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Vol. 17-No. 90
REVELSTOKE K C. NOVKVIBEK il   1911
$2.50 Per Year
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TIIEIII "AT HOME"
nra-'i
JUST   ASK  YOUR    WIFE
IF SHE WOULDN'T
LIKE TO HAVE
A NEW RANGE 7
SHE'LL LIKE THE KIND WE SELL.
COME. SEE.
WE JUST HATE TO TELL YOU WHAT YOUR WIFE
SAYS ABOUT THE RANGE SHE IS USING. BUT WE WILL
LET HER TELL YOU WHAT SHE THINKS ABOUT THE
ONE SHE WAS LOOKING AT HERE.
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Hardware Co. Lid
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Offico-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      - $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed            - 6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up                      - 5 944.278.00
Reserve        .... 5,944,278.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in Canada.
Agents in Grv.it Britain and Unittu Si-at.es— London, Kngland,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago- First National Hank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Si'iittle—Seattle National Bank, San Fran-
Cisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank ftanartment
Deposits of $1 and upward, recci.- i. .nnl interest allowed at
i-ni i i*nt rati' from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited. V
Revolstoke Branch—A B. McCleneghan, Mgr.    2
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JUST  ARRIVED
Bear Skin Coats for Children
(Brown and White)
Bonnets  to   Match
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
P. BURNS C& CO., LIMITED
OYSTERS SPRING CHICKENS
IMPERATOR AND SHAMROCK HAMS
AND   BACON
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
Robin Hood Flour Beats Them All
Mrs. H. N. Coursier carries off two first prizes
with ROBIN HOOD FLOUR. The special prize
we offered and also for the best loaf from any
flour. If you want good bread use Robin Hood—
the flour of quality.
G. W. BELL
P. O   Box 208
QROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
One Hundred Orangemen [titer
tained in Selkirk Hall-Good
Programme Rendered
Tin- officers ainl members ol I..n.l..
Nu.  1(158, entertained aboul  oue bun
died   uf   their friends nt an     " Al
Home" in Selkirk Hall on Thursday
ulght.   A splendid program ol Instrul
iiii'tit.il     music, singing and readings
were rendered during the evening, as
well  us two addresses delivered     by
Rev. W. C. Oalder and Rev, it. J. Mc
lutyi'i'. a stunt synopsis ol  which    is
given below,   Alter the  program tho
brethren Berved lunoh to their guests
ninl nt    tbe     conclusion ul tlie even-1
Ing's enjoyments the whole assembly
sang the  National  Anthem.
The Orangemen are to lie congratulated mi tin; success ul the social,
which was thoroughly enjoyed hy all
present. Rev. H. J. Mclntyre was
chairman tor the evening and announced  the following program:
1—Chairman's address, Revl It. J.
Mclntyre.
2—Instrumental, hy Mr. J.K. Watson.
3—Vocal  Solo,  Mr.  E.  Cameron.
4—Trombone Solo, Mr. Paul Samson.
5—Recitation, Mr. J. Armstrong.
6—Instrumental t piano i Myrtle
Howson.
7—Address,  Uev.  W. C.  Oalder.
8—Vocal  Solo, Mrs. Vi. Bews.
9—Instrumental duct, Mrs. McKinney and Miss M. Manning.
10— Vocal  Solo,  MrB.  McFadgen.
Mr. Calder, in his opening remarks
referred to the buttle of Inkcrman,
which occurred on the 5th ol November, 1854, as the soldiers buttle, and
exhibiting thc hest qualities oi the
race. He claimed that tbe same ■
spirit characterized the Orange association in its aims nnd principles.
Orangeism opposed no man's religion
especially that of the Roman Cntho-
lic. lt wus Rome's interference with
the state, and her eflorts to force tbu
stato to do her bidding thut Orangemen resisted. Orangeism stood for
patriotism and good citizenship for
tho sanctity and protection of ill,'
home. Tbe time was coming when
politicians could not allord to neg -
lect tbe Orange vote. Mr. Calder con
grutulnted the lodge, No. 1658, on
their spirit in celebrating the 5tb o'
November iu their social, and the
many kind friends also manifested
their interest by their presence. He
concluded bis remarks by a very pleasant reference to his years and residence in Revelstoke, expressing tho
wish thut all might enjoy lengths ol
duys and happiness.
Mr. Mclntyre in his remurks said,
these are times whtn we forget our
little ditierences in u common cuuse.
We ure interested in our country's
welfure. l'atriotism is sanctioned,
cummended uud illusiruted in thj
scriptures by muuy very thrilling examples. It is of more value than
gold or commerce, it is the foundation of nationul prosperity. After a
description ol our country, its extent uf territory, its natural resources, positiun geographically, an.l
something of its history, he said that
people from almost uli countries are
coming to us, us indicated by the request at Winnipeg ot the Bible Society fur Bibles in furty-tive lugunges.
The two great ruces represented in
CuuaJu ut tbe conquest in 1789, were
tlie Krench and English, the predom-
ineut ones today. He wished thut
men would read the terms of the tre-
uty uf 1TC3 und be would very -quickly see thut no speciul privileges were
granted the Romas Catholic church
at that time. The French ministers
plea lot the retention of a clause that
would give sunn advantage to them
but .t was scored out and only such
privileges as worship, etc., us far as
the laws ol Great Britain permit, lu
the entire treaty there is uut a word
about Roman Catholic separate
schools.
The R.C. church were nut Satisli-
ed with the public schuol system an.l
have sought to establish separate
schools, whicli breed discord, division
and arc not in the interests of weld
iug uur many peoples into one liar -
moniotis  wholo.
The battle ground was Manitoba in
1896, Saskatchewan und Alberta in
l'JOfi. Ontario 1910 in introduction ol
lllinu'iiul schools, and B.C. will soon
have to faco the issue. He referred to
the Kucharistic congress und the active  part  Judg' (rirouanl  look.     He
aa acting Governor-General, wired the
"homage"  ol our people to thc rcpre
gen tat ive oi the 1'ope.
Mr.   Chas.  Mallei,  ex-spoakor of the
House ol Commons, attended iu the
robes uf bis office, as did also Judge
Anglin     It    ■  aa  Dr.  Sproule. speak"!
oi  nt tb" l •*■ and r.i.-t Brand Mas
ter I*: Brand Lodge ol B. A., were to |
lead a nib of July procession in the
robes of his office. To this action,
permitted by the Laurier government
as well as the Indiscreet and ill bim
ed sermon oi Father Vaughan, has
been ascribed the defeat "f the Laur
ler governmenl.
Mr, Mclntyre next, touched on the
Ne Temere ilceree, passed by tha enun
eil of Trent 1540-1504, Tho council
was composed ol 1165 members ol
whom 180 were Italians, there wns
one  Englishman  and  three  Irishmen.
lie expressed himself as in sympathy   with the church if it sotighl to
emphasize the Hacreilness ol marriage
and protect the rights ol women, Ho
did not belleVe in mixed marriages,
and admitted tho right oi the church
tn Inflict spiritual  penalties sn long
as it did nut interfere with tlir civic
status of the parties coneomed. Bul
wlii'U it teaches the R.O. churoh as
superior to the state, and teaches a
man to Violate liis most, sailed plod
ge, the marriage vow, when It takes
tbe inconsistent position as Indloated
in article eight, when, through this
decree it opens the dour for Immoral
ity and deception, and does a grave
Injustice to those who have left thc
church. I protest against It ill the
nam;' of all that is right and Just.
The council of Trent, from which
came the Ne Temere decree is the
council which debated for days whetb
er women hud souls and decided in
the affirmative by only two votes,
If thc church wishes the public to
believe it is sincere in emphasizing
the sneredness of marriage, let. it do
away, make Impossible a repletion ol
the raffle in the church in Pittsburg,
in which a young woman of 20 was
raffled on tickets that sold for    ten
cents and the bachelor drawing the
winning ticket should marry her, etc.
for the Bake oi filthy lucre, the church
was prepared to sacrifice the happi -
ik's.s  iif   these  two  individuals.
Let us raise throughout the land
our voices against the iniquitous decree.
PINN CREEK
MILLS DESTROYED
By Fire on Thursday Morning—
Almost a Total Loss—The
Mills are Insured
On Thursday  afternoon  word    was
br,nighl    lu   ilu*   city   thai    thfl     Hib
lion's Lumber Company's mill at
Pingston ('nek, was totally destroy
ed by lire. Tb.* lumber tn the yards
was .rn Are also, bill I her.* is no news
as to whether the large stuck of
lumber was., total l>>ss or not. The
lire took plane about noon an.l a
heavy gale ol wind wns blowing,
which made It almost impossible to
do anything to stop the ravages of
the Hitmen.
The  insurance  carried   on   the  mill
and   lumber  in yards  is  over  $100,00(1
cr
Nixon's Camp Burned
John Nixon's lugging camp at
Deaton Wns totally destroyed hy lire
nn Thursday. Mr. Nixon only opened up bis ramp a couple of weeks ago
and the loss is a heavy one, as he
was unprotected by insurance. In
the tire Mr. Nixon lost live valuable
horses, as well as all his camp supplies.
Tomorrow afternoon the Men's
Meeting will be held in the gymnas
ium on account of the alterations to
the present building. Mr. Qeorge S.
Pnton will bc the speaker, he is one
of the leaders in the Anglican church
and his subject is one which ought
to receive g bearing, "Our Life of
To-dny." The soloist will he Mr.
Everett Cameron oi the Methodist
church.      All   men  Welcome.
SKATING Rli LEASED
By Frank W. Hopkins for tlie
Winter Season
Frank W. Hopkins, thc genial man
ager at the King Kdward hutel, has
leased tbe skating rink fo *he winter
He is now busy making improvements and 3xing up the waiting
rooms, installing beating apparatus,
etc. It is expected thut the curlers
will occupy the sides as usual and it
is the intention of the new management to open the rink, weather permitting, by December Ost next. Kam
ily season tickets und single tickets
will be issued, particulars of which
will He given  later on  in this paper.
Mr. Hopkins slates that he is muk-
Ing arrangements to have a brass
band in attendance at thc rink, at
least twice a week. It iB also stnt-
ad that from present indications,
there will he four hnckey teams this
seasod, two Benlor and two junior
and already great enthusiasm prevails in hockey circles, although the
season is in its infancy. The rink
will be amply supplied with lights as
gasoline arc lights will be instnlle.l
which can be used in case the electric
lightsshould temporarily become out
of order Thc opening of thc skating
season will commence with a grand
fancy dress carnival at whieh prizes
will be given. Full particulars of
this important sporting event will he
given through the columns of this
paper  later  on.
It is a safe prediction that Revelstoke will this season be provided
with a skating rink which the city
mny be proud of. ns the new manage
ment will spare neither time or money to make the rink attractive to
the lovers of this most healthful amusement.
uyy^j
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HEATING STOVES
We have ■ large Btock oi Belle
i ink. Sunbeam I >.il. Hot Blast
Airtight .ni'l other heaters,
with Bpeciallj heavj grates
and linings, at prii <-s to suit
all. (inr shipmi nt "J Koote-
ii.i\ and Sa&lc-Alta Ranges is
also tlu< * n I v •■ w i I be able to
lii) all orders
Hay. Hour and Feed
Just unloaded t car oi Roval
Household Flour, one oi i lau,
Wheat and Mill Peed and oue
of Timothy Hay.
Choice Groceries
Fruits and Vegetables
51
BOURNE  BROS.
fe
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
a
Anything in the Grocery Line
Fevelstoke's Philharmonic Society
A   public  meting  Will  he  held      In
the city hull on Tuesday, November
llth, commencing at » p.m., to form
a Philharmonic Society In the city.
ah those Interested in music arc Invited to he present. Home deHlrc has
i n expressed for tbe production ot
a Gilbert and Sullivan opera, and il
the tnlent ol the city heartily co-operate In such an cllort, there Is no
reason why u great success might not.
be made with the work.
The meeting will nlso consider the
best course to tnke to meet, the views
of those desirous nf forming a choral
•OClety or glee club. It. is urgently
requested that all interested will attend next Tuesday in  the city hull
HIGH SCHOOL EXAMS.
A Good Showing Made by the
Students
The figures following each name indicate the  average  perci Bi.
t'luss A-Kxaniinrd on tleometry,
Algebra, Latin authors, Latin grammar. English composition: IJ. M.
Hohbs, S3; M. Field, 84; Alfred Tap
pin*.', 81; M. Porter, 78; Fred Fraser,
77; I. Procunier, 77; (!. Urquhart, 71;
Donald Balder, 60; Val Tomlinson,67;
Leon Coursier, 61; Fred Lyttle, 47
Class B—•Examined on Algebra,
Geometry, Latin and English composition: EC, Simmon.Is, K4; L. Johnson
77; B. Corson, it: K. Sibbald, 7:); S.
Dickey. 68; L. Moran. 66; t'. McRae,
15;   M.  Lin Imark,  absent.
Class 0—Examined i n Algebra, Arithmetic, Grammar, Literature, Composition and Latin: L. Brock, 88; M.
Paget, *'c. (absent three exams) C.
Field, 88; M. Lee, ss; B. McCarthy,
81; It. Daniels, 79; L. Rteed, 78; II.
Johnson. 76; E. Abrahamson, 76 lab-
sent four esams); A. M.Carter, 72;
F. Lawrence, 72; ,i. Mclntyre, 69; M.
i.awler. 63; BJ. Robbins, 62; ii. Haggen, CO; M. Flectham, 54 i absent, four
rvimsi;   M.   Hack   .1'!;   K.   Munro,   41;
C, Chancellor absent.
in English composition ainl Literature, Ural composition, or sprcch-
mnking is one of the features. The
following are thfl pcrcenta obtained
in this subject
Class A—L.  Coursier,  ill);  F.  Fraser
SII; I). Calder, 89;     G,  Drqutart, 85; [
H.  Cordon,  Si;  Tl.  MeCarter,   83;  TL
Hobbs, S2;  I.  Procunier,  80; M. Field,
so; v. Tomlinson, B0; F.  Lyttle, 80;
A.   Tapping.   7S;   M.   Porter  absent.
ci.*,ss B—fl Dickey, Ke, m. Moran,
s:i; K. Corson, B2; K. Simmonds. sn:
K.   Sibbald.   80;   L.   J,,bison,   70;   C.
McRae, 70; M. Lin Imart absent.
Class C    11.   Johnson,  96;  K. Munro
90; M. Daniels, s7; l. Brock, 86; F*
Lawrence, BS; FB. McCarthy, 88; M.
Paget, 81; M. Fleetham, 71; B. \bra
b.inison,   70;   L.   Steed,   78;   C.   Field,
78; M, Lawler, 75; M, Lee. 74; n.
Haggen, 73; A. MeCarter, M; M.
Hack. 61;  J. Mclntyre, 59; K.   Rob
bins.  59,
Fresh lot of Christie's Biscuits such as Arrow Roots,
Cocoanut Bar, Sandwiches, Ginger Cakes, all at lowest prices. New Dried Fruits beginning to come in—
Peaches, Apricots, Raisins and Currants are  now in.
JOHN MdNTYRi: Ai SON       PHONE JK5
Shippers and Packers for the Hills
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Distributors for Swift's Products
Brookfield
BUTTER
EGGS
CHEESE
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
High Class Meat Purveyors
Phono 251
P. O. Box 181
Diamond Hall, Ltd.
We have just added to mir stock a choice assortment of
CUT GLASS, including:
BERRY BOWLS NUT BOWLS
CREAM AND SUGAR SETS WATER SETS
CELERY TRAYS OLIVE DISHES
and many other dainty pieces
While the quality is the best, you will find  the price
reasonable.   See our special Cut Glass Bowl $476,
F. C. BEWS,  Jeweler and Optician
Card of Thanks
I wish, mi  behalf of myself and the
mother of my late husband, k. a.
Spauldlng, ti, tb.ink CHacler Lodge of
B.R.T., fnr their great kindness and
lor benefits received during our    ro-
'■: nl     .nl   Ium i'n vi'mcnt.
MRS.  EB, A.  SPAULDINO,
East Rydtnun,   N,  Y.
Wins an Automobile
Mms Shells Sweeney won the Kam
loops Standard first, prise, a Ford
automobile, with ,i total vote ot 18,-
414,000.  The second prise, a     semi-
< Irand  piano was won by   Miss Smith
of Kamloops, by a vote of 14,281,460
MisH Sweeney formerly lived In Revelstoke, nml is tin' daughter ol Mr.
Thomas Sweeney, C.P.R, engineer, of
Kamloops,
Thi' Kamloops Standard say*!—
"Miss Sweeney, the winner of tlm
automobile,   is a popular   winner   and
received an enthusiastic ovation   us
she     stepped on  the platform.    Much
oheertog ami  clapping  greeted     the
announcement oi eaeh winner anil it
u.is evident thai the results ;nv
gratifying to everyone.
G'mrfj! Clothes
Our Clothes are made to fit
the personality of the wearer.
Special styles are designed for
men in all walks of life. You
can always rely upon the sewing, the lining, the fit, the tailoring. Just now we are showing some striking effects in fine
tweeds and worsteds.
SNAPPY   STYLES
FINE    QUALITY
McRae
Mercantile C<?„ Ltd. SATURDAY, NOV, llth, 1911.
THE IlUEA.IL-IEIEIR^r.ID,  REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, Nov. llih,  mu.
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
^ HAT DEVELOPMENT
OF SUBMARINE BOATS
Britain's Fleet ot "Sea Wasps"
Now Have Surface Radius ot
2,000 Miles
At the beginning of tbe century ilm
submarine was regarded, hot. without
justification, ns a scientific toy. The
j French bouts of tlie Qustave /.e-ile nnd
^=
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Fire at Nelson
Nelson. Nov. II—A lire broke outfit
G08 Lake Btreet, owned by Agnes
West, at IO18O yesterday morning, resulted in the denth ol two women,
.lesKii' LaShe nn.l Paulino Payaa mnl
mini' ur less serious  injury     to    two
others. Th" blaze apparently began
in the kitchen nnd in a few minutes
had completely gutted the house.
Most of the inmates were usl.'i'p at
the time nml those who escaped
forced to make their exit Irom
dows, some springing onto lb.* roof
of the adjoining Iiousbb and   others
dropping to  the  sidewalk  at   the risk
of  their  lives.
A Ohinaman, alter
a fire in the kitchen,
woodshed at thi rear
Stop Ii
ware
win-
J
Che ODait-UDcvalb
PUBU8HBD   WEDNESDAY   AND
SATL'HH.n   AT
REVELSTOKI.  11.   C.
Jntcclot ipubltsblnfl (Jompanfi,
Limited
ADVBRTI8IN0 RATES.
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uisertiun. a Rents per line each
iubseiiuent insertion. Measurements Nonpariel il- lines make
one inch.) Store and general
business announcements i2.itl) per
inch per uiuuth. Preferred positions, _'i per cent, additional,
ii.rths, Marriages and Deaths, SOc
each insertion.
Land notices $7.60. All advertisements subject to the approval ol
tbe management. Wanted and
Londeused Advertisements : —
Agents Wanted. Help Wanted, S.i
Uations wanted, Situations Vacant, Teachers Wanted, Mechanics
Wanted, 2'i words or less, Mc,
each additional line 1-U cents.
Changes il -standing advertisements must be in by 'J a. m.
Tuesday and Friday oi each week
to  secure   good  display.
00RRE8P0NDENCE Invited on mai
ters ••: i",..L.c Interest. Cotn-
munications to Editor must be
nee* mpnnied by name of writer
n.'t necessarily lor publication,
Van     ■'.    . .M.i.TiiM of good  faith.
Corros i lence  should   be   brief.
SUBSCRIPTION  RATES
Including postage to England, United Btates mn! Canada.
Bv the year tthroush postofllcei J'i.r.n
lepend upon it that Orangetsm an.l
thi Protestant spirit ol this oauntry
will dn tbi'ii  best to put hiH gavorn
 nt   mit   ol      power.    Personally     1
h ive considerable respect tor Sir Wilfrid apart Irom the above named
aits. While an Orangeman and In my
political leanings Conservative, I
cist my vote in two elections fnr Sir
Wilfrid and the Liberal party, bul
■ I*uld not conscienlously do sn in the
recent   election. Yours,  etc.,
W.  C.  CALDER,
RevelBtoke, B.C.,  Nov. 7. 1911.
Narval classes, with displacements
1 Varying  frnm    seventy  to  '22i\    tons,
Were good for little except, to issue
| Irom     harbor to attack the enemy's
batt.biieit where that battle-fleet was ^^^^^^
! never likely tn bel The best speed wns i l" sP1*t Wl""1'  Looking np sonn „
! said to be about fifteen knots on the
j Burlace and  eight knots    submerged,
while  the  radius  ,,( action   was     626
and   S'-venty live   miles  respectively.
Agnlnsl those, set the British boats |
,,;  the "P" class now passing     Into
h ai ict«, .nil the "18" class building.;
The former are liOO tons displacement
anl the latter will be ol &00, nr per
llups, evi ii 1,000 Inns. In spee.l there
Is iinconsiderable advance, sixteen
knots on tho surface and ten sub
merged being the figures given for
"II" class, lint the radius of action
is enormously increased. All British
boats, from "P." class onwards —
that is, Sixty-Six ill number have a
surface radius of 2,000 miles,     which
■E'
HUGE AREAS OF
ANTHRACITE COAL
sub-
pop
and
far
SATURDAY,  NOV. llth.  1911.
UMUQNS
Wll vr ORANGEMEN   DID.
M .* mt   Forest   i '**;'.'■ lerate   *w e   do
* - y  •*   'u.si epreaeut  Orangeism
ft'e do   not   intend
to dn so.   But we do mean to
Id   not   in.-r.'pre
sent itsel -     ng the great chiel
ieral party In Canada on ac
count  . ! hia     extraction    and faith,
with   Nat,nual
.-•:.    -  ■ .    p] *.::* i in tbat Mi. Bor len
has n em ugh tor both
repudiations ol   less
than .*. yeai   ■
'■'   . Herald:—
Sir,—The enclosed clipping bas been
•-•nt    me      inonymously.     1 wish to
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representation.     "Ores*! illt 1 .my man
thei "extraction
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to t i
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Inr ' .'■     •      ' iu    oi  the  Milli t .
the !*' parade In Montreal   ..
year ago.   The failure to ,'.ik" action
;n preventing ;,':*•    Nm Temere decree
iieiDc promulgated In Canada.     0
anecism iner not view with coraplac
pn. y tin' presence ol Nationalists   In
the Borden   cabinet.      OraOgeism  will
.   port Mr. H* rdi n so far ns he pivei
■iln- -tountry goo! government.
(he '*  - *""t   "f  th-    I st
i i* ul    ■ iIon   i * *' ve    mil
„   ' i .    |g ti i,.; in • to Rome, be can
Ifaneouver Man Discovers Immense Coal Fieids in Northern B.C.
i    .-.*  Areas ol Coul       Ki   t££QQQ
h    announcement  ol the discovery
anthracite  coal   fields  so immense
Ibit the output  will only be govern-
:  hy the demand, and     of a quality '
ond to tm ui the American con-
i i nt aiid equal to the Welsh pro-
li.ct, is made by Mr. R.Campbell
.1. linston, whn has returned to Van-
ii aver after having spent flve mon
tl ' exploring thc great coal ureas
situated in the neighborhood of the
hi ad-quarters ol the Skeena, Stikine,
1   Naas livers. 1
i' is hard to overestimate the com
mercial Importance ol the discovery.
During the many months which Mr.
V mpbell-Jobnstau spent in the
"Cround Hog" coal fields, he only
covered a portion ol the district, but
th it portion Included an area ol *21i>n
'Mali* nub's, containing wide, deep
rich -earns of Una anthracite pon-cok
*!■• and Bmokeless coal, giving 84J
p r cent, enrbon, the most suitable
in the world for mercantile, marine,
an l   lamestic purposes.
i ocnted as it is on the fifty Heventh
parallel and distant only frnm ino to
I""  miles  from  the  *-• • ■ il >w
coal held can command the whole coal
market of the Pacific ocean, Including
fi • markets of the ' Irli nt.  while tl
* ui,it.mi ol bhe coal makes tremark
al ' ' eas-.   ol access
Mr. Campbell J  	
manager and consulting  engineer (or
ili'     British     Colum
Quebec, composed ol such men  *
!:.  O.  Scott, late     pi the
*'   & St.  John  Railroad;  M
T    Ro Bank
i iu bee the Hon,  1..P.  Pellet ei   ■
t-i sti'i i'.il! i al       3ei itoi
\   E.  Douci
i  r  of the  Tra;:
1 Mr   !.   a, Benoit
n   naging director.
■ be compaay has a churl *   I
.  i net a railway  Irom  I be * ial
to the Nasago Gulf,  neai   thi   *
ii   s ia- rivei    and    » il
start surveying the line  next   -
in  "H" class is  doubled,  and in
class will he greater still.
There is no noed to give the
merged   radius   for   these   boats
un Imi*   almnst   like a Wild   .luck.
therefore,   never  need  to travel
submerged.   The   earlier   French boats
used   to lake  about  live  minutes      to
submerge.   Moreover,  instead  ol    being stu,,.ilh  water craft, they are abuut  the most weatherly ships in    the
navy:   they   need   no convoy  but    can
i-n anywhere with tha aid of a single
ship  to  guide  them.
They hive traversed the North Sea
fi mu the mouth of the Thames to the
Firth of Km th ni winter; even some
of the oldest ships irf the "A" class
made the voyage from Portsmouth to
Hi li-- Kong with their crews living
on hoard.
"D" class and all subsequent ships
ii any rate, will be fitted with a
wireless instalment, and will carry
on.* or more uulck-flrlng cutis. The
old "hog back" lin'tii of hull has dis
nppeared, an.l the boats are now ship
shape, uflording a Hush deck nn which
the guns can In* mounted, a special
cam-mounting   permitting  them     to
be       brought   to   the   deck   level       all!
hniis.il when the boat is    about     tn
Bubmerge,
Inside, thirteen hammocks can lie
slim.' lm* the crew, while the officers
are even provided with knee-hole tables. There are. nf course, air-locks,
an.l safety helmets In all tin* newer
tn enahle the men tn escape in
case ol tccident. The crews still re-
, m v,     ii trd ;■, ing m te pro-
llt   th *   *! s.*..in.',,i t   lias   lieen
mum.
Sow.    what    do ■-    It      nu* in It
means    tbat    tb.-     "mightiest  i
"  In-  taken the defensive
* *■ * ;, *|S Of
i tt     inferiority,
from  :■  tin- very spear-head     *:'
-   warfare    It be     a
'''"'''•'"' that „   [irmgia^
*-.      ■    the    iii -   ■'
ist    to    g'
would  he the  first. i str>ke       Bn
having slaried
hnl  gon'  I" a
nl   the building
.er
ward he saw (lames inn -ling from the
bouse, it is believed thai tin* lire
started ia sonic manner from the
kitchen stove.
I The neighbors were firs! aroUBed by
the piercing screams ol Ibe horror
stricken women, nn.l Kaiuiy Coleman
'housekeeper al Hall Stanley's saw
Viola Martin hanging from the side
of a front window. She rushed across the street, s.'i/e.l a mattress
frnm a pile of bedding mi the porch
nf No. 2."i2, mid placed it beneath the
window.in all likelihood saving Miss
Martin's life by bet presence of
mind.
Tin* firemen arrived mi  ibe aw-oe a
few   moments   after   tb.'   alarm      had
been sent in and pul  two streams Initio the building,  but  the conflagrat-
! ion   hud   already   gained   fierce   bend *
' way  and   it   was  au   hour   before  tbey
could bring it under control.
In the excitement it was believed
thai all the Inmates had Bscaped and
not until the fire was prn"tln»lly extinguished was it. I.n iwn that two
bad   perished.
NOTICE.
iiurt of  West   KoOte-
Revelstoke, In   the
"Plans  Cancellation
It      is  estimated   that   tt
.* -hipped from thi
ic   GuM lor 12.50 .,  T*"'*      Prom
• the company will ship   '  :    ■
■ the Pacific coast an I
to ' 'luua and Japan   P >i
i" conveying tbe ,
*   n will h illd  tu**
■   tfaip direct   to ail
: a    Pat a
fiC     M'MliSt of
h«v-
mense bunkers
•   m t less than
■       * J port.
lUtpIlt
:. •      .      fields will    '■ 100
.   .a   the opera
11   ..t :;, ind        tin'
I 860 train      *,*',, the  • .
■ ,.-  empluj in- * t   to 1
"i v may also
hi     t '        hmenl    I
Rupert
I the '   core    of   towi
i* the in.i. i. ■      '   *i  Itself.
• the month spent In travel
a ;, mapping, tabulal ng id con
i'ing ths geology and coal
■icens, Mi, Campl ill John toil was ■
iiccoropanied by his wife, who Jliddr
l ail the hardships Inseparable from
* ii work without a murmur. She
■ turn-id with her husband It every
i ,y  licit  t   fnr  the  trip.
'
irm-
■  •   bnttli
•
, em and oi
•h" enemy
imi ng  hi
,.   . ..
ii
■' . ■ a     *   ii    ,        at
lUSl    "ithei    sink
-
*    ■ iy that
lame!  N* I
■
*   , !'    *
...
ll
nise • * .!•
■
I man.-    -vifb  the
■
then
.-    ,     torn      ■ ■
1   •        i     -
in I  ,,   maximum rad
'
■
*
*
h iven   bul    n   Hd tbc       /'* I
fl '.III     lll**,*l     tO   T ' '.I      IH    Hi
tended  to  be  used  offensively     three
ai Ired  miles from her ba
time.
In the County (.'
nay,   hidden  al
Matter  of  the ^^^^
Act."   1900.
and
In the Matter of John Andrew Mala
to cancel Plan   D-IHA tiled in the Land
Registry  Office  at   the   City   of  Nel-
snii. B.C.
To All Whom it  Maj  Concern,
Notice is hereby given tbat the
petition of .lohn Andrew Mara dated
the 2Mb day of October, 1911, fnr an
order  cancelling  and  annullng     and
a nd'ing all that portion of map or
plan i■■inA,  Block  A. Revelstoke,   de-
scribed  ns follows:
Commencing at a point opposite to
the West sub* ol Kootenay street, and
the Smith side ol Douglas street, and
running nlong thc South side (iO feet,
of DouglaB street 4'.l2.;ii; feet to a
post *-mith of the centre of Block 40
Plan 649, tbence in a southerly direction 12",.4\ f-vt to a pnst on the
bank of the Columbia Uiver, thenee
in a westerly course m21 leet, thence
Northerly 141 leet to the South East
erly boundary ol Canadian Pacific
Railway Company parcel f>, thence
Easterly 67 leet to tbe Masterly end
. Canadian Pacific Railway Company pan-: '. tbence in a Northerly
• the east inl of Canii ii iw iy Company parcel 5, 40.37 et, thence Northerly 20
feel   ■     • point of cr,mmenc-*ment
■itreet.   will   he heard  be-
.1 : l_'e Porin at   the
City of   Revel-
lumbia, i n Thurs-
'  Dei  mber,   V.D.
it t ' Ck    in
r so soon there ifter
:,   ii   .
toke   B.i     tb a Iftth
•: 1911.
'   K   GILLAN,
•   John An Irew  Mara
r
How to get I
a pure white!
If you are the man that has
been buying Ins shoes anil
furnishings on time; stop it;
\ou are wasting money.
Remember, it, is not what
you earn, ii is what you save
ihat counts. Thai's why so
many men (men who know)
are now buying their shoes,
clothing and furnishings
from JOHN HULL. Hardly
anybody would believe that
such high class gooils could
be sold for so little money.
But then the reason is simple; he sells for cash, that's
why 1110 SELLS SO REASONABLE. 01' course if you have
bought goods here before
you don't need to be told
lhat our qualities are worth
noticing. We are showing
an excellent range of Stanfield's Underwear just the
kind i'or this weather and
our shoe department is full
of such well known lines as
J. & T. Hell's, Doctors
Special, and Dr. Reed's
Cushion Shoe—the easiest
shoe on eerth, and McPher-
son's line shoes for men who
know.
ItOOTKNAY      LODGE,  No.  '*B A.  F
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MAS
iiMC "WIMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Viaitiug brethren are
cordially  welcome.
ROBT.  liOHDON,  W.  M.
W. B. ROBERTSON, Becretary.
SELKIRK     LODtlE  12,  1.  U.  O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hnll nt 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren  cordially  invited.
J.   S.  HOOLEY,   N.  G.
JAS.  MATHIE,   Secretary.
(JOUBT      JIT.      BEGBIE,    No.  SMI.
OF I.  O.  F.
M'jets in 1. U  O. P.  Hall noit   to
Tapping's Opera  House  every  second
uni  fourth  Mouday  iu month.   Visit
uij;  brethren cordially  welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   b.   OAMERON,   Rec.-Hoc.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,       K.  ot    P.,
NO.  26,   HEVELSTOKE,   11.   O.
Meets every   Wednesday  except    tht
I'liud Wednesday of each month      iD
Oddfellows'  Hall at 8 o'clock.   Vialt
lU|j   Knights are cordially  invited.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, C. C.
G. H. BROOK. K.  oi H. & 8.
     M. ot F.
C.  W. O.  W.
Mountain  View Camp,  No. 229.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wodne*
days    In  each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen arc
cordially invited to attend
H.  W.  EDWARDS, Coa. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Olerk.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial  Bank  Building  Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Olllces—Rovelstoke,    B.   0„     and
Craubrook, B. C.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A.  M. Pinkham,
Revelstoke,
J. A. Harvey
Craubrook
HUBERT  SMITH,
Provincial  Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
-UcKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX   1U6,
Engineering
REVELSTOKE
11
W A L L I C E
ARCHITECT.
Box. 282, Reveletoke.
Plans and     Specilications  prepared
for     all    classes     of buildings, Etc.
Draughting and Blue  Printing.
FOR HALE    Ni
in  cai   Int
,-*,*i(ni"i> Arm
.  I  ll.ile-d  Tllnn'bi  bay
i\|i|l*h    <M.;      D'lWflld.
B.C
T'     obiect of
-ers and cooks
i pore whi'f loaf
. this object is Attained
. ■>: of
puRiry
FilOUR
i   i.a   hard-wheat
if d£_.rJi'J!y snr-T'or
■_'-.   1   bakes into*
">ci. you
- *>lly beautiful white loaf you must use
V™*VURITy
hard - wheat
\ comfoi table i wo  dors   bo
Pourth  itreet    H.N, Coursler
*.', V  I■KI)    P.ni
i.'.Hm .  mui i
.1     II     .l.dtn
)l   mid   (llhn:
second    bund    Boh
I,,*  in  good   repali
ui, Malakwa  or  Mmi
at,
LIQUOH act, laio.
Notioe is hereby given that, on the
mm  duy  of  Becember  next,  applica-
tlon      will    be ma*de to  tho  Superiii-
*■ nt   of      Provincial   Police    Ior
renewal    of the    hotel license to Bell
*  i   by  retail  In  the  hotel  known
ae  the St.  Leon hotel, situate at St.
Leoa,   In   the      Province  of       British
** un.
im 28th  day ol Biyumbsr,
.in.ii.
HKBBBRT  I 0U8INS, Applicant
NOT UK
Reveletoki   Land Dletrlflt.
District ol   West  Kootenay.
...tn .* that *iiiiiiM*.  \   Shields,
. toke, in Itlsh i olumbia,   oc
. -iiiin.a,  Packer,  Intends  to   upply
Ioi  i» i ml ston in imi chase the follow
.. icrl ied lands
nmiii";.' ng nl   '  posl  plantod   at
■ ..iiiei   ,.f Lot  2779,
Group . *   lOter iy Dlsti li t, Q,
t   ,  md  marked  "James  A.  Shields
B-OUth      Kuhi    i   .nui*     Pott,"  thence
west about twenty chains mon or
less to tiie south-east corner of Lot
2712, Oroup i, thenoe north 10ehains
I li"iu i* "nut, EO chains mors or less to
tbe north west corner ol Lot 2773,
thenoe south 10 chains to point of
commencement, und gontainlng     so
ai i' * more or less.
Dated August 29th, P.m.
JAMES   A.   SHIELDS.
Andres Kitson, A^ent.
Your Electric Fixtures
If they go wrong, don't worry, but just
Phone to No. 284 in the day
or No. 40 at Night
nml they will immediately be attended to. There is
nothing we can't do in this line as years of experience
with electrical machinery has given us an insight into
the business that could not be obtained otherwise.
Don't Rwear when the lights go out.   Let us do that
for you.
I   A. G. DUCK,   -   General Manager
Store and Office, Old Howson Block
&
mm CLIMAX RESTAURANT
aim.Mi.im i 11  — OPEN NIGHT AND DAY
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant - Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR, cTVlanager.
Player Pianos, Pianos and Organs
our reputation is well known fnr Bquare dealing.
We cun give you better prices,  better qunlity,  than any
other house in the trade.
WHY?   Call and we will prove ihis statement up to the
hill.
Revelstoke Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
J. Binghr.ni, Prep.
coal:
coal:
THREE   CARLOADS OF
Wellington Lump Coal,
ORDER NOW BEFORE ALL GONE
$11
PHONE 60
S.G. ROBBINS,  - FIRST STREET
t ; " "*\
Fresh Groceries, Vegetables and Fruit
Order now your winter's supply
Best on the Market
D. GALL1CANO, 2nd Street, Near Railroad Track
I
Do You Want Windows, Doors, and Finishing
It will pay you to net our Prices belore purchasing elscwhcr
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY* We curry a large stock 0
Windows and Doors and can fill your orders promptly. We will
be pleased to nice you a delivered quotation on anything you
require. We manufacture windows, doors, mouldings, storm
sasb, screens, cabinets of all kinds, tables, turnings, store and
bar fixtures, church seals and pulpits, door and window (rallies,
finishing ol all kinds, etc. We are large dealers in sheet, fancy
and Plate nbiss, shingles, lath, etc.    Write for l'rices.
S. C. SMITH LUMBER CO.. Vernon. B. C.
Storm Doors and Windows
is VOUR IIOUSK WARM? Did y<
small outlay In Storm Windows and
make mur home more comfortabl
windows nr doors Installed in the :<■■<•
luel lulls, del your order In Immeil
Vou willnevei regret it. Let us sin
the necessary measurements We v,
will save imr.11,*v t.y purchasing fro
dows. Doors, Mouldings, Cabinets, '
tures aud finishing of all kinds
II you want I.nne t emeul and P
Kalsomine or  Brushes, plain and I.
.nnl i a" *r,c\"U lhc best prices nbti
ini,-v No order is too small nor i
hnnitle.   We will  gladly  furnish y
ui ever slop to consider that a
Moors at this time of year will
■■? Vou will save the cost of
ing lhat il will make in your
atelvalld get llle full benefit,
I our man around and take
ill save yon trouble, and you
ui us. We manufacture \Vin-
I'ables, Store and  Office  I'ix-
laster or paint for inside work,
nn y Sheet Class, we have it,
in,ible in large or smalli|uan-
0 order too large for us to
m with prices on anything we
sell or tiiiiiiulaclure. _
The Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
P, O. Bi
I'hoiic No  J-sl
RliVEWTOKB, n. 0. SATURDAY,  NOV.  llth,  1911.
tiecie: zmz^ixj-zhzeir^lix kevelstoke
SATURDAY,  NOV.  llth,  1911.
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
W1
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its larpc number of branches, agents ami 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 Am
Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, murks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or.-uiv other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at Tbe Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH —F. M. GIBSON. MGR
Our Doctors Anli=Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a long felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of the famous Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
■)£ TTIETHERyoubuy
•v qua'.i'i' or price, you
can h y t i be»t ndvantaje at the
Fit-Reform Wardrobe.
i'it-Ref-.irm   Suits   and   Overcoats
•art at ;'li"  -and run to Jjo ami up.
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATEDtl05B
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund    - -    $4 600,000
Has 83 Branches io Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ali the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERA'- BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.     Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, 8. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
You   enn't measure    Fit-Reform
quality   1 y   any other standard,  simp'y because
Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoat) ire in a class by
themselves,
' ono could ulmost sny, crowilc I, Ly un
enthusiastic audience,  nnd tftvJ great
artist,  was heard  in u progruni     not,
I only    comprehensive but one   which
tested and well displayed in „ decis-
| ive manner,  his     mature    virtuosity
[ and won him numeroua recalls wi Ich
he graciously acknowled'.d nnd    re-
spomied  to by playing enci.ve.-i. .liter
'the concert   llnmlioupg  w.ii  suiiimon-
I ed to an interview with the Duke ar.d
' Iiuchi'Bs who congratulated h'ni -ipht
I heartily upon his splendid [r.igram;
! chatted about, and  wished trrri every
success on the     present tour   bi   i3
making from const to coast r.i t.'ad-
uda.   When at home, in London, Ham
bourg is greatly in -demand lor "request concerts," and he has frequently   appeared   before   Royalty.
Mr. Hamlmurg is to play at Hdlson
theatre on November 30th. Tho plan
is open at Bingham's Music store or
C. R.  Macdonald's. drug store.
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
LOWER ARROW LAKES NOTES
Needles, B.C., Nov. 8—Wc huve had
some tine and enjoyable weather lute
ly tor this time of the year. Land
clearing has beem going on at a considerable pace this last three months,
amongst others Mr. A. H. Green, of
tha lirm of Green & Burden of Nelson, arc clearing a 10 acre lot adjoining the Needles Ranch.     It is    a
The crops on the whole were very
go il this season and colonizing is
going on at a rapid stage, us some
till.crn families came in recently from
the prairies who have taken up several hundreds of acres of lands near
tl*' Watshan lake. No doubt we will
soon see a farming country in that
Part.
Mr. Geo. Shiell will bc absent for
ths biggest part of the winter, as he
intends  trapping  near     Hams Creek,
Revelstoke Plumbing, Heating & Sheet Metal Co.
Estimates given for Sanitary work, Electric Lighting, Hot
Air, Water, Steam Heating and all kinds of   Sheet   Metal
Work.
Baths, Lavatories, Water Closets, etc.
Prompt attention given to all orders.
See Our Show Room on Connaught Avenue
Phone No.	
Box 401
good opening  for several of our resi-   where he  is  at  present busy   making
dents  who  are  working at  it  under   preparations.
the  supervision  of  Mr.   McLeod,      as
Another naw arrival in our midst,
Mr. Durrant, a church of England
missionary stationed at Edgewood,
liu will also visit Needles periodically
HELD NOTES
GET   WISEI
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knowe him, he will
tell you that the whiskeys we are
selling are the best. Call and lie
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey) our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
30 years old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold by all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dsalsrs In Purs Wines, Liquors, Cigars snd Clgarottos
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON, B. C.
Have a very fine assortment uf FRUIT TREKS
Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale are Ljrown in our own Nurseries
on the Coldstream  Kstate
ll. D. Curry,
General Agent,
Vernon, B, C,
Geo. Matheson,
Local Agent,'.
Revelstoke, B, C
foreman.
One of our new residents is soon ex
porting a Faultless Stumping mach -
, ine to arrive and intends to straight
! en up    about 10 acres of lund before
the snow flies.
Accidents  will  occur with the best
of teamsters.   On Thursday afternoon
last Mr. O. G. Geberts' team     stam-
Tiedeil from  his      pre-emption    about   that a  bad  beginning  mr.kes  a  good
three  or four miles distant from his   ending.
ranch  on the  government road,  fort-,
unately nothing serious occurred,    as
next day he had the team at work.
Prom what rumors ar2 abroad,
Messrs. Kelly & Orielly have disposed of their interests in the Iron Rod
mine and chances are that the owner
of Ice Cream Valley mny dispose of
his ranch. It is a clear sign that
fruit growing must be a payable
scheme as several  folks have  bought
We nre having a taste of our January  blizzard,   but  hope  in  this case
Skatiug is the order of the day now
the boys have fixed up the ice west
of the C.P.R. yards with electric
lights, etc., and old and young are
indulging  in  this best  of all  recrea-
It is our duty this week to camn-
ic!e the snd news of thc death ot
Little Edith Raymer. which occur* i
in the Golden hospital on Thur-nlay
morning,   Nov.   2nd.   The   little    one
lake     front    lots in the    locality of   w'ls operated on for nppe idicttts and
Needles.   Mr.      Oswald,     lately  from   ^meti   to be doing  atj.y,  hut  torn-
of
North Dakota, bought 10 acres on the   '•O'-np'iO-it.ions
west side of the Arrow lake and Mr.   l
Meyers  bought  fifteen  or  twenty  acres     on  the  east  side.   Apple  Grove
is coming to the fore as some of her
inwi-d    troublt?
The funeral was
livid in Golden on Friday afternoon,
a large number went do v■■ f.-om here
t.i    attend,    nnd  four  gills     jchi.ol
residents took a  notion of     forming   " utcs'   werp   pal1
bear;
a Conservative Club which will no
doubt be a success as quite a number of folks in the Slocan district have
already joined, the name being the
Apple Grave  Conservative Club.
Gasoline launching is not anything
out  of the way as we are privileged
iny of the town anu
es out to the  parents
their only child.
T.ie tyro-
comrr.Liniy
n thin losf
Congratulate Mark Hambourg
His  Royal  Highness  the  Duke      ..I
( * unnnght,  together  with  tlie  Dwh-
"n.",, ,, "    .""   ~"u"~" ^.V ~,   ess ol  Connaught and  party,  ntl^nd-
with half a dozen between Edgewood .   .
id Mark  Hnmhourg's recit.a  in     il.e
and Needles.
Mr. June Irom Burton City seems
to keep himself busy by coming down
the lake to deliver supplies to the
surrounding residents here, his prices in Canada, thc occasion was a notable
of groceries being favorable he cer- ] one with the Royal box tbe cynosure
tninly gets g fair share of the trade,   of all  eyes.   The house was  filled   --
Rut-Hell theatre, Ottawa, r.'Ciiit'y, nnl
as it was the first pu>..: appearaaoB
of the new Governor Geuerul :<ircc
tbe reception tendered on L.s nrr".'..l
The underwear
without a fault
Just the
style, size
or   weight
you    like
. i
Pen-yingle
1 Underwear and Hosiery
for any season or climate,
for man, woman or child;
at the right price.
And it won't shrink!
DKCNKKNlNluSS
»
CAN   I»K   CITRP1D.
OU Fallacy Tbat Drunkenness Cannot
Be Cured Exploded.
Many men drink who desire to stop
the habit. Whinky, however, has undermined the constitution nnd crenteil
a craving that is not to be denied,
and the man mum have whisky ur
something that will remove the erav-
Ing and build up tbe system and re-
Btore the nerves.
Samaria Prescription stops the craving, steadies the nerves, builds up the
general health and makes drink actually distasteful and nauseous, lt Is
tasteless and odorless, and can be given with or without the patient's
knowledge, In tea, coffee or food, lt
Is used regularly liv Physicians and
Hospitals. It has cured thousands in
Canada, and restored happiness to
hundreds of homes.
Read   what   Mrs.   C. ,   of   Hull,
says of It and what it did for her:
"It Is four months tn-day since*' I
starts-d to use yuur Remedy I followed ths direction!., and had "ic best of
results. One week after i starn-d using your Remedy the patient stopped
drinking, and lias nol drunk a glass
of liquor since. 1 hope you will accept
my heartfelt thanks. Hoping God will
bless your Remedy whenever tried, 1
remain, ,*,
Mrs. a , Hull, Que.
(Name   withheld   by  request.)
Now, If there is anyone in yonr
town who needs this Remedy, tell
Ihem of IL Practical philanthropy
can take no better form. If you have
a husband, father, brother or friend
who drinks, help them help themselves.     Write  to-day.
A FREE TRIM, PACKAGE of Samaria, with Booklet giving full particulars, directions, testimonials,
price, etc, will be sent ln a plain sealed package to anyone mentioning this
paper. Correspondence sacredly confidential.   The trial package alone has
confidential. Write to-day. The Samaria Remedy Co., Dept. 46-49, Col-
borne St., Toronto, Canada. Also
for Sale by 0. R. Macdonald, Druggist, Revelstoke, B. C.
FOR SALE
EIGHT-ROOMED
HOUSE
Half a Block East of McKenzie
Avenue
I'or Terms snd Particulars applv
D.    R.   McKENZIE
revelstoki;
FURNITURE
We carry a complete slock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props. *
Enlarged  «n(j Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenient*!
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
T.    ALBERT     ST03STE      PBOP.
FOR SALE
Rhode Island Red Chickens
F. G. Buff Leghorn
Parred Plymouth Rocl-s.
Pekin Ducks
Endden Geese
Young and old stock at reasonable prices.
Write or Phone to
Hw   Grovo Poultry Farm
MRS. R. A. UPPER.
Revelstoke, B. C. Phone 212
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP—
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
R. Z. 'CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
Wood fop Sale
First class wood, any desired length and in any quantity can be had by leaving
an order at S. McMahon's
blacksmith shop.
Phore No. 87
DAN MclNTOSH
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for   Flexitime   Electric
Signs
UNION HOTEL
ARBO I HKAU, B. C.
Special Attentmn Kiven to commercial
men and tonri-ta. Kirat-claiu eample
rooms. Fine-at wen-fry in British Columbia, overlooking Up)>er Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop
14 Villa Lots
Close to Revelstoke
From 2 to 1 Acres Each
Very Suitable for Market
Gardening.    This proper-
is   cleared.     For Prices
and Terms apply to
W. B. ROBERTSON
Real Estate and Insurance
Corner McKenzie Awe. and 2nd St
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. Hi-d S>  mil I?. h«n» » ,,
Shop in Alley hack nf K. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
hy the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H.  MANNING,   Agent.
tRIMKABI.IV.
Purchase    by
the  trademark;
It's   on   every
?i->
l\n$h   ganncnt in rod
\       Try    No.   9 5-
*     medium weight
W. Parry
AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR
REVELSTOKE
AUCTION SALE
Starting Sat. Oct. Hth and every
Saturday and Monday
Watches, Jewelry, eta.
JOHN LEE
Drygoods
Dressmaking
Ladies' Tailoring
Fit Guaranteed
Hand-Painted Cups, Saucers
Fine Japan China Tea Sets
L0WERT0WN
Opposite Central  Hotel
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at:,
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
before buyinR yonr nut-
fit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
■pecialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets anH everything
required inyonr business.
MISS  WRIGLEY
Lessons in Painting and Drawing
Oils and Water Colors
Miss Wrigley, hoMer of South Kensington I Kngland) An Master's Certifi-
bate. Group 1. First-Class Certificates
for Still Lite Painting; Ornament Pail) I-
ing in monochrome (oils); draw ing from
the Antique; Modelling in Hay from the
Antique.
Winner of National Book I'rizes for
Interior in (tils and Figure in Oils.
A class forming for junior pupils on
Saturday afternoon.
For terms apply to
MISS WRIGLEY,
Care Mrs. Haggen.
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Bay land* in parcels ol
10 or 20 acre* or en bloc. Correspondence invittd.
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
IT'S A LIE!
Prices in Revelstoke are not
away up out of sight. No, sir !
You can buy men's shoes, clothing and furnishings, in fact every
thing a man wears, juBtas cheap
here as you can in Caigary or
Winnipeg—that is, if you do vour
buying at JOHN BULL'S. Why ?
Because John Bull sells for cash,
and you don't have to pay for
any bad debta, or any collector's
fee. or any bookkeeper's salary.
" Men Who Know" these things
are buying goods here every day
and saving money, too. These
are the men that find our prices
just a little lower than the lowest
Seeing is believing.   Come and See
coronation**
Packed In
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINC
60*  o pound
In  commemoration   o?   the coronation   of
II III Ell 11/ 1 l\l\f      »',1"'''»'nitl™ti».l.*M.irici.ii«i««
W   | ) W A k ) \ f^^^^^^s
Ht lit Ll/   I I   ril\l/*J      »'W*>1«.   Spe-tUI pan-pit bavr brer divennj
■ ■mar mf       rtlnntnliag (-.nada, India, Alnta. Au.ualial
TAXIDERMIST
irj (
anii New -jpaUncV
Only a li nueit numhrr burr been Impoitcd.
l'ncf ••Wlo, lor Mir p..und tun.
At  ll.. i 1.L..1-.
i*»**<""T .
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
Electric Restorer for Men
P. 0. Box 31, Revelstoke »■-«■
Ph OS phonol '«!«•» «*«rT n«tr» ba the body
  i to Ilt prnpai tntinn,- rratnrm
.lm and .Italnr. Pr.»alured*Kay and all .*.„„)
■ eakoati av.MH al enca.   FhMkmol SK
1WJ9J "•"»» ""■»■   Price W a boa. or two mi
■Ifi t." «ny eddre«».   Th*Sc»t»ll Sru SATCRDAT, SOV. ntb. 1911.
THE nVC^iri-HE^JLLID,  REVELSTOKE
BATCl'lDAY,  NOV.  llth,  191*1.
NOTICE
Revelstoke  Land  District.
Distr.ct  oj  West  Kootenay.
Take uotice that Eil. McGaghran,
ol Arrowhead, B. C, occupation
Lumberman, intends to apply tor per
mission to lease the following described lauds lot marble and lime
quarrying  purposes.
Commencing ut a post planted
about two miles south ot Pingston
Creek Mill and marked "IS. McCJagb-
ran's South East Corner", thence
west 40 chains, tbence north 40
chains, thence east 40 chains, more
or less to tire lake shore, thonce
e.uth along the lake shorn IU chains
more or less to the point ot commencement, containing 16(1 ncr-ns
more or lees.
Dated   Ajg.   22,   1911, B.6-N.8
ED.   McGAGHRAN.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
1).strict  ot  West Kootenay.
Take notice that I Edward Russell
V.pond, o.' Nakusp, 13. C, occupation
contractor, intends to apply Ior permission to purcbase the lollowing de-
:*:,,■*;  lands;
Commencing at a post planted 4u
chains soutb ol N. E. Corner ol T.L.
41274, thence south iu chains, thence
east about 20 chains, to Arrow Lake
thence north along Lake about so
chains, tbence west about 2 chains to
poiut ol commencement, containing
about lOu acres,  more or less.
Dated  September 13, 1911.
EDWARD   Rl'SSELL  VIPOND.
Sept. 23—Nov.  22.
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
Notice ,s heeeby given that, on the
tirst day ot December next, application will be made to the Superintendent o! Provincial Police for
renewal ot tbe hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the City hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in the province of British Co
lumbia.
Dated this 4th day of October,  1911
JOHN  CALEY,  Applicant  :
Lots in Camborne Townsite Sub-Div., Lot 3505, Plan 728
llI'.I.l.Nfll'liNT   LANDS
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in
the Revelstoke Assessment District, Province of Dritish Columbia.
Names of Persons Assessed
Short Description of Property
8      8
■a «
Mrs.   A.   Anderson    Lot  7,  Block  :!  	
W,  A.  Bauer    Lots 12 and 13,  Block 3  	
W.   J.  Butler    Lots 9 and 10,  Block 3  	
Chas.  Billiard    .'.  Lot 8,  Block 19 	
Vi. R.  Baker   Lot 12, Block 7 	
OhaB.  Bennett    Lot 18 and house, Block 19
M.  M.  Buchanan Estate    l-ata 17 and 18, Block 1 	
Anna Clnrko    Lot 2 and house, Block 5 	
Archie  Currie     .. Lota 22 ami 23,  Block 18  ...
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Thursday, the 16th day of
November, A. D., 1911, at the hour of II o'clock in the Forenoon
at the Court House, in the City of Revelstoke, B. C, I shall sell
at Public Auction the Lands hereinafter set out of the persons
in the said list hereinafter set out, for the Delinquent
Taxes unpaid by said person on the 3lst day of December,
1910, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of
advertising the said Sale, if the total amount due is not sooner
paid.
LIST   ABOVE   MENTIONED
Lots in Poplar Townsite Sub-Div., Part 836, Plan 746
DBI.1MQUKNT Tax lis
Names of Persons  Assessed Short Description of Property
NOTICE.
.Violin    	
»..    . .   UlSllu,!
•   v umC}   aUn   ,.
C».   -^aivlWcll   .
■-O..J   	
Lot 17,  Block  A
l.u
nil iCn
ana
Revelatoke Land District.
District of West Kootenuy.
Take     notice     that    1,       Fredrick ,
William  \ipond,   ot  Nakusp,    B.    0.,
occupation  foreman,      intends  to ap-;
ply for    permission  to    purchase tbe
following   described  lands:
Comnicucni; at a post planted Llu
chains south ol N. E. Coruer ol T.L. '
41274, thence south SO chains, ihence
east about 30 chaius to Arrow Lake
thence north along Lake about 801
chains, thence west about 2fl chaius
to po.nt of commencement, contain •
mg about 200 acres  mor,;  or  lesB.
Dated   September  13,   1911,
FKEUK1CK   WILLIAM   VIPOND.
9ep.23-Mo.22 HU*   Vipond,   Agent..
I,     *v UlllCl
ai'ey   	
,11
. .140.    u.
"I'P
iuocs    t,   ...
Lot  W,  blocs ii  	
Lot  ,, lilot'K  7   	
Lote i* and ,, Blocs 2 ....
imh li) and i4, ulock V .
Lot ti una buil,tin*,', Block
Lot 22,  ulocK 2 	
'..OS   -Al.    Iiiiiiiii     Lot   'J   and   h-UUSe,   OloCK   A
..u.  caiiou   Lot ti,   BlSCS  8   	
i..  c.  uau.uiana   Lot lu, Blocn ii ...	
i.niaiu  uieioru    Lois 1*5 anu   H,   blocs   I
i .   l..   uojie     Lots  S aud 9,  Iflocs  i  ...
i. .ma. i^u.ei's   Lots 5
i aas.   lumers    Lot  9,
|. aas.   Enieis   • Lota o
cawaru I'erguoon   Lol 10
...aggie  f uuu     Lot  7,
....  ai. Uiiiespie   Lois 4
i .  u.   ijiub    Lot 15
...   l.   Hart   Lot  I'.I
,.anility and felriCKSOU    Lots \i
and  molding,
Block  2  	
and ti, Block A
Block i
Blocs  2   	
Blocs  io
. EKT1FICATE uE IMPROVEMENT
Broadview  (Fractional) L.   11. an
Indiana Mineral Claims, situate in
the Trout Lake Mining Bivision ol
West Kootenay  Distr.ct.
Where  located:*—On  Uieat  Northern
Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE *hat I, O. B. N.
Wilkie, acting as ageut for the Ohio
Mines Development Co., Lim,ted,
Free Miner's Certificate Numnber
• _-.-..•;, intend, *•»■">■ duys from:
date hereof, to appiy to the Mining
KecOfdei for a Certificate ol Improvements, for the purpose ol ob-
talning a Crown -.Irani of tbe absvej
claims.
\:.i lurther iakr notice that action
-.    loo  37,  must be commenced'
i,.'. ..   the    --'.ir.ee of such Certilicate
of InH'i* '-ment?.
Dated    th.r*   LTtb da;  ol     A iguat,
1911.
I).  B.  N. WILKIE,
Tto*. Lake. B. C.
.  L.   Hart 	
o.   Hagtmuu   	
uUll   li.illliili   	
. L.  Hart uuu J.
.   L,.   Halt and J.
lios*--*
Koss
l.i.ts .1
Lot 3,
Lot -'.
Lot   li
1..1  4,
NOTICE
...   r.   Jacssou        Lot   .>
...,»s  May   Jennings      Lot   •
.,.   JeUi-uus     ... Lol   '
i ied  Kaisii'    Lots
i, 'in-v  niagnuson	
i..   MeKinnon    . .
, . AicOregor 	
...ary   Jaue  Mcimosh  	
august o. ustuy     1
. i uubomme  and   Nedeau
.-,.  E.  t'earsou  	
...is.   huima   Ken;	
Airs. M. B.  HadcliOe 	
j.   ti.  Ko6s      	
■j.lines   .Shields       	
James  Spiers  	
Eric Strand 	
-lms   and   McDonald
,.m. Schnell    	
Am.  Schnell ...
1.  A.  Sanderson 	
A.J. Twiss 	
.   B.  Taylor 	
.  a. Tramble 	
is,  L.  Whitney  	
- .muel   N.   Ahlgren   	
ihu uloou	
ami o.
Block ■
Block ;
and ll,
anl 17,
Blocd   V
Block  li
block  i
Hlock   S
Block -'
:    .
,   lllocs  2
in and li.
Blocs ;;
BloCiv   ,
Block
Blocs
1.  L.
Lots 11,   12, Blk
Lot  IT,  Block  2  ...
2, and store.  Block i
Loi *     md      t>:   .. •
■ . Block lo
Lota _., and 2i
Lots 20 and 21
Lot •. Block 7
Lot 1, Block a
:.  • 22,  Block 1
Lots  ...  22, -*.
ii. ■ k .
Lote  -
■ .
Lota  .
"    Block  .
Lot 1' BU
Lot 22 and
Lot     ■   Block
Lut 10 H.
Lol   *
:;. 24,   Bik.
Block
Blocs
b
3.70
11,75
7.20
3.70
3.70
1.50
10.00
37.80
2.70
7.20
.25
3.70
3.90
1.20
54.20
:l.70
5.00
3.70
.30
3.00
1.70
3.70
56.00
j.00
J.70
2(00
,80
.40
3.00
14.90
.8*0
21.80
1.2<'
.1.71'
17.90
8.2*0
3.60
" M
3.15
6.00
.85
■
■4 ■■■
•   '
4.00
I .'Jti
.    1.13
2.23
1.1*5
1.15
.29
3.02
11.26
.71
2.23
.02
1.15
.94
.17
17.09
.70
1.63
1.06
.02
.59
.34
1.13
U0.G0
1.35
.71
.tl
.10
.10
.73
4.29
.10
7.43
.12
1.13
4.74
.'.47
.IH
••■
2.23
1.13
: .si
.06
.71
.56
27
1.86
1.40
.17
. r.
.78
! 16
.18
"
1.52
u i
6,60
6.S-,
11.13
6.85
6.85
3.79
15.02
51.06
5.41
11.43
2.27
6.85
6.84
3.37
73.29
6.10
8.63
4.76
2.32
5.59
4.04
6.83
77.60
8.3*5
5.41 '
4.44
2.HII
2.HO
5.73 '
21.19;
2.90 ■
31.23J
8.32
6.88
24.64 |
12.67 !
3.29
6.45 :
11.28
6.28
9.81 :
2.91
.',.21
8.64
('*. Christtophcrson     Lot 5 and house,  Block 5  	
Geo.  Ch.'rrington      I**>t 25, Block   19  	
Alex.  Durragfa   Lot 19,  Block   l'.l  	
Thos.  I.   Dunn      Lots 3'2 and 33, Block 7  	
M.   IO. Doherty     Lot 11 and house, Block 7 	
M.  K.  Doherty     Lot 5 and store, Blocd 8  	
J,  FltZBlmmons     Lot 8, Block 3 	
F.   J. Foley     Lots 11 and 12, Block 5 	
Henry   Harlow       Lot 1 ami house,  Block  19  	
Mary   Johnson      Lot 4 and  house, Block 3 	
I).   Leahy       Lot 11,  Block 3 	
t.leo. Lemon     Lotl3,  Block 7 	
Geo. Lemon    Lot 8, Block 8 	
I.   H.  Landman      Lot 26,  Block  8  	
W. J. Lang-ham     Lot 14,  Block  18  	
Jas. Lauder     Lot 6 and hoiiBi),  Block  3  	
Mrs. A. Leitz     Lot  IG and  house,  Block  5	
Cory Menhenick     Lots 1 to 6,  11 to 12, Block 2	
Cory Menhenick      Lots 3, 15 to 18, Block 3 	
Cory Menhenick      Lots 1 to 7, Block 4 	
Cory Menhenick    L.  1.7,9,10,14, cabin, 18,19, Block 6...
Cory Menhenick   Lots 14,17,21 to 24,20, hotel, 27,30,31,
all in block 7  	
Cory Menhenick    L.  6,  building,  7,9,10,15 to 25, Blk. 8
Cory Menhenick    L. 5,11,12,16 to 24, Block 11 	
Cory Menhenick      Lots 4 to 6, 10 to 12, Block 12 	
Cory Mrnhenlck      Lots lto 8,   11 and 12,  Block 13  	
Cory Menhenick      Lots  1  to  24,   Block  14   	
Cory Menhenick    Lots 1 to 5,  7 to 12, Block 15,  Lots
1   to 8,   Block  16 	
Cory Menhenick    L. 1 to 6, Blk. 17, 15 to l®,  Block 1*8
Cory Menhenick    LotB  16 and 17 and house,  Block 19,
lots   2,3,4,6,10,11,13'to   15,23,24,   26,
Block 19   	
Mrs. A.  Mayhew     Lot 10,  Block 11  	
.1.  Murdock     Lot 9,  Blocd  11  	
lt.   G.  McLeod      Lots 13 and 14, Block 8	
Hugh   Mcintosh       Lot 22, Block  19 	
Jo'.in   McDowell       Lot 20 and building, Block 7 	
A.   MeKinnon      Lot 7 and  house,  Block  19   	
Dave  Orr       Lot 6 and building, Block 11 	
Hector 1'oirier     Lot 22, Block 8 	
Alexandria   Pitt    _   Lot 15 and cabin, Block 5 	
W,  Vi, Ross     Lot 17,  Block 5 	
J.   N.   Rear  Estate      Lot 9,  Block  19  	
Vi.   H.  Robinson     Lots 6 and 7 and house, Block 1 	
Wm. Sopher    Lot 1, Block 18 	
R.  R.  Shields     Lot 12,   Block   19   	
Geo. Sumner    Lots 7 to 9 and cottage, Block 12 ...
Joseph Wells     Lot 10 and house,  Block 7  	
John Webster    Lot 1 and house, Block 3 	
Geo. Young   Lots 20 and 21 and stable, Block 3...
M. B. Wallace    Lots 18 and 19, Block 7 	
.60
12.61
7.20
4.50
1.20
1.20
96.20
6.15
3.60
14.00
3.00
2.60
2.40
4.50
14.40
2.10
9.80
2.40
3.60
6.30
5.80
12.80
3.60
4.25
4.80
19.80
3.90
•2.55
1.20
5.15
40.20
39.00
4.20
2.10
2.70
3.30
3.90
3.90
1*8.60
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
1(80
9.60
4.40
2.40
6.00
9.00
.06
4.31
1.91
1.20
.14
.14
30.91
.9-4
.62
2.85
.66
.SO
.37
.5-1
.90
.43
3.20
.14
.43
2.18
1,92
4.51
1.01
1.24
.72
3.02
.48
.34
.17
.87
5.70
4.80
.53
.27
.38
.53
.51
.50
1.27
2.70
1.20
3.75
1.83
22.15
.65
15.87
2.07
2.64
19.23
1.81
1.26
.48
.65
.85
1.17
.21
1.08
2.36
Lots in Burton Townsite Sub-Div., Part Lot 745, Plan 637
8   .65
K.   Bountee      Lot 5, Block 3 	
Frank Daly      Lota 9 and 10 and building, Block 4
F. G. Fauquier     Lot 19,  Block a  	
Wm. Hopkins    Lot 5 and log house, Block 3 	
K. T. Lowery     Lot 2, Block 13 	
Alexander  Mckonald      Lot 15,  Block 8  	
Eva O'Hearn    Lots 17 and 18, Block 3 	
F.   Western      Lot 19,  Block 3  	
Stevens, Duson and Company     Lot 20,   Block  8  	
K.  Tasser    Lot 17.  Block 12 	
2.41
12.40
1.95
3.90
2.55
.50
4.70
3.15
2.55
2.55
.30
1.25
.30
.30
1.30
.65
.30
.30
.87
4.20
6.63
1.10
.90
.07
1.69
.93
.yo
.90
Lots in Arrowhead Townsite Sub-Div., Lot 384, Plan 631 and 631A
Mrs. M. D. Bangs    Lots 11. 12, 13 aud house. Block 7 ...
John  and   Robert  Caley     Lot 17, hall,  Block 3;  lots 1, 2, and
hotel, Block 3 	
| Lee  Dye    Lot 15.  Block 5  	
Mrs. E.  J. Kerr     Lots 18, 19 and house, Block 3 	
1 a-wong Sing  Yuen Co   Lot 5 aud store, Block 1  	
W.  J. Lightburne   Lota 5,6,7, hotel,Blk.3, lot 1,   hallblkJ
! S. S. Bakke     Lot 20 and house,  Block 7    ,	
.Mclraghren and Irwin   Lots 10,17,19  and shack,  Block  5  ...
Eng One    Lot 4 and store, Block 1 	
Eng One    Lot C and store, Block 1 	
Alex Purney      Lot 7,   Block 8  	
Edwin  Potts      Lot 16,  Block 5 	
John J. Smith     Lot 6, aud house, Block 5 	
1 ll   Geo, T.  Newman     Lot 8 and 9 and store,  Block 3  	
" °'    Mrs. Florence Newman     Lots  10 and  11,   Block J.	
10*6|wm. S. Martin     Lot 3,  Block 10 	
°;B.   L.  Plumton     Hast J  Block 15 and house	
Jas.  Parton   Lots 16 and 17 and house, Block 8...
3.27
W.96
I..7H
U.lfi
3.38
:, '..
8.62
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
2i.ao
2*1.80
3.60
3.00
150.35
1.95
11.75
.90
2.20
53.75
7.60
11.20
5.40
1.80
.65
45.41
1.17
5.17
.72
12.75
.54
7.27
.90
.50
.16
.07
.61
8.75
1.14
4.96
6.68
.33
Townsite of Nakusp Sub-Div,. Part Lot 397, Plan 494
Ut.        ke  Ij»d i  District.
District  "■   Weal  Kooti
I ik«     notl*      "••*   '■  * UHam R *
i i) Arrowhead   B. C,    ■   i|
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Lots in Beaton  Townsite  Sub-Div.. Lots 502 and 505. Plan 756 and 756 A
NOTICE
l'.*ev«J-toke  I...n.l  Distrli t.
District of Went  KooUoa)
Take DOtlM that I. Cbatlas Btftdlei
ol N'akusp,   H*   Ci  occupation  UPger,
intends  u» .apply 'or permission    to j
purchase ihe Mowing described land*.
i v.inmenciog at a  P'-st plauted    at
the Sorth Eatrt Corner of T.L. 41271. ;
Jhcnce soutb   40 chains.     UtfflCe oast
..boot 2 AmIM to Arrow Lake, theuce
alOCf Arrow Caks to point ol   com '
mencement.   containing  40 acres more
or less.
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!  to 7, Block  *   PWw 75«
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Lol   I,  Block    >.  I'lan '■•'	
Lots 12 to 14, huiise,  IHK   6,  plan TM
Lots 12  to l6,houm*.   Hlk.   ",,   I'lan 7M
stable,  Hlock   I.   Plan  756
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2.40
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2.27
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21
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1,73
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Mrs.   Ellen  Blockelsby    Lot  3,   Block   24   	
W*   If.   Cox     Lota 14 and 15. Block 16 	
L.   .1    Edwards     Lota 24 and 25, Block 5 	
I.    J.  Edwards     Lot 11, Block 2 	
L.   J    Edwards     Ls. 11,12,13, Blkl, aud lots 10,11, B.3
Annie L. Gothier     Lot  23,   Block  3   	
Mrs,   Annie  I,   Gothier     Lots 11 and  12, Block 15 	
na Gli'iidwiiiing     Lot 26 an-d house, Block 23 	
I1    Hlckey       Lot 3, Block 2	
" .'.1'   Development Company      Lots 6 und 7, Block 8 	
I4*| H     .    Mercer          Lot 22, Block 4 	
II    0,   tiercel     Lot 12,  Block 8  	
vl«:i"*i     Lots 9 mid  iu, Bluck  io 	
dcKitrick    Lot 4, Block 20 	
*   B   Halgb           Lots 2a and 30, and hutel, Blook 5...
1.   K   Mi'Ilnurald            Lots  15   to  i<0 inc., hotiBa,   Block  16...
nd   MiKltni'k       Lota   11,12,13,  hotel,  Block 4   	
H       I  Robinson     Lot   17,  Block 8 	
F    I    Richmond         Lot 5, Block 38 	
K   1,   iSiirimmis     Lot 10 and cottage, Block 13 	
Mi-,.   C   H   Thomas    Lota 9 and 10, Block 4  	
'    W'ilfi.l,<..,n     |j0t, 24 and 25, Block 6  	
tt,  Porter    	
Lindsay, Wars aud Company LimiU'l  IM o
Lots in Beaton Townsite Sub-Div,. Lots 502 and 505, Plans 756 and 756A
in
, 21
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11.44
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6.81
12.77
'
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2.32
44. m
1.50
11.05
2.40
1.30
1.50
1.35
2.1U
9.00
1.76
9.75
4.85
5.26
5.70
.30
33.00
6.60
56.05
7.10
1.85
8.00
80.31
11.20
.75
.95
2.95
.60
1.10
3.86
.75
1.20
.95
.95
1.45
.40
47.25
4.00
69.20
.25
.76
2.00
2.50
1.30
Townsite of Ferguson Sub-Div., Lots 1140 and 1145
,   i I*"..,.it
Herb   l   Hanburjr
i   La igbton
Dennis McCarty
Mm   i   O'Connor
Miitlhew  Reid
Lot 6 and building, Block
Lota  II   nnd  12,  Block 9 	
Lot 7,  Block 55  	
Lot 10, Block 3 	
Lots  11   and  12, Block 6 ....
Lot 18, Block 4 	
B. Shannon    Lot ^4, Block 8 	
Mrs.  J.   Ifc.tho    Uil* 1 and 2 and building, Block 1
i i/'nnar.i Patterson    Lot 3,  Block  1
I .I..W   i
t»4
Guy A. LnHiTty
3,   J.   Clntlip.  Kstate  ....
Margaret Eraser Estate.
u. umm	
Lot 12  1.05
It*.   1,7,18,   l4o,   Hi ,   10,  I'l.ui  7.V.A   ,.,        78 H)
U'te 25 and 86          hii
21. »3
1,18
101  i;i
    Lot  4,  Blk.   I;  5 12, Blk 'ij 7,8 Dlk.6;
IU   Block 29  	
A.  0.   Carlson       Lot 6,  Blk.  1; Lot 12, Block 8 	
.Ins. Ityan    Lot 9, Block 1	
Mn.   I.   tt.  Freeze    Lot  10,  Block 1 	
I mi.i   Moore     Lota 18 and 19, Block 1  	
.W     J        10.06   w. d.  N
owmau
Lot 21, Block 1
69.00
.30
4,70
.25
17.80
.50
1.00
15.60
7.06
31.75
4.76
3.46
1.20
.90
6.50
.45
5,35
.72
.62
.08
.31
.63
1.22
.51
4.04
2.02
2.10
2.23
.OS
6.30
.91
14.21
3.02
.53
1.99
63.47
8.86
21.12
.02
1.55
.02
7.03
.05
.15
2.30
2.71
10.44
1.28
.84
.10
.06
1.19
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2
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2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2.66
18.92
1.14
7.70
3.34
3.34
129.11
9.09
6.22
18.87
6.66
5.40
4.77
7.04
17130
4.53
15.00
4.54
6.03
10.28
9.72
19.31
6.61
7.49
7.52
24.82
6.38
4.89
3.37
8.02
47.90
45.80
6.73
4.37
5.08
6.83
«.41
6.40
21.87
11.90
7.70
17.75
9.83
117.35
9.85
76.07
10.72
14.64
85.23
9.81
15.86
4.08
4.45
12.45
7.57
4.61
9.08
13.36
6.93
18.60
4.85
8.95
6.75
2.27
9.69
6.73
6.75
6.76
13.46
432.50
S.62
36.42
14.72
156.35
8.54
42.22
14.90
6.70
4.86
3.27
9.61
64.60
10.74
40.06
42.88
7.73
4.70
19.85
8.07
3.92
3.85
4.26
5.73
16.07
5.01
10.91
9.02
10.32
11.38
2.72
88.55
13.51
141.46
13.07
5.13
13.99
138.28
16.36
92.12
2.32
8.25
2.27
26.83
2.55
3.15
19.90
11.76
44.19
803
6.29
3.30
3.9« SATURDAY, NOV. Uth,  1911.
THEJ lUL^IXi-IIEIRJLXilD,   HEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  SOV.  llth,  1911.
Townsite of Ferguson, Subdivision of Lots 1140 and U45.-Continued.
UKT.lSQfttST LANDS
Names of t orsons Assessed Short Description of Property
Wm. Lcips   Lot 22, Block 1 	
Mrs. it.  E.  Kirpatncs   Lots 1 and 2 and house, Block '2 ...
at.  a. ti.  UUucan    Lots  6, 7, Blk. 2; lot 10, Block 55 ...
•Jos.  Brayne    Lot 8. Block 2 	
Johu Law    Lat 9, Block 2 	
Daraley  cril'ly     Lot 9, Block 2; lot 3, 4, Block 10 ...
John uoberty Estate   Lot 11, Block 2	
Jas.   Little Estate      Lot 14, Block 2  	
Johu U. Lamg   Lot 17,  Block 2  _	
VV,   B.  I'ool and  J.J.   ioung     Lots 10 to 20 inc., 24, buildtng, Blk.2
li. H. McLean    Lot 0, Block 3 	
'I'. Gallon nud  Company      Lots 1 to 7 inc., Block 4 	
W. B. i'ool uud. j.j.   nuiug     Lots 8 to 12 inc., Block 4 	
G.  \an ftostrand    Lot 10, Block 5 	
Mrs. Mallets     Lot 13,  Block 5  	
Matthew Kei-d    Lot  18, Block  5   	
Angua  (.ampbell      Lot 19, Block 5  	
Joun  Mcoonalu       Lot 20,  Block 5   	
11.   ijecaie  Ewing       Lots 14 to 10 and house, Block 29 ...
Jas.   KtUsiuimoua      Lot 5, Block 30 	
A.   O.   iviosser      Lot 8, Block 30 	
TUos. Gordon    Lot  10,  Block 30  	
W. A. Foote    Lot  12,  Block 30   	
John T. Coleman Estate   Lot 20, Blk.30; lots 13-14,  Block 30...
1).   A.   McDotigall      Lot 21, Block 30 	
J. Edwurd Bird     Lots 25 and 26 and house, Blocd 30...
F. L. Houston    LotB 22 to 24 inc., house, Block 30...
Wm. Bonald    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. Kmo     Lot 9, Block 38  	
Florences. Gordon    Lots 5 and 6 and house,  Block 40...
R, Perry     Lots 16 and 17 aad house, Block 41...
Mrs. 0. 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   Lois 16 and 171 Block 65 	
Bominick Magelo    Lot 21, Block 55 	
Jean 0. Ellis    Lot 21, Block 5 	
Fred W. Conway  :.  Lot 22, Block 6 	
W. M. Brown   Lot 2, Block 6 	
llcisterer and Company  Estate      Lots 3 & 24, Blk. 6; 13, 14, 15, Blk. 55
Mrs. B. O-Connor     Lots 11 and 12, Block 6 	
J. H. Harris    Lota 14 and 15, Block 6 	
G. W.   Urquhart     Lot 17, Block 6 	
F. Oarlson    Lot 18, Block 6 	
W. N. Brayton   Lots 19 and 20, Block 6 	
T. Gallon and Company     Lots 4 and 5, Block 7 	
Mrs. B. Clark    Lot 6, Block 7 	
Donald MclntoBh     Lota 8,9,10,  Block 7; lot 11,  Blk 30...
Angus McDonald    Lots  1 and 2, Block 8 	
W. B. Pool and J.J. Young    Lot  10,   Block  9  	
Richard Davis    Lot 5. Block 10 	
Joseph C. Kirpatrick     L.8, house, Blk. 10; L. 23,24, big. B.55
Ole M.   Johnson     Lot 12, Block 17 	
C. A. Irwin    Lot 12, Block 18 	
M. M. Pettipiece   Lot 1, Block 29	
Robt.  Samson     Lot  12,  Block 29   	
Laura J. Wrong    Lot 13 and building, Block 29  	
Angus Cambbell     Lot 19, Block 5 	
A. C. Cummins    Lot 1 and store, Block 5 	
N. Emo    Lot 9, Block 38 	
W. Edwards    Lot 4, Block 50 	
J.'r-
1.00
27.20
9.30
3.50
3.50
18.10
5.50
7.80
.40
59.40
3.20
37.65
20.15
7.10
5.15
6.65
'.1.95
9.95
9.00
1.60
1.00
1.00
1.00
6.90
6.80
20.00
18.10
9.56
.75
5.15
9.20
5.50
17.00
2.70
6.00
31.40
4.15
33.40
12.90
5.40
6.00
4.20
' 6.75
5.25
3.50
4.20
1.80
13.20
11.70
5.30
13.20
10.40
4.20
22.00
1.80
4,10
1.10
42.70
3.30
1.00
4.60
5.20
4.90
10.05
16.00
1.80
.75
Townsite of Trout Lake Sub-Div., Part Lot 190, Plan 530
4,1
Frank Daly    Lot  46,  Block  40  	
•jas. Hunt   Lota 1 to six, Block 6 	
Linear Jaconson   Lot 26 and J,  27,  house,  Block 46
Rout.  Mad-den    Lots 25 & 2b, house, Block 49 	
itobt. Madden'  Lots 12 to 11 and hotel, Block 52
Stephen Woods   Lots  1  3s and 30 and house, Blk.
H.  U. Hume   Lot ., m,uu 52 	
Mrs.  Elsie aimmous   Lot la uud Uouse,  Block 52 	
L.us Johnson   Lot 18 and bouse, Block 4 	
j.   Vi.  S.  Charles   Lot 1. Block 39 	
Jas.  H.  Currie Estate   Lots  38 and  39 and house,  Block 40
John  Genelle   Estate     Lots 1 to 5 inc., Block 41 	
C. H. Still well   Lota 25,  26, 27, Block 41  	
Hicks   Lot 23, Block 46  	
Hendncssou   Lot 26 and i27, house, Block 46 	
V. Armstrong   Lot 5, Block 47 	
J. Macdonell   Lot 7 Block 47 	
M.  Doyle    Lot 6, Block 47 	
Cowaa   Lot8,  Block 47 	
Murray and Johnson   Lot 25, Block 47 	
Evan   Cameron    Lot 26, Block 47  »	
L. Earl   Lot 34, Block 47 	
Mrs.  A.  G.   Fraser   Lots 46, 47, 48, and house, Blk 47 ...
E.L.  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 aud building, Block 48  -
J.  McLennan   Lot 29, Block 49 	
McLennan aud  ilanson   Lot 30, Block 49 	
John Carlson   Lot 31,  Block 49   	
Swan Anderson Estats    Lots 23 and 22, Block 50 	
W.  M. Brown   Lot 27, Block 50 	
J. Flood   Lot 3,  Block 51  	
Nell Swinton   Lot 11,  Block 51  	
Mrs. J. W. Westlall   Lots l'i and 13 and hoUBe, Block 61../
J.  C. Murray    Lots 22 and 23 and store, Block 61...
F.   T.   Abey     Lot 24 aud bouae, lot 25, Block 51...
Alex.  McLean   Lot 26, Block 51  	
Mrs. A. Fowler   Lot 27, Block 51	
H. D. Hume   Lot  28,  Block  51  	
E. R.  Vlpond   Lot 3, Block 52 	
A, G. Fraser   Lots 6 and 7 and store,   Block &2...
F. B.  Wells   Lot 8 and store, Block 52 	
Ralph Higginson   Lot 11, Block 52 	
E. R. Vipond and M. Beaton   Lot 16 and building,  Block 62 	
John  Btauber    Lot 18 and house, Block 52 	
John Haner   Lot 32 and house, Block 52
D. L. OUnk   Lota 1 to 31 ine
190, plan 630 b	
Dennis McCarthy   Lota 10 and 11, Block 48
Sub-Div. part lot
.60
4.80
6.60
7.20
24.00
14.40
5.35
17.60
14.80
21.40
3.80
9.00
5.10
1.20
.90
1.20
3.60
6.40
1.20
10.80
25.20
36.30
3.60
5.40
7.80
7.80
7.50
10.80
2.80
3.80
2.80
23.40
26.40
25.00
1.20
1.20
3.80
1.20
27.30
30.40
7.40
7.20
7.20
5.40
24.00
2.40
1.40
2.50
7.95
1.65
2.55
1.05
1.30
8.90
6.70
3.90
1.40
1.40
.95
.75
.95
1.65
1.50
.95
18.45
15.00
3.95
1.50
1.50
1.50
2.85
1.50
1.60
1.50
12.30
6.40
21.00
.95
.95
.75
.95
36.10
12.45
3.90
6.55
2.55
1.25
22.95
2.80
Harry L. Godson 	
A. G. Fraser 	
Chas. Johnson 	
0.  J.  Nelson 	
N. B.  Smith  	
W. M. Brown 	
Trout Lake Townsite, Subdivision Part Lot 762, Plan 530A
Lb.   22,23,   2-3    24   and house,   Blk.   3
Lots 6 to 12 inc. Block 6 	
Lot 20, Block 6 	
Lot 21,   Block  6	
Lots 7 and 8 and house, Block 8 	
I-ota 16 and 16, Block 8 	
cZ
.10
6.68
2.43
.89
.89
7.70
1.72
2.93
.10
211.72
.70
13.87
9.60
2.49
1.6S
2.40
3.92
3.92
1.34
.25
.10
.10
.10
1.57
2.14
6.29
2.71
3.32
.06
1.75
3.67
1.93
4.34
.75
.54
10.40
1.24
7.57
3.09
1.72
1.12
1.24
2.40
1.68
.84
.51
.24
4.88
4.77
1.73
4.60
3.69
1.24
7.94
.24
1.29
.10
13.27
.86
.10
1.45
.80
1.38
4.38
7.8Q
.42
.10
.33
.45
1.00
1.08
2.16
3.13
.36
.15
.06
1.95
5.63
5.14
8.27
1.26
.98
1.77
.20
.11
.20
1.19
2.00
.20
1.26
7.58
12.53
6.72
1.08
3.25
3.25
2.89
4.13
1.01
1.43
1.01
5.74
•1.47
9.00
.20
.20
1.24
.20
5.40
9.85
1.92
1.19
1.41
.67
7.38
.94
22.70
7.20
8.51
2
8.40
1.20
2
2.80
1.40
.71
2
1.20
.95
.20
2
12.00
11.05
3.83
2
3.60
2.55
1.10
2
Trout Lake Townsite. Subdivision Part Lot 761. Plan 530B.
3.10
35.88
13.73
6.39
6.39
27.80
9.22
12.73
3.00
82.12
5.90
53.52
37.75
11.59
8.83
11.15
15.87
15.87
12.34
3.85
3.10
3.10
3.10
10.47
11.24
28.69
22.71
14.82
2.81
8.90
14.87
9.43
23.34
5.45
8.54
43.48
7.39
42.97
17.99
9.12
8.12
7.34
11.15
8.93
6.44
6.71
4.04
20.08
18.47
9.03
19.80
16.09
7.44
31.94
4.04
7.39
3.20
58.07
6.16
3.10
8.06
8.00
8.28
16.43
25.82
4.22
2.85
4.34
9.75
9.60
10.28
28.16
27.48
4.01
4.70
3.11
10.60
34.13
28.64
35.57
8.43
1*1.98
10.27
4.35
3.76
4.35
8.14
11.90
4.35
14.06
53.23
66.33
6.32
12.43
14.55
14.55
13.89
19.78
7.31
8.73
7.31
43.14
39.27
67.00
4.35
4.36
7.79
4.34
70.80
54.70
15.22
16.94
13.16
9.3'.'
66.33
8.14
Townsite of Comaplix Sub-Div., Part Lots 1141and 1142, Plans 632 and635Aand 632B |
liKI.INytlK.NT t,ANl>!
Names*of Persons Assessed
Short Description of Property
18
O   N
H.   M.   Evans     Lot
Mrs. Mary It.  Fairhall   Lot
Wm. Hamilton    Lot
J. A. Magee Estate   Lot
J. E.  Payn?ss   Lot
Selby Sollies   Lots 13 and 14 and house,  Block 2...
J.  H.   Young   Lots 5 and 6 and hotel,  Block 13  ...
12 and  hotel,  Block  A
11 and house, Block  12
15 and house,  Block D
1  and house,  Block F ..
7 and house, Block 13 .
68.00
1*8.00
9.00
16.40
3.00
4.80
29.50
Mobbs   Lots 1
Mobbs   Lots 1
Mobbs   Lots  1
Mobbs   Lots  1
Townsite of Gerrard, Subdivision of Lot 5704, Plan 892.
Block 1 	
to 4, 11 to 38,
to 18',  Block 2  	
te 4,  10 to 20,  Block 4
to 32, Block 5  	
Mobbs      Unplotted  portion  lot
gcres more or less ..
5704,  G.L,   25
4.70
2.15
1.S0
3.85
13.50
12.U0
Div.  ol  part ot lot
40.41
11.60
C.91
4.36
2:488
9.25
A. B, Fraaer ...
A. 0. Fraaer ..
p,  J, Urahac.
Lota 1 to 6, Block 2 .
Lota 1 to 4, Block 7
Lot 6, Block 16	
6.90
.99
2
9.89
4.80
.29
2
7.09
1.65
1.83
.65
2
6.05
T.  A. Batcmau      Lot 8132,  G.I.  .
Byron  Boyd     Lot 136  of   Sub
3S17, plun 980   4.80
Alex. Barnett     L.   1 to 4,6,7,9, of  W.J   Sec.IS Twp.  20 30.00
F. H. Corson aud W.  J. LaPpau     S.  E.   i   Section 22,  Twp. 23    15.00
Ambrose Copper       S. W.   i,  Section 22,twp.o'J Fire Val y 38.40
J.  Crinbelii     Lots,  1,  3,.  Blk.  3,  Rev., plan  636K. 5.40
John Cameron     Lot 7634,   G.  I.,  Kootenay   District... 14.50
H-^nry Davis     Lot 7392, Group 1, Kooteoay Dis.   ... 16.00
J.   S.  C.  Eraser     Lot 1183, Group 1,  Kootenuy Dis.  ... 122.00
N.  S. Fraser    Lot 7691, Group l, Kootenay District 20.00
Geo.  Ferguson      Sec. 33, twp. 69, Kootenay Dis  136.00
Hoot. Faulds    Lot 1, oi L. 7699.  G.I. Kootenay Dis.
Plan   No.   844     13*120
J.  0. Gore      Lot 7690,  G.I.,  Kootenay  District  ... 112.00
M,  Grady    L.1138, 1139,  hotel,  Upper Arrow lakes 48.00
ni.  Grady     Lot 3945,  G.I.,  Kootenay District  ... 4.80
Wm.  A. Graham      Lot 3618,  G.I.,  Kootenay District  ... 60.00
Vim. A. Graham     Lot 8046,  G.  1.,  Kootenay District... 55.28
Halcyon Hot Springs  Sanitarium ....   Lot 100 and cottages, G. 1  850.OO
Hu.cyou Hot Springs Sanitarium ....   Lot 2461, G. I., Kootenay District ... 27.80
Gi.s  Hedstrom       Lot 78'21,  G.L,  Kootenay District  ... 27.60
H.  Hayden     Lot 8409,  G.l.,  Kootenay District   ... JO.OO
J.   Grafton       Lot 8025,  G.  I.,  Kootenay  District... 18.00
A.Ian P. Hemmelman      Lot 5 ot Lot 802*6, G.I., Kootenay dis 3.30
H. Houston    Lot 8032,  G. I.,   Kootenay  District... 68.00
Emily M. Johnstone     Lot 0153,  G.I.,  Kootenay District  ... 4.00
Roy H. Keefe    L. 7 ol L.  7699,0.1. P. 844 K. Dis.  ... 3.60
tt. J. Lascelles    Lot 2719, G.I..house, Kootenay Dis.... 39.00
tt.   J. Laeeellcs     Lot 8690,  GI.,  Kootenay District ... 9.60
Mis.  M.  J.  Lumb       L. 5, Blk. A. & house, Rev.pl.  636G. 16.80
Mis. A. LaBrash      Lot 9152,  G.I.,  Arrow  Lakes   7.20
J.   W.  Marsland      L.2 of L. 7105.G.I.K. D.  Plan 945.  ... 1.50
B. Marsland     L. 3 ot L. 7105,G.I., K.D., Plan 945... 1.50
L. C. Morrison    Lot 8814,  G.I., Kootenay DiBtrict  ... 19.20
J.sf H.  Murton     Lot I.L.S. D. 4,  Sec. 27, Twp. 23  ... 9.00
Win. I. Mosley      Lot 5 of lot 7542, G. 1  5.11
Ida Marshall     Lot 8704,  Arrow  Lakes,  G. 1  8.00
Metropolitan   Gold   & Silver   Mining
Company     Lot 7047, Ferguson, G. 1  48.00
S. R. Middlemas     Lot 1 of lot 7542, Burton    2,55
Mrs.  A.  Moftatt      Lot 8513, Arrow Lks, G.I., K. Dis.... 12.00
Janet  B.   Munroe      N. E. i Sec. 15., Twp. 69   16.00
Jan.  McEwen     Ls.  8028, 8029, 8030, G.I., K. Dis.  ... 129.60
G. S.   McOarter       Lot 2613, Carnes Creek, G.I., K. Dis. 282.40
W.   E.   McCandlish  Estate     N.E.   i, sec.22,   S.E.   i sec.28,8.W.s.28
E.J,  sec.33, W.J,  N. W. i   Bee.  33,  all
in Twp. 69   88.00
R.  McLeod     L.   8511,  Arrow  LakeB,  G.L, K. DiB. 32.00
F. McCarty     Lot  446,   G.I.,  Hall's  Landing     54.40
A.   Mclntyre      Ls.  1,2,  B.  61,  Rvelstoke,  Plan 6361. 11.40
J. R. McPherson     Lot 152,  Arrow Park, Plan No.  827. 2.10
J.  McMillan     L. 105, Arrow Park, Plan No. S27. ... 2.10
G. B.  McMillan    E.J, se.i, sec. 1, twp.69,ej, ne.J sec.
36,  Township 71    9.60
Wm.   McDevitt       Lot   8042,  Arrow  Lakes    9.00
L. F. McDougald     L.  7544,  G.I.,  Lower  Columbia river 28.60 '
L. F. McDougald     L. 8156, 8130, G.I.   Arrow   Lakes  67.20
R.   F.   Perry     L.  3498,  Goldfields,  G.I., K. District. 265.85
RevelBtoke   and     McCullougb    Creek
Hydraulic Mining Co., Ltd   Lot 23, G.I., Kootenay District ....:.. 14.40
Nettie Marshall      Lot S705, G.I., Kootenay District.   ... 4.00
W.   R.   Robertson      Lot 7980,  G.I.,  Kootenay DiBtrict ... 144.00
Mrs.  Sarah J. Shardlow     L. 6, house, B. A, Rev. P. No. 636G. 13.20
C.  M.  Symons     L. 7968. Up. Arroe Laks. G.I., K. D. 19.20
A.   M.   Symons       L. 7964,    Pingston Ck., G.I., K.  Dis. 9.60
C.  D.  Taylor     W. 80 acres of lot 438,G.I., Hall's Lg. 34.80
H.  Trussler     W.J lot 444.160A,  G.I. Hall's Ldg.  ... .65.00
Wm.  WilliamB     West J  Sec. 24, Twp. 71   15.00
W.  Wright   W.4,  ne.J,  sec.2ti, W.J,  se.J  sec.  31,
Twp.  71   lti.00
M.  E. Walley    Lot 8132,  G.I.,  Kootenay District ... 3.60
b.70
28.00
22.50
2.80
14.30
36.00
8.40
1.40
28.00
4170
3.90
6.95
19.50
7.50
3.20
6.55
S.  Wallace      Lot 5942, Goldflelds        197.40
S.  Walker   L.  1785, G.L, Oarlboo City 	
W.   G.   Watson    Pt.  ne.J,  Bee.26,  house,  Twp. 23  	
Wm.  Waine   Lot 8034, G.I., Kootenay DiBtrict ...
J.  I. Woodrow    Und.i L. 6940 ft Und.| L. 6939G.I.KD
Wilfrid Wolstenholm   L.  A,9,18,24,  lots 7695  and 8687  	
C. E. Wallis   Lot 4467,  Duncan river,  G.L, K. D.
Wm.   Stockwell  	
Columbia Fruit Lauds Co.,
Edith  Morrison  	
Ltd.
L. 4,5, of L. 7697, near Burton	
E.J.N.E.i, sec.23, twp.23 R.L.W. 6 M.
Lot 8813,  G.I., Kootenay District ...
54.00
14.40
36.00
33.60
4.75
30.60
15.00
56.00
7.80
22.50
il,
C x
* 5
•7.w
12.72
2
82.72
3.15
2
23.15
1.08
2
12.08
2.52
2
20.92
.18
'I
5118
.29
2
7.09
4.74
2
30.24
.28
2
6.99
.13
2
4.28
.11
2
3.91
6.23
2
6.02
1.89
1.-50
1.20
3.48
1.25
3.45
.64
1.29
1.61
11.55
1.80
15,84
2,04
10.03
2.88
.29
11.10
7.19
165.00
5.38
4.75
2,22
3.30
.67
4.08
.24
.57
4.32
.86
1.72
.43
.lii
.18
1.15
1.08
.46
.48
2.83
.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
37.20
7.74
7.74
3.24
3.03
.21
1.83
.46
2.25
8.64
Notice to Contractors
ARROWHEAD LOCK-UP.
I
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Lock-up, Court-room, aud
Constable's Quarters at Arrowhead,"
will be received up to 12 o'clock noon
of Wednesday, tbe 15tb day ot
November, 1911, for the ereciion aud
completion of a Lock-up, Court-room
and Constable's quarters at Arrow -
head, in the Hevelstoke Electoral
DiBtrict,  B.C.
Plans, specifications, contract and
forms of tender may tie seen on and
after the 26th duy of October, 1911,
ut tbe offices of the Constable in
charge, Arrowhead, the Governmenl
Agent, Revelstoke; an-d tbe Department of Public Works, Parliament
Buildings,   Victoria.
Each proposal must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque or
certificate of deposit on a chartered
bank of Canada, made payable to
the Honourable tbe Minister of Public Works, for the sum of 1350, which
shall be forfeited if tbe party tendering decline to enter into contract
when called upon to do so, or if be
fail to complete the work contracted
for. Thc cheques or certificates of
deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
' be returned to theui upon the excut-
on of the contract.
1017.00' Tenders will not be considered un-
35.18 less made out °n l^t forms supplied,
34.35 3lsned with the actual signature ol
the tenderer, and enclosed ra the envelopes  furnished.
The lowest or any tender not nec-
cssaeily accepted.
J. E. GRIFFITH,
Public  Worka  Engineer.
17.39
I
I
22.50
I
14.70
63.48
40.76
43.86 |
8.54
17.69
22.41
141.62
23.80
153.84
31.54
124.08
52.88
7.09 j
108.10 '
72.7'J ,
, I
25.62
51.30
10.67
74.08
6.24
10.07
45.32  Department of Public Works,
12.46
20.52
9.63
3.68
3.68]
22.35
12.08
7.57
10.48
55.88
4.70
14.72
18.D6
146.12
304.12
95.28
35.92
81.22
Victoria,  B.C.,  October **4tb,  1911
NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given tbat thirty
days alter tue date of thc first puu-
lication Ucreol, the undersigned will
make an application to tbe Board ot
Licensing Commissioners lor tna City
ol Hevelstoke tor permission to transfer to A. P. Levesque, of Revelstoke,
B. C, tbc license to Bell liquors hy
retail ai tho Hotel premises at Revelstoke known as tbe  onion  Hotel.
Dated tbis 21st September,  Wilt
30da. Levesque  ft  Walsh.
15.23
4.23
4.23'
NOTICE
Revelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, B. R. Reynolds
1 of Reveletoke, B. C. occupation,
12.30 Ultrk, intend to apply for permissiou
32.21 t0 Purchase the following described
33.29  lu*d':
84.60'    Commencing at a  post planted    at
341.04   tht  South   hest  Corner  of  Lot  781s,
■and marked B. R.  Reynolds      North
13.13   "est   Corner  Poet,   thenee  east       80
t;.24  cbame to the South West Corner    of
158.96l'1'   L'   61<;)'   thence aouth  about    4O0
16.66   ieet t0 'be     North      East Corner of
'.'2.35   1"ut   ;u4;Ji   tbence  along   line  ol    Lot
12.17   ,u4'* lorty     chaine,      west 40 chains
50.68 'south and 20 chains west to    line ot
90.31
17.90
18.96
6.25
236.60
63.74
17.69
41.24
38.63
7.03
34.43
10.26
41(76
66.64
1 Lot 2112, thence along line of lot
1 2112 4o chains north and 20 cbains
I uorth and 20 cbains west to tbe
Nortb West Corner, tbence north
' about 400 feet to tbe place of oom-
1 uiencement. containing 160 acres,
more or leas.
Dated September 25th,  Wll.
B. R. REYNOLDS.
E. EDWARDS,
DEPUTY ASSESSOR REVELSTOKE.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, ,ou thu Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December uext, applies-' ur8t da*>r ot Member next, application will be made to the Superiu-!tton wil1 be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Polico for [ tendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the holel license to sell, renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor  by retail  in  the hotel  known   liquor by retail in tbe hotel   known
LIQUOH ACT,   1910.
the Beaton hotel, Bituateat Beaton, ln the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 28th  day ol September,
1911. 30.1s.
H.  NELLIS,  Applloant.
LIQUOR  ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
tirBt day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police ior
renewal of tbe hotel license to sell
liquor by retuil in the hotel known
as the Halcyon Hot Spriugs hotel,
situate at Halcyon, In the Province
of British Oolumbia.
Dated this 28th day of Sii'ian a.ier,
1911. 30di.
WILLIAM  BOYD,   Applicant.
Tan. 10—Return of Wm.  Yule ft Co.,
in Dombey & Son, Hidiaoc theatre.
as the   Lakeview
Arrowhead,  in the
ish  Columbia.
Dated this 2nd day of October, 1911
CHAPMAN & IRWIN,  Applicants.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
j tirst day  of December  next,   applica-
tion    will    be made  to the   Superin
| tendent  of    Provincial     Police       tor
renewal of    the hotel   license to sell
liquor  by  retail  in  tbe  hotel  known
hotel, situate at  as the criterion hotel,     aituats     at
Province of Brit- j Oamborno, in tbe Province of British
Oolumbia.
Duted this Hth day of October, 1911
W.   S.  RENNIE,  Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given tbat, ou the
drat day of December next, application wiU be mads to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in ths hotel kuowu
as tbe Lardeau hotel, situate at
Comaplix, in ths Provinoe of British
Columbia.
Dated this 28th day ot September,
1911. Wis.
RUSSELL    M.    BVA.NB,    Applicant.
LIQUOR    ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first duy of December next, application will be made to thc Superin -,
tendent sf Provincial Police for.
renewal of thc hotel liconse to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
untile Eva Hotel, situate at Camborne, in tbe Provinoe of British Columbia.
Dated this 10th day of October, 1911
H. G. WARE,  Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Notice ia hereby given that, on tbe
i first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police Ior
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in tho hotel known
as thc Hotel, Queens situate at Com-
aplli, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated tbis 9th day of October, 1911
. J- H. YOUNG. ApjiUnant.
WANTED—Man and wile to occupy
furnished rooms. Buitable companions for a lady. Apply to P.O.
Box 243, Revelstoke,
WANTGD—Man and wife, first class
cooks, require situation in Camp,
hotel or restaurant. Beat references can be given. 9. Langl«>, Bro-
derlck,  Saak.
WANTED—Live Agents to sell stock
In Company incorporating lor Patent Brick which will revolutionise
modern building construction. Approved and highly recommended by
leading architects and builders m
Vanoouvsr. Will realize big dividends. Liberal commission. Only my
sponsible parties need apply. Hmit*
nnd Rogers, 312 Pender Btreet west
Vancouver,  B.C.
WANTED - Experienced Sawyers,
Swampers, Teamsters, Hook-men,
etc.. lur Steady work at going in-
'•■nor wages. Coma at once. —Adams River Lumber Company, Ltd..
f'hase,  B.  C. t.c.
WANTKD--A position in hotel au cook
ten years experience nc first-el-isr.
cook ln hotels on tbe coast. Appljj
Charlie,  r.Q. Box 204,. &crelttok«y SATURDAY.  NOV.  llth, 1911.
THE ^A.IL-KIEIR.AX.D,  REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOV. llth, 1911.
I
•
i
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on tlie
tirst day of December ncv., application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of tho hotel license to sell
. ir by retail in the hotel known
as the Glacier House, situat at Glacier, in the Province ui Biitish Columbia.
Dated  thia 28tb day of September,
1911. 3t'ds.
Canadian   Pacific   Railway  Company,
Applicant.
!"UT MANN—The Canadian Northern Pacific Railway Terminal and
Port, Towns.te on sale within 60
day?.  Sun * completing. The
highest priced lots there will be those
ur Bmall subdivision. Only
'"  i  ts     lelt.    Trices  from  $1500  up.
They are 3'"'. yards Irom the water.
-.   into  these  immediately  if  you
'   to  make  big     money    quickly.
Write for maps, etc., to   the Selwyn
Investment   Company,   Limited,      311
Dominion Trust Buildinp, Vancouver,
B. C. t.c.
Water & Light Department
NQTICE is heeby given that
commencing Nov. 1st, an increase
of 20 per cent, will be made on
light rates to subscribers outside
hut bordering on City limits. September and October and future
installations to be arranged under
agreement and a minimum amount
guaranteed monthly for a period I
of five years.
By Older.
BRUCE LAWSON,
Nov. 4-3t City Cletk,
Fire Alarm Boxes
Signals are given thus: 2 strjkes,
nterval 5 seconds—-4 strokes, Box
4. No. of box will nlso be shown
n  indicator at Fire Hall.
FIRE BRIGADE NO. TWO.
Box  No.   14—Corner    Kirst    street
jul    McKenzie    avenue,  C.  B.  Hume
£• Co.
Box  No.   15—Corner First      street
nd  Rokuby  avenue,  post  otlice.
Box   No.   10—Corner   Second  street
and  Government  Road  aud       Opera
louse.
Box No. 17—Coruer Third struct
,il Campbell avenue, Globe !,um*
r.r company.
Box No.  18—C.P.R.  station.
Box    No. 24—Cornor    Filth    street
ud     McKenzie      avenue,      Catholic
hurch.
Box No.  25—Corner    Sixth     sueet
ud Orton avenue,  W.  A.  Foote.
Boi   No.   26—Corner  Fourth  straet
ud Townloy street,    corner      south
rack.
Boi No. 28—Corner Second    atroit
nd Hobson avenue, MrB. Baker.
Uoi No. 34—Fire Hall No. 1.
■ Uox  No.   35—Hospital.
Uoi No.  36—School.
Filth:  BRIGADE  NO.   ONE
Uox No. 44—Fire Hall No. 1.
Box     No.  45—Front street      west,
car C.  P. R.  bridge.
Box    No.    46—Corner    King      and
loiiglas streets, Palace Meat Market.
Uox  No.   47—Coruer   Second       and
Vales streets, back ol court house.
Uox  No.    48—Corner    Third      and
Mhas. streets, Cowan block,
•signal   tor   practice—not   lean   ti.m
It  (6) slow strokca.
Ono  (1)  indicates line broken      or
rn out.
I P. R. TIIEIIUE
CANADIAN mm
Wins Sir Thos.
Prize ot $1,1
Siiautjhnessi's
00 in Gold
NOTICE.
Hav.n.- Seen presented with a very
largi   petition .if the rate payers    ol ;
•;.. • eating me to oHer my-
*■'.: .is ,i candidate lor the otlice ol
I 1912, I take this oppor
t mity ol thanking my Irlends lor
their support and contidence and nn
nouncing myself as a candidate; and
it elected will promise to do my ut
most for the welfare ol the city.
W.   H.   SUTHERLAND.
WESTBOUND.
So. 3 arrives at li a.m., leaves at
6 -id a.m.
No. 1 arrives at 3:15 p.m., leaves
■ci. 3:36 p.m.
So. 13, Seattle train, arrives at
4:35  p.m.,  leaves at 4:45 p.m.
EASTBOUND.
No. 14, Seattle train, arrives at
7 L5 a.m.,  leavea 7:35 a.m.
No. 2 arrives at 11:40 a.m., leavea
ut. 12 o'clock noon.
No, 4 arrives at 12:45 a.m., leaves
at 12:55 a.m.
South train leaves It-avelstuke at
7:'i5 a.m., arriving back at 4:1a p.m.,
connecting here with No. 13.
NOTICE OF  SALE    UNDER
MORTGAGE.
Notice   is  hereby  given  that  under
.*.: .1  pursuant  to the  powers of    sale
.a a certain  Mortgage   -lut
I 22nd March,  1902,  nrndc by Char-
lea Turnr*.s- t ■ Lucy Law .aid by her
assigned  to  Patrick  Burns  hy  Indenture   lal       -    :.  .March.   1905,  tbere is
ofiei-ed fi i   s.iie by tender Lot 1H7 in
ne,   Kootenay   District,   save
i ept   1*0 acrea thereof compris-
• hcate of Title No.  11055 \
the  lands    Ben :   Ior Bale containing
■    acres    and liein*: Bltuate
n-ar T: iui  Lake City iu the I).strut
* : West  Kootenay.
Ten.'.ers     address?'!    io  the  under-
■  ra for the Mortgagee
I atrick  Burns,  will be received  up to
ling the 25th day of Novem-
-   1911.
Terms of sale ca6h.
Hate'.      tbis  Srd day  ol November.
at Re'    stoke, B.C.
i i P.nkham,
Patrick  Burns.
Mortgagee.
COMING EVENTS
Nov. 30— Mark Hamburg the great
Russian Pianist, ut the Bdison
theatre.
l ci iiibei .. Masquerade Ball, under
allspices uf Fire Brigade No. I, *"
the Opera  House.
I *c. is—c.P. Walker presents the Wm
ViiU- companj In the Rivals, .it th
Edison theatre.
Ian, 26—The famous r Jub-
ilce  Singers considered the hest col
red concert company  on the
1'idison theatre.
Feb. 26—The Castlesquare !■'• "er
tainera In high diss concert at the
I'ydLson theatre.
Lookout  tor I
. urVau levllle show.
Ohrlstroaa   -    Comli
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Tournei   and Tl orpi ite R-
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Healthful Food
New York, Nov. '.I— Canada is well
represented in the land show in the
Madison Square Garden. which is attracting thousands of visitors. The
British Columbia government has a
splendid exhibit of one hundred varieties of potatoes under the direction
of Kt.uurt Wade, of New Westminster
and Ashi'l Smith, the well-known "po
tnt.o king" of Uritish Columbia. They
have won the Stillwell J1*,0(M» cup offered  tor the best potatoes grown in
America,
The Okanagan and the Kooteuay
are competing for the apple pri'/AW
with magnificent specimens ol all the
well known varieties including Gunn'-
tlolih'ii spy, Newton Pippin, Cox Orange Pippin, Banana and scores of
other varieties,
The Central Alberta Development
Leaguo of !• .Inumion have a splendid
exhibit under the direction of J, L.
Porte, "i tha grains, grasses, vegetables, minerals, etc.
The irrigation department of the
('..ii,..linn I'acilic Railway have one
of the most nil.stic booths in the
building, und has spared uo excuse
to Illustrate irrigation farming, and
it nlso has splendid aamplee of grains
grasses and vegetables.
Something decidedly new is the exhibit of the passenger department ot
the Canadian Pacilic Railway at cx-
hihitions of this sort. The railways
ate constantly vying with each other
m putting out something new and unique, and ther Is therefore much com-
|.i" ition between them as to which will
Iiave the most novel and attractive
booth.
W, T. Robson. general advertising
agent of the Canadian Pacilic, has
b<"ii in New York for days superin-
bendlng the erection of a huge photograph of the Canadian Pacilic licet irf
67 steamships has been enlarged from
an ls by 10 negative to 7 feet 6 by
11 feet 10. lt forms thc background
of the booth and in the daytime it is
lighted by a rellcctor at thc top oi
the frame. At night time, hy an arrangement oi electric lights at the
rear of the picture, all state rooms
port holes, must lamps and other
.1 ik lumps will bc ma-dc to shine us
though tbe ship- were really at sea
nnd the passengers enjoying the sail
to then* heart's content. Policemen
are required to control the crowds in
front ol thia exhibit. All the work
on the huge enlargement was done at
the Canadian Pacific photographic
department in Montreal under the
direction of the ollicial photographer
Besides the big central picture there
are other -mailer enlargements, and
there are also nine panoramic views
..( the Canadian Rockies and the Pacific coast. These panoramic pictures
.!• ■ Irom direct negat 11 Ing t.tk
, n with ,, circuit camera. Thej
t eight  feet  long nnd show
thirty   to  fifty
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til   I in i.la     .ire
a ". •■ hundred tett of apace
in i.i an  Pacific    Rail-
in ij   li  m moose hunting   in     New
Brit-
Th        iten     totes    (hlbitora    are
i itteotioo the Canadian
:  it  is    re-
gretta *.n iriian ei!.
... it pari
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I ment of the winning by a Canadian
farmer of the $ 1,1100 wheat prize at
the big land and irrigation show at'
New Y'ork, has been received with
much satisfaction by Sir Thomas J
Shaughnessy and other Canadian Pacilic railway officials. In putting up
the pi-iae. Sir Thomas open'y showed
his belief in the superiority el Canadian wheat lands by throwing the
contest open to farmers of all America, both United States and Camilla
ami lie is greatly pleased that his
faith in Canada has not 'been misplaced. The United States railways
were by no means anxious to have
the Canadian railway- represented at
the show and a New York paper commenting on the. results of the competitions says that they were not to be
'blamed, as the Canadians captured
the most important prize of the show
Who Villi Be New ieiriep?
1 London, Nov. '.I-'"he Unionist party
is to swap horses while crossing the
Home  Rule stream.
Rt. Hon. Arthur i. Balfour, at an
emergency meeting of tbe eity of Lou
don Conservative As .('iation, this af
ternoon, announced his retirement
from tbe leadership of the Opposition. Impaired health, increasing age
und the desirability that the leadership puss into younger hands were
the reasons he gave in a speech mark
ed  by  much  feeling.
But no one doubts that the increas
ing attacks against him by the ambitious younger Conservatives, particularly the tarifl reformers, were
thc principal  factors.
While a number of Influential Union
ists and would-be leaders, notably
Mr. Austin Chamberlain and Mr. F.
E. Smith, have been demanding -his
retirement from the leadership, few
believed Mr. Balfour would drop tbe
helm in such an Important stage of
the party's fortunes. Lord Lans-
, dowue, opposition leader in the house
Of lords, denied reports that he also
would  withdraw,
Mr. Balfour will ten.nit in the
house of commons, although he would
be elevated to the peerage if he so
desired. While he, as ex-Pret.iier, was
recognized as the leader of the vholo
party, the leadership will now h» divided, his successor probably the Rt.
Hon. Halter Hume Long, who represents the Strand, and Lord Lans-
downc.
' Advanced turill reformers favor Mr,
Austen Chamberlain, while Sir lid-
ward Henry Carson, Dublin University, and Mr. F.K. Smith. Walton division of Liverpool,  arc mentioned.
Dissatisfaction with Mr. Balfour as
leader has long been growing amen.;
lhc tarifl reformers, who criticized his
apparent lack of convictions on tl
issue. The feeling gainsd great lm-'
petus wheu he advised tbe house of
lords to swallow the Veto bill.
London, Nov. 'j—The Conservative
morning papers say that miline; health was the sole reason for Mr. Balfour's retirement.
Evidently the announcement of Mr,
Balfour's retirement .ame earlier
than was originally planned, because
In a letter excusing hlina f from nt-
tendanci- at ., political meeting tonight, he refers to circumstances
which made il necesrary for him to
antldpal late of his resignation
Crystal Pcljce Appeal
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THE WINTER
STYLE BOOK
32 Colored Paget
2000 Illustrations of
LADIES'HOME JOURNAL
PATTERNS
IS NOW ON SALE
5c if purchased with a 15c pattern
Mail or Telephone your
orders. Have our Traveller
call. Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
See special window displays.
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CHRISTMAS being only six weeks away it is none
too soon to begin planing and looking to a solution of the gift problem. Slowly but surely the
days of useless Christmas gifts are passing and people
are spending less and less each year on the useless Jim
Cracks that for generations has been the plunder carried
in old Santa Claus' pack. cAside from the association
the old time Christmas gift was a bugbear to the recipient. It was usually some thing you did not know what
to do with when you did get it.
In purchasing our stock this year we Iiave ever kept
this idea before us, and can now offer you ihe greatest
variety" of useful and reliable merchandise 1 iiat has yet
been over our counters, and every day sees new goods
arriving.
flew Goods Arriving
The Christmas Handkerchiefs are in, also new
Silk Waists, ladies' Coats, Colored Silk Fringes,
Silk Cord Girdles, Frogs and Ornamental Buttons
ladies' Collars and Neckwear.
Gift Umbrellas
Thev" are becoming more popular each year as a
gift, and nothing can be more useful. Just now
we have a splendid showing of the new ideas in
Handles—the long Ebon>" and Flemish Oak and
the long Fillegre Metal Handles, from
$2.00 to $15.00
$j#&s     What Cute Baby Coats
This has been the summing
up of several ladies who
have looked over our stock
of Children's White Bear
Coats. They are very
reasonably priced at
$2/<0 to $5.00
Clothes lor the Little Chaps
Browns,   Greens   and   Greys  are the   colors
this sea3jn.   Pretty colors,   eh!    W.ll,  the
styles arc right too
—you can have a
half   hundred    to
choose   from.    Fit
boys from 3 to 8
years.
$3 to $4
Girls   Drssse
to lit children from
2to8years. They
ure a swell bunch,
neatly made, navy
serges. The designers have ox-
celled themseleves
in style and you
will be pleased
with the result.
They sell here at
$1.50 to 4.50
House Furnishing Department
Eiderdown and Lambs
Wool Comforters
These are by far the choicest goods on
the market at the price.
Choice Eiderdown Comforters, covered
with best English Sateen, quilted and ventilated, choice bordered effects.
Same cover with pure white carded Lambs
Wool, light and warm.
You 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.
Linoleum and Floor Oilcloths
All the new patterns in Inlaid and primed
Linoleums anil Oilcloths, all widths from 3 feet
to 1:2 feet wide.   Best Scotch manufacture.
Prices from 40c to $1.65 per sq. yd.
Curtain Poles and Fixtures
Window Blinds and Fixtures
CurU
Wine
CARPET SQUARES
We have just taken in stock a lot of the
famous Schuman AxminsterSquares. Oriental
and conventional designs. Also small rugs.
These are exceptional values and very pleasing
effects.
DRAPERIES
How about draperies for your archway and
windows. We have a choice line of heavy mercerized Madras, Brocketelle Silk, Silk Tapestry,
all suitable for archways and over draperies.
Tapestry Portieres in reds, greens and
mixed effects.
Heavy Reversible Velour in red, green antl
old gold, as well as all woo! basket weave
wrepps, suitable for stencilling. Colors Red,
Greenand Brown.
HEARTH RUGS
A choice selection of Hearth Rugs
Axniinsters, 27x54 and 30x60, in mixed and
Oriental effects.
English Dag Dag Rugs—a fine range of these
splendid goods suitable for the best  rooms
Mohair I'lush Rugs in reds'and greens, sizes,
13x27 and 27x54.
Choice Syrmna Rugs in plain colors and floral
antl Oriental design, reversable, and will
give splendid service. Sizes, 18x30, 80x60
and 36x72,
tmvraxamMMs-.ist
Men's Furnishing Department
Xmas Shoes
Doubtless you have already commenced to think
of a suitable Xmas gift for some friend. If you
have decided on slippers or shoes right now is the
time to purchase. Our stock is complete; all lint3
are yet unbroken. Now our clerkshave lots of time
to serve you and will give you their best attention.
Later this will not be the case. Call and let us
show you.
Ladies' Velvet House Slippers—Fur trimmed,
medium heel, leather sole, Juliette style, in plain,
brown, green, red and gray.      Price, $1.75 per pair.
Ladies' Red Felt Bedroom Slippers, heavy felt
sole with leather bottom, well lined.   $1.25 per pair
Ladies' Felt House Slippers, fur trimmed, medium heel, leather sole, low Juliette style, in plain!
brown, black and fancy patterns.    Price, $1.75 Pair
Ladies' Plaid Felt Bedroom Slippers, heavy felt
sole, with leather bottom, well lined.  $1.25 per pair
Ladies' Jaegar Pure Wool House Slipper, felt
sole with leather bottom, wool linings, variety of
patterns  Price, $1.50 per pair
Children's Ankle Strap Felt Slippers, sizes 3 to
10 40c. per pair
Misses same as above, sizes 11 to 2 50c. per pair
Infants' plaid Ankle Strap Slipper, sizes 3 to 7.
 50c. per pair
Child's, same as above. frizes 7 to 10.
 80c. per pair
Infants Light plaid House Slibper, sizes 3 to 7,
  50c- per pair
Child's, same as above, sizes 7 to 10	
 60c. per pair
Misses', same as above, sizes 11 to 2. Price,
 75c. per pair
Misses' Jaegar Slippers, sizes 11 to 2. Price—
  $1.25 per pair
Misses' Red Felt, Juliette, leather sole. Price,
 $1.25 per pair
cTWen's plaid Felt House Slippers, heavy felt
sole with leather bottom, solid counters. Price—
 $1.50 per pair
Men's Jaegar  pure  wool  Felt  House   Slipper
low cut.    Price $1.75 per pair
Men's Ditto, High Cut.   Price —$2.00 per pair
Men's Leather House Slipper, Opera cut, either
black or tan   $1.75 per pair
Men's Romeo Leather Slippers, black or tan,
patent trimmings      Prices, $2 to $2.50 per pair
Holiday Neckwear
The newest creations in Men's Neckwear just
opened in anticipation of the early shoppers, If
you have not .cen the new ones come at once. You
will he well repaid for your trouble.
The Wide-End Tie which makes up in a
small knot is the new shape, and will be found in
all grades of silk except plain colors which will
come in the more conservative straight ties.
Persian and Oriental patterns will be found to
some extend, but the diagonal stripe will be the
leader. The new Regal Red will be favored, but
the more quiet shades of brown and grey will be
the most popular.
Wide-End Four-in-Hands in all shades feom
 75c. to $2.50 Each
Poplins,  In straight ties, all shades, at  Si.oo
Bow Strings,   in   patterns  and   plain   colors,
 35C- t0 50C
Made-up Shapes in all the new shades from..
 25c. to 75c.
Mufflers
A complete stock ol absolutely new goods.
You can make no mistake in coming here for
them. All the new shapes from the knitted scarf to
thc full dress protector.
5Cc. to $4.50 Each
DENTS FINE GLOVES
What more acceptable gift for any man than
a pair of gloves. Right now lind out his size.
All the world know Dent's gloves to be tha best on
the market. We have them in all shades of grey
and brown, unlined, silk lined, wool lined, fur
lined, either in dressed leathers or in Suede or
Mocha. Sizes 7 to 11. Prices which will suit
the most fastidious.     Per pair—
$1.1>0 too $3.50
Crockery   High Class Groceries
Tea and Dinner Sets
Do you stop lo think that the Xmas season will
soon be here. Have you thought of the friends
you will be giving gifts to. Just come in and look
at the large and elegant assortment of fancy china
and crockery.
TEA SETS—A dainty and high class bargain
in four different patterns of 40 pieces at
$6.O0 Each
DINNER SETS-Soint of the best we have
ever shown—l)7-piecc Dinner Sets in blue and green
patterns at
$10.00 Per Set
STOCK PATTERN DINNER SETS in Gilt and
Elite, ranging in Price from
$10, $13, $18 and $20 Each
FANCY   IMPORTKD  WHITE   AND   GOLD
DINNER i-ETS at
$25  Each
Royal Crown Derby
The one and only ware that takes the eye of
every one, never out of style. We have a very
large assortment this year in Sugars and Creams.
Bowls, Bon-Bons, Plates, Comports, Cups, Saucers,
Ciks Plates, Jewel Boxes, Trays, Jugs, Salads,
Teapots, Salts and Peppers, Marmalade Stands,
Chocolate Pots, Honey Jars and  Covered  Muffins.
Moorcroft Ware
This is a new line. We have dever carried this
line before, but the quality, elegance and price of
this high class china induced us to stock it this
season. You want to see this china and you will
say that it is worth the price and more. Buy
before they all go. Vases, Jardinieres, Teapots,
Sugars and Creams. Candlesticks, Bowls, Jugs,
Trays, lion Bons and Coffee Pots.
FRENCH LIMOGES SETS beautiful designs,
al from
$40 to $70 Each
mm
Cut Glassware
The latest and newest designs and patterns in
Bowls, Nappies, Celery Trays, Jugs, Tumblers,
Vases; Sugars arid Creams, Oil BottleB, Water
Bottles, Fern Dishes, Knife Rests and all the articles that are required to satisfy the requirements
of all.
Xmas Delicacies
Our new Xonas Groceries are now on the way,
a full car of Raisins. Currants, Figs, Dates* Peels,
Fruits, Nuts, Candy and Spices. Don't heave your
buying too late as you can always be sure of everything when you buy early. ■SATURDAY, NOV. nth, 1911.
'I'J  I  iii     'Vi  & 1  I ■   IA EE   LliM,    U'. Ui V   li, I ,   ITOKE
BATTJRDAT, NOV. llth, 1911,
Special
Sale
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Women's Department
t>4  Special  Sale
Of Girls' Winter  Coals
Ol   Ladies'  Winter Coats
Of Ladies' Top Skirts
Of Ladies Fall Costumes
Of Ladies' Furs
Of Ladies' Sweaters
Ol   Misses   and  Children's
N'avj   Blue Serge Dresses
RUBBERS   RUBBERS
-/Men's Ladies' and Children's
Iferent varieties al the lowest prices
cTHEN'S DEPARTS
Men's   I'wced Overcoats
The       rm on Hi     '    ■  ■       I    I
ami Thill's       tlig   l.'antel   Square  sale  on  al   R
i mm ieni     H       oil's,  see  their  window   for sain
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.:          nin          *    * tficolu
''    ; j    Coal   ai I   Coke i now
i' mill., -j,  ami    will i wo  car
i  I Five-roomed     house   lor
'  ni  , ii. i* i.n Fourth sl reel.   H.N,
'•utirslcr. t.c.
Men's Tweed Suits
Sale   Price $12.00
Men's Odd  Pants al per pair
$2.1   I up  !;
Me 's I lea\ 5   Woi ki
every pair \\ ai ran'.
;    1
Sale  I rici   :, 13 10     , . ;
li  '       * *       t atten
I r.   M  1. .i' ' ■   i .   ii   ■  hnd  ii clos *
i  lire tl nl   ahoul
n   *   ■
i"n i ■ ■,,  i ■     i   *■
Men's  Frai ,.  Slan r Si, ,:*. i   I ine I
are i
ii ■ *i                  me .-ui I
nt  1             * *    ■" was
W.   Crimen,
:   ii   v   .i'i                 ,n Hi *
.      'V
Millinery"
New arrivals.in
at LG
:.•***.-.      _)
*    i,
*
I"   '     ;'   i*.
'tv.it  Oil
*  ■■■
M
*
nil.hi
ii >T \ Fox Terrier Pup, about six
niiint.lis old. Black spot on back
and tail. Finder will be rewarded
. n i .'I mn n • same to Cl. Woodland.
1ST   t! in li man's  Locket,  with di i
ond i ■ i.n one    Ide and Oil I
i'IIowb i rn! I im, three links, on the
othor. A libel .1 rawnrd will be
I'aid to person r l nm n *■ same to
.'.   1).   Mc.Di in.1,1 2t.
I'   T CLASH    TEAMSTER,     Htrici
i   taler,  wishes wi rk.  Apply "C"
i Ilerald Offlco. 2t.
Fin nishi 1    live roomed    house     tor
i  in    ■:  >* m Foni Mi street.   H.N,
tier.
REID &
)
"" dT~^
. de Van's Female Pills
■■  'I'       \t mr;          Litis, Theso
i*.; ■„,,,i.,a    ' . :   .*. i ii ; . . i itulutlns IImj
ioi il nip ii   ii   in ,*    tunic sj tern.   Refuse
I ip iiiiitatluiis.   Dr, lie Tan's are sold st
* * *.. nr il i.   i r4'".   Mailed lo sny nddress.
, lie s,*.a„>n Drug Co., Bt. Catliariuos, Out.
li is time you woro (jettingbusy at your Christmas
eif is We are headquarters for everything in fancy
work here and you will always find our stock complete.    We have just received a new lot of
PATTERNS FOR STAMPING
including Pillow Cases and Towel Ends, Cosies, Work
Bags, Night Dresses, Corset Covers, Doylies, Centre Pieces, etc., antl can stamp you anything you
require,
TINTED NOVELTIES
in Cushion Tops, Centres, Scarves,. Work Rags, Tie
Holders and a dozen other pretty pieces.
THREADS AND WOOL
Berlin wool, all shades, in 2, 4 and S fold Belding
Silks in Kilo, Royal and Rope Silks, Peri Lasta, I).
,\1 C . Klostersilk, Hoops, Needles, Stillettos, etc,
SEE OUR WINDOW.
oMcLennan C& Co.
V*-.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
DoD't   lorget   the locui vaudeville uU
November -*tth.
Mrs. McKitrick ui Nakusp, is visit
.Wi in the city.
Mrs. P.  J. Mellon ot Beaton, ia   n
g leet  in the city.
Reserve the late lor the local van
le  ...u  Nov, 21.
Mi5.   Ke.th   McQuarrie   will   ■''"•■
Wednesday, next, the !.">tb.
Bourn    Bro     new       '• :      *''"
ready lot   occupancy about the    i.i'ui  the  new   wai. ,
■"■"■'"" tm—,*■"-■'—■».-.*-
CHALLENGE
.AND
EGGS
We have jusi received our winter stock of this
celebrated brand. Let us quote you a'] ice iy the
case.    Every egg guarante
AYRSHIRE   RCSE TTER
None bc Iter; not any as good,   i
take your winter rei
give you a price thai v, i I
A. HOBSON,
i'i.* i - *■ i i ■. .
liad  a     i:  :  *. \ *     ,'iolenl
■nth  r.n
■ii sen
a •     h   t   ■ ■ I cal in     the
strike    ii
mate!          ii  ;, i *. stick    ol
tiynaml        am  a r I '   pr    ably
he i isnll    ' ner's carelei
■   ,: tick     to
■' cplotle  wh n  Uii the mini
*manmgma
..
Jw
taunt
is an account with us on a few lots in
!Hlr
MACKfcNZH
lAinrn
* * ring   '*    i ***   ■
■ im   cold  am.itli .
X )OK
' El
vi th.* past tew lays, c1"' builders
anJ onttactors have practlcallv
i* aseii    i  rat "i"
The  Poultry   Association   will holil
a meet.nit   in  thc  city   ball  on 'I'm-
dag ut  • o'clock!   Everyone  Interest  I
*.*j is In * *'. ! to ne present. |
The     ild   ■'■ atUei  ol  the  Pas
caught nearly uli  the citizens unpre-
red.   la     couse inence Iroisen  pipes
:   itic  J.iy.
Mr. C. 1-    Lindmark returned      on
Tuesday night frum Wetaskiwin where
. -  purcl  used a carol   Uiv!  cattle    to
Hunter's lumber camp
up the  Columbia  river.
beaw*     your    oi lei   soon  Ioi   > our
\.i.,.-  cards  •'•ith your name priutt-d    .   ,,   M:l,.,t..ti .l.l's  time
B      them,   i'.u    Macdonald's    drug      ^    ?    R    ^.^
tilul samples al  rean
■   , i
.   ..     : Bishop ol  Se»   Wi -
^.t ...   ; i-i .   Thus. Greene ol K< *
,-isitors in the city,     tli •
M    .    ...    Peter's    recti rj
■     ng-
lit.    L".  A. P
,. . ■ moon, h.iv
- mj meeting ol thi
*   ;ommittee  dI     tht.  Diocese     i I
Kootenay.
.     *    ,   Single  Co.  dQse       iu I
,tB, -  * ■       •  gtt  at   the      Bdison    Ml   *i" I      '      *
great   comedy "What   'tore    Dcn't stifle,
.  to  Junes" is t;.f Pla5  •"   :"n,v'
^ht. Mr.  Tayloi   ■ ■'   Li
tan  ol the  D
A   %
'
We have ninety cords of goofl. clean, dr> cedar in 1-1
16  inch lengths.   We also have cedar,    li ■ emlock
mixed.    Get your orders in early for immediate deli\
KOOTENAY AGENCIES LIMITED
■in
it'll, 1
■        ' til
"' * *      ■       ll'   I'l ' .'■'■*'
ii i* *,* .   -■• *      phonl   I
*    n  recital      'At
"1!        n    i,1
.    " ,        '■ i
■ i        "       ,. ■ .
'An     1 ■     ■   i        ■   rill
nthcin,    "Fi-rrc
THE COMING C. N. R. CENTRE
rhe Run
i    ■■
i v *■•       :  ■     t nl
.   *      nol  hold
ft   I esday ev
•    * | .    il
icement    will  |
Fancy  writing  papcrB,  all   i
Igns .it   Maod maid's drug
Mi-   Harry   I.  Bi ws n cei *
lay tor the ftrat time.
.Mrs.   .1.   P.   Mil -ei ii i        * : '       * i
.» v.'i* iiiM-.lay  atterm on
\ii,   new   hook   yon  want,
:  n  card  party   '■
i nun
Mr.   John   D.   -     ml
Thursday    evenin
rip to  Vancouver
I'll.IIIM* -    ■■■■! -.     J*l
Mann' s  lor  iiimm.'i
or sal      t Mncdo
Mi . J. A    Buckli
■
Ug
*
umi n
i *   ■
.....
Wc predicted that our property in Moose Jaw would soon advance and those who
rtvantage oi oui advice receive this week the benefit of an advance of
from $20 to $& | :r lot. The same thing will soon apply to our Kindersley property We have sold over 50 lots in the growing town of Western Saskatchewan
and hav< onl} ti few more to dispose of at the old price of $'.)() each. Now is
your opportunity a small amount down and a few dollars each month will secure you a few of these choice lots.
dersley
Kindersley
Kindersley
in dors lev
tndersley
Kindersley
Kindersley
i
Is a new town with an assured future,
is only one year and a half old and has over 70 of a population and still growing fast.
is a Divisional point 125 miles west of Saskatoon.
will be a C. N. R. Centre with live railways.
will be a great distributing Centre.
is the Centre of a Fine Farming  District.
will be a second Moose Jaw.
Buy Now in ROSEDALE. KINDERSLEY. a Sure Money-Maker
Lots Now Only $90 Each. $10 down, $5 a month.
We have several good buys in Revelstoke property.
".   :'.   ■ '
.       '        '•'
■  resbe I
'
the m
Lumber,   L '■    M'
*-*
Mr-.  F,   Wright   o
I WATSON REALTY CO.
.*   *  siting   i.  '
I    -  ■   ■
ng
.   ••
* M'.i*
u -   '■" ■ ■■    '
mi
•.u th» *...        '
The    .fy
,  nc*    ..-■''-ng
DeM centre ol '■■« U»«
..'   renal
Ij were i moved, are
■     *   * .  .      ll   ""   oi .
G. Foley, Manager
■
Mackenzie Avenue
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ADDITION
3MAVS    1)U UO  STORK
j     REXALL Ci
wt    .A
XMAS PAPETRIES
\ window lul   ■■
35c. each nr 3 lor $1.00
It,*   -nrt I- H«t ill  **ii
*,.   *:   | .   ■     ■ •
* .        , xhaueled.
Lum'- in
ROCKY   FOUNTAIN
XMAS  FOST   CARDS
75c per dozen
KL.'AI.I. Cherry <-
■  up
NKW   HOOK'S
Mai    *
•V ■■ M'n .1
M rtli   Hei
'I     ..*   i   .    ,.     *.'.,!        *    *
iTorciu i* Hnd In}
■ b       i i" i ■'',:
,   l'|   ■'       Holi      :
i ,,.     lu,   Hie) '■
'IMoUn i * "m      '
, I,,,"   j;iiii'i)'.iiniii''^ '•■ ii    ■
Thk BKXAU. DKixi srroui:
t investors are buying property in
epending on the increase in values that will
/ mors ths.
DDITION as being one of the best prop-
After the first payment is made no other
1912.   By that time the C.P.'R. Car Shops
will The C. N. R. and the G. T. P. will be run-
ni . and the Street Railway into South East
C >mpleted.    Improvements such as these will
mean a b /alues.
Just 44 L b.   These Lots are felling rapidly.
KOOTENAY   AGENCIES. LIMITED
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