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Vol. 17-No. 8
REVELSTOKE R. 0. OCTOBER 28 19! I
$2.50 Per Year
n'ro-'S'-r
WHAT MAKES MORE HAPPINESS THAN SITTING
AROUND THE GLOWING COALS. ESPECIALLY IF THEY
BE BURNING IN A HANDSOME HEATING STOVE?
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 JACK FROST.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
CDIIL STRIKE ENDED
AFTER EIGHT MONTHS
Hon. R. Rogers Credited With
Bringing Operators and Men
Together at Lethbridge
Nelson, Oct. 36—Hon. Martin Burrell, Minister ol Agriculture, tn his
arrival here trom tlie coast tonight,
made the definite announcement thai
lire coal strike wns nt un end. He
had received a telegram from the Hon
Robert Rogers, Minister ol thc Interior, in bhe lollowing words: "Have
succeeded in reaching complete settle
ment, which was agreed to and sigri-
•■il by both parties."
LATER.
Lethbridge, Oct. 27—The strike of
the coal miners in Hasten] Uritish
Columbia and Alberta, which has
Ireen In progress Ior nearly eight
months, is at nn end, nnd in th:;
course of u few dnys every one of th!
twenty-live mines in the district will
he in operation again with 7500 men
at work.
The end of the Btrike was brought
about through the eflorts ui Hon.
Robert Rogers, minister of the inter
ior, who came to Lethbridge to meet
both parties of the long-standing dis
pute and ascertain if something could
not be done towards affecting a settlement.
During Wednesday he had ■*•*, numlier
of conferences with representatives of
the operators and the men nnd belorj
the dny was over it wns considered
that an agreement satisfactory to
both  sides  was  possible.
The conference was resumed at X
o'clock Thursday  morning and  at
church Mrs. MeVity played Lohengrin's wedding march, and ns the
party left the church Mendelshon's
wedding march was played.
The bride's going away gown was
of navy blue broadcloth and her hat
was a large black hat with a willow
plume.
While the partv were driving to the
(i.P.R. depot their carriage was
heldtip, the horses unhitched and a
number of the young gentlemen
friends of the young couple drew
them to the depot, where they took
the west hound train for Vancouver
and from there to California. On their
return tbey will take up their rcsi -
deuce at Windermere, 13.  fi.
Mr. and Mrs. Grubbe were the recipients of a great number of handsome  presents.
GOAD ROftflS 1
WESTERN CANADA
cr
Presentation to Father McNeil
The members of the Catholic church
met last Thursday evening in lhe
club rooms to do honor to Rev. Father McNeil, who Is leaving Uevelstoke to enter the Sacred Heart Pariah at Vancouver, pining the evening an address was read to tbe
l''ath't- by Miss Vera Hell and the
i.resentutioti of a handsome fitted
cluh tray was made hy Master Fred
Eraser i n behalf of the members of
the cluh.
Many expressions of regret at the
departure of bhe Rev. Father wore
made by those present, and all Join-
id in wishing him every success iu
his new field of work. Refreshments
were served by the ladies during the
ovening.
THE ALIEN PLAYERS FAREWELL
Imperial Bank of Canada °
Head Otflo-o— Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      • $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed - 6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up                     -      5 944,278.00 n
Reserve        ....       5,944,27800 5
Branches nr Agents at all principal points in Canada, O
Agents in Oreat Britain  and I nited States—London, England, (J)
Lloyds Bauk, Limited.    Chicago— First National Bank,  Corn Ex- JT
change National Bank,   Seattle—S -tattle N vtional Bank,  Sun Priwi- Q
Cisco -Welle Fargo Nevada National Bank.    Hpokane—Exchange Q
National Bank. Y
Savings Bank Dnon^ment ?
Deposits of $1 and upward,  receive, aud   interest allowed at Y
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited. V
|     Revelstoke Branch— k. 8. MoCleneghan, Mgr. X
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J To-Night After Providing Two
o'clock  in thc  afternoon,    nfter    tha , - ...
minster  of the interior, had held   up W6BKS   Ol iXEfillBUt   Pl8](S
wards  of a down  meetings  with  each
side, it was announced t'-at terms ac- Tonight the ever popular Allen
ceptable to all had been drawn up and Players will bid farewell to llevcl-
siened. stoke.   With the closing of     tonights
The agreement which was s!gnel performance this talented company
yesterday is to continue in force for will have given Revelstoke theatre
three and a bait years, expiring on Patrons th? best stock productions
March 81, 1915. The eflect of the they have ever had. Each and every
strike  on  the city  of  Lethbridge has   play has been Bumptiously    mounted,
been serious. "" "'"' *"   **** 'i"h,:™'
In  the  mines hereabouts, the
put  of   which  is  shipped  from
place,  lifty cars a day or more
produced,  nnd several  hundred
were employed.  Since the min;s were
closed  business bas fallen  off,  and it
was stated today that  until the min
es  were again  in  operation  the   loan
companies have absolutely declined  to   has special
loan  money in cases where it    would
otherwise  have  heen  advanced  with -
out  any  delay.   Merchants suffered al
Will be Discussed at a Representative Convention to be
Held at New Westminster
An important movement towards
the Improvement of existing roads in
Western Canada will be taken on November :i and 1, when meetings of all I
interested in this movement will be
held In New Westminster, 11. 0. The1
meetings arc culled by Mayor .lohn
A. Lee, nnd will Ire attended by a
large number of tho members of thc
Westminster Automobile club, tho
Vancouver Auto club*, the Victoria
Auto cluh, tbc Seattle Automobile
club and other automobile associations.
The     I'acilic    Highway  Association
will be represented at the     meetings
by  a    strong     delegation,    including
prominent   San  Francisco,     Portland,
Tacoma,  Seattle,      Hellingham     and
Spokane men.   These men will    come
prepared to urge the extension of the
Pacilic  Highway  which now stretches
from  Vancouver,  H.C, to Tia Jliaiia,
Mexico, „ distance of 2(1(1!) miles. The
scheme favored  by  tbe Highway   enthusiasts is the building of the Pacilic  Highway through  Uritish  I'olum -
Ida,  via  Hazelton,  and     on to     the
Yukon.
The     extension   of  the      Canadian
, Highway with  the  object of cventu -
1 ally  making  it a good road  from  the
I Atlantic to .lhe I'acilic will also com-
'. maud  much  of thc  attention  of    the
j meetings.   Resolutions     asking      the
Federal government to assist In  this
-cheme will  he  introduced during  the
lonvention.
Other matters to he discussed include thc placing of sijns and guide
posts along all travelled roads, the
.* t'.nndardizing of legislation regard -
ing the speed of automobiles and the
rule of the road," and the planning
HEATING STOVES^
We bave a large stock of Relle
(ink. Sunbeam Oak. Hot Mast
Airtight and other heaters,
with specially heavy grates
and linings, at prices to suit
all. Our shipment of Kootenay and Sask-Alta Ranges is
also due and we will be able to
fill all orders.
Hay, flour and Feed
Jusi unloaded a car of Koval
Household Flour, one of Oats,
Wheat and Mill Peed and ont
oi Timothy Hay.
Choice Groceries
fruits and Vegetables
BOURNE BROS.
tS
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
TII ANKSGIVING    NEW S
15c.
65c.
of n     cgmpnUin in    favor of   better
roads.
out-
this
were
men
-he costumes elaborate, the lighting
effects perfect in fact the detail for
each play was as carefully looked after as if it were one product ion. Mr.
Allen takes groat pride in his compnny, he carries ;l working crew of
seven people, two property men, two
carpenters, two scenic artists and an
electrician, consequently each play
^^^^^^ attention. During tha
company's lirst appearance in this
city they produced twenty-one plays
having     remained here three    weeks.
PROVINCES PRODUCING SHINGLES
Cranberries, a few to offer at per lb	
Maple Syrup, Eastern Townships <it. sealer
Japan Rice, going up, some to oiler at    8c
Eastern Molasst a Cakes, made from  best ingred
ients, per lb.   	
Pickling Onions just in to-day, per lb.    	
and a full line of new nuts, candies,
biscuits to choose from at
15c.
5c.
JOHN McINTYRE *i SON      Piioxk 93
Shippers and Packers for the Hills
our  nny   uemy.    ..ui........ ■  au,.,
so. The miners are quite pleased with   Since  then they have  produced twen
— ■'t"-  '"  "ll  f-ncfv-live nlavi
the result of the visit of the minister. The agreement will lie submitted
to Various unions, and there is no
question but that a vote of th3 mei
will sustain the actions of their representatives.
The  men  hnve stuck  together     ns
well as nny body of men ever     did
ty-four, making in all forty-tive plays
The bills produced have all been tirst
class in every respect and Revelstoke
liidiences come to know that whenever the Aliens appear here thnt
they are goin*; to get th« best the
market affords. Tha company this
season  is  by  far  the  best Mr.  Allen
JUST  ARRIVED!
Bear Skin Coats for Children
(Brown and White)
Bonnets to  Match
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
nndthe union looked nfter them     all  has piven us both in si^e and talent,
the   time.     They can now return to The Royal Hungarian Quartette iB nn
work    knowing   that they fought
good  fight.
added feature and to music lovers it
is worth the price of admission alone
Miss Felton is still the bright little star and there is no doubt but
what we will hear big things of her
some dny.
Thc engagement comes to n close
this evening with one of the funniest
(omedics ever written, "Our New
ilirl" and there will no doubt be a
bumper house.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
P. BURNS C& CO., LIMITED
OYSTERS SPRING CHICKENS
IMPERATOR AND SHAMROCK HAMS
AND   BACON
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
f
Robin Hood Flour Beats Them All
Mrs. II. N. Coursier carries olf two lirst prizes
with ROBIN MOOD FLOUR.   The special prise
we offered and also for the lu-st  loaf from any
Hour.   If you wanl good bread use Robin Hood
^ the flour of quality.
G. W. BELL
P. O Bon 208    QROOER & OAKER    Phono No. 23
WEDDING BELLS
Fashionable Ceremony Solemnized
at St. Peter's church
Bt. l'eter's church was prettily dec
orated for the occasion ot thc mar -
tinge of Miss Eleanor l'agct, second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. 13. Paget, to Mr. William Itoaf llrubb-e, man
uger of the Imperial Hunk of O'nada
at Windermere, ll. v., sou of Mr. W.
0. Grubbe, Breyburne, Toronto. The
very Reverend Dean Paget, Dean of
tbe rro Cathederal, Oaigary, and
uncle ol the bride, perlormed the cere
mony, assisted by tbe Rector,    Rev.
Ci A, I'ruciiiucr. Tli>' bride was tciv
.ti aw"> by ber lather, und wore a
white liberty satin gown, with panel
ol gold embroidered Del and gold
[tinge, made prtneen fashion. The
,,*ii .las drawn In sott folds with a
small wreath ut orange bloMomi. The
I,nde carried a bouquet ol cream
roses. The bridesmaid* were the
Mieaei Francei and Mary Paget, sis
tart ot the bride.   Theil   gowni were   ""."& ~..    .,,_, ..   .
,  ., .,      ... , . ,     , i,   injoy  it at the "i .    Hriiig your diemls
of  blue  silk   with over  skirt of    gold       '  »
--        ...     ..l.lll,,*,      I.II   ,   1.1   l   ri   :-
embroidered   chiilon   and   gold   fringe
;    Sunday  afternoon  at 3:45  tho  llev.
It.   McC'iilloUgh.   11.   A.,   will   address
the   Men's   Meeting.    Soloist,   Mr.   T.
Pagden.   A cordial welcome li exten
mm.I  to all men.
i   Sunday morning ai W ofdoflk   the
Hoys' Bible study claee. Teacher Mr.
i'. k. Qiflord.
a i>ig day it- expected at the Y.M.
on Monday.   The bowling alleys will
be  in full  IWlng all  day.  In the utter
noon, commencing at 6:30 the L*d
ies' Auxiliary to the V will serve n
turkey eupper at the nominal inm "'
Ml  cents   for   adults,   and   IS  contetor
children.   Why trouble about I king
'liaiiksgiviiig   dinner  when  you run
Hn Important Industry in British'
Columbia
The iirobucl'ion of shingles Increases steadily In Oanada and iii a bulletin  to be published  by  the   forestry
llrnnchof  the Department ot  the    Interior     this is shown together    with
the relative importance ol the     provinces  for  VilD.   Compared   with  the
Canadian Imiiln*r cut, tbc entire shingle  industry  amounted  to less    than
the value of each of the live most important     species—spruce,  white  pine,
doiiglns tir,  hemlock and cedar, <lur -
ing  l'JIO.   Considered  separately,  the
shingle  production  assumes  considerable  importance  especially  in  Uritish
Columbiu.   This   province  is  far      iu
advance ot the eastern provinces us a
shingle producer  and  made  up      approximately      half  of   tbe    Canadian
l'JIO production ot nearly two billion
.-lungles     worth  over three    and     u
hull  million  dollars.   Over  one quarter of tbe shingles were manufactured
iu lluebec, where thc live hundred and
thirty nine   million pieces     reported,
were uu increase ot    sixty  per cent.
' over tbe  1'JO'J  amount.   Ontario    aad
New  Brunswick  produoed  nearly  eiju-
al amounts in l'JIO, one tenth of tbc
I'anadiun production  being from each
nl   these  provinces.   Ninety-eight  per
cent of the  total  production  wus    tn
the above (our    provinces,     although
shingles  are  made   tn every   province
ot the Dominion,   Nova Scotin, Saskatchewan,   1'iiiice BdWftTd Island, Al-
I.Mila  and  Manitoba together  produc
id  two per rent ol  the total.       The
average price of shingles  In l'JIO was
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Distributors for Swift's Products
Fresh Killed Turkeys
Milk Ted Chicken
Wild Duck
We have them in
all sizes
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
■  * <-« __      ft #_  . _      Y-4  . —
High Class Meat Purveyors
Phone 251
P. O. Box 181
>i -•   pei   th.mi..and,   llle   -.ili"     rung-,
Ing  Ironi   JUjI   fur  shingles  iu   Nova
sroiia to yi.2" iu Saskatchewan.
J\
trimnr.ngs. Miss Paget'! hat was
-white With facings of black velvet
and white ostrich plume, while Miss
Mary   wore  ,*,  pretty  white beaver.
Thc groom's prenent lo tbc bride
was u handeome necklace, and to the
bride malda     dainty enameled peod-
ants.  In the groomsman a pearl stick
pin  and  lo tin*  usher,   Mr.   .1.  II.  Sib
.il.l,  di , ''in: in ot the bride, a gold
slick   pill.   tO   Mis     MrYiti     *,\||o   pre -
• -.lei  ,it   tli gan.   an  inami'icd  pin,
Tho gri.oiiisiiian was Mr.  A.A.  Foster j 	
i the Imperial Hank ol Canada etafl     Keep   the   dote In mind,   Monday
ll   Balifl, Oot. BO, Hchecra Lodge Uuiiee In tbe
Ae the   bridal     party   entered tbc  Opera House.
Hike-boys leave as-oi'iation building
.,, 9:g(| .,'.„,. for a hike Kvery boy
should try and get out. Bring fOU»
dinner pail.
Bowling iietoiiei Mi Oorley Houm
vs.   Simps,  Corley   House, IKI; Shops
3197, Cain for Oorley Houee, '*n pins*
oct   M—Lawrence Hardware Oo. vs.
Y MCA., Law. Hard. I7H7; Y.M.C.
A.IK'.H. (lain for Y.M. -t MM pms*
oot. 27, Dlepatchen vs. Bhope, ins
patchen I960, shops 2188. 'lain of
IU pins for Hhopi.
Women's Missionary Society
nu   tbe   ulteiuoon   of   Tuesday     lh"
ladii'ii ol the  1'resbyterian chtircli lie
and iiigaiii/.eii ibe st. John'i     Wo
men's  Missionary   Society.   Its  object '
is   to   ortati   missionary   interest     in
the congregation and to promote tbe
work   of   nn* mum    both  at   lioine   nn.l
in the    foreign field,  The lollowing
oltirers     were elen-eil  lor  the ensuing
year
President,    Mrs. J. w. Bteveneon;
First Vice  1'ivsiilcnl,   Miss M.  Calder;
Second    Vice   President, Mrs. M. K.
McQUa ,   Secretary.   Miss   McKacli
len.  Tieiisuii'i ,   Mis.   Neimiei,  Orguu*
isi, Mr,.. Benjamin,
'l'o complete the orgnnliatlon     two
in,ne ■ecretariM will bt elected     to
have charge ol Uie loretco and hone
mission literature reepecttvely.    The
society will  meet on  the loiirt.h Tues
■ la> i.l euch month at  llnee o'clock iu
' the church purlori.
I
Tailored Suits and Overcoats
FOR  MEN
Hundreds of them here, by far the largest
Assortment we have ever offered in the
Citv. No matter what llie price you are
prepared to pay there is a Suit or Over*
coat here to meet it. They have thc stvle,
lit and Cloth.
McRAE MERCANTILE CO.. LIMITED
Men's  Furnishers
Admits His Guilt
Muiilen, Mali , urt 16—"George
Hi own. charged with the    abdnctioa
of and attempted criminal assault on
Mis. Krunk l'<itter«in. formerly Miss
illndys PrlOC, the Hiverdiile school
11 iclier, nnd  with the attempted mur
.Imi   of Willi.im   Adam-,  tin*  Snowtlake
hotel proprietor, pleaded guilty ui
imtii (bargee Itelora Mi   Juetiot Pren
I  i    ist  ut  the  Hitting ill  tlie    king's
In in ii here tins afternoon
Sentence Wai reserve.1. unfl IIiiivmi
WM taken buck to jatl and will up-
penr   tor   sentence   when   ralleil   upon.
C. P. I Gets Power
Toronto. Oct. 'ib—To overcome th*
.lillirnlt 1-pk of steaai traction ,n the
Rocky Mountains it is protmlilc that
tin* c.P.R. wiii .'Vu-atimiiy electrify
its mountain system. It Is thought
lhat such a scheme is intended ny tbe
road .is the company hon nerur.d water i liiitfs capable ot developing 100,-
|"MJ horsepower on tbe     Adams river
tu Hntnh Columbia.
New- ''nuts  for   small     women
t;ale at McLennan & I'o.'e,
nnd
Kn.e  laolimere  sweaters  for  child -
mi at  Mrljennan ft Co.'s.
Don't foreet the duace Oct. JOth, at
the     Opera    House  by  the Rebecca
, Lodge. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1911
THE ZMZ^IL-IIIEIR.A.rJD,  EEVKLSTOKE
BATURDAT, 0CT013RP. 28, 1911
f-
Fuel for Winter
^
Pittsburg Anthracite Coal $16 per ton
Wellington Soft Coal $11
WOOD -3 ricks to cord
16 inch mixed hard wood $7.50 a cord
4 foot Cedar - $6.25
Order your supply early to be sure
of Fuel for the Winter
^
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Lid.
BIG CONVENTION
Joint Committee ot Local School
Trustees Pinn Annual Gathering tor Provincial Association
The preliminary preparations for
the entertainment of the hundred or
more delegates who will be here to
attend the eighth annual convention
of the British Oolumbia Association
of School Trustees were outlined last
night nt a joint meeting of city and
BUburban school trustees.
This convention is to lie held in
Vancouver on Nov. 8, 11 and 1(1,   und
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insertion. C ceuts per hue each
subsequent insert.on. Measurements Nonpariel (12 lines make
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business announcements »-.JU pei
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Ilirihs. Marriages and Heaths, 5t>c
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Land notices jT.r.O. All advertisements subject to the approval ol
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Condensed Advertisements : —
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Wanted, 25 "lords or less, 25c,
each additional line 10 cents.
Changes a. standing advertisements n.ust be in by S a. m.
Tuesday and Friday of each week
to  secure good  display.
CORRESPONDENCE invited ou mutters of public interest. Communications to Editor must lie
accompanied by name of writer
not necessarily for publication,
but as evidence of good laith.
Correspondence should be brief.
tifHSCRlPTION   RATKS
Ircludinir   postage  to   England,  United States and Canada.
By the yenr (through  postoflice) i'i.bi)
e■■.ntiy's  material   wealth.      Hut our
neighbors    did   something to educate
Canadians  oil  the  latter point.   It is
sate i" sny  that  since the beginning
*   lote campaign the mass of our
i  ople  have  come to    value the    resources nnd prospects ,,'. their   country  at their  neighbors  appraisement,
v. .rm loyalty to Caw-da    disallowed
.tli'   reciprocity   pad.   I ler: alter   there
will  be full appreciation  of    the ad-
i vantages  of   tins  country,   ns  well  as
'■ warm   loyalty  to it,  to keep  uur people  out  of any  such  bargain.
Since   the   election   Canadians    who
have talked  on the subject  with  keen
business men of the other side of the
line  must   often   have   h anl   remarks
lithe  this:      "Thc  people  of      Canada
il. n't begin  to realize  what a    rutin-'
try   they      have."   There   may    have I
Is-at some  basis for  that   opinion  not
1   n.' ago,   but there is none  now.  Our
people aa*l  their thoughts  turned  to
tins   subject   during   the   recent   earn
1 a ~'ti as  never   before,   the   result   hef
Mn; that   there   never   before   was  such
Inn enthusiasm among Canadians over
ith'ir country's  prospects as there    is
now.
promises to he
portant in the
ation.
It was nnnounood that the program
was practically complete and thc only matter of Importance requiring to
be arranged was the banquet    which
. it wus said would l.e held i n lhe
night ol Friday, Nov. l'O. The matter
was left in the hands of Messrs. Plum
, rrfelt  and   Dyke.
I    Besides  the banquet,  provision  haa
I been made for the delegates being tak
en on sightseeing trips. The district
of Noi Hi  Vancouver and other places
j will  be  nailed.      In  addition  to    the
t discussions which will take place on
many Important questions affect'n?
schools, practical demonstrations will
be  provided.   For instance, there will
; be a school children's chorus, which
is stated to be of exceptional merit,*i
physii-al   drill  executed  hy n few  htin-
i dr:*! oilier pupils and u parade by the,
school cadet corps. The trustees will
boll the duv  sessions  iu the  A'-errli"!!
i .-<■' ii -I an 1 the i>ight assemblies in the
■ Pender II 11.
I A letter was r'.id from M. .1. .1.
Dougan,  school  trustee, stnt!n- that
he  was now at Kl'-ow.  Saskatchewan
collecting data for an n-ldress which
I be contemplated delivering before the
convention,—Vancouver  World.
$49*?
THIS FALL.    ^^0\^xm WE EA^the FREIGHT
You can buy DOMINION PRIDE RANGE at Factory Price
Direct from the Largest Malleable Range Works in Canada
Till", price whicli the Dealer quotes you on a Range
is made up like this ■— Manufacturing Cost +
Manufacturer's Profit + Jobber's Kxpense of
Handling and Selling i Jobber's Profit t* Retailer's
Expense of Handling and Selling l Retailer's Profit +
Freight.
By our direct "Factory to Kitchen" selling plan all
these charges are cut out except the actual manufacturing
cost, a small profit, and freight. The difference to you
is the difference between tlie ?.|i to $49 whicli you pay
for a "DOMINION PRIDE" Range and the $69 to S;S
which you would have t" pay the Dealer for a Kange
which cost as much to make.
Are you anxious to contribute $25 or $}u to the
middlemen?
In the—
LA_OEL>
wbe flDaillbeualfc
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1911
* -v.VADIAN    PATRIOTISM.
Tbe    lat ■ elei tii ;,  uuuipaign tuiighi
Cana • -  tbe Mail .iii.l    lim -
p.r-,   to  tuink  m re  blghlj   ul    theii
country.     it m. patriotism
t ti tbat would  be  imi us
•  mure appreciative.   A ui.ni
• .  : • ia ilt   will be  loyal
- 1   no  matti 1    11 *.   1	
mat tract! ,'e  it may be.     Tual  is
pie   of      Canada
Oevelopmeut of Vancouver Island
The weather and beauty of \'an-
ei.uver island has within the last tew
years attracted the eyes of the world
i;.'MOgnizing the future possibilities
llu two large railway companies the
C.P.R, and the C.N.It. arc extending
tia.ir lines into the interior of the
isiand and in consequence business
pi inspects on tbe island are today
mightier than  they  have  ever  been.
Tbe O.P.R. have just completed
tb ir line to Port Alberni which is
Hi' termlgus, and the C.N.R. is 1 ush
ing work through to get In as soon
' as potsiiile. Port Alberni has aavur
■ al advantages and a beautiful deep
wuter harbor. It is the shortest
route across Canada to the east and
1 will bc the most important and larg
1 I Ulterior cty on rhe Island. It
bus just been Incorporated embracing
ai 1 acres with every prospect of soon
ill reasing its area. It will have .1
1* i-fect water, electric light an 1 \i «
,1 -en-ice and the lmm diate pri s
pi ct of all kinds ot tnanufa it 1 ng
. isiness 011 the water front wnere tin
i .igest steamers ran be moored is
. parent. There are four large lum
her mill sites secured ,*u the water
1:..nt within the city limits, and one
Husband is Long Suffering
Woman, not man, is the real home
wrecker, according to statistics he -
ing compiled from the divorce court
records at Kansas City. So far, the
the statistic- show practically SO
per cent of the. divorce suits now on
the circuit court docket are brought
by wives, and that practically the
same percentage of the suits nre
brought on so-called trivial charges.
By trivial charges is meant incompatibility of temper, quarrels and
charges which do not charge inlrac -
tions of moral  or civil law.
"DOMINION PRIDE RANGE"
[T tells about cooking fiom the timr the
Cave Dwellers used t<> put hot Btoiti .1 in
the pot to boil it. The Jlook cont.iins
interesting Information tf.ithi red
from many Four*
ces ami is i 1 is-
tratetl    profusely.
The "Evolution ol
Ihe Cook Stove"
also tells all About
the "Dominion
Pride"   Rati;;.,..
Whether you u;'etl
a Range just now
or not you will
enjoy this book,
Write lor Iree ropy.
you j^et a lull dollar'** worth of actual stove value
for every tlullar you pay.
The "DOMINION PRIDE" is made of tough,
strong malleable iron and lhe hest blue polished
steel—materials that will neither warp, crack Itor
break, su that it will last a lifetime. It is made in
the largest Malleable Iron Range Works in Canada,
and each range is backed by our unconditional
guarantee.
The "DOMINION PRIDE" looks well, cooks
well, saves fuel and is easily cleaned, You'll be
proud of its neat, handsome appearance in your
kitchen, and of the appetizing food it will cook to
perfection for yon. You'll appreciate the ease of
keeping its  blue polished  steel  surface and the
bright polished top spick and span with n few rubs
of a cloth. Your husband will be more than pleased
with the reduction in the coal or wood bill—blithe "DOMINION PRIDK" saves, by actual tests,
V>% of the fuel.
A "DOMINION PRIDE" Range, witu High
Closet Shelf and Elevated Tank or Flush Reservoir,
with Zinc Sheet to go under range, H sections Nine
Polished Steel 1'ipe and 2 Elbows, will be de'ivered
to auy Station iu Ontario, Quebec or the
Maritime Provinces for yp, nr to any Station in
the Four Western Provinces for $49—*5 *° '1(1 Bent
with order and balance to be paid when Range is
delivered ai vour Station. If not convenient to pay
cash we will arrange to accept your note.
.
Canada Malleable & Steel Range Mfg. Co. Limited, Oshawa, Ontario.
When writing it will bo a distinct favor to us if you will mention this paper. 6
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
■  =="= OPEN NIGHT AND DAY''"""    ■ ~-
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant    Short Order
W. C.   BATCHELOR,        -        cTVlanager.
m.II nt present io operation,     uiere
*   wanting  .:. ih.it pure love    .  aUo enough  standing  timber     in
. thing can tit more un .tha immediate vicinity  '" keep    all
tii i ol u loyal   tl •  mills  working lor  tb.'  uext
liis liirili. years; tbis means there will   be     a
tth.,t   L'anaJia i   *•   their  coun-   Urge     manulacturing    an-d    abi]
■   •       i, people In   \   ainess as *oon as the Panam
iti Canada Ioi its  ,*    ih  opened.    \  coal   mine  is t»eiflg
hvelopedwithin the city  limits by a
.    .u.i (or Its  company  with unlimited capita
. p   ..illy     d"
eifb .;h   ol     the
ountrj
a luuuel is now     In     1000 teet
Ich c.jal  is Im'iu.: sold at -S-i    per
:*n.   With all other advantages    the
What Mothers Have Done
"All that I :iin or hope to lie,"
mii'l Lincoln, nftor he bud become
President of the United States, " I
owe to my angel mother.." "My
mother wns the making of me," I
Thomas \. Kdison. recently. "She
wns so in;.', so sura ol in >; md I
f.'it i!i*it 1 hnd someone to live ""
some * im* 1 muHt not .1 snppo nt
"Allthat I hive ever urcomplished in
life," declared Dwight I. Moody, the
• "I owe to my n.o-
tln-r." "To the man who h.i-- had -.
er, all women .ire sacred tor tier
... ! Jean Paul Rirhtcr." ' \
ki-M** Irom my mother made me .i
painter," said  Benjamin  B
coal:
COAL!
$11
$16
WELLINGTON COAL
PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE
111 mils that ..ic famous i >r iheir superior burning
,m. i:'i . ! iii . need no i,i oinineiiil-
atiou to tlu<se whu have triiil th.in. Leave your
i rders now befrro the snow conies and avoid the
rush
PHONE 60
S. G. ROBBINS,  - FIRST STREET
* t ■      ■       ,^J.3i..m'iJTlqDWJ .^wt«L^«jM^^^yy,,,!
EYE SIGHT
YOUR  EYES
will appreciate tlie ease ami comfort derived from
wearing "proper littinj;' glasses." If you have not
had your "Eyes" attended to
WHY PUT IT OFF?
Our Representative will be at
DIAMOND HALL. REVELSTOKE
Thursday and Friday, Nov. 2 and 3
Make it a point to consult him.
iv/ILL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
THE TAUBE OPTICAL COMPANY
132 Eighth Avenue East. CALGAKY, Alberta
Established 1871 Lon« Distance Phone 2684
v..tc   . mell that our  c.P.R,  intend  to make   Port   Mnenu
own      peoi •      'iie-'   :   • centre of a large  tran
gitte|    The roads  in every  direction fioni
.ind   -. il  '.belt:  o«u . ■ c-,ty are delightful and  th**
•*'*:...*= it  .- not   i—.i.i '*■
• i
pat:
1 matt
• realm
<*•■:. .   mttmt   :
•a-  great ma«.
Nd
i, m..i;y  ways lbe     moat
r iv* red lai •   Wo, al
*t   ta
■«or. know I ow  to "eat
ure  I ilrthright        11 ■..     rill    hi
able  to  , '***tly  advantage
that     ; .. .    •
here  by   di I Ho*    greatlj
th. odd.-   * ■ • ■ •   man  wbo I
appro '       i irebai     from
him  of    a  I" *'. *n    by    th ■
other party  '" :"'  i '
whirh  In* - * '     '     exist
enoe!      Buch a  m-<r.       • ovei
reaihpd  and  done I    ■'   '      be
lorn;-   t.    bin,       There    wa        som*
danirer    *! Canada  being cowned    by
it"  h'v'*l   ne..'hl".i.   'hr   I'nitwl   8t»t«
out of   market   privilege! whose   vain-
tbe  latter  b id  the  -hrewdn.'ss     all 1
knowl-edee  to estimate  tightly  befo *'
>■ sense Ol    it    d«wn«d 00    "iir    own
people.     Fortunately,    the   issue    ol
the la?t  elertion roueed tbe patriot
ism "1 r..in/idians rather  than  aPPCftl
.-1 to them a- ealoulfltlng economlil
Their    patriotism    eould   always    be
tr'mtH.     though     there    might      h(
doubtl as to    their    notion of their
interest and beauty    innumerable
uriats    elaim     then- are  do
ide in Canada, or "ii the continent
America    Beeldee the    exo
.    which are now     '*
ty It is a  i»""t delist
.  ■ ■ ite       ,"•'
t with long pleasant  summen and
Mi   ' : ■-    i    iim.in id lor
.,      this -'1111111' i
be  new    town
-,,*.,., eased to t   *    ,n*
• rtliei  Inforn itli
Honored hy C. P.R. onieiats
. |  in],.*.-      Del        • William
' byte, rei i log Ice pre I lent ol thc
i .iim lian Pacific, '- . the gttesl ol
. .nm We In ■ d ty afternoon at the
I loyal  Alexandra hotel  at n  banquet
• adered bj ' he " i tei D ifflclal i ot
M« rond. ovei  12S    being iii attend
aoe, .i.mIm Iln • also about tfi (ormer
iim.bi*. ,,[ bbe road,
rijr William  was the, recipient  til    a
plen iiii  -iiv*,* Nrvlce,   Inclu img    a
moi, n  i      Iver  puneti   bow'
The      health  of  the   gueit   of honor
proposed l.y his successor, Ueo
Bury, and the     presentation address
val delivered by K.W. 1'eters.
The reply of Bu William Whyte i.ui
nci.    i bnraotarlattc and full ol (si I
inj:,  telliui;  ofthe  pleasant relations
that always existed with his posit.j:i
TO Bf Wm FOR MURDER
Henri Jobes Condemned to Death
for Killing Ris Wife     \
■ -ii !.-• * "      he iin
-ne   ii  tbe  '
ii   m •     June
■
*   .1,
when the i i
ed by
,
.ii  Dei  * Isked 11  lie     bad
.!. Dl '    "'
leath ed upon nun
:       '
'
Your Electric Fixtures
If ihey go wrong, don't worry, but just
Phone to No. 284 in the day
or No. 40 at Night
and I       .   , immediatelj   be attended to.   There is
• can't do in this line as years of experience
with eli :■• ricat machinery has given us an insight into
the b ii i oss that could nol be obtained etherwise.
i swear when the lights go out.    Let us do that
for
Player Pianos, Pianos and Organs
Our reputation is well known (or square dealing.
We can give vou better  prices,  belter quality,  than  any
other house in the trade,
WHY 7   Call ami we will prove this statement up to the
hill.
Revelstoke Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
J. Bingham, Prop.
■*!
'No
*
i.i   *■
crime ol the
of the ii*   '
n     the
' . ui "* |   i I
ol the things <■'. this   ■ orl I   ind    pre
Pare  for the ,*•       The  -ten
l   im '      '   thin  court
.Jolie**.'.  lor th"  mill I m   •'
* th it  *.*mi h nn this place
to the place *-h n**i* *. oncame ind on
December 5th, wxt, you he taken to
m li ** of execution and there that
yon be hanged by the neck until yon
i,r. ilead, and may the Lord have
mere; upon your soul."
The priH-oner was then removed,
still maintaining tht passive demean
or whioh be hnd shown    throughout
itie.  whole   trial.
Thanksgiving Day Is Monday, net..
ilOth this year.
A. 6. DUCK,   -   General Manager
Store (ind Office, Old Howson Block
-swmwBimtm-Hm aum
MACARONI
Just received,   fresh from  Italy, One carload of Choice Macaroni
Choice Groceries always in   stock
D. GALLICANO, 2nd Street, Near Railroad Track
.lulIN  LER
FOR SALE
Rhode Island Red Chicki na
F  '.   Buff Leg!
Parred Plymoul li Roc) a,
Pekin I iui
Rndden fleeae
Sfoung nml uiil Btock al I'l'iisnri-
Harul-Painted Cups, Saucers ,,|,|,. |lM,.,
Fine Japan China Tea Sets
Drygi *'nl'.
Dressmaking
I .'dies' Tailoring
Fit Guaranteed
LOWMIJ TOWN
Opposite Central  Hotel
^ i iti' or Phone to
Kew Grove Poultry Farm
MH -*  M    A,  I I'l'KK.
lievelstoke, B, C.        Phone 212
Do You Want Windows, Doors, and Finishing
li will pa) von io -it our Prices belore purchasing elsewhere,
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONE','. We carry ii large Btock ol
Window* and Doors and enn fill >•< ur orders promptly. We will
he plen cd to (five you n delivered quotation on anything you
require, \\ .* manufacture windows, doors, mouldings, storm
■ i l:     uiu    cabinets ol all kinds, tables,  turnings,  store hiiiI
bai ii    i, church seals ninl pulpits, door nnd   window   ft unit's,
finishing "I ill kind*-, etc We are large dealers in sheet, fancy
nml n.iie gloss, shingles, lath, etc.   Writefor l'rices.
S. C. SMITH LUMBER CO., Vernon. B. C. SATURDAY, Ot'TOBKR 28, 1011
THE   IMI^IXj-IEIEIR.A.X.ID,   K EVELSTOEE
BATURDAV, OCTOBER 28, 1911
/
Vi
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
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 A,30
Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or nny other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at The Canadian Hank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
fffVELSTCCE    ERANCH-F   M. GIBSCN. VGR
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 Milkers
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  IBM*.
Capital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
$4,000,000
$4 600,000
Has 83 Brandies in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINE8B TRAN8ACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branches.     Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, 6. C. Branch, W. H. PSATT Manager.
Revelstoke Plumbing, Heating k Sheet Metal Co.
Estimates given for Sanitary work, Electric Lighting, Hot
Air. Water, Steam Heating and all kinds of  Sheet   Metal
Work.
Baths, Lavatories, Water Closets, etc.
Prompt attention given to all orders.
See Our Show Room on Connaught Avenue
Phone No.  .....
Box 401
GET   "WISE!
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will ,
tell you Unit the whiskeys we are
Helling are the best. Call and be
ronvlnoed. No household should
lie without a supply of out Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
UOyeare old or Blaokberry Brandy
Ior Medicinal purpose*!. Our stock
tif choice Wines nnd Liquors of all
kindH are unexcelli d. Hold by all
tlie leading hotel.-, ur telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
importers and Dealers in Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON. B. C.
Have a very fine assortment of FRUIT TREES
Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale are grown in our own  Nurseries
on the Coldstream  Estate
II. D. Curry, Geo. Matheson,
General Agent, Local Agent,
Vernon, 3, C, Hetektoke, B C
ARRE8TEQ M A
seridus mm
W. Snowujn, of South Vancouver, Charged Wiih Shooting the Late Wm. Urquhart
Vancouver, Oct, 20—Following a
clue which led them to Nanaimo,
Ladysmith, Duncans, South Welling -
ton, Cameron Luke and through the
lumber camps and mining camps
throughout that whole district anil
finally hack to Vancouver, men of the
local police force nrrested Watson
Snowdon of Smith Vancouver, last
night on a charge of shooting to
death Mr, William Urquhart on -n
night nf September 1 i.
The story leading up to tho arrant
Is amost Interesting one. As recounted li.i the police it Bhowa a man
haunted by tho memory of a terrible
deed, his alleged confession to a woman; that woman's subsequent recounting of thn story to others and
dually the placing "f Information In
the hands "f the police that led to
Snnwiliiti's arrest.
Kit't,'en days ago Detective McDon
aid ovarii >ar*.l a man in this citj
talking on th? Urquhart case. A
chance word in ttie conversation led
McDonald to ask the speaker fnr an
interview. He gained it. Inspector
McRae was also present. The man's
story was that a certain woman in
Nanaimo had told him that she hml
heard Snowdon confess tn the murder.
The nest day inspector McRao and
Detective McDonald left for Nanaimo.
They located the woman. She told
them that a few nights previohslv a
man had entered her hotel. That he
had said that he waa haunt d, an.l
had then told her that he had shot
end killed the late William Urquhart
Khe was terrified, but when lie aske!
for a room for the night she gave it
to him, at the same time ejeim.' thai
he registered in the hotel register.
The name that be registered under is
alleged to have been that of Watson
Snowdon.
After bearing the woman's story,
and *zettin;» B description of the mnn
the police officers commenced a careful -earch of the town. Snow.Ion was
not to lie found. Inspector McRne
stayed in the vicinity for a day and a
half, and then returned to Vancouver
leaving McDonald to continue th?
hunt. Another day and a half of
fruitless search passed and Detective
McDonald also returned to the oity,
only, however, to get Deputy t'hi*•!
Mulhern, who went hack with him.
Kor two days the men worked topeth
er, covering the whole neighborhood,
other towns in the vicinity and the
logging and mining camps. McDonald then left and tlie deputy chief con
tinued tlie search for another two
days. At the end of that time h.
received Information that the wanted
man wus ia Vuncouvee.
He at i nee returned to the city. Thc
whole detective force was put in tbe
hunt for the wanted man. For tare:'
whole days they scoured the city wit.U
no success, and then last night about
8:30 o'clock Inspector McRae and Inspector of Detectives Jackson apprehended their man In the Melbourne
hotel, tcok him to the station and
laid the charge against him. which
feuds:      '-'Murder  of     William Urqu-
I
More
L**^^    Home Baking, |
| Better every way |
an the ready I
I
I
s
1
i
Buy Vour Sash and Doors at Home
' 'ur « Is rannot 1".' heaten outside for price or uui lity.    Now
is the liuu Lu ut youi S.uim Sash and Dooi t>. We have them
in all sizes. Prepare now before thc Winter seta in. « >ur
I* n't on  !■•  work i u>j   full  time ond  we make  even'tiling  in
w I woi iv, Sa«li  and   Doois,   Mouldings,   Staircase, Church,
Offi •■. Uir aud Hotel Matures. Tr.rnin^> uf every description.
We.also keep a large stock of Fancj and Plain Glass and
HuiUlers' Supplies on hand. Prompt delivery, ^ocmI service
and courteous treatment' that's our motto, A trial order is
solicited fri nu > ou.
The Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
GKO.  11.   MI.UV,
I'luj rietor
(
CREAM
Baking Powder j
I A pure,Cream of Tartar |
rowder
| Made /ro7i\ Grape3   ||
^SJiJSN^NiJiKNtiiK^S^
1. at in September ll, l'Jll."
The story  of  the shooting  oi    Mr.
I'rquhart   will  be    well    rem ■ I.
llow an unknown man nit "red his
i ore at 5*1 Cordova street « >. and
rhot him three times, one bullet taking elTect ill the centre ol Mm* neck,
. notli ir In the stomach an l the third
iM.ii ■: the lower point of the jaw.
llow the unknown then coolly walked
out ot the establishment, along (,|"'~
' -va street, although the street was
i ow-ded with people who h id rushed
11 to the store on heariii"; tin shoot.
In?,  and   dis ippeared   wlt'j aityoii'
miking an effort  to stop him,     and
the BUbsequcnl  oiler n : of i  wards by
he city,  the family of the murdered
r in and the    Provincial government
fr the apprehension ot the murdered
man.
Snowdon   is  described   in the  police
cords  as   being a Oanadian    (Alra-
'-ont,  Man.,) a  laborer,  *'!7 years   ol
n -e, 5 feet Sl  inches in Inii-ht, stout
■ nd   with   brown  eyes,   duk   bail   all 1
Bomewhat bald.  His address  is torty-
' 'irth   avenue,   en-t   of   Main   street,
•nd he is married.
MISSING TEACHER FOUND
m Maude Bruce Toms Up Bl
Velvet M:(!8, Near Bossed
Rossland, li* C, Oct, 26—Nearly
i a.l from cold and hunger, Miss
■*. iu.lt' Bruce, Bister of Leslie Bruce,
prinoipal of the Rossland public
school, alter over CO hours' *
to the elements, found ber way late
n lay night to the  Velvet     mine,
hero she was supplied with i. od an i
>•* ii'mth  by  Watchman   Stead,     and
ter taken bome on horseback,    she
:; now  tin 1 r  bhe  care   of  physicians,
.vho declare it will he some weeks be-
fore   he will i ecovcr Irom ber terrible
ordeal,
Mi.-s Bruce wei I hitnl ng Sim.lay,
ii*l was nol . , i ■ **. on, Search
'■y   bun.Ire   :   ol   i   i: * all   Sunday
'■    pri     It i: - mi l  Monday
morning   Chief ol     Pol ce Long Bred
his revolver sU  times and rang   tha
"**  1   11, ati rae! Ing   a   "".'ise  of some
100 men,  Including ! oy  scouts     and
tbeky  M mnto n  Run ers.     Later in
■  ,*  *l iy   Mayi r   MeKinnon  called    n
public     meeting    and    an organized
* arch  commen te I,  the  min is    being
■ l   lown and a civic holiday l.e-
hg proclaimed.
Reserve the     d te   November 25th,
i. 11—Local  Vaudeville.
A Siirple Treatment That Will
Rl ake l-Iair Grow, Now
Sold  in Canada
Kvery up-to-date woman Hhould
h ■ v ■ radiant hair.
Thrre are thousands o*f   women   with
i'h, fade.',, characterless hair, who
;*i nm try to improve it.
In England and Paris women take
pride in having beautiful hair. Every
Canadian woman can have lustrous
. u.i luxuriant ban' by using salvia
tht   Great American Sa.-e Hair Tonic
Every read r of the Mail Herald c in
e ,.n attractive head of hair in a
1 few weel a . y using s w,vi \.
C R. Macdonald sells a large bot-
i' ■ for SOc. and gunrant ies it to
banish DandruiT, stop falling hair,
. a.l Itching scalp in lea days, or
money back.
SALVIA is a beautiful, pleasant,
c  n sticky Hair Tonic.
FURNITURE
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
K. Kowscn & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged   and Improved.    Kirm-Clapp iti every rennet.     .■> II modern coiireniencn
Large Sample Koomu.
Rat*-.c. £2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
note
u'i -ML.
'TAL
HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Besl Wines. Liquors and
Clears,     Rat<*;s $i a  lav.     Monthly ratr.
A r.."BKBT     PTOTTH      ppnp.
£.   G.    BURftlOQiE
UNION HOTEL
ARRO '■ UKAD, i). C.
Tinsmith Repairs, w0t Air, Pipe j Special Attention given  to  commercial
and Furnace work , men   and   tout jam.    Firat-clae*   cample
rooms. Kitn-^t scenery in British Columbia, overlonkini; I'pper Arrow Lake.
-WORU   8HOP-
Connaueht Ave.   -    KevcKtuVf
W. J. Lightburne. Prop
R. Z. 'CRAWFORD   \\ )fj||a Lots
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Dr. de Van's Fins
; in r   [ulattng the
■ ii'iit.ii.' BV*tcm.   Rcfu ie
.i I cheap Imitations.   Or. cl© Vun'u ara     Id at
■ I i tin.   Mailed to an
lhe Si'oht'll Druiy *'•>., Bt. t atliariueo, Out,
■■iti ijfijgpmhiiffi ^agssv>^^^
1 nj^^s^ ^jj    "117
iree Meals a Day'
;*#. --"^"■--■S Fins is the problem <~
f i
»ir^r   c * iii'iiiitiiii;' the  average   |.':
ho isewife—a problem of
\ it tl importance to tin-
home, and one host solved
by a trip to our store and the
purchase of
Agent   for   Flexlume   Eleclric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Ui'-idi-iii'i' fm*. 3rd Si  and Robson an
Shop in Alle) back ol E. J. Iioutuc's
Store, lirst Stii-i't
Lumbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at _
P.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr outfit of working clothe**,
tm tin- liu-.li. I make a
■pecialt} ol Logging
Shoes, I'liu-,, Sox, Slilrta
Blankets and everything
required iuyourbusineu.
Olose to Revelstoke
From 1 to 7 Acres Each
Very Suitable for Market
Gardening.    This proper-
is   cleared.      For  Prices
and Terms apply to
W. 6. ROBERTSON
Real Fstate and Insurance
Corner McKenzie Ave. and 2nd St.
For the Woman Question is not i
what to cat, but how Iiy oft it, and you '
the answer in Qurney-Oxford -first in con
struction, as well .as convenience; first in
facilities for control and readiness.    The
Divided Occn Fine  Strip  assures  perfect
baking because of its even heat-distribution,
and in every detail llie perfect construction
of this Chancellor Range assures satisfactory
cooking results.
Another phase of the question is
economy, and we invite a visit to our store
expressly that you may examine the marvellous fuel-saving device the
Oxford Economizer
a trmWSRB--,rvK.yi-!iWy,-.j.i..Ji~tML ...„._,,^rt,-, ,     .
Gurney 0    irds are  tht   only   i toves
nsedtoscll • wonde   ul patent,    It
nei ds only to be set at a pro]   t        e to
hold heat for hours without attention.    No
fuel is wasted    a sa\ ing of a > p r cent.
The Grata is ./,     * with  strong
teeth   that  save accumulation  cf clinkers
and    waste.
In point of appearance   nii ke]  trim-
. beauty of di  i n, ett     tl e (lurncy-
Oxl i.'i li i ival.     Come l i our siort
and   f.nd   the   best  answer to  the   Woman
Question—a Gurney-Oxford stove.
Lawrence Hardware Company, Limited
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Buy I.i ml- in parcels of
1(1 nr L'U iirn-K nr eii bloc. Corrw-
pondeuce inviu d,
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
pronation
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60<f   a pound
In c^mmrm ^ration of thc coronation at
K'ir.j; trc r.;e \'," RtdrWiy**1 b;ive put on l!ie
n-arket a i ( Pttlot) tm ol a most pfcturwqua
.. .1 -x»|ui-ii;c design, bcirinpexcellent portraits
^f King Utorge V, puecn Mary and the l'rince
of Wilet. Special panda have bt-rti drM(rneil
repmentips Canada, India, Africa, Aiutralia
an 1 New SiLind.
( '-i'v .t fl nited number have been impottcd.
Prlcf "Oc. for t>nr p<-und nns.
At  llc*l .-t...,,..
_ ***-*-*
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosphonol [WjgW-miIIIIIII In the body
 ; _•_ to III pioptr tcmloD ; reltortf
.lm .oil vitality. PremiluredtciT «nH all ,ciu«l
weakness tTerted at one.. Fhoaphonol will
makei vou » new man. fuceMa boa. or two lor
M..:>! i ' ;.*.v a Id.- »   Th»Soobell Dria
Co., It. Olharlnsa. Out.
Hold at M.ifli *ial*l'i Drug Store.
IL W. [I
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
?. 0. Box 31 Revelstoke
Shifoh's Cure
quickly stop* cough*, enren colds,  he»u
the   Uirout und   luoftt, •   -   -   25 Qf»t»-
HOLY NAMES (CHOW MO NORMIL SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG WOMEN
Under the direction of the Bitten ol
the Hoi    N i:  '•-ot Ji-Mis hiiiI Maty.
i : iu Boarding and D»y Bchool.
Primal \ mnl i .iiuiiinar Oradel
State Accredited Hteh Bchool.
Advanced Normal Coerie ol two \eata
accredited by the State ol  Waahfngtoo.
State Diplonaa inuferreil.
Mluil aii 1 Art Studio.
Write to Sister Superior for Veer Book
Spokane, Washington
OUTFITTERS FOR
MEN WHO KNOW
.1. .V T.Betl'l, Doctors' Special and
K.ed'-a I'usliiott Sliof., Mcl'tirrson's
Trainmen'i Shoei anddreti slims ol al)
'iii'l-*.. all oi which arc t'nion made.
Stanfield'3 and lti^li -^rade Rngllih
Underwear, Evenrtlilnji ihat the logget
requirea for com fori Chippewa Kails
DrivitiK Shoes »nd Shoe I'aclts.
JOHN BULL
If.'.i.on s Block Reniitnkc, B CL
t'mU MBd One ftkt SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1911
THE MAIL-HEBALD,  EEYELSTOSE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1011
NOTICE.
Revelatoke Land District.
District o! Weat Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Emma Poster,
oi RossUod, B. C, intend to apply
lor permission to purcbase tbe lol-
.uwing described iauJs
Commeuciug at a post planted at
or near the South Kast corner ot
Lot sl?-*, thence south »d chains,
west 811 chains, north 80 chains and
east Sn chains to point oi commence,
ment and containing 640 acres, morn
or leas.
Dat*«i  August  llth,   1911.
EMMA   FOSTER,   Applicant.
James Fisher, Ageut.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land  District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take  notice  that   I,  William H    Mc-
Whirt* :      il    Vm.i,  B.   C,   ore tpatiou
Lumberman, intend to apply '. .1   per-
missiou to purchase the lollowiug deed  landd
* mmencing at a post planted ou
the East shore ot Mosquitu Ui-ti ut
or near th*. North-west corner ol Lol
5402 n-.n-s' the South ft'Oit Cul'btr,
theuce running north »U c imn-- .'•■■.•
the shore •■! su.J lake, th..n.;e arst
4*0 chains, aouth *>o chains ami'wist
40 chains to point of comm.mwnient, |
and contain.ug i'ii) acre-, Bore or
less.
Dated  August llth,   1911.
WILLIAM 11. McWHIRTER, Applicant
James Fisher, Ageut.
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinqoent Taxes in
the Revelstoke Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.
Lots in Camborne Townsite Sub-Div., Lot 3505, Plan 728
DELINQUENT LANDS
Names of Persons Assessed Short Description of Property
it
| a
>. °"
te H
O'jt
Mrs.   A.   Anderson       Lot
Block  :t
HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Thursday, the 16th day of
November, A. D., 1911, at the hour of II o'clock in the Forenoon
at the Court House, in the City of Revelstoke, B. C, I shall sell
at Public Auction the Lands hereinafter set out of the persons
in the said list hereinafter set out, for the Delinquent
Taxes unpaid by said person on the 3lst day of December,
1910, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of
advertising the said Sale, if the total amount due is not sooner
paid.
W.   A.   Haner    Lots  12 nnd  13,   Block 3  	
W.   J.   Butler    Lots  9 and  1*0,  Block 3  	
Chas.   Billiard    Lot 8,  Block  lit 	
W.   R.  Buker    Lot 12,  Block 7  	
Ohas.   Bennett    Lot 18 and house, Block 19
M,   M.  Buchaiiau  Bstate    Lots 17 and  18,  Block 1 	
Anna Clarke    Lot 2 and house, Block 0 	
Archie  Currie     Lots 22 and 23,  Block 1*8  ...
(!. Ohristtophcrson   Lot 5 and house,  Block  5  ..
Geo.   Ch;rrington    Lot 25, Block  lit  	
Alex.  Darragh    Lot 19,  Block   19  	
Thos.  I,  Dunn    Lots 32 and 33, Block 7  	
M.  til. Doberty   Lot 11 and house, Block 7 ...
Lot 5 and store,
Lot S, Block 8 ,.,
Blocd 8
Block 5 	
Block 19
Hlock 3 ,.,
CERTIFICATE OF  IMPROVEMENT
Broadview (Fractional) L.   H.  an
LiJiana  Mineral  Claims, siuiate      iu
tae   Trout   Lake   Mining  Division    oi
Wj-t  Kootenay   District.
Where located—On Oreat Northern
Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE ihat 1, O. B. N.
Wiikie, acting as agent lor the Ohio
Mines Development Co., Limited,
Free Miner's Certificate Numnbel
B25J.i7, intend, sixty days from
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Ceititicute of lm
provemeuts, for the purpose of o.i-1
taming a Crown Grant ot lhe abave
claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 37, inunt be commenced
hefore the issuance of such Certilicate
of Improvements.
Dated this 17th day of August,
UU.
O.  B.   N.  WILKIE,
Trout Lake. B. C.
LIST  ABOVE   MENTIONED
Lots in Poplar Towns-' , Sub-Div., Part 836, Plan 746
DKi.iNouuNi tanks
Names of Persons  Assessed Short Description of Property
lias
Austin       Lot 17
.   1 . bishop      Lol 8,
Block  A
Block 7 ..
Lots ii and  7,  Block  ti
Lot  It), Block ii 	
Lot 7,  Block 7  	
Lots  ii ami 7,  Block 3 .
Lois   13   and   II,   Block   ',
NOTICE.
Reveletoke Land Distiict.
District of West Kootenay.
Take uotice that I, Mal>el Halston
of Harrisonburg. Virginia, occupa
tion School Teacher, intent to ap
ply lor permission to purchuse lh.
lollowiug  described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted ad
jaceut to the North Ea-t Coin.".- oi
kot $323, being the South West Coi
ner; theuce running north Ml chaius
east 80 chains, -south >o .hains au.
west -0 chains to point of commence
ment and containing 640 acres mon
or leas.
Bated August 9th,  1911.
MABEL RALSTON, Applicant
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE
R velstokc  Land  District,
listrict    *  West  Kootenaj
Take     notice     that   I   William R*
l*. , i.    | Arrowhead, B. C, occupa
to apply li
,-e  the lo.lowl if
descr.'t-i   I*
I   n.n.* *  lag at   *. i" st ;-...nte*J     ut
Vngu«    .'.Hi-..-.-. - 8   ith  lV«t Corner
ning n irth -t'
ns,  thence  *•-'   10 chaiai  th mo
-    th     40 ' -'■    •'
, I,,, •-•<,["'
i iMaiO a:   U     ■• ■ ■*•*■
Dated   A Ig 1st   -■"■>*   1 '••
WILLIAM   ll   REID.
NuTICE.
Hev^iitok- Land D.otnct.
District   ■' W-sst k.m tsnay.
Take notice -.b-t l.  Unit  lie.
..< , ituraon, B   C, occupation, mat
iromaO, .ntend to in*"? for P"
bass tki I Uowlog de
,. ..... at     »  posl   plants
:.s   Ka-t     ■■'     ll
'  Lot  1170,
i.t- the J- '-■''■      ''"'"
iOUtt      „l sfcftlns       *est   M
north   •"    I -•'■ ':   '"  c'l>in~
,     h    .    •    ,.nft1>N«*tiier.t and    coo
■ n»i" ■«  lf»»*
Dated  A igust   Ittb, Wll.
AM1E TRBOLOWN, Applicant.
•■ James Kleber. A get t
NOTICE.
NOTICK.
Nolle** 11 hereby given that thirl,
(lays alter the (UU ol the firsl pnh
l.ration her**, ihe U»kr«Wied WU1
make »n »ppH»«oa '" ths Board Ol
Licensing, Comti,:»•»«''•» tot the • it;.
.,( Revrl/.toke for pcrmin**i"n '" fr,'">
fer to A. P. UWWi, "' BcYclstok..
B.  C,  the Herns*  to sell liquors    by
retail a' th" Hot«l premln-w at Rev
oi-nok" know .-is t* '•'""" '"',cl'
Hated tb.    llll  S«*i*»bWi  19111
3l»ds. Lsvsujse  *   Walfb.
■i. n. Casey una n. J. Aiiu-pliy
..nee  li.   ctildwell   	
... n . i o.ly 	
,. i at'olan 	
j.  n. uamet'ou 	
J.  Carey     Lot  ti and building, Block 1  	
.has.   L.  i opp    Lot  22,   Block  2  	
.liss M.  I'lntou   Lot il und house, Block A   	
,ia.-M  Cucton   Lot 5,   Block S  	
il,  C.  tiatituruiid   Lot  It), Block ."i 	
.vdward   Dretord    Lots  13 aud 14,  Block  1 	
.1.   L.   Doyle     Lots 8 und  V,  Block  .1   	
..has.  Killers   Lots  8 and  building,   Block   IU   	
. has.   Killers     Lot  'J,   Block  2   	
Ohas.  Ehlers    Lots 3 and ti, Block A 	
lidward Ferguson    Lot   IG,  Block 3
Maggie  funk    Lot  7,  Block  2  	
.S.  M.  Gillespie    Lots  4 and 5,   Block  3  	
r\  B.  tiihh    Lot 15,  Block 3 	
J.   C.   Hart    Lot   19,   Block .'  	
.liimbly uud Knckson    Lots :i and  IU,  Block 7 	
ci.   L.   Hart    Lots il  and   17,   Block   3   	
.l.u.   Ilagvinun     Lot  *i,  Blocd  1  	
.lohn   Humbly    Lot  '2.  Block   10
K.   L.  Hart and  .1.   A.   Ross  Lot   16,  block   I	
••I.   L.  Hart and  J.   A.   Koss    Lot  1.   Block 8 	
ii.   I'.  Jackson   Lot  ...  Block i
Miss  May  .leuniugs    Lot  t.   Block  A
A.  Jenkias   Lot  6, Block 2
r'red Kaiser   Lots 10 and li. Block  10
ileun   Maguusoii   Lots  11,   '.:. Blk.  -1.  I.,  i-   24,   Blk
iC.  MeKinnon    ...... Lot]     Block 2
r.  McGregor  Lots l. 2, .. H ck ■
Maty  June Mcintosh   Lots     and    , Block  •
Blo"k
August u. Osthy   I           Block
.'rudbomme  and   Nedeaii      ...... Lot
\. K. fearson            ... L
Mrs.   Emma  Reid        Lot   6,   Block
Mrs.  M. B. Kadchffe   Lot   1,   Mock   •
J.  S. Ross  i.* ' 25    Block I
James  Shields    Li '
Jame***.  Spie»s           I -■    Bl
Eric Strand   Lot '. Blocl
Sims   and  McDonald Lots J*i   24,  Block
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3.75
7.20
3.70
3.70
1.50
10.U0
37.80
2.70
7.20
.25
3.70
3.DU
1.20
54.20
3.70
5.110
3.70
.30
3.00
1.70
3.70
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5.00
2.70
2f00
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.40
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14.90
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21.80
1.20
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3.15
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Wm. Schn-ell 	
Wm. Schnell
J.  A. Sanderson  	
W.  J. Twiss
C.  B. Taylor 	
!■'    \   Trumble 	
I Jas. L. Whitney 	
Samuel  N.   Ahlgren
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Lota 1 a •    ■
Lot  17. BU.ck l
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Lot  15,  Block  :
Lot 22 and h
Lot   . ■   '
Lot   10,   Hi
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Lots in Beaton  Townsite   Sub-Div.. Lots 502 and 505.
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Plan 756
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1.13
2.23
1.1*5
1.15
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3.02
11.2C
.71
2.23
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1.15
.94
.17
17.09
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1.03
1.00
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.39
.34
1.13
ilO.60
1.35
.71
.14
.10
.10
.73
4.29
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7.43
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1.13
4.74
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2.23
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Margaret
Margat
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A.   li.   KniMci
A. ii. Frasei
a. a. Km*' i
A,  G.  yinner .
a. tl. fraser 	
A. ll- ¥tfi9tt 	
A.   11.   F*i'!l»ty    .
Mrs. T   W. Graham
n.  Porter  	
Lindsay, Ware nnd Company
I.   i  *.
Lots 1 l
Lots      it Block 5, Ptn H
L.  1 to 7, till I*
I,.,t*-   1   io   ■    i*.
Lots  1  to 6, Bloct
Lot  I, Blocl i *
Lots    I    lo
l.ot  ;:   it.** ■ ■    *
l.   i.2   house,  Hi* :..
l,,,t-  li to :■*   nm   I
Lots 1,2, 1
Lot   II.   Ml... I 6,  PlaD
Kl.M'ks    i   Ui   .;***. ■
Lot,      •.,  11,  Bli ek 20,  Pis
   Blocks il.  a.   13   I'
Lots   '.  io •   Block   ''*   Plan  * " .'i '»•
    Blocks .'.,,   17,   m,   l'i.m   .'" ; M
    L.   I'l,  22,  b'l'i*,  Blk    I.   I'liin      ■' j JO
   Lots ii.,.   Block J, Plan 76« 6.60
    Lots  I   lo 7.  H,o.*k   ',   l'i wi   151
Lot iii.,.. Block 7   Plan 788 i-,
     Lot I, Illork 8,  Plan 788 30
   I.. I.  .'. and house   uiv   4. plan 7S6 2.40
    l,..t   1   Block   », Plan ."*'* 10
Lois  IX. lo It. house,  Blk. 6,  flan K6 ... ,■„
Lots lil  t" H.house,   Blk.   ..   I'lan  751'.. 9,(0
Limited   Lot *'l,   stable,  Block   I.   I'lan  7.1*.      ... 2.40
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Lots in Beaton Townsite Sub-Div,, Lots 502 and 505, Plans 756 and 756A
M,  B.  Doberty  	
J.   Kit/.simnions  	
I''.   J.  Koley    Lots 11  and  12
Henry   Harlow    Lot  1  and bouse
Mary   Johnson     Lot 4 and house,
ll.   Leahy     I.ol* 11,  Block 3 	
Geo.  Lemon   Lotl3, Block 7 	
Geo.  Lemon   Lot 8, Block 8 	
1.   H.   Latigman    Lot 26.  Block  8  	
W.  J. Laughain   Lot  14,  Block   18  	
las.  Lauder   Lot 6 and house,  Block 3  	
Mrs. A. Leitz   Lot  16 and  houso,  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, Hlock 4 	
Cory
I 'ory
Menhenick      L.  1,7,9,10,14,  cabin,  18,19,  Block 5...
Menhenick     Lots 14,17,21 to 24,2(>, hotel, 27,30,31,
all in block 7 	
Cory  Menhenick      I-  6,  building,  7,9,10,15 to 25, Blk. 8
Cory  Menhenick      L. 5,11,12,16 to 24, Block 11 	
Cory  Menhenick      Lots 4 to li,  10 to 12, Block 12 	
Cory  Menhenick      Lots lto 8,  11  and  12,  Block  13  	
Cory  Menhenick      Lots  1  to 24,  Block  14   	
Cory  Menhenick      Lots I to 5,  7 to 12,  Block 15,  Lots
1  to 8.  Block   16  	
Cory  Menhenick        I..  1 to 0,  Blk.  17,  15 to I-', Block  18
Cory Menhenick      Lots 16 and  17 and house,  Block  19,
lot')   2,3,4,6,10,11,13'to   15,23,24,   26,
Block  19  	
Mrs.  A.   Alayhew      Lot 10,   Block   11   	
.1.  Murdook      Lot 9,  Blocd   11  	
It.  G.  McLeod      Lots 13 ami 1*4, Block 8	
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11.13
6.85
C.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
8.351
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4.44
2.90'
2,90
5.73 j
21.19
2.90 {
81.28
3.32
6.83
24.64
12.67
8.29
6.45
11.23
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Hugh   Mcintosh   	
John   McDowell  	
A.  MeKinnon  	
Lave Orr  	
Hector Poirier 	
Alexandria  Pitt  	
W.   W.   Boss     Lot  17,
J.   N.   Hear  Kstate      Lot 9,
Lot 22, Block   19  	
Lot 20 and building, Block 7  	
Lot 7 and bouse,  Block 19  	
Lot 6 and building, Block 11  	
Lot 22, Block  8 	
Lot 15 nnd cabin, Block 5 	
Dlock 5 	
Block   19   	
W.   H.   Robinson     Lots 6 and 7 and house, Block 1 	
Wm. Sopher     Lot 1. Block 18 	
'!.  H.  Shields     Lot 1-',   Block   19   	
Geo. Sumner      Lots 7 to 9 an.l cottage,  Block 12 ..
Joseph  Wells       Lot   10  nnd  house,  Block 7   	
John Webster     Lot 1 and bouse, Block 3 	
Geo.  Young     Irfrts 20 and  21 and Btable,  Block 3.
M. B. Wallace     Lots 18 and 19, Block 7 	
.60
12.61
7.20
4.58
1.20
1.20
96.20
6.15
3.60
14.00
3.00
2.60
2.40
4.50
14.40
2.10
9.80
2.40
3.60
6.30
5.80
12.80
3.60
4.25
4.80
19.80
3.90
2.55
1.20
5.15
40.20
39.00
4.20
2.10
2.70
3.30
3.90
3.90
18.60
7.20
4.50
12.00
6.00
93.20
7.20
57.20
6.65
10.00
64.00
6.00
12.60
1.60
1180
9.60
4.40
2.40
6.00
9.00
ti cl
.06
4.31
1.91
1.20
.14
.14
30.91
.91
.62
2.85
.66
.80
.37
.54
.90
.43
3.20
.14
.43
'J. 18
1.92
4.51
1.01
1.24
.72
3.02
.48
.34
.17
.87
5.79
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., Part Lot 745, Plan 637
IS.   Bountee      Lot 5, Block 3   2.41 $   .65
Frank Daly      Lots 9 aud  lu auJ building, Block 4. 12.40
K. G. Fauquier     Lot 19.  BIock   -.    1.95 .30
Wm.  Hopkins     Lot 5 and log house, Block 3   3.90 1.25
K. T.  Lowery     Lot 2, Block  13    '-'.55 .30
Alexander  McDonald      Lot  15,   Block  8    .50 .30
Bva O'Heutn      Lots 17 and   13, Block 3   4.70 1.30
!•'.   Western       Lot  19,  Block 3    3.15 .65
Stevens,  Duson and Company     Lot 20,   Block  S     2.55 .30
K.  Tasuer      Lot 17,  Block   12    2.55 .30
.87
4.20
6.63
1.10
.90
.07
1.69
.93
.1)0
.90
Lots in Arrowhead Townsite Sub-Div., Lot 384, Plan 631 and 631A
Mrs.  M. D.  Bangs    Lots 11, 12,  13 Bnd bouse, Block 7 ...
John  and  Robert  Caley    Lot 17,  ball,  Block 3;  lots 1, 2, and
hotel,  Block 3 	
Lee  Dye     Lot  15,  Block  5  	
Mrs. a.   J. Kimt     Lots 18, 19 and house, Block 3 	
Kwong Sing  Yuen Co   Lot  5 and store,  Block 1  	
W.   J.  Lightburne   Lots  5,6,7, hotel,Blk.3, lot 1,   hallhlk3
S.  S. Bakke    Lot 20 and  house,  Block 7  	
Mriiughren and  Irwin   Lots  141,17,19  aud  shac»,   Block  5   ...
10ng One    Lot 4 and store, Block 1 	
Kng One    Lot 6 and store, Block 1 	
Alei l'urney    Lot 7,  Block 8  	
Bdwin  Potts     Lot 16,  Block 5 	
John J.  Smith     Lot 6, and house, Block 5 	
lieu. T.  Newman   Lot 8 nnd 9 and store,  Block 3  	
Mrs. Florence Newman     Lots 10 and  11,   Block 3.	
Wm.  S.  Martin     Lot 3,  Block 10 	
B    L.  Plumton     Kast 5  Block 15 and house	
las   Barton   Lots 16 and 17 and house, Block 8...
7.20
234.S0
3.50
29.25
12.00
141.00
6.00
21.20
12.00
4.20
1.80
1.70
4.80
21,90
28.80
3.60
3.60
150.35
1.95
11.75
.90
2.20
53.75
7.60
11.20
5.40
1.60
Townsite of Nakusp Sub-Div,. Part Lot 397, Plan 494
Mrs    Kllen  Bluckelsby      Lot  3,   Block  24     1.50
W.   B.  Coi       Lots 14 and  10.  Block 16    11.05
I      i    Wwards               Lots 24 and 25, Block 5   2.40
l.    J    Kdwnrds   Lot  11,  Block  2   1.30
I.    J     K.Uards                    Ls. 11,12,13. Blkl, und lots 10,11, B.3 1.50
Mrs. Annie I.   Gothier      Lot 23,  Block 3   1.35
■l       Annie  L   Gothier       Lots 11  and   12,  Block  15    2.10
Blag                            . Ix>t 26 and house,  Block 23   II.O0
I     II;..                                              Lot 3, Block 2   1.76
•• Development Company    ... Lots 6 aud 7, Block 8   9.76
H      .    v                                                  ...   . IaK 22,   Block  4    4.05
H     .    Mercei                                Lot  12,  Block 8    5.25
H.  U. Merci Lots i und  lo,  Block  10    5.70
•■   i.  McKltrick ■* Lot 4, Block 20  30
\    H   High Lots 29 and 30, and h</tel,  Block 6... 33.00
I.   K   M Ii>. ..                                     Lots  15  to  JO inc., house,  Block  16... 6.60
.,:   McKltPlck            Uits 11,12,13, hotel, Block 4   56.06
RoMlMOa Lot   17,  Block  8    7.10
Ml      .     J    (McbtBOOd Lot 5,  Block 38     1.85
K   L   Blmmoni Lot 10 and cottage, Block 13   8.00
TbOIBM                               * Lote 1 and  10,  Block 4    80.31
I    Wulfnhonn                                           . Lots 24 and 25, Block  6    8.20
.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
'.   8   Kl.ndt
I    ll.itiiiiiry
I   Laufhtoc
iwniis McCarty
Mm   rt. O'Connor
Matthew Rsld
H.   Shannon
MlH      *l       ll.itlio
Leonard  Patterson
Guy  A.   I^ITerty
B.   J.   Clarke   lOBta-te   «...*
Margaict Crater Bsta-to.
£. Uvtt	
Lot  12  	
Ls.  1,7,18,  Ma,  He,
Lot| ii ju'j U m
16, Plun 7B6A
I Il'l
71.80
7.30
.10     2
21 N     ■'■
M    .
I.li
101    m!
10.06
A.  0,   Carlson
Li'.    Kvnn
Mm.   I    B    Tttmtl
I'ki.'i   Moorn .
w. a. Newman ....
Lot 6  Hnd  building,  Block  C    69.00
Lo-ts 11  and  12, Block 9   .30
Lot 7,  Block 55    4.70
Lot 10, Block 3   .25
Lote  II  and  It,  Dlock 6   17.80
Lot  18,   Block   4   50
Lot  24,   Block  8    1.00
Lots I  and  2 and building,  Block  1 „ 18,60
Lot 3.  Block  1    _  7.05
Lot 4,  Blk.  1; 6-12,  Blk '2, 7,8  Blk.6;
in,  Block 29    41.78
Lot 6, Blk.  1; lAit 12, Block 8   4.75
Lot 9,   Block  1  3.46
Lot 10.  Block 1    1.20
Lots 18 snd 19, Block 1  90
Lot 21. Block 1   8,»0
21.12
,0'J
1.55
.02
7.03
.05
.15
2.30
2.71
10.44
1.28
.84
.10
,06
1.10
S o
3iO
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
.65
45.41
1.17
5.17
.72
12.75
.54
7.27
.90
.50
.16
.67
.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
2.66
18.92
1.14
7.70
3.34
3.34
129.11
9.09
6.22
18.87
6.66
5.40
4.77
7.04
17130
4.53
15.00
4.54
6.03
10.28
9.72
19.31
6.61
7.49
7.52
24.82
6.38
4.89
3.37
8.02
47.90
45.80
6.73
4.37
5.08
5.83
6.41
6.40
21.87
11.90
7.70
17.75
9.83
11*7.35
9.85
75.07
10.72
14.64
85.23
9.81
15.86
4.08
4.45
12.45
7.57
4.61
9.08
13.36
5.93
18.60
4.85
8.95
5.75
2.87
9.69
6.73
5.75
5.76
13.45
432.56
S.62
36.42
14.72
156.35
8.54
42.22
14.90
6.70
4.86
3.27
9.61
64.50
10.74
40.06
42.88
7.73
4.70
19.35
8.07
3.92
3.85
4.26
5.73
16.07
5.01
1U.91
9.02
10.32
11.38
2.72
88.55
13.51
141.46
13.07
5.13
13.99
138.28
16.36
92.12
2.32
8.25
2.27
26.83
2.55
2.15
19.90
11.76
44.19
8.03
6.29
3.30
2.96
9,ig
• i *
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1911
the; Z^L^-IL-HIEI^^LLID, revelstoke
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1911
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Townsite of Ferguson, Subdivision of Lots 1140 and 1145.—Continued.
dbunqubnT lands
Names of Persons Assessed Short Description of Property
Wm' ^'P"     Lot 22,  Block 1  	
Mrs. R. K  Kirpatrick   Lota  ,  and 2 and bouse, Block 2 ...
M.  li.  rt,   Duncan   Lot8 u   7   mk  j. lot w> Block 55
Jos. liruyne     ly0t 8> Block 2 	
Juhu Uw     Lat 9, Block 2 	
Barkley  Cril'ty    Lot 9| Block ...  lot 3| 4_ Block 10
John Doherty Estate    Lot 11, Block 2...	
Jas.  Little Estate     Lot 14, Block 2 	
John C. Laing     Lot 17,  Block 2  	
W.  B.  I'ool and  J.J.   Young    Lots 10 to 20 inc., 24, building, Blk.2
D.  H.  McLean      Lot 5, Block 3 	
T. Gallon and  Company      Lots 1 to 7 Inc., Block 4 	
W. B. I'ool and J.  u.   louug     Lots 8 to 12 inc., Block 4 	
G.  Van Nostrum!      Lot 10, Block 5 	
Mrs. Mullets     Lot  13,   Block  5  	
Matthew Heal     Lot  IS,  Block  5  	
Angus Campbell      Lot 19,  Block  5  	
John  McDouuld       Lot. 20,  Block  5   	
R.   Leckie  Ewing     Lots 14 to H> and house, Block 29 ...
5,  Block 30 	
8, Block 30 	
10,  Block 30  	
12,   Block  30   	
20, Blk.30; lots 13-14,
21, Block 30 	
Block 30..
Block  40...
Block 41...
Jus.   FlUsimmons      Lot
A.   C.   Mesker       Lot
Thos. Gordon     Lot
W. A. Foote     Lot
John T. Coleman Estate     Lot
D.   A.   McDougull       Lot
J. Edward  Bird     Lots 25 and 26 aud house, Blocd 30.
F. L.  Houston     LotB 22 to 24  inc., house, Block 30.
Wm. Donald     Lots 3 and 7, Block 31	
Basil   Smith       Lot 4,  Block 31  	
Donald  and  Urquhart      Lot 5. Block 31 	
L. Boomer     Lot 13, Block 31 	
Albert Sullivan     Lot 1, Block 32 	
W.  B.  Pool       Lots 1 to 4, Block 38 	
N. Emo     Lot 9, Block 38  	
FlorenceN. Gordon    Lots 5  and 6 and house,
R. Perry     Lots 16 and 17 aad house
Mrs. C. Foran     Lot 2,  Block 50  	
Mrs.   Jas. Cummings Estate     Lot 5 and hotel, Block 50 	
Wm. Schnell    Lot 4 and building,  Block 55 	
J. Humer     Lot 5,   Block 55  	
A.  R.  Laughton      Lots 16 au<l  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 	
Heisterer and Company  Kstate     Lots 3 ft 24, Blk. 6; 13, 14, 15, Blk. 55
Mrs.  S. O-Connor     Lots 11 and 12, Block 6 	
J. H.  Harris      Lots 14 and 15, Block 6 	
G. W.   Urquhart      Lot 17, Block 6 	
F. Carlson     Lot 18,  Block 6 	
W.  N. Brayton    Lots 19 and 20, Block 6 	
T. Gallon and  Company      Lots 4 and 5,  Block 7 	
Mrs. B. Clark     Lot  6,  Block  7  	
Donald Mcintosh     Lots 8,9,10.  Block 7; lot 11
Angus McDonald     Lots   1  and 2, Block 8 	
Blk 30...
W. B. Pool and J.  J.  Young   Lot
Richard  Davis    Lot
Joseph 0, Kirpatrick   L.8,
Ole M.   Johnson    Lot
0. A. Irwin   Lot 12,
M. M. Pettipiece   Lot
Robt.   Samson    Lot
Laura J.  Wrong   Lot
Angus Cambbell    Lot
10,   Block   9   	
5,  Block  10 	
house, Blk. 10; L. 23,24, big. B.55
12, Block 17 	
Block 18 	
1,  Block 29	
12.  Block  29   	
13 and  building, Block  29  	
19, Block 5  	
A. C. Cummins    Lot 1 and store, Block 5
N. Emo    Lot 9, Block 38 	
W. Edwards    Lot 4, Block 50 	
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1.00
.10
2
3.10
27'.20
6.68
2
35.88
9.30
2.43
2
13.73
3.50
.89
2
6.39
3.50
.89
2
6.39
18.10
7.70
2
27.80
5.50
1.72
2
9.22
7.80
2.93
2
12.73
.40
.10
2
3.00
59.40
20.72
2
82.12
3.20
.70
2
5.90
37.65
13.87
2
53.52
20.15
9.60
2
37.75
7.10
2.49
2
11.59
5.15
1.6S
2
8.83
6.65
2.40
2
11.15
'.1.95
3.92
2
15.87
9.95
3.92
■>
15.87
9.00
1.34
2
12.34
1.60
.25
■,
3.85
1.00
.10
2
3.10
1.00
.10
2
3.10
1.00
.10
2
3.10
6.90
1.57
2
10.47
6.80
2.14
1
11.24
20.00
6.29
2
28.69
18.00
2.71
2
22.71
9.56
3.32
2
14.82
.75
.06
2
2.81
5.15
1.75
2
8.90
9.20
3.67
2
14.87
5.50
1.9:1
2
9.43
17.00
4.34
2
23.34
2.70
.75
2
5.45
6.00
.54
2
8.54
31.40
10.40
2
43.48
4.15
1.24
2
7.39
33.40
7.57*
2
42.97
12.90
11.09
2
17.99
5.40
1.72
2
9.12
5.00
1.12
2
8.12
4.20
1.24
2
7.34
6.75
2.40
2
11.15
5.25
1.68
2
8.93
3.50
.84
2
6.41
4.20
.51
2
6.71
1.80
.24
2
4.04
13.20
4.88
2
20.08
11.70
4.77
2
18.47
5.30
1.73
2
9.03
13.20
4.60
2
19.80
10.40
3.69
2
16.09
4.20
1.24
2
7.44
22.00
7.94
2
31.94
1.80
.24
2
4.04
4.10
1.29
2
7.39
1.10
.10
2
3.20
42.70
13.27
2
58.07
3.80
.86
2
6.1*6
1.00
.10
2
3.10
4.60
1.45
2
8.05
5.20
.80
2
8.00
4.90
1.38
2
8.28
10.05
4.38
2
16.43
16.00
7.82
2
25.82
1.80
.42
2
4.22
.75
.10
2
2.85
Townsite of Trout Lake Sub-Div., Part Lot 190, Plan 530
Flank Daly     La>t 46,  Block  40  	
Jas. Hunt    Lota 1 to six, Block 6 	
Useur Jacouson   Lot 26 aud J, 27,  bouse,  Block  46  ...
I'.obt.   Madden      Lots 25 ft 26, house, Block 49 	
Roht. Madden   Lota  12 to 14 an-d hotel, Block 62 ...
Stephtn Woods   Lots   ;   iii and 30 and house, Blk.  48
H. D. Hume    Lot 1,  u,ui:« 52 	
Mrs. Elsie Simmons     Lot 18 and house,  Block 52 	
Gus Johnson     L.-Jt 10 and house, Block 4 	
J.  W.  d.  Charles    Lot 1, Block 39 	
Jas.  H.  Currie  Estate    Lots 38 and 39 and bouse,  Block 40
John Genelle   Estate      Lota 1 to 5 inc., Block 41 	
C. H. Still well    Lots 25,  26, 27, Block 41  	
J. Hicks    Lot ai  Block  46  	
R. Hendrickson    Lot 26 and 127, house, Block 46 	
J. V. Armstrong   Lot 5, Block 47 	
A. J.  Macdonell   li©t 7 Block 47 	
J. M.  Doyle    Lot 6, Block 47 	
Vi. Cowa*    Lot8,  Block 47 	
Murray and Johnson    Lot 25, Block 47 	
Evan Cameron    Lot 26, Block 47 	
L. Earl    Lot 34, Block +7 	
Mrs.  A.  G.  Fraser   Lots 46, 47, 48, and house, Blk 47 ...
E.L. Kinman    Ls.  1.2. blk. 48;  Ls. 21 to 24, hs.B. 49
Higginson and Smith  „  Lots 12, 13, 14 and house, Blk. 48 ...
A.  G.  Fraser     Lots 25 and 26,  Block 48 	
F. C. Elliott    Lot 36 and building, Block 4« 	
J. McLennan     Lot 29,  Block 49 	
McLennan and  Hanson      Lot 30, Block 49 	
John Carlson     Lot 31,  Block  49  	
Swan Anderson Estate      Lots 23 an-d 22,  Block 50 	
W.  M. Brown     Lot 27, Block 50 	
J. Flood    Lot 3,   Block  51  	
Neil Swinton     Lot 11,  Block 51  	
Mrs. J. W. Westlall   Lots Vi and 13 and house, Block 61...
J.  C.  Murray    Lots 22 and 23 and store, Block 61...
F.  T.  Abey     Lot 24 and house, lot 25, Block 51...
Alex. McLean   Lot 26,  Block  51   	
MrB. A.  Fowler    Lot 27, Block 51	
H. B. Hume    Lot 28, Block  61  	
E. R. Vipond     Lot 3,  Block 52 	
A   G. Fraser   Lots 6 and 7 and store,   Block W...
V, B. Wells    Lot 8 and Btora, Block 52 	
Ralph Higginson   Lot U, Block 52 	
E. R. Vlpond and M. Beaton   Lot 16 and building,  Block 62
John  Stauber
Lot 18 and house, Block 52
John Haner    Lot 32 and house, Block 52 	
D. L. Clink   Lots 1 to 31 inc., Sub-Div. part lot
Dcnuis McCarthy
190, plan 630 b	
Lots 10 and  11,  Block 48
.00
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
1*4.40
7.95
8.13
2
1.65
.36
o
,
2.55
.15
2
,
1.05
.06
2
5.35
1.30
1.95
2
17.60
8.90
5.63
2
14.80
6.70
5.14
2
21.40
3.90
8.27
2
3.80
1.40
1.26
2
9.00
.98
2
5.10
1.40
1.77
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
.90
.75
.11
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
3.60
1.65
1.19
2
6.40
1.50
2.00
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
10.81)
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
1.50
3.25
2
7.80
1.50
3.25
2
7.50
1.50
2.89
2
10.80
2.86
4.13
2
2.80
1.50
1.01
2
3.80
1.60
1.43
2
2.80
1.50
1.01
2
23.40
12.30
5.74
2
26.40
6.40
4.47
2
25.00
21.00
9.00
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
3.80
.75
1.24
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
27.30
36.10
5.40
2
30.40
12.45
9.85
2
7.40
3.90
1.92
2
7.20
6.55
1.19
2
7.20
2.55
1.41
2
5.40
1.25
.67
■I
24.00
22.95
7.38
2
2.40
2.80
.94
2
Trout Lake Townsite, Subdivision Part Lot 762, Plan 530A
Hsrry L. Godsoe   I*.  »».«»■  2-3   21  and bouse,  Blk.  3
A. G. Fraser   Lots 6 to 12 inc. Block 6 	
Chas." Johnson   I'"t 20,  Block 6 	
O.  .1.  Nelson   Lot 21,   Block  6	
N. B.  Smith     IjOU 7 and 8 ami house, Block 8 	
W.  M. Brown    Lots 16 and  Hi.  Block 8 	
22.70
7.20
8.51
2
8.4(1
1.20
2
2.80
1.40
.71
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
12.00
11.06
3.83
2
3.60
2.55
1.10
2
Trout Lake Townsite. Subdivision Part Lot 761. Plan 530B.
A. 0. Fraser ...
A. a. Fraser ..
f|,  J,  Graham
Lots 1 to 6, Block 2 .
Lota 1 to 4, Block 7
Lot 6, Block 11	
6.90
4.80
1.61
4.34
9.75
9.60
10.28
28.16
27.48
4.01
4.70
3.11
10.60
31.13
28.64
35.57
8.43
11.98
10.27
4.35
3.76
4.35
8.44
11.90
4.35
14.06
53.23
66.33
6.32
12.43
14.55
14.55
13.89
19.78
7.&1
8.73
7.3-1
43.44
39.27
67.00
4.36
4.35
7.79
4.34
70.80
54.70
15.22
16.94
13.16
9.32
66.33
8.14
40.41
11.60
6.91
4.35
2*488
9.25
1.15
.99
2
9.29
.29
2
7.09
.55
1
6.05
Townsite of Comaplix Sub-Div., Part Lots 1141 and 1142, Plans 632 and 635A and 632B
HKI.INQt'RNT I.AM'S
Names"of Persons Assessed
Short Description of Property
1]
o,«
R.   M.   Evans     Lot
Mrs. Mary M.  Fairhall    Lot
Wm.  Hamilton    Lot
J. A. Magee Estute   Lot
J. E.  Payness   Lot
Selby Soules   Lots
J.
12 and  hotel,  Block A   	
11 and house, Block 12 	
15 and house, Block D  	
1 und house, Block F  	
7 and house, Block 1-3 	
13 and  14 und house,  Block 2...
68.00
1*8.00
9.00
16.40
3.00
4.80
29.150
H.   Young      Lots 5 and 6  and  hotel,  Block  13
Townsite of Gerrard, Subdivision of Lot 5704, Plan 892.
Block 1 	
Mobbs       Lots 1  to 4, 14 to 3*8,
Mobbs       Lots 1  to 18*,  Block 2  	
Mobbs      Lots 1  to 4,  10 to 20,  Block 4 	
Mobbs      Lots 1  to 32, Block 5   	
Mobbs       Unplotted  portion  lot   5704,  G.L,  25
gcres  more or less 	
4.70
2.15
1.80
3.85
13.50
12.00
T. A. Batemau     Lot 8132,  G.I	
Byron Boyd     Lot 136  of  Sub.  Div.  ot  part ot  lot
307, plan 980 	
Alex.  Barnett     L.   1 to 4,6,7,9, ot W.J   Sec.19 Twp.  20
V. H. Corson and W.   J. Lappan     a.  E.   J   Section 22, Twp. 23  	
Ambrose Copper   ,       S. W.   i,  Section 22,twp.oil Kire Val'y
j. Crintehi     Lots,   1,  3,.  Blk. 3,  Rev., plan  630K.
John Cameron     Lot 7634,  G.  I., Kootenay   District...
Henry  DaviB       Lot 7392, Group 1, Kooteoay Dis.  ...
J.  S.  0,  Fraser      Lot 1183, Group 1, Kootenay Dis.  ...
N.  S. Fraser     Lot 7691, Group 1, Kootenay District
Geo.   Ferguson       Sec. 33, twp. 69, Kooteray Dis       136.00
Robt. Faulds     Lot 1, nl L. 7699. G.L Kooteuay Die.
Plan   No.   844  	
J. C. Gore      Lot 7690,  G.L, Kootonay  District  ...
ii. Grady     L.1138,  1139,  hotel,  UpperArrow lakes
Hi.  Grady     Lot 3945,  G.L,  Kootenuy  District ...
Wm,  A.  Graham      Lot 3618,  G.L, Kootenay District ...
\.m. A. Graham      Lot-8046,  G.   I., Kootenay  District...
i.alcyon  Hot Springs   Sanitarium ....   Lot 100 and cottages, Q, I	
i.a.cyon Hot SpringB  Sanitarium ....   Lot 2461, G. I., Kootenay District ...
(..us  Hedstrom      Lot 7821,   G.L,  Kootenay  District ...
11.  Hayden     Lot 8409,  G.L,  Kootenay  District  ...
j.  Grafton       Lot 8025,  G.  I.,  Kootenay  District...
-illan P.  Hemmelman      Lot 5 of Lot 8026, G.L, Kootenay diB
n. Houston     Lot 8032,  G.  I.,   Kootenay  District...
Kmily M.  Johnstone     Lot 0153,   G.L,  Kootenay  District  ...
Hoy H. Keefe     L. 7 of L.  7699,G.I. P. 844 K. Dis.  ...
ii. J. Lascelles     Lot 2719, G.I..house, Kootenuy Dis....
\..  J.  Lascelles     Lot 8690,  G.L,  Kootenay  District  ...
...rs.  M.   J.  Lunib      L. 5, Blk.  A.  ft house, Rev.Pl.  636G.
Mrs. A. LaBrash      Lot 9152,  G.L,  Arrow  Lakes  	
.1.   W.   Marsland       L.2 ot  L. 71I15,G.I.K. D.   Plan 945.   ...
ti. Marsland     L. 3 ot L. 7105,G.L, K.D., Plan 945...
L. 0. Morrison     Lot 8814,  G.L,  Kootenay  District  ...
oast H.  Murton      Lot LL.S. D. 4,  Sec. 27, Twp. 23  ...
Wm.  I. Mosley      Lot 5 of lot 7542, G. I	
...la Marshall       Lot  8704,   Arrow   Lakes,   G.   1	
.Metropolitan   Gold   ft  Silver   Mining
Company      Lot 7047, Ferguson, G. I	
S. R. Middlemas     Lol  1 of lot 7542, Burton  	
MrB.  A.  Mo.latt     Lot 8513, Arrow Lks,  G.L, K. Dis....
Janet  B.   Munroe      N. E.  J Sec. 15., Twp. 69  	
Jas.  McEwen     Ls.  8028,  8029, 8030, G.L,  K. Dis. ...
4.80
30.00
15.00
38.40
5.40
14.50
16.00
128.00
20.00
13120
112.00
48.00
4.80
60.00
55.20
850.00
27.80
27.60
20.00
18.00
3.30
68.00
4.00
3.60
39.00
9.60
16.80
7.20
1.50
1.50
19.20
9.00
5.11
8.00
7.00
6.70
28.00
22.50
2.80
14.30
36.00
8.40
1.40
28.00
4(70
3.90
S.   MeCarter       Lot 2613, Carnes Creek, G.L, K. Dis.
E.   McCuudlish   Estate      N.E.   i, sec.22,   S.E.   J sec.28,S.W.s.28
E.l,  sec.33, W.J,  N. W. 1   sec.  33, all
in Twp. 69  	
McLeod      L.   8511,  Arrow  Lakes,  G.L,  K.  Dis.
McCarty      Lot  446,   G.L,  Hall's  Landing   	
Mclntyre       Ls.  1,2,  B.  61,  Rvelstoke,   Plan 6361.
R. McPherson     Lot 152,   Arrow Park, Plan  No.  827.
McMillan     L. 105, Arrow Park, Plan No. S27. ...
B. McMillan     E.J, se.J, sec.  1, twp.69,ej,  ne.J sec.
36,   Township 71  	
i.   McDevitt       Lot   8042,   Arrow  Lakes  	
F. McDougald     [,.  7544,  G.L,   Lower  Columbia river
    L. 8156, 8130, G.I.   Arrow   LakeB	
    L. 3498,  Goldflelds, G.L, K. District.
48.00
2.55
12.00
16.00
129.60
282.40
Creek
u. F. McDougald 	
1;.   F.  Perry  	
uevelstoke    and     McOullough
Hydraulic Mining Co., Ltd  Lot 23, G.L,  Kootenay District 	
Nettie Marshall   Lot S705, G.L, Kootenay District.   ...
W,   R.   Robertson    Lot 7980,  G.L,  Kootenay  District ...
»irs. Sarah J. Shardlow    L. 6,  house, B. A, Rev. P. No. 636G.
0.  M.  Symons   L. 7968. Up. Arroe Laks. G.L, K. D.
A.   M.   Symons    L. 7964,    Pingston Ck., G.L,  K.  Dis.
C.  D.  Taylor   W. 80 acres of lot 438,0.1., Hall's Lg.
l-l. Trussler   W.J lot 444.160A, G.I. Hall's Ldg.  ...
Wm.  Williams   West J  Sec. 24, Twp. 71 	
Wright.
   W.J,  ne.J,  8ec.2C,  W.J,  se.J  Bee.  31,
Twp.  71 	
E. Walley      Lot 8132,  G.I.,  Kootenay  District ...
8.  Wallace     Lot 6942, Goldflelds        197.40
88.00
32.00
54.40
11.40
2.10
2.10
9.60
9.00
28.60
67.20
255.85
14.40
4.00
144.00
13.20
19.20
9.60
34.80
65.00
15.00
16.00
3.60
6.95
19.50
7.50
3.20
6.65
6.  Walker   L.  1785, G.L, Cariboo City 	
V.   G.  Wataon    pt.  ne.J,  sec.26,  house,  Twp. 23  	
Wm.   Waine    Lot  8034,  G.L, Kootenay  District  ...
J. I.  Woodrow    Und.i L. 6940 & Und.I L. 6939G.I.KD
Wiltrid Wolstcnholm    l.  A,»,18,24,   lots 7695 and  8687  	
C. E. Wallis   Lot 4467,   Duncan  river,   G.L,  K.   D.
  L. 4.5, ol L. 7697, near Burton	
\.m.   Stockwell  	
Columbia Fruit LandB Co.,
Edith  Morrison  	
Ltd.
E.J.N.B.J, sec.23, twp.23 R.L.W. 6 M.
Lot 8813,  G.L,  Kootenay  I>iBtrict  ...
54.00
14.40
36.00
33.60
4.75
30.60
15.00
56.00
7.80
22.50
12.72
3.15
1.08
2.52
.18
.29
4.74
.28
.13
.11
6.23
1.89
1.50
1.20
3.48
1.26
3.45
.64
1.29
1.61
11.55
1.80
10,84
2.04
10.08
2.88
.29
11.10
7.19
165.00
5.38
4.75
2.22
3.30
.67
4.08
.24
.57
4.32
.80
1.72
.43
.li
.18
1.15
1.08
.46
.48
2.8*
.15
.72
.96
14.52
79.72
5.28
1.92
17.87
1.83
.13
.13
.70
1.71
2.69
7.90
S0.19
1.73
.24
12.96
1.46
1.15
.57
10.68
16.76
.90
.96
.65
37.241
7.74
7.74
3.24
3.03
.22
1.82
.46
2.25
8.64
2 5
55 J
82.72
23.15
12.08
20.92
5118
7.09
36.24
6.98
4.28
3.91
6.02
17.39
22.50
14.70
63.48'
40.75 I
43.86 '
8.54
17.69
22.41
141.52
23.80
153.84
I
31.51
1:14.08
52.88
7.09
108.10 '
72.70
1017.00
35.18
34.35
25.62
51.30
10.67
74.08
6.24
10.07
45.32
12.46
20.52
9.63
3.68
3.68
22.35
12.08
7.57
10.48
55.88'
4.70 I
14.72
18.96
146.12
304.12
I
95.28
35.02
81.22
15.23
4.23
4.23
12.30
32.21 J
33.29 !
84.60,
341.01
18.13 '
6.24
158.96
16.66
22.33
NOTICE   TO    CREDITOR'S.
Iu the Matter of the Estate of James
E. Long,  deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all
creditors aud others naving claims
against tbe Estate of James fc.
Long, late ol Revelstoke, B. C, deceased, who died at Revelstoke on or
about the 12th day ol June, 1911,
are requested to send to the undersigned, Solicitors lor Rev. C. A,
Procunier, Executor uf the last will
ot said deceased, within 60 days from
date, full particulars of tln-ir claims,
duly verilied, aud that alter that
date tbe said Execdtor will proceed
to distribute the said estate amongst
those entitled thereto, regard being
bad only to those claims of which
said Executor shall have then received notice.
Dated August 16th, 1911.
HARVEY, McCARTER ft PINKHAM,
Solicitor for Rev. C.  A. Precunler,
Eiecutor of the last will of
Deceased,
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District 0! West Kootenay.
Tako notice tbat I, Nettie H. Piatt
of Rossland, B. C, occupation
Housekeeper. intend to apply tor
permission to purchase the following
described  lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near tbe .South East Comer ot
Lot 7900, thence south 40 chains,
west 411 chain-*, north 40 chains and
east to chains to po.nt ot commene
ment, and oon-taluing 160 acres more
or less.
Dated August 10th,  1911.
NETTIE  H.  PLATT,  Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take uotice that I, William Rumley,
of Patterson, B. C, occupation Lumberman, intend to apply for permission to purcbase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to tbe North East corner ot
Lot 9323, neing tbe South East Corner; thence running north 80 chains,
west 60 chains, south 40 chains, east
40 chains, south 40 chains and east
20 chains to the point of commencement and containing 480 acres, more
or less.
Dated  August 9th,  1911.
WILLIAM   RUMLEY,   Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
Notice is heeeby given that, on tbe
tirst duy ot December next, application will be made to the Superintendent ot Provincial Police for
renewal ol the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the City hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in the province of British Columbia.
Dated this 4th day of October, 1911
JOHN CALEY, Applicant.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Laud  Distinct.
District ol West Kootenuy.
Take notice tbat I, Fredrick
William Vipond, of Nakusp, B. C,
occupation foreman, intends to apply ior    permission to    purchase tbe
12.17 lollowing described lands:
50.08 Commencing at a post planted 120
90.31 cbains south of N. E. Corner of T.L.
17.90 41214, tbence south 80 chains, thenoe
east about 30 cbains to Arrow Lake
18,96  thence     north along Lake about    80
6.25   chains,   thence  west   about   20  chains
236.60  to point of commencement, contain -
63.74   ing about 200 acres more or less.
17.69 j    Dated  September  13,  1911.
41.24 FREDRICK  WILLIAM  VIPOND.
38.63   Sep.23-No.22
7.03!
34.43
10.26
41175
66.64
E.R.  Vipond,  Agent.
E. EDWARDS,
DEPUTY ASSESSOR REVELSTOKE.
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
Notice ls hereby given that, ,on the
tirst day ot December next, application will be made to tbe Supcriu-
ii-ininit of Provincial Police for
renewal of tbe hotel licenso to sell
liquor hy retail in the hotel known
as the Beaton hotel, situuteat Beaton, ln the Province ol British Columbia.
Dated this 28th day ol Soptomber,
1911. 301s.
H.   NELLIS,   Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provlnolal Police for
renewal of tbe hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Halcyon Hot Springs hotel,
situate at Halcyon, in the Province
id British Columbia.
Dated this 28th day ol BoptS -i.'er,
1911. 30d».
WILLIAM   BOYD,   Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notioe is hereby given that, on tbe
lirst  day   of   December  next,   applica
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Notioe is hereby given that, on tbe
lirst day of Deoember next, application will be made to the Superin-1 tion will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police lor I tendent of Provincial Police lor
renewal of the hotel license to sell • renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail ln tbe hotel known I H^uor by retail ln the hotel known
as tbe   Lakevlow     hotel,  situate at | aB the Criterion hotel,     situate     at
NOTICE.
Arrowhead,  in  the  Province  of  British  Columbia. •••
Dated this 2nd day of October, 1911
CHAPMAN  ft IRWIN,  Applicants.
LIQUOR   ACT, 1910.
Notico is hereby given tbat, on tho
lirtit. day of December next, application will be made to the Superin -
tendent ot Provincial Police lor
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in tbe hotel known
asthe Eva Hotel, situate at Camborne, iu the Province of British Columbia.
Dated tbis 10th day ol October, I'll I
11.   (i.   WARE,   Applicant.
Bear the date in mind, Oct
Turkey Supper at Y.M.C.A.
30th-
WANTED—Man and wife to occupy
furnished rooms. Suitable companions for a laidy. Apply to P.O.
Box 243, Revelstoke.
Camborne, in tbe Province of Bi.tish
Columbia.
Dated tbis 14th day of October, 1911
W.   S.   RENNIE,   Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given tbat, on the
tirst day ol Deoember next, application will be made to tbe Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal ol the hotel license to sell
liquor by retnil in tbe hotel known
as the Hotel Queens situate at Comaplix, in the Province ot British
Columbia.
Dated this 9th day of October, 1911
J.   11.   YOUNG,   Applicant.
Hevelstoke Land District.
District ol West Kooteuay.
Take notice that I Edward Russell
Vlpond, (A Nakusp, B. C, occupation
oonti actor, intends to apply Ior permission to purchase the lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted 40
chainB south ol N. E. Corner uf T.L.
41274, thence south 80 cbains, thence
eatft about 20 cbains, to Arrow Lake
thence north along Lake about DO
chains, tbence west about 2 chains to
point ot commencement, contalnhi^
I about  100 acres,   mors or less.
Dated September 13,  1911.
EDWABD   RUSSELL   VIPOND.
Sept. 33—Not. 22.
Tbe Allen Players are presenting
"A Stranger in a Strange Land" at
tbe b-lisoa theatre tonight.
NOTICK.
Kevelstoke Land District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take notioe that I, Otho Kalstoo.
ol Harriaonburg, Virginia, occupation
House Decorator, intend to apply lot,
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a Post planted
about two and a half(2J) miles in a
South-westerly direction Irom the
South West oorner ol Lot 9323; ba-
ing the North West corner, thenee
tunaiag soutb 80 chains, east 80
chains, north 811 cbains, und
west 8ii cbains to point ol commencement, and oontaining 640 acres mom
or less.
Dated, August LKh, 1911.
OTHO  RALSTON,  Applicant.     '
James Fiaher, i.ftt-\x
mmmmtiw mrjwga
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the nyn^xr.-Hici^Jk.LiD, revelstoke
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1911
Provincial Elections Act
Revelstoke tlettorjl District
Take notice that 1 have received
qnjecuoua ii, wriung tu cue retcuciou
oi me following names on uie nogis
ler oi voters .oi i.,c n. .c.-.o.., eii
ccioral LiiStcicC un tue giuuuus suit
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The  follow.ng  pcr^ous are   *,   t'l i
BOttent  ttoin   ,i,e  District:
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n        Abey,   Frau-ai   ibo
i       Acaert,     11
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....   U.    .I...    11.*..:..*-
Amey,  Meivule  c
Anurews,  ivdward,  Vvigwam.
.*.:.*-■*■  ...  James,  Comaplix,
Auguston, icier  J.,  tveveibtoke.
Dao&sirom,   tied.,   KdieistOne
uauu ,  u„,..., i omaplix.
ij.i...e. hugu, Comaplix.
. *.*-..    **. U.K., i omaplix.
i*.*.. :.,**■*,   Kooert  *,.,  fir.ownead.
L>aii,   tvylie   0.,   i ,iif*>.oui.i*i;,..
nutria,   Mitom,  itevelstoke.
oayes,  Meivilie,  Arrowneaa,
Beit, ceo. r.  Revelstoke.
ouai'dmaU,   -Jas.   E.,   Coinaplix.
BuJ^dii,   i.  .V,   Hevelstone.
iJufa6-», Arthur W,, 2 Arrowheao
uucos,   nail...   Arrot.htau.
Bouoer,   luos.  Ait.,  hevelstoke
uii.*..h.i.i,   -.Milium,   Wigwaim
urego.issi:,   i'.,   Revelstoke.
brown, Frederick,  Comap.ix.
Uucaiey,  -j. un.  KeveiStO&e.
bunoci, b.an.  i\..  Arrowhead.
B.lM.uD.    liCu.     11.,    All'OWUCaU.
i uliaban, Alfred,  Wigwam.
Capremtie,  Lt,  Keveisioae.
Carlson,   Auton,   Revelstoke.
Caahato, Giacmio.    Revelstoke.
I lark,  Jas. *. ti.is., inacier.
Clats,   Win.   P.,  Glacier.
Cole, Peter, Arrowhead.
Cook,   Maur.ce   J.,   Arrowhead.
Cooper,   Koueit,   St.  Leou.
Cou.ts,   David.   Arrowhea-J.
iicsit,   Ja»*   Wm.,  Revelstoke.
Defelice, Carmine,  Revelstoke.
Im. ilio   Angelo,  Revelst ike.
1'      ar, David  J., Beaton.
iK.ti..*-,   1 atrick,  Comaplix.
Edwards, Albert, Comaplix.
Elsdon, Clement,   Arrownead.
Elsdon,   Leonard,   Arrowhead.
Ennis,   William  T.,   Comaplix.
Llu..-,  George,   St.  Leon
Erskin . Charles, Arrowhead.
Esplon,  Jus.  I)., Beaton.
Farr,  Peter M., Arrowhead.
Fenwick,  t :i..s.  li.,  Comaplix.
Ferguson,  Duncan,    Revelstoke,
Ferguson,   inincan,  Revelstoke.
Fitzpatrlck,  Pat.  L., Revelstoke
ter, Pi tei,  Camborne.
Piuui,  John  J., Arrowhead.
Faisetta,     ,* ui.u.l,   Kevelstoke.
Forbes,  Charles,  Arrowhead.
V irrest, John, Wigwam.
Fraser, Frank, Wigwam.
■ • ..-•:.  Arrowhead,
Frasei    James  SL, Arrowhead.
r':a- :    ft 111am,  Wigwam,
t'lase;.  James.  Revelstoke.
Galanti   Luigi,  lievelstoke.
. .        maplix.
Gam    ' Arrowhead.
Gaw.' ■. .   Hay.
ow, John  W,,  v.igwam.
Gil ■  •     . • ra .   ..
Gila:.*.: •.:.    Anthony,
GiU,  Robert P. , Arrowhea
'.. :*.e,  Chai I -.  Ri ■ •' tuke.
Gordon, 0.,  Comaplix.
Ooug !,   Pi.  Hc-v,-
,:.  -   .- .:..     ,  Cam bor ni
Gu»'t, William,  Arrowhead
Hacking,
11 uvarbo.'i,   uoan,   \n   *:
H ..I,   Stank..   A.,   A
Haner, G.  A.,  Reveli    -
h ii  ■:.   i hrla, Oam! oi m
rjf,   il' velstu*.
Hani ii.   I'aml.orne.
.'• J....H.
>;.. tn ii'l..t.
i"'cr" ib G     krri       ■*'
Ua'fit.  W  ...mi i; . Camborne.
Henry,  ii-  ' B iplix.
Hepburn,   '• hn 0 . Comaplix.
He. B    I   maplix.
Humpston, Wm.  J./ *' ■
Irw n. J ami -. '' una]'
;   ; er, Fn emanff. Ro ky Polrel
Johni on,  H ins, iv,.;wiitn.
Jordon, Orover ('., Revelstoke,
Keays,  Howard,   Revelstoke.
Ki-I r.  William,  Wigwam.
Ken:>(•!>'■  Frei, Camborne.
Kcnuc.'.    Tho'.   L.,  Cumliorne.
,„ Knapp.  '-'.""•   ""  Revelstoke.
817 Konner, Jiitu, Oalena Bay.
."121 Wortune, )41«i Revelstoke.
)fe2 LaSane,  Victor, Beaton.
823 LengreU.  Undaay, Arrowhead.
881 Langridgft, tX. 0., Arrowhead.
334 Latka, Joaeph, Arrowhead.
■ i Lawson, chat'.is, QoWfields.
Hi Leake, H. P., Revelatoke.
tjiii i^Mi.ix. Frank, Arrpwbead,     ;
85S Lepard, Herbert, Camborne.
807 Levesque, !•;., GoldfieldB.
svs Liver,  Wm.  J.,  Arrowhead.
^l Livingstone,  !•',.,  Arrowhead,
887 Loft us, Peter, Comupllx.
889 LuKan,  Ohlpnian,   Revelstoke.
899 l.ortie,  Joseph,  Arrowhead.
''.ilu Lux, George. Goldfields.
912 Lux,  Tims. T.,  Beaton.
827 Macdonald,  M.,  Arrowhead.
020 Macfetridge,  Tims.,  Arrowhead.
'.cm MacGregor, K., Camborne.
158 Maloney, W. P., Revelstoke.
HTH Marsaw, Fred, Comaplix.
1*71 Marsaw,  Joe, Comaplix.
J71 .Martin,  Andrew,   Wigwam.
i7*"i .Martin,   Henry,   Galena Bay.
.177 Masson,  John  S.,  Revelstoke,
:i7S Kellett, Hurry, Goldfields.
J8S Melvin,  M. G.,  Arrowhead.
,.1)24 Morgan,  E. G., Oamborno.
i02S Mortsen, W. !•'.., Wigwam,
14)32 Morris Geo,  B*.   Arrowhead.
l033 Morrison, John, Revelstoke.
1046 .Mullen,  Wm.  E.E.,   Arrowhead.
1057 Murray,  Hi.us  J.,  Arrowhead.
1068 Murray,  Robert,  Arrowhead.
.m.I McBride,   Robert,   Arrowh.ad.
,070 McCartney,  J.H.,  Fostall creek.
184 Mi i i itiiiiiuii,  ll., Galena Hay.
.ill McEachern,   A.D.,  Arrowhead.
1116 McFarland,  George,  Comaplix.
1130 .Mclnnis, John,  Comaplix,
117    McKaracher,  F.,  Comaplix,
1152 McKennan, P. G., Comaplix,
1179 McLennan, Gordon,  Camborne.
1182 McLennan,  A.  l..,   Revelstoke.
1198 Mc.Morris,  Arthur,  Galena  Bay.
^11 IS   is   the   Style   Simp for
young  men  \\!m  want tltc verv  latest
crcatiutii in Overcoats.
Fit-Reform   styles   are  the  effects
that jump into favor as soon as Introduced.
Keep pace with  the  leaders.     Get
in touch uith Fit-Retorm Styles.
106 .Mcl'hail,  Angus,  Revelstoki
208   Mci'hee, Daniel, Galena Bay.
222   Naecreate,   Philip,   Revelstoke.
22\   Nastasem, J,  Revelstoke.
Jll   Nicholson, Thos.  B.,  Comaplix,
261    Olson,   Charlie,   Wigwam.
205   O'Neill, 0. H., Oamborne.
.:il   Pearson, Thos.  Jt,  Beaton.
2')b   Peers, John A., Camborne.
2911   Perrett, A. F.,  Beaton.
,i2   Pipes.   Ksward  P.,  Comaplix.
126   I'm ter, Carl, St. Leon.
345   Proulx, Ovila,  Revelstoke.
iill    I'urguto,   Antonio,   Itevelstoke.
■;55   Ragnelli, Marine, Revelstoke,
176   Reighley, James, Revelstoke.
.44   Riley,  0., Goldfields.
iOO   Robinson,   B.W.P.,   Revelstoke.
.03   Robinson,  Alex.   Wigwam.
107 Rogers, Robert, Oamborne.
.08   Rogers,  John,  Arrowhead.
113   Boss, W. Vi., Camborne.
>23   Hoy, Arthur, Goldflelds.
,2ii   Russell, Walter,  Camborne.
i31   Ryan,  Walter,  Beaton.
.33   Salter,   K.   Wm.,  Arrowhead.
147    Schwartz,   A.,   Revelstoke.
150   Scott,   John,  Comaplix.
153   Sellers,  John,  Comaplix.
,U7   Sherwood, ti.  H.,  Arrowhead.
168   Shields,  Ceo.  11.,  Beaton
186   Sinclair,  Donald,  Comaplix.
!S8   Singer, Geo.  R.,  Revelstoke.
,96   Skilling,   John,   Arrowhead.
j36   Specht,   Jacob,   Revelstoke.
137   Specht, H.   J.,  Revelstoke.
:18   Spring,   Ed.  A..  Revelstoke.
01*1   Smith,  Harry,   Comaplix.
70   SwiUer, B.  D.,  Arrowhead,
,'i79   Tampayna,  Felice.   Revelstoke.
91   Tennant, Walter, Arrowhead,
,97   Thiiiiiult,  Jos.,   Pingston  Creek
US   Thomas,   AU.  G.,   Arrowhead.
„ll   Thompson,  T.B.,   Arrowhead,
■ 12   Thompson,   Bert,   Art u.i'   ad
..I.:   Thorne,  David   •)..  Cam
ii   Thorne,  ISdwaid  J.  Camborne.
ir.   Tinklier,  John,  Arrowhead.
.in   Touringney,  Hector,  Beaton.
il   Turner, Hurry,  Arrowhead,
*:iG   Tye,  Henry J.,  Arrowhead.
18   Wincent,  A.,  Arrowhead.
. 49   Wiscentin, G.,  ii. velstok .
.1   Waiter,  Walter   ll .   Comaplix,
lt63   Ward,  Joseph. Galena Bay.
•.".   Ward,  Wylie  R.,   ■• ■
67   Wate. Charles, Art iwhe
■ 71   Wot si ii.   l:..i.    lie. t'l.-;;.
72   Watson, Jos. P., I:
; 87   WeBt, Oliver  J-.  Revelstoke.
"Mi   Wilke,  Hulii i   Bay
715   Williamson,  J.  W,,  An
1717   Winter-. Wm   i
1722   Withrow, Kr. d  M
,j*l   Witter,  Andrew  B     B
1726   Wood,  Edward    romaplix.
27   W Is,  K.L-.-ii    Goldflelds.
i'1   Zaczkowskii   i
. ".I   Zinch.  v. mt. n,   ii
The   following   nam.
ited . n the list:
* 'im. John, Revelstoke
The lollowing persona
• ■. "*:
iluer.', Louis, Camborne
Lane,  All.   Wm.,   Revelstoke.
'•     tt   .* -,   - ...       j*  ,,      ;
IcIntJ Dan . Revelst*
;•         :. •. ii   chas M     Big  Bddy
i ■'.   .  ,in A .  i '"in
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•    *•   , District
Wsti ..    tens
Paki   i:  ■ ,    ;•.   ,     r
i:     Isto I.
'•rk, Inten '. •■ ipply Ior pai
purch ....
n :
Commei on; at a l    '      ■  ' ■:
*  South  Weal Col nei
. i   im ••:: ■ I   11. It.   It v
'vjet   i'.f-i i   r    ■ i.
mil    to '' ■■        'I' i*'■,■ t Cornet    o
r,   l.  i*i 13,  them e .. lUtta   * •
i(  to th i     Km ih     r.   I  '
ol  7043, tii n'c alon t line 11    I..'
043  fottf     cli   i . v.   i!   10  eh i I,
llllll      III 1    '.'.''    '(,,,;    *     A   *    I     tO       llll *
,ot .'I1". th me ■ *. '"*.■ Iln ol lot
!U2 lo chnins north mil 20 cha'B
orth and 20 chain i wo t to th
.'.irth West Cornt r, tli nee nortl
iboujt f'ifl leet to the place ol cum
iiencement, nnjta!,nlng ICO acres
linro or Inss.
Dated September 2!ith, 1911.
IJ. H. RBYN0LD8,
McKiNNON ^ SUTHERLAND
TRAINING Uf MODERN iNFA^RY
i By Colonel K.  N.  Maude. C.B.,   late
R. E.)
If in the foregoing articles I have
praised unreservedly the spirit of our
n iw training regulations, my atti -
ttide becomes more critical as my
study progresses.
The   "battle"   is the     culminating
point on  which  Anally  the  functions
ol every arm  of  every  rank  ol every
private    Boldier  ure    brought  up  to
then-  very      highest  expression,   and,
to this  purpose,  the  hook does,      in
tact,  devote by  far the largest of its
set.mis   to   the  subject,   "Infantry   in
Buttle."   But one looks iu vain    tor
any definition  or description  of what
a     battle really   is  or  what  it looks
like in its successive stages.     On thc
contrary,  skirmishes,  partial  encounters,  local  assaults, etc., are all bleu
ded together confusedly, until   it   is
clear that  the  picture  the  compilers
had  in their  minds was ol one     or
more of our  South     African    scrimmages,which,  owing  entirely  to local
conditions—in particular,  to the mo-
lltj . : our enemy and his determination to evade the  final  result—bore
not even a distant resemblance to the
•r at encounters between modern arm
ies,   in   which  the  fate  of  the  whole
mil "ii may : *■ -take.I.
Sow, .mm the w.u tiain.-.l  tn *
om
tl
tare of the battle a- it i .   in
n
nt   It      evei
man  In  the army. - differ
'.,t: I   out   Wil
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enough can br hrnuglit into position
In break down the nerves ol the ile-
fiiiilers. sin-nil i lii m in smoke and
dust enough until they can no longer see a tar ■* t to aim at, .;\en if
they have still nerve tlna ll I it to
hold  theil  rifles siia.lv.
How enormous the difference of lire
effect in these Iwo separate .phaass
may be is clear from the following
figures. In a big battle lasting many
hours it would lie extremely good
practice if one side or the other averaged one hit to every 1,000 rounds
tir. .1 away. But 'it the early stages
ol mi Engagement 2 per cent of hits
has often hcen made and exceeded.
!• ven if the average of 1,000 rounds
per hit is to he maintained, thc practice at the enl of a battle may be
us bad as 20,1 00 shots for each man
disabled. Even worse results have
lieen noted in practice. In one case,
for Instance, In 1870, in the combat
of Artenay, on the great road [rom
Paris to Orleans, it has been computed that a whole French division
tir 1 away n it less than one million
rounds, un-.l possibly more, against
tbe 4th Prussian Hussars, who "demonstrated" boldly against them,
With the sole result of wounding live
men and -ix horses, all ol whom
t tor action again in the fol
lowing week. It will be clear, there
fore, how wld ■ the margin Is for
difference of attack  be-
tbe first  daj and tl ■ lasl. an 1
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.  .   l'i * ch
..ii I Germ Actually
•   ■ ■. - ** to be
I -      us
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S62-4. where whole
at
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-     it      far    in
o ng 1 ni"
it i, u      ,i.ii
■*i moeuvr-
Bhment ai
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the mnn on whose shoulders the responsible decision to attack actually
rests. Presumably he is the most com
patent person, or ha would nut he iu
charge; certainly h* is the only ona
tn whom all t'lve iti'nniiatii n is iiv
nilahle, and he alone ki ows, with re-
terenoe to the condition nl affairs
oyer the whole Held, bow long he enn
afford to wait.
I Say time is short ainl an Immediate decision pressing, He knows tiii
men to be staunch, equal to enduring a loss of nne in four without |
checking their advance, and he calculates the attack will not cost, more
than one in live, lie launches the attack, and purchases tho rapid decis
ion he desires at the cost of BO-antl-
so many of his men's lives. If time
is not the essence of the situation,
int.l lie is uncertain of his men, ha
piles the lire on more kiiiis upon the
I iclslve point und waits till he feels
ii s  men equal  to  the task.
if, alter several engagements, his
men find out that his instinct is always   right,   and   that   he   never   sets
tiieiii a task beyond their power   to
a complish, they acclaim him as a
tennis, and, like Ihe Stonewall Ini
i;a,le in 1862 -In cite only the best,
k inwn name—they conic to believe
! emselves invincible, und their confidence in themselves gen'rates a
"though! wave" which will, in fact,
carry them on through losses almost
Inconceivable. Over and over again,
Confederate regiments under Jackson
lost upwards of two men out of every three, and, though tiled up hastily again with recruits, the convict-
n that they were still the old
"Stonewall" carried them into action again and again with almost equal determination and elan. In blood
blvase men were all British—two, evei three, generations on a foreign
soil does not really touch the root
iistincts of the rice—and if people
would know how our men, oni-e real-
ly triiin-r-il for war, can be trussed to
:': 'it. even with hardly as much pre-
1-1 miliary drill and tradition of war
■ri our territorials, let them put tha
South African battlefields fceh'-nd
th.'tn and study the fighting of our
c itlBins across  the      water.    IT      they
"e not studiously Inclined, the pag-
-B  of the  "Long  Roll,"  Jusi   puhlisli-
-il.  will suffice for them.
W. Parry
AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR
REVELSTOKE
AUCTION SALE
Starting Sat Oct, Hth and every
Saturday and Monday
Watcher, Jewelry, eto.
Wood for Sale
First class wood, any desired length and in any quantity can be had by leaving
an order at S. MeMahon's
blacksmith shop.
Phor.e No. 87
KOOTENAY      LODGE,   No.   ,b A.   V.
uu.l A. M.
Regular meetings aie held in MA-SUMO TEMrLK, Oddlellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each mouth
at 8 p. in. Visiting brethren art
cordially  welcome.
ROBT.  GORDON, W.  M.
W.  B.  HOllKRTSON,  aecretnry.
DAN MclNTOSH
PORT MANN
v.tilSKV HOLDS ITS VICTIMS
until Released by Wonderful Sa-
t     maria Prescription
Pen^ngle
THAT is the n;nno.  and
below la the trademark,
you are to look for next
time   you  buy underwear
Your size In nny garment
with tli.it  trademark will
fit   perfectly,  will outwear
ordinary underwear, will
not shrink. Yet you pay
nothing extra for this
extra value; and you get our
Guarantee of " money buck
if you can fairly claim it"
Made nt Paris in Canada,
by PENMANS Limited. 5,
I.Iquor sets ui> Inflammation and Irritation uf tbe stomach and weaken!
uu* nt-rves. The steady or periodical
i.-prcei drinker la often forced to
.ii ink even againit 1' .-111 by hia unnatural phyalc.l condition.
m Miliaria Prescription itopi the craving, ateadlet the ntrvsa, builds up th*
general health and makes drink actually iliHtimtaful and nauseous. It
ls taaleleas and odorless, and can tit
given with or without tha knowladi*
uf tha patlant.
Thousands of Canadla homes hava
been savad from misery and dlsgraea
by some devoted \ "... mother or
daughter through this wonderful Canadian remedy* Tha monay formerly
*** mMi»,l lu drink haa rsstorad happiness, homo comforts, aducatlon and
respect lo tha famllle* formerly In
want and despair.
Head the following, on* of th* numerous unsolicited testimonials r*-
celved:
" 1 ran uaver repay you for your
remady. It Is worth more than Ufa
lu me. My husband has bean offsrad
liquor several Urate, but would not
touch It. He said lt had no charm for
him now. May Ood'a oholce blessings
ever rest on you, and yours, are my
prayers evar. No one knows lt but
those who hare tried lt. As soon as I
ran I will se* others that I know
would rive anything te step their husbands from drink. 1 wUI give th«m
vour addreea.
" Mra, K , Dawtnton, Alta"
(Nam*  withheld  on  request.)
Now, If ya« know of any family
needing this remedy, tall them about
it. If you have any friend or rotative who haa formed or U forming
1 the drtnk  habit.  h*lp him to release
mself from Its awful elatohea Samaria Proscription U and by Physicians and Hospital*. t
A FREE TRIAL. PACKAGE of Samaria Proscription, with bookl*t. giving full partloulars, testimonials, pnoo,
etc., will be sent absolutely free aad
postpaid In plain waled package ta
anyone asking for K and mentlontaf
tht* paper, a   Oorreefoadoaoe (aore^ly
Identtal.     Wl Its to-day.   The Hani,nia  Itemedy  Co.,  Ilept.  4f,-49, Colli    St., Toronto,    ('snuda.     Also
'or  Sale by O.  H. Macdonald, Drun-
glat,   Revelstoke, B.  C.
IT'S A LIE!
Prices in  Revelstoke are not
• nf sight.   No,  sir!
n en's Bhoes, cloth-
in fad ivery
wears, jusi as cheap
can  in Calgary or
■ hi • is, 'f you dn yoi r
JOHN BULL'S.    Why?
n Bull Bell   for cash,
lon'l  have to i ay f i
i  .it, .   colli
.* or i ki' i ei's  salar\
things
* *. * oo Is here every dti\
i,,..    Tiii'Si*
th I our price'
' i lower ti an i ie lowi sl
; belicvinjr.   Ci     nl See
The Pacific Terminal Port of the
Canadian Northern Railway
Ollicial announcement is made that the
townsite lots will be on sale within sixty
days. As was the same in l'rince Rupert
record prices wiil reign, some say
$15000 lo $20000 per lot, The lots
nearest to what will be the highest
priced railway lots aro those across the
road belonging to us. They arc hi*< 5U
leei by lhl (eet lots to a 20 foot lane,
and are abuut 500 yards ulT the watei
front. Prices now asked arc only front
$1500 up wiib 3 year terms. These
show opportunities for greatest epoch
profits ever offered in the country. No
private subdivision in this Terminal can
ever be so close as ours. Remember
the highest priees at the sale will sel
the value to our lots. We recommend
speedy action as only about fifty lots
remain unsold, Ask for maps anil
prices,   Sole a^enls—
lhe Sclwyn Investment Company.Ltd.
311 Dominion Trust Bldg. Vancouver, B.O.
NOTICE
Itevelstoke  Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that sixty days after
date Dominion SawmillB and Lumber Ltd., of Kevelstoke, B. C, x
Lumber Compnny intend to apply to
the Minister of Lands for permission
to purchase C-MO) Two huudrtd and
forty arres of laud described ub follows:
I'ominenciii *; at a post planted 2
cbains south from the South East
corner of Pearsons Pre-Emption, Lot
S092, Group One, Kootenay District
and marked "!). S. M. & L. Ltd.,
South West Corner Post," thence
north GO cha ns, thence eust 40
chains, tbenee south CO chains, thence
west 4u chains to the point of commencement.
Dnt-ed this Nth duy of August, 1911.
Dominion Sawmills & Lumber, Ltd.
Ag.19-00     By  James England, Agent
SELKIRK      LODGE  12,  1.  O.  O.  F.
Meets evory Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
J.   S.  HOOLEY,   N.  G.
JAS.  MATHIE,   Secretary.
COURT     MT.     BEGBIE,   No. SIM.
OF I. O. F.
Meets in I. a O. F. Hall noit to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday iu month. Visiting  brethren cordially   welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   S.  CAMERON,  Rec.-Bec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. ol    P.,
NO.   ab,   REVELSTOKE,  B.   O.
Muets every  Wednesday  except   tbo
Third Wednesday ol ouch mouth      in
Oddfellows' Hall at li o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially Invited.
J. Y.  BIMP80N, 0. O.
U. H. BROCK, K. ol H. * 8.
ii. ot F.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
MeetB Second   and     Fourth Wednesdays    in  each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Coa. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Olerk.
HARVEY,  McCARTEH
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solienois,  Etc.
Imin-iml  Dunk   lim..nag  Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loun.
Olllces—Reveletoke,    B.   0.,     and
Craubrook, B.  C.
Goo. ti. McCartor,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Kevclstoku, Craubrook
ROBERT  SMITH,
Provincial  Land   Suveyor,
Miuiug Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZIE AVE.,
BOX   1116,    REVELSTOKE.
W.      H.      WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
Box. 282, Revelstoke.
Plans and     Specifications prepared
lor     all    classes     oi  buildings, Etc.
111.ui;*, hi nig and Blue  Printing.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
lirst duy ol December next, application will he mude to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liiiuor hy retail iu the hotel known
as the St. Leon hotel, situate at St.
Leon, in the Province ol British
Columbia.
Duted this 2Sth day ol September,
l'Jll. 30ds.
HERBERT   COUSINS, Applicant
NOTICE
III UrlliEJ
Angle
^UNSHRINKABLE^
Trttrte  AfarA
Tenders ,u        a Ited  by   th ■
ol I   tm : i '■•! the mi
torey i wwi i** ad
.*   ■   '   Bask   l.u.1 ling
i I *ih   iii I    ip tolflcal li ns      m.iy    he
luring nii'Mc hours,
The lowest "t any tender not nee
 i'i* d
A.  II.  MoOLBNBaH \''
Manager.
Revelstoke Lund District.
District of West Kootenay.
Tuke notice that JameB A. Shields,
ot Revelstoke, British Columbia, occupation, Packer, inteudB to apply
for iicrmlssion to purchase tho follow
ing described lauds:
Commencing at a post pluntod at
tbc South West Corner ol Lot 277»,
Group 1, West Kootenay District, B.
('., and marked "James A. Shields'
South Must I'ui ner post," thence
west about twenty cbuins moro or
less to the south east corner of Lot
2712, Group 1, thence north 40 chains
tlu'in. east 20 ehains moro or less to
tiie nurth west corner of Lot 2773,
thenoe south 40 chains to point of
commencement, und containing 80
acres more or less.
Dated  August 29th, 1911.
JAMES   A.   SHIELDS.
Andrew   Kitson,  Agent.
NOTICE
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District of \\est Kooteuay.
Tune notice unit Uu. ivicGugluuL,
ul AiTowhea.i, li. y., oceuptitiou
Lumberman, iuien.is to uppiy for per
mission io lease Hie lollowing Uo-
bcriued lauds lor murine and luuu
i|iiuriyiug  purposes.
Commencing ut a post plunted
alioui two miles south of Pingsiou
i reck Mill uud mui'Ked "E. McGugu-
iuu's South East Corner", theuce
west 40 ciiains, theuco uorth 4U
chains, theuce eust 40 chains, more
or loss to tho lake shoro, thonco
south ulong the lake shore 4U cbuius
more or less to tbe point of commencement, contuining loO acres
more or loss.
Dated   Aug.   22,   1911, B.6-N.S
ED.   MCGAGHRAN.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is berehy given that on the
in.st day of December next, appllca-
tiun   will     he   made   to  the.   Superiu-
'•a i. nt ol provlnolal police for
renewal of tiw hotel Itceaae to sell
liiiuor by retail in thi: hotel known
us the Union hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in the Provinoe of British Columbia.
Datcil this'ith tiny ,,f October, l'Jll.
W.J.  LIGHTBURNE,  Applicant.
NOTICE
He\ elstoke Laud District.
District ol Wost Kootenuy.
Take notico that I, Oharles Stadlcr
of Nukusp, B. C, occupation Loger,
intends to upply for permission to
purchase the following described lunds
Commencing at a post planted at
lho North East Corner of T.L. 41274,
Uiouce south 40 chains, thenco eust
about 2 cbuius to Arrow Lake, thence
ulong Arrow Luke to point ot commencement, contuining 40 acres moro
or less.
Dated September «th, 1911.
CHARLES  STADLER,
10. R. Vlpond, Agent
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given thut, on the
lust day ot December nest, application will be made to the Superintendent ol Provincitil Police lot
renewal of thc hotel licenso to sell
liquor hy retail in thc hotel known
us the Glacier House, situat at Glacier, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 28th duy of September,
1911. 30ds.
Canadian   Pacillc   Railway   Company,
Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,  l'JIO.
Notice is hereby given that, on thn'
liist day of December next, applira-
l.on will be made to the rinperin-
iin.lout of Provincial Police Ior
renewal ol the bolel license to Bell
ii'iuor hy retail In the hotel luiowtn
as thc Lardeau hotel, situate at
('omaplix, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 28th day o! September,
i'UI. ilOd*.
UUSSBU.   M.   EVANS,   AppUca-rtv ;l-
r
SATURDAY, OCToBlOR 28, l'Jll
I'HE: 1s/LJ±M-i £EEE-JLLID,  revelstoke
-SATURDAY, 0CT0I1ER 21, 1911
1
See special window displays.
C. 3- Jfume Si Co.. £imited
Mail or Telephone ymir
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.
A! Dry Goods Department 2Q
Fen-Angle Cashmere Hose
For ladies—in black, absolutely
seamless, pure wool, and full size
knit* You have our word for it that
they are the best hose to be had for
tlie money. 50C
Friday Bargains
in the Dry Goods Department
A clearing line 01
MoreenUnderskirts
No use to describe them, but simply say
they* are worth  a look, and the
Price Friday will be $2.75
A lot of Ladies'
Fancy Silk Waists
Black Taffettas,  Ecru Lace Fancy Silk,
all at a
Friday Bargain $3.90
Just a few of those
Auto Veils and Scarfs
at  one-half prices.    Quite a few people
took advantage of this sale this week
Some Beauties at $1.00
A clean up of
Dress Goods
Some   Lusters, some Fancy and Shepherd Checks, all a
Price rn Friday 25c
White Bear Coats for Baby
The cutest little coit we have yet shown
Fotne 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,
tana, browns, greens, etc.. with nice long
cord antl tassel to throw over tlie shoulder
$3.50 Each
Fall  and  Winter   Coats
If you have not yet bought your Fall or
Winter Coat or Suit, better hui ry up and
get one. We have a good selection of
suits in Tweeds and Plain Cloths, also
coats in Tweeds, Pony Cloth j, etc., at
reasonable prices.
New Lot of Ladies'Umbrellas
Some of the nicest ideas in fancy handles
we have ever shown. Some have Ions',
plain, dark handles, that we have had so
many ladies make enquiries about.
Nice, Warm Wool Underwear
The Varnetta brand for ladies; .warranted not to shrink, fashioned knit to fit;
in white or natural, lovely goods,  at per
garment
$1.25
White Flannelette Nightgowns
In colors and white, any size, up to the
large sizes. This is an exceptionally nice
lot of gowns; some with French neck and
short sleeves, from
$1.00 to $5.00
House Furnishing Dept
Carpet Squares
We have just taken in stock a
lot of the famous Schuman Axminster
Squares. Oriental and conventional
designs. Also small rugs. These
are exceptional values and very
pleasing effects.
Draperies
How about draperies for your archway and windows. We have a choiee
line of heavy mercerized Madras,
Brocketelle Silk, Silk Tapestry, all
suitable for archways and over
draperies.
Tapestry Portieres in reds, greens
and mixed effects.
Heavy Reversible Velour in red,
green and old gold, as well as all
wool basket weave wrepps, suitable
for stencilling. Colors Red, Green
and Brown.
Curtain Poles and Fixtures
Window Blinds and Fixtures
Eiderdown and Lambs
Wool Comforters
These are by far the choicest
goods on the market at the price.
Choice Eiderdown < omforters,
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
Overcoat
HERE'S a 20th Century Brand
Coat we would like to show
you. Double-breasted with convertible collar, bench-tailored in the
new check-back cloths and attractive imported overcoatings. We are
exclusive agents for 20th Century
Brand garments.
Prices, $25 to $30
Ladies'
Dress Slippers
The new ones have just arrived, bright,
snappy, lasts with the short vamps, that
Kive 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,   sma-1  bow—
Price, $4.00
BLACK PATENT LEATHER PUMP—
Cuban heel, ankle strap, Hat silk Low,
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.
Cuban heel, small bow, fits like a glove—
Price, $3.50
MATT KID PUMP dull finish kid,
Cuban heel, beaded toe, easy and comfortable.
Price, $4.00
BLACK SATIN PUMP-Made on the
new perfect pump last. Cuban heel, satin
covered, short vamp, gold beading on toe.
The new evening slipper.
Price, $5.00
t% High Class Groceries A,
T
eas
It pays to push an article. It pays
to push it to some purpose. We arc
pushing Sunbeam Tea in bulk at
40c. and ,suc. per pound. Wc waste
no energy whatever in advocating
the quality ofthe tea because people
who have bought it once will buy it
again. The intrinsic merit this tea
backs up tbe highest praise you can
give it.
Coffi
ee
We are always gaining golden
opinions from our customers when
we send litem a package of our famous fresh ground Mocha and Java
Coffee. The quality of thia nigh
grade Coffee is endorsed by thousands of delighted users. Try a
pound if you have not used it before.
Fruit
Wc arc siill receiving a few shipments ol  fruits  for preserving and
can fill vour orders for prunes, pens
peaches, quinces and grapes. The
season will soon be over and if vou
have not put up anv fruit DO IT
NOW.
Extracts
Sealey's Flavoring Extracts never
fail to give perfect satisfaction. Ihey
are unparalleled in qualitv, purity
and llavor and are featured bv 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 lhe proper way is as fine a
change as you can wish for. We
have the finest and liest cured dry
isdlish that we could procure and if
vmi want conclusive proof get a
small quantity and put them to thc
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 (irandpa. Don't
fail to see our display. BATTJRDAT, OCTOPRn 28, 1911
THE  nyrA-TL-HEI^^LID,  ZR-ETVIEiLSTOIOI!
RATIHtDAY, OCTOBER 28, 19U
Smart Fall Millinery
Speci.tl shipment by Express this morning including
NEW PATTERN HATS the latest models from thc
East.    Our Milliner) Department is always up-to-date.
New Fall Coats
Wc are showing the greatest
variety of Coats ever brought
together at any one season by
us hefore.
Prices —$14.   $18,   $^2.50   and   $25    Kach
New Fall Suits
For Ladies, in Tweeds. We
are showing die production of
three different Factories.    Vou
may depend  upon   ibe   newest
sl\ les.
$20.00 to $25.00 Each
REID & YOUNG
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MARRIED
CAMPBELL-OLIVEH - By Hie Rev.
c. A. Procunier, In 9t, Peter'a
church, Revelst.ik.*, B.C., on Oct.
.'.".ih. 1911. Cyrus Alexander Camp
bell  to Hililn May Oliver.
THL CITY IN BRItf
Keep thc 'late for the local vaii.le
ville  November  2-ttti  next.
Arthur Hemingway ol Arrowhead
haa : een appointed Justice of tbt
Peace.
Rev. llean Paget was In the ci-tj
tb - w.-ek the guest "f his brotb 't
Mr. C.   B.  Paget.
C, M Field has sold the resldenci
! Mr. Riordan, on Fifth street, iast
to Mr.  Vi. Brier.
Wiib still a lew polls tu hear Iiom
Hon. Martin Burrell's ina.ority it
Yale Cariboo Is  1890,
Rev. C. A. Procunier returned on
Monday night !r"tii a month1! holi ■
1,-iy i '.sn  to the east *
Mr. C.  B. Hume and lamily return
a Tuesday from the coast  when
tbey * two  tie tks vacation,
Poui tie. •! snow .ti Winnipeg
und Revelstoke enjoying six weeks o!
the finest tell weather "it this con
t.nent.
All curlers are requested to attend a
-  the   - ".  ball, on Tueadaj
evenin.- neit ut   S  P in .  for the   elec
* tlieers.
A.'tei • ■ a Stan
I >   Park      Vancouver,    he     e.,u>;iir,
.   .   manj    leer  In     th •
park  « is shot    ■* Thursday.
.!.  i>.  Prentice   lied on  Wed
B    C.    Mr.   I'ten
.   - *     '.'. tl        Ol    fin illl'e    in tlle
i      *   .   .ernment  In 110!
•   Ot   'be      I    .
H .-;* ■ aril] be heM Tu »day,
tlrt 'clock  .n   the  at
•  •     ■   tj  Hall.
. *'*.• das   and a
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;■*• n    in
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Th* Cm -.-•' srill       II
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nn tbe morning       I .   day
at tin        -     -
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tbe I ed whi    u    living
; *-!.u.
CHALLENGE    BRAND    EGGS
We have just received our winter stock of this
celebrated brand. Let us quote you a price by the
case.    Every en;;- guaranteed.
cylYRSHIRE    ROSE    BUTTER
None better; not any as good. If you
take your winter requirements we will
give you a price that will satisfy.
A.   HOBSON, MACKENZIE    AVtNUE
Look At This
We have ninety cords of (food, clean, dry cedar in 11 and
16 inch lengths. We also have cedar, fir and hemlock
mixed.    (Jet your orders in early for  immediate delivery.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES LIMITED
Tucker's annual reduction In prices
in photos begins Oct, ^;i and conWn
ies until January I, 1912. tome In
early Ior your Christmas photos.     Jt
Messrs.  Foote an I  Pradi l nl     who
i.ivo the contract  Ior th 'h " <»l
'.  It.  Mac,lonal.I's new  store, expect
0 have it ready for occupancy by the
imimi* within  the  next   30 .lays.
Tenders have been invited    by    the
': o\ incial govei nmeot  f"i   tbe erect
,ii nf   a    lin-lv up *i' room   and
|Uai '.'i - .'"t   tl"' resident  i
Vrrowbead.   The     ten lets ti   be    In
,y Wednesday, Novembt r tStl
Ml.    V    Q.   Hews   vest '1,1.il    pill
1 the lewelry business ol     Dlami n 1
ilall.   Ltd,   Mi    H.«    does  ni I
i  stranger t"  the city,  having
onnected with tl..* firm ol  K M    \*
uni. I.ol , some eight  >■
Mr. n. il McEachren led on W<
lay to continue     work     on tb
-i,.k I     Gl
.•laitns  j.ist   • Ight   "i'l. -   south
cit**..    Later
number ol tn.*,. will 1
letermlne tie   exti
■ .a'l.  ore M.«iy.
Brakeman  Spauldlnf
jeriousli   tij.it"'.   ii tl ■   ■
rues-day     morn   .
on Thuraday morniw     ' •
v.*,- shipped ■•■■ •   -
„ WaOertown,  NY
: Mr. Al. Urquhart
i'i. ■ Reveletoke Bundaj
.  held   i* "
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Mi   Cork "f i'i* ■ •
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t.1   r        I    a    Willi on-""   the   '
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FLOWKK    BULBS   Direct
I-'resh   HIADA   .*».*   - VIOKK
from  HOLLAND
CHOCOLATES
We have receivnl No  '.   Uul
NKW   BOOKS
!.ir^i -:n.'.'' li* li intlm, .' (l •
S|iecial Ii irwin Tulips, per do
I.lie   1 vetlK
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I Irclinsri   \ .* ietil a   ]" l im        1 Si
"Al Ifi    MllltltOI lie
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i.,.,   Ran Mi i nt. i ■ "ii     1
t*itH'i white N.ini—-i- '
Illlttir all'l  l.HK  ''all"
K ei  li'.ii.'l i* Vi      '
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Kmpresn v*m cs»i,                   So
New THERMOS BOTTLES
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I'lnU   •..'. IS         flttntts. %      '
Crocus, Snowdrops, ei,
l.tiii. h Kit, ».'   "
129 COUGH CUKK, 50c
All choice first quality Bulb*
REXALL REMEDIES lot ill ill
Stt'Ulile for iniloir or out door
nn lii-    fully   > n 'Mil'' i '1
Till: REXATJ, DRUG STORE
Mon lay, Oct, 30th, is the date   ol
the  He1 ecca  Lodge Dance,
New house dressei  In silk and wool
it   McLennan &  <'" '8.
Alex Smith was convicted    in    tbe
nil i   *.m a  i .lay   ut   rolling    a
man and sent down for three m nl b
I ill   M.m.lay   ni-R-ht   the  ilo,,is   *.*.
opened at 7 3*0 al  the Bdison theatre
.oi 1 the curtain on     Mn ! nne  Shei i>
it i       sharp.
li   i.    M< '* •    |     ..f    tb ■
Dominion     (express ofllce ben*.
.. a
Ht ai   Ml    fori
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Werine laj     ■■'     ■'•   p m   tbe B
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\ (Ol      ll     ll "'!'    '•'" M'l' '   ||( ,
ai a'l * ..' thi church
I'ltKSllVTKIUAN   t'liritl'll
lti*i* . im il 11. •   ..I   11   n
iij. and v jo p.m., Sunday icbool   tt
2:30 p.ni.   The morning subject    will
he '"I'he Kingdom" an.l  hi the even
in -   Mr.  Cork,  Held  secretary  of the
liii.i'i national  Bundaj    * liool commit
lee,   will   he   tilt!  K|ieaker.      'I'lie   iilllsie
will h" appropriate to the season.
Mr. Watson will glvo a Bftwn minute
organ rooitiil belore the ovoning service, rendering the following select
ions Largo, by Handel; Oflertolre,
by Kssmx; Finale In ll. by l.etnnii'iis;
Communion, hy Clrlson, and during
tha oltertory will play CaVntlna, by
Rult, The choir will render the nn
tb 'in Glory to Thee, uur c.i.l thia
Night, ni Him evening service and Mr,
A. Thomson will sin: "Anchorml."
Tlt« Westminster Guild will hold its
rejitlur mooting on Wednesday even
hi • nl eicht o'clock. A cordial in
vi'at.ion is extended to all*
MADAME SHERRY AT THE LYRIC
Mailattie Sii'iry is a groat inusical
s'.iow. At least, lh.it is what lhe
•ii .lienee though! at the l.yrie last
w.'ek and it. was nol slow in showing
Its appreciate n ol the players and
tlio songs,  says ibe Calgary  Herald,
Mi.lame       Shelly   Is     all   Cample      of
| what  une grenl song can do.  A song
that   is  on  evei voile's  lips  anil     runs
through the head in dreams. "Every
Little Movement Mas a Moaning of
lis Own" will always he popular ami
inimical   in   ils  ellects.
Tbe a* liuu of llie play centres ar -
ciill),! lhe wilful deceptions nf one Ifld-
wat-.l Sherry, a lake musician In Now
York. Ho keeps „ school of aesthetic
dancing and modern deportment. Into this Bohool he has Invelghled sum,'
very prepossessing young tallies, at
ibe head nf whom is a blonde Lulu,
who during lhe tirst act is the goddess of the machine; and with whom
K.lwnrd is in love. Anyotla who has
seen I.uiu will not,blame IHdward tor
that. To litis s'ltidiii ol music and
deportment, comes an uncle ot Edward's, one Theophilus Sherry, a eon
muss,'lie of Greek art. with whom tlle
comedy of the play rests.
Walter Catlett as Theophilus is Immense, lie is so learned, so dignified,
so cultured, that when be walked in-
tn his nephew's mimic academy, iii-
entry produoed roars nf laughter. The
old gentleman bail obviously strolled
in from a musty old study into a
dancing academy for the tirst time.
MverythiiiL' was new and strange to
him. lie referred to the ladies in
Greek periods and spoke with the accent of a scholar. To him the ladies
of the studio looked like the lady in
Swinburne's ballad, noble, nude nml
antique. Mr. Catlett made a hit from
tbe tirst moment of his appearance.
He gol over thc footlights from the
st.nt. and while he was on the stage
the  audience shook  with  laughter.
The Introduction of I'nclc Theophilus tn Mad ime Sherry is one ol
be  very  funniest  tunny  pirttires      in
tho whole gallery ot   musical     vig-
n»ttes.
i ll  .*- l.o.l    h   1   in   such   delightful
■ *. Th * ; h lus  as  might   be    «x-
■ ■' t   I never leaves th im again. The
i . • Hi woi Id Is blank for him.
In   tb *   tllll !   RCt   he     entertains       the
iwirty "ii in-  yacht oil Coney Island,
ind  before lh'     curtain ems down
 it the matt nu nial entanglement of h,< nephew
Th.                   red most completely
nom    '  the  evening with    Mr.
Ml     Be '.  i- Vvi nne, the
■>. :     m *   Horgan,   as
• h     ianitr ss  (,,r the  tirst
the  play, and    theri
■ t mi . Madame
f the dtseem
ladies with
I    -   Stonsr    are  all
flort     rol-
.-. ide     a
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I chorus,
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, i    wife, ip •
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hotel     or
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W wtkii       Bxpet leti'M i
. .,1,,*.,." T'  on   tn        II
etc    Pot    tcady work al
(Hme   nl   oiiee \'l
,,,i   Rivei  Lumbei  i I■''■
DbaM   H   0.
VANTEU   lave  Agents to Boll stock   /"
iii Company Incorporating lor I'ut - J
enl llrieli which will iivnlul.ioni'/.e ]
modern building e nstructlon. Ap- j
proved and highly recommended by
lea ling architects und builders in
Vnncouver. Will reallise big divid
ends, Liberal commlBglon, Only re-
spniisible parties need apply. Smith
and l(n*;.'i's, '.li'2 Pendar SttiM't west
Vancouver,  B.O,
Sewing Machines
A nice now stock of Staffer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
hy the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
slocked.
H.  MANNING,   Agent.
MISS   WRIGLEY
Lessons in Painting innl Drawing
Oils and Water Colors
Miss Wiiglev, holder ol Smith Ken-
suu'.tnii il'jigb'inil i An Master's Ccrllfi-
Inite, Croup 1, I'list-Class Certiflcaes
ior Still Lite Painting;; Ornament Painting iu monochrome toils); drawing from
llic Antique; Modelling In t lay from llie
Antique.
Winner of National Hook Prizes for
Intel ior in (liis anil Plgllre ill Oils.
A class forming for junior pupils mi
S.itunlay nfteruooti,
I'm terms upply to
MISS WRIGLltY,
Care Mrs. Haggeu.
CANADIAN PACIFIC R. R.
THANKSGIVING DAY
Monday, Oct. 30. 1011
Fare and one-third
for Round Trip
Fall Hflsiei-y
We have opened a nice
lot of our usual quality of
hosiery for ladies antl
children for the Fall and
Winter. We have had a
complete clean up of our
last season's slock and
can offer you a fresh lot,
bought in the cheapest
market, front the very
hest makers and marked
at very reasonable prices.
Every pair guaranteed
pure wool.
Gloves and Mitts
You will want something warm for the kiddies' hands
for school—and something that will wear well. We have
just what you want in all si/.os antl colors.
cTVIcLennan C& Co.
0,i Sale Oct. 27th to Oct. 30 h
Good returning Nov. 1st.
Por furthei particulars appl} to uear-
-t C, P. R, Agent,
R. G. McNEILLIE,
Ihstiict Passenger Agent,
<'iili:.ir\. Alia.
EDISON   THEATRE
ONE NIGHT, MONDAY. OCTOBER 30th, 1911
SPECIAL THANKSGIVING DAY ATTRACTION
Wonils  llii.*ee ami   l.eilerets'
^WORLDS'   I'ASKH'S Ml'Sli Al. I ti.\ll-l)V Sl l l I'iSS
\f^y,^mM^yLiz M£$mimm
\ Ev    -   'ry lit.its  cuvo-iudit Iiui'  a       tnet-i ■   luff mil   tlf     own,
TIIE ENCIIANTIHU MELODY WHOSE HAUNTI.'iC STRAINS HAVE EWTHR/ltttD THE W0I110
Il'l lhe Ihlmi Eonj ot WOODS', rRAZEE* LEDtEtB  flunomtntl Buccal.
riASAHE SHERRY
Iir OTTO HAUCKBAUH mj KABI. HOUfHNA
THJLAi:<ntING MUSIC ALSENSAT10N OF TWO CONTINENTS
A CAST OF MUSICAL COMEDY CELEBRITIES. Ineludint I "lU'i.'i «»'KSSS3
|    TUXAfSB, VOW TOIK.
THE  FAMOUS  NEW AMSTERDAM   BEAUTY CHORUS
Special Orchestra   Carried By   the   Company
TWO CARS OX' SCBNURY      lyARGE BKAUTY CHORUS
Subscriptions now lieing tnkeii   for Seats.   All subscribers  have a
Jl-lioni Option on Host Seats, previous to the opening,
SEATS NOW ON SALE AT MACDONALD'S DRUC STORE
Prices, $2.00. $1.50 and $1.00
Coors Open at 8:30
Curtain at 8:1S Sharp
f
News About Moose Jaw
THE HUB OF SASKATCHEWAN
Wr have just received word that half a block in tlie centre of
Windsor Park, our Subdivision in Moose Jaw, has been reserved by the
Government for a school site. This not only increases the value of our
property, but also demonstrates that it is situated in the centre of the
growing residential district. Windsor Park is only one mile from Main
Street and 15 minutes walk from Post Ollice and only two blocks from
the street car line. We can safely say this property vvill double in value
in a short time as Moose Jaw is rapidly forging: to a front place among
lhe larger cities of the west. Here are a few facts* Ask for our booklet of Moose Jaw published by the Board of Trade.
MoOSe 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.
MoOSe JaW has 17,000 population.   In 100G only 0,250.
MoOSe JaW has an assessment of over 127,000,000.
MoOSe JaW is a profitable place to invest your money.
WINDSOR PARK
The Best Buy in Moose Jaw To-day
$100 to $200 a Lot
Terms:   One Quarter or One-Fifth  Down; Balance over 18 Months
E. G.
J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
Foley. Manager
Mackenzie Avenue

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