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"Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $00'j
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PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 17 - No. 87
REVELSTOKE B. C. NOVEviBEK ', 1911
$2.50 Per Year
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WHAT MAKES MORE HAPPINESS THAN SITTING
AROUND THE GLOWING COALS. ESPECIALLY IF THEY
BE BURNING IN A HANDSOME HEATING STOVE7    i
OUR   HEATERS WILL TONE UP THAT   ROOM   AND:
BE AN ORNAMENT AS WELL AS A COMFORT.
WHEN YOU BUY YOUR STOVE OR RANGE FROM
US YOU WILL BUY A RELIABLE MAKE.
DON'T WAIT FOR THE COLD SNAP LET YOUR
NEIGHBOR WAIT-BE READY FOR IT AND HAVE THE
LAUGH ON JACK FROST.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada $
Hoad Office -Toronto, Ontario. V
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
6,000,000.00
5 944.278.00
5,944,278,00
Branches nr Agents at all principal points in Oanada,
Agents in Oreat Britain anJ United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bink, Limited. Chicago—First N.u ional. Hunk, Corn Exchange National Bank. Rsattle—Seattle National Bank, SanFran-
cisro-\Veil» Fai'gn Nevada National Bank, Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Pe9ftrtment
Dcposite of $1 and upward,  reoMn ■'  interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited. V
Rovelstoke Branoh—A. 3. McCleneghan, Mgr.    §
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IIS WOHiR BV
[KB OF IHE WEEK
President Powell is Very Anxious
for Early Resumption—Conference at Frank, 6. C.
Lethbridge, Alta., Oct;. 80—No action was taken by the executive ot
tlm miners' union ol district 18 and
the operators yesterday to put the
Bnlshlng touches to the Orow's Nest
strike that was settled In tbis city
ni Wiil it cilay through ii conference
wnli Hon. Robert Rogers, minister
(if the interior. It wns given out,
however, by both Bides that an adjustment would tnke place at Frank
ninl ji session would be called there
lor Tuesday, Oct.  31.
In the meantime action will be tak
en towards getting things in shape
tor lbe resumption of work in the
different coal mines of Alberta and
British  Columbin.
In speaking of tbe matter yesterday
President W.ll. Powell of the miners'
union hart tba following to say:
"The sessions will be continued at
Frank beginning Tuesday. We may
be in session there a day or a week,
there is no telling, but I sincerely
hope that the mntter will he settled
just as quickly as possible so thnt we
can get back  to  work  In  tbe mines.
"Attbe conclusion of the conference
the matter will be put up to the men
for a referendum vote, but that will
only take a day or two and I expect
with good luck that we will be ready
to go to work not later than the end
of this week.
LORD DESBOROUGH'S VISIT
His Lo"dsiiip Talks on Commerce
of ilie Empire
the next sitting there would be 12,000
but of these numbers only about fifty per cent, were able to pass the
examinations which were very search
ing. As a result of these tests the
Chamber kept a H»t of qualified
clerks wbu could be recommended.
Alter a vote of thanks to Lord
Desliorougb for his interesting rc-
tnni'ks, tbe Hoard withdrew and acting upon an impromptu Invitation,
the officers of the Board met socially
with the guest of the afternoon and
leei the pleasure of bearing Irom bim
,i number of interesting Inoldents relating to  the  realm  of athletics.
Ono »f these Incidents was the
■iM.it Marathon rare at which he pre
i.l.'.l and  at      which  Durando     ami
ALARM ALL EUROPE
Turks lave Again Foothold in
Tripoli- Hundred Thousand
Thousand Soldiers Ready
Vienna, Oct. Sl—Hunger of a clash
with Italy, which may set all Europe
aflame with war, is considered most
alarming here In government circles
today. The I tat iuu reserves in Tripo-
Uongboat were two oi thc spectacu- li and tho Imminence of antl militar-
lar      llgures.    Speaking   ot  the      two    ,sl,  liU.,\ autimouarcliiral outbreak    in
have caused the
"lose ils head,"
tiry  of the professional element    to   witl>    Ulc    B^at    danger    that     all
lestroy the true nature of the sport   Europe may be embroiled.
ind he     commented on  the   lacrosse |    Austria  is  gravely  concerned    over
VI
ports of Oanadian and American or-
_'in,   namely   baseball  and      lacrosse,
ird    licsiiotiitigh deplored the tend-
Italy are believed ti
Italian ministry to
.■••ime which be had seen at Vancouv-
tr,   stating   that  the  spectators
in
Italy's  announced  intention  to    con
duct
England  would frown  down and hoot
iny  such   unmanly  conduct  as  strik-   ish  waters in  opeu defiance of
ng a  man   from   behind  as  he     had   triu's     warning.    It    is    understood
naval demonstration In Turk-
Aus-
efn done in the lacrosse game.
After leaving the club his Lordship
Oined g party bound for the Turkey
.upper at the Y.M.C.A. anil bad the
irlvilege of looking over the build-
ng  and  the  proposed  enlargements.
HEATING STOVES
We have a large stock of Helle
Oak, Sunbeam Oak, Hot Mlast
Airtight anil other beaters,
with specially heavy grates
anil linings, at prices to suit
all. Uur shipment ol Kootenay and Sask-Alta Ranges is
also due and we will lie able to
lill all orders.
Hay, Flour and Feed
Just uuloaderi a car of Royal
Household Flour, one of Oats,
Wheat ami Mill Peed and one
oi Timothy Hay.
Choice Groceries
Fruits and Vegetables
Sl
BOURNE  BROS.
Ming Bells
&
Hardware,
Stoves,
Home has been asked to explain and
that in case the explanation is not
satisfactory an ultimatum may be
sent  from  Vienna.
While African war news so fur received here has been meagre, there
is     apparently    no   doubt that   the
Turks   have   reoccupied  the   outskirts V|l "a w    A    1-vj \Z  \   • f~-t   y -*»  w --^ f ■>
of the city of Tripoli. It is      under-   *■  ■"  •<'»- -^   ■*•»> ►• • *-* A   >    A **>  U
Plumbing
a
On Wednesday the 25th October, a
llii to but pretty wedding was solcm-
■lized at Saint Francis Assi.-ii Cath-
dic church, when Miss Stella Virg-
nia Lessnrd became the bride of Mr.
•1.  Vi.  LaChancc
ired in silk embroidered net over
white satin with large white hat with
villow plume and carried a bodquet
,1 white chrysauthems. Miss K. Morgan acted as bridesmaid, dressed in
link and carried pink carnations. The
^room was attended by Mr. G. W.
Bell. Alter the ceremony the bridal
i'arty drove to the home of Mrs. J.
\. Bishop, sister of the bride, where
NEWS
stood that 5.U00 Italians have been
killed and that 7,000 are the prisoners of the Turks. These reports are
credited here.
If  Tripoli  has  been   re-captured,   it
is expected that the Turks  will mas-
Thc bride was at- sac,c every Italian >n the city. The
Italians massacred all the Turks in
Tripoli, including women und child -
ren, just before the Turkish attack
began and the Mosslems arc believed
sure to retaliate with the slaughter
of every living subject of King Victor
Emmanuel, should the city again fall
into their hands.
The Crioinalc D'ltalia of Rome, in
tin extra edition today, says that It-
uly is to mobilize 100,000 re-inforce-
lnner was served to a few intimate ments for immediate deapatch to Tripoli. It is reported that nearly al'l
the troops now en raute to Tripoli
arc rebellious, nnd that it is not at
all   impossible   that  they   may      lay
the
enemy.
Through   the  thoughfulness of    Mr.
Alexander  Mcllac the members of the
friends.
Board of  Trade  had  the  privilege  of ,
The bride and groom left on No. 13
meeting Lord Desborough ut an in-1 [or tht coast citles The briac'B te&.
formal gathering held in the parlors .-clling suit was ol King's blue vel-
of the Kevelstoke Club on Thursday vet trimmed with black, with hat to .,own
afternoon. match. On their return Mr. and Mrs
ln the absence of the chairman of I.aChanee will make their home In
the Board and of his Worship the Hevelstoke.
Mayor, it was arranged thut Mr. W. I 	
Cranberries, a few to ofFcrat per lb 15c.
Maple Syrup, Eastern Townships qt. sealer 65c.
Japan Rice, going up, some to offer at    8c.
Eastern Molasses Cakes, made from best ingredients, per lb.      15c.
Pickling Onions just in to-day, per lb  5c.
and a full line of new nuts, candies,
biscuits to choose from at
JOHN McIN'TYRK «fc SON      Phone 93
Shippers and Packers for the Hills
M. Lawrence should preside at the
meeting and welcome Lord Deslioc-
ough both on behalf of the Board
and on behalf of the city council. In
his introductory remarks Mr. Lawrence made a pleasing reference to
the ottice held by the distinguished
visitor as President of the London
Chamber of Commerce and also to
his connection with thc athletic world
In opening his address to the
Board his Lordship expressed pleas -
ure at meeting the Board and having
the opportunity to bring to its notice  the   proposed  conference  to      be
HUES THE POLICE
IU    LI1C    UlBfU
Mice Are Unable to Capture tf.e>'«"»"<
1 the African
Sardinian Wi o Skipped a
Siiort Time Ago
London, Oct. 31.—Mczsages rcceiv
ed here today from Tripoli indicate
that the Italian army there has suffered a heavy reverse, hut Rome officially denies the report that the Turks
have re-occupied the eity of Tripoli
after a terrific battle.
Orave danger to Italy is seen here
in the disaster which it is almost oer
alian arms have suffered in
campaign. The anti-militarists are eagerly awaiting such an
opportunity to start an outbreak,
which it is feared may ultimately
prove 10 serious ns to cause a revolu
JUST  ARRIVED:
Bear Skin Coats for Children
(Brown and White I
Bonnets  to   Match
Mrs. A,G, Crick, • First Street
Calgary,    Oct.  31-Desplte  the  fact   tion' en'l«nK«rinK th* throne of King
I Victor Emmanuel,
held iu London next year and to con   "»t the  police cordon  around     the j 	
sist of representatives from Chambers city has not been relaxed since,    the Malta,   Oct.30— Systematic   slaught-
of Commerce and     Boards of    Trade officers were tirst notified on  Sunday Ct   of  Arabs in  the onsis outside Tri-
from ali  parts ot the  British Domiu- morning  that   .lohn  l'ortulsezo,    had poll  has     been  carried  on  for   three
inns.    In   1908  a  conference  wus  held n a     ,,u:inel     over the sum of $40, laysby the Italians, according to dls-
In Sidney, Australia, representing the ^   ^ ^ a           ltpiot Ulimff<l patches from that city reaching here
commercial  interests of  nil  parts    of today.      livery  Arab  met  is said    to
tbe     British  empire and  the  present ''"""   lilUl'   ,h"  '"urherer  has so far   ^  , |  ^   ^   ^^    ^
movement was to establish what managed to successfully evade the ;1MlI m,1|1y women killed. I
might be known us a I'ermanent Im- -Hong arm oi thc law, und the ottic '\-ul. Bftmfl dispatches state that imperial Council of the Chambers oi 'ts are now lirinly convinced that menM datinme was done in the con-
Commerce of the Umpire. During the Portulseso has either committed sui- fusi,,„ |0Uowing the ltnlian bombard
same period then would be otber ''"le oris lieing hidden by friends in lmMlt ,,, QtegiMll on tict. 19, 300
conferences In session in London, ibis city, presumably in Riverside. civilians, half of whom were women,
namely      the conference  of  Premiers. I    That  l'ortulsezo has left th* cily is having  been  shot down.
conference ol Mcruticrs of Parliament, tn.t believed by any of the detectives                   	
conference of    Athletic   Enthusiasts, and plataclothesmen engaged on   the
Revelstoke Meat Market, ltd.
Distributors for Swift's Products
Fresh Killed Turkeys
Milk Fed Chicken
Wild Duck
We have them in
all sizes
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
High Class Mkat Purveyors
Phone 251
p. o. Box iei
P. BURNS C& CO., LIMITED
OYSTERS SPRING CHICKENS
IMPERATOR AND SHAMROCK HAMS
AND   BACON
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
WEST DEMURS NOTES
might be uble to have u retires, nta "i the city n short     time, and could,
Hon during these important functions uol ipeak Etaghtb at all   in gddftton
and assured tha Board lhat he per to this bli Bnancsa Mit limited, an.l Ths    Harvest Thanksgiving service
lonally   would  bave  pltaiurs  in  look tbe  fart   that   be  wai  last   aeen   run bold  In tba spacious druwiUK room of
im: i" tbe entertainment of    anyone nlnj past tba Rlvenl-da laundry    up Mis. DnnleH'a bome at Wait Damon
wtin might   ba  able  to  be  present. the  hill   toward   n   number   ot  Italian on Sun.lay afternoon last,   was      one
Speaking "f tbe    work undertaken houses, had led the police to believe that  will i«; remembered with pleaa-
by  the London Chamber ol Cummer- Hint  the   -layer  of  Bill]   Isbelni;  hid lire and pride by  thc people of    that
re and tba a tinted   Chambers   of ien by bin friends. settlement, this being the tirnt harv-
 - est festival  held  there.
Robin Hood Flour Beats Them All
^
Mrs II. N. Coursier carries "IT two first prizes
with ROHIN HOOD FLOUR.   The special prize
we offered antl also I'm   the  best  loaf from  any
flour.    If you want Ruotl bread use Robin Hood
the flour of quality.
G. W. BELL
P. O   Box 208
QROOER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
Apples Shipped to Paris
f'ominerce of Hreat Britain, he     In -
stanced  the willingness of tlio Imi>er-
ial Government  to consult with the*'
bodies on  matters relating to   Trade
and  Commerce.   Another feature  was
the usefulness of   the     Chambers as  Wll9 i,     Bureau a I'nrlsian     banker     The Congregation of various denom-
f'onriliation  Boards  in  the case      ol     ,     .       . .    ,,       _„„„„„ t„™,i   illations, hail rallied together for the
who has been lookini: over some land
labor strikes or lock-outs and In this
The  service   was conducted   Iiy  Hov.
A. Wilkie, Presbyterian minister    of
N'akusp, who delivered a very earnest
Bo delighted  with  Kootenay apples   and stirring sermon
service anil all  joined very     henrtily
connection he stated that « largo ,n,c,H on ,hp Arrow lakc' ttmt b° In singing the well known harvest
number of industrial disturbances had ordered some cases ol Hpitiicnbergs hymns. Mr. Wilkie himself singing
been  avoided by the facilities    whieh   from  the      Kootenuy  Krtiit  ({rowers', the coin.  "I  Hhall  Know  Him."  Mr.
Tailored Suits and Overcoats
FOR  MEN
Hundreds cf them herd by far the largest
Assortment we have ever offered in the
City. No matter what lhe price you are
prepared to pay there is a Suit or Overcoat here to meet it, They have the stvlc,
lit and cloth.
McRAE MERCANTILE CO.. LIMITED
Men's  Furnishers
L. 0. L
The    members  of L.O.L.  1058,    are
requested     to     meet at  their  Lodge
lenders Wanted
the Chamber afforded for the employers nnd employees to meet together and talk over matters of mutual Interest to themselves and of
indirect Interest to tbe country nt
large.   Por this purpose the Chamber
had rooms -which were alway avail
able for mnstrm and men to meet
tofetber and talk over their differ
ences. Tbe Chamber also undertook
tl,* aiatter of holding examinations
for rletks .iti.l   issued   certificates      to
I candidates, Whilsi at
tba llrat axgmlnatloo only noo presented themselves Ior cmminatlon at l""'i' News
union to he dispatched to friends   In  A.  I,.  Mny being
panist
Pruncc.
Mr. Bureau told B. Ilukens. mnn-
,,.,., „[ tit ■ union, lliil nowhere In the
world hud be seen apples to equal
those  raised   ill  the  Knotenays,    ami
before ba left Saturday tor home be
obtained from Mr. Hlckes llgures
showing the cost of Importing apples
from British Columbin to France,
■dating that he intended to advise
liis friends to order large (inutilities
M., 0-hriStmss consumption. -- Nelson
Tenders  are  l*lng  Invited   by    tbd
Hoom on Second street west,  at 6:301 Imperial  Bnnk  (,,  fc^^ for the er.
very able aceom- j p.m.  .Sunday.  November ."-th,  to    at- ] cction  „,  „   .^ sU>ny  ^^  ud
tend  Devine  service  in  tba  Methodist    „tion
I'nut,   (lowers,   vegetables  and  oth-1 „,,„..,,
-   cu"""' | in   thn crty.
All sojourning brethren are    oord-,    ?Hm nBd 8pec,flcat,0B11
ially Invited to accompany us t'iUts,b(J-1 lluring offl(< hou„_
ei local products were plentiful, and
most tastefully arranged at the pulpit end of the room. There wns a
good attendance, anil the service was
| enjoyed and appreciated by every one
present.
may    bs
service.
H.    McKINNEY.    K 3.
Moving pleturea WalgM.
LOST—A   Kox  Terrier   Pup, about six
months      old.   Black  spot   on  back ' Nov. 30-Msrk   Hamburg    tbe
and   I.ui.    Finder   will   ba   rewarded'    Russian      Pianist,    at  the
ou returning same tcj 0, Woodlaiid. t   theatre
great
Bdison
The  lowest or any  tender  not necessarily  accepted.
a. b. McCleneghan,
Manager.
WANTB1D—A position in hotel as coOtf
ten years experience ae titst-clastv
'M.k in hotels im the coaat. Apply
Charlie, P.O. Boi 2M,  Revelotoka, WEPN'ESPAY.   NOV.   1st,   1911
TJECE MAIL-HEBALD,  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   NOV.   1st,  1911
t
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
==^lnswell as fnir wages and the use uf a . KOOTENAY     LODGE,  No. ;5 A.  F
I cabbage, and garden, a percentage on' and A. M.
profits. They have beautiful little liegular meetiugs are held in MAS
homes, as you see, with electric light (JiN'lC TEMl'LE, Oddlellows' Hall
bath-rooms and kitchens that really ou the Third .Monday in eacn mouth
are kitchens. The only difficulty I at 8 p. ui. Visiting hretliren ar*
have is to prevent them doing more cordially welcome.
woik  than 1 order." KOBT.  UOHDON, W. M.
Now    began  our tour  of the  little '.       W.  B.  ROBKKTSON,  Secretary,
farm nnil when 1 thought of the farms    '
I  bad  known  in  the  old  days before j SELKIRK     LODGE  12,  1.  0.  0. F.
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THE MODEL FARM
DF IHF FUTURE
Motor Cars Used for Transportation of Products to and
from Market
"I  huve just paid a most Interest-
i ing  visit to  an  English  farm  of the
I future,"      writes  Martin   Woodward.
| "The farm   started      with   a     modest
capital of a  few  bundled  pounds borrowed  from  a   land   bank;  and       yoi:
may  imagine  my  surprise  when     he
met  me  at.   the    station   in   a   motor
"How can  you  allord this luxury'"'
otli   1.
"It is ;, uecesstity," said be. "Every
bng is , i necessity on the farm that
-   profitable,   and a car  pays    hand-
-■• Iy.     It   allows  me  to  go  quickly
lu and from market, so that I have
uli the moro time for supervising
ivork at home, and it gives me a
quick, cheap way of bringing my
o lit produce to thc market or the
s,.ition. Every morn'ing the car runs
a light load of eggs, berries, veget -
a les, dressed chickens, ami so on
into the town. Uy keeping In touch
with the market through the telephone, I am able to seiw many
chances wbich without telephone or
car,  would  never he within grusp."
"You make farming pay?" I asked
as we whirled along the country lane
wuich separated his homestead from
I'ne  market town.
"After you have soeu my farm you
i.ill think so," be answered. "1 have
i. en able to buy my little place out
ul profits,  llut a farm is not  made
  a   day.   It   has  been a long   work      to
It :s seldom that the opportunity build mine up from an old fashioned
IS to hear the great com- .,,rl ,,f farm, and to make the farm
posers work- Interpreted in our own |.,,y for all the improvements. It is
T yn tii so great a master as Mr. v. orth now many times what it was.
.Mars Hambourg. Therefore we r|u, farming that pays." he went
■ . - - • music lovers of Revel- , Ni "is a scientific business, nol a
st ike and listrict will Bbpw their ap tiuppy-go-lucky hand-to-mouth gamble
pn - ■ n tbis rare occasion by as ol old. The farmer must have a
.- -. stantml support to assure thorough business and agricultural
•-.   ■■     * il  success    ' the tirst    enl  education, besides such     courses    in
<5^|p§£>
WEDNESDAY,  Nov.   1st,  1911
Mark Hambourg
ragement    t  the  Bdison theatre,   on
■I ■ ■ •   .o.
M ■..-.-.  i! il Ugh  only tb I ty
i    already acb
m...'inistiy and bacteriology as will
enable bim to maae the right kind
* :  artificial    manures, and  to
il '  bis laud  as  need  lie.
"He must  produce the vet y  best  *
,-■. "rything by  scientific methods.  His
aim     must  be the lat ..est   qua
f-nm the smallest acreage.  II
! . ation and Intense cult h ition mast
l •  his watchwoi >;. and he m   ■
k   ip ,i sharp eye on the mark l
:..  by so doing can be dnv.* back the
I ii elgo invaders. We bavi
ti .t by scientific (arming we can hold
.   .r own  against   the foreigner.      The
mc  will  come when  we  shall
a  food-exporting nal
Tell  me,"   I  said, "what   you go in
Well," be sn.ti    "I .•'. in for     all-
'  Is :.    g,  and     my aim    Is to
od money.  Mine        * '   ( !■
:.   !• .      * i -.* ,ibeat  V***.     hould
hut  wheat, and    H    Is
.   ,   m.tii holding :".- *
lairv   product
.  *   remember,     Mi
■ :    Mj  .nm is to
• l   my   land   I**
* ing   tu
■ ,    ..r;!   everj
tt. ng that it, . I multiply
of
tarn*   *b I*    '   " ■'"" 'l **.   "*"      '"'"
gfa   .   p..*."
has
be m..   I    Thi*  Sapoleon ol  P ■ ■     ■    • ■       I I
.   ti     recent J    "•'    '* ■•■'   .-,* u po *
the .i tics have run 1 -     i
(prmldnlMe I  I: "     '
,;.  my choice  b eed
"And   I  keep  nothing  which     does
.i* -   nay   My Bystem of book keeping
iwi mi .-.  Iflance what  pi .lit "i lost
ittacbed  to each Item ,,n the (arm
ill  id   ot   alive.   I   study   each   m.i   ,i*m1
* h chicken hy the profit  and
t, tbu . a   daily   record   Is   made  of
*f   each   cow,   besides a I'si
come U
i ana .   .   tour
*  "
J.val   *
Bore   n I'. ..• ■,■:,,■■.ui.
o(  -i'i*:   I  ■ t .  - i, Ml    II un
bourg   devi a     talent     at
•such an early age thnt las father,
who bj the J - i.t   in
Toronto, ac! Pr-p-h-seor at McQlll I'n*
Iverslty, personally *tool( fits musical
Bducatlon  .:•  lintel and    brought  i,,m   tl     yield
out as a juvenile prodigy in Una. Ini the quality of th* milk; and tbe
1891 he left London, whither his family migrate!, and went to study un
i)er LaclMlltzky ia Vienna, where I.-
remained three rears, after winning
the i/,szt Scholarship during th.it
I'triol fn addition to having raa<ie
tkiee tours to Australia, lie has been
I* .a to South Africa and three times
to America, and will this season
mak' Ml *'•"! Canadian tour from
ihe Atlantic to the l'utitjc coast.
scientific methods were generally
adopted, each step I took brought mc
to a marvelling standstill.
I saw that there was electric light
in the 'barns ns well us in the cottages
and that water waa laid onto the paa
J ture as well as to the houses, *l>arns,
and stables; water pumped by a gaso
line engine, which also worked tho
feed-cutters and the separators in the
dairy.
Tlie farm, about one hundred acres,
was laid out as a square, dlvidedluto
(our sections by cross roads, the
whole bounded by a live hedge. There
were no other hedges, but sections
were bounded by woven wire netting,
covered by profitable crops of loganberries and blackberries— m>t the
common hedge variety, bul a mag
nifloeut mammoth sort. Along one]
side was aii orchard highly cultivated aad between the lines of the fruit
trees were bush fruits and vegetables
There was a pasture of about, forty
acres for the young stock. Cows, 1
learned, much to my surprise, were
fed in the yards, and not turned into
the pasture at a
proved by actual test thut on this
system Ihe cows gave more milk and
needed less food than under the old
plan  of turning them  out.
Th.' cleanliness and sweetness ol
each department were a revelation.
The  Pigs were fit to enter a drawing | '^~K~McCAiiTKH
Meets every Thuruday evoning in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
hrnthreii  cordially invited.
J.   S.  HOOLEY,   N.  G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
COURT      MT.      BEOBim,   No.  9461.
OF I. 0. F.
Meets in I. 0. 0. !■'. Hall next to
Tapping's upera House every second
and fourth Monday iu month. Visit
ing  brethren cordially   welcomed.
li. W. HELL, 0. it.
WM.   S.   CAMEHON,   Hoc.-Sec.
UULD KANUE LODUE,      K.  of    P..
NO.   illi,   HEVELb'l'UKK,  13.   0.
Meets  every   Wednesday  except    tht
Third Wednesday of euch month     is
Oddfellows'   Hull at 8  o'clock.   Visil
ing Knights are cordially  iuviumI.
J*  Y.  SIMPSON, C. 0.
U. H. BltUCK, K.  ot H. * U.
    M. ol *'.
C.  W. 0.  W.
Mountain View Camp, No. ZH9.
tlie farmer having   Meets Second    and     Fourth  Wednes
days    In each month in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially  invited  to uuend
H.  W. EUWAKllS, Coa. Com.
JAMES  MclNTYHE,  Olerk.
room, and through their concrete
troughs ran a sparkling fresh-water
stream, just so high abnve them as
to prevent them wallowing. A large
patch of Jerusalem artichokes was
grown for tneir benefit, giving from
more nourishment than any other.
The shpds and barns for the cuttle
were warm, fragrant, and miry. The
chicken runs were on a new plan,
each one some sixty feet long and
thirty feet across, containing some
three Hundred  head of chickens.
Seeing  on all  sides  these evidences
ol  care,  of system and of science,    I]
was not surprised  to learn    that the;
new-style farmer managed to put sub- 	
stantial      sums  in  the  hunk,  besides   McKENZlE AVE.,
mproving his farm year hy year. He | BOX    HU>.   REVELSTOKE
told   me  he  had  made    at  least    £5
ANU  PINKHAM
Bin rialcis,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial   Bauk  Buiuhug  Itevelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Loan.
Unices—Kevelstoke,    B.   0.,     and
Craubrook, u. U.
Ueo. ti. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Kevelstoke, Cranbrook
jHOBEKT  SMITH.
Provincial  Land   Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
iOngiucering
for every   Ul  made  by  tbe small  farmer of the year, say, 1911.
And   why  not'.'
Cooperage Production of 1910
The amount of cooperage produced
in Oanada during 11)10 has been com
piled by the Dominion Forestry
Branch at Ottawa. Reports were received from one hundred and thirty-
three tirins. of which ninety-lour were
In Ontario, showing that slack and
tight   Oooperage   was     produced in
Canada      to  tb,   value  of one million
s,*\.*n  hundred     and  forty   thousand
dollars.   As the  hardwood forests of
i'an.iila  .ne already  greatli   dei *
.ml as  tbe Canadian  products trans-
■   i in  I arrets are i hiefly flour and
apples,   requiring  only  slack   cooper
-■     * ■ k  manu-
110 amounts '*        -   * *
•" the total value  Barrels made
from   ' gbt      itock con
rs    ■ '   >ils
ther  li'jn: : Can ida      ba«
.  .ently
the
f it has I       • .as
.   •
■   '	
e million    t
hundre
;san<1
N •'
*.*.   "b-'ta:  '.::.:•     I   ■
■   ■   nam
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,n ;
W.      H.      WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
Box. 282, Revelstoke.
Plans and     Specifications prepared
tor     all   classes     of buildings, Etc.
Draughting and Blue Printing.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke  Land District.
District of West  Kootenay.
Take notice that sixty days after
date Domiuion Sawmills and Lumber Ltd., of Revelstoke. B. 0., a
Lumber Company intend to apply t
tlie Minister of Lands for permission
to purchase C-'-10) Two hundrtd and
forly acres of land described as follows:
Commencing at a poot plant;'". 2
chains south from the South East
corner ■■', Pearsons Pre-Emption, Lot
W92, Croup u.ie. Kootenay District
and marked "II. S. M. & L. Ltd.,
Soutb West Corner Post," thence
north iu c.a ns, thence east 4u
then e soutb 60 chains, thence
west 4u chains to the point of commencement.
Dated this "':.   lay of August, 1911.
Domin.or. Sawmills ii Lumber, Ltd.
aes England, Agent
T,   1910.
.  that, on the
*   er  next,  application      "' *i i"  io  the
ncial    Police     for
'■!  license to Bell
the   hotel   known
..    the   .-•    \s- n hotel, Bltuate at St.
shipped   out    s;LeoIli  ,a ^     i.rovlnce „{      British
the  manirfnct
■  *   -
ed.   In  tl
export
*
ne bun-
l
High School Sttcodar.cc
Rei . Istoke High  -
* i  Oct.,   an  compiled
oi the  ' *"•' *   M*.* *'
i- -m   t
iw winch ceases Ul bo profitable goes
lo thc butcher.,"
('lose   to   the   road   stood   t h><   I	
b 'in.''; near by was the long low rnng-u
nl   fwirn   buildings; beyond these   were
tb   laborers   ewttagfs,    each    with
roomy garden plot and orchard.
'My laborers," said Hip farmer,"are
1'iick,   honest,   hard-wot king   (ellows,
i.l  e-.tcb  one   lias a   petnollal interest
in my success, became I give Hum,
High nclinol, H v   1          22
noon  n
Div, II.       20
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Totslfl
	
SO
'ri i-i 20
Th"  N,'l-oo Shield    fo.   |„*,*M
iMitji^r nl
lend   nee   na*.   won    tn    Oc
tnher   hy
1 bvision 1,
Moving pictures at the I'Mi on to
n i idi t
The Mail Herald lias been Informed
by Mayoi Hamilton that be will not
be a candidate Ioi  the mayoralty foi
the '-ie ninr year
Moving plctuns at lhc Kdison theatre tonight.
obta.
Uy   of   Be,
HERBBR1   OOUtlKS, Appl.cn'.
LKJtJOR  Ai T
■   ■    ,•
: i *.'     I... .       ' . .     . •    •
■      male    >'*
tendent      rl -*    ll    1
•
■
as   the   Union   h'ft.e'.
*
lumbia
tbis 'ith day  nt
W.J    I.ICHTHt.'KNK,   Ap:
lenders Wanted
Tenders are riair Invited uy Um
Imperial Bank of < una-'iii for Hu w
ecblol) of a 'wo storey eOBOrsts M)
'Htloq t.o the present Hunk bull hug
in   this   "Ity.
Plans and  specifications     may    b«
sen during ofTim hours.
The   Inwcit.  or  nny   trader   not  n'*c
essarlly accepted.
A.  B   McCLHNBaHAN,
Manager
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West lvooteuay.
Take notico that James A. Shields,
of Revelstoke, British Columbia, occupation, Packer, intends to apply
lor permission to purchase the follow
ing described lauds:
Commencing ut u post plunted at
| the South Wost Corner of Lot 277»,
Group 1, West Kootenay District, B.
0„ and marked "James A. Shields
South East Corner Post," thenco
west about twenty chains more or
lesB to the south-east corner of Lot
2712, Group I, thenco north 40 chains
theuce eaBt 20 chuius more or less to
the north-west corner of Lot 27*73,
thence south 10 chains to point of
commencement, and containing SI)
acres more or less.
Dated  August 29th, 1911.
JAMES   A.   SHIELDS.
Andrew  Kltson,  Agent.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke   Luud   District.
District  of  West  Kooteuay.
Take notice that lid. ■McllughrtiL,
ol Arrowhead, B. C, occupution
Liuiiicrmuu, intends to upply ior per
iinasiiiu to lease the following described lauds lor marble uuu lune
quarrying purposes.
Commencing ut a post pluntiM
auoui two miles south of Pmgstoii
i lees Mill and marked "E. McUugu-
laus South East Coruer", theuce
West It) chains, theuco norm 4U
Chains, theuce east iu chains, more
or less to the luao shore, theuce
south along tne lake shore lu chains
more or lesB to the point oi commencement, containing Iuu acres
moro or less.
Hated   Aug.   22,   1911, s.U-N.S
ED.   McUAUHKAiN.
Your Electric Fixtures
If they go wrong, don't worry, but just
Phone to No. 284 in the day
or No. 40 at Night
and they will immediately be attended to. There is
nothing we can't do in this line as years of experience
with electrical machinery has given us an insight into
the business that could not be obtained etherwise.
Don't swear when the lights go out.   Let us do that
for you.
A. G. DUCK,   -   General Manager
Store and Office, Old Howson Block
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Luud District.
District of West Kooteuay.
'lake uotice that I, Charles Studler
ul Nakusp, 11. C, occupation Loger,
iuteuds to apply Ior permission to
pin chase the lollowing described lauds
' "im.iciiciiii; at a post planted at
the North blast Corner ol T.L. 41274,
thence south -tu chains, thence eust
m mmi 2 chains to Arrow Luke, theuce
aioug Arrow Lake to point ol commencement, containing 40 acres more
or less.
Dated September 'Otti, 1911.
CHARLES  STADLER,
E. R. Vipond, Agent
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, ou the
hist day of December uexi, application will ho made to the Superintendent ot Provincial Police Ior
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor hy retail iu the hotel known
us the Glacier House, situat at Glacier, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 28th day of September,
1911. 3(lds.
Canadian   Pacific  Railway   Company,
Applicant.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
1 OPEN NIGHT AND DAY———■—■—
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant - Short Order
W. C.   BATCHELOR,        -        (^Manager.
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, ou the
tlist day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
n newal of the hotel license to sell
liiiuor by retail in the hotel known
us the Lardeau hotel, situate at
Comaplix, in the province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 28th day of September,
1911. llCdB.
R088BLL    M.   EVANS.    Applicant.
W. Parry
AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR
REVELSTOKE
AUCTION SALE
Starting Sat. Oct. 14th and every
Saturday and Monday
Watches, Jewelry, eto.
PORT MANN
:   •   Pacific   Terminal Port of the
Canadian Northern  Railway
.nn i inenl ih made llmt the
1 Mile  within ninl)
• *  thi   sme i" l't liu ' Kup. 11
f    v.i.i    reign,    ionic    is)
pet    lol        '1'he    lots
*.!      tO      V-llHl       Will      be      till llil'lll-t
prued rs * * 'ii""**!   ii rosn the
- ■        • ■     'ee     0
,i,i  leet  Iota to a 20 loot lane,
ird    "tl   thc watei
fr*.nt       l'i * ire onl) fi'iin
up  with   **     •■ ii    hi "i.    'i Iicm
rjppottiniit:--     i'.i    ,*(iiiii .'  .jnn ;
-..ch'   ever ( ITercil   Ln the i ounlry.    N,-
illviaiou in tin . Terminsl t sti
evei bc  *-" elose sa ours.     Remembei
the IiikIicuI   prues  .1   tin-   sale  will set
sine to "ur Pits    Vi- rei ommend
action •"'> only abonl  fifty  bits
in   iin-iiilil       i\-l<    (cr   mspl     .mil
pin (".,    Side .iithIs
fhe Sclwyn Inveslmenl Company.*!.td.
■Ill Dominion Trust Bldt. Vancouver,B.C.
EYE SIGHT
YOUR EYES=
will appreciate the ease and comfort derived from
wearing "proper fitting glasses." If you have not
had your "Eyes" attended to
WHY PUT IT OFF?
Our Representative will be at
DIAMOND HALL. REVELSTOKE
Thursday and Friday, Nov. 2 and 3
Make it a point to consult him.
c/LL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
THE TAUBE OPTICAL COMPANY
132 Eighth Avenue East. CALGARY, Alberta
Established 1-S71
Long Distance I'lione 26S4
Player Pianos, Pianos and Organs
Our rcpututiou is well knowii (or square dealing.
We can give you better  prices,  better  quality,   than  any
other house in the trade.
WHY 7   Call anil we will prove this statement up to the
hilt.
Revelstoke Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
J. Bingham, Prop.
MACARONI
Just received,  fresh from Italy, One carload of Choice Macaroni
Choice Groceries always in  stock
D. GALLICANO, 2nd Street, Near Railroad Track
I
Do You Want Windows, Doors, and Finishing
It will pay ymi tn get our l'rices before prrcliusiiiK elsewhere.
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY Ue carry a large stuck ol
Window* nml limirs ami cm fill viuii* orders promptly.     We  will
in- pleased lo give you u delivered quotation on anything you
mpinc. We manufacture windows, doors, mouldings, storm
susli. screens, cabinets nl all kiml**., tables, turnings, store and
bar fixtures, chinch scuts anil pulpits, door uiul window frames,
finishing of all kinds, etc, We are large dealers in sheet, fancy
and Plate glass, shingles, lath, etc.    Write for Prices.
S. C. SMITH LUMBER CO.. Vernon, B. C. WEDNESDAY,   NOV.   1st,   1911
T'lHIE. JUL^XTj-ttttTU^T-TD,   REVELSTOKE
WKDNEfsDAY,   NOV.   1st,   1911
!
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
I    WESTERN FLOAT    f
li
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its larpc number of branches, an/cuts and correspondents, The
Canadian Hunk of Commerce is able to elTect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS A230
Cheques and drafts on all countries of lbe world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTChE    ERANCH-'F   M.  GIBSON. MGR
MEN'S   AND   BOYS'   SHOES
The leather that goes into our shoes and the
men who make them can always be depended
upon. That's why our customers are always
satisfied.
Our harness is the very best. Dusters,
Whips, Trunks, Suit Cases. All leather goods
always in stock.   Call and see our goods.
ARMSTRONG   &.   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED. 1866
Capital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
$4,000,000
$4 600,000
Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ail the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Brunohos     interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
Revelstoke Plumbing, Heating d Sheet Metal Co.
Estimates given for Sanitary work, Electric LiglitiiiR, Hot
Air. Water, Steam Heating and all kinils of  Sheet   Metal
Work.
Haths, Lavatories, Water Closets, etc.
Prompt attention given to all orders.
See Our Show Room on Connaught Avenue
rhone No.
Box 401
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
Kverj'l oily knows Iiim, he will
till yon that the whiokeys we are
billing are the hest. Call and he
convinced, No household Bhould
l,e without a Niipply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Nhlsksyi our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
81) yeai a old nr Blackberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposed. Uur stock
of choice Wines nnd Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold hy all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Purs Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Clgarsttos
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON, B. C.
Have a very fine assortment of FRUIT TREES
Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale are grown in our own  Nurseries
on tlie Coldstream  Estate
If. D. Curry, Geo. Matheson,
General Agent, Local Agent,
Vernon, 3, C, Revelstoke, B. C
■;>»*****».t» : HHMHi■»»■»»««»<    '
llu .s'.-; for rental aro scarce in Merritt, B. ('.
Savona  wants a second hotel
BkI'degate wants a public school.
Tata year the salmon puck in H.C.
is 750,000 ensee.
In  Hazelton  tlio  public school    has
an  attendance  of   16
Hazelton  is the greatest pack train
camp in  America.
Wm.   Warmwald   recently  died      at
Stanley, in the Cariboo.
ln  Frank  the  Bohemians  have    organized   a  brass   band.
P. Burns & Co. are opening n meat
shop in Conlmout.
The Union Bank  will  open a branch
at New Hazelton.
II.  P,  Wheeler is putting In a nursery  nt  Molson,   Wash.
It will  take about 4,000  years     to
dig tip all the coal in B.O.
Wild  goats arc  numerous
mountains near  Blaismore.
the
The Socialists have opened a reading room  in  Kort  George.
There were 401 cases in the county
court at  Vancouver  last month.
This year large quantities of potatoes were raised ni'ar Kaslo.
It is likely that Kaslo will ship a
solid carload of apples this fall.
Al Johnson will open his new Northern hotel in Fort George this
month.
W. J. MacKay, the old-time priat-
cr is lifting type in South Fort
George.
The city of Rupe pays its superintendent of public works $200 per
month.
The G.T.P. hotel at Prince Rupert
when completed will contain 600
rooms.
In thc Cariboo the road is being
widened that runs through thc Devil's Canyon.
Hay is ?5<t a ton in thc Bulkley
Valley, and one rancher recently sold
200 tons at that price.
There are 48 chairs on the veranda
and in thc lobby of the Occidental
hotel  at  Quesnel.
The Vernon city council refused to
raise the wages ol the men working
on the streets to $3 per day. t
The Garth is the name of a priv -
ate hotel that will be opened in Ke-
lowna  by  thc  Misses Hogarth.
Dr.   Newcombe  has  secured  for  the
provincial   museum, a   greatmany   In-'
dian curios on Graham Island.
The pulp mill at Swanson Bay is
employing 200 men, and has an order
frumnn American lirm for 1,500 tons
of pulp.
i
A. K. Boorcliier is opining a store
at Tete Jaune Cache. It will take 30
days to take his goods from Fort
George to the Cache. .
MacLeod is to have another news -
paper, lt will he Conservative in
politics and will be issued as a daily
when the field is big enough.
The railway camps in the Yellowhead Pass are reported to lie full of
disease, from unsanitary conditions
causedby regulations that are extremely lax. The Fort George
Herald remarks that the railway com
mission does not appear to be act'ive
in the regulation of construction
camp conditions!
During thc month of September
i;5,000,000 feet of logs were scaled in
Vancouver district. In September of
last year there were 54,000,0110 feet of
logs scaled. The value of the logs
scaled l*st month is approximately
.$(150,000, of which $3,260 was paid in
scaling fees and 332,5110 to the provincial government in royalties. j
The G.T.P. has called for tenders
for the excavation and grading work
for the new station site at Prince
Rupert, also round house sites, yard
ulearing, dry docks and shipbuilding
yards. An ollicial estimate shows
that no fewer than 1,200,0011 cubic
yards of material must be removed. '
Of this, at least 840,000 yards is
solid rock, the rest being gravel, '
loose rock  or  muskeg.
A syndicate of Wisconsin millioi-|
aires are hurriedly completing a pulp
mill at Ocean Falls, which, they
state, will lie the largest of its kind
on the American continent. A Prince
Rupert steamer recently took over
lii 10 tons of machinery to the new
plant, on which nre now working 7*0
men. Within a few weeks the number of men working on the erection of
buildings and installing machinery
will be fully 1,000. The markets for
the pulp made at Ocean Falls will be '
almost exclusively in the United
States.
A million-*dnllar soap factory, owned and operated by Lever Bros., not-
el English soap manufactures, is a
big industrial enterprise that is assured for the immediate vieinity of
Vancouver. Through a deal involving
nearly $100,H00, for nearly twelve ac-
ros of land with valuable water frontage on Burrard Inlet, the first steps
w;re taken by agents of Lever Bros,
t .wards establishing a hlg factory
for the manufacture of all li.it.cis of
soaps and its by-products for thc
wrstcrn trade in general and the Oriental trade in particular.
The building of the railway bridge
a :ross the Skeena river some four -
tc?n miles below Hazelton is a big'
undertaking and one that will take
several months to finish. Already 140
men are working, and that number
will probably be doubled by the end
of the year. Already a little town
hj3 sprung up on this side of the
river, and times will be pretty lively
th?re while the construction is going
in. Among the buildings erected is a
Y.M.C.A. As near as can be learned,
th-re will be no liquor licenses grant
ed for the place.
Dude Sees Sir James
Sir Edmund Wnlker and Sir William Mackenzie introduced the Duke
of Sutherland to Sir James Whitney
yesterday afternoon. The Prime Minister presented the members of his
cabinet to the great Scottish land
owner, and his Grace outlined his
plan to assist British settlers to Ca-
i.ada and place them on land partially improved, with the opportunity of
pitichasing it on easy terms. The
Duke's desire to form a company was
expressed to the Ministers. His
Giace, while interested in bringing
such     settlers to Ontario,     dsclared
that thc scheme was [or Canada and
not so much far any province in particular.
Sir James assured him the object
was a praiseworthy one. While no details were presented he declared it
had the government's sympathy, and
any scheme worked out on those lines
would have the government's encouragement.
iiJllAVV   iJKlAlAJfciK,  UCJkAi/
Sam^ia Cured Him, and He Helps
Others
A man who baa been released from
the awful cravings of drink, and wtmse
'list though! Is tu help lUliers, allows
thn apirit ut irui' brolherhuod and
philanthropy.     Head  hia litter;
luc Auuiailu llellieuy Ou., Toiulilu
Out.;
'uni you plena***, aunt! me book n*
Jrliu*., ulau elicuiurs itiiuil.ii-j lu you.
iuiuoiI remody lor ihe drink hatil1
l iv ian lu hand tlu-ac lo u nii-lid win.
la (-lung lo ruin ihruugh drink, V.-u
will milium bor Unit I have laken youi
ri'iuuily, nnd 1 hnd It ml yuu eluiiu it
i° at. I nevor think ur t-uklnu ot
ualhs stioiiK drink lu un*.' way, n« ali
hea.ro .or ii haa left in a. 1 miniu,
•puuk uio til-Kin y oi your wond'iiL
ri.lui-ily. Vou may uso my name In hii v
wuy   you   wish In public.
, "ii.  i.iiywhitn,  tirlKden, Ontario."
Samaria Prescription is tasteless
und odorless, ami dissolves Instantly
In tea or cotTee, or can be mixed with
food. It can In- given with or without the patient's knowledge. It removes thu craving for drink, bullda up
'be tystrm and ristoiis the nerves
liilnk becomes distasteful and even
nauseous, i
lirlnk Is a disease, not a crime. One
drtnk of whiskey always Invites another. The Inflamed nerves and
stomach create a craving that must
either be satisfied by more whiskey or
removed by scientific treatment like
Samaria Prescription. Samaria Pre"
scrlptlon has been in regular and successful use by Physicians and Hospitals   for   over   ten   years.
If you know of any family needing
Samaria Prescription, tell them about
it. If yuu have a husband, father or
friend that ls drifting lato drink, help
him save himself.    Write to-dav.
A FREE TRIAL PACKAGE of Samaria Prescription, with booklet, Riving full particulars, testimonials, price,
etc., will be sent absolutely free and
postpaid ln plain sealed package to
anyone asking for It and mentioning
this paper.    jCorrespondenre  sacredlv
confidential. Write to-day. The Samaria Remedy Co., Dept. 46-49, Col-
norne St., Toronto, Canada. Also
for Sale by C. R. Macdonald, Druggist, Revelstoke, B. O.
IT'S A LIE!
Prices in Revelstoke are not
nway up out of sight. No, sir!
You can buy men's slices, cloth-
ingand furnishings, in fact every
thing a man wears, just as cheap
here as you can in Calgary or
Winnipeg—that is, if vou do vour
buying at JOHN BULL'S. Why ?
Btcause John Bull sells for cash,
and you don't have to pay for
btiy bad debts, or any collector's
fee, or any bookkeeper's salary.
" Men Who Know" these things
aie buying goods here every day
and saving money, too. These
aie the men that find our prices
just a little lower than the lowest
Seeing is believing.    Come and See
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H. MANNING,   Agent.
A Gurney-Oxford is as
prompt as young Appetites
There is no delay; ths children never have to wait {or meals when
you hove a GurncyOxIord in the kitchen. With this range dinner It on
the dot. Your fire il absolutely reliable, the heat regulated and controlled by an exoiusive device, the wonderful little OXFORD ECONOMIZER. This
patent damper enables you to forget the fire
until the hour to start
dinner. And the saving ' I coal will astonish you; 20% reduction on your bills is an easy record Ior this
littlo regulator.
Another advantage is in its aplen-
c'id oven facilities. No mire soggy or
i*.pr* nine baking. The oven heat il
controlled and guided equally over
(ont, back and lidei by uiiuni of the
DIVIDED FLUB STR1I'.
Thr Hevereible Orate, Ibe Broiler Top. the patent
1 itr.itp llejrtb ere mora reaiona tor in, ninl a Curlier'
I'ifnrJ. a-J lo th. a aJ-icnta-fea ara addcJ a thintni
. ..put- * ii artlftliS-Hlit ledpcrtcci tiiai.roperailoo,
V i era t. *.:t«J io iem« aaJ • . il.is soil white ol tlio Curacy lios.
Lawrence Hardware Company, Ltd.
MISS  WRIGLEY
Lessons in Painting and Drawing
Oils and Water Colors
Miss Wrigley, holder of South Kensington (England) Art Master's Certifi-
liaie, Croup l. First-Class Certificates
fur Still l.ite Vainting; Ornament Painting in monochrome (oils); drawing front
the Antique; Modelling in Uay trom tlie
Antique.
Winner ut National Hook Prizes for
Interior iu nils and l'inure ill Oils.
A class forming for junior pupils on
Saturday afternoon.
I'or terms apply to
MISS WRIGLBY,
Care Mrs. Haggen.
JOHN LEU
Drygoods
Dressmaking
Ladies' Tailoring
Fit Guaranteed
Hand-Painted Cups, Saucers
Fine Japan China Tea Sets
LOWER TOWN
Opposite Central   Hotel
FOR SALE
Rhode Island Red Chickens
F. G. Buff Leghorn
Parred Plymouth Rods.
Pekin Ducks
Endden Geese
Young and old stock at reasonable prices.
Write or 1'hone to
New Grove Poultry Farm
MRS. R. A. UPPER,
Revelstoke, B C. Phone 212
Buy Your Sash and Doors at Home
Our hihkIs num >t In- bca*etl cmtsMe for price or quality, Now
is ihf time tu get Juur S u in Sash und Doois. U c have them
in all sizes. 1'iepare now before llie Winter s* Is in. Our
PiCtOfcV ifi working full time and we make eventniiiR iu
wioiluurk, Sasli and Doois, Mouldings, Siaircaoe, Church,
Ollice, IVir an-l Hotel Fixtures, Turnings of every description,
We also keep a large stock of I ancy and Plain Glass and
Builders' Supplies on hand. Prompt delivery, good service
and courteous treatment that's our motto. A trial order is
solicited from jou.
The Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
GKO. I).   SHAW,       •       Proprietor
FURNITURE
I We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  «nd Improved.    Fimt-Claas in every renpect.    All modem 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 Winps, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a ilay,    Monthly rate.
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pip*
and Furnace work
—WORK   SHOP-
Connaught Ave.   •   Revelstoke
R. Z. 'CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for   Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Rpsidpnrp Cor. 3iil Si   hmI If. li*.,.,, *,,|.
Shop in Alley back (it Ii. J. Ronnie's
Store, First Strett
Lumb
ermen
It will pay you to
make a call at;
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town.    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
•pecialty ol Logging
Siloes, I'ants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required inyotir business.
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
G ilena Hay lands in parcels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. CorreB-
pondence invited.
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P. D. Box 31, Revelstoke
UNION HOTEL
ARKU >HKA1>, H. U,
Special Attention given to commercial
men ami tnmibla. First-dans sample
rooms. Pineal scenery in British Colombia, overlixikinc Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop
14 Villa Lots
Close to Revelstoke
From 2 to 7 teres Each
Very Suitable for Market
Gardening.   This proper-
is   cleared.      For Prices
and Terms apply to
W. B. ROBERTSON
Real Fstate and Insuranoe
Cornar McKenzie Ave. and 2nd St
'oronation
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60<f   a pound
In commemoration of the coronation cf
King (.r ice W Uidgwayt" bave putoa tb<!
market a c r nation tin ol a mosl picturewjue
andrxquUltedcsien, beanncexcellent ; orirait"
of King George V, Queen Mary and the l'rince
oMVales*. Special panel* have bicn dmtuneJ
representing Canada, India, Affua, Au»tialM
an J New Ailand.
Only a h mted nunVber hare been impoitcd.
PriaP **Oc. for one i«>und tins.
Al   lliii  M.,.[...
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosphonol ""tores evsrrnerre la tha body
, to Its proptr tsnilon : r-Mtoros
tlm sod ritsllty. Prtmiture deny mil ill ■»u>l
weskosss sorted st snea. Fkaipho-aol will
make you a new man. Piles |8a boi. or tw-a in,
ti. Milled to any addr«<i Tha Ic-oWU Dr*u|
Ve., It. Catharines, One.
Bold at Hacdolaid'a Drug Store.
HOLY MME5 ICiDEMf MD IDRttll SCHOOL
FOR rDUKG WOMEN
Under the direction of the Sisters oi
tlie Holy Names of Jesus and Mary.
1-i, st Class Boarding and Day School.
Primary mul Grammar Grades.
State Accredited High School.
Advanceil Normal Course of two years
accredited hy the State ol   Washington.
State Diplomas conferred.
Music anl Art Studio.
Write to Sister Superior for Year Book
Spokane, Washington
ShiM's Cure
quickly stop* coughs, can* eolde. heeJ»
me throat and Ionia. -  •   - ?$ genie-
OUTFITTERS FOR
MEN WHO KNOW
J. & i'. Bell's, Doctor*' Special and
Reed's Cushion Shoes, Mcl'herson's
Trainmen's Shots, and dress shoes of all
kinds, all of which are I'liimi madr.
Stanfield's   and   high    jv'rade     Rnglilll
-Underwear.   Everything that tlie kMtgei
riipiiris   tm  MUrort.    Chippewa   tall*
Driving Shoee ami Shoe Tacks.
JOHN BULL
Hohson's Hlock Kevelatoke. B. (J,
c«sU -J.a'4 One i'rn.«
-~ a •**—— ■*- WEDNESDAY,  NOV.   1st, 1911
THE MAIL-HEEALD, EEYELSTOKE
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Land District.
District u! West Kootenay.
Take notice that I. Emma Foster,
of Koesluiid, 13. C, intend to apply
Ior permission to purchase tue following  described lands:
Commencing: at u post planted at
or near the South East corner of
Lot sl7:, thence south eO chains,
west SO chain-, north HO chains and
cast if) chaius to point oi commence,
ment and containing 640 acres, more
or leas.
Dati-d   August   llth,   l'Jll.
EMMA   FOSTER,   Applicant.
Jamc6 Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelatoke Land District.
District ui West Kootenay,
I.,.-..* notice tint 1, William H   Mc
Whtrter,   ul     Vmir,  U.   C,  ocC'lpatlOU
Lumberman, intend to apply :. r per-
miss.un tu pui chase thu following at
scribed  lauds.
CoUimeucing ut u post planted un
the East shore ol Mosquito I..m.i ut
or near the North-west corner ol Lol
8402, being the South Wost Coiner,
Ihence running uorth .»u c.iaina *.'i ng
tbe shore ol said hike, th*nee «i*st
40 chains, soutb bu chaius am'. Wtfcl
40 cbains tu puim ut coaim.'iiremaut,
aud containing iit) acre-, nore or
less.
Dated   August   llth.   l'Jll.
WILLIAM K. McWHIRTEK, Applicant
James Fisher, Ageut.
CERTIFICATE OF  IMPROVEMENT
Broadview   (Fractional)   L.   H.   au
Indiana Mineral claims, situate     In
the   Trout   Lake   Mining   Division    ol
Uul   Kootenay  District.
Where   lucatjd:—Ou   Great   Northern
Mountain,
TAKE NOTICE that I, O. B. N.
Wilkie, acting as agent for the Ohio
Mines Development Co., Limited,
Free Miner's Certificate Numnber
b-aojT, intend, sixty days from
date hereot, to apply to the Mining
Recorder lor a Certificate of ini
provements, tor the purpose ot obtaining a Crown Grant o! the abom
cla.ms.
And further take notice that action
under secuon ii, must bc commence.!
before the issuance ut such Certilicate
uf Improvements.
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in
the Revelstoke Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.
Lots in Camborne Townsite Sub-Div., Lot 3505, Plan 728
Names of Persons Assessed
Short Description of Property
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
Names of Persons  Assessed Short Description of Property
aus.
■uar
Block
Bloc*  7
und 7,
blocs,  li
Dated
Wll.
this   17th day  of      August,
G.   13.   N.  WILKIE,
Trout Lake. B. C.
Ralston,
cc-upa-
to ap
lhc
NOTICE.
Reveletoke Land District.
District o! Wett Kooteuay.
Take notice  ihat I,  Mabel
Ol    Hurr,sonburg,     Virginia,
tion  School  Teacher,   intend
ply  !or  permission  to   purchase
lollowing   described   lands:
Commencing at a Post planted nd
lucent to the North East Coiner ol
Lot .1323, being the South West Coiner: thei.ee running north Mi clia.ns.
east ■■ Ehains, -u.ith 80 iha.us ana
west SO chains to point of commc.ee
ment and cont.iinin,' 610 acres more
or less.
Dated  Augusl  Hh,   1911.
MABEL RALSTON, Applicant
James Fisher, Ageut
NOTICE
Istoke Land District.
li.str. :   ui  West  Kootenay.
T.ike     nut.ee     that   I,  \i illium It.
.He.'.   - :'  Arrowhead,   B.  C.   occupa *
nant.  intends  to  apply foi
iu  purchuse   lhe  fo.lowing
snds.
I    :..:. •:,*. ne   it a Post planted      al
Ancus   v. ■ -   .'!-. West Corner
]. running north 40
; -   . ... i-  th >nc
eouth     * ist    !■
cha.i.s      to   |  ■    ' mi nl
i   staining  *.     acres, m* :*
Dated   August   22ri,   l'i:.
WILLIAM   R. REID,
Austin   ~    Lot 17
..   .. itishup     Lot h
uudey au.t n . J . luuipuy     Luis u
.1.   wuuwell       Lot  ill,  BiocK li 	
-o.iy     Lot 7, BlocK 7  	
oiau     Lots li and  7,  BiocK 3 	
' -.   1).   i aineiuii       Lots 13 and  14, Block 7 	
-■ Carey      Lot Hand building, Block 1
. uas.   u.  cotip      Lot  22,   Block  2   	
I ..iss ta. i in ton      Lot 9 and house, block A ..
as.  lai ton     Lot b.   Block 8  	
■ ... C. uuiuurund     Lot lu, Block 5 	
..award Lirelord      Lota la and 14,  Block   1  ....
[ ...   L.   Doyle   .,    Lots 8 and  i),   Block  2  	
',    uas. fcih.ers     Lots 8 and  building,   Block
.    uas.   Killers      Lot 9,   Block  2  	
•    baB.  Ehlers      Lots 5 and ti, Block A 	
, ...dwat-d Ferguson    Lot 16, Block 3
...aggie Funt     Lot  7,   Block 2  	
,. M. Gillespie     Lota 4 and b, Block 3  	
.  B.  tiiub      Lot 1-5, Block 3  	
i.   C.   Hart     Lot   19,   Block 2   	
iambi; and Erlckson    Lots  ' and  10, Blues 7 	
..   L.   Hurt      Luis  3  and   17,   Block   ;i   	
.co.  Hagcmau      Lol  3, Blocd  .'     	
uhn Hambly     Lot  -'.  Block
i.  L.  Hart and  J.   A.  Boss     Lot  lb,  block
..   L.   Halt and  J.   A.  Koss  	
i.   1'.   JucKson  	
ii»s Muy Jennings 	
.   Jensias  	
red  Kaiser   .^t	
eur\   Magnuson    Lots  11,   12.  Blk.
.  McKmnou    .   I ,.t   IT,  Block 2 ,
. McUregor   Lots :   .   ..i.l sM.tr   Block
ary   Jane  Mcintosh      Lots i. .m.i   .".  B.ocs  -
ugust O. cstby     I.ui  '.  Block  l'i
Lot 4.
1...,' .1.
Lot 8,
Im   1 I  ,
I"
Block >>  ..
Block 2
HI   Ck   A
Block 2
Lots  im .i
Block i I
4;  1..  22.
.1.   II.k.   I
. t udhomme  and  Nedeau       Lots 23 and 21.  Block
..  B.   Pearson      Lots 20 and 21, block 1
...rs.   Emma  Reid  	
j ..Irs.  M. B. Radclilte 	
j j .  S. Hoes 	
' -lames .Shields  .......
James Spier's  	
.Cric Strand	
;ims   and   McDonald   ... ...J	
i ,7m. Schnell    Lot  4 .in .
im.   Schnell ...
.1.  A.  Sanderson  	
.V. J. Twiss	
'.  11.  Taylor   Lo*
.'.  A. Tramble    ....   Lot J
Jas. L.  Whitney    Lol
. '. 21.
Lots 2ii and 21.
Lot   6,   Mock   !
h. .. k   •
2, Block 1
i-k 7
sa, a, bi
NOTICE.
UeveUtuke Land D.strict.
Bt ol W«st K , ten..y
Take notice th.it 1, Amie Tie,:   «
"1  1 atiersor.,  B. C,  occupation, m.u
IB,  intend  lu apply ior pei
■ion to pui chase tbe lollowing :
■ i   . •: lands
at     a   pust   p'.ante
r.n ,: i. chains East   ol   lh
Souti. West corner ol Lot B176,    hi
ing  the  N* Bast   c.ruer;       the.ic
south      BO   chain west   80   .'.aim
nnrth   BO  chains  *,n I  east    i)  cha n
to point of cotniueniemint and    cor.
taining CIO acres mure or leBS.
Dated  August  llth.   1911,
AMIE TREGLOWN,  Applicant.
JameB Kisber, Agent
.NOTICE.
NOTICK.
Notice is hsrehy given that thirt.
•lays after the date ot the tirst puli
lieation hereof, the undersign-d will
make an application to the Board ol
Licensing Coramissoners for the City
of RevelBtoke for permission to trans
ler to A. P. Levesque, of Revelstoke.
B. C, the license to sell liquors by
retail ai thc Hotel premiR-s at R"'.'
elmoke  known .is  th'   Union   I To!*"1
Dated this 21st .September,  19111
<30ds. Levesque   A   Walsh
-Samuel N.  Ahlgren
Am Olson
Lot
■
DUUNQUKN'T TaXKS
8
*.
X
H
3.7*0
3.75
7.20
3.70
3.70
1.50
10.U0
37.80
2.70
7.20
.25
3.70
3.90
1.20
54.20
3.70
5.1)0
3.70
.30
3.00
1.70
3.70
55.00
5.00
2.70
2f00
.80
.40
3.00
14.90
.80
21.80
1.20
3.70
17.90
8.2"
1.1"
3.60
7.00
3.15
6.00
.85
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Lots in Beaton  Townsite  Sub-Div.. Lots 502 and 505. Plan 756 and 756 A
largaret
ai garet
ai garel
.
iai garet
largarel   ? .
in     ret Fi
largaret  Frasei
largaret Frasei
.. G. Fraser
Fraser  ...
Fraser
Estate
Estuie
Estate
Mick 5
I
I.     I   tO        I
le'
I.
I'llll'
Blk I,   P
ii.
0.
Lol I,
Lots i
Lot  il
I   >*a.^^
■     11 to 16
Lots   1,2,   17
Block  23,1 .an   1(6
o,   .    Block   i.  i
lll'.rk
house,  Blk
Blk   i. PI
32    Bl
II.
\    G. FrnBer    Lots  '   ,r> "•  Block 7.  I'lsn
a'. 0   Fra«»r     Lot '• lll"'l< y* |,|;,n 7r,r'
a   t;. Fraser   '■. '• *■ '""' ,""1''"'* ,,"t*  '•
A    Q, Fraser    ''"*  '•  uu"'*   'y*  ,'1"" 7r'''
Mr». T.  W.  Graham    ''"TH  12 to 14,  bonis,   Blk    '*,  I'lan 756
It   Porter        Lots 12 to 16,bouse,   Blk    5,  I'lan 76fl.
Lindsay, Wai-s and Company Limited l„,t.   I,  stoble,  lllu-'k   I,   I'l.ni
FraHcr     .   i.ui
Fra mj 	
Fl *i* ' :   	
	
Fraser .
Frasei
Frasei   . 	
Frasei  	
Fraser  ....        	
Block 6,  Plan
Blocks  i to 11 Inclusive,  Phw
Lots  i  to  i ■   ni' ck  .'     Plan
Blocks 21. 22,  23,  Plan  7!
Lots   i to -.  Block .'*
Blocks
I., l'i, 22, hi usee, Hlk.  l. Plan
i. • Block   •   Plan Iti
Lots i to 7, Block 2. Plan MB
:-,i:
Plan 756
751',
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in
1 in
•
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6.70
3.00
6.60
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n
.30
2.40
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88.20
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2.10
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24
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2.27
.10
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21
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111
1.73
.14
Lots in Beaton Townsite Sub-Div,, Lots 502 and 505, Plans 756 and 756A
Mrs.   A.   Anderson     l'°t 7,   Block 3  	
W.   A.   Bauer    I-,otB 12 aml iai  Block 3  	
Vi.  J.   Butler Lots 9 and 10, Block 3  	
Ohas.   Billiard     L°t 8.  B1ock 19 	
W.  H.  Baker   L°t 12.  ulock 7  	
Chas.   Bennett    Lot 18 a,1<1 house, Block 19
M.   M.   Buchanan  Estate    Lots W and 18, Block 1  	
Anna  Clarke    'j0't 2 Iin^ li°llsei Block 5 	
Archie   Currie     hota 22 and 23,  Block 18  ...
C. Ohristtopherson   I'°t 5 and house,  Block 5  ..
Geo.   Ch rrington    Lot 25, Block 19 	
Alex.   Darragh     Lot 19,   Block  19  	
'I hus.   I.   Dunn    Lota 32 and 33, Block 7  	
M.   E,  Doberty   Lot 11 and house, Block 7 ...
M.  E,  Doberty   Lot 5 and store,  Blocd 8  ...
Fit/.Kiminons
Lot 8, Block 3
J. Foley   Lots 11 and 12, Block 5
Block 19
Block 3 ...
.1.
.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Henry   llnrtow     Lot 1  nnd house.
Mary   Johnson    Lot 4 and bouse,
D.   Leahy     Lot, 11,  Block 3 	
Goo. Lemon   Lotl3, Block 7 	
Geo.  Lemon   Lot 8, Block 8 	
1.   H.   Langmun    Lot 26,  Block 8 	
W. J. Langham   Lot 14,  Block 18  	
Jas.  Lauder   Lot 6 and  house, Block  3  	
Mrs. A. Leltz   Lot  16 and house,  Block  5	
Cory Menhenick   Lots  1  to 6, il to 12, Block 2	
Cory  Menhenick    Lots 3, 15 to 18, Block 3	
Cory Menhenick   Lots 1 to 7, Block 4 	
Cory Menhenick    L.  1,7,9,10,14, cabin,  18,19,  Block 5...
Cory Menhenick  "".'".'.     Lots 14,17,21 to 24,2ft, 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
Cory
Cory-
Cory
Cory-
Cory
.96
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$    6.66
1.13
2
6.8s
2.23
12
11.13
1.15
2
6.85
1.15
2
6.85
.29
2
3.79
3.02
2
15.02
11.26
2
51.06
.71
2
5.41
2.23
2
11.43
.02
2
2.27
1.15
2
6.85
.94'
2
6.84
.17
2
3.37
17.09
2
73.29
.70
2
6.40
1.63
2
8.63
1.06
2
4.76
.02
2
2.32
.59
2
5.59
.34
2
4.04
1.13
2
6.83
20.60
2
77.60
1.35
2
8.35
.71
2
5.41
.14
2
4.44
.10
2
2.90
.10
2
2.90
.73
2
5.73
4.29
2
21.19
.10
2
2.90
7.43
2
31.23
.12
2
3.32
1.13
2
6.83
4.74
2
24.64
2.47
2
12.67
.19
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3.29
.•8
2
6.45
2.23
2
11.23
1.13
2
6.28
1.81
2
9.81
.06
2
2.91
.71
2
5.21
1.29
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8.64
.56
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4.41
1.27
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Menhenick      Lots 4 to (i, 10 to 12, Block 12 	
Menhenick      Lots lto 8,  11  and  12,  Block 13  	
Menhenick      Lots  1  to 24,  Block  14   	
Menl'.enick      Lots 1 to 5, 7 to 12, Block 15, Lots
1  to 8.  Block  16 	
Menhenick      L. 1 to 6, Blk. 17, 15 to 1®, Block 18
Menhenick      Lots 16 and 17 and house,  Block 19,
lots   2,3,4,6,10,11,13 to   15,2.'1,24,   26,
M Block  19   	
Mrs. A. Maybew    Lot 10,  Block 11 	
J.  Murdock      Lot 9,  Blocd 11  	
R.  G.  McLeod      Lots 13 and 14, Block 8	
Hugh   Mcintosh       Lot 22, Block 19 	
John   McDowell       Lot 2'J and building, Block 7 	
A.   MeKinnon     Lot 7 and house, Block 19  	
lave Orr     Lot 6 and building, Block 11 	
Hrctor Poirier     Lot 22, Block 8 	
Alexandria  Pitt       Lot 15 and cabin, Block 5 	
V,'.   Vi. Ross     Lot 17,  Block 5  	
J.   N.  Rear Estate       Lot 9,  Block 19  	
Vi. H.   Roh'nson      Lots 6 and 7 and house, Block 1 	
Wm. Sopher     Lot 1, Block 18 	
IT.  R.  Shields     Lot IS,   Block  19   	
Ceo.  8umner      Lots 7 to 9 anl cottage, Block 12* ...
Joseph  Wells           Lot  10  and  hoUBe,   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 1*9, Block 7 	
DEUNflUBNT LANDS
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.06
4.31
1.9*1
1.20
.14
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30.91
.91
.62
2.85
.66
.80
.37
,64
.90
.43
3.20
.14
.43
2.18
1.92
4.51
1.01
1.24
.72
3.02
.4*8
.34
.17
.87
6.70
4.80
.53
.27
.38
.53
.51
.60
.60
12.61
7.20
4.50
1.20
1.20
96.20
6.16
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
2.56
1.20
6.15
40.20
39.00
4.20
2.10
2.70
3.30
3.90
3.90
18.60
7.20
4.50
12.00
6.00
93.20
7.20
57.20
6.66
10.00
64.00
6.00
12.60
1.60
H80
9.60
4.40
2.40
6.00
9,00
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
B.  Bountee     Lot 5, Block 3 	
frrank Daly     Lots 9 and 10 and building, Block 4.
V. G. Fauquier    Lot 19,  Blocn   -   	
wm. Hopkins     Lot 5 and lo,j bouse, Block 3 	
H. T.  Lottery     Lot 2,  Block 13 	
Alexander McDonald     Lot 15,  Block 8 	
blva O'Hearn     Lots 17 and 18, Block 3 	
F.   Western      Lot  19,  Block 3  	
Sievens, Duson and Company   Lot 20,   Block 8  	
F. TasBer   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
.G5
.30
.30
.87
4.20
6.63
1.10
.90
.07
1.69
.93
.110
.90
Lots in Arrowhead Townsite Sub-Div., Lot 384, Plan 631 and 631A
MrB.  M. D.  Bangs    Lots 11, 12,  13 ttud bouse, Block 7 ...
John and Robert  Caley   Lot 17, hall, Biock 3; lots 1, 2, and
hotel. Block 3 	
Lee  Dye    Lot 15,   Block 5  	
Mrs. E.   J. Kerr    Lots 18, 19 und house, Blook 3 	
Kwong  Sing  Yuen Co   Lot 5 aud store, Block 1  	
\v.   J.   Lightburne    Lots  5,6,7, hotel,Bllt.3, lot 1,   hallhlkJ
ri. S. Bakke    Lot 20 and house,   lilm*..   i   	
.ilcGaghren and Irwin   Lots  141,17,19  aud  shack,  Block  5   ...
Kng One    Lot 4 and store, Block 1 	
i-ng One   Lot 6 and store, Block 1 	
Alex Purney    Lot 7,   Block 8   	
Edwin   Potts      Lot 16,  Block 5 	
.lohn J. Smith     Lot 6, aud house, Block 5 	
Geo. T.  Newman     Lot 8 and 9 and Btore,  Block 3  	
■Irs. Florence Newman     Lots  10  and  11,   Block 3'.	
Wm. 8. Martin     Lot 3, Block 10 	
II.  L.  Plumton     Wast i Block 15 and house	
Jas.   Parton   Lots 16 and 17 and house, Block 8...
7.20
234.S0
3.50
29.25
12.00
141.00
6.00
21.20
12.00
4.20
1.80
1.70
4.80
21.90
28.80
3.60
3.60
150.35
1.95
1*1.75
.90
2.20
53.76
7.60
11.20
5.40
1.60
Townsite ol Nakusp Sub-Div,. Part Lot 397, Plan 494
Mrs.   Ellen   Blockelshy     Lot  3,   Block  24  	
K     K    i ox     Lots 14 and 15. Block 16 	
I.    J.   Edwards    Lota 24 and 25, Block 5 	
I.    .1.   K'Uards   Lot  11,  Block 2  	
L.   J.   Ednards     Ls. 11,12,13, Blkl, and lotB 10,11, B.3
liuu**- I.   Gothier      Lot  2d,   Block  3   	
I    I     Gi,liner   Lots 11 aud  12, Block 15  	
.iin.l.-nniu^     Lot 26 and house, Block 23 	
HI   Lot 3, Block 2 	
li *■ lupinint  Company    Lots 6 und 7, Block 8 	
"•■ Q    Meroei        Lot 22,  Block 4 	
i.21   H    0    Mm*.*!   Lot  12,   Block  8   	
Mercer       Lots 9 and 10, Block io 	
H    i;   MrKitrick    Lot 4, Block 20  	
*    l.    Hi fit   Lots 29 aud 30, and hotel, Blook 5...
•  li   :     I*    Miliuugald    Lots  15   to  '20 inc., hoUBe,  Block   16...
*   and   MrKitrick     Lots  11,12,13,  hotol,  Block 4  	
Harvle Robiowa         Lot 17, Block 8 	
Mrs    F    J    RlobmODd    Lot 6,  Block 38  	
B   I.      immoni   Lot 10 und cottage, Block 13 	
Mis.   I     H    Thomas   Lots 9 and 10, Block 4  	
j. Wulfthonn 	
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2.32
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4.54
1.50
11.05
2.40
1.30
1.60
1.35
2.10
9.00
1.76
9.76
4.05
5.26
5.70
.30
33.00
6.60
56.06
7.10
1.86
8.00
80.31
0.20
    Lots 24 and 25, Block  6 	
Townsite of Ferguson Sub-Div., Lots 1140 and 1145
.75
.95
2.95
.60
1.10
3.86
.75
1.20
.95
.95
1.45
.40
47.25
4.00
69.20
.25
.75
2.00
2.50
1.30
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H.   J.  Clarke  Estate  	
Margaret.  Fraser  Estate,
li.  CiUDB  	
Lot.  12  	
Lh.  1,7,16,   Mn.   II*
Lots  25  and  26   ...
16,  I'l*i
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 ,    Lot  6  and   building,  Block 6 	
iy     I uts  11   and  12,  Block 9 	
    Lut 7,   Block 55  	
'   Dennis  McOartj     Lot 10. Block 3 	
Mis    ri.   O'CoOOOl     Lots   11   aiid   12,  Block  6  	
vl.itili.'w  Itciil     Lot   18,   Block 4  	
ri.   riluiiii  ,.,..,     Lot  24,   Block 8 	
Mrs    ./.   Batho         Lots 1  and 2 and building, Block 1...
I. '.mini  I'ntiTi'.on     Lut  :i,   Block   1   	
Guy  A    LnHrrty ,.,     Lol  4.   Blk.   I;  5 12,   Blk  2; 7,8  Blk.6;
10,   Block   29   	
\.   G.   Carlson        Lot 6,  Blk.  1; Lot 12,  Block 8 	
Jan.  Ryan      Lot 9,  Block 1	
Mrs    I.   E.   Freeze       Lot  10,   Block  1  	
Moore     Lots 18 and 19, Block 1 	
Newman   Lot 21, Block 1 	
-. 	
101.88  Potor
10*06   W.  d.
69.00
.30
4.70
.25
17.80
.60
1.00
15.60
7.06
31.75
4.76
3.46
1.20
.90
5.30
.66
45.41
1.17
5.17
.72
12.75
.54
7.27
.90
.50
.16
.07
.61
8.75
1.14
4.96
6.68
.33
.45
5,35
.72
.62
.08
.31
.63
1.22
.51
4.04
2.02
2.10
2.23
.06
6.30
.91
14.21
3.02
.53
1.99
E3.47
3.86
21.12
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1.55
.02
7.03
.05
.15
2.30
2.71
10.41
1.28
.84
.10
.06
1.80
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2.66
18.92
1.14
7.70
3.34
8.34
129.11
9.09
6.22
18.87
5.66
5.40
4.77
7.01
17*130
4.53
15.00
4.54
6.03
10.28
9.72
19.31
6.61
7.49
7.52
24.82
6.38
4.89
3.37
8.02
47.90
45.80
6.73
4.37
5.08
5.83
•6.41
6.40
21.87
11.90
7.70
17.75
9.83
117.35
9.85
75.07
10.72
14.64
85.23
9.81
15.86
4.08
4.45
12.45
7.57
4.61
9.08
13.36
6.93
18.60
4.85
8.95
5.76
2.87
9.69
6.73
6.75
5.76
13.15
432.56
6.62
36.42
14.72
156.35
8.54
42.22
14.90
6.70
4.86
8.87
9.61
64.50
10.74
40.06
42.88
7.73
4.70
19.35
8.07
3.92
3.85
4.26
5.73
1*.07
5.01
10.91
9.02
10.32
11.38
2.72
88.55
13.51
141.46
13.07
5.18
13.99
138.28
16.36
92.12
2.32
8.25
2.27
26.83
2.55
3.16
19.90
11.76
44.19
8.03
6.29
3.30
2.90
MB WEDNESDAY,  NOV.  1st,  1911
TUlu. MAIL-HEEALD,  BETELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  NOV.  1st,  1911
Townsite of Ferguson, Subdivision of Lots 1140 and 1145.—Continued-
M'Xiniji'KnT lanhs
Names of Persons Assessed
Short Description of Property
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Wm- Leips    Lot 22,  Block 1 	
iviis. R.  ul. ivirpatrics   Lots 1 and 2 and house, Block a ...
m.  u.  a.  uu..oau    L0ts 6,  7, Blk. 2; lot 10, Block 55 ...
oos. cruyne     L.0t 8, Block 2 	
John l,uw     Lat 9, Block 2 	
barney  tray    Lot 9,  Block 2; lot 3, 4, Block 10 ...
John Douerty instate    Lot 11, Block 2	
Jas.   Little instate      Lot 14, Block 2  	
John U. Luiug    Lot 17,  Block 2 	
Yv.  B.  Pool and  J.J.   ioung    LotB 10 to 20 inc., 24, building, Blk.2
b. H.  AicLiean      Lot 5, Block 3 	
T. Gallon and uompany    Lots 1 to 7 inc., Block 4 	
VV. li. Pool und j,  d.   loung      Lots 8 to 12 Inc., Block 4 	
G.   Van N OS Wand      Lot 10, Block 5 	
Airs. Mallets     Lot 13,   Block 5  	
Mutthew Heid     Lot 18, Block 5  	
Angus  Campbell      Lot 19,  Block  5  	
John  Mcuoiuilu       Lot 20, Block  5   	
R.  Lecsie   Ewing     Lots 14 to 14> and house, Block 29 ...
Jas.  FiUs.ininons    Lot 5, Block 30 	
A.  C.  Meaner     Lot 8, Block 30 	
Thos. Gordon     Lot  10,  Block 30  	
W. A. Foote    Lot  12,  Block 30   	
John T. uoleman estate   Lot 20, Blk.30; lots 13-14,  Block 30...
D.   A.   McUougull      Lot 21, Block 30 	
J. Edward Bird   LotB 25 and 26 and house, Blocd 30...
F. L. Houston   Lots 22 to 24 inc., house, Block 30...
Wm.  Donald     Lots 3 and 7, Block 31	
Basil   Smith      Lot 4,  Block 31 	
Bonald and  Urquhart      Lot 5. Block 31 	
L. Boomer     Lot 13, Block 31 	
Albert Sullivan     Lot 1, Block 32 	
VV.   B.  Pool      Lots 1 to 4, Block 38 	
N. Emo  rv   Lot 9, Block 38  	
KlorenceN. Gordon   Lots 5  and 6 and house,  Block 40...
K. Perry   Lots 16 and 17 aad house, Block 41...
Airs. C. Koran     Lot 2, Block 50  	
Airs.  Jas. Cummings Estate    Lot 5 and hotel, Block 50 	
Wm. Schnell   Lot 4 and building, Block 55 	
J. Humer    Lot 5,  Block 55 	
A.  R. Laughton     Lots 16 and 171 Block 55 	
Dominies Magelo    Lot 21,  Block 55  	
Jean G.  Ellis    Lot 21, Block 5 	
Fred W. Conway    Lot 22, Block 6 	
VV. M. Brown   Lot 2, Block 6 	
llcistcm   and Company  Estate   Lots 3 & 24, Blk. 6; 13, 14, 15, Blk. 55
Mrs. S. O-Connor    Lots 11 and 12, Block 6 	
J. H.  Harris      Lots It and 15, Block 6 	
G. VV.  Urquhart    Lot 17, Block 6 	
F. Carlson    Lot 18, Block 6 	
W, N. Brayton    Lots 19 and 20, Block 6 	
T.  Gallon and  Company     Lots 4 and 5, Block 7 	
Mrs. B. Clark    Lot  6,  Block 7  	
Donald MclntoBh   Lots 8,9,10,  Block 7; lot 11, Dlk 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 Camhbell      Lot 19, Block 6  	
A. C. Cummins    Lot 1 and store, Block 5 	
N. Emo     Lot 9, Block 38 	
W. Edwards    Lot 4, Block 50 	
1.00
27.20
9.30
3.50
3.50
18.10
5.50
7.80
.40
59.40
3.20
37.65
2(1.15
7.10
5.15
6.66
0.95
9.95
9.00
1.60
1.00
1.00
1.00
6.90
6.80
20.00
18.IK)
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
5.00
4.20
6.75
5.25
8.50
4.20
1.80
13.20
11.70
5.30
13.20
10.40
4.20
22.00
1.80
4.10
1.10
42.70
3.30
1.00
4.60
5.20
4.90
10.05
16.00
1.80
.75
Townsite of Trout Lake Sub-Div., Part Lot 190, Plan 530
Frank  Daly     Lot 46,  Block  40  	
• an. Hunt    Lots 1 to six, Block 6 	
Oscar jacouson   Lot 26 ami j,  27,  bouse,  Block  46  ...
Hoot.  Madaen      Lots 25 ft 26, house, Block 49 	
ltout. Madden  Lots 12 to 11 and hotel, Block 52 ...
.Stephen Yioods   Lots  j  i., and 30 and house, Blk.  48
ll. D. Hume    Lot 1,  _.„.._ oi 	
Mrs,  Elsie Simmons     Lot 18 and bouse,  Block 52 	
Gus Johnson     Lot 10 uad bouse, Block 4 	
J.   W.  S.  Charles    Lol 1. Block 39 	
Jas.  H.   Currie  Estate     Lots 38 and  39 and house,  Block 40
John  Genelle   Estute       Lots 1 to 5 inc., Block 41 	
C. H. Still well    Lots 25,  26,  27, Block 41 	
J. Hicks    Lot 23,  Block 46  	
li. Hendricssou     Lot 26 and 127, house, Block 46 	
J. V. Armstrong    Lot 5, Block 47 	
A. J.  Macdonell    Lot 7 Block 47 	
J. M.  Doyle     Lot 6, Block 47 	
Vt.  Cowan    Lots,  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 4«, 47, 48, and house, Blk 47 ...
E.L.  Kinmun   Ls. 1.2. blk.  48;  Ls. 21 to'21, hs.B. 49
Higginson aud Smith   Lots 12,  13, 14 and house, Blk. 48 ...
A.  G.  Eraser    Lots 25  and 26,  Block 48 	
F. C. Elliott    Lot 36 and building, Block 4*8 	
J.  McLennan    Lot 29,  Block 49 	
McLennan aud   Mauson       Lot 30, Block 49 	
John Carlson     Lot 31,  Block  49   	
Swan Anderson Estate     Lots 23 and 22, Block 50 	
W.  M. Brown     Lot 27, Block 50 	
J. Flood    Lot 3,  Block 51  	
Neil Swioton    Lot 11,  Block 51	
Mrs. J. W. Westlall   Lots 19 and 13 and bouse, Block 61...
J.   C.  Murray     Lots 22 and 23 and store, Block 61...
F.  T.  Abey    Lot 24 and house, lot 25, Block 61...
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. 0. Fraser   Lots 6 and 7 and store,   Block 52...
F. B.  Wells     Lot 8 and Btore, Block 52 	
Ralph Higginson    Lot 11, Block 52 	
E. R. Vipond and M. Beaton     Lot 16 and building,  Block 52  	
John  Stauber     Lot 18 and house, Block 52 	
John Haner    Lot 32 and house, Block 52 	
D. L. Clink   Lots 1 to 31 inc.,  8ub-Dlv. part lot
190, plan 630 b	
Dennis McCarthy    Lots 10 and 11, Block 48 	
Trout Lake Townsite, Subdivision Part Lot 762.
Harry L. Godson   Ls.   22,23,   2-3   24  and house,   Blk.   3
A. 0. Fraser     Lots 6 to 12 Inc.  Block 6 	
Unas. Johnson     Lot 20,  Block 6 	
0.   J.  Nelson     Lot 21,   Block  6	
N.  B.  Smith      Lots 7 and 8 and house, Block 8 	
W.  M.  Brown      LotH 16 and 16, Block 8 	
Trout Lake Townsite. Subdivision Part Lot 761. Plan 5J0B.
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6.68
2.43
.89
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7.70
1.72
2.93
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20.72
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13.87
9.60
2.49
1.68
2.40
3.92
3.92
1.34
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1.57
2.14
6.29
2.71
3.32
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1.75
3.67
1.93
4.34
.75
.54
10.10
1.24
7.57
3.09
1.72
1.12
1.21
2.40
1.68
.84
.51
.24
4.88
4.77
1.73
4.60
3.69
1.24
7.94
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1.29
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13.27
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1.45
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1.38
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8.90
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6.70
5.14
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3.90
8.27
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3.80
1.40
1.26
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1.40
1.77
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1.65
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1.26
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7.80
1.50
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1.60
2.89
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2.85
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1.50
1.01
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3.80
1.50
1.43
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1.50
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12.30
5.74
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26.40
6.40
4.47
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21.00
9.00
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1.20
.95
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3.80
.75
1.24
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1.20
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36.10
5.40
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30.40
12.45
9.85
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3.90
1.92
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6.55
1.19
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7.20
2.55
1.41
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5.40
1.25
.67
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22.95
7.38
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Plan
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8.51
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1.40
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.95
.20
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12.00
11.06
3.83
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3.60
2.55
1.10
2
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
1L59
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
6.14
6.71
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18.47
9.03
19.80
16.01
7.41
31.94
4.01
7.39
3.20
58.07
6.16
3.10
8.05
8.00
8.23
16.43
25.82
4.22
2.85
4.34
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9.60
10.28
28.16
27.48
4.01
4.70
3.11
10.60
31.13
28.64
35.57
8.43
11.98
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4.35
3.76
4.35
8.44
11.90
4.35
14.06
53.23
66.33
6.32
12.43
14.55
14.55
13.89
19.78
7.31
8.73
7.3*1
43.14
39.27
67.00
4.8G
4.36
7.79
4.31
70.80
54.70
15.22
16.94
13.16
9.32
56.33
8.14
40.41
11.60
6.91
4.35
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9.25
Townsite of Comaplix Sub-Div., Part Lots 1141 and 1142, Plans 632 and 635A and 632B
Nameslof Persons Assessed
Short Description of Property
R.   M.   Evans     Lot
Mrs. Mary H.  Faiihall   Lot
Wm. Hamilton    Lot
J. A. Magee Estate   Lot
J. E.  Paynes   Lot
12 and hotel,
11 and house,
15 and house,
1 and house,
Block A
Block 12
Block D
Block F  ..
7 and house, Block 13
Selby  Soules     Lots 13 and  14 and house,  Block 2..
J. H.  Young
A. 0. Fraser ...
A. O. Fraser ..
y,  J,  Urabam
Lots 1 to 6, Block '.
Lots 1 to 4, Block
Lot 6,  Dlock 16.  ...
6.90
4.80
1.65
1.85
.99
2
9.89
.29
2
7.09
.65
2
6.05
    Lots 5 and 6 and hotel,  Block  13  ..
Townsite of Gerrard, Subdivision of Lot 5704, Plan 892.
Block 1 	
Mobbs       Lots 1   to 4, 11 to 38,
Mohhs       Lots 1  to 18, Block 2  	
Mobbs       Lots  1  to 4, 10 to 20, Block 4 	
Mobbs      Lots 1 to 32, Block 5  	
Mobbs      Unplotted  portion lot   5704,  G.L,  2
gcres more or less 	
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29.50
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2.15
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NOTICE   TO    CREDITORS.
lot
20
T.  A. Bateman     Lot 8132,  G.l	
Byron  Boyd     Lot 136  of  Sub.  Uiv.  of  part of
307, plan 980 ...,	
Alex.  Barnett     L.  1 to 4,6,7,9, of  W.J   Sec.19 Twp,
F. H.  Corson and W.   J. Lappan     S. E.   J   Section 22, Twp. 23 	
Ainorose  Copper      S. VV.   j,  Section 22,twp.u0 Fire Val y
j. CrincieLi     Lots,  1,  3,.  Blk. 3,  Kev., plan  63oiv.
•john Cameron     Lot 7634,  G.  I.,  Kootenay  District...
Hairy  DaviB      Lot 7392, Group 1, Kooteouy Dis.  ...
•j.  S.   C.  Fraser      Lot 1183,  Group 1,  Kootenay Dis.   ...
!>*..   S. Eraser     Lot 7691, Group 1, Kootenay District
Geo.   Ferguson      Sec. 33, twp. 69, Kootenay Dis	
Hobt. Faulds     Lot 1, of L. 7699. G.l. Kootenay Dis.
Plan  .No.   844  	
J. C.  Gore      Lot 7690,  G.I., Kootenay  District  ...
M. Grady     L.1138,  1139,  hotel,  UpperArrow lakes
fi-. Grady      Lot 3945,  G.I.,  Kootenay  Bistrict  ...
Vnu.  A.  Graham     Lot 3618,   G.L,  Kootenay District  ...
Vim. A. Graham     Lot 8046,  G. 1., Kojtenay District...
l-a.cyon Hot Springs  Sanitarium ....   Lot 100 and cottages, G. 1	
r-u,cyon  Hot Springs  Sanitarium  ....   Lot 24ol, G. I., Kootenay District ...
Gus Hedstrom     Lot 7821,   G.L,  Kootenay District  ...
i.. Hayden     Lot 8409,  G.l.,  Kootenay District  ...
J.   Grafton       Lot 80*25,  G.  L, Kootenay District...
A.Ian P.  Hemmelman       Lot 5 oi Lot 8026, G.L, Kootenay (lis
ii. Houston     Lot 8032,  G. I.,  Kootenay District...
hi.nily M. Johnstone     Lot 0153,  G.L,  Kooteuay  District ...
Koy H. Keele     L. 7 of L.  7699,0.1. P. 844 K. Dis.  ...
Vv. J. Lascelles     Lot 2719, G.I..house, Kootenay Dis....
V..   J.  Lascelles     Lot 8690,  G.I., Kootenay  District  ...
f..ri.  M.   J.  Luinb       L. 5, Blk.  A.  ft house, Rev.I'l.  63oG.
J.is. A. LaBrash     Lot 9152,  G.I.,. Arrow  Lakes 	
J.   VV.   Marsland      L.2 of L. 71U6.G.I.K. D.  Plan 945.  ...
B. Marsland     L. 3 ot L. 7105,G.I., K.D., Plan 945...
L. C. Morrison     Lot 8814,  G.L,  Kootenay  District  ...
J_sf H.  Murton      Lot I.L.S. D. 4,  Sec. 21, Twp. 23  ...
Win.  I. Mosley     Lot 5 of lot 7542, G. I	
Ida Marshall     Lot 8704,   Arrow Lakes,  G.  I	
li.jtropolitan   Gold   &  Silver   Mining
Company      Lot 7047, Ferguson, G. I	
S. R. Middlemas     Lot 1 of lot 7542, Burton 	
Mrs.  A.  MoJatt     Lot 8513, Arrow Lks, G.L, K. Dis....
Janet  B.   Munroe   N. E. i Sec. 15., Twp. 69 	
Jas.  McEwen     Ls.  8028,  8029, 8030, G.L, K. Dis.  ...
G. S.   McOarter       Lot 2613, Carnes Creek, G.I., K. DiB.
Vv.   E.   McCandlish  EBtate     N.E.   i, sec.2a,   S.E.   J sec.28,S.W.b.28
li.i, sec.33, W.i, N. W. J  sec.  33, all
in Twp. 69 	
Ii.   McLeod    L.  8511,  Arrow  Lakes,  G.L, K.  Dis.
F, McCarty    Lot 446,   G.I.,  Hall'B  Landing   	
A.   Mclntyre       Ls.  1,2,  B.  61,  RvelBtoke,  Plan 6361.
J. R. McPherson     Lot 152,   Arrow Park, Plau No.  827.
J. McMillan     L. 105, Arrow Park, Plan No. S27. ...
G. B. McMillan     E.l, se.J, sec. 1, twp.69,ei, ne.J sec.
i>6,  Township 71 	
Win.   McDevitt      Lot  8042,   Arrow  Lakes  	
i-,. D\ McDougald     L.   7544,  G.L,  Lower Columbia river
u. V. McDougald     L. 8156, #130, G.I.   Arrow   Lanes	
n.   IP.   Perry      L. »498,  Goldflelds, G.I., K. District.
iff ,'elsloke    and      Mci'uiloiu.h    Creeit
iiydraulic Mining Co., Ltd    Lot 23,  G.L, Kootenay District 	
.si-tcie Marshall     Lot S705, G.L, Kootenay District.   ...
v..   K.   Kooertson      Lot 7980,  G.L,  Kootenay District ...
mis.  Sarah J. Shardlow     L. 6, bouse,  B. A, Rev. P. No. 636G.
if. M.  Symons     L. 7968. Up. Arroe Laks. G.L, K. D.
A.   M.   Symons      L. 7964,    Pingston Ck., G.L, K.  Dis.
C. D.  Taylor     VV. 80 acres of lot 438,G.L, Hall's Lg.
n. Trussler     W.J lol 444,1-SOA, G.I. Hall's Ldg.  ...
Win.   Williams        West 1  Sec. 24, Twp. 71 	
W.  Wrifcht   W.J,  ne.J,  sec.26,  W.J,  se.J  sec.  31,
Twp.  71 	
M. E.  Walley    Lot 8132,  G.I., Kootenay District ...
H.   S.   Wallace     Lot 6942, Goldflelds 	
S.  Walker     L. 1785, G.L, Cariboo City 	
W.  U.   Watson      Pt.  ne.l,  sec.26,  house, Twp. 23  	
Wm.   Waine      Lot 8034,  G.L, Kootenay  District  ...
J. I.  Woodrow     Und.i L. 6940 ft Und.t L. 6939G.I.KD
V,.i,'rid  Wolstenholm     L.  A,0,18,24,   lota 7695 and 8687  	
C. E. Wallis     Lot 4467,   Duncan river,   G.L,  K.   D.
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12.60
.00
1.89     2
1.50
\.m.   Stockwell  	
Columbia Fruit Lands Co.,
Edith   Morrison   	
Ltd.
L. 4,5, ol L. 7697, near Burton	
E.J.N.E.i, aec.23, twp.23 R.L.W. 6 M.
Lot 8813,  G.L, Kootenay  DiBtrict  ...
1 signed,   Solicitors  tor  Rev.
: procunier,   Executor   of  the
17.39
22.50
4.80
0.70
1.20
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14.70
30.00
28.00
3.48
2
63.48
15.00
22.50
1.25
2
40.75
38.40
3.45
2
43.86
5.40
.64
2
8.54
14.50
1.29
2
17.69
16.00
2.80
1.61
2
22.41
128.00
11.55
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141.52
20.00
1.80
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23.80
136.00
15,84
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153.84
13120
14.30
2.04
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31.54
112.00
,
10.08
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124.08
48.00
2.88
2
52.88
4.80
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7.09
60.00
36.00
11.10
2
108.10
55.20
8.40
7.19
2
72.70
850.00
165.00
2
1017.00
27.80
5.38
2
35.18
27.60
4.(5
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34.35
20.00
1.40
2.22
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26.62
18.00
28.00
3.30
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51.30
3.30
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10.67
68.00
4.08
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74.08
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6.24
3.60
3.90
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10.07
39.00
4.32
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45.32
9.60
.80
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12.46
16.80
1.72
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20.52
7.20
.43
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9.63
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3.68
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3.68
19.20
1.15
2
22.35
9.00
1.08
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12.08
5.11
.46
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7.57
8.00
.48
2
10.48
48.00
2.83
2
55.88
2.55
.15
2
4.70
12.00
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14.72
16.00
.96
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18.96
129.60
14.52
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146.12
282.40
79.72
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304.12
88.00
5.28
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32.00
1.92
2
35.92
54.40
6.95
17.87
2
81.22
11.40
1.83
2
15.23
2.10
.13
2
4.23
2.10
.13
2
4.23
9.60
.70
2
12.30
9.00
19.50
1.71
2
32.21
28.60
2.69
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33.29
67.20
7.50
7.90
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84.60
255.85
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14.40
1.73
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13.13
4.00
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6.24
144.00
12.96
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158.96
13.20
1.46
2
16.66
19.20
1.15
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9.60
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12.17
34.80
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10.68
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16.00
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37.20
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3.24
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4.75
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1.83
2
34.43
7.80
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22.50
2.25
2
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8.64
2
66.64
ln the Matter ot the Estate ol James
E. Lun-',   deceased.
Nolice is berehy given that all
creditors aud others naving ilaims
against tne Estate ol James bi.
Long, late of Revelstoke, B. C, deceased, who died at Revelstoke ou or
about the 12tb duy ol June, 1911,
are requested to send to the under-
C. A.
last   will
ol said deceased, withiu 60 days from
date, full particulars oi their claims,
duly verified, and tbat after that
date the said Exec-dtor will prooeed
to distribute the said estate amongst
those entitled thereto, regard being
had only to those claims ot which
said Executor shall bave then received  notice.
Dated August 16th,  1911.
HARVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM,
Solicitor for Rev.  C.  A. Procunier,
Executor ol tbe last will oi
Deceased.
NOTICK.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Nettie H. Piatt
of Rossland, B. C, occupation
Housekeeper, intend to apply (or
permission to purchase the lol.owing
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near the South Kast Coruer ui
Lot 7900; tbence south 40 chains,
west 40 chain.., ..u. .u n) chains and
east 40 chain: to po.nt of commencement, and continuing 160 acres more
or less.
Dated August 10th, 1911.
NETTIE H.   PLATT,  Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land DiBtrict.
District of West Kootenay.
liii.e notice tbat 1, William Rumley,
oi i.iuti-niii, li. v-., occupation l.llln-
. mi in.1.1, .iii.ii.i to apply for permis-
M" u io iiniciia.-e the ioiiowiug ae-
hotimSiI lanus:
-oouiLueueing at a post planted adjacent lo tuu -North East corner of
Liot Data, oeiug tbe Soutb r..i.~.i Coiner; tbence running north 8V cbains,
west 60 chains, soutb 40 chains, east
4u chains, soutu -to chains and eust
20 cuams to Uie point of commencement and containing 480 acres, mors
ur less.
Dated August 9th,   1911.
WILLIAM   RUMLEY,  Applicant,
James Fisher, Ageut.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is heeeby given that, on the
tirst day of Decemoer next, application will be made to the Superintendent ol Provincial Police lor
renewal oi the hotel lioense to sell
liquor by retail in tbe hotel known
as the City hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in the province of British Columbia.
Dated this 4th day of October, 1911
JOHN  CALEY, Applicant.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
Oistrict uf  iie.it Kootenay.
Take    notice    that    i,
Wiuium  Vipona,  of Nakusp,
occup.it.uu foreman,      intend
Fredriek
a.    c,
s  to  ap
ply  ior    peiui.ss.on  tu    purcuase tue
luilowing  uescriued  lunds:
Commencing ut a post planted 120
cbains soutn ut N. K, Coruer of T.L.
4i2il, incurs south mi chaius, theuce
east about 30 chuius to Airuw Lake
thence north along Lake auout 80
cbuins, tbence West aboul 20 chains
to pu.i.t of commencement, cuutaiu -
ing aouut 200 acres  more or less.
Dated September 13,  1911.
FREDRICK  WILLIAM  VIPOND.
Sep.23-No.22 E.R.   Vipond,   Agent.
E. EDWARDS,
DEPUTY ASSESSOR REVELSTOKE.
LlyUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, ,on the
lirst duy of lktcinner next, application will be mude to the Superintendent uf I i im ijiii.il Polico Ior
renewal uf the hotel license to sell
liquor by retuil in tbe hotel known
as tbe Beaton holel, situateat Beaton, ln the Province ol British Columbia.
Dated this 28th duy of September,
1911. odds.
H.   NELLIS,   Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
lirst day of December next, application     will   be made to the Superln-
LiyUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
lirst day uf December uext, application will be made to the Superintendent ol provluciui Police for
renewal ol bhe hotel license to sell
liquor by retuil in tbc hotel knowu
us tbe Lukeview hotel, situate ut
Arrowhead, in the Province ol British  Columbia.
Dated this 2nd day of October, 1911
CHAPMAN  & IRWIN,  Applicants.
LIQUOR    ACT, 1910.
Notico is hereby given that, on the
inm duy ol December next, application will bo made to the Superin -
tendent ol Provincial Tollce (or
renewal  of   the hotel  license to    sell
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
Innl day of December next, application will be made tu the Superintendent uf Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
us the Criterion hotel, situate at
Camborne, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Duted this 14th day ol October, 1911
W.   S.   RENNIK,  Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
NOTICE.
Revelatoke Land District.
District oi  West Kooteuay.
Take notioe that 1 Edward Russell
Vipond, of Nakusp, B. C, occupation
contiactor, intends tu upply tor permission to purchase the lollowiug described lunds;
Commencing at a post planted 40
cbains south ol N. E. Corner ol T.L.
41274, theuce south 80 chaius, tbence
east about 20 chaius, to Arrow Lake
ihence uorth ulung Luke abuut HO
chains, theuce west about 2 chains to
poini ot commencement, contuining
about 100 ucres,  more or less.
Dated September 13, 1911.
EDWARD   RUSSELL  VIPOND.
Sept. 23—Not. 22.
tendent of Provincial Police (or
renewal of the hotel license to sell Ul*uor b* reta" in the hotcl ltnown
liquor by retail in the hotel known Bath« Kvtt Hote1' 8ltuato ut Gam-
as tho Halcyon Hot Springs hotel, I 1'orne- ln lho Evince ol British Co-
situate  at Halcyon,  in the  Provlnco ' lumW»-
ol British Columbia.
Dated  this 28th   day of fljptO a.icr,
1911. 30dl,
WILLIAM   BOYD,   Applicant.
Ian. 10—Return Ol Wm.  Yulo ft Co.,
lu Dombcy ft Son, Edison theatre,
Dated tbis 10th day ol October, 1911
H.   0.   WARE,   Applicant.
WANTED—Mun and wile to occupy
furnished rootnB. Suitable companions for tt ludy. Apply to P.O.
Uox 243,  Revelstoko.
NOTIOB.
itevelstoke Land District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take uotice tbat I, Otho Ralstod,
of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation
Notice is hereby given tbat, on the; HoUBe Decorator, intend to apply for
tirst day ot December next, applies- { Permission to purchase the followtoj
tion   will    be made  to the  Superin-   described lands:
tendent of Provincial Police for Commencing at a Post planted
renewal of the hotel license to sell about two ani1 a W«) mile8 in a
liquor by retail ln the hotel known [ South-westerly direction from the
as the Hotel Queens Bituate at Comaplix, iu tbe Province ol British,
Columbia.
Duted this 9th day of October,
J.   H.   YOUNG
1911
AppUeani.
Nov. 30— Mark Hamburg the groat
Russian Pianist, at tbe Edison
theatre.
Houth West corner of Lot 9323; b^
ing the North West corner, thenoe
1 i unBiog south 80 chains, east 80
chain*-., north 8" cbains, and
west 8(i chains to point ol commence
ment. und containing 640 acres mors
or less.
Dated,  August 12th,  1911.
OTHO   HALBTON,  Applicant.
James Fisher, Af«nt, WEDNESDAY,  NOV.   1st,   1511
the 3vnA.xrJ-ia:E!RjLii,r53 bevblstokb
WEDNESDAY,   NOV.   Isl,   1911
Provincial Elections Act
Revelstoke Electoral District
Take notice that I bave received
objections .u writing to the retention
of the following names on the Register of Voters for the Revelstoke Electoral District on the grounds stated uelow.
And take notice that ut a Court
ot Revision to be held un tbe U.i
day of November, 1911, at Court
House Revelstoke at 11 o'clock m
the forenoon, I shall hear and de
termine the sard objections, and unless such named persons or Bome
other Provincial voter on their lye-
half satishes me that such objections
are aut well founded, I shall strike
such names oil said Register.
Dated this llth day of October,  1911
E.   EDWARDS,
Registrar ol Voters.
The  following   persons  are   reported
absent from  the District:
No. Name Place.
2        Abey,  Frank  Thos,   Camborne.
7        Ackert.    Herbert A.,   Comaplix.
16      Albuiy,  Arthur G.,  Arrowhead.
24      Allen,  Alf.  Harris,   Revelstoke.
31      Aniey,   Melville E.,  Wigwam.
34      Andrews,  Edward,  Wigwam.
45       Answon,   James,   Comaplix.
59      Auguston,  Peter J., Hevelstoke
dc      Backstrom,   Fred.,   Revelstoke
tt,       Bailie,   Hug-h,   ('omaplix.
67      Bailie,  Hugh, Comaplix.
74      Balloch, D.R., Comaplix.
78      Barnes,   Ruben  G.,  Arrowhead.
85      Uarr,   Wylie  D.,   Pingston Creak
sT       liat.sla,   Vittoni,  Revelstoke.
88       Daves,   Melville,   Arrowhead.
102     Belt,  Geo.   K.  Revelstoke.
134 Boardman,   Jas.   E.,   Comaplix.
135 Bodweli,  1.  N..  Revelstoke.
l,3t.     Boggs, Arthur Vi., 2 Arrowhead
137     Boggs,   Harry,   Arrowhead.
142     Uonser,   Thos.   Alf..   Revelstoke.
157     Bradshaw,   William,   Wigwam!
159     Uregolisse,   T.,   Revelstoke.
172   Brown.  Frederick.  Comaplix.
17>*     Buckley,   John,   Revelstoke.
ISO    Buiiock,  Blan. K.,  Arrowhead.
183     Btir.iun.  Fred.   Vi.,   Arrowhead.
206 Callahan,  Alfred,  Wigwam.
232     Caprebttie,   Lf,  Revelstoke.
240    Carlson,   Anton,   Revelstoke.
252     Cashato,  Giacinto,    Revelstoke.
271 Clark.   Jas.  Chas.,   Glacier.
272 Clark,  Wm.  P., Glacier.
296     Cole.  Peter,  Arrowhead.
306     Cook.   Maur.ee   J.,   Arrowhead.
207 Cooper,   Robert,   St.  Leon.
320     Coults,   David,   Arrowhead.
312     Ctoss,   Jas.   Wm..   Revelstoke.
398     Defelice,  Carmine,   Revelsto-se.
4ol     DiLullo,   Angelo,  Revelstoke.
420     Dunoar,   David  J.,  Beaton.
433     Dunne,   Patrick,   Comaplix.
45'.'     Edwards, Albert, Comaplix.
45"     Elsdon, Clement,    Arrowhead.
456     Elsdon,   Leonard.   Arrowhead.
459     Ennis,   Will,am  T.,   Comaplix.
4tA'     K:.u,.-.   '.e-irge,   St.   Leon
4.4     Erskine, Charles, Arrowhead,
-i •      Esplon,   Jus.  H.,  Beaton.
-471     Fan,  Peter  M.,   Arrowhead.
iii     Feuwick,   Chas.   H.,   Comaplix.
4M     Fergus, m,   Duncan,     Revelstoke.
4>,">    Ferguson,   Duncan,   Revelstoki*.
493     Fitzpatrick,  Pat.   L., Revelstoke
495     Fletcher,   Peter,   Camborne.
o'-'J     Flood,   J 'hn   J.,   Arrowhead.
5'4     Falsetta,   Gemard,   Revelstoke.
503     Forbes,  'harles.  Arrowhead.
514     Forrest,  John.  Wigwam.
517     Fraser, Frank, Wigwam.
521     Fraser,   Walter,   Arrowhead.
C-.     F  iser,   James  M.,  Arrowhead.
Vi .lliam,  Wigwam.
Fraser.  James.  Revelstoke.
Galanti,  Luigi,  Revelstoke.
: ,. igher,   * ihn,  Comaplix.
Gamester,   Daniel,  Arrowhead.
Gawley,  Chesley,   Galena   Baj
John  Vi.,  Wigwam.
Gilbert.  Herald  Vi.,  Arrowhead
Oilman.ti,  Anthony,   Comaplix.
Gill,  Robert  R.,  Arrowhead.
Godwin, ' 'harles, Rev.*:
GurJun, O.,  Comaplix.
.:.,  Horace, '',.    Reve
:.:,..-    3am iei,
Guest,   Will.am,   \
HaciDiij.  James,  Comaplix
Halvarson,   John,  An
Hail, Stanley A..  Arrowhead
Haner, O,  A , Rt.* Istoki
Hansen   Chris, Camborn
Hanson, Henry, Revelstoke,
I'amlorne.
Harvej     Ulan,   Wigwam.
Har; -   John, Comaplix.
Haiti:. ,*      I,"   Q .   Arrowhea
Hazlitt    William 0., Camborne.
Henry, George, Comaplix.
Hepburn,   John p.,  Comaplix,
Hogg,  William  8.,   ''"maplix.
Humps-ton,   Wm.   J.,   Revelstoke
Irwin,  James, Comaplix.
Isener.  FreemanW.  Rocky Point,
Johnson,   Hans,  Wigwam.
Jordon,   Grover   0.,   Revelstoke.
Keays,   Howard,   Revelstoke.
Keller.   William,  Wigwam.
Kennedy,   Fred,  Camborne.
Kennedy.  Thos.  L.,  Cambonis.
Knapp,  «eo.   D.,  Revelstoke.
Konner,  John,  Galena  Bay.
Lalortune, Sim, Revelstoke.
Lafl.-ime,   Victor.  Beaton.
Langrcll.   LlDd.=ay,  Arrowhead.
Langridg-'.  E.  0„  Arrowhead.
Latka, Joseph. Arrowhead.
Lawson.   Charles,   Goldltlds.
Leake, II. P., Revelstoke.
Lecroix, Frank. Arrowhead.
;.;
526
542
547
545
554
660
670
572
67:1
653
6;7
69V
605
607
612
616
625
635
638
641
64'
653
654
057
666
677
582
702
730
741
742
759
772
776
777
790
791
812
817
821
828
829
831
834
S45
M7
|50
859     Lepard,  Herbert,  Camborne.
Mi?      Levesque,  E.,   Goldfields.
S7S     Liver,   Win.   J.,  Arrowhead.
881      Livingstone,   E.,   Arrowhead.
Loltus,  Peter,  Comaplix.
Logan,   Chipinaii,   Revelstoke.
Lortie,   Joseph,   Arrowhead.
Lux, George.  Goldfields.
Lux, Thos. T., Beaton.
Macdonald,   M.,   Arrowhead.
Macfetridge,   Thos.,   Arrowhead.
MucGregor,  K.,  Camborne.
Maloney, W. P., Revelstoke.
Marsaw,  Fred,  Comaplix.
Marsaw,  Joe,  Comaplix.
Martin,   Andrew,   Wigwam.
Martin,  Henry,  GaKna Bay.
Masscn,   John  S.,  Rsvolstone.
Kellett,  Harry, Goldlields.
Melvin, M.  Q.,  Arrowhead.
Morgan,  K.  ti.,  Cnmborne.
Mortsen, w. E., Wigwam.
Morris Geo.  B.,   Arrowhead.
Morrison,  John,  Itevelstoke.
Mullen, Wm.  E.E., Arrowhead,
Murray,  Klius  J., Arrowhead.
Murray,  Robert,  Arrowhead.
McBride,   Robert,   Arrowhead.
McCartney,  J.II.,  Fostall creek.
McCrimmon,   H., Galena Hay.
McEachern,   A.I).,  Arrowhead.
McFarland,   George,  Comaplix.
Mclnnis,  John,  Comaplix.
McKaracher,   F.,  Comaplix,
McKeunan, P. G., Comaplix.
McLennan,  Gordon,  Oamborne.
McLennan,   A.   L.,   Revelstoke.
McMorrta,  Arthur,  Galena  Bay.
McPbail,  Angus,   Revelstoke.
Mcl'hee, Daniel,  Galena Bay.
Naecreatc,   Philip,   Revelsioke.
Nastasem, J,  Revelstoke.
Nicholson,   Thos.   B.,   Comaplix.
Olsou,  Charlie,  Wigwam.
O'Neill, 0, H., Camborne.
Pearson, Thos.  Jf, Beaton.
Peers, John A., Camborne.
Pi'irett, A. F.,  Beaton.
Pipes,  Esward P., Comaplix.
Porter, Carl, St. Leou.
I'ruulx, Ovila,  Revelstoke.
Purgato,   Antonio,   Revelstoke.
Ragnelli, Marine, Revelstoke,
Reighlcy,  Jnmes,  Revelstoke.
Riley,  0.,  Goldflelds.
Robinson,   B.W.P.,   Revelstoke.
Roliinson,  Alex.   Wigwam.
Rogers,  Robert,  ('amborne.
Rogers,  John,  Arrowhead.
Ross, W. W., Camborne.
Roy,  Arthur,  Croldtields.
Russell,  Walter,  Camborne.
Ryan,  Walter,  Beaton.
Salter,  E.  Wm.,  Arrowhead.
Schwartz,   A.,   Revelstoke.
Scott,   John,   Comaplix.
Sellers,   John,  Comapliv.
Sherwood, G.   H.,  Arrowhead.
Shields,  Geo.  1).,  Beaton
Sinclair,  Donald,  Comaplix.
Binger,  Geo.   It.,   Revelstoke.
Skilling,   John,   Arrowhead.
Specht,   Jacob,   Revelstoke.
Specht,  H.   J.,  Revelstoke.
Spring,   Ed.  A.,   Itevelstoke.
Smith,  Harry,   Comaplix.
Switzer,  B.  D.,  Arrowhead.
Tampayna,   Felice,   Revelstoke.
Tennant, Walter,  Arrowhead.
Thibault,   Job.,   Pingston   Creek
Thomas,  Alf.   G.,   Arrowhead.
Thompson,   T.B..   Arrowh,Mid.
Thompson,  Hcrt,   Arrowhead.
Thorne,   David   J.,   Camborne.
Thorne.  Edward  J. Camborne.
Tinklier,   John,   Arrowhead.
Touringney,  Hector, Beaton.
Turner,   Harry,   Arrowhead.
36   Tye,  Henry  J.,  Arrowhead.
iS    Wincent,   A.,   Arrowhead.
19   Wisceutin, tl.,  RevelBtoke.
lil    Walter,   Walter   P.,   Comaplix.
Wanl,  Joseph, Galena Bay.
Ward,  Wylie  R.,   Revelstoke.
Ware, Charles,  Arrowhead.
Watson,   R.J.,   Hevelstoke.
Watson,  Jos.  P.. Revelstoke.
West,  Oliver   J.,   Revelstoke.
Wilke,   Hulitis,   Galena   Bay.
Williamson.   J.   W.,   Arrowhead.
Winter-. Wm,  C,  Beaton.
Withrow,  Frid   M..  Goldfields.
Witter,  Andrew B.,  Beaton.
Wood,   Edward,   Comaplix
Woods,  Edgar,  Goldfields.
Zaczkowskii   Paul,   Galena   Bay.
"il    Zinch,  Winton,   Arrowhead,
ihe   following   names   are   reported
■ ..ted on the list:
I ilm,  John, Revelstoke.
I'lie  following  persons  are  reported
i-i**:
Guere,  I. uls,  t'amborne.
Lane,  All.  Wm.,   Revelstoke.
• i   Bedley,  Pingston 11 • •
Mclntyre,   Dan.,   Revelstoke.
".n.-t. a    Cbai    M .   Big   Eddy
a ■  ni.   Willi ,m  A . Comaplix.
I   Wllkll Itevelstoke.
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889
S99
910
912
927
929
930
958
9711
971
.i74
975
,i77
97S
988
L024
1028*
1032
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mu;
1057
li,5S
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11170
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1116
1130
1147
1152
1179
1182
1198
1205
1208
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[
Plllil OF PEACE RIVER
Proposed  that  Approximately
3,5(10,000 Acres of Land Ee
Acquired From That District
It      was    announced hy  Mr.  0.
Tis.lnll,      M.L.A.,   at  a   meeting
I Cavalry lurned to the ri*. ht and were
riding hack towards the redoubts. A
cheer was beard then, the heavy bri-
g. do made for them and went right
through ihem and cut their way hack
again. Thc heavy cavalry returned to
the position th.n* left and the 1st and
4th divisions took up a position In
line  in front o.' bhe Russian army.
"Th* n we caw a stiff officer riding
down from Sevastopol and halt where
Lord Lticati was standing speaking to
Lord Cardigan. This was Capt. Nolan
They had a conservation together,
which turned out that the Light Bri
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
! Ward  Two Conservative  Club  Friday Bade were to advance toward the Hus
'■ night at  Vancouver that Premier Mc- "ten  position. Capt.Nolau  got liberty
i Bride,   when  he confers  with  Premier to go with tlie brigade on account of
! Borden   this month,  will  endeavor  to h'is record fts a cavalry officer and rid
'arrange  the  purchase  by  British  Oo- cr. They were  standing in line to thc
lumbia   of   three  and a half      million right rear of bhe  1st division.     with
acres of land  in tbe  Peace River dis- tbo troop horse artillery on the right
trict,    The   land   had   originally     been <lf the  line*   ''Ord  Cardigan   gave    or-
' ci ni ve.\ ed hy Uritish Columbia to the lll'IH to thj officers in command that
Dominion for subsidy purposes.     Ex- '"* would send a stall officer with or-
pluralnry   surveys   had   demonstrated ''ers  for  the  troop  to halt when  half
lhat   the district   was very  fertile, but w»y an'd cover  the brigade   with shot
lhe Dominion government hud done
nothing Inwards its settlement. Mr.
Tisdall stated that the government
of lint ish Columbia was ready to
develop the country and on thnt nc-
count H vv,.uld be good policy to re-
purchase  the  acreage  mentioned. I
Mr. Tisdall also referred to the
fact thai the railway belt ami Indian
reserve questions would be discussed
by Premier McBrlde at Ottawa
The proposed revision of the Land
A -t at the approaching session of
the legislature was mentioned hy Mr.
and shall up to the Russian position.
He gave the order/The brigade will
advance by columns of squadrons
from tbe left,' whicli brought the
troop of horse artillery to the rear.
"It has* been often said a trumpet
sounded the charge. This is not correct, as no trumpets or bugles at this
time were allowed to bc .sounded by
orders from Lord Raglan, in case the
Russians might understand the bugle
or trumpet calls. Lord Cardigan plac
• d himself in front nf the 17th Lancers,  with  Capt.   Nolan  behind      bim.
He declared that it was th. TheV *«t «•■ at the trot. At the
tirst volley from the Russian gun*
Capt. Nolan's head was taken off,
leaving the trunk of the hody sitting
on the saddle. The second volley
killed  his horse.
"The troop of horse artillery halted half way and covered the brigade
Lord Cardigan was very particular
ahout the officers of the lending squu
droll of the 17th Lancers keeping
their 'distance from bim. He turned
round several times and called out,
'Gentlemen, keep your distance.'Shot
or shell was nothing to him; it wns
discipline.
"The noise of the shells bursting
made the horses go at a great rate,
and the troopers were not able to
keep them hack. This accounts for not
keeping the distance. When they re -
ached the Russian position they cut
down the Russian gunners and put
ropes on the guns and tried to get
away with them. At this time they
were surrounded with Russian cavalry and all the Russian guns that fired killed Russian and British. llow
tiny of them escaped at this
time was  a surprise to all.
"This was the time that Lord Cardigan gave the order for officers nnd
men 'Save yourselves and make your
way bark to the British position.'
Tbey all had to cut thjir way out,
nnd a number of the troopers got
round Lord Cardigan and cut their
way out with him and brought him
hack. Riding h;hind him thev came
I n k in hunches and formed up on
tha same position thsy left. Lord
Cardigan gave a short address, th-an-
k, n - them fur ther bravery and hop
itli Kngland would not forget, them.
Thirty troopers who lost their horses were made prisoners. Cornet Sir
George Womhwell was one. He watch:',! his chance and hiul.d a Cossack off his horse and mounted anl
was pursued by a number of Cossacks
TWl t."ik placi two hours after the
Tbev to ik his gold watch.
From the t:m' the brigade started
unt.i they all returned, what was lefl
I  think rt    that      had
watches  gaid,   15  '     -'ii  minutes would
cover tin- time.
TORONTt    ' KTKRANS.
"Char!**--   Ell neswortb,  ol Toronto.
rd  Highlanders; George
P^'iref    ' p  of   borse  ar
tillery tiwi ■ ay.  I was in
the  rani-     ' I i'.'.yal       High-
ian lei wn frnm Sebas-
• ip     • ■ • il ith Divlsioi
and   .irr.   e to   stive  all     thi*
• ■    [(om   In-lng   'le
HOB   the    I'
*
Indention of Hon. W. .1. Bowser, attorney-general, to either revise the
presenl  act or bring in a new one.
Mr. H.H. Stevens, M.I'.-elect, for
Vancouver, dealt with the employ -
tn nt .if Japanese in the fisheries of
this coast. He reiterated the statement he made some weeks ago that
80,800 Japanese bad a monopoly of
the lishing industry of British Co -
lumbia. The speaker stated that it
had been urged that salmon canncrs
could nut secure white men, and had
therefore to depend on Japanese and
that the latter bad as much right to
tish as white men because they were
Uritish subjects. Mr. Stevens said he
cared not whether or not they weie
naturalized—he did not think they
wire Uritish subjects. He declared
it was time the farce ended. It was
easy, said Mr. Stevens, for the can-
ners   In  get  white  help.
Mr. Stevens declared it was desir-
a'.le that Uritish Columbia should he
ul of Orientals and he said there
were three ways of accomplishing
this; through the immigration de -
partment; through citizenship so that
ni Oriental could become a citizen
with mt showing that he wns familiar
with conditions here, and in the third
place lishing licenses should only lie
granted on condition that white la-
bor only was employed. He was in
favor of the last method as it would
deprive the Japanese of a living
here.
Capt. Evans, R.N.R.. president of
Ward Two Conservative cluh. and
Secretary  McAlpine    delivered    short
a llresses.
SOI tl   K
Pjvelstoki   Land   D   ■
I   Ht r.i i     I Wi It  I*	
: ,ke notice thai  l.u   R   it.
•f     Revelstoke, B, C,     occupation,
'1 rk, intend to apply for permission
Lo purchase the following    d
Ian Is:
Commencing nt a  post planted    at
ii    Smith West  Corner of Lot 7818,
mil  marked   II.   It.   Reynold!      North
list.  Comer  Post,  th-ence eust.      xn
liii.ins to the South West Corner   ol
T   I., i.ii.i. thence south aboul    100
, el  to the     North     Kast. Corner ol
Lot  7(N.'i,   ih. me  along  line  ol     I."I
7013  forty     chains,      west, 40 chains
-in ith  and -'•! chains  west  to    line, ol
Lot      2112.    thence   ulong  line   of  lot
2112  40 chains north      and 20 chains
ioi th    anl  20 chnins    wost    to    the
""ith      West     Corner,   llieuce  norili
about  400 feet to the  pbue of   commencement,     containing 160     ncres,
lore or less.
Hated September 2."it.h. 1911,
li,  It, REYNOLBtl,
SAW LIGHT BRIGADE DASH
Chas. P. Wilson, a Veteran of
the Crimean War
* d  yean
•    25th,   "somebody  blunder-
m Ian*!   Hi*'
:/' I in the cbarg     I - ■  Hun-
T      this time, nobody     knows
gave   the  fateful thf
Light      Hi .- ' i inge
through  the  Russian  arm;
■ ■   .'in'
Hme ' .nek.but
my memory is still
,.*,t   _'.",♦ ti    ','      '■ ■      .*• nBtl<\
I h i-    P.    Will '. th**
in      and    Indian    mutiny  r-am
•     III     He
iu!    Black
"The  Hi-,. ,     i, ■   .. .-■,,   Brigades oi
■  boi te
lery .-,,,1,.      tbe
'*i  Higblai '"*  mi-t,    from
* •
ihat   * * ■ :  '.<m   ["urks
defend
about      half n n I..,..,
,   ,
ing  Be mtn.ind  of
-.•■nt
down by  Lor!  R
poi tir       laj       ' hi t
got. word that the Russian     m
arrived .iml was ready for m ich ■'
"Tins army was jeen by :, picket ■ '
the I2l»d Royal I In-hiatvders on Inker
m.m heights .-it daylight We had s
full view ,,f Balaclava plain below,
crossing ihe Tchnernoya rivei and
(.'lining in battle order with all their
cavalry in front, the Russians made
(nr the foui redoubts. M tins time
thi ist division, under tbe command
i.f ih«'late imi'.,. ,,[ Cambridge, and
th Ith division, uiKii * tin* nmmnnd
of the lute Sir '•'"' ' athearl, whn
wns killed nt Inkirniaii nn th" 15th
November, was ordered down frnm
Seni it.np'il tn assist. Sir Cnlin flump
bell keeping the. Russians out ol Bal
aclava. Tbey got down about !U.m.
At this  time  the Turkg   were  riinnini'
Irom the redoubts.
"Then iiiiniii 11,000 Russian cavalry
rami down nn the 93rd nnd the men
Irom other regiments,
"After receiving several cileys the
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• n*  Hnck  wbioh  «-ill     revolutionize
on,    Ap
proved nnd  highly reeomnn
lea ling   architects  neri   i,n,l :
Vancouver.   Will   realise  Mg
ends.    I , OB    'inly   re
sponsible parties need apply
,iu I Rogers, 312 Pender sti
Vancouvei.   B.C
WANTED       Bxperlsnced      Sawyers,
Swampers,     Teamsters,  Hook-men,
etc .   fnr steady   WOrl   at  I'omg    in
terlor wages.   Come at obm      v,i
,*ims River Lumber Company,  L/M ,
Chase,   B.   C t.o.
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A rei uiil* I'i'ii' ii regulatortaevet •"",* TIipm*
[iill**, ni- SSCetdlnglf pnwerful In r'P'ilntliiR it,*
Ken*! nt i vn por I Inn i.l l In* Irnmlr tfftenti K.l,,.*
nil rlirnp iniltflltin**, lir. A. Tmi'l nr* pnPI At
»»n box, nr Hirer Idi Iln. MilIM In unv aHHrriM.
Th* I, oh«n Prog Co., St. Catharine*, Ont,
Patronize
Local Industry
GET YOUR
OME
cTHAIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery.  Our
stock gf  printing papers is large
and well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVIenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
Recount Forms Ball Programs
Wedding Sttaionery Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms    Tags, Etc.
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash WEDNESDAY,  NOV.   1st,  19U
THE  MAIL-HEEALD,  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   NOV.   1st,   19U
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See special window displays.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. J4ume & Co.. J^imited
Mail or Telephone your
orders. Have our Traveller
call. Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
3l Dry Goods Department A)
Fen-Angle Cashmere Hose
For ladies—in black, absolutely
seamless, pure wool, and full size
knit. You have our word for it that
they are the best hose to be had for
the money. 50C
Friday Bargains
in the Dry Goods Department
500 yards
Cream,White and Ecru Nets
Pourit dee Esprit, etc., 75c goods, for
25c per yard
100 yds Paisley Silks, etc.
75c goods.   Friday at
25c per yard
100 yards Shepherd Checks
and other Dress Goods at
25c per yard
White Bear Coats for Baby
The cutest little coit we have yet shown
Fome are plain and others fancy trimmed,
all the way from
$1.50 to $4,50
New Cordelene Hand Bags
Lovely goods, in Suede leathers, colors,
tans, browns, greens, etc., with nice long
cord and tassel to throw over the shoulder
$3.50 Each
Fall  and  Winter   Coats
If you have not yet bought your Fall or
Winter Coat or Suit, better hui ry up and
get one. We have a good selection of
suits in Tweeds and Plain Cloths, also
coats in Tweeds, Pony Cloths, etc., at
reasonable prices.
New Lot of Ladies'Umbrellas
Some of the nicest ideas in fancy handles
we have ever shown. Some have long,
plain, dark handles, that we hnve had so
many ladies make enquiries about.
Nice, Warm Wool Underwear
The Varnetta brand for ladies; jwar-
ranted not to shrink, fashioned knit to fit;
in white or natural, lovely goods,  at per
garment
$1.25
300 White Lawn Waists
regular $1.00 to $1.50, at
Fridays Bargain 50c
White Flannelette Nightgowns
In colors and white, any size, up to the
large sizes. This is an exceptionally nice
lot of gowns; some with French neck and
short sleeves, from
$1.00 to $5.O0
House Furnishing Dept
Carpet Squares
We have just taken in stock a
lot of the famous ^chuman Axminster
Squares. Oriental and conventional
designs. Also small rugs. These
are exceptional values and very
pleasing effects.
Draperies
How about draperies for your archway and windows. We have a choice
line of heavy mercerized Madras,
Brocketelle Silk. Silk Tapestry, all
suitable for archways and over
draperies.
Tapestry Portieres in reds, greens
and mixed effects.
Heavy Reversible Velour in red,
green and old gold, as well as all
wool basket weave wrepps, suitable
for stencilling. Colors Red, Green
and Brown.
Curtain Poles and Fixtures
Window Blinds and Fixtures
Eiderdown and Lambs
Wool Comforters
These are by far the choicest
goods on the market at the price.
Choice Eiderdown Comforters,
covered with best English Sateen,
quilted and ventilated, choice bordered effects.',
Same cover with pure white carded Lambs Wool, light and warm.
Yon will do well to examine these
goods.
Wall   Papers
Now is the time to buy wall paper.
You can brighten up a dingy room
for the winter at very little cost.
All our papers are this season's
goods, and can be relied upon for
quality and good taste.
Complete Range of Linoleums
and Floor Oilaloths
The Perfect
Overcoat
HERE'S a 20th Century Brand
Coat we would like to show
you. Double-breasted with convertible collar, bench-tailored in the
new check-back cloths and attractive imported overcoatings. We are
exclusive agents for 20th Century
Brand garments.
Prices, $25 to $30
Ladies'
Dress Slippers
The new ones have just arrived, bright,
snappy, lasts with the short vamps, that
give comfort as well as style; they fit the
foot. They are the product of J. L T.
Bell, which means the best of materials
combined with expert workmanship. Notice is particularly attracted to our pump
lasts which cling to the foot with absolutely no slipping at the heel.
Black Patent Leather Pumps Medium
French   heel,   short vamp,  small bow—
Price, $4.00
BLACK PATENT LEATHER PUMP—
Cuban   heel, ankle strap,  flat silk bow,
short vamp, the dressiest of them all-
Price, $4.00
BLACK KID SLIPPERS-Four straps,
steel cut beads, Cuban heel, short vamp—
Price $4.50
BLACK   KID   PUMPS—Ankle  strap,
and heel, small bow, fits like a glove—
Price, $3.50
MATT KID PUMP-dull finish kid,
Cuban heel, beaded toe, easy and comfortable.
Price, $4.00
BLACK SATIN PUMP-Made on the
new perfect pump last, Cuban heel, satin
covered, short vamp, gold beading on toe.
The new evening slipper.
Price, $5.00
m% High Class Groceries
T
eas
It pays to push an article. It pays
to push it to some purpose. Wc arc
pushing Sunbeam Tea in bulk at
40c. and 50c. per pound. Wc waste
no energy whatever in advocating
the qualitv of the tea because people
wbo have bought it once will buy it
again. The intrinsic merit this tea
backs up the highest praise you can
give it.
Coffi
ee
Wc are always gaining golden
opinions front our customers when
wc send them a package of our famous fresh ground Mocha and Java
Coffee. The quality of this high
grade Coffee is endorsed by thousands of delighted users. Try a
pound if you have not used it before.
Fruit
runs
We arc still receiving a few shipments of fruits for preserving and
can lill your orders for primes, pears
peaches, quinces and grapes. The
season will soon be over and if you
have not put up any fruit DO IT
NOW.
Extract
Sealey's Flavoring Extracts never
fail to give perfect satisfaction. They
are unparalleled in quality, purity
and flavor and arc featured by thc
most particular customers. You
cannot make a mistake in buying
Sealey's. You get quality, quantity and price all in one.
Codfish
The dry Codfish if packed and
cured in the proper way is as fine a
change as you can wish for. We
have the finest and best cured dry
csdlish that we could procure and if
vou want conclusive proof get a
small quantity and put them to the
test.
Cups and Saucers
We are opening up a big range of
Japanese Cups and Saucers in the
newest and latest designs which we
will have on sale this week at a price
that will meet the approval of all our
customers. We can suit every one
from the Baby to (Irandpa. Don't
fail to see our display.
mn WKDNB8DAY,   NOV.   1st.   19U
the: mail-herald, rbvb lstoke
WKDNF.3DAV,   NOV.   1st,   10U
Smart Fall Millinery
Special shipment by Express ihis morning including
NEW PATTERN HATS the latest models from the
East.    Our Millinery Department is always up-to-date.
New Fall Coats
We are showing the greatest
variety of Coats ever brought
together at any one season by
us before.
Prices—$14.   $18.   $22.50   and   $25   Each
New Fall Suits
S? NDTtS
For Ladies, in Tweeds. We
are showing ihe production of
three diflerent Factories. You
may depend upon the newest
styles.
$20.00 to $25.00 Each
REID
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TAYLOR-HUNTER—B>   Uev.     C.     A
■„ ..,*. .„     >t.  Peter's    church,
Revelstoke, B. B.   Bdwln Taylor to
Jean     Elizabeth    Hunter,  both  ol j
•;• ,-elstoke.
lilt CITY IN BRIEF
The  open  Beason  fo:*  beaver   began
'   Uiy*
The  *    tai *    elect Ions  * .11   be  hei I
:•  Mond ty.  December llth.
Moving pictures at  the  Bdison tli-1
.nre tonight.
Mrs.   Henry  11.  Mc\ ity  will  nol   re
reive on Friday the 3rd Inst.
Mrs. B. A   Lawson will not receh *
. ■■*, Thursday.
Orangemen  will parade to th*-
Methodist  church on Sunday cveninj
Tin  W.C.T r. will meet  at  the re *
ot     Mis. K   W. Laing    Friday
afternoon.
K 1.  Uupont left this morning     (or
Mattawa,  Ont..  where lit'  will  reside
•*..* ithei   for thi   *t inter.
Mr. an I Mrs. H. <". Cameron,     re
tarn, I    n  Saturday from an extend
sit in   ti" east.
\  * •   3pi ng  Selsi r.  will  have    om
• be   argest itors     and
•   -•   ■*   Ils    !:   B.C.
1,* . ■ Poultry Show dati
,:  \ ancouver from Januaij ■
•th.
Mrs.   :   , .  will not reci  ■
laj    Si .-ruji-.-r  Ith,  but  will re
■   - .• ,. laj    n  I1 •'. ■
**>    Musical   Com
. '.*,  i ompany  played to a   .
- i;    beatre on  Mon
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•    t|        - Mi -. Mclntyrj
and Messrs. i
H. Hui ■    oi  ,. crate of pears.
lietlj
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so  fni
- damage r ■ j
Mr 1!" *   i
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The Imperial B 1
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t...n      to
Tbe  a  .i   of..
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CHALLENGE   BRAND   EGGS
We have just, received our winter stock of this
celebrated brand. Let us i|tiote you a price by the
case.   Every egg guaranteed.
AYRSHIRE
None better;
ROSE
not any ns pood.
BUTTER
If VI i'l
take your winter requirements we wil
give you ii price thai will satisfy.
A. HOBSON,
MAOvtNZIE   AVENUE
Look At This
We have ninety cords of good, clean, dry cedar in 14 and
Iti inch lengths. We also have cedar, (ir and hemlock
mixed,    (lol ynur orders in early for  immediate  delivery.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES  LIMITED
Hon. Frank Oliver was declared el-
,'ctc-il yesterday in Bdmonton by a
majority ol 2,228. nne poll, which
gave '.'■'• majority ovei Oliver, was
thrown nut, as the ballots had been
,,**• lentally burned. The tardiness in
the declaration was owing '" -Hw
boxes liom the far north being late
.n arriving. The rote stood, Oliver,
. * ■".  I .i..  bach,   4,832.
A grusome disco> erj  was m i '■• w ni
Creston  when a  C.P.R.  section  hun 1
while     cuttinj   wood   *
,,, u  well dressed  man  whu had
ently been ni udered   is two logs
„. a   placed on tl
,een  there   iomi   tim *   Tbe  miu -
changed     his clothing „i. I
.,* *.. i ,,n - were found in l
* .;,*.   There   ■■
*.,„i>  t,   tell  rho the v.* I m   »   -
Am, ogBt the \ Icltors to
;.,--i     week     tfen   Miss Pii i n     WI
iam        Mu     B ic.    in *    M
L.R.C P., i
who  were  I
Mrs.   E.   A.   Hag ■ ■
whu have been   w ; Ion
*',.i    i *• inti . ta ■
iow  *
pier,  New  .
ia"  which leaves   t'anc
. mt .,'.  tbt   most
.. I     .- yep in ttie history of  I
*.. ke,  ,vm ih.o
Auxiliary     to the Y.M C \   Tha
*.-   o  tbe \  M
.    tables the    ill  li     th    of
,        ea .'fully
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Moving pictures at the Edison theatre tonight.
Mrs.  Frank  Hooley  Is ill  with    an
ati li*'k  **f  pleurisy.
1 .rn .1 Deshorough, who has been the
I  of Mr.  A.  McRae for the    P isi
iw  daj s,   left   (    '■ i ! * •    "■ route  t"
ind.
The  : *: liai   n  mthly   m
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mi Bt
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(From Our own Correspondent)
Mi.  .1.  II.  Vestrup  leaves this week
■ en a  trip to the Northwest. Mr.  V«s.
imp Intends to advertise Nakusp anil
| Aiiuw  Lakes fruit  lands,  he is taking with him a fine display of choice
1Iruit.
Mr.     Geo.    .1.   Hammond who has
la  n  largely  interested  in fruit lnmls
around     Nakusp, has Bold his inter-
es s lu an  English syndicate     whom
, Mr.   Hammond   Informs  your  mires -
pondent inti'inl.-    to    put  ready made
I fruil   [arms on   tho  market ami    will
| In ag   in  n good   t'lass  of   Uritish Metiers.
Mr, .I..:,uh Clemens, an old resl-
,1. ut of Nakusp. spent a few days in
town calling on  friends
\ travelling show consisting of
vaudeville and musical acts were at
the opera house on 8nlurday ami
Monday nlghtB, we would like to
know why Nakusp cannot getagood
company to stay over here occasionally. We have a line opera house and
with plenty of advertising ahead Ihey
could be assure.I ol u bumper house.
The N'akusp Dramatic cluh are called to meel ou Wednesday evening,
and we expect they will put on a
play shortly.
All Hi.i churches were occupied on
Btmday last, Rev, A. Wilkie In the
Presbyterian, Rev. Mr. Webber in
the Methodist, Uev. Mr. Durrani, in
.-it. Mark's Bngllch church and Rev.
Father Jarcnol In the Catholic
church,
0. H. Thorpe au,I bride spent a fow
days  m town.
Where, ih where, ran N'akusp get a
dentist to come hen* occasionally, M
is now over three years since we
have had a dentist here and it. means
that people here have to go to Nelson. Vancouver, Spokane or Revelstoke.
F. W. Jordan spent Thanksgiving
day on his ranch at  Edgewood.
Mr, Thos. Davidson, who bas been
acting station agent during Mr. L.
J. Edwards' vacation, left, for Slocan
Junction where he has securi-d a
steady position, Mr. Davidson made
many Irlends while here, and he will
he very much missed especially by
the  Station stall.
Little Miss Virginia Alibi.' entertained a few of her little friends nt a
birthday and Hallow'een party on
Tuesday afternoon.
W. .1. Williams' new bouse is rapid
ly nearing completion and he expects
lo  move in shortly.
Mr. Ferguson and daughter, of Van
Houton Creek, spent a few days in
town tlie _"UMsts ol Dr. and Mrs.
Mossman.
Miss   Mitchell   .-pint   the   week     end
friendd  in  Slooan.       Mrs.
Uli ial. nnitig     also visiti 1 her slater,
Mis.   St.,hs at   Kosi-berry.
C!. S. I'aistaiis has renteii.Mi. W.
Carruthers residence on American
Hill ami will be at home the lsi und
li I    - .i: laj   of  every   month.
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H10WS*   DRUGS  STORE
FLOWEK    BULBS   UirtC
from HOLLAND
w. .    * ■
,*. *  ||   ,* mh .    Ioi
■ a Tulips, pi *
*    do
-m :. li.*.:    Iil»,
•■„• .      hit<  N i, •
Batter end I |    l»al
diln.
Kfflpn -   Sari esisl
l-rc-t"*.!.!.
i im ut, Snowdrops, etc.
I.llilliil Ci'iilnliilli -' I"'  -''•
All choice first quality Hull'
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I    Fresh   H1ADA   *'.*   -MOKE
CHOCOLATES
NEW   BOOKS
"Lib   I ■ "'..' ' '"'
Marie i orelli   .-.
1 Mnl    Midi
    Ban Mi ' nl In ••'     '"-'
"M.    ' irre     « Idi ki n .
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Now THERMOS BOTTLES
rim- -.'. !S '"
l.umh   Kit     *
129 COUGH CURE, 50c
KEXALL REMEDIB8 fol   .11 oil
tn.-ni'*    full>   i -i.it.ml■ i • I
THK REXATJ. DRUG STORE
the H    i'-. at tb
■atre.
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■ a theatre.
G. P. R. TIMETABLE
WBBTBOI
No. 3 arrives al       i ives at
• m.
No    I    irr  .1-      ,-'*,'   i ■■*-*•'
p.m.
,*  ...    i *,,*,       i    ei      st
:ii,  p.m.
BASTBOUND.
So I I, BeftttU tin,a, arriVMS at
7 la  a.m.,  leaves  7:36 a.m.
No, 2 arrives at. ll 40 a m., I« iVM
al   12 o'oloek   noon.
No i arrived at 12 16 n m.. toavei
at 12 66 a.m.
Bouth train i'*»ve* rtnveUtokl at
7,.ir, a.m.. arriving back al i IB p.m.,
commcMdk b-srs wlM) No '••
Card ol Thanks
■*   \ liary   to  tbe  Y.M.
'' A    wish  * ; i  ; heii   i hanks to
liberal     with
<>  • who assisted
;ii   :   Thanks -
nccesE It was.
fire Alarm Boxes
*    thus:     2   *j**r ties,
•   itrokes,      Iiui
'    * i   a-.11 also be   ebown
n   in Ucatoi   ut Fire   Hall.
PIRB BRIQ kDB no* two.
lb,i   N       L*|    'orner     First    street
jid    McKenzie    avenue, C. H.  Hums
& Co.
Box   No    I,',—Corner  First      street
avenue,  pout  officii.
.,iner  Bseon
tm)   lovernmsnt  Road and      uiiera
least.
'orner  Tbirl       Iter*I
a I   i'ampbell   avenue,   Ulolie     I,urn
.any.
Boi *    ■   1  R.  »'»-'
t Corner I
nd McK n/..e svenuit,
bur eh.
rner   Sutb    tutet
nil Urton avenue,  W.   '<    I     te
Hot   No.   id—Corner  Fourth
■vnley  street,     corner       > . , b
rack
Bon  No.  ii -Corner  Second    itrert
nd  Robson avenue,  Mrs. Baker
Boi  N ,.  ,14—Fire  Hall  No.  2.
iioi   Ni      :.    HospiUl.
Box No.  36 -School
KIHK BRIOADH NO   ONH
Hon  No    It  -Fire Hall  No.   1.
Boi     No    I.'i—Front Htrn-flt      went.
ear (',.  P,  It.   bridge.
Boi     No      tf.    I oru.-.i     King      and
lunulas streets,  f'alane Meat Market
Box   No.   47    Corner   Second       nnd
Vnles  streetn.   buck   of  court,  house..
Box   No.    W   Corner    Third      t.ni
imn. streets, Oowan block,
si-tf-nni  f..r  practice not less than
lx  (f.) slow strokes.
One (1)  Indicates line tirokin      or
re out.
r
ice to Contractors
ARROWHEAD LOCK-UP
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Ten-
dor for Lock-up, Coui't-iooiii, an I
Constable's Quarters at Arrowhead,"
will be rei'i-ived up l.o 12 o'clock noon
of Wednesday, lbe 15th day of
November, 1911, for the erection anl
completion of a Lock-up, Court room
an.l Constable's Quarter-; at Arrow
bead, in tiie Revelstoke Blectorul
1 listrict,  B.C.
Plans, specifications, contract and
lorms of tender may be Been on and
after the 2iith day of October, 1911,
nt llie otlices of the Constable in
charge, Arrowhead, the Government
Agent, Revelstoke; and the Department of I'ublic Works, Parliament
Uulldings,  Victoria.
Bach proposal must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque or
certificate of deposit on a chartered
. ank of Canada, made payable to
, he Honourable the Minister of Public Works, 'for the sum of Pol), which
shall be Forfeited if thc party tendering decline to enter into contract
when called upon to do so, or if he
..ul to complete thc work contracted
(or. The cheques or certificates ol
deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
i e returned to them upon the excut-
ii n   of  the  contract.
Tenders will not bc considered un-
ossHnade out on the forms supplied,
signed with the actual signature of
tlie tenderer, and enclosed in the cn-
■ elopes furnished.
Thc  lowest  or  any  tender  not nee
■is.ieiiy accepted.
.1.  !•:. GRIFFITH,
Public  Works Engineer.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria,   B.C.,   iietober  24th,   1911
We have opened a niee
lot of our usual quality of
hosiery for ladies and
children for the Fall and
Winter. We have had a
complete clean up of our
last season's slock and
can offer you a fresh lot,
bought in the cheapest
, market, from the very
P hest makers and marked
at very reasonable prices.
Every pair guaranteed
pure wool.
PORT MANN—The Canadian Northern Pacilic Railway Terminal and
Port.   Townsite      on  sale  within    CO
l iy: . Surveyors now completing. The
highest priced lots th-crc will be those
adjoining our small subdivision. Only
"ai lots     left.   Prices  trom $1500 up.
I'bcy are 300 yards [rom the water.
look into these immediately ii you
want to make big money quickly.
Write for maps, etc., to the Selwyn
Investment Company, Limited, 311
Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver,
B,  C. t.c.
Gloves and Mitts
You will want something warm for the kiddies' hands
for school—and something that will wear well. We have
iusl what you want in all sixes and colors.
rJ7VIcLennan CBb Co.
coal:
coal:
WELLINGTON COAL $11
PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE      $16
Brands thnt ate famous for their superior burning
und heating qualities. They need no r^cntutiienil-
ation tf those who have tr»ed them. [<eave your
orders now before the snow comes aud  avoid tlio
rush.
PHONE 60
S.G. ROBBINS,   - FIRST STREET
FOR SALE
EIGHT-ROOM ED
HOUSE
Half a Block East of McKenzie
Avenue
I'm  Terms ami Particulars apply
D.    R.   McKENZlE
REVBLSTOKE
Wood for Sale
First class wood, any desired length and in any quantity can be hatl by leaving
an order at S. McMahon's
blacksmith shop.
Phone No. 87
DAN MclNTOSH
News About Moose Jaw
THE HUB OF SASKATCHEWAN
We have just received word that, half a block in the centre of
Windsor Park, our Subdivision in Moose -law, has been reserved by the
Government for a school site. This not. only increases the value of our
property, but also demonstrates that it is situated in the centre of the
growing residential district. Windsor Park is only one mile from Main
Street and 15 minutes walk from Post Ofliee and only two blocks from
the street car line. We can safely say this property will double in value
in a short time as Moose Jaw is rapidly forging to a front place among
the larger cities of the west. Here are a few facts. Ask for our booklet of Moose -law published by the Board of Trade.
M003e JaW has over 17 large factories.
MoOSe JaW has over 26 Wholesale Houses.
MoOSd JaW has ll lines of railway either running or being built.
W00Se JaW has 17,000 population.   In 1906 only 0,250.
MoOSe JaW has an assessment of over §27,000,000.
MoOSe JaW is a profitable place to invest your money.
WINDSOR PARK
The Best Buy in Moose Jaw To-day
$100 to $200 a Lot
Terms:   One Quarter or One-Fifth   Down; Balance over 18 Months
J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
E. G. Foley, Manager
Mackenzie Avenue

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