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RKVELSTOhE. B. C. UCTOBEB 25, 1913
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MUSICAL
SOCIETY
The above society are actively engaged preparing for their lirst concert
which Will he held on Friday evening,
November 28th. Considerable progress
has been made under thc tuition of
Professor Brownell and they have uow
got together .1 Well balanced choir of
iM  male voices.
The tir.-t concert will consist of choruses from Faust and 11 Trovatore, etc.
glees, quartettes, trios, duets and solos, both humorous and otherwise.
The music loving puhlii- of Revel -
stol.e can certainly look forward to a
musical treat on Friday evening Nov.
'28th.
C. P. R. Progress '
Timber Conference Postponed [PREMIERS
EMPTY
The  Canadian  Pacific  Uailway  management i- nothing if not  progressive,
and after trying oil fuel in portions of  blocked with debris resulting [rom tl
the  mountain     section-,  experiments   explosion.
The conference between officials of
the forest branch of the department
of lands and representatives from the
lumber manufacturers and crown timber licenses whieh was toibavi opened
next Monday, has been postponed until November IT. The. meeting is call-
i-il to discuss the proposals for the
change In the amount of the present
loyalty of fifty tents per thousand ft.
ami to determine the numlier of years
which thi- agreement will   remain ln
Miners Entombed
Two hundred and eighty miners wen
entombed in an explosion in the iv'wj
No, 2 of tho Sat Canon Fuel Company
at Dawson, N.M., at DttJo o'clock on
Wednesday morning. The entombed
men included General Superintendent
McDermott and several other Ame I
can miners. The cause of the explosion   is  unknown.
Meagre reports received up to 9:45
p.m. were lhat only rive miners h.t 1
•been taken from the upper levels aii.--.
These reports stated thai most of the
day s'hift were employed below the
Becond   level,    where    the shaft      was
IMPORTANT
CONFERENCE
CRIES OF
PARTY
Drowned In the Columbia
will !*• made with electric motors',
From an ill c tory .point of view, oil
fuel is i.e, pungent and penetrating to
is- pleasant or acceptable to the trav-
On Thursday *-'.". survivors and US)
dead were taken from the mine. Hundreds of men volunteered to.lav to pen
.'traic the workings -treRn with debris and   filled   w.i'h   poisonous    -ll-       le.
etliug public when passing  through the  aid In the rescue work.   The hope that
horten    1''evaded   the   'amp   lasl   night,     gave
tunnels which are now used to
the original route, and when tlle Rogers Pass tunnel is ready for use neither coal nor oil fuel could be borne by
passengers, the fume- from which are
unaupportable. Even in the present
short tunnels the gas from the oil fuel
is   stilling  at   limes.
The mattei of the generation and
transmission .'t power lor operating
both freight and passenger trains present    neither difficulty nor disudvant
way  today te. doubt.
"When w • reach th>- air -halt we
will find many men safe." was the
oft-repeated hops voiced throughout
tht night. Tin' - living men and three
bodies was th reward wbe-n the air
-hafi finally vvas reached today. Mine
officials -til! insisted, however, that
others  would be found alive.
Opinions a<   to  the cause of the ex-
plo  on  differ.    .It   was   '.irst   asserted
that black damp ignited and ex]
Later the fact develo'ied that nt   this
ages.   Those who are used  to electric   ,-„,„. of ti„, v,,.,,. the mlnes ;n .h,.   ftd.
railway cars ascending steep hills  mc i:|i,,n,  ^..,)ti,.-in district    of Colorado
aware that activities present few   ob- |(,,,;ll„r     dangerous from thc   |
■ta       to successful prog-Mss, and tl«s „nc„ ol- coaidUBt, which no amount   >f
same applies to mountain climbing on wn(el'  seetna able to keep undei    eon-
a larger scale by   a     transcontinental ,,.,,•  an,i ■,,•  1(1  ,hc |„.ij,.[   that     tn,
railway  pa&euget   „r freight  train, the ame  . ..n.Htion  might   have rau
differ-n 5 lying in the strength of the disaster.
power  required. | 	
The ition of     the Canadian
Pacific railway through the Rockies,
the Selkirks. and oth'-r mountain ranges oi Alberta und British Columbia,
presents few difficulties, because eu I
route there arc ample- stages at which
the necessary power e-au lie generated,
an 1. with the perfected system that
wo dd l>e installed, the failure of power would be next  to   m     impossibility
at   11 v period of lhc > ar    Those who     Premier Boi len and hi- Cabin
know the line know     there are times   leagues bad a bu y day In Quebec from
row      wh,-,,   the  possibilitiei   ot  quick    ,,„.  mne  of   .n(Mr  an.-v.,,.  v;.lt,
trave'l are checked by faulty fuel or w, ... ,
; varioti-   public  work-   under construe-
im, oit. these disabilities would vanish
in   the presence of electrically  propell- ti""  for   "" ':   *• P01'1'
ed  trains.   The new  method  of  loco- und  l1'**  transcontinental  terminal.  In
motion will nlso hav,. the added   ud- ibe afternoon in tne presence of an lm-
van:.,-.- ,,1  ihortenlng the duration of mense crowd, the Primt   Minister   laid
runt  n    i -tween Calgary and Vancou- tl ome:  none of thi   new  wi
\er.   At present  the   matter i- m  the the postofflo     H
experimental stage owing to the heavy reception    at   tbt   Cbateau Frontena
grades that have to be surmounted but 'rh'* banquet wa-a pronout
even if the Selkirk- refuse 10 tw .-on- There were ovei   IOU .
quel.-I by il le.tri,   locomotive, the the   Chateau.   Mayoi   Duoin presided,
other grades will be conquered in turn bavinj on hii right  lhe
by it, and the iteam 01  oil fuel   loco- -"***-t "•     ths evening,     Mr. William
motives mav -siill hP used up to    and Price,  chairman of  the hat
PREMIER
BORDEN
AT QUEBEC
On Monday premiers and attorney -
general: from every piovinee in the
Dominion will assemble in the capital
to iliscuss in conference questions of
both national and provincial importance. The invitations to attend, issued by Sir James Whitney and Sir
' Lomer ' ii min, bai •■ : een ai cepte 1 by
all lhe i rein 1 - an I Sir Richnr I Mc
IBrid , 13 ri tish Columb.a, \. lio has arrived in New Voik iioui England, *>v;''
proceed  to Ottawa to attend.
Ainoii. ihi important questions
which will ne discuss d vvill be that
.e' preliminary representation. This
question i- oi vei li.e interest at
present in view oi the pending re -
disil .:•■.' on b . ma • 1 ■(■■--ary by
lecei nial 1 - is -.i 1811. Th ■
ol re] resentation it ffxed by 1 lie
I a.i i'M m of Quebec.
According to Ihis, the Maritime
little provinces down by the sea will,
through the r ; i-amiers, 1- ihey hav.-
doi thii their 1 presentation ir.
mien 1 ., ui nd ;, arrangem 'nl
w kerel y b< y may I cabled to preserve ;.: least lhe representation
which they enjoyt I at  confederation.
To this ■ 1 elm.    it ■.-- believed, '  the
Wes ten n      - us  ■■      strong
oliie. I
Thi   qui stior oi .. 1 adjustment     of
provincin    -  • ..,.!  be  a  iurth-r
subject   of discussion.    It  i-  nut   considered  likely,  liowevor,  ihat the    Do-
m   --"V- ■ nmi nt   will     hold     out
much encouragement  along this line-,
in view   ,.f Increased expenditures and
d   re ..--.. custom      Vi
The     three prairie    provinces     will
advance il ■    aim   li t the   possession
1 ■   Bl     ■      -
Railway    ibs ,n.i bounties    to
industrial    on erns  wil*  also come up
isston.      It  Is .o-V>   expected
tl      [iieBtion of Incorporation -<^
• unp i- ■     by t      p "V .nt- —. concern -
ev lii '.    tht     upri me   court    gave
a  decision  recently,  will  be discussed.
A  hug-- number of questions,        in-
■ lu'it lemand for subsidies     in
whicli     British Columbia at the   last
conference in    19(K>,    wa--     interested,
•   l>  111  I irned   >vei   to ■!>•*' ml .union- to lm• -t.eate.
At the  -lose' ,,-' the conference   there
will b. ...n ,,; ti],. p,illation
of  D8 ■ iL-aiilc  waters.
Captain Alexander Blakeley was
drowned in the vicinity of Twelve
Mile Post, on the Columbia river, to
the -outh of Golden. Only meagre reports are to hand, but it is reported
that he fell oiit of Ilis canoe andwa-
titkcn with cramps. Capt. Blakeley
There is nothing either startling or ' told friends at Windermere last week
definite in the new Liberal    program, * that  he was returning to Golden    to
as announced by  Sir Wilfrid Laurier,   make h*8 *»st ^P. moaning the     last
for the seasan, little thinking that    it
-ays  the  Daily  Province.      The     two
main  ite'ms   are "reduction  in  tarifls"
would bo the last for all time.
Blakeley ran a freight and passenger
NEW
STEAM
LAUNDRY
READY MARKET   FOR STOCK
Innumerable Enquiries
and "more railways.''   TheSo are mere  servi n the ('"lumbia river between
ly the empty cries   of B disheartened  Golden and Lake Windermere, operat-  Buslding     Operations     Immediately
party,  and     when analyzed   will    bo
found   to signify   nothiug   more    than
ing the steamers Selkirk and fnver-
mere. He loaves a wife and two sons.
Much sympathy is expressed through -
out   llie  valley  for the  family. Mr.
any  real  policy  in  the  light   of  his   g,^^   ^  ^  ^^  ^^     J
j and will be sadly missed hy all.
SIR RICHARD
McBRIDE
m reverses.
The effect of the "more railways "
slogan is discounted by the history of
railway constriictian in Canada under
the two rivul parties. To Conservative foresight and courage, as contrast
ed with Liberal doubt and timidity, is
due the successful achievement of the
goat C.P.R. transcontinental under-,
taltine.      To Liberal  omission     of   a   cnmn   nu...   -t   111_    s*i„-j__
n„ f, ti.,,,   Some rhases or His  Miss on
glorioUB opportunity must he attributed the fact  that  the G.T.P. railway  in- | 	
stead of becoming a publicly     owned
property was allowed to remain in  tho1    As lho ''es'dt of     tho     visit  ol Sir
bands of  n  private corporation.        In   Richard McBride, Piemier of     Uriii-l.
lt is -oriewhat gratifying to see
that upon entering the field oi investor- phenomenal success i- meeting the
effort* in di-po-in ■: of a limited amount of stock of the West Kootenay
Steam  lioin Iry.
UNEXPECTED  SOURCES.
Tlf Reveltstoke publi' appear t" realize .1 good thine when tbey -'•■'■ it and
help, both of a finnn. ial nature, and
i y verbal en lorsement .-nine- from
epiite unexpected /quarters. While tbere
1- yel quite a little of the stock to lie.
floate !.  the  1 ■ * -1 ■    ■ llties      for
prospective buyers  i-  so  good that   it,
l't. -o uter.   fully       nti. lent
As the result of
Richard McBride, Premier of
the  two     years  of    Premier Borden's   Columbin,   to  Great Britain,  the  Asi- leaves  thc
regime railroad development has pro- atic immigration problem may be near-1 that  theii   undertaki
propositi in will be met with overwnel
iiiiie. success   n a vi ry -hort time.
KNOW A GOOD THING
it is fully expi   ted that ample stock
, ceded apace in this Dominion and the
, ... t ..1       re xt r> 1 er solution than ever before. Sir Rnh-
early completion  of the    C.N.R.    and
G.T.P. main line systems will see three ard "iTived in New  York  on the ste-
L'reat  channels  open  from  Coast      to amor Olympic, after a six weeks'  trip :
coast,   At the saiic time work is be- to the old land.   He was met by     al
ing rushed on the Hudson Bay Rail- Qolonlst correspondent to whom      he'willbe Bold in' ind wound "Revelstoke
road,  which will link  up Western  Can
ada with thee pon-on the great northern  sea.   Hon. Frank  Cochrane'*    re- i1"''""-''' Borden, on his way to   Eng-
cord  in connection with  the develop- 'uud, and Sir Edward Grey, secretary
ment of the Intercolonial is known and oi Foreign Affairs, on reaching London
admired by  all, and this line, owned ,.,11 the Asiatic question.   lie laid    be-
aud operuted by the Government, is a fo e them thc views 0i British Colum-
.re-dit   to  the   present  administration, bia on  the subject and went into    thc
It  will he remembered  that when Mr. problem      fully.   While  Sir     Richard
Cochrane  Introduced „     Branch Rail- could mnl-e no statement as to thc out
v\a>    Hill, under which  ihe Minister of come of  the interviews,     ho expressed
Railways -ourrtit  authority to  aci|Uire the opinion that both the Federal and
branch  lines  in Queboa and  tho  iimi- Imperial  authorities were now    better
time Provinces, which would due of ad- seized of  the facts aud thc importance   ,
- 1        •    ,    r,    ., . lee e'       SOltl.
vantage t,> the  Intercolonial Railway, ol the problem than ever before. Nego-,
this  measure was killed by tho Liberal titatious looking  to a solution are,  it'       SELDOM  SDCH A  CHANCE
majority In the Senate although it had is understood, in progress,
been recommended by  Liberal  leaders       On the question of Asiatic immigrn
in the Commons, and  passed unnnim- tion he made the following statement:
.,i.-ly by the Lower House. |    "On my way to London I conferred   '"    ' n j"~' ~lm
Sir Wilfrid's  declaration  lhat  if  re- at  -ome  length  with  Premier Borden,   "" *°th9 WeSt Ko°"lia>' s,Mm Lau"
turned to  power he would institute a ,,, Ottawa, with regard to Asiatic im-   '' "y'   " Wl" '' ;"' busineM Wl"'
downward   tarilf  revision,    recalls   his migration into British Columbia   and   ''0"'"" '"     Wllh   '':' ;*'ll>'  •''»      "»-
stated  that  he  had  interviews     with   '" ^;'*""       T"1  citizens of
Kev.;-',,,,.. ttr« so familiar with laun-
di y condition    11 . n e fully aw 1
the  grand   o|      ag    • re- for   thi^   new
business that they are eagerly se-e-king
to   subscribe   foi   sto  1 .-      to
their means.
HI'II.DIN'I   IMMEDIATELY
It is the intention of the directors ol
this company to stat 1 tbe 1 re tion ol
ih   ...   laun ii v  build
is tU'- 1   |U r ■ . si: .ui... 1  (to t   bag
li 1- v.-iy rarely indeed tieat the pub
nv  comnmnii: hi ve th'- chance
ovei   the lection whi.h ineluden     the
"great di> Ide "
The experiment  will le wnt«hed by
the whole electrical and mechanical en
gineerina  world, and it  will  bea   flue  Trads
-feather  added to  the capo! the C.P.H.       wh
should   it     bc   th-   lirst   .-ompnnv       to
missioi    . •; :•. Ha en
phc   Forget,   "n   iii-   left,  Hon.   L.   P
! id Mr.
lent  of the It■-.
be Premier 1    ■ :■•'>' to
the m .  n-   was .iven      an
nial •• a con il of nature's. monoUthi  ovatiot       '•'■    I pt ,1     his
by mean- af electricity, and to he ac-  V*MvA  opl
.■nn a pioneer tn vanquishing creations
greatest obstacles to fr hnn of Iran
portation.—Oaigary \.w- Teberam.
RBNBWAL OP HOTEL LICBN8E
Dislrii i hold keepers, that  t-- those
outside any [incorporated town, -in.uld
remember that they must apply for a
renewal of their liceeiis.  before Noven
ber  l«t next. |
',i tebec w.i- .       ei.in g  Caoadiat
. . . . . . . . . „ | . ■ ■ | |   , oic- in a- .*'! traditions nnd
tj  ...' the ci' tens.
"Whether we  n*or«btp -it  the
al'a' .'     -aid   Mi .   ll" ,',. i  :\.
ao     ,tt       ■■              :..,, ].,.'.,•    ai   partj-
eei   lbe                  •            ill  unite
i r I   ,  i.ti lem-e in 1 t ss   ol
om country, In * ■. Itiei of development, .11 *• a of ou      r,
-i.iution- and in the ,-
a la's  .h  tiny '*
Hc  thei that
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MANNING'S.
Whole ale Itetail
Will be open ,-ift.i the Op
era to in In Drop in .ind
have a cup of   lea   rtrved   with
dainty  refreshment        Prom
(it   and   ' OUl tt OU       ervi. e   giv
en at —
MANNING'S.
IU it- majestic •  t" rtal o(
M etc   .-   iie-t -ninnd    waterway in the
[■{ world,   Mr,   I ■   sd    lo
m the position that QnebM mu>t <* "py
a      ihe f lint.   «iih regard to th-
■ ■ Canada and siplainad what al
.] i.aely   III I   ht
m -it required and tht   plant
Bj government   had   under   fon«idei ation,
*>, .ind whi h vv.v il:
01 a short    time   Th'-e    Improvements
a vv..uld   in ike      Quehc    a  port       whi-h
■ | Mould  i ,.'  b. 1 in the vv
HI! IB IIII PII! IIII HII HII III '"' '
CHI3ANA
GOLD STRIKE
D tod       I  tretretr
*I   regrci   to  see  that   itome dnap -
pi Inted     | ■ ■ *-,•?■ to's have      letniii' I
from  the Chisana  rusl     wl tli     state-
•ry    of    ih"     country.
berners     express .very    onfldence I
in ti md that it will extend
"V.-r into Cans Han     ■ rivory.      Oon
:,jne thi-    v
ter a .ear   the entire district
will pi i»pe< led,   It   i- i
;.    .I ime- property [
me pa; .n. ■
them my-
.
Thi .■■ ■' ■       T.H.  M ii uu
:    tulay returtie i
from  lbe     N P R   I net.
Prince« . an at  ■• ai t
\'     snd wi a the city  until
P       ''
J . *        ay sits o   ths <upreme
* e- Yukon mil   has
been tory for tb ■
jeast ■   .r-.
■ruble
:      tj    "o-.v an.i - •      ,e.-  look
ed  foi   fi .   -trike.  Con-
■   t.i
V    I .V       Ihey      will       DO
,-     -eUL'-,
00     ' ■'       ■ DS in to  -life
vvill i. main hi n.c die*
tri *  tbis v ■
The prayer of the silt;  thousand | •■-
11.at   ih"  gov. i-niie nt    woul I
'  ■■     it   the eleventh  hour  to -u\r
*i     nto, Irom :n -
Ing       t>.    -h< g   .'    •    tt ||] TeelOtlte.       e.|l
Thurs Iny.  h-i^  twin answered.   I*
ft wet k that the sentence
hai been commuted to life Imprl on-
me nt, Latet on. It i- te. lit ved, i ■•
trial will bt obtained and if new ovi-
•■■!•■   man rial,,.    OibsOO m.iy then Ik;
omt   s  free man.
limited fi< Id  *.■  *.v.ei k in, Iree ■•( debt,
ba. ked by a di e.torate of tried
ness men, who would nol be   i -tock-
holdirin the     West Kootenay s*.--.itn
Lattndi v.
OBITUARY
promise on  the  tarifl question in  1906 whilst in lho Old Country had an op-
ln thai year prior to entering otlice he portunity of laying before Sir Edward
stated  that   he would nbolisb  prolec- Qrey, and tbe Foreign Office, the stand
non, root an.l branch. He took up the iak. n by our Province.   I feel satisfied
reins of     government    and  left      the lho situation ia now much  better un
tariff virtually  unchanged for 15 years derstood than it has ever been.     Unit  should   !"■   ne''el   that th.'  Fielding fortunately,  a- you can understand,  I
tariff, at   present   in    operation,    was am unable to give t0 the press any oi
credited by the Opposition leader with the officiate ..'rcspondence on the sub- i
the "15 year- of prosperity" that have ject.   We are a- Brm as ever in     our j
blessed this Hieinini.ui since Is'.it.     ]n Btand in regard to immigration from!   The lat    Francis Richard Emmanuel
this blessed    system,    minor   Libe.nl the Orient.   British Oolumbia,    how -   Swanson, who died in the Vernon Mos-
light    ,-an  show no good  thing,    de- Bver, does not propose any legislation  pital on the 19th inst., was th" son of
spue the assertions ot     their vaunted ofau offeo ive kind to the     Japanese,   Mr. anl Mrs.  Klawsoii Swanson,     oi
''I'11'1'- Chinese or other Orientals.   Allot the   Sweden.   Tbe   lereased was  only      25
statement-  vv have made mak-    tin--   >• >; at  the time of bia •' *uth,
kbjI  B**l"flU'T quite clear    They have dealt with the  became *■■     B      -    i   ilumbia    some
llll I  Al^s  I question  piirdv from a local or domes   thr- y.-a !   wns enn.,.,ye.l on
tic standpoint   which, we contend,    i-
i--   tbe C.P.R. extra
IMSS-THflRQ  W'" wilhl" "'"  eonstituttonal rights**   -*.-%«-»««.«.-«.-
IfIL I   1UUO     Sir Richard woqld make no further   for that reasm    ■
statement  a^ t0 what he ertpeci      v
be  tbo solution of the problem or as
closely wat hed
Mi.
i    "Th n
Mrs. Emmelinc Pankhurst, address-  to whether he expects legislation eith
Ing in  Madison  Square Garden     her  er Provincial, Federal oi   Imperial to t
first  American ma-     meetinu on I  brought down  ihortly. ,.,   ,,M , .„._  „n.n
present • .■ mini toui. explained why
militant methods her the cause of wo
men sufl !.-■■ .ue carried on in England, but i ol in America, and <lef n i
ed the employment of uucli methods,
She criticized the Britisb government
Si'   Rich ' '    ",|     ,ll;l'  '"** monej
in '•!" Old Country «,,      lm-  dorse  M
I'ing ws     must     all   It ji so exaggeration to say that no-
■'      mil   ; ■        ■      :      ■ .      |  .
"■   that  we .viii havi   to pay mt i ,      ld„ sf>
if ■•■• in futurt    n  London    Th ,,, ,,. tl„.
•s ,llp ,""-t ' "ervative ,,n earth and  ol   cheap     monej    sent    -i      Then ty of tht   Federal parliament to
held it responsible, through failure to lm" been s   I   po  I on on the pat .  • . ..,.,>    Djj| o;- \n<,
enact legislation desired by women for  tii   Londoi   Bt the Bril
women resortina   to violence  to     ob-  I ibH   to  he itatt    omewl   I   when    It      ■•] had the ] i • the
tain tbo ballot.   Only through dynnm   comesto investment    In municips   ie ..     he
h   means,    he declared, could     Bng- curities.      However, I expert to    set , ..   ,.,
lish Women  hope to scours laws deal-  thai  condition  relax tomewhat  in  tie   ,.,-  ,.- an^
ie.   With  white slavery.  Industrial ev-  near future.
lis, and other condition- affecting wo-     "A   i.e  ai tbe   tatu   of British Co-
men, lllllete 11  is I ||  PiovinH
 'lit  stand-   very  high.   Then   I      tbe
Secretary  Daniels hns formally    an- '  interest In tht  Old Lnnd     in
made i. rie- iD regar I t'. Bri-
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*  THK SDQAR BOWL "
If it- Chi '    you r>- mi'
i.oiin-ed that the    historic battleship, our  Province  and  the development  i-
Oregon,   which made the famous trip being keenly watched,   I wns pleased u
around Oape Horn in the Ij ,i. v  nl n  from l.-.T-lini:    financiers and S
lhe Spanish war, would lead ths great bankers tbs most complimentary stat'1 I
Reel through tha Panama Canal when ment* a- to the conduct of the Provin ."■    «f« bave all Iml- and make-,
the waterway t-1 opened iii IMS, While rial Government's affair?. ■    both in bulk nnl   hex gooda
plan-  fe.i-the  event  have not   yet  Ix-en "Great   Interest   is   bein-:   tnk.-n       ir. »     Oui   "Helba"     Ch. ..iff    ,tr.
formulatM,   Secretary   Duniel-   will    be Gn It   Britain  ;n   the  railwny .-On-rtriic ■        D   irpasted.
aboard, as will  President  Wilson,    in tion In British Columbia nnd in   th» "«       Bpecial thia   week, Ma.kin-
.-dl probability. ... barbot  devt opmenl i * in-* nt Vsncotv- ■
- j ver. Victoria, anl other porta.  1 n>v \i
NOTICE. er hefore heard  «o many  inquirie. «
  erning  the  outlook  in  the West.      I- ■
Pat Herd    ht\< openied a ladie- and Ii felt that, the completion of thcPan-Js
rents-    -hoe    repairing    -hop nt     08,lams  ("and   will   given  great  imnetuej 8
First street, old town.        Oct. 8 lm. to businstl in Britisb Columbin.    anl IBli ....... «ll®ilS
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THE MAIL-   .ERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  28,  1313.
gews &rug %Store
JSfew Goods to hand thes week
Revelstoke  Pennants    55c, SOc, 75c ami $1,00
Felt Cushion Covers $3.00 Each
Service Poems
SongsofaSour Dough        "i    Bindings$1,00, $1.25
Ballads ofa Cheechaco $1.50, $2.50 and $3,00
Rhymes of a Rolling Stoin* J each
"Miniatures—Leather    35c eaeh
Ollice Diaries 11)14—All si/es
Private Christmas Cards
'Leave vour orders now to ensure early delivery)
IT WILL PAY TO VISIT
"Wl   PARRY
AUCTIONEER   AM,   VALUER
McKBNZIB Ayknii;
HOUSEHOLD SALES
SPECIALLY CONDUCTED
My Christmas Stock has just arrived
comprising Carpet Squares, all sizes,
Rockers, Diners, etc., alsee Glassware,
which is equal t<> Cut Class, Crockery
and Slippers of every description'.
Prices Right.
'RAW-MATERIAL"   SERVANT.
£adies tfew fail ftandbags
$ >.oo to $6.00
Coughs  Cured With 129 Cough Remedy
Hallow Een Goods
Gum  Slickers,   Pumpkins,   Witches   Black
C it and Crescent
Crepe Decorative Paper
Quality Comes First at
£em £rug & £ook Jtore
The JiOXCUJO Store
W, PA RR V
Auctioneer's "Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke,  H   C.
THIS
isa
HOME
DYE
that
ANYONEj
can use       \
OY0U<
kThe Guaranteed "ONE DYE for
1 All Kinds of Cloth,
Cl««n, Slmplr, No Chum-,' of Mi.teikr..  TRY
j   ll! Band for Froo Color Card and Uooktot,
ITllcJuUuson.HkliLird.ouCo. Limited, Muntrenl
E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Fitmace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHO!' -
Connaught Ave.   -    Ro... *
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QEBB
CITY  TRANSFER   COMPANY
Baggage   Transferred
Distributing Agents^
and Storage
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES    BUGGIES   AND   SLEIGHS   FOR   SALE
PHONE 276.    NiGHT PHONE 71
STAND BACK!
ITS TOO LATE!
-.OUT A POLICY A"1" ON   E
Legal Forms
inr ever) purpose are prime!  KHHIFVAY *fiF\flK
and stocked h> the Hail-Herald  M" ''' >A1   M >Ul
". ipiOH Sold- Rt*..
I^eid Sr Young;
All the Latest Fall Styles
and Shapes. Our display
is always new and up-
to-the-minute with the
Fashion Centres.
SEE OUR URGE FALL DISPLAY
Lat nnd Rin W'f« ltutmct . Recent Inipop
tutlon Mild I e uru   1 li!ii;;»   I Il.eniHl.cm
A hustling real estate agent on Fifth
»renue, Now York, who advises hia
patrons to buy unimproved property
and grow up with lt has been making
•n experiment In domestic economy
along tbis same line, antl at preseut
he Is dubious about Its result Mr.
Lot, as he may be called, lives ln a
Suburban town where servants are at
a premium, and he advised his wife to
try "raw materi'ul,"
"Tbis business of paying t-0 a month
for a cook who waste's your coal,
stands In With your but: her and supplies ber relatives with sugar and coffee at your expense Is nonsense," suid
Mr. Lot. "Just go down to the Barge
Oflice ani get the Imported article. You
may lind it diamond in tbe rough. IC
you do, polish her, teach her your way,
nnd advance her wages. Gratitude will
bind  ner to you."
"That sounds well," said Mrs. Lot,
"but your import.'il article isn't likely
to understand English, ami she wont
know the meaning of gratitude."
"We will teach her English, my
di :u," said Mr. Lot., "and we tan then
mak.- sure that she picks up nn slang."
Mr. Lot we nt down and picked li>*r
out She wns alum! twenty-flvo years
old. Tito Interpreter told him that she
was a Ham', and that she was anxious
to do housework. She bad formerly
been employed behind a plough or
tome such farm utensil.
Mrs. Lot put in n week's hard work
with Mary, showing her by signs bow
her wr.rk was to be none, Mary's
moon-like face never varied In expression.   She always looked blank.
"She has the unemotional placid
disposition which I*; so essential for
housework," said Lot proudly, when
bis wife suggested that Mary was stupid, "A nervous housewife makes dou-
l>!e the work. Now if tho roof fell in
It would not 'ar Mary."
"N'o; and she wouldn't he;ln to clean
up lhn muss until I had told her,"
said Mrs. Lot.
Lot gave Mary her flrst lesson in
Knprlisii on Sunday morning. A4 she
appeared  he said:
"Good morning, Mary."
Mary looked nt him blankly. V.y rr-
peatlng ihat phrase all the forenoon ho
taught Mary to say '•Morn'n'." Then
Lol worked all lite afternoon teaching
Ma. .* to say "G >od evi ulug," aud Mary
said. ' Even'n'."
"Vou see, my dear tint nfter Mary
has iiickcd un a fi x words she will
advance rapidly. 1 ; .;; going to cu-
|oy teni lilng her."
"Now, my d^r" said Lot to his
wife on the foil nday, "I am
going to Increase Mary's vocabulary."
When Mary hi el (lull In d ber work
Lot. went Into tho Icltchen, and, pointing to  the stove.  Siid:
"f.love, Mary, siove—stove—stove."
"Morn'n'," snid Mary.
"Stove! This here, stove, Mary,
stove.    Ray lt, stove!"
Mary looked at Lot with as blank a
fare as If she had I i n the doorkeeper at lodge meeting where Lot was
trying the wrong password.
"Stove, stove. Btove," said Lot.
"Morn'n'. morn'n', morn'n'." said
Mary.
♦'No; store, Mary;  say stove."
Mary's face never changed.
"Morn'n'."
"nammit!" said Lot.
"Dammit!" said Mary, promptly, and
Lol  was sorry.
"Stove, Mary; snv stove."
"Dammit!  morr.'i!*." r plied Mary.
Mary came to Mrs. Lut two ni;;hU
later antl  surprise d   her:
"Can go fi'it. c\ i ti'ir."
"When did you barn tha*. Mary?"
"Ci n ::o i ut, di Iti .1 M iry.
Lot, ' and VOU
needn't come back it >ou (lout want
to."
Jait Mary did ror e back. When
callers asked for Mi Lot .Mary ..!
I •-nmctimee   " :*'." son i        is
"Even'n'." and airain "Ding-ding, dammit." Mrs. Lot spi nl all of her I . ura
time writing tn* of pology to her
and '•' * thi m that Mary
wns one of Mr. Lot's "rough dia-
,"    Mrs. M I  r, with whom
. iei wns on very torir.il   alJIng
. came to call -en Wedni iday atternoon, and Mrs.  Lot,  ht I l«
one talking   downstairs,   Indiscreetly
:   ont:
, la thai soi e one for n*<*-"™
"Morn'n," '    I    M iry.     "Ve erra
IM I   '.'• foro    Mr*.
Lot could run di Mrs   M   M-
■  door and left
x e'ei  you suppose   she
ft      | up such sl ad
h'r
- have h»r - • ■.;.
oat on?" aski i Lot
- using some        -,
■Ians/1 ! a when  yon
in  wl'h   ro '     a.
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Lot ttought t» ill over and          *
thf lo to? d iii" now
.ea    ad   '
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family; wan no for-
rs need nigh
DlacA."
8mil,om
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, English 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, 15 lbs. for $1.00.
Our Electric Coffee Mill is making lots of friends
grinding out Monarch Blend and Java Coffee at
50c. per lb.
Let us quote you on Apples, Potatoes and Vegetables for the winter. Choice Stock. Prices
Right.
BOURNE BROS, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
,'
S. G. ROBBINS
Real Estate
And Insurance  Agent
LETHBRIDGE   COAL
FOR SALE   NONE   BETTER. PHONE 60
aftsmr!
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE. B. C.
beg to announce that they have opened up offices at the
corner of First Street anel Connaught Avenue f<>r the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and get particulars, and get in on ground lloor prices.
We alsee make a specialty *>f listed property.
A. McRae,
T. Kilpatrick,
President, Sec-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer Nee. 1.   Telephone No. 321.
»-tfJ«l"I«l«iMlMlML»^
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/flbvciy*r the   Hest
"Shamrock" Gutter
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
ft
S!0«I!^I«1«J»>:^
I
FOR A FEW DAYS
McIntyre is Offering
Kelley's Corn ['lakes, per package     10c
Quaker Corn Flakes     10c
Laundry Starch in fancy 7 lb. tins     60i-
Pure Chicoi y, real genuine, per •> ickage     20c
Brazil Coffee, 3 lbs. for $1 00
John McIntyre «s* son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
YES! WE SELL
•in kly itopi i
ihr.  throat an.l tutlffli
:
i  hi ill |
44*
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Premium Ham
Premium Bid. Ham
Premium Bacon
Brookfield Butter
Brookfield Eggs
Brookfield Cheese
Silver Leaf Lard
Jewel Haddies
Also a fine assortment of
Fresh Meats the best lhat
money can huy,
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd. SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  2.r>,   1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREH
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otfloe—Toronto, Ontario.
 1,	
Capital Authorized - 10,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up      -      - 6,952,000.00
Reserve! and Undivided Profits      8,100,000.00
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,  received,  and  interest  allowed  at
[•rent rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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NEWS FROM FAB
AR
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1856
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,700,000
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A GENERAL BANKING DU8INC88 TRAN8ACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT    .   j
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES       ISSUCtJ
BANK MONEY ORDERS J
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelatoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
Pointed Paragraphs of Provincial Interest    +
•»•% ■•*-*v%/V%^**v%-**ev%/%'-%'•*•%'*'%'%'% i\*»««%%«%>%««i%%*v«
Peter Lorenson has been appointed | explorer is to arrive in Paris shortly to
city assessor eei Prince Rupert, taking lnspecl tha machine'. According to a
the place ed J.A. Carmichael. Frankfort despatch, Atuunsden intends
to  lako his place  in tho aeroplane for
Work on Canadian harbors that will  the ,ina, altem|lt ,„ ,,,.„.,, ,,1P p0|e.
cost   no  less tlmn  830,000,000 is    now
Tbe railway commission hns ar-
ranged the following itinerary for its
visit to the west. Vancouver, October
27; Calgary, Octobei- 30; Edmonton October 31; Suskutoon, November I;
Mooso Jaw, November 3; Regina, November 4; Winnipeg, November 5; Fort
William, Novembei- 7. Cliairmnn Dray
ton and Commissioner McLean will
I robab-ly make the trip.
now
under way. The harbors being im-
proved are St. Jolm. N.B., Montreal,
Toronto, Hamilte.n, Vancouver and Ottawa.
Winnipeg and    St. Boniface Harbor
Commissioners have decided to ask tbe
Di.minion government for $H ►0,000 to
build doe-ks .ilong the Red  River. Mr.
iT.R. Veligny,    government     engineer,
! will  make a  report  on the actual cost
I nl   lbe- work.
Union   Hotel
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
FIRST STHEKT, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
MEAL TICKETS $600
Children's Fall and Winter Coats
Tli«- French Minister 01 Commerce is
organizing experiments with aero-
planes intended to transport despatches IreoeIve *500 more ,h»" the vioe-presi
Por playing ball next year, Waller
Johnson, the premier pitcher of the
Washington  American  Leaguers,    will
regularly   between   Paris   and   Pauline,
dent of the Unitod States or a cabinet
if ollicer, and 8250O more than the gov
the departure and arrival of South e'"0'' of a SjP'*emc Court Justice oi
Ameriotm liners | many of the stales.   Johnson's salary
'of $12,600,   the  highest    paid   to    any
A new riant airship  to    exe-el        all   pitcher, is equalled in baseball     only
others is  planned for construction    in   hy that of Cobb, the Detroit out Heftier,
England,   li  will embody   the advan -  of the sume league.
tages without the disadvantages of the
Zeppelin, and will have a   speed     of
sixty miles an hour,    It will be able to
carry mon' guns and ammunition than
any  dirigible of equal  size. I
There are no mother tidings of   the
Roy Meagher, commissioner of labor
statistics for the United States Depart
ment of Labor, arrived in Ottawa last
week. Mr. Meagher will confer with
the statistical office of the Department-
of Labor with  the object of establish-
Americans and Norwegians captured ing a uniform system of compilation
by the bandits at Tsao Yang. The gov- of the statistics relating to the cost of
ernor of San Pn lias notified the gov- living. At present, owing to the dif-
ernment at Peking ihat he recently forent system existing in the Unitod
sent a man imo Tsno Yang disguised , States and Canada, it has been im-
as a  beggar to get whatever informn-! possible to  make comparisons between
tion he could concerning the captives,
but the man hn= not yet  returned.
Tenders have been  received at Paris
I for  the construction  of  an    aeroplane
which Amunsden is to use on his next
polar expeditian.   It is slated thnt the
A Shipment of these Coats to hand.
A nice range of Styles and sizes to choose
from :: :: " »
MRS. A. G. CRICK,
FIRST STREET
the two countries.
New Zealand, which is again borrow
ing in London, i< offering £'i,.*iOO,000
four per cent, ten year     bonds at Wi.
(Continued on Page 7.)
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
Look!!    Prices  Cut!!
No. 2-2 x 4   2 x 6    $13
No.    1-2 x8    $19
No.    1-2 x 10   2 x 12    $20
We are overstocked in No. - and No. I Cedar
dimension and ofler above  prices  as  long   as
material lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Rates $1.00 a Day and Up Phone 1629
Furnished Rooms by the Day, Week or Month
VERNON HOTEL
Mus. H. J. Hanbury,    -     Proprietress
Steam Heated Throughout.     Housekeeping Suites.
Corner View
and Douglas Streets.
VICTORIA, B. C.
WHITE STARI^M LARCE5T STEAMERS ^CANADA
SAILING EVERY SATURDAY FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S. S. Laurentic (15.000 Tons)     New S. S. Megantic
First Class—$92.50.        Second-*53.75 Third-32.50
S. S. Teutonic
58ii feet long
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S. Canada
514 feet long
Only One Class Cabin (111 $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
Rbveustokb c.knhhai. Agencies   C. P. R. Ticket Ai int, Revelst* kb
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
ORIENTAL HOTEL—
Suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
J.   .AXiBHRT     STOISTES PEOP-
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
TO THE PUBLIC
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there are still .1 few people who <lotrt
know whal ii iafe combination Bell 1 Bread
and  New Zealand Batter make	
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
I would rt <*.*ill  yonr attention to my fnll Une of Woollens just
received for Fall and Winter wear,  comprising the latest  styles, fabrics and
tigs in new and desirable ctTt. te-.
I would also call your attention to the fact that 1 have taken a full
course of instruction in cutting men and women's garments at "the John J,
Mitchell Co.'' cutting academy, New Vork City,
Have worked ainl gained practical experience with leading tailoring
establishments in the large cities, and can safely recommend myself us one
who thoronghly understand cutting, designing and making of men's and
women's garments. There! re, you could not do any better than leave your
ordei here for youi ; ill at    W titer garment*.
H. F. M0RTENSEN
ACROSS FROM THK
LADIES' AND GENT'S
TAILOR
•CLUB."
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.
QOO<HH)^><H>CKK><><HKKHH>H
Look Into Our Windows
and you'll see some PRETTY CLASSY
SUITS. Just the kind to cause your
friends to say, "Where Did You
Get That Suit." They're "C.N.R."
"Hobberlin" and Society Brands of
course, and this season our stock is
larger and handsomer than ever.
See Our Specials for Thanksgiving.
McRae Mercantile Co.
HOBBERLIN C. N. R. SOCIETY BRAND
THE    HOME   OF   GOOD    CLOTHES
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
. . . It Mioht Be Hot. . .
IBTXT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our.'record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd. PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  26,  1913.
WEN'S CLOTHING
Distinctive In Quality :mJ Correct tn Style
The man who is particular as to the clothes he wears will take much pleasure in
ins) ecting the exclusive ilisplaj of fineh
lailoret" suits and overcoats gathered here
for Fall and l inter. l> is me exaggeration to sa; that al the respective prices
these clothes have established uu exceptionally high standard iu fine tailorings.
Thc values are unequnlled. Make your
selections in suit or overcoat now wlnn
choice i al its best. We earn tbe largest anel most up-to-date stock in the city,
Men's Suits £20.00 to $45.00
Men's Overcoats S20 to $45
Ladies' suits and long roats maele to or-
der.    The most up-to i   in B. L.
CRESSMAN & COMPANY
thi:  :..:ading  ladiks* and men's  tailors
■ •*%•%•*»■••**, **<*•» *5. %V4*V«^ **^*%.-«^-%. %•«/%>••/»-% >V**''lt^^%^»**%e t
monds.. \
4
Z\k fl&aiUTiDeralfc
i'i i*.i.isii!:n~wi:oM shav  and
SATURDAY   AT
Ki:V*e'I.STukK,   11,   c,
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Local Heading Notices nnil Business
locals 10 cents 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 nny form, also
Government and Municipal Notices 12
cents per line first insertion anel tf
cents per liue subsequent insertions,
allowing 10  lines to the inch.
Applications for Liquor Licenses $5.
Applications for Transfer oi liquor
l.tcnses  $7.50.
Land  purchase notie'Cs, $7.00
Water Application Notices, up to
100 words, $7.50, over 100 words in
proportion.
All  other  classes  of advertising not
included in above to be charged     at
,.,,,,       Mn^.    ... MISS VERNA FELTON
rate to be arranged with manager on1
application. Wuh the Allen    a   ■«. U.npress Theatre
week of October 20th
tem was desirable In ordei* thai puplU
from any one province rniird'  I"'     on
interior -ftubltebtng Company Ie,Jl"11 footin*   "rUh st-hola,'s °f   ttny
UMItbd '   other     province.    In   the  Snme      way.
.1. K. JOHNSON, Manager, ! t<n>, ii was thought teachers woul.line
RALPH G. S0RUT0N, Editor, able to lake 3 hoolfi auywhen in ranee,la without tin1 necessity ief eontinu ■
1IUAV, OCTOBER 25,   1913.     „!l.\   qualifying for  the various    prop-
inees,  as  is   required   .if  them  at       the
According    to    a   report    circulate:!   yreseni time,
from   Milwaukee a   few   day-  ago.       Sir
Any   in ilo,   :e:'  i 'male,   being  a  Brit-
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COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
Sole Agents for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Best Soft Coal in Western Canada
UANKHEAD   HARD   COAL
BRIQUETTES
We have over 600 tons of the above coal on baud and can guarantee
prompt delivery. Now is the time to lay iu your winter's fuel. Don't
delay.    See us for terms ami prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN I). SIBBALD, PRBS.
J. 1). SIBBALD, JR., Six*.
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i- ie yubjei 1. of 1 in' mil
,1 *J1 years
«lue   ha-   paid all   lhc   rate's   an.l     laxe-
Thomas  Shaughnessy  there expressed
the  possibility  that  the entire  C.P.R.
Bvstetn might le,' electrified.   Addition-   .
Ilor  lac run   ut  year   and  has  conlinu-
al information to hand yesterday from  ,u>lv   resided   within  tin   Municipality
Winnipeg makes if  clear that'the Mil-   since   Hi" Brat   ee'   Jantia y   I'M:'.,    anil;
watikee rumor was an exaggeration ni
whai Sir Thomas actually said. Th"
correction nf thai exaggeration, issued
especially   inleresl
wl e. is a  lioti  lio! 1 ■   or lii*ense holder
.e nn,11  1 ii • munn Ipal ■ .1, may register
as a  voter  fol \n 11   I'.'l I   if   lhe nc-
But
Canada's
Best"
In Use 40 Years-Good Then-Better Now
We Invite Comparison
Known pjr   -
Perfect Setle
Purity* o( rone
Susceptibility
of Touch
3: tuty ot
'i n ish
Wji* k in al illi p
and
)arabilitv
-We  Have
More  Medals
.uul   Awards
1.111 anv other
Canadian
Piano
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London, Hnn'. ISNo
Chicago.... 1893
|amesto\vn,V. 1907
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!'■:   ,,ll-   ., ■        1      i.'ii s     liiel.iers
ini tn    Revelstoke and     thi- district,   ■.vl, , are ne .    . iperij  owners musl a.
What Sir Thomas stated wa-' that   it   •"' * **   "-'-:' lti "■ <-'* llll,il' names °"   W
lhe   li-t.
wns th" lutentionof the C.P.H. t0 el-     ,.,.,, li:l.  v,, ,    . ..,,.,,  pertj
et'trifythe  Rogers Pass  tunnel, and  ii   owners  within   .1     mun   ipality    since
... December 31st,  ! 'I*'    ' ould inform the
ilus  proved  successful  in operation the
1 iirllii|i  Cily  I  • rk,
electriticat ion  would  be extended  over
ihe in. tin tain divi ion trom Ret elstokn
Field, ll.C.
atement  op-
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At J. Guy Barber*s
Expert Watch Repairing
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Proper Glasses Fitted . . .
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Big Stock OF Harmonicas
MUSICIANS
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J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Hand'ing Pianos a Specially
Phone 42   -    Nieht Phone RS
We - e'hit a share of your patronage
Special  attention k'*. en to children
UNION BARBER SHOP
We have jusi openi ■'.
ip iu the   .
IDEALP00LR00MS
Alicr    Six     Years     Service
tt> Uie  Kevelstoke   public   we
ireely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
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1 ir lish Kn!
Gloves
lu order In 1 opulai i. e our
Real < i-lrii'li I ra'liers. We
will se.el absolutely I'RUK
a piii . 1 well known tfng-
ii-ii Kid 1 '.i.eves in the first
11 pm h isers nl our ' mti
•ii' Keel 1 h 11 ich Keathei it
$ I 7.^ or So. ,".^ each.
PostFree—WortliD uble    Post Free
'fhesf ilut nt j < Istrich Piutnes
..'e' 1 .' , ,:ra fine fibres ami
i nnl" in black .'..inl white in
two •...'.'.-.
1 I im!- Plun       1.75 or 2 (or $8.50
20 inch Plume «6.75 or 2 foi tflJ.TS
ii  e ffer is 1 ul\ '^ ne,] [or a
[e w da vs.
Mention color "I   plume  re
quired and • 1 c ol gloves.
We   have a   leu   Ospreys    Samples  at
J>5,   iO,    >'e      IJ   .11,]    $  !,    I),
Send a-- your "Id feathen to
be curled, denned i.r dj e.l
Charges moderate
The   Davison-Grant Millinery
MO   Rules,,11   Stu el
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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Come and look at om' Triangle Sad
1 ron      'i.ti ni'eeil fur ever.
PR1CF.   6 LB. IRON, $3.90
A.G.    DUCK
Rstinintes given tree.
Lumb
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bat  n Uniform
BuiSdsUp
This U tht work of i'/.   1 Sarsaparilla,
Strength    Pov 1    R «rve.
■Sold fin I, ,1 ,.
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\ik Your Dm Inr. ,0«.i.
umDermen
It wiil pay you to
make a call at
.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,
Revelstoke, B. C
before bin ing yonr outfit   of working  clothes
for the bush.    I inske a
specialty    of    tagging
Shoes, Panti, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in your business.
TRY  A  TON
of our coal and we are
sure that you will follow
up with another for a
winter''. Bupply,
H. N. COURSIER
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SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 2.r),  1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
page rivi
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Free Public Telephones on Each Hoor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second Floor.
New House Furnishiwj and Carpet
Department on Second Floor.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. JJ. J4ume & Co., limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Plush-Lined Sleepers for Children
These are line stockinette weave with heavy plush
lining, fine and warm for the children. They till
have feet in them.    At       -       -      75c TO $1.00
Standard   English Spool   Cotton
We always sell Standard English Spool Cotton
Coate's, '.'lark's, or Kerr's, at 6 spools, "200 yards"
at - '    25,*
Wool Blanket Cloth
Almost any desired color, 5J inches wide, all wool,
fer Dressing Gowns, House Jackets, Children's
Qoats, etc.    At per yard -       $1.50
All Wool Eiderdown
With Heavj Ripple Wool Knap, flue for Dressing
Gowns, etc., at per yard - $1.25
New "Old Coontry" Flannelette
In new colorings and also plain and stripes; all
width-, and weights.    From 10c to 25c
1 NEW ARRIVALS I
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New Ribbons
New Veilings
New Gloves
New Hosiery
New Shawls
New Coats
New Suits
3
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Women's Warm Winter Underwear
Special Line of Vests anil Drawers.    This is a mixed
lot.   Lots ol different kinds at 3 (or Sl nr     -      35e
Ladies' Novelty Coats Just to Hand
_.*' Ladies'   Novelty Coats, Culture Garments,   The
. besl grade of Coat made.   All the  new   ideas nl
coats are represented in this lot.   dune in ami  look
llieni u\ er $15 tn $35
Our Famous Waist Bargains
\re on sale now    Ladies' white and   fancy    lace   and
Silk Waists.    Three lots at      -      3.90, 2.90. 1.90
Beautiful New Woollen Fixings
I'or the kiddies,* in Shawls, Wraps, Hand Knit
Jackets, .Mitts, Scarfs, Bootees, et,*., nal novelty
stuff.    We will   he  pleased   to   show   tbem   tee   ymi.
iffc^S*
OES DEPARTMENT
LION
BOYS' CLOTHING
Every boy knows this Famous brand
and is struck with the smart, snappy
appearance. Every mother knows
that '• LION BRAND" wears longer
than any other. This season's models
are made with full fitting bloomers, neat
double-breasted coats, and have the
unbreakable shoulder, so well known
in all "Lion Brand" Suits. The new
ones come in nobby tweeds and close
woven worsteds.
Prices,   $5.00  to  $12.00
OVERCOATS!
OVERCOATS! !
We have nee hesitation in claiming
that our showing of Fall and Winter
overcoats is far in advance of anything
ever shown in the oity. We have a coat
I ii every purpose—from the light dress
topper with silk linings or facings to
the high-class belted ulster for stormy
weather. Right now, when our stock is
complete in sizes we would enjoy demonstrating to you the fact that a finer range
of coats would be very hard to assemble,
All the new clothes of moss or ulster
fabric as well as neat black or grey Eng-
lish vicunas. Every overcoat we show
we an* prepared to guarantee from the
view point of style, workmanship and
wearing  qualities.    The  insiele work is
HAND TAILORED and our customers nm no risk e.f broken-down lapels or
Millers.   Among  the more up-to-the
minute styles we are featuring the belted
iml sh twl collar ulsters.
-All   our   coats   are-   the   famous   20th
Century   BraU'l.    Let  ns  convince   you
that the Lest coal is the cheapest,
Prices $18 to $35
WOMEN'S SHOES
Our new stock of Fall boots and evening slippers have just come to hand.
They are the product of the J. £$, T.
Bell Factory, and we feel confident
that nothing has ever been shown in
the cit)*** to compare with them. All
the new lasts and leathers in both boots
and slippers. The most careful and
fastidious shoe critic would be pleased
with the new ones.
BOOTS FROM $4 50 TO $600
SLIPPERS FROM $3.00 TO $5.00
Oun Grocery and Crockery" Department
Special for Friday and Saturday
Corn Starch. 3 packages     25c
Schilling's Best Baking Powder, 12 oz. tin  30c
Nabob Baking Powder, 12oz. tin  15c
Nixey's Stove Paste     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 C& 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.
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NEW CHINA
Japan China Tea Sets
" "     Cream and Sugar Sets
Fruit Sets- 7 pieces
Cups and Saucers from 15c. to 75c. each.
Cocoa Sets, Pot with 6 Cups and saucers
it± -Ti ."l'i t"t. t't'i i*Jh iTi ili ii'i •'tt ifo »Ti t"ti «T. ttt rlj tta r't*i l't. l't. i*t*i ,ti Ai f'j'i il'j tTi ii'i itt tti iTi ii'i iT* iTi tti iti iti 'Ti
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NEW GOODS
Carload New Canned Vegetables and Fruits,    Carload Shorts,
Wheat. Bran and Oats,      Sweet I'otitnrs and Squash
New Shipment of Huntley and Palmer's Biscuits
Crawford's Puff Biscuits, (something new).
Mackintosh Red Apples
Cranberries for Thanksgivining Day.    California Red Grapes
Malaga Greei  Grapes.     Oranges and Pears,    Comb Honey
We have SOMETHING NEW IN BISCUITS, we want you to come in and sample them. PAGB SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  2.5,   1913.
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF   FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
Sulzer Nominated
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H. J.  MCSORLEY.  PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
William Sulzer, impeached as Gov -
ernor ot tlie st^ate, was nominated foe
the assembly at New York by the
Progressives of the Sixth Assembly
district. Mi*. Sulzer in 1889 begun bie
public career as a membei* ol tbis
branch of the State Legislature.
Mi*. Sulzer has agreed to accept the
nomination, it was nnnmincod at the
meeting where- be was chosen as the
candidate. Max Steindler, Progressive leader in the Sixth Assembly district, who placed the former governor's name in nomination, said Mr.
II Sulzer reached him by telephone from
Albany, enquiring if he had been 'des-
Ignated, Mr. Steindler replied in the
atliiinntive. He said he asked Mr.
Sulzer ii he would acoepet and Mr. Sui-
.■ei  re-plied he would gladly 'do so.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath    .
Oct. 20—Allen Players for one week
at Bmpress theatre
Nov. 17—"What Happened to Mary,"
Empress theatre.
Nov. 19—The Barrier, Empress theatre
Nov. '25—The Lawcenoe Brough ><>.,
at the Empress theatre.
Dec. 5.—The Lawrence Brough Co., at
the Empress  theatre.
Dec. 8—The Pink Lady, al the Empress theatre.
Dec. 23—Matheson. Lang and Britton,
Empress theatre.
-HSI
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IF YOU LIKE FINE  CHEESE
then the sooner you become acquainted with us the better it
will be for both of us. We
handle only high-grade cheese
of which we have a great variety. We invite a trial, knowing that once you taste their
creamy richness you'll be a
constant visitor.
Hobson s Grocery
Phone 41
Box 734
CQMINb EVENTS
To provide the Nelson fire department with modern equipment the City
Council bas given an order to a Portland firm Ior a hundred horsepowei .
auto fire truck. The cost will be
&86O0.   It  will be delivi-ed in April.
CHIMNEY SWEEP
Leave orders at Lawrence
Hardware Co. 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 be found at the
LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly and perfectly as yo ..re
at this restaurant. And ".lie service is
only a foretaste of
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is said that the way 'y< a man's
hear:;- through his stomach. We ate
sure to reach yours if you'll Irop m
and *■ .;: il of fare. If perfect victuals, perfectly cooked and perfectly
serve!, will gain your friendship, we
are absolutely -ure of yotui.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. (J. Thiakison Manager.
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
CARNA ." ONS
AND   ROSES
DESIGNS
Ihe Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONF. 56
w   H   POTTRUFF.
r* r m
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Best
For Frying
The goodness and
delicacy of fried foods depends
upon the fat used for frying.
Swift's Silver-Leaf Lard
5"
may be heated to a high degree without scorching or discoloring. This puts a delicate brown crisp crust on the iood so
quickly that it prevents its becoming grease
soaked, and it enables you to use
Swift's Silver-Leaf Lard many times for
frying before clarifying.
It is economical, pure, efficient and /i<i
does not flavor the food cooked in
it.   Canadian Government in
spected put up always in tight
covered, new tin pails, 3 sizes.
swiff's
Ask
Your
Dealer for
1 Silver-Leai
Swift Canadian Co. Ltd J
^Toronto   Winnipeg   Edmonton
A/04.
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MOONEY'S ^"BISCUITS
ARE     THINNE
That makes them neater, crisper, daintier, moro appetizing;
Tin* ime biscuit good enough to take the place of your own linking,
Fresh as the biscuits from your own oven.
Think what that moans!  Freedom from a broiling kitchen— leisure on the porch
or in thc parlor.    Time to do the little knick-knacks that have been neglected.
MOONEY'S PERFECTION
SODA BISCUITS
Are the creamiest, crispost crackers made.
They are baked in the big sanitary factory in Winnipeg—
riglt at your very door.
Uso MOONEY'S and   be  sure   of  a   biscuit   lhat   is
ali-oluti'iy   fresh; a biscuit that will satisfy tlie family,
In templing packages or sealed tins
as you prefer.
"LET MOONEY DO IT"
f
EMI
THEATRE
WEEK
OF
OCT. 20
MISS VERNA FELTON
AND THE
ALLEN PLAYER
Presenting a line of Comedies and Dramas which will command your patronage.
TO-NIGHT:"Nobody's Widow"
All New Scenery.    Special Music by the Royal Hungarian String Quartette.   Prices, 75c, and 50c   Matinee Prices,25c and 50c I
SATURDAY,   OCTOBER  25,   1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVEN
NEWS FROM
FAR AND NEAR
i Oontinued from Page 3.)
with the option ol conversion inlo
stock whieh make'- the price really 07.
Considering Canada's recent loan at
99 this is proof positive that Canada
oan borrow easier than any of tho
other Dominion!*, Canada's loan is
now hovering about  7-8 dis.ouni..
Formen Mickiefl, of Vaneouv r, who
•was captured recently while attempting to smuggle lo Russians into thei
United State's, was convioted and sentenced to a year in prison.
The Alberta Legislature lms unanimously passed a resolution author**
izlng the government to memorallze
he federal minister of agriculture to
take -ii'ie towards the eradication of
tuberculosis in i attic.
Tho pr. -i lent    ol   the C. N. It. an-
Mm e i offli inllj , i-t Friday, that the
entire  route from  Montreal    to     the
oasl  v.,,ui I i,e linked up by next Dominion Day, and ihat they would   be
iperating the system from the     port
il  Montreal to their Port  Matin   terminal by the month of November 191-1,
Eighty-six miles of track have been
laid on the Canadian Northern Hail-
way, u rth of Kamloops. Grading from
he B lm mton en I of the new road has
been nearly finished to Albreda Summit, (hie hundred and ten miles have
be'en graded from the Kamloops end, In
idiliii.ni  to the     eighty-six  miles     of
ra ■• ' •:, lied.
\    tria's    naval    estimates    include
0,000 for new 1. ittleshlps   to be
onstructed  oi   already   building,      Besides I        i . i ■.  already   laid
do-fl n. tl i- planned to buil ! two super
dreadnoughts at a cost of 815,000,000.
The admiralty al-o   ontemplates   two
super- Ireadnoughl -   to  be    completed in 1917 a* a co ■        30,000,100.
Tl e   Bri iui -.  I i   received an
uiie'xi' ■(".* 1 from  the estate of
■ ■■■ >   N   hol.es Brady,
V v., who died in I. mdon
in  July,   ind  wii    ■■  pri     rty  in     the'
been valued   for
. 77,640.   Death    duties
amounting to Sl,O50,000 w.ll be   patd
. ser to Davi ! Lloyd G or ■■■. Chancellor 0f the Exehe iuer.
Thre ...  io   years
ithers 13, were brought
■.nto     polici   ■ ..in   recently,    charged
RAILROAD MAN
HAD TO LAY OFF
Until He Took GIN PILLS
Buffalo, N.Y.
"I have beer, a Pullman coudui tor on
the C. 1". K. and Michigan Central for
.sl three years.
nt four years ago, I waa laid up
with intense pain in the gi iin, a very
back, .mei suffered most severely
when 1 tried to urinate.
i treated with my family physician
for two months for Gravel Iu The
Bladder but did n>it receive any benefit.
About that time, I met an ither railroad
man w ho had been similarly ..
ami who had been cured bj c.IN 1'II.I.S,
having I een given up by a pro-
minent ph) ho treated him lor
Diabetes. He is now running on the
nd i- perfectly i ured. He strongly
advised me to try GIN I'lI.I.S which I
did—with the results that the pains left
me entirelv."
FRANK S. IDI*:.
50c. a box, 6 for fa 50,    Sample free
: write National I irugand Chemical
Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto.       19s
with house-breaking. Ju.lt.-e. Plewman
sentenced Arthur Htki to one year in
Ilim New Westminster Reformatory,
Arvo Linna to two years and Letsig-
fled Beokman, the   youngest, . • tT     on
siiki ded  sentence,      Both  boys  sent
e'lictil have appeared In court before on
,*i  similar charge.
The poii.e of Vancouver are puzzled
I over the unusual number eif people who
have straagelj disappeared lately from
the ei 1 y.   At the present tim 5 fewer
than five persons, two young women,
ami three men an* being sought, One
1 nf ihe young women missing, Miss E,
.V. Glenn, disappeared! a fortnight ago,
The missing men are a rich Russian
and two bank clerks. There is absolutely  no clews in any of these eases,
The statement is authoritatively
made thai a new syndicate will be
formed shortly (or the purpose of developing ihe conl mines ,,1 the northern portion of Graham Island. The
-'.Mali.aie will include a number of
Saskatchewan eapltnll 1 -.     who  have
b '''11     vi-illll •,     I     ,,    ■,.„• |y    a,|,|        w*hQ
have iim.le an Iii ipei 1..." of the groin tl
The properties are I,, ated across the
inlei from Massei and wiihin n few
miles  fn.111  the  lown.
The **! orkshire Posl says . Rlghi
Mien. III., Samuel's ecmforenees1 with
Hon. L.P, Pelletier have led Mr. Sum
u.'l to modify Ids view regaining the
expense nf layiug a itate ow ne 1 cable,
He i- now inclined  ied the proposals of  Australia   ind   New Zealand.
The death  s > -.. :-l  place recently,     at
Blitndcll  Sands, Englan 1, in  hi    fi ri
second year, of Mr.  K.W.  Foreste
well-known figure in  Canadian     shipping , ir,-les. ..,„<! one of Hie besl know.:
shipping agents in the c itrj,        I'h ■
late Mr.  Forester formerly repre   1
the C.P.R. ttl  Bri itol an i Liverpool.
Superintendenl VV.D. Scott, of the
Immigration department says Canada
'■annul bar out normally undesirable
stage people, or performers in any play
whieh ha- been held 10 be Immoral.
Bilorts have been ma le for -oni" time
pnsl to obtain ., more effective system
of lidding Cuna, la of undesirable plays
and players.
The' problem of bai dling Alberta' *
_:'ain er..|i i- becoming a serious one
md there is congestion -t many points
in Southern Albert 1. 1 ine thousand
ears could bc used Immediately. The
Canadian Pacifi prepared for a norm-
el year, while ihe' yield of grain wa.s
everywhere abnormal, with an Increase
In acreage of about 33 per cent.
Iir. tl.H. Kennedy, of Macleod, died
in the General Hospital at Winnipeg,
lust Thursday. Dr, Kenned*) was one
..f the uiei-t distinguished members of
the medical profession in Western
Canada, and In addition toa Large pri
mii' practice, wa-' surgeon-captain in
lhe K.N.W.M.P.. and the official doctor of ihe* Canadian Pacific railway for
many years,
George A. Jones, mayor of Nome ha-
.1  the following    appeal    through
■ he A-s,,. 1 ni .1 Press:   " A tidal Btorm
royed i.n.' half of Nome.    The
damage i   esl imal   !   it a million dol-
Five hundred people are   bome-
.  nn.-1 e.f  them destitute,  Winter is
approaching aiiel public assistance    is
absolutely  necessary.   Funds Bhould be
s'ni (., the city treasurer of Noma."
The efforts of the Interim      lepart-
' 111.aii   to propagate reindeer    in     the
P ,1 .• n, er 1 'M.'M ry hav.. not been attended wiih mii.h success.   The anim-j
mals hnvo starape lo i and tak
tall timbers,   Fiftj were brought v...a
Labrador,  bul a report just    receive!
j   tates thai  twelve died     eu route ai >1
 ty-six broke away from tho corral
lasi   year and eighl   thi-  year.
Your Oven Gains
by Our Oven Test
Your   oven   becomes   a
certain   producer   of   moro
bread  and  better bread.
■*■ a sm .im. j     We can promise that.
PUR'T^      For from eac,) shipment
I
I
of wheat delivered at our mills
we take a ten pound sample.
We grind it into flour.   We
1 bake the flour into bread.
. If this broad is high in
• quality and large in quantity,
. we \w the shipment.   Other-
• wise we sell it.
■ There is no guess-work
• about  our promise of more
■ bread and better bread from
I flour bearing this name.
"Mbre^read and Better Bread" and
8SSSSS
^ LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG VANCOUV
»Js    ST, JOHN HAMILTON CALGARY SASKATOON CALC
SoJd in Kevelstoke by Bourne Bros.. Ltd.
&- — ■
c-.*7
FIT-
gREFQRM^
You can't get along
without an Overcoat,
much longer.
Why not get it NOW
—and enjoy the comfort
and luxury of being
w e 11 a n d warm] y
dressed ?
WTe are showing ali the
new styles.    See them.
MeKinnon &
Sutherland
You Know Us
We are in buriness right here where you live. You are an
acquaintance, neighbor or a friend of ours. This money back-
if-not'satisfied offer should prove the sincerity of our claims.
\\ I'M □   V ■ ",*e   wi   have
1: md I ack up enir
I iut qui ition or
I 11- for it.
If It da
'
1 'i. 11.
lurin
1  in us.
en I hold
to j       ■
n loro, wo
■ it we
ly certain that we
eu pro : 1.- f. er
Our experionce with them ai I the
many report
wno  1.1**.*  n    1  them
that tbi
an I ,  r* .*:.
kll'nv ief.
Rexall 1 irderllc 1 liki candy.
TIm y are   nothing nnd easy In
purging
■ laxative    1< -coll
■
thencr upon  the.  ,*, •■ 1
■   Chey prompt
ly relievi constipation. Tbey acl to
overcome tbe aouse of oonitipation.
They tend to eliminate the
<it nek headache, biliousness, lea.l
breath, 1 en 1 usnesa md other ilia
attendant u
Make Us Prove This
\V,e   V
B   ol It \ ill Order-
ei  Use U|e llle- ,[11 ir.-
1 hei    if yo ntirely
I bo      ■ I i.*ll ui and
we will promptly return the money
you paid u- 1 t ih	
You promise nothing — you Kign
nothin i you 1 bli ■ ite 3 lurself to
in in no way whati ver, V. looept
your mere word,
Don't you now believe that Rexull
Orderll •■ irthy   of   a   trial?
('..'iM any offer be mure' fail.'
Try Them at Our Risk
We |e ine ■-,: nl" recommend Rexall
Orderhos for children, aged persons
and fnr dclic ite ;
'' ■  ill    1 ii.l' I |i -       mim   in   vast.
pocket  tin  boxi -.    12 I iblets,  Kir;
Wets,  2So;  80  tablet*,  Mo.
ll.le'l.
CAUTION: Please l"*ur In mind thai Rex-ill Orderlies an not fold by all druggist.". ' iy Rexall Orderlies only al the Rexall Stores.
You caa buy Rexall Orderlies In thl 1 01 mmunlty only ut our store:
WALTER BEWS
\ /
"Better Pastry Too"
Revelstoke
The J^XO-Gt Store
British Columbia
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
Wharf ul Ainsworth, B.C.,'' will bo
received ai this office until 4.00 p.m.,
on Monday, November 17, 1913, for
the construction of a wharf at Ainsworth. Kootenay Distriot, B.C.
Plans, specifications anil form of eon
tract can be --fn anel forms oi tender
obtained at thi-* Departmen! and at
the offices of J.P. Forde, Esq., District Engineer, al Revelstoke, B, C.;
f'.C. Worsfold, EVq., District Engineer at New Westminster, B.C., and on
application to the Postmaster at Ains
worth, B.C,
Per "ii- tendering ire notified that
tenders will nol be considered unless
made on the printed forma supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations aud places of residence. In the Cnse of linns ,
*iie> ■ • ual signature the nature .,1 the
occupation, inl place of residence oi
each membei of the lirm must be given
K.i ten ler musl !>.■ accompanied
by i.n accepted cheque ona bartered
hank, pay-able to the order of iheHon
ourable the Minister of Public Works,
equal to ten per cent iliip.c.) of the
amount, of tho tender, which will be
forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when
called upeeu ie, do bo, or fail to complete ihe work contracted for. If the
tender be nol accepted ii,e* cheque will
be returned.
The department  does  not   binil itself
to accept   ihe* lowesl  or nny tender.
By or ler,
R. C.  DESROOHBRS,
Secretary.
Department  of l'uhiic Works.
Ottawa, October   15,   191*3.
Newspapers will  ivei be paid for this
advertisement  if they     insert  without
authority from lhc Department.
l-t isfs, Oct22 2t.
TOHN LEE
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
Battenburg* bed spreads and
shams, scarfs for dresses.
Just arrived, a new line of
fur stole muffs for ladies'
wear—the price reasonable.
Manufacturers of ladies'
dresses; gent's shirts and
boys' suits made to order.
JOHN LEE
FRONT STREET.     LOWER TOWN.
SOLD Br A. HOBSON & CO., BEI/ELS TOKE
There Is n Retail BtOfl  in ni'nrl*. eve I ■ el ■   In 'lee' Doited Stums, Cinuiln nnt
1.   ,, Britain,   Phers    ■ different lie"■ m H ■• ly fot noarl) every ardlnaiy iiumun ill —
.. ill for which il i" r,'i'e,Miiiiiiiil" I.
The Rexall Stores are America's Greatest Drug Stores
SmMmt
SYNOPSIS   Gr  COAL  MWIHG
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rightB of the DomiDton
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan aad Alberta,    tbe    Yukon    Territorj,      the
I North-west Territories and iu a por-
j tion of the  I'rovinco of British  Col-
I umbia, may le leased \or a term ol
! twenty-cac years at nu  annual rental   of     i\ r.n acre.   Not    moro than
2,5t*0 acres will he leased to one applicant.
Applira:!- :: for leases must  ho madti
I by the applicant in person to the
Agent or SulrA^-ant of tha district
In which  the rights applied for     are
1 situated.
Tho lease will iiielude the coil mining rights only,  but the lessee   may
! bs permitted to purchase whatever
available surfaco rights mny be considered necessary ior the  working of
{ the mine at the rate of     (10.00     an
acre.
Iu surveyed terr:t ry th" land must
', bs     described    by Bectlons, or   iega!
' sub-divisions ol sectic.is, and in mi*
surveyed  territory  the   tract  applied
I for shall be staked      •  oy tbe   np •
, plicant himself.
;    applicant  nyt'f  I t  accompan-
! led by a fee of |l ill be     re
funded if the rights tor    ar«
not availu'ile, but no! >'liL'rwiso. A
royalty     ph-.l!    he pal       a the mor-
! chantnblc output  of the  nine al   the
rate oi 6ve M-iits ;,er ton.
The person operating tl    mil
! furnish thc Ajjent with nworu returns
accounting for the full <|tinntity of
merchantable coal mined and pay tbe
'royalty thereon. If tbe coal mining
rights are not being operated, sucb
returns  should  be furnished  at least
1 once a year.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
«*   w   nORT.
rn: act. 1910.
Notico ii hereby glt'sn thai  on   the
- ,y ol December next, ai
lion will l>.e made *o th-  Superintend
cn* of provincial Police for a renewal
of 'he into] Hcs ' i' liquor   by
'■.nei   known   a-   the City
1 fo el 'I al   Arrowhead,  in     I a
l'i"  in,,  of   |!i iei h  Cohll
Patd this 28th il.iv of October, 1918
f.\, i.KY BROS .  Applies
NOTIOE i- I by p;iven  thai John
( I.i vim. Tapping, 1 he holder ol n li
cense ti ell liipinr br 1 ptail i'1 I he
pretnlsps know n is 1 he Oitj Hotel,
First si 1 - H■" .1 toke, namely Lots
1 to 7 Inclusive, in Block •">. Plan
ti'Mi Revelatoke, B. 0„ Intends to
apply to ib" li"ud "f Mronse 1 inn-
mlssionera for the City of Kc**..* toke
ai a meel Ing of 1 he iid Ik lard to be
belli next after the 1 pli il lonol thirl j
days from the firsl publication nl 1 bi-
tiieiIce for the transfei ol - > tl II 1 nse
io the preni te on the
"i I'ii.e-i BtreetandOrtonnvenue.be-
im: lots IT. 18 and in in block  IT. I'liu
f)A, Revelstoke,
Dated this 6th day ol September, H'lu.
.). c Tapping,
The   family   remedy    for    Coughs   and   Cold*
"Shiloh costs   so   little    and docs   so much I*
j ca.:r:ds f
aajsEjaMiaMaiajBiHiaE/sjSEf&TSEiaia
O.  B.  N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR
Ottice: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
W.  H.   WALLACE,   M.B.C.8.A.
ARCHITECT
Boi 205, Telephone 313. Revelstoke
BURGESS    AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B.  C. Land
Surveyors   and   Contractors.
P. 0. Box 317       Kamloops, B.C.
Eraach   Office—Watson   Realty   0%.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No. 1085
Meets every first and third Tus«-
day in Oddfe.lows Hall. Visiting
brethern  cordially  Invited to  attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
School of Music and Oratory, under
Direction of
PROF. C. O. BROWNELL.
Teaching Piano, Or-jan, Violin, Voice
Culture for Sin_-ing and Speaking,
Coaching Plays and Acting. St.
Francis   Hall,  on    McKensie    Avinue.
KOOTENAY     LODGE.  No. iti A.  F.
add A. M.
Regular meetings are beid in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellow*' Hall
on ths Third Monday in each Di.imthi
at I p. m. Vieiting i.rethren are
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
O.  W.  O.  W.
Mountain Yisw Camp,  No. %%%.
Meets Second   and     Fourth W*»dms-
days    in  each   month   er,    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting  W, oilmen  are
cordially  Invited '.> attend
JAMES  McINTYRH,  CO.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
 1  1
SELKIRK      LODGE  ii.  1,  O.  O.  F.
Meets every      Thursday rveniny    ia
Selkirk  Hall  at  8 . tlif
brethren  cordially invited.
CHAS. NEWSOME, N.S.
JAS. MATHIE. Sec.
COnRT      UT.      BEGDIB,    No.  14(1.
OF I.  O. F.
Mests in I. O. O. F. Hail nsit. to
Tanpln*,-'i (vera House nery i»cond
and fourth Monday 1. moatk. \ isit-
in-f bretbri ' -»ily  »p'n:om»d.
H. V. MORGAN, C. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   R-c.-See.
HARVEY,  V CARTER A COMPANY
narristeis,   Solicitors,  Etc.
—Office*—
Imperial Batik Block,  Revelstoke, B.C.
Llyl'OH LICENSE ACT.
\ .ice Is hereby civen thatoa tke
day ol October next, appluatioa
wlll bo made to thc Superintendent ol
Provincial Police for the transfer of tb*
Liiense for the sale of liquor by retail
in and upon thc premises known ai the
Lardeau Hotel, situate at Comaplix,
Dritish Columbia, from Adolphe Boileau to Albert Edwin Jewitt ol Comaplix, British Columbin.
Dated this 17th day ot September,
1913.
Adolphe  Boileau,
Holder of License.
Albert Edwin Jewitt,
Applicant  for Tran,l*r.
Ut ionic Sept. 17, 30 days PAGE  SIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2.5, 1913.
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LOCAL and GENERAL
Mv-. Kate Mclntyre has just returned from a visil to her parents at Notch  Hill-
M . and Mrs. J. L. Ingram of Sixth
Mi, > :. left town Tuesday on the noon
Irani tor a month's visit will) relatives in London, Ont.
Th.* Musical BchnrdtB are billed for
November l-t at "I"* Empress theatre.
W uiu next  issue of Ihis paper,
Rtv. Father MacKenzle, lefl on this
morning's train for Golden; there will
|M. .. ,,i   St.   Francis   church to
meet row
Hev.   J.P,   O'Neil   .,(   l.'.'ini'*.   Who was
spending a few day-' in Revelstoke
with Fathoi MacKenzie, lell this morn
in     en return
Tin* Y.s.i'. .ei St. John's chui h wil
hole) it-  monthly boi ial on     Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock,   a  good time is
promised,  and all young  people     are
, , ed lo  ittend
St. Francis Club have decided to
hold thoir wliisl drivi .inl danue, v>n
The.r day, Oct. 30th, ini' a.l ol Fri-
,i ij. .,- previously announce I, I lam * -
,*.,  ed al   ^ 30 sharp.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gohli . and
brother,  wish  to express  their Blneere
t'n inks  to uil  tli.ii* friends and  neigh -
bors for the many  kindnesses     <howi
.j  .LiiitiL-   their  recent  >a*l  bereave-
r.i nt,
J.H.  Viekers, deputy consul of    the
moodmen ol  the     World, with head - j
•im    al      London.    Ont..  came in
from the ea ' last Sun.lay.   He Is mak
e Lour eel   II 0.  ui   the  interests     of
fa R   !•
\ iim_' i- worth no more than it
v, . 'ii for. li the price is to., high
tor the quality it will noi Bell. Cour-
sier's Smokeless Coal ba- the largest
sale in the "lty, so II must he worth
iie   money.
Mi. and Mrs. Lytl le of B irslem,
Bng., ave arrived il Craigellachie,
en,| grill stay In lhe distri t some
v    k      They  are captivate I  with
e;    md   po   ibllities  ol tlii.-    part
B.I   .   which   they   much  prefi r      to
prairie.
To night, Star theatre—'Secret S.-r*
," in two parts, Leo makes good;
M a . night "I''.*'* the M:.e Sh.* l.o\*
< in two pan . i laun onl Weekly;
T .: ij Th.* Si ran •■*.•. ' in 2 pa
Vi- Inei lay "The Death Knell," in 3
It th,. star theatre.
il  F l:   Swanson,  who
,\  at   Vera n      were
Revelsti
loo The de
,  married
,*>:>. e...  ■■ I,  broth-
Koot.nay  '*. ill ■>
fteria
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pei
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AT THE EMPRESS
There will bo several flrst-class at -
traction- at this popular play house
during the next few weeks. Thentiv-
.jo.'i'M will do well to keep their eye
on these coltims where the theati
news will bc found.
Allan Player's Season
1'row.le I houses'have been the rule
during the week at i'he Empress theatre, where the Allen Players have delighted appreciative audiences in drama ami comedy,
on     Wednesday  night     "Get  Rich
Quiok WaJlingford,'1  was staged in   a
manner that added te. the tavorabh im
1 'i-c.-sion  created earlier in   the week.*
Mi- Verna Kelt on as the wide awake
stenographer,  an-d Messrs  Feukier nnd
Kennedy as Wallingford and his   pal
were chiefly  responsible    lor  thi     in-
doubted  -iii-if-A the production achiev
.■a an.l the* amazing story of the piece
los'   nnthing by  Its  interpi*etatiou    at
their capable hands,    and wa- closelj
followed throughout by a keenly interested house.   The strong ca.-t requisitioned every  member ol the Company .
i .1 others worthy of special mi ation
we're Mrs. Alh-n asthe head waitress,
Mi. Allen as the Mayor oi Battlesburg
Mr. Conners as the reporter, Mr, Lcip-
er as the proprietor ot thc hotel, and
Mi-s Fischer as the hotel keepers daughter. During tie* performance and iu
tervals thc Royal Hungarian Quartette supplied an excellently rendered mus
ieal  program.
That charming comedy "Green Stockings" presented on Thursday, proved
quiet as greal a success as any oi its
predecessors. Miss Felton a- Celia enjoyed a part which gave lun* talent
good .-e-opo. As the old maid, the attractive engaged eldest daughter, and
the ideal of Col. Smith, she scored, if
possible in increasing measure of triumph, and the contrasts shi aflorded
wen* splendidly effective. Mr. Feusier
made n l'o.m.I soldier lev. i, and tbe
working out ..f lhe deception initiated
by C lia .and furthered by theCol. to
Its happy ending was materially assi-t
..I ley Mr.-. Allen as Celia's aunt, Mis-
.-. Fischer and M 'Farland a-' the sis-
1.1     and    Me ars   Kenn idj.  Coi
n i .ether Supporters.
The* Hum inusi  Was
.]  featun
Th. Btiidj ol i.ead'* the central
chara ti sell-known story     by
-    • I*.   Burnett,   pre
bj  Mi -   *.einn Vi Iton, last night when
"The Dawn nf B Tomorrow"  thrilled
ai   the Empre
*.]•*. will   lor     ■   remembered bj
were present.    This pl ij
billo I as th- •   • It,    and
the pro a-  generally  ■
iavi     bu   lantlj   |ust Bed
■    ■
en'*dy      a' •  • .--
and Mr     Vllen .-.-a.'. M
I'oily  resp.*
:
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Threw Away Diamonds
When Mrs, George Hughes oi -1-,
East Vernon avenue, Los Angeles purchased a new pair eei -hoes and stockings and discarded h,*r old jjair of
hose. It cost her 81,000, the amount
representing the value of a pair of diamonds thai  -he had placed in the old
ti.(kings  for safe  keeping.
Mrs,   Hughes     was   taking the dia -
monds to a  Wank when sle decided to
et a pair of shoes.   Forgetting ahout
the diamonds,  she  threw  away     the
nlil  hosiery.    She  reported  the  matter
to the  poliee  nnd    a.-i-ed    them      to
., -i-'t he- in receovering the gems,
Dropped in  ttie    Jm    jm
Miil-lleriH Post-Box
Editor Mail Herald:—
Dear Sir, -As o tax payer and a real-
It • ■ ••! Second street, allow me to
point oul to ih, public through the
columns >( your Valuable paper, the
unjust criticism e.i the editor of the
Argus, towards e,n.* ol our nm-i progressive citizens, Alderman McSorli y,
.■ .; the .'... ut oi Second street which
5 'ei must a Imit, .- a credit to the .-ity
and on enquirj .*..-* t., why this editor
;. eritizing ti,.- streel any more than
other streets similarly improved, 1
ascertaine !  the following:—
I find thnt the Argus editor is using
;.i-' paper ;.. get back at the proprietor
e.i the* King Edward hotel foi a person
nl grievance. Some time ago thi*-.
editor was refused liquid refreshments
at the Ki ,- '■ ■ ■■. . and request
edto leave the premises. When he enquired the reason from tin proppriet-
or, he was told that it was understood that, he was a bad i t. nd in
tb.* habit ol ihle and.    the
i roprietor did not want to serve this
gentleman, knov n. , ■: ,. was a
had actor, .or even hnve him around
the premises or be ti.* cause eif any
family disturbances. When liiiuor was
refused the witty stent* towed venge-
.ii •'. li.*., thi recent attacks on Mr
McSorley, wh.. rather preferred to
maintain the good name oi hi- hotel,
than  to retain    t.        ■- ■', I t] the
Argus in in
\      resi        of Second st reel ..nd a
tax payer! wish to voice my   ipprov-
al e.f the -.. *. il   has
e  permanent      street
*   has  been nee leei in:
I (jtiestior if tl or i
ta   payei I      ■  y.
';' rou, Mi. i* ditoi   !   ■■•     i
\ truly,
E    Bt'XGARD.
BUSINESS
LOCALS
Allen Players in motion pictuies at
the  Star,  Thursday night.
DRV BIRCH WOOD, order at H.N.
Coursier's.
1 ara alright, so would you he, if
vou had your left side cut ofl, why
don't you havo both sides all right by
getting your clothes from Cressman
the Tailor.
At the Trueman Studio, all por-
tiaits are high grade and guaiant.t.eu.
—A. Douglas Tourner.
Ihe Trueman Studio is tbe house
Icr high class finish lor amateur work
nil prints with whit* horders.
Revelstoke's home of art—Tbe True-
man Studio. Call and see ua, when
disi ussing portraits. Prices to suit
all.
Hello Cressman, how are you'.' Sew,
aew, we are always stitching away.—
Your clothe* already, bring ii,c money
with you—Cressman Ladies' an'- Mens
Tailor.
GALT COAL is handler,  exclusively
in Revilstokr  ty  tbe Kevelstoke General Agencies, Lid.
They pay sir Walter Raleigh was
be Bi uai \ ,e learui to smoke. —
Coursit   ■ coal hasn't learnt >■• t,
Tht crop is harvested and cars will
.-oon be hard *o gi ; am} eoal will be
scarce. Now is the *.*me to order H.
N. Cceursicr's.
A stylishly (:re-swl young lady was
arretted last week for accosting people
on the st ret*:, she was quickly released
and complimented when she explained
that she was telling how good Cress -
man'.- tailored made clothes fit ber.
A whist drive followed by dancii g.
wi be j en i.y the St. Francis Club
in St. Francis Hall n Hallow'een.Oct
31st, ti •*.* I 50 . ' In - oi hestra in
attendan e. ibun ailed .* * .
::*.. sharp.
Chinese Mi Tax
It is stated that one of the question- which will be discussed next week
at the inter-provincial conference of
premiers will l«* the matter of dispos-
,d of the moneys collected hy the Dominion iu Chinese head lax, thehulk
oi whieh is now reaped by Uriiisli Columbia,
Regarding the matter tbe Ottawa
Citizen says:
"In connection with the insistent
claim of British Columbiu in respect
Of federal subsidies, it is pointed ollt
that the province now has an exceptional source of revenue hy reason of
its geographical situation. Last yoar |
il got a million dollars irom head
taxes imposed hy the Dominion government on Chinese immigrants. The
(ax   Is   $50tl  ami   half  of   ihis   goes     to
the  Dominion and half  to  the prov
ince of entry.
''Ii -0 happens that all oi  pra,tical
ly all. thc Chinese land at Victoria or
Vancouver, The  I).,minion  colleots   lho
tax aivl remits half of it   lo  the piovinee.
"British Columbia secures this revenue regardless of whether the Chinamen stay there ni goto Othei provinces to reside. The matter may poB-
-ihly be* a eubjeel for discussion at
thi forthcoming inter-provincial conference, as there is ihe appearance of
it regularity about the situation,
"It is suggested that the province
of destination, rather than lhat of
entry  should be the governing factor."
laEiasisfiasiHEiaEfaBiEjEiiasiaiaiaiaE
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Kit. lini* Minimum 25c   (.idi in Advance iQ
I
Efi3J2fi3iHJii!JSara^
LOST—Black Handbag, on Orton Avenue, between Fifth and Sixth st.—
Kinder will be rewarded on returning
■ante  iuui  contents   to     .Mrs.  D.  W.
Foot. .
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LIQUOR ACT,
s'ot. Iven 'i at .,n    'i.'
flrst  day  of  I'" embei       n-x'     nt ,
tion will be math to the Superintend-
«• ■'•al ol
the Hotol  I.i "nit"  to sell liquoi   oy  re-
tall in   tha h 'tel  known  ns the    Lake
view Hotol, dtuaU at Arrowhead,   in
th» Proi ini •  ol Bril I h I Sol nubia.
D     t thia '.'".ih day of 0 tobei. 1913
CHAPMAN AND SMITH
Jl»< IA   ret   i;, oof mon.
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app'-ar In Wednefltlay'" law
and any chan *ee Intended for
Saturday's issue mnut hc
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Thuicday i*v'*Tilni? of ea'h
week. nii«ineta men plea"'
take noic of th" above.
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Bmpreai theatre t
Novembei  M—"Ready Mom the
'      I   ll   |'|, 'l.e'fltree.
B.C. TO THE FORE
Si Richa d M U*i,i..-. premier of
Bi ti.-*. * . imbia, In the ourse of an
interview upon his arrival il New
Vork, -aid:
"It is a great pleasure to me to see
the increasing attention which Uriti-ii
: (.'olumbia  is  receiving in east.* n  Canada, an" •■   Eng lihoi       -*o far
away  from th<   great trade
• i.t ■.-    Ba    rni rs    ro  beginning   to
proper    appreciation    of     the
tremendous wtalth,    the    almur      in-
resou     - of the ia*.*     western
• \  reflection
on the ceth-                   s  that  1 i
tbat British Columbi    oughl   ob  able
i ]      b   to   establld        some
c.-ils *.n nation
*'I h.                  in   Londoi      sin
ing   1      * tslness   co -
n                  ida    ..        * ant i'ona -
ion    icil    • -    o British Col imbia.   1
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; rovin, ial  jir'.me  min -
en go hone*   i    bapi
two in Toronto."
S Brave Woman
a tl ymir, B.C., the wile
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M * ,,, loi    the
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Ding ihi ■ naden • 11
thi Vim it nii i" i*m ,nn-t the ereat
evil of il v..i i and remarry int " Th"
reaolutlon  wai adopted  withe.at     op>
po ition.
TO RENT— Good warm rooms, clos.'
in on McKenzie avenue, next Mail-
Herald.
Mr. ami Mrs. Leonard Howson havo
rented Mr. Ohas. North's house on
Fifth street.
Mr. and Mrs. A. McRae and Miss
Brodie spent Ins! week at the Halcyon
Hot Springs.
Mrs. Sutherland of Comaplix, was
the guest of Mrs. R. Gordon the be*
ninuini; oi this week.
Mr. Frank Paulding of Oraigellaohie
will preah in the Methodist church!
morning and evening.
MiBs Seven- has returned from Ohase
and resumed her class in Central school
on  Monday   morning.
St. Francis Olub are planning a jolly;
Hallowe'en   party   which  will      begin
wiih a whist drive in ihe hall.
*m:Jzr^-«tntm,'w*mn'i:,iji,imi,tii — —
Mr. Ch is. K. Lindmark returned to
ihe inusi Tuesday.
Mr. A. McRae was on business to
t'hnse for two days this week.
Mrs. W Morris' will not receive uniii   the  I'ust   Saturday in  December.
0m<mmafki,
A social evening will be ihe feature
of ihe "Haymakers" practice next,
Tuesday evening, commencing at 8
o'clock.
Mrs. Blacklock returned tho lirst of
lhe week from a holiday lo Victoria,
where she wn-   the  guesl   of Mis.  W.W.
Ko-'ler.
Uev. Father do Wilde of Vernou. who
was  assisting Father  MacKenzie     in
special service this week, left  on Thurs
day morning.
Miss Katie Roberts will spend tha
winter in our city, having arrived from
Toronto on Tuesday on a visit to ber
sister Mr.-*. H.H. MeVity.
Mr, Arthur Woodland ha- rented Mr.
Greenwood's cottage on Sixth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Greenwood are shortly
removing to Vancouver to reside.
Mi.  W. M.  Lawrence  took the midnight  train  easl   Wednesday on a short
 ; business  trip and  holiday  In     which
LADY  desiring company  offers  board   '"' wiu vi^* Calgary and Bdmonton.
and room, for lndy, near Post ,,tlice,       Ml.   ,■■,.,,.,•„ Qordon  ,,[  lh(v [mporial
on very reasonable terms.    Reply  to   Bank   slan    Kamloops,   was  home  fol
Thanksgivinc   will,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   R.
I lord,in,
X  V  Z,   Mail  Herald.
Tl i  HKNT—Furni.-hed Room with heat
from  Saiuiday  till      Monday
to rent  very reasonably.
It, Mail-Herald.
*venin*_'.
Apply   a
Mayor Kilpatrick is away to Victor..
in, where a    tho director representing
FOR   SALE—House nnd Furniture -•  this district, he will attend the n t.
together 6r separate     v. w.  Green-  ingof the    antl-tuherculosls     society,
wood, J, Seventh street W.     2t.       next  Monday
FOR QUICK BALE—Stool in trade.—
Small Goods Mueic liusine-ss. Household effects, Km:' Hire, etc. Gurney
Oxford heater, also cook range, al-
I new. all in good c.indition. —
Furthei particulars an 1 inspection at
Bingham's Music Btore, McKenzie av
"ii'ie, Phone "2G2.
The  La lies'   Aid  of  St. John's chue-
ch met io, a - • • w i11_: session on Wednei
day ai'teuioon ut tbc home of Mi-
Siniih  Orqllhart,      The ladies are  liu-i
ly preparing lor the annual bazaar In
December.
Uy an error last wel. Mra. Tomlinson was  named aa  in  charge of     ihe
 work table at  tic Y.M.C.A. Auxiliarya
i'ui. sALli— A *JI ioot Motor Launch  sale.   Mrs. J.  Lyons wa- ii ad of that
Seven H.I*, Fairbanks engine, with  department  and was nSBiHt,sl bj   Mi -
reverse.   Will sell  reasonable.  Apply !j. Purvis and  Mrs. Tomlinson.
to F.N,  Roberts,  Arrowhead, B.C.
 i    Mi-s Kathleen Bibbald returned i**>*-
TO   RENT-One  single room   with pri- | <*"> morning irom Kelowna, where "h*
vate family,at reasonable rate, ecu-  I'"   •"'''■ enjoyitffc „ delightful holi,lay
the gUCSt oi   her   aunt,   .Mrs.   I'ea-e M     I
Bibbald ha- received word thai     siu>
las .-ii,ce--fnlly passed the three examination papers in whieh she wrorfc
at Vancouver last  month.
trally located.   Apply to Box 914.
WANTBD—iMiiythe's  Employment Ol
fcce, men for wcrk at Rood wages.-—
Apply to Smytbe a Kmployment Office,  First  street,  itevcl.-toke,  B.O.
WANTED—Washing well and carefully
done at the Colored Hand Laundry,
McKenzie and Victoria Road, Fone
299,
WANTED - Nc sing, apply  to    Mrs.
McDonald,  Connaught   avenue,     sec-
ond door from    See ond   street, be-
•sen 1 and Second streets.
PRIVATE FURNITURE SME
ALL  * ',,|i GOODS Tti  UK
SOLI)
High Qrade Pie i ,  Mission ami Ma-
!■ v  Pl< •       Bedroom   Furniture,
*•*■ Machine,
and I'.* •!vi-.
Leaving  town nezl  week.
2,   Seventh   St rwt   West.
\   W. &REBNWOOD.
COMING EVENTS
I   ■    20—Allen  Playi      l<     om   week
esl tin atre
Nov.   17—'What  Happened  to Mary,'"
ral    theatre.
' —Tr.e Barrier. Etr.pre**"1 theatre.
:■(     ."   Tbc Lawctnoa  Fro ich      n„
at thl Bmpraai theatre.
! • -The   Lawrence  Brouch  •        Bt
* i ■   Kmi ii il   *heatre.
.Dec S—The  I ins  Lady,  at  the     Empress theatre.
|Dec 23—M«the«on, Lang and Britton,
Empress theatre.
Mr. Walter 11,-ws „nd Ml*. .1. Rutherford not buck to town la-t night
fiom a ten-day hunting trip, hi .ompany with Messrs. Mat Crawford, R.
Hiland, Kiel Newcti and WalterGosa
ut Kamloop-, they .limped at various
points in the Douglas Range --hooting
ovei  Minnie i.a,.* and about 50 small
lakes in   lhe   \ icinity     Alter  -ir h a
compan)   of dead  »hot«,li  Is needfesa
ie. in nol a ■ Bl l n, bnck red head e.r
io.iI is l.-tt i... the I aciflc e .last. Some
mervell.i.i ' Ion.* distance -hoi- were
nii'il. Good bag were made by all
il,.* hunt*!-. .Mat'* values hi- collection of canve .back alone at about
llO.Ofio.   Mr.  H.ws* frienda will     call
. ai ly  lot*  sample-.
The I.n,li"*- Aid ot the Meth.. list
church asaisted lhe .I.II.C'- and the
Q.B.C'i to put on a M*ry entertaining
program last Tuesday evening. Thu
lirsi pan ol the performance was    a
concert  when the chair    wa lupied
by Mr, H. Manning and the {..llowine
intei.stim; itenu given:—Duett by Mrs
Bews and Paul Samson; two -olo- by
Miss Parker; trombone s0lo, Mr, I'aui
Samson; solo Mrs, Dent, accompanied
ley Mi-. Harry Bews; piano duet. Mrs.
Ki"'ti,;,n, ,,,,.! Mis Parker; recitation,
by Mis- Si--ie Dunlop. A lively half-
hou I wn- then enjoyed when Mr. Roden as auctioneer, with Miss Thomp •
son and Mr. Manning a* aasiatantadii
pe.-1-.l 1,1   good   prices   all   the  splendid
ami varied ipedmeni eif garden proline'*, whirl, whs everywhere in evi-
dence a- decorations for the Thanks -
L-ivin* -ervin-. F.veryone was then
prepared lo appreciate the refreshment!
the ladi>- provided, A very pleasant
evening closed at 1P:30
I SRTtJRDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE NWB
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinqoent 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
NAME 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-
Kootenay Orchard Association  Lot..
Wilson, Rich     Lot..,
C. S. Dodson  Lot..,
John McDonell  Lot..,
(rt'o. Atkins  ....Lot..
3a
10
21)
20
5.12 acres  $   1. r>0
4.99 acres       1.25
1.76 acres  ..•     3.75
A. 0. Holmes 	
Mrs.  Mary  Wak.din  Lot.
O. W. Wakelin Lot.
C. D. Kimble  Lot..
C.  D. Lyday  Lot..
Thos. P. Sommervillo  Lot..
Walter F>. Sweeting  Lot..
L. Seaby  Lot..
H. L. Pattison  Lot..
F.  E.  Myhtll  Lot..
Ja^. Naylor  Lot..
Jas.  M Mul'.iu  Lot..
Mrs, s. Hewins Lot.,
Mi-'s Teresa Daly  Lot..
Mrs. f.  m. Fowler  i Loi..
A. R. Squire  Lot.
R. M. Todd  Lot..
J. R. McPherson  Lot..
John L. Scott  Lot..
E. Leiscester  Lot..
H. F. Orr  Lot..
A. R. Squire  Lot..
  8.03 acres
  7.77  a i   -
.Lot  35  10.55 acres
  37  10.03  acres
.... 38  10 01   .
  10  10.00 acres
  -11  10.00 acres
.... 4*2  10.00 acres
 -  10.00 a< res
.... 90 10.15 acres
.... 94   ... 9.70   i res
.... 97  10.0]  a rps
 101     4.79 arcs
,...105   8.93 acres
....112  10.71 acres
....113   8.85  acres
 1 *!.".   7.11 acres .
 IS11  10.61 acres
....151   8.85   . *
....15*2   8.44 ,,. ■*.-- .
....155   '.'.99 acres
...170  10.11  a'ies
2.00
2.00
.'.75
7.90
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2.50
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7.50
2.50
1.25
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. 10.25 	
. 2.00 	
. 13.70 	
. 12.85 	
. 12.85 	
. 6.16 	
. 2.50 	
. 2.50 	
. 82.50 	
.174 	
.17-179 	
.10.00 a'-res
2.'25 ,
6.70
2.50
7.90
2.50
...20.39 aeres       5.00
0.75
11.90
5.40
15.15
5.00
H.I'.O
6.80
28.00
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60
75
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10
111
70
60
05
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65
75
10
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35
40
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20
Arrowhead Townsite.    Subdivision part Lot 384, G. I. Plans 631-63la.
Mrs. Qeorgina Ballard  Block 1, Lot 1, House  $ 10.00  $
t'lionj  Hen... Company  block 1, Lots 4-6, Store    *2*s.70 	
Kwong SinK Yuen Co Blo.k  1, Lot 5, Store      32.00  	
Mar-art McGaghran  Block 1. Lot 7  •     6.00 	
Florenee M. Wallace  Blo.k 1, Lots 8-9. Store     46.80 	
John and Robert Caley  Bloek 3, Lots 1-2, Hotel, Loi   17 anl Hall   130.00 	
W. J. Lightburne  Block 3, Lots ;,-t.-7-, Hotel 10-11   103.Oo 	
Newman. Qeo.  F Block 3, Lots 8-9, Store     40.00 ..
Bit: Bend Limit)-r Co Blo.k 3, Lots 15-10 and two houses
Hn. E.  J. Kerr  .. Bloek 3, Lots 1^-19 and two houses
W. .1.  Lightburne  Block   I, Lot  1  	
C. H. Kenny  Block  I, Lot- :'. to '•'. Ine	
N. A. McEachern  Bloek s.
Mike Furiak  Block 5,
E. McOaghran Est Blo.k 5
Tlios. R. Parry  Block 7
W. C. Brewer  Block 7
S. Ir.in Blo. k 7
N. B. Smith  Blo.k 7,
W. 0. Brewer  Block  8
Alex Purney  Bloek  8
■2ft, an 1 House
  7.U0
  6.00
  9.00
  5.25
Lot 1.. and House  ,  2.00
Lots 12-13-14, ,-,n.l House   «><>
Lots 15 and 17   2.0(1
Lots 1-2-3, Hou- and Stable  5.00
Lot  4  and Hou-e  3.00
Lot 5  7o
Lots u, 12, 13, and House  12.00
Lots 1-2, and House   3.00
Lots 7-8   1-50
  4.50
  3.40
Percy Boyd  Block 8, Lots i
Wallace LtidRate  Blo.k 9, Lot 7.
Wm. S. Martin  Bloek 10, Lot  3, and House   33.90
N. McEnelicin  Blo.k  10, Lets D to 11 ine've   4.80
Mrs. Sarah Gibson  ....Block 4.  Lot   13   2.00
Capt. L. TT. Fraser  Bloek   I, Lots 17 and 18, „nd House  40.00
C. H. Kenney  Block S, Lots 3 and 4   1-60
E. MGnEhran Es'l     E. |, Block 16 and House  9.00
Mrs. Mary S. Smith  Pari Lot  .184 0. I.. 10 aeres   8 Ofl
Alei MeLennan  Pnrl Lol 384, G. !., 1 acre  L60
Gasper R.  Chenery  Pur' Lot 88-1, 5<V:il2.V   l.*.r>
Mrs.  May  Anderson  Lot** 1  to 11. Block G. BniUint;, Plan 031D  8.00
13.CO
13.36
24.65
164.16
101.35
89.80
9.80
5.95
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1.95
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2.66
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Burton City Townsite, Subdivision Lot 745, G. I. Plan 637.
It.   Williamson
Kva (VHearn .
.Block 3, Loi   10 	
..Block :t, Lots 17 and Is
,50
0,30
1.00
1.90
.81.00
. 1.00
.8   2.50
..    10.95 PAGE TEN.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SRTURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1013-
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OP PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAI.
F. Western   Block 3,  Lot 19      11.45
Join Liness   Block 3, Lots '20-21, und Stub1,)       <»-6">
.A. A. Burton  Blo.k '.'•, Lots 13 and 14,       1.60
F. Daly  Block 4, Lots 'J and 10 and HoU.w      1.25
Byron Burton Blo'*k 4, Lot  15        2.05
A. A. Burton Block 4, Lot 16      1-05
Thos. F. Lnnie  ...Block 7, Lot  13 80
A. A. Burton  Block 7, Lot   11   80
Alex McDonald  Block S,  Lot 15      1.30
Frank Duly   -..Block S, Lot 16  	
K, G,  Fauquier    Block 8, Lot 19   ,	
Steven-Di n   Company   *. Block 8, Lot 20 	
Sidney Leary  ....Block 12, Lots I and 5, ami Hon-' 	
A. A. Burton  Block  12. Lot 7 	
F   FaS9er Block   12.   Lot   17	
Wm. I.nv.iM  Block   12, Lot 18	
j    c   (;on,  Blink  13,  Lots 1  «nd 2 	
A, A. Burton  Block 13, Lots 3-16 to 20  .	
2.95
3.S5
3.10
1.05
3.35
1.05
1.60
4.511
1.15
1.40
1.00
1.40
1.30
1.00
1.30
1.30
2.05
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1.30
1,00
2.80
7.70
.80	
1.15	
.10	
.05	
.20	
.05	
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.10	
.15	
.55	
75	
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.20	
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Beaton Townsite.   Subdivision Lots 502 and 505.     G. I. Plans 756
Mrs. F. J. Fraser  Block 1, Lots 4-9  lo 17-111. and house20-21-22,  house  34         6,15
E.  J. and  G.   Bdgv  Block  1, Lots 5 to 8, Blacksmith shop and stable  4    3.25
A.  B.  Witter   Blo.k 1, Lot 23, and House       1.00
Mr-.  F.  J.  Fraser  Block 2, Lou 1 and 3 55
H.  G,  Nellis   Block   I,  Lota   1   to 4,  and Hotel    132.50
      9.4)0
E. J. Branford  Block 4, Lots 5 to 8, House awl Blacksmith shop 	
Mr-. F.  J. Prnser  Block 4,  Lots 12 to  16 	
J.  A. K.  Tobin  Block 1, Lots 17 to 20, and House  ,	
Mrs, F..I. Fraaer  Block 5,  Lots  1-2-5-6  	
Mrs. F.   J.  Fraser   Block  6,  Lot   II	
Mrs, F. W. Graham  Bloek 0, Lois 12 to 14 and House      39.20
Mr-.  F. .1.  Fra-er    Block 7,  Lois 1 to 7  75
Mr-.  F.  J. Fraser Block 16,  Lots  I   to 8 	
Mi-. F. J.  Fraser  Blo.k 20, Lots 1  to 6  .	
S. A. Webb  Block 20, Lois 7 ami  8	
E.  Hillman   Block  20,   Lots  13  and  14 	
Mr-.  F.  J. Fraser  Bloek 24, Lots 1-2 and House 	
E,  Hillman   Bloek 24, Lot- .1 to 8	
Mrs. F.  J.  Fraser  Block 2\  Lot  1   ,	
J. H. (*rof(  Block 21), Lots 1 to I and House  ,	
1.20
2.00
.80
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1.80
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Re-subdivision Lots 502 and 505.   Plan 756a.
Mrs. F. J. Fra-er  Lots l-7-14a-l4
K.  Hillman  Lots 11 and 14b 	
s. A. Webb  Lot 17 	
8.   A.  E.  llillmun  Lot 19 	
Mrs. N.  Abrahamson  Lot 20  >,
Hillman  Asa   L , Lot 22 	
R.jiit. Gunn  Lots 2". an.l 26 	
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1.50
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Comaplix Townsite.   Subdivision Lots 1141 and 1142.    Plans 632 and 632a. and 632b-
J, H. Voung  '.Blo k 12. Lot 7	
J, H. Young  Bloek 13, Lot    5-6 anl House     	
J. H.  Young   Biock  13, Lot 7. and H.mse 	
R. M. Evana  Blo k   \ Lol   10 aod stable 12   i
.$    2..'i0
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 -    .20 $1.00  ?   3.70
     1S.30  1.00       46.80
  11.20  l.OO    123JQ
Edgewood Townsite.    Subdivision Lots 182a.-183a.    Plan 915.
.!    Hum ' ]  Clay
John A.  ("eaven
il
3.00
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Subdvision sub-lots 39 and 40.    Plan 924
H. York 	
W.  A.  Cald-
.*    2.75
1.115
Ferguson Townsite.   Sub-Lots 1140-1145.   Plan 671
Mrs. Ida Ba         • .........B
: ■ BlO   •
  * Lol   i
'. .      ii     I li ■■
■  e  Block .
D, Pe gu-on Esl       Blo< k 1, Lo I to 17 ...
!   Moi re   I
I. ,u  Block i
, ifflths   Block 1, Lot 2*2
tt    3.  Xewra in       Block 1,  Lol   2
Mi     R, K.  Kirkpatri k  Block J Lol
d Est .*■• and Walker  Block 2, Lota   ! 1-15 I *
.   \. I. ,'i.Tty  Block 2,
M. G. H. Unt.  ii Block 2,  Lo
11     ei    .**     BlOl  K    J.     I. 	
John Law Bloek 2. Lol 9     ,
B, Crilly  ^- Blo.k 2, Lot Id 	
.lohn Doherty R  tate I'l'"*1*  -', Lot II   	
Jamei Little B5 I Block 2, Lol It 	
Wm. Orifflth    Block 2. Lol 17
w. B. Tool and 3. J. Youn?   Blocl   *. Lol 1  23, Bu
Ferguson   Est.   and   Walker   Lol     17-1:!', !4   	
n. H. McLean  Blocl   *• Lol 5	
Baxter RoliinHon  HI.,rk .'!, Lol  fl 	
Dennis McCarthy  Plock .'I, Lot   10 	
F. fiallon nnd Company  Block, 1, I,oi* 1  to 7 	
fool  and Younc   Block 4, Lot- 8 to 12 	
Ferguaon Fnt. and Walker  Block I. Lots nto 21 	
H. Floyd   ,,Block :>, Lot 4 and Building 	
Geo. Newman  Block 5, Lot 'J 	
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.20 XI.00 .... ?   7.20
.20  1.00        1.20
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 8 84.85
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      ].8t SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
TAGE  ELEVEN
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST  AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL.
Q. Van Nostrand  Elock  5,  Lot 1*0  	
Mrs.  Malletts   Block 5,  Lot 13  - -	
Mathew  Roid   Dlock 5, Lot  18  ..	
Angus Campbell  ,  ....Block .5, Lot 19 	
John McDonald  Bloek 5, Lot 20 	
Jean 0. Ellis  Block 5, Lot 21  -	
Fred T. Conway  Block 5, Lot 12 	
W. M. Brown   , Block (1. Lot 2 	
Roisterer ,md Company Est Block li, Lots 3 and *JI 	
R. P. Pettipiece  Blo.k 6, Lol ii and Building 	
Guy A.   Laflerty   Blo.k li,   Lot-  7 and S 	
Mrs. S. O'Oonner  Block 6, Lots  a  .,,,,*  12 	
Robt. Howson  Block li, Lol  13	
J,  H.  Harris Block  (',.  Lots  II  and 1*""	
Thos.  More   Block  0.  Lot   Hi 	
G. W. Urquhart  Block 0,  Lot 17 	
F. Carlson  Blo.k ii, Lot iH 	
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Block ii, Lots 21  and 22	
Andrew Ferguson  Blook ti, Lot .'.".	
T.  Gallon and Company  Block 7,  Lots  I anl 6 	
Mrs. B. Clark  Block 7, Lot (1	
Donald Mcintosh  _ Block  7.   Lot-  S  to  1,)	
Ferguson  Est.   and  Walker   Block 7,  Lois 7-15  lo *J4 	
Anvils McDonald  Blo.k 8, Lot- | a,„| 2  	
Ferguson   Est.   and  Walker   Blo.k 8. Lot-* :'. t,. 11-13 to 22 	
F.  L. Houston  Block 8,  Lot 24 	
Robt. Howson Block 0 Lot 5 	
Ferguson Est.  and  Walker   Blo.-k 9,  Lots  6  to 8-1-3 to 24  	
Pool and Young  Block '.',   Loi   10	
H.  J. Hanbury  Blo.k 9, "Lots  11 and  1*2 	
B. Crilly  ...L l,.ck   10,  Lots 3 and   I  	
Rich. Davis      Block  10,   Lot  fi 	
John Knowles  Block   10,  Lol   6   -	
Ferguson Est. and Walker.  Block  10, Lots 7-10 to 24 	
J. C. Klrkpatrick  Block  10, Lol  S and house 	
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Blocks  11 to   14,  *-4  Lots 	
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Block 15,  Lot-   I   tp 24 	
Ferguson Est.  and Walker   Blo.k  16, Lots 1 to \ ll  end  12 	
Wm. Daney  Block   16,  Lois 9  and   10  	
Ferguson Est  and Walker   Blo.k  17, Lois  1  to :i*7 to  10  	
.T. A.  Mabn  Block  17,  Lot  4	
H. ami 0.  Nellis  Block 17, Lot ."i and House 	
Nels Anderson  Block 17. Lot 11  	
Ole M. Johnson  Block   17,   Loi   12	
Ferguson  Est.  awl  Walker  Bloek  IS,  Lot- 5 to S-10 and  11  -	
Mammie Turner  Block 18. Lot :i  -	
CA,   Irwin  ,  Blo.k   18,  Lot   12 .	
Ferguson Bat.  and  Walker  Blocks 111 to 2*-, 81(1 Lots 	
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Blocks 2'J,  Lots 2 to 9-1*7 to 22 	
M.  M.  Pettipiece  Bl-iek 20, Lot  I 	
Guy A. Laflerty  Block  29.  Lot  10   	
Robt.  Samson  Block 20, Lot   12  *	
Lama J. Wrong  Block 29, Lot 13 and House 	
R. Leckie-Bwing  Block 29, Lots 11 1,1 18 and House	
Andrew Ferguson Blo.k 30, Lots 1  i„ 3 	
A. For-lund  , Blo-k 80,  Lot   4	
J. Fit/simmins Block 30. Lot .**>   .	
Fergu-on Est.  and Walker  Block 30 Lots 7-9-17 	
A.  C.  Mesker  Block :10, Lot S	
Thos. Gordon  .*  Block 30, Lot 10	
Donald Mcintosh  Block   30,   Lot   11	
W.  A.  Foote  Block 311, Lot  12  ^ .	
J. A. K. Tobin  '.Block 80, Lots 13 to tc	
S.I,hm  Dan.ey  Bh.ck .*!0,  Lot-  l-> and 19 an.l Hou-e	
J.ihn T.  Coleman Est Block 30.  Lot  20	
D. A. McDougald  Blo-k  30.  Lot 21	
F.  L.  Houston   Blo.k 30,  Lois 22 ;.. 24 and Hou-.	
R. P. Pettipiece  Block 80, Lots 85-2fi and House	
Ferguson Est. and Walker  ...Blo.k Ul,  Lou  1-2-8-9 to  12-17  to 26	
Wm. Donald  Block 31. Lois :: and 7 	
Basil Smith Dl... k 31.  Lot   I  	
Donald nnd Urquhart  Block 31,  Lot fi	
L.  Boomer   Block   :!ll  Lot   13	
Albert Sullivan  Blo.k 32,  Lot  1	
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Block 32. Lots 2 to 20	
Fergufcon Est. and Walker  Blocks 38 to 37, *-n Lots 	
W.  B. Tool  Block  3-,  Lots   t   to   I   	
N.  Emo  Hlok  :*.-.  Lot  !i  	
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Block 38, Lots lo to 11 	
Ferguson  Est, and Walker  Block 30.  Lois  1   to  In 	
John T. Coleman Est vl?lork  3'J,   Lot-   |3  and  14  	
Florence X. Cordon  Block 40. Lots 5-6 and House  »	
Ferguson  Est. and Walker   Block  10,  Lots 7 to II	
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Block  II, Lots 13-22 to 21 	
R. Perry  „ Block 41. Lots 16-17 and House  -	
S. Daney      Block 41. Lots 18-19 and House  *	
Frank Leheau  Block  50,  Lot   1    m	
Mrs. 0. Foran Block BO, Lot 2  *	
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Block 50, Lot 3 	
Walter Edwards  Block 50, Lot 4 	
Mr-   Jns.  f'nmmings Est BlocV "0, Lot 5 and -Botel	
S. B   Slinger  Block B0,  Lot fi	
S. Dnney  Blo.k 50, Lots 7.S and Stable  *	
J. Knowles   .Block 50. Lot 0 ►	
Ferguson  Est.  and Walker  Blook SB,  Lots I nnl 2  -	
Hairy Nellis  Blo k .'fi. Lot 3 *	
.1. Hume.-   Blo.k fifi. Lot  5   ..	
J.  Laughton Block  BS,  Lots fi-7-   .n.l Hotel	
Mabel-Gray  Blo.k fir,. Lot 8 	
M. 0. H. Duncan  Block  55,  Lot  in *	
Reisterer ,,nd Co.,  Est P!o. Ic  fifi,  Lots  13  to IS  «■■	
R. Laughton  Block SB, Lots  16 and 17 1
Dom. Magclo  Bloek 55. Lot 21   ■—■	
S. B. Slinger     Block fifi. Lot 22	
J. C. Klrkpatrick  Bloek fifi. Lots 23-04 and Stable	
Ferguson Est.  and Walker  Unplotted Portion Lots II10 and  114" r-    1	
60
15
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8.60
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2.1.5	
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.35	
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4.85...	
6.86	
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14.00
11.25
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14.05
16.90
26.15
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Gerrard Townsite.   Subdivision, Lot 5704.   G. I. Plan 892
Hillman and
E.  Mobbs ....
Mobbs ....
Mobbs   ...
Parininn
 nlock l,
 111..ek 1.
.......Block 2,
nl„,.Block 'I.
Mnlihfl   n Bloe-k
Lots 1 ami 2 ~ 8 -30
Lot* 3-4-5-11 to 86-99 to 88  2.25
Lot« 1  to 18  -   1.80
Lot. 1 to 3-10 to 20  -  L50
Lot.  1  to 32  -  1-50
Mohhs    IT,i|ilolt«l Portion Lot 5704, 0. 1
.7fi
.1   .05 $1.00
..     .10 .... l.OO
..     .05  1.00
..     .05  1.00
,.     .05  1.00
,.     .05  1.00
$ 1.36
3.35
2.55
1.55
2.55
1.80
Nakusp Townsite.   Subdivision, Lot 397.   G. I., K D. Plan 494.
L.  J. Edward.  ....Block
P. Hlekey  Block
Lots U-12-13 an.l two
Lot 3 	
Rouse. Jt   4.75
 •   2.60
,.!   1.S6
.40..
.85.,
.$1.00
. LOO
, t
6.15 PACK TWELVE
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
SRTURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1913.
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OF  PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT  DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL
Ja-..  0. Graham  Blo.k  2, Lot 6 	
Mrs. ThoB.  Gayfoni  Block 3, Lots l to 5, Store, 6-7-8 	
L.  J.  Edwards  Block 3, Lots 10-11. Cottage,  12-13 2S and
C. L. Hei ridge Block 3, Lots 21 and 22 	
Mrs, Annie L. Gothier  Block 3, Lot 23 	
29
.50
15.00
6.50
1.75,
2.20
Jamea Sneddon
T. H. Bobart ..
H    .1.  Mcie.'i* ...
Mrs. CL.  Herridge  Block   I,
F. H. Bourne  Block 5.
Wm. Herridge  Block 5,
L.  J, Edwards  Block 5,
Mrs. Annie  Kelliher   Block 5,
J.   A.  Thew   Bloek   5,
.Block 3, Lots 24 and 25  -      L"5
 Block  I, Lots 11  to 15, and Hotel  30.00
 Block   I,  Lot  22       6.10
Lot 2:'. and Shop  -      2.00
Lots 1 and 2       1.75
Lots   16 and 17        '-'.00
Lots 23-24-25 and Building -      4.85
Lot  28 and Shacks  *      2.00
Lot- 29 and 30  «	
Peter Genelle  Block 6, Lots 1-2-3 and House  *      6.80
J. Wuflsohn   Blo.k 6,  Lots 24 and 25  11.95
Wm. D.  Reyden, Sv Block 7, Lot 3 and Hoti-e       L50
W.n. Hudson  Block 7.  Lots 21 and 22       1.00
Thorneycraft and Cook   Block 8, Lots 4-5       !•"«
Mercantile Development Company  Block S, Lots 6 and 7   H.50
J. S.  Crowell Blo.k S, Loi  S and Shop      4-*°
G. Geisbrioht  Block 8, Lot 9  50
II. G. Mercer  Elock 8, Lot 12  ,       6.10
Harvie  Robertson   Block  \  Lot  17        8.60
H   G.  Mercer  , Blo.k  10. Lots 9 and 10       9-80
L. J. Edwards  Block   11, Lois 8-9-10       1-M
J.  A.   Virtue   Block   IS, Lots 3 and 5        ■•(MI
M'S. A.  L. Gothier  Block 15, Lots 11 and 12       3.85
F.  Wensley  Blo.k  16, Lot 13 ami Cottage   12.90
W. E.  Cox  Block 16,  Lot 14   50
L.  F.  McDougald   Blo.k   16. Lots 15 to 20 and  two houses        "-25
Peter Genelle  Block IS, Lot  7 85
A. B. Girand  Block 19, Lots  I and 5 and House      1.00
Ida M. Matson  Block 20.  Lot   I 75
D.  W. Crosby  Blo.k 21, Lot 6  50
Mrs. Ellen Blockelsby  Block 21, Lot 3      2-2o,
Akx W.  Smith  , Block 37, Lot  10  ,       1.55
Mrs. F.  J.  Richmond  Block 3S, Lot 5  -      2.60
J.  F. Funk   Block 3.H, Lot 9 and House       2.00
Eugene Levesque  Block 39, Lots 9-10 and 11       1.50
A.  Parkinson   , Blo.k 39, Lots 15 and 16  25
Miss Hay Ross Block 46, Lots 19 and 20       1.50
Sam Henry  Part   Lots 307, and 308, G.l,  S.L,      15, 307, S.L,      1, 39S   11.00
J. M. Cameron  Part Lot 398,  S. L. 9 and 10   16.00
Gustav Herke  Pari  Lot  397, Lot I,  S.L.  16       4.00
M. Newland  Part Lot 307, Lot 6, S.L. 16       4.00
L. J. Edwards  Pari Lot 307, Lot  13, S-L. 16   18.00
Co1-   Valley Land Company Part Lot  898,  S.L. S   12.00
17.80
1.86
2.15
58.65
2.10
2.55
1.40
2.36
40.20
8.46
3.96
2.10
4.1*5
1.05
1.05
2.15
2.15
4.05
3.40
2.16
11.10
1.06
4.40
.05
1.65
.95
1.75
2.80
2.20
7*E
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16.10
13 -n
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  1.00    1.50
1.06  1.00   34.85
.40  1.00   ,  7.90
.15  LOO   2.90
.20  1.00   5.25
.10  1.00      5.00
2.25  1.00  91.90
2.15  1.00   11.35
.10  1.00   3.10
.10...  L00   5.40
.10...  l.OO   4.50
.80,.,  l.OO   6.15
.10...  1.(1,1   5.45
  1.00  41.20
.45  1.00   16.70
3.2.5  1.00    20.10
  1.00  2.50
  1.00     2.00
.10  1.00   4.90
4.05...  LOO   20.70
.20...  LOO      6,25
  1.00   2.55
2.15...  1.00    11.40
3.30...  1.00    15.05
2.35...  1.00   17.20
  LOO   2.50
  L.OO  2.00
.7.')...  1.00   0.00
5.25...  1.00    19.15
  1.00'   3.65
.35...  1.00    19.70
  LOO    2.00
  LOO  6.40
  l.OO    2.70
  1.00    1,60
,35  1.00  -   5.25
.15  l.OO    ,  3.65
.10  LOO   5.75
.10  1.00   , 5.90
.10  l.OO   4.80
  LOO    2.00
.10  1,00    4.55
  1.00    28.10
.70  1.00  16.70
.30  1.00      *,.... 5.30
.30  1.00   5.30
1.80  1.00    .20.80
.56  1.00   ,  46.85
Crescent Bay Orchards.   Subdivision, sub-lots 11 to 18 of Lot 398.   G. I. Plan 959.
A.E   Pow.ll   Lots  15a  and  16
,.?   1.25   $    1.85
..$1.00
.$   4.U*
Subdivision, Part Lot 397.   G. I. Plan 980.
E. W, Glnnville Lot 7  *    S-OO  .....
Columbia Valley Land Company   Lots s to 34-26 to 33-51 to 62-66 to 122-125   BJ128-B J129-144-145-148-158    to!90-149.. 125.00 ....
P.   H. L. Girling  \v    |  12- and Wi J 120         4.In   .
J...   Muuro  ► Lot. 130 	
F   W. Crowell Lot 134  	
.1    S. Crowell  Lot 135  	
R, K. Kirk Lot 139  	
Mi l. C. L. Herridge  Lot 140 	
C. Gregory Lot 141 	
B. Parkinson  Lot 142   	
C. H. Harris  Lot 150  	
H .inter Gaidner  Lot 151 	
0. J. Griggs  !. * :"        	
A.  d. Snider            ,, 156 ,-md 157
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 5   .60 (fl.Ot)  S 16.40
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 10  LOO   3.10
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 I   .10 $1.00  8 3.10
 *   .10 J 1.00  S 3.10
 *    .10... $1.00  *J 3.10
 I    .10 $1.00  „..$ 3.10
 $    .10 $1.00  * 3.10
 $    .10 $1.00  »..!*$ 3.10
 $    .10 $1.00*  * 3.10
 * .10 $i.oti. s a.io
 20  1.00   6.20
Poplar Townsite.   Subdivision, 836.   Plan 746.
J. oarry 	
A. 0. Pwe 	
J. L. Whitney 	
Edw. Dreford     ..
C. B. Taylor 	
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L.  L. Hart  anil T.   \    D
J. A.   -anderson ..
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A.   D.   Koss   	
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A. Garvey    Blo i'.il. M-Kinnon Block   .. Lot   17
J. 0. Hart  Block -'. Lot     '
Chas. L.  Copp   Blo. k  2
Sim und McDonald Block  .'. Lol
E. L. Hart  Block   '., Lot    3 and  17
S, M. Gillespie    Block 3, I., t • t and  *,
J.  Carolan   «... Block .:. .•
D. L   Doyle  Block  3 *   md 9   .
F. B. Gibh  Blo..k   I, LO*   1.5
Edw. Ferguson  B o I    I, Lo*   Ifi 	
ilenry Magnu on Block   I Lot-   II  and   12
H   0, Danfuraad  Block '.. Lot  10 	
W. H. Casey and W. J. Murphy  Block  6, Lot    6 nnd 7  „
A. C. Pike  Block 6, Loti B and 9 .,
A. G. Caldwell   ' Hl..ck  6; Lol   10 	
Geo.  Hu'craan  * Block 7, Lol  ■'• 	
Mre.   Emma  Held   Hlock  7, Lot 6 	
E. J. Cody  Block 7, Lot 7 	
Mre.   V.   Binhop  _ Blo.k  7, Lot  8 	
Hambly and Ericknon  Mock 7, Lol   '• and 10 	
J.  J.  Cameron  i Block  7, Not -  13 ,,nd  11        10.50
Henry Thiry  Block  7, Loti 15 and  Ifi 50
James Shields  Block 7, Lot- 19 to 22      9.0
Pndhomme and Nedeau  Block 7, Lots' 23 and 24      4.10
P.  McGregor  Blook  8, LotB  1-2 and Hlorc  2.0(1
K. Hurt, and  J. A.  Roarf  Block R, Lot 4       1  10
St. F. Peterson  Block 8, Lot 10        .25.
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      1.25 SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 25,  1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE THIRTEEN
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL
s
A. G. Johnston  Block S, Lots 11 :ind 12  „.,      1
James Ball   , Block 8, Lot 19	
ff. A. Tamble  Block 8, Lot 22 and Building      11
H. Magnuson  Blook 8, Lots 23 and 24  ,.	
Mrs. A. B. Ratcliffo   Block 9, Lots 1 and 2  ,	
John Humbly  ...«. Block 10, Lot 2 	
John Olson Blo.k 10,  Lot 5       5,
Aug. 0. O.-tby  Block 10,  Lot (i      1.
"Chas. Ehlers  ,  Block  10, Lot 8 nnd Building  ^    59
Wm. Schnell  » Block 10, Lot 9 and Barber Shop       7
Fred Kaiser  Block 10, Lots 10 and U      22
Wm.  Schnell  IBlo.*.k A,  Lots 1-2 and Building      18,
Mrs. Nellie Sims  Block A,  Lot 4  ,	
Chas.  Ehlers  Block A Lots 5 and I! 	
Alex Austin  Block A,  Lot 7 	
Mrs. May Jenniigs  , Block A, Loi s  ,	
Miss Mnirgie Clifton  , Block A, Lot 9 and House	
Samuel  E.  Algivn
.Block A,  Lot   10   ,      3
10
25
,30
.0*5
.50
.50
60
60
20
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80
,50
.50
.20
.10
20
20
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  LOO
3.45  1.00
.15  LOO
2.15  1.00
  l.IKi
1.95  LOO
.25'.  1.00
20.45  1.00
2.30..,  1.00
8.55  1.00
5.45  1.00
  1.00
1.95  1.80
1.35  1.0ft'
5.15  1.00
2.15  1.0D
.80  l.OO
2.20
1.25
15.75
2.20'
9.65
1.50
7.55
2.S5
f-0.65
10.9G
31.85
25.25
1,50
-.45
6.55
21.55
12.35
5.00
Plan 746a.
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Anle.n Hansen  Lots  1 (ln<l 2
Andrew Garvey  ,  Lot 1 A	
Arthur Duckett  Lot 6 	
.65
25
1.00
.$1.00  S   1.65
.. 1.00       1.2*5
. 1.00       2.00
Trout Lal 9 T jwnsite, Subdivision Lot 190.   G.L, K.D,   Plan 530.
F. B. Wells, et al  Blo.k 26, Lots I to 24-27 to 48  ;  5.00
F. B. Well.-, et al  Blocks 36 and 37  . 65
F. B. Wells, et al  * Blo.k 8S, Lots 1 to 24-31 i > 46   6.00
F. B.  Well-, et al  Block 39, Lots 2 to 22-25 to 47  . ,  6.50
F. B. Wells, et al  Blook 10, Lots 3 to 12-15 to 32  4.50
F. B. Wells. et al  Blo.'U   II, Lots 2-  io   18  3.00
F. B. Well-, et al  - Block 42, Lots 1 to 4S   5.00
F. B. Wells, et al  Block 46, Lots 1 to 21, 20 to 48   5.00
F. B.  Wells, et al  . Block 40, Lots 16 to 1S-32 and 33  1.00
F. B. We'.l-. et al  Block 50, Lots 25-26-28 to 30   1.00
F. B. Well-, et al  * Block 51, Lots 2 and 4  1.00
F. B. Wells, et al Block 52, Lot S and Store  .  6.00
F. B. Wells, et al  r Block 52, Lots 15-17 19 to 31-33-34
4.50
F. B. Wells et al  Block 53, Lota  IS to 22-25 to 27-20      2.00
F. B. Walls et al  Blocks 51 ami 55 and Luplottod Portion of Lot 190, G. 1    15.00
J. W. S. Charles  Block 30, Lot 1      5.15
H. G. Woiden  Blo.k 39, Lot 18 25
E. A. Hillmau  Block 40, Lots 36-37 and House      4.0O
J. H. Currie Est ,  Block 40, Lots 38-39 and House    24.00
Mis. M. N. Kennedy  Block  10,  Lots 42 and 43
O.  Sandberg  Block 10, Lots 41 aud 45 .,
James  Bnell Est Blo.k 40, Lot 46 	
John Genelle Est  Block 41, Lots 1 to 5 	
Mrs.  M.  Kelley  Block 41, Lots 23 and 24
.50
1.70
1.40
17.30
.50
C. H.  Stiliwell  Block  11, Lots 25 to 27  ,     22.10
j. Hicks  Block 40, Lot 23      5.15
Robert Howson  Block 46 Lot 21  , 50
Dennis  McCarthy   Block 4(i, Lot 25  '. 80
R. Hendri. ks0n  Block 46, Lots 20-127, and House       8.00
By vert Olson  * Block 47, Lots 3-1 and House      1.00
A. V. Armstrong  Block 47, Lot 5      5.60
J. M. Doyle  Block  17, Loi ii	
A. J. M.i Donell  Block 47, Lot 7 	
W. Cowan  Block 47,  Lot **>	
A. M. Craig  Block 47, Lots 9 to 11, House, 12 to 14. anl House
John Parisian  Block   17.  Lois  15-16-117 and House ,
Murray and Johnson   Block  17. Lol 25  „
Kvnn Cam ion  Blo.k  17, Loi 20 	
D. Cowan  Blo.k   17, Lots 2*- to 30 anel    House	
    I.li)
  2.00
  1.70
 _.. 20.00
            3.00
  4.10
  5.90
  3.50
G. Fodlred and P. Shephaid  Blo.k 47, Lot 31  and House   3.50
G. Poddred  Blo.k 47, Lot 32 	
A.  Var Block   17. Lot  33  arid House 	
L. Earl  Block   47.  Lot  34  	
Robt. Scott  Ble.'k 47, Lot 37 and H.usc 	
H. E. Rogers  Blo.k  17, Lots 3s-39 nnd House 	
A. G. Fraser  Block  17, Lots 40 to 48 nnd House
.25
4.00
1.15
1.50
3.00
0.00
».  L. Kiimian  » Block  4,S\  Lots   1   and 2    1.00
R. S. Wilson  Block 48, Lot 4  3.80
John  Hctoi    Blo.k  I-. Loi- 5 anl 6              '■  &80
Eenni- M Oarthy  Blo.k   l\ Lots lu and II  2.--50
Higginson and Smith  Block 48, Lots 12 to II and House  r.i.-a
A. M. Craig  Block is, Loti 15 t., 17 an.: Btable             S.00
Bdward  Ha.llic   Block   IS, Lots   |S and   19 *."
A. <",. Fraser  Blo.k   IS,  Lots 2-5 and 20  l.oo
J. Ferguson  Block 4-, Loti 33 and House	
F. C. Elliot   Block   Is. Lol  36 anel House.       8.40
Louis Levesque  Block   !*•. I...is 37-13$ un,l Hon*'                        3.00
Stephen  Woe.d     Block   18, Lol              *       I  Hon-,  il.OO
James Hunt   Blo I   I-, Lot 41 .m.I House  1.50
Thos. Blackwood  '. Block  I-. I,..'   15  "    ,35
K. L.  Kinman  Block   19,  Lota 21   to 21  and  HnU«e  7.mi
Hon. Thos.  Taylor  Block   m. Lot  29 and II..us.  2.00
J. McLennan   Block  49,   I.ol   29  7.10
McLennan and ManBon  Block  I'.i. Lol 80      7.10
John Carlson  Block  l'i. Lo.   ; I    8.00
Mrs. Ous Lund  . "'ock  .50,  Lot    28 and  21   »..,  11.80
W. M. Brown  l'!'"'k 50, Lol 27   2.30
j. Flood  Block 51, Ic,i 3   4.80
James  Himl    iBIock 51. Lot *. and Blacksmith Shop  1.00
N. G. Erickson  Block  51, Lot 9  :,n
Alex Bigger    Blo.k  51. Lot   10      50
Nell Bwlnlon  Block 51, Lol  ll   8.30
A. M. Craig  Block 51, Lotsl2-18 and House   11.90
J. 0. Murray  Blo '■■  51, Lot. -iy:: an.l Stoic  16.00
Frank Abey  Block 51, Lot    94 and 85    • el Building   7.60
Alex McLean  Block 51. Lol 26  50
Mrs. A. Fowler  Block  51.  Lot   27    1.70
H. I). Hume   Blocl    51,   I,.i   2-    5.10
B. R. Vipond  Blocl.  52,  l.oi   3       1.70
8wan Carlson                    Block  58, Lol   i  25
A. G. Frasei   Bl.      '■'. i."'   6-7 anl Store   15.00
o. Onuseraan  Block fit, Lot B an.i Shop  2.50
Ralph   Hlgglnflon    HL■• k   62,   LOI   ll   anel  Bail line  -  8.90
M. Beaton and E. it. Vipond  Block 52, Lot  16   ind Building   10.20
John Btauber * Block BS, Lo!  iy and Houn   6.00
John  Haner   Blorl   52,  Lot  82 and U.e is,*  3.00
H. McPherson  Pari   Lol   IW> a.  I   1.60
».  L.  Clink  ,  Lots  I   to 31,  nnd  three lioii-ce, rlnn No   .5.30 B   34.00
£ 57.58
2.35
7.30
14.40
.4}
1.90
2.15
9.55
.40
5.30
2.15
.55
'4.50
2.15
1.40
1.65
1.65
2S.15
2.65
2.55
2.30
3.20
6.125
.55
3.60
1.65
1.30
2.65
5.45
.85
2.25
1.35
4.30
23.55
39.40
.40
.85
7.80
6.90
5.45
2.66
,80
'1.25
5.40
2.20
2.20
2.20
1.25
1.85
1.85
2.70
.55
.55
2.20
20.95
13.75
0.70
.80
1.55
1.86
1.30
.25
77.60
4.00
10.65
5.50
3.25
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1ALD, REVt LSTc
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 2.5,  1913.
for lineal
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT  DESCRIPTION  OF PROPERTY
TAXES
—»i
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAli
Trout Lake City, First Addition Townsite. Subdivision part Lot 762.   G. I. Plan 530a
ft*.  Abrahamson  Block 2, Lots 7 to 14  * *   2.00
Mrs.  M. A.   Johnstone  Block 3, Lots 3-4- and House      1'*,'°
J   Sweeney   Block 3, Lots 5 to 7 and House       '.00
Syvrl  mson Block 3, Lots 10 to 13 	
Harry   L.   Godsoe   Block 3, Lots 22-23 one third, 24
Mis. j, Pullman  Block 3, Lots W. one-third of 24-25 nml House
 Block 3, Lots 26 and 27 	
 Blocl.  4,  Lots   1-2  aad  House	
 Bloek  4,  Lots  11-12  and House 	
 Block 1, Lots  13 and 14 	
 Block   I, Lots  15 to  19  and House       14.00
 Blo.k 4, Lots 20 and House.      5.00
 Blo.k  4,  Lot  21      1.10
04 ,     10.00
R,  H-ndrickson ...
•\.   A.   Bowman  ..
Gius. Bergb 	
NeU Bodin.-'	
Husrh McPherson
Alei  Bigger 	
  1.00
md House   25.70*
 ,    3,00
  1.00
 ]  1.50
 t  1.78
    .  ,75
E.  Hillman  	
A   yars  Blo.k 6, Lots 1 to 3 House, 22 t
A. G.  Fraser  Block 6, Lots 6 to 12  -      3.50
rli.-. Johnson 	
0.   J.   Nelson 	
.Block 6, Lot
.Block 6, Lot
20
21  .
  3.30
  1.10
I  and House  " r>-°0
Block 7,  Lots  11-12  and Hous'e   '  *0-60
Bloek  8,  Lot   I 80
Bloek 8. Lots 7.1*- and House  -00
M.  Brown Block 8, Lots 15 and 16  -  ■•,ift
F.  B. Baker  Block   7,  Lots  1   to
H.   J.  McDonald
J. C. Murray 	
N.   B.   Smith
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1.80
20.15
3.55
.90
11.45
2.60
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  1.00  ,   2.75
   1.00   1.75
1.85  1.00   21.40
.35  1.00   10.9*0
  1.00    4.25
.75  1.00   21.00
.20   l.OO   7.85
.75 . l.OO   7J0
.15  1.00   3.80
.25  1.00  ,  0.25
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.05  LIKI  ,  2.70
.35   1.00   10.95
.85  1.00   10.40
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Trout Lake City, Second Addition Townsite, Subdivision part Lot 762.   Gh I. Plan 530c
2.40
.25
.50
2.15
.80
3.20
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11.011
437.10
Andrew   Abrahamson Block 2. Lots 1 to 24  - *   9-M
Andrew  Abrahamson  Blocks :>, to 7, 00 Lots    10.00
J;,-.   Hunt   Blo.k 6, Lots 1 to 0       l' '"
\   ,;.  Frasei   Block 7. Lots 1 to 12       4***°
Andrew   Abrahamson    Blo.ks   10  .,,  12.  14 and  16,   104  Lots	
Andrew  Abrahamson  Blo.k 10, Lots i-->-9	
S.  Daney  Blo.k 16, Lot 3. 	
A. M.  Craig  Blo.k  16, Lot 5  -
S.  .1.  Graham  Block 16, Lot li 	
Andrew   Abrahamson   Block 18,  Lot  1  	
Andrew   Abrahamson   Unplotted Portion Lot 762, G. 1, K.D „..	
D'.nald Mcintosh  .Lot- 1  to 0, Subd. Lot 7, G. 1, K.D.    27.77 acre
David   Calder Lots 7 to   |3. K.D.   Slll>. 1.   7.  34.49  acre-   	
Chas.  F. Lindmark  Lots   14  to 29-3-S  to   0'.  K.D. 04 acres	
S.  Hail anl  J.  Nutter  Blo*ks 1 an.l 13 of Part Lot 37:'., K.D. G.   I,  Plan 919, 30 acres       4.50
John  W.  Spencer   Blocks .5 anl 10 ol Part Lot 373, K.D.  G.  1. Plan 910, 21 acres       3.15
.Blo.ks l*. and 11 of Pari  Lot 3.73. K.D.G.   1, Plan 919, 66 acres      10.00
.Block 7 ol Pari  Lot373, K.D.. G.   l.Plan 019, 31 acres  »   *r'*'|n
.Lot   111.  11. I.K.I).,   100  acre-     N'*'-'"
.Lol  501, 'I   i.  K.D.,  Beaton 293 aeres    2S*":''0
'an I...'  ;.*,.. Oi. I. K.D., Trout Lake l"i', „cre«     10*°"
S.E.   | 770, G, I,   K.D..  Trout  Lak-,    -1  acres  	
,W.   1 77ii. G. L K-D., Trout Lak-. 160 acres 	
Canadian  Pacific Lum    t Co    Pnrt  1...'   Mil, G.l,, K.D.. mill, Arrow  Lake,   150 a.-r.- 	
,1.  fl.  till  Part  Lot B64, Arrow Lak-. 14". acres	
Hugh Karstens   Blo       *       I'. H..T.K. of I...*  -364,   K D., G. 1. Plan K12.  I- acres
Beaton an.l Ve*7.iaa Block    E uni K.   ind balance ol L't- I. n:.i e.cre- 	
Shaw  Block L   .1 Lot 864, K.D., G 9.25     re     	
3haw  Blo k M. ol Lot -.-'H.  K.D., G  I, 9.59   i rea 	
B. V.  Motl Mock "   nt I...*  -'14.  K.n . G       L4      icre* 	
r. G, KHi-  Blo . Q     I Lot 964   K.D..
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.1  ...ph Gralton    '*' *   "■'■■• Block- 1   I, K.D.,  l'i...   "'"*.
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E t, Wm, Baty        t Lot 11 17    ■ I B
Mrs   Ell   i McDougal I      -'...;. K '
g    Walker         :     l.,e     17-
.!. E. Annable         -   -    '  '--
R.  E. Brrring on           ; 4 of Lot 754
W.  .!.   Mosley   B L K.D.
Margaret F. Dean 	
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W. H.   Vlcker	
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E.  W.  B.  Pact	
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A.  M.  Crnic 	
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Fred  Block  I   .1 i.'.t   1274,
-   .  S   I ol Lol  1274, N iku r. 0  I   K.D
C,  k   Walli    Loi   il'   .  Duncan  Ri K.D.,
L. Thon I H. M. C«   -r  L t 49      0. 1, K.D., 31
 Ill*, k  A   ,(  Lot   i."l      Plan 9       0. 1, K.D
R,  p.  Han  Lotal and 2 of Block Col ;   K '■'     *
Foyc Tayl ,i and M Cjuarrio  Pari  Lol 6549, •',  i. K i> . 140 tern .
W.   H. Thomai   Part Lot. 5540, 0   I,  K D.,  140 a Mi
K ,;o German    Block i ol Lot 6619, O.l, Kn     KI
j ph  Ornfton   Blocks 1-8-3-6-0 and 10  ol  Loi  5910,   Pla I.l   K.D
p, o'Sbea  9.   1 <*•' Lot f'',,',• '•  '■ K "    IM ,rr"
Metropolitan Gold and Silver Mng. CoLol 7047, Ferguson, Q  I. K.D., WO acre   144.00
. ■,.    Kartten  Blo.k 5*of Lol 7106, 0. I, K.D., 9.07 MO
B, Andrew  Pari. Bub Lol  19 of Lol 7r,'.. Bdgowood, <■   I   K D., If   icn ...I 19.00
Wilfred  Woliterhoini  ...... '. Block 4 ol Lol 7540, Map 931 0   I, K D
Robt. Holm.'M  Blocks t and r„ Lol 7640 	
S.  .1.  ftarlow  Blocks 3 and  5,  Lot  7903 ...
K    L.   Mad,.,  on   Lot  7955    ,.,.0, I ,  K.D .  60
V»   h*   Ogilvie  Lot 7'*,M
li.  I'.   Kane  , Lol  78S7
Ed. Hillman  Lot 7960
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9.50
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10.75
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5.30
12.45
7.20
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12.60
0.20
10.35
100.45
53.75
14.95
i 20.65
5.65
5.65
13.20
19.85
21.30
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1S4.55
33.35
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1.35
4.50
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75.25
48.75
5.75
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2.00
2.00
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4.35
4.05
11.40
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10.75
0.25
C.25
lill.75
2-00   10.55
2.00   *U0
2.00    30.15
200    12.70
2.00   0.90
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2.00    4.10
3.00   12.50
2.00   16.15
2.00
2.00
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2.00
5.55
9.05
3.55
11.35
7.20
10.40
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2.00   102.25
2.00  „  202.15
2.00   71.65
2.00   19.BJ
2.00   :W.fio
8.00   38.60
9.00   21.05
2.00   36.05
2.00  „  22.00
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■^^■HMM SATURDAY,   OCTOBER  2.r>,  1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE  FIFTEEN
TB
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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i
Beaton and Vezina  Lot  7892 G.  1, K.  D  130.25
Arrow Lake Orchurds Limited  Lot 7976  G. 1,  K.D., 93 acres     ri1.no
Arrow Lake Orchurds Limited  Lot 79S0  G. 1, K.D., 610 acres   321.00
Arrow Lake Orchurds Limited  Lot  7633  .*. G. 1,  K.D.,  610  acres    23J.H0
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot 8031  l.G. 1,  K.D.,  640  acres  386.00
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lpt
Arrow Lake Orchurds Limited  Lot
Arrow Lake Orchurds Limited  Lot
Arrow Lako Orchurds Limited  Lot
Arrow Lak.' Orchards Limitod  Lot
Arre;w Lake Orchards Limited  Lot
Orchards Limited  Lot
Orchards Limited  Lot
Orchards Limited  Lot
Orchards Limited  Lot
Orchards Limited  Lot
Arrow Lako
Arrow Lako
Arrow Lake
Arrow Lako
Arrow Lake
Arre)W Lake Orchards Limited  Lot  8503
Arrow Lake Orchards Limitod  Lot  S5HI
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lol   8505
Arrow Lako Orchards Limited  Lol  8500
so:i3
8034
8035
8049
8050
8177
-178
8143
SI02
8504
-.."02
..G. 1,
..G. 1,
..G. 1,
,.G. 1.
..*;. i.
Arrow Lake Ore-hards Limited  Lot 8011  G. 1.
Harry Warner Blo.k 7 ol Lot 8025  .*G.   I,
Tho*. Cruhum  Block 8 ot Lot  8028  G. I.
Geo.   Scott    Blo.k '.I of 8025 G
J. Bombaivlinii and J. Merslate  Blocks 1  to  1 of Lot 8026  G
A.   P.   Hammalman   Block 5 of Lot 8026  Q
A.  B.  Kammalman  Block 6 of Lot *l>26  , G
J. E, Annable (a Blocks 7-0 to 11-13-M-16  Lot 8026 G.l
A. J. Miller  Block   12 of  Lot  8026   G, 1
John Roberts  Block 5 of Lot S029   G. 1
rW.   V.   Marshall    Blocks 1*** and 21  of Lot N029 \\. I
J.   E.   Annable   Lot   8032   G. I
Joseph Grafton  3lock«  I   lo   I, 7 to  16 of Lot  801-J, Pl
E. C.  Arthur  Lot  8039.	
E,   C   Arthur   Lot   8047    G. I
E.   0.   Arthur   *.ot  8048   G. I
Fred Wensley  Pnrt  Lot  "-I29,  Plan  1032 G.l
J.   H.   Duckworth   Block 2 of Lot 8129  G. 1
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.D.,
•K.D.,
K.D.,
K.D.
K.D.
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.Df
K.I)..
K.D.,
K.U.,
K. D.
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.D.
K.D.
K.D.
K.D.
K.D.
K.D.
K.D.
K.D.
626 a.res   324.011
150 acres    102.0*1
266 acres   60.-.0
5,17 acres  *.  224.00
320 acres   182.00
, 640 ucres  , ...  224.00
76 ucres   29.60
460 acres   156.00
35.")  acres    128.00
32H acres'   122.40
8H  acres     a.i.-'O
240 acres    80.00
...4ti   acres    17.60
283 acres   11*6.00
320
270
acres
acres
18S.H0
164.00
3.00
2.00
7.50
7.20
3.60
3.60
32.05
1*2.00
L.
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L.
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l.-t  acres   	
10 acres 	
39  a.res 	
9.75   acres   	
0.75 acres 	
124.75 acres 	
1.9.34 acres 	
20 acres   14.iki
2H.5 Bcres   3.25
ioi; acres   24.50
020. G. 1,  K.D.,  126.35 acres   29.75
1,  K.D.,   160  aeres    15.00
K.D.,  4S0  acres  $ *">f*.no
K.D.,  640  acres   *.  120.00
K.D.. 95 acres   5.on
K.D.,  25.15 acres    4.no
I,  K.D.,   135.94 acres   „.  21.75
I. K.D.. 304 acres  .7.  35.00
I,  K.D..  144   acres  25.00
I,  K.D.,  120  a.res    36.00
1. K.D., 320.0 acres   24.00
1, K.D.,  160 acres  i 8.00
8405-9406-8-107   "i.l,  K.D..  163 acres  12.25
9323   G. I., K.D..  160 a.res   20.50
Lot  8130  "
Lot 8156  G
Lot 8168  "1
8185  r:
McDougald 	
McDougald  ,	
Fraser 	
furrier ot al  Part Lot
Grant  Realty  Company  *.ot   8403
Robert  Sanderson  Lot  8401
Giant  an 1 Simmers   «  Lot
F.  J.  Harlow  Lot
Henry  Bronby   Block 1 of W.J of Section 18, Towp. 7 I, Plan 890, K.D., 2^.03 acres  8   a.On
Alex Barnet  Blocks 2 to 4, 6.7.0 and 10, W.J Sec. S, Twp. 70,  K.D.. 245 acres    92.40
Rev.   W.   C.   Calder  "art N.E.  J and Part S.E. } Sec. 28, Twp. 23. K.D..  30 acres     17.90
Columbia Fruit  Lands Company  *?. J   N.E. 1   Bection 22, Twp. 23, K.D., 80 acres  1    40.00
A.
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Calder  S.W.i of E.i, S.E. } of Wlj Section 12. Twp. 60, K.D.. 160 acres   50.00
Calder  S.W.  ', Section 22, Twp. 00. K.D., 160 a.res  „..•  79.00
Calder  V  E.  i  Section 22, Twp. 69. K.D., 16) acres  42.00
Calder  *-*. B. } Section 22, Twp. 60. K.D.. 169 acres  15.00
Calder  N'.W.  J  Section 22. Twp. 69, K.D.,  16 i acres   15.00
Calder   W.   J   Section   14.   Twp.   69,   K.D..  320 acres     CO.00
Calder  W.  J N.W.  }  and S  W. .'. Section 23 Twp. 69. K.D.. 240 acres   20.00
A. Calder  N.E.   i Bection  1", Twp. 69, K.D., 16) a.res  46.00
Caponero  V. Part S.W. J  Section 14, Twp. 23. lK.D.. 90.2 acres  15.00
Pari  Section 20. Twp. 23. K.D. 94 acres   9.00
Lots 7,  9 to  U.I3,   16.17,  19, 21. 22,  25. 28. to 30, 41, 42.00 to  146.  149 to
201, 203,205, to 260, 269 to 331, 343. to'180. 382 to 391.   393 to  121 of Subdivi
»ion See's. 3 to 5.  13, 11 iti, 20, 21, 23,21,26 to 20,32 to   36, Plan 960, 5291
...if- 1010.00
v.;  n.w. { Section 13. S.E. J Section 23. Twp. 69, K.D.. 240 acres   I8.nn
'•"..  J and E.J of W.  J Section 3, Twp. 69. K.D.,  480.07 a.-res    96.00
V.   J  Section  10.  Twp.  69.  K.D., 32<i lKres  112.00
■:.  '. of E.  J  Se. tion 9, Twp. 09, K.D. ICO acres  32.00
W. 1  o{ S.W.  }   Section  11. Twp. 69   SO  acres  28.00
3.E.  1  Section  10, Twp. 69, K.D.. 16)   „res  32.00
S.W.  ;  Sction  IB, Twp. 69,  K.D., 160  acres  32.00
••*..   |   B.B.   ;   Section 16, Twp.  69.  K. D., 80 acres  16.00
W.J  N.E.J   E.j N.W.} and N.W.} oi N.W.|. Sec.2, Twp. 69, K.D., 200 acres...  40.06
W.J N.W.} and N.W.} of S.W.},Sec3.NE.} of N.E.}.Sec.4,Twp.69.K.D.160   ac.  32.00
W.J  N.E.'.See. 26.W.J.S.E.}, Sec 35,Twp, 71. K.D.. 167 acres   83.20
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Jos. Dolan Est	
Edgewood Orchard-  Limited 	
w. R. Oalder 	
Fire Valley Orchards  Limited  ...
Fire Valley Orchards Limited ...
Fire Valley Orchards
Fire Valley Orchards
Fin' Valley  Orchards
Fire Valley Orchards
Fil.' Valley Orchards
Fire Valley Orchards
Fire Valley Orchards  Limit.<d
Fire Valley Orihards   Limit.'d
Limited
Limited
Limited
Limited
Limited
Limitod
Fne   Valley Orchards  Limit-d   S.W.J  of N.W.}  and W.J   S.W.}. Sec ;. Twp. 70, K.D..  120.2 acres     66.80
Grant  and  Simmers   E.  J N.W.*  and N.W.  } of N.E.}, Section 7, Twp.  70. K.D..   110.57 acres *? 22.00
Henry  F.  Hay   S.J   N.E.}.  Section 2:'., Twp. 23,  K.D. 80  aeres       27.50
I i     W. Haner  9.B.  ;, Scciion 35, Twp. 23, K.D., 16n acres 	
C. B. Hume and B.  A.  Lawson  S.B,   '..  Bection 23, Twp. 23, K.D., 16n acres 	
I.    It.  Hagar   Part N.E.} of N.E.  }, Section 14 and house. Twp
Fred  Hiskett    Lot  23, Twps.  6**> and 60,  K.D.,  11.9   acres 	
23,  K.D.. 20 acres
  42.50
  'JO.nn
•  7.50  ,
  3.00
L. M. Hamlin  Lot 14S Twps. 68 and 69, K.D., 6.2 acres  1.50
W.  Howarth  nnd  W.  Skidmore   Lol 202, Twps. 08 and 69, K.D.. 14.2- acres  3.50
Wm. Kirby, Sr E.J  W.J  S.W.}  aud W.J  E.J  S.W.}.    Section  10, Twp.  70,  K.D., 80 acres...  25.60
Mr-.   Mury Ltv/i  1'nd. one-third of S.J  N.W...  Section 1. Twp. 23, K.D., 26.6 acres  5.00
Jo-.   Lonso   N.i  S.W.}.  Bection 26.  Twp.  23, K.D. 80 acres    20.00  ,
Thos,  Lewis  All lhat portiou lying south of lllecillewaet  River in E},S."C.26,Twp.23,  K.l
li. 30 acres   32.on ,
0.  F.  Lindmark   L.S.D. 12, Sec. 28, Twp. 23. 11- acres W.J L.8.D. of Sec. 33, 2.30 acreB mill
sites,   1-2-3-4   10.36  a.res,   E.J   L.S.D.  1, 32,  10.03 acres, Part S.W.} Sec, 33.
37 acres, Pt. L.S.D.  1 and 5, Se.-tion 33, 2 acres, K.D , Totalacreage 188.69 $ 59.00
Robt.  A.  Mathie Lot  SS.Twps, 68 and 69, K.D., 9.11 acres    2.75
Mi-.   0.  Kadclifle  LSD 6 oi Beotlon  16. Twp. 25, Allien Canyon, K.D., 40 acres   5.00
G.  B.  McMillan K.J  B.B.J, BeC.l, Twp. 60, 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.  *0 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..
Ivan   McPherson    Lot   12 ..( Twops, 68 and 69,  K.D., 10 acres  3.00
MoCutObeoa Bros Lots 73 to 76, Twps. 68 & 69. Plan 060, K.D., 40 acres   8.00 .
Wm. 0.  RIUMI  Lot  15, Twps. 68 and  69. K.D ,  10 acres  Jl.OO
Dr.   D.   Rainville   Lot 204,  Twp-.  68 and 60,  K.D.. 16.07 acres  3.-50
Gabriel Sirianni  .N.W.}, Sec 24. Twp. 23, K.D., 160 acres  15.00
John Bkogttrom  N.W.}  16 L.S.D. 15, Sec. 9, Twp. 25, K.D., 164 acris   10.00
W. E.  Smith  Part N.W.}.  Se. tion 25. Twp. 23, K.D., 6 acres ...  4.00
Ohas. Turnross Est N.J N.E.}, Section 33, Twp.38, Greely Greek, K.D., SO aires   21.60
W. J. Twi-s  Lot 20, Twps. 68 &69. K.D., 7.8 acres  2.00
Fred W. Thompson  , Lot 196, Twps. 68 and 60, K.D., 6.4 acres  2.00
Wm.  Williams  Blks. 1  to Ml  to 24 of W.J.  Sec 24, Twp. 71.8.L.2 of Lot 7159, Plan 1049,
Blocks 8a,  0,10 &   13a ol  Lot   10583.G.  1, K.D., 368.0 acres   30.00
Thos.  E.  Wilson    -. Lot 147, Tv'psf 68 and 08, K.D., 11.4   a, res  .  3,85
II B.  Wallisl N. Ward and H. Wnllis...Part S.J S.E.}, Section 33, Twp. 20,   K.D., 40 acres   2.50
.lame    Cldand    Subd.  Se,*.   1.   Villa  Lots  25-26 and  house,   K.D  23.50
It    lt.  OopelUl)  Lol  4,  Hlo. k  6;  Lot   4, Block 10 Lot 6,  Block  C, K.D     4.50
Jos.  Cntclli   Lois 1-3 and house Block 3, K.D  4.50
F. W.  Cameron  Villa  l,ot 0,  Section 27, K.D.   „ .  3.50
Mrs. R. N. Doylo  Villa Lot 36,  K.D .  12.50
Raffael Dltofflusl  Lol 10, Blo*k 6, K.D .  1.75
and McOulre  Lol 7, Block 9. K.D	
1:   0. Promt-**  Villa Lot 19, C	
K.  0,  Ki.eincy  Lot! 1 nnd 2, Block r.i, K.D	
0. Falsetto  Lol 3, Block B., C 19	
.!. P. Fordfl  le.i    9, 10   ml 11, W.J of 12 and hous-
M   Puoeo ;    Lol  I and hotiat, Block 7, C	
Clarence  QOO h    Villa  Lot   23      K.I) fill	
•Ml. t; 11         Lol 2. Illock 8, Lots Hand 12, Block
Ibl.iia  Hi, li     L0t2,  Dle.ck  .1.  Lota  11 anel 12, BlocA
Bli
2.00
1H.0O
1*1.80
3.70
20.00
5.00
3.50
14.10
7.50
74.10   ...
.... 2.00  	
.... 2.00  	
.   212.20
	
  36.15....
	
  20.*)...
.... 2.00  	
  254.40
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 ... 360.20
 13.90...
.... 2.00  	
  117.90
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    73.70
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 ,   17.80....
  144.45
    9.75....
.... 2.00  	
  245.75
2 .'
  12.55....
.... 2.00  	
.... 2.00 	
    34.05
  170.55
	
  11.05...
.... 2.00  	
  141.05
 (
    9.10....
.... 2.00 	
 ... 133.50
    2.75....
.... 2.00   , ..
     39.95
...    6.65...
.... 2.00  	
 ...    88.65
     1.33....
.... 2.00  	
    20.95
  12.55....
  130.55
22 70...
 212.70
  10.60....
... 2,00  ,.
  176.60
    10....
       5.10
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     10.10
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1.00
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      6.85
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      9.20
4.85 	
    2.50....
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     42.30
16.65    , .
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     32.15
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     17.20
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     1.85....
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     28.35
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 $ 85.60
     5.10....
  127.40
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       7.25
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     57.10
	
     28.35
     2.15	
     40.15
     38.35
 35	
    10.35
 55	
... 2.00 	
     2H25
     1.65	
     24.15
 $    .20	
 8   7.20
  10.40	
  104.80
     1.80	
2.00 	
     21.70
33.15 	
     3.00	
.. 2.00 	
    78.45
    67.55
  10.75	
	
... 2.00 	
    48.20
... 2,n0 	
    17.70
.70	
2.no   	
    17.70
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     22.90
... 2.00  	
. 2.00
 65... .
... 2.00  	
IT
20.65
53.05
10.70
... 46.80	
...    3.25	
...    4.30	
...    7.90	
...   1.45	
...    1.75	
...   1.45...	
...   1.45	
...     .70...	
...   1.30	
...   1.45...	
...   7.50.......
...   5.10.......
...I 1.00	
...   1.10	
....    4.45	
...   1.85.......
 35	
 15	
 10	
 15	
....   2.35	
 25	
....    1.40	
2.00  10S8.80
2.00      53.25
2.00   102.30
2.00   12190
2.oO      35.45
2.00
2.IK)
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
31.75
35.45
35.45
1X70
43.80
3545
. 2.00       92.79
, 2.00      73.90
.$2.n0   8 25.tK>
2. OO
2.00
2.O0
2.00
9.00
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J 110
30.611
78.60
86.40
9.85
5.16
3.60
5.65
2.00      29.95
J.'xi      7.25
2.00     40.10
3.0.-..,
2.00
35.80
10.05
6.70
8,55
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4.85
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88.75
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5.15
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5.65
17.65
12.45
6.20
25-60
4.10
4.10
33.35
5.40
4.60
26.70
5.70
5.70
4.65
14.95
2.80
3.16
32.50
14.26
11.90
21.90
9 90
4.65
16.tr. PAGE SIXTEEN
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   OCTOBER  25,   1913.
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL
K.D.
A.   A.  G.  Hansen   .Villa Lot  land Lot 1, Block 8
Cha-.  l-'licthu  Lot 4. Block 10, K.D	
Chas,   Johelka  Lot 4, Block 2, K.D	
C. F. Lindmark  Lots 1 and 2, Block 4, C	
Pasquel Minotti  Lot. 7. Block 2, K.D	
Dom. Mi,*ieli  Lot 10, Block 4 and Lots 4 and 5, Biock 3, K.D
,1. J. Porter  Villa Lot 39, E.J Lots 12 and 13. Block 60, K.D,
Dom. Sirianna  L..t 2,  Blocx 7,Seciion 27, Twp. 33, C  2.50
F. Starchuo  Lot 8, Block 9, K.D.      3.25
Mr-, R. A. Upper  N.J Lot 29 and house. K.D      6.00
.I,,..  Clark  Pan  S.E.}, Section 27, Twp. 23, C  *  t'2.00
6.50
3.70
5.00
3.50
3.50
3.25
14.70
O Kfl
7.55
3.05
.30... .
,50	
... 1.00 	
       7.10
.15. ...
...  1.00 	
    1 . *
.30	
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 ,       4.80
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6.40	
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     .12.10
.15	
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       7.60
.25	
...   l.OO  	
.50	
.... l.oo	
.90	
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     21.45
!
V
Dated at Revelstoke. B. C, this 15th day of October, 1913.
N. Rj>. BROWN,
Deputy Assessor and Collector.
&<&«£>*& ® WOXFim & e» &> e* <3> €£@
The Gurney-Oxford
Attracts Madam To The Kitchen
THE GURNEY-OXFORD has a large following of fashionable cooks who dip into the culinary
art simply for the pleasure they derive from
trying dainty recipes previously not attempted.
They are all most enthusiastic supporters of the
Gurney-Oxford because it contains many exclusive devices that make a perfect cooking equipment.
Its oven is evenly heated in every corner to insure deliciously
dainty cakes, golden brown biscuits, and light flaky pastry. A
special Divided Flue carries the heat to every hole on the range.
The top is perfectly smooth and clean, requiring r.oblack lead polish.
But most important is the Economizer I: is a small lever that
moves around a series of six notches giving the exact degree of
heat required for any particular dish. The heat of the range
can be shut off and the kitchen kept cool between meals by
turning the lever to a certain number.
The fire is held at a low ebb
on a special Reversible Grate
until a baking oven is required.
Then the necessary heat can
be obtained quickly by simply
turning the Economizer !ever
toanothernotch.
Such control as this
enables many smart
women to invent
some very tempting
dishes which they set
triumphantly before
their friends. It will
pay you to investigate the Gurney-
Oxford.
CALL ON US-ASK FOR OUR NEW CATALOGUE "STOVES AND RANQES"
REVELSTOKE   HARDWARE
COMPANY,   LTD.
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