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Vol. 17-No. 88
REVELSTOKE. B. C, NOVEviBEK 4 1911
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WHAT MAKES MORE HAPPINESS THAN SITTING
AROUND THE GLOWING COALS. ESPECIALLY IF THEY
BE BURNING IN A HANDSOME HEATING STOVE7
OUR HEATERS WILL TONE UP THAT ROOM AND
BE AN ORNAMENT AS WELL AS A COMFORT.
WHEN YOU BUY YOUR STOVE OR RANGE FROM
US YOU WILL BUY A RELIABLE MAKE
DON'T WAIT FOR THE COLD SNAP-LET YOUR
NEIGHBOR WAIT- BE READY FOR IT AND HAVE THE
LAUGH ON JACli FROST.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Lid
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
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LIST or
THE CITY'S SCHOOLS
Highest Averages for the Month
of October-Standing of the
Various Classes
Tlm lollowing list contains tin'
names nf those pupils in Central and
Selkirk schools whu have inmle the
highest average in their respective
grades for the month uf October. The
names iu each grade are arranged tn
order uf merit.
CENTRAL SCHOOL.
Kntrance Class -L. Abrahamson, M.
Fleetham, K.  Field.
Intermediate Fourth reader— E.
MeKinnon, El, Bruilshuw, M. Ringer,
S.   ('rallieano,   O.   l'eterson.
Low Fourth reader—R. Tupping, N.
Fleetham, H, Lyttle, A. McLean, M.
Matz.
High Third reader—J, Tweodalc, M.
Lawrence,   M.  Whittaker,    R.  Cnlder,
D. Rushford.
Low Third reader—M. Simmonds, S
Turk, F. Dunn, A. Lundell, H. Tomlinson.
High Second reader—J. Ballyk, L.
Maley, J. McGregor, iH. Bradshaw,
U.  Scott;.
Low Second reader—C. Davis, I.
McOauley, P. Ballyk, E. Tapping, L.
Hobson.
High First reader—I. Morgan, D.
Rushford, Violet Abrahamson, M.
Hamilton,  A.  Mainprize.
Low First reader—M. Bed, Vi. Dunn
J. MeKinnon, F. Watson,  M.  Daniels
High Second primer—G. Barraclough, D. Siegfried, A. Needham, D.
Holten,  0.  Abrahamson.
Low    Second  primer—E.  Bradshaw,
E. Lilly, A. Fritz,  W.  Jamicson,    A.
Davis.
High First primer—E. Nine, S. Bur
ridge, R. Morris, A. Abrahamson, W.
Cressman.
SELKIRK SCHOOL
High Second reader—D. Porta, D.
Mackenrot, O. Lundell, L. Briggs, T.
Comozzie.
Low 8econd reader—M. McLeod, C.
Hunt, N. Uoch, M. McCleneghan, G.
Porter.
High First reiwW—E. Frey, C.
-Lottglwed, J. Smith, J. Murray, T.
Frey.
First   Reader—L.   Beech,     R.
J.   I'atrick,    M.   Porta,    M.
Wedding Bells
McLEAN-STlTT.
On Monday afternoon at 'i o'clock
tho wedding occurred at the home of
Rev. Bacon-Hillocks, of St. Paul's
Presbyterian ohurch, of Dr. Ernest
H. S. McLean, of Revolstoke, and
Miss Ralphia Weir Stitt, of Spencer*,
ville, Oot., daughter of Mr. anil Mrs.
Jos. Stitt, nf that place, and niei-e
of Rulph Weir, of Ellarslie, Alta.,
with whom the bride has l«en visiting for the past few weeks.
Thfl bride was tastily attired in n
smalt travelling suit and was at-
ti idled by Mrs. (Senator) Lougbec;!.
After tbe ceremony, the young couple
injoyed a dainty little repast and left
nn the 2:15 a.m. train west for thoir
'ittiue home in Revelstoke, where lhe
iirooin has nn extensive practice, nnd
is very popular among his townspeople.—Calgary  Herald.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Boosting B, C. Fruit Intetr/
Mr. J. Vestrup, of Nakusp, sccre.
tary of the Arrow Lakes Agricultural Society, passed through Revelstoke
'*,n Wednesday en route for a three
months advertising campaign on the
prairies. Mr. Vestrup took with him
about 30 varieties of applis grown
in the Arrow Lakes district, and al-
-ii a valise full of fruit culture literature. Mr. Vestrup is a booster for
his district and there is no doubt
but that a large amount of success
will attend his efforts to put before
the prairie citizens the benefits of
life on a fruit ranch on the Arrow
Lakes.
BANK ROBBERY
A Big Sum of the Stolen Money
Found Under the Sidewalk-
Detectives Hard at Work
Vancouver, Nov. 3—A sum exceeding twenty-tour thousand dollars, in
notes and gold, the prooeeds of the
New Wesi'minster bank robbery were
found hidden under the planks of the
sidewalk a few blocks distant from
the scene of the robbery. Some city
workmen made tbc Hnd. The notes
were damaged by their long stny
in the wet ground. The gold was
in a bag, the latter being rotted by
thc dampness. The booty was evidently hidden by the thieves after
they made their effectual efforts to
escape in a motor car taken from a
neighboring house. Arrests are said
to bc  imminent.
The Pinkerton detectives at work
here on the Bank of Montreal robbery have received a telegram announcing that some of the money
stolen from the bank has beeu found
in Eastern cities, but neither the
amount nor the places where it was
found are stated. Curiously enough,
the Information was received almost
Immediately after the discovery of the
burled  loot in New   Westminster.
at
Attraction Extraordinary
Savings Bank D<w«irtmiont
,*ni;ei>:      ,■*.'   Interest alii wed at
Correspoiidance solicited.
Deposits of $1 and upward,
current rate from date .if deposit.
Revelstoke Branch -A. fl. MjCleneghan, Mgr.    J
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Low
I Beech,
* Laing.
High Second primer—F. Frey, J.
Crawford, T. Jackson, C. Howson,
E.  Comozzie.
Low Second primer- E. MeDonell,
il. Donaldson, J. Beech, Q. Young,
L.  Morrison.
High First primer—R. Goodwin, J.
Millar, F. Pagden, H. Porter, D.
Collison.
1 Low First primer—R. Rnwlett, A,
Corning, J. Rowlett, R. Turk, ( D.
Kilpatrick and  C.   Mackenrot).
Primary—J. Concelliers, T. Pugs -
ley  ,  M.   Sirrianni, I.  McKenzie.
JUST  ARRIVED
Bear Skin Coats for Children
(Brown and White!
Bonnets to  Match
Mrs. A, G, Crick, / First Street
P. BURNS C& CO., LIMITED
OYSTERS SPRING CHICKENS
IMPERATOR AND SHAMROCK HAMS
AND  LACON
P. 33URNS & CO., LIMITED
Caledonian Society
Itevelstoke Caledonian Society heU
its regular meeting on Wednesday,
Nov. 1st, with Mr. W. M. Lawrence
in the chair. A good program ol
Scottish songs, duels, recitations an.l
instrumental music was contributed,
and much enjoyed by all present. St.
Andrew's day is being looked forward to wiih interest as the entertainment committee promises to pio-
vide something worthy of the occas-
'M>n. Tbe membership is now close on
to ll>0 and applications are still rom-
ing in. All those of Scottish origin
should avail themselves of the op -
portunities offered by the Society of
promoting and preserving Scottish
history and traditions. Applications
for membership will be receivod by
the Secretary Mr. S. Cameron, 1st
street, or by any of the memberu.
The next meeting will be held on
November 15th and every memlicr
should make an eflort to be present,
ns business ot special importance will
be dealt with.
The     coming of  the famous    Jolly
ttUUU UaCU IUI dllllfyiCa „oUnced by the managers of the Edi-
Ten species ol wood are used in the BOO theatre, and absolutely one of
manufacture of shingles in Canada, th« »*st organisations that ever came
I which cedar is thc most import- to Revelstoke is promised. Miss Delia
ant. Reports received by the Fores- >'rinK'le the stl»' of this Popular corn-
try Branch at Ottawa show that ov- l»any has an enviable reputation
ir nine-tenths of the two billion throughout the eastern States and is
Mhiugles produced in Oanada during ;ast becoming a favorite in the Can-
1910 were of this species and that ov- '"Wan provinces. Miss Pringle en-
er one-balf of these were western ced faces the best players in the drania-
ar cut in British Columbfe. The con- tic held and selects the highest class
sumption of spruce and white pine I'1*?8- Kach production is staged in
has decreased suddenly io. 1-910. eigh- '"> ««•«« manner, and every detail
ty-two per cent, less of the former 's carefully looked after. The public
being made than in 1909, and scarce- '^mand the very best, and Miss Prin-
ly one-fifth the usual amount of white >-'le fu»y lives "P t0 tnat demand,
pine being produced. N9Va Scotia and      Tt>e gowns worn by this clever star
. Hardware,
&	
HEATING STOVES
We have a hirgt Btock of Helle
Oak, Sunbeam Ualt, Hot Hlasi
Airtight and ntber beaters.
with specially heavy grates
anil linings, at prices to suit
all. Uur shipment of Kootenay and Sask-Alta Ranges is
also due and we will be able to
lill all orders.
Hay, Flour and Feed
Just unloaded a car of Roval
Household Flour, one of Oats,
Wheat and Mill Feed and one
of Timothy Hay.
Choice Groceries
Fruits and Vegetables
BOURNE BROS.
Stoves, Plumbing
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Anything in the Grocery Line
Fresh lot of Christie's Biscuits such as Arrow Roots,
Cocoanut Bar, Sandwiches, Ginger Cakes, all at lowest prices. New Dried Fiuits beginning to come in—
Peaches, Apricots, Raisins and Currants are now in.
JOHN McINTYRE & SON      Phone 93
Shippers and Packers for the Hills
re a work of art, and beyond all
j^ doubt the handsomest and most gorgeous ever worn by a stock actress.
The press unite in saying "...hen you
iee Delia Pringle and her excellent
oek shingles     were produced in 1910   <-ompany,  you  see  the  best     in    the
Quebec cut mo-t of the spruce shingles.   The  white  piue     shingles
mostly  of thc species Finns montico-
la and are cut in  . British Columbia.
Nearly  three  million  more of      hem
than during  the year previous and of   '•ind-'   Miss  Pringle  comes  to     the
the  total  of      fifteen   million  pieces,   Kd,s<>"  theatre  commencing  Monday,
over  nine-tenths was produced  in On-  November 6th.
tario  and  Quebec.   The  above      four
species      furnished  over    ninety-eight
per cent,  of the  wood used in shingles.   Balsam, douglas tir and jack pin
although  of less  importance were us-
.1   during   1910  in  increasing  quanti-
Curling Club Meeting
The annual meeting of the Curling
Club was held in the City Hall on
Tuesday      evening.   Present,      A.   E.
Ilea nnd for the first time, tamarack   Rose, chairman, Messrs.  R.S.  Square
and red pine wero reported as shingle   briggs,  J.  (1.  Barber,  B. A. Lawson,
wood.   There  was  less  fluctuation
tha value of the species than f-ormer-
F.  M.  Gibson, G.  H. Knight,    0.  B.
Hume, 0. It. Macdonald, H. McDon-
ly. Balsam shingles were the oheap- aid, F. Terry, C. Newsome, W. Stone
?st at $1.48  per thousand and  tam- ' an.l 0. M. Field.
irack  the  most expensive at  -$2.49.
Public Schools Attendance
The     attendance     at    the    public
schools for September was as follows
.'entral School, Div. I
 II.
Totals 271   91.87 117
The financial  statement for the last
! year  was read,  and  showed  thc club
I to    be  in  a good  financial  standing.
Tlle balance to the credit ot thc club
'from  last year being $217.96.
I    Tlie otticers for      the ensuing    year
were elected  as  follows:—Hon.  PrcB.,
£   A.   F.  Rose;  President,  0.  B.   Hume;
22   Vice-President,     Rev.    Mr. Mclntyre;
Is   Secretary, 0, M. Field; Treasurer, 0.
•«   mn-    '!!  H*  McDonald;     Executive committee,
Hi   (Ml Hi     It i ......        	
17   Messrs. H. N. I oiirsier, F. M. Gibson
15   J,   H.  Hamilton,  G.   11.  Knight,    R.
D. McDonald and J. G. Barber.
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Selkirk   School  Div. I    .41 05 08
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DKNOUNCKS DBFAMBRS
Vancouver,   Nov.   2—.Superintendent
'     Buliner, of thc city parks Is much dis
turlxid over tho report that is being
Totals 15   H   1!   ill   circulated   by    some    slnlstor-mimled
conspirators thnt the cougar re.-cut
ly playing a star engagement In
Stanley park was nothing but a
tame cougar, let out for the purpose
i.f  attracting  attention  to the  park.
it is a most    base   fabrication,"
Division one of Central sohool retains the Nelson shield for the ensuing month, making a percentage ol
'17.96 in punctuality uni regularity.
Division  one  of  Selkirk  schi.ol    also
rma**iaijBi^vjc*wjuwn».ii ■»  — m±,u*B mt ■ M-Ml^k
Robin Hood Flour Beats Them All
Mrs. H. N. Coursier carries off two first prizes
with ROBIN HOOD FLOUR. Tho special prize
we offered and also for the best loaf from any
flour. If you want good bread use Robin Hood —
the flour of quality.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER ik BAKER
Phono No. 23
11 foul Murder
Creaton, B.C., Oct. 31—That a l»ul
murder had been committed was the
unanimous decision of the jury empanelled to enquire into the death oj
an unknown mun whose body was
discovered near Duck creek on Monday morning. The verdict arrived at
was that the unknown man enmc to
his .1-jith nt the hands ofsome party
,ir parties unknown and the jury re-
, i 'inin n Is lo the attornej general
that a detective lie sent to enquire
nto  the  case.
retains  the  shield  with  a  percentage   ^     ^     ^^    ^   moni|ng
i '"That     was n   real, eight-foot,  wild
of 97.79.
The high school annual opening ex
and   ferocious,   sure-enough      cougar,
anil '*amc from thc wilds of the hills.
eroUei   will   be   held in the Wdison ^ taM        m (lmt wc |mvc
theatre on Thursday, December 21st,
A splendid program is ncing arranged.      Particulars will be given later.
Will the putty nf young folk wliv
removed tbe rope trom tbe curt ou
McKenzie avenue on the evening of
Hallo Ween, kindly leave the same at
the oflloe ol H.N, Counter, and all
will be forgiven,
bail  in  the  park  for  some  time died
of  gout some  time   ago,  after  enjoying a life of oase and luxury for four
Two timber cruisers who have licen   foen  year-.   If  those  who are telling
missing    for    months  in  tho country   h,0 tame tiger story hail met. thc lata
noth  id  Kamloops,  are  supposed    to   terror  in   the  zoo   in   thc  moonlight,
I have been drowned in Clearwater lake   j  warrant you  they  would  have tokl
I The searching patties have   returned   diflerent tales,"
and could And no trace of the miss- (	
ing  men.   Thi'  names  of  the  missing i    n
men are  Harris and McHormlck. M «•   '■■
Mr and Mrs. Kdwuixl Corning on- The members of I,.O.L. U5«, arc
tortained lust evening at progressive requested to meet at Iheir Lodge
whist nine tables lieing required tn Boom on Second street west, at f,:S0
accommodate tbe guests „f the even P.m. .Sunday, November »h, to at
ing. Mrs. .1. I'lii'vis carried <>d the tend Devine service In lbe Methodist
ladies    lirst    prize,    and  Mr.   rltiirdy   church.
winning  the    gentleman's lirst  priiie.'    All  sojourning  brethren  are    cord
After  thc  serving  of    dainty  refresh-1 ially Invited to aciompany us to this
ini.nis.  dancing brought a most   en-  service,
jojuble evening to a clote. | li'    MclUNNEV,   Hi Si
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Distributors for Swift's Products
Good cooks insist upon getting Swift's
Silver Leaf Pure Lard—the purest and
best; packed in three, five and twenty
pound Pails. Accept no substitute. For
Sale by all First-Class Grocers,  or
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
HiiiH Class Meat Purveyors
Phone 261
P. O. Box 181
Cheerful Clothes
Our Clothes are made to fit
thc personality of the wearer.
Special styles are designed for
men in all walks of life. You
can always rely upon the sewing, the lining, the fit, the tailoring. Just now we are showing some striking effects in fine
tweeds and worsteds.
SNAPPY   STYLES
FINE    QUAL1YY
McRae
Mercantile Co., Ltd.
Diamond Hall, Ltd.
Having tal-cn over this business, I am putting in a
new stock of every description in our line which I invite th'public 'oeomo end inspect
Having had 15 vears practical experience in tho
Jewelry business, am in a position to give the public
full value for their money.
All goods and work fully guaranteed as represented. Call and inspect our stock before purchasing,
lt will be to your interest to do so.
F. C. B1S>VS,   JEWBfcSfl AM* OitktIAn PATVRDAY, NOV.  4th.  1H11.
THEMAIL-H1EALD,  EEVBLSTOKB
SATURDAY. NOV.  Itli. 1911.
(r'~
bla government. There is al
\   tlcally  unlimited  water  imw
Fuel for Winter
Pittsburg Anthracite Coal $16 per ton
Wellington Soft Coal $11
WOOD—3 ricks to cord
16 inch mixed hard wood $7.50 a cord
4 foot Cedar - $6.25
Order your supply early to be sure
of Fuel for the Winter
L
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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C!-c flDatMbevatb
PUBLISHED  WEDNESDAY   AND
SATURDAY  AT
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
3nteriot QubUsbing Gompang,
Limited
HCTt'RKS THAT DC
The action ul the Toronto city co-
i morning, Speaker dark was schedul*
J ed to     make addresses in twenty-one
towns  in the third Nebraska district
in  thc  interests of  Daniel  V. Stevens,
; Democratic candidate lor congress to
'succeed   thc   late   Representative   .las.
P.   Uatta.
''I am willing," he said, "to make
this proposition: You let mc run for
president on a platform calling for
the annexation ol Canada, insofar as
SOT PLEASE tllis country can accomplish that end
I and  let  President Taft  run
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ iiiraiiitft
me,    opposing    annexation. Why,  t
would  carry  every  state in the    nation."
u . iii in prohibiting the display of
mi '''.ng pictures wh.ch make a blatant, parade of the I'nited States Hag
Will   no doubt be o:   general advantage
■    'npelling the United States manu-
irers  oi  picture  lilms to exercise
some  discrimination   in  the    selection j <_^_ ^^^m ^^^^^^
of the reels sent to their     Canadian  ftp^ g QT6at   FlltiM  for  ttlB
patrons.       lhe   offensive   glonhcata-on
of the  t'Uitcl  Mat.'s tiag at the expense  of  the  Union   Jack  in  pictures
shown  lu  the  British  dominions    has
for some time occupied the attention
of  th-.* Overseas club,  and  the action
of thc Tocnto city council will in al
probability go lar   to  eradicate
grievance  against      which  the
bas  been protesting.
Canadians .bow *., cosmopolitan toi
erance oi the display of foreign emblems, and the tiag of the United
States is treated In Canada with u
respect not always accorded to the
Union Jack in tla- republic to tbe
south. Th..- is as it should be, but
wh.-ti it is expected that tolerance
extended to displays in
Canada o! unpatriotic pictures, glor-
ify.iii: a  foreign county  at the     ex
COHONEK RETURNS
Peace River Country
iu.s.   Jamleson,   gold  commission
or the province of Uritish Colum-
it   l-'oit   St.   John, arrived  in  Kil-
the mouton  lust, night, on his way back
club
:*^^ i "■..  *•*,   also    prac-
\\ tloally unlimited water power to be
11 had al this canyon. It. has been est
tirnatcd by engineers that there Is as
much power at this point as at t'h«
Niagara Falls, on the Canadian side
"It is quite natural to suppose,"
saiil Mr. Jamleson, "that where we
have power, coal, a groat agricultural country and an excellent supply of
timber wc will some day have a big
town."
In regard to the particular work
with which he is connected, Mr. Jam
i-eson had very little to say. "All
the rivers show good prospects of
gold," he said, "but only a little
prospecting and practically no min -
ing have been done yet. With the
oomlag of the railways this feature
of thc country's resources should be
very rapidly developed.
According to Mr. Jamleson, Port
St. John is little more than thc
name yet, and is only waiting for the
Opening up of the country to advance
by leaps nnd bounds. There are two
stores, u government otlice. two
church missions and a few settlers.
During the past summer a large num
her of government surveyors made
Fori St. .lolin their headquarters,
Some ot these wore engaged in run -
iiim: base linos, others were laying
out the boundaries of the Dominion
government's block of 2,500,000 acres
while many others were engaged in
surveying   townships  and   sections.
A fairly good crop of oats and all
kinds of vegetables was gathered this
yonr. The settlers have not gone in
for raising wheat as there is no market, for this commodity yet. The oats
averaged very high. Potatoes on the
whole, were one of the hest crops Mr.
Jamleson  had  over  seen.
The returned gold commissioner re
fen-el   to      Hector    Tremblay.       tho
pioneer farmer of the ponce Caoupee
prairie,    who goes    in for diversified
farming  on  a   large  scale.      Ho    lias
| boon in the country torifourteen  years
! nn.l  combined  ranching  with  farming
He owns seventy hoad of cattle    an.l
35   b'ad  of  horses. Those  winter    out
. very   successfully,     subsisting   almost
■entirely  on   (he  luxurant   growth    of
peavine which  reaches a height of  live
anil six fort. Mr. Tremblay was about
the only farmer who raised any wheat
during     the pasi  year.   He grew    a
small  quantity winch matured     well
and l'iivo a Rood yield.
Mr. Jamleson's trip to     Kdmonton
i ————a—a——
atre
SIX NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE
COMMENCING
November (th
j
IT
I
Special Engagement of the
-Van Anker Stock Co.
a Select Repertoire of Plays that Please
Opening Bill, Monday Evening, Dramiiization of Harold McGrath's famous Novel
to -pond the winter in Victoria, af-
i i two years iu the Peace Itiver
lo.intry.Hc is registered at the St.
.1.ones hotel.
.Mi.  Jamiesou is an enthusiastic be* ^^^^^^^^^^^
lievcr  in  the  prospects  of this  great j was uneventful.  It took bim just tw
in. iv,.loped  country  and  asserts that  ''   ""'
.iii that is necessary for its immediate opening up is the entrance of
ti*. • railroads,
To a      Bulletin reporter he dilated
at  soine  length  upon his  favorite to
.'.y.itf  a  foreign county  ai me     ex-   ,H(.   u wa8 nut th(. (uUome tllUt   qj
pensv  of   British   reputation,  the  line   ,.„ . wjK) knows not whereof bespeaks   steamor and  down  the  Athabasca  to
has been passed. | ■„,, it W(IS  tlmt ,,,   a mim  wllo  lB  ta I the Landing by boat thence overland
Moving  picture  theatres are large-  timately  acquainted  with his subjects h>' 9t*Be to Edmonton,
ly attended     by  boys and    girls aud   .,„,,   kll()Wa  tbe  conditions  and   pros-      Ho expects lo leave
the  pictures have an educational ten-   ,,,,.,,  oI  ,lis adopted land.
jn addition to the position of gold
i immissioner, Mr, Jamleson is a
gardener, extraordinary, having con
■I. i-.l .ui experimental farm ai the
post. Ho modestly Informed his n
iit'igator that he had grown veget
al : 's tho superioi of any he had ever
In a two-acre patch, near his
...Imi*. he had raised every variety of
garden vegetable which matured long
hefore the frost  arrived,  Even  tome
and corn, which require
li   ilarly     suitable climate  for  their
proper  maturation,  had  both     di n.'
'.v   i.lerfiilly    well.     An acre of   oats
which  had  been sown dm n H.    MANNING,     Agent
dency which can be neither sound or
detrimental. No loyal Canadian
woul: suggesi thai the children of
tbe Dominion should imbibe their
knowledge of history from books col
ored to suit Ur.iU-d States prejudices
.. ' ! precate British aims andac-
hieven . ally  I'nited  Sta
tes aci :i.; .mi.mo:.;- beyond historical perspeel it is equally object.**.,::" that the pictures placed
■' re 'hem should l* similarly perverted, and should Inculcate an ex
..-- ■■: *.: ■•! i'.i 1 the achievements of
tbe Unite,! States and a contempt for
br:tish ideals.—Toronto News.
' weeks to make the journey nud after
bis two years in the wilderness he
' expressed a delight at getting back
! to civilization. From Fori St. John
to Teace river crossing he went by
canoe, thence to Slave Lake by team
from Slave Lako to the Athabasca by
He expects io leave this week for
Victoria, where ho will prepare his an
nual report on mining conditions for
submission to the Uritish Columbia
government.—Edmonton  Bulletin.
Sewing Machines
A nice now stock of  Sing
Box"
Tuesday, "The Blue Mouse."
Wednesday, " The Way of the West"
Thursday, "What Happened to Jcnes?"
Friday, " Married Life "
Saturday, " The Girl ofthe Golden West"
p
and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
-■ eked.
lio Chance for Safety
Ohthalis,     Wn.,    Nov. i—With thc
death  Irom    .uiu-  of      Miss     Beithu
urn,  shortly   before  midnight    tbe
of  the  Imperial  I'ow
..•:      . *  :.:e was brought up to
l :.•   • day.   AU  the  dead  were girls
in the packing de
•. wbere the fire
cpla Bed  manner,
Ign •••:  - :i'd    powder
•»bich .        . '        :. * ■*     ol the  —
tij'.xiug loom.   Seven of them     died
where they     Ito     .-
were so badly  burned lhal  ■ •:..,      c
that o! MiM ttthel -:. tt        . :   be'
l* . :    .
US.  .ro::
•■   ..pun • iroed   entailing    i
i:  perty .. -   •: api ■• ■ imatii.  120,
MO.
Th'*r.* vert t»i. ,'t men wi i king   o
other   pari       I   'he  p.  nt      Tl.'•;.
i: ••>  bet      '  •   .       '  »U.*        .:,>! tb<
next * ■   nte*   i     '•;
tLe   m.i.:..-   :     tn   ■■■ ■■ 'Itvw
was i.n fiplosion,  the powder  bring
. M  but does Dot
ii]Km ■*!;,;.   coiiiined.      The
men : •   ■    I    ■ ■ •■ I ■  through the ov
.• the girl     ; Mined between th.
■ innter and tbe   * ill, had abeolutely
rm chanii'  ti :.* ■   ■ |vm        Al
SOCti ' hehnlis, a '
telle  from lhe  planl    scores of    per- !
^ons r'i"he<l  to .'. ■   >'   :* extlng
Ing th" On     Mill   itown bud     heen'
dragged from   the  burning   building a I
few seconds artei  the eiploif-OD,   but
by   th*e t rti.   retCUerl  h,nl arrived  the '
eonflagrat  wai m hoi that no aid
tin June gave Mr. Jamleson one
u :he heavies! yields be had ever
.-,   ti.    With   ordinary   cultivation
bad grown  ti a beighi    '
i'.i  feet.
i igardtng  the  futui    ; rospeel
Port  St.  John.   Mr.   Jamil ji d     « is
. • Icularly  eni
up the     Peace   rl' er   •■ * d   Foi I   3i
.1* tin  tbere  is a tracl ■ .   i
:r.   is of anthracite ci *
II  pe, near the Peac i rivi
which belongs to the Brit
W. Parry
AUCTIONEER A VALUATOR'
REVELSTOKE
AUCTION SALE
Starting Sat. Oct. 14th and e
Saturday and Monday
Watches, Jewelry, eto.
A $50.00  Diamond Ring Will be Given Away Saturday Night
Popular Prices, - 25c., 50c, 75c.
Seats on Sale at Macdonald's Drug Store
SPECIAL   NOTICE- The Pringle-Van Auker Company has absolutely
no connection with any other traveling company under a similar name.
? 18,   J:o   and   $22,  are   t
onally itrong .incs in
: , 'i
M't
the nm-!  attrai tive
effect!, that l
- —1-;
Ann   mh.   gel   thc   Fit-Reform
ii
i    , .i
DouM be "xtemled to the irirl- within j      , >yn ,_ „   . , .    .
favor Annexation
'Sino-ten
Premtmt. Hub.. *"v 'l , . v
♦ h» dt the per.pl, of my conntry hv
„r th, amte.ntlOB <* Oinada. <le
rlar* Oh«l.p f'lark. .K»"er ol «H
r„it-i    sti.e- bo.me of rep«wnt«
..     j,...,.*. i.i" f»y it-
iJegmning  Witt  • M-eech  b»r» thii
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Player Pianos, Pianos and Organs
ettei   qualit)    ili.m  nny
■*■
HY ?   , tatemenl up to the
Revelstoke Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
J. Bingham, Prop.
Fresh Groceries, Vegetables and Fruit
-\
Order now your winter's supply
Best on the Market
I   D. GALLICANO, 2nd Street, Near Railroad Track
COAL!        COAI
WELLINGTON COAI. $11
1'KNNSYLVANIA  ANTHkAClTE      $16
Brand* that  .,. i •,,.,„■ in, iheii itiperlnr hurnlng
iimi in i' n        < • • *i ii** reiomtnend
-iin'ii lo lho*   * * ** ha ■ im 'I them    l.rnu*  jrom
n iiil'iii 'in* mow * "in** *    **l  lhe
T
s.<; HomtiNS
PHONE 60 ..,,,.,
- NR8T STIUSBT
MISS  WRIGLEY
LesBons in Painting and Drawing
Oils and Water Colors
Mi***. Wrigley, holder ol Smitli Ken*
Million i r.tn-iiiiui; ah Mauler's Certlfi-
Imli I iroup i l H'.i Clan Certlficatei
lm siill i.iii* I'alnlldBi I'liiuineiit Palatini In iiioni" inm IU); drawing front
thi Anii'HH    Modelling in ( lay Irum the
Antique,
Winnei oi National Book PrUei (or
Inlerioi in Ulll and liK'ine ill Oil,.
A claaa (ortnlog l»r junior pupils on
Saturdaj afternoon.
i "i term, Bpplj lo
MISS WKicl.i'.v.
tare Mri. HanKe»'
FOR SALE
Rhode Island Red Chickens
F. G. Buff Leghorn
Parred Plymouth Rocks.
Pekin Ducks
Endtlen Geese
Young and old stock at reasonable priceB.
Write or Phone to
New Grove Poultry Farm
MRS. K. A. UPPER.
Uevelstoke, B. C. Phone 212
ms?. SATURDAY, NOV. 4th, 1911,
TIEUE! II^^IX.-ECIEIRJLLID,  REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOV. 1th, 1911.
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
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,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
THE  MOLSONS BANK
Capital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
INCORPORATE D„l8o6
$4,000,000
$4 600,000
lias 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ali the Principal Cities of the World.
■   A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohea.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
Revelstoke Plumbing, Heating & Sheet Metal Co.
Estimates piven for Sanitary work, lilectric Lighting, 'lot
Air. Water, Steam Heating ami all kinds ol   Sheet   Metal
Work.
Baths, Lavatories, Water Closets, etc.
Prompt attention given to all orders.
See Our Show Room on Connaught Avenue
Phone No.
Box 401
GET  "WISE!
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters
McKinnon's Cigar Store
'
A8K THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell yuu that the whiskeys we ate
i i llini; im- the best. Call und lie
rm vlnocdi No household should
he without a supply of our Harvey's Speclel Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, gunianteod
mi veins old or Blaokberry Brandy
Inr Medicinal pin post's. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelh d. Sold by all
lhe leading hold., ot 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 TRFFS
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
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its large number of branches, agents and correspondents, The
Canadian Hank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS A230
Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at The Canadian L?ank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTCME    BRANCH--F   AT. GIBSON. MGR
|  Tlie Cook
| always feels
1 confident ofl
J'WSNNN^NNNNW
I pure and wholesome
j Conservatives and given them an ov-
' erwhelming majority in Ontario.
j    The presence ol Sir Wilfrid Laurier
at the  Kiieliaristic congress had,    he
said, done much to cause religious an
I ttignoiiisiii;  but he attributed the On
I tario  vote  in a large  measure  to  the
I indiscreet,  unwise and imprudent ser-
| mons  of Father  Vaughan.        Father
Vaughan's arraignment ot Protestant
I ism as a soulless religion had     been
! peculiarity ill-timed.
! food when using!
Dr PR
CREAM
HEROIC CONDUCTOR
I Baking Powder
|   A Pure,Grape Cream ^Tartar 1
'I baking Powder
I Made from, Grapes   1
I
Lram-i
Xime Phosphate
.^NNNWNN^VNNNNNNN*^
PART DF LOOT FROM
II
V. D. Curry,
General Agent,
Vernon, 3, C,
Geo. Matheson,
Local Agent,
Hcvelitoke, B C
Seattle Policeman Thinks lie Saw
ii in San Diegc-Believes Re
Was Entertained in Saloon
Seattle, Nov. 2—That tho gray-
h.iired leader of the gang of bank,
robbers which looted the Bank of
Montreal, at New Westminster, of
l)25*s,0OO, was entertaining a Seattle
policeman, the veteran George Shee-
h.m, unawares in a San Diego, Cal.,
saloon several days ago and then
awoke to the.fact that his uompan-
' ion's curiosity was too kern in ths
matter of thc bank notes he was
I spending, is the belief of the San
Diego police and Pinkertons. The
suspected bank thief disappeared be-
lor Sueebau could arrest him or turn
him over to the police.
For two days after his apparent
identification of the thief, Sheehan
kept tbe matter of the suspicions
locked in his own breust when he tail
ed to relocate his man. say the San
Diego police. It is believed that Shee
han was after the entire reward himself.
Sheehan since last night has been
helping search for a stranger with ths
hank roll. The polii-e are satisfied
that he is the leader of the bank rob
bcry gang and they arc confident of
getting him.
The story, as told in San Diego, is
that Sheehan, who has been a member  of  the city police department tor
many years and has been laterly
Serving as a guard and jailor at the
liallard sub-station, met the suspected bank thiei in a San Diego saloon
last Saturday night while on h*
vacation.
I What followed was natural. The
st. anger, about liity-eight years ot
at,*3, slightly grey and with an Eng
lua accent, looking for a, companion
s.-.ected Geo. Sheehan, who is ubout
tlu same age, Sheehan, with his wide
sombrero, looks like a typical rancher or cattleman of the sju'-hweBt
pl.*.ius.
-ii paying for a drink the stranger
pLoied oil a new ten-dollar Canadian
bank note and displayed a roll of
large size and apparently all Cana-
di in bank notes of $10 and upwards.
IL was Sheeban's curiosity, however,
in asking for a closer look at the bills
that aroused the man's suspicions,
'iben, according to the Sun Diego ad-
lices, the stranger suddenly left before Sheehan could act. Sheehan
ke.it the secret for a couple of days
while he looked for the thief on his
own account. Then, when his approaching departure left no other alternative, he acquainted the San
Diego police and the 1'inkertons with
the facts ot the case.
Stirring Up Religious Trouble
.Montreal, Nov. 1.—Hon. Rodolpha
Lemieux, Sir Wilfrid's right-hand
iru.u In the province of Quebec, made
his first speech since September 21st
last night at a meeting of the St.
Louis Liberal cluh. After declaring
that the Liberals had at least carried
six provinces out of nine, the speak-
er said that it was prejudice, not
reason, that had won the day for the
"That's thc Razor
tor Mc!"
Nctt'tlitcurvt
lhal fivts tilt
automatic ai-
/usimett.
St.»d.rd S.i In Luther
Can •■ illii.ti .ted. »r la
M.UtC...    .   .   15.00
P.ckrl Edition. $5.00 lo $6.00
Combin.tion S.I. ■ $6.50 I
Overlooked ilis Own Sufferings
to Aid Diners
Calgary, Nov. t—Passengers who
were oil the ill-fated Canadian Tactile express that crushed into a freight
un a siding at Wessex, five miles
north of Crosslield, yesterday morning, and who have returned to this
eity, praise most highly the heroic
tiehavior of Conductor Geo. Clark,
in charge of the passenger train.
It appears that when the crash
came, Conductor Glark, the baggageman and tho brakeman, were riding
in thc baggage car. The train was
moving at approximately thirty miles
an hour and tho impact was such
that it drove the tender of the engine right back through the baggag-e
car, smashiug it into kindling wood
aud hurling the greater portion of
the root' part to one side aud a largo
quantity of  baggage into  the ditch.
When the     frightened     passengers,
who had been awakened by the shock, I
came      running forward    from      the I
coaches, the conductor     was nowhere I
in  sight.   The  baggageman  and    tbe
brakeman   had  extricated   themselves
from the debris, apparently not much
thj worse lor their experience,      but'
the conductor     who hud been riding I
with them eould not be found.    The'
■natural     assumption      was that his'
mangled remains  were buried beneath '
the  wreckage.
Just as a search was being instituted,however, he came crawling out
of au opening in tho end of the baggage car.
Gn freeing himself, Conductor
Clark's first concern was for the pas-
singers and he dispatched a brake-
man with a lantern to protect the
rear end of his train from any other
that might be following. Then he
tn^ercd the train and went about
among the passengers to ascertain
how many were injured. He found
among the passengers *a doctor, and
a trained nurse, whom he hastened to
the aid of the injured  trainmen.
When he  had  done  all  within    his
power  to  assist  the  injured and see j
io the comfort of the passengers he
sat down  in one  ot the rear     seats
in   the  day   coach  completely   played
out and apparently  suffering     great
pa.n.   On noticing him passengers of-
l.red to bring the doctor,  but he de-
cliued  the  services  of  the   physician, I
saying:   "No,  let him stay  where  he |
is.   He has enough to do to attend to
the others, and 1 can wait."
it was not until after all the others had been looked after and made
us comfortable as was possible under
lhe circumstances that he would permit the physician to examine him.
it was found that he had been in-
juted even more seriously than some
the others. Two of his nibs were
broken, his legs were lacerated (land
sKiuned, and he was badly shaken up.
Ilis wounds were dressed and with
the other injured trainmen he was
removed to an hospital where he is '
doing as well as can be expected.
J. Houston, the engineer who was
so badly scalded, is said to be on the
road to recovery. His injuries are
not expected to be fatal. Both the
haggiigemuu nod brakeman are doing
well.
Buy Your Sash and Doors at Home
Our goods cannot be beaten outside for price or cn.n) ty. Now
is the time to yet >our h .mn Sash and Doors. We have them
in all sizes. Prepare now liefore the Winter s«-ts in. Our
Factory is working full time and we make everytning in
woodwork, Sash end Doors, Mouldings, Staircase, Church,
Office, ll'ir and Hotel Fixtures. Turnings of every description.
We also keep a large stock of Fancy and Plain Glass ami
Builders'Supplies Oil hand. Prompt .delivery, flood service
ami courteous treatment — that's our motto. A tiial order is
solicited from you.
The Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
GFO. 1).   SHAW,        -        Proprietor
FURNITURE
r 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,
Enlarged  and Improved.
Props.
All modern nonvenieneei
Rate,
First-Clans in every resp-c-ct
Large Sample Hoonis.
$2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Besl Wines. Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   .A.X^IBIEPtT     STOTSTH]      PROP
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
Connaught Avo.   -   Revolstoke
UNION HOTEL
AKKO ' HKAP, B. C,
Mpeml Atteniion i:l»pn to commercial
men and uiniint». Kiret-clas*. sample
rooms. Ktneet K-renery in British Colum-
bia, overlooking ''pper Arrow 1 aim.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
r. z. -Crawford! \\ villa Lots
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for
Flexlume
Signs
Electric
R. Z. CRAWFORD
KpHulenre Cot. Mt fl Kt   unci !{• hi-mi n.t-
Shop in Alley back of K. J. I'ourne's
Store, l'irst Street
The Ladies of Revelstoke May
Now Have Beautiful Hair—C.
K. Macdonald Has the Article
and Guarantees It to Grow Hair
or Refund Your Money.
O. R. Macdonald backed up by tbt
manufacturers of SALVIA, the Great
Grower, guarantees it to grow
destroys Dandrufi in    ten
A shave or two with
his new GILLETTE Safety Razor, and a man wonders
why he worried along without one (or so long.
Maximum Comfort—the GILLETTE, used with
the Angle Stroke, slips lightly through the stillest beard
with never a pu'.l, never a gach. Leaves the (ace smooth,
cool and refreshed.
Minimum Trouble—r.o hcnir.g, r.o strcpplnc, ro
painful manoeuvring round lhe awkward corners rf yeur
face. You simply pick up the GILLETTE and SHAVE,
whether It's the thousandth time jcu'veu-ed It or the first.
Why deny yourself any longer ? Yeur druggist, your
jeweler, your hardware dealer or your haberdaJicr can
supply you.
Tbe Gillette Safely Raz«r Co. ol Canada, Limited
Offict and Factory i 63 St Alexander Street, Montreal.
OffkM «l.o la New V-rl. (hi. .jo,
Lea-fton, Ent. end Sb.n.li.l. China.
Faclerin la Mentreal Bailee,
Letca.ter, Berlin aad Parie.
WJHU.IA1B
311
Hair
bair.
SALVIA
days.
The roots of the hair are so nourished and fed that a new crop ot hair
springs up, to the amazement and do
light ol tho user. Tbe hair ia made
Boft and HuBy. Like all American
preparations SALVIA is dnintly perfumed. It is hnrd to find an actress
who doos not use SALVIA ooutlnu-
ally.
Ladles ot society nml influence use
no other.
SALVIA Is a non-Bticky preparation and is the ladies' favorite. A
large, generous bottle, 511c. Thc
Scobcll Drug Co., St. Oatliarines,
Canadian distributors.
Lunil)
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B,
Close to Revelstoke
From 2 to 7 Acres Each
Very Suitable for Market
Gardening.   This proper-
is   cleared.     For Prices
and Terms apply to
W. B. ROBERTSON
Real Fstate and Insurance
Corner McKenzie Ave. and 2nd St.
C.
before buying yonr outfit ol working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, I'auts, Sox, Shirts
Blankets aiid everything
required in yonr business.
JOHN LEE
Drygoods
Dressmaking
Ladies' Tailoring
Fit Guaranteed
Hand-Painted Cups, Saucers
Fine Japan China Tea Sets
LOWER/TOWN
Opposite Central  Hotel
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(iilena Day landr in perc-flH of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. CorreH-
pondence Invited,
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
oronaxion
»TE A™
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60 $  a pound
In eimmerr-ration e»( the coronation of
King fieorce V," Uidjjwaya" bare put on thfl
market a ct nation lm of a most piuurc^ue
andciquisite dnn'ii, bearinjreicellent portrait*
it! Kin*ff George V, {Juren Mary and the Prince
o( Waist. Special paneli have been drvnnrd
rrpretentit*" Canada, India, Afrit*, AUattftU**
ud Sew f
Only a n 'uted number have been inputted.
Pricf ^Oc» (or one t» uiul Imi,
Al   li. -I M...|'..
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosphonol "Stores every nerve in Ihe body
■7   ■'     .■ ,.  .      ■ *P '*■ proper teniion ; restore*
vim and vitality. Premature deray and all nexuel
weakness averted tt ence. PMephoaol will
make vou ft new man. Price £3 a boa, nr two for
15. Mailed to any addreM. TbeicobrU Droa
Co., It. Oath»rlnee, Oni.
Bold at. MacdoaaM'i Drug Btorn.
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P. 0. Box 31, Revelstoke
Shikh's Cure
ankkl-f .Kip- cough.,
it  throat anil  tunc*.
cokl«.  htmls
IT'S A LIE!
Prices in Revelstoke are not
away up out of sight No, sir!
You can buy men's shoes, cloth-
ingand furnishings, in fact every
thing a man wears, just as cheap
here as you can in Calgary or
Winnipeg—that is, if you do your
buying at JOHN BULL'S. Why 7
Because John Bull sells for cash,
and you den't have to pay for
any bad debts, or any collector's
fee, or any bookkeeper's salary-
" Men Who Know" these things
are buying goods here every day
and saving money, too. These
are the men thut find our prices
just a little lower than the lowest
Seeing is believing.   Come and &»
LOST—A Ftu TVuirr I'up. .-.bniit MX
months old. Black spot on back
and tail. KiiHn will he ft-mnfed
uo returning hu|Q« tu U. TCoijdlawl, SATURDAY, NOV. 4th. 1911.
THiEn^:A.ir.-i3:EJi?.JLrir>3 hevelstoke
SATURDAY, NOV. 4th, 1911,
NOTIOE
Revelstoke  Laud District.
Distr.ct  of  West  Kootenay.
Take notice that Ed. McGaghran,
of Arrowhead, 1). C, occupation
Lumberman, intends to apply for per
mission to lease the (ollowing described lauds for marhle aud lime
quarrying  purposes.
Commencing at a post plauted
about two miles south of Pingston
Creek Mill and marked "E. McGagh-
ran's South East Corner", thence
west 40 chains, ihence uorth 40
chaius, thence east 40 chains, more
or less to the lake shore, thence
Bouth along the iake shore 40 chains
more or less to the poiut ol commencement, -"^ntaining ICO acres
more  or  iess.
Ua-ed   Aug.   32,   1811, n.fi-N.8
ED.   McGAGHRAN.
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in
the Revelstoke Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.
Lots in Camborne Townsite Sub-Div., Lot 3505, Plan 728
HKI.IN'OI'KNT   I.ANDS
Names of Persons Assessed
Short Description of Property
88
C$it-I
Mrs.   A.  Andersou     hot 7-  Block ;)  	
W    A    Bauer       Lots n and 13'  B1°ck 3  	
BuUer Lots 9 and 10, Hlock 3  	
B,.iiard 'yyyyyyy. ^». Bi°ck u	
Baker      Lot  12,  Block  7  	
Bennett                                             Lot 18 and hoU80' B1°ck 19
Buchanan-'HstatriZ*.'.'...!"".'.'.". Lote " and 18' Block 1 	
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Laud District.
District ol \Nest Kooteuay,
fake notice that I Edward Hussell
Vipond, ol Nakusp, I). C, occupation
contiactor, intends to apply tor permission to purchase the lollowing described lands.
Commencu.* at a post plauted 4u
chains south ol N. K. Coruer of T.L.
11274, theuce south 80 chaius, thence
east about 2U chains, to Arrow Lake
thence noi th along Lake about bl)
chaius, thence west about 2 chains to
point of commeuL-ement, containing
about  100 acres,  more  or less.
Date! .September   13,  1911.
EDWARD RUSSELL VIPOND.
Sept.  23—Nov. 22.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is heeeby given that, on the
first day ot December nest, applica
lion will be made to tbe Superintendent of Provincial Police foi
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the City hotel, Bituate at Arrowhead, in the province of British Co
lumbia.
Dated this 4th day of October,  1911
JOHN CALEY,  Applicant.
HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Thursday, the !6lh 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 3ist day of December,
1910, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of
advertising the said Sale, if the total amount due is not sooner
paid.
LIST   ABOVE   MENTIONED
Lots in Poplar Townsite Sub-Div., Part 836, Plan 746
HKI.INOl'I'.NT TAXES
Names of Persons  Assessed
Short Description of Property
NOTICE.
	
Reveisloke Land Distiict.
District of  nest Kootonay.
Take notice that I, Fredrick
\WUiaui \.pond, of -Nakusp, B. C,
occupation foreman, intends to up
,*ly for permission to purchase the
lollowing  described lands.
Commencing at a post planted 120
chains soutu of N. K. Collier ol T.L.
41274. theuce south Mi chains, th.am.-e.
east about 30 chains to Arrow Lake
thence n, rth along Lake about 80
chains, tbence w<*st aboiu 20 chaius
lo point of commencement, contain-
.oj   about   21)0  acres  more   or  less.
hated September 13, 1911.
FREDRICK   WILLIAM   VIPOND.
Sep.23-No.22        K.ll.  Vipond,  Agent.
■*. aas.  Austin   Lot 17, block A 	
...rs. n.   , . bishop   Lo*. », DIock 7  	
ii. casey ana lv.  J.  Ann pny    i^ols ti and  7,  Uiock  li  ....
Alice   li,   l alilwell     Lot   Ili,   liioci  li   	
... j. co-ay   Lot 7, Block 7   	
... i ai-oian   Lots 0 and 7,  liloek 3 	
...  ii. cameron   Lots l.'l and H, block 7 ..
„.  Carey     Lot (laud building, block
v aas.  h.  i opji    Lot   22,   block 2  	
i.iss .\i. Ullltou   Lot a and house, block A
..is. Carton   Lot 5,   black S  	
...  C. Uu'.iiuruud   Lot 10, BlockS 	
..award   tirelord  	
...   I,, uoyle 	
i aus. bh.ers 	
•*. uas.  Ehlers  	
' uas.  Ehlers	
l.dward Ferguson 	
...aggie  Funk  Lot   7,
:,.  11. Gillespie   Lots -t
1 .   b.  Uibb     Lot 15
CBKTlFlCATK  OF  1MPUOVBMKNT
Broadview  (Fractionalj  L.   l-l. an
Indiana Mineial Claims, situate      iu
tne  Trout   Lake  .Mining  Division    ol
West  Kootenay District.
•i located:—On Oie.a  Northern
.'■! iun(
TAKE NOTICK that I, 0. b. N.
Wilkie, acting as agent lor the Ohio
Mines beclopment to, Limited,
Free .Miner's Certilicate Numnher
liibb.-i. intend, suty days horn
■late hereof, to apply to the Mining
llecord.r lor a Certificate of Improvements !or the purpose oi ob-
t,i,;..ng a Crown Grant of the above
claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance ol such Certilicate
ol  Improvements.
...   C.   tlart  	
Iiambly and Erlcksou
Li.   L.   Hart  	
i.o.   Ilugeiiiait   	
John  ll.unbly 	
li. L. 'Hart and .). A
ti.  L.   Haft   and  J*   A.
II,   P.   Jackaun  	
iliiss May  Jennings
a.  Jenaias 	
Lied Kaiser    	
Uenrj  Magnuson
Ross
Hoss
Lots 12 and  14,   block   I  .
Lots 8 and  9,   block 3  	
Lots 8  and   building,   block
Lot   9,   block  2   	
Lois 5 alld ti, block A 	
L,,i   ii,, block 2
block   2  	
and 5,   block 3  	
block 3  	
Lot   in.  Block ii  	
Lots 9 ,iti*l   ll .  block 7 ...
Lots .1  and   17.   block  :;
I.ol   .:,  lil,.rd  7
l.,,t  .'.  Block  10
Lot   li*.  block   I
Lot   I,  Block  9
Lol   3,  Block  2
Lot   i,   HI* ck   A
Lots  10 and  11
IU
Block  HI
4.  L.  23   24
^■^HH blk;
il.   MeKinnon    ...... Lol Block 2
r.   McGregor    Lots
.Vary  Jaue  Mcintosh  Lots *   ind  .'.  Block  1
August u. Ostby        Lot  6,  Bloi k   10
. i udhniiiiue  and Nedeau Lots 23 and 24, Block "
A. K. Pearson   Lots 20
.-.is.  Emma  Reid Lot  6,  block 7
Mrs. M. B. Radcllfle   Block i
■I.  S.  Koss   Lot -'2. blocs  .
aailies  Shield- Lot   19   lil'.ck  7
Blk.
lia te-l
1911.
tli.
lTtt.   day
August,
B.  N.  WILKIE,
Trout Lake. B.
NOTICK
.lames Spiers
F.ric Strand 	
.-ims  and   McDonald
i'.'m. Schnell   	
■*m.  Schnell ...
I. A. Sanderson 	
iV. J. Twiss ......
| .  b.  Taylor 	
!•',  A. Tramhle
Jas. L.  Whitney 	
r-'.imuel  N.  Ahlgren
•hn ulson  	
Lot 7. Block
Lots 23. 24,  Bio k  2
i. .t i am :
Block
*
Lots 1 a
Lol
Hb.ck  ■>
Lol
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3.74)
3.75
7.20
3.70
3.70
1.50
10.00
37.80
2.70
7.20
.25
3.70
3.90
1.20
54.20
11.70
5.00
3.70
.30
3.00
1.70
3.70
:..'	
5.00
2.70
2f00
.80
.-40
3.00
14.'lu
...
21.80
1.20
S.70
17 "
1.10
7.00
6.W
.85
'
1 IS
f     Mil
1.13
2.23
1.15
1.15
.29
3.02
11.20
.71
2.23
.112
1.15
.94
.17
17.09
.70
1.63
LOG
.02
.59
.34
1.13
■20.1,0
1.36
.71
.14
.10
.10
.73
4.29
.10
7.43
.12
1.13
4.74
2.47
2.23
1.13
1.81
.06
.71
1.29
.56
1.27
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.17
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6.60
6.8*i
11.43
6.85
6.85
3.79
15.02
51.06
5.41
11.43
2.27
6.85
6.84
3.37
73.29
6.40
8.63
4.76
2.32
5.59
4,04
6.83
77.60
8.35 j
5.41
4.44
2.90;
2.90
5.73
21.19
2.90
31.23
3.32
6.83
24.64
12.67
3.29
6.45
11.23
6.28
9.81
2.91
5.21
8.64
4.41
-.07
10.46
23.20
3.27
Ifi 96
6.78 '
15.15
3.33
6.64
8.62 !
W.   J.
Chas.
W.  R.
Ohas.
M.   M.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^
\una  Clarke      lj0t 2 ftUl1 house, Block 5 	
Archie   Currie        I'0*8 22 and Mi  Block 18  	
C. Ohristtopherson    ''ot 5 and house,  Block  5  	
Geo.  Chrrington      It°t 25,  liloek  19 	
Alei.  Darragh      ''ot 19.  Block  1'1  	
Thos.   I.   Dunn       Lots 32 and 33,  block 7  	
M.  K.  Doberty      Lot 11 aird house, Block 7 	
M,  EI.  Doberty         Lot 5 and Btore,  Blocd 8  	
.1.  Fltzslmmons    Lot 8, Block 3 	
|i\  ,j, Foley     LotH 11 and 12, Block 5 	
Henry   Harlow      Lot 1 and house,  Block 19  	
Mary   Johnson       Lot 4 and house, Block 3 	
II.   Leahy     Lot 11,  Block 3 	
Geo.  Lemon    LotlS, Block 7 	
Geo.  Lemon     Lot 8, Block 8 	
I.   H.   Langman      Lot 26,  Block 8 	
Vi. J. Lang-ham     Lot  14,  Block  18  	
Jus. Lauder     Lot 6 and house,  Block  3  	
Mrs. A. Leitz     Lot 16 and house,  Block  5	
Cory  Menhenick     Lots 1 to 6, 0 to 1*2, 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 24,20, hotel, 27,30,31,
all  in  block 7  	
Menhenick      L.  6,  building,  7,9,10,15 to 25, Blk. 8
Menhenick      L. 5,11,12,16 to 24, Block 11 	
Menhenick      Lots 4 to 6,  10 to 12, Block 12 	
Menhenick         Lots lto 8,  11 aud  12, Block 13  	
Menhenick      Lots  1  to 24,  Block  14  	
Menhenick .....   Lots 1 to 5, 7 to 12, Block 15, Lots
1  to  8.  Block  16 	
Menhenick      L.  1 to 6, Blk. 17,  15 to IB, Block 18
Menhenick      Lots 16 and 17 and house.  Block 19,
lots   2,3,4,6,10,11,13'to   15,23,24,   26,
Block  19  	
Mrs. A.  Mayhew     Lot 10,  Block 11  	
J.  Murdock    Lot 9,  Blocd 11  	
lt.  G.  McLeod     Lots 13 and 14, Block 8 1	
Hugh   Mcintosh       Lot 22, Block 19 	
Jo'.n   McDowell      Lot 2'J and building, Block 7 	
A.  MeKinnon     Lot 7  and  house,  Block  19  	
I a e  Orr   ,   Lot 6 and building,  Block 11 	
Hector Poirier      Lot 22, Block 8 	
Alexandria  Pitt       Lot 15 and cabin, Block 5 	
W,  W.  Ross     Lot 17,  Block 5  	
J.   N.   Rear  Estate     Lot 9,  Block  19  	
W.   H.   Robinson    Lots 6 and 7 and house, Block 1 	
Wm. Sopher     Lot 1, Block 18 	
It.  B.  Shields     Lot* 12,   Block  19   	
Geo.  Sumner      Lots 7 to 9 anl cottage, Block 12 ...
Jo erh Wells     Lot  10 and house,   Block 7  	
John Webster     Lot 1 and house, Block 3 	
Geo. Young     Lots 20 and 21 and stable, Block 3...
M. B. Wallace     Lots 18 and 19, Block 7 	
Cory
Cory
Cory
Cory
Cory
Cory
Cory
Cory
.60
12.61
7.20
4.50
1.20
1.20
96.20
6.15
3.60
14.00
3.00
2.60
2.40
4.50
14.40
2.10
9.80
2.40
3.60
6.30
5.80
12.80
3.60
4.25
4.80
19.80
3.90
2.55
1.20
5.15
40.20
39.00
4.20
2.10
2.7*0
3.30
3.90
3.90
18.60
7.20
4.50
12.00
6.00
93.20
7.20
57.20
6.65
10.00
64.00
6.00
12.60
1.60
1180
9.60
4.40
2.40
6.00
9.00
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.06
4.31
1.9*1
1.20
.14
.14
30.91
.91'
.62
2.85
.66
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.37
.51
.90
.43
3.20
.14
.43
2.18
1.92
4.51
1.01
1.24
.72
3.02
.48
.34
.17
.87
5.70
4.80
.53
.27
.38
.53
.51
.50
1.27
2.70
1.20
3.75
1.83
22.15
.65
15.87
2.07
2.64
19.23
1.81
1.26
.48
.65
.85
1.17
.21
1.08
2,36
Lots in Burton Townsite Sub-Div.,
E. Bountee    Lot 5, Block 3 	
Frank Daly    Lota 9 and 10 and  building, Block 4
F. G. Fauquier   Lot 19,  block  -  	
Win.  Hopkins   Lot 5 and log house, Block 3 	
R. T.  Lowery   Lot 2, Block 13  	
Alexander  Mcbonald    Lot  15,  Block  8  	
Kv.i o'Hcurn    Lots 17 and ls, Block 3 	
Part Lot 745, Plan 637
*
Western      Lot
vens, Duson awl Company     Lot
Block 3
block  3
2.41
12.40
1.95
3.90
•2.55
.50
4.70
3.15
2.55
2.55
.65
.30
1.25
.30
.30
1.30
.65
.30
.30
Tasspr    Lot 17,  Block   12".	
Lots in Arrowhead Townsite Sub-Div., Lot 384, Plan 631 and 631A
.87
4.20
6.63
1.10
.90
.07
1.69
.93
.HO
.90
Mrs.  M. D.  Bangs    vLots 11, 12,  13 and house, Block 7 ...
John  and  Robert  Caley    Lot 17, hall.  Block 3;  lots 1, 2, and
hotel, Block 3 	
Lee  Dye    Lot 15, Block 5  	
Mrs.  E.  J. Kerr      Lots 18, 19 uud house, Block 3 	
Wwong Sing Yuen Co   Lot 5 aud store,  Block 1  	
W.   J.  Lightburne     Lots  5,6,7, hotel,Blk.3, lot 1,   hallblk;!
S.  S. Bakke     Lot 20 and house,  Block 7  	
McGaghren ami  Irwin   Lots  141,17,19 and  shack,  Block 5  ...
Bng One    Lot 4 and store, Block 1 	
Kng One    Lot 6 and store, Block 1 	
Alex Purney     Lot  7,  Block  8  	
Wdwin   Potts      Lot 16,  Block  5  	
John J. Smith     Lot 6, and house, Block 5 	
Geo. T. Newmun    Lot 8 and 9 aud store,  Block 3  	
Mrs. Florence Newman     Lots  10 and 11,  Block 3	
Wm.  S. Martin     Lot 3, Block 10 	
b.   L.  Plumton     Hast J  Block 15 and house	
Jas.  Parton   Lots 16 and 17 and bouse, Block 8...
7,20
234.SO
3.60
29.25
12.00
141.00
6.00
21.20
12.00
4.20
1.80
1.70
4.80
21.911
28.80
3.00
3.60
150.35
1.93
11.75
.90
2.20
53.75
7.60
11.20
5.40
1.80
Townsite of Nakusp Sub-Div,. Part Lot 397, Plan 494
it. -.*   LanJ  District.
D .tr. t  *.; Wesl  Kootenaj
T.ikf      U"t ■ •      t!..,t    I,   Will.mii,   It
'   trrowbead,  B. C,
ii. : bant,  mt n is  in apply for
, ,   in -   * ti   to  I'lirrhii-'
ti.  i-
i * mmi ncing at   , pi st planted     a
Angus    McKay's Bouth  West  i''.rner
i     ■    Lol   '* '. and running north  .
i i. un • el   lu  i ha.a-, th mc
south        -i tin 11'.     ",,st       i
■ h.i '.s     to   poinl   ol  comm'.'ncement
containing tod acres, more ur less.
Hated   An.'    t   . I I,   1911.
WILLIAM   R.   REID.
Lots in Beaton  Townsite  Sub-Div.. Lots 502 and 505. Plan 756 and 756 A
ilargaret
i .
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r'raser
Fl asei
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Fraii ii
Fl ■'   *■:
Fra ■ i
l.
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Estate
... Lots  I  ami  2.
i'i-.'.i le
i*: ii.i'm
Plan
til date
Kstate
M.     '.:     .
ISstate
i*. .i., ■
Plan
Blk •
NOTICE
It. *.' .rinkc  Land District.
District uf West Kootenay.
Take notice that I. Charles Stadbi' :
f  Nakusp,   II.  C,  occupation  Logir.
to
Mrs.
intends to apply for permission tt
purchase the following described lands
Commencing at a post planted at
the North Kant Corner of T.L. 41271.
tlience south 40 chains,     thenoe east
uti-out 2 chains to Arrow Lake, thence      '   . w	
along Arrow Lake to point of com
meucement. containing 40 acres more
or less.
Datwl September 25th,  1911.
CHARLES  STABLER,
E. R. Vipond, Agent
I  •••  '
Fi *i ei ••■  	
Fraser  ...
., o, Frasei  .
A, 'i. Frasei  . 	
,   i,.  Frasei
,\.  G.   Kruser  	
I A.  G.   Fraser
\. G. Frasei
\, G. Fraser 	
\. g Frasei ............
\. G. Krar-il     	
11 a. G. Fraser 	
\. G. Fraser 	
\. G. Fruiter     ''"'
p. w. Gruham    ''"fH
        li,
Lots  12 to 16.  1'.
1..   I !• 1.    1
l..,t     1   i.,   ■     It,
Lots  i  t.,  *    Block
Lol   i. Block .'- i   m.
Lots  i   to       Bl
l.oi   ii    Block   i
I.    1,2,   house,   blk      I
Lots   11  to 1'     Hlk     I.   I' .ni
Lots 1.2.  17   32,  Block
Lot HI,,, k   i H^
Blocks  i to 11 inclusive, Plan
Lota  l  to 12,  block   in   Plan
1   :.'.   i'i rn
Lots   I  to ■    Hl"<-k  28,  rim'    il
Blocks 2i,, 27.  M,  I'l.m  ;:.>.
L.   I'l.   22,   huilrtiw,   Hlk     I
Lol    I  to .:, hi,,, k   ', Plan i ■■
1.1,i., i  I*. , Block   '.. l'i*i" 7:.'.
Lots   I   lo  i. Illiiik   I I'lan * *
i,.,i i   Block -, PI .n .
I..   I.   1.   and   h *    lllk     1,   I'l.in   '■>'*
, Block -.'k, Plan 166
12 to 14.  bouse,  blk. 6,  I'lan 7.'i(i
Lots 12 to lr,,hotiHe, Hlk. 5, Plan 766,
Lot 3, stable, Block i, Plan nt
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and Company Limited    ^^^^^^^^^^^
Lots in Beaton Townsite Sub-Div,, Lots 502 and 505, Plans 756 and 756A
Mrs.   Ellen  BlockelBby    Lot  3,   Block  24  	
Vi.   h'.  Cox    Lots 14 and 15.  Block 16  	
L.  J.  Kdwnrds   Lots 24 and 25, Block 5 	
L.   J.  Kdwards   Lot 11, Block 2  	
L    J.   Kdwards     Ls. 11,12,13, Blkl, and lota 10,11, B.3
Mrs   Annie L. Gothier   Lot  23,   Block  3  	
3 IJ   Mis.   Annie  L.  Gothier    Lots  11  aud  12,  Block 15 	
'..Mtiii,,  Glendenniag   Lot 26 and house,  Block 23 	
2.37   I'    IlKkey  ..   Lot 3, Block 2 	
Mt i emit de Development Company   Lots 6 and 7, block 8 	
,fi-   ii    '.    M.*ii*i*i        Lot 22, Block  4 	
i,    ',    Mercer   Lot  12,  Block  8  	
i -   11    ■■'.    Merrer   Lots 9 and 10, block  lo 	
,:    I''.    Mi Kitrtck    Lot  4,  Block 20   	
-    8   Hugh   Lots 29 and 30, and hotel, Block 5...
.  il   I,   y   Mi'liougiild    Lots  15  to  20 inc., house,  Block 16...
2.3B  OgH    '•  hikI  McKitrick     Lots  11,12,13,  hotel,  Block 4  	
Robinson   Lot 17, Block 8 	
I*     I    Richmond    Lot 5,  Block 38  	
K   I.   M, iiiiui ms     Lot 10 and cottage, block 13 	
Mrs,   C.  S.  Thomas    Lots 9  and  10, Block 4  	
I    Wulftfaonn    Lots 24 and 25, Block  6 	
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5.81
12.77
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2.17
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1.50
11.05
2.40
1.30
1.60
1.35
2.10
9.00
1.75
9.75
4.95
5.25
5.70
.30
33.00
6.60
56.06
7.10
1.85
8.00
80.31
U.20
.75
.95
2.95
.60
1.10
3.85
.75
1.20
.95
.95
1.45
.40
47.25
4.00
69.20
.25
.75
2.00
2.50
1.30
Townsite of Ferguson Sub-Div., Lots 1140 and 1145
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I.  Mil     Mi i .it ty
Mrs.   S.   tri'iiiiiioi
Mat', lii-*   lb-id
Lot  6  and  building,  Block  6
Lots  11  and  12, block 9 	
Lot, 7,  Block 55  	
Lot 10, block 3 	
Lots  11  and  12,  block 6 	
Lot  18,  Block 4  	
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Loli 20 and  2i*
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7K.30
7.30
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21.H3
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IH.  Shannon   )    Lot. 24,  Block 8 	
| Mrs.   I.  biilho     Lois  1  and 2 and building, Block 1...
11,1   Leonard Patn-rHon        Lot 3,  Block   1  	
I Guy A. Lallerty      Lot  4,  blk.  1;  5-12,  Blk 2; 7,8 Blk,6;
10,   Block  29  	
\    f,   Carlson     Lot 6, Blk. 1; Lot 12, Block 8 	
Jas,  llvan    Lot 9, Block  1	
'I*   Mrs    I    K.  Freeze     Lot 10, Block 1 	
lol.33   Hi'li'i  Moore    Lots 18 and 19, Block 1 	
10.01 W, d. Newman   Lot 21, Block 1 	
69.00
.30
4.70
.25
17.80
,80
1.00
15.60
7.05
31.75
4.75
3.46
1.20
.90
5,30
.66
45.41
1.17
5.17
.72
12.75
.54
7.27
.90
.50
.16
.07
.61
8.75
1.14
4.96
6.68
.33
.45
5,35
.72
.62
.08
.31
.53
1.22
.51
4.04
2.02
2.10
2.23
.OS
6.30
.91
14.21
3.02
.53
1.99
53.47
3.86
21.12
.0:2
1.55
.02
7.03
.05
.15
2.30
2.71
10.41
1.28
.84
.10
.06
MO
2.66
18.92
1.14
7.70
3.34
3.34
129.11
9.09
6.22
18.87
6.66
6.40
4.77
7,04
17130
4.53
15.00
4.54
6.03
10.28
9.72
19.31
6.61
7.49
7.52
24.82
6.38
4.89
3.37
8.02
47.90
45.80
6.73
4.37
5.08
5.83
6.41
6.40
21.87
11.90
7.70
17.75
9.83
11*7.35
9.85
76.07
10.73
14.64
»5.23
9.81
15.86
4.08
4.45
12.45
7.87
4.61
9.08
13.36
6.93
18.60
4.85
8.95
5.75
2.87
9,69
6.73
5.75
5.76
13.15
432.50
8.62
36.42
14.72
156.35
8.54
42.22
14.90
6.70
4.86
3.27
9.61
64.50
10.74
40.0*6
42.88
7.73
4.70
19.35
8.07
3.92
3.85
4.26
5.73
16.07
5.01
10.91
9.02
10.32
11.38
2.72
88.55
13.51
141.4*6
13.07
6.13
13.99
138.28
16.36
92,12
2,32
8.25
2.27
26.83
2.55
3.15
19.90
11.76
44.19
8.03
6.29
3.30
2.96
9..1)
1
i SATURDAY, NOV. 4th, 1911.
the: mailheeald, revelstoke
Saturday, nov. 4th, mi.
Townsite of Ferguson, Subdivision of Lots 1140 and 1145.—Continued-
t
dkmn-quunT lands
Names of Persons Assessed Short Description of Property
Wm. Leips    Lot 22,   Block  1  	
Mrs. R.   H.  Kirpttrick    Lots  1  und 2 and house,  Block '2 ...
M.  fi. H.   Duncan     Lots li,  7, Blk. 2; lot 10, Block 55  ...
Jos. Brayne     Lot 8,  Block 2 	
John Law    Lat 9, Block 2 	
Barkley  Cril'ly     Lot 9,  BLock 2; lot 3, 4, Block 10 ...
John Doherty Estate    Lot 11, Block 2	
Jus.   Little  Kstate     Lot 14, Block 2  	
John 0,  Laing     Lot 17,   Block 2 	
W.  B.  Pool and  J.J.   Young      Lots 10 to 20 inc., 24, bulldjug, Blk.2
D.  H. McLean      Lot 5, Block 3 	
T. Gallon  ami  Company      Lots  1  to 7 inc., Block 4  	
W. B. Tool und J.  J.   luting      Lots 8 to 12 inc., Block 4 	
G.   Van  Nostrnnd      Lot 11), Block 5 	
Mrs. Mallets     Lot 13,   Block  5   	
Matthew Reid    Lot  18,  Block 5  	
Angus  Campbell     Lot 19,   Block  5  	
John  McDonald      Lot 20,  Block  5   	
R,  Leckie  Ewing      LotB 14 to 10 and house, Block 29 ...
Jas.   I'M/.s,minim:.       Lot 5,  Block 30 	
A.   U.   Mesker      Lot 8, Dlock 30 	
Thos. Gordon     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 30...
F. L. Houston     Lots 22 to 24 inc., house, Block 30...
Wm. Donald     LotB 3  and 7,  Block 31	
Basil   Smith      Lot 4,   Block 31  	
Donald and  Urquhart    Lot 5, Block 31 	
L. Boomer    Lot 13, Block 31 	
Albert Sullivan     Lot 1,   Block 32 	
W.  B.  Pool       Lots 1 to 4, Block 38	
N. Emo     Lot 9,  Block 38  	
FlorenceN.  Gordon     Lots 5   and  6 and house,  Block 40...
R. Perry     Lots 16 and 17 aad house, Block 41...
Mrs. C. Foran     Lot 2,  Block 50  	
Mrs.   Jas. Cummings Estate     Lot 5 and hotel, Block 50 	
Wm.  Schnell    Lot 4 and 'building,  Block 65 	
J. Humer    Lot 5,  Block 55  	
A.  R.  Laugbton     Lots 16 and 171 Block 65  	
Dominick Magelo    Lot 21,  Block 55  	
Jean O.  Ellis     Lot 21, Block 5 	
Fred W. Conway     Lot 22, Block 6 	
W. M.  Brown    Lot 2, Block 6 	
Reisterei- and Company  Estate     Lots 3 & 24, Blk. 6; 13, 14, 15, Blk. 55
MrB. S. O-Connor     Lots 11 and 12, Block 6 	
J. H.  Harris     Lots 14 and 15, Block 6 	
G. W.   Urquhart    Lot 17,  Block 6 	
F. Carlson    Lot 18, Block -6  ".	
W. N. Brayton    Lots 19 and 20, Block 6 	
T.  Gallon and  Company     Lots 4 and 5, Block 7 	
Mis. B. Clark    Lot 6,   Block 7  	
Donald Mcintosh     Lots 8,9,10,  Block 7;  lot 11, Blk 30...
Angus McDonald    Lots 1 and 2, Block 8 	
Vi. B. Pool and J. J. Young    Lot  10,   Block  9   	
Richard  Davis     Lot 5,  Block 10 	
Joseph C. Kirpatrick     L.8, house, Blk. 10; L. 23,24, big. B.55
Ole M.   Johnson     Lot 12, Block 17 	
C. A. Irwin   Lot 12, Block 18 	
M. M. Pettipiece    Lot 1,  Block 29	
Robt.  Samson    Lot 12,  Block 29  	
Laura J.  Wrong    Lot 13 and building, Block 29  	
AnguB  Cambbell     Loi 19, Block 5 	
A. C. Cummins    Lot 1 and Btore, Block 5 	
N. Emo    Lot 9, Block 38 	
W. Edwards    Lot 4,  Block 50 	
this
1.00
27.20
9.30
3.50
3.50
18.10
5.50
7.80
.40
59.40
3.20
37.65
20.15
7.10
5.15
6.66
11.95
9.95
9.00
1.60
1.00
1.00
1.00
6.90
6.80
20.00
18.00
9.56
.75
5.15
9.20
5.50
17.00
2.70
6.00
31.40
1.15
33.40
12.90
5.40
5.00
4.20
6.75
5.25
3-.50
4.20
1.80
13.20
11.70
5.30
13.20
10.40
4.20
22.00
1.80
4.10
1.10
42.70
3.30
1.00
4.60
5.20
4.90
10.05
16.00
1.80
.75
Townsite of Trout Lake Sub-Div., Part Lot 190, Plan 530
Frank Daly     Lot 46,   Dlock  40  	
jus. Hunt      Lots 1 to six, Block 6 	
Uscar  .Ln***. *, ti     Lot 26 and J, 27,  house,  Block 46  ...
l'.obt.  Madden       Lots 25 & 26, house, Block 49 	
Robt. Madden     Lots 12 to 14 and hotel, Block 62 ...
.Stephen Woods     Lots  J   38 and 30 and house, Blk.  48
H. D. Hume        Lot «.,  bioOK 52 	
Mrs.  Elsie Simmons    Lot ls una uuuse, Block 52 	
Gus Johnson     Lot Id aad house, Block 4 	
J.   W.  ri.  Charles   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 25,  26, 27, Block 41  ..'	
J. Hicks    Lot 23,  Block  46 	
Hendrickson    Lot 26 and J27, house, Block 46 	
V. Armstrong    Lot 5, Block 47 	
J.  Macdonell    Lot 7 Block 47 	
M.  Doyle     Lot 6,  Block 47 	
Cowan    Lot8,  Block 47 	
Murray and Johnson     Lot 25, Dlock 47 	
Evan  Cameron     Lot 26, Block 47 	
L. Earl    Lot 34, Block +7 	
.Mrs.  A.   G.   Fraser      Lots «, 47, 48, and house, Blk 47 ...
E.L.  Kinman    Ls.  1.2. blk.  48;  La. 21 to M, hs.B. 49
Higginson and Smith    Lots  12,  13, 14 and house,  Blk. 48 ...
A.  G.  Fraser     Lots 25  and 26,  Block 48  	
F. C.  Elliott     Lot 36 and building, Block 48	
J. McLennan .'.   Lot 29,  Block 49 	
McLennan and  Manson      Lot 30, Block 49 	
John Carlson     Lot 31,   Block  49  	
Swan Anderson Estate    Lots 23 and 22, Block 60 	
W. M. Brown    Lot 27, Block 50 	
J. Flood   Lot 3,  Block 51 	
Neil Swinton     Lot 11,   Block 51   	
Mrs. J. W. Westlall    Lots Vi and 13 nnd bouse, Block 61...
J.  C.  Murray       Lots 22 and 23 and store, Block 61...
F.   T.   Abey      Lot 24 and house, lot 25, Block 51...
Alex.  McLoan    Lot 26,   Block 51   	
Mrs. A. Fowler   Lot 27, Block 51	
H. D. Hume    Lot 28,  Block 51  	
E. R. Vlpond   ,   Lot 3,  Block 52 	
A. 0. Fraser    Lots 6 and 7 und store,   Block 69...
F. B. Wells    Lot 8 and store, Block 52 	
Ralph Higginson   Lot 11, Block 52 	
E. R. Vlpond and M. Beaton    Lot 16 and building,  Block 52 	
John  8tauber     Lot 18 and house, Block 52 	
John Haner    Lot 32 and house, Block 52 	
D. L. Clink    Lots 1 to 31 inc.,  Sub-Div. part lot
190,  plan 530 b	
Dennis McCarthy    Lots 10 and 11, Block 48  	
Trout Lake Townsite, Subdivision Part Lot 762. Plan 530A
Harry L. Ootlsoe    L8.   22,23,   2-3    24   nod honsl,   Blk.   3 22.70 7.20
A. O. Fraser     Lots li lo 12 inc. Block 6   8.40
Chas. Johnson     Lot 20,  Block 6           2.80 1.4(1
0.  J.   Nullum     Lot 21,   Hlock  6          1.20 .95
N.  B.  Smith       Lots 7 and 8 nml house, Block 8   12.00 11.06
W, M. Brown      Lots 15 and  16, Block 8          3.60 2.65
Trout Lake Townsite. Subdivision Part Lot 761. Plan 530B.
A. 0. Fraser   Lots 1 to 6, Block 3          6.90
A.  0. Fraser    Lots 1  to 4, Block 7   1.80
0, J. Ursbam   Lot 6, Block 16         1.66 1.15
oi"
.10
2
3.10
C.tiS
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
2
12.73
.10
2
3.00
20.72
2
82.12
.70
2
5.90
13.87
2
53.52
9.60
2
37.75
2.49
2
11.59
1.6S
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
i
10.47
2.44
2
11.24
6.29
2
28.69
2.71
2
22.71
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
.54
2
8.54
10.40
2
43.48
1.24
2
7.39
7.57
2
42.97
3.09
2
17.99
1.72
2
9.12
1.12
2
8.12
1.24
2
7.34
2.40
2
11.15
1.68
2
8.93
.84
2
6.44
.51
2
6.71
.24
2
4.04
4.88
2
20.03
4.77
2
18.47
1.73
2
9.03
4.60
2
19.80
3.69
2
16.09
1.24
2
7.44
7.94
2
31.94
.24
2
4.04
1.29
2
7.39
.10
2
3.20
13.27
2
58.07
.86
2
6.10
.10
2
3.10
1.45
2
8.05
.80
2
8.00
1.38
2
8.28
4.38
2
16.43
7.89
2
25.82
.42
2
4.22
.10
2
2.85
.60
1.40
.33
2
4.80
2.50
.45
2
6.60
1.00
2
7.20
1.08
2
24.00
2.16
2
14.40
7.95
3.13
2
1.65
.36
2
2.55
.15
2
1.05
.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
i:20
.95
.20
2
.90
.75
.11
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
3.60
1.65
1.19
2
6.40
1.50
2.00
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
10.8D
1.26
2
25.20
18.45
7.58
2
36.SO
15.00
12.53
2
3.60
6.72
2
5.40
3.95
1.08
2
7.80
1.60
3.25
2
7.80
1.50
3.25
2
7.50
1.60
2.89
2
10.10
2.85
4.13
2
2.80
1.60
1.01
2
3.80
1.50
1.43
2
2.80
1.50
1.01
2
23.40
12.30
5.74
2
26.40
6.40
1.47
2
25.00
21.00
9.00
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
3.80
.75
1.24
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
27.30
36.10
5.40
2
30.40
12.45
9.85
2
7.40
3.90
1.92
2
7,20
6.55
1.19
2
7.20
2.55
1.41
2
5.40
1.25
.67
2
24.00
22.95
7.38
2
2.40
2.80
.94
2
4.34
9.75
9.60
10.28
28.16
27.48
4.01
4.70
3.11
10.60
34.13
28.64
35.57
8.43
11.98
10.27
4.35
3.76
4.35
8.14
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
7.31
43.14
39.27
57.00
4.-15
4.30
7.79
4.3-4
70.80
54.70
15.22
16.94
13.16
9.3'.'
56.33
8.14
8.51
2
40.41
1.211
2
11.60
.71
2
6.91
.20
2
4.35
3.83
2
2-fHH
1.10
2
9.25
Townsite of Comaplix Sub-Div., Part Lots 1141 and 1142, Plans 632 and 635A and 632B
riKi.iNQi'B.vr LANDS
Names^of Persons Assessed
Short Description of Property
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2
9.89
29
2
7.09
5:>
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6.0S
R.   M.   Evans     Lot  12 and hotel,  Block  A   	
Mrs. Mary H.  Fuiihall   Lot 11 and house, Block 12 	
Wm. Hamilton    Lot 15 and house, Dlock D 	
J. A. Magee Bstate  Lot 1 and house, Block V 	
J. E.  Paynes   Lot 7 and house, Block KI 	
Selby  Soules   Lots 13 and  14 and house, Block  2..
J.  H.   Young    Lots 5 and 6  aad  hotel,  Block  Ki  ..
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68.00
13.72
2
82.72
18.00
3.15
2
23.15
9.00
1.08
2
12.0S
16.40
2.52
2
20.92
3.00
.18
2
5118
4.80
.29
2
7.09
29.50
4.74
2
16.24
Townsite of Gerrard, Subdivision of Lot 5704, Plan 892.
Mobbs      Lots  1  to 4, II  to 118, Block  I 	
Mobbs       Lots 1   to  18,  Block 2   	
Mobbs       Lots 1 tu 4,  10 to 20,  Block 4 	
Mobbs       Lots  1  to 32, Block 5  	
Mobbs        Unplotted  portion  lot   5704,  G.L,  25
gcrcs  more  or less 	
T.  A. Batcmau
Liyron  Boyd 	
Alex. Barnett 	
F, H. Corson and W.  J. Lappan
Amoroso Copper  	
J. Oilntelvi 	
John Cameron 	
Hairy Davis  	
J.  ri. C. Fraser 	
N.   S. Fraser 	
Geo.  Ferguson  	
Jlojt. Faulds 	
J. C. Gore  	
M.  Grady  	
m. Grady  	
Win. A. Graham  	
Wm. A. Graham  	
iiu.cyoa Hot Springs  Sanitarium ....
riu.cyon Hot Springs  Sanitarium ....
Gus  Hedstrom  	
tt.  Hayden  	
J.   Grafton   	
Allan P.  Hemmelman  	
ri. riouston 	
iSioily M. Johnstone 	
Roy H. Keefe 	
W. J. Lascelles     	
IV.   J. Lascelles  	
Mis,  M.   J.  Lumb  	
Mrs. A. LaBrash 	
.1.   W.   Marsland   	
13. Marsland 	
L.  C. Morrison 	
Jusf H.  Murtoc  	
Win.  I. Moslcy  	
ida Marshall   	
Metropolitan   Gold   & Silver   Mining
Company  	
ri.  R. Middlemas 	
Mrs.  A.  Moftatt  	
Janet  B.   Munroe   , ,....
Jas. McEwen 	
G.   S.  McOarter   	
Vi.  E.  McCandlish  Estate  	
R.  McLeod  	
F.  McCarty 	
A.   Mclntyre   	
J. R. McPherson
J. McMillan 	
u.  13.  McMillan ...
iV'm.   McDevitt  	
1.. i''. McDougald 	
a. F. McDougald 	
it.  b'.  Perry  	
rtaielstoke    and     McCullough    Creek
Hydraulic Mining Co., Ltd	
-\etde Marshall 	
iV,   ll.  Robertson   .....s	
Mrs. Sarah J. Shardlow  	
C.  M.  Symons	
A.   M.   Symons   	
C,  D.  Taylor 	
h. Trussler 	
Wm.  Williams 	
W.   WrLht	
M.   E.  Walley 	
H.   S.   Wallace 	
ri.  Walker 	
W.   G.  Watson 	
Wm.  Waine  	
J.  I.  Woodrow 	
W.'l.'rid Wolstenholm 	
C. E. Wallis 	
Wm.  Stockwell 	
Columbia Fruit Lands Co., Ltd.
Edith   Morrison   	
Lot  813*2,   G.I	
Lot  136 o[ Sub.  Div.  ol part of  lot
307, plan 980 	
L.   1 to 4,6,7,9, ot W.J   Bec.19 Twp.  20
ri. E.  i  Section 22,  Twp. 23  	
S. W. 1, Section 22,twp.t/J Fire Val y
Lots, 1, 3,. Dlk. 3, Rev., plan 636K.
Lot 7634, G. I., Kootenay District...
Lot 7392, Group 1, Kooteouy DiB. ...
Lot 1183, Group 1, Kootenay Dis. ...
Lot 7691, Group 1, Kootenay District
Sec. 33, twp. 69, Kootenay Dis	
Lot 1, ol L. 7699. G.L Kootenay Die.
Plan   No.   844    „...
Lot 7690, G.L, Kootenay District ...
L.1138, 1139, hotel, UpperArrow lakes
Lot 3945, G.I., Kootenay District ...
Lot 3618, G.L, Kootenay District ...
Lot 8046,  G.  I.,  Kootenay District...
Lot 100 and cottages, G. 1	
Lot 24ol, G. I., Kootenuy District ...
Lot 78-J1, G.L, Kootenay District ...
Lot 8409, G.L, Kootenay District ...
Lot 8025, G. I., Kootenay District...
Lot 5 of Lot 8026, G.L, Kootenay dis
Lot 8032, G. I., Kootenay District...
Lot U153, G.L, Kootenay District ...
L. 7 of L. 7699.G.I. P. 844 K. Dis. ...
Lot 2719, G.I.,bouse, Kootenay DiB....
Lot 8690, G.I., Kootenay District ...
L.  5, Blk.  A.  & house, Rev.Pl.  636G.
Lot 9152, G.I.,  Arrow Lakes  	
L.2 of L. 7106.G.I.K. D. Plan 945. ...
L. 3 ol L. 7105.G.I., K.D., Plan 945...
Lot S814, G.I., Kootenay District ...
Lot I.L.S. D. 4,  Sec. 27, Twp. 23 ...
Lot 5 of lot. 7542, G. I	
Lot  8704,  Arrow  Lakes,  G.  I	
Lot 7047, Ferguson, G. I	
Lot 1 ot lot 7542, Burton 	
Lot 8513, Arrow Lks,  G.L, K. Dis....
N. E. i Sec. 15., Twp. 69 	
Ls. 8028, 8029, 8030, G.I., K. Dis. ...
Lot 2613, Carnes Creek, G.I., K. Dis.
N.E. i, Bee.'23, S.E. J sec.28,S.W.s.28
E.J, sec.33, W.J,  N. W. i  sec.  33, all
in Twp. 69 	
L.   8511,  Arrow  Lakes, G.I.,  K.  Dis.
Lot  446,   G.I.,  Hall's  Landing   	
Ls. 1,2, B. 61, Rvelstoke, Plan 6361.
Lot 152, Arrow Park, Plan No. 827.
L. 105, Arrow Park, Plan No. -S27. ...
E.j, se.J, sec. 1, twp.69,ej, ne.i sec.
36,  Township 71	
Lot   8042,   Arrow   Lakes  	
L.   7544,  G.I.,   Lower  Columbia river
L. 8156, 8130, G.I.   Arrow   Lakes	
L. 3498,  (iolii licltl.s,  G.I., K. District.
Lot 23, G.I., Kootenay District 	
Lot S705, G.L, Kootenay District. ...
Lot 7980, G.L, Kootenay District ...
L. 6, house, B. A, Rev. P. No. 636G.
L. 7968. Up. Arroe Lake. G.L, K. D.
L. 7964, Pingston Ck., G.L, K. Dis.
W. 80 acres of lot 438,G.L, Hall's Lg.
W.J lot 444.160A,  G.I.  Hall's Ldg.  ...
West J  Sec. 24,  Twp. 71 	
W.J,  ne.J,  sec.26,  W.J,  ne.J  sec.   31,
Twp.  71 	
Lot 8132,  G.I.,   Kootenay District  ...
Lot 6942, Goldflelds 	
L.   1785, G.l., Oarlboo City 	
Pt.  ne.J,  sec.26,   house, Twp.  23  	
Lot 8034, G.L, Kootenay District ...
Und.i L. 6940 & Und.| L. 6939G.I.KD
L.   A,0,18,24,   lots 7695 and 8687  	
Lot  4467,  Duncan  rivei,  G.I.,  K.   D.
L. 4,5, of L. 7697, near Burton	
E.J.N.E.i, sec.23, twp.23 R.L.W. 6 M.
Lot 8813, G.L,   Kootenay  District  ...
4.70
2.15
1.30
3.85
13.50
12.00
4.80
30.00
15.00
38.40
5.40
14.50
16.00
128.00
20.00
136.00
13120
112.00
48.00
4.80
60.00
55.20
850.OO
27.80
27.60
•JO.O0
18.00
3.30
68.00
4.00
3.60
39.00
9.60
16.80
7.20
1.60
1.50
19.20
9.00
6.11
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
ic.oo
10.00
3.60
197.40
54.00
14.40
36.00
33.60
4.75
30.60
15.00
56.00
.28
.13
.11
6.23
1.89
7.00
6.70
28.00
22.00
1.50     2
14.30
35.00
8.40
1.40
28.00
4170
3.90
6.95
19.50
7.50
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. ID
2.22
3.30 '
.67
4.08
.24
.57
4.32
.80
1.72
.43
.li
.18
1.15
1.0S
.46
.48
2.8S
.16
.72
.96
14.52
79.72
5.28
1.92
17.87
1.83
.13
.13
.70
1.71 2
2.69 2
7.90 2
30.19 2
3.20
6.55
7.80
22.50
1.73
.24
12.96
1.46
1.15
.57
10.68
16.76
.90
.96
.65
37.20
7.74
7.74
3.'->4
3.03
.28
1.83
.46
2.25
8.64
6.98
4.28
3.91
6.02
17.39
22.50
14.70
63.48
40.76
43.86
8.54
17.69
22.41
141.52
23.80
153.84
31.54
124.08
52.88
7.09
108.10
72.79
1017.00
35.18
34.36
25.62
51.30
10.67
74.08
6.24
10.07
45.32
12.46
20.52
9.63
3.68
3.68
22.35
12.08
7.57
10.48
55.88
4.79
14.72
18.96
146.12
304.12
95.28
35.92
81.22
15.23
4.23
4.23
12.30
32.21
33.29
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341.04
18.13
6.24
158.96
16.66
'-':!. 33
12.17
50.08
90.31
17.90
18.96
6.25
236.60
63.74
17.69
41.24
38.63
7.03
31.43
10.26
41175
66.(4
E. EDWARDS,
DEPUTY ASSESSOR REVELSTOKE.
LIQUOIt   ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, ,on the
fliat day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotol known
as tbe Deaton hotel, sltuateat Beaton, ln the Province of British Columbia.
Duted this 28th day of September,
1911. 30:1«.
H.   NELLIS,   Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will Iki made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police tor
renewal of the holel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
as the Hnlcyon Hot Springs hotel,
situate at Halcyon, in the Trovinco
ot British Columbia.
Dated Ihis 28tb dny of Bopte n W,
1911. Mii.
WILLIAM   BOYD,   Applicant.
Notice is hereby riven that, on the
tirst day of December next, application will be made to tbe Superintendent of Provincial Polico for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in tbe hotel kaowu
ua tbe Lakevivw hotel, situate at
Arrowhead, in tho Province of British  Columbia.
Dated this 2nd day of October, 1911
CHAPMAN  & IRWIN.  Applicants.
LIQUOR    ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
lirst day of December next, applies
tion will Iw made to the Super!* -
tendent of Provincial Police (or
renewal of tlie hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
'tei In* Bva Hotel, situate ut Camborne, lu tbe Province of British Columbia.
Dated tbis 10th day ol October, 1911
H.   O.   WAKE,   Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby ffiveu that, on the
lirst day ot Deoember 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
us thc Criterion hotel, situate at
Camborne, in toe Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this Uth day of October, 1911
W.   S.   RENNIK,   Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Tan. 10—Return of Wm.  Yule & Co.,
In Dombey & Son, Edison theatre.
WANTED-Mau and wife to occupy
furnished rooms. Suitable companions for a lady. Apply to T.O.
Box 243, Revelstoke.
Notice is hereby given that, on tbc
lirst day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police lor
renewal ot the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel knowii
as the Hotel Queens situate at Comaplix, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 9th day of October, 1911
J.   H.   YOUNG.   Applicant
Notice to Contractors
ARROWHEAD LOCK-UP
Se.tled Tenders, superscribed "Tea-
der for Lock-up, Court-room, and
Constable's Quarters at Arrowhead,"
will l>e received up to 12 o'clock noon
ul Wednesday, the 15th day ol
November, 1911, for th* erection and
completion of n Lock-up, Court-room
and Constable's Quarters at Arrow -
bead, iu the Hevelstoke Electoral
District, B.C.
Plans, specitlt utions, contract* and
forms o< tender may be Been on and
after the 2bth duy of October, 1911,
at the otlices ol the Constable in
charge, Arrowhead, the Government
Agent, Revelstoke; and the Department of Public Works, Parliament
Buildings,  Victoria.
Each proposal must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque or
certificate of deposit on a chartered
baak of Canada, made payable to
the Honourable the Minister of Public Works, -for the sum of -1350, which
sball be forfeited if the party tendering decline to enter into contract
when called upon to do so, or if be
fail to complete the work contracted
for. The cheques or certificates ot
deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
be returned to them upon the excut-
ion  of  the  contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,
signed with the actual signature of
thc tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes  furnished.
The lowest or any tender not aec-
essaeiiy accepted.
J.  E.  GRIFFITH,
Public  Works  Engiaeer.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria,   B.C.,   October 24th,   1911
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
lays after the date of the first publication hereof, the undersign.-d will
make an application to the Board of
Licensing Commissioners for the City
of Revelstoke for permission to transfer to A. P. Levesque, of Revelstoke,
13. C, the license to sell liquors by
retail at the Hotel premises at Revelstoke  known as  tba Union  Hotel.
Dated this 21st September, 19111
-'.Die. Levesque   &   Walsh.
NOTICE
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I. B. R. Reynolds
ot Revelstoke. B. C, occupation.
Clerk, intend to apply for permission
to purchase tbe following described
lu»ds:
Commencing at a post planted at
the South West Corner of Lot 7818,
:ind marked B. R. Reynolds North
West Corner Post, thence east 80
cbains to the South West Corner o(
T. L. 6143, thence south about 400
eet to tbe North East Corner of
Lot 7043, th;ncc along line of Lot
7043 forty chains. west 40 chains
south and 20 chains west to line of
Lot 2112, thence along line ot lot
2112 10 chains north and 20 chains
north and 20 chains west to tbe
North West Corner, tbence north
about 400 feet to tbe place of commencement, containing 160 acres,
more or less.
Dated September 25th, 1911.
B.  R. REYNOLDS.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
lirst day of December neit, application will l»e made to the Superintendent ot Provincial Police lor
renewal ol the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail In tbe hotel known
as tbe Lardeau hotel, situate at
Comaplix, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 28th day ol September,
1911. 'ii)it.
RUSSELL    M.    EVANS,    Applicant.
WANT(JI)-Man  and    wife,  first class
cooks,   require   situation  in    camp,
hotel      or    restaurant.   Best   refer
■MM ' ;ia lie given. F. Langley, Bro-
derick,  Sask.
WANTED-Live Agetjts to sell stock
in Company Incorporating for Patent Brick which will revolutionize
BtOdtfn building construction. Approved and highly recommended by
leading architects and builders io
Vancouver. Will realize big divid -
ends. Liberal commission. Only responsible parties need apply. Smith
and Rogers, 312 Pender Btreet west
Vancouver,  B.C.
WANTED - Experienced Sawyers,
Swampers. Teamsters, Hunk ram.
etc., for steady work at going Interior wages. Come at once. —Adams  Hiver Lumber  Company.  Ltd.,
Ch.lie.    U.   C. t'«'
w \NTi:i>- A position 111 hotel as cook
ten yearn experience ac flrst-clus".
rook in hotels on the coast. Apply
Charlie.  P.O.  Boi  204,   R.velstokf, SATURDAY, NOV.  4th. 1911.
TIIE^iLlL-IIE^^.LID,  HEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOV.  1th, 1911.
EDISON   THEATRE
UNE SOLID WEEK   STARTING   NOVEMBER   6TH
" JOLLY DELLA PRI
and her splendid company of 12 people
in all the latest New York successes
FIRST STORY Of
BATTLE DF TRAF
Vou will iike Delia; she has such a pleasant smile,
gowns and hats are a positive deli ;ht to the k      ^^^^^^^
trunks full of them.    If you  like   lo  laugh and forget  your
troubles, come and see this jolly ' "'   '"'"
gallant comedians.
Some of the pla
" The Man on the Box"
"Pierre nf the Pla ns."
" Giri of the Golden West"
"What Happened to Jones r
tie Is'ly and her company of
;  o !aced :
Communicated by .ice-Admiral
ColliipoQd to tlm Lords ot
tlie Admiralty
Following Is the first "story" ol
the battle of Trafalgar, as communicated to the lords of the admiralty
by Vice-Admiral Oolltagwood. It appeared  in the London Times of Nov.
li,  1805:
Admiralty Ofllce, Nov.  6th
Dispatches, of which the following
are copied, were received by the admiralty tbis day at 1 o'clock a. m.,
trom Vice-Admiral Co 11 ing wood, cam-
man-der-tn-chlef of his majesty's ships
and  vessels ol Cadiz:
Km.villus,  nil  Oape Trafalgar,
Oct. 2'AhI,  ISO:,.
Sir,—The ever to be lamented death
..I   Vice-Admiral   Lord   Viscount  Nel-
! sun, who in the late conflict with the
enemy    fell    In  th-e    hour ol victory
leaves     to me the duty of informing
my Innl commissioners ol tbc admit'-:
ulty that on the     nineteenth instant!
it was communicated to the coiumaa
I der-in-ohie! from the ships     watching]
the  motions  of   ibe  enemy   in  Cadi/.,1
i thnt the  combined  licet had  put     to
sen as they Balled with light    wind-.
westerly,  lis lordship concluded their
destination wus the     Mediterranean,
mil immediately  made nil  -ail for the
straits'   I'titrati-e  with  Dritish  squadron,  consisting of 27 ships, three    of
them  sixty-lours,   where  his  lordship
I was informed  by Captain Blackwood
(whoSB  vigilance  iu      watching      and
■  giving  notice  ol  the  enemy's    move-
| ments has  be; n highly     meritorious)
th.it  they had not yet     passed     ths
[straits.
;    On   Monday,  the  21st  instant,      at
daylight,   when  Cape  Trafalgar
K.liy  S.  about seven league,  the    en
emy    was    discovered    six or    seven
miles  eastward,  the  wind  about west
and  very  light.   The     rommatider-in-  a
chief immediately made the signa
the  fleet  to hear  up  in  two  columns
as  thev are formed  in order of sail-
in*;:      a   mode  of  attack  his  lordship
V*-."   if I J A le    \
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No Other Hosiery
Offers This—
i. unclothing that fits with absolute perfection,
reasons you v. ill readily seo if you'll glance at the
picture here . . . tlle only Lose made that is permanently shaped lo the foot anil ley, ami that is both
Seamless and  Snug-Fitting
You would not think of buying h-se with a spam up the front
of thc led        .wouldn't that lo ugly and uncomfortable I
Probably you lay the kind with a scam up the back only
b. cause you didn't know   there Wus n kind free from thut
discomfort   nt.d   unslghlllness.     There Is,  however    You
an get the better kind in any  weight   or color  if you
buy hosiery rni.de by
Penmans   Limited
Paris ■ Canada
Underwear,   Swealets,   Hosiery
70
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FulIFushioned
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attempted  arson,    Toliee  Magistrate' KOOTENAY     LODU12,
Walker yesterday arraigned tha banks au.i A.  M.
as      "simply  shops  for  turning    out liegular     meetings nre held in MAS-
crimlnals."   He arraigned the system UMO 'i'l'lMFLK,     Oddlellows'      Hall
wh'ich  permitted      continuous    thefts ou the Third Monday  in each month
without investigations, saying. "Why at li p. m.     Visiting brethren     ara
can't  banks      get a system  by  wbich cordially welcome.
the  boys  can  bc  checked  upV       Thc j
sooner tbey shut, their doors the better for the world. As things are
they are simply shops for turning
out criminals. The boys aro teclini -
cally guilty, but to my mind the institutions ure equally culpable for
thair negligence, which make crime
possible."
The boys, who have pleaded guilty,
were remanded for sentence.
ROBT.  GORDON,  W. M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Becretary.
iixiAVY  IjKINKEE CURED
Samaria Cured Kim, and He Helps
CIhers
SELKIRK      LODGE  12,  1.  0.  0. F.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. ViBiting
brethren  cordially invited.
J.   S. HOOLEY,  N.  G.
JAS.  MATHXE,   Secretary.
COURT
and
Toronto,
service Captain Dlack-
themselves     aealously in their conn- uiy siguals-
try'B  service,  all  deserve  their    high wood performed with great attention
merits   .should   stand   recorded,      and
never was high merit more conspicuous      than  in  the  battle  1 have    described,
The     Achilles    (ft Krench 74), after ^	
having surrendered,  hy some  misman IU et were now  in a very  perilous posi
ugt'inent  of the Frenchmen  took    lire timi,  many  dismasted,  all shattered,
and     blew      up;  two  hundred of her in  thirteen     fathoms     water ofl the
men were saved hy the tenders. shoals of Trafalgar; and when 1 made
A  circumstance  occurred during the the signals to prepare to anchor, few
alter thc action 1 shifted my ting to
her,   that  1  might  more  easily   com- j
iiu.nicate any orders to, and     collect
tho ships,  and towed  the  Uoyal Sovereign  out  to  seaward.      The    whole
POPULAR PRICES. - 25c-50c-75c
Oo
Saturday night Mi^a Prin
;, $50 i' atnond King.
Matinee Saturday, 2.30.
Ic will positively K-ve away
Admission. 10c. and 25c.
Your Electric Fixtures
!f they go wrong, don't worry, but just
Phone to No. 2£4 in the day
or No. 40 at Night
■ ej will immediately 11! attended  di.   There is
•   •■    i we can't do in this li: e as years of experience
with electrical machinery has stfven us an  insight into
•   * siness that could not Le obtained etherwii
'; swear when the lights go out.    Let U8 do that
A. 6.
Store
iii',1
■   General Manager
Office. Old Howson Block
had   previously  elected  to avoid    the
inconveniences  and   delay   in   forming
a  lin" of battle in the usual manner.
Ths enemy's line consisted of i'i ships
lot      wliicb    is    were  French  and   15
Spanish i, commanded In chief by Ad
niir.il   Vllteneuver;   the  Spaniards  un-
d.'i- the direction of     Gravina     were
wub  their heads northward nnd form
ed their line of     battle     with great
closeness and correctness; hut na the
mode of attack was unusual, so   the
Structure  "f     their  line  was new;  it
formed a crescent, convexing the lee-
»■ ii-l. bo that m leading down to the
centre I bad both their van nnd rear
al a't  bhe beam;  * ifoi ■ I •■ Hr * opt n
ed, every .iit mate ship was     about
.1  cable's '. nth  to  ■'■ In I Ward  ol    her
l ahead aad astern, forming   a
k.ti.I i.f    double     line, and appeared
wl'.i'li   on   their   beam   to  le.,
little interval between them, and
th i without crowding their ships.
\ in, i... \ Ilea '*"■ was In the Bona
vent in., in I .:.:•;    Prince
avina'i llsg, but
the  French   n.l  Spanish ships     wcr*'
nixed    with   it any apparent regard
nal   ■ nm.Iron-
As tbc mode ,,; our attack had heen
prevtt ,nd      com
. to tbe flag officers .id I th-
trs  necens.i
-.■     ■*■*:*     B . .*    Ml -' '
direc-        - bore
■ mman-der in ct. ft    ,n  tb*   *
tory, led the weat:
lioya! r*   my flag
action which so strongly marked the oi the ships bail an anchor to let go,
invincible spirit oJ British seamen; t-htir cables being shot; hut the same
when engaging tha enemies of their good Providence which aided through
bore country that I cannot resist the pleas the day preserved us through the
. ure I have in making it known to night, hy the wind shifting n few
their lordships     The Temeraire    was   po.nts und  drifting  the ships oil the   postpaid   In
boarded,   by   accident  or  design       	
French  ship     on one side and     a   masted ships, which ace now at   an- j
1 ior   Spaniard  on  the  other;    the   contest  clior oil Trafalgar,  and  1  hope    will
was vigorous, but iu the end the com   r.ue safe  until  theBs gules are over.
Iiin.nl    ensigns      were   torn  from the      1 living     thus detailed the proceed-1
poop and  the  British hoisted in their   lu&s  of  tho lleet on  this  occasion,  I
places.      Such    a battle could  not he   h*_*g   to   congratulate   their   lordships
fought      without   sustaining  a   great   ou a victory  which  I hope  will    ad-d
loss of men.    I have not only to  la-   array  to  the  glory  of  his  majesty's
ment in common      with the    British   crown and     be attended  with  public
navy  and  the  British  nation    in  bhs   h'.-efit to our country.
1 am, etc.,
(Sg.)      C.   COLL1NGWOOD.
A man wbo bus been released from
be awful cravings of ill-Ink, and whose
Irst  thought  is  lo  help others, shown
ik   spirit  ol     true   brotherhood
Illlunthropy.     Head  his letter:
i n,:   .-.amariu   Lteinedy   Co.
uni.':
i.lll imi i.lens*' send me book o:,
JrtnK, alBO circulars relatliiR lo yout
,'uiuud iMiiu*ily lor the drink habit:
i wish lo hand these to ii trtend who
is being to ruin mrouffh drink. Vou
.viu renietiiber thai I have taken your
retnody, nnd   1  lind k all you claim  rt
o tie. 1 never think of tukliiK or
using strong drink In any way. a? all
ilus.,o for it bas left me. 1 itiunol
•>i" iik too highly oi your wonderful
lujiii'ily. You muy use my name in any
way   vou   wish Tn   public.
,   'II.   Lllywhlte,   Brlgden,  Ontario."
Samaria Prescription is tasteless
and odorless, and dissolves Instantly
In tea or coffee, or can be mixed with
food. It can be given with or without the patient's knowledge, It removes the craving for drink, builds up
ihe system and restores the nerves.
[Jriuk bectunes distasteful and even
nausequs. '
lirtnk ls a disease, not a crime. One
drink of whiskey always Invites another. The inflamed nerves and
stomach create a craving that must
either be satisfied by more whiskey or
removed by sclentlllc treatment like
K-.fiarla Prescription. Samaria Prescription haB been In regular and sttc-
ei's.'.ful use by I'liysiciana and lluspi-
tala   for   over   ten   years.
If you know of any family needing
S..ntarla Prescription; tell them about
it If you have a husband, father or
friend that Is drifting Into drink, help
hlm save himself.    Write to-dav.
A FREE TWA I, PACKAGE of Samaria Prescription, with booklet, giving full particulars, testimonials, price,
etc., will be si'iti absolutely free and
plain   sealed   package   to
MT.      BEGBIE1,    No.  3*161.
OF I.  O. F.
Meets in I. a 0. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House  every second
ml fourth Monday iu mouth. Visit-
i.-.g brethren cordially welcomed.
G. W. BELL, 0. R.
_       WM.  S.  CAMERON,  Bec.-Bec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. ot    P.,
NO.  ac,   REVELSTOKE,  B.  0.
Meets every Wednesday except   the
Third Wednesday ol each month     in
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock.  Visiting Knights are cordially invited.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, 0. 0.
Q. H. BROOK, K. ol R. * 8.
M. ot F.
0. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 220.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each  month in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS. Oon. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Olerk.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial  Bank   Building  Revelstoke. B. O.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,    B.   0.,     and
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
by   Ian I, except four of thi captured dis   anyone asking r..r It anil  mentioning
J . this   psper.    ,( orrespontb'tice   sucredlv
toMay.   The Sa-
...   ,, , .     ....  Dept.   411-49,   Col-
te sale   untn   these  gales are over. * _       , .,
I   ,     at        rn.,.,,,.*.**,. Hnnnilo AlSO
fall  of  the  commander-in-chief,      the
loss of a hero  whose  name will be im
mortal and  his  memory  ever dear to
his country;  but my  heart rent with
the  most  poignant  for  the death  of
a friend to whom hy many years intimacy   and  a   perfect  knowledge      of
the virtues of his mind,     which    inspired   ideals  superior  to  the     common race of men, I     was   hound by
the strongest  ties  of affection;  grief
to   which   thv   glorious   occasion      iu
winch  be  fell   does n..t   bring  tonsola-
iiti      which  perhaps it ought.      His
lordship  received  a  musket  Imll      in
I  it   breast   about   tie*  middle    o:
the action,  anl Ben!   an officer to mc
Immediately     with bis last farewell,
..il I  si .on  after  expired.
1 h.iv,.  .ils..  ;*,  lament the loss    o!
Ulcers, Captains Bull
of the  Mars, and Cooke ot the  ll.ilc-
rophi ;i.    1 .i heat.I ..f none
* tl. t     I -ti imber that   have
paf ^^^^^^
confidential.    Write
maris Remedy  Co.,
borne   St.,  Toronto,    Canada
for  Sale by  0.   lt.   Macdonald, Druggist,  Hevelstoke,  B.  0.
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A reliable French regulator; never {nils. Theso
pills nre exceedingly powerful In regulating the
generative portion of the female svstem, Kefnse
all rheap Imitations. Dr. rie Van'i nre sold nt
fc.T ;i box, or three fur $1(». Mailed to any address.
The Soobell Drug Co., Ht. Cathftrlnei, Out.
Reveletoke,
Cranbrook
Buffalo Hill Retires
Richmond, Va„ Nov. 2—Col Wl Fl
Cody, "Ilutialo Hill," retired from
pualic life last nifht. His show was
packed oil to winter quarters and his
Indians were sent to their tepees.
Buffalo Hill Intends to spend his remaining years iu the west, where he
has helped to make American history
Ho far as public exhibitions are concerned, he has shot the ashes from
his last cigar und chased the last
Indian.
During a career which began as a
pony express rider, an.l led him
through more varied life than the'
average man, Col. Cody became
known as one of the most picturesque ligures ot American life. The sob-
FOR SALE
EIGHT-ROOMED
HOUSE
Half a block East of McKenzie
Avenue
ROBERT  8MITH,
Provincial  Lar>d  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
McKKNZIE  AVH.,
BOX    106,
klngiuoeriug
RKVKL8TOKK.
Ii,
For Terms fciul Particulars apply
D.    R.   McKENZIE
REVBUiTOKH
|iiet Buffalo  Bill,  he  earned in  the
.nl   very great, when | Pirly i;0'8 whcn be contracted to furn
H01TL GLIMAX RESTAURANT
-■=^ OPKN  NIGr   .   AND DAY"
White Help Cily Employed
th'  iee.
The  action i-iock    bj
imn break
tea.       th*
* unman • n- *
ship  fr.*m
'   .   'I   .11.   'll.*  ti',,1
■'  the enemy  un
'hr ,.■■ '    '
■  tn» ''netnv     ,'
tin'  muniei *.f
i •     iever«      the tti-ni*.
*
honorable   t>,   tl-
ind
'•<p,-n«'»r  of
v the Day or v..   i, |  ^^     ,.,„,„,...
Nigl ' uranl    Short Order    l|tor'    K    ' '•   "'   ,h*
Irnvinu,  with   ten  "I*
1 tt .fnr !     townrdt
I Cadis.   The  live heejdmotl   <hn>i
their   v.,n  im*k*"l   nnd  etandlltf to the
I.     tO     AIII'IV  III     **'     'I
veere   mii - ,i-i   !     *,n.l    t.-
| mosl. nl tli'tii taken    imI t.h»     others
i.i •       aquod
it,.     : '      ihipi  ..f  'be Iln*1  "f  which
*,*    ;***imn
: il      and   Hi,*      mt.i   Ann i   with
.       ■.-./      Vdmiral   Vil
b'lie.i'M,   thl   ' iiinninii l"t  in chief;   Hon
I-n.iliH   Maria   D'AHva,   vice admiral;
.md   ib.*   I part ii  real  i Inrirnl,    Hon
B ithiii-iu   lli>lnli"
Aflu    .uch  a vbt.,rv  it   iiinv  a|i|N';ir
iinneen,'ary in Mitel  Into nconriumi
i n Hi" partli Him  i.,iit inkcti i,y   thl
Mi.veliil       eoliiio.ii. lit*      11m*   i ..,,■ lie,ion
., v .   iiiiii e   on   I h.*     llhjei '    tb iti  I havi*
Ino/uii -''   Iii   I'M'U "k    w li  ii   all   exi'i I
to  me;  but   it   hav-   jsh  |nlfl;iio me„t  to the laborers    on
wind ever since |thc landing 0[ the     Kansas   I'a.-ilic
.:  yet hud in my . ,.ttiiwayi     ami in ics8 than    eighteen
Ports Irom the ( IllIintils he ^m^ 428O bison.
The   R :   Ign  having  lost
ottering    lore-
Buralua to     me
. nt,titled,      which
I hall
Attack on Canadian Banks
Winnipeg,  Nov.   1—In  discussing the
case in which     John K. McLeod and
in ,,|. Gordon Nagle with embezzlement and
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.
Phi), C No. 87
^^^^^ W ALLACK
ARCHITECT.
Box. 282,  Revelstoke.
Plans and     Specifications prepared
lor     all   classes     oi buildings, Etc.
Draughting and Blue Printing.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given thut, on tba
In st day of Becemuer next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police ior
renewal of tbe hotel liceuse to sell
liquor by retail iu the hotel known
as thu Ht. Leon hotel, situate at St.
Leon, in the Province oi British
Columbia.
Hated this 28th day of Sej.te.iiUr,
l'Jll. Ulhis.
HKRBBKT   COUSINS, Applicant
DAN MclNTOSH
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that on tbe
Inst -day uf lteieiniiei* next, applica
liuu will he made to the Superintendent of provincial Police lor
renewal ol tbe hotel license to sell
Uquor by retail in thc hotel known
us tbe Union hotel, situute at Arrowhead, in the Province of British Columbia.
Hated this 9th day of October, 1911.
W.J.  LIUHTBUHNK,   Applicant.
•DIRECT nm FACTOIYto KITCHEN^
bill.
Save over $251
WHEN BUYING VOUR
RANGE
THIS FALL.
$41*?
xo
$49??
amp WE PAYthe FREIGHT
\V   C.  BATCHELC
-J
Do You Wanl Windows, Doors, and Finishing
You Can Buy "DOMINION PRIDE" RANGE Al Factory Price
lm, -i Irom The lat-jt'si Malleable Range Works In Canada
Bt .''.' it tin   sme lime «t ths most Miisftclory kitchen rings made, writs
i" ■*:; HON P1UUK," at from I41 to J49.
* •  range ill lh« n-unl Way, through a dealer, ymi wnuMhave lo pay
(wo cxtni |irn(ii«   lo wholesaler and retailer—which would sda
/      to lv 10 the cosl of ynur ratine, hut absolutely nothing to
Itn ■.'.-lllie,
li   :...  tliitt  i.tlirr   raogei  in   iti   rliif,   lilt
NOTICK
,    IWO rxtlll   profi
•*  t,. ,1
lii'i.!"
I •  ',
M*h, •** t.-'ii-* CsUnctsoT all
lar Ji
icwhere
We    will
It will |»t '        ! * wn ■■    j,
WC  CAN   SAVE  YOU   MO!   t  .'.    \
■1. ■ ■ * prompt I
11  on  iiiui'iiui*  you
111.1111.' .. lun *     '»>,   ill  ,1       ni* ■nl'litu        .lorin
. utiles,  turnings   ftore snd
church seati snd pulpits, door snd   window  Iramca,
fmiKliiii^ 1 ■' ill '• indi. etc.   V
.iii.l !•: '*    ' iini *
VVt
ii* largs ili.iU-rs in sheet,  fain *
\V rite for  I'm .k
S. C. SMITH LUMBER CO.. Vernon, B. 0.
"Ihr   ETOlollOfl ol    \
\hr Took SlMveH
Til '.  ■
bi Irom
-
C « r*   '••
■
it     II |lM "   * I
a (   "Domini' n
I-i i    <■ ''    Hnny.'i
■'.    -
■  |upi new
i     n"i
Mi |oy rrn.liHK Ihll
I, ,.,.
■■ I'lllii: || m«cll Himl iMUfiirtory. It il nia.tr of louih,
■tram, ii.-l!- »IJr iron nn.l Ihr boil hlur ptillilird •!••! liliilffiaN wlilili will
ni.l w»t|i, i rut It or brink.
lollihfd iltel dofl n'>i timi l.la< Vinft'  litnply rub It ovrr witli ■
Ilh IU rold rnllrd %\t\ 1 jilnlr (i»rii    Kfctlotlll Iron firr I'oi HllBfi
with   sir   Chfttllberi    llltl   dotlM«"Willed  BtlCI   llnr<l   wiih   ahbrilot- lhe
DOMINION PRIDK" llth* *mo*l economlcil mticf ymi run Imy-   Aciiml
Kill  lnvf   prwrr.)   lhat   ll   a*v«i« o»«r  "S0\  of fual, buriiiDK rltlirr wood
or  CO*I
WE FAY TllK FREIGHT
A "DOMINION IIM IU'. ' Kftiigr, wttll hlfh dOMl »iirlf and rlrvgtr.I
innW "r fln«h rr^rrvolr, with sine ineel lo nn midrr rnngc( I irctioni
t'tii*- poilahM ulrf I pipe nnd twotlbowt. will \>t dtllvtred t" nny lint Inn In
On lit to, Utirbrc or tW Marlilm-f   I'rnviinrn for f 4 r. or t"  any «Ullun In
(irilitil'i, Otirl)rr or tli# Mirlllnu   .,.. _.
v■   1     1      1        1 1 ""* '""r Wc«|rrn I'r-.viiH tt fat tit    ('■ tn Itf a*-iil wllll ordrrund lialnnrc lo
^^^^^^^^^^^ wrnr mr if" 1 npy      1        y ] b(1 wjje() ))t(i Ktn|(6 |td*llf*rfd ill > nil -mlinn.    If not con»»ni«nt to
fc*ar « n * * m n Jt*mA * nnnnm n it ftiMmumi        P«f each wa will arranga lo accapl your note.
Canada Malleable & Steel Range Mfg. Co., Limited, Oshawa, Ont.
Wh.n wrilini it  will hi • difllnrt lavor In .1. 11 rati witl mrnti.n thii |tap#r. 7
l.i'.i-li.lohc   Lilllli   llli.tlict.
I'iblllCL   ol    West    Kii'ilMilliy.
'.imi uotice noil .iuu,,.*, A.  Shields,
Ul    lll-lCl.ilOKC,    1,1 lllKll    I  iiilllll.ila,       oc-
11 i.a 1 imi, 1'acker, inteuus to -apply
ioi in 1 iiiii.tuoii to purctiuse ttie follow
oit;  .in.ci iiuii lauds:
* 111111111*111 in,; at a post plunted at
Hit: **. .uni We»t 1 10 in-i of l.oi 'in..,
i.ioiip I, West Kootenay lin.tuci, li,
ii., aud marked "Juums A. Mblclds'
bouth Kast ('01 nti l'ost," thciicc
»cut about twenty cbains more or
less to the south-east coruer of Lot
Klin, 1 lt-.ni]> 1, thence ninth 40 chains
tiiuuce eust 2U cbuins more or less to
tno north-west corner ol Lot 'ill'i,
1 nenne south IU chains to point ol
commencement, and containing UD
acres wore or less.
Dated  August 29th, 1911.
JAMBS  A.  .-illll-.l.n.s.
Andrew  Kltson,  Agent.
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
Notioe is hereby given thut, on tlio
lirst day of December next, upphca-
t.on will be made to the Superintendent ol I'rovincinl i'olico Ior
renewal ul the hutel license to sell
1 .imn by retuil ln the hutel known
un the Ulucier House, situai at Ola-
cier, ln the Province ul British Oolumbia.
Dated this 28th day ol September,
IUI. WHls.
i an.i.li,ut   l'uclllc   Uailway   Company,
AppUcuut. .
f
I
I
BH SATURDAY,  NOV. 4th,  1911.
THE! nyC^.IL-HEH-A.LID,  HEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOV. Ith, 1911.
Mail or Telephone your
orders. Have our Traveller
call. Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
J3C Dry Goods Department J?<£
Fen-Angle Cashmere Hose
Kor ladies—in black, absolutely
seamless, pure wool, and full size
knit. You have our word for it that
they are the best hose to be had for
the money. 50C
Friday Bargains
in Hie Dry Goods Department
500 yards
Cream, White and Ecru Nets
Pourit dee Esprit, etc., 75c goods, for
25c per yard
100 yds Paisley Silks, etc.
75c goods.   Friday at
25c per yard
100 yards Shepherd Checks
and other Dress Goods at
25c per yard
White Bear Coats for Baby
The cutest little coit we have yet shown
Bome are plain and others fancy trimmed,
all the way from
$1.50 to $4,50
New Cordelene Hand Bags
Lovely goods, in Suede leathers, colors,
tans, browns, greens, etc., with nice long
cord and tassel to throw over the shoulder
$3.50 Each
Fall  and  Winter   Coats
If you have not yet bought your Fall or
Winter Coat or Suit, better hurry up and
get one. We have a good selection of
suits in Tweeds and Plain C oths, also
coats in Tweeds, Pony Cloths, etc., at
reasonable prices.
New Lot of Ladies'Umbrellas
Some of the nicest ideas in f;tn«-y handles
we have ever shown. Some have long,
plain, dark handles, that we have had so
many ladies make enquiries about.
300 Wkite Lawn Waists
regular $1.00 to $1.50, at
Friday" Bargain 50c
Nice, Warm Wool Underwear
The Varnetta brand for ladies; jjwar-
ranted not to shrink, fashioned Knit to fit;
in white or natural, lovely goods, at per
garment
$1.25
White Flannelette Nightgowns
In colors and white, any size, up to the
large sizes. This is an exceptionally nice
lot of gowns; some with French neck and
short sleeves, from
$1.00 to $5.O0
House Furnishing Dept
Carpet Squares
We have just taken in stock a
lot of the famous Bchuman 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 archwayB and over
draperies.
TapeBtry 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 Blinds and Fixtures
Eiderdown and Lambs
Wool Comforters
These are by far the choicest
goods on the market at the price.
Choice Eiderdown Comforters,
covered with best English Sateen,
quilted and ventilated, choice bordered effects.;
Same cover with pure white carded Lambs Wool, light and warm.
Yon will do well to examine these
goods.
Wall Papers
Now is the time to buy wall paper.
You can brighten up a dingy room
for the winter at very little cost.
All our papers are this season's
goods, and can be relied upon for
quality and good taste.
Complete Range of Linoleums
and Floor Oilaloths
The Perfect
o
vercoa
t
Ladies'
Dress Slippers
HERE'S a 20th Century Brand
Coat we would like to show
you. Double-breasted with convertible collar, bench-tailored in the
new check-back cloths and attractive imported overcoatings. We are
exclusive agents for 20th Century
Brand garments.
Prices, $25 to $30
The new ones have just arrived, bright,
snappy, lasts with the short vamps, that
give comfort as well as style; they fit the
foot. They are the product of J. &. T.
Bell, which means the best of materials
combined with expert workmanship. Notice is particularly attracted to our pump
lasts which cling to the foot with absolutely no slipping at the heel.
Black Patent Leather Pumps   Medium
French  heel,   short vamp,  small bow-
Price, $4.00
BLACK PATENT LEATHER PUMP-
Cuban   heel, ankle strap,  flat silk bow,
short vamp, the dressiest of them all-
Price, $4.00
BLACK KID SLIPPERS-Four straps,
steel cut beads, Cuban heel, short vamp-
Price $4.50
BLACK   KID   PUMPS-Ankle  strap,
and heel, small bow, fits like a glove-
Price, $3.50
MATT KID PUMP-dull finish kid,
Cuban heel, beaded toe, easy and comfortable.
Price, $4.00
BLACK SATIN PUMP-Made on the
new perfect pump last, Cuban heel, satin
covered, short vamp, gold beading on toe.
The new evening slipper.
Price, $5.00
1% High Class Groceries iX
T
eas
It pays to push an article. It pays
to push it lo some purpose. We arc
pushing Sunbeam Tea in bulk at
40c. and 50c. per pound. Wc waste
no energy whatever in advocating
the quality of the tea because people
who have bought it once will buy it
again. The intrinsic merit this tea
backs up the highest praise you can
give it.
Coffi
ee
We are always gaining golden
opinions from our customers when
wc send them a package of our famous fresh ground Mocha and Java
Coffee. The quality of this high
grade Coffee is endorsed by thousands of delighted users. Try a
pound if you have not used it before.
Fruits
We are still receiving a few shipments of fruits for preserving and
can fill your orders for prunes, pears
peaches, quinces and grapes. The
season will soon bc over and if you
have not put up any fruit 1)0 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 dry 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
Cfidfish that wc 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. Saturday, sov. 4th, i<m.
T^Tffi ^^tA.ir.-HEJ^^.r.D,  REVELSTOKE
■SATURDAY. NOV.   Ith, 1911.
"       ""      " ■■^■.^'.^^■•l«^WW»^'I^I^B^I*«^»«^«aB^I»«M**<^^*«WNB«»«l**l*»^
Smart Fall Millinery
Special shipment by lixpress this morning including
XF.W PATTERN HATS the latest models from the
East.    Our Millinery Department is always up-to-date.
New Fall Coats
We are showing the greatest
variety oi Coats ever brought
together al any one season by
us before.
Prices—$14.   $18.   $22.50   and   $25   Each
New Fall Suits
For Ladies, in Tweeds. We
are showing lhe production ol
three different Factories. You
may depend upon lhc newest
styles.
$20.00 to $25.00 Each
The coming of ag**' party at the
Belle Vue Ranch, was one huge   sue-1
, cess. About 60' people were present.
rafting from Kire Valloy to points
away up the river. Miss Daisy .Mus-j
clt'y was easily the most self possess
ed young lady present and accapted
the  birthday  presents banded  to her
| with a neat and concise speech. Sonic
1 of the presents were both useful nnil
or an mental and thc boys ot Burton
■are to be congratulated on their
tasty choice. Mr. and Mrs. VV. S.
Mo-jeley dispensed refreshments at
12 p.m. t.o a very happy crowd.
Messrs. Hall, Richardson nnd Reid
provided good music tor the dancers.
Mrs. Hall and Mrs. 0. Sungstrom
gave renditions of good old songs at
intervals. Recitations were also given at intervals until 3:30 a.m., when
every one went away, alter thanking
l*bh*e host and hostess fur a most enjoyable evening.
Mr. Huburt In now taking a wo,l
earned rest., having safely and profitably disposed of bis fruit crop.
Miss June of Edmonton, is visiting
her brother Mr. fl. L. June, ol tbe
Annex grocery.
REID & YOUNG
BORN
BARRAI LOUGH-AI Kevelstoke, B.
,■ . 0n Novembei 1st, I'.'l l, to Mr.
ind .Mis. E. Barraclough, a son.
M LEAN-STITT-At Calgary, Mon
1911, by the Rev. Mr.
*, Hocks, Dr. E.H.S. McLean
of Hevelstoke. B.C., to Ralph.a
Weir Stitt. daughter of J.H. Stitt,
,1 Spenoerville, Ontario and nelco
ol  Ralph  W.-ir.  Esq.,  Ellerslie, Alta
CHALLENGE   BRAND    EGGS
We have just received uur winter stock of this
celebrated brand. Let us quote you a price by the
case.   Every egg guaranteed.
AYRSHIRE    ROSE   BUTTER
Nunc better: not any as good. If you
take your winter requirements we will
give you a price that will satisfy-
A. HOBSON,
MACKENZIE   AVENUE
THE CITY IN BRIEF
i
Moving  pit'  '■■
nt ttie  Edison  to
night.
it  foi   the date "I the  Ama-
. .He show.
Mr.   E.   Morgan     ia    on a snooting
trip to tbe Windermeri district.
The Orangemen will parade to   tbe
dist church tomorrow night,
It   will  pay you t.i look n'    How
son's  * *-'i   prices   n  furniture,  carp-
.,:,: linoleums,
Mr*-. VS", 8 Cameron will not re
ceive a Wednesday, Sov, Bth, noi
again rtbei   nol i e
flve roomed    hi
rrnt  ,.t once on Fourth street.—II.N
•-:er.
A meeting ol tin* curlers will     l*
Look At This
Wc have ninety cords of good, clean, dry cedar in 14 and
16   inch lengths.   We also have  cedar,    fir and  hemlock
mixed.    Get your orders in early  for  immediate  delivery.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES LIMITED
It is reported in the city tins morn-     New program of moving pictures at
ng  that  a  lire  in Golden  last  nitrlu   the  Bdison theatre  tonight.
l, sn..ye.i tbe  Kootenay hotel,  lbick-
i.tin's   drug   store  jtlul  B   private  ri'Si-
A comfortable two storey house for
lie mi Fourth street,   H.N. Coursler
lent
il.I*
Messrs. Foote and Pradollnl havo
the contract for the addition to the
Imperial Hank building. The new
addition when completed will be oc
cupied by Mr. G. 8, MeCarter ns a
city  hail  ..:■ Tuesday   law office.
Mis.   11.   II.nvsi.n  is visiting  Mis. G.
i> n i pp ..f Kamloops,
\  handy, comfortable and    duruhie
cutter  fol   ■ ub      Box  .'• • .  city
Hear   I'.i".     E    .1.   Chave   il   tht
M.  C.  A.  tomorrow afternoon.
Y
evening next at 8 o'clock.
y. --  Emma Mclntyre ol Enderby
spent Thanksgiving with  friends     iu
•.    retun    .- -. me on Tuesday.
-,; .    Govet     ivht     ..*.-   ''fen  absent
tj     ii some time returned
i .  .in. Third Btreet, on Tuesday
who hai
■isiting I here for the  past tew
turned  to  Vancouver  Mon
■'■
See   Howso-n'
A  Young ladies Bible class is ti
organized  on   Sun.lay  afternoon      al   pi heal   lurnitun
■ . •  .?■   connection  with   the   Method
st     Bundaj   sciii ."I  "ti  lines * *
;.. the .1 .B.C.   All y tg  ladtt -     m
,*t, i with  the congregatlt n are   n
.it. .1 to come.
.       *
I'm*. Is ol the Big K* I
-   Imi i    Vrm duiii
■:..   Keek.
Bool lal vat
How
■
Tbe  Sundaj   sc
church  have   deflded   to   hold      their
,unuai  Christmas entertainment    on
the  19th ol   Decembei     Phi -
tl. *    cantata      "Motbei   :'"'   '
■ ■■    .■
rating
i    n.*w-     will   receive  Goose's  Visit  to Sunt..  Cla
■ the   Tt.h  inst.   from  3, WjU  commence   practi ing  nexl   * ■
I thereafter    on    ti. ■
b  month. * -t'1'"'1  •» '""' '■'
Hamilton    has  confirmed  his    Btate      H
■    ■■ and hei  talentel   mi,nt „1Jt *.,,. ,vlU ,„,,
ek's engagemen    .,„.  ,*..„ ,,,.,.., r ,lr>   thia    rear      H -
■ mmencinj   name is being used in connect
* '■' ■      the mayoralty (or tl bi ■
Mttii.nt Ms content,
The i irangemi a ol the    ty Ftev   E   i.
at bome" to bhelr friends
Snv.    'itli      In- It
■ ,t    .11   the   I'*'HI' ■•     ■  '
,yi    h      reported Mr   n H
-Mr     : \ ancouver, li llki
rat
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■f-ned •-.. ■*''■
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to the eon
p in charge i/f th? | HI th
. *,ii
oard have
.*    then     IcbOOl
-| b     .'•.'■ *rnm  ttt
,* ni ittei
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ihe
tbe
BURTON CIT1 NQTFS
II   K
ii • ..
Tha  church
—   i*;   i.
r>ctib.'*c:«wi.:3«*E w...mMmcmixmjmtmMBaca.-aj.
jn:ws-  i > \l it; stout
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FLOWER   BULBS   Direi
frnm HOLLAND
rd No  I   I'n
• .,, n ii*. i its :
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:, rties   l ' r d' .
! .r '* ' " ■"'  ""
ml i    ■ !l"
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Kmpress Sal i
It,*.'*...., "    ■      ''
-, m umlrops, ett *
Mliuui Candidum -' '"■" «**
ATI choice first quality Bulbl
suttst/le fm Indoor •" 'tut 'I" '
I   PreaJi  H'AI'A   8.  - WORE
CHOCOLATE8
NEW   BOOKS
'    I.l..       ! *
Mario I
Miiltlioritf
•,.,,   |i.." i M ■ uli In tin     I
"Mi    '  : ' *<en«,'
■   [JoukIhd Wi;'.'t li      I 2'i
NewTHEkMOS BOTTLE8
Pint .     i.li        i [Harm, si So
laiui h Kit, *i id
129 COUGH CURE, SOc
REXAI.L REMEDIE8 for all ail
tiirnis   fully guaranteed
ommem e I
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Tin*   K 11 ■
n -  on  I'M*   '-'
I        i Ci tie
Ing tl i  . ' iin*   •
Mi    \   \   Burton will i
ton al  ! m" Wei null nn   W ill.'i ,  •
I, |  proxy.
Til"     M,     I,      ll        i.*.MM,|y    i,,,*.,,    i,|i .,*,,■
'"1   i  ' mm     pi*m'i .tn fm* the   coming
winter,
A few nf the llm tt,rt.Ml i it nrtt en
I'ai't'il 'tt n bit; t iitistnti don -tchetlM,
,   grammatical      nne,    mnl   at*     ,
the    Mall Moral i    aa n lirsl prlmnr,
Good luck to 'ctn.
FIELD NOTES
Rev, Mr. Hartley and family are
under quarantine on account, ol scarlet fever, their second eldest son being ill with tbc disease contracted on
the trip from Ohicago. lie is doing
nicely, however, and we hope that
tbe rest will escape and that Mr.
Hartley will soon be amongst us
again.
Mr. Mitchell of Golden, conducted
services In Ht. Stephen's church on
Sunday last.
I jit He F/tlith Raymer was taken to
Golden hospital on Monday, aiid was
successfully operate.1 on for appendicitis. Latest reports are that she is
doing nicely. Mrs. Raymer is with
her. Vie hope for her ;l speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Hunter have re-
tu(netl from a trip to Arden and
Winnipeg.
Mrs. S. B. Lebow, who bas heen
visiting her sister Mrs. Swedtager in
town for tlie last two weeks, left last)
Tuesday for her home in t'laresholm,
Alberta.
Preparations are on foot for our
annual Sunday school Ohrlstmas tree
and concert, which will take place on
the evening of December 2'2uil.
Mayor for 1012, I take this opportunity of thanking my friends for
iheir support and confidence and announcing myself as n Candidate; and
if elected will promise to do my utmost for the welfare of the city.
W.  II.  SUTHERLAND.
NOTICE OF  SALE    UNDER
MORTGAGE.
Notice is hereby given thut under
and pursuant to the powers of sale
contained in a certain Mortgage dated 22nd March, 1902, made by Charles Turnross to Lucy Law and by her
assigned to Patrick Burns hy Indenture dated 20th Maroh, 1905, tbere is
ollered for sale by tender Lot 1147' in
Group One, Kootenay District, save
and except 10 acres thereof oompWs-
e.l in Oertiflcate of Title No. U056A,
the lands ollered tor sale containing
about 150 acres and being situate
n ar Trout Lake City in tbc District
of   West   Kootenuy.
Ti tillers addressed to the under-
slgnod Solicitors for the Mortgagee.
Patrick Burns, will i>e received up to
and Including the 25th day of November,  1911,
Terms of sale  rush.
Dated this *rd day of November,
I'll, at Revelstoke, B.O.
Harvey,   MeCarter antl  Pinkham.
Solicitors  for   Patrick   Burns,
Mortgagee.
r
IN THE CHURCHES
METHODIST CHURCH.
Rev. R, J. Mclntyre, pastor. Services 11 a.m. Boys and girls are especially invited with parents, when
an address will be given by Mr. P.
i..n..r,l of the Y.M.C.A. 2:30 p.m.,
Sunday school. A young ladies Bible
class  will  be organized, all      young
la,ties   are   invited       to   tlle   org.iui/.a-
on  meeting.   7:30  p.m.,  the    mem-
I.mis  iif  I..n.l..   ii.'.s  will   march in a
to bhe church.   Rev. W. C. Oal-
! *i   will  be the preacher.   There will
"   ipecial     music  at  both  services.
■lay  at   •   p.m.,   Kpworth  Lea-
meeting  in charge  of  the Christum   Kn.leav,:    *.. imh t mi-tit.   Thursday
at   '  p.m .  .1 .:....*   cbiur  practice. Friday at 8 p.m., senior choir practice.
,.*..,!.-.  tie*  public
tbe
PRfcSBYTERIAN CHURCH.
!-•       .i *•:-.., ii,     minister.
■   11  a.m.   and  7:*in p.
The  Founda -
Evening subject,
ind   . eb..i,I     will
The regular meet'
Guild    mi
.    il   -   I'clock, The
'■rung
JUST A LITTLE
Different,ra little more stylish, a little more up-to-
date, a little newer materials, as well as some other
little details, marks the difference between the
coats we sell and the ones from other factories. We
have just, opened another lot of those stylish reversible tweeds which are the proper thins in coats this
season. These include a number of pretty coats for
misses or small women, warm, light and comfortable, nnd you will find them the very newest on the
market.
DRESSY BLOUSES
As shown in our centre window, are certainly the
prettiest lot ever brought to the city. The kimona
sleeve, in a dozen different, styles, and in exclusive
patterns, Vou will find the best values, combined
with the newest materials in our showing.
1
oMcLennan C& Co.
6
News About Moose Jaw
THE HUB OF SASKATCHEWAN
We have just received word that half a block in the centre of
Windsor Park, our Subdivision in Moose ,Iaw, has been reserved by the
Government for a school site. This not only increases the value of our
property, but also demonstrates that it is situated in the centre of the
growing residential district. Windsor Park is only one mile from Main
Street and LB minutes walk from Post Office and only two blocks from
the street car line. We can safely say this property will double in value
in a short time as Moose Jaw is rapidly forging to a front place among
the larger cities of the west. Here are a few facts. Ask for our booklet of Moose -law published by the Board of Trade.
llll GO Se JaW has over 17 large factories.
MoOSe JaW has over 25 Wholesale Houses.
MoOSe JaW has ll lines of railway either running or being built.
M00Se JaW has 17,000 population.   In 190C only 6,250.
MoOSe JaW has an assessment of over *27,000,000.
MOOSe JaW is a profitable place to invest your money.
.•   lollowing
■
'IIK.
. ,1
. gster;
The
an
The   1..
rd"
.    M i    R
Lawrence
to
.
WINDSOR PARK
The Best Buy in Moose Jaw To-day
$100 to $200 a Lot
Terms:—One Quarter or One-Fifth  Down; Balance over 18 Months
*.
J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
E. G. Foley, Manager
Mackenzie Avenue
EUkifll
A Liflhl D p rtmi
, *
■, • i
t rates to 8u1 de
• P
.  :  ,  t  -■
guar inteed monthly I'.r a  pei i <l
ol fivi
(iy Order,
BRUCE LAWSON,
Nov. I 81 City (Ii rk,
'■ from one of the plays of Delia Pringle Co., Edison Theatre, next week
riiiir   Mann  The i'miim imn Hoi    >i tins oui small lUbdlvWoo. Onlj uut* for m„|is. etc., to   tbi riciwyn
ii... .it- if. i.i. int  i   i.iii  , M,*,v 'lini I'.'tiMii.   Railway Terminal   nnl B0 imn    Mt.   Prieei trom IIBM up, investment. Company Limited     :iu
1    ""•"" "' ,h" ""   '"'■"     "'  '""•■   '''"*""'•'    o" ** »"""'   '■" •n" "'  ■:i"; rwdi from UN wUr, „^^ .^ B VancouW|
',,  -inii' in* in ..iii ,,,*,    *in    Surveyors now completing. lhc Nook  Into these  immMlateij  il yuu
, ii in. u rnti'ihiiiM i"t the offlci   ol Ii.mIimmi priced loti there win be tho* want to maki big    motsy   quickly, B- c- *•'<

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