nifsniont,
and containing i'2n acre-, pore or
less.
Dated August  llth,  1911.
WILLIAM K. McWIIlHTKR. Applicant
James Fisher, Agent.
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in
the Revelstoke Assessment District, Province of Dritish Columbia.
Lots in Camborne Townsite Sub-Div., Lot 3505, Plan 728
UI'.MNQl'KNT  LANDS
Names of Persons Assessed
Short Description of Property
Mrs.  A.   Anderson       Lot 7.   Block .'1  	
W.  A.   Bauer      Lots 12 and  13,  Block 3 .
CERTIFICATE OP IMPROVEMENT;
Broadview   (.Fractional)  L.   H.  au
Indiana  Mineral  Claims,  situate
the   Trout   Lake   Mining   Division     of
West   Kootenay   District.
Where located:—On Great Northern
Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE ihat 1, O. li. N.
Wnkie, acting as agent for the Ohio
Mines Development Co., Limited,
Free Miner's Certificate Numnber
BUS-jrC, intend, sixty Jays from
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certilicate of Improvements, tor the purpost ol obtaining a Crown Grant of the ai.ove
claims. j
And farther take uotice that action
under section 17, must be commenced
belore the issuance of such Certilicate
of Improvements.
Dated this 17th day of August,'
1911.
O.  B.  N.  WILKIE,
Trout Lake. B. C.
HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Thursday, the 16th day of
November, A. D., 1911, at the hour of II o'clock in the Forenoon
at the Court House, in the City of Revelstoke, B. C, I shall sell
at Public Auction the Lands hereinafter set out of the persons
in the said list hereinafter set out, for the Delinquent
Taxes unpaid by said person on the 3lst day of December,
1910, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of
advertising the said Sale, if the total amount due is not sooner
paid.
LIST  ABOVE   MENTIONED
:i
Lots in Poplar Townsite Sub-Div., Part 836, Plan 746
DKI.INQUHNT TAXI'S
Names ol Persons  Assessed Short Description of Property
Lot 17,  Hlock  A 	
Lot S.  Block 7  	
Lois)  li and  7,   Block
Lot   LO, Block li 	
Lot 7,  Block 7   	
Lots  6 aud 7,  Block
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of  West Kootenuy.
Take notice that I, Mabel Ralston,
'! Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation School Teacher, intend to ap
ply lot :• rmisslon to purchase th,*
[ollowing  described  lands:
Commencing ,it ,i post planted nd
jacent to the North Bast Corner oi
Lot ?i'2.i, being the .South West Corner; thei.ce running norili M) cbuins,
cast •• cbains, soutb 80 cha.ns anil
west -o chains to po.ut of commence
ment at.J containing 6*10 acres more
or leea.
Dated Auguai  Hh,  1911.
MABEL  RALSTON,  Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE
i has.  Austin   	
I ..Irs.  It. \ . Bishop 	
... II. Casey and W. J. Murphy
i Alice G. Caldwell 	
' tl. J. Cody 	
I. Cumliin 	
j J.   ii.  Cameron      Lots  1*3 and  14, Block 7 	
I -1.  Carey      Lot C aud building, Block I 	
' chas. L. Copp      Lot  -2,  Block  '2  	
I Hiss M. Clifton     Lot 9 and house. Block A 	
las. Carton     Lot .",   Block 8  	
ii.  C. Danfurand     Lot 10, Block 5 	
IMward Dreford      Lots 13 aud 14,  Block  1 	
0.   L.   Doyle       Lots  S  aud  '),   Block 3  	
• tins. Killers     Lots h and  building,  Block 10
•-.'has.  Elders     Lot  '.I.  Block  2  	
' has.   Ehlers      Lois 5 and 6, Block A 	
fidwafd Ferguson     Lol   Ili.  Block 3
.Maggie  Funk      Lot  7.   Block  2  	
S. M. Gillespie     Lots  1 and  6,  Block 3  	
C.  B.  Gl-bb      Lot.  16,  Block 11  	
.1.   C.   Hurt       Lot   19,   Block  2  	
liambly  and  Krirkson  	
cl.   L.   Mart   	
Geo.   Hag.'iuan   	
.lohn Humbly 	
Ross
Ross
•   Land  District.
Dieti   •    I West Kootenay.
Take     n-t.c,      that   I.  William II.
Keid,  .:   Arrowhead,   B.   C.„   occupa-
10 :  :. int.   intends to apply  for
i-erni --   m  to  purchase  the following
-i   ends.
Commencing at a post planted     nt
\   .-.-    McKay's  Soutb   West  Corner  i
!'•■-!    I.* ■ inning north  -tu :
them     vest 40 cha as, tli inca
south     4"   cha tbenci   ••..-it    4*i'
cha.t.s     to  point   *■*  comm'-'neement,
containing  '.■    acres, mon        less.
Dated   August  -ird.   I'll.
WILLIAM  R.  REID.
i'i.  I..  Hart anil .1.  .*
10.  I..  ICH  and  .1.  .
il.  l'.  Jackson 	
Miss May  Jennings .
-\.  Jenkins 	
Fred Kaiser 	
Hfiin  Magnuson 	
10.   MeKinnon  	
1'.   McGregor   	
Mary   .lane   Mcintosh
August  ().  (istby     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
i'rudhoiiiiiu'  and  Nedeau      ., . Lots 23 .*
\. B.  Pearson 	
Mrs.   Emma   Reid         Lot  6,   l!
Mrs. M. B.  RadcliOe     Lot       B    -   *
.1,   S.  Koss      I.. -  22    Hlock  1
James Shields       .., Lot  19, Bi..rit ;
James  Spiers   ....   Lota 21   J-   23,
F.nc Strand       .   Lot  7.  Block  1"
.-mis   and   McDonald Lots 211.  24.  Block
I.,,is :i and  in.  Block 7
Lois  .1   and   17,   Block   il
Lot   l. Blood 7 	
Lot   J,   Block   lo 	
I.,.i   li..  I.lock   I   	
Lol   4.  Block  B  ..
I...I  ::,  Block 2
Lot   v   Block   A
Lot   6,  Block  2
Lots  I11 an.l   II.
Lots  11.   12.   Blk
l.,,t   17.  Bl.'Ck  2  .
Lots  I,       and  s'ore, Bl
in I   ".  Block »
:.  •        Bli ck   10
Block  1"
I,  1..  I'.i   21.   Blk.
k  *.
BloCK
notice.
Beveirtoke Land DUtrlet.
District   *( went Kootenay.
Take notice tbat I, Amie Tre*--  tm
Wm. Schii.'ll  	
Am.  Schnetl 	
.1. A. Sanderson
W. .1. Twiss 	
C.   B.  Taylor
Lot 4 and   :■■
H;ock     \
i.ol    I"     il'* * ■
!   i
*"H^^H|
.las.  L.  Whitney    Lot 10    Bl
Siimupl   N.   Ahlgren    ... Lot in   Bloi
^H|l,Mt       BliH-'r
3.70
11.75
7.20
3.70
3.70
1.50
10.1)0
37.80
2.70
7.20
.25
3.70
3.90
1.20
54.20
3.70
5.00
3.70
.30
3.00
1.70
3.70
55.00
a.no
2.70
2(00
.so
.411
3.00
14.90
.80
21.80
1.211
3.70
17.90
8.2*11
l.l'l
3.15
.85
2.70
5.35
I.M
, ..
l 10
|0 50
4   .
1.15
2.70
5.10
Lots in Beaton  Townsite  Sub-Div.. Lots 502 and 505. Plan 756
dargaret Fraser Batata
ilargaret Fraser Batata
Margaret   Fraser  Bstate
I., i  i
i,  Blk I   Plan
!,  Plan
A Patterson, B. C, occupation, mar-| j^"^^  Fraser   Batata      Lots  12 to 1«,  Block  1
Med woman, intend to apply for per
mission to purchase tbe t Bowing ii
orritied  lauda.
Commencing at a i"->t plant) i
about Ten (10 chains Bast ol tha
South West c.rner of Lot B17(i, hi
lo? the North Baal corner; the.:r
aouth i" chain.-, west 80 ubalna,
horth H chain* it) ! eaet SO cm n ,
to point ol commencement and con
taining 640 acres more or less.
Dated  August  llth,  l'Jll.
AMIE TRKGLOWN,  Applicaat.
James Fisher, Agent
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
Notice U hereby iriven that thirty"
days nfter th? dnte of tbe lirst pub-
licatiuu hereof, ihe undersigned will
tn,,ke an application to the Board of
Licensing Commissioners for the City
of Revelstoke for permission to transfer to A. P, I/cvefXiuc. ol lievelstoke,
B. C. the license to sell liquors by
r'tnil a' Hi" Hotel premises nt Hav-
eixtoke known as th-' t'n'on  Mote'.
Dated this 2ist September, 19111
I,,*   * ■:■ ' Estate
Mai [arel Bstate
I.    It"*'
Lot-   I   t.
li
*
Hlk ■     I'
Manearet   Fraser  Estate      Lots  it,,
Margaret  Fra er  Bsta ••        Lot.  I. Block ji.l'lnn 76*
.Im garet   Fl ■ ■I
Margaret   Frasei   Estate
'■lai garet   Fi; * i   Batata
0.
G.
o,
G.
G.
G.
G.
LL
G.
G.
Fraser
Fraser
Fraser
Fraser
Fraser
Fra mi
.   Lots   I   to   »,   Block   I,   Plan   7..f
Lot  11,  Hlock 6,  Plan
i.   1.2. house   Blk    14   i
.      ... Lots   11 t.o li.    Hlk.   I    Pis
... Lot.   I .'    17.   32,   Block   -,,   Plan
Lot   ii, Block  H   I'l.in 7(6
. Blocks  3  to   11 Inclusive    i
Lots  I  io  12,  Bl.ck jn   Plan  766
  BlockH  21,   22     13,   Plan   756
Fraser   Lots   i to ■    Block 2.",, Plan 786
Fraser   Block!
Fra 'i   . .   L.  Li, 22, housw,  Hlk    l.  I'l ,„   y-
Fraser    Lots I  to :;,  Block J.  Plan 7*6
Fraser   Lots l  to 7, Hoick 2, plan 756
Fraser   ,.,    .   Lots   l   to 7,   Block 7,  Plan      •
Frnser     Lot. I. Block X.  Plan 786
Fraser     ... 1..   1.  2.   and   house.   Blk.   I,   Plan
Fraser    Lot   l.  Block  .'H,  plan 756
Mrs. T.  W.  Graham    Lot* 12 to 14,  house.  Blk. 6,  Plan 75fi
n.  Porter    Lots 12 l.o 111,house,  Hlk. .",,  Plan 7WV.
Lindsay, Ware ami Company Limited L,/t a, stable, Hlock I,  plan 7511 	
Lots in Beaton Townsite Sub-Div,, Lots 502 and 505,
v. o.
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sa V
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t.80
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.10
•13.20
(.80
2.40
3<Vls.
J,   Clarke.   Estate      Lot.  12 ....
Margaret   Eraser Bstate. Lb.  1,7,15,
Ha.  He,   If..  Plan  756A
Leveeijui.'  *  ViulBti.      '11. LiuW)
Lots 25 and JC
1.08
78.3"
7.20
il
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tl w
i. -i
tX
l      .96
n \
6.66
„   1.13
•i,
6.88
2.23
;2
11.43
1.10
2
6.85
1.15
2
6.35
.2'J
2
3.79
3.02
*->
15.02
11.26
2
51.06
.71
2
5.41
2.23
•>
11.43
.02
2
2.27
1.15
2
6.85
.94
2
6.84
.17
2
3.37
17.09
2
73.29
.70
2
6.40
1.63
2
8.63
1.06
2
4.76
.02
2
2.32
.59
2
5.59
.34
2
4.04
1.13
2
G.83
•JO. 60
2
77.60
1.35
2
8.35
.71
2
5.41
.14
1
4.44
.10
2
2.90
.10
2
2.90
.73
•>
5.73
4.29
•2
21.19
.10
2
2.90
7.43
2
31.23
.12
2
3.32
1.13
2
6.83
4.74
2
24,64
2.47
2
12.67
.19
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3.29
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2
6.45
2.23
2
11.23
1.13
2
6.28
1.81
2
9.81
.06
2
2.91
.71
2
5.21
1.28
2
8.64
,56
2
4.41
1.27
2
>07
1.86
2
10.46
1.40
2
23.20
.17
2
3.27
1.46
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16.86
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6.78
2.85
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W.  J,   Butler      Lota 9  and  10,  Block 3	
Ohas,   Billiard      Lot 8.  Block 19 	
W.  K.   Baker      Lot  12,  Block 'I 	
('has.   Bennett      Lot 18 and house, Block 19 	
M.  M.  Buchanan  Bstate     Lots  17 and 18, Block 1  	
Anna  Clarke      Lot 2 and house, Block 5 	
Archie  Currie    :.....,       Lots 22 and 23,  Block  1«	
C. OhPisttopherson    Lot 5  and house,  Block  5	
Geo.  Ch 'iTiiiKton     Lot 25, Block lil 	
Alex.  Darragh  „  Lot 19, Block 19 	
Thos.  I.  Dunn      Lots 32 and 33, Block 7 	
M.  B,  Doberty      Lot 11 and house, Block 7 	
M.  B.  Doherty    Lot 5 and store, Blocd 8 	
J.   Fit/.simmons       Lot ?<, Block 3 	
F.  .1. Foley     Lots 11 and 12, Block 5 	
Henry   Harlow      Lot I  and  house,  Block  19  	
Mary   Johnson      Lot 4 and house, Block 3 	
D. Leahy       Lol. 11,  Block 3 	
Geo.  lienion    Lotl3, Block 1 	
Geo.  Lemon    Lot 8, Block 8 	
'.   11.   Landman      Lot 26.  Block  8 	
W. J. Lang-ham    Lot  14,  Block  18  	
.'as.  Lauder     Lot 6  ami house,  Block  3  	
Mrs. A. Leitz     Lot  16 and house,  Block  5	
Cory  Menheiiick      Lots  1  to 6, fl to 12, Block 2	
Cory Menhenick      Lots 3. 15 to 18, Block 3	
Cory  Menhenick     Lots 1  to 7. Block 4 	
Cory Menhenick    L. 1,7,9,10,14, cabin,  18,19,  Block 5...
Cory Menhenick    Lots 14,17,21 to 24,2(>, hotel, 27,30,31,
all in  block 7 	
Cory  Menhenick    L.  6,  building:, 7,9,10,15 to 25, Blk. 8
Cory Menhenick      L. 5,11,12,16 to 24, Block 11 	
Cory Menhenick      Lots 4 to 11, 10 to 12, Block 12 	
Cory Menhenick         Lots lto 8,  11 and  12,  Block 13  	
Cory Menhenick      Lots  1  to 24,  Block  14   	
Cory Menlrrnick    Lots 1 to 5, 7 to 12,  Block 15,  Lots
1  to  8.  Block  16  	
Cory Menhenick    L. 1 to 6, Blk. 17, 15 to l-\ Block 18
Cory Menhenick    Lots  16 and  17 and house,  Block  19,
lota   2,3.4,6,10,11,1» to   15,23,24,   26,
Block  19  	
Mis.  A.   Mayhew     Lot 10,  Block 11  	
.1.  Murdock      Lot  9,  Blocd  11  	
U.  G.  McLeod      Lots 13 and 1*4, Block 8*	
Hugh   Mcintosh       Lot 22, Block 19 	
John   McDowell       Lot 2'J and building. Block 7  	
\.  MeKinnon      Lot 7 and house,  Block  19  	
Pave Orr      Lot G and building, Block 11 	
Hector Poirier     Lot 22, Block 8 	
Mexandria   Pitt       Lot 15 and cabin, Block 5 	
W.  W.  Boss     Lot 17,  Block 5 	
J.  N.  Bear Kstate     Lot 9, Block  19  	
"T.  H.   BohinBon    Lots 6 and 7 and house, Block 1 	
Wm. Sopher    Lot 1, Block 18	
".  R. Shields     Lot 12,   Block   19   	
Geo. Sumner   Lots 7 to 9 anl cottage, Block 12 ...
'oseph Wells      Lot  10 and bouse,  Block 7 	
John Webster     Lot 1 and house, Block 3  	
Geo.  Young   Lots 2<* and 21 and stable,  Block 3...
M. B. Wallace     Lots 18 and 19, Block 7 	
Lots in Burton Townsite Sub-Div., Part Lot 745, Plan 637
ID. Bounbee   Lot 5, Block 3 	
Frank Daly   Lots 9 and 10 and building, Block 4.
F. G. Faunuier   Lot  19,  Block  S   	
Wm.  Hopkins   Lot 5 and log house, Block 3 	
It. T. iAiwcry   Lot 2,  Block  13  	
Alexander MeI>onald    Lot  15,  Block 8  	
Fva O'Hearn   Lota 17 and 18, Block 3 	
V.  Western     Lot  19,  Block 3  	
Stevens, Duson awl Company   Lot  20,  Block 8  	
F.  Tasser   Lot 17,  Block  12  	
Lots in Arrowhead Townsite Sub-Div., Lot 384, Plan 631 and 631A
Mrs.  M.  I).  Baogs   I'Ots 11,  12,  13 and house, Block 7 ...
John  and  Bobert  Caley    Lot  17. hall,  Block 3;  lots 1, 2, and
hotel,  Block 3 	
L.c  Dye   Lot 15.   Block 5  	
Mrs.  K.  J. Kerr    Lots 18, 19 and house, Block 3 	
Kwong  Sing  Yuen Co  Lot 5 and store,  Block 1  	
W.   J.  Lighthurne    Lots  5,6,7, hotel,Blk.3, lot 1,   hallblkS
S.  S. Bakke   Lot  20 and house,  Block 7  	
McGaghren and Irwin ,  Lots  141,17,19 and aback,  Block  5  ...
4 and store, Block 1
6 and store, Block 1
7,  Block 8  	
i Bug One   Lot
■ Kng One   Lot
i Alex Ptirney   Lot
Bdwln   Potts    Lot 16,  Block
John J.  Smith   Lot 6, and house,
Geo. T.  Newman    Lot ^^_^^^_^^^^^_^^^_^^^__
, Mrs. Florence Newman   Lots  10  nnd   11,   Block 3	
|wm. S. Martin   Lot 3, Block 10 	
B.   L.  Plumtou   Kast )  Block 15 and house	
Jas.  I'arton   Lots 16 and 17 and  house, Block 8.
Block 5 	
8 and 9 and store, Block 3
Townsite of Nakusp Sub-Div,. Part Lot 397,
Mrs.   Kllen  BlockelBhy    Lot  3,   Block  24  	
W.   K.  Cox    Lots 14 and 10.  Block 16 	
I..  J.  Fdwards   Lots 24 and 25, Block 5 	
I.   J.  Kdwards   Lot 11, Block 2 	
I.    J.   Kdnards     Ls. 11,12,13. Blkl, and lots 10,11, B.3
J'     Vniiic i,   Gothier   Lot 211,  Block 3  	
Mrs.   Annie  L.  Gothier   Lots 11  and  12,  Block  15 	
■ ua Glenileniiing   Lot 26 aud house. Block 23 	
I'   Hlckey          Lot 3, Block 2 	
Meroantlie Developmenl Company    Lota 6 and 7, Block 8 	
il    i,    Mcicer        Lot 22,  Block 4 	
II   G    Mercer       Lot  12,  Block 8  	
'I   i.    Mercer         Lota 9 and 10, Block 10 	
Mrs   It.   K.  McKitrnk    Lot 4,  Block 20  	
v   K   Halfh   Lots 29 and 30, and hotel, Block 5...
I.   F   MrDoogal'd    Lota  15  to JO inc., house,  Block  16...
■ „,«l   MrKitnck    Lota 11,12,13, hotel, Block 4 	
Hai vie  BotmiMon   Lot 17,  Block 8 	
Mi      K    I    Bichmood   Lot 5,  Block 38  	
K   I.   SimmotiH        Lot 10 and cottage, Block 13 	
'.!'■    i     H   Thomas   Lots 9 and 10, Block 4 	
I    Wiilfshoiin   Lots 24 and 25, Block  6  	
Townsite of Ferguson Sub-Div., Lots 1140
G. 3. FlttMtt     Lot  f, and building, Block 6 	
lien,   J    Hanhury      Lois  ll  and  12, Block 9 	
J    Laughlim     Lot  7,  Block 55	
FiMHFis   McCarty       Lot |(|, Hl„ck 3 	
Mm.   B    O'Connor        Lots  11   and  12, Block 6 	
Matthew  Henl    I,,H  18,  Block 4 	
H.   Shannon     Lot  24,   Block  8 	
Mrs.  J    Batlio     Lots 1  and 2 and building, Block 1...
Leonard  Patlernon     Lot  3,   Block   1   	
Guy A. UlTerty     Lot  4,  Blk.  1;  5-12,  Blk 'i; 7,8 Blk.6;
io,  Block 29 	
\    G   Carlson    Lot 6, Blk. 1; Lot 12, Block 8 	
Jns. Ryan    Lot 9,  Block 1	
Mrs    I.   B,   Freesa      Lot  10,   Block  1  	
I'etci  Moors     Lots 18 and 19, Block 1 	
W. 8. Newman   Lot 21, Block 1 	
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4.77
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4.53
9.80
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4.54
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6.03
6.30
3.18
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10.28
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1.92
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9.72
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4.51
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1.01
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6.61
4.25
1.24
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7.49
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7.52
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24.82
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40.20
5.70
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47.90
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4.80
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45.80
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6.73
2.10
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4.37
2.70
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5.08
3.30
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3.90
.51
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6.41
3.90
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6.40
18.60
1.27
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21.87
7.20
2.70
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11.90
4.50
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7.70
12.00
3.75
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17.75
6.00
1.83
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9.83
93.20
22.15
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117.35
7.20
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9.85
57.20
15.87
2
75.07
6.65
2.07
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10.72
10.00
2.64
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14.64
64.00
19.23
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85.23
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1.81
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12.60
1.26
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15.86
1.60
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12.45
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7.67
2.40
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4.61
6.00
1.08
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9.00
2.36
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13.36
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1.25
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2.55
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5.75
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2.87
4.70
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6.73
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7.20
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432.56
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1.95
1.17
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8.62
29.25
5.17
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36.42
12.00
.72
2
14.72
141.00
12.75
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156.35
6.00
.54
2
8.54
21.20
11.75
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42.22
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6.70
1.80
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2
4.86
1.70
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3.27
4.80
2.20
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9.61
53.75
8.75
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7.60
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10.74
21.90
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4.96
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40.06
28.80
5.40
6.68
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42.88
3.60
1.80
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Plan 494
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.75
.45
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11.05
.95
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19.85
2.40
2.95
.72
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8.07
1.30
.62
2
3.92
1.50
.08
2
3.85
1.35
.60
.31
2
4.26
2.10
1.10
.53
2
5.73
9.00
3.86
1.22
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16.07
1.76
.75
.51
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5.01
9.75
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10.91
4.05
.95
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1.45
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.30
.40
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2.72
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88.65
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2.50
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69.00
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.60
.06
2
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.15
2
3.15
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2.30
2
19.90
7.05
2.71
2
11.76
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10.44
2
44.19
4.75
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-   t SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21,  1911
THE  MAIL-HEBALD,  REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 21, 1911
Townsite of Ferguson, Subdivision of Lots 1140 and 1145.—Continued.
Names of Persons Assessed
Short Description of Property
IHllNylKNT LANDS
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Block 4
Block 4
Wm- ^'P"     Lot 22,   Block  1  	
Mrs. R.  B,  Kirpatrick     Lots  1  and  2 und house,  Block  3 ...
M,  G.  H.  Duncan    Lots B|  7p ulk  2.  lot 10_  Dlock 55
Jos. Brayne    Lot 8, B|ocW 3 	
John Law     Lat 9, Block 2 	
Barkley  CVil'ly     Lot 9,  Block 2; lot 3, 4, Block 10 ...
John Doberty Kstate    Lot n, Block 2	
Jas.   Little  Kstate       Lot  u. Block 2  	
John 0.  Laing    Lot 17,   Block 2 	
W.   B.  Pool  and   J.J.   Young    Lots io to 20 inc., 24, building, Blk.2
D.  H. McLean      Lot 5, Block 3  	
T.  Gallon and  Company   Lots 1 to 7 inc.,
B. Pool and J. J.  i'oung   Lots 8 to 12 inc.,
Van  Nostrand      Lot l0( Block 5 	
Mrs. Mallets     Lot 13p   Block 5 	
Matthew Reid     Lot 18,  Block 5 	
Angus Campbell      Lot 19,   Block 5  	
John  McDonald       Lot 20,  Block  5  	
R.  Leckie  Ewing    Lots 14 t0 1$ amJ house, Block 29 ...
Jas.  Fitasimmons     Lot 5, Block 30  	
A.  C.  Mesker     j,ot 8> Block 30 	
Thos. Oordcu    Lot 10, Block 30  	
W. A. Foote     Lot  12|  Block 30  	
John T. Coleman Estate   Lot 20, Blk.30; lots  13-14,  Block 30...
D.   A.   McDougall       Lot 21,  Block 30 	
J. Edward Bird   Lots 25 and 26 and house, Blocd 80...
F. L. Houston   Lots 22 to 24 inc., house, Block 30...
Wm. Donald    Lots 3 and 7_ Block 31	
Basil  Smith     Lot ^ BIock 31 	
Donald and Urquhart    ijot 5, Block 31 	
L. Boomer    Lot 13, Block 31 	
Albert Sullivan     Lot 1,  Block 32 	
W.   B.  Pool       Lots 1 to 4, Block 38 	
N. Boo     Lot 9, Block 38  	
FlorenceN. Gordon   Lots 5  and  6 and house,  Block 40...
R- Perry   I^ots 16 and 17 aad house, Block 41...
Mrs. C. Foran    Lot 2, Block 50 	
Mrs. Jas. Cummings Estate    Lot 5 and hotel. Block 50 	
Wm. Scbnell    i,ot 4 and building, Block 55 	
J. Humer     Lot 5.  Block 55 	
A.  R.  Laughton    Lots 16 and  171 Block 65  	
Doroinick Magelo    Lot 21, Block 5*5 	
Jean O.  Ellis     Lot 21, Block 5	
Fred W. Conway     Lot 22, Block 6 	
W. M. Brown   1^ 2, Block 6 	
Reisterer and Company  Estate   Lots 3 & 24, Blk. 6; 13, 14, 15, Blk. 65
MrB.  8. 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. Carlson    Lot 18, Block 6 	
W. N. Brayton    Lots 19 and 20, Block 6 	
T. Gallon and Company    Lots 4 and 5, Block 7 	
Mrs. B. Clark     Lot 6,  Block 7  	
Donald Mcintosh  Lots 8,9,10,  Block 7; lot 11, Blk 30...
Angus McDonald    Lota 1 and 2, Block 8 	
W. B. Pool and J. J. Young   Lot
Richard Davis   Lot
Joseph C. Kirpatrick   l.8,
Ole M.  Johnson   Lot
C. A. Irwin   Lot 12
M. M. Pettipiece   Lot
Robt.  8ameon   Lot
Laura J. Wrong   Lot
Angus Camhbell    Lot 19, Block 5
A. C. Cummins   Lot 1 and store,
N. Emo   Lot 9, Block 38
W. Edwards   Lot 4, Block 50
10,   Block  9  	
5. Block 10 	
house, Blk. 10; L. 23,24, big. B.55
12, Block 17 	
Block 18 	
1, Block 29	
12,  Block 29  	
13 and building, Block 29  	
Block 5
1.00
27.20
9.30
3.50
11.50
18.10
5.50
7.80
.40
59.40
3.20
37.65
20.15
7.10
5.15
6.65
0.85
9.95
9.00
1.60
1.00
1.00
1.00
6.90
6.80
20.00
18.110
9.55
.75
5.15
9.20
5.50
17.00
2.70
6.00
31.40
4.15
33.40
12.90
5.40
5.00
4.20
6.75
5.25
3.50
4.20
1.80
13.20
11.70
5.30
13.20
10.40
4.20
22.00
1.80
4.10
1.10
42.70
3.30
1.00
4.60
5.20
4.90
10.05
16.00
1.80
.75
Townsite of Trout Lake Sub-Div., Part Lot 190, Plan 530
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Frank  Daly      Lot 46,   Block  40	
Jas. Hunt     Lota 1 to six, Block 6 	
Oscar Jacolison     Lot 26 and },  27,  house.  Block 46 ...
Robt.  Madden       Lots 25 & 26, house,. Block 49 	
Hobt. Madden     Lots 12 to 14 and hotel, Block 52 ...
Stephen Woods     Lots J 38 and 30 and house, Blk.  48
H. D. Hume     Lot 1,  i.iuu  52 	
Mrs. Elsie Simmons     Lot 18 and house, Block 52 	
Una JohOBon     Lot 10 and bouse,  Block 4 	
J,  W.  S.  Oharles     Lot  1,  Block 39 	
Jas.  H.  Currie  Estate      Lots 38 and  39 and house,  Block 40
John Genelle   Estate      Lots 1 to 5 inc., Block 41 	
C. H. Still well    Lots 26, 26, 27, Block 41  	
Hicks    Lot 23,  Block  46  	
Hendnckson    Lot 26 nnd J27, house, Block 46 	
V. Armstrong    Lot 5, Block 47	
J.  Macdonell    Lot 7 Block 47 	
M.  Doyle    Lot 6, Block 47 	
Cowaa    Lot8,  Block 47 	
Murray aod Johnson     la>t 25, Block 47 	
Evan Cameron      Lot 26, Block 47 	
L. Earl    Lot 34, Block 47 	
.Mrs.  A.   G.   Fraser      Lots 46, 47, 48, aud house, Blk 47 ...
E.L. Kinman   Ls. 1.2. blk.  48; Ls. 21 to 24, hs.B. 49
Higginson and Smith    Lots 12,  13, 14 and house, Blk.  48 ...
A. G.  Fraser     Lots 25 and 26,  Block 48  	
F. 0. Elliott    Lot 36 and building, Block 48 	
J.  McLennan    Lot 29, Block 49 	
McLennan and  Hanson      Lot 30, Block 49 	
John Carlson     Lot 31,  Block 49   	
Swan Anderson Estate    Lots 23 and 22, Block 50 	
W. M. Brown    Lot 27, Block 50 	
J. Flood    Lot 3, Block 51 	
Neil Swinton     Lot 11,  Block 51  	
MrB. J. W. Weatlall     Lots 12 and 13 and bouse, Block 61...i
J.   C.  Murray       Lots 22 and 23 and store, Block 61...
F.   T.  Abey       Lot 24 and house,  lot 25, Block 51...
Alex. McLean    Lot 26,  Block 51   	
Mrs. A. Fowler     Lot 27, Block 51	
H. B. Hume    Lot 28,  Block 51  	
E. R. Vlpond 	
A. G. Fraser 	
Lot 3,  Block  52 	
Lots 6 nnd 7 and store,   Block 52...
Lot 8 and store, Block 52 	
Lot 11, Block 52 	
F. B. Wells 	
Balph Higginson 	
E. 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 	
D. L. Clink   Lots 1 to 31 inc., 8ub-Dlv. part lot
190, plan 530 b	
Dennis McCarthy   Lote 10 and 11, Block 48 	
Trout Lake Townsite, Subdivision Part Lot 762, Plan S30A
Harry L. Oodsoe   L«-  22,23,   2-3    24  and house,   Blk.  3
A. G. Fraser   Lots 6 to 12 inc. Block 6 	
Chas. Johnson     Lot 20, Block 6 	
0.  J. Nelson    Lot 21,  Block  6	
N.  B.  Smith       Lot* 7 and 8 and bouse, Block 8 	
W. M. Brown    Lots 16 and 16, Block 8 	
Trout Lake Townsite. Subdivision Part Lot 761, Plan 530B.
ia
.10
2
3.10
6.68
2
35.88
2.43
2
13.73
.89
2
6.39
.89
2
6.39
7.70
2
27.80
1.72
2
9.22
2.93
'I
12.73
.10
2
3.00
20.72
2
82.12
.70
2
5.90
13.87
2
53.52
9.60
0
37.75
2.49
e
11.59
1.68
2
8.83
2.40
2
11.15
3.92
2
15.87
3.92
2
15.87
1.34
2
12.34
.25
2
3.85
.10
2
3.10
.10
2
3.10
.10
2
3.10
1.57
2
10.47
2.14
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11.24
6.29
2
28.69
2.71
2
22.7)
3.32
2
14.82
.06
2
2.81
1.75
2
8.90
3.67
2
14.87
1.93
2
9.43
4.34
2
23.34
.75
2
5.45
.51
2
8.54
10.40
2
43.48
1.24
2
7.39
7.57*
2
42.97
.1.09
2
17.99
1.72
2
9.12
1.12
2
8.12
1.24
2
7.34
2.40
2
11.15
1.68
2
8.93
.84
2
6.44
.51
2
6.71
.24
2
4.04
4.88
2
20. Oi
4.77
2
18.47
1.73
2
9.03
4.60
2
19.80
3.69
2
16.09
1.24
2
7.44
7.94
2
31.94
.24
2
4.04
1.29
2
7.39
.10
2
3.20
13.27
2
58.07
.86
2
6.16
.10
2
3.10
1.45
2
8.05
.80
2
8.00
1.38
2
8.28
4.38
2
16.43
7.8J
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25.82
.42
2
4.22
.10
2
2.85
.60
1.40
.33
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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
5.14
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
1.20
.95
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2
3.60
1.65
1.19
2
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1.50
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2
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1.26
2
25.20
18.45
7.58
2
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15.00
12.53
2
3.60
6.72
2
5.40
3.95
1.08
2
7.80
1.50
3.25
2
7.80
1.50
3.25
2
7.50
1.50
2.89
2
10.80
2.85
4.13
2
2.80
1.50
1.01
2
3.80
1.50
1.43
2
2.80
1.50
1.01
2
23.40
12.30
5.74
2
26.40
6.40
4.47
2
25.00
21.00
9.00
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
3.80
.75
1.24
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
27.30
36.10
5.40
2
30.40
12.45
9.85
2
7.40
3.90
1.92
2
7.20
6.55
1.19
2
7.20
2.55
1.41
2
5.40
1.25
.67
2
24.00
22.95
7.38
2
2.40
2.80
.94
2
22.70
7.20
8.6)
2
8.40
1.20
2
2.80
1.40
.71
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
12.00
D.06
3.83
2
3.60
2.55
1.10
2
Townsite of Comaplix Sub-Div., Part Lots 1141 and 1142, Plans 632 and 635A and 632B
4.34
9.75
9.60
10.28
28.16
27.48
4.01
4.70
3.11
10.60
34.13
2*4.64
35.57
8.43
11.98
10.27
4.35
3.76
4.35
8.44
11.90
4:35
14.06
53.23
66.33
6.32
12.43
14.55
14.55
13.89
19.78
7.31
8.73
7.81
43.44
39.27
67.00
4.35
4.36
7.79
4.34
70.80
54.70
15.22
16.94
13.16
9.32
56.33
8.14
40.41
11.60
6.91
4.35
2-f88
9.25
I)KI,INQI'HNT I,ANUS
Names of Persons Assessed
Short Description of Property
A. U. Fraser ..
A. 0. Fraaer ..
|,  J, Graham
Lots 1 to 6, Block 2 .
Lota 1 to 4, Block 7
Lot 6, Block 16	
(.90
.99     2
9.89
4.80
.29     2
7.09
1.65
1.85
65     2
6.05
R.   M.   Rvans       Lot
Mrs. Mary H.  Fairhall     Lot
Wm.  Hamilton      Lot
J. A. Magee Kstate     Lot
J. K.  Payness    Lot
Selhy Soules    Lots
J.  H.   Young  	
12 and hotel,   Block  A   	
11 and hoiiRe, Block 12 	
15 and house,  Block D 	
1 and house, Block F 	
7 and house,  Block  KI 	
13 and  14 and house, Dlock  2..
n
ee
H
68.00
1*8.00
9.00
16.40
3.00
4.80
29.50
    Lots 5 and 6 and  hotel,  Block  13
Townsite of Gerrard, Subdivision of Lot 5704, Plan 892.
Block 1 	
Mobhe   Lots 1 to
Mohhs   Lota 1 to
Mobbs   Lots 1 to
Mohhs   Lots 1 to
Mohhs   Unplotted
4, 11 to 38,
18, Block 2
4, 10 to 20,
32, Block 5
portion  lot
Block 4
5704,  G.I.,  25
gcrefi  more or less
T, A. Bateman   Lot 8132,  G.I	
Byrou  Boyd   Lot 136  o(  Sub.  Div.  of part of  lot
397, plan 980 	
Alex.  Barnett   L.   1 to 4,6,7,9, of W.J   Sec.19 Twp.  20
F. H. Corson and W.  J. Lappan   S.  E.   J   Section 22,  Twp. 23  	
Amhrosc Copper    S. W.  },  Section 22,twp.611 Fire Val'y
J.  Crtobelii   Lots,   1,  3,.  Blk. 3,   Bev., plan  63«K.
John Cameron   Lot
Henry  Davis     Lot
J.   S.  C.  Fraser    Lot
N.  8. Fraser   Lot
Geo.   Ferguson     Sec.
Robt. Faulds   Lot
Plan   No.   844   	
J. C. Gore    Lot 7690,  G.I., Kootenay  District  ...
M.  Grady    L.1138,  1139,  hotel,  UpperArrow lakes
M. Grady    Lot 3945,  G.I.,  Kootenay  District ...
Wm.  A. Graham   Lot 3618,  G.I.,  Kootenay District  ...
Wm. A. Graham    Lot 8046,  G.  I.,  Kootenay District...
Halcyon  Hot Springs  Sanitarium  .... Lot 100 and cottages, G. I	
La.cyon  Hot Springs  Sanitarium  .... Lot 2461, G. I., Kootenay District ...
Gus Hedstrom    Lot 7821,   G.I.,  Kootenay District ...
II.  Hayden   Lot 8409,  G.I.,  Kootenay District  ...
J.   Grafton     Lot 8025,  G. I.,  Kootenay District...
A Ian P.  Hemmelman    Lot 5 of* Lot 8026, G.I., Kootenay dis
H. Houston   Lot 8032,  G. I..  Kootenay District,..
Emily M.  Johnstone   Lot 9153,  G.I.,  Kootenay District ...
Iloy H. Keefe   L. 7 of L.  7699,G.I. P. 844 K. Dis.   ...
W. J. Luscelies   Lot 2719, G.I.,house, Kootenay Dis....
V..  J.  Lascelles   Lot 8690,  G.I.,  Kootenay  District ...
li rs.  M.  J. Lumb    L. 5, Blk. A. & house, Rev.Pl. 636G.
Mrs. A. LaBrasfa   Lot 9152,  G.I.,  Arrow Lakes  :	
J.   W.  Marsland     L.2 of L. 7106,G.I.K. D.  Plan 945.   ...
B. Marsland   L. 3 of L. 7105.G.I., K.D., Plan 945...
L. C. Morrison   Lot 8814, G.I.,  Kootenay District  ...
J.isf H.   Murton    Lot I.L.S.  D. 4,  Sec. 27, Twp. 23  ...
Wm.  I. Mosley   Lot 5 of lot 7542, G. I	
Ida Marshall     Lot  8704,   Arrow  Lakes,  G.  I	
Metropolitan   Gold   &  Silver   Mining
Company    Lot 7047, Ferguson, G. I	
S. R.  Middlemas   Lot 1 of lot 7542, Burton  	
Mrs.  A.  Moffat*   Lot 8513, Arrow Lks,  G.I., K. Dis....
Janet  B.   Munroe    N. E. } Sec. 15., Twp. 69 	
Jas.  McEwen    Ls.  8028,  8029, 803O, G.I.,  K. Dis. ...
G.   8.   McOarter     Lot 2613, Carnes Creek, G.I., K. Dis.
W.   E.   McCandlish  EBtate    N.B.   }, sec.2-2,   S.E.   i sec.28,S.W.s.28
E.J,  sec.33, W.J, N. W. }  aec.  33, all
in Twp. 69 	
McLeod    L.  8511, Arrow Lakes,  G.I., K. Dis.
McCarty    Lot 446,   G.I.,   Hall's  Landing  	
Mclntyre     Ls.   1,2, B.  61,  Rvelstoke,  Plan 6361.
R. McPherson   Lot 152,   Arrow Park,  Plan  No.  827.
McMillan   I,. 105, Arrow Park. Plan No. 827. ...
B. McMillan   E.J, se.}, sec.  1, twp.69,ej,  ne.} sec.
36,  Township 71  	
Wm.   McDevitt     Lot  8042,  Arrow Lakes  	
L. F. McDougald   l.  7544,   G.I.,   Lower  Columbia river
L. F. McDougald   l. 8156, 8130, O.L   Arrow   Lakes	
ii.   F.   Perry    l. 3198,  Goldfields,  G.I., K. District.
Revelstoke    and     McCullough   Creek
Hydraulic Mining Co., Ltd  Lot 23,  G.I., Kootenay District 	
Nettie Marshall    Lot S-705, G.I., Kootenay District.  ...
W.   H.   Robertson  Lot 7980,  G.I.,  Kootenay District  ...
Mrs.  Sarah J. Shardlow    L. 6, house,  B. A, Bev. P. No. 63CG.
C. M.  Symons   l. 7968. Up. Arroe Laks. G.I., K. D.
A.   M.   Symons    L. 7964,    Pingston Ok., O.I.,  K.  Dis.
C.  D.  Taylor    w. 80 acres of lot 438,G.I., Hall's Lg.
H. Trussler   w.J lol  444.160A, O.I.  Hall's Ldg.  ...
Wm.  Williams    West J  Sec. 24, Twp. 71 	
W.  Wright  w.J.  ne.},  sec.26,  W.J,  se.}  aec.  31,
Twp. 71 	
E. Walley   Lot 8132, G.I.,  Kootenay District
4.70
2.15
1.S0
3.85
13.50
12.00
4.80
30.00
15.00
38.40
5.40
14.50
16.00
128.00
20.00
7634, G. I., Kootenay District...
7392, Group 1, Kooteoay Dis. ...
1183, Group I, Kootenay Dis. ...
7691, Group 1, Kootenay District
33, twp. 69, Kootenay Dis       136.00
1, of L. 7699. G.I. Kootenay Dis.
13*20
112.00
48.00
4.80
60.00
55.20
850.00
27.80
27.60
20.00
18.00
3.30
68.00
4.00
3.60
39.00
9.60
16.80
7.20
1.50
1.50
19.20
9.00
5.11
8.00
48.00
2.55
12.00
16.00
129.60
282.40
88.00
32.00
54.40
11.40
2.10
2.10
9.60
9.00
28.60
67.20
255.85
14.40
4.00
144.00
13.20
19.20
9.60
34.80
65.00
15.00
7.00
6.70
28.00
22.50
2.80
14.30
36.00
8.40
1.40
28.00
4170
3.90
6.95
19.50
7.50
3.20
6.55
M.
II.   S.   Wallace
S.
W.
Wm.
J. I
ld.oo
3.60
Lot 5942, GoldBelds        197.40
Walker   |„  1785, G.I., Cariboo City 	
G.   Watson    pt.  ne.},  sec.26,  house,  Twp. 23  	
Waioe    Lot 8034, G.I.,  Kootenay District  ...
Woodrow   u„d.} L. 6940 & Und.I L.  6939G.I.KD
Wilfrid  Wolstenholm      l.  A,«,18,24,   lots 7695  and 8687  ,
C. E. Wallls     Lot  4467,   Duncan  river,   G.I.,  K.
1>.
Wm.   Stockwell  	
Columbia Fruit Lands Co.,
Edith  Morrison  	
Ltd.
L. 4,5, of L. 7697, near Burton	
E.J.N.E.}, sec.23, twp.23 R.L.W. 6 M.
Lot 8813, G.I., Kootenay District ...
54.00
14.40
36.00
33.60
4.75
30.60
15.00
56.00
7.80
22.50
si
1.89
1.50
1.20
3.48
1.25
3.45
.64
1.29
1.61
11.55
1.80
15,84
2.04
10.08
2.88
.29
11.10
7.19
165.00
5.38
4.75
2.22
3.30
.67
4.08
.24
.57
4.32
.80
1.72
.43
.1*
.18
1.15
1.08
.46
.48
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to
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12.72
2
82.72
3.15
2
23.15
1.08
2
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2.5*2
2
20.92
.18
2
SilS
.29
Q
7.09
4.74
2
36.24
.28
2
6.98
.13
2
4.28
.1)
2
3.91
6.23
2
6.02
5.28
1.92
17.87
1.80
.13
.13
.70
1.71
2.69
7.90
S0.19
1.73
.24
12.96
1.46
1.15
.57
10.68
16.76
.90
.96
.65
37.20
7.74
7.74
3.24
3.03
.28
1.83
.46
2.25
8.64
17.39
22.50
14.70
63.48
40.75
43.86
8.54
17.69
22.41
141.52
23.80
153.84
31.54
124.08
52.88
7.09
108.10
72.70
1017.00
35.18
34.35
25.62
51.30
10.67
74.08
6.24
10.07
45.32
12.46
20.52
9.63
3.68
3.68
22.35
12.08
7.57
10.48
NOTICE   TO    CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate nt James
E. Loag, deceased.
Notice is herehy given that uli
creditors and others naving claims
against tbe Estate of James L.
Long, Ute of Revelstoke, B. C, deceased, who died at Revelstoke ou or
about tbe 12tb duy of June, 1911,
are requested to send to the undersigned, Solicitors for Rev. C. A.
Procuuier, Executor of the last will
of said deceased, within 60 days from
date, full particulars of their claims,
duly verified, and thnt after that
date tbe said Execdtor will proceed
to distribute the said estate amongst
thos* entitled thereto, regard lieing
had only to those claims of wbich
said Executor shall have then received notice.
Dated August 16th, 1911.
HAKVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM,
Solicitor for Bev. C. A. Procunier,
Executor of the last will of
Deoeased.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Nettle H. Piatt
of      Rossland,      B.    C,    occupation
I Housekeeper,     intend to apply     for
permission to purchase  the  following
described laads:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near the Bouth East Corner of
Lot 7900; tbence south 40 cbains,
west 40 chain*., north 40 chains and
east 40 chains to point of commencement, and containing 160 acres more
or less.
Dated August 10th, 1911.
NETTIE  H.   PLATT,   Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
2.83
2
55.88
.15
2
4.70
.72
2
14.72
.96
2
18.96
14.52
3
146.12
79.72
2
304.12
95.28
35.02
81.22
15.23
4.23
4.23
12.30
32.21
33.29
84.60
341.04
18.13
6.24
158.96
16.66
22.35
12.17
50.08
90.31
17.90
18.96
6.25
236.60
63.74
17.69
41.24
38.63
7.03
34.43
10.26
4 If 75
66.64
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, William Rumley,
of Patterson, B. C, occupation Lumberman, intend to apply for permission to purcbase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the North East corner ol
Lot 9323, being tbe Soutb East Corner; thenie running north SO chains,
west 60 chains, soutb 40 chains, east
40 cbains, south 40 chains and east
20 cbains to tbe point of commencement and containing 480 acres, more
or less.
Dated  August 9th,  1911.
WILLIAM  RDMLEY,  Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
i
i LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is heeeby riven that, on the
I first day of December next, applica-
I tion will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel ltoenee to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as tbe City hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in the province of British Columbia.
Dated this 4th day of October, 1911
JOHN CALEY, Applicant.
NOTICE.
Fredrick
B.    C,
E. EDWARDS,
DEPUTY ASSESSOR REVELSTOKE.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, ,on tint
Uist day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Polico tor
renewal of the holel license to sell
liquor by retail in tbe hotel known
as the Beaton hotel, situateat Beaton, ln the Province ol British Oolumbia.
Dated this 28th day of September,
1911. 301s.
H.   NELLIS,   Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of tbe holel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Halcyon Hot Springs hotel,
situate at Halcyon, In the Province
of British Columbia.
Dated this 28th day of Sopte n.ier,
1911. 30ds.
WILLIAM BOYD,  Applicant.
Bear the date in mind, Oct
Turkey Supper at Y.M.C.A.
30th-
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given tbat, on the
liiul.  day   of  December  next,  application     will be made to ths    Superin-'
tendent  of    Provincial       Police    for I
renewal  of bhe hotel  lioense to    Bell j renewal of    the hotel    license to sell
liquor by  retail  in  the hotel    kaown   liquor  by  retail  ln  tho  hotel   known
Notice is hereby piven tbat, on the
lirst day of Deoember next, application will be made to the Superintendent  of    Provincial    Polire       for
as tbe   Lakevlew     hotel, situate at
Arrowhead,  ln the Province of British  Columbia.
Dated this 2nd day of October, 1911
CHAPMAN & IRWIN,  Applicants.
LIQUOR    ACT, 1910,
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December neit, application will be made to the Superin -
tendent of Provincial Polico for
renewal of the hotel license to Bell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
asthe Eva Hotel, situate at Cam-
home, in the Province ot British Columbia.
Dated this 10th day of October, 19-11
H.   G.  WARE,   Applicant.
as the Criterion hotel,     situate     at
Oamborne, ln tbe Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this Uth day of October, 1911
W.   S.   RENNIE,  Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on tbe
first day of Deoember next, application will be made to tbe Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Hotel Queens situate at Comaplix, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 9th day of October, 1911
J.  H.   YOUNG,  Applicant.
WANTED—Man and wife to occupy
furnished rooms. Suitable companions for a lady. Apply to P.O.
Box 243, Revelatoke.
FOR BENT* Furnished House on
Second Street. Apply Bevelstoke
Gea«ra| Agtaetes, Ltd.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay
Take notice tbat 1,
William Vipond, of Nakusp,
occupation foreman, intends to apply lor permission to purchase the
lollowing  described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted 120
chainB soutb of N. E. Corner of T.L.
41274, thence south 80 chains, thenoe
east about 30 cbains to Arrow Lake
thence north along Lake ahout 80
chains, tbence west about 20 cbains
to point of commencement, contain -
ing about  200 acres  more or less.
Dated  September  13,  1911.
FREDRICK  WILLIAM  VIPOND.
Sep.23-No.22 E.R.  Vlpond,  Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke La n.l District.
District of  Weat  Kooteuay.
Take notice that I Edward Russell
Vipond, of Nakusp, B. C, occupation
oontiactur, intends to apply Ior permission to purchase the lollowing described lauds.
Oommenelng at a post planted 40
chains south of N. E. Corner of T.L.
41274, tbence south 80 chains, tbence
east about 20 chaius, to Arrow Lake
tbence north along Lake about SO
chains, tbence wtot about 2 cbuins to
point of commencement, containing
ahout 100 acres,  more or lees.
Dated September 13,  1911.
EDWABD   BUS8ELL VIPOND.
Sept. 23—Not. 22.
NOTICK.
RevelBtoke Land District.
District ot Weat Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Otho IUlstofl,
of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation
House Decorator, intend to apply for
permission to purchase tbe following
described landa:
Commencing at a poet planted
about two and a haW2)) miles in a
South-westerly direction from the
South West corner of Lot 9323; be
ing tbe North West corner, thence
running south 80 cbains, east 00
chains, north 80 chains, and
weet 80 chains to point of commence-
ment, snd oontaining 640 acres more
or leas.
Dated, August 12th,  1911.
OTHO  RALSTON.  Applicant.     .
James Flaber, Age«V SATVRPAY. OCTOBER 21, 1911
THE  ^A.TIL-HIEl^^.LD, IEEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1911
CAN    BK   C\ Itl-.n
VKUXKKNNK&S
* 	
OM Fallacy That Ornnkrnnrsw t'unmrt '
Be Cured  Exploded.
Many men drink who dost re to atojj
the habit. Whisky, however, h.s tin-
dermlneii th*.- constitution antl created
a craving that la not lo t^e tfenli d,
i nd the man n -" have whisky or
frkjmething that will remove the craving and build up the system and restore  the  nerves
Samaria Prescription stops the craving, studies the nerves, builds up the
general health and makes drink actually distasteful ar.d nan?-, ous. Jt it.
tastelesa and odoru-sa, and can be given with or without the patient's
knowledge, in tea, coffee or food. It
ia used regularly by Physicians and
Hospitals. It haa cured thousands in
Canada, and restored happiness to
hundreds of homes.
Read   what    Mrs.   G ,   of    Hull,
aaya of it and  what it did for her.^
"It :** four month* to-day since* ]
eiarted to use your Remedy I follow*
ed the directivrj- ai.d Nad Lhe best of
reaulta. one *• eek .«.'ter 1 atarti d im-
ir.« your Heme I) tl e patient dtoi>j>ed
drinking, and has not drunk a fflasi
of liquor itnce I hope you will accept
my beartfcll t.mka. Hoping Qod will
ble« your Itemedy whenever tried. I
remain. 4
Mr*.   O ,   Hull,   yuc.
(Name   withheld   by   request t
Now, if there is anyone in your
town who needs thia Remedy, tell
th*m of it. Practical philanthropy
.-*n take no better form. If you hav<
a huaband, father, brother <>r friend
who drinks, help them help them
Mlvea       Write   to-day
A KRKE TRIAL PACKAGE of S.i
maria, with Booklet jiving full particulars, directions, teat i m»i nia Is.
price, etc., will be sent in a plain sealed package to anyon*" mentioning thi>
paper Correspondence sacredly con
fidentlal    Tha trial package alone ha*
confidential. Write to-day. Tb.' Sn
maria Remedy Co., Dept. 46-49, Ool
norne St., Tor mt i, Canada. Alan
R.  Macdonald, Drug-
sa
gymiTion
Queer Beliefs of Dili Sea-Faring
Sailors
Mer lazily aboul tho .Im* ks, (liis is
considered a sign of culm weather,
with little or no wm.l in prospect,
but nny triskltiesa and a great am-
mount of squealing is balled ns a
sine sign ol win.Is, a very necessary
factor for the navigation ol a sailing
Whv     hums a sea-taring man—capt- '
am, cook or cabin boy-consider     it1   Sl,,h,,«    "" :l Kn,iil-V ''*• :|S   m*n»
unlucky to ship with a man who ,„„'- ; k""K'  ™»^1<"'"'1  unluckyj  Sunday  is
lected to pay h.s laundry bill? ! generally considered a lucky day, al-
» \ / E are ready to show you
all thc new winter Overcoats.
for Sale hy C.
gist, Revelstoke, B.  0.
Players Suspended
Montreal, Oct. 19—It was announced today that President Murphy of
the N.I. r. had Buspen ded Secours
and Decarie ol the National Lacrosse
club until July 12, 1912, (* r theii
.-:; play in the last match witl
the Montreal Lacrosse club's team.
Thi? means tbat thei players lose a
month of ne\t season's playing time.
A S mple Treatment Th it Wi I
Make Hair bro.v. N'o.v
Sold in Canada
Every .: to late woman sh uld
':: : ■■ ra Ii nt ball *
There ar   •..*   - of  women  with
harsh,  faded,  characterless hair, who
do not try to Improve it.
In En.ian J and l'aris \v,.tu?:i tik.
pride in having beautllul hair. Every
Canal.i.n woman can have lustrous
and luxuriant ban by using SALVIA
the Great American Sage Hair Tonic
Every reader o! the Mall-Herald can
have an attractive head of hair In B
lew weeks by using SALVIA.
C. P.. Macdonald sells a large Vo'-
tle for ."Ce. and guarantees it to
banish Dandruff, stop falling hair,
and itch n.' scalp in ten days. oi
money  hack.
SALVIA ts a beautiful, pleasant,
r.on sticky Hair Tonic.
iVJ.iU.~3
WRIGLEY
Lessons in Painting and Diawing
Oils and Water Colors
V .« Wrijrlev,  linldei
,i    Mai ei s
l-i. -    Certific.-e
inting;   0 nament Paint-
.    |, .  :_ m   laj (rom llii
*
....     |   :, ,.   .* ;  Hu It   i':. ■ -   foi
.   . : :•■ in ' • '•■
I       . pujils oi
-
:   r terms appl
• ' KY,
I   r> Mrs. Haggeu.
Sewing Machines
A i    * -lock of Sing
er an i Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hue
by the mi nth at Mannii •'-.
All kindb ol machine needles
Btoc'keu.
H.  MANNING.   Agent.
NOTICE
Kev. I District
!• -■■   ■       ■• t Kootenay.
T.tk.   r   * at I, B, I'.   R■*.. nol I
"f      I'.   .      t   - , 11    r.        * C npation.
clerk, Inten I ipply lor perral
to purch ise thi ' Ilo * n>      lei cribc 1
Ian Is
Commencing at a po I  planted    al
Why does a sailor nearing port after « lengthy voyage gather up old
clothes and slioes unfit for -further use
and  ceremoniously   commit  them    to
he deep?
Why doc- he like to sail on a ship
whicli displays n shark's tooth firmly nailed to the bowsprit or jibboom?
Why does he place great faith in
the merits ol a pig as a wheather
prophet?
The simplest answer to these que.-;-
'ions     Is—because  the average sailor
a    superstitious.     He   may    not be
'.mc as superst tions perhaps as thc
*-M-timiT who went  long  voyages    In
sulin   K vessels,  hut even llle advent
the four-day  transatlantic liners—
kyscraping Bteumships and floating
hoti'ls which travel [rom port to port
n schedule time In deliancc of storm
loldrums and oilier unfavorable wea
ther conditions--has not quite de-
privod Hi.-' sailor of iii- reputation for
uperstitlousness. Sonic day he may
liecome as matter of fact as an un
dsrground railway guard, but thero
still lingers round him enough of thc
romance and mystery ot the sea to
make an Interesting suuly of him anil
li s inlil beliefs.
linring very rough weather at sc.i
II would lie hard to convince and old
i me sailor that there wasn't a Jon-
i'i aboard. Many captains of the old
- hool, who ought li know hi t ber,
so superstitious In this respect
that it, is not uncommon for them to
' '-■■ Inl nse dislike to ulrlciers who
'*• h i, pi n. .1 apparently to li ■ the
'*   i-l'in  . is  of  had   weather,   and      cs-
eialh      fog.    It   is  quite  usual    on
,n .1 .--lop to iin.I     members of    th •
■ 'W nicknamed  'Fo gy  Jones,1  Hea-
P.'eatii i* Bill' or 'Squally .lack.'
''ats  an   board  .-iiiii  are  considered
■ iky,  .-,ii I many s stray one finds    a
infortalv'e  home  end  careful   att^'i-
'.n    with Jiack for ils [ri '.id,    al
1 nn h on  the other hand, our    do -
■ --ta-  Irani   has  at   limes  heen hold
■ pons:' le for  the      continuance      of
• ry  bad weather and had  to play the
■ rl  o! Jonah  to the full extent.
Perhaps the most     amusing superi-
-.1 m of the sailor is in considering it
crime for an member of the    crew
■ have port  with his Washing     bill
paid, as his neglect is generally be
':'ve*d to be the cause ol bad weather
nz encountered Jusi niter leaving
irt.
The w-ys of invoking the go.ls of
' 3 elements to I   ;' iw fair    weather
.1 winds are numerous. ' '■> : the
, st known is that when nearing port
".cr a lengthy voyage Old clothes,
-.1  -hoes unfit  lor further    usj   are
'letted ,'tii!  th own    v irl oar 1  -- th
much ceremony and faith    as to    th'
Itlmate  l   neflcial  results which  will
..mi*v  the  ship  swiftly   and   safely   in
h irbor.
■ 'n ■ of   ihe mo * e ir ous - ip in I
• ms is that  'I lallng with the cap!
■ of *,  shark.
'i'ho   natural  dr   d  .-■ ntipatl
•h  which   these   monsters    of      th'
■ • * viewed causes   a capture    to   be
iie I with much rejoicing. All b
fi .m    the captain to the cabin 'nov.
• ke a keen  interest  in the operation
aving bui cessfully    Ian led
rk on     deck   - a proceeding thai
ises no little ev [ti ment   11 Is
i and Its tail cul ofl   The trophy is
th n nailed either "ii the end
' o-.vsprit or jibboom and la c
i i ,i valual le charm, capable
Ing the power to bring the ship fair
.■an- and finest ol weather. It is not
ti [Common to see sail n
in port with this peculiar sign of the
si ilor's superstition,  but  the custom
fas! dying out with the advent ,.'
■ i  steamship,   where  th
a   shark  at   B -a   is   a   "'i '•   r ,*
• *,ee.
Another remarkable and  weird    be
■ it connected with the allmt
• is. These hue h.rds. measuring it
• is feet from  tip to tip   -M     the i
■  *   stormy
■   the i Mi's of ilood    Hop''
• *   surrounding  latl ■
* ships for  ■
c   Mm.	
1* ■ ■ Is with   poe
iln? I indent   mariners,
o lor   I
l     •    : in . : m ■
eternity.
-1 .; ;. these *    , i ■
c ■ itnrc' ,r.-"   ■
In s ov.: ■ *' ■*   lie ie tia '
iti i- ii ■    Itself I    the h
•
r re Mh* bail    and  the Mi i
I,   iled  * n  bo ii i    Pen
■ III allow th" e bird    to he kil
though the superstition as regards
the day of sailing is almost forgotten and seldom commented on in
these days ol rapid traveling.
I Whistling a board ship is considered ii dangerouB habit and a direct
call for stormy weather. The culprit,
whoever he may be, is quietly rebuked, although during calms captains
nnd others indulge in the habit, preferring to risk stormy weather to
drifting about motionless.
The superstition In regard to what
is known by sailors as St. Elmo's
lights i- vague and beyond the fact
thai there is something nneaiiny about it. few men of the (orecastle un
dersi.aiil the cause ot the soft, glowing lights which .sometimes appear on
llic lips of the yards and masts of a
ship in very stormy weather. The
pii nomin n Is due to the electrification of the aii, the tips ol the yards
aiid masts forming a contact with a
tbunder cloud and earth. It was the
belief among the Horn.ms thai when
only on- light could be seen the wor-
st of the storm was still tocome, and
this single light was known by the
n one oi Helena. However, when two
oi* more lights appeared it was con-
si I.'nd a sign thai the worst ol the
weather   was  past.
ITcre nre the hip;,  roomy,   cozy
kind—that mnke ll kails with you at once.
Styles   ure   distinctively   new—
patterns nre beautiful    ami thc tailoring is rijjht
no to the Fit-Reform standard.
•£.-
W. Parry
AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR
REVELSTOKE
;;■ a. v.
436
McKlNNON h SUTHERLAND
I Hpaiiiales Ne Temere Decree
Toronto, Oct. i.l—By a rising vote
the Kciimcnical Conference today overwhelmingly repudiated the principle
ol the Ne Temere Decree, recording
Its sentiment, and voice In the follow
in     resolution:
"Resolved, that this Ecumenical Me
t'sdist. Conference repudiates the prin
ciple thnt any church decree should
line power to over-ride civil law,
an. that, any marriage consummated
by any lawfully authorized person,
whatever the religious beliefs of contending parties, shall he valid and
Inviolable."
The remarkable Feature of the pas-
is. ng of the resolution was the total
a sauce of any vituperation. ltev.
Simpson Johnson simply presented
t'i" resolution from the platform. Not
a voice spoke to the resolution. Hev.
Dr. Humphreys, chairman, called for
a rising vote, and the matter was
accomplished. Four other important
resolutions were unanimously adopted
On? on divorce; one on temperance;
one on opium, and one on the dese -
elation of the Lord's Day. All were
o." a nature to protests and of recommendations and petitions to govern -
ments  and  congresses.
AUCTION SALE
Starting Sat. Oct. 14'h and every
Saturday and Monday
Watches, Jewelry, f to.
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.
Phore No. 87
KOOTENAY      1.0DU15,  No.
anil A. M.
Regular meetings aie held iu MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
ou the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
ROBT. GORDON, W. M.
W. B. ROBERTSON, Becretary.
DAN MciNTOSH
PORT MANN
The Pacific Terminal Port of the
Canadian Northern Railway
Official announcement is made lhat the
townsite lots will be on sale within sixty
days. As was the same in Prince Rupert
record prices wiil reign, some say
$151)00 to $20000 per lot. Tlie lots
nearest to what will be the highest
priced railway lots are those across the
road belonging to us. They are big 50
feet by 161 feet lots to a JO lout lane,
and are about   300   yurds  olT   the water
: bout. Prices now asked are only from
S1M0 up with 3 year terms, These
show   opportunities   for  greatesi quick
I profits ever offered iu the country. No
private subdivision in this Terminal can
ever be so close as ours. Remember
the highest price.s .*t the sale will set
the value lo our lots. \\v recommend
speedy action as onlv about fifty lots
remain unsold. Ask tor maps and
prices.   Sole agents -
The Sclwyn investment Company.Ltd.
1 3ii Dominion Trust Bluer. Vancauver,B.C.
NOTICE
I
wallowed Young
miss et:
•i
IEI. COR I.F'
wi (■'•<■
October Rod anii iiu.i
.' j .
sine*.
Bonn
.-nod
'
• make--
.•ti      a
-
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■ '    '
■
■
■
up |
Judges live Wall
*   It baa trim
ati indlng th *
ai   Regina  turn-
■■.ir  to  the  fair
■   and nn  account
*  in  the      King's
•       hum
■   • • i-'nk -
Th     ■•■■■' ■  mai
H^^^IHHpt i gated
.1. Mi'Guilin ami others working on
the Sunset tcl«ihunc line between
Cmtrevillc und Diamondvllle, Montana, Baw u rattlesnake, so they sny,
crawl Into a hole at the loot of a
telephone pole which they were about
to replace. In .limine up the hole
they uncovered the snake and a pick
pierced  its sine.
From the opening th3 men extracted six small snakes which the mother
bad swallowed to afford them     pro-1
taction. I
Uevelstoke Land District.
District ot West Kooteuay.
Take notice that sixty days alter
date Dominion SawmillB aud Lumber Ltd.. nf Hevelstoke, li. 0., a
Lumber Company intend to apply to
the Minister of Lands for permission
* to purchu8e (-10) Two hundrtd and
forty acres ot lnnd described as follows:
t'omnienciu^ ai h pnst planted 2
chaius south [rum the South blast
corner of Pearsons I're-Kmptlon, Lot
liuaii, Group One, Kooteuay District
and marked "D. 8. M. & L. Ltd.,
South West Corner Tost," thence
north 61) cha.ns, theuce cast 41)
chaius, thcni-e south CO ehuins, thence
west 40 chains to the point of commencement.
Dated this Sth day ot August, 1911.
Dominion Sawmills & Lumber, Ltd.
Ag.19-60     By  Jnmes England, Agent
LIQUOH ACT,  1910.
Monday, net, 30th, is the date
the  Kebecca  Lodge Dan.e.
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
\ rei kblfl Preach regulator;never tnlls. Thci-e
P < ftr-a exceedluglv p iwerful in rcmilatins tho
generative portion ol the (emnle lyatem. Kcfuse
all cheap Imitation!. I>r. do Tnn's aro snbl nt
•r. i 1,M\, nr three lor *U>. Mailed to any address.
Tho -inobeU I)rnc < <>., Bt, <  ,".mi Inc., OnU
e ils irf -ports -
*
*
*
■
cannot
thc mem
make thi m
■
'
■
*■   ,t.    .     ■ ■
. ■; .
r>f     th*
than  this number.   Thr.»,*> who   have
i       louth West  Corner ol Lot 7«1H
and  maiki'l  B.   R.   ll y olds      Nnr'h . lr I by lbe itc* r,n account of the la-
West Corner  Post,  thence cast      SO ih    thai the killing would tit   mi    "■''  "■''•'" iH     or th* hunting par
Chains to the South West Corner    o^t.  n to Inn.;   li   urtrous re   ill
T.  L.  6143.  thence south about    1001   Tbe killing of a pig at sea is    al
w.iys mt "i'1-i.si'.i. ..I     much   Import
anee, not only Ioi  n.i* reas n    that   '"    '""'i' ■	
trash meat is to be enjojwd—s gr«at!«*"*'! wlt,l i ''"'■'    ' ''"
luxury on  *"  ealHng ship after   per   hunting num
bapi  months of salt provisions    but   ' '" "'"■
also because what is termed  a "Pig
Lieeze"  or  Favorable  wind   may     lie
feet to tbe North Kast c.rner of
Lot 70-1 o, tbence along Hue of Lot
7f»4,1 forty chains, west I<1 ch iin.
south nn.l 2': chains west to line ol
Lot 2112, thence along line of lot
2112 10 cbains north and 20 chains
north    and 20 chains    west    to    the
I       *    *- ,11    I        M    .,,;;
ih  throughout  the   ■
Ito'l a" I Hun
li m'l   forgi i   aholil   tli * Thanksglv
^^*l-lliJJJJIIJJJJ-       I     ...       '   piling Turkey Suppei   il   the   f.M.CA
Corner, thence north I looked upon M » Mrtaltlty.       Wfl,,..,  u	
North     West
about 400 feet to the place ol   commencement,     containing imi     ncres,
more or less.
Dated September  25th,   1911.
ii. H. HEYNOLDS.
When   kept   on  sailiti'.'   vessels  are  of
ten let out "I thMr pens, and their
movement-* nre watched with keen
Interest. SlmuM ,, \<it show slgim i/
liiuinttHS hj)1 merely lie down or wan-]
OctolHT 30th at 5:30 to H p.m.
Shfloh's Cure
oulckly stiiiw I'liiKh".
Tl»  Hjroet imJ   lu"i
crirc-s coliN.  hcnle
as cent"
Pricelsm
Cream        I
Baking m
PoWder.
Mado from //rape Cream of Tartars absolutely free from alum.
For   sixty  years   American   housewives have found Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder ?i guarantee of light,
pure and wholesome food.
Notice is hereby given thut, on the
lirst day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent ol Provincial Police for
renewal of the holel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the St. Leon hotel, situate at St.
Leon, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 28th day of S-vteitiLer,
1911. UOds.
HERBERT  COUSINS, Applicant
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Luud District,
District of West Kootenuy.
Take notice that Jumes A. Shields,
of Revelstoke, British Columbia, occupation, Packer, intends to apply
for permission to puichnso the follow
ing described lands:
'"im i imh mi ne ut u post pluntud ut
tbe South West Corner of Lot S!77i,
Group 1, West Kootenay District, B.
('., and marked "James A. Shields'
South Eust Corner Post," thence
west about, twenty chains more or
less to the south-east corner of Lot
2712, (Iroup I, thenee north 40 chains
thonco east 20 chains moro or less to
tho north west corner of Lot 2773,
tbi'iiiii south  40 chains to point      of
mm..' im nil-Hi, and contuining 80
acres more or lesB,
Dated August 29th, 1911.
JAMES  A.  SHIELDS.
Andrew  Kiteon,  Agent.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12, 1. 0.  0. F.
Meots every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
J.   S. HOOLEY,  N.  G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
COURT     MT.     BEGBIE,   No. 8461.
OP I. 0. V,
Meets in I. a 0. F. Hall next to
Tappiug'B Opera House every secoud
and fourth Monday iu month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
G. W. BELL, O. R.
WM.   S.  CAMERON,  Rec.-Bsc.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. of    P.,
NO.  IK,  REVELSTOKE,  B.  0.
Meets every Wednesday exctpt   the
Third  Wednesday of eaoh month     in
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially invited.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, 0. 0.
Q. H. BROCK, K. ol R. * B.
 M. of F.	
0. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 32*.
Meets Second   and    Fourth Wednesdays   in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Con. Com.
JAMEB McINTYRE,  Olerk.
HARVEY, McCARTEH
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial   hank   lluiluiug  Revelstoke, B. O.
Mouoy to Loan.
UUicos—Hevelstoke,    b.   0.,     and
Craubrook, It.  C.
Geo.  ti. MeCarter,
A. M. I'liikliain, J. A. Harvey,
Craubrook
Rovulstoku,
ROBERT  SMITH.
Provincial l.ati>d  Buveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engiuuortui
■JcKENZlE  AVE.,
BOX   1116.   REVELSTOKE.
W.      H.      WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
Box. 282, Revelstoke.
Plans and     Specilications prepared
lor     all    classes     ol  uuudin^s, Etc.
draughting una Blue Printing.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
Dlstriot  of  host Kootenay,
. UftC UUtlCO UlttC Uiu. ivicuughrul.,
o. ArfoWltoaUi li. Li., occuputitiu
i.tiiuucuuuu, :nu ii .:. to apply ior por
mission in imiimm tue I'M.'in.ii;: UU-
stiiued luuus lor muruie unu lauo
quarrying purposes.
* iiiiiiiiMiiMiii.*, ut a post plumed
a.i.nn two miles soutu oi rings,on
i n-i'ii .mil uud iiiiiri-.!**! "ii. McGagu-
i,.us South East Coruer", tbeucc
uest 40 '-liiliiiM, tin:.ice nortll lu
ca.unu, thence eust m cbains, more
or less to the luke shore, theuco
soutb along tno lake shore 40 chuius
more or less to the poiut ot commencement, containing lt>0 acres
more or less.
Dated  Aug.   22,   1911, 8.6-N.d
ED.  McGAGHRAN.
LltlllOR ACT,  1910.
Noiic is hereby (flvon that on the
lirst day iit December next, application will Iw made to the Superintendent of Provlnolal Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retuil In the hotel known
us the Union hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in the Provinoe of British Columbin.
Dated this 9th day of October. 1911.
W.J.  LWHTBURNE, Applicant.
NOTICE.
Revelstoko Luud DiBtrict.
District of West Kootenuy.
Take notice that I, Oharles Stadler
ol Nakusp, B. C, occuputiou Logcr,
intends to apply for permission to
purcbase the lollowing described luuds
Uommenciug ut u post planted at
tbo North Eust Corner oi T.L. 41274,
tbence south 40 ehuins, thenoe oust
,*i*.mn 2 cbuius to Arrow Luke, theuce
ulong Arrow Lake to point ol cum
nicncemeut, containing 40 acres more
or less.
Dated September L'5th, 1911.
OHARLES  STADLER,
E. R. Vipond, Agent
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given thut, on the
lirst duy of December noil, application will be mude to tbo Superintendent of Provinciiil Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retuil iu tbe hotel known
us the Glacier House, situat at Glu-
cier, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 28th duy ot Beptomber,
I'lll. 3(Ws.
Canadiun  Pacillc  Railway  Company,
Applicant.
LKjUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice Is hereby given that, ,on tha
lirst day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police lor
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
ai the Lardeuu hotel, situate at
(omaplix, in tho Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 28th day oi September,
I'lll. 30:1s.
RUSSELL    M.   EVANS,   AppUceot,
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I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1911
THE  MAIL-HERALD,  REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1911
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See special window displays.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. Jtume Si Co.. limited
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.
*% Dry Goods Department TC
New Tains
for ihe Children
Navy or Garnet Felt Tarn 35c.
Large Navy or Red Tarns 50c.
 $1.00
Patent Leather Brown or Black 75c.
Children's Coals
A bunch of Children's Coats,
some Bear Cloth for Infants and
Cloth Coats for Children of 5 and
6 years for
$1.90
Friday Bargains
This is a good season for Friday
Bargains, about 100 odd pieces
of Women's Underwear, natural
colors and white, a mixed lot but
every piece a bargain at 50c. per
garment.
Ladies Umbrellas
Some with new style wood handles, others with
metal and sterling silver handles.
Nowadays when all accessories in good dres ing
must be right, ihere is style to I e considered in
the umbrella as well as any'oihor article of wear.
A great range of prices - 75c to $15
Fancy Silk Waists
A clearance of Fancy Silk Waists, good range
of colors and plenty of blocks. .Most anv size in
the lot.     No use to say what thev were worth, but
They are a real bargain at $3.90
300 yds Natural Colored Linen
Make good waists, pretty coats, children's clothes,
aprons, etc.    Stripes, etc., 25c goods,
Selling for 15c per yard
Old Country Flannelette
Fine, soft, lofty finish, in fancy and plain colors.
These are a line of Flanneletls that cannot be
beaten for washing and ironing qualities.
See them at IOc to 25c
New Art Needle Work Doylies
Table Drapes, Dresner Scarfs, etc. Silk work on
the brown and tan natural bnens hat are so fashionable just now. These are German hand embroidered goods. You will be surprised at the
price—about half usual.
Some nice pieces, $1.50 to $4.50
New Winter Gloves
Old Country knit wool Gloves for ladies and children, the warm, hard-wearing kind. These will be
required shortly. We have a splendid stock,
black and colors, all sizes, gloves «nd mitts,
25c, 35c, 50c, 75c.
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.
Draperies
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.
Curtain Poles and Fixtures
Window B'inds 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.
Wall   Papers
Now is the time to buy wall paper.
You can brighten up a dingy room
for the winter at very little cost.
All our papers are this season's
goods, and can be relied upon for
quality and good taste.
Complete Range of Linoleums
and Floor Oilaloths
Fall and Winter
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vercoats
We are Showing
Twenty-Two Styles
Felt Slippers
For Men, Women, Children
Why  be   satisfied with   half-a
dozen-out-of-date styles thrown
at you ?
Come where you can examine
the new styles—and all the new
styles.
These  20th Century Overcoats
are   bench   tailored by  expert
needlemen.   They are the acme
of style, they fit faultlessly and
hold their shape until worn out.
We Are Exclusive Agents
We have shown many complete lines of
felt slippers, but this year our stock
eclipses anything ever shown in the city.
We can fit any foot. Our styles and materials are the newest the market offers.
The Prices are right and will fit any
pocket-book.
Children's strap, leather sole, 3 to 10.
40c. per pair.
Children's ankle strap slipper, leather
sole. 4 to 7, 50c. per pair.
Children's ankle strap slipper, leather
sole, 7 to 10, 60c. per pair.
Children's boudoir slipper, leather sole,
GOc. per pair.
Misses strap slipper, leather sole, 11
to ?., 50c. per pair.
Misses' Red Felt Juillette, leather sole,
11 to 2, $1 35 per pair-
Misses' plaid, felt boudoir slipi>er, 11 to
2, 75c. per pair.
Misses' Jaeger slipper, leather sole, 11
to 2, $1.35 per pair.
Ladies' Jaeger felt slipper, leather so'e.
$1.50 per pair.
Ladies' plain, velvet slippers in green,
brown and red; Juillette style, leather
soles, fur trimmings, flexible soles, at
$1.76 per pair.
Ladies' plain, felt slippers in black,
brown, red and grey, same style as above,
flexible leather soles, at $1 75 per pair.
Ladies' velvet slippers, Persian patterns,
Juillette style, at $1.75 per pair.
Ladies' black strap slipper, leather sole,
$1.25 per pair.
Ladies' low, red, house slipper, leather
sole, $1 per pair.
Ladies' low plaid, house slipper, leather
sole, at $150 per pair-
Men's plaid felt slipper, leather sole, at
$1.50 per pair.
Men's Jaegar felt slipper, Pullman style
at *2 00 per pair.
Men's Jaeirar felt slipper. }o\v style, at
$1.75 per pair.
2*2 High Class Groceries Xi
T
eas
It pays to push an article. It pays
to push it to some purpose. We arc
pushing Sunbeam Tea in bulk at
40c. and 50c. per pound. We waste
no energy whatever in advocating
the quality of the tea because people
who have bought it once will buy it
again. The intrinsic merit this tea
backs up the highest praise you can
give it.
Coffi
ee
We are always gaining golden
opinions from our customers when
we send them a package of our famous fresh ground Mocha and Java
Coffee. Thc quality of this high
grade Coffee is endorsed by thousands of delighted users. Try a
pound if vou have not used it before.
Fruits
Wc arc still receiving a few shipments of fruits (or preserving and
can till your orders for prunes, pears
peaches, quinces and grapes. The
season will soon he over and if you
have not put up any fruit DO IT
NOW.
Extracts
Sealey's Flavoring Extracts never
fail to give perfect satisfaction. They
are unparalleled in quality, purity
and flavor and are featured by the
most particular customers. You
cannot make a mistake in buying
Sealey's. You get quality, quantity and price all in one.
Codfish
The dr> Codfish if packed and
cured in the proper way is as fine a
change as you can wish for. We
have the finest and best cured dry
csdfish 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. SATTRIUY. OCTOBCT 11, 11111
THE MAIL-HEEALD, JREVELSTOKE
SATl'UDAY, OCTOUKIt 21,  1911
Smart Fall Millinery
Special shipment by Express ihis morning including
NEW PATTERN HATS the latest models from the
East,    Our Milliner) Department is always up-to-date.
New Fall Coats
New Fall Suits
We arc   showing   lhe   greatest
variety i'i Coats  ever  brought
For Ladies,   in  Tweeds.    We
are showing   ihe   production  of
three different Factories.    You
together at anyone  season   by
may depend upon  the  newest
us before,
stj les.
Pnces-$14.   $18.   $22.50   and   $25   Kach
$20.00 to $25.00 Each
REID & YOUNG
MARRIED
DICKSON-CROASUALE-At   the  Me
,!,..:   * Revc.stoko,  B.   C,
Mon lay, Oct. Ah, 1911, by Rev. It*
j, Milmyi". .1. K. Dickson, "I Rev
etatoke, '" M'sa Kathleen Croaa
lale,   'f  Boston,   Mass.
IHE CITY IH BRIEF
,1  Kamloopn,
'The
toi I
hei ;
M      St. lla   Sweeny
Is   , guest  in  I-** nu
> Book  v..*,:   seats eai I)   I ':
Ressurection "  Ki   laj   * ■ ■■'
Miss I'.'-'.i Mi \ i*.- ; ;< today
S mcouver, wher she will Isit
grandmother.
Mr. an.l Mrs. Vi. Gordon Scale, re {
turned Thursday  Iron) the >'a*->t where
they .-','ent  their honeymoon.
"Tbe Ressurection," Friday m'xt by
ihe Allen Players, for the Catholic
churh.
Dr. E. 3 H M Lean and Mr. ft.
Mi Lean return ■■•; Tl tr* lay trom To
...     ,• . |   ,..1:;tern citii's.
Friday the 2 th "Th i R ssurec
ti n" hy th- Allen Players, : en Bl
(or i     ' .ti'.ohr church,
Ren     r tl     late of S. I.. Taufoe'*'
•  •    * anl il you li ive
. ■ ,.     • ro bli -    m  usult   hln   ai    Dia
m .     * ! ij   and  Fn*lay.
lid 3.
• .     r five n
t:irn?j  Ir >m a ' c ssl il    hunt-
la? ti       n  the      untrj    . o il  tweo-
* . ••;■ oil.        They
.-:  i»  skin
lucks and    sh be-
:::   .  rj       •: " lul   u  that  country.
■■ • sil     I -"1*1
I      rsull     ' taiii.-
.':   t    it   way'    [f     BO,
.       -    ;.    ■■• |      •'•
lew Laid I s ic. Per Doz.
In order to gol tho best results frnm your chickens
you must provide the hest foods available, as without these egg producing foods you certainly rlo not
get the host results. Try our Beef Scrap] Oyster
Shell Grit, Crushed Bone or Alfalfa Meal.
FEED—We also enrrj a full stock of Hay, Oats.
Wheal, Barley, Corn, Chop, Bran and Shorts.
A. HOBSON,        Baker and Grocer.
Look At This
We have ninety cords of good, clean, dry cedar in 11 and
16 inch lengths. We also have cedar, fir and hemlock
mixed.   Get your orders in early for immediate delivery.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES LIMITED
Mon lay, Oct.   30th,  is  the  'late    o!
llie Rebecca  Lodge Dance.
"A  Stranger  In a  Stran e  Land,"
it  the Bdison theatre tonight.
Tlie All. n i'l.i... i are i»resen1 Ing
" \ Stranget In a Strange Lnnd" at
h ■ l-l llson theatre tonlghl
Oo to tbe F I n - ■ .* .i i * tonight.
nr ji ti y night iimxi week; aee the \l
: a I'laj i - an.l h 'in the Royal Hun
;aii.-in Quartette
"A  Stranger  In  a  Stran •*■ Lan i '
.8  ' na ol the fui e\er
ii    \'.'..• i 1'layi i - nl  the Bdison
theatre  lonl
Mes rs.   Abruh tmson  and     I'
.v:ll  complete  tho  i   ncrcte   .'...rk    of
llourn    Bn *■   n iw  -■" nr    tod iy
,1n   ; i\  the •:* tnl   rorkere   fil
Thanksgiving  Hay  Is  Mi inlay,  Oct.
II tli  ilus yenr.
Tucker's annual reduction In prtoes
n i hotos Ui ous iii-t.  23 and * nut in
ues  until   January   I,   1912.   Come  li
Marly for your Christmas photos,    n
\   l.ni h  .n  every   picture,  original
liumor, whol 'some lun,  .\.:.i k*.i l thi
lartiiiin -I   at   t . •   r       ... t ■ ian i lull < li
a \t  Wi tlnemlay evening,
r.   II.  |i'"i!-*i*litii.,n has  iusl   .  turn
hunt       K
The party  were bu ssful    in
inimals.
T   * members ol F I       R M R., will
■ all   in  tomorro* i ai
■  Drill  Hall  at  2:45.        ll..
■       I ■        III' :   A       *   *
-..-■-. »111       al    fork  "it the  roof, and  in a  month's
:  Fr       iim* the wh le I uildin - will  be rum
n.l  3rd. .    ted.
i-iie folded
\v. ■ .*..*.   t;     i .'.   y s
•   ■*,    i      tli       we'.l
C.P.H
• .    H •
t   ol  ll  alt'.
.
Ml.    J.   V,.    ttii.l.l
I ' '    11    ■    ' " I .
ia * it.    i] Fr I. y am ' '
n.n" with
i li ni.-'.; as pl
trail       ':  'a    ress  the societj
•    dace and  presiii I
Mr.' >,e the I am  ■   .
itoke     li ■ i irder   n Brit
ei   of  '-.'lut •;,".  will return    iter in I
-reari  from   Kai -        pagsengei      ind spend some time   a
i'n* interest ol this  work
Thf  regulat   meeting  ol  th(     weal
hurd        Mr. J   EC. W itaon an I  Hi
■
*
*   let      «
UIQHT
YOUR EYES'
will appreciate the ease and comfort; derived from
wearing "proper fitting glasses." If you have not
had your "Eyes" attended to
WHY PUT IT OFF?
Our Representative will be at
DIAMOND HALL. REVELSTOKE
Thursday and Friday, Nov. 2 and 3
Make it a point to consult him.
C/\LL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
THE TAUBE OPTICAL COMPANY
132 Eighth Avenue East. CALGARY, Alberta
I'.stalilisln'l 1871 Long Distance Phone 268*4
THE "EMPRESS" SHOE
NEEDS NO BREAKING IN
COKIiiG EIIE8T3
Ocl.  IT to as.—'I'ln'    return    of    the
popular Company,  tho  Allen  Players nnd  Miss v.'ina Fi Urn, al   the |
Bdison theatre.
Oct. 211- "Yon Yonson" ut the Opera
House.
Oct. 2R- I.. W. Ford, Cartoonist ami
Humorist nt the Proshyterian
Church.
Oct. 27 -Hospital INiu'lil by Allen
Players  in  ISdlson Theatre.
oct. »0—Rebecca Dance in the Opera
1 louse.
Oct. 80—Thanksgiving Supper in thc
Y.M.C.A. at 5:30 p.m.
Nov. 80—Mark   Hamburg   the   great
Russian      Pianist,    at   lbe    Kdison
theatre.
Dec. 18—O.P. Walker presents the Win
Yule company In tlio Rivals, at th
Bdison theatre.
Ian, 10—Return ot Wm. Yule & Co.,
in  liomhey  & Son,  Edison theatre.
Ian. 211—The famous Ferguson's Jubilee Siuger« considered the best col
ored concert compauy ou the road.
Bdison theatre.
Feb. 26—The Castlesquare Entertainers in liiirh I'lnss concert at the
Ellison theatre.
Don't forget bhe dance Oot. .loth, at
Hie Opera House by the Rebecca
Liodge.
FOR SALE
Rhode Island Red Chickens
F. G. Buff Leghorn
Parred Plymouth Roc's.
Pekin Ducks
Endden Geese
Young and old stock at reasot
able prices.
Write or Phone to
>ew Grove Poultry Farm
MUS.  R.  A. UPPER,
Revelstoke, I! C. Phone 212
In style, fit, lini'li and material the
"Empress reveals a superiority obviously
distinctive.
Wc sell lliem.
Footwear
for Fall
We can supply your
needs for the fail in good
footwear, whether for
the house or street. We
make a specialty of Empress Shoes for women
and Classic shoes for children and misses.
We earn Bui] less Shoes in
Hals,, ill Kill, Coin Metal,
Patent and velvet lops. nut-
Ion iu Kid, patent anil velvet
top. Pumps in suede, kid and
patent.
Classic Siloes for Children are
the best and cheapest shoe you
can bin.    We guarantee every
shoe we sell.
WARM SLIPPERS
We have a nice lol ol lelt
slippers for all sizes [row the
small kiddie to tlle larifest si/e
iu ladies. Tbe priees will tempt
vou.
oMcLennan CS, Co.
-
■tn.in
.JOHN LEE
Drygoods
Dressmaking
Ladies' Tailoring
Fit  Guaranteed
Hand-Painted Cups, Saucers
Fine Japan China Tea Sets
LOWER TOWN
Opposite Central   Hotel
EDISON   THEATRE
ONE NIGHT, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1911
FRANK W, lUiAI.V AND W. li. SHERMAN
Pre ent Woods l'razee nml Lederers'
WORLDS'    FAMOUS  MUSICAL   COMEDY
jljlti:M:~.+-.yzit.i:hrk
I.t     -    'ry Ilt-Ilo   -iLOrt-iiunl   I.a.
Ulc-tia   •     ll **   im!    ll.      '*■'*,
THF ENCHANTING MELODY WHOSE HAUNTING STRAINS HAVE CMTflltAUjD THE WORLD
Il'l tho Thuua Bong ot WOOL'S . MAZEE* LEDEREB  ruenoiunul Suoccil,
Ry OTTO HAUF.RBAOH toi KARt, HOSCHNA
TBELA«GniNG MUSICAL SENSATION OF TWO CONTINENTS
A OMT OF NNMCM. COMEDY CELEBRITIES. Including {"J
I ''
IIE MARBIVR VRODlirTlHH
THOM THD Nl'.W AMNTZmOAIf
Tai*.ATl*.lt. NEW TOBK.
Special Orchestra   Carried By   the   Company
TWO CARS Ol' SCBNRRY
LARGR ni'.M TV CHORUS
Subscriptions now being taken for Seats. All subscribers bave a
24-boUr Option on Hest Seats, previous to the opening! Regular Seats
on Stile Friday, Oct. -"tb, at Macdonald's Drugstore,
Prices, $2.00, $1.50 and $1.00
News About Moose Jaw
THE HUB OF SASKATCHEWAN
Wp have just received won! that half a block in the centre of
Windsor Park, our Subdivision in Moose Jaw, has been reserved by the
Government for a school site. This not only increases the value of our
property, but also demonstrates that it is situated in the centre of tie
growing residential district Windsor Park is only one mile from Main
Street and 15 minutes walk from Post Office and only two blocks from
the street cir line. We can safely say this property will double in value
in a short time as Moose Jaw is rapidly forging to a front place among
tho larger cities of the west. Here are a few facts Ask for our booklet of Moose Jaw published by the Board of Trade.
tn. n
;. ,-   ',.**•    i  ■ ... ,   . ,,;    „    it,*,,*!   *
•   ni     * ti vt-1'..-'.*• *
evening   by I.   *". Fort
-■    Thii   -  Mr   Fort'i nt-'   ■.    ■
i;,...    ■   . it tl who
(ttefl led bn *n   ■
• t"i in
the Bill '  ' '
. live lor eMldren
nd ii          price
the rt led
from Vei non.   Mr. Watson
■ ii uh.,tti i'n.'..*r- ty,
M     -       ll.lill
■
•
■ r.- im 1' ■
i mi teriafl  church
-, '■'
, let   .in I
a 111 n   Sun
* u te**-:)   work.
-
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re "ii
-
it     wink
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n
JIKWS"   DRIJO  STORE
FLOWliK   BULBS   Direct
from  HOLLAND
We have n ceivi d So   '   I'ull'*-  in
large single Hi u inths, 2 lot .' *
, ,,: Darwin Tulips, per do; ISc
i iriliimtv   varietiee  per in/       I Si
Von Sion Daffodils, tOi
Tape* whiti N trcessis " I'
Butter and Egg Daffo
dlls, ;
Bmpress S.r< essi, *''■
Freetia, |Y
Crocus, Snowdropf, etc.
Liliuni Cati'liilnm -' (or J.V-
All choice first quality Bulbs
iUttable lor indoor or ont do >r
Fresh HIADA ■'.     MORE
CHOCOLATKS
NEW   BOOKS
"Liie liverl
M u le i orelli    11   !
'  M it*   Mi'l'lm.i in- '
!',,,,     Ii.l'l    Ml I   'III ll  I
'■Mr-  Carre     ' bickens,"
Kate Douglas Wiggen     I ii
NcwTHKRMOS BOTTLKS
Pints, $Z.Zi        ' '■' trl    W S"
I,mull Kit, <ii i'l
129 COUGH CUKK, 50c
REXALL REMEDIBI lm  ill eil
ineniB   fully guaranteed
THE HKXAIiL DRUG STORK
tm
G. P. R. TIMETABLE
WBBTBOUND
No    i  M *  et al
■ m.
No. 1  iirnvi-H   it 3:16 p.m.,
P. rn.
No.   13,   -I* if li,  train,   nr vci      at
i 8*5 i' m , leavei at 1:41 p.m.
BA8TBOOND.
No. ii. Seattle train, arrlvee     at
7 ir,  a.m., leaves 7 'ifi a m.
No.   2  arrivi':,   ,it.   I I  In   a m ,   Ir. iV-M
nt.  l'i o'clock noon.
No. 4 arrives nt  13:45 a.m..  leavrs
at. 13:86 a.m.
Month train leaves  Reveletoke      ai
1:36 a.m., arriving hack ni I 16 p.m.,I
ronoecbiin: hen; with No. 18,
MR.   v ALTER Cl TLETT
■ Sherrj l 'n
.  Mm,ila. . I )■ i. 30
IT'S A LIE!
elstoke nro not
of sitfht.    No,   sir!
iloth-
»hingB, in fa
■•*: wean
im: can  i;i CalRar
Winnipeg—that is. if yon do
I  JOHN BUL'. S.    •.
Because lohn Bu
and  you  don'l  have  to pay for
lebts, or ari    collector'a
■ okkeei ei'-   -alary.
" Men Who Know" these things
.- * day
and Bavinjr money, too.   'I I
• -, thai   find our prices
e lower tl i iwesl
Seeing is believing.   Come and See.
MoOSe JgW Ins over 17 large factories.
MoOSe JaW has over 26 Wholesale Houses.
MoOSe JaW has ll lines of railway either running or being built.
MoOSe JaW has 17,000 population.   In 100G only 6,250.
MoOSe JaW has an assessment of over $27,000,000.
MOOSe JaW is a profitable place to invest your money.
OUTFITTERS FOR
MEN  WHO  KNOW
I   (t t Bell      Doctoi       ; •    il  snd
Reed's   I nshlon    Shoe       Wi I'l';   .
Tralntni n hoes of sil
kind i, nil  nl   «Iiii h   .'ne   Cnioti   macb
iml    high    urnil"      Inn  1
i  ulei.' M.n     i* *, erythiiig ihat Lhe b ■ *' t
requires   Ioi   -.,n,f..n     Chippewa   rails
Ihoei mimI Shoe Pai M **
WINDSOR PARK
The Best Buy in Moose Jaw To-day
JOHN BULL
. Block Pi
t'asb nm! Que l'i *.*--■
$100 to $200 a Lot
Terms:-One Quarter or One-Fifth  Down; Balance over 18 Months
li r.
J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
E. G. Foley, Manager - - Mackenzie Avenue
M»

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