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REVELSTOKE. B. C. NOVEMBER 1, J913
$2.50 Per Year
CITY t&UNCIL
SPlC'AL MEETING
Extension of Time Allowed for Payment of
Rates.—What Taking Advantage of the
Rebate Means.—Call for the Auditor's Report.   The Court House Yard Building.
Alderman H. F. MeKinnon was voted to the chair :u ti speeial meeting of
the city couneil held on Wednesday!
night, when there were al-o present,
Aid. H.J. McSorley, W. H. Horobin,1
.•uul F.H. Bourne, with the acting city
clerk, W. Gordon.
Aid. M Kinnon—This special iiu-ct -
ing uf the city council lms beeu oou-i
vened for the purpose of considering tin
extension ot thc time for allowing discount on taxes and other matters that
may be deemed expedient. The drat
thing we* will take up is lhe mattei* of
jen extension ol time forthe payment
of taxes and allowance oi discount.
Aid. Howson Bpoke to tne about thia
some lime ago audi have talked it
over with several of the business pe e.
pie. Some of them have already puul
iheir taxoa and thought ihe proposal
to extend the time hardly fair—people
might have borrowed money In order
to pay their taxes within the time tirst
spe ified, and they might think it bard
ly fair to extend the time' for dis -
count now. I maintained it wa- to
the interests ee! the city to get in all
the money we could, and tbat If an extension eei time woul I increase the amount ief money that would becollccted
we should be justified, perfectly justifl-
••et, in doing so.
Aid. Horobin—I notice that few of
the merchants have paid up to the
present, as a rule business people do
not paj until the very last day, when
they get the rebate. Personally, I
think it would !>■• a great help to the
mi orlty of rat.*payei*s it they eould
have thc tune extended for a little
whil" My i lea when 1 spoke to Aid.
H .* ahout this was to extend the
time during which the' rebate on rates
pa I would be allowed to the end of
the year, bill 1 tin 1 that would con-
lli t somewhat with the City Clerk's
duties and Impose ., hardship upon the
statf. I think it the period wn< ex-
tended for thirty days it would give
ni'*i hanta and others, the merchants
especially, ahetter opportunity <>i
in.-. ■ t i ii _: t li. 11 obligations, for] believe
ihat November Ith will bo the biggest
pay day [rom the double tracking tbat
w.    hall have the benefit ol ihis yenr,
\ 1.1. McSorley—November  Ith? .
Al I. ll bin   Ve-.
Aid. McSorley—1 thought it would
le   ,.ti Novembei  20th!
\ i Horobin—1 mean from (llacior
and that way. Nov, Iih will be the
lii-i full pay day since the commencement e,f operations there, and no doubt
we in Revelstoko -hull get n certain am
oust of benefit from it.
\i I, MeKinnon—Whal i the opinion
about tjds?
\  i   i*. * .■ ne     1 understand they are
granting     extensions  in other  tewn-. '
whi.h have been up against conditions
as we have   been hen*, bm at  the lame
time we musl  remember ihere   might !
be pome question about it seeininu un  i
fail to tho .   who have already     pai.I
th- '   i;ui'-     Some*   people  may    have
mortgaged all  they own to \,.,\    i
taxes and bqvs gone lo a i d deal of
hardship in order to pay them, and if
iie \ find iimi the time i extonde I
they maj say "whal kind ol an out-
lit i-ihi- '' Personally 1 am strongly
in door of it no fm a- I am concerned myself.
Aid. McSorley—I think if it is going
to be the means of getting tn more iax
li ei i going to Lead lo more taxes
being paid, ii would be s very goo.1
thine io adopt thi- suggestion to extend the time. What period do you
propose to extend ii to, one month?
Ahl. Horobin "les. one month, Bo
thm it imposes no hardship on the
i fflciais,   To extend ii  to the end    of
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the yenr would bc to run the matter
into next year.
Aid. MsSorley—1 am in favor of extending the period for a month.
A lii. liourn.—Deoember 16, the ne\t
pay day, would be too long'.'
Aid. Horobin—I am afraid it would
throw too much work on the city staff.
I think an extension ed thirty days
would be  best.
Aid. MeKinnon—Personally I think
ii might be well if we were to do fike
ihey have done in other cities where
they have extended the time, there are
rot very many of them. Calgary extended the period for twenty daysl
Thai is about the period to figure on.
Merchants will have to pay tho same
as anyone el<c The merchants are in
a minority, and 1 think if the time was
extended to cover the railway payday
that is the C.P.It. pay day, yon would
lie benefiting the merchants to a certain extent and at the same time benefitting ih,. general public and not giving ilie citizens win. lune not paid
their taxes any grenl advantage over
those who tune' paid iheir taxes. That
is in.-,1! my own Idea. There is th.' late
ness of the time this has been taken up
to remember, and the lateness of tho
time when the period will be extended.
There' are only two days left in Which
to announce the extension of time, we
shall  nol   have an is^in* oi   llle paper in
ihe tneantimo, and ii  doe-; not     seem
hardly a correct llling; but whatever
you wish ,lo do I  will abide by.
ai I.     Horobin—II  is    unfortunate
there was no n iiiiLr of    the couneil
la-et Friday, otherwise this matter
Would have been brought up then Gas
ii  Was intended to be.
Aid. Bourni—There was no quorum
on the date of the last  mooting,
A Id. Horobin—How much of the rate
has  been  puiil.   approximately'.'
The Aeting City Clerk—Quite ,., lot
of taxes have* been paid, but not
many from mer. bam-.
Aid, Bourne—Those who have paid,
are those who    an   *. 11    iford  to pay.
The A.iing City Olerk—I have hal
several people n-ses-i'il in respect of
more than one lol who have paid on
one to get advantage of the discount,
inn stated ihai they eould not pay
ai ome on  others.
Aid. McSorley—] lo not think, that
it haa anything to do With ll who has
paid or nol. I think if it i-' going to
benefit the city regarding getting io
taxes ami oiler an inducement to people lo come and pay their taxe*-. wo
had better extend tin* period for allow
ing discount een taxes paid. As soon
nB people* know ihey are over iln* Ume
when dis. (huh i- allowed they will let
their rates stand over indefinitely. It
is to thee city's advantage to get the
tnxesin, and to tbe ratepayer- benefit
nl 10.
Aid, Bourne—Very few people realise
wh.u   the percentage really means.   If
nite- ale n.it paid wiihin th'1 time allien.* i qoi , inly do vou lose t be rebate,
which is about -ix inula ball percent,
bui on arrears eight percent commence
es t'e pile up .ni yon in addition, .-u
that If you el ites go nn for a yeai.
a- people do mce the rebate perio I i
over, It i* 14 .nnl a half percent, which
a man cannot ."..nl to lose if be real
iscs whal be is up against*. People do
nol -ieep to ihink what they are losing
if ii wns pointed out to them they
would nol  do it.
Aid. MeKinnon—Wil! -ome one make
.i me.ie.I, .ui tin- subject.
Aid, Horobin—I think thirty days
lie.  best  period  Ior  the extension.
aii. MeKinnon—A ihing 1 look nt
i- this; we are all bit Iness men herein
one eapacit] oi another, and it might
I. ok to "Hi a if we were making the
period i".>i the advantage of businessmen by extendinj it to the end of next
month    tl we n o*    the extension to
the 20th of the month it may be taken a     llloe.   I..   I I'.    lee nefll  of   W.l
ii- Personally il mnhes no difference
whi'h p.*i mil li Bled, I Would like*
die perioil extended as ] really think
an extension would bi an Incentive to
wake | ci   up an ! . i  ih'-m io real-
Ire whal thej  are losing by not  taking
advantage ol the rehati. whioh I   | ■• u
tlcnlly  I." pei  cent  ihey ar» losing
Ahl.  Bourni    Di   yon  ihink     mnny
people will take advantage of lbs
extension  of  time''
The Acting City Clerk—One can never tell.
Aid. Bourne—I ihink if something ap
peared in the paper showing people
what they really lose it would help.
Aid. Horobin—In some cases il
would amount to 23 percent with ar -
lturs interest on iniprovemeuts taxes,
in others it would not be anything
like so much, bin it would save eight
percent anyway.
The Acting City Clerk—1 should
think 12 percent is about the average
that would be saved.
Aid. MeKinnon—Tlie discount uvor -
uges on the whole thing six and a
quarter percent. On the whole mn*
oun! of rate loviod ii i-e about that on
a general basi**.
.Aid. Horobin—About 13 percent on
the average including all charges.
Aid. Bourne—You lose six percent ii
you do not pay within the period al -
lowod and then \ ■■■ have oight percent
lo pay alterwards.
Aid. Horobin—I move that the City
Clerk be authorised by this couneil to
extend ilia daif for thc 1913 tax rebate until  Nov.  30th
ll having been pointed out that Nov
30 would fall on Sunday, Aid. Horobin altered his moi ion to extend the
period during which rebate would be
allowed on l-'l.'i rates paid to December 1, whieh was carried unanimously.
Aid. Horobin—I hope that the press
will call the attention of ratepayers to
th*.' fad that ii rates arc paid Within
(his period ihey will save about     L3
percent on an average and In some C[,s
es as much as 2'.\ percent.
Aid.  Bourne—]  think  if people   ju-t
realised what they are losing and what
they are up against a loi of money will
come  in   whieh will   be   go id for   them
and for the eity also.
THR AUDIT.
Aid. McSorley—Have you any information  about  lhe  auditor's  report.'
The Aeting City Clerk— l have had
no reply to my letter.
Aid. Horobin—Has there been no reply  about  that?
The Acting City Olerk— I wrote* and
told the auditor that everything would
In* in rea, lines- by Oct. illi. lull I have
nol  heard from him.
Aid. H .robin—There are certain mat
iers of importance whieh have to be
taken up before the council retires.
Did  yoll  get a  reply  at  all?
The Acting City Clerk—1 have never
loceived any reply.
Aid. MsKinnon—Some time ago I
was infoimed that the auditors report
would he published by Sept. 30th, but
it hn-not been published, and it is the
en I ol 0 dober now.
Ahl. McSorley—We can hardly get it
uniii hed when we.have not trot it;
ami we cannot seem to geu it from the
auditor.
All. MeKinnon—1 ihink ii would be
a good Idea to write to the auditor
and outline' whal we understand.
The Acting City  Clerk—No motion
i-   n.* essary a< the audit  is due.
Aid. Bourm—If the audit is ,, month
behind we should certainly find out
why.
li wa thereupon resolved "thai ihis
meeting i- unanimou-ly in favor ol the
■oi Iiim* doing his quartorly audit at
once, .ind at the same lime giving the
council the report for publication which
It was agreed Bhould be furnished."
Aid. llourne—The auditor should
give out the report for publication him
self.
The  Acting   Cily  Clerk—He  suggest
ed the  end  ",'   Sept ember a    the  most
suitable iim.* when »*.* wrote bofon
COURT HOUSE  YARD.
Aid. Horobin—Al the time of the
holding ofthe asnly.es iu the new court
In. • the* ian I jury wenl on record as
being oppo '*il lo the presence o' an
unsightly building In th • com I j ard
■ here, I - this < oui. il going to take
anv a dion in ihat matter.
Aid. 11..nine—I heard it was to bc
taken down in tin    prln .
Aid. Horobin—If they use it until
spring it will -iay there for good. A
landscape gardener i- coming out on
the instructions of the government, I
understand to lay oul the grounds
there. It certainly is a shame to have
such „ magnificent building marred by
il i." lion close to it of an old shed.
Aid. Bourni—I think if it is to be
tak *n down iu spring thai is sufficient,
Aid.   Horobin—I   think      the  council
-hould supporl the resolution ol tbe
grand |ury.
All. Bourni—Wc -hould wait until a
regulai  meeting,
Aid, Horobin—The soonei it Irf done
the better.
\id. Bourne -Anyone who look*< ni
the building will see ii Is a -hame and
1 lbin' iluy will tnke the shed away
foi their own snkes.
Ahl. Horobin—One  would  think so.   !
The    mntter dropped  on  th■■  under
standing  that it would be mentioned
at  the next regular meeting.
This concluded   the  business  of public interest.
According to information gathered
by the Commission on Conservation.
Canada's fire loss per capita in higher
ihan that of any other country for
which records are available. The United States is not a bod second. The
North American continent, as a whole
has au unenviable pre-eminence over
Europe in this respect. Even Italy,
which has the greatest loss of any ot
the old World countries, haslesa. than
one-third of Canada's rate to her deliit
CANADIAN PEACE
CENTENARY ADDRESS
An Eloquent Oration By the Organizing
Secretary. A Representative Revelstoke
Meeting Decides Upon Local Celebration.—
Nominative Committee Appointed.
. I. W. FOSTER
Conservative Candidate forthe
Islands District
In response to urgent invitations
from the Conservative associations of
lh" district and the earnest solicitation of many personal friends, Mr. W.
W. Foster, Deputy Minister of Publie.
Works, has agreed lo* the submission
of his nume us Conservative candidate
at the loining convention of the Islands electoral district.
Mr. Foster gave a favorable reply to
the several delegations whieh wailed
upon him after he had received assurances from them that he was the unanimous choice of the overwhelming majority of the Conservatives of this district.
This' step, which involves his immediate retirement trom the executive
ollice he now holds, was only tak< n after a most serious consideration ofthe
matter and with a firm conviction that
by allowing his name  to be presented
he  could   advance  the      welfare  of   the
aarly in this district.
**l feel greatly honored by the invita
tion which has lieen extended to me,"
said Mr. Foster, yesterday. "The invitation was entirely unsought and
wholly unexpected, and the endor-e-
nn'iit of my name by men of influence
and standing in the several districts
thai go to makeup this scattered div-
; i.in is n.ei only a warm personal com
pllment to in.* but ii shaows a unanim
lty of purpose that augurs we'll lor the
Buccess ief the Conservative cause in
the islands.
To be chosen as candidate for ., dis-
trict ihai has been represented by such
distinguished members as Lieut.-Gov ■
ernor Paterson and Mr. Justice Mc-
Phillips Is of Itself a high honor, but
I prize even higher the winning of the
approval of s.> many representative
men of the division.
"It is r'o •ri.ial matter to Revere my
relations with a department which 1
have -'erve I for three years and with
labor that have engrossed my whole
Interest. My relations with tho ministers and subordinate officials are of a
most Cordial nature, and it will be
with no small pangs of regref that 1
shall leave a work In whi'h [ have been
Vitally  interest.••!.
"1 shall not feel a stranger to the i-1-
l.-iiid district for mv work during the
last three years has brought me Into
the close-t touch with the needs of the
islands, .md the construction of good
road-, which I believe i- the vital need
ofa growing agricultural district, has
been carried on under my personnl su-
per\ i ion."
MR. E, II. vSCAMMMLI.
.Organizing Sec. Canadian   Peace  Centenary Association, whoaddressed
Meeting at Kevelstoke on
Thursday last.
Successful Whist Drive
line of  lhe  ino  i     uo .—fill  all.I  lal ge
Ij attended whist drives ofthe eason
wai held in St. French Hall on Thurs
'day evening, undor tho ausplcei of St.
Pram is club.
(.anies wer.* called slu.it ly after the
appointed hour and continued until
10:30, when dainty refreshments were
served by -ix young ladie- dressed as
ghosts.    The   tables   w.'i'e*   lighted   with
candles, and ornamented with Hallow
ecu  d 'Vi.-e .
Orr's orchestra rendered a pleasing
program during the Luncheon bom* and
also lor ih" dance which followed.
While the Poor wns being cleared for
dancing) the prizes were distributed.
Mi-i. Ij. Mytes was awarded ladiei 1st
prize, wiih Miss I'l. Morgan as second;
Mr. w. Kennii of Vancouver, raptured the gentleman's tizst. while our
popular townsman lt, Bquarobriggs,
came in for second.
Much amusement was created by the
consolation prizes.    Mrs.  G.  Brock win
nine a toy telephone (filled with oho-
rotates), with the Inscription "Call
me up tome rainy nfleinoon': nnd
Mi. CW. Sipi/py curried, or rather
led, away a small wooley dog, which
followed him dociley.
Dancing continued until 1:30, and
i here was generally rcg.-et when tho
home waltz was played.
, Mr. E.H. Se-ammell. organising - ere
tary of the '.'anadian Peace Centenary
Association, addressed a representative meeting in the City Hall on Thurs
nay evening, and it wa- unanimously
decided by those present ihat Bteps
shoul I be taken to ensure' a ceh-braion
ofthe centenary at Revelstoke worthy
the occasion-
Aid. M-Kinnon presided over the
meeting, which was called at very
short notice, and those present included Ale!. H.J. McSorley, Aid. Horobin,
the Rev. .1. W. Stevenson, the Rev.
Father McKenzie, Dr. McLean, Mrs.
Kennedy, Misses Eaton, Bruce, Robinson, Currie, Messrs. MoRae, Qibson,
Macdonald, Haddon, Gordon, Colpitts,
J. Gordon, W.A. Cordon, Atkins, MeVity, CB. Hume, Thompson and mauy
others who arrived after the proceeding.-  had been commenced.
Aid. M Kinnon explained that the
meeting bad been called to give Mr.
Scammell, organising seccetary of the
Canadian Peace Centenary Association
of Ottawa, an opportunity of outlining
to intere ted '    in  Re •• Istoke
plun-for a celebrat on in connection
with this object.
Mr. Scami     . who was cordially received on rising to -peak,-aid he fell
very  gratified at   so large a  turn    out
ut so shon   notice    Unfortunately  the
letter     which i.e* wrote io the M  *
whicli woul I havi   e-ive-n ample notice
oi  ih • meeting, had failed in it-   ob -
Ject   owing to  the absence of the mayor  from town.   He  would  explain    te>
those presenl  wh.u  I.i-  minion   was,
ami fell quite certain it  would appeal
to themChri tmaa eve,  1914, would be
the conclusion of 100 vim-' lince     the
signing of    thc    treaty ol Ghent by
«i.i h  the unfortuti ite  wai       1812 bi
tween the     rnit.-.i  ,-*t  *.     ,T1 .   Gi
Britain  wn    broiit hi to a * loi .   T* at
treaty     wn   the   means ol   oa I tdinj
t bat   war, and  il had  been  lell * |
large number ..f i" opie ii   Gn al  I
ain.   Canada   aid   tl •*      t'niteil State
* imi th      centi mn v   ..f     thai    evenl
hould be celebrate : in all three   .
tries,    Some   four     ■   i move
ment in ih i* .in* tion we started .•.
New York and a committei wa Formed in that city in order to arrange for
the c'Icleiat...i of 100 yean peace be-
■ ween I he English pi Ing
That w i fo'i.a*,, ,i ome tt.. 'er three
years ago by the formation ofa rom-
mittee In London un li i tie* Pri
of Karl Grey. A yenr ago ln-t Janu-
i, meeting was lo-l.l m Ottawa in
or'l *r io *i iiigui ne a Canadian Com*
hi; *■ and It wa - us the represents -
iiv. ol thi * onimit'. ■• iii'i' formed that
hi u.e    ui   Revel toke thai  day.   Last
Mav a Ol fi mim . wn- hell in New-
York between representatives ol the
three.' committee . nt which several
plan wen rli • ■ •<]- The recommendations of the delegate to 'h"ir re-
-'i.eiiive committee* composed four
main point i The erection of monument . .'. thanksgiving services in the
churches; 3, educational propaganda in
the schools and universities; 4. publi.
festivities inn number ol centres. It
was    decided     that three monuments
i* . the
found to bi   lai I  by      the*
K ng:  oni in Wasl ngton, tbi  foundation stone i*  i"   lai I by  the Pi      lent
.a' the Uniti    States   an ! one in uita-
wa.the fo • to be laid by
the Governor-General ol *    tada Tl
the American Canadian del gates came
• ■;•• her  iparl from *>::•* rest aud dee-ii-
ed  tieat  s "ie thing     more     sheiiild be
done in the l anel  iie* -
: to 'recommend othei suitable sites for thi ents   al -
ong iie* i.nterii ■    ....   ...   and   tvhere
■ articular I ghways .;,*• rsecti d    a
th" bo ii dai:•.   It t rted   ihat
arches should ' *:it.-
wheri i . bwaya from -a*, ouver
to l.o- Angeles and from yen' to
Miara the international boun
dary and that shafts should bt placed
at o'le i points. Hi hoped It woul i
be possible to have other monument?
erecti tres of < el deration
. but
that would depend ery .*■ ly upon
the amount  of money which would bi
.- .. •
the celebrations w is te. b lianksgiv -
ing iiii was
decid-d  that  a   Sunday  sho J t  be  Bet
■ for
the conclusion of  1"" yi       !■   ■•     between  the two tb
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that   they   e"ie-
Mmi rhtj      God foi   tl     .     -m."
b di i  it.   Hi   was  gla.!
y thai all the i bin 1"     .i Christ-
••  nation
al     thanks I
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 1, 1913*
Qews &rug %Store
j^feiv Goods to handthes week
....    Pi : i: i, i ■ .. ' . "5c  and $1.00
Felt Cushion Cox
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addressed to the lined      "Tender for
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.   1.00 p.m.,
l*  17, 1913,     for
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Talks on Creston Fruit Lands
and This Season's Big
Shipments.
Service Poems
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Rollin
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private Christmas Ca rds
. \ uir orders now to en    re i ery)
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Cough*.;  Cured With 129 Cough Remedy
Hallow Een Goods
I'.'i ■' i is,   W itcli      Bl u*;-
Cal and Cre;
Crepe Decorative Paper
Quality Comes Firsl at
£ews &rug & £ook J'tore
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DULL TIMES
There are no dull times in our Grocery Department, where business is better than ever. We
have just received a shipment of McLarens' celebrated Jelly Powders in all flavors, a nice glass
Nappie given free with each 25c worth, while
they last; also Peanut Butter, Canada Cream
Cheese, Imperial Cheese, Knglish Stilton Cheese,
Queen Olives in Gallon Crocks and Bottles.
Have you tried our Wiltshire Bacon ? If not, you
are missing something good. Everybody's eating
it.
Special value in Tea and Coffee, •". lbs.  for $1.00.
Our Electric Coffee Mill is making lots of friends
grinding out Monarch Blend and .lava Colfee at
50c. per lb.
Lei us quote you mi Apples, Potatoes and Vcge-
tables   lot*  tlio   winter.   Choice  Stock.    Prices
Kight.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
p.. c  i'i-:
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S. G. ROBBINS
Real Estate
And Insurance  Agent
ETHBRIDQE
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OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
nnounce thnl   the\   havi    opened up  offices nl the
:   Stri el lit Avenne  le.i   the   pui
ol handling real estate, timber, etc.    It will   pay   xau  to
ind (jet pai I et  iu  on  ground   llee.n   pi iei ■..
We also make b property.
A. Mt I
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T. Kilpatrick,
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P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/Itt&ayf the   'Best
"Shamrock" Butter
P. BURNS & GO., limited
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All Merits (j it Inspected.
Revolstoke Meat Market Ltd.
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\ SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1913
THE    MAIL-HERALD    REVELSTOKE
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office- Toronto, Ontario.
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Capital Authorized - 10,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up      - 6,952,000.00
Reservel and Undivided Profits      8,100,000.00
TO FIGHT
FOREST
FIRES
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,  received,  and  interest  allowed at
current rate from date of deposit:.    Correspondence solicited,
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,7C0,0C0
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT....]
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUCCJ
BANK MONEY ORDERS J
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
Children's Fall and Winter Coats
A Shipment of" these Coats to hand.
A nice range of Styles and sizes to choose
from :: :: - "
Look!!    Prices Cut!!
No. 2-2x4   2x6    $13
No.    I   2x8    $19
No.    1   2x10   2x12    $20
Wi are overstocked in No. - nud No. I Cedar
dimension and offer above prices as long as
material lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
SAILING EVERY SATURDAY FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S. S. laurentic (15.CC0 Tons)     New S. S. Megantic
First Class -$92.60. Second-*'53.75 Third-32.50
S. S. Teutonic
582 foot lon£
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S. Canada
511 feet lonjr
Only One Class Cabin (11  $50.00 and Up.
and Third Class $31.25 and Up. Carried.
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
S. S. Laurentic Nov. 22.     S. S. Canada Nov. 29.     S. S. Megantic
Dec. 6.    S. S. Teutonic, Dec. 13
For Sailings. Illustrated Booklets, Etc. apply to
COMPANY'S OFFICES, 619 Second Ave.. Seattle
Ki.vii.siieki   General Aohncihi    C. P. U. Ticket Ackkt, Rkvhi.stok*
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
Hnl there arc still a few people who ilon't
know what a safe combination Bell's Bread
aud   New Zealand Butter make	
G. W. BELL
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phono No. '23
LET   US   DESIGN   YOUR   STATIONERY
TbaaUltuuf a Imilni    i  u,., „,„..        Wnilh Print
nflMtad In IU   tutlunetj   n I'ee Mini^norain        |,     , ,,„.„„ .„ ,,„( ,„lr i,.,i,i,,  ton
leelinie.   ( tl.'  I >••.»(    I lull'*   (Olllg      Wl *    ' I'lll II   nf  |l»|ivl    ,imI
ul»,e ).i iillee- lilnh.' i 'iiinllli   el  IU       Iloclrlo Pro.,       tjipt we nl.i ■ •i.iiul,!;   enl -in. i;
IowmI prloa    i  timi BtM of dtiigti and rapid riallrtf)
Details of Local Worth—Splendid
Progress Made
The advent of ruin and the unsettled
climatic oonditinna, which, during the
pust few days, have become general
throughout tho province, are' delaying
the permanent construction worl. undertaken by the Forest Branch eif the
Department of Lands 'dining the past
summer.
The program laid down by the Chief
Forester und approved by Hon. William R. Ru-s Minister of Lands, wu-
aa elaborate one, and was projected
with the object ni affording adequate
lire prote.tion to the Crown timber
lands of the Provinoe. Soon after t'he
establishment o£ the Forest Branch it
was apparent thut the lae'k of transport facilities und means of communication between lhe various units of the
lire-flghtlng force was proving a serious hindrance tei the development of a '
working policy of forest   preservation. .
Owing to the recent passage of the
Pores! Art, it wus not deemed advisable during 1912 to Inauguiate- any
radical change in (he scheme of ttii--
protection then in force, but early
in the present year work was begun
along three different lines in an efforl
to secure us complete a system of fot
esl tire protection as the exigencies of
the geographical location of the province would allow. These several activities were: The construction of
roads'and trails, the building of ;, -y
stem of inter-communieating telephone
lines, und the erectlo i of a numbi r of
rangers' cottages. The substantial
progress that hus been maele alone
these linos is indicated in the report
submitted to the Minister o{ I.und-.
by   llie.   Chief      Fin.' ler,   showing   the
permanent  wmk  that   hns lieen compli ti 1 during the summer and the amount under construe lion   et the p
time.
"Pew  forest   regions  under administration uiv provided with such compar
atively  meagre means.' of  transportation, communication  and  Bhelter     as
the greuter part  of British Colui
Bald ili ■ Ohief Fee.' i.m.   "Tracts     as
large i-  the whole of some of thc Mali
time  I'ro'. laces     . nntain    but a   few
rough trails, an I are still without set
tli ment.   Ve t it is  In  ihese  very  i>\
ions ik it lhe umber i ■ often the m
valuable,  nn I   ibe  danger of Bri
by   lightning,      trappers, pro pectors,
an i hunters  the greatest. '
With regard to roads an. trails, the
scheme outlined  ley the Chief Pon  I
ini lu.le   -ixi> five project .  whii b   ■•   •
ate e,-   t   1,000  mile-  when completed.   The. progr   a   ,, date on th	
'■a'. " e ted  trails i-  estimated at  22 pei
1  ni of  the entire program.       It     is
ilitlie-ult   to   eliminate  ihe  tremi
value e.i th '-',• trail    as a     protei i ion
from fire, bj  gi. n ■ the i angers -,,- et
which huve hit ii. ri ,    been
closed to  the patrols.   Of the-
peuhuie   the in.. I from every
• indpolnl  Is ihut  now
oiiuel the ' i iai a. .m bake watershe 1 tn
a di  tanCi   ol  from tri. : un    •'
from the water. The approximate leu
•.•ih of ihi- io ,d i 200 miles, and it is
I thai thc entire route will be
finished b.'f  the' end • •-, nexi Bummer, i iihe-i valuable trails on whi ie
«(ii'!> Ii i already been b< * in are Fiom
Campbell river to Salmon   V in. a 'b -
i.iii f about 75 miles; from Com
lake to Gordon  i ivei. 25  mill
Indian i r eu     to Mnnqnam i ii er,    20
miles;   from   Stave  ln';e-   lo    11
lake, 2', miles; from Poi i  Dougl
Pemberton  Meadow "'■'       from
\ i.e ii.y  lo Barrier I. ike,   >»     miles;
I i the North Thompson ' iv< i to Ci
lumbia river,  '• le ,   Trails . ■
being i lie I for a
'     ,,( .: '■■■ . and nl< a   thi W
low river I"i .i   .mii.it        an ■
i b    impoi    nee of rungi i
a.i    pt inl ti ii h
mi Iv l. .a . "ii 11 'i te I Worl ..a many
moi' whi li have In n proposed will bt
• onl iiuii'! d i • wintei. the worl
.a .a." Hon tee .ii   can
pro enl full lai em-
who    In
been engaged on patrol worl  in tin'lbe
protl    I l    li       Bl     i Thfl    ealUIIK       ' Will-
plele I during the' pas I  summer    ara
one at   lia  ;watei.  iwo     on  Q
lake, Burns lake,    Kltwancool     lake,
Coppel  i imi . about 96 nnl'    from CoP
ty; lieai  nvei, mi the Hazelton
Babine trail, und three on tb« bi. ben I
.,t Columbin i iver, between !!• vt
and Qolden.
Tl    lolopboi y-ii in out lined at  I he
Dg   ol   ilie MatOn   wu     Mll  ambitious one,  comprising marly 11011 miles
ol    llll i,      Ceeli    II 11   tl.en    WOI e.     ole lile.l   '
than ball the entire program ha  bw n
begun,  and   -ix   of   iln'   lm
i li .a' line, are nlrea ly In
working ordei Thc ■■ line ■ itend from
Natal lo Ell river, 11 mile . from
Ramp .ni  to iiui.. i  mountain i.
5 mil'"    from  ' !rc ton t>. «;•...t   ■
nun Loo! out, 3 mile ; nom \, rnon to
B \ mountain lookout, 19 mile . Irom
Kelowna  to     Little    White  mo
HELPS THE SICK
TOJET WELL
A Good  Friend To GIN   PILLS
The letter below is only one of many
that show how GIN PILLS are regarded
by those who have used them.
"I think it my duty to tell you that
GIN PILLS are a sure cure for Kidney
Trouble and La Grippe. I suffered so
much with my kidneys and La Grippe
until I used GIN PILI.S, and now would
not be without tbem in the house. I
shall always recommend <.IN PILLS to
anyone I know is suffering with their
Kidneys."
Mrs. M. Btjti.ER, VANCOUVER, B.C.
GIN PILLS are sold ou  a  positive
arantee of money refunded if thev
to give relief.   50c. a box—6 for
Sample free if yon write National
and   Chemical   Co.   of   Canada,
1, Torontc.
GA-TONB BLOOD St NERVE
TS are the ideal f. r.ic for pale,
pie. 50L. abox--61or5;.so. 207
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
lookout, 12 miles; from Erie '.o Bee-
"i i Relief Mine, 11 miles, ihe last line
being built in eo-oper&tioi with prlv-
ute parties, The iiii".- under i-onstruc-
lion on which substan •_ ess   Is
reported exte-nd from Keiiot to Shoal
Bay, 44 miles; from Revelstoke to Big
I 70 miles; from Grand Forks, up
ine north, fork ■•! Kettle river, 53
mile's; from Terrace to Lakelse lake',
IT miles.   Mo-t of the • Ol••  lines
are Btrunc on trees, thereby etleciing
., considerable Baving through tho
elimination of poles. Many Ol the lum
ber companies ■• jiving valuable assistance tn th building ol these lines.
furnish all
the labor re onstruction
line in which they ara interested
Tin   Domin  1   g  verm ■ * ' la
the full  cost   of    30 oi      line..
the Provincial government ii constructing tlii-.eu.ii -.he railway belt north of
Revelstoke. Tiie lines to lookout
; "in*. - ed t.e prove valuable,
1 being that th
•ie look
out. who will !«■ furnished with    good
ps, and firsl Bight "i tire any
he
will l<e    ■ mi '••    .    ai etirately ns
possibli -.iiis district for-
hi loi ation ;■.     lose
ly a< hi ■ ■ mini ■   Wherevi
hie, • 1
.    t-Tnis
have i«'en -h'     department
with the l< al orapanles. The line
from il !     Bay,   on the
>   about
hieh will be laid
w channels, in   whieh
- here •;- nt li lal current.
ufckly  i1 .,  fend   heato
.-,c threat aud »u:-,*., .        ;■
SEE! !
OUR
HEATING STOVES
Best and Cheapest In Town
PRICES FROM
$2.00 to $22.00
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
MENS CLOTHING
Distinctive in Quality and Correct In Style
The man who is particular as to the clothes he wears will take much pleasure in
inspecting the exclusive display of finely
tailoret" suits and overcoats gathered here
for Fall and wintei. it is no exaggeration to say that at the respective prices
these clothes have established an excep-
high standard in fine tailorings,
The values are unequalled. Make your
selections in suit or overcoat now when
choice is at its best. We 1 an > the larg -
est and most up-to-date stock in the city.
Men's Suits $20.00 to $45.00
Men's Overcoats $20 to $45
Ladles' suit-anel long coats made to order.   The most up-to-date stock in B. i_*.
CRESSMAN &. COMPANY
THE    LEADING    LADIES'    AND   MENS   TAILORS
Howson CSk Co,, Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
o4dded.
Howson £&> Co., Ltd.
CONCRETE
.
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For a farmer's silo,
a county road, or a
railroad bridge,
Canada Poland cement
can bc depended upon to make concrete that will last for gen-
I here is only one grade—the best that science and skill can make.
The label on every bag ia your guarantee
nt satisfaction.
Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal
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THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1913
It will probably surprise you to know the cost ofa bad stove
in excessive coal bii'.s during the winter. There are plenty oi
reasons whv one stove will burn more coal than another.
Come in md let us explain why our stoves are more economic ii '.!*- in  iny other.
A.' od selection of Kood stoves au.l that will cost you no
more ihan tin* coal-devouring kirn!.
Stores for Hard or ~f oft Coal
or XOood
Electric Heaters
Coal Oil Heaters
EMPRESS
THEATRE
at Hov. 1st
MUSICAL    ECKHARDTS
High Class Vaudeville Acts
Direct from the Pantages Liner
Prices. 25c-50c.    Reserved. 75c.
Plan at McDonald's Drug Store
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..Diamonds..
or
Watches and Clocks!
Where ?
At J. Guy Barber's
Expert Watch Repairing
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Get Your Eyes Tested and
Proper Glasses Fitted . . .
SAIL
IN
HERE
BUY
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NOW
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Instrument
Str-.ti -; -
This i^  i
We'll
Provide .-
Sheet Mm
Big Stock
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SAVE MONEY
ALL KINDS
OF
GOODS
FOR
\ I,if'  , imi
il     iu [htei
fur Vou
I'or Spot Ca-.li
i uture Requlrem
ALL  CLASSES   '''"',|ch""*"
OF Harmonicas
MUSICIANS
DAYS   SALE
15
THE BINGHAM MUSIC STORE.  MacKenzie Ave.
Zhc Aail'fieralb
PUBLISHED   WKHNESDAY   ANI)
S.V1VHHAY    AT
REVELSTOKE.  II. C.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Local Reading Notices and Business
loeals 10 eents per line each insertion.
Minimum local ad charge 25 cents.
Display advertisements 25 cents per
inch each insertion, single column.
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
Legal advertising of any form, also
Government and Munieipal Notices 12
cents per line first insertion and 8
cents per line subsequent insertions,
allowing 10 lines to the inch.
Applications for Liquor Licenses $5.
Applications for Transfer of liquor
Licenses  $7.50.
Land purchase noth-es, $7.00
Water Application Notii-es, up to
100 words, $7.50, over 100 words in
proportion.
All oilier classes of advertising not
included in above to be charged at
rate to be arranged with manager on
application.
•Jnteilot publtsbtng Company
I.lMlTKIe
J. K.  JOHNSON, Manager.
RALPH  G.   SCRUTON,  Editor.
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 1,   1913
The electors of the Isluuds are to
be congratulated upon having secured
.<s candidate smh a strung political
personality n< Mr. W.W. Foster. Mr.
Foster is a young and enthusiastic
member of the Conservative party wh0
'has made for himself n sterling reputa
tion dining the period he has occupied, wiih distinguished ability and buc-
* cess, thc position of Deputy Minister
oi Public Works, und a prominent career as o public man of the best slump
can confidently be predicted for bim.
In conjunction with  the Hon. Thomas
, Taylor, Mr. Foster hus acconiplirhed
Wonders in the way of improving the
roads ol the province, ono local ach -
levement with which his name is worthily associated being the commence-
in. in .,: ili,. Revelstoke Park uuto road
Hc has been equally a-si-.lious in regard •■•■ihi' provision oi necessary public  buildings e,i     a suitable  type,      in
I which -   - e.     the handsome and
rommodiou   courl houso ai Revelstoke
tO III11I-I      111    ilu      .li   -
'ii'i.   'lh-      practical evidences of Mr.
'■■ ,'.:,'-  pi..
vidian -*    meai    of . ommuniea-
-, i  fitting  homes
m   lie       Inn
province.        Mr,
baa
tours
: ler t., make bim-
-.   ■ - • I with the
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wi l-l
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POULTRY NOTES
R.M. Smythe, secretary ol tho Revel
stoke Poultry Association is in receipt of a letter from H. E. Upton,
poultry instructor, stating that he will
visit Revelstoke on the 7th and Sth
of November and give a -demonstration
in killing and also on judging poultry.
He will also visit all the members of
thc Association, on Friday and Saturday. Any member or non-members of
duy. Any member of non-member that
would like to have a talk or wish Mr.
Upton to visit his poultry yazds will
leave word with the Secretary o! the
above association he will have him
call und visit his poultry. As Mr.
Upton is nue uf the best men the Provincial Association have, do not miss
this chance us you do not have to be
a member of the Revelstoke Poultry as
soeiution to have him call and look
over your birds.
The following letter wns also received from John bright, live s'tock commissioner,  Ottawa:
"1 have under consideration the preparation ofa bulletin dealing with the
present status ,,f and possible develop
nuiii of the wock of the various provincial poultry associations through -
out the Dominion. Before undertaking
this work, however, I would be glad
tn hue your co-operntdon in securing
detailed information regarding the
work of your association under thc
heads of   lhc following  questions.
I—Whal is ihe total membership of
your  association'.'
2—To what extent i'.i I your membership  increased  during  lhc  past   year?
.'!—Kin Ily oui line brielly lhe work
of  your  association   to  date?
I—What have been thc chief difficulties' encountered?
5—Whal lms been the most effective
educational feature undertaken by yom*
association?
I'.—Whu i fui ure plans lias your association in mind for developing the wmk
locally?
7—Whal sei-i'i'siums have you lo offer in connection with the advancement
of associations work   generally?
Any member or non-member having
,-uiy suggestions to make will kindly
attend meeting nf the poultry association or put same in writing and send
to the secrotary at an early date, so
ihis matter can be brought np at our
nMxt  regular meeting.
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COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
Sole Agents for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Beat Soft Coal in Western Canada
BANKHEAD   HARD   COAL
IN A.LL 3(2 3
BRIQUETTES
'''We have over 600 tons of the above coal on hand and can guarantee
prompt delivery. Now is tbe time to lay in your winter's fuel. Uon't
delay.    See ns lor terms and prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBALD, PRKS. J. D. SIBBALD, JR., S«c.
Stylish Clothing
The height of the Season finds us
with the very lateBt conceptions in
Fall Wear Stylish Clothing.
Our show of Fashionable Suits comprise the most Chic creations.
We have the reputation for carrying
the Highest Class Stock, and this
season's show will considerably enhance it.
McRao Mercantile Co.
HOBBE^L'N
THE   HOME
C. N. R.
OF   GOOD
SOCIETY BRAND
CLOTHES
6o^>o<>o<M><>o<>a<><>CK><><><>o
tremendous burden mi my
Y.M.C.A H0TES
SONG  SERVICE
To-morrow atternoon at four o'clock
in ihe Association vocal solos will be
Miicn by Mr. Hadden, Thomson ami
Hack. Paul Samson will play a trom-1
bone -olo, Mr. p. Giflord will yive al
short address. Bright Binging. Dome
ai, I  bring your friend.
HOWLING.
'I'h,' league is     now     in lull    swing.
W. ilne- lay  Inst   tli,- .I.H.C. got the best I
of th.' directors by  two io one.    Last
have I n
mind.
All I ean say     mor.' lo these good 10[ pythias,
people ls  ilmnk you Irom  the depths    ,'„.    Selkirk    Hall
nf   my   heart and  may   tin
I less you as  you  have blc
1  am yours faithfully,
SILAS   BRCKINGHAM.
Great God  oddfellows  Hall
<ed my child   ,|.iy| Nov   5tn
K.  of P. NOTICE
Gold  Range Lodge No.  Uli,  Knights
will  meet   in  future     in
instead  ol    Old
commencing Wcdncs-
By older,
Q.  H.  BROOK,
K.of It.&S.
REVELSTOKE HARDWARE
COS BIG KEY  CONTEST1
FREE
FREE
Handsome New Williams Drop-
Head Sewing Machine Given
Away Absolutely Free.
We are distributing o box of cigars,
nf which will open a loe-li  in   our
night ih.'St.  John's team     won three   stoic,    hanging e,n    a   New   Williams
traight   From the C.P.R.   The games ' Sewing Machine and tho holder of tbc
foi   nest   week are as follows:
Tuesday, Nov. Ith—All Nations    vs
Kire   Hall.
Wednes lay,  November .">—J.B.C
H mker-.
Friday,   November 7—Directors     vs.
C.P.R.
- drop in Bible class   Thursday
I'" i-     w.' lune organized
v   cl I ■ lii   lea for imy^,
- niilav  morning from
..   10  l">,    All   hoy-   aro  welcome.
in  ■ ome and enjoy     a
vs.   lar
I i'l'
right key wins the handsome prize.
Vmi arc entitled to one key with every   two dollar cash purchase,  four dol
.-ash purchase two keys and so on
The luck will be Bealod and on dis -
play, so will the beautiful machine,
you will be proud to possess it, it
costs you absolutely nothing.
We arc prepared for a large season's
business with a full line ol lho latest
goods' and our pricoa arc right.
This  contest   Is  for the  purpose     ot
NfW MASONK MALI
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"liiklv   »to;e'l   ,,,..■■;...,   cures   cold'-.,   mi'l   liriiln
ue throat and lung*.        II        i:        13 ccntB.
a Thursday night at nine, introducing ourselvos to those whoare
ong  md  ipend   a not our regular customers and. to ••how
Hind the iiie'i.i.' with     appreciation uf those wc have had
j the pleasure of serving.
Wc  will  advertise the dny  when    all
keys are to be tried in the lock.
Yours  iruly.
REVELSTOKE HARDWARE 00,
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Ilrtoultfil in  tlir    ^*     *»
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d. P. SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
Nidbt Phone 85
death ■.( ihe
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I r.-i-i I would like lo publish this
splendid example ,,f Ohrl tinn Fellowship io the whole woi Id. foi  you have
ne.i   only hand iinu-ly   relieved  un       nl -
most complete ntrnnger in need,     but
you   have  lifted whal   would  othorwlM ' Estimates given Ircc.
St) Pairs of
English   Kid
Gloves
In order to popularize our
Real Ostrich feathers. We
will send absolutely FRBE
a pair of well known English Kid (".loves to the lirst
50 purchasers of our beautiful Real Ostrich Heathers, at
$■) 75 or $6.75 each.
Post Free—Worth Double - Post Free
These dainty Ostrich Plumes
are of extra line fibres  and
come in black anil white in
two si/es.
14 inch Plume £4.75 or 2 for $8.50
Jn inch Plume $6.7S or 2 for $12.75
This offer is only good for a
few days.
Mention color of   plume  required und si/e of gloves.
We   hnve a   few   Ospreys    Samples  at
$5.5(1, $6.50 and $8.50.
Send us your old feathers to
be curled, cleaned or dyed.
Charges moderate,
The   Davison-Grant  Millinery
B10 Robson Street
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Come and look ut our Triangle Sad
Irons    guaranteed fur ever.
PRICK   6 LB. IRON. $V90
A.G. DUCK
We solicit a shore ol your patronage
Special   attention   given to children
BARBER SHOP
We have just opened
a shop in tbe .
IDEALP00LR00MS
After Six Years Service
to the Revelstoke public wc
scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
Lumb
um&ermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
P.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelatoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit ot working clothes
for tbe buih. I make a
specialty of 1/Ogging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required inyorr business.
; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
paob rivi
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Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second Floor,
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Department on Second Floor.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. Jfume 8t Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Montb
Look at Price Tickets.
Ladies' Suits in Navy and Serge
Our Speeial Navy Blue Serge Tailored Suit Ior ladies has
become famous both for style, fit, finish, appearance and workmanship, and the price is only   $25
A Special Suit in Serge—Browns and Navy, nicely tailored
Sill; and Satin lined, new style. Only a few sizes in
this   $15
A Nice Showing of Furs
In Furs, as usual, we have a representative showing of all
the popular lines of natural Furs. This year we
find a ready sale a line of Fancy Muffs and Stoles
made of embossed plushes, velvets, curl cloths. They
are handsome goods and you can get a good looking
set from $5 to $15
The Doll Family Just Arrived
The Kewpiers, "Chubby M: Fife," the Art Dolls, the Character Dolls, etc. Also the Fur Animals, Dogs,
Cats, etc.    Bring the kiddies to see them.
ilk Shirt Waists
Apron Gingham
Full   yard wide, iu Navy and White  Checks of   different
sizes.    This is a pure linen cloth.    A good washer 20c
Sewing Cotton
We always sell Standard  Sewing  Cotton,   full   200 yards,
Coates', Kerr's and Clark's at d spools for 25c
New Aviation Wool
The thick, heavy kind.    All colors at I5c
Clearance of Silks
Clearing a lot of odd shades ol Embroidery Silks, good for
beginners.       Regular .Sc, at per skein Ic
Tea Aprons
Nice,  clean,   pure White   Muslins,   different  styles,  long
string lies,    Some nice ideas among these     35c
CLOTHING AND  SHOES DEPARTMENT
Wood and Brass Curtain Poles
We have just received a full assortment of Wood and Rrass
Curtain Pole? and Window Fixtures. Ae-k us for
anything vou may need in this line.
Rugs and Carpet Squares
We are clearing out Rugs and Carpet Squares at prices tbat
will interest vou 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
Special line of Silk Shirtwaists with soft collar, turned
cuffs, new goods. Sold regular at $4.50. On sale
at $2.90
Coats for Children
Teddy Coats, made of Teddy  Bear  cloth,   nice   style  and
nicely trimmed, for children from 1 to 6 years	
 WILL WASH  WELL
cjMen's Felt House Slipper
with heavy Felt Sole, leather
bottom. An ideal cure for
tired feet	
PRICE, $1.50. $1.75. $2
Women's Same at	
$1.00, 51.35, $1.80
Boys at	
$1.35
Womens Boudoir Slipper-
in Saxe, Brown, Red and
Mauve, spring heel, leather
bottom.    Price	
$1.25
Same   in   JAEGAR    without
heel	
$1.00 Per Pr.
Women's Kozy Tailored Slippers—the most comfortable
of all. Heavy felt sole with
leather bottom.    Price	
$1 and $2
Same in JAEGAR at	
$1.80 Per Pr.
Women's Juliettes in all shades
of felt and velvet, either
fur or ribbon trimmed.
Flexible soles, medium heel.
PRICES	
$1.75 per pr.
Misses' sizes	
$1.35
MENS LEATHER OPERA SLIPPER in black or
brown, flexible sole and full fitting lasts.
PRICE J $2.25 per pair
WITH CUSHION  SOLE
$3.00 Per Pair
MEN'S PULLMAN SLIPPERS in black or brown,
guaranteed fitters.   PRICE .      $2.75 per pair
WITH CUSHION SOLE
$3.00 Per Pair
Children's Felt or Fleece-Lined Slippers from 40c. to 90c. per pair.       A wide assortment of Moccasin
Slippers with fur or fleece linings, from $1.75 to $3.00 Per Pair.
Our" Grocery and Crockery^ Department
Special for Friday and Saturday
One Table Odd Dishes  About Half Price.
Crosse & Blackwell's Marmalade,   i  lb. Jars
Chiver's " " I   lb.  Jars      -
Three lb. Tins Pumpkin.     Per tin ...
Our Own Blend Tea, 3 lbs.  for . . . -
Our Own Blend Coffee,  3 lbs.  for -
Table Figs, per lb. ..---.
Oysters, 1   Pound Tins -
20c
20c
'5c
$1.00
$1.00
15c
•5C
Flower Pots and Butter Crocks
Just arrived—a shipment of Flower Pots, all sizes.      Get the ones you want before it
is too late.
GOOD SUPPLY OF BUTTER CROCKS JUST IN.
New Stock of Fruits and Marmalades
Crosse (& Blackwell's Orange in 7 lb. and 4 lb. tins, 1 and 2 lb. Jars.
Kellern's Orange, in 7 and 4 lb. tins and 1 lb. Jars.
Noel's Fig and Lemon in Jars.
Robertson's, 4 and 2 Pound Tins.
Ginger, Lemon, Green   Figs,   Tangerine,   and    Orange   Shred   in  Jars.
ifrifr ifr ifr $ ifr ifr 't> ifr ifr ifr 'fr 'fr 'fr'fr 'fr 't' 'I' 'fr 'I' 'fr 't' «i"fr 4H$"*tHfr ifr ifr i|i ifr ifr 1I1 ifr t|i
NEW CHINA
Japan China Tea Sets
11 "     Cream and Sugar Sets
Fruit Sets—7 pieces
Cups and Saucers from 15c. to 75c. each.
Cocoa Sets, Pot with 6 Cups and saucers
xT* tt\ it i ttm iti iti iti itt tt\ tti iti iTi il'l ttt iti iTa tti tti *"t* 'fr» «^** iti itt itt it* ill it* iti itt it* '"ti 'Ti iTt i*ti .Tt t±-i.
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NEW GOODS
Carload   New   Canned   Vegetables   and   Fruits,
Wheat, Bran and Oats,      Sweet Potatoes and Squash
New Shipment of Huntley and Palmer's Biscuits
Crawford's Puff Biscuits, (something new).
Mackintosh Red Apples
Cranberries.     California Red Grapes
Malaga (ireen Grapes. Oranges and Pears.
Carload  nf   Shorts,
Comb Honey
We have SOMETHING NEW IN BISCUITS, we want you to come in and sample them. PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 1,  191S
The Easy Laxative
In justice to yourself you should try Rexall Orderlies, — your
money back if you don't like them. They are a candy confection that really do give easy relief from constipation.
NEWS
Good health is largely dopendi in
upon the bowels, Wlnn thoy become
sluRirish the waste material that is
thrown e>IT by the Bystem accumulates. This condition generates
poisons whioh circulate throughout
thr"tiody, tending to create coated
tongue, bad breath, headache, dull
brain notion, nervousness, biliousness
and other annoyances.
Avoid harsh oathartics and physics.
They give Imt temporary relief.
They of ton aggravate the real trouble.
They are particularly bad for children, delicate or aged persons.
Come in tablet form, (aste just like
Candy and are noted fol their easv,
soothing action upon the bowels,
Thev el.en't purge, Rripc, eausc
nausea, looseness, nor the inconveniences attendant upon ihe use of
purgatives. Their action is so pleasant that the taking of Rexall Orderlies almost becomes a desiru instead
ol a duty.
Children like Rexall Orderlies.
They are ideal for aged or delicate
persons as well as for the most robust.
They acl toward relieving constipation, and also in overcome its cause
and to make unnecessary the frequent use of laxatives. They serve
to tnin and strengthen the'nerves
and muscles of the bowels and asso-
eiate organs or glands,
Make Us Prove It
Wo guaranteo te. refund every
i.e nny paal us f,,r Hc.xull Orderlies if
thoy dn imi give entire satisfaction.
We ask im promises and we in no
way obllgato you. Vour mere word
is sufficient feir us to promptly and
cheerfully refund the money.
IL.isn't that prove that Rexall
Orderlies must, bc rinlit'.' You must
know we would ne | dare make such
a promise unless we we're positively
certain that Rexall Orderlies will do
all nv claim for them. There is no
money risk attached to a trial of
Rexall Orderlies, and in justice tei
yourself, you should not hesitate to
test them.
Rexall Orderlies come in convenient vi'-et-pni'ki't size tin boxes. 12
tablets, HI,'; ;*i* tablets, *.'5c; SO
tablets, 60o,
CAUTION": Please bear ia mind thai Rexall Orderlies are not sold by all druggists,    iou can buy Rexall Orderlies only at the Rexall Stores.
You can buy Rexall Orderlies in this communitv only at out* store;
WALTER BEWS
Revelstoke
The JS225& Store
British Columbia
There is a Rexall Store in nearly every town and city in tho Unitod States, Canada and
Oreit Britain. There, is a different Kcnill ltenicdy fnr nearly every ordinary human ill-
each especially designed for the particular ill for whioh it is recommended.
The Rexall Stores are America's Greatest Drug Stores
TO THE PUBLIC
I would respectfully call your attention to my full line of Woollens jusi
received for Fall and Winter wear, comprising the latest styles, fabrics ami
colorings in newmni desirable effects,
I would also call youi attention to the fact that I have taken a full
course of instruction in cutting men and women's garments at "the John J.
Mitchell Co." cutting academy, New York City.
Have  worked  and gained practical   experience  with  leading  tailoring
establishments in the large cities, and can safely  recommend myself as out
thoroughly  understand  cutting,   designing  and  making of men's ainl
women's garments.    Therefore,   you could not do any better than leave your
here for voui Fall ami Winter garments.
H. F. MORTENSEN
LADIKS' AND GENT'S
TAILOR
ACROSS FROM THK  "CLUB."
The Kevelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &,   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The stylo, tlie workmanship aul •
'  burn til' ev( ry pair;
iry welts thi   '
Wil! draw new trade, and hold tie
'    WE    NEVER     RECOM>a
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FAR AND NEAR
An Interesting investigation carried
on [or the United States Bureau ol
Labor has resulted in showing thai the
■nt oi Living in I91U i- approximately iin per cent, higher than ll was between 1SI13 and 1900. In Ihe latter
period, however, at last in the years
IS93 to 189(1, there were abnormally
low prices, due io widespread depression. The figures for the present year
show lhat Ihere has been an Increase
of morn ihan three per cent, since last
year,   an I an  Inerense e.f  nearly   1-5 per
in.  in tho posl   two years.
Lecturing belore the London, Eng.,
Chambers of Commerce, Hon. J. H.
Turner, Ageul Generul f.>i* British Columbin il inii d thai tiie preference on
British goods tvns counteracted by excessive freight rates, lie thought there
was very little in tin.* alleged sentimental preference in Canada for Uriiisli goods, Among reasons why Brit -
ish gootls had nol a bigger sale were
that tin' design and niahe were Ire-
, 1111.■ 1111 y unsuitable in Canada, that.
Ihey were often made and packed unnecessarily heavy, and that they were
imi Biililciently advertised. Mr. Turner
submitted details o£ ihe' British manufacturers' exhibition train, which it is
proposed shall tour Canada next year
Mr. V. Faithful". Begg, former M. P.,
ali'T well-known financier, also address
ed the meeting and -aid:—"I have just
returned from Canada, all I my firm
is essentially     sound.   The difficulties
| conviction is that, the position there
Irom  her prosperity  alone,   if  proper
I under whieh Canada finds hersell arise
discretion is used there is no place
where the inves'tor may place his money  more safely."
Greal Britain, Germany aud France ]
liavi agreed to adopt no new policy
against Mexico until the United States ean jtibmil a definite plan for the
future treatment <'f the Bouthern rs.-
I ib Such a. tion will relieve muoh
of the presenl tension, ami the gn al
pow ers ure « i ■ in allowin > the i'nited States t-e settle a matter which
illj . ler t lie jiiri-.l I ion
e. ml ry.
mi-    Wilfrid    Lauri r    described  tho
i a  al  poliey at  T i   wai bi    a
li   n      ,,n -,-iv.-.i     in   a
How u   p.-ili y  fm      strengthening  the
a, '■    -I-15H     ,, our
oi Im- called iniquit-
.'    fail ti   in derstnnd.   Poor Si.
ele tors oi     Cl at< auguay
- ee with hi-    as -
:      •    ,    : inel
in      Greal
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Subscriptions Are Now Invited for the Balance of the Present Issue of Stock
The Lakes B.C. Canning Company, Ltd.
Capital $250,000, Divided Into 25,000 Shares of $10 Each
First Issue of 10,000 Shares, Payable Per Share as Follows :    $2.50 on Application. $2.50 on
Allotment, $1.00 Feb. 13. 1914, $2.00 June 13,   1914, $2 October 13, 1914.
This Company, having reached the subscription of §60,000 of Its Capital
has proceeded to allotment e,nd now offers the balance of its first issue for
public subscription at  par.
The Property owned hy the Company is composed of THREE HUNDRED AND NINETY-TWO ACRES, more or less, and is situated on the
enst side of the Arrow Lnke, seven mile- north of the Town of Naltusp, and
has a water frontage on the InUe of Onl fnile. The objects ief th'. Company
are  twofold :
1.—To build, equip and operate a factory on tlie Arrow Lakes, for the
canning oi teiniatoes, peas, fruit, etc
2—To offer for sale, ten and fifteen aire blocks of the land above mentioned, after the same has been partially developed and a suitable resiidenoe
erected on eaeh block. A contract will be entered into with the | ur hasers1
of the Company's lnnd to purchase all produce grown by them, suitable Ior
canning, thus insuring for them a ready market Ior their produce, and lor
the Company a porlion of their raw material.
The Company, moreover, intends t,. reserve and fully develop n tdock
of land for experimental purposes, and will give the settlers access to all
the latest scientific information that t'ney may need to-nnblo them to rai-e
crops such as are required for canning.
Owintr to ihe above inducements, th-' Company will be able to sell theii
land ni a splendid profit, and at the unn-.e time give its settlers n chance to
obtain large returns for their investments and labor
M A R K E T
The Company need not Lro beyond British Columbia and the Prairie
Provinces to tind people who are eagei anel whose ne.-essities compel them
to buy far more of the<c products than the Company will be able to pro-
duo9. In the lumber camps and railroad camps of Briti-h Columbin nnned
Iruits and vegetables are used threetimes .-. lay, while in the praii;e provinces, particularly anion;-,   the farming   lasses,  ihe demand is equally great.
Application for prospectuses and forms
be nddi't'S-ed  to the Becretary.
of   ipplication for share:  -"houl,!
THE LAKES (B. C.) CANNING CO,, LTD., 15 McDOUGALL BLOCK, CALGARY,
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TO FUfc SHIPPERS
The inoM in uir..K-, rcllal ii MM untv Market kinorl anil Pi-Ice List
ot IU kind published
"£?;e &fju(icrt Ripper"
Mailed Ahbululi lv Free to Fnr Shtpoers—Send "Sbulierl"
> ee t name un a postal today
Yen want this valuable publication—it is worth hundreds of
dollara to you, issued at every change of the Fur Market,
»eu an accurate and reliable report of what ',-, doing in
all the Markets ol the World in American R.nv Furs.
Wntc for it—now— il's frer-
A. B. SHUBKRT, Inc., ^^.SSMH
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LODGE.  No. li A.  F.
•Dd A.  M.
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
Hobson's Grocery
Phone
CHIMNEY SWEEP
Leave orders at Lawrenc<
Hardware C      I will guarantee to do a clean job in
taking    down   pipes    and
cleaning pipes and chimneys.
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
THE CHIMNEY SWEEP
Who Can bp found at the
LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.
bed Bpreads and
shams,   scarfs for dresses.
Just arrived, a new line of
stole mufl i  for lai
ar—the price reasonable.
Ma ladies'
ent's shirts   and
JOHN  LEE
VER  TOWN.
EiaiaiaiEEisiE isjEiEisraja ^zl^±.^± siaj
MISS TRYPHi tKBR
Pupil   of S ' mxi   Cl ii' i.   K.
C. i.. Hon. R.A.M. of Florena
and Lot d
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Yoi' ■ ad        : iforte.
Koi  terms, i . ply,
BOX    106,    ill.    FIRST     STREET.
O. B.  N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Ofllic   Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
W.  H.  WAI.LACK,  M.B.C.S.A.
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li n in oo and B. C.  Land
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P.  O.  Hoi  317        Kamloops, B.C.
liaa •    Wataon  Realty  Oo.
Regular     meeting are held in MA,S
ON1C TEMPLE,     Oddfellows'     Hal!
on the Third Monday ia each month
at 1 p.  tn.     Visiting brethrea      ar«
ecrdially  welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Becretary.
O. W. O.  W.
Mountain VI»w Oamp, No. IM.
Meets Second    aud     Fourth Wednesdays    in each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen ars
tordially Invited tn attend
JAMES  McINTYRE,  O.O.
H. W. EB WARDS, Olerk.
COURT     MT.      BEGBIB,
OK I. O. V.
No. 14f51.
Meets in I. O. O. F. Hall nsxt   to
Tapping's Opera  Hume  every second
and fourth  Monday  in  rnontk.  Visiting bretkrsn cordially welcomed.
H.  V.  MORGAN, C.  R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON.   Rec.-Sst.
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Meets every tirst and third Tuesday ln Oddfe.lows Hal). Viaitlng
bratkern cordinlly  invited to attend.
A. Grant. Dicta*or.
H. L. Haup, 8e rctary.
School of   Murtc ani.    Ornt' ry, under
Direction ol
PROF. C. O. BROWNBLL.
log I .'.no, cr^-nD, Violin, Volio
Culture loi .'-inking and Speaking,
Coa-hint* I .ays ar.c! A-ting. St.
Francif   Hail   on    Mt Kenrie   Ar.nue.
SELKIRK     LODOB IJ, 1. O. O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening ls
Halkirk Hal! at X o'clock. V-.eitlag
brethren  etrdially  iBTiUd,
CHA*^. WBWBOMB, NO.
JAS   MATHIE. Btc.
\UTER  & COMPANY
Barristers, SolicHon, Etc.
—Offices—
Imperial Bati: Bloci:, Reveletoke, B.C,
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
I'OR
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
W. H. POTTRUFF. Prop. SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER  1.  1013
THE MAIL-HERALO    REVELSTOKE
I'AGE   SEVEN
Never Too Cold
TO ENJOY A PLUNGE AT
HALYCON  HOT SPRINGS
Where hot medicinal waters are the moat wonderful health
restorers on the continent. Our record of cures of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequal,. verified
by our gratified patn
Located among   the   best scenery i ada, easy of
access.   The San is handsomely fitted and finished for
comfort and convenience   I guests.
Halcyon   Hot   Springs   Sanitarium
Wm. lie'   ■   i   op., Halcyon, Arrow Lakes.
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H. J.  MCSORLEY. PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
LIQUOR ACT, 1010.
Notice is hereby given that on. tb*
Srst day of December next application will i.e- maele to the Super int end-
en of Provin ial Police for renewal of
the Hoti •  to sell liquor by re
tail in the ii ■ el known as tho Lake-
view 1 ti ate at Arrowl ead, in
the Provim h Columbia.
Dated this 25th  lay of Oetober, 1913
CHAPMAN  AND  .SMITH.
1st   i-'m.  Oct,  25  one rnon.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
N'nti.-e-  i    ii i i eu thai  on   the
day oi I) '* a   bj   ni - ition
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NOVtiM
Strictly First-Class
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath .  .
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
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lat Uauc Sept. 17, 30 <Uya PAGE KIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1013
LOCAL Mill GENERAL
The     Barrier, Novembe
,this dute in mind.
ATR ACTIONS      | CANADIAN
AT EMPRESS
12th,   keep j    There will  be several  first-class    attractions  at thi?  popular play house.
The  Musical   Eckhardt's,   tonight at | during the next   few weeks.    Tbeaue-
the Empress theatre.
goers will do well to keep   their    eye
PEACE
CENTENARY
(Continued from Page One.)
Sehool histories  tln-y   would
High class musical program and
vaudeville, Empress theatre tonight.
Watch this paper next issue her the
•"Barrier,'' Hex Beach's great drama
-At Empress theatre, Nov,  12th.
A house warming party will be given hy St. Francis Cluli to theii many
friends on Thursday evening, Nov. 13.
onthese columns where  the theatrical | the diflerent treaties between
news will be found.
nnd   that
Great ]
EjsjHiHEiajsjSMaeisiajaisiaMSfaiaMa
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SALES and WANTS
10c. line Minimum 25c.   Cash in Advance
board ol trade, churches, schools, he
would like to see the principal of eaeh
sehool upon tho committee—patriotic
societies, womens organizations, Y.M.
O.A.j and so on. It should include r,
representative from every town or village which was to take part in the , ,
celebration, that was on the presumption that a central celebration Was to |
beheld  at Revelstoke.   The committee , WANTED—Young  English Lady  seeks
n'ituation as help in private family.
Apply V. PiggQt, Bin-hlaii'ds, p. 0.,
12-Mile,  Golden,  B.C. Nv.l   11.
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EisEEiEMajsiHEEiajasisEEEJajajsjciJ
few  lines,p  er-
sbould conBist ol some 25 or 30, and
later on work could be delegated to
sub committees. If they considered
that Revlstoke s'houkl be one of the
of celebration he would suggest
SOCIAL aim PERSONAL
Mr. Reuben E. Truax, the Liberal
candidate, was elected Ln lbe South
Bruce by electiop by a majority e.i 124,
defeating'  Mr. Wellington D, OargiU,
J.A. Darragh, tathei oi Mrs R. M,
Smythe of Los Angeles, wm iu town,
and left for Combourne \u look over
his mines and Bxpeci to open ap Bame
in th" spring,
Our readors ar.- reminded that     ihe
sale ot crown granted  mineral  claims
in the Revelstoke  assessment district,
will  be  held on Monda\   atternoon,  at
two o'clock at the Court House.
Henry Thomas, teamster i.jv J. P.
Sutherland, delivered I'J tons, Tim lbs.
of Rabbins' coal in oie.- day- This is
the largest quantity of coal ever loaded aud delivered by one man in i ni
•day locally.
A meeting .,i the C.P.R. Safety
Board will be beld at the Y.M.C.A, .eu
Thursday  next,  Nov.   lith;  il   2:30 p.m
[erred to but in a  very
haps the     date  an.l th.'    main subject 1 "*,m'es
Eckhardts, at lbe Em was reierred to but no .detailed explan- that a committee should be appointed
All lovers of Mgh-claes | ation was given.   Tae matters e-xalted,al  ,but meeting, that they should ap-
chool histories were victories   and.|P°int   tw0    OI" three as a nominating
Having toured all Canada a»d the tin-   -,,   ampaigns in which the people had 'committee'    Tho    l?OT,ei'al   committee
,teil State.- iter the hist  fourteen years   been (ngaged and the blessings of peace
they have met with great success- every   ,vt,.   rather  overlooked.    During      the,
100 years     Canada had had     e-onconl
with lhe L'nite.t Slates there had been
many occasions when war had seemed
imminent, and when it would have hap
.  qi    i.e  :. ommon sense
ol ihi  two peoples.   There were   some
who   onsidered that peace was bought
at too high a price, but  he very much
Mrs. and Mis-,' Manning will receive
on Wednesday, Nov. 5th.
Mrs. W.A. Sturdy left last evening
to spend the week-end at Malakwa.
Mrs. Al. Urquhart au I baby, were
tiie guests of Mrs. R. Urquhart, the
first of  tbe week.
Thi   Musical
j ui—ss tonight.       ^^^^^^^^^^^^
music cannot aflord to miss this treat
where-  they  ha\e shown.
Mr. Eckhardt will t-e remembered by
quite a few Revelstoke people, hi ba*i
Ing taught some ol tbe ladies oi this
citj diflerent musical instruments in
; :-i. The Eckhardts givi .. _■■ •
clean show, and the prices' arc in
reach o.' all.   Reserve -eats T.'c, 50c,
Doi rs  ■'■.'• i   8  o'elofk. ear
t iln v :30 -harp.
BUSINESS
would he about aotlli or 2500 for the
Dominion. In B.C. the Lieut.-Governor, the Prime Minister, the Hon. W.
J. Uowser and the Hon. Thos. Taylor
bad agreed lo act, and he would have
obtained the other two ministers had
they been in Vi.-toria at the lime oi
In- visit as he was informed they
would lie glad to be associated with
the      movement    and he  had  only   to
doubted that.   It was necessary   that | ^rite a?d.Pu1 the matter hefore them.
>omeihini.'  should  be done  to impress
LOCALS
Leave youi orders foi Christmas
cards with your name on at CR. Mac-
donald 's drug -tore. Five large vol -
um.-  of samples to choose from.
upon children  what  these IOU years of
peace ha    ■■■■ ■■■  '     It was proposed to
invite essays upon Anglo American ro-1 ^^^
,,     from  the headquarters at  Ottawa,
11 ie I ^
: at present the executive committee was
Minding  the  necessary  funds.    Just  bo-
it  rose a question     was1
PIANO  LESSONS  — On  lhe  1st    oil
November,     Proi.  A. De Feo,     will
start his class of Piano Lessons
his Studio at  the corner oi    Second j
street  and  Railway   avenue.     Phone j
*2tl2.   The teacher prefers to teach the |    Mrs. Walter Bews will sing a     solo,
j "The   Lord  is' My  Light"   on  Sunday
Mr. Anstie,    manager of the Forest
'Mills, returned Wodnesday  noon, from
a business trip to the coast.
pupils ai  their own home's.
Oct.29, lm.
evening  at the Methodist service.
NOTIC'E-The  meal  ticket lost  by B.      Mrs*  Wilson oi  Vancouver,  who has
R. Harrison ofA  rmwhead,  has' been ! be«»  N laitlD8  her  daughter,  Mrs.    H,
found and the finder duely rewarded, i Hu>' Blnca last AllSUs;t* Mi f°r
 je.u Wednesday afternoon.
home
He had also secured an assurance of
every assistance from the educational
authorities. Tho .general expense of
ih.- whole movement was being borne
lations and matters germain to ..■•...  .      —     ,.....-.. 	
100 years  pe   ■■ and also  to carry  the
educational   movement a  little further
...   nto  the  universities. There tove P"**™"" 	
would probably  bea fund established I1>ul '" th" House on .be subject,    and |
dn all thr untrii ■  out of whi.-h     a
certain number of professors would be
who would go about irom couutry
TO   RENT-Throe    Furnished Rooms, 1    filr.   c ,,   Brown  retufned last  week
well      heated,    corner  Boyle  Avenue   ,-,om   uvo  raonths'  in eastern Canada,
and Victoria Road, with or without aBd tll(, stategi   Mrg< BroWn u     uu
board.-Mrs.  Robinson.   jH.  proved in health by her splendid trip.
FOR    SALE—Dry  Cedar Wood,
length.      Phone G.,  5.
any i
Mr.   Woods      who  arrived  hero iiom
Lethbridge a few weeks ago with his
_^^^^_^^^_^_^^^_^_^_^^_ family, has rented the e-otiage on Me-
FOR RENT—Bight  roomed houee,$25; I Kenrie avenue formerly occupied     by
Six roomed  housfe,  $3(1,  e-onveniently   Mr.  J.  1	
situated.—H.N.  Coursier.
to country and lecture on Auglo Am-
^^^^^^^^ eriean relations. It was believed that
GOOD   FIRE—   '■''''■ wou'd  accomplish a great     daal
I   th'
■  ! cc-ption; and preu
members and  • • tli'i   employees     whose
duties will commena are requested  to
attend.
the
State-.
the
RECIPE    FOR  ■	
-^tand sHove doer  wide  open;  Careful-,
This will be un open meeting aud both   !>'  •'•-*   •   ' '■'-   dry copy  oi  the     Mail .„,,.,.    „
Herald, or two ol    the   Argue« Gov, *  rth in Cai    ■•■■.
lightly with  kindling;  Light with on. ': '"     hat th" case ln
match, df j wo if   necessary, Unlted St!Ucs'whc"   '"    history books
.••i„-     ♦ ...   .i „ .  ,-   , r, ii use in the    rimary  schools  were, io
•   -t. . •   door     and  open damper; ■
. 1       t mildly,     distinctly    prejudiced.
and  add two  heapi--     -«—.»•-«-  -..-i Leadiug historians and public men in
cu June 5, 1913, Mr, W.M. German.M.
P., asked iu the House of Commons'—
"Is the government aware lhat an International Conference has recently
been held in the city of New York ior
the purpose of discussing methods of
celebrating the centenary of the sign -
, Mr. John P. Clum bas iavored   thU
■ e > by  arranging  to  give his  famou,
: i ivel-le ti re on < 'alitornla.    The lecture is profusely illustrated with superb lantern  slide- in natural tints  and      Mn
most interesting  moving picture films.     :.-   -.. ■ •
This lecture will be given  in the Pies-   ,
byterian church ou     "Monday c'. enin
November loth.
When brisklj   burning,  t-pen stove i
shovelfulls oil
i OURSIER'S  COAL.
by
•   last     ng' '
- Robbins'
vi, ws   I Ri
A  nj.v   linn,  under  the nam.
lie- .- 'toke  Clothing  Co.,  h ive    pui -
ch i e-1  and   taken  o\ ei th i~.      oi
C.S   M Farland, ol   Re\ei an
1,       opened up business today.    Tho
•i -I hai •■ repllnished
aul nill  receive regul
ids    i'r.- Ines:  wi
l    - it'tlj
In thi   Pi    bj tei ian    hu       ..n   Sun
aay   lhe    <-. nl u   sei .   - 6   will    •
o'clock th       " "Thi
'1 .'•■ '  e"    ind a:   7:30
Koui-squ ue- "   Sund ■>  ai     I
i •  ■    it 2 10.   Tuesdaj
V 1*S.   ■ .-.  .  from -
■   • prayer m B
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ed lo tl
.  Dishes     i
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'    i* Rl *    *• order   it H.N,
Coursier's.
the United States had come to the   on
rlusic    * '•■•.    '    -    j apart from    the
I •;-.ua.iou, that   ihe time     nal
:. i-i;;in   facts eit the
I ..     tated, a- I lhe services
of a leading   historian had been obtain-
-i as *■ .\ i iting   the liistory    of
•   .       :'   -.      ■ u ith .-!'■ cial ■ a
... Biitisl   l-'.-.n
h   I :- -  .,'        When com
rould be submitted
was o   removing .-onie- miscon-, . _.      ,
.. ,      .,, ing of the treaty ot Ghent.'   Does  tho
ui: • s  wht.-li  >ull ex-       b •
| government contemplate the granting
of aid towards the holding of such a
celebration'.' The Rt. Hon. R.L, Bond-
en, in reply, laid before the House information furnished by ihe ollicer.- oi
the'Canadian Peace Centenary A-.-o.-i ■
ati'in. Ib- proceeded:—Tho Ameii.-an
committee showed a zeal and interest In
ihe movement whi.h created a most
favorable impression nn all who came
in contact wiih them. The Britishand
Canadian delegates received many Courtises und attentions from the United
States committee as well a- from oilier prominent  and representative citiz-
LABOR SUPPLY — Contractor for
piece work or straight work. Apply
to Japan'se Boarding House, First
street, East.
He-.   Chown,  BUperintendint  of     the
Methodist   church   in   Canada,   arrived
iii tbe city Friday noon, and is tiie
guest .ei Mrs. E. H. S. McLean, who
is an old Iriend of Ur, Chown.
 '    Mr. S.i'. Wilson, general manager of
FOR QUICK SALE—Stock in trade.-  McLennan, McFeely  Hardware Oo., of
Small Goods Music Business. Household effects, Furniture, etc. Gurney
Oxford heater, also i-ook range, almost new, all in good condition. —iu 0ur town
Further particulars and inspection at
Bingham's Music Store, McKen/.ie av
enue, Phone 26*2.
Vancouver,    has    been     vie-iting  then
many customers iu this district.     Mr.
Wilson   spent   the   ino^t   of   (he      week
FOR SALE—A 24 foot Motor Launch
Seven H.P., Fairbanks engine, with
reverse. Will sell reasonable. Apply
to F.N.  Roberts, Arrowhead,  B.C.
WANTBD—Smythe's Employment Office, men for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythe's Employment Office, First street,  Revelstoke,  B.O.
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ens.      The    government    understands]
thai tho pr< dings ol the conference, WANTED—Washing woll and carefully
,     which were entirely harmonious, result      done at   the Colored   Hand  Laundry,
ommittee      he .     . MoKenzie    em!   Victoria   Ro-nl    Ti'nna
iu  ihe- passing of resolutions  recom-1     ""ftlD"1   alm   *» » *-oria  ito.iu,   roan
to be the _!__»,_       ,_„ r, m^F ^^^^^
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tie iv as
atres in i lan-
.
ot n    Bs*arilj
ame i
n .    . .
.nd Ju-
,.   take
: ■   Ne.r.li
o
l.^.^.^.Bost preeminent    part.
29S,
Miss Jessie- McKay left ou Wednesday morning for Nelson. Miss McKay
has made man)   wuriu Irlends in Heel
■>ioke during  tho i iths  -he has been
visiting her cousins, Sept. und Mi    Mc
Kay  of this city.
Next Mon.lay night the annual election ofofflcers foi the coming yai of
thc Political Equality League will be
held in the City Hull. The meeting
will commence at b, o'clock umi it ia
hoped u good attendance will be seen.
Mr . J.C. English, Boyle avenue, re
eeived a telegram yesterday announcing the death of her mother, Mrs, C.
Lawrence, ai Greenwood, B.C. Mrs,
English and son  It^ Hodson, left    on
mending  a definite scheme of commem
oration,   partly   by llu- erection  I   vis-           	
ible monuments,  possibly  of identical j WANTED — Nursing, apply to   Mrs.   the bo ith train  to attend the funeral
design; partly by  the ceremonies    at-     McDonald, Connaught  avenue,    sec   wlilahtakes place at     Greenwood     oi
tending tb.- laying of the cornerstone   'ond door Irom     Second   street, be-  Monday, No*.. 3rd,
ol these monument-, aud pai ily by the!    tween First and Second streets.
establishments of lectureehlps, scholar-	
ships ami -iinilai methods of diffusing PflUIUP  IIICHTC
correct Information upon interuatio LUInlNu  cVLm iU
relations.      The Canadian delegation j 	
ba-    communicated    lull    information! ,,     ,
regard to the conference in a let- November  1-The  Musical   Eckhardts.
te.  which  .-   herewith laid onthe tab-;    **'  K'»l>ress theatle.
le for  lho Information of the     House.  November   12—"The  Barrier"  at    tho
Whil.' the Canadian     Peace Centenary      Empress theatre. i
■ m  is an  ui official   body,   the
all.
^_^_^^^^_ Nov.   17—"What   Happen.-d to  Mny,''
rongly sympathizes with BmpraM theatre.
and  approves  of is  i bjei i   and      pui-
promol -.• good  will and peace Nov. 19-The Barrier, Empress theatre
,.i..- i.i the world. The November 20—"Ready Money" at tho
lis'posed to  give favor-!    at Empress  theatre.
lion to a grain Buch    as
'.   that mentioned m the nuostion in .-as,-:
imilar a.non ihould be taken In oth-j
Nov.
-The Lawrence   Brough       ><).,
of
li
Ti. ttei, whj h   11 peai    a   i -ugth
.ium 5th, contains In-
IVe'll.
Tl D   Hlllee-I     elf   111011111110111S    to     I"'   BT
iiii   Mi    Scammoll,  would    de-
upou ilie   amount ii       Loral     CM" " •'
■     ,',.   : :,      bj    I le>'   lo. allty
mn tw    e
II   wa   decid-
at the Empress theatre.
Dec "i.—Tho  Lawrence Brough  Co., at
the Empress  ihcatre.
Dec. 8—The Pink Lady, at  the     Bmpress theatre.
Dec. 23— Matheson, Lang and Britton,
Empress theatre.
NOTICE.
Pat   Menl      has  opened a ladie-   and
and ..ti.. i  leal ires   ol   jents     shoe    repairing   .-hop at     96,
II  Revelstoke ngre    First street,  old town. Oct. B lm.
	
i-with aboul  flit,   nutVEY. MoCARTBR ft COMPANY
Barrintere,  Solicitors, Etc.
—Offlcee—
Imperial Bank Block, Revels:oke, B.C
ladies' Guild Whist Drive
'    -t.    h
iha'
Th'' Ladies of the He. pita! Q ■■■
■intend h Ming a whit drivi in the
Oity Hall «n the '".enite .,i Tui daj .
Novembei llth. This' promt "- *o be
«n evening of solid enjoyment for ali
who attend. Splendid pri&
given and nothing i' bell leH "n-
Hone to In "re n  splendid        -
*
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• v r.    o il *  worth ♦b*
■ onal
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RECIPE FOR
A GOOD FIRE
i|By <■'.- .th'i
 H •   m Kaj    i*'e^'  'ni'
New  Bi ol ■' 'or ial* at Macdonald *  I   ndrsd,
,,.    ion     *Th<- Mnn  Between,' >                                                          >ed li ■• v"'y
■"I i,i Goldet) Rt  ■.    ■ i    Mi i- '                                           '•"'■ th< mi
R(4re'hm<-nts will    be served at the  Montgomerj     'WHtwaj             M*h ■                                              i''                    ■  be«B   erred,
concluiion ol ihe drive,   p..     .       ni  *'    'Othwwi • I hyllll,'   bj  Mi-^holioi .        ,.   , ,     musical nui i    «•-..  (riven by
t kethls    noortiinlty to have   ■ thor-   'Hagfti     Revelly,"     by     Ooodmao; the gentra) eommlttei   ..; thi   Domii     Ml       lard, Mi   Griffith   nn.l   Miss
Xn °    's '   '' '                 '                            id» of Oray and Gold," by Myr- leu    Such a ^ranrft*!        mid i-     n    Janel     McKay   Parewrila   wen said
tie Reed. pr< entativo oi the cilj connell,    iha'ihortly afte>r nuelnight.
oiirhly good time anrf give n   i lanoe
io a mo-'1  worthy can*.
Stand sieve door wide open.
Carefully insert one dry
copy of tlie Mail-Herald or
two cf the ArKUS.
(lover Ughly with kindlinK.
Lijrht with one match, if
possible, two it' necessary.
Close door antl open the
damper.
When briskly burning, open
stove door and add two
heaping shovelfuls of
COURSIER'S COAL
A dozen ol former Revelatoke ladies
who now reside m Vancouver, havi
formed a three-table auction bridge
cluh. Meetings ire h-ld weekly anl
much enjoyed. The ladies Keep ri'/ht
np io date-on Revelstoke new-. The
olub members are Mrs. 1.. Solloway,
Miss .MeCarter, .Mrs. Kl-ou, Mra. F.B.
Lewis, Mrs. Wi-ken.-. Mrs, Kinniau.
Mrs. ('inti-, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Allan,
Purvis, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Wright, Mi
Purvis (Miss Betty McLennan j and
Mrs, Wright  (Mi b Myrtle Temple).
Mr, .John C. Clam, who will he
rcnicinlie'i'-il Uy the highly entertaining
lecture he gave last year will be hen
on Monday, Novembi i 10th. Mr.
Chun has beautiful colored Blides illus
trutin^' in a marvellous manner the
scenic wonders ofa trip through oui
Canadian Rockies, down the Partli
slope through California t., l.o Angeles. Many new slide- are added to
hi-1 collection,  including  soveral nuo
int; picture   Is,   The- lecture will   ht
pi\cn in St. .lohn'- church on Monday
evening, Nov. 10th.
The principals and     teachei    in the
pnblie   B liool     ' i .,.,1   LcstB  of   the
pupil-', eyes .-.II li' -i wi-.•-. until evei >
child in -.hool had heen carefully examined. A .. result, all monthly rt-
ports heal mystii figures whieh beiug
interpreted mean -10-10, very -iion>'
-iL'hi in both eye.-. IJ, excellent sight,
jn. '.oe.ii sight; 30, fair sight; 10, pool
The louble numbers apply to eaeb
eyi. a many pupils' eyes aro of nn-
equal itrength. Bach child was also
examined by the do-tors and reports'
given "n tic teeth, throat an.l nose,
Rev, Lashlcj Hall returned on Thurs
day from Toronto, where he has been
for two week- In attendance at the
general meeting of the Temperance and
Moral Refhnn committees of the medio lit chin. h. Mi. Mall leports that
tin- meeting Wai a very live one, mar-
lied Iiy czeat enthti-iastn. whi'h was*
regarded as the outcome ofa general
movement felt throughout all Canada
lowanl-    bettering social and   moral
conditions.    On   account ol   the  varied
activities of the worl, covered, the
na ni'- of thi- branch of church work
wa- changed to the social service department. The amount of work COS
iklered by thi^ department is enorm
on- Including reportl on child welfare.
Commercialized     anUSSISSnts,   polit,te'al
purity, industrial problem" and the so-
cial evil. Mr. Hall ls a member of the
two latter committees. A fuller report of the meeting will be given by
Mr. Hall in the near future.
I SATURDAY   NOVEMBER 1, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE NINE
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Revelstoke Assessment
District, Province of British Columbia.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Tuesday the llth Day of November, A.D. 1913, at the hour of 10 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 persons on
the 31st Day of December, 1912, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising the said
list, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED
NAMK OF  PERSON  ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL
Arrow Park Townsite.    Subdivision of Lot 4269 and part of Lot 373.    G. I. Plan No. 727.
oa 	
10 	
20   4.76 acres
2G   S.03 acres
27   7.77 ars
Kootenay Orchard Association  Lot...
Wilson.  Rich    Lot...
O. s. Dodson  Lot..,
John McDonell  Lot...
Geo. Atkins  Lot..,
A. O. Holmes  Lot  35  10.55 acres
Mra. Mary Wak.'lin  Lot  37  10.03 acres
O. W. Wakelin  Lot  38  10.00 acres
C. D. Kimble  Lot  40  10.00 arcs
C.  D.  Lyiay  Lot   II   10.00 arts
Tbos. P. Sommerville  Lot  42  10.00 a.res
5.12 acres  $
4.09 a res 	
Waller 10. Sweeiins  Lot.,
L.  S.al.v  Lot..
H. L. Patfclson  Lot..
F.  E.  Myhill  Lot.,
Jas. Naylor  Lot.
Jas.  MeMullin  Lot..
. 47
. 90
. 94
. 97
.101
.105
Mrs.  S. H-wins  Lol 112  10.71
Mi* Teresa Daly  Loi 1!::   	
Mis. f. M. Fowler  Lot 115 	
A. R-  Squire  Lot 150 	
R. M. Tociri  Lol 1"1  	
J. R. McPherson  Lot 152 	
John L. Scott  Lot 155 	
E. Leiscester  Lot 170	
H. F. On-  Lot 174  1°.00 acres
A. R. .-Villi'.'  Lot 17--179  20.39 acres
10.00 ,1 res
l'i.!-" acres
9.7<> a res
10.01 a res
4.79 .v-res
8.<>.*! a.res
aci-es
. 8.^0 acres
.7.11 acres .
.I".fil a i-s
. 8.S5 acres
. S.44
. ''.i''i i
.lo.li ., res
1.50
1.25
3.75
2.00
.'.MO
*-*.75
7:90
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
•2 50
7.50 .
•2.50
1.25
2.25 ,
2.75
2.25
A.?
2.25 ,
6.70
2.50
7.00
2.50
5.00
.$   1.60
. 3.18
. 10.2.5*
. 2.00
. 13.70
. 12.S.5
. 12.85
.     ii.1.5
2.50
. 2.5H
.   22.50
i',.7.5
.   14.90
.     5.40
.     15.1.5
5.00
.    6.30
.     6.80
.   28.00
.10....
....$1.00 	
 >i    4.20
.05	
.... 1.00 	
      8.35
.10	
.10	
.... 1.00 	
.10	
.... 1.00  	
    17.55
.b0	
.. . 1.00 	
     22.:,:.
.10	
.... l.oo  	
.10	
.... 1.00 	
       '.1.75
.10	
.... 1.00 	
.... 1.00   	
      3.60
.10	
.10	
.... 1.00 	
.70	
... 1.00 	
31 7i)
.10	
... 1.00 	
.05	
.65	
... 1.0*1 	
.10	
... 1.00 	
    18.C5
.10	
... 1.00 	
      8.75
.55	
... 1.00 	
      7.10
.10	
...   l.OO  	
.10	
...  l.OO  	
.70	
...  1.00 	
.10	
.80	
... l.oo 	
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.10	
... 1.00 	
      3.60
.2"	
... 1.00 	
Arrowhead Townsite.    Subdivision part Lot 384, G. I. Plans 631-63la.
Mrs. Qeorginu Ballard  Block 1. Lot 1. House  $ lfi.00  $ 13.CO
ChoiiL' Hong Company   Block 1, Lots 4-6, Store      2S.70 	
Kwong Kini; Yuen Co Blo.k I, Lot 5, Store     32.00       l.'l.35
Margaret M.dairhran  Blo.k 1, Lot 7       5.00 	
Florence M. Wallace  Block 1, Lots s-'.i. Store      IC.SO     24.58
John ami  Robert Caley  Block 3. Lots 1-2, Hotel, Lot   17 nui Hn'.l    130.00    164.15
W. .1. Lightburne  Block ■ '.. Lots 5-6-7-. Hotel 10-11   103.no   101.86
Newman, Q  F Block 3; Lots --". Btore     40.00
Bin Bend Lumber Co Hick 3, Lots 16-16 and two house-       7.00
Mrs. E,  .1.  Kerr  Block 8, Lots 18-19 anil two houses       6.00
W. J. Lightburne  Bloek I, Lot 1      9.00
..,$1.45 Sl 00  3 :*>."-■
O. H. Kenny  Block
N. A. McEachern Block
Mike Furlak  Block
E. McOaghran Est Block
Thos. R. Parry  Block
W. C. Brewer  Block
S.  Ir.in Block
N. B. Smith  Block
W. C. Brewer  ..Block
Alex Purney  Block
Percy Boyl  Block 8, Lot
I,  l.ot- 3 to '.'.  Ine  5.25
.. 1.,- 6, and Hou i   2.00
. Loti 12-13-14. an-! He.use   6.MI
*, Loi-  15 ami 17  2,(Kl
:. Lots  1-2-:'.. Hou-   .,,.,! stable  5.M
7. Lot 4   mil House   3.00
7,  Lot 5 78
*, Loi- 11. 12. 13, ami House   1*2.00
30.-II
0.30
5.95
'.I.:::.
1.95
3.60
2.65
6.65
t  ,.5o
m.no
i.e •    1-2, and H.eii-e 	
Loti 7-8 	
4 to 20, an 1 House
Wallace Ludgate  Block 0.  Lot 7	
Win. S. Martin  Bloek  10. Lot  if, and H .use 	
N. McEachern  Block  io, Lots 9 to 11  ine've   4.80
Mrs. S irah Oilison  Block 4,  Lot   13    2.00
Oapt, L. II. Praser  Block  I, Lot- 17 ami IS, and House  40.(hi
('. II. Ketiney  Block 5, Lots 3 an'l 4   1.80
E. M C/mhrnii K-'t    B,  :. Bl.erk 16 and Hei-'   9.00
Mrs. Mny S. Smith  Pari Lot 384 O, I., 10 aeres   8 OO
Alex MoLennan  Pari Lot  394, O. !.. 1 acre  1.60
Casper R. Chenery  i'»ri Lot 3-1. 50'xU6'   1.7.5
Mrs. May  Anderson  Lots 1  ,n n. Block (j. Buil line, Plan 681D  8.0ft
3.011 	
1.5U 	
4.50       * 15
3.lo  (      1.00
33.00     25.15
4.11.5
2.00
17.011
■G.70
1.60
2.30
10.60
2.05..
8.25..
.25	
8.05	
9.75	
7..50	
J.no	
35	
1*.	
.5.1'	
.25	
.10	
.26	
.10	
.25	
.15	
.25 ...
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,15....
.70....
1.00
l.illl
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1.00
l.illl
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.'12. V
10
1.00   ll.."
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I.""     i*. .5 1
,00      :.' •
1.""   11.55
1.00   5.78
1.00   11 '."I
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1.00
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2.53
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5.IO
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:i 15
62.96
1.65
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20 on
Burton City Townsite, Subdivision Lot 745, G. I. Plan 637.
II.  Williamson  "I"1 k  3,  Lol   16  / $      .50
Eva  Uil.'Bin   » Block 3,   Loti   IT  nnil   18          0,110
1.00
1.90
 $1.00
75..,  1.00
.?    '2.50
,.    10.95 PAGE TEN.
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, IUI3
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL.
F. Western  , , Block 3, Lot 19      3.45
Jolia Liness   Block 3, Lots 20-21, and Stable  ....
\. A. Burton Block *!, Lots 13 nnd 14, 	
F.  Daly   Block   I,  Lots il   and  10 and House  	
Byron Burton  Blook 4, Lot  1-5 	
A, A. Burton  Block 4, Lot Hi	
Thos. F. Lnne  ......Block 7, Lot   13	
A. A. Burton Block T, Lot  11   	
mil
Alex McDonald  	
Frank Daly  -..Blo.k
F. G. Fauquier  .Block
Steven<-Dle9on   Company   Block
.-.In v Leary  Bloek
A.  A. Burton  .Block
F   Fasser - Block
Wm. Lovatt  Block
J,  C. Gore  Block   13, Lots I  and 2 ..
A.  A. Burt,en  Block 13. Lots 3-16 to 20
Block  S, Lot 15      1.
s.
Lot 16
s,
Lot  19
8,
Lot 20
12
Lots  1
12
. Lot 7
12
,  Lot  l
12
, Lot  1
and h.i ii
0.65
1.60
1.25
2.05
1.1)5
.80
.SO
10
1.85
2.95'
3.SS
3.10
1.05
3.35
1.05
1.60
4.50
2.55
1.15
1.40
1.00
1.40
1.30
1.00
1.30
1.30
2.05
.60
1.30'
1.00
2.80
7.70
.80  1.00   7.80
1.15  1.00 ,  8.88
.10  1.00   §... 3.85
.05  1.00  3.70
.20  1.00   4.25
.05  1,00   2.10
.05 a... 1.00   o  1.85
.05  1.00   3.25
.10  1.00   3.70
.15  1.00   4.00
.55..  1.00   5.80
.75  1.00   6.40
.15  1.00   6.30
.10  1.00  "  2.75
.75 .... 1.00    6.40
.10  1.00   3.15
.05  1.00   5.45
.20....  1.0(1   13.40
Beaton Townsite.   Subdivision Lots 502 and 505.     G. I. Plans 756
Mis. F. J. Fraser  Block 1, Lots 4-9 to 17-10. anil house20-21-22, house 34       G.15
E.  J. and (1.  Edge  Block 1, Lots 5 tn S, Blacksmith shop and stable  4   3.25
A.  B.  Witter   Block 1. Lot 2:'.,  and House        1.00
Mr-.  F.  J.  Fraser  Bloe'k 2, Lots 1 and 3  55
H.  G.  Nellis  ,  Block   I.  Lots  1   to 4, and Hotel    132.50
E. J. Branfoi'd  Block   1. Lots 5 to 8, House ami Blacksmith shop
Mr-. F.  J. Frnser  Block  4.  Lots 12 to  111 	
J.   A.  K.  Toliin   Block  1.  Loir 17  to 20. and House 	
Mrs. F.J. Fraser   Block  6,   Lots  1-2-5-6  	
Mr-.  F.   J.   Fraser   Bloek  6,   Lot   11   	
Mrs.  p.  VV.  Graham
Mr-
Mrs
Mi-
       0.00
       1.20
      2.00
 80
 , ."ii
Blo.k (i. Lois 12  to  14 and House      3:1.20
F. J. Fraser  Block 7, Lots i to 7  75
F.  J. Fra-er  Block Hi. Lots  I   to 8       1.60
F.  J. Fraser  Blo.k 20. Lots I  tu li        I.So
S.  A. Wcl>h  Block  20,  Lois 7 and  8       1.00
E.  Hillman   Block  20,  Lois  13  and  14   50
Mr-.  F.  .1.  Fraser  Bloek 24, Lois 1-2 ami House      2.00
E.   Hillman   Block 24, Lots 5 io 8       l.uo
Mi-.  F.  ,1.  Frasei    Block 2-,  Lot   1    .- 50
J. H. Croft   Block  20,  Lots  1  to   1  and  lions"  ,     19.pi
	
 ?  .III)....
....$1.00 	
 ?   7.45
 10	
....  1.00  	
      3.35
	
 05	
....   l.OO  	
      2.05
 05	
....  l.OO   	
       1.60
	
  21.65	
....  1.00  	
.10   .
1.00
10 HI
 05	
....   l.OO  	
      2.35
 10....
....   l.OO  	
 05....
....   l.OO  	
       1.85
 05....
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  10.70....
....   l.OO   ..
       .05....
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 OS	
....   1.00  	
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.... l.oo ...
	
 05	
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.... l.oo ....
....  1.00  	
	
 10
 05	
....   1.00  	
....   l.OO  	
      3.10
      8.05
 05....
....  1.00 	
	
    3,0(1	
.... 1.00 	
     23.60
Re-subdivision Lots 502 and 505.   Plan 756a.
Mrs. F. J. Fraser  Lots l-7-14a-14c-15-16a  s 12.00
E.  Hillman  Lots 11 and 110       5.00
S.  A. Webb  Lot 17 	
S.  A.  E. Hillman  Lm  1*1 	
Mis.  N.  Abrahamson  Lot 20 	
Hillman  Asa  I , Lot  22 	
I: "■   Gunn  Lots 25 and 2C
1.50
1.50
2.00
1.25
5.011
	
 $ 1.05....
....91.00 	
.... 1.00 	
 05....
....  l.OO  	
 05....
.... l.OO 	
      2.55
 10...
....  l.OO 	
 ....     3.10
	
 05....
.... 1.00 	
	
 45....
.... 1.00 	
Comaplix Townsite.   Subdivision Lots 1141 and 1142.    Plans 632 and 632a. and 632b.
J.  H. Younz  Block 12, Lot  7  $    2.50
J.   H.  Youiil-  Block l'i. Lots .'.•'•'   ini House 	
J.   H.  Youiil'   Block 13.   Lot  7.   -md House       12.50
R. M.  Evans  Block A. Lot   1" and stable 12 and H  * i  108.00
 $   .20..
.$1,011
.8    3.70
     iUO  1.00       46.80
  11.20  l.oo  123.90
Edgewood Townsite.    Subdivision Lots 182a.-183a.   Plan 915.
J.  Harold Clay Li
John A. Craven  I.
3.0"
.$   3.110   *
.20 $1.00  $   7.20
.20   1.00         4.20
Subdvision sub-lots 39 and 40.    Plan 924
H.  York 	
W.  A. Calder
 1.
*   I.S5
I 50
.$   2.75
1.66
..«
.10..
.10.,
..#1.1)0
,. 1.00
5.70
5.25
Ferguson Townsite.    Sub-Lots 1140-1145.    Plan 671
I ia Da*).-    B
L- •  II   ..    K
11 ■>* A. Laflerty 	
Ryai	
J. E. Freeze  , B
 '
Mo ire  :
Fi ti    Leb '•'•
•M\-  Bia k
IV.  8,  Newra in     Bloi k
1'.. E. Kirkpatri ■
.* -    n  Esl ,.', i   Walker  Block
ity I
M   f,. H. H ;
B iyne Bloi k
n Law ,....« Block
B   Crilly  ^ Block
.John Doherty r e-,t„ Block
Little E* ' Block
Wm. Griffith   .,  B
w. b. Bool Bn4 -J. -i. young  '
Ferguson EC t, anl Walker  '
P. H.  McLean  B
Baxter  RoliinHon    Block
Dennis McCarthy  Block
F. Gallon and Company 	
Tool and Voting  Block
FergUlOB  Est.  nnd Walker  B
II. Floyd  Bloek
Geo. Newman  Blook
.    *
:
-
ind  LS
l.o    6 and 7
i.
.
Lot   li
I...*   M    	
Lr,'    I?
Loi    19    .       B       Dg, 21.
■i
Loi -. 	
Lo   D ,
Lol   in 	
Ix>t« I  lo 7 	
toll 	
Lot* 18 to 21 	
Lot   -1   ami   BtlilcHng  	
I..*    I  	
I   10
8.20...,
.... 1.00 	
8.96....
.... l.oo 	
11 20
1.25....
....   1.00  ..
.25....
....  1.00 	
.... 1.00 ..
1   .16....
,...91.00 	
.... l.oo 	
.... 1.00 	
2.10	
     19.20
9.16	
....   1.00  	
....   1.00    .   ..
6.80	
.... 1.00 	
■2.15	
... l.OO  	
1.66.....
.... 1.00  	
4.65	
2.20.....
.... 1.00 	
■1.15.....
... l.oo 	
... 1.00  »	
22.30.....
... l.oo 	
1.30.,..,
... 1.00 	
.... l.oo	
.15	
15.70...
9.80 ..
...  1.00  	
.15	
... 1.00 	 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
TAGE ELEVEN
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT  DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOT Ali
5,
Lot 10
5,
Lot 13
5,
Lot 18
5,
Lot 1!)
5,
Lot 2u
5,
Lot 21
5,
Lot 2*->
6, Lot 2
G. Van Nostrami  Block
Mrs. Malletts  Blook
Mathew Reid  Blook
Angus Campbell Pluck
Johu McDonald  Bloe-k
Jean 0. Wilis  Block
Fred T.  Conway  Block
W. M. Brown   % Block
Reisterer anil Company Est Bloek ii, Lots 3 and *_,l 	
It. P. Pettipiece  Block ti, Lot (I and Building
Guy A.  Laflerty  Block li,   Lots  7 and 8  	
Mrs.  S.  O'Conner  Block  6,
Robt, Howson  Blook 6,
J. H. Harris Block 6,
Thos. More Blook (1,
Q. W. Urquhart  Blook fl,
F.  Carlson   Block 6,
Ferguson  Est. and  Walker  Bloek (I,
Andrew Ferguson  Blook 6, Lol
T.  Gallon ami Company  Blo.k  7,
Mrs. B, Clark  Block 7,
Donald Mcintosh  ». Blook 7.
Ferguson Est, and  Walker  Bloek 7,
Angus McDonald   Bloek 8,
Ferguson  Est.  ami   Walker 	
F.  L,  Houston 	
Lots n
Lot 13
Lois 11
Lot hi
Lot 17
Lot lb
Lois -JI
ami   12
an.l l-"i
7.00
6.18
1.00
10.55
9.55
7.35
5.7-,
4.00
2.00
11.7(1
11,05
18.30
.."eH
13.7H
.*.':,
12.30
5.90
Lots 4 and " ....
Lot i; 	
Lois 8 to ll) ....
Lots 7-15 to 24 .
Lots  I ami 2 	
.Block 8, Lots 3 to 11-13 t,
.Block 8,   Lot 31 	
Robt. Howson  Hlock li Lot 5 	
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Block 9,  Lots ii to 8-13 to
Pool and Young  Blook '■>.   Lot   10 	
H.  J. Haubury  Blo.k 9,  Lots  11  and  12 ..
B. Ci-illy  Elock   10, Lots 3 and   I  ....
Rich.  Davis   Block  10,  Loi  5 	
John Knowles  Bloek  10. Lot  6 	
Ferguson Est. and Walker,  Block
J. C. Klrkpatrick  ,.Bl.nk
Ferguson  Est. and Walker  Bloeki
Ferguson  Est. and Walker  BWk
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Bloek
Wm. Daney  Bloek
10, Loi- 7-10 to 24 	
10,  I.oi s and house 	
11  te.     II,    84    LolS    	
15, Lois  |  to 24 	
IB. Lots 1 to S 11  and  12
16, Lots 9 aud  l-U- 	
■10.90
-1.711
12. r.o
.2.-1
2.30
.25
.5(1
.50
.25
4.55
.25
12.3(1
.2.i
.50
.25
27.10
.50
Ferguson Est and Walker  Hlm-k 17, Lots I to 3-7 to 10
17,
Lot 4 	
l.o' 5 .-.mi House 	
L..I   11  	
Loi   12   ,
Lots n to 8-10  ami  It
21(1 Lot
! to n-i;
to
.1.  A.   Matin  3l.ick
H. anl fl.  Nellis  .... Biock 17.
Nels Anderson  Bloek 17,
.lie M. .I.elineon  Block   17,
Fergu-on Est.   ,. I Walker  Blook  IS,
Mammie Turner  Bloek IS. Lot *>
CA.  Irwin  Block  IS, L.u  12
Ferguson  E-t.  and  Walker  '*'.-rk-  pl  to 28,
Ferguson Est. ami  Walker  BL.eks 2'.'.  I.,,:.
Al.  M.  Pettipiece  Bliek 29, Lot 1	
Uuy A. Laflerty  Bloek 2'J. Lot 10 	
Robt.  Samson  Flejck 2'.', Lot 12	
Laura  J.  Wrong   Block 29, I.ui  I:: ami House 	
II.  Leckie-Ewing  Block 29,  Lois 11 to  18 and House ...
Andrew Ferguson  Blo.k 30,  Lots  1  to 2  ,
A. Forslund ...Block 30, Lot 4 	
.1   Fltzsimmins  Block 30. Lot 5  . ,
Ferguson  E-t.  and  Walker  Block 3D Lots 7-9-17 	
A. C. Mesker .....' Block 30, Lot 8 	
Thos. Gordon  j  Ble.ck 30, Lot In 	
Donald Milntosh  Blo.k  30,   Lot   II   	
W. A. Foote  Block 31', Lot 12	
J.  A. K. Tobin  '.BWk 80, Lots 13 to KS 	
Seldon Dane;  Block 30. Lots is and I'.i and Hon-,-..
John T.  Coleman Est Bloi k 30.  Loi  20 	
D.  A.   Me Dougal !  .. Bloek  30,   Lot  21 	
F. L.  Houston  .. Blo.-k 30,  Lots 22 to 21 and Hous-i ...
R. P. Pettipiece  Block 30, Le,ts 25-26 ami House ,
Fergu-on Est. and Walker  B'oe-k 31, Lois 1-2-8-9 to 12-17 to 26.
Wm.  Donald  Blook 31, Lots 3 and 7  ,
Basil Smith Block  31.   Lot   I   	
D.maid anl Drqukart  Bloek .'',1. Lot -i 	
I..  Boomer  Block  :'.ll   Lot   13 	
Albert  Sullivan  Block 32.   Lot  1  	
Ferguson E-t. anel Walker  Block 32, Lots 2 to 26	
Ferguson E-t. and Walker  Blocks 33 to 37, >n Lots 	
W   B. Pool  Block 38, Lots t 10 I 	
N.  Emo  Block  *'•-.  Lot 9 	
F.Tguson Est. and Walker  Block 38, Lots |n •„ n 	
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Block 89, Lois  I  lo 10 	
John T. Col..man Est Block  89,   Lots   I"  and  14
Floren.-e N. Gordon Block   10, Lots 5-6 and House 	
Ferguson  E=t. and Walker  Biock  10, Lots 7 to 11 	
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Block  11,  Lots 18-22 to 21 	
R- P"*r,V  Bloek 41. Lots 16-17 and House 	
s- I^ney       n!..e-k 41. Lot- 18-19 ftnd House 	
Frnnk Lebeau  Block  B0,  Lol   1   	
Mrs. C. Form  B!,)Ck SO, Lot 2 	
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Blo.k 50, Lot 3 	
Walter Edwards Block 50, Lot 4 	
Mrs.  Jas.  Cummings Est Blocv 10. Lot 5 aM,t Hotel 	
S. R. Slinger  Bloek 51',  Lot 6 	
8.  Daney   Block BO, Lots 7.S and Stable 	
•T. Knowhs  .Block 50. Lot 9 	
Ferguson  Est.  and Wnlker  Block 55, Lot? I and 2 	
Hairy Nellis  Block 55, Lot 3 	
J. Humer  Block 55,
.T. Lnughton  Bloek 55.
Mabel Gray  Blo.k B5,
M. 0.  H. Duncan  Blo<-k  B6,
Reistenr  an.l Co.,  E-t Plo*k  55.
R. Lnuehton  Blo.-k 55.
Dom. Magelo  Bloe-k 55,
fi. B.  Slinger  ,  Block 55,
•T. C. Klrkpatrick  Blo^k 55,
Lot  5 	
Lots 6-7-  ,n'i Hotel ...
Lot 9 	
Lot  10  	
Lots 13 to 15 	
Lots 10 and 17  	
Lot 21  	
Lot 22 	
Lots 23-01 and Stable
Ferguson Est. and Walker  ITnplotted Portion Lots UIO and 1145 G.  1.
.7.0 .
7.nu
.•"li .
3.S0 .
.2-"   .
.50 .
2.30 .
1.00 .
.25  ,
4.85
4.60  ,
•5.55
5. lull.."0
.40   ,
.50 ,
4.00
.25
1.50
2.in
4.7H
1.00
.50
2.00
3.10
7.a*)
5.50
2l.no
.25
10.iin
1.25
5.65
5.65
6.10
.25
.SO
19.00
2.30
.2"
.25
5,s0
4.00
.25
.25
33.90
2.00
.25
4.65
.25
1.25
44.75
.50
1.50
.50
.25
.50
5.90
6.50
.25'
7.20
3.45
.50
4.70
1.30..
20.00
10.09
... .....
rHT
.   2.50  l.OO   11.10
.    2.10...   1.00    9.2.r>
.      .10  1.00    2.10
.   4.35...   1.00   15.90
.   -1.35...   1.0(1   14.90
.   2.H0  l.OO    11.26
.   2.15  1.00    8.90
.    1.30...  1.00  6.30
.     .35  1.00   3.36
.   1.35  1.00   14.05
.   4.S5  1.00    10.90
.   6.85  1.00   26.15
.     .05  1.00    1.56
.   5.85  1.00  ..  20.56
.      .05   1.00        1.30
.    0.00    l.OO    19.30
.    2.20...   1.00  9.10
.     .05  1.00   1.30
.     .nr. 1.00     1.39
.   4.20  1.00    16.lt)
.   l.OO  1.00  ,   7.30
,   4.65  l.no   1&.1S
.     .(15  1.00   1.30
.1    .35...   l.OO    3.65
.      .115   1.00    1.30
.     .05  l.oo   1.55
.     .05  1.00   1.55
.     .115  1.00   1.30
,   1.60  1.00  ...4  7.15
.     .05  1.00   1.30
.   545   -1.00   ,  18.75
.     .05  1.00   1.30
.     .06  1.00   1.55
.     .ii.**)  1.00   1.30
.   9.25  1.00   37.35
.     .05  1.00   1.55
.     .05  1.00   1.30
.     .05  1.00   1.30
.     .05  1.00   1.55
.     .05  1.00   1.30
.     .06  1.00  .   1.53
.     .60  1.00   8.00
.     .05  1.00   1.55
.   1.20  l.Od  6.00
.     .05  l.UO   1.30
.     .05  1.00   1.55
.     .35  1.00   3.65
„     .05  1.00  2.05
..     .05  1.00  (   1.30
.    1.85  1.00    7.70
.    1.85  1.00    7.45
,.    1.36  1.00   8.40
..   1.80  1.00   8.20
.   2.70  1.00   15.20
..     .05  1.00   1.45
..     .05  1.00   1.55
..   1.25  1.00   C.25
..     .05  1.00   1.30
..     .15  1.00   2.65
..     .10.......... 1.00   3.50
..    1.55  1.00   7.25
..     .05  1.00   2.05
..     .05  1.00   1.55
..     .15  1.00   3.15
„     .80  1.00   4.90
,.   2.35  1.00   10.90
.     .45  1.00   6.95
.   7.55 *.. 1.00   29.55
  1.00   1.25
.   4.05  1.00   15.05
.     .15'.  1.00   2.40
,.   2.15  1.00   8.S0
,.   2.15  1.00   8.80
.   2.20  l.OO    9.30
  1.00   1.25
...... 1.00   1.50
.   6.45  1.00  I*   25.45
.     .50  1.00   3.80
.     .05  1.00      1.30
..     .05  1.00      1.30
,   1.95  1.00  8.75
..     .30  1.00   5.30
..     .05  1.00   1.30
..     .05  1.00   1.30
.. 12.75  1.00    47.66
..     .15  l.OO    3.15
  l.OO   1.25
..   1.56.  1.00   7.20
j            1.00  ,   1.95
..     .15  1.00    2.40
.. 12.55  1.00   58.30
..     .05  1.00    1.55
..     .10.  1.00   2.60
..     .05  l.OO   1.55
  1.00   1.25
..     .05  1.00   1 5->
..   2.20  1.00   9.10
..     .55  1.00   8.05
  l.on   1.25
.,   l.no  l.no   9.20
..    .7n  l.no   5.1B
..    .05  l.no   1.55
...   1.60  l.nn   7,30
.ir,  l.no   2.45
..   9.50  l.nn   30.io
..    .45 l.oo    ii.-ts
Gerrard Townsits.   Subdivision, Lot 5704.   G. I. Plan 892
Hillman and Pariaian  Bloek 1, Lota 1 and 3 - ?     .30
E. Mobbfl  Bloek 1. Lots' 3-4-5-11 to 26-29 to 38      2.25
E.  Mobbs  Block 2,  Lots 1  to IH  »      1.50
E. Mobbs  Block  I, Lots 1 to 3-10 to 20      1.50
E.  Mobbs  Block  5,   Lots  1  to 32      1.50
E. Mobbs  TJnplotted Portion Lot 5704, G. 1  * 75
.05...
 8   1.35
.10...
..... l.OO 	
      3.35
... 1.00 	
.05...
  1.00  „
.05...
      ».B5
.05 ,
  1.00	
      1.80
Nakusp Townsite    Sub I vision, Lot 397.   G. I., K D. Plan 494.
L.  .1. Edwards
I'. Ill-key 	
....Block 1, Lots 11-12-13 and two Houses
 Blo.k 2.  Lot 3 	
4.75
2.60
.$   1.85
 J   .40..
 35..
.$1.00
. 1.00
6.15
6.MD PACK TWELVE
THE   MAIL-HERALD    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1013
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OF  PERSON   ASSESSED
SHORT  DESCRIPTION  OV PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST  EXPENSES
TOTAL
Jas, 0, Graham  Bloek 2, Lot ii 	
Mrs,  Thos,  Uayford Bloek :S, Low 1  to 5, Store, 6-7-8
L    I.   Edwards  Dlock 3, Lots  10-11. Cottage,   12-11
0.  I.. Herridge  Block 8,  Lots 21 and 22 	
Mrs. Annie L. Gothier  Block 3, Lot 23 	
28 and 29
.50 ..
15.00  ..
6.50 ..
1.75...
2.20 ..
3, Lots
I, Loi-
I,
I,
James Sneddon  Block
T. ll. Bobart  "lock
H.   J.  Mercer  Block
Mi  ■ CL   Herndgo  Hlo'k
F. H-  Bourne  Illock 5,
Wm. Herridge  Block 5,
L.  ,1.  Edwards  "lock :.,
Mra,  Annie Kelliher   Block -'>.
J.  A. Thew  Hlock 5,
Peter Genelle  Block ii,
.1.  Wuflsohn  -  Block i\
Wm,  D.  Reyden,  Sr Hlock 7,
Win.  Hudson  Block 7,
Thorneycraft and Cook  Block x,
Mercantile Development Company  Block 8,
J. s. Crowell  Block -,
G. Geisluicht  Block 8,
H. G. Mercer  Elock 8, Lot 12
Harvie  Robertson   Block S,  Lot 1
M and 25       1.75
11   to 15, and Hotel  30.0(1
Lot   22   *       6.10
Lot 23 and  Shop   '   2.0(1
Lots l and 2        1.75
Lots  16 and 17      2.00
Lois 23-24-25  and Building      4.8a
Lot  2-8 and Shacks      2.00
Lou 29 and HO 	
Lots 1-2-3 and He.use  -       6.80
Lots 21 and 25  . .  11.95
Lot 3 and House       1.50
Lois 21   and 22        1.00
Lote 4-5       1-70
Lots 6 and 7  11,50
Lot   -   and  Shop       4.00
Lot H  50
       C.10
  S.00
H. G.  Mercer  Block  10, Lots 9 and  10  - 9.80
L-  J.  Edwards  Block   ll, Lois  8-9-10    1-50
m. A. Virtue  a Block  15, Lois 3 and 5   LOO
Mrs. A.  L. Gothier  Block 15, Lots 11 and 12   3.85
F.  Wensley  Block 16, Lot 13 and Cottage  12.90
io 2d and two hou-.e
5   -.a I House	
W.  !•:.  Cox  Block 16, Lot 14
L.  F.  McDougald   Blo.k   16, Lots  15
Peter Genelle  Block 18, Lot  7 	
A. B. Girand  Block  19, Lots  i  and
Idi  M.  Matson  Blo.k 20.  Lot  -I  	
D. W. Crosby  Block 21, Lot 6 	
Mrs.  Ellen Blockelsby  Block 24, Lot 3 	
Alex W.   Smith  Blo.k 37. Lot 10  ,	
Mrs.  F.  J.   Richmond  Block 3.S, Lot 5 	
J. F. Funk   Block 3S, Lot  9 and House
Eugene Levesque Block 39, Lots 9-10 and 11       1.50
A.  Parkinson  Block 39, Lots 15 and 16  .. 25
Miss Hay Ross Block 46, Lots 19 and 20       1.50
Sam Henry  Pari   Lots 397, and 398, G.l,  S.L.      15, 397, S.L.      1, 39S      11.00
J. M. Cameron  Part Lot 398, S. L. 9 and 10     15.00
Gustav Horke  , Part Lot 397, Lot I. S.L. 16       4.00
M.  Newland  Pari Lot 397, Lot 6, S.L. 16      4.00
L.  .1. Edwards  Part Lot 397, Lot  13, S-L. 16     18.0H
Col   Valley  Land Company Part  Lot 308, S.L. 8      12.00
.:.0
7.25
.85
1.00
.75
.50
2.25.,
1.55
2.60
2.00
17.SO
1.85
2.15
58.65
2.10
2.55
1.40
2.35
40.2(1
S.45
3.90
J. 10
■LIT.
1.05
1.05
2.15
2.15
4.05
3.40
-.i."i
11.10
1.06
4.40
.95
1.65
.95
1.75
2.80
> 2.20
.77.
1.95
1C.10
33.30
,06	
40	
15	
,20	
,10	
25	
15	
10	
,10...	
10...	
30...	
10... ...
.45....
3.25....
.10..
.05..
.20..
.15..
.30..
:.35..
.3.1	
.35..
.15..
.40..
.10  1.
.10.,
.10..
.70...
.80  1
,30  1
.80  1
.55  1
.nil   1.50
00   34.85
00  ,  7.90
(id   2.90
0U   5.25
00  5.00
(10  ,  91.90
00   11.35
.00   3.10
00   5.4H
.0(1  4.50
0(1  ,   6.15
00   5.45
OO  ,  41.2(1
00   16.70
.(HI   20.U"
.00     2..50
(HI  ,  2.0(1
00   4.90
00   20.70
00      6.25
00   2.55
00   11.40
00   15.05
00   17.20
00   2.50
00   2.00
00   9.00
iki   19.15
OO-   3.05
UO   19.70
00   2.00
Ofl   6.40
00   2.70
00  1,50
00   5.25
00   3.65
00   6.76
Ofl   5.90
00   4.80
00   2.00
00   4.55
no   28.10
00   16.70
on     .,..... 5.30
0(1   5.30
0(1   ,20.80
no   16.81
Crescent Bay Orchards.   Subdivision, sub-lots 11 to 18 of Lot 398.   G. I. Flan 959.
A i      Low,•!! Lots  15a  and   16
,V     l.-o
1.85
.$1.00
,$   4.ir.
Subdivision, Part Lot 397.   G. I. Plan 980.
E. W. C.lanville  Lot 7 	
C  : -ne   a   Valley  Land Company   Lots 8 to 24-26 to 33-61 to 62 I
R.  H. L. Girling  W        I2S and Wi  1 129 	
Ji-. Munro  * Lot 130 	
V   W,     rowell    Lol 134  	
.!    S. Crowell  Loi 135  	
R.  P. Kirk  „ Lot 139     	
Mrs. C. L. Herridge  Lot 140 	
C.  Gregory  Lot
B. Parkinson  Lot
C. H.  Harris   Lot 150  	
Hunter Gardner  Lot 151  	
0.  J. Griggs  	
A. S. Snider  Lot 156 and 11
BJ .   29-144-145-148-15S    to]90-149
141
142
..  125.0" 	
  112.15
.     -2.no  	
$    2.00  	
5    2.n0
|    2.00
. ,,(,
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J. Carry   ..  -
A. C. Pike 	
J. L. Whitney 	
Edw. Dre.'oid	
C. B. Taylor 	
E. L. Hart and T. A.  D.  Ko-a
J.   A.   _San .ervon   	
A. E. I'e-ar-on 	
T.  A.  D. Ross   I
H   P.
— on ...
A. Jeni ins 	
* -.    ■ •• Funk  ...
Chas. EhleU
A. Garvey   .  .
D. M Kinnon  .
J.  C.  Hart  	
Cha3.    L.    Copp      -'
Bim anl McDonald  „ Blo
E. L. Hart  Bl
B. M. Gillespie      B ■ •■
J.  Carolan    Bl
D. L. Doyle  B ;  -ml   -
F. II. Gibb  B     r.
Ed".*. Pergu on  B
Henry Mairmi-on B
H. C. Danfnrand   Bl
W. H. Casey and W. J, Murphy  I
A. C. Pike  Bl
A. G.  Caldwell   * B
Geo.  H i.'eman ,..B     k    .
Mrs.   Emma   Reid   <
E. J. Cody  I*
Mrs.  V.  Bishop  Block 7,
Hambly anl Erickson   '  n
J.   .1.   Cnm"ion    Block   7
Henrv  Thiry   Block 7,
James  Shields  Blocl. 7,
Prodbomme and Ncdeau  Block 7.
P.   McGregor  lllo I.  8,
B. Hart, and J. A. Ro*I  Block 8,
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Lot  8 	
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Lo-    13   ,nd  M
Loti   I 1    ■
Lots   19   to 22	
Lol ' 23 and 24 	
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.   1.46  1.00  7.75
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.     .s5  1.00     5.3."
.     ,30  1.00   3.30
.     .30  1.00   3.00
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.    1.35  l.OO   6.55
..      .15  1.00   2.30
.   1.36  1.00   6.66
  1.00   11.15
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.   1.36  1.00   8.5S
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  l.oo   1.38 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGB THIRTEEN
a
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
\i
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OP PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL.
A. G. Johnston  Bloek S, Lots 11  and  12       1
James Ball  , Block 8, Lot 19 	
F. A. Tamble  Block 8, Lot 22 and Building      11
H. Map-nuson  Block 8, Lots 23 and 21  „ ,     1
Mrs. A. B. Ratelifle  , Block 9, Lots 1 and 2       6
John Hambly  Block 10, Lot 2 	
John Olson Block  10, Lot 5       5
Aug. 0. Ostby  , Block 10, Lot (i       1
Chas.  Ehlers  ; Block   10, Lot 8 and Buikline  fc    59
Wm. Schnell  Block
Fred Kaiser  Block 10
Wm.   Schnell   fBIock  A,
Mrs. Nellie Sims  Block  A,
Chns.  Ehlers    Illock  A
Alex Austin  Block  A,
Mrs. May Jennings  Hlock A,
Miss  Maejjeie Clifton   ...Block  A,
Samuel  K.   Algrcn  Block  A,  Lol   10        3
10, Lot 8 and Buihling  %	
10, Lot 9 and Barber Shop 	
Lots 10 and 11      22
Lots 1-2 and Building      IS,
Lot   I   ,	
Lots 5 and  G 	
Lot   7  	
Lot  8 	
Lot 9 and House       9.2
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2.85
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31.85
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1,50
8.45
6.55
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12.35
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Plan 746a.
Anient Hansen  Lots 1  and
Andrew Garvey  , Lot IA 	
Arthur Duckett  Lot 6 	
.65
25
1.00
.$1.00 8   1.65
. 1.00        1.25
. 1.00       2.00
Trout Lake Townsite, Subdivision Lot 190.   G.L, KD.   Plan 530.
V. B   Wells
K. B   Wells
ct al
v. H   Well
F.   B    '•'•
et  al
'I '1
 Blocks 5 to  12-21 to 25-2-7-28  S
,t al  Block 2i*., Lots  1 to 24-27 to  18  ,	
K. B   Wells, ei al  Blocks 30 and 37	
K.  B   Wells, et al  Block 38, Lota 1 to 84-31 to 46	
 Bloek 39,  Lots 2 to 22-25 to 47	
 Block  10, Lots 3  to 12-15 to 22 	
F.  B.  Wells, et  al   Block   II,  LoN  2s  to   18	
V. B   Wells, et al  Block  12. Lot< 1 t0 43 ,	
y   H   vV'ell     et al  Block -It), Lots 1 to 21, 29 to 48	
y   |f.  Well  . et al  Bloek 49, Lots 16 to 18-32 and 33 	
y   it   Well     et al   Block ■"'l). Lots  25-26-28  to 30	
j,'   n   v. I   il  Block 51, Lots 2 and 4	
F. B. Wells, et al  Block 52, Lol  8 and Store  ,	
y   B.  Wi '   al  Block 52, Lots  15-17 19  to 31-33-34	
F. B. Wells  e1  al  Blo.k 58,  Lois   18  to -'2-25 to 27-2'.i	
y   j;   \\  [j    et  Bl    Blocks 54 and 65 and Unplotted Portion oi Lot I'.'O, G.l	
.1. \\. s. Charles  Block 39, Lol l	
H, q, v,   rden  Block 39, Lot 18  ,	
).;    \    |i,   man   Block  10, Lot-- 36-37  and House	
j_ ]|   Currie Est Block 4<i, I.e.i- 38-39 and House  ,	
Mi-   M   N*. K nnedy  Block 40,  Lots 42 and 43	
O.   Sandberg    Block  HI, Lois   II  and  15	
.lame-   B    11   Esl lf|0"k  l». Lot  Hi	
John Genelle Est  Block II. Lms  I iei  ,	
Mrs.  M.  Kelley  Block 41, Lots 23 and 21	
(.-.  h    Stillwell  Block  II, Lots 25 10 27  ,	
.1    Hii- Block  HI, Lot 23 •••	
Robert  i1  n  Block 46 Lot 21	
M Carthy   Block 40, Lot 25	
K. M- ".**.  '. Block 46, Lots 26-J27, and House	
Byvert Olson   Block  17, Lois 3-4 and House	
A. \     Vrn    r n       Block 4?. '-ol  5	
.1   M   Doj         Block  IT, Lm 6	
A. .1 I  Block  17, Lot 7	
\v. Cowan  Block   17,  Lot -  v	
A.rfi. i j ,;•  Bio k 17, I.eets 9 iee 11, House, 12 to 14, anl House	
John Pari ian  Block   17, Lots 15-10-J1" and House  	
Murray and  Johnson  Block  17. Lol 2~>	
K\n   i      .i on Block  17, Loi  26  .-	
It   Cowan  Block  17, Lots 28 tei 30 and    House    	
G. K"1'!"!   .n.i P. Shephatd  Block  17. Lot 31 and House	
t;,  *•*.    .. -:   ,  Blocl   17, I.,.-  32	
A. Vai     Block 17, Lot 33 and House 	
I,, )•;,,!  Blo.k   17,   Lol   34    	
Robt, Scoti  Block 47, Lot .'17 and II..use	
H, !•:. Ro .-I Block  17, Lots 38-39 anel Houso	
,\, i;   Fraser  Block 17, Lots 16 to 18 and House  ,	
D. I.   Kniii-ui  Block 48, Lota  1 and 2  ,	
li. s. Wll 'in  Block is, Lot  l -	
John   li'   toi     Blook 18,  1.01-   5 and  C  	
Dcnni-  M Carthy  Block I-, Lots in and II  ,	
lh .nd Smith  Blo k 48,  Lota 12 to II and House	
\    \|   Craig  Block 18,  Lot/15 t..  17 and  Stable  	
Bdward  Baillie  Block Is,  Lot    18  anl  19 	
A. ,,   Eraser  Block 18,  Lots 25 and 26   	
.1   Ferguson  Blocl t\ Lots 38 ami  House       	
y. c. Elliot  HI" - |v. • •"' 36 anel House	
Loui   Leve  juo  Block IS, Lots 37-J3S anl House  	
Stephen W I    Block 18, Lol	
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5.00
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6.50
4.50
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5.00
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.50
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  2.30
  3.20
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 55
  3.60
  1.65
  2.05
  5.45
,85
  1.35
  1.30
43.80   2:!.5".
B.00  	
Lot   11   ind H'.ii •
'.i 24 and 11   i ■ ■
■ k  19, Lol  -'-   in I House 	
i -     29 	
21
Jam      Hum    Blo I-  18
Thos. Blackwood  Block 18, Lo
B.  I..  Keniii-in   Block   19, Lots  2
Hon. Thos,  Taylor   Bli
J. McLennan  Block 49,
M<*l..tiii.in and Manson   Block 40, Lo   80
John Carlson  Block  19, Lot  31  	
Mrs. Ous Lund  Block  50, Lot-  23 anl
w. \i   Brown  Block 50, Lol 27  :	
j,  Flood   Block 51, Lol  3	
James  Himl    iBlock 51, Lot 5 and Blacksmith Shop	
N. G. Bridkson  Block 51, Loi 9	
Alex Bigger  Block 51, Lot 10	
Neil   Sainton    Block   51, Lol   11   	
A    M.  Craig  Block 51, Lotsl2-18 and House 	
,1   (•   Murray  Block 61, Loti 22-23 and  Store 	
Frank Abey  Block 51, Loti   21 and 28 end Building 	
Alex McLean  Block  51, Lol 2fl 	
Mr^ ,\. Fowler  Block 51, Lot 27 	
IL n. Hume      Block  51, Lol   2- 	
K, i;   Vlpond  Block 52, i..c  .:	
Bwan i'ui on   ....Block 52, Loi   i 	
A. <;. Frasei  Block v. Lol   < ~ and Store 	
(i.  C| man    Block   "'2. Lot   'I  an I   Shop          	
Ralph  HI  i:im..n   Block  52, Loi   11     nd  Building	
M. Beaton and B   it   Vlpond   Bli I      ling   	
.1 ,,!,■, Btaubei   Blo '   ' '■ '■"'  >' ■'■■,1 ,!"'■ • 	
John Han-I  Bl< id H 	
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p.  |,   clmk  Loti  1   '•■ 31,  and  three DOUKf, I'lan No.  530 B
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1,85
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7.60
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4.00
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HeHeHej PAGE FOURTEEN
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I, 19l»
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION  OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
OOBT AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAIi
Trout Lake City, First Addition i'ownsite. Subdivision part Lot 762.   G. I. Plan 530a
Lots 7 to 14 *   ;*°°
Lots 3-4- and House      1**',°
Lota 5 to 7 and Houso  -       1*"°
t  olBon  Block  3,  Lots 10  to 18       10,)
Hwrj   I.-   Oo<boe".'.*l.**.Tr..... Block3, Lots 22-23 one third,  24nndHoi.se      **™
Mrs   J. Pullman  Bloek 3, Lots W. on^-third of 24-25 aud House  ,  ■
H-.,irick,on  n'ock :!- Lols "6 *"d 27  -	
w. Abrahamson  Wook -•
Mr-   M. A.  Johnstone  Bloek :t-
j   Sweeney  Bl,,ck :i'
■
A.  A.  Bowman   Block
Gus. B-i-gh   Block
Nels BiKlin.-'  Bloek
 Block
Hugh McPherson 	
Alex  BiBBer  Blook
E. Hillman  Ull"'k
a. Vars  1J1'"k ,;
A. G. Fraser  M1*"'*
Ohas. Johnson  **l'"'k
0.   J.   Nelson    »'"cU
 Block
 Blo.k
'"",.'.. Block
 Block
Lots 1-2 anil House  	
Lots 11-1-2 nnd House 	
Lots  13 and 11  	
Lots  15 to 19 and House
1.50
1.75
.75
1 1.00
J.   MeDonald
C. Murray 	
B.  Smith  	
M.  Brown  ....
.Bl.
Lots 20 and House.      rj*00
Lot 21        ™°
Lots 1 to 3 House, 22 to 21 •     10'00
6, Lots 6 to 12  -      3OT
6, Lot 20  - ■■•!n
,.    ,    ,  .,,       1.10
t>.   Lot  21    '	
7, Lots 1   to   I  and House  - '-00
7, Lots  11-12 nnd Hourfe     in*G0
i,  Lot  1    80
8, Lots 7.8 and Hous.5      '5**>()
s, Lots 15 and 1*6  -       I*,'°
.$ 1.80
. 20.15
.     3,55
.90
. 11.45
.      2.00
.85
. 4.55
. 4.55
. 2.15
. 9.25
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2.50
2.75
1.75
21.40
10.90
4.25
21.00
7.85
7.10
3.80
5.25
14.05
2.70
10.95
10.4O
Trout Lake City, Second Addition Townsite, Subdivision part Lot 762.   G. I. Plan 530c
Andi.-w  Abrahamson  Block 2. Lots 1 to 24 $   9.05
Andrew  Abrahamson   Blo.ks :; to 7, 90 Lots     16,00
Jas,   Hunt Bloek 6, Lots 1 to 6       1.50
A   G. Fraser  Block 7. Lots 1 to 12        4.00
Andrew  Abrahamson  Blocks 10 to 12, 14 and 15.  104 Lots     19.20
Andrew Abrahamson  Block 16, Lot- 1-8-9       2.40
S. Daney  Bim k 16, Lot :'. 26
A.  M.  Cralfj   Blo.k   16,  Lot  ,i 50
S. .1. Graham  Bloek  iti. Lot 6      2.15
Andrew   Abrahamson   Block IK, Lot  I   su
Andrew  Abrahamson  Unplotted Portion Lot 762, G-. 1, K.D      3.20
Donald Mcintosh   Lots I  to 6, Subd. Lot 7, G. 1, K.D.   27.77 acres $    9.00
David Calder  Lots 7 to 13. K.D. Subd. 7, :'.t.49 acres     11.00
Chas. F.  Lindmark  Lots   14  to 29-:',-  lo  10, K.D.  04 acres  437.10
8.  Hall and  J.  Nutter  Blo I.s lund 13 ol Part Lot 373, K.D. G.   I,  Plan 019, 30 acres        1.50
John W.  Spencer  Blocks 5 und 10 of Part Lot 373, K.D. G.  I. Plan 919, 21 acres      :i-t5
s.  Hall   Blocks (3 and 14 of Part Lot 373. K.D.G.   I, Plan 919, 66 n.-ri-s      lo.OO
Margaret F. Dean  Block 7 ol Pari   Lot 373, K.D.. G.   l.Plan 919, :*.l acres  •   5.00
W.  H.   Viekers   , L"t   I'1- G. I.K.I'..   100 acres    36.20
E.  W.  B.  Paget        Lot  501, G, I,  K.D.. Bi-aton 293 aeres	
A.   M.  Craie  ...,„...J'mi   Lot  769, G. I,  K.D., Trout  Lake LIMi ncres 	
A.   M.   Cru i    ,.-,.. S.K.   1 TT'l.  G. I,   K.H..  Trout  Lak..,    -1   ncres  	
M. Beaton  W.   | 770, G, '.. K■]).. Trout Laki-. 160 acres  	
Canadian  Pacific Lum   i   io    Part  Lol   "fil, G.l,, K.D.. mill, Arrow   Lake,   156 acres  	
j. b. Old  "an Lol 864, Arrow Lake, 145 acres	
Hi.li Kar.-tenv Blo-U  A  to D,  H..I.K.  of Lot  S64,   K.D., G.l,  Plan 812,  I- acres 	
u nn 	
Be it.in   ui t  V.-zina	
Tho*. Shaw   	
James Shaw 	
E.  A. Mott	
R, il.  BUi« 	
Ge .  He I'-.en 	
G   tft       	
F   C.  Elliot!   	
Est. Wm. Baty 	
Mrs   Ellen  M Di
S      War. M     	
J. E. Anuable 	
R   K   Berrington 	
W. J   Mosl >   	
Win    Ripley  ,,-. I H
D.   Wo Is -y    	
 Blocks E. anl F. and balance of Lot S 34. 323 acres 	
 Blo k  L   ei Lot  -il.  K.D., G. I.    9.25  , res  	
 Blo k  M. .ei  Lot   364,  K.D.,  G, I, 9.59 a«*res  —	
 Block 0, of Lot  -'.I. K.D.. G. 1. 14-1   icres 	
 Blo - il     I  Lot   -'.1. K.D..  G. 1, 29.5   . 	
 Blm-k R. ,,:' I.e.    -i.t. Kill.. G. I, :*■ 	
 Pari   Lot  869   B  --■    * G.l, K.D..   i'i r.  905,  323.9 acres	
 '      •   Li 17,  G.l,   K.D    Utlacre    	
 '■  ■    Lot iinsr, G       K-D n     27.20
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8, li   F  Block   \  if i.     G548, Plan 975, D  I, K.D.,     ' %   12.00
P   Han  Loti 1 nm!   * of Block C of Lol I    K D      - I   acres
F ;.•■   Taj M Quarrie  Part Lol 6549, 0. I. KI).. 140 acres	
W.   H.  Thom  Part  Lot 6519,  O.l, K.D.,   141
Frank German Bin k   -  of  Lot 6549, G. I,   K.n.   ••
>h  Grafton   Blo      : 1-3-5-9 and 10 of  Lot 6919,    plan 923, O. 1   K.D., 88 acre     32.0(1
p. O'Bhea  -     I nl Lot 6919, G, I, K.D, 138 a«ei    . 	
Metropolitan Gold -n.l Bilver Mng CoLol   7047, Ferguson, <"<• l, Kit, too acre   144.00
Cha.«. Karsten  B Lot 7106, <"<■ I, K.D., 9.07 acre        1.60
B. Andrew  Pnrl  Bub Lol   19 Of Lot 7159 ffldgewoofl, G   I, K D., 18 acres I 19.00
Wilfred Wolaterholre  Block  I ol Lol 7540, Map 932  G. I, K D    I8acre       5.70
Rob'. Holmes  Blocks 6 and fi. Lot, 7510  G. I, K.D., 36 acres    H.oo
S. J. Harlow  Blocks 3 and 5, Lot 7003  0. I, K.li , 81.65 acres  ,       7.25
H. L. Maitnrion  Lot 7955  G, I , K.n, r,o aores       R.oo
W. F. Oirih-ie :....Lot 7958  <•■ l. K.D,,  136 acres     78.00
,,   p,  Kan"  ■ !''>'  7387  '•• U  '<•!'•. S1.4  aorei      M.00
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.58  2.00   71.65
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE  FIFTEEN
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OP PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SOHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL
Beaton and Vezina  Lol 7802   G.   1, K. D	
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot 7970  G. I, K.D., 03 acres
Arrow Lake Orchurds Limited  Lot 7!M0  G. 1,  K.D.,  640  acres
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot 70113   G. 1.   K.D,,  UIO  acres
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot 8n,'U   l.G. 1.   K.D.
Arrow Lake Orchards Limitod  Lot N033   G. 1,  K.D.
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot 80*11 G, 1,  K.D.
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot 8035  G. 1.  K.D.
Arrow Lako Orchards Limitod  Lol S04U   G. 1.  K.D.
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot 8080  „'!. I. K.D., 320 acres
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited   Lot 8177   G. 1.,   K.D., 040 acres
Arrow Lftke Orchards  Limitod  Lot s|;,s   <;. 1,  K.D. 76 acres  ...
  l'SO.25
     51.0(1
  324.00
  232.00
010  aeres    ''130.00
(126 acres   .'124.1111
151)  ucres      102.00
2S0 acres      66.80
557 acres  ;  224.00
   182.00
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lol  8143  G, 1, K.D.
Arrow Lake Orchards Limit.nl  Lot  s 102  (!.
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lol 8501  G.
Arrow I>ake Orchards Limitod  Lot s.'>()*>  > ';.
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Loi   K503  (1.
I, K.D.
I, K.D.
1. K.D.
I,  K.D.,
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lol 8501  G. 1
Arrow I^ake Orihards Limited  Lot   H.'.o.-,   G
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lol  S500  Q
Arrow I^ake Orchards Limited  Lol SOU  G
Harry Wagner  Bloek 7 ol Lot 8025  G
Thos. Graham  Block  8 ol Lot   8025  , G
•Geo.   Scott    Block '.I of 8025   G. I,
J. Bombarding and J. Merslate  Blooks  1   to  1 ol Lot 8020  G. I,
K.D!
I.  K.D
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I
1.
460 aires 	
365  acres  	
32"   acres'  	
8li   acres	
240  a.res  	
...4(1   acres         17.60
2.18 „cres   U6.no
320   ucres       :   188.(10
221.0(1
29.00
15ti.on
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35.20
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£70
K.D
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K.D., 7.:. ii
A.   P.   Hammalman   Block 5
A.  B.   Hammalman  Block li
,l" Ixil  8ll2l*i
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K.D., 10 acres ..
K.D. 39 acres ..
K.D?,  9.75  acres
if Lot 8026  G. I,  K.D., 0.75
Loi   MI2I1,
J. E. Annable ra Hlncks  7-0 to   1*1-13-14-10
V J. Miller  Ul,,ck   12 of  Loi   8020 	
John Roberts  Block 5 of Lot S029 	
W.   V.   Marshall Blocks  l-s und  21   of Loi  s0-_>9  	
J.   E.   Annable   Lol   N082   .-	
Joseph Grafton  Blo.-ks  I   lo   I,  7 to  Hi of Loi  8045
lv   I*.   Arthur   ',,,1   8039	
E.   C.   Arthur    Lot   81*17   	
K.   C.   Arthur    lol   8048  	
Fred  Wensley  Pari   Loi   8129,   pinn  L032  	
J.   H.   Duckworth    Bloek 2 of  Lol   8129  	
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3.00
2.00
7.50
7.20
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3. GO
32.05
12.00
14.1111
1, K.D.,  121.75 acres	
1.  K.D.,  10.34 acres	
....G.l, K.n.. 20 acres 	
....".. 1.  K.D'.. 2H.5  acres      3.25
...'-,. I.   K.D.,   10(1  a.res       24.50
Plnn.020, G.l, K.I).,  120.36 acres    29.75
,...G. l, K.D., lf.0 aeres     15.00
I.   K.D.,  4>0   u'-res  $ SC1.00
I,   K.D..  ilin acres  	
1, K.D., 05 acres 	
25.15 acres	
135.94 a.res   „.	
304 a.res  .'*	
ill acres 	
12(1  aires  	
320.0 aires  	
100 aires   .	
103 acres	
KiO a.res  	
  120.11(1
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L,  F.  McDougald  '.,,i   8130   G. I.  K.D.,  135.94 aires   „.  21.75
L.  F,   McDougald  Lot   8151*1    G.  I,  K.D., 304 a.res  .'*  35.00
L. li. Praser  Lot sum  ,  g. I, k.D.. in acres  25.00
F.  A. Currier et  al  Pari   Loi   sis-,   Q. 1.   K.D..  120  acres    36.n0
Giant Realty Company  Lol  snm  G.l. K.D.. 320.0 acres   24.00
Robert  Sanderson   Lot   84n|    G.l, K.D.,  160 aires  , , s.00
Grnnt  and Simmers Loin  8405-8106-8107  G.l,  K.D.. Iti3 acres  12.25
F.  .1.   Harlow   Lol   9323    G. 1..   K.D..   HiO a.res    20.50
Henry   Itronby   Bloek  I  of W.J  nf Section  18, Towp. 7n.  Plan 890, K.D.,  2*^.03 acres  S   5.00
Mix  Barnet  Blo.ks 2 tc 4, 6.7.0 and in. W.i Sc.-. s, Twp. 70,  K.D..  215 acres   02.40
Hev.   W.   0.   Calder    I'uti   N.E.   ',  and  Pari   S.B.   ', Sec. 28, Twp.  23. K.D..  80 acres  17.90
Columbia Fruit Lands Company  E, 1   N.F..  *.   Bection '-'2, Twp. 23, K.n., «n acre--  f  10.00
W.   A.   Calder  S.W.J  .if B.J, S.E. J of Wll Section  12. Twp.  69,  K.D..  100 acres  50.00
W.  A. Calder  S.W.  *  Section 22, Twp. 69, K.D., 160 acres  79.nn
W.   A.   ('aider   \*.  K.   J   Section 22, Twp. 09, K.D.,  160 acres  42.On
W.  A.  Calder  8,  D.   !  Section 22, Twp. 69, K.D.. 160  acres  15.00
W.  A.  Calder  N.W.   J   Section  22, Twp. 09, K.D.,  16n acres  15.nn
W.   A.   Oalder   W.   1   Sectio,,   14.  Twp.  B9,   K.D., 320 ucres    „  00.00
W.   A.  Cald.r  VV.  1 N.W.   1   und  S ,W. .j.  Section 23 Twp. 09, K.D., 240 acres   20.0n
W.  A.  ("aider  N.F..   i  Section   15, Twp.  09. K.D., 16 I acres  ,  46.00
Al  Caponero   N. Part S.W. J  Section 14, Twp. 23. lK.D.. 90.2 acres  15.00
Jos.  Dolan  Est Part  Section 20. Twp. 23, K.D. 94 acres   9.00
Edgewood  Orchards Limited   Lots 7,  9 to  11,13,  Ki. 17,  19, 21, 22, 25, 28, to 30. 41, 42.00 to 146,  149 to
201, 2n:!,2il.-i, to 260, 269 to 334, 343, to380.  382 to 391,   303 to   121 of  Subdivi
-inn  See's. 3  to 5.   13,  11  16,  20. 21, 23,21,26 to 20,32 to   35,  Plan 960,  5291
Lie- 1010.00
W.   R,  Calder  W.J   N.W.   •   S-. tion 13, S.E.   } Section  23. Twp.  09.  K.D..  240  acres    48.00
Fn.   Valley Orchards  Limited   'v   J and  H.i uf W.  J Section 3, Twp. 09. K.D..  480.07 acres  96.nn
Fire   Valley Orchards  Limited    W.  J   Section   10,  Twp.  69,  K.D., 32" acres  112.00
Fin-   Valley Orchards Limit.-d   "3. ' of B.  )  Bection 9, Twp. 09, K.D. loo acres   32.00
Fire  Valley Orchards Limited   W. 1  of  S.W.   J   Section 11. Twp. 69   -"  ucres  2*\00
Fire  Valley Orchards Limited  S.E.  i  Section in, Twp. 69, K.D.. 16] acres   32.nn
Fire  Valley Orchards  Limited    S.W. ■**   Section  15, Twp. 69,  K.D., 160   acres     32.00
Fire  Valley Orchards  Limited   E.   I   S.E.  }  Section 10. Twp.  09.  K. D.,  80 acres  16.00
Fn-  Valley Orchards  Limitod   W.-J  N.E.}   E.J N.W.I and N.W.} of N.W-!.  See.2, Twp.  09, K.D., 200 acres......  40.00
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73.70
243.86
144.46
245.75
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Fire-   Valley  Orchard
Fire Valley Orchard
Fm' Valley Orchard
Gram   and   Simmers
Henry  F.   Hay  	
.l.\-.  W.  Haner 	
C B. Hume und B.
L.  M.  Haear  	
Limitod   W.J  N.W.J  and N.W.} of S.W.4l,Ser.3.NE.} of N.E.l.Scc.t,Twp.69,K.D.160   ac     32.00
Limited   W.J  N.B.t.Sec. 2<*,W.J,S.E.}, Sec. 36,Twp. 71, K.D.. 167 acres     83.20
Limited   S.W.J of N.W.J  and W.J  S.W.J. See. 7. Twp. 70. K.D..  12n.2 acreB    66.^0
 K.  i N.W.J nnd N.W. J of N.E.}, Seciion 7, Twp.  70. K.D.,  110.57 ncres  ? 22.00
.20	
1.15	
2.10	
2.16	
1.10	
.35	
1.68	
.20	
1.80	
3.00	
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10.7.5	
4.20	
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.00    28.35
.01   62.75
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A. Lawson
 S.i   N.10.J,  Section 23, Twp. 23. K.D. 80  acres  	
 S.F..  ;,  Seciion 35, Twp. 23, K.D., 16n aores 	
 3.E.   ',. Section 23, Twp. 23, K.D., 16'i acres	
 Part  N.E.} of N.E.  J, Section 14 and house. Twp. 23,  K.D.. 20 acres
     27.50  	
    42.50  	
     30.00  	
,.       7.50  	
Fred  Hiskett   Lot  23, Twps. 68 and 6'.', K.D., 11.9   acres  '    3.00  	
L. M.  Hamlin  Lot   14s,  Twps.  08 and 69,  K.D., 6.2 acres   :....      1.50   ,
W.  Howarth and W.  Skidmore   Lot 202, Twps. (is and 69, K.D.. 14.28 acres      3.50  	
Wm. Kirby, Sr E.J  W.J  S.W.J  and W.J E.J S.W.},   Section 19, Twp. 70,  K.D., 80 acres    25.60 	
Mrs.   Mary  Lo//i  Und. one-third ot S.J N.W.},  Section 1, Twp. 23, K.D., 20.6 acres        5.00     	
Jo-.  Lonzo  N.J  S.W.}.  Section 26, Twp. 23, K.D. 80 acres      20.00  	
Tho-.  Lewis  , All  that portion lying south of lllecillewaet River in Ej,Sec.2G,Twp.23, K.l
D.,  s0 acres       32.00   	
C.  F.  Lindmark   L.S.D. 12, Sec. 28, Twp. 23, US acres W.J L.S.D. of Sec. 32, 2.30 acres mill
ii.s,   1-2-3-4  19.36 acres, E.J  L.S.D. 1. 32, 10.03 acres, Part S.W.} Sec, 33,
37 a.res, Pt. L.S.D. 1 and 5, Section 33, 2 acres, K.D , Totalacreage 188.69 8 59.00  	
Robt.  A.  Mathie  Lot 88/Twps. 68 and 69, K.D., 9.11 acres        2.75  	
Mrs.   0.  Radclifle  L.S.I) 6 oi Section 16, Twp. 25, Albert  Canyon, K.D., 40 acres      5.00 	
G.  B.  McMillan  H.J  S.K.J, Seel, Twp. (ill, E.J  N.E.}, Section 36, Twp.  71, K.D., 160 acres     55.00   ,
F. McCarty  N.J, N.W.}, Section 23, Twp. 23, K.D. so acres     45.50  	
Tho-. McMahon Est S.W.Pt.   S.W.}   Sec.33 and  N.W.P   N.W.  }, Sec. 28, Twp.23, K.D., 56 acres     17.50	
han   McPherson   Lot   12 of Twops. 68 and 69,  K.D., 10 ncres         3.00  ,	
M (iiicheon Bros Lots 73   to 76, Twps. 68 & 09,  Plan '.Kin,  K.D., 40 acres        8.00  	
Wm. C.  RusV-el  Lot  15, Twps. 68 and 69, K.D., 10 acres  .       3.00   	
Dr.   D.   Rninville   Lot 204,  Twps.   68 and 69,  K.D., 16.07  ncres       3.50   .
Gabriel  Sirianni  ,*N.W.}, Sec. 24, Twp. 2.3, K.D., 160 acres     15.00 	
John Skotrstrom  .•  N.W.J   10 L.S.D. 15, Sec. 9, Twp. 25, K.D., 164 aerts      10.00 	
W.  E.   Smith   Part N.W.},  Section 25, Twp.  23,  K.D., 0 acres      4.00   ,...
Cha-.  Turnross Est N.J  N.E.}, Section 33, Twp.23, Greelv Creek, K.D., SO acres     21.60  	
W. J. Twiss  Lot  20, Twps.  68 &69, K.D.,  7.8 acres      2.00 ■.	
Fred W. Thompson  Lot 196, Twps. 6S nnd 69, K.D., 6.4 acres       2.00 	
Wm. Williams  Blks. 1 to 8-11 to 24 of W.J, Sec. 24, Twp. 71.S.L.2 of Lot 7159, Plan 1049,
Blocks 8a.  9,10 &   13a of  Lot  10583.G.  1, KD„ 361.9 acres     30.00   ,
Thos. E.  Wilson  Lot 117, Tvpsf 68 and 69, K.D., 11.4   acres        3.25 	
H.E. Wnllisl N. Ward and H. Wallis...Part S.J S.E.}, Section 33, Twp. 20,   *«-.n.,   10 acres       2.50  	
35.80
.lames   Cleland    Subd.  Sec.  1,   Villa Lots  25-26 and  he'
R.  R. Copeland  Lot 4, Block 6; Lot 4, Block 10 Lot **,
Jos. Oritelll Lois 1-3 und house, Block 3, K.D	
P. W.  Cameron  Villa Lot 9,  Section 27, K.D	
Mrs. R.  N. Doyle  Villa Lot 36,  K.D	
Raftac!   Ditomnssi    Lol   I'.i. Block 6, K.D	
Bwlng and  McGiiiic   Lot  7,  Blo.'l;  9,   K,D	
E.  C.  Fromey  Villa Lot 42,  C	
B.  C.  Fromey  Lots 1 and 2, Block 61, K.D	
G. Falzntto  Lot  3. Block B.,  C ffl	
J. P. Forde  Lot- 9, ID and 11. W.J of 12 and lions
M.  Fuoco    /     I-."1  1  and house,  Blook 7,  C	
Clarence Gooch   Villa Lot 23    K.D fi>	
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Helena  Goch   Lot 2, Block 3, Lots 11 and  12, Block   '
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.JC PAGE SIXTEEN
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I, 191$
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL.
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Chas.
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C. F.
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Mrs,
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G. Hansen   Villa Lot 1 and Lot 1, Block 8, K.D  6.50
1-Vthn  Lot 4, Block 10, K.D  3.70
Johelka  Lot 4, Block 2, K.D  5.00
Lindmark  Lots 1 and 2, Block 4, C  :5-50
iei Minotti  Lot 7. Block 2, K.D." -  :*-50
Micieli  '.>.....Lot  10, Blocl: 4 and Lots 4 nnd 5, Block 3, K.D  3.25
Boiler  Villa Lot 39, E.i Lots 12 and 13, Block f.0, K.D i  34.70
Siriunnn  Lot 2,  Bloc* 7,Sectdon 27, Twp. 23, C  2.50
arohuc  Lot 8. Block 9, K.D *  3.25..
R. A. Upper  N.J Lot 29 and house, K.D  6-00
Clark  Part S.E.J, Section 27, Twp. 23, G  12-00
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Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, this 15th day of October, 1913.
N. R> BROWN,
Deputy Assessor and^Collector.
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