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REVELSTOKE. B. C. UCTOBEll 18, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
V
LICENCE CESSION
ADJOURkJ) MEETING
Tapping Hotel Temporary Permit and Licence again Con
sidered.—Five Eminent Lawyers Engage in Battle of
Argument Before Commissioners. Tapping Granted
Extension of Temporary" Permit for Two Months.—
Name of "Selkirk Hotel" cApproved.—Court Adjourned
to December.
The Board of License Commissioners met in public session at
the City Hall, Revelstoke, B.C., Friday afternoon, October 10th,
1913, in adjourned meeting.
Mayor Commissioner, T. Kilpatrick occupied the chair.
Commissioner S- Sutherland was also present.
The chairman called the meeting to order at 3:00 p. m.
City Clerk Gordon acted as Clerk to the Board Meeting.
Miss J. Hardy was duly sworn as Official Stenographer.
Mr. E. Gillan appeared on behalf of applicant, in support of
the following application as read by the clerk :
Revelstoke B. C , September 22nd. 1913
To the Board of License Commissioners,
Revelstoke, B.C.
Gentlemen:
Application is hereby made for the transfer from Lots 1 to 7
both inclusive, in Block 10, plan 836, Revelstoke. to Lots 17 18 and
19 in Block 17, Plan G3G A., Revelstoke (being the corner of First
Street and Orton Avenue) of the retail liquor license held by me in
respect of the"City Hotel,"Revelstoke. 1 have already commenced
the construction of the new hotel of a substantial character on the
new site acquired by me. and the completion of this hotel will be
rushed with all possible dispatch, I propose to give the new hotel
the name of "The Selkirk Hotel" and would like to have the Board's
approval of the name selected.
The notice required to V.e published is now being published in
the Mail-Herald newspaper and will have been completed by the
date of your boards meeting on October 10th, 1*913-
I enclose $10 fee payable on this application.
My application has the support of practically all the property
holders and householders in the vicinity of the new site, and I can
assure you no time will be lost in building and equipping a hotel
property which will be a credit to the citv.
Yours truly-
J. C TAPPING.
Sept. '-'2nd, 1913.
This application was accompanied by theusual declaration as
to publication of notice. Mr. W. 1. Briggs, associated with advocates K. Miller, M.I..A., of Vancouver, and Mclntyre. oi Kamloops, appeared on behalf oi certain property owners, householders and objectors.
City Solicitor G. S. MeCarter, was present as legal advisor
to the commissioners.
unfortunate enough to go dry or not. proposed  to b<-  transferred.
License is granted for specific purpos-      Mr,  Wallace is  now  in the  room.
es und if the     buildinj     gc-s up     in      Mr. CE. Gillan—If there is going to
smoke, that  man cannot  under a  tav- be .-in  adjournment  1   would  li.<e     to
«in license carry on   a saloon,   if    he know it new.
wants to sell' liquor next day under a      \\r.  Wallace,    sworn—Examined  by
tavern license he can only-do Bo by go- m,.,  Meinlyre—1   um an  architect.
iiicr into a building complying with the
act. A license is a license, no matter
whether the community suffers by going dry or noi. A license given for a
specific purpose- shall only lie used for
that purpose. The acl Sa>*s no man
shall sell liquor under a tavern license
in a saloon.
Chairman T. Kilputrick—This ael
provides Ior tho intention of uBsistiiiM;
anyone who was s,, unfortunate as to
be burned down.
Mr. E. Miller—The granting of un cr
iginal license is a lie-ense to sell liquor audit provides that nothing shall
be done not complying wuh the act.
Section 389 deals with thn construe -
tion of a building for tire purposes and
otherwise, Mr. MeCarter speaks ,en
this and then switches to 334. If yoUl*
bylaw which comes under 331 and theu
this application under S.'lt, thou it
must come under section 2*2 of your
bylaw, "Thc mayor shall upon receipt
of any application for license and so
forth" If thai isso we aro entitled to
have here bofoi-e ns lho various statements inquired. There i> the question
as to whether appli ant is or is not
the uu.- owner of these premises. From
what wee can gather he-is not ilie owner of ihe premises, we haw :, roeoi I
from tie- land rer/islry office showing
thai he is nol Ihe registerc I owner ol
tile-si- premises
Mr. C.S. MeCarter—There seems to
be a lm  of     time taken up with  this  !
statement which the mayor is supposed  to prepare.   That statement is for
the information of lhe      ■'•!.
Mr, Miller -Yes, II is forthe information of lhe board, but II is also im-
pei alive.
Mr. C.   E. Gillan—Pei  a]     ihi    ' a'
bi I'll done.
Chairman Kilpatrick—Whom are you
Mr, Mclntyre and these gentlemen representing here?
Mr. Mclntyre—That is down in the
evidence before, turn up the notes. We
are representing Messrs. McSorley, J.
Mclntyre, A. Cowie and a large number of others.
Mr. Wa
CONSERVATIVE
CONVENTION
AT VICTORIA
JANUARY 16th and 17th
RALPH SMITH
ON LIBERAL
PARTY
SUGGESTS NEW PARTY
Wcuid    Need    Help    From
Socialists
I    Victoria will be the scene oi the next
annual  Conservative  convention, which ]
is scheduled  to take place on January
| Iti  and 17, says   the  Victoria  Colonist.'
ace—] prepared the plans for Tnis decision was arrived at lust week I
tbe building  to be used as un hotel    in aftCr a conference between the British I    T   , ,,       „„,,.,
the city of Revelstoke by Mr. Tapping   Columbia   Central   Conservative  Asso-1    II f6H t0 "*" R"lpl' hmUl" fl      °ne"
I have seen the premises.     They are  ciatlon lllld the  victoria Conservative   Ume  meral>er ol  parliament   and  still
lots   17,1s  ami  19 In  Block  17,    Plan I Assoe-iation. a Liberal,   to  introduce  a  proposition,
036A.  Revelstoke,  corner of First  St. |    Tne    convention  will      bc     without   which,  he hopes,  will improve       that
mid Orton avenue.   I cannot say when  doubt, the largest of the, kind ever held'
1 flrst examine 1  these premises with a  in the  province and,  for that matter, ]
View  to building a  hotel,  it was    since   the largest of any kind,
the- City hotel was burned down, that |     it w;n Drmg io the capital nearly &'.   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
thousand   delegates from ali  parts   0f made last night   at a more  or less  sel-
the province.    In addition to that how  tMt  gathering of Lib--al-  held in    aa
ever,  the convention going to Victoria   off.ee in the Holden .building.
is regarded as an excellent thing inas- .
much as it will be the means not only
of centralizing interest in    ih - party,
but also  of  centralizing  interest   in :he
city,  whi.h latter object though    cer-
party's prospect
The enunciation of the new idea, the
I pronouncement oi the new plan, was
is where Mr. Tapping was in business,
there was no building on it of any
kin I. I saw thf premises about 15
minutes' before this meeting. There are
iwo buildings on there now. One
is a temporary structure, and the permanent structure is in course of construction. I know'there is one room
there maybe more', in the temporary
building. It ds about t||x4tt, it is one
storey. 1 cannot say anything aliout
how many rooms it would hold. The
other building on it is in course of
construction, lt i- the basement and
running up to the lirst lloor joist-.
W.A. Gordon,     sworn, examined by  represent
Mr.   Mclntyri—I am   ae-ting  city  clerk.
There are  the  Victoria.  Oriental  Central,   Union  Windsor,   King     Edward,
Climax and Revelstoke hotels,  Ln Revelstoke.   This ,!,„...' not e-,,iiiit  the City
hotel.   The police census of Revelstoke
give's  about   .fTuti  people.    There      will
In- two anyway     fully licensed hotels
within one hun Ired yards of th" prem, ln6 '"to
ise-s up ,ii whi'h it is proposed to buil
th.- new heitel.   In fact  it is about 7
Mr. Miller—A description in brief of feet from the two h.iiels. Another ho-
the house, premises and furniture. II tel the Union, is about one block and
you are proceeding  under that section   ;, ball away.
wo gel  a fuither definition  of  the word      fjri xamincd by Ci y
premises,  it means     un icr this bylaw   Carter—1 think the licen :  tii    Citj
hotel was  held  I.y  Mr.  J.C.  Tape
Thc last license was issued to    J. C.
including a house.
Mr, CE   Gillan—Of course \.>u may
pul
Impeach the mayor, lam not responsible for his acts 'if omission or com-
in    ion.
j.   Ma.ee.   T.   Kil-.a'-:  I:    Well,   for  your
 H information as fnr as possible thai re-
The following is a report of the proceedings additional to that port.has bee., made, to comply with
ished in our last issue:
Tupping.   The premises to which    the
of Mi.  J.C.  Tapping Wn
e.l wer,- bin n   i  dow n  abou bc
ginning of August.   It  is     Revelstoke
City License No. G7.
tuiuly  subsidiary  to   th-?  former, i-   of
•io mean importance.
Word of the fixing of the place and
dates of the convention will at once be
dispatched throughout the province,
,.n 1 work will commence in each locality for the selection of delegates .■>
th,; =ame. ln the city, th -
work wil be undertaken without delay, an I ;i is expei ted that some time
lefoi■• the convention thos.- ne - a
preliminaries will i so perfected that
it will be possible *.e. devote time and
ati. ntion io the not li ss imp*
task of preparini* for the reception of
itors. A thousand people com-
tl ty in a day requires
some organized client ou the part o;
tho-ee resi lin re that the
-. i>it will be pleasure .   well as pro
Stable, and,   therefore,  in  addition    to
the striking oi selection     committees
lie uppointmei I ili gat ■
will ne- ei   lai .-    im il er of local
-.-native-  detailed  to    i   ll     .:"*.-      *'..
■ n 1 of the convention.
Whi re the ■ onvention     « i
de ided upon,     bu*.
that i ter I iai    : ti be safely ar-
1 iter.   The   important   fact   is
that thi   convention is coming to the
^^^^■^H      ,r, - M i  „ a   capital at a. tin.1  .vie ii      will be most
Mi.   Mclntyre—This license  produced  •"M"'-'" *» ^^^^^^^^
Mr   Mi Intyre, continuing his address
■-ii.l   i Hon  was  bro i hi   a alnst   th
lioanl    of  License
sinner-  [or .     ling n license where they
niiLrht not to have dote  -o.   O'Connoi
who h.ul no interest  in lho premise
proposed to bo licensed, presented application for  transfer ofa license -up
ported     by a petition.    This petition
staie-el the premises were lii foi .-. i   tel
when as thej  .li'l not pe.., ■ - the   .•-.-
essary  requirements.   The  ,-o-inn   ton
oi- grante I the petil Ion, pi i 'id id the
pr in.se -   v. re ma 11   iuituule.   ■' n-itico
-ub-c pi-nily     gave  judgment.
These premises were nol yet pro id
with the accommodation required by
law, and the consent to transfer was
only given conditionally upon certain
improvements being made. A license
cannol be transferred to any premises
whieh       were   n. it    lii   ioi    lhe   pui po i ■
Now  no  license  can he-  issued In   B.<
uul,-   the premises comply wiih     the
will -riant a transfer, They are
titled to act only in respe I e.i
presenl  facts and thoy cannot go
eu
the
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something tee i.m done in the tuture. If
i iie  int.'ut ion  of the  act is   thai,      all
purties concerned   I ing al the premises proposed  i" I"*  licensed  Bhall    ai
rive at a conclusion  upon existing facts
whether the application shall be grant
• .'.    Everj   word of thut applies     to
B.C   Act     Evi •   in dismissing tho
action he refuses'to give the commissioners costs,      ** I think  that the do-
tendantB tin    license     commissi! rs,
should have refused to act upon   the
-ii whon they found as they pl;,'n
ly did ih.ii the premises at the time
lhc petition was presented were un-uit
for the pui po e of a tavi rn a   re-
I I.y the ai;."
It is exprei Ij   stated that a license
granted where n ought not  to b
ted shall  be  null Thu*   fur
thei :   lllll        tO
j.   trictly  within
the a' *      (ei ■   men,  there is nothing
far as
it under the conditions which exist.
Mr. Mclntyre—Yet  ther
o re] ort  upon.
M lyoi T. Kilpatrick—1 say
blc.
Mr.  Mclntyre   These arc the
ions, and we pro|  now lo oilei evi-
i   liow  thai   the building   does
"iiii'iy   with the  act,    I   will    a-k
Mr.  Wall    -
Mi. Wall ice -1 certainly     objeel  to
say anythin:: whatever,
Mr. MeCarter No. 67 is the license the
is nee build  validity of     which we dispute,     arid
which  your worship hold-*    we would
noi  be allowed to attack.
Mayoi  T.  Kilpatrick—We have     al-
. adj  a li '1 upon that.
Mr.   Millei   Wi      wisl at ify
ihis as bhe license.
Mr. M Int re   I  thiui; it was tuken
lown i.ty e„*
the pei i I by the mayoi.     We
respectfully  ask you e.n In-half of    the
In   -'nat connection  it    may
ited that  Nanaimo was first slat
Mr, Smith would add the word
"Democratic" to the name of the par-
make it the Liberal-Democratic
party. At the same time he would
urge thi So iaiists : join 'he Liberal
Di mot ■ itic | arty in -1 e .-■ ■■ and holy work of lusting lhi i ■>■• rvativa
I'a v. ne ..... ci ,'. .. the prov-
ine-e.   He wo . .. from their
• ,-. ste rm    *■• •'!'•      the
bli       ' I no   tbe
sea, ide    in this
-.T.nild  put
Lilvral-1
a bet    ■
gs
Ti . Mr.   Ralph
.-.   uld do tl
s that a       lit
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c-orabin prov
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fall, he sai I.   Th *
e in   the
ttie i
'    * *       null by
te.    he
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tand
ties.   She
don
7 ho
g
'sal and said that it
in    a
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Mi. Mclntyre—We pi Mtr  parties we represent  to decide this ma
a.t -iih section 6 of 318,   The commis ii    ••■ o     permit  you    io .*'  ,;
•doners were therefore legally unable to tran  ei    I .-.  license, or a new H en e,
take any  steps  binding  tli'-tnsches    to to premisi '• ise ppini-e
grant a transfer ofa liien-,- when there within   ■
were „o premises iii existence becau*      City Si n    McOarter«-In regard
the  premises  at 2811  Yonngc  street,   to t,, | [Uoted,   tli-  8''t   under
v,   i        now . t h ire Is no objc tion  to
that .Then lion  under Ihe a ■■•
which  provide    toi   the  la'-iiu  o    i
di n tide* oath    i appose
anyone wan;   to keep unyl
ealed.
Mr   i I.E. Gillan—If tins meeting    Is
going  io be ndjoui ne I    1 am  th
w ith it,   I undei stood the chairman to
■ eeting wns going to be
adjourned,
i - •        .    Mel!artei    A-  ii gardj
.ii..      ndei  -•• : Ion  117 no
11 ■  ■■    attend   ...■;. re the 1
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oi T.  Kilp   *. .    I    a e     the
iin e citj  lol'n "or.
i ., to give
•      in   elo   -0.
Mr.  Mi Intyn    I   will  tell  Mi    Wai
la ■   •■ bat   I want.   I want   lo a k   Mi
this Uli. ipped on aC'r-oun
ih--   rei i       in  that      city
and   'I. -      i. i
an   in li taking.
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of   hi
within the i
..in eni ion,
h
tions fi
ii   Victoria nn   reg
than th ne, nnd
  C,,||S'e|
Tha    the pei mission for temporarj ■
inisi i  of the hotel liquor license held phui
by J.O. Tapping In n  .■ I lty      In   onnection with the
hotel  nt   H.                    rni                                                        fitting
Mayoi an l extended hj on   of thnt  thi   C
ihi- board until Ocli e ferptl a si
and ia hereby    I the sudden death i
th.     10th   daj    Of   Dec. tulle I.   1913, i. '.
the next   i-. u ai   mi ■ .■-.■■
ite this appiica   0
iTJoniy .- •
las th- venue of ihe convention, but h.
sea *
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about, ] :   '-.
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An Eiijoyatie Partj
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tier today, and   i ''.urn.   Clerk
Cordon  tin n  re id    the followin
Ion    Moved by  < !omn I - ion i   Butherland,  seconded by  Commissioner Kilpatrick:
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whieh the transfer was required In this   which the remarks were made is difler-   Wallace some
case hud not the accommodation rc-
quired by law tor taverns, and there,
fore wer,- not n legal building to hold
a license, f.ir a tavern, tin this, as ap
pears iu this, unless it is granted in
accordance with the acl it i not n
liei'ii e at all. There is no power given
to commissioners under the act to say
to an applicant for transfer, if he will
put certain premises in „ suitable siu
te In compliance     wuh  the law the\
e-nt to our act.   The cn=e mentioned i
entirely  different  to this.     This    mau
' . on the boat''.   Thi-
upplicant tried n> hnnc Lis baton   to
the fact that if he was no! entitled  to  \„.en ;lii;(.(i io L-ive evidence.
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a truii-i>-i  to      liflen at    premises     he
ould gel  i * : ■ her place. To
follow ..ut   v.eiir con fusion, you stat-
ppina . ,, , it  in thi
■   the Immediate \ I, inity     an i
find rl" i ned  h,e'e'  premise
* then the lu en
'..' al -ieh ii tne- acl i*.
tended nfortur it
enough uol th'   n medial
,." thirty
loses, tl
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ie'iildin_- is  Iuu.
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luestions aa to the
and premises to which this li -ns
I.. 11.   iransfei red.
Mr   Mi'iin. it Is down In the et I
deuce thnt Mr. Wntln-e is here and bai
We have
give evi
Walla—   to]	
iath   ihould be admin
all" I a.
II ''   Hie- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
isten -I at once,
Mr. Miller   We Ild nol subpoena Mi
be   .  - I the proofs
WOUld liv p I- n  pill m  In   ' IStlflCatlon
I 11.. appiica! Ion, ■<•■'..   h* hn    nol b en
Mi. Walla • bere.
.  Bi  i .■'"■ M< Cal '•     '''i'1'-
ieirin.;  Il,e pre\ iou
ling. ■
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Mr. i      - tt ws ed   a'
Mr. MMntyn    \n I i   i   let     ad Mt
fciitloii.
I a»k you Mi   Chnii -
■ take p\ iden-e a- in  th-  Ptale
BB H H H li ii UH B1! H H11S H S I" tmiin whether the community     U.of the premises io which th- licen^is
i "ii of sai i   I
•ball  be furthei       on ideivd     by the
"o.i I,   An I ihai  the propo i d i iange
of llallM ' ■  • t'e- *• ii   i ::
: i.f in «    re namelj  "Belkli.   i ;..*•
be ui'' ii hereby approved ol by   the
Board/'
The ■ noirmnn pm  the motion
lai ed    ame i al i ied.
Mr. Miller—1  am join:-  io objeel to
that  m ition.   I  kir i- rend the material handed In.   This i' the tnst time
ic   have beard of the change ol name
ni   any reference lo   ame.     I  submit
i inu .in atti mi'l i    being  made lo  Up
something   Into lhl   resolution,     thai
ia nol inu i" thi   board.   This motion
lms   heen     drawn   up ley   my      learned
ii ii n i Mr. McCai ler and handed to the.
board, and [wish to point out that it
■ .en nin     omelhlng which has i i
belon   thii board.
Mi. MeCarter—The material Is   all
a ii... table.
Mr.   Mill •    This  motion  im the act-
i.ell   lh.'  I"    ell     II lil   inVe,We
ill . \i. ii  on of ihat permil    We wish
it to bc "i li i ito .'I that we   ire   here
n protest    i  a inst   ihai. and  We     do
H.et  wi ii  '.. appeal  to be i on
io ii in anyway.
The iiiectin- terminated at 5 p.m.
ent.     Mi
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suh nt.
"The Haymakers"
Tl       Methodist  chi     a
many frli n.ls from  the other
.mi ij' ii, ti,,  , ity, havi  ■ o** E
i,.i-i way witl    :.- ii    m i   ■
e   op tata The Hu*. n
ui". b it i- their     intei *
enrlj ui  the  Xma   : i    on,   Tl • -•     ol
,. . thc good I
i hi ii   la ■   produi   ■ o   the dra-
an tate it I
Haymakers,     a highly   | i- a :.n
•A-.ir-i.    The   i lay   i     full I
ling n '.',*i a r. oi !. ;*nor run
. i   the  pii ■     \
implies, i
pe, with     :" 'tic   ' hai ister .
Irii a i Snifkins, the City I
whom ■ hu* ..
ilul    grOUCh   di?| elh r.
i iwin     i Tl a
being held In th,   M * rch   on
in ct, tl will       be
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 18,  1913.
F
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§ews Drug JVore
J"few Goods to hand thes week
Revelstoke  Pennants        35c,' SOc, 75c and $1.00
Pelt Cushion Covers $3.00 Kach
Service Poems
Songs of a Sour Dough "I     Bindings $1.00, $1.25
Ballads of a Cheechaco ■    $1.50, |2.50 and $3.00
Rhymes of a Rolling Stone J eac],
Miniatures—Leather    .vSc each
Office Diaries 1914—All si/es
private Christmas Cards
(Leave your orders now to ensure early delivery)
£adies tfew pall /handbags
$2.00 to $6.00
Coughs Cured With 129 Cough Remedy"
Hallow E'en Goods
(.ium   Stickers,   Pumpkins,   Witches   Black
Cat and Crescent
Crepe Decorative Paper
Quality Comes First at
£e\9s £rug & £ook JVore
A Large Sale
Is the proof of
Correct Price
Last month there was more of
COURSIER'S
Ob89* 1
sold than all oilier
kinds put together
THAT PROVES QUALITY, TOO
W.   PARRY
AUCTIONEEB   AND  VALUER
HOUSEHOLD   SALES
specially   conducted it>
I  have a splendid assortment of i
Ladies', Gent's and Misses' Eng- j
lish Felt Slippers. —Also a fine as- \
sortment of Glassware and Crock
ery".
I  can  order anything you need for
Xmas presents
W, PARRY
Auctioneer's Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, B. C.
L G. BURRIDGE <£ SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
WORK    SHOP-
Connnue*it  Avo.    -    R*»vel**ni"
TAe 3?©XCl£C Store
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CITY  TRANSFER  COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agentsi*
and Storage      .    .    .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES    BUGGIES   AND   SLEIGHS   FOR   SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
STAND BACK!
IT'S TOO LATE!
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lay,   .
ons.
TAKE OUT A POLICY AT ONCE
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AwW^V-H        *     Vf»   III*J      Sinme Copies Sold.       Reasonable Pnr.
Reid Sr Youngs
All the Latest Fall Styles
and Shapes. Our display
is always new and up-
to-the-minute with the
Fashion Centres.
SEE OUR LARGE FALL DISPLAY
JrTleid (3L Voting **
SAYINGS OF OTHERS.
Obedience U tbe bond of rule.—Te*
arson.
Remembrance oft may start a tear.
•-Burnt.
math but entombs tbe body; Ufa
tbe soul—Young.
Be thou familiar, but by no means
yulg&r.—Shakespeare.
Men do nothing excellent but by)
Imitation of nature.—Rosseau.
There are some sorrows of which)
iwe should never be consoled.—Mmo»
Ide Serlgne.
Celebrity: tbe advantage of being
known to those wbo do not know us,
—Chamfort.
A woman who Is not susceptiblo
lias not yet seen the man whom sho
tnust love.—La Bruyere.
It ls a great thing to mix betimes
•with clever people. One picks their
brains unconsciously.—Bulwer Lyt«
ton.
Nothing proves better the necessity
of an Indissoluble marriage than tho
instability of passion.—Balzac.
Women are seldom so rlever but
That thoy sometimes fall into the
snkre of thoir owu vaulty.—Geo
Sand.
More evfl truths are discovered hy
the corruption of the heart than by
the penetration ot' tbe mind.—Tally,
.-and.
To succeed I the world, lt ls much!
more necessary to possess the penetration to discover who is a fool
than to discover wbo is a clover man.
—-Tallyrand.
A book la good company. It Is full
Of conversation without loquacity, lt
comes to your longing witli full in-
Mructlon but pursues you never.—
lionry Ward  Beecher.
BRILLIANTS.
Nature wnstes whole ironerat'ons ot
men In Instructing mankind.
The blank leaves at the beginning
end end of the hook of life are ils
tnost  wonderful  pagta.
Pride U the man; humility ls li'.s
Chost.
It would he eas'ftr to die for somo
prople than to live with them.
One can well aflni-il to ho unselfish;
tin- right heart will Dnd it out and
recompense tt.
I.ove nooil not fn'ter; Its presenco
!s sufficient flattery.
Nature makes friends for us; alj
Wc have to do is to hold them.
To win a woman use her well; to
keep her, treat her badly.
Woman ts what she is, not wbaf
thi   seems tc bo.
Friends are atways to win anij
never to be considered won.
To follow the Heavenly star to Its
■divinely appointed Bethlehem Is the
env'Tig act of faith for each Individ-
uu.' «oul.
Heaven tolerate absurd   creeds   so |
long aa   they are    not    incouipatibl»
With righteous conduct
AH sincere Idealists are born
•pre-achers of the world. The artist
takes for his text beauty, the philosopher truth, the religionist love, but
each deliverance is part an parcel oJ
tbe same Gospel.
It Is better to he frankly dull than
pedantic. One must guard one's self
from the temptation of 'talking
shop" and of riding one's hobby,"
says a writer In tbe Ladies' Hom»
Journal.
THINGSTHA! Pi.EASEWOMt.N
Tt pleases her to lie told that she Is
fascinating.
I" r'.M-ases her to be called well
"d.
It pleases her to b» called eenslbla
It pleases li>-r tn di-pend ou some
■man and pretend ihat she is ruling
bim.
It pleases her to be 'old that sh«
iiiyaiuouKhip,
l* pi-.-u.-"? her to be I ■ ited courte.
oa      and ** . and   to bs
'• y
It ple.-i;«": her tn be 'rented sensibly
I li red    and
e ited ..« a but.
terfly, with no hi id or heart
■ - her ie. be    ■ '■'! and    '
OT'ii :.y a man v i % t
■ a,a  11:4
w»v 1      ray, to 1 ■:  and t.ikr
care of
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nud     !.i>
band-pi 'uting
preia. a Ddei |ii'-
We   " e
t ;.M. ograpby
V,     r- I  ,-.'.   lOOS, *« fc«
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w.i recall  i    •,-.    ..-»*»,   we   bo
flii'Mi';-. i, ,
W» r»< 1      1 - .11 law Up. we b»
cu" ith Ul e      . imp
W'i  r-"- ». ,   •*•!»   ril-inle    batt'Ty
(W  le«fjueilh   'lie 'ly        1
Wn raearsd 'tie   Blntloek, we   bo -
an'Mi' 1, m.i iimi
v\" M'.e-iv.id   tha    ailing  ship *#<
atenuevtb  the ate    nablp
8MILOM
Kllckly      • ,   SuriS        Me.   md    heal.
.he. throat uuel liinci. gg ccnla.
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition, Hunting Knives,
Decoy Ducks, Field Glasses,
Compasses, Fishing Tackle,
Tents, Camping Outfits, etc.
McClary's, Kootenay and Sas-
kalta Ranges & Heating Stoves.
Sherwin-Williams' Paints, Varnishes, Stains.
Canadian Oil Co.'s Oils, Gasoline, etc.
We carry full stocks in Hardware, Groceries, Hay, Grain and
Feed.
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
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Ijtsg lo announce that they have opened up offices at the
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and K«-t particulars, and gel in on ground lloor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed pioperty.
A. McRae,
T. Kilpatrick,
President. Sec.-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
t»i-l«JMi-]»!«;.i«i«ii].i.i.
slMl«l«W«l«l.l»MI«l.l>iM»lMlri—
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/llkvays the   'Best
"Shamrock!' Butter
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
W.l.m......,.,.i.\.i.'..i...
□ujaaugaooaaaonn
NEW   FRESH   GROCERIES
ARRIVING  DAILY
Huntley & Palmer's Nursery Biscuits, peril  .site
M.e'.iss,•, Sn.ips, _' Ids.   lor  JSc
Preali Crisp Sodas, per pail  35c
Neu Summer Cheese, per lh  25c
i Irdera Delivered i" Anv Pari of City.
.John McINTYRE & HON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
YES! WE SELL
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Premium Ham
Premium Bid. Ham
Premium Bacon
Brookfield Butter
Brookfield Eggs
Brookfield Cheese
Silver Leaf Lard
Jewel Haddies
Also a line assortment of
l-'iesli Meats llie bell that
monev can Imv.
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd. '.'V
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREH
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Sash and Door Factory on 100 foot lot.
MCKENZIE AVENUE—8-roomed house on 60-foot lot $7500 00
1st. STREET-5-roomed house on 50-foot lot __ $4000 00
Ind. STREET—8-roomed house on 50-foot lot $3000 00
Double house on 75-foot lot $5000 00
5-roomed house on 50-foot lot $3000 00
5-roomed house on _ $1500 00
3rd. 8TREET-4   houses $2100 to $3400 00
10-roomed house on 300-ft. lot - $8500 00
2 lots (the pair) $ 800 00
2 lots (the pair)  $1500 00
tth. 8TREET-6-roomed house, nearly new $2200 00
6-roomed house on 50-ft. lot $3000 00
Bth. Street—3 6-roomed houses.    Each $3200 00
9-roomed  house $3800 00
7th. STREET-4 lots,   each $ 300 00
Sth. STREET   2 lots.    The pair $1600 00
5-roomed house near C.P. R. Shops $ 650 00
3 Shops and rooms on McKenzie Ave    $ 15,000
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casually Co.
l-'ire, Life and Accident Insurance     Government Lands       Money to Loan
AGENT FOR  PACIFIC  SALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED I8B5
Capital and Reserve,       -    $8,700,000
85   BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT ....]
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUCCJ
BANK MONEY ORDERS j
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Appearing with George B. Howard Company at the Empress
Theatre on October 18th in David Harum.
Children's Fall and Winter Coats
A Shipment of these Coats to hand.
A nice range of Styles and sizes to choose
from :; :: '.'• '■'•
MRS. A. G. CRICK.
FIRST STREET
Rates $1.00 a Day and Up Phone 1629
Furnished Rooms by the Day, Week or Month
VERNON HOTEL
Mrs. H. J. Hanbury,    -     Proprietress
Steam Heated Throughout.     Housekeeping Suites.
Corner View
and Douglas Streets.
VICTORIA, B. C.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufaetupers of Aerated Waters
Look!!    Prices Cut!!
No. 2-2 x 4   2 x 6    $13
No.    1-2x8 - •   $19
No.    1-2x10   2x12    $20
We are overstocked in No. 2 awl No. I Cedar
dimension and offer above prices as lonn as
material lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
TOWIILAIICE^AMERWANADA
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
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
SEE! !
OUR
HEATING STOVES
Best and Cheapest In Town
PRICES FROM
$2.00 to $22.00
Revelstoke Hardware Company. Ltd.
Agents for GURNEYS CHANCELLOR Ranges.
Ooooo<
Look Into Dur 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.
Union  Hotel
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
MEAL TICKETS $6 oo
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
S. S. Teutonic
58'2 feet long
Twin Screw
Stkamers
S. S. Canada
514 feet long
Only One Class Cabin (11) $50.00 and Up.
and Third Class $31.25 and Up. Carried.
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
S. S. Laurentic Nov. 22.    S. S. Canada Nov. 29.     S. S. Megantic
Dec. 6.   S. S. Teutonic, Dec. 13
For Sailings. Illustrated Booklets, Etc. -apply to
COMPANY'S OFFICES. 619 Second Ave.. Seattle
RBVBLBTOKB  GBNBRAt   AOBNCIBI    C, P. R. TICKET  Acl NT,  REVKtSTOKH
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
TO THE PUBLIC
! would respectfully call youi sttention t<> my full line of Woollens jusi
received for Fall and Winter wear, comprising the latesl itylea, fabric* and
coloring! in dch and desirable effect*,
l would alio call your attention to the fact tbat I buvc taken a lull
course of instruction in cutting men and women'* garments st "the John J.
Miti'hell Co." cutting academy, Nt* Vork Cit>.
Have worked nm! gained practical experience with leading tailoring
establishment* in tHe :n cities, and can safely recommend myself as our
who thoroughly understand cutting, -levi^; niuu snd making of men's and
women's garments. Therefore, you could not do any better than leave your
order hart (or yonr Fall and Winter garments,
McRae Mercantile Co.
HOBBERLIN C. N. R. SOCIETY BRAND
THE   HOME   OF   GOOD   CLOTHES
xxxxyooo
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
. . It Miqht Be Hot. .
BTTT
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. Ourjrecord 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.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
H. F. M0RTENSEN
LADIES' AND GENT'S
TAILOR
ACROSS FROM THE "CLUB."
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there art Mill » f<•« ptopls who don't
know what » '■air combination Belt's Bread
ami  Meii Zi sland Butter make	
O.W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
QROOER & BAKER
Phono No. I'i
WATCH THE MAIL-HERALD ADS
LET  US   DESIGN   YOUR
lllf .1 An- i i   h   leii.eiii'--   I <m.   .    ■
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We i ifi r vmi i Kp<.! -« n \t i*   prinl
\* out bu  ■ Ub)  ii*-.
led   n ol pii ■
type „,
unu o| ilMlgn
Howson C& Co,, Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd. PAGE  FOCR
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   OCTOPER  18,   1913.
I*,  will prob ibly surprise you to know the cost of a bad :-.te>ve
ex essivecoal bills during the winter. There are plenty of
i lasons   evhy one stove will burn more coal  than   another.
md let us explain why our stoves are more econotn-
:    other.
.'. .    »1 -eh-,": m of good .-'.nves  and  that   will  cost   you   no
more th in the i i il de   '*.:ri-i^ kind.
StaJesfor Hard or ~J'o_ft Coal
or 'Wood
Electric Heaters
Coal Oil Heaters
Zbc fl&ail-lfoerafo
PUBLISHED   "'kiinkshaV   AND
SATl'RDAY   AT
RBVBLSTOKE.  B. <*.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Local Reading Notices and Business
locals 10 cents per line each insertion.
Minimum local ad charge 25 cents.
Di-play advertisements  25  cents per
inch each insertion,  single column.
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
Legal advertising of any form, also
Government and Municipal Notices 12
cents pet* line first insertion and 8
cents per lino subsequent insertions,
allowing 10 lines to thc inch.
Applications for Liquor Licenses $5.
Applications for Transfer of liquor
Licenses  $7.50.
Land  purchase noth-es, $7.00
Water Application Nott'oes, up to
100 words, $7.50, over 100 words in
proportion.
All other classes of advertising not
ineiuded in above to he charged at
rate to be arranged with manager on
application'.
jntertov Biubltsbtng Company
LIMITED
J.  K.   JOHNSON,  Manager.
RALPH  G.   SCRUTON,   Editor.
SATURDAY,   OCTOBER   IS,   1U13.
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q Capital Authorized - 10.000,000.00
p Capital Paid Uo 6,952,00o.00
p Reserve and Undivided Profits      8,100,000.00
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of Sl and upward,  received,  and Interesl   ill wed at
run ent rate from date of deposit.   Coi respondence -  licit ed.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan. Mgr.
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or
Watches and Clocks!
Where ?
Jit J. Gay Barber*s
Expert Watch Repairing
Get Your Eyes Tested and
Proper Glasses Fitted     . .
Thanksgiving Day.    which  will     bo
observed on  Monday, is     a peculiarly
appropriate occasion upon whi.h te> review ihe year'from a private and public point  of view, the fact that  such a
special annual    celebration  as Thanksgiving   Day is    considered   necessary,
forms a significant  commentary    upon
tiie unthinking  manner in     whi.h tho
average  person accepts the blessings
eei  lit.,  iii  whatever  shape  they      are
■ need,     Special services   und efforts in connection with the churches,
1 ,i proper     medium ior the evi -
el iieip_i of a proper spirit of thanksgiiv
ii p on tie- part ni ilm individual, and
il is  more  to tho phase of this  greal
ince which effects   communities
,i- a  whole we il-e.lire io direct     at ■
lenl ion.
The p.opl.. of Revelstoke have much
ai   thankful f.->r     nn-1  the months
ave elapsed  -iti"' last  Thanksgiving Day have been months of   con-
S   for this  i own     and
mon  with  the    whole
ofB.C,   Revolstoke has  enjoyed   w-i
ai ■ est   ind
those    matters   win h.
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MISS VKR.NA PKLTON
With the Allen Players, Rm] ress Theatre,
week i.f October J'llh
Will RECLAIM VJIST
tEUfllUL AREA
e
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COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
Sole Agents for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Best Soft Coal in Western Canada
BANKHEAD   HARD   COAL
IN ALL JC5C
BRIQUETTES
We have over 600 tons of the above coal on hand and can guarantee
prompt delivery. Now is the time to lay in your winter's fuel. Don't
delay.    See ns for terms and prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SinilALl), Pres. J. 1). SIBBALD, JR., Site.
I. f. GREEK,  N. P.,  S'JPFOilTS PROJECT
Columbia River Scheme Will
Foster Settlement Along Banks
—Costly Undertaking by Provincial Peopli.
With the completion of llic land
reclamation  scheme proponed for    the
|exlen-i.e area of the Kciitenay- aliui'J
lho banks of ihe Columbia river, a
brief outlins of which was contained in
a dispatch cabled Irom Ottawa on Snt-
.rla.Y. nne ni ilie best  factor* in   the
I settlement  of  that   territory  will  have.
.a  .' uilili-h d,     iii  ihe opinion     of
many who are intimately     connected
wuh ilie country involved.
The si 111 in.', whi.h it is -tated to
have been approved ny an onler-in-
council, provides far lhe reclamation
, . 26.IHHI n iv   of land lying from Qol-
Not
"Just   As
Good"
But
'Canada's
Best"
In Use 40 Years-Good Then-Better Now
We Invite Comparison
Known for —
Perfect Scale
Purity of Tone
Susceptibility
of Touch
Beauty of
Finish
Workm tnsliip
aad
Durability
—We   Have
.More  Medals
and   Awards
Than anv other
Canadian
Piano
Ne'w Oil.'ails,   1884
Loudon, Eng. I ss<>
Chicago.....   1893
Illlle'SlOWII.V.    I''l)7
PLAYERS
Tho M lai':: Sto*'
eOcK->n-ic AvonUOf Ph>no 2f>2
This question of reclaiming the lands
i n the Oolumbia river was before the
Laurior administration, but nothing
was done in ilie matter nnd it was left j
;n alieyanc.e uniii the change of government. The scheme involves the '
eii n inn -ei.ith'il-. direction along the j expenditure ofa larire sum oi money,
l.anle- of the Columbia.   Privnttf    en-   ami  while  Ihe conditions  upon  which
t 'rpri  • i    :   bin I th    pro ect.   Hm    of
 .<;■ ;n   tho pnssing of  tho order-in-
.iiiii il   iti inn   thai   the interests
of the public Inn e  '■    It    afeguardi d.
; I.i  mid  Vancouvor people    are
lin-.. ly ni. rent   i i-i  ■■ lie    si home.     In
fnct  Mi. David McKay, of Vancouver,
has -pen: a considerable |ieriod of time
.   n'; twa laying the plans .ef hia par
■ ernment. Messrs, On-
na-.in and Mii. hell, engineers, Vi.-tor-
: :, wmi i"   also    'ii     ted   in   the   'Iraw-
'..m il      heme  aiiel   ii is
ited with
.1 on ..f tho undertaking. Mr,
■ I* H   M.i.ee. an, M.P.P. fi t Vancou-
ii iy in   this
it
m ry   vital-
inasmuch as
-   ne ui a  vast
Iti  .rn  ii     along     ih"
i  which has
the contract hns been made are not to
band, ii is Btated on excellent authority that they are certain lo contnin
clauses that will meet wuh the ap -
pi oval of the public and at the samo
timo work tor tho benefit of tho whole
■ eiuntry.—Colonist
THIS
HOME
DYE
that
ANYONE,
iwgm,
%••»••/•
Come and look at our Triangle Sad
Irons   guaranteed for ever.
PRICE.   6 LB. IRON, $3.90
A.G.  DUCK
Estimates given free,
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COUGHING
Keep  couching:  that's one way.
Stop coughing: that's another.
To keep the cough : do nothing.
To stop the cough: Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral.   Sold for 70 years.
Ask Vour Doctor.     ^t£&&&S$?'
NO
ALUM
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OF HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE
d^. RCADV    TO    RESPOND    TO    VOUR    CRY    OF    •   ENCORE
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s.. f^J?    /^"^SSSk^ Pianos antJ Playcs
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S: fJ ^*"\1AM the latest "Ra&8"
Si THE BINCKAM  MUSIC STORE   MacKenzie Ave   :
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F.   3-   WELLS,
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Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
Phnne 42   -    Niirht Phone 85
1 a'ti instructed Iiy the Executors "f the lute .). M Long to
khII by public auction the en-
tiro fiirniHtiin-M>H of his lnte rett-
i tin nee.
Consicitng of complete furnidh-
i iitz-^ for Parlor, lieilrooms. Din-
ingRoom, Kitchen. Sule will
take plirein the Howson Block
nt *_' o'clock, Baturday October
18th. No Reserve. Everything inu-t be sold.
H. BANNING
Auctioneer
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iCr$?m Baking Powder!
Made from cream of tartar derived
solely from grapes, the most deli-
ciousand healthful of a!! fruit acids.
'tym/i™j*f.&z±*4mm^ SATURDAY,  OOTOBER  18,  191?.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
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Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second Floor,
Nrw House Furnishing [and Carpet
Dspartmant on Second Floor.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. B- /*<""« * Co- limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Plush-Lined Sleepers for Children
These are fine stockinette weave with heavy plush
liniiiK', fine and warm for the children. They all
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 h spools, "20„ yards"
at - - - 25.-
Wool Blanket Cloth
Almost any desired color, 52 inches wide, all wool,
for Dressing Gowns, House Jackets, Children's
Coats, etc.    At per yard -        $1.50
All Wool Eiderdown
With Heavy Hippie Wool Knap, fine for Dressing
Cowns. etc., at per yard - - $1.25
New "Old Country" Flannelette
In new colorings and also plain and stripes: all
widths and weights,    l'roni - IOc to 25c
1
£
£
£
£
NEW ARRIVALS
Sfc:
New Ribbons
New Veilings
New Gloves
New Hosiery-
New Shawls
New Coats
New Suits
3
3
3
Women's Warm Winter Underwear
Special Line of Vests and Drawers, This is a mixed
lot.    Lots of different kinds at 3 for Sl or     -      35c
Ladies' Novelty Coats Just to Hand
25 I.a.lies' Novelty Coats, Culture Garments. The
highest grade of Coat made, A!', tlie new ideas of
coats are represented in this lot. Come in ami look
them over - - $15 to $35
Our Famous Waist Bargains
Are on sale now Ladies'white and fancy lace ami
Silk Waists.    Three lots at     -      3.90. 2.90. 1.90
Beautiful New Woollen Fixings
i-'or the kiddies, iu Shawls, Wrap-, Hand Knit
Jackets, Mitts, Scarfs, Bootees, etc., real novelty
Stuff.    We will   he  pleased   to   show   them   to   you.
CLOTHING AND  SHOES DEPARTMENT
£, BOYS' CLOTHING
-f—
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 no hesitation in claiming
that our showing of Fall and Winter
overcoats is far in advance of anything
ever shown iu the city. We have a coat
for every purpose—from the light 'iress
topper with silk linings or facings to
tiie 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 ne.it black or grey English vicuna-. Kvery overcoat we show
we are prepared to guarantee from the
view point of style, workmanship and
wearing qualities. Tiie inside work is
all HAND TAILORED and our customers run uo risk of broken-down lapels or
shoulders. Among the more up-to-the
minute styles we are featuring the belted
back and shawl collar ulsters.
A'l our coats are? the famous 20th
Century Iirand. Let us convince you
that the best ci 'at is tlle 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 city 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 $6.00
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 £&> 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.
** ♦♦€H*fr*3Hl***H* $ 'I' '1' ■$ 'I' ■!'♦^♦♦<$H$n^i$»^4f^H^^^<|» -j* ifr $ i|i i|i ,|,
| NEW CHINA §
£ Japan China Tea Sets %
$"     Cream and Sugar Sets <|f
Fruit Sets —7 pieces
Cups and Saucers from 15c. to 75c. each.
Cocoa Sets, Pot with 6 Cups and saucers
♦•$»-$*$**fr^$^»#»#€^»#<fr*3:* 'I1 fr 'fr##fofo$»fofrfr#fr»<S"frl*>
NEW GOODS
Carload New Canned Vegetables and Fruits,    Ca       I Shorts,
Wheat, Bran and Oats,     Swe.ci Potatoes 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 ('.rains
Malaga .Green Grapes,    Oranges and Pears,   Comb Honey
We have SOMETHING NEW IN BISCUITS, we want you to come in and sample them. PAGE SIX
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  18,  1913.
A Home Saved by 10c Piece
Forty years ago a circii- came to
Homevllle, Freeland County, .and a
gawky red-headed boy wa.- taking iu
the free -ights and gazing longingly
at the ticket wagon, when he felt a
hand e,n his shoulder and a man asUod
him if he wa- goini? to th>' circus, tlie
boy told him that be bad no money,
the man asked him why he didn't crawl
under the canvass, as boys have done
since circuses began, but the little rod-
id hoy said no, if he couldn't ro
in like other folks ne wouldn't go al
all. The man gave him the money for
the tickets and told him to keep the
change, a little ten cent piece. Forty
years after this mail'- widow had tho j
mortgage on herlittle home foreclosed, but was -aviul by ibe' little redheaded boy ot forty years ago, who
!. , founded hi- fortune on that dime
and was able to repay with interest
the- !ee;,n  'hai  had meant so much.
Thanksgiving Shower
lia:- everyone borne iu mind that
Saturday, October ISth, is the day set
a|     t   by  the     ladles of the Howpiial
■ luilei for the Thanksgiving shower of
pickles and 'am.' If not make a note
. •  thi    late now.    All aro invited     to
■ i ie to the ho-p.ital ami spend a social lour and enjoy :l cup of tea. But
ob ■ ill everyone is to he sure and
bringsome contribution, either of jam,
jellies, pickles .,r relishes to stock the
I.,, pital larder and help make the ap-
pr< ching holiday a feast of good
things for those in that institution,
The response to this appeal, however
small, is bound to be appreciated and
will surely bring its own reward.
ml
The Kootenay has a nickeled steel oven which is as easily
washed  ami   kept   clean  as any   cooking utensil.      The
large roomy  ash-pan catches .ill the ashes.   Ash
chutes direct .ill ashes into the pan which is easily
removed.
These two features nf cleanliness are so important
that th
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r woman who is partlculur about her       %'{£i-\&'*'9''k
will   Insist on having litem    You      *4^''^/w&45,'5*i!
!el  -ii,ike- sure of  these features when      lffiW&t''Xls4litri,y$
ekCvs/.. ■ mjja.em*'..'.-.
.-,eu.I    v..eer    new    r:t liiin JZS!&Jte. O.tVweV.f l'*.t
COMING EVENTS
Oct. 18—Geo. B. Howard Co. in David
Harum, at the Empress theatre.
Oet. '20—Allen Players for one week
at Empress theatre
Oct. *.'7, 2S—Edison Talking Pictures,
Empress  theatre.
Nov. 10—"The Barrier," at Empress
theatre.
Nov. 17—"What Happened to Muy,"
Empress theatre,
Nov. 19—The Barrier, Empress theatre
No". 25—The Lawcenoe Brough io,,
a*  the Empress theatre.
De. ii.—The Lawrence Brough Co., at
tbe Empress theatre.
Dec. 8—Tbe Pink Lady, at the Empress theatre.
Dec 23—Matheson, Lang and Britton,
Empress theatre.
Sold in Revelstoke by Bourne Bros., Ltd.
ITS PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly and perfectly as wen are
at this restaurant. And the -eiv.ee i«
onlv a foretaste ol
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
ft      jaid th it tht   wa)   *
- through his  Btomach
f you'll i
and ti .,' fire.     It  perfei
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ser\ ee!
arc absolute!} »ure .'( •
George B. Howard and Company ir, David Harun;
".•tober 181
at the Empress
WINDSOR
A.     G.      Till   NM-"*.
CAFE
EMPRESS   THEATRE,   SATURDAY.   OCTOBER  18
GEORGE B   HOWARD'S COMPANY
PRESENTS
DAVID HARUM
POPULAR PRICES
DIRECT   FROM   VANCOUVER
1WTAKE certain of complete success in your concrete work
* " * by always using
CANADA Portland CEMENT
We are supplying Canadian farmers with the highest quality o( Portland Cement it i> possible
(or human skill lo make.
We have reduced tlie price of Canada Portland Cement until it is within your reach for practically
everj* purpose,    lt is the only building i%terial that is not increasing in cost.
Be sure to ask for Canada
Cement, in bags.
Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal
// vou I.aii nu: receiveda freecopy of"ll'/i,il lhe farmer can doiuith Concrete, " turtle our Information        vf
Department and gel one.    It's a complete practical concrete encyclopedia.
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MOONEY'S ^""blSCUITS
ARE     THINNEI
Thut, mokes them noatcr, crisper, daintier, moro appetizing;
The oiub biscuit good enough to take the place of your own baking,
Fresh as the biscuits from your own oven,
Think what that means!  Freedom from a broiling kitchen— leisure on the porch
or in the parlor.   Time to do the little knick-knacks that huve been neglected.
MOONEY'S PERFECTION
SODA BISCUITS
Are the creamiest, crisposl crackers made.
Thev are baked in the big sanitary factory iii Winnipeg—
right at your very door.
I'm' MOONEY'S  and   be  sure   of  a   biscuit   that   ia
ii:-'.!'.'i'v   fi*c-h;a biscuit that will satisfy the family,
In tempting packages or scaled tins
us you prefer.
j "LET MOONEY DO IT"
EMPRESS THEATRE WIP OCT. 20
MISS VERNA FELTON
AND THE
ALLEN  PLATERS
Presenting a line of Comedies and Dramas which will command your patronage.
Opening with "THE SPENDTHRIFT'
All New Scenery. Special Music by the Royal Hungarian String Quartette. Popular Prices. SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  18,   t'.U3.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVEN
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The Fit-Reform
Store Policy
SERVICE—real personal service—courteous
and unhurried—by men who know
good clothes and careful tailoring.
LATEST STYLES-all that is new and
exclusive—in Suits and Overcoats—is
shown rirst in this city—at the home
of Fit-Reform.
SENSIBLE PRICES-thc featuring of new
and attractive styles at reasonable
prices—is the keynote of our policy.
Suits and Overcoats from $15. to $35.     844
FIT
REFORM
MeKinnon &
Sutherland
Poultry News
Lists 0f special.* donated by the undersigned to thf Revelstoke, Nakusp,
and Arrowlakes Poultry Associa, for
thoir Winter Show to be held at the
Drill Hall, December 3rd, 4th ard 5t.h
1913, Rovelstoke, B.C.
Name of donatoi* Value
Bourne Bros., Goods'  ,$ 5.O0
Revelstoke Hardware Co, prize...    8.00
Roy Smith, oup  10.00
W.  A. Fnoie, prize     "i.OO
American Tobacco Co, prize     5.0O
Mr.  Cassidy,  vase   *  10.00
P. Bent, feeder     5.00
G.  MeCarter,  cash      5.00
J.   Mathie,  .ash'     5.0U
C.  R.  Macdonald,  prize     5.00
A. Hobson, goods     f>.00
Lawrence Hardware Co..  L'oods    5.00
W.  Bews, goods     5.00
MeKinnon   & Sutherland, hat ...   5.00
E.M.  Allum.  cut!  link-      5.00
Cutler  and   Stokes  cigars      5.00
This Lady Knows
How to Keep Well
She always keeps Gin Pills in the House
foods
MENS CLOTHING
Distinctive in Quality and Correct in Style
The man who is particular as to the clothes tie wears will take much pleasure in
inspecting the exclusive display of finely
tailored suits and overcoats gathered here
fnr Fall and Winter, it is no exaggeration to sav that at the respective prices
these clothes haw established an exceptional!) high standard in line tailorings.
The values are unequalled. Make your
selections in suit or overcoat now when
choice is at its best. We carry the largest and most up-to-date stock in the city.
Men's Suits $20.00 to $45.00
Men's Overcoats $20 to $45
Ladles' suits and long coats made to order.   Tbe most up-to-date stock in H. t_.
CRESSMAN &. COMPANY
THE    LEADING    LADIES'   AND   MEN'S   TAILORS
B.  Burridge, feede
Mr.   Williamson,
F. Young,  goods  	
H.  N.  Coursier, goods  	
Mrs. R. M. Smyths vase 	
Revelstoke  Wine ii Spirit   Oo	
McRae   Mercantile Co	
t;. Shaw, Exhibition coops 	
P. Burn- & Co., cash 	
Howson and Company, goods...
Mail-Herald, two year to paper.
H. Manning, li.>x chocolates     5.00
G. W. Bell, goods     5.00
H.   MeKinnon,  goods      5.00
('. B. Hume goods    5.00
Dr. Hamilton & Sutherland special 5.00
5.0U
5.00
5.00
2.50
5.00
5.00
."..00
5.00
0.00
5.H0
5.00
F.  J. Bews, silver cup 	
R'.v. On. Agencies, cash   	
J. Walker cigars 	
J. Bir.L'iiam goods 	
J. Abrahamson, '-ash 	
J, A.  Stone, cash  „	
F. B. Wells, lo''ds 	
('. Tapping,  foods    	
J. B. Cressman. pair pants ...
J. Shaw, Wyandotte cockerel...
F. Fleetham, cash 	
L. Masson, gool» 	
E. Corning, cash	
Wah Chung, coo.i- 	
Armstrong  & Cn..  shoes  	
B. Comozie, goods 	
J,  M'-Tntyre   ...       ■-. -1, 	
Enterprise Brewing Co., -roods
J. Laughton. goods 	
H. J.  McSorley, special 	
5.00
;2.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
2.50
5.00
5.00
5.00
.5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
Gl.KNBI.LA, Man.
"I think OIN PILLS are the finest
things for thc kidneys. When first I
came to Canada, I suffered with dreadful I'ains in my Hack, that made uie
quite ill, A friend gave me six of your
CIN PILLS and after I bad taken one
dose, 1 felt less pain. I then got myself
a box and before liaif of it was gone, I
bad lost all the backache. It did seem
a treat to he rid of the pain.
If any one tells me, what a pain they
bave in their back, I say "You should
try OIN* PILLS."     Mrs. J. Pickrhli..
Take Mrs. l'ickrell's advice .and take
GIN PILLS. They will cure you of
every trace of Backache, Kidney Trouble
or Rheumatism. 50c. a box, 6 for $8.50
—sent on receipt of price if your dealer
does not handle them Money back if
GIN PILLS do not give prompt relief.
Sample free if you mention this paper.
National Drug and Chemical Co. of
Canada, Limited, Toronto.
Manga-Tone Hlood and Nerve Tablets
correct Female Troubles and make pure,
rich blood.   50c. a box. 206
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.
SMIohm
The   family   remedy   for   Coughs   and Cotds
"Shiluli costs  so   little   and does   so much!'
Egg; *2nd co.?k. 2nd nnd 3rd hen, 1st
cockerel, Naylor Denno;3i*d cock, Bues
nei; 1st. '2nd and :ird pullet, Naylor
Deane; Poultry Association trophy for
the hcsi breeding pen, Naylor Doane;
Special prize for the best Wyandotte
ce.e'le. Egg*; Special prize for the best
Barred Rock e-oe-k. R. Smythe; Bpecial
prize for Uie best (four) developed chic
kens, Buesnel; Eires, brown, 1st McGaghran, ■Jnd He'iike
EISMSISMSfSJSMSJaEfaMSEEMSISIH
•jijgEEMajajsraJsiaMsiaejajeiafaieisEJ
O.  B.  N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelstoke
ITS THE  SAUCE
or condiment that gives an
appetizing flavor to common
dishes. Like everything else
however( the best is only
good enough, At this grocery the best is always obtainable. A supply of these relishes, etc. in the pantry
makes a tempting dish always possible.
Hobson s Grocery
i-t
ick-
Phone 41
Box 734
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H. J.   MCSORLEY,  PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath    .    .    .
Following ure the prizes won b.v the
Revelstoke poultry men a( Armstrong
B.  C.
Huy  Smythe:—
Barred  Rocks—1st  cock,  2nd  hen.
White Rocks—2nd cock, *.*n.l lien, 1st
pullel. L'ml cockerel.
Dufl Rocks—lrit cook, 1st hen,
Ci   ken I,   Ist   pullet.
Partridge  Rock—Is:  h'-n.  2nd c
erel, 2nd pullet.—Seven Brats,  six-sec-
'- and  on    'bird.
P, Fleotham.—
S.C. Rhode Island Reds—l<t cook,
2nd hen, 1st cockerel, l-t pullet, 2nd
pullet,   1st   hen.
S ' ■: Liicmi Wy.inilottes—1st eok.
lsi   cockerel,  2nd  pullet. 3rd  cockerel.
White Leghorns, B.C.—1st cockerel.
lim! nulle    3rd pullet.—Seven firsts,   1
- is ..ii I two thirds.
1:   Ballard:—
Hi .wn  Leghorns—1st    cockerel,   l-t.'
pullet. Snd pullet.   Two tir-ts and one
-I* ond.
Frnm i-' Bourni :—
■ I    Wyandottes—  l-t  ben ,
' *    2nd  co kerel,  2nd  <-ock.  —
Two tirst. tw.e seconds.
For Dyspepsia
If you suffer Stomach Trouble,
and you try our remedy, it won't
cost you a cent if it fails.
To prove to you that indigestion
and dyspepsia can be thoroughly re-
lieved ana that Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets will do it. we will furnish
the medicine absolutely free if it
fails to give you satisfaction.
Tho remarkable success of Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets is due to the high
degree of scientific skill used in de-
vising tIn ir formula as well as to the
cure exercised in their manufacture,
whereby the- well-known properties
of Bismuth-Subnitrato and Pepsin
have been properly combined with
l arminativej and other agents.
Bismuth-Subnitrate and Pepsin
ore constantly employed and recognized hy tho entire medical profession as invaluable in the treatment
of indigestion and dyspepsia. Their
proper combination makes a remedy
invaluable for stomach relief.
Wc are bo certain that there is
nothing .-ee good for stomach ills as
Retail Dyspepsia Tablets that wourge
you to try them at our risk. Three
sizes. 25 e 11 ts, 50 cents, and S1.U0.
You can buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets
in this I'eeinn. inity only at our store:
WALTER  BEWS.
ReveMoke British Columbia
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
ln Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tho
North-west Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased lor a term oi
twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not more than
2,560 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be mad*
by the applicant in person to tho
Agent or Sub-Agent ot the district
ln which tbe rights applied for ar*
situated.
The lease will include the run mining rights only, but the lessee may,
bs permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary ior ths working ol
the mine at tbe rate ot $10.00 an
acre.
In surveyed territory the laad must
bs described by sections, or legal
sub-divisions of sections, and in 1111-
survoyed territory the tract applied
for shall be staked out oy the ap -
plicant himself.
Bach applicant must he accompanied by a fee of $5 wbich will be refunded if tbe rights applied for ars
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at tha
rate of five cents per ton.
Tbe person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent witb sworn return*1
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay ths
roynlty thereon. If the coal miDing
rights are not beintr operated, such
. returns should be furnished at least
i once a year.
For full     information     application
■ should be made to the Secretary    ol
the Department of the Interior,    Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W   CORY.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
The ))fa«a£fc Ston
There ia a Rciall Store in nearly every town
and city in the United States, Canada and
Great Britain. There is a diflerent Hrxidl
Kemedy for nearly every ordinary human ill —
each especially eloigned for the particular ilt
ieir which it ia recommended,
ihe Rexall Stores are America's Oreetcet
Drug Stores
. ,.:
ry see.tion at
Thc 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.
1st  ben,
Is)   il  I,
Smythe;
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cijfars.    Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
J.   J^HBEiRT     STOHSTE! PEOP-
l'i; 1   ivinm rs of I
Nakusp Fall  Fair:
Lighl Brahmas, I-* cock, 1-1 h''n.
-nl hen, McGaghran; Barred rocks,
l-t cocl . 1 •: hen Ist cockerel, 1st
pullet,  Smyth     2i I Iiaird;  3r.l
cock, ■-'nd hen, -'nd co kerel, Jnd pul -
let, Bui        1 ■ ■■ ckerel,     Brd
pullet, Hei 1
Parti Idgi   I'.', kt   1st  ... k.  i-t   hen,
: kerel,  1-1  pullet,    R. Smythe .
Laced    '.iv indotti     1-   cock,
Isl   hen,   1 * .   1 •   pullet,    F.
; 1     len La ed vTyan lotti
lsi    o ken I, 1st  pullet,   '-'nd
Km-    ma ■ Ro     -ist ... k,
pullet, R.
Bufl Rocks—1st co.-k, lsi hen
■ I, 1st pullet. R. Smythe;
R.C, Rhode Island Reds—1st 1 Oi korel,
Ram len; S.C, Rhod? Island Red -1,
.. Egg; Hud Orpingtons—1st
h-n. 2nd hen, 2n i cockerel, Egg; Bufl
Orpingtons—1st cock, Ist pullei.Hohbs
S.C White Leghorns—1st cock. 1st
li :. 2nd n. 3rd ln-n, Ramsden; S.C.
*>'■ Leghorn—-'"el cockerel, 1st pul-
let, Hen •■ Brown Leghorns—1st cockerel, l-t pullet, 2nd pullet, U.. Bal-
lai I; Si v.'i Spangled Hamburg*—1st
: it if i 8rd lien 1, Hum .li'n.Hi.ii.l in—Ih' co k. 1st, 2nd mid 3rd hens,
Ball, Inii in Games—1st cockerel, l-t
piili-i,  2nd 2nd pullet, Nny -
!,.[ Ii.. ui. I', kin DuclU—1st drake, 1st
• luck. Fauquier; PenWn Ducks—2nd
drake, 2nd duck, Town-end: India
Runner Ducks, white—1st drake, 1st
duck, Nn lor Deans; India Runner
Diiek-. bufl—1st 'It.ik.e. in: duck, Nay.
lor Deane Hunt run, Golden Scabritrhts
—1st k.-n 1-1 coi k, l-t -md 2nd pullet, h inudi t» C uriei Pigeon*— 1st,
Rl *. H hm ■ pigeons—1st and 2nd
Ramsden; Ornamental -1st Rushton;
!1        R   ind ■**.        t co k,  1st hen,
BURGESS   AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B. C. Land
Surveyors  and  Contractors.
P. 0. Box 347       Kamloops, B.C.
Branch  Office—Watson  Realty  Ca.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No. 103t
Meets every first and third Tuesday ln Oddfe.lows Hall. Visiting
brethern cordially Invited to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
School of   Music and   Oratory, under     Separate scaled tinders, superscribed
Direction ot ; "Tender for  Manufacture  and  delivery
PROF. C. 0. BROWNELL. of    Superstructure Metal,    Bridge    at
Teaching Piano, Organ, Violin, Voice Tttehun*' B*C"" ana "Tender for rfub"
Culture for Sinking and Speaking, Etru<-lu'e ^ Erection of Super.-truc-
Coaching Plays^ and Acting. St. ture Brid6e at T^hum- B*C*'" wiU '*
Francis   HaU.  on    McKenzie    Avenue. Woel?* b* the Honourable  the Mlnis-
  . ter of Public Works up    to nuon     of
HAF I Tuesday, the Hth October, for tha
, manufacture and delivering f.o.b. cars
at Taghum, B.C., and for the complete
Regular meetings are held in MAS- substructure and erection of super.
ONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' HaU «"ruc'ure. respectively, of the bridge
on ths Third Monday in each montb \ °ver the Kootenay River at Taghum,
at 8 p.  m.     Viiiting brethren      ars ■   • C*
cordially wslcoms. Drawings,     specifications,    contract.
J   HI HAMILTON   W. M.       unli '0lrus °' tender can be seen at the
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.  °acet of the Government Agents     at
  Nelson, New Westminster, Van ouver,
and Revelstoke. and alsu at tho office
ol the Public Works Engineer, Parlia -
ment Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Intending tcndereia can, by applying
to the undersigned, obtain one . opy ol
the drawings and une.- copy of the specification for  the sum of  twenty-five dol-
KOOTENAY
LODGE. No.
aad A. M.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp. No. fit
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednes
days    in  each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting Woodmen are
cordially Invited to attend
JAMES McINTYRE, CO.  lm'B
H. W. EDWARDS. Clerk
SELKIRK      LODGE 12, 1.  O.  O. F.
Meets every     Thuruday evening   in
I Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock.     Visiting
brethren  cordially invited.
CHAS. NEWSOME. N.G.
JAS. MATHIE.  Sec.
■■
, COURT
UT.     BEGBIE,
OF I. O. F.
No.   IHI.
Come and look at <>ur Triangle Sail
Irein-,   guaranteed for ever.
PRICP;   6 LB. IRON, $3.90
A.G.    DUCK
Estimates given free.
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
1-HR
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DES IGNS
Meets ln I. O. O. F. Hall next    to
Tapping's Opera  House every second
and fourth  Monday in month.  Visiting in dinm cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON.   Rec.-Sse.
HARVEY,  McCARTER ft COMPANY
Barristers,  Solicitors, Etc.
—Offices—
Imperial Bank Block, Revelstoke, B.C.
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT.
Notioa Is hereby given that on ths In^rt to 8th Oct.
20th day of October next, application
will be made to tho Superintendent ol
Provincial Polico for the transfer of the
License for tho sale of liquor by retail
in and upon the premises known as the
Lardeau Hotel, situate at Comaplix,
British Columbia, from Adolphe Boil-
cm to Albert Edwin Jewitt of Comaplix, British Oolumbia.
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank ■ ii.- >,. or certificate
of deposit on a chartered bank, of Can-
adg. made payable to the Honourable
the Minister nf Publii Works, for the
tfum of $1,000, which nhall be forfelte*
if the party tendering decline to enter
into contract when called upon to do
Iso. The choipieo or certificates .jf de •
po .1 oi un-eccessful tenderers will be
returned to them upon Lbe execution of
the contract.
Thc successful trn.iei r shall furn> n
a bond ofa gUarantei company satisfactory to the Minisur ,•) Public Works
in thc sum of five thousabd JoHan
($5,000) for the due fulfilment of the
contract.
Tenders will not be unsi lerel unless
made' out on the forme supplied, s'^n-
ed with the actual signature of th" ten
ilcrer, and en' lo-ed n '-h* envelnpss
urnished.
Thc lowest or any tender not uses-
car ily accepted.
J.  E.  GRIFFITH,
Public Works En;:in'.er.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria,  BC..  8e|  fmbir 3rd, 1913.
NOTICE Is hereby given that John
Olavton Tapping, the bo'derof uli
cense ta sell liquor by retail nt thn
premises known as the Oity Hotel,
First Street, Revelstoke, namely Lota
l iu 7 Inclusive, In Block .">, Plan
888 Revelstoke, B. <*.. intends to
apply to the Hoard of License Oora-
I mlssloners for the Oltj «'t* Revelstoke
at 11 meeting of the said board to be
The Revelstoko Nurseries
PHONE 56
W. H. POTTRUFF, PROP.
Datod this   17th day of   September, held next after the expiration of thirty
.j,., Idays from the flrst publication of thiH
notice for the transfer of said license
Adolphe Boileau, to the premises situate on the oorner
Holder of License.. of Firsl Streel andOrtonavenue.be-
Albert Edwin Jewitt,
Applicant  lor Tranter.
1st issue Sept. 17, 30 days
j inu' lots 17. IS and lii 111 block  17, Plun
B86A, Revelstoke.
Hand this 5th day of September, 101:1.
I.C. T.M'l'lNll. T'AGE   KTCHT
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   OCTOBER  18,  1913.
been I'Hioy-
: friends.
Miss  Janet  McKay  has
tag a week at Banfl visitin;
Dr. Charles s. Dont has now opi ■
his dental parlors over Macdonald's
druu Btoro and is ready to ceoeive patients.
Thanksgiving  Day  will  bo fittingly
observed Id tho Presbyterian church on
Sunday when  the addresses and music
will give express on to the feelings set
apart for  nation il   thanksgiving.
The  i;.   Verdi Rami     will  give   the
•j,,. i  open air concert  of tho  I DM  sea-
son ..ii  Monday, Thanksgiving  Day a;
i :ti* j,.,,, . coner ol     McKenzie avenue
and First  Btreet, weather permitting.
Mt. Clifford Urquhart received word
thi- morning that he has successfully
passed thc pharmacy examinations on
which h« wrote two weeks ago it Van-
. cr. Oliflord it now a full fledged
druggist, licensed lo practice anywhere
in British Columbia.
The Y.l'.S. ot St, .lohn'- church will
hold their regulai meeting on Tuesdaj
evening at S o'clock. The subject is
••The Indian: in Canada," Papers will
b' read showing the industrial luca
tional an 1 religious progress and position of the Indian-. The meeting is
open to the pul lit.
ATTHE EMPRESS
There  will  be  several   first-class  at
tractions  at  this popular play  I
during tht next few     -weeks.   Theatregoers  will do well   to  keep  their     eye
on  these  '-01111118  where   tho  theatrical
aews will be found.
EMPRESS
THEATRE
Moni iy   is  Thanksgiving  Pay,    you
havi   Lo ti-   thankful  that the     Allen
Players  art starting  theii  engagement
foi om  week at the cozy Bmpress    t*
atn .   Ths   managi I .-    li ing    ■■  j
ing possibli   to make this engagement
thi   biggest  yet     Miss     Verna Feltoi
and the Allen Players are bigger   and
better than "ver  and everyone will  be
pleased to sc     Mr.    Irving Kennedy,
who I...- joined the     company    ag
Tin-  Hungarian Quartette is  stil    witb
his spli 11■ i_■    . mpany and the theatre
goers  will have all  thi   latest music—
Remembei   sta ting  Monday, Oct, -('tti
the ' Spendthrift", Tuesday "The
Wedm    lay     "Get     Rich
Qii   It   Wallingford";  Thursday  "Green
.  _■-      Friday      "The Dawn      of
row      Saturday   matinee  "Cin-
Sat ii iay     light     "Nol ody's
v.   ■ m       r]     pi ices   ire withii
eVeryoni  so resi    ■   ■    u eood ^eats
■    ,.   a  Mai lonal g -"ore.
Dawn of Tomorrow" powerful English
drama, and a feature production; Sat-
urday matinee, "Cinderilla" spectaeu-
lar presentation of the popular fairy
tale; Saturday night "Nobody's Wid-
ow" sparkling farcical romance.
Prices, reserved ^eat" 75c... 50, spats
ali at  Macdonald's drug store.
BUSINESS
LOCALS
Thanksgiving Matinee Star Theatre,
a p.m. Nothing else on, come to the
Star.—Big  perloimance.
DRY BIRCH WOOD coming in
il.  N.  Coursier, order NOW
WOMAN'S
CANADIAN
CLUB MEET
New Steam Laundry
.III
st as
we go
to
pn
-s .
omes
M
that
the
funora
of
Bn
mil el
I'-
ank
McGovan
of Go
Iden
.  w
10
Iled
.t
that
city a fow day-   igo, follow ing 1      tel
riblo injuries  received in a recent accident, will take place at Golden todaj
Saturday.     Engineer    McGovan    was
well  known in Revelstoke as    he
out   of  here e,n  the   C.P.R.   fo:
yivai-
mm wm
cent*, store in Howson Block, Oct. 19
Wnti h !(.: dodgers.
] am alright, so would you be, if
yi n had your left side cut off, why
don't you have both sides all right by
getting your clothes from Cressman
the Tailor.
Thi hill sides arc turning yellow and
red, that mean! it's high time you
laid in your winter's   :oal.   Coursier's,
Phone is 44.
At tbe Trueman Studio, all portraits ate high grade and guaranteed.
—A. Douglas TOnrnex.
Tue Trueman S'.udio is the house
for hiL'h class finish for amateur work
mm   prints with white borders.
RevelsiOKe's home of art—The True-
man i" tudio. Call and see ub, when
dis Uestag portraits. Prices to
all.
The prospectus of thc West Kootenay Steam Laundry, Ltd., has been
issued this week. It is very interesting reading for all eiti/ens of Revel -
sHoke.
CAPITAL    OF    COMPANY.
The capital of  the company is 025,-
000  divided  into 6,000  shares of  ¥0.00
each.   The  company  is duly  lncorpor -
ated under  the  laws ot  B.C.   The  dir-
Of  Universal I ectors  being  Messrs.  Walter  Bews,   H.
F.  MeKinnon, W.A. Foote,  J.D.  Bib -
| bald and T. Kilpatrick..
OBJECTS OF COMPANY.
Thc company proposes to build   and
equip an  up-to-date  steam  laundry  in
Ior   i hus fat  in their history,  iu  the    per-1 Reveistoke,  suitable for  present needs
j sou of  Dr.   W.K.   Darby,   secretary    of j and  allowing  room  for  tuture  expan-
the Hriiish Peace Society, on Wednes-  sion.
LAUNDRY 1UMLDING.
The laundry  building will  be of oem-
Dr. Darby, Secretary of the British Peace Society, Delivered a
Striking and Forceful Address
in the Interests
Peace.
The  Women's  Oanadian  Club  entertained their most distinguished visitor
Mai Ding, the auctioneer, will hob
gsale of household furniture in   thei Jay afternoon,  In the spacious draw-
suit
[VES BEFORE
"The Spendthrift"
Ma ••-■    Sraythi       ths   Emp* -- the
atr i.    lo  ante ince   *.o  his    patu
lous bas ■   Mr.      Geo.
enl
in "David Harum
Saturday, Oct. IS    Tht     ory ol
■
u io the   theo •
goers        ;. ■       When N
illy pro D ■
-        - as yoi iv* is a g laranteed
pr( ids greates Thej   hold the boards   at
Hello Cressman. how are you? Sew,
sew, we are always stitching away.—
Your clothes already, bring the money
ine'  rooms of    Mrs.  W.   M.  Lawrence.
ent thus practically hre proof, .ilKUW
The chair was occupied by tho presi - feet u wiU u, Bituated on the old
dent, Mrs. J.D. Sibbald, who, after a I laundry site on the t'.l'.U. spur track.
vory pleasingly  rendered  solo by  Miss j NUW  MACHINERY.
Parker, introduced the speaker. |    The  machinery   will  hc ol   the  n.ost
Dr. Darby has been secretary of the ; modern  kind    and  will  cost at  least
British Peace  movement  since      1888, ; $9,000.   Thc   new   company   is   taking
and has watched it grow from      "the   over the old laundry sin* from Mr. Bar-
day of small tilings'' to 'its present al-1 raclough as well as the team und out-1
most world-wide proportions, and thus   Qt.
has a mos't complete grasp oi its his- ; PROSPECTS OF COMPANY
tory, objects and methods. He pro- The Wet Kootenay Steam Laundry
ceeded at once to bis subject, which will start business with a dean sheet.
he named "The Women of Canada an.l and with great possibilities, Uevelstoke
Peace." In bis opening remarks he lias q population of l,U0t) and with out
<tatod that ihe most regrettable fact, side business the new laundry should
the peace interests are facing today is   do ii tremendous trade.
that all the nations are burdened with
the dread of and preparations for war.
This is' a delusion from which ihey
must awake be'fore much can bc dune
towards universal peace. He quoted
tlve lata United Stales Secretary John
Huy, who said ''War is the most futile and most ferocious of all human
follies,''   which   s'peech  has been     re-
witi   you-
Tailor.
-Cressman Ladies' and Mens
h a h ii ra * a ® a s ii a a a a ii
pper on     Mon-
V •    Stock Co.—
a
a
a
a
a
Dom'.nioi Has Bson
ized Since the
Reciprocity.
Stit-''
Defeat  of
•-.*.■ Theatn   all n xt  week,      »
if    . Tickets M L'a ,S
Mr. arug store. "
Howa *
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t :n  view
being
;     doi    i   I    "    -Sir Richard     :•
to   i ■   •
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Ml. f   I. D
f Parli in ■
tbrot gh  io th
■
•h" 1
.'."    cAi. is handled exclusively
Istol •     y *be Revelstoke Gen-
.■■ c les, ltd.
. old -ime.   But now
l
oal.
3   »
was
te. —
U    30.,
and
■
"
Allen Pt,
EMPRESS THEATRE
One  week,  commencing Monday
October 20th.
Mi - Verna Felton ami the
Allen Players, including the
Royal Hungarian Quartette,
in an unexcelled repertoire:
Mo.cut "The Spendthrift", a
brilliant comedy drama; Tuesday 'The Gamblers," a drama by Chas. Klein; We Ines-
day "Get Ui'-b Quick Walling-
ford",    greatest   comedy suc-
• ■ BS in J e'.n ; " Thurs lay,
"Green Stoi kingi," high class
English comedy; Friday "The
Pawn of -.: Tomorrow," powerful English drama and a
feature production; Saturday
Matinee "Cinderilla," spi
ular presentaii n of th
ulnr    fairy     tale;      Saturday
\\     ■   ee.c"     a
cal   romance.   *.
n ■■■ .    75c,   'mi .
Seat   ..'.  sa     al   Macdonald's
11  ■    S tor . McKi i   .    aven -•
a
a
a
i
a
«
i
*
a
a
«
a
a
HAS   NO  KNOCKERS
The enterprise  about to be launched
by   tliis;  company   defies  knockers,      in i
fact   it   has   none,  there   is  nothing  to j
knock.   There is   nn  excellent  opport - ;
unity for ihe laundry business at Revelstoke, upon which all aro agreed and
no arguments can possibly be advanced against  it.
SHOULD PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
It is understood that some limited
amount of stock is about to be oiler-
ed to tho public of Revelsloke in order to start operations'and thoso oi our
citizens who nre fortunate enough to
secure some stock ean rest assured thnt
Ihey bave made no mistake and that
they stand a very good chance of receiving 30 per cent, on theli investment within the next few years.
Mr.    Greenwood returned Thursday
afternoon from Vancouver.
Mrs. J.E.B. Dickson is not receiving
today nor again this season.
Mr. W.H. Hornell has been another
victim of the grippe this week.
Mrs. G. Ralph Lawrence will not receive on Thanksgiving Day,    Monday
Oct. 20th, 1913.
Mrs. Coursier will receive for the
first time this season on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 12nd.
Dr, Darby continued his journey cast
Wed dny. leaving on the     midnight
train after his lecture.
Mr. McDiarmid of the Imperial hank
staff, is away to Kamloops to spend
Thanksgiving Day at home.
Mr. and Mrs.  M.C. Gibson and Miss
Gibson,   of  Morrislnirg,   Ont., are    the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. McLean.
Supt. McKay ha* rented the resi-
>lcnce of Mrs. D.M. Foote tor the winter, and  moved  In  last  Monday.
Mrs, W.J. Law will receive on Tuesday the 21st inst.. and on the third
Tuesday of each month thereafter.
.Mrs.  .I.A.  Johnston  took  her  little
daughter to     Vancouver on    Tuesday
night tn undergo an operation on het
Irip.
Mr. K.W. I.anu- arrive: today from
Whatshan, in the south country, tc
enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday with
his family.
Mr-.   Charlie  Lewis  and  four child
ren  arrived  from   Saskatoon  Wednes -
il;i\   and are visiting  Mr. ami  Mrs.   T.
Lewis at   the ranch.
Miss   Evelyn   Dempster  of   floss'..,n .
i.i-     .me ii. remain tor Bome time   b-
    city, studying music.   She is stay
ing with
Mrs. I.aw-on.
Oct.   *jn—Allen   Players   for
at Empress the atr-
Oct.  -'7, 28—Bdison Tal
Empress  theatre.
week
king  Pictures,
a
1      \ im    ing of I he. Revelstoke Poultry
■ and Pet Stock Association will beheld
8 at  Smythe's  Hall, on Tuesday,   Oct.
3 21st.   All members are requested     to
8 attend.
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Ilk. line Minimum
Cash in Mve
Mi-s    Maggie  Morgan ha    ■■   ■ pte
the position of bookkeepei on  the stai'.
ot   the'  Mail Met aid.      and   common ■
duty on Tuesday Inst.
In acom      Gol bi .  «1.-■   was expect'
.i Idj         meetii
ice  work, was  detained   in   V     i    ■
and will  ai i it ire on Tie 'lay next.
Inspector M' Lam in of  Vanco   ■
■ i"      p    "I Central - chi ■
in    own oi   Wedn   daj    Inspei
high school,   ea fing be i
Thursday   .
Mr. A. H
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lay. »n<1 ai  ompanied  In-;
h  th ■  Wit...-
ing here Monday mi i •
Mr.   md  M       i.        I .■ .,    and
Mr. and  Mrs.  W H.  Donaldson,  li
Fi idaj   for a ti .
fcjSMSJEJSIEJSJE*'.: i SISfSJESiBiSl  whicli   thej   intend
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uphasisod  I j
-i nen foi      es,  but    stili
.01  the continuation
tii.   and ferocious fol-
In     tli    la ixty-six
,            ■■ ■ in on, was
its oi Igin in  the mind
i          i     a     \ ii licate t'
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■ • .     pays    1'in only
FOB SALE—House and Furniture —
together ■> eparate \. W, Green-
A.e id, *i,  Sovi nth stroet W.     2t.
LOST Scot f Terrier Pup, aliout 3
months old. Finder please return to
!•:. W.  La' 'has ■■, 30,  Second Btreet,
West
w VOTED Vgcni in Revolstake, quick
-clline.' domestic utility. Big money
for hustlers. Write ior particulars ,
Waddj Mnl Young, North West Trust
Building, Vancouver, B.C.
Maii Heraid Post Box
.
henin    of the mil
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BATURDAY,   OCTOBER  18,  1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE NINE
. V.
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Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Revelstoke Assessment
District. Province of British Columbia.
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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
1
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.
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Kootenay Orchard Association  Lot.,
,Wil.-on. Rich Lot.
C. S   Dodson  Lot.,
J..lm  McDonell  Lot.,
Qeo. Atkins  Lot.
A. C.  Holm.- 	
3a
10
2d
26
27
5.12 acres
1.99 u res
I.Ti*. acres
8.03 ■■ ree
7.77 a
.Lot  35  1".55 acres
. :J7 1U.03 ae ,  -
, 38 	
. 10  '.".n" acres
, -ll  lO.fl ' a< ■■
, 42  1".I"' a res
47  10.00 acres
Mrs. Mary Wakelln  Lot.
0. w. Wakelin  Lot.
C*. D, Kimble .... Lot.
*'.  D.  l.ytay  Lot.
Thos. P. Sommerville  Lot.
Waltei B>. Sweeting Lot.,
1. .- aby     Lot  y0 l0-15 neiv-
H. 1.   Pattlaon  Lot 94   9.70
K.  i:.  Myhill  Lot  97  10.01 acres
Ja-. Naylor  Lot 101     4.79
Jas. M Mullein  Lot 105   8.03 acres
Mrs. S. Hewins  Lol 112  10.71 acres
10.00 acres       2.50
Mi* Teresa Daly  Lot..
Mrs. F.  M   Fowler  Lot.,
A. R   Squire  Lot.,
R. M. Todd  Lot.,
J. R. McPherson  Lot-
John L. Scott  Lot..
.113
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,.150
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.152
,156
... 8.so acres
... 7.11 acres .
...10.61
... ■'.-■"' acres
... -.44 a. re- .
... 9.99 acres
B. Leisceiter  Lot 170  10.11 ae-re?
H. F. Orr Lot 174 10.00 acres
A. R. Squire  Lot 178-179  80.39 acres
1.50 	
 $    1.6(1   	
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      2.30
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      8.35
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     18.35
       2.00   	
 10	
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      5.10
2.75 	
    13.70 	
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2.50 	
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3.60
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2.60	
 10	
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       6.10
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 70	
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     31.70
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      8.65
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     5.40  	
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Arrowhead Townsite.   Subdivision part Lot 384, G. I. Plans 631-63la.
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Mra, Oeorgina Ballard  Block 1, Lot 1, House  J 16.00 .
Obong Hong Company  Hlock l, Lot- 1-6, Store   2-.ro
Kwon? Sins Yarn Co Block 1, Lot 5, Store   32.00
Margaret McGaghran  Block I, Lot 7   6.00
Florence M. Wallace  Blo.k 1, Lou 8-9. Sn.ro  46.80
John ami Rol>ctt Caley  Block 8, Lots 1-2, Hotel, Loi   17 and Hull    130.00
W. J. Ughtburne  Block *'. Lots 5-6-7-, Hotel 10-11   108.00
Newman, Qeo. F Block 3. Loti 3-9, store   10.00
Bin Benel Lumber l'o Block 3, Lots 1*5-16 and two homes   7.00
Mrs. K.  .1.  Kerr  Block 8, Lot- 1--1!( ami two houses   6.00
W. J. Lightburne  Block  I. Lot  I   »-00
C. H. Kenny  Block '• Lote 3 to '■'■ lnc  t.25
N. A. McEachern  Block 5, Lot 6. and House   2.00
Mike Furiak  Blocks, Lot- 12-13-14. and House   6.80
K.  McGaghran Kst Block 5, Lot- 15 and 17   2 00
Thos. R. Parry  Block 7, Lots 1-2-:'.. House and Stable  5.00 .
W. C. Brewer  Block 7, Lot  4 and House   3.00
g. ir.in Block 7, Lot 5  75
N. B. Smith  Block 7, Lot* 11, 12, 13, and House   12.00
W. C. Brewer  Block 8, Lot? 1-2. and House   8.00
Alex Putney Block 8, Lots 7-8   1.60
Percy Boyd  Block 8, Lot- 18 to 20, an.l House   4.60
WallaoJ Ludg-ate  Block 9, Lot 7  3.40
Wni. S.  Martin  Block 10, Lot  It, and House   33.90
N. McEachern  Block   10, L"tB 0 to 11  Inc've   4.HO
Mr-. Sarah (Jibsou  I"°<* *■ Lot 13 	
rapt. L, II. Fraser  Block  I, Lot- 17 and 1;
O. li. Renney Blook fl, Lots 3 and 4 ..
TC. HsOaghran HM    B. t, Block 15 and Houee  9.00
Mrs. Mary 8. Smith  Pnrl Lot 384 O. I.. U> acres   8 00
Alex  McLennan  I''"'   Lot   884, O,   I.. 1  acre   1.60
Casper R. Chenery  Port Lot v<i, Wx\»'  1.75
Mrs.  May  Anderson  Lots 1 to 11. Block 0. Building Plan 031D  8.00
;,nd Hon-e    40.00
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Burton City Townsite, Subdivision Lot 745, G. I. Plan 637.
tt   Wilhameon  Block », Lot 16  , I     .50
fl*?* O'llc.-un Block 3, LoU  17 and 18       6.30
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„    10.95 PAGE TEN.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  18,  1U1I-
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
\
NAME OF PERSON  ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL
F. Western  ;....Block 3,  Lot 19 	
Jobs Lines*-   Block 3, Lots 20-21, and Stable
  3.45
  6.65
A. A. Burton  Block 3, Lois 13 and 14)  1.60
F. Daly  ...Block 4, Lots 9 and 10 and Hou-e   1.25
Byron Burton  Block -4, Lot   15  2.05
A. A, Burton   t Block 4, Lot 16   1.05
Thos. F. Lane  Block 7, Lot  13
A. A. Burton   , Block 7, Loi   1 I .
Alei McDonald  -. Block 8, Lot 15
Frank Daly  roBloek 8, Lot 16
F. G. Fauquier   Block 8, Lot  19
Stevens-DI n  Company  t Block 8, Lot 20
S; ln -y  Leary   .Block 12,  Lots   I
A.   A.  Burton   Block 12,  Lol   7  	
F,  Fasser  Block 12.   Lot  17  	
Wm. Lovatt  Blo.k 12, Lot  18 	
.1.  C. Gore   Blo'k 13,  Lots  1   and  2 ...
A. A. Burton  Blo.k 13, Lots M-IO to 20
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and  H..
.80
.80
1.30
1.85
2.96'
3.35
3.10
1.05
3.35
' 05
1.60
4.50
2.55
1.16
1.40
1.00
1.40
1.30
1.00
1.30
1.30
2.05
.00
1.30
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2.80
7.70
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.80  1,00
1.15  1.00
.10  1.00
.05  1.00
.20  1.00
.05  1.00
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.10  1.00
.15  1.00
.55  1.00
.75   1.00
.15    1.00
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.75  1.00
.10  1.00
.05  l.oo
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7.80
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3.85
3.70
4.25
2.10
1.85
3.25
3.70
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6.40
6.30
2.75
6.40
3.15
5.45
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Beaton Townsite.   Subdivision Lots 502 and 505.     G. I. Plans 756
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B.  F.  J. Fraser  Block 1, Lois 4-9  to  17-19,  and boUse20-21-22,  house  24       0.15
J. and  G.  Edge   Block  I, Lois 5 to -, Blacksmith shop and stable  4    3.25
B.   Witter  Block 1, Lot 2:!, and House  ,       1.00
.  F.   J.  Frasei    Block 2, Lots 1 and 3   55
G.   Nellis  Block   I. Lots  I  to 4,  and Hotel   1.12.50
J. Bradford  Block   I. Lots 5 to 8, House and Blacksmith shop
-.  F.  J. Fra-er    Block  4, Lots 12 to   16 	
A.  K.  Tobin   Bloe-k  I. Lois 17 to 20. and House 	
-.  F.J. Fraser  Blo.k  5,  Lois  1-2-5-0  	
J.  Fraser  Block  6,  Lot   II   	
- F. W. Graham  Blo.k 6, Lots 12
- F.  J.  Frasei-  Block 7,  Lots  1 to 7  	
-.   F.   J.   Fra-er Blo.k 16,   Lots   1   to  8   	
!. F.  J. Fraser  Blo.k 20, Lots I  to 6 	
A.  Webb   Block  20,  Lots  7  and  8	
Hillman   Block  20,  Lots 13 and   14  	
-.  F.  J. Fraser  Block 24. Lois 1-2 and House ...
Hillman  Block 24, Lots 5 to 8 	
-. F.  J.  Frasei    Blo.k 2-,  Lot   1  	
H.  Croft   Bb.tk  29,   Lois   1  to   I   and   lions.
       9.00
       1.20
      2.00
 80
 50
14 ,,nd House     89.20
1.6H
1.80
1.00
.50
2.00
1.00
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3   .30 $1.00  ,  S    7.45
.10  1.00  3.35
.0.5  1.00   2.05
.05  1.00   1.60
21.05   1.00    155.15
.10   1.00  |   10.41)
.05   l.OO   2.25
.10  l.OO  3.10
.05   l.OO   1.85
.05   1.011   1.55
10.70   l.OO   50.90
.05  1.00   l.UO
.05  1.00   2.65
.05...,  1.00     2.85
.05   1.00  ,   2.05
.05    1.00  ,  1.55
.10    1.00   3.10
.05    l.OO   2.05
.05    1.00   1.55
3.20  l.OO   23.60
Re-subdivision Lots 502 and 505.   "Ran 756a.
Mrs. F. J. Fra-er  Lot- 1-7-14a-Me-1:
E.  Hillman  Lots 11 and 14b ..
S.   A.   W 'I'b Lot   17  	
S    A.   E.  Hillman   Lot  19 	
Mis.   N.   Abrahamson   Lot 20 	
Hillman  Asa  1 Lot  22 	
Robt    (limn  Lots 25 and  26 ...
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1.50
2.0i
1.23
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.     .20  LOO  6.90
.      .05  1.00   2.55
.05...  l.OO   2.55
.    .10  i.oo  :un
.      .05  1.00   2.30
.      .45  1.00   6.45
Comaplix Townsite.    Subdivision Lots 1141 and 1142.    Plans 632 and 632a. and 632b.
d.  H. Youi      VBlock 12, Lot 7 	
.1. H. Youna   Block 13, Lol H    se    	
.1.  H Younc    Block 13, Lol 7.  and House 	
KM •'-     -         B \ Lol   1" and
.$   2.50
12."."
.   10S.00
 *    .20 $I.HH  $    3.70
     3.30  1.00      46.SO
  11.20  1.00   123.26
Edgewood Townsite.
Subdivision Lots 182a.-183a.   Plan 915.
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,8   3.00
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1.00
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1.20
Subdvision sub-lots 39 and 40.    Plan 924
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1.65
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.$   5.70
..     5.25
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Geo. Newman 	
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 Block 2. Lot   17 	
J, V.eiini-  Block ::. Lot    10 to -'-'. Buildlo
 Block 3, Lob)   I-V - I■*. 16     o    i
 Mlo-k 3. Lol   5 	
 Block :t. Lot " 	
 L'lork 3, Loi   in  	
pany   Block I, ix.i    i  to 7 	
 Hlock i. Lol    I to 12 	
Walker  ,  Block 1, Lot    18 to 24 	
 ...Hlock 5, Lol   4  and   BlllkHng 	
 Block 5, Lot D  .'..,
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1.50
10.20
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1.25
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9.20
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2.50
55.70
3---.30
1.98
2.35
1.5» SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  18,  1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE ELE*VBN
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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G. Van Nostrand  Elock 5,  Lot 10  *      7,00
Mrs.  Malletts Block 5, Lot  13  *      6.15
Mathew  Reid Block 5, Lot  18      1.00
Angus  Campbell   ,  Block 5,  Lot  19       10.55
John McDonald  Block 5, Lot  20       9.55
Jean O. Ellis Block 5, Lot 21  i        7.35
Fred T.  Conway  Block 5,  Lot 22       5.75
W.  M. Brown   % Block 6, Lot 2  ,      4.00
Roisterer and Company Est Block 0, Lots 3 and 21       2.00
R.  P. Pettipiece  Block 6, Lot 0 and Building     11.70
Guy  A.  Lafiorty  Block (i,  Lots  7 and 8     11.05
Mrs.  S.  O'Connor   Block  6, Lots  11   and  12   ,       18.30
Robt. Howson  Block 6, Lot  13 50
Lots II  and 15     13.70
Lot   10  25
Lot 17  ,     12.80
Lot   1-        5.90
and 22  25
J.  H.  Harris Btock  6.
Thos.  More  Block 6,
G. W. Urquhart  Block (i,
F.   Carlson    Block  6,
Ferguson Est. and Walker Block 6, Lois 21
Andrew Ferguson  Block 6, Lot 23 	
T.  Gallon and Company  Block 7,  Lots 4 and 5
Mrs. B. Clark  Block 7, Lot  6 	
Donald Mcintosh Block 7.  Lots  -  to 10
Ferguson  Est.  and  Walker   Block 7, Lots 7-15  to 2
Angus McDonald   Block -, Lots  1 and 2 .
.40
10.90
4.70
12.50
Ferguson  Est.  and  Walker  Blo.k
F.  L. Hen-ton  Block
Robt. Howson  Block
Ferguson Est. and  Walker Block
Pool mid Young  Block
H.  J. Hanbiiry  , Block
B. CrtUy  Elock
Rich.  Davis   Blook
John Knowles  Block
Ferguson  Est.  nnd Walker  Blo.k
J.  C.  Kirkpatrick  Bio, k
to  11-13 I,
•'2
.M
2.30
.25
.50
.50
.25
4.55
8, Lot
-, Lot
9 Lot 5 	
9, Lots  6  to  --13 to 24
'.».   Lol   10  	
'.), Lois  11  and 12 	
10, Lot- :> an I   I  	
10,  Lol  5 	
10.   Lol   6   	
10, Lol- 7-10 to 24 25
10. Lot  8 aiol house    27,ln
 50
12.:'.h
ii
.511
.)-,
.50
7.nn
,50
3.80
OR
.50
2.30
l.uu
.25
I.-5
4.60
11.50
.46
.50
4.00
.25
1.50
2.in
4.70
l.uu
.50
2.00
Ferguson  Est.  anel Walker  Blocks  lit.,   14,  -4 Lot- 	
Ferguson Est,  and Walker  Block  15.  Lots   |   to 24 	
Ferguson  Est. and Walker  Block 16. Lots I to -.  ll  and  12	
Wm. Dane; Block  16, Lots >j nnd  10 	
Ferguson Est   and Walker   Blo.k 17. Lois 1 to 3-7 to  IH 	
J. A. Mahn  Block  17,  Lot  4	
H. anl G. Nellis  ....Block 17, Lot 5 and Hon-.- 	
Nol- Andor-on  Blo.k 17, Lot  11  	
Ole M. Johnson  Block   17,  Loi   12	
Ferguson  Ksi    and  Walker  Blo.k I-,  Lot- .'. io -10 and 11 	
Maramie Turner  Blo.k 18, Lot 9 	
CA.   Irwin  ,  Blo.k  18,  Lot   12	
Ferguson Est.  and Walker  Block- 19 to 2-, 216 Los	
Ferguson Est.  ond  Walker  Blocks 20.  Lots *2  lo 9-17 to 2*2	
M. M.  Pettipiece  Block 29, Lot  I  .'	
Buy A. Lafterty  Block 29. Lot  10  ,	
Re.bt.  Samson  I'lock 29, Lot   12      6.55
Laura J. Wrong  Block 29. Lot  13 and House       5.40
R.  Leckie-Ewing  Block 20,  Lots ll  to lo and House	
Andrew Ferguson    BIo>k 30, Lots  l io 3 	
A. Forslund ....Block 80, Lol  4	
.1. Fltzsimmini  Block 30,  Lot  5	
Ferguson  Est.  and  Walker  Block 30 Lot- 7-9-17  ,	
A.  (*.  Meaker  Block 30, Lot -	
Ilio-. Cordon  Block 80, Lot   10 	
Donald Mcintosh  Block 30,  Lot   II	
W.  A. Foeite  Block 80, Lot  12	
J.  A. K. Tobin  '..Block 80, Lois  13 ,,-, u; 	
Bt     m Daney    Block 30, Lots 1- an! 19 and House	
J.hn T. Coleman Est Block 30,  Lol  20  .-      3.10
li.  A. McDougald  Bio ,k 30,  Lot 21      7.5".
F.  L.  Houston  .. Block 110, Lots 22 to 24 and Hou-:'       5.50
R   P.  Pettipiece  Block 80, Lots 25-26 an! House    21.00
Ferguson Est, and Walker  Blo.k 31, Lots 1-2-8-9 lo 12-17 to 26 25
Wm. Donald  Block 31, Lota !1 and 7	
Smith  Block 81,  Loi   I  	
D       i and Urquhart  Block 31, Lot 5	
L.   Boomer  Block   311   Loi    13	
Albert   Sullivan   Block  32,   Lot   I	
Ferguson  Est. and Walker  Block 32,  Lots o to 26 	
Ferguson Est, and Walker  Blocks 38 lo 37, 80 Lot-	
W.  It   Pool   Block 38,  Lots  1  to ,1  	
N. Emo    Block :'.-. Lot 0 	
Ferguson  Est. and Walker  Block 38, Lots  In toll	
Ferg s,,n Est. and Walker  Block 39, Lots  1  to lo 	
John T. Coleman Est Block 39,  Lots   13 and  14	
Florence N. Gordon  Block 4u. Lots 5-6 and Hon-.-	
F.rguson  Est. and  Walker   Block  10,  Lots 7  to ll  	
F.rgusnn Est. and Walker  Block 11, Lois 13-22 to 21 	
R. Perry  Block   11,  Lots  16-17 and  House 	
S.  Daney           Block 41. Lot-   18-19 and House       2.0H
Frank Lebeau  Block 60, Lol   1   a. 25
Mrs. 0. Foran  Block 50,  Lot 2 	
Ferguson  Est, and Walker  Block 60, Lol  ■'■ 	
Walter Edwards  Block 50, Lol 4  :	
Mrs. Jns. Cummings Est Blocv 50, Loi :, Bnd Hotel	
S. B. Slinger  Flock 50, Lot 6	
S.  n.mey  Block 50, Lots 7.8 and Stable       1.50
J.   Knowles   Block 50.  Lot  9 50
Fergus,,.,   Bit,   and  Walker   Block 55,  Lots  1 anl 2  25
Ha.iy  Nellis   I* o ',  55.  Lot  :',  50
1    Ilin.-    Block  55.  Lot   5          5.90
J.  Laughton  Flo.k 55. Lots 6-7- and Hotel      6.50
Mabel Cray  Block 55.  Lot  9 25-
M. O.  H. Duncan  , Block  55.  Lot   10      7.20
R.-ister.-i    md Co, K-i Block 55, Lots l?, to 15      3.45
R. Laughton  Blo.k 55.  Lots  If. and 17   50
Dom. Magclo Blo.k 55. Lot 21      4.70
8. B.  Slinger   Rlock 55. Lot  22      1.30.
J. C. Kirkpatrick  Block 55, Lots 23-24 and Stable    20.f,n
Ferguson Est. and Walker  t'nplotted Portion Lots 1110 and  1145 G.   1     10.00
lO.tHI
1.25
."...'e"l
5.05
0.10
.25
.r.H
19.no
2.30
.25
.25
5.80
4.00
.25
.25
:i3.9o
4.65
.25
1.25
41.75
.50
2.50	
2.10......
.10	
4.36	
4.35.	
2.90	
2.15	
1.00   11.10
1.00   9.25
1.00   2.10
1.00  ,,   15.90
l.oo   11.90
1.00   11.25
1.00   8.90
1.30  l.OO   6.30
l.oo
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
.35	
1.35	
4.85	
6.S5	
.05	
5.85	
.05	
6.00	
2.20	
.05	
.05	
4.20	
1.00	
4.65	
.05	
.35	
.05	
.05	
.05	
.05	
1.60	
.05	
5 15	
.05	
.05	
.05	
9.25	
.05	
.05	
.05	
.05	
.05	
.06	
.00	
.05	
1.20	
.05	
.05	
.35	
.05	
.05	
1.85	
1.85  LOO
l.iin
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
l.illl
l.OO
1.00
1.00    3.35
1.00   14.05
1.00   10.90
1.00     26.15
1.00   1.55
1.00  20.55
1.00   1.30
l.OO   19.30
9.10
1.30
] .30
16.10
7.30
1.00       18.15
1.00
l.OO
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
LOO
I.nn
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
LOO  .
1.1)0
l.illl
l.illl
1.00
1.00
1.00
LOO
1.110
LOO
1.00
1.30
3.65
1.30
1.55
1.55
1.30
7.15
1.30
18.75
1.30
1.55
1.30
37.35
1.55
1 .:',0
1.30
1.55
1.30-
1.55
8.60
1.55
6.00
1 .:'.0
1.55
3.65
2.05
1.30
7.70
7.45
8.40
-.20
15.2H
1.45
1.55
6.25
1.30
2.65
3.50
1.85 ...
1.80	
2.70.,	
.05	
.05	
1.25	
.05	
.15	
.10	
1.55	
.05  1.00         2.05
.05  1.00   ,        1.55
.15  MK!         3.15
.80  1.00        4.9')
2.35  1.00      In.00
.45  l.OO          6.95
7.55  l.OO       29.55
  1.00        1.25
I.'15  1.00       15.0-5
.15'..
2.15..
2.15.,
2.20.,
1.00
l.OO
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.40
-.80
-.80
9.30
1.25
• • L00        1.50
     5.15...
 50...
 05...
 05...
     1.95...
 30...
 05..,
 05...
  12.75...
 15..
1.55....
 15	
.... 12.55	
 05	
 10	
 05	
.05	
2.20	
.55	
1.00	
.70	
H5	
1.60	
.Ill	
8.50	
.45	
1.00
1.00
l.OO
1.00
1.00
l.oo
1.00
l.oo
l.iin
1.00
l.illl
1.00
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l.OO
l.OO
l.illl
l.illl
l.OO
1.00
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1.00  .
.(*    25.45
  f\St,
  1.30
  1.30
  3.75
  5.30
  1.30
  1.30
  47.65
  3.15
  1.25
  7.20
  1 25
  2.40
  58.30
  1.55
    2.60
  1.55
  1.25
  1.55
  9.10
  -3.05
  1.25
  9.20
  5.15
  1.55
  7..30
  2.45
  30.10
  11.45
Gerrard Townsite.   Subdivision, Lot 5704.   G. I. Plan 892
Hillmnn  and  I'nrininn  Block 1. Lots 1 and 2 R
.30
Mobbs  Block I, Ld« 3-4-5-11 to 26-29 t,. 3*      2.25
Mobbs  Block 2.  Lots
Mobbs   , Block 'I. Lots
Mobbs  RlO'-k 5.   Lit«
1   to l* 	
1  to 3-10 to
1   to 32  	
26
M,el.i.s  Unplotted Portion Lo- .'704. G. 1
1.50
1,50
1.50
.75
.05 8i.no  8 1.35
.10  l.OO   3.35
.05  1.00   2.55
.05  1.00   2.55
.05  1.00   2.55
.05  1.00  1.80
Nakusp Townsite.   Subdivision, Lot 397.   G. I., K. D. Plan 494.
L.  .1.  Edwards  Illock
P, Hie'kcy Block
Lots  ll-12-13 and two Houses   ,$   4,75
Lot 3  , «   2.60
i   1.86
...    .40..
..     .35.
..$1.1111
,. 1.00
6.15
5.80 V*iT.\t;i: twk.i.n k
THE   MAIL-HERALDS REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   OCTOBER  18,   11)13.
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OF PERSON   ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OP PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL
ja    ii. Graham  Block 2, Lot 0   	
M-      rhos. Gayford  Blork 3, Lot- l to 5, Store, 6-7-S 	
L. J,  Edwards  Block 3, Lots 10-11. Cottage,  12-13 2S
C.   L.   Heiiklje   Block  3,  Lots 21  and 22 	
29
3, Lot 23 	
3, Lots 21 and 25
I.  Loi-   11   io  15,
I,   Lot   22  	
 , 5(1
  15.HO
  6.50
  1.75..
  2.20
 '.  1.75
an.l  Hotel    30.00
  1.75
   2.00
Building  4.85
  2.00
Mrs.   Vnnie I.   Gothier  Block
.1 i-..•■ Sneddon  Block
T.  11.  Bohart  "look
H.   .'    Mercer  Block
Mi-   C.L   Herridge  Block   I. Lot 23 an.l  Shoo       2.00
F. H.  Bo.ii a"  Block 5
Wm. Herridge  Block  5
L,  ,1.  Bdwarda  Block 5
Mi■■   Annie Kelliher  Block 3
J,   \. Thew  Block 5
i Genelle  Block 6
.1.  a iftsohn  Block 6
Wi      li    Reyden,   3r Hlock 7
Wm   Hudson  Blo.k 7.  Lots 21 and 22       1.0*1
T   irneycraft and Cook   Block *-. Lots 4-5       1.70
K    uantile Dewlopment Company  Block 8, Lots 6 and 7     11.50
J    3,  Crowell  Block  -,  Lot  - and Shop       4.00
G, Ge   bricht  Block 8, Lot D  50
H. ''..   Mercer  Block S. Lot 12      6.10
il,    ie  Robertson  Block  -,  Lot 17      S.60
H. G    Mercer    Block  10, Lots '.' and  10       9.80
L. J.  Edwards Block   11,  Lots 8-9-10       1.50
J.   A.   Virtue   Hlock   15.   Lots 3 and 5         l.OO
W -   \   L. Gothier  Block 15, Lois ll and 12       3.-5
F. Weusley  Block 16, Lot 13 and Coinage      12.90
Le,t 2.'! an.l  Shop
Lots  1  and 2 	
Lota   10 and  17  ...
Lois   23-21-25   nnd
Lot  2.s ,,nd Shacks .,
Lo'- 29 and :«) 	
Lots   1-2-:', and House
Lots 21 and 25 	
Loi
I...is 21  and  22
Lots 4-5 	
Lots li and 7 	
Leii   - and  SI op
      6.80
     11.95
■ '. House       1.50
W,  :■:.  Co*  Block IB,  Lot 14
L    .-.   McDougald    Hlock   16,  Lois li
1      ■   Genelle  Block  IH,  Lot  7
A.  B.  ...band  Hlock V.i,  Lots  I
Ida  M.  Matson  Block 20,  Loi   I  	
D. W.  Crosby  Block 21. Lot 6 	
Mi     Ellen  Blockelsby   Block 21, Lot 3 	
All c W.  Smith  Blo.k 37, Lot  10	
Mi-. !•'.  .1.  Richmond  Blo.k 38, Lot 5 	
J.  !•".  Funk  Block 3S, Lot 0 and House
to 2H and  two bottle',
ind 5 and House	
 50
       7.25
 ^5
       l.oo
         .75
 50
       2.20.,
      1.55
       2.00
       2.O0
.Block 39, Lots 9-10 ami 11  ,       1.50
17.80
j !. - esque 	
A.  Parkinson  Block 39, Lots 15 and 10  25
Mi-    Ray U.,-s  , Block 46, Lots 19 and 20   1.50
Bam Henry  Pnrt  Lots 397, and 308, G.l, S.L.     15, 397, S.L.     1. 398   11.00
J. M   Cameron  Part Lot 398, S. L. 9 and 10   15,00
Qustav  Herke  Par! Lot  397, Lot I. S.L. lr.   4.00
M. Newland  Part Lot 397, Lot 6, S.L. 16  4.00
I.   J   Edward Pari Lot 397, Lot 13, S-L. 16   18.oh
Co    -.'alley Land Company Part Lot 308, S.L. s   12.00
1.85
2.15
8.65
2.10
2.55
1.40
2.35
0.20
S.45
L9t)
.10
.15
.05
.05
.15
.15
.05
11
1
4.
,15
10
06
40
.95
.65
.95
.7- •
!.80
1.20
.75
.95
.10
..<!/...
  1.00   1.5(1
1.06...  1.00   34.85
.411...  1.0(1  „..,. 7.90
.15...  1.00   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  1.0(1   3.10
.10...  l.illl   5.4H
.10...  1,00    4.5H
■30...  l.oo  ,   6.15
.10...  1,00   5.45
  1.00   41.20
• 45...  LOO   16.70
3.25...  l.iin   20.10
  1.00   2.50
  l.illl  2.00
.10  1,00   4.90
4.05...  l.OO  20.70
.20  l.OO   6.25
  1.00   2.55
2.15...  LOO   11.40
3.80...  1.00  15.05
2.35...  1.00  ,  17.20
  LOO   2.50
  l.illl   2.00
.75...  LOO   9.00
5.25...  1.00   19.15
  1.00   8.65
.35  1.00   19.70
  l.OO   2.90
  1.00  (i.40
  1.00   2.70
  l.OO   1,50
,35  1.00   5.25
.15  1.00   3.05
.10  1.00   5.75
.1(1  LOO   5.90
.10  1.00   4.80
  1.00   2.00
.10  l.OO   4.55
  l.OO   28.10
.70  1.00   16.70
.30  1.00      .  5.30
.30  1.00   5.30
1.80  1.00  20.S0
.55  1.00  46.85
Crescent Bay Orchards.   Subdivision, sub-lots 11 to 18 of Lot 398.   G. I. Plan 959.
:\ k i
 Lots  15a  and 16
.?    1.25   $    1>5
..Jl.no
4.Hi
Subdivision, Part Lot 397.   G. I. Plan 980.
E. ■ anvil le  Lot 7 	
(     imbia   Valley  Land  Company   Lota S to 21-2''. to 33-51 to 62-61
L.   Girling  \V. 1   12- and  W.  ; 129  	
J;     Munro Lot 130	
 Lot 134  	
■11  Lot Lio  	
 Lot 139    	
Herridge  Lol 140 	
•    Lot ill 	
 Lot 11*2 	
C. H.  Harrin   Lot 150 	
I    nor    Lol I! 	
0. J. Griggs  Lot ::     ..
..................
1129-144-145-148-156     to    0-149..
6.00 $    5.80
_: 0<      ...  112.15
4.10  	
2.O0	
2.00  	
	
2.00 	
2.00 	
	
	
	
2.on    	
2.00   	
	
..>■   .oo 81.00  *3 i5.io
..   5.05  l.iin   248.80
..      .30...   1.00   5.4H
..     .10  l.oo   3.10
..j    .10... $1.00  ? 3.10
..8   .10... $1.00  ....$ 3.10
..S   .10 $1.00  ¥ 3.10
..*   .10 $l.(»0  « 3.10
..?   .10... $1.00  ....$ 3.10
..*   .10 $1.00  3 3.10
...*   .10 $1.00  ....8 3.10
,.$   .10 $1.00  § 3.10
,.8   .10 $1.00  „..? 3.10
,.     .20  Lim   5.20
Poplar Townsite.   Subdivision, 836.   Plan 746.
J.   -airy 	
A    3. Pike 	
J. L. Whitney 	
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li.
c
L.
J
A
A.
B.
T.
A.
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P.
S
F.
A.
Ed**   iJre.'ord	
Taylor    	
Hatt and T. A. D.  ROM
Sanderson 	
Pi a: -on  	
D. Rou 	
on 	
F.  i*. terson	
	
-   Fnnk   	
Cbaa 	
\ -.   	
h. M Kinnon	
.1.  U.   Hart  	
1 eias, L. Copp 	
Sim   ai I  McDonald  	
E. L. Hart  Block
S. M. Gillespie  n , ck
J.  Carolan   »..B1<
1). L. Doyle  Bl.
Li *
.
1, Lot   •
.. Li *
2. Lol   22
2. Li *
1, Li I
3, Li ' ■
k ;{. Lo
k  .-., '■ ■
F. B.  Gibb  Blook
E4«.  Ferguson  Blo k
Henry Mai/nn-on  Blod
H   0.  Danfinand   Bloi k
3,
1,0'
Loi
Loi
Lol
P.  McGregor  Block R,  Lots  12 nn(\ Store
E. Hart  an,!  .1. A. Rosi»  .Block 8, Lol  I  	
Si. F. Peterson   Block 8. Lot 10 	
■
1.10
.J17.15 51.00  $
.05.
■
7,50
,W. H. Casey and W.  .1. Murphy  Block 6, Lots 7
A. C. Pike  Block ...  !.  tt  -    ••
A. G. Caldwell  ' Block 8, Lot  10 .........
Geo.  H.iL'oman   t, Ill'" k 7,  Lot   l   ,       	
Mrs.   Emma  Reid  Block 7   Loi  I	
E. J. Cody  Block 7, Lot "     	
Mrs.  V. Bishop Block 7, Lot  8
Hamblv and Erickson  l-.lo.-k 7. Lol    "   ind  i'1	
J.   -I.   Cameron   Block 7,  Lo'    13    r,d   It	
Henry Thiry  Blo.k 7.  Lol    1", nnd  16  	
Jamei BhkMl  Block 7. Lol    19 to 23  '•-	
Prudhomme and Nedeau  Block 7.  Lot' 23 an.l 2-1      4-,n
1.20
1.20
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t
I ,.50
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1,30
.25..
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.85...,
.15... ,
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2.05	
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Lin	
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.SO..
1.35...,
1.35...
.80...,
1.15...
1.10...
85 ...
.30....
.30...,
.60...,
IM....
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1.35....
2.65.,
1.38,
.80..
1.38.,
1.35....
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SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 18, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THIRTEEN
of Lands for Unoaid Taxes
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL
I
A. G. Johnston  Block 8, Lots 11  and  12  1.10
James Ball   Block 8,  Lot  19   25
P. A. Tamble    , Block 8, Lot 22 and Building   11.30
H. Magniifson  Block 8, Lots 23 and 21  ,  1.05
Mrs. A.  B.  Ratelifle  , Block 9,  Lots  1  and  2    6.511
John Hambly  Block 10, Lot 2   ,50
John OUon Blo.k 10,  Lot 5   5.60
Aug. 0. Ostby  , Blo.k 10,  Lot 0   1.60
Chas. Ehlers  ,  Blook 10, Lot  8 and Building  fc  59.20
Wm. Schnell  , Block In.  Lot 9 and Barber Shop   7.60
Fred Kaiser  Blook 10, Lots 10 and U   22.:',o
Wm.  Schnell  IBlock A,  Lois  1-2 mid Building   1S.80
Mrs. Nellie Sims  Block A,  Lot   I 50
Chas.  Ehlers  Block A  Lots 5 ,ind 6   5.50
Alex Austin  Dlock A.  Lol   7    4.20
Mrs. May Jennings  Block A,  Lol   S   ,  15.40
Miss Maggie Clifton Block A, Lot 0 and Mouse   9.20
Samuel  E.   Algren Block A,  Lol   111  3.20
.10  1.00    2.20
  1.00   1.25
3.45   1.00   15.75
.15   l.OO   2.20
2.15   1.00    9.65
  l.OO   1.50
1.95  1.00    7.55
.25.  1.00    2.-5
20.46  l.oo   B0.65
2.30.  1.00   10.90
8.55  1.00   31.85
5.45   1.00    25.25
  1.00    1,60
1.95  l.OO   B.45
1.35  1.00   0.55
5.15   1.00   21.55
'2.15  1.00   , 12.35
.80   1.00    5.00
Plan 746a.
Ant..11 Han—a  Lots  1   and  '.'.
Andrew Garvey  Lot IA 	
Arthur  Duckett  Lot 6 	
.65
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Trout Lake Townsite, Subdivision Lot 190.   G.L, KD.   Plan 530.
F. B. Weil-, et al  Blocks 6 to  12-21  to 25-2-7-28  *
F.  B.  Well-, et al   Block  26,  Lois  I  to 24-27  to   18	
F.  1!   Wells', et al  Blocks 36 and ,T7  ,	
F.  B.  Wells, ot al  Blo.k 88, Lois l  to 24-:il to 46 	
F.  B.  Wells, et al  Block 39, Lots 2 (o 22-25 to 47	
p.  B.  Wells, et al  Blo.k   10. Lots 3 to 12-15  to 22 ,	
F.  1)   Wells, et al  Block   II, Lots 28 to  18 	
F.  B.  Wells, et al Block   12.  Lots  1   to 4- 	
F.  B.  Wells, et al   Block 46. Lots 1  lo 21, 29 to 48	
F.   II.   Wells, et  al   Block 49.   Lots  16 to  1--3-2 and 33 	
K.  B.  Wells, et  al   - Blo.k 50,  Lots 25-26-28  to 30 	
F. B. Wells, et al  Block 51, Lots 2 and 4 	
F.   B.   Well-, et  al   Block 52, Lot   - aiid  Store	
F.  B.  Wells, ,-t al  Block 52,  Lots  15-17   19  to :'.l-33-:l4 	
F. B. Well- ct  ,,l  Block 53, Lots  LS lo 22-25  to 27-29	
*F. B. Well- et al  Blocks .'.I and 55 and (Jnplotted Portion of Lot 190, G.l	
J. W. s. Charles  .Block 30, Lot  1	
H. ti. Worden  Block 39, Lot  IS	
K.  A.   Hillman   Block 40, Lot- .*iti-37 and House	
J. H. Currie Est   Block 40, Lots 38-39 and House	
Mis. M. N. Kennedy. Block  10, Lots 42 and 43 ...
0.  Sandberg  Block Id, Lois   II and 45	
James   Saell  Est Block 40, Lot 16	
John Genelle Est  Blo.k 41, Lois I  to 5   	
Mrs.  U,  Kelley  Block 41,  Lots 23 and 21	
C.  H,  St ill well  Blook  11, Lots 25 to 27	
J. Hicks  Block  111, Lot 23	
Robert Howson  Block 46 Lot 21	
Dennis  McCarthy  Block 4(1, Lot 25 	
R. Hendrickson  ! Block 46, Lois 20-4-2*7, an.l House  „	
Syv.et  nis,,!, Block 47, Lois 3-1 and House  	
A. V. Armstrong  Blo.k 47, Lot 5  ,	
j. M. Doyle  Block  17, Lot 6    	
A. J. MacDonell  Block 47, Lot 7  <.	
W.  I*,,wan   Blo.k   47,   Lol   -   ,	
A. M. Craig  Blo.k 47, Lots 9 to II. House, 12 toll, «n I House 	
John  Parisian Block   17,  Lot-  15-IO-JI7  an.l  Hon— 	
Murray ami Johnson  Block  17. Lot 25 	
Evan Cameron  Blo.k  17, Lot 20     	
I).  Cowan   Blo.k   17,   Lots  2-  to 3(1  anl    House  	
G. K..,t li.-el and  l>.  Shephaid  Blo.k 47. Lot 31  and House  ,	
Q. Foi.lr.-d  ,  Blo.k 47, Lot 82 	
A.  Van    Block   17. Lot :'■■> and House 	
L. K.-.rl   Blo.k  47.   Lot  :'.4  	
Robt. So,.ii   Block 47, Lot *!7 and House 	
H. E,  Roger Blo.k 17, Lois 3S-39 and House	
A. G. Fraser  Block 17, Lois 16 to 48 and Honse 	
B. L.  Kinnian Bio k   IS,  Lotl   I   .ml 2  	
R. S.  Wilson  Block   (8, Lot  4  	
John Hector  Block  I-. Lot- 5 and fi   	
Benni- M Carthy  Block  18, Lot- 10 and 11  	
Higginson and Smith  Block 4v  I.oi-  12 to  It and House 	
A. M. Craig  Block  18, Loti 15 t.   I" and Stable «  	
Edward  Baillie  Block   18,  Lots  I- and   19 	
A. O. Fraser  Bio i-  18, Lots 26 and 2<;  	
J. Ferguson  Block  18, i. and  House      	
F. C. Elliot   Block   I-. Lot  36 and Hon-   	
Louis Levesque  Bio k   18, Lots   '.T-.'.'t- an.l House   	
Stephen Wood*  Block   18   Lol    188-39 and Hou-	
Jam.- Hum    Bl  IS, Lot  41 mid House 	
Thos. Blackwood  Block  18, Lot   15   	
E.  L.  Kinm.-ui  Block   l't, Lots 21   to 21  ami  H.  . 	
Hon.  Thos,  Taylor  Block  10, Lot  28 and House	
J. McLennan  Block  40,  Lol  2:1 	
McLennan and Maiis.m   Block   10,  Lot :*n     ...  	
John Carlson  Blo.k   19, Lot 81  	
Mrs. (in   Lund  Block ."hi,  Lot   28 and 21  	
W. M. Brown  Block 50,  Lot  27 	
J. Flood  Block 51,  Lot 3   	
James   Hunt    iBIock 51,  Lol  "     r.i Bla.k-mUh Shop	
N. 0,  Erickson  Block   51,  Lot  9	
Alex Bigger      Bl<   -   Sl, Lol   10	
Neil  Swinlon  Block 51, Lol   11  	
A.  M.  Craig   Block 51,  l.ot-12-13 and House 	
.1.  c   Murray  Block  51,  Lot-   28-23 nn.l  Store 	
Frank  Abey   Block  61,   I.        -'(    ind   85  end Building    	
Alex M.-Lcan  Block  61,  Lot  26	
Mrs.  A.  Howler  Block  51,  Lot   27	
H. Ii. Hume    Blocl   51,  l.-i  2-	
E.   It.   Vipond   Blod    '-2.   Lot 8 	
Swan  Carlson     Block 52,  Lot 1  	
A. <;. Frasei  Blocl   v. Lot 6-7 at 	
<l. Obuseman  Block  ''-'• '•>" ''   ,n ■  Shop	
Ralph Hlgglnnon  Block 82, Lot ll  and Building	
M. Beaton and IS, it   Vlpond    Block 52, Lot II   -nei Building	
John Slnnber  ,   Block  58,  Lot   Is  and  H    I ■	
John   Haner    Blocl   52,   Lol id   H      - 	
H. MePbenon Pari  Lol   190, 0,  1	
J).  L Clink   lets I  to 31, and tbrtC liou-es, Plan No   W0 B	
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,.., 1.00	 PAGE FOURTEEN
THt   V7AIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  18,  1013.
Sals of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OP PERSON  ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OP PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAIi
Trout Lake City, First Addition Townsite. Subdivision part Lot 762.   G. I. Plan 530a
W    Abi.ibamson   Block
Mr.-.   M,   *.  Joknstone  Hlock
J. Sweeney  Block
Lots 7 to 14   	
Lots 3-1- and House 	
Lots 5 to 7 and House
Syvert Olson  Block 3, Lots 10 to 13
Harry   L.  Godsoe   Block 3,
Mr-. .1. Pullman  Blo.k 3,
It. H    Iricl -..ii  Block .*'.,
v   ,\   Bowman   Block 4,
iii.-    Bergb   Blo.k 4,
N-I- II..elm-'  Block I.
Hu.*h  McPherson   Hb.ck I.
Ai-x   Bigger   Block 4,
E. Hillman    Blo.k 4,
A.  Vars  Block 6,
A. G.  Fr.-i-er  Block 6.
ih.-. Johnson  Block 6,
(i.  J.  Nelson  Hlock fi,
F. B, Baker  Block 7,
H. J. McDonald  Block 7,
.1. C. Murray  Block 8,
N,   B.   Smith   Block 8,
W.   M.  Brown   Block S,
Lots 22-23 one third, 24 and Hou-e ..
Lots w. one-third of 34-25 mi I Hous.-
Lol- 2(5 ami 27 	
Lois   1-2 anil  House  	
Lot<  11-12  .uul Hon-e  	
Lots  13  anil  11  	
Lois  15 io i'j ami House 	
Lois 2<i and  llou-e.	
Lot  21   	
Lot< 1  lo 3 House, 22  to 21	
Lois (j io 12 	
Lot  2H  ,
Lot 21	
Lois  1   lo   I   and  House  	
Lots 11-12 and Hou-'e 	
Lot   I    ,	
Lois 7.*- a't'l House 	
Lot*  15  and Hi 	
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2.45  1.00   11.05
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.86  1.00   10.40
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THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIFTBM*
—-=31
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OP PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
COST AND
SCHOOL TAX INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL.
V>
I
Beaton mul Vezina   imLoI  ~S!)2
Arrow Lako Orchards Limited  Lot 7970
Arrow Lake Orchard's Limited  Lot 7!N)
Arrow Luke Orchards Limited  Lot  7038
..G.  I, X. D	
..(}. I, K.D., 93 acres ..
,.,G. 1, K.D.,  640 acnes
..fi. 1, K.D., 040 acres
Arrow Lako Orchards Limited  Lot 8<>:ll  1.0.
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot S038  G.
Arrow Lak*' Orchards Limited  Lot 80.11   G.
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot  SOUS  G.
Arrow Laki' Orchards Limited  Lot  ^049  G,
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot 8030   I. 1. K.D., 320 acres .
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot 8177  0. 1., K.D., 640 aores
1, K.D.,  010 acres
1, K.D., (126 acres .
1, K.D., 180 acres
1, K.D., 286 acres .
1, K.D., 557 acres ,
Arrow Lako Orchards Limited  Lot
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot
Arrow Lako Ordinrds Limited  Lol
■\iiow Lako Orchards Limited  Lol
Arrow Lake Orchards Liniit.nl  Lot
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited
Arrow Lak.- Orchards Limited
Arrow Lako Orchards Limited
Arrow Lake' Or.hanls Limited
Arrow Lako Orchards Limited
Harry  WngBtt  	
Thos. Oraham 	
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.Lot
.Lol
.Lot
.Bloi
.Bio,
-178  	
8143 	
S402 	
8501  	
-502 	
S603 	
8501 	
850.1 	
S500 	
SOU   	
I. 7 ol Lot 8035
k S of Lot   SO'il
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K.D. '
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.I)..
K.Df
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.D.,
K. 1)
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.D.
K.D.,
K.D.,
70 acres
460 acn
130,25
54.H0
324.00
232.00
386.00
324.00
102. OH
(ile.M)
224.00
I32.0H
221.011
29.00
151'e.no
...,$ 74.10
355 acres  l-J-.nii
320 acres'
SM acres
240 acres
..4ii acres
2S3 acre<
320 acres
27U acres
Geo.  Scott    Blo.'k li of 802'.  ...
J. Bombarding and J. Merslate  Blocks I io  I of Lot 8020   ;. I
P.  Hamnmlman  Block 5 of Lol 8020  ii. 1
B.  Hammalman  Block 0 of Lot N026 G. I
K.  Amiable Cq Blocks  7-0 to   11-1:1-14-10  Lot   sn20 G.l. K.D.
.1. Miller  Block  12 of Lot  8026  G. 1.  K.D.
John Roberts  Block 5 of Lot -029  g. 1,  K.D.
W.   V.  Marshall    Blocks I.S ami 21   of Lot  -029, fi. I. K.D.
J.  E. Annable  Lot  S()3f2  G. I.  K.D.
Joseph Grafton  Blocks I io I, 7 to Hi of Lot 8iM*_>, Pl„n 020, G.
E. C.  Arthur  ',,.i 8039.
E.   C.  Arthur   Lot   Sni7
E.  t". Arthur  Lot 804S
Ki.-d  K'ensley  Part   Lol
J.  H.  Duckworth   Block 2 <,
McDougald  Lol  8130 ....
McDougal-d  Lot 8156 ....
Fraser  Lot  «163 ....
Currier ..t al  Part  I.ol  -1
Realty Company  Lot  8-108
129,  Plan
Lm  SI29  .
1032
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7.5   aeres    	
10  acres  	
:!9 acres 	
9.7'.r> aeres 	
0.76   acres	
121.7.". acres	
19.34 acres 	
20  a.-res 	
20.5 acres 	
106 a.res       24.50
1, K.D., 1.26.35 acres      -J9.7.-.
160 acres  •.     15.mi
4-0 acres  $ 90.00
   120.00
      5.0"
122.40
35.20
-0.no
17.60
I U.iiO
188.00
164.00
3.00
2.00
7.50
7.20
3.60
3.60
:t2.05
12.00
14.00
3.25
Robert  Sanderson  Lot   S40I  G. 1
Grant .inl Simmers  . Lots 8405-8406-8107 G.l
V.  ,J.  Hallow   Lot   9323   G. I
Henry Bronby  Block 1 of W.J of Section 18. Towp. 70
Alex Barnet  Blo.ks 2 io 4, 6.7.9 and 10. W.J Sec s
Company
Rev.   W.   C,   fabler   ..,
'' .lumbia  Fruit   Land
W   A.  Calder 	
Calder   3.W.   j  Se. tion 2*2, Twp. 00,  K.D.,
Calder  v E. } Section 22, Twp. ct. K.D
 Pari N.E. i
 :•*..  |   S.H. >
 s.w.; ol E.l
K.D
K.D
K.D..  610 acn
K.D.. '.15 acres
K.D.. 25.1.') acres  4.O0
K.D., 135.94 acres  ...  21.75
K.D., 301 acres  .'*  ItS.on
K.P., 111  acres   2.-..00
K.D.. 12H acres   36.00
K.D..  .120.9  a'tes    24.0"
K.D.,   100 acres  , i -.no
K.D.,  163 acres   ,.,  12.25
.  K.D.,   100  io iv-      20.50
Plan 890, K.D., 2-5.03 aeres  *? 5.00
Twp. 70.  K.D., 245 acres   92.40
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anel  Port   S.E.   I Sec. 28, Twp.  23,  K.D..  30 acres	
Section 22, Twp. 2:1, K.D., SO acres  ....f  40.00
, S.B.  i  e.f Wii  Sonion  12.  Twp.  60,   K.D..   100  acre*    50.00
160 acres  79.00
161 a.res  42.00
Calder  S. E. } Section 22, Twp. 60,  K.D.. 160 acres   15.00
Calder  N.W.   J Section 22. Twp. 09. K.D., 16> acres   15.00
Calder  W.   1  Scrim,, 14. Twp. 00.  K.D.. 320 acres  f.0.00
Calder  W.   \ N.W. i  and R   W. .J.  Section 23 Twp   09. K.D., 240 acres   20.00
Caldeer  V.E.  i See lion  I", Twp. 09. K.D., 10 1 acres  46.00
  15.00
  9.00
W.  A
Al  Caponero   X. Pan S.W. J Section 14, Twp. 2:',, Ik.D.. 90.2 aeres
.1..-. Dolan Est	
Edgewood Orchards Limited
F.i.
Fir.'
F.i.-
Fire
Part  Section 29. Twp. 2:'.. K.D. 94 acres	
Lots 7. 9 to 11,13,  10.17,  IO. 21. 22. 25, 28. t.. 39, 41, 12.00 to 146. 149 to
•Jill. 203,205, to 20ii, *269 to 334, 34,*1, to'iSO. 382 to 391,   393 to   121 of Subdivi
-i..n  See's. 3 to 5.   13, 11  10, 20. 21, 23,21,26 to 29,32 to   35,  Plan 96<i,  .'291
a.res  lOtO.OO
'.v.;   N.W.  } Section 13, S.E.   1 Section 23. Twp. 09,  K.D.. 240 acres      18.on
I,   ;. nnd E.J of W.  J Section 3, Twp. (19, K.D.. 4-0.117 acres     96.0n
ucres    112.00
    32.00
ff. R. Calder 	
Fire Valley Orchards Limited  ,
Valley Orchards Limit,",!   W.   |  Section  10. Twp.  69,  K.D., 320 .„,,..  	
Valley Orchards Limited   "3.  ' of E. J Section 0. Twp. 09, K.D. 160 acres
Valley Orchards Limited   '■'. 1
Valley Or, hai.I-  Limited  S.E.
of S.W.  } Section II, Twp. 69   <tf\ acres      28.00
J  Section  in, Twp. 69,   K.D..  101 m-res       32.00
Five Valley Orchards
Fno Valloy Orchards
Fiv Valley Orchards
Fire Valley Orchards
Fire Valley Orchards
F:ie'  Valloy Orchards
Grant  and  Simmers  	
Henry  F.  Hay 	
• I i-.   W.   Haner 	
C. B. Hume and B. A. Lawson
L. M. Hagar 	
Limited  S.W. ■;  Section I".. Twp. 69, K.D., 160 acres   32.00
Limited  E.   S   S.E.  ;   Section  10. Twp.  09. K. D.. 80 aores  16.0H
Limited  A*i   N.E.i   E.J N.W.} and N.W.J oi N.W.I,  So, -2, Twp. 09. K.D., 200 acres......  40.00
Limit.-d  W.J  N.W.J and N.W.J of S.W.i .Se. .3.NK.J of N.E.-J.Sw. I.Twp.69,K.D.lf>0   ac  32.00
Limited  W.J  N.B.i.See. 26,W.J,S.B.J, Bee. 35,Twp, 71. K.D.. 167 acres   83.JO
Limited  S.W.J of N.W.} and W.J  S.W.}. Se,. 7. Twp. 70. K.D..  120.2 aces  66.<<o
 E.  J N.W.j and N.W. } of N.B.J, Bection 7, Twp.  70. K.D.,  110." acres 8 22.00
lores
Twp. 23,  K.D.. 20 acres
.S.J  N.E.}, Section 23, Twp. 23, K.D. SO
.S.E.  j, Section 85, Twp. 23,  K.D., 160 acre
.S.E.  ;. Section 2:t, Twp. 23,  K.D., 16o acre
.Part  N.E.} of N.E.  J, S.e tion  14 and house
Fred Hiskett    Lot  23, Twps. 68 and 60,  K.D.,  11.9   acres   .
L. M. Hamlin  Lot   14-, Twps. 08 and  69,  K.D.. 6.2 acres  	
W.  How&rth and W.  Skidmore   Lol  202, Twp-. 0- and 69. K.D.. 14.28 a.res   ,	
Wm. Kirby. Sr K.J  W.J S.W.J  and W.J  E.J  S.W.},   Section  10, Twp.  70,  K.D., 80 acres.....
Mr-.   Mary  Loz/i  Und. one-third of  S.J  N.W.;.   Section  1, Twp.  23,  K.D.. 20.6 acres	
Jo-.  Lonzo   N'.J  S.W.},  Section 20. Twp.  23, K.D. SO aores 	
The.-. Lewis  All that portion lying south of lllecillewaet River in E>f,8eC.26,Twp.23,  K.l
D.. -0 acres	
C. F.  Lindmark   ,  L.S.D. 12, S.-c. 28, Twp. 23,  11- acre-*  W.J L.S.D. of Sec. 32,  2.30 acres mill
-ii.s.   1-2-3-4   L9.36 aeres,  E.J   L.S.D.  1, 32,  10.03 acres, Part S.W.} Sec, 33,
:I7 a.re-, Pt. L.S.D.  I and 5, Section 33. 3 acres, K.D., Totnlacreage 186.69 8 59.OO
Robt. A. Mathie  I.m — .Twp-. 6- and 69, K.D., 9.11 acres       2.75
Mrs,   C.  Radcliffe  L.S.D 0 oi Section 16, Twp. 25. Albert  Canyon,  K.D., 40 acres       5.00
G. B. McMillan  K.J  S.B.J, Bec.l, Twp. 69, E |   N.B.J, Sr.-tion 36, Twp. 71, K.D., ion acres     55.00
F.  McCarty  s*.), N.W.}, Section 23. Twp. 23, K.D.  -0 acres        16.50
27.50
42.50
30.HH
7.50
•'..IHI
1.50
3.50
25.60
5.0H
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32.0H
28, Twp.23, K.D., 56 ac
Thos. McMahon Est S.W.l't.   S.W.J   Soo.:1,:;  and  N.W.P  N.W.  }, S
han   McPherson    Lol   12 of Twops. 0- an.l 69,  K.D., 10 acres 	
McCutcheon Bros Lots 73 to 76, Twps. 68 & 09, Plan 900, K.D.,  10 acres
Wm. C,  Ru-'sel  L01   16, Twps. 68 and 69. K.D..  10 aores 	
ill.   I).   Rainville    Lot  201,  Twps.   68  and   68,   K.D..   10.07  aores   	
Gabriel Sirianni  ; N.W.}, See. 24, Twp. 28, K.D., 160 acres      16.00
John SkoL'Sirom   N W.J   10 L.S.D. 15, Sec. 9, Twp. 25, K.D..  161 acris      10.00
W. E.  Smith   Part N.W.}. Section 25, Twp.  23, K.D., 0 acres       4.00
Chas.  Turnross  Est N.J  N.E.J. Bection  33, Two. 23.  Greely Creek, K.D., -0 aeres
W. J. Twi-s  Lot  20, Twps. 68 469. K.D.. 7.8 acres	
Fred W. Thompson  , Lot  190. Twp-. 0- an.l 69,  K.D.. 6.4 acres 	
Wm.  Williams  Blks. 1  to *-ll  to 21 of W.J,  Sec 24. Twp. 71.S.L.2 of Lot  7159, Plan  1049,
Blocks 8a,  9,10 4   13a oi  Lot   10583.G. 1, K.D., 368.9 acres     .'SO.OO
Thos.  E.  Wilson   Lot  117. Tv.p-f 68 and 00, K.P.,  H.I   acres   .
U.K.  Wallisl N. Ward and H. Wallis... Part S.J S.E.}, Section   13. Twp. 20,   K.D.,  40 a.res .
.laiii.'s  Cleland    Bubd.  Bee.  1.  Villa Lot- 25-20 and h.itise,   K.D	
R. R. Co/ieland  Lot  4, Block 0; Lol  4. Block 1" Lot 6. Block C, K.D
Jos.  Oitelli Lol-   1-:! and lions.'.   Block .*!,   K.D ,	
F. W. Cameron  Villa Lol 0. Section 27. K.D	
Mrs. R, N. Doyle  Villa Lot 36, K.D	
Raflael Ditomassl  Lot 10, Block 1;. K.D  1.75
Swing apd'McGuiro  Lot  7. Blook 9, K.D  2.on
lv   C    Ki..mey    Villa   Lot   1*2,   0      18.00
K.  0,  Fi.uney  ,...LotS  1  and 2. Blo.k 6), K.D     11.sn
O, Falsetto  Lol 8, Bb'ek B„ 0 *,i      8.70
I.  V. Fordo  Lot    'i,  in an I  11, W.j of 12 anel bous
M. Fuoco   /     I.ol   I  and bouse,  HI" k  7, ('
Clarence <;.", h  Villa Lot 23   K.D r.i'	
Mf,  (Ji nii'i    le.I  2,  Block 3,  l.e.t.  U uld   12. Block	
bl.'iia (lodi   len 2.  Block 3.  Lol    11  and  IS, Block  le,  K.D
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Block 00,  K D
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2.00   212.20
2.00       61.65
2.00  362.15
2.00   254.40
2.00    372.20
2.00  360.20
2.00    117.90
2.00     73.70
2.00     243.80
2.00   144.45
2.00    245.75
2.00      34.05
2.00   170.55
•2.00    141.0ft
, '2.H0   138.50
2.mi        39.95
2.00     88.65
2.H0     20.95
2.0H   1110.65
. 2.00    212.70
. 2.no     176.00
2.nn         5.10
. 2.00      4.10
2.00       10.10
. 2.00     3J.35
. 2.00       6.S5
. 2.00'       9.20
2.00    42.39
. 2.00      32.15
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.    17.20
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62.75
. 42.10
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10.35
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31.70
78.45
57.55
91.75
48.20
17.70
17.70
66.50
2.00   22.90
2.00  ,   53.05
2.00   17.70
2.00   19.90
20.65
53.0',
10.70
46.80	
3.26	
4.80	
7.90	
1.45	
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1.45	
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7.50.......
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35.45
31.75
36.45
35.45
18.70
43.80
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2.00     92.70
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  30.60
  78.68
  80.40
  9.85
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THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  18,  1013.
Sale of Lands for
NAME OF  PERSON  ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL
A,   A.  G,   Hansen    Villa Lot land Lot 1, Block 8, K,D  6.50
Chas. l-'beiha  Lot 4, Block 10, K.D  8.70
tha-..   Johelka   Lot 4. Bloek 2, K.D  S.60
(.'. F. Lindmark  Lets 1 and 2, Block 4, C  rt-50
Pasquel Minotti Lot 7. Block 2, K.D  :'-50
Dom. Micieli Lot   10, Block 4 and Lots 4 and 5, Block 3. K.D    3.25
J    ,). Porter  Villa Lot. 39, E.j Lots 12 and 13, Block 60, K.D  34.70
Dom. Sirianna  Lot 2, Bloc*  7,Section 27, Twp. 23, C  2.50
F. Starchuc  Lot  8. Block 9,  K.D •  S-25.,
Mrs, R.  A.  Upper  N.J Lot 20 and bouse. K.D  6.00
.),,-.  Clark   Part  S.E.},  Section 27, Twr>- 23, C  ..  12.00
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Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, this 15th day of October, 1913.
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The Gurney-Oxford
Attracts Madam To The Kitchen
THE GURNEY-OXFORD has a large following of fashionable cooks who dip into the cuiinary
art simply for the pleasure they derive from
trying dainty recipes previously not attempted.
They are all most enthusiastic supporters ofthe
Gurney-Oxford because it contains many exclusive devices that make a perfect cooking et
Its oven is even/,-  heated in  every corner :   jre deiiciously
dainty cakes, goiJ:.-  brown biscuits, a ky pastry.   A
special Divided Flue carries the heat to ..ole cn the range.
Thetopisperfectlysmoothandclean,re i ch lead polish.
But most important is the Economizer     [1 . mall lever that
moves around a series of six notches r::.r.g the  exact degree of
heat required for  any particular  c The heat of the range
can be shut off and the kitchen  kept  cool between  meals by
turning the lever to a certain numb<
The fire is held at a . jw ebo
on a special Reversible Grate
until a baking oven isrequired.
Then the neces
be obtained qui. ..ply
turning the Economize!
to anothernotch.
Such control as -...
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 CATALOCL E "STOVESAND RANQES"
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REVELSTOKE   HARDWARE
COMPANY,   LTD.

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