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"lievelstoke, the Capital of Canada's Alps."
The Mail-Herald
Vol. 19   No 89
REVELSTOKE. B. C. NOV EM MR 8, J918
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g ong the prosperous citizens of 8
g Canada's     Premier     Province. ■
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REVELSTOKE CITY
AND DISTRICT
Resources of Our Inland Empire. -Revelstoke Geographical Centre of Southern British Columbia. Hub of
Timber Belt. Mineral Zone.—Agricultural Lands.—
Vast Water Powers.--Government Lands Now Open
Provide Homesteads tor 30,000 Prosperous Agriculturists.   Scenic Attractions,   industrial Possibilities.
distributed    to  the tunnel    gangs and   transportation situation of North Am
where the wage bill of approximately  erica,
$12,800,000 will be disbursed anil oirou        INDUSTRIAL  POSSIBILITIES
lated
COLUMBIA   RIVER  NAVIGATION.
While   Revelstoke   I bus   occupies     an
exceptionally    strong    position as    a
In addition to these vast schemes of   tratlic     emporium, its outlook is still
BOARD OF TRADE
PUBLICITY POLICY
railway  development,    another projeVl brighter from  an industrial  and mau-,
of International importance has recent- ufacturing point  of  view.   Thero    are —^—.—^——
ly been commenced, being nothing less 1,80b miles of timber on the Columbia '
lihan the rendering suitable for na-rtga- river and its tributaries north of the Preparation   and    Circulation    Of    a    PamDhlet
lion of the     world's Seventh   largest city.   The expenditure involved in the j-m'"='*•
river for the entire distance from Rov- conversion of this timber into a mar-1
elstoke to the Pacific ocean at Portland ket able product  will not full fur short
Oregon.    Tbe   U.S.  government      have of .$.'75,00(1,000. I
already S|ient $5,000,000 in work oil the       Water power is plentiful in the vicin- '
lower    Columbia,    and  the  Dominion ity,  the  city   having    harnessed      one
Treasury,  at   the last  Ottawa session, Btream  lo    a capacity of 1,800    horse
voted a sum of $2'i,nilii  to pay the e.\- power,  wlij. h   is  offered  for industrial   ''1C Bo"rd
The inhabitants of British Columbia
are often accused by those Ignorant of
the vast resources of Canada's pre mler
province, of being biased In their forecasts of the tuture wealth and population nf the province, anil especially In
regaixl to tbat section known as THK
INTERIOR.
There an- even people in the Coast
cities, wbo, whilst only too willing to
admit the destiny of their own centers, air -till incapable of doing even
bare justice to thut great Inland Empire, which in tlie- last analysis is the
only justification for tho existence of
the entrepot business which alone supports tb.' rainswept seaports of the
Pacific Ceeast  of Canada.
The dweller alonj; the ocean shore,
whilst boasting of Lis prosperity,
which depen is upon tbc handling ol
traffic destined to be consumed in the
lnte cor, i- foolish indeed to attempt
any other explanation of his own prosperity, save and alone that the vat
development .if the io-idc of the continent i- tb.' very creation of tbe sea
ami railwa) born transferring of commodities by virtue oi which his own
i ittes are being built.
minim;
On,' of tic- greatest direct causes of
traffii along om railways running to
tlf Pacifii Ceeast, i- the recent developments ii; tb' produ Hon oi minerals
throughout the' Interior ot British
Columbia.
Foremost among these rank the coal
silver lead, galena, copper and other
ini'i'- of the district of Kooteuay and
th- ':m Nest I'n-- whilst the Sim-
ilkaraeen ind adjacent territory presently I ! up by new railway
, i- also commencing to
swell the output of hase and precious
Under tho stimulating in-
e.i this mineral output, prosperous mining towns anel camps, peo-
pled with th.' mosl capable ami highest i ei body ,,; skilled miners to be
In the Dominion> have sprung
i within the last ten
year The.-*c centers, arc only the
forerunners of the greal wealthy cities which -o soon as suffiuient capital
i- available will aii-'as if by magic,
at the tratep tical points* which will
he the transportation centers of the
vast, well-defined, high grail.-, mineral-
is,',I regions which are now being locate'1 by prospe tors and government
geologi i pys, throughout the lode
belt eej the Interior of Britisb Colutn-
bi ,.
FRUIT GROWING
Anothei "t our infant, but destined
ti, in' gigantic Industries, is the
Fr i.t Qrowing business, throughout
tiie- sheltered fertile valleys of our
Interior. The vast numbers oi people
whose prairie crop- uf Golden Grain
wave over countless hundreds of miles
of land whereon it is impossible to
glow fruit, possess both tin* appetite
and the ni".in where wub lo saiify
same;  and  in the near future tie- fruit
eating dosire ofa population of twenty  million-  of  prosperous citizens    ot
the' greal   Northwest, will have to be
satisfied  by  tu • products ,,(   n.c,    Intel uu   fruil  ranches and on hards.
AGRICULTURE.
Hut  fruil  growing  is anly one of  the'
varied  method*    of    wresting    wealth
from B.C.  valley soils.   As  tbe opera
tions of tlie lumbermen take oil     one
valuable crop    of    produce,    ihey    are
succeeded by  the mixed farmer.     who
tear-   oul   the  stumps   of  tbe      forest-
growths, and re     plants ibe- products
p a in b 0909 iin im nn im in
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GET IT AT
a
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" THK SUGAR BOWL "'
a
a
a
a
(if course you  know  we   ei
n
a
ve delicious     afternoon    tea,
a
a
hot chocolate .'11111 all kinds of
a
a
hoi drinks,   .lust  received,   a
a
i
fresh shipment    of Oadbury's
a
a
chocolates,     The   liest   $1   box
a
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in  the city.
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GHT  IT  AT
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"THE   SUGAR   BOWL"
a
aaPiaaaaannanaapJN
of thc market garden and mixed farm
The same insatiable market which
gapes open for the products oi the
orchard, is waiting to swallow up the
produce of the celery anl lomatoe
field, the potato row, ami the cabbage patch. In the same manner as
the preseut day smiling fields and pastures of Old Ontario were hewn out of
the wilderness of hut three short generation- agone, bo shall the fertile valleys an.l hillsides of British Columbiu
blo-som as ihe rose under the efforts
of a race of pioneers and agriculturists, before wbo.se labor.-, backed by
resources of si lence and money, unavailable to their forefathers of the Empire Loyalists, the terrors of the western wibls are '".en now and before
our eyes, bein,; replaced by the bonn-
ti'.ius peace and plenty of a highly cultivated  land.
TIMBER
lu spite of every advantage of soil
uid climate which will bring the ag
nculiurisU in his tens of thousands in
to our fertile valleys, there will always remain throughout the Interior
of Britisb Oolumbia, large areas ot
timbered land, and which, under the
careful systems of reforestration, and
protection now being Introduced by
the government, will stand for nil
timo to come, among the greatest
timber producing areas in  the clvilis-
eel World. There i.s scarcely a prominent business man of Revelstoke, or
any other Interior toevn, who has not
in the past nia.le large sums of money
.md aided the development of the country, by helping in some manner to
get this timber out to the wailing
markets, and in tlie future as in the
pa.-t, ten millions of dollar- will
lie gained by the wide-awake lumber -
men. workers ami dealers of these dis
tricts, through the legitimate exploitation of the timber wealth of our
great province.
CITY OF REVELSTOKE.
Go where you will, you will tind no
better located poiut ior the site of a
city than Kevelstoke. Ii is as nearly
as possible in the centre of that great
section of British Columbia extending
lor a length of M0 miles between the
Clow's Nest and B.C. Southern railway systems io the south and the
routes of the Grand Trunk Pacific
aud Canadian Northern railways to
the  north.
Prettily situated on th" Columbia
river where it is crossed by the main
line of the Canadian i'acilic railway,
it is also the junction with the main
line of the Arrowhead and Kooteuay
Railway, which connects with the palatial steamers of the O.P.R. on the
Arrow Lakes, and with thc B.C. Southern, Columbia and Western. Crow's
Nest Pass an I Great Noi thern Railway systems to the south.
As th" construction of the Grand
Trunk Pacific and Canadian Northern
railways to the' north proceeds, anl
these yste'tns become cxtend<-d int.'
iie Oano* River valley and iln- territory tributary to the Big Bend ol tbi
Columbia, they must s^.ek ennnc-tious
with the south, und Revelstoke will !>.•
the point ..I junctions of the railway
system* of tin- future with those of
today as they travels,, the great \ alley- whieh radiate east and west,
north and south from this .-ity ns
their common centre.
RAILWAY  DEVELOPMENT
As pr..of of the gigantic plan- for
railway development centering on Revelstoke as a great strategetioal transportation centre, the Canadian Pacitic
-ystem. Canada'- premier transcontinental route, have Voted the sum of
110,000,000 tobe ex-iended during the
year 1913 to IHI-in double tracking
iheii mainline from Calgary to Revel-
-toke ami Vancouver, thi- gigantic
work Involving the building of a tunnel under the mighty Selkirks, the
rebuilding of th.- big steel bridge ac.
ne- the Columbia at Revelstoke, anl
the laying of an additional let of steel
through the entire mountain -eetion.
During the progress of thi- weirk, for
five yars now commenced, Revelstoke
will be the centre   and pay   station,
wh.iic.    mo-t   of   the   supplies     will be
and .Mr. Macdonald, se,-
peiises of ;l survey and hydrographioal   purposes at  low rates. ' Hall on Thursday night,    when  there
investigation, which is now actually at       In  the  valleys  tributary  to     Revel-  also  present   Aid    Horobin   Aid   FH
work  making a complete chart of  the   stoke are about a quarter of „ million  Bou„„,      Mr_  Qibsto     m' person,
acres of land oi good quality, and
which, when cleared of timber, and
cultivated, is well adapted for fruitgrowing, poultry farming, dairying,
stock raising, and general agriculture.
This hind is capable of supporting   a
Mr. Walla'
retary.
Arising out of the minutes, Mr. Wallace brought up the question of the
desireability of obtaining representa -
live ami suitable samples of ore from
,      .    ' Ihis district for display at  Vancouver,
mineral    tie-
When everything else     was  booming.
upper river from Revelstoke to the International Line. It Is proposed to
provide a ten foot channel from Revelstoke down the mighty artery of the
Columbia  along which apest
easiest  nml  natural  traffic highway  of 	
the West,  the  timber and minerals    of rural population of 3(1,000 people.
B.C., and the wheat of the Northwest, Extensive  and  varied
eould  be lioni. la.      minimum of cost posits are known to exist in tbe neigh-
and  labor, via Portland  to  the Pacific borhood.  antl  await  development.           I ***£* ",S0 -u" ,ally  dW'  :*n<* 1f tliey       ,           ,
ocean.   This ro„te has already reoeiv- Cradled amid     beautiful scenes     of c°m let people outside see specimens   erclone almost  now.
ed the unanimous backing of lhe Pro- mountain   and   glacier,   forest-clad bill
ducers and  Merchants  of    Alberta,  as and vale,  river,   stream  and  lake-, fav-
voiced in their resolution at the rei cut ored with an  equable climate,    Revel-
"Patiama Grain Route" convention  in stoke is one  of   the most  picturesque-
the City of  Calgary  wlnn   the  Colum- ly located  of  Canadian  cities  anl    an
bia  River  Grain  Route  was    officially	
recognised as e, coming factor    in the 'Continued on Page Blight.)
Favored.—Committee Appointed to Go Into
Question. The "Saving Daylight" Movement Supported.-The New Post Office.
Mr. Hume presided at a meeting    oi   the advertising part oi the work waa
f Trad" held iu the     City   turn'"" overto th- Progress Club.
Mr. Gibson—Th *.   have*  t any mon-
■ y  •-.-ner.
Mr. Patterson — Could not some
scheme be arrived at which would pay
for it-eli by il,e advertisements, the
booklet   might  carry,
Aid. Horobin—Tic best way is by a
levy upon the rates.
Mr, Patterson said he w.itilii not ask
peop ■■ to pay for su li ,. - heme unless
it was  going   tei  hnn-_   them  business.
Mr,   P.eiirn,—This  advertising
o\-
jiL
LAR MEETING
McKenzie Avenue Crossing Medical Officer's
Report Auditor's Special Report; Details
Discussed. -The Position Explained.- Hospital Water and Light Charges.—Insurance
Question.
Mayor Kilpatrick presided at a meet-   vec hospital  complained  that it
Ing of  the city council held on Friday   made th
night in the city hall, when there were
of ores from  this district it  would be Mr.  Patterson—There are  so    many
a good  idea.   They needed a good sel- peopli   who spend money foolishly    in
ection of good  sized samples,      which advertising.
should be docketed with particulars of The Chairman  said issuing a   hand-
value-, etc,   lie  thought  specimens ol book would bei
ore might be obtained from Big Bend dertaking.
and    Trout  Lake way.   The specimens A|,j   pi<.,,o'.jin
:. ■■ issuing a
pi i-v expensive un-
already forwarded to Yarn ouver for
exhibition had been taken there, labell
ed, values affixed and displayed by a
practical mining man, but if more
were obtained a better show might o-
mado'and wider attention called to
the resources of the district.
The Secretary said specimens hal
been promise. I. but had not yet been
received. He would endeavor to obtain more  for the pui*|io-"  referredto.
from      the
also present Aide/men Bourne McSorley, Howson, Horobin aud MeKinnon, With the city solicitor Mr. Mc-
(*.ii'ter and the ucting cily clerk, Mr.
W.A. Gordon.
The Seccetary read the following letter which be had     received   irom the
Hon. Thomas Taylor, Minister of Pub
was  ''*  Worll":—"' beg io acknowledge re-
lumping "ground for   mi.es  lCi'"t '"' >''»"* favor of  the 21st  .Sept,
„.,i   :^hH enclosing copy of resolution  pass.,,!  by
ii I 111111 Cl. > t •   i r
The a.ting city clerk was instructed   J"/1"'  board  w.th  reference  to  the sal
to inquire into the matter. .
McKENZlE AVENUE CROSSING    j
A  letter was  read from tho   C.P.R.
regarding   the  crossing iu  thc      above
avenue stutinc; that a decision had not
Hefore    the    ordinary business    was  yet  been      reached regarding  the rail
 ^e^eHrotild rather
mai   rate (or tl"- purpo ■ ■ a
. vei yone would  benefit,
Mr. Walla Everyone -ets the advantage of it.
Aid. Horobin thought that say hall
a mil iii>-^- I !h put un the rale at
soiii" future time for ihe purpose of
advert   .:.. ■■■• a with th" amount
-ee r ilsed. i. yom would b< uefli und
it wa- not fa • Taj    ask the mer-
 .'halel if..]      ISC-"     tilillg-
The Chairman thought it might   be had been done In the pasfl  ior ihepur-
pose of th" general benefit. Fur every
thing that had .   •   oi     been
done locally foi some year- pa-t the
same peo,le . td had to f ut the bill,
which v.a- not fair,
Mr. Patterson asked ii th" booklet
scheme Was  the    best   that    ..nrld    be
got.
A.  .  ii... >bin—There are -o many in
pie and a  booklet    is
the ouiy I - ■ ad.
The Secretary said he had a oil ■„.
to send in r . Btters e.\. ept  .he
old booklet.
The Chairman sai'i    they   were now
just beginning to reap thi   benefit     of
there  anything! fast    advertising in  the shape of   in-
possible to get specimens
Lardeau  district.
SALE OF LOTS.
of lots in subdivisions by itinerant real
estate agi nts, ;ini| to say in reply that
1 will give your recommendation my
best attention.'1
NEW POST OFFICE.
The
Chairman—Is
ommenced, Mr. Sutherland waited up   terminals and continuing "but I again   further regarding the new post  ollice'.' , quiries, aud      they ought  to  lie in
on the council and     mad- representa-   point out that this crossing hus   never
tions  regarding  two subjects affecting   been a public  one,  being utilised   only
The Secretary—Nothing official. position to follow it  up whereas they
The Chairman—I think there is some   could do nothing in  that   way.    It wa
llis property Block 37.   He askt>d that  for the    purpose of giving access    to   thing on  the way with regard  to it,      like telling people they had something
two lots on that block, lot- 1 and 2, station property and the hotel, and I
might be exempted from sewerage tax. cannot consent to its l>eiug established
Th y were not building loi- he said, as u public highway."
and owing to their position it would The Mayor—1 think he is wrongly in-
be an expensive proposition to connect formed. He says it has never been
them with th" sewer, lie thought the public being ui ili--d only for access to
city would be ahead it" they were not private buildings aud the station. 1
so coun.'u.i ani .. uipti'J from the do not think he is very well informed,
tax, and anyway they would never use there are a number of other buildings
the sewer. over there.
The Mayor said there was property	
on each aide of this block which was
lo be sewered au I the city would he at
the expense of pulling down the sewer
just the same. He did not know that
lot-1 could be exempted.
Mr. Sutherland said he would also
like a light positioning so as to serve
ibe at present dark alley in the ame
\i"ini!y. What were the conditions re
garding putting  in lights.'
Th" Mayor—If it is for tho public
good it Is put in by the city.
(Continued Next   Issue.)
TAMMANY HALL
MEETS DEFEAT
Tammany Hall Was snowed under in
lhe city cl", tion, Fusion currying all
before it.    Mr.    John  Purroy  Mitohel
Aid. Horobin—The     new post office  to sell ani ihen when ■ pie Inquired"
scheme at Golden i-: L*oing ahead. they could no; sell them anything.The
Th.* Chairman   aid ! uderstood city com                ::-:   .„.,i tne boat's
that plan- for the Revelstoke new post advertising in  the past and had said
office had been submitted. monej  bad been wasted,  r it  he never
CAMPAIGN    ADVOCATGD. bought Sto     himself.   They could not
„,i      ,                         , expect  tosee the benefit of advertising
The Secretary stated that he     l,a.l at on                                     "        ' lns
received quite a number of inquiries re- \i-   ]■..,,,.  .„      • , .     ,    , ,
e.el-ehn,      ll    ,      1    f„l                     I        1'     ,     "              I '"'"     >a*'*     h"    l'3'1     >»«» "^d
garding  Revelstoke  and  district  trum ,... ..,., „   ,   .    ,  ..
...      ,          .    ,   ,.      , "'V *n   results of th,- advertisinc     of
outside places,  includmg letters    from Medicine  »■.,■:.  ..                   • ,  ™,
,i„,   .,          ..  i               ,.    ,      ,        , ->i uicite   Uai.it   wa-   wonderful. Thero
Ontario,      Colorado.   England,  asking th,.v  h r.. i    ,,„   „i
...                                         . . u" J   n.reel special  men to do the work
about  the town and opportunities for ,n ,  , .. ; ,,.„„,;. „                ,       ,
business     here.   He had also r ived "     ,   ■                           ami industries
the following fetter     from the Revel- Aki. Horol)in  ^ ,  ^
stoke  t.encal     Agencies, Ltd,^ dated ltcity board at  Medicine Ha.
Oct. .list and  ugaed by Mr. Sibbald; >|r.   Gibson-Thes    ■    >
"We  submit   the following    for   your *0,      ,       .,,u
consideration.    We  have  s0  many    in- Mr,  pattw,on_Ye(i
a pub-
ln an ex ept>
Mr.  Sutherland -aiil    -uch   a light    wa- dc-ted mayo7by a* pl'uralty in "ex av l'(J'",,'l*' som" "B"'"* ,la'*'* ani1 P*"
it in printed ior— :- "■- -L—    -«   -
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ on account     of
natural gas and  the  ■ .•     the
,owl     ":'   Vernoi ifl     out
Board of Trade to compile as quickly  £ *       '   rightd0Wn
| quiriea from  the outside asking  foi in
fm inatioii  about  this district  that W'
hav.   deemed it   necessary   to a-k    th
would benelit ratepayers. He hoped cessof Iuo.OOh and Which may reach
the council would consider these mat- 126,000 when all the \otes are count-
tern favorably, ed.   Mr, Bdward U. McCall, his Tarn-
The   Mayor—If it is   foirnd   upon   in -   many      opponent, early  gave up     the
quiry thm a light there is neoessarj in   fight.   Fusion elected William A. Pren-
Ibe publi" interest one will be placed dergast comptroller by nearly 25,000
tbere, We will lake tin-'- matters up pluralty. It carried George McAneny
later. into the presidency of the Board of Al-
Aid. Bourne—Have you a porch light  dermen by nl*>ut ."iO'.OOO.
I     The  election of  these  three  men      iu
addition to the  Fu-ionist-   chosen   bin -
.      , , Tl*    Secretarj - -   ,-    n   undertal in
in m the shops     of   a tocollect reliable data.
booklet io a '" convey to any person
at a l l.eir-e th mii,i mai Ion that
would answer .very question that
would arise, We think that tie" proper
title for this booklet would be'Genei
ul information about  Revelstoke,   and
Mi
P.'ittcrson-Y.ruon  bus   nothing
mon  to offi r thai, wi  bavi.
;    :  ' ' a- much.       ■
I thi   last  advertis-
'■■'-' '"' '   ff board    was
n, . i .                .,  , .        iV   .         ,  very *••'' *"!*! ew" then it was not cor
District „s compil.Kl  by  authority    of  ,,.ct.    \\,      ,    .   ,_
Mr. Sutherland'.'
Mr.  Sutherland—No. ^^^^^^^^^
The Mayor—We will have  to inspect
for      both   purposes,    we  will  let  you
know later.
Mr.   Sutherland  then  withdrew.
CITY  DEBENTUBBS.
The acting eity clerk read letters he
had received regarding city debentures
and was instructed to furnish information asked for on the subject.
HOSPITAL PATIENT.
A letter was read from the Vancouv-
the Board  of Trade."    There should al 0u, a -mall      pampWe] !  '   •' '     S!
,o be a, mall map,of B^C. go with the „.,                . '   ■_ ."'    ™
booklet s0 as to show the relative peo- kind    Tho
,                   , „                                     1,ie Preparation o cuts oecuoi-
graphlcal  p.i-mon of Revelstoke   and  pl
ither     places,    etc.   The  information
ough presidents of Manhattan, Brook-
lyn and  the  Bronx,  gives     Fusion 14   ghould  ,H, of t)l(.  mo>t nUM, nalm>;
(Continued on Page Four)
votes to Tammuny's two in the Bourd
of Estimate,   which controls the city's
purse strings. |
Tammany's  only  salvage from    thc
and not of the  kind      that real estate   S S if■'*.... . . .  i  „  g rg a
people      make   use   of  to  boom   their   «8 ~ "m
townsite-   with.'
The Chnirman thought  some inform
rout consisted of the borough presid •  ntion ihould be furnished about Revel-   «.
stoke,  apart from    thiB letter.      They J
were  .(instantly   receiving   requests   lor  5
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MANNING'S.
Whole-ale Retail
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ii
eneies of Queens and Richmond, minor
officials in      (be-*e boroughs     in a few
scattering    assembly men.   The Tam-  information and hnd nothing to  -em
many ticket in    New     York     County   in reply.
(Manhattan) was beaten. The Fusion-, The secretary -ahl he still had a few' g
er hospital stating that a Revelstoke ists captured the county offices in of the old booklets, which he sent out S
e-hild     wa-  undergoing     treatment iu   Kings County  (Brooklyn|      and      the   in such cases. gl
that  institution  and raising the ques-   Bronx. j    The Chairman-It is oil and out    of fj    delightful,   partaken at
lion of payment. The Board of Aldermen of the treat-   date.   Is there no scheme to get some  g
It was stated that the patents of lh"   er city will bc  controlled  by    Fusion    advertising matter, a pamphlet or some  g MANNING'S w
i lull had recently eone to the coast.      votes by a majority, as yet only   es- ] thing of     thnt kind.   We ns a    Board gj H
The city  solicitor -aul  thr  Vnncoii-   timnted, of 15. have not   any  money forthe  purpose, ' g fj) g g g g If *j*rj g g ip g m m m 5
Our Saturday Specials-
Homemade Cake. Homemade
Doughnut-. Delicious Sandwiches. Delicious Toast, toa-t-
ed by electricity. Any of these g
goodies served with ii iup of g
Tea, Coffee or Co'-oa would lie    g
g PAGH TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1913
F
£ews .Drug *Store
We are now displaying many
New Lines of Novelty Goods.
This week we are opening Full
Stocks of
Christmas Cards and Calendars
Entirely new designs and ideas in cards.
Out of town people are enabled to get an
early choice of the best and cheapest.
New fiction and Qift gooks
Are arriving fast. We have discontinued
our lending library and are putting our
entire library stock (comprising $1.25 and
$1.50 volumes) on sale at 50c each. Most
of these books are in good tondition.
^oys' and Cjirls' £ooks
in large quantities and varieties,   including
Hovs' and Girls' Annuals,   Chums, Chatter
Box, etc.
Child's Cash Register for 5c, 10c and 25c coins.
 i	
Our Drug Department
is well stocked for every emergency. Wc
are well staffed to handle your preparations,
and no long waits.
Quality Comes First at
/Jews' &rug & gook JVore
The 5fexo£C Store
W ^IHHI   I'■ ill I Hi—
WHO HAS
A SELF-FEEDER?
FEED IT WITH
COURSIER'S COKE
rnrr SO Pairs of
iKl English   Kid
Gloves
FREE
In  order to  popularize our
Real Ostrich Feathers.   We
will send absolutely FREE
a pair of well known English Kill Cloves to the first
SU purchasers of our beautiful Real Ostrich Feathers, at
$4 75 or $6.T.S each.
Post Free—Worth Double- Post Free
These dainty Ostrich Plumes
are of extra fine fibres  and
come in black and white in
two si/es.
14 inch Plume $4.75 or 2 for $8.51
Jll inch Plume $0.75 or 2 for $12 75
This offer is only good for a
few days.
Mention color of   plume  required and size of gloves.
We   have a  few   Ospreys—Samples at
$5.50, $6.50 and $8.50,
Send us your old feathers to
be curled, cleaned or dyed,
t'liarjies moderate.
Davison-Grant Millinery
.MO Robson Street
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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
TOHN LEE
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
including prettiest designs
Legal Forms
for every purpose are printed
and stocked by the Mall-Hr"M
Sn(l! toil S)'i Hii,1-111
I have many different kinds
at various prices. We specialize in
LADIES'   TAILORING
AND DRESSMAKING
Our patterns are exclusive, styles
also. Our dresses and evening
gowns are unique. Prompt attention. Fit guaranteed.
JOHN LEE
FRONT STREET.     LOWER  TOWN.
NEWS FROM
FAR AND NEAR
A good roads commission! headed
by CA. Magratb, is oonduetlng an in-
ijuiry on behalf of the Ontario government. The killing of the good roads
bill by Laurier has made the highways situation in Canada worse than
it was before, ami it was bad enough.
The West Indian steamship contract
provides   for  tlle   handling   of   all   land
trairii' by the Intercolonial Railway,
thus 'building up Oanadian ports and
Oanadian transportation routes. Tho
Laurier government had a habit of
Sending Oanadian truffle over the Americnn lines to American ports.
While Canada's naval program has
been held back Iiy the Laurier Nationalist alliance, lho other overseas dominion* Iiave been going ahead. They
have already increased the sea power
of tie' Empire while ('anada, booause
of Laurier, lms nothing but I'he Niobe
and the Rainbow.
The farmer whose produce suffers
damage and delay in reaching itu point
of shipment bocause of bad roads is
thc sufferer iii the nrst instance, 'itu*
consumer who has to share in all BUch
losses as are occasioned in th;' Initial
Btnges of transit is the I'mal sufferer.
These men know upon whom lho
blame must lie. They know lhat the
Highways Bill wouln have given them
lhe roads they need, and they know
thai the Liberal Senate at the bidding
of Laurier prevented the passage of
that bill.
A new poliey in the development of
n scheme of practical experimental farming by the creation ofa series of
small Investigation stations located in
widely-distributed section of the province, has been inaugurated by thy Department of Agriculture, and Mr. J.
('.   Ready  ofthe  soil-' and   Top:   di   is-
.ion of the department left Victori i to
complete arrangements for estab imi .
ing six of these stat ion-. The -ix preliminary stations ihat aro to be e-t ib-
I llshed at once are located at Oliilli-
wack, Kamloops, Edgewood, Rock
Cnck, Orand Forks and Armstrong,
Bach of these (racks will be about f in
acres in extent nnd the crops most Hill
ed to the locality will be grown uU
these sections. ''While the system ol
government Bttperintendency will be
kept always in the foreground, it i- dif-
licult to say at the present lime -.vile
ther the actual work of cultivation
will be carried out by the farmer on
whose land the tract h situated, ol i.y
government experts," said Livestock
Commissioner MacDonald, "and possibly both systems may hr employed
according to the arrangements (hat
'•an  bc made."
It is  understood  that  a resident en-1
jin.er  in  British  Columbia,  is  to    bc
appointed by  the fisheries department
io have special and exclusively charge
of removing obstructions to the     free
 m   .if  fish in  the  rivers  of  Briti-h
Columbia.
F.ir instance, he would ■,! once take
p such a difli'-ulty a-' recently arose
on the Frasei at Hell'- (5aie Canyon,
iok blasted frnm the Canadian
Northern right-of-way, kept the lish
back on their way up the stream. On
the northern -.ilnnm streams too thero
• i" eifien obstructions to be removed
anl time is often "f the greatest im-
portonce.    It   i-  staled  that    au     ap-
ointment will be announced at nu
e itly  dale
Tieid 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 EALL DISPLAY
I J+Heid SSL Voting A
remarked us
coincidence ihut
J
B      h   steamship  at a New
V.erk dork was unloading a big     conf
Argentina dressed  beef,
which  ha I to  Bingland    and
Ipped, ,ucilicr   .•. i     ailing  with
a  thi    hoof     to  ho
. h   market.      lu -
'umi'.- heel  had  passed
h irbor.   ' an    any-
• (plain  the     incon I li -.f\     of
.11 I   p lying
shipment
ling     lis ■■
■ ■
ng pii
■ lie     ,,|       llle
b
'
ll  i       Dots
mi si
imprisonment  of
Jun  Lal    ii    thi   D   ■ uk'- tender,
ti  10,000 Wat
■   the
OWn  onto     'he
a'       intCl     il Ir<'1 w.-.-n ihe
■ i.    I- le  belie'' 'I  that      Liberal
ati)  ■:,' 'hi ed i.y
pi iui'-s .,f i.e..', i  i,"■ I'm 'imi; bts
oi  e,f   the • ii bequer,
■ i spsal In p iblit platform,
The Idea i   Capable     of
m'l' to  t>xp insion  iid   "in   like tbs
addition of I i powerful aid  lo
politii s.
a .Mm ai in ni. mt hei than mpport
in   wife and family, hs    ho sn to _'o
to fall for thr nontb       Meanwhile
tl       ife     will l«e undei necessity     of
■ iipi'iunn ■ hot • ll and ih" family,  Bai
ihe  'ends of justice'*   will  ha' e    W-.-n
DULL TIMES
There are no dull times in our Grocery Department, where business is better than ever. We
have just received a shipment of McLarens' celebrated Jelly Powders in all flavors, a nice glass
Nappie given free with each 25c worth, while
they last; also Peanut Butter, Canada Cream
Cheese, Imperial Cheese, English Stilton Cheese,
Queen Olives in Gallon Crocks and Bottles.
Have you tried our Wiltshire Bacon ? If not, you
are missing something good. Everybody's eating
it.
Special value in Tea and Coffee, 3 lbs. for $1.00.
Our Electric Coffee Mill is making lots of friends
grinding out Monarch Blend and Java Coffee at
50c. per lb.
Let us quote you on Apples, Potatoes and Vegetables for the winter. Choice Stock. Prices
Kight.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to announce that tbey have opened up oflfices at the
aimer of first .Street and Connaught Avenue for tbef purpose of bundling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and get particulars, and get in on ground floor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
MwlwlMMMlalriMl«MMM«lflBI5MB^
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/Itiuays the   "Best
"ShamrocKI' "Butter
I  P. BURNS & GO., Limited
I
i
I
». ,
hM.im.tois.i.iMWii
ma
FOR A FEW DAYS
McIntyre Is Offering
Kelley's Corn flakes, per package    10c
Quaker Com Flakes     10c
Laundry Starch In fancj 7 lb. tins    60c
Pure Chicory, real genuine, per package     20c
Bra/il Coffee, 3 lbs. for 11 00
.JOHN  MCINTYRE   A*   SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
The Globe Lumber Co., Ltd.
"County Council of Essex decided to submit a By-law for one million dollars on
January 1st. for concrete roads."
We Stock Canada Cement
YES! WE SELL
4-*
Sf
if. .I*.
ff
■ti iti
•I1 'V
.1*1 ft,
*U 4+
Premium Ham
Premium Bid. Ham
Premium Bacon
Brookfield Butter
Brookfield Eggs
Brookfield Cheese
Silver Leaf Lard
Jewel Haddies
Also a fine assortment of
I'resli .Meats the best that
monev can buv.
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 19BS
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
1
PAGE THREW
TO the ladies::
I wish to call your attention to the fact thai I have secured
the agency for the famous French corset, "Le Buret," direct
from Paris, and cordially invite your inspection.
In elegance, elastic and hygeinic qualities it has no equal.
I daresay, if you'll come and inspect same, that you will say
it is the best you have ever seen.
Get a "Ive Furet," the newest and best, from Taris, They
guard your figure, health and purse.
I have aboul half a dozen samples to show you ami it will
take about six weeks after ordering.
H. F. MORTENSEN
ACROSS FROM THK
LADIES' AND GENTS
TAILOR
CLUB."
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Imperial Bank of Canada %
w. PARRY
AUCTIONEER   ANL.  VAI7UEU
Mi'Kk.N/.ik AvKNI'K
HOUSEHOLD SALES
SPECIALLY   CONDUCTED
Hoad Otfioo-
Toronto, Ontario.
—♦	
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reservei and Undivided Profits
10,000,000.00
6,952,000.00
8,100,000.00
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,  received,  and  interest  allotvi
current rate from date of deposil.    Correspondence solicited.
il  at
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.   ¥
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I BUY EVERYTHING
Xmas   Goods   just   arrived
Cups and Saucers, per dozen    $1.25
Plates from :  65c np
Fancy Glassware, from 25c up
NEW FURNITURE
Rockers (armedI Mahogany or Oak	
 4.00 each
Dressers and Stands irom $10.50 up
Lounges, from $ 6.5o up
Bed Springs (new) from S 2.50 up
Mattresses, from jt 2.,S.i up
Compare our Prices wiih Eastern  firms.
Sewing Machines  for  sale  or   rented
by the month.   Goods stored.
W. PARRY
.Auctioneer's Mart, .McKen/.ie Avenue
Revelstoke, 11. C.
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1856
Capital and Reserve,        -    $8,700,000
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A GENtRAL BANKING BUBINE88 TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT        j
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUCd
BANK MONEY ORDERS I
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest current rate,
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
Foley's
Superba
Chocolates
Children's Fall and Winter Goats
A Shipment of these Coats to hand.
A nice range of Styles and sizes to choose
from :: :: :: ::
MRS. A. G. CRICK.
FIRST STREET
"The Chocolates with
the Whipped Cream
Centres."
Both our " Buperbas " an i
"Canadian Girl" Chocolates are
famous for their rich, delioious
"Whipped   Cream   Centres."
Description won't deacribe
them. You must taste them fo'
yourself.
All Foley's Chocolates -almis ■
'he palate and are good tor you
Ask for Foley's wherever  Bo*
i andy is Kept.
Foley Bros. Larson & Co
WINNIPEG
Vanoouve*
IM
DOMINION
ROYAIMAII
STEAMERS
SAILING EVERY SATURDAY FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S. S. Laurentic (15,000 Tons)     New S. S. Megantic
First Class--$92.50.        Second-*53.75 Third-32.50
S. S. Teutonic
582 feet long
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S. Canada
514 feet long
S.S
Only One Class Cabin (11) S50.00 and Up.
and Third Class $31.25 and Up. Carried.
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Laurentic Nov. 22.     S. S. Canada Nov. 29.     8. S. Megantic
Dec. 6.   S. S. Teutonic. Dec. 13
For Sailings. Illustrated Booklets. Etc. apply to
COMPANY'S OFFICES. fil!» Second Ave.. Seattle
RfiVKI.SlOKK   C.KNFKAl.    Al.IM.ll.'     C*.  I*.  K.   TlCKIIT  AGENT,   REVELST! I.l.
ITS FLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly and perfectly as you are
at this restaurant. Aud the service ia
only a foretaste of
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is said that the way to a man's
heart is through his stomach. We ate
sure to reach yours if you'll drop in
and try our bill of fare. If perfect victuals, perfectly cooked and perfectly
served, will gain your friendship, we
arc absolute!** sure of yours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. (i. Triaxisom Manager.
satisfied hy lhe locking of the hus-
band up in warm, comfortable i*uar -
tors where he will be fed for three
months at ilie expense of the state. We
do some queor things in the name of
(he law.
A special London cable says thnt
Lieutenant  Clifton  West, of tbe front-
ii'i'inen's leylon has produoed a bullet
which threatens io render aii'*!''!'1*' L180'
h ss. It is an ordinary shaped bullet,
but it carries four revolving rut ting
propeller blades, which open as tho
millet travels. These tear holes in the
fabric, releasing tne gas and causing
the' machine io ealeb lire. The bullet,
is not affected by watei' conditions nnd
'•un be adjustable to all guns. It will
I"' Ltiven an ofllcial  trial shortly.
Hans Von Hohenliat hun been in tho
New Hazelton district, acoompanied,-by
three other prominent Austrians, uud
they ure considering a deal for lO.IKRi
acres of land on the north aide of the
Skeena river. The party of capitalists
huve visited tbe property and made a
number of losts of the soil and found
it guite suitable for their purposes and
the deal will go through if the price
is made right, it is the intention of
the party to establish a German colony on the lU.OUll acres early next
spring, arriving here about April 1st.
The newcomers will be started in clear
ine Immediately upon their arrival.
Combined wealth, estimated at$5O0,-
OOii.lHiO, was represented at the Gigantic businessmen's nnii-home rule muss
meeting in historic Ulster hall. Geo.
Ewert, presidenl. of the Chamber of
commerce, occupied the rostrum. He
said the meeting was called to dis -
prove statements male in Knglund
thai the commercial interests ,,f Ulster
disagree with regard lo the agitation
against home rule. Tbe meeting enthusiastically adopted „ resolution declaring t hu. t the Ulster businessmen
will refuse to pay taxes to Dublin parliament. The meeting was attended by
about  U.OOO persons.
According to C.P.R. ollicial-. the
grain movement in southern Alberta,
still continues to be heavy, aud the
indications are that there will be uo
let up in the shipping of grain until
winter sets iu. Duriug the last week
ut Lethbridge, no less than 10,000
loaded freight cars were hannled. Th,;
record for ihe' one day was established
at Lethbridge Friday, when no 4ess
thnn 12 trains, averaging "3 .vs etch
were hauled into the coal eity. Of
this number If, cars were loaded at
different points on the Aldersyde
branch, while the other cars came from
different districts lo the Bouth and
east.
Oue of the best indications of the
business situation is the. postal revenues. a,„| judging by the figures forthe
past month, and for tho first seven
months of the fiscal year, Canada Was
never s'o prosperous and is continuing
io develop at „ remarkable rate. The
postal returns for the month of Octo-
lier were 81,367,709, as against §1,318,.
+G2 fen* October, 1912. Teu years ago
the October returns were 8444,7&8, or
only ..ne-third of the total for 1913,
an increase pf no less than $92,941.
After the recent revolt of the Swiss
gnr.nl- at the Vatican many reports
concerning the sobriety of the guard
came to the ears of the pope, in con-
sequenced which he dispersed tlie eon-
tents of the famous Vatican wine cellar. With the pope as ;l teetotaller all
the cardinals must lie ateo.
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
SEE! !
OUR
HEATING STOVES
Best and Cheapest In Town
PRICES FROM
$2.00 to $22.00
I
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
The Ideal Christmas Gift
Much appreciated and inexpensive is a good
portrait of yourself or the kiddies. Our
styles are new and the prices right.
Successor to Tucker E> TTTPl     £r     DADTHM
Mackenzie Ave.    IVOU    <X    DAK 1 UiN
COMING EVENIS
November   12—"The  Barrier'
Empress theatre.
at
tho
1
Nov.  17—"Wliat  Happened to Miry,"
Empress theatre.
DESIGN   YOUR
Th. ntftlUR at . lm.in*■ . bonM i"
r.flecleil in iti Mtatinnery. It Pu-
1 'e left.e. til. I"    '    l Il.e t .   ,:ieili.;      \\ |
.ii. you the highest i|uality at it*<
lowest price.   Free estimates.
Mail.Herald
tlectrlc Preet
■«l  IW
STATIONERY
W> f-tft-r )mi i^trt MTvit». Frii.t
U OUI bunOWl -'*Dd « ur hobby \<h-.
To the btil MlMttoO »f p*p*r Mid
•>H wt tild Originality anil *rn*it
MM (>f dfiign ar.d r»yid dfliferv.
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
Hut there are still .i few people who don't
know wlmi n safe combination Bell's Bread
anil   New Zealand Uutter make	
G. W. BELL
P. O. Bom 208
QROOER * BAKER
Phono No. 23
AFTER THE FIRE
>ou ian Muile if your lus1; Is backed
np by one of our iiiMirnnoe policies
W'c reprc-ent the
BEST   INSURANCE   COMPANIES
and, while our rates are low, reimbursements are prompt ami sine.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid, Manager.
• hm.-li
Nov. 18 and 19—Sl.   Francis
Fair,  Sl. Francis Hnll.
Nov. 19—The Barrier, Empress theatre
November  20—"Reedy Monev"  at the
at Empress  theatre.
Nov. 25—The Lawrence   Brough
at the Empress theatre.
'<>..
Howson CBi, Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
c/4dded.
Howson CS, Co., Ltd.
I
Noi ember     2^—The     Revelstoke Mail
Voire Choir at the Empress theatre.
Dec. fi.—The Lawrence Brough Co., at
the Empress theatre.
Dec. 8—.The Pink Lady, nt the     Empress theatre.
December l<>—Tennis club conceit, at
the Empress theatre.
Dec. 23—Matheson, Lang and Brltton,
Empress theatre.
WE    NEVER     RECOMMEND
anv of our groceries that we
would not have on our own
table- And once we find bv personal trial that an article is not
first class, it finds its way into
this market nc more. Vou can
order here with safety at all
times. What can we send you
to-day '
Hobson's Grocery-
phone 41 Box 734
Parcels Post System
The cflortB of the post office department are still lieing directed toward"
the establishment of tho parcels porft
lysteiQ on January 1st, though the
dale Is not absolutely certain.
The schedule of rates has been drawn
up tentatively, hut will roqulre thc approval of the postmaster-general. A
great deal of detail Js necessary in con
nection with tbe regulations governing
the system.
Armstrong & Co.
Penetang Shoe Packs, Pack Sacks, Pack
Straps, Rubber Shoes, Horse Covers, Mitts,
Gloves, Trunks, Valises. Hand Bags, Etc.
Boot, Shoes •«•• Harness Repairing
y PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1913
It will probably surprise you to know the cost of a bad stove
dve coal bills during the winter. There are plenty of
reasons  wh\ one stove will burn more coal than   another.
i.e   •! ,:•. I lei us explain whj our stove-, are more eeononi-
-, il than    ■ i otl   . -
■ ■.<• .-:  .1 .■ ei! Btoves   ami   lhat   will   cost   >ou   no
more than the coal-de ouriug kind.
Stores for Hard or aSoft Coal
or Wood
Electric Heaters
Coal Oil Heaters
Ubc ADaiUlbenilo
PUBLISHED   WKDNESDAY   anii
S.VlVKllAY    AT
REVKL8T0K1I,  tl. 0.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Local Heading NoticeH and Business
locals 10 oents per line each insertion.
Minimum local ad charge 25 cents.
Display advertisements 25 cents per
Inch each insertion, single column.
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
Legal advertising of any form, also
Government and Municipal Notices 12
cents per line first insertion and 8
cent* per line subsequent insertions,
allowing 10 lines to the inch.
Applications for Liiiuor Licenses $5.
Applications (or Transfer of liquor
Licenses $7.50.
Land purchase notle-es, $7.00
Water Application Nollys, up to
100 words, $7.50, over 100 words In
proportion.
All other classes of advertising not
iii'lulled in above to iie charged at
rate to he arranged with manager on
application'.
lhe province one hour from lho first
Sunday in April until the third Sun-
dayin October, as submitted by the
Vancouver Board of Trade.
(T
Sitterioi flMibitsbino Company
LIMITED
J. K.  JOHNSON, Manager.
RALPH G.   SCRUTON, Editor.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1913
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Stylish Clothing
The height of the Season finds us
with the very latest conceptions in
Fall Wear Stylish Clothing.
Our show of Fashionable Suits comprise the most Chic creations.
We have the reputation for carrying
the Highest Class Stock, and this
season's show will considerably enhance it.
McRae Mercantile Co.
HOBBERLIN C. N. R SOCIETY BRAND
THF.   HOME   OF   GOOD   CLOTHES
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..Diamonds..
or
Watches and Clocks!
Where ?
At J. Guy Barber's
Expert Watch Repairing
Get Your Eyes Tested and     }
Proper Glasses Fitted ...      5
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J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -    NiKhtjPhone 85
Smsilom
.•widely itopi cou»h»,  cures  colda, anel  heals
tne throat and luagi.       ;<       ;:       as cents.
Luml
ermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the hush. I make a
specialty of lagging
Shoes, rants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in your business.
Th'' "saving ol daylight" movement
ih attracting   increased attention    ln
mnny quarters of  llie world,    and    is
gradually coming io be recognised as
a praotically     possible benefit   rather
than the impracticable theory it   was
originally     regarded as by the casual
newspaper  i*endi'i*.   Major Hart     Mc-
Harg addressed the  Vancouvor council
on the subject at its last meeting, his
obiei'i being  to persuade the aldermen
to Biippou   the  resolution nlopted by
several public bodies in ihe province,
nnd by hundreds of lot nl authorities in
Great Britain.   Explaining ihat   there
was  really no Buch thing us real time,
indeed, Vancouver was 13 minutes out
Major M -Harg saiil the Idea was     to
e    I'he clock,  by whieh they lived, uh-
ead by on"     hour from tlve  month of
April, during  ihe' summer months,   so
tylighl would He wasted in
sleep in  ihe morning and     tbat moro
could  be  use i  for business  or enjoy -
menl In the 11" -bowed that
idea wa- adopted there    would
of Bome 180 hours   during
months, and the result
■ a   •.:. Ider ib in   the
He  mentioned
[ th       rge    Itie
••prove, 1
.    : id tbat   ;i-   ihey
the * i. British Co-
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ff sucb B
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or the 120 merit] • ,• ,
I ime   n ■ 'inl of Pariflc time,   The Van
• •" it  i    to disen •   the. mnt-
'. i   i jt   nosi meeting.
This in it •'■>     me' befori   the   Board
of Trade on Thursday night, whom   ,
ie '.iei.'.n  wn    pan ed in  fa' oi  of lhe
passing of nn act by  the legislature of
U.C.  advancing  thc  standard  lime in
Board of Trade      !
Publicity Policy
(Continued trom Page One.)
ed a 'ong lime and involved u heavy
expense.
Mr. Patterson suggested thai something whioh could bo sent through the
posl in an ordinary envelope would
meet   the position.
Aid Bourne said the main thing Waa
to keep the matter up to date. They
might have something whioh would
noi eost much i" issue as that il could
be altered and issued afresh up to date
from iini" to time, If they went in
for n book it was old belore it was
out und in addition proved very expensive.
Mr. (iibsoii said he bad seen a book
let issued from Calgary onthe Lines
now suggested—a small inexpensive
booklet but very neatly got up, Something of that kind would be usefuland
| serve the purpose.
Ml Bourne—dome thing that can be
I sent out in ordinary, correspondence.
Mr. Patterson—A small folder could
be made attractive and kepi up to date
Tho Chairman—la there any chance
of gouing anything from the eity coun
eil and doing  it right   away.
Aid.' Baurne—Not ibis year, I um
afraid,
Aid. Horobin -aid ihe envelope ml -
vertisoment Bi nemo created a great
deal of description but there Bhould be
something io follow it up.
Tha Chairman suggested that acorn
mittee might collect facts about Re?-
lUloi'e and Bubmita draft to ihe
Board with an estimate of the costof
issuing  b'Otne printed  matter.
Aid. Horobin—101 facts about Rev-
elstoke, or something of ihat. sort.
Mr. Patterson thought an attractive
folder, on giio.l paper, might meet
i heir  requirements.
Mr. Gibson said be would prefer to
see a booklet as he thought it Would
hate a better ellect and create a belter impression than a folder. He mov
i«l ihat Messrs'. Patterson, Atkins and
Wallace be appointed a committee with
a view io the collection of data for a
small pamphlet, and that theybe au -
iborlsedlo obtain prices for the printing nnd  submit toa  future  meeting.
Mr. Macdonald seconded and the pro
i osal was agreed to.
TU  ADVANCE   STANDARD TIME
The Secretary read the following letter whicli be' had received fiom the
Vancouver Hoard of Trade duted Nov.
3rd. At a meeting of the Hoard of
Trade held in Vancouver on the 14 oi
Oct. the enclosed resolution was pafls-
ed and I have' been requested lo com-
munlcate -ame to you for the eonsitler
.ii i'ui of ynur board. If you see tit
* . en lorse the resolution in question
kin Ily communicate with me on the
mat ter.
*lh" enclosure  reads as follows:
"At a meeting of the Vancouver
Board of Trade held on the fourteenth
lay of Qctnber, l'.llll, the lollowing res
olution proposed by Major W. Hart -
McHarg and seconded by W.H. Malkiu
Ksq.,   wn-e  unanimously  passe I'—
"Resolved,      that  the    Vancouver
Boai 1  of  Trade  is in  favor of     the
ng  ol an   A't by   the  Legislature'
Bril ish  i 'olumbia advam .ng    ihe
i' I  tune  In  the  Province    one
h    from  the flrst   Sunday  in April
iiiiii! tho third Sunday in October.
Thai ., copy of tins resolution be
' i-l  to the Oovornment nf ibe
e,f urni-h Oolumbia accom-
pat -een ,,( hope that
iti     for   mch     an
ie    i.f tha above resit i      pa ■ -
ill   P.oard       of
■   Provfnci    hould be   com-
nd asked to p
r i Beon ler ••( the ret-
bat   the tpie lion
;,   •  ••'  daj lighl   in   the    iimm-
the     la : few
ibji   '   .,[   h im lion in
part   ol bbe lii im b Em
'.        bj   Pi eie e and Den-
I '       i     ael   lal "ii      ac-
ofulion    i"o1 ■ let ,
1 -ei ir advam>•'! one
Bunday in     April.
it  tha evi niiii' oi ile'
.i   the ' be Km     in
ll bn put ahead one
I,.,hi .   B ei..     ■   ild . ■ I up lhe next
moi inn • nl     tn" uH'iul  iime    thy tlm
lock)   ind no fllfft ren ■       any     kind
Wotlldbd  "X|"Im a .-I   . (i epl    iba'       'he
air would foe] a little fra hei in 'be
morning and whon evening rametbere
would be an hour more daylight, The'
iii.iii who leaves "IT wrirl, iit G o'eloek
■ . Id laki .t i'Ii him the H [M he has
hitherto had al 4 o'eloi k: ho who leaves off work at ix o'clock the light
I, i, i hitherto had al •"> o'clock and
go nn lii other words Instead eef having in itop .all fm in* e,f recreation in
iii"   mer whether It be in the parks
=5Y,
COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
Sole Agents for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Best Soft Coal in Western Canada
BANKHEAD   HARD   COAL
IN ALL SIZES
BRIQUETTES
,f We have over 600 tons of the above conl on hand and can guarantee
prompt delivery.    Now is the lime to  lay  in  your   winter's  fuel.    Don't
delay.    See ns for terms and prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D, SIBBALD, Bisks.
J. I). SIBBALD, JR., Site.
V
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on tho water or on the playing tields,
at say il o'clock, wc should not have
to (io  inside and   be  at   the expense    of
burnlngartiflcial light until ten o'clock
Thc saving in lhe light bills, both
municipal and personal would ho very
considerable. Instead of sleeping away three hours of sunshine iu the morn
ine wc should only sleep away two
and have the other hour iu the even -
ing when il is more Useful. This yearly train of about 1!I0 hours of useful
dny light would be equivalent to twen-
ty-one  holidays  of nine hours eaeh.
It was pointed out lhat these additional hours of sunshine would make
for health and strength of body and
mind. With seven hours a week of additional opportunity the value of existing opportunities for exercise and
Conan Doyle put the use for lho proportionately increase!. Sir Arthur
Conan Doyle dm the case for the proposed change a< follows:—"It would
make for the health and happiness of
ihe majority of the community, and
the nexi generation of Britishers
would bc thc bcitcr for having tills ox
un hour of daylight In their childhood
The general standard probably of
health and stature would be Increased
by it. "
"In Great Britain resolutions in
favor of the proposed English Act
have been passed by four I'ouniy Coun
oils anil  e'ejii  City   Corporations and
Town and District Councils. (Thoso include the Corporation of the Oity of
London, Liverpool and Manchester,
anil 23 of the 2s Boroughs which form
the County of Loudon); by the convention of Hoyal Burghs of Scotland
representing LUS towns and by the (.'on
ference of Urban British Councils of
Kngland and Wales when over iXIO
Councils were represented, The proposed Kngli-b Ael is alBo supported
by iis Chambers of Commerce, by th'1
Associated Chambers of Commerce at
their meetings in London In L909, l'JIO
l'.Ul and I'.'I2 over Iou Chambers being  represented   oil   cadi   occasion   aud
by the Chambers of Commerce of the
British Empire at their congress in
June 1912. li has also received the
approval of 13 Trade Unions and 17
branches of the shop assistants Union
and of over 400 business political and
other associations  and  societies. j
The Chairman said this communication was in line with the matter as
mentioned at a board meeting .-ome
time ago. He thought there was a
general feeling thai it would bo a
good iliiuir to bave the timo set ahead
Aid, Horobin-—I move that we endorse the resolution of the Vancouver
Board of Trade.
Mr.  Wallace—I  seend  that.
Mr. Qlbson—1 would suggest lhal
we word it that tho following resolution, as passed by thc Vancouver
Ho,ml of Trade, is approved by this
board, and tbe board expressed the i
hope that the government will take
action alODf the lines Indicated in the
resolution,
Tl otion in    the form augge led,
'a   agreed to.
NEW MEMBERS.
I. \v. Wood wa- elected a member of
tho board on the proposition of Mr.
'■ib "ii,   seconded  by Mr.   Wnllaiv.
Three- proposals for membership
were tibmitted and will be elealt with
at lhe i><-vi meeting: 1,. Howson, J.
Hume and Barton.
Come and look at our Triangle Sad
Irons   guaranteed for ever.
PRICE- 6 LB. IRON, $3.90
A.G.    DUCK
Estimates given free.
wise Io open up again the question of
the posi office site. It was debated tor
years and now that it had been linally,
settled if 11 was gone into again then
would be a number of sites wanted.
Mr. Patterson said it should be
lun ne in mind that there were soma
line buildings in tbnt neighborhood,
when the new posi ollice 4b built, and
that thai cornor is capablo of lieing
made very pretty. If plans have-been
passed something should bo done at
an early date.
The Cblaii man -aid there was talk ol
a new opera house. If one was put up
in the centre of the town it would be
an addition. The Old City Hotel site
would be a good place.
Alii. Horobiu said that whilst. on
the siibjce i of public buildings ha
would like the Board of Trade to consider endorsing the viewo' ol the gra ml
jury in connect icn with the unsightly
building adjoining  the  court  house.
Mr. Wallace -aid the building referred to absolutely destroyed thc ap-
pearnnoe of the court house.
Aid.      Bourne said ho did not  think
the building Would be there long.
Mr. Wallace said lhe shed ihere certainly spoilt lhe whole appearance of
the handsome new court house. Krom
the track it entirely -polls the view
of the court house.
The Secretary -aid there were lotH
down town upon which ihe -hed could
have  been  built.
Thc Chairman said he had not seen
Um' structure referred  to.
Aid. Bourne thought ihe building
mighl be inspected so that tlicy would
know what they were discussing. The
building was certainl] in ihe wrong
place.
Aid. Horobin—1 move that this
hoard   endorses   tho   protest.      of      the
grand   jury r.-| ting      the    unsightly
building near ihr court house, anil
that iiii- expressionof opinion be forwarded to   tho  Hon.  Thomas Taylor.
Mr, Wallace seconded and the motion was carried.
Mr. Gibson—If they laid out tho
grounds il would certainly bea nica
place.
This concluded the business.
Illustrated Travel Lecture
\ku urn.discs.
Mr. Patterson, who had entered thc
n ting late, reverted to the question
Of the new post otlice and asked if any
further   mini ni.ition   wai   available    on
Die   Hllll.le   1.     The   old   pOBt    Office        and
custom* house upoilcd the whole appearance of the town. The new hospital and schools formed a good corn-
• ' in I thai ' ieW of 'he i|iir lion should
nol bfl  I" '   sight   eif in   regard   io    the
new post office.
The chairman saild he believed tbe
plan    had been  pas-,-d for the       new
l'"-t    olliCe.
Mi. Patterson paid a -mall expenditure woiifd enable a great improvement
to be effected at the coruer referred to
that triangle could be made a very
pretty part ot the town if properly
handled.
The Chairman said it would be   un-
On Monday evening John P. Clum
will give his famous travel talk in the
Presbyterian church. The lecture is
beautifully Ulustrgled with colored
slides and wonderful moving pictures.
Mr. Clum takes bis audience through
the Canadian Rockies, down the Paci-
Bc Coasl, touching at Victoria and
Beveral American cities. The main
part of the lee ture deals' with Sunny
California and all ils wonders of BOa
and scenery, its flowers and festivals ,
its orange groves and mighty trees.
The colored slides arc BO Irue to nature thai one can almost imagine himself looking at th" ad ual Scene. Then
the moving pictures shown regiment
of ostriches, alligators galore, feeding
1110,1100 pigeons and many other won-
derful S'eneS. Dr. J. L. Cordon of
j Central church Winnipeg, says it is
"one of the finest lectures ever placed
licfore our people." It is a rare opportunity for Revelstoke people to see
the beauties ,,f the Sunny South, and
St. John's' church should lie crowded
on Monday evening. A collection will
lie tnken. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE rivi
:
Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second Floor,
New House Furnishing 'and Carpet
Department on Second Floor.
1
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. flume 8t Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Montb
Look at Price Tickets.
Ladies.' Suits in Navy and Serge
Our Special Navy Blue Ser^c Tailored Suit for ladies has
become famous both for style, fit, finish, appearance and workmanship, and the price is only       $25
A Special Suit in Serj,'t—Browns and Navy, niceh tailored
Silk and Satin lined, new Style. Only a few sizes iu
this   $15
A Nice Showing of Furs
In Furs, as usual, we have a representative showing of all
the popular lines of natural Furs. This year we
find a ready stile a line of Fancy Muffs and Stoles
made of embossed plushes, velvets, curl cloths. Thev
are handsome ncxxls and you can get a r;ood looking
set from $5 to $15
The Doll Family Just Arrived
The Kewpiers, "Chubby & Fife," the Art Dolls, the Character Dolls, etc. Also the Fur Animals, Dogs,
Cats, etc.    Bring the kiddies to see them.
Apron Gingham
Full   yard wide, in Navy and White  Checks of   diflerent
si/es.    This is a pure linen cloth.    A j-ooti wisher    .. 20c
Sewing Cotton
We always sell Standard   Sewing   Cotton,   full   -'Oil  yards,
Coates', Kerr's and Clark's at 6 spools for 25c
New Aviation Wool
The thick, heavy kind.    All colors  at I5c
Clearance of Silks
Clearing a lot of odd shades of Embroidery Silk'-   ;ood for
beginners.      Regular 5c, at per skein Ic
Tea Aprons
Nice,  clean,   pure  White   Muslins,   different  styles,  long
string ties.    Some nice ideas among these     35c
CLOTHING  AND  SHOES DEPARTMENT
Wood and Brass Curtain Poles
We have just received a full assortment of Wood aud Brass
Curtain Polet and Window Fixtures. Ask us for
anything vou may need in this line.
Rugs and Carpet Squares
We are clearing out Rugs aud Carpet Squares at prices that
will interest you 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
Silk Shirt Waists
Special line of Silk Shirtwaists with soft collar, turned
cults, new goods. Sold regular at $4.50. On sale
at $2.90
Coats for Children
feddv Coats, made of Teddy   Hear   cloth,   nice   style   and
nicely trimmed, (nr children from 1 to 6 years 	
 WILL WASH  WELL
Vs
o7Vlen's Felt House Slipper
with heavy Felt Sole, leather
bottom. An ideal cure for
tired feet	
PRICE, $1.50. $1.75. $2
Women's Same at	
$1.00, $1.35, $1.80
Boys at	
$1.35
Women's Boudoir Slipper-
in Saxe, Brown, Red and
Mauve, spring heel, leather
bottom.    Price	
$1.25
Same   in  JAEGAR    without
heel	
$1.00 Per Pr.
Women's Kozy Tailored Slippers—the most comfortable
of all. Heavy felt sole with
leather bottom.    Price	
$1 and $2
Same in JAEGAR at	
$1.80 Per Pr.
Women's 5uliettes in all shades
of felt and velvet, either
fur or ribbon trimmed.
Flexible soles, medium heel.
PRICES	
$1.75 per pr.
Misses' sizes	
$1.35
MENS LEATHER OPERA SLIPPER in black or
brown, flexible sole and full fitting lasts.
PRICE $2.25 per pair
WITH CUSHION  SOLE
$3.00 Per Pair
MENS PULLMAN SLIPPERS in black or brown,
guaranteed fitters.   PRICE...      S2.75 per pair
WITH CUSHION SOLE
$3.00 Per Pair
Children's Felt or Fleece-Lined Slippers from 40c. to 90c. per pair.      A wide assortment of Moccasin
Slippers with fur or fleece linings, from $1.75 to $3.00 Per Pair.
Oun Grocery and Crockery" Department
Special for Friday and Saturday
The Old Brown Teapot, 8 Cup Size  35c
««      ««        "             "       6 Cup Size - 25c
              "      4 Cup Size -  20c
20-Ounce Bottles Mixed Pickles  20c
Pint Bottles Imperial Relish  I5c
VEGETABLES FOR WINTER
Don't forget us when laying in your stock of Vegetables for Winter. We have
Local Potatoes, Carrots, Turnips, Parsnips, and Beets, Armstrong High Land Potatoes and Onions, that are extra dry. and they will keep well.
New Stock of Fruits and Marmalades
Crosse C&. Blackwell's Orange in 71b. 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.
Two More Shipments of China
Haviland Limoges,   Bowl.   Celery   Dishes,  Pickle Dishes, Spoon Trays, Cream and
Sugars. Tea Pots, Cake Plates, Comb and Brush Trays.
ENGLISH CHINA-OPEN STOCK DINNERWARE.
'•'7-Piece Dinner Sets Prices from :?7.50 to $25.00
Teapots, Milk Jugs, Cream Jugs, Hups and Saucers, from $1.50 to $6 per Dozen
and lota of other nice pieces too numerous to mention.
NEW GOODS
Carload   New   Canned   Vegetables   and   Fruits.
Wheat. Bran and Oats,      Sweet Potatoes and Squash
New Shipment of Huntley and Palmer's Biscuits
Crawford's Puff Biscuits, (something new).
Mackintosh Red Apples
Cranberries.     California Red Grapes
Malaga (ireen Grapes. ()ranges and Pears.
Carload   uf   Shorts,
Comb Honey
We have SOMETHING NEW IN BISCUITS, we want you to come in and sample them. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1913
WPrinting
That . .
*Pays . .
*Pays you
Your business status is often nidged by
the style and quality oi your Printing. A
poor circular hasn't half the convincing
and business-bringing power of the better
one. A cheap and common-looking letterhead lowers your credit with the wholesaler.
Vays Us
You are delighted with MAIL-HERALD
Printing    for we do our utmost to p..
yoi;.    We have the staff, stock and equipment to deliver the goods    so we get vol:
next order, sure.    Then  your satisfaction
results   in   recommendation   and   so
business grows.
CHIMNEY SWEEP
Leave orders at Lawrence
Hardware Co. I will guarantee to do a clean job in
taking down pipes and
cleaning pipes and chimneys.
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
THE CHIMNEY SWEEP
Who Oan be found at the
LAWRENCE   HARDWARE  CO.
LIBERALS
ATTEMPT
TO SHIRK
RESPONSIBILITY
A desperate anl idiBhonest ell'ort is
being made by lhe Liberal leader-; .■ ml
iheir organization to get from undei*
the blame consequent upon the killing
ofthe Highways  Bill     by Sir Wilfrid
Laurier. The (act^ of lhe Liberal
tii/hi against e...ei>il highways, are- Bo
well knowii that the frantic e.'Inri-
iii.w being mai: Iiy those who deprived the provinc f two and n hall mil [ <ip-
lions towards good  roads, t.. shift the 4*
responsibility foi   their action, cannot  A
■if A.   Thi   fact  that such an effort  J*L
is heiiie made shows thai the Libera! T
eadei have come to the realization of V
im ' blunder. They hnd that the coun- V
iry is against thcni partly because 'ef j rf*
■ hi   killinc  nf thi   na' al aid bill,    and i &.
partly foi   live   I Btructi .i tho high-   J£
way-  hii . as  well a-  I .-niF.' of    .heir   f
I "*'
KILLED  BY   LATHIER. *Y
*&*
Thu Highways bill, whi.h woulJ have[ Jfj
given the provinces a million dollars ! j
for i.'-eter roads in 1912, was killed by 'i?
Lhe S'.iiat. under instructions (rom iS*
Lauiier. rff
The Highways bill which would ha*'e jXt
given the nrovinoes .1 million and a j ,?.
half for bettor roads in 1913 was killed'J?
by the Senate at the bidding ol j 'V
Laurier.
The Province of Ontario lia>- undertaken a eneiil roads campaign .>£ it=
own, despite the • xiia financial obli.^a
tion forced upon them in .-, nnectli a
with such a movement by the Liberals
at Ottawa. An Ontario commdsiion
is n.ew at won. studyiug the whole
(jtiestionl
OTHERS WAITING
The other provinces have been forced to wait. They were promised ^e>od
roads by the Conservatives durin-; the
campaign of 1911. That promise .vas
[ultillod as fai as the Borden government could iultil ii iu 1912 and in L913
That the provinces did Dot realize the
benetits accruing to thi'm from the legislation introduced by the Borden Government Is due to the action ot the
Liberals at Ottawa under Laurier, and
to no other . atise.
SILLY  EFFORT.
It 1- idle fot Laurier- lieutenants 10
1 ume forward now  and seek  tu evade
in usequences of last session's inis-
take.   The bill was killed not  to Bafe-
■   but to prevent ihe
government  fr..n.   arrying nut its iro-
"    ele *o.'-.   The alleged iea-
Bon foi   'he    Laurier    action,  the .lemand for a  -tatenie-nt  in the bill of   a
ioi   actually '. r-
ipropi   ition, w ts ftr-
ial. ann nobody was deceived by it.
•   .     :. lin-8,      cf-
' ' at    b      : inciple of divisi. n  i,y
; .■;■ .la*ion  wa-  not so  rigidly  folljw-
:. law—
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$*   "Another House Run
Hit.'— N.Y. Telegraph
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SCENE FROM
REX BEACH'S
FAMOUS STORY OF THE FAR NORTH
The Barrier
Seat Sale Starts Sat. Nov. 8th
at   Macdonald's   Drug   Store
Notable Caste includes MR. FRANK IRESON  as
John Gale, and GRACE JOHNSON as Necia.
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ihan might otherwise occur. Should
ihf east slupe of the Rocky M.iiiutainn
in I.,mr denuded of tree-growth it is
hkely that much larger areas of Alberta and Saskatchewan would be arid
ihan is now the case.
Thie is Imt one of the many reasons
why the Dominion government is pre-
serving the forests on the east elope of
tin' Rockies by tho creation of a forest
reserve now nearly 21,000 square miles
in extent.
ly employers in factories,  stores   and
shops arc liable to prosecution forthe
offence.   Rev.  Mr.  Mnuji1,  secretary to
I the Social Dervbe Organization,    now
j states  that there is n wide-spread feel-
j im,' ntintnst the     Senate    action, uad
urges that the amendment bo reintroduced.   Hon. Mr.  Doherty, Minister of
I Justice, him promised that the matter
would be considered-
I Culture lor Singing and Speaking.,
I Coachiag Plays and Acting. Bt
! Francis   HaU,  on    McKenzie    Av.aue
SOCIAL PURITY
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through ■nei' i. ni   bannelt, and by J
reloadin     with   mo ■    irtadi,
blowing " et ths |Te,ir,'      n,-b fore«t#
make po   Ihli    , mui h     ■ atsr lalnfall
Senate's Action Condemned
Noi only ha» the Liberal majority
in the Senate shown its de-ire to drarj
the ejood name oi Canada in the mud
m its rejection of the Borden naval
proposals, but it oas  nlso secured  the
en.le mnation oi the Social Servio*
Organization of the Allied churches.
A ■ t tic last session th« House passed
;in amendment      to the criminal    eo<le
making it  i criminal otfeni* for   any
• ni|el.iyer te.   educe an employee,   Imt
ejected tbis   ind  left    the
. . with the resuli  that on-
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E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Ave.   •   Revelstoke
BEL.KIBK     LODQB IJ, 1. O. O. T.
Meets every Thursday evening ia
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visitiig
brethren cordially invited.
CHAS. NEWSOME, N.O.
JAS. MATHIE, See.
KOOTENAY
LODOE. No. II A.  »\
and A. M.
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MISS TRYPHOSA PARKER
Pupil   of  Siffnor  Giovanni  Olcrlci,  K.
0. I., Hon. R.A.M. of Florenoo
and London.
Viaits    and    receives    Pupils    for
Voi.'e   Production   nnd  Pianoforte.
For terms, et''., apply.
BOX    '.ififo,    111,    FIRST     STREET.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hal)
on the Third Monday ia each month
at I p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. O. BROOKER. Secretary
O. B. N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Oftl<e: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 311. Revelstoke
BURGESS   AND   TAOQART.
Civil Engteeers
Dominion and B. C. Land
Surveyors  and   Contractors.
P. O.  Box 347        Kamloops, B.C.
Braarh   Office-Watson   Realty  Ce.
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REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No. 1«M
Meets every first and third Tuesday ln Oddle.lows HaU. Visiting
fcrsUsra cordially lavltsd to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Hang, Secretary.
Bchool of   Music aad   Oratory, under
Direction  ol
PROF. C. 0. BROWNELL.
Teaching Plana, Organ, Vlolia, Voles
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. Ml.
Meeta Second    and     Fourth  Wednesdays    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen ars
sordlally Invited to attend
JAMES  McINTYRH,   O.O.
H. W. EDWARD8, Olerk.
COURT     MT.     BEGBIE,   No. 14(1.
or i. o. r.
Meets ln I. O. O. F. Hall nsxt to
Tapping's Opera House svsry sscond
and fourth Monday In month. Visit-
lag brethren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, 0. R.
WM.  B.  CAMERON,  Ree.-Bes.
HARVEY, McCARTER ft COMPANY
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
—Offloee—
Imperial Bank Block, Revelstoke, B.O,
SEE THE
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NURSERIES
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DESIGNS
The Revelstoke Nurseries
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W. H. POTTRVIT. Prop. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEV1
Never Too Cold
TO ENJOY A PLUNGE AT
HALYCON HOT SPRINGS
Where hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health
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by our gratified patrons.
Located among the best scenery of Canada, easy of
access. The Sanitarium is handsomely fitted and finished for
comfort and convenience of guests.
Halcyon  Hot   Springs   Sanitarium
Wm. Boyd, Prop., Halcyon, Arrow Lakes.
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H.J.  MCSORLEY. PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath    .    .    .
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Rates $1.00 a Day and Up Phone 1629
Furnished Rooms by the Day. Week or Month
VERNON ROOMS
Mrs. H. J. HaNBURY,    -     Proprietress
Steam Heated Throughout.     Housekeeping Suites.
Corner View
and Douglas Streets.
VICTORIA, B. C.
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
J.   ALBERT     ST03STE PROP-
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Union  Hotel
A. P. LKVKSQUK, Proprietor
FIRST STREKT, REVKI.NTOKH, B. C.
MEAL TICKETS $600
TO "SENSE" ICEBERGS
SIR    HIRAM    MAXIM    HAS   COMPLETED WONDERFUL DEVICE.
Inventor, After a Careful Study of
the Means Whereby the Bat Avoids
Objects In the Dark, Perfect* a
Machine Which Sends Out Sound*
and Can Perceive Objects By the
Echo.
As a result of tbe recent Titanic
disaster, Sir Hiram Maxim, inventor
of the Maxim gun, lias suggested a
plan for giving ships a "sixth sense"
that will enable, them to avoid icebergs in a fog by t.he same means by
which a bat finds its wuy about in the
dark. He is now working on a device
which he claims will enable a vessel
to det<s<t a floating object several
(niilcs away, to estimate its size, shape
and distance, and to recognize the
character of a neighboring shore, so
that a harbor, for instance, may be
safely entered in a fog. All this is to
be done simply by receiving and recording echoes sent back by the objects to be detected; but the sound
that produoes the echoes is not, high
enough in pitch to be audible. Its
vibrations are powerful and slow and
are given out by a huge siren at the
ships bow. Tlie echoes are received
and recorded by pieces of apparatus
that serve as ears and that are able
to givo much more information than
a real ear could do.
This latest collision preventer is
another adaptation of a phenomenon
in the natural wi>rld. Six Hiram has
taken his cue from the bat, which can
tell the distance of objects by the
boat of its wings.
In bats the sense organs are highly
developed. When a bat flies about in
total darkness the beat of its wings
sends out a series of pulsations, or
waves. These waves strike against
all surrounding objects and are reflected back and received by the sensitive organs which form part of the
face of the bat.
The extremely delicate nature of the
bat's wings, together with the sensi-
^WJ9JM
SIR HIRAM  MAXIM.
tiveness of its delicate face nerves
enables Mie bat to judge the distance
of any object by the lapse of time between the sending out and the receiving of thc waves. It is this exoep
tional mechanism, and not any faculty of seeing in the dark, which enables tlie bat t>> Ily unerringly without  th.   least light"to guide  it.
Wo all know that if we capture' a
wild bird and liberate it in a large
room with closed windows, it makes
a wild and furious rush for what its
senses tell it is an opening through
which tl can escape. Its eyes do not
reveal tlie presence of the glass, and
the result is a broken neck. A bat
liberated uiieler similar circumstances
makes the same dash for freedom.
The flapping of its wings, however,
brings its sixth sense into action and
it soon perceives that it is face tj face
with a solid wall, and stops short
before it touches th,- glass.
Sir Hiram proposes to apply this
sixth sense to sea-going vessels. His
apparatus will produce atmospheric
Vibrations of about the same frequency as those produced by the bat,
but of energy at least .*J00,000 tine.'.- a:-
•grcat. These will not be .audible, but
they will wave! at least 20 miles and
can lx1 received and rev .rded by a
suitable apparatus at that distance.
.They would be able to travel at least
five miles outward and return back
to the ship a rofleoti-d echo that would
be strong enougb-.to be detected.
In describing hk invention, Sir
Hirani states that it might be considered an artificial ear. The apparatus
i.~ provided with a large diaphragm
tightly drawn over a drum-shaped
cylinder, and so arranged that tho atmospheric pressure is always tlie same
on both sides, quite irrespective of
anv air blast. It is therefore always
able' to vibrate freely in response to
the wave* of Uie echo, ami it.s vibra-
tiom are made t'> open and close certain electrical circuit.- which ring a
series of bells of various sizes. If, for
example, the object is very small or
at a great distance from tbe ship, a
very small bell rings, while a large
object at a distance of say two miles
would ring a larger bell, and a very
large object a still larger bell. The
apparatus gives an audible notice if
anything is ahead of the  ship.
Another apparatus produces a diagram of the disturbances in the air-
that is, when there is no noise except
that due to the action of the ship or
the sea waves, a wavy line is produced
on a paper ribbon, but whenever the
vibrations sent out from the ship
strike an object and the delicate echo
wave- return tlie wavy line becomes
very much increased in amplitude.
The distance between the reflecting
object and the ship may be measured
by the length of Uie paper or strip
between the disturbance marking the
giving off of Uie vibrations and that
marking the receiving of the echo.
Tho sise of the object may be concluded from the amplitude of the
waves that return.
Early Street Lighting.
Paris in 1632 was occasionally light-
ted by  means of burning  pitch  aad
other combustibles in pang.
Two and a  Half Hours
on Operating Table
Specialist Could Not Remove Stone
In Tha Bladd.r
GIN  PILLS PASSED IT
Joliettb, P. Q.
"During August last, I went to Montreal to consult a specialist as 1 had been
suffering terribly with Stone in the
Bladder.
He decided to operate but said the
stone was too large to remove and too
hard to crush. I returned liotue and
was recommended by a friend to try
GIN PILLS.
They relieved the pain. I took two
boxes and went back to the specialist.
He said the stone was smaller but he
could not remove it although he tried
for two hours and a half. I returned
homeandcontinued to take GIN PILLS,
and to my greut surprise and joy, I
passed tlie stom'.
GIN PILI.S are the best medicine in
the world and because they diel me so
much good, I will recommend them all
the rest of my life". 170
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Advice about Stomach Troubles
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in Pepsin and Bismuth, two of the
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Rexull Dyspepsia Tablets help
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yea t.i try them at <>ur risk. If they
di not give entire satisfaction, we
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without question or formality. Three
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You ean lii.- Roxall Dyspepsia Tablets
'.    his community only at our store:
WALTER BEWS.
n.i. I-I.el,.- BrltlHli Columbia
77>« $**atl Ston
There is a Rexall Store in nearly every town
aad oity in the United States, Canada and
Great Britain. Thero is a different Rexall
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each especially designed for tho particular ill
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The Rexall Stores are America's Greatest
Drug Stores
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT.
Not i.M la hereby given that on tkt
20th day of October next, application
will be made to the Superintendent tt
Provincial Poliee for the transfer of the
License (or the sale of liquor by retail
in and upon the premises known as the
Lardeau Hotel, situate at Comaplix.
British Columbia, from Adolphe Boileau to Albert Edwin Jewitt of Coma
plir, British Columbia.
Dated   this   17th day of   September,
1913.
Adolphe  Boileau,
Holder ot License.
Albert Edwin Jewitt,
Applicant for Traa-itei
Itt issue Sept. 17, 30 days
LIQUOR ACT,  1910
N.etie.' is hereby given that, on. the
first day of December next, application will be made to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel licenso to sel)
liquor by retail in the hotel known
a.-fthe Union hotel, situate at Arrowhead in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, J913
W. J. LIGHTBURNE,
1st iss.  Oct. 29,  30d. Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that on the
flrst day of December next, appiica -
lion will ly, made to the Superintendent of Provlnolal Police for a renewal
Noti.e is hereby given that on the °f ,'lfi hotel licence to sell liquor by
first day of December next, application retail ln the hotel known as the City
will l»e mad.- to the Superintendent of | Hotol sltunted at Arrowhead, in the
provincial Poliee for the grant of » Province of Uritish Columbia.
lie-ens,, forthe saleol liquor by whole-; Dated this 25th dny of October, 1913
sale in  and  upon  the premises known! RORERT CALEY,
as Revelstok.> Win- and Spirit Company, situate at Revelstoke, B.C. up-
1 n the lands described ns Lots 1,^,9,
and I0, Blo-k 98, Map No. 636.
Dat.*d this 30th day of October, 1913
Revelstoke Wine anel Spirit Company,
ALEX CRANT,
Manager.
it  iss  0c.»9. :i0d.
Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notl
first day of December next, appiica*
tion will be made 10 the Superin*
tendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Glacier House', situate at Glacier, in the Province of British Columbin.
Dated thi- 25th day of October, 1913
Canadian  Pacifi.- Railway Company,
1st iss.  Oc.29,  30d. Applicant
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tender 1. for
Construction of     Wharfs at    Victoria
Harbour, B.C.," will be received     nt
is hereby [riven that, on the  ,,.     „,        ...  . „,. _ „ _     ,
1 this otlice until  l.UO P.M., on Tuesday
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice i-: hereby given that., on tho
first day e,f December next, application win he> made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel licensee to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as th» Lardeau hotel, situate at
Comiplix, in   the   Province  of    British
December 9, 1913,  for  the construction
of Wharfs-1 at Victoria Harbour, B.C.
Plans, specifications and form of con
tract can bc seen and forms of tender
obtained at this Department and at,
the District Engineers' offices at New
Westminster, B.C., Victoria. B.C., Con
federation Life Building, Toronto, Ont,
Post Office Building, Montreal, P.Q.,
and on application to tho Postmaster
at Vancouver, B.C.
Persons tendering are    notified tbat
tenders     will not be .considered  unless
made   on   the printed forms supplied,
1 and .signed with their actual sii-matures
stating their occupations and pfaces of
residence.   In the case of firms,     tho
I actual signature, the nature of the oc-
I cupation,    and place of    residence     of
; each member of the firm must be given
Each tender must be accompanied by
i an accepted cheque on a I'hartoied honk
1st is
RUSSELL  M.  EVANS,
Oc.29,   :o|. Applicant
Colombia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913  paynl> e to thc orde/ of ,hc     HoDO,'r-
able the' Minister ot Public Works, equal to five per ceDt (5 p.c. 1 of the amount of the tender, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to
enter into a contract when .-ailed upon to do so, or fail to complete the
work contracted ior. Tf tho tender be
not accepted the cheque will be returned.
The  department  does not  bind  itself
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent ot Provincial Police far
renewal  of  the hotel  license    to    soli
liquor    by    retail in the hotel known   '" aCCept ,he lowen 01' any tender.
By order,
R. 0. DESROCHER9,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, October 27, 1913.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement if they in°ert it without
authority from the Department.
a~ the'  Beaton hotel,   situate  at Beaton, in   the  Province  of   British  Columbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
H. NELLIS,
1st iss. Oc.2'.1, :*.oi. Applicant
MAGIC "A*™*;
NOBAKINGLA?El
*rS- POWDER 1
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Notioe is hereby given that, on the
first  day  of December next,    application    will    be    made  to  the  Superintendent    of      Provincial    Police     for
renewal  oi  the  hotel   license    to    sell
I liquor    by    retail in  the hotel  known
jas    the Halcyon  Hut  Springs    hotel,
j situate at  Halcyon, in  the    Province
j of British Columbia. 6
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
WILLIAM BOYD,
1st iss.  Oc.*•*'.*,  30d.
1st iss. Nov.5, 2t.
Ay
D|4>c Mair
vCt  3 Vigor
Clad to know you have used it Tell
your friends how it stopped your falling
hair and greatly promoted its growth.
Ask Your Doctor.      •%!;;,';;,*'llc7/,;',rr,v*
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SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MIKING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
In  Manitoba,   Saskatchewan  and  Alberta,    the    Yukon    Territory,      the
\pplicant   •'"•orth-west Territories nnd iu a por-
 ] tion of the Province of British  Col-
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Shffoft®
The   family   remedy   for   Coughs   ind Colds
"Shiloh costs  so   little   and does   so much 1"
LIQUOR ACT. 1910.
Noti-e is hereby given that on the
flrst day of December next application will be made to 'he Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of
the Hotel License to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as tbe Lake-
view Hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in
the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
CHAPMAN AND SMITH.
1st le*s. Oct. 25 one mon.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that on the
lir t day of December next, application
will be made to the Superintendent of
Provineia' Police for a renewal of the
hotel license to sell liquor by retail in
the hotel known ai Lardeau hotel, situate*! at Comaplix in the Provin.-e of
British Columbia.
Datod this *2.*)th dny of Otober. 1913
lit iss.  Oc.29,  30d. Applicant.
a. e. jew Err,
■imbia.  may be leased ior a term of
 _ twenty-one  years nt an  annual  rent-
Notlce is hereby given that, on the al °' ** arl acre. Not more than
first day of December next, appiica- 2'5W) acre« will be leased to one ap-
tion    will    be    made to  the Superin-  P'tcaat.
tendent of Provincial Police for Application for lease must be made
renewal of the hotel license to sell b' tl1* applicant in person to tbe
liquor by retail in the hotel known ' Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
as the Eva hotel, situate at Cam- ln wh'cb the rights applied for are
borne, in the Province of British    Co- ! situated.
lumbia. Tha lease will include tbe coal min-
Dated this 25thida; of October, 1913 ,n8 rights only, but the lessee   may,
H. G. WARE,      &• permitted  to     purchase  whatever
1st iss.  Oc.29,  30d Applicant  available surface rights may be con-
 — leidered  necessary fot  tbs working of
LIQI'OR ACT, 1910. the mlne at the rate of    110.00    an
                               acre.
Notioe ii hereby -neu that, on the In surveyed territory the land must
first day of December next, applii a- b* deecribed by sections, or legal
tion will be ma.le to the Superin- sub-divisions of sections, and in un-
tendenl ol Provincial Police for' surveyed territory the tract applied
renewal of the hotel license lo sell 'or ■ll*11 be staked out by the ap -
liquor hy retail in the hotel known , Plicant himself.
as ih-' Criterion hotel, situate ati Each applicant must be accompan-
Camborne, in the Province of British !,ed by a fee of Ji which will be re-
Columbia, j funded If the rights applied for    ara
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913Jnot available,  but not  otherwise.   A
W.  8. RENNIE,       royalty     shall    be paid on the mer-
lst iss.  Oc.29, ,10.1. Applicant  chantable output of the mine at th»
— i rate of flve cents per ton.
LIQI'OR ACT,   1910. The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returne
Notice i- hereby given that, on tho
first day of Dr.rml>er next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
ns tho Hotel Queens situate at Comaplix. in the Province of British
Columbia
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
J. H. YOUNG,
1st iss. Oc.29, 30d. Applicant
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay th*
royalty thereon. If the coal mining)
rights are not being operated, suoh
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. OORY.
I PAGE  EIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1913
MissParker Will -int' a -olo at the
evening -service at tbe Methodist church tomorrow,
Remember the Bazaar    and Turkey
Dinner of  St. Francis  Church, in    St.
Francis) HaU on the  18th  and 19th  of
v   . mber.   Dinnor 50 cents.
Where ne' vhi going ■ m T ■   laj   e\
eniag     next'.'   Why,  to  the   Hospital
Whist     Drive     in the     Citj   Hall.   I
wouldn't miss it for worlds,
come.   Beautiful prizes are to be play-1
ed for.
The famous .Tohn P. Clum illustrated lecture on California and the Pacific Slope, has delighted thousands,
Next Monday, Nov. 10th this illustrated travel talk will be given in the Pre*
b.v ten nn church. The slides are beautifully colored and the moving pic-
lures most unique. The public are
invited.   A  collectian  will  be  taken.
REVELSTOKE
CITY AND
DISTRICT
(Continued  from  Page One.)
$10 REWARD
810.00 REWARD—A reward of 110.00
will be paid for such information as
will lead to the arrest and convic ■■
tion of the parties who tore down
the bill board on Second struct, oast
the last night oi October.— Robert
Tapping.
ATTRACTIONS
AT EMPRESS
ide
Think ol the woi thi s ol thc cans.'
.•uul do all you c'tin to make the whist
di ne in the city 11.ill. uudi i* the tus-
pi es ol the Ladies i Io pil nl Gi    1 tht
.-■   ■■■■     a  -hould lie.
I,OF   C t  Mi.  Begbie,     nv i ■'■
and ii ion Is ni"     i eque ted  to st tend
ocial and whisl  dri i  nn M i daj
No'    10th, at tho new lodgi   rooms   in
St.   Francl   Hall.
Yon have a  ■■ ery -" "■ chn '   '
ning on" of the' lovely prizes being gi' -
«-n it  tbc  Ladiei  Guild  Whi     Drlv. in
the city Hall on    Tuesday   eve   de
Novembe llth    Refreshments  will    be
served and a _;. >o<l time is promi ■      i I
Keep  'he evening of Tuesday,  tvnv.
■1 Iih. free for the  IL. p    .'   WW
given by the Ladies  Hospital     Guild,
wlnn  the  best ol  tune.,  ik   promised.—
Lovely prizes are being  given.
The' Women'.- Canadian Club will
meet at the home ol Mr Walter
Bews on Monday evening n>'xi, No*-.
10th. Mr, B, U. Atkins will
ih" elub em "The' Resources of British
Columbia." \ fnll attendance of the
• lull members i- requested.
Mrs. Lashley Hall returned tbis
morning in company with Rev, Lashley Hnll from Vancouver, where hi
has been taking treatment the pa
few wcel -. She is considerably improved, end will rontinm t1 atraent at
home
at the evening service in Ihe Methodist church tomorrow (7:30 p.m.i
R.m . Lashley Hnll will take for theme
"Thc Fifth of November—its Relig
significance and bearings toi.iy." At
11   t.tn   he will speak itters
now hefore Ihe churcl     Sti   ■
visitors •    Revelstoki  s
come.   Bil      ■' hei I c.ri I
■ ■.-.- in  th'' afterno ii p.ra    I m
some eef these ihe pn lot ■
a series of so inlo ii lies     from
th"   'anlpoint of thi   Chrl tian c
ion
There will b. several first-class at-
: .t tion* M.t thii opular play house,
during thi next few weeks. Theatre-
.e.i    will no well to Lt'i'[.   ih.ii    eye
Dthi so m.nm:. v, I • n Lhe theatr.ie-al
!■• iv- will be found.
•THE BARRIER"
mi   t all readi      oi virile Both i
ol  the last   l" years.   " The Hani, r,"
has been b rare treat.   The play whi. li
Pn sbrey's   dramatization     oi
li a '     novel, is lull to the brim
with vigorous* action .uid stirring clim
,\m .   Tb  story ;> t< . well known   lo
Northwesi  readers to need recapitulation,   SntS ■■ .*. te.   ,i>   ih.ii the dram-
version, whicl   wil   i"     seen   it
i-      Bmpress  theatre  on    Nov.  12th,
loses nothing    oi    lhi   virllltj     which
maki t   uch a    trong   impress  on     the
oi .iny whe  read the booh.
Thc latvle-s   levR-in ay-care spirit   ol
Id miner's camp, against which
i- contracted *.h-  fearless daring of the
urmj   .em ei -thi   lendei foot   "soldier
mnn" from '.be politi   so. iety oi Ken -
* . k\'—is   faithfully   reproduced.   Three
unnecessary
o! tli" tour acts ai ■ laid no G de s trad
ing post at i imbeau on the Yukon, i
whi re Gal t murdi Usp ct. is tra k.
ed by his enemy, th- void blooded kill-
the denouement is
I In the polici barracks newly
. .: .   hed   .n the    ai ip.   While      the-
t, it is
thi
his swii theait «hich     is
>ry   Burrell
his g love foi    tin.
! ii   md  '.        nventioi al pn   id      .,
'       breed"  and  Necia  ioi n enl
•:   i  !, ■   ■    . ■■-■ ■       uowle ie"     thai
Ite the
■ Thi   who        is
welded Into *
[Ol
m n foltui ate •.,
i
with      coi i thi   '.a-*   great
heatre,   Nov    12
j [aisisartsiBiafsiaiaiaiaiaiaisfSfaiaMaiaia
S SALES and WANTS I
line Minimum 25c.   Cash in Advance fa
I
■Sa^Hiajaisiajawaarcu&cu^aiaiiaa
LUST—White Bull Terrier Pup,    with
ears cut, and gray spot on one side
HONOR ROLL
Standing of Various Classes
in the City Schools.
CENTRAL SCHOOL
Entrance     Class        (Div. 1)—Morion
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
  McRae,  Lydu      Morgan,
WANTED-  Agents  in  Revelstoke,  tor Gladys Campbell,  Garth
,,1111'k  selling domestic utility.     Bin ^idy,  Douttld  McGregor,
money tor hustlors.   Write for   par-
Write foi
ticiilars Waddy & Young, Northwest
Trust   Hid";.,  Vancouver, B.C,
WANTED—Position as Cook or lady's
help.    App:y A.R., Mail-Herald.
TO   RENT—Furnished     Rooms.
ply  39,  Fourth  street. N.8
Ap-
4t.
town  in which  to make a home
well   lighted,  lm.- a high    pres
I Miie  supply  of  pure  water  which  can
I be evt,'ii i.'.l to meel any future re -
I'M'-ment-, good drainage and sewerage, high-eltiss educational instltu-
;ion- in the way ot public and high
schooWi a Y.M.('.A. with a weli-
equippod gymnasium, two public parks
fair grounds, race track,    magnificent
Ultimo*.'      park     otl   Mounl     Revelstoke
connected with lhe city by trail, nice
homes aud gardens, and in iuct all
the modern conveniences thai go to
in,il.e a town attractive from a rosl -
den tiai     poini  ol    view.   (The    great
ilm."i- and tourist resorts oi ihe
Rocky   Mountain-  are    with.n a    low
I 's icach.i    (in,nl tlshine may     be
hntl m many of the adjacent streams
and lake-. Hunters will tind here re-
•oi ■ of big gamo with reliable guides
a* call.
IDEAL CLIMATE.
One oi ih most valuable assets ot
the district is its climate. His comparatively mild, equable according to
the Beasons, salubrious, bright and
sunshiny throughout the greater part
ol the year. Tbc heat is not excessive in midsummer; the evenings arc
always pleasantly cool. The winters
are not extreme, the temperature ra-
rely  falling   below  zero,  and  then not
I'X   '■Celine    t I'll   eleei.-eM    beloW   foi*   a     few ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
days in midwinter.     The nntural mo-
isture  is  sufficient   (o  make  initiation  WANTED—Young English  Lady
A  moro bracing at mo* -
I phere it would be difficult to lind.
The Governmenl records   show summer ainl winter ranges of temperature
■A.-     folloW-.
i Summer—July,  1909, Maximum  sti deg
July   19011,   M.nn. 77  deg;   July   1009
Minimum, W deg.;  July, 1909,  Mean
19 deg.
Winter— January,   l'JIO,  Maximum,   40
deg.;  Jan. 1910, Mean, 27 deg.-, Jan.
1910,  .Minimum,   12  b'-low zero.   Jan.
1010,  Mean.   17  above zero.
Precipitation—Summer,  1910,  2.32  in.
rain; Winter.  1910,  LU in.  rain, win
ter,  1910, 22.-J.tl in.  snow.
The   altitude   of   Revelsloke  is   1,100
ove  sea  level,    and it is    sub-
I'a ific Coast  winds influence,
guarant .•'  moisture and  mildness
with fine and  mnny weather.
RECENT DE\ ELOPMENTS.
:. nl  developments ut Rev-	
.1 as additional proof of the  FOR SALE—A 24 foot Motor Launch
Mr.
ening
land.
Mrs
i rain
H.E.  Roden left on  Sunday ev>
id return to his  home  in    Bag'
Mr. Bingham went     to  Merritt      o
Thursday morning on business.
Mrs. F.W. Laing will rooeive on Wei
Lawrence, Mabel Simmonds, Drina Msflay ftUornoon ,lt.xl, Nov. l'Jth.
Fraaer, Tommy Morris, Hila Tomlinson, Those worthy ol honorable men
tion—Mae Whittaker, Arvid Lundell,
Doris MeCarter, Harry Hack, Elvia
Johnson, Sylvia GaUicano.
Entrance Class.' (Div. *.»)— Oscar
Lundell, Abdrew Patterson, Frank
Patterson. Tivin Clough, Pearl Stacy,
Thoso  deserving   honorable  mention.—
Finder please return to No. 28, 4th'Cruluim Bruce, Bverette Eaton, Rulus
street,  cast.   Anyone  found  with tho   Stone, Delia Luughtou,  Johnny   Rob-
nine in their possession will bo pros  ertson.
vented. Junior    Fourth   (Div, 8).—Thomas
D.W. Foote  left  on   lho
Wednesday  morning  foi
early
visit
to  Vernon.
Mr.   W.M.  Lawrence ia back      again
from a holiday, most of it enjoyed at
TO  LET—Furnished  Six-roomed house
for the winter.   John Beck. 2t.
WANTBD—At   onci
light house work
young   girl   for
Apply Box  4(i',!.
Onah  Leigh,
Field,  Stella
Ada Burridge
Those showing  marked progress 'dur -
iny  the     month:--Howard Bradshaw,
JeHs'ic  McGregor,   Catherine  MeKinnon
Lily Petterson,  James Bourne,     Kail
I Granstrom,   Irene    Kimberley,     Sain
Needham.
Senior Third— (Estella Shuttlewood,
Doris Oartwrighl, Doroen Smythe,
Mary Bell), (Ragnor Granstrom, Florence MacDonald, Irene Morgan, Kathleen Sutherland), 'Robert Gordon,
Willie McRae, Victor Madden,) (Muriel
Southworth, Esther Abrahamson),
Cordon Campbell. Honorable mention:—Myrtle Hamilton, John Mo-
Kinnon,   Eva  McMahon,  Roy   Lnw.
Senior Second Reader, (Did. !*>.)—
Wentworth Smythe, Hugh McRae,
Dorothy Bunnell, Christina Owens, Ar
thur Needham, Ernest Bradshaw, .\f-
nes Cressman. Those deserving honorable mention:—Tritfie Leigh, Willie
Jamieson, Doris Siegfried, Jack Madden, Arthur Davis, Godfred Carlson.
Junior Second Reader (Div. 6.)—
Walter Grossman, Alfred Bourne, Stew
art Burridge, Allister McRae, George
Morgan, Honorable mention:—Tom
Doi hard, Christopher Terry, Cathie
Dochard, Tom  Madden.
First   Reader,      (Div, ll.)- Margaret
Mdcholson, Tony  Oaoueffin,  Jack Cart
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       wriirht, (Luly.- Madden, Bi-idemnn Tay
FOR RENT—Eight roomed bouse,$25-   lor,  Jlustlzin Truwli,     Honorable men
Six-roomed bouefe,  $30,  conveniently   lion    Margaret  Colder,   Stuarl      Mc-
situated.—H.N.  Coursier. Lean, Flore  Hamilton, Jamos .lam
 lieson,  Nellie'  Allen,  Wllla   Smythe.
Miss Currie ot Selkirk school, was
oll duly lust week with a seiere at-
lack ol the grippe.
seeks
.-,'ituation as help in private family.
Apply V. Piggot, Blrohlands, P. O.,
12-Mile,  Golden, B.C. Nv.l It.
PIANO LESSONS - On thc 1st of
November, Prof. A. Do Feo, will
start his class of Piano Lessons in
his Studio at the corner of Second
street and Railway avenue. Phone
202. The teacher prefers to teach the
pupils at their own home' .
Oot.29, lm.
LABOR SUPPLY — Contractor for
piece work or straight work. Apply
to Japanese Boarding House,
street, East.
First.
ml
BUSINESS
LOCALS
Coming text week
\ .     . uu with
Ol  course >..ii   will  taki h   the    St.
Francis   Church Baza ir  and    Turkey
Dinner on 'he 18th ami 19th is
iy 50 'er■   admission.
Any family dealing -.*
oot till . - cn'- o:  li fh
ufa    ;rc *hat will en.
tv-- .i i        linn
charge.   This is not Ol
tviE'lt'- om
win, an 1   loubtful at thai
ol    Th .    will I
■
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il Ltd.
.
.
■
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Foi   Bah
n
Hoy'      Boy.
froi      !  wson's
-
.   s
Howson
com; '
• ■ itters.
Th.
Fieedy Moneya
ibility of it- c|lizens
their  ultimate  faith in  the future    of
;.        strict, may he mentioned.
LANDS OPEN
:   of the Railway bolt
B 'im.  i.ona Ode
ai     : . ■     io iak'- up
•ction-  of  i he soil of glor-
■ most  favor-
Mil    C \1 ITALISATli'N
T    ■'
•   .a   the shape
'  Mi uni Rev
■ for auto:
M iunt
'  ■■ . .   thous-
•*   nigh     n :    OI  J e'lght      Sejuaro
:Z i
n Selkirk
•  ciad  pear.
•
rid tra
■ elled  • a, mtain '
.
,:
1]
■     .
I,'.
■
,1
Seven H.P., Fairbanks engine, with
reverse. Will sell reasonable. Apply
to F.N.  Roberts,  Arrowhead, B.C.
WANTBD—Smythe's Employmant Oi •
tee, men for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythe's Employment Oi
fice,  First street, Revelstoke,  B.C.
WANTED—Washing woll and carefully
done at the Colored Hand Laundry,
McKenzie and Victoria Road, Fone
299,
WANTED — Nursing, apply to Mrs.
McDonald, Coimauerht avenue, sec
ond door from Second Street, between First and Second s'treets.
First Primer (Div. 7)—Mario Prad-
olina, Thelma Hull, Allied Burridge,
Marjorie Cleland, Irwin Hul. tic lion.
orablc mention.—Stuart Laughton.
Second Primer—Alleon Lees, Blair
Dickson, Borden Mclntyre, Netherley
Kilpatrick, Arthur John on. Honorable mention:—Brven Blndermann.
Receiving Class I I>i\. s.i —Marjorie
Roberts, May Robert-, Paul Wiptli,
Kellli' tli   Hews,   Arthur   lligg-.        Coill-
niendM 	
Jeannie Johnson, Evelyn Parry, Dav
id Williamson, Hilda Garnett, Marjor
ie Garnett.
Mr. U.S. MeCarter returned Thurs -
day nighl trow a length; sitting of
the Fall Assizes held at Vernon.
Mrs. Brodie, who has hcen eujoylny
a length; visit to our city with hei
nephew, Mi. A, McRae, left uu Thins
day   for her  home  in  Winnipeg,
Thc Women's Canadian Club will
hold their rcgulur monthly meeting at
ihe home' of Mrs. Walter Bews on Mon
day evening, Nov, loth. An address
will lie given by Mr, Atkins.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Donaldson and Mr
and Mrs. Res- Donaldson, returned tc
town Sunduy morning from 0 jauut of
two weeks during whioh time they vis
ited  Vancouver,   Battle  and  1'ortlund
The Ladies oi St. Francis are pre"
Paring ior a big crowd at their bazaai
on Nov. 18th and lllth. on tho even
ing of both days a lull course dinner
\\illbe served from ii to 8 (/'-lock at
 ents.
Candi'1 lighl and goblin face gavi a
weird and witching eflect to thu home
of Mrs. H. J. McSorley lasl Friday
night. Hallowe'en and Johnnie. Mc
Sorley's thirteenth birthday wen- celebrated by a crowd (if .-mull friend
whose reel- were guided and abetted
i' three of the teachers in costumes be
fitting the niirlit. Miss Williams look
ed handsome as a witch, Mis- Kolun
-on was a l'"o.I Fair; and Miss Ron
ertson a creep; looking ghost.       All
lhe values ul Hallowe'en were played
apple , keys, lead, and mus perform
ed their my-ii' rite until suppei timi
Twenty-sis iai down pi a banquet table which Mrs. McSorlej   had loauud
FANCY DRESS BALL—The Fancy
Dress Rail, under the auspices of
K re Bri cade No. 1, will he held on
December 3rd, 1013. t.d.
SELKIRK SCHOOL
Receiving Class A.— Dollie Shepherd,
[Gertie Garland and Gordon Kenward,
Mar; Kilpatrick.   Honorably mentioned:—Bruce Hume. Wil ber t .Line., Kath
I leen McSorlej .
Class B.—John Fleggcr, Ruby Ruth-
i ei-ford, Lei ii i.i Fetanti.
High  First      Primer—Laura   Purvis,
1 Rabid    TieMiii.  John Crawford.  Honorably    mentioned :—Annie Brogolisso,
Mens  Walbura,  Charlie Henderson,  M.
| Pugsley,  Albert  De Feo.
Low See ond Primer—Alberta Hobson
La i •
you and friends I
City Hall oi   'I
ol Novel    •
A- econdha
• la r, foi
h ti! . thins
then Is lots ol har
^n I art   .   na; i'-o    -.-  Bos
Don't forget *h    - *   :••
JTair,  18   ind  i • of thi A
•■>• dinner served
it only 50   ents.
GALT  COAL  i-  handc.
in RevelR'.oke \,j the  Ri   slsiolu    it.
eral  A(r»D' les, Ltd
W.J.   Cur'i ,   piano  tui • r.    I...    4 it.
the city about  No- emtx r
left at R.■■■'•       ...
prompt   i"i'ntion.
Horstt  B'ankels,   iol.es,   ileigh    - .
iileighs, toboggans,   nowshoe . ■*
Bourne's. 2t.
Get your heating stove-, a^h siftei
coal hodi,     stove     pip's, etc,      ' ■•
Bourne Pro-., they i arry the     i      snd
io the biiBiness. 2t.
ar.  beinir
*
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[OO
Weeklj
15     Mn'ir,"
Call, m ihr«<  parts,   fine
K lair  *   *>*.   ••'  v        Boi a-      M i ■
lickel     Gs imoi'     •>      ■
Heart   of    -*i Heatfien, "    oa.-i ,
great Powen feature. Princess ot the
Extensive proparatie.n- an- beinc Valley, Cool Question, Hv Mayei .
made for the Whist Drive at the City Wednc dav, The r0i\r e.f the D.8.A.,
Hall on Nov. llth by the Hospital Power ol Horedlty, Mothi Birthday,
aGuild.   All are cordially invited     to, Almoin Rescue,  Dad and  tbe Olrls.
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i* -   in      the
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Ml  members in
A
«*nt
BIRTHS
HOI MK *> R« el toke, B.C., on the
r.lh Inel . ti. Mr and Mrs. Holmes,
of th'   Fort i  Mill ,  L'I . aK'.n.
RF.V ELSTOKE     HARDWARE
CO.'S    RIG  KEY CONTEST—
HANDSOMK     NKW   WILLIAMS
DROP HEAD SKWIXC, MACHINE
HN      W*. \Y   AHSOLITKLY
FREE
we     an    li ' i ibuting a   l*os ol
rill open a lock
in Ing on n     New
■I    bins   ... fl  ihe
ke;  win     ih.-
i as kej a it>b
Mh    pm  hase,
lo  si    as I    iun i.n ■■ two keys
■
el.(I and on 'U
bi SUtHul  ma' h ■
be  proud to  possess
ab '   .'• lv nothinL'
for a large   ea
.   di      * Itb a f 'ii I ie    ci
is and oui prioes are.
ntfht.
'i ii     ont<        foi 'he pm |", e ni
■" tun ■• who
  . ' orner   an I
'i i im iation oi those
we i i -   had the pie isure of serv-
We   «■,II  a.p ■ i m .    the "lay   whi'n
all io i    H   i.e u  tried In the lock.
Yours  truly,
Rovelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Rovelstoke,  B.C.
wiih  nU   the ■jo,nl  things   healthy
petites can enjoy.   At twelve     o'do i
ghosts  witches  umi  revellers  departed
for home.
Mrs. J.D. Sibbald, the cievei hostess
oi   "Sibbaldene,     «a  at  home yestei
Ernest  Field,  Agnes  Johnson   day afternoon toa lurge  number     o1
fiiends. The very unpropitious waile-i
had no deterring eflect ou the attend
unce, noi on the spirits of thu gin
ing.   Refreshments wer.-   wrved
in the afternoon ami in this duty Mr
Sihbuld  wa-ably  a--isiej  Iiy  .Mrs.  C
Holten, Mrs. W.M. Lawrence, Mrs. W.
li. Sutherland aud Miss Kathleen Bibbald.   Nine  tablet     were formed     for
"600" inel a numbei oi games played
Mrs.  W.M. Lawrenoe with  the higl
score    wua a handsome pan  of Royal
Doulton    candlestii ks.      Mrs.    Robert
Urquhart, a close see ond, reoelvod     a
silver     bob-hon di-'h.    \   lovely cream
und BUgar in Limoges Ciuna was aw-
ardod  us a  consolation  to   Mr-.   F.W.
Laing.   In the evening     Miss Sibbald
       und  Mi. .Ju k SiPbuid, entertained tbt
IKathleen Bquarebriggs, Dorothy Nei-, youug people to one of the pleusantcst
ison. Honorably mentioned:— Harry panics ol thc season. Nine tables
[Anderson, Gordon Hooley, Josophine played "Shu ' from nine o'cloe k until
! Sninani.
High     Soc I  Primer -Pied   Skene,
Rosie Kiev, Bvolyne Ford, Honorably iii'iiiinneel —LhhIii Pradolini,    Geo.
Wil    Joe  I'liii"-s.i.     Muy  McLcod.
| Mary Howson, .lohn Gosh, Katie B un
Frank Fitanti.
Fli * Reader, cia A.—Nicholas Pa-
ppu . Wemiall Porter, Ann, Gallicana
and  We- ley  Henderson.
Clai I* Rosamund Lawrence, Don
aid  Kilpatrick, Ainu    Corning.      Hoii-
.irabh mentioned:—Helen Briggs, Rosie Rowlett, Archie Rowlett, Joe Rowlett, Edna Fraser, Charles Mackinrot,
Willie Robinson.
Low Becond    Render— Veioiiica Pale   I .   Ruih  Goodwin and  Harold  Porter,   James   Millar.   Honorably   ment-
i..m-i 1    Cecil   Kimberley,   Jack   Carmi-
i.if I
High Second Header—Brnest Frey,
Eugene Camozzl, listclle McDonnell.
Honorably     mentioned—Aileen    Law-
'    .   hoioiby  Purvis,  Janet  McLun-
dio,  Jamieson  Crawford, Tnnnis Juck
,in. Gordon Ye.uul'. Mai
Han   Hayward.
Third Ren'ei — Elsie- Frey, Chester
Laugheed, Robert Beech. Honorably
mentioned:—Tilly Frey, Jennie Smith,
Ruih  Lindmark,   Jack Murray.
Pourih   Reader—Jean   Patrick,   Dor-
! othy Mackinrot,  Ida Hay.      Honorably    mentioned:—Jack Fromey,     Cecil
Johnstone.      Stanley    Gale,     Harold
(ioodwin.
neurly  twelve.   Mis- Hardie and     Ml
McRae being the prize winners,    whil*
Mrs.  L.W. Wood and Mr.  Yiney,     ro-
' cued handsome consolations.    Mu .
and dancing     were     enjoyed   '.ill  ibe
■ niiiii  lioin    ..:'  the  morning.
Dec. 23—Matheson, Lang and Britton,
Bmpress theatre.
Miss Marj Ard McKenzie, chic! superintendent of lhe- Victorian order ol
nn es uu Canada,   pent  Friday    in
 lty.   Mi-- McKenzie wbo ha   beei
ine- thc middle oi August on a. tout
nf inspection of the northern au-i wet-
tern hospitals, visited the Queen Victoria hospital of Revelstoke yesterday
morning. She found everything in
splendid condition, the staflfl all very
busy, anil thc new hospital a great
improvement. Mis- McKenzie announces that the Victorian Order is in t
most prosperous condition. Last yeai
the Duchess of Connaught, who u> p:,-
Ironesa for Canada lakes an active interest in thc order, raised nn endowment fund of 1222,000, the interest oi
which is used  to extend the work     in
,"'""'    "t'iT   outlying districts.   Many  new nursing
I Ringer, Lil- f *
homes have been form'-d recently    and
our province i- reaping the benelit already. Last month nurses were appointed to nearly all the suburban villages near Vancouver. Very soon dis
trict nurses each working under the
charge ofa responsible committee will
be appointed to all the rural districts
in the interior of B. C. Part of the
cost will bc supplied from t'hc endowment fund. Miss MeKenrie left this
morning to inspect the hospital at
Chase, B.C.
I h .
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1913!
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE NINE
f
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Revelstoke Assessment
District, Province of British Columbia.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Tuesday the llth Day of November, A.D. 1913, at the hour of 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, at the Court House, in the City of Revelstoke, B. C, I shall sell at public auction the lands hereinafter set out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on
the 31st Day of December, 1912, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising the said
list, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED
NAME OK PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OK PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL
Arrow Park Townsite.    Subdivision of Lot 4269 and part of Lot 373.    G I. Plan No. 727.
Kootenay Orchard Association  Lot  3a   5.12 arcs
Wilson.  Rich Lot
C. S. Dodson  Lot,
John McDonell  Lot.
Geo. Atkins  Lot
A. C. Holmes 	
Mrs.  Marv Wakelin  Lot.
O. W. Wakelin Lot..
C. D.  Kimble  Lot.
c. D. Lyday  Lot..
Thos. p. Sommerville  Lot.,
Walter B. Sweeting  Lot.,
L. Seaby Lot.
H. L. Pattison  Lot.
F. E. Myhill  Lot.,
Jas. Naylor  Lot.
Jas.  M Mnllin  Lot.,
Mrs. s. Hewtns  Lot.,
Mi-'- Teresn  Daly  Lot..
Mrs. F. M, Fowler  Lot.,
A. R- Squire  Lot.,
R. M. Todd  Leet..
j. R. McPherson  Lot..
John L. Scott  Lot.,
K.   I.e-iseC-l.-l    .....Lot
H. P. Orr  Lot.
A. R. Squire  Lot.
10   4.99 a
20   4.76 acres
2G   8.03 acres
21   7.77  acres
Lot  35  H'.55 acres
37  10.03 acres
38  10.00 acres
•10  10.00 a.res
11  10.00 acres
42  10.00 acres
. 47
.. 90
. 94
,. 97
,.101
.105
,112
,113
.115
,.150
.151
,152
.155
..Kn
.10.00 aeres
.10.15 acres
. 9.70 acres
.10.01 a .-res
„ 4.79 a.res
. S.S
. 7.11
.10.61
1.50
1.25
3.75
2.00
2.On
, ? 1.60
  3.15
  10.25
  2.00
2.75   13.70
7.90   12.85
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
7.50 .
2.50
1.25
J. I-I
2.25
5.55
   -.44 a'■■re-* ,
  9.99 acres
 10.11 aeres
174  10.00 a rea
IT'S.179  20.39 acres
. 3.93 aeres  ,   2.25
,ie.7i acres 	
acres  ,	
acres 	
ires  ,  2.78
acres   2.25 ,
  0.70
  2.5H
  7.110
  2.50
  5.00
12.85
6.18
2.50
•i.oii
82.50
11.90
5.40
15.15
5.00
6.30
6.80
28.00
.10....
 i     -lA.'l
.05	
.... 1.00 	
      2.30
.45	
.... 1.00 	
.10	
.... 1.00 	
.10	
.... 1.00 	
      5.10
.10;....
.... 1.00 	
.SO	
.... 1.00 	
.10	
.... 1.00 	
    10.45
.10	
.... 1.00 	
.10	
....  1.00 	
      0.75
.10	
.... 1.00 	
      3.60
.10	
.10	
.... 1.00 	
      6.10
.70	
... 1.00 	
.10	
... 1.00 	
.05	
. . 1.00 	
      9.05
.65	
      8.65
.10	
... 1.00 	
.10	
...  l.UO  	
.55	
„.. 1.00 	
.10	
... 1.00 	
.10	
... l.OO 	
      3.35
.70	
    13.40
.10	
... 1.00 	
      9.90
.80	
... l.OO 	
     10.On
.10	
... 1.00 	
.■Jn	
... 1.00 	
.-    34.80
Arrowhead Townsite.    Subdivision part Lot 384, G. I. Plans 631-63la.
Mr.-. Georgina Hallard  Hlock 1. Lot 1. House  S 1C.00
Chonu Hong Company  Block 1, Lots 4-6, Store  28.70
Kwom; Sing Yuen Co Block I, Lot 5, Store   82.00
Margaret McGaghtan  Block 1, Lot 7   B.00
Florence M. Wallace  Bloek 1, Lot- B-9. Store  46.80
John and Robert Caley  Block 8, Loti 1-2, Hotel, Lo*.   17 ani HaU   130.00
W. J. Lightburne  Block 3, Lots 5-6-7-, Hotel 10-11   108.00
Newman, Geo. K Block 3, Lots 8-9, Store   40.00
Big Bend Lumber Co Block 3, Lots 16-16 and two boueei   7.00
Mrs. E.  J.  Kerr  * Block 3, Lot- 18-19 ami    ■                       C.00
W. .1. Lightburne  Hlock  I, Lot 1   9.00
C. H.  K.nny  Block   I, Lot- 3 to ". Ine  6.86
N. A. McEachern Block .**.. Lot 6, and House  2.00
Mike Kuriak  Block 5, Loti 12-13-14. and House   6.80
E.   McGaghran Est Block 5, Lot- 15 and 17  2.00
Thos. R. Parry  Block 7, Lots  1-2-:'.. HoUte and Stable  5.00
W. C. Brewer  Block 7. Lol  I    nd House   1.00
S. Jr.in H'° ^ 7, Lot 5 76
N. B. Smirti Blocl; 7, Lot- ll. 12, 13, and House  12.00
W. C. Brewer  Block 8, Lots  1-*.'. and House   8.00
Alex Purney  Blo'k  8,  Lot= 7-8    1.50
Percy Boyd  Block 8, Lot-  1-  >o 20, anl House   4.60
Wallace Ludgate  Block o. Lot 7  8.40
Wm. H. Martin  Block  10. Lot  .'!. and House   33.00
N. McEachern  Wok   10, I.e.ts 0 to 11  Ine've  4.80
Mrs. Sarah Gibson  Block 4. Lot  13   8.00
('apt. L. Tl. Fraser Blo. k  i. Lot- 17 and 18, and House...  40.00
C. II. Kenn..y  Block 5, Lots 3 an!  I   1.60
K. MjQaghran U'i    ffl. !. Bloek 15 and House  9.00
Mrs. Mary S. Smith  Part Lot  384 G.  1 . 1" are-   8 00
Alex McLennan  I'"1  Lot 384, Q    I.. 1 acre   1.60
Caspar R, Ohenery  Pari Lot 884, M'xW   1.78
MrM. May Anderson  Lots 1  i.e 11. Block 0. Building, plan 681D  son
 $ 1.45	
..  $i no 	
 >  (2.05
    2.95...
.. 1.00 ..
::.' 55
    8.26 ...
.... l.OO 	
     19.60
 25...
.. l.i'O
      , .'.
     21.55  	
    B.06...
1 im
    -i.*.ii
       11*4.15  	
  101.86  	
     9.75...
....    7.50....
1.01
    30.-0  ....
     3.nn
       38 .
15
.... 1.00
1   llle
1   e„.
	
      9.80 .,
      5.93
	
    11.40
      8,35  .. ..
.50....
1.00
      1 J.S".
 25,,.
 26 ..
 10...
 25	
 16	
1.00 	
.... 1.00 	
.... l.nn 	
.... 1.00 	
.... 1.00 	
 1.80
       1.95
     7.05
	
      3.60  	
      6.05 	
    11.66
     1! 00
      4.15
  1   .60 	
            "e*e ....
 85 ...
..1
... 1.00 	
1 nn
... l.OO   	
|  on
... l.OO   	
     j *.*.-,
      1.75
      2.53
        1.15   	
      1.06 	
    26.15
             *      "I
    64.68
      4.08
 15   .
	
 >.'    .
 70    .
       18....
 05	
... 1.00 	
.... 1.00 	
... 1.00 	
... 1.00 	
... l.OO	
... 1.00	
... 1.00 	
	
       * 15
      2.00 	
      62.95
      8.55
     IC 10
      1.60 	
      2.80 	
    10.60    	
      M0
Burton City Townsite, Subdivision Lot 745, G. I. Plan 637.
R.  Williamson  Blook 3,
Eva o'llenrn Bloek 3,
Lot  16  i $     .50
I '7  and  1-       6.30
1.00
1.90
,.% .......81.00
..   1.78  1.00
%   .'.r.o
..   10.95
1 PAGE TEN.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 19131
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
F.  Western    Block  3,  Lot  19  „.. 3.45
Jobs Liuess  Block 3, Lots 20-21, and Stable   0.65
A. A. Burton  Block 3, Lots 13 and 14,   1.60
F. Daly  Block  I, Lots 0 and 10 and Holts.'   1.25
Byron Burton  Block 4, Lol. 15   2.08
A. A. Burton  Block 4, Lot Hi   1.05
Thos. F. Lane  Block 7, Lot 43  SO
A. A. Burton  Block 7, Lot l-l   SU
Alex McDonald  Block 8, Lot 15   1.30
Frank Daly  Block 8, Lot 16   1.85
F. G. Fauquier   ...Block S, Lot I'.i  <  &%•
Stevens-Dieson   Company    Block 8, Lot *.'0   3.815
Sidney  Leary   Bloek 12, Lots  I and 6, and  Hous? 	
A.  A. Burton  Block  1*-', Lot 7 	
K.  Fassor   Block  12,   Lot  17	
Wm. Lovatt Block   12,  Lot  18 	
,1. c. G-ore  Block  13. Lois | an,i a 	
A. A. Burton Block 13, Lois .*',-10 to '-'0   	
3.10
1.115
3.38
1.05
1.60
4.511
2.55
1.15
1.40
1.00
1.40 ...
1.30 ...
1.00 ..,
1.30 ...
1.30 ..
'-'.05 ...
.110 ...
1.3H ...
LOO ...
'-'.80 ...
7.70 ...
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL
     1.15..
  1.00 ,.
      H.W
 10..
  1.00 	
 05..
  1.00 	
 20..
 05,.
  1.00 	
  ,      2.18
 05..
....... 1.00 	
 ,       1.85
 05..
      3.-U
 10..
  1.00 	
 15..
  1.00 	
 55..
,  1.00 	
 75..
  1.00 	
 15*..
  1.00 	
      6.30
 10..
  1.00 	
 7.5..
....... LIKI   	
      6.40
 10..
 08.,
    1.00 	
 20..
_  LOU 	
Beaton Townsite.   Subdivision Lots 502 and 505.     G. I. Plans 756
Mrs. F.  J. Fraser  Block 1, Lots 4-9  to 17-10, and house20-21-22, house 34       6,15
B.  J. and G.  Edge  Block 1, Lots 8 to 8, Blacksmith shop and Stable  4   3.25
A. B.   Witter   Block 1, Lot 23, and House        1.1)0
Mrs.  F.   J.  Fraser  Blo.*k 2, Lots l n„d 3   58
H.  G.   Nellis      ..Block   I, Lots  1  to 4,  and Hotel   132.50
B. J.  Branford  Block ■!, Lots 5 to 8. House and Blacksmith shop       0.00
Mr-.  F.   J.  Fraser  Block  4,  Lots 12  lo   Id   .       1.20
J.   A.   K.   Tobin   Blo.k -I, Lots 17 lo 20, and House ,      2.00
Mr-. F.J. Fraser  .  Block 5, Lots 1-2-5-0  SO
J.  Fraser  Bloek  6,  Lot   11    , all
W. Graham  Blo.k 6, Lois 12 to 14 nnri House     3'J.2n
J.  Fraser  Block 7, Lots 1 to 7 , 75
J.  Fraser  Blo.k 16, Lois  1   to 8        1.60
J.  Fra-e'i*  Block 20, Lots 1  to fi        1,80
S.  A. Webb  Block L'O,  Lois 7 and  S       1.01)
K.  Hillman   Block 20,  Lois 13 and  14   50
Mr-.  F.   J.  Fra-er  Block 24, Lots 1-2 and House       2.00
E.  Hillman   Block 24, Lots 5 to .X  ,       LOO
Mr-.   F.   J.   Frasei    Block  2s*,  Lot  1   :,t
J. H.  Croft   Block  29,  Lots  1  to   I  and   House ,     19.10
 8
Mr-.
F.
Mrs.
F.
Mr-.
F.
Mr-.
F.
Mrs.
F.
.30 $1.00
.10  1.00
.05  l.lll)
.05  1.Q0
21.68  LOO
.10  1.00
.05  l.oo
.io  l.oo
.0.5  l.OO
.05....  l.nn
10.70  l.OO
.05  l.on
.0.5  1.00
.05  l.oo
.05  l.OO
.05  1.00
.10  1.00
.05  l.OO
.0.5  I.IK)
3.20  l.nn
7.45
3.35
2.05
i tin
155.15
10.40
2.25
3.10
,1.85
1.55
.50.90
1.H0
2.65
2.8B
2.06
1.55
3.10
2.05
1.55
23.00
I
!
Re-subdivision Lots 502 and 505.   Plan 756a.
Mrs. F. J. Fraser  Lots l-7-14a-14c-15-16n  S 12.00
E.  Hillman  Lots II and 111)   5.00
S.   A.   Webb   Lot  17   1.50
S.  A.  E. Hillman  Lot 19   1.50
M.s. N. Abrahamson  Lot 20   2.00
Hillman  Asa  L Lot  22  1.28
Robt. Gunn  Lots 25 and 26   5.00
 $ l.o-,....
....S1.O0  	
 20.. ..
.... 1.00 	
      0.20
 05	
.... l.no 	
      2.55
 05....
....  LOO  	
      2.55
 in...
 05....
.... l.OO 	
.... 1.00  	
3.10
      2.30
	
 45....
Comaplix Townsite.   Subdivision Lots 1141 and 1142.    Plans 632 and 632a. and 632b.
J. H. Vouum;   Blok 12, Lot 7  $   2.50
J. H. Young   Block 13. Lots 5-6 anl  House 	
J. H. Youn_-   Block 13,  Lot  7.  and House       12.50
R. M. Evans  Blo.k A. Lot 10 and stable 12 and Hot.  »  108.00
 $    .20
     3.30.
  14.20,
$1.00  $   3.70
1.00      46.80
l.OO  ,  123.20
Edgewood Townsite.    Subdivision Lots 182a.-183a.   Plan 915.
.1.   H irol 1  Cl >v   Lot   11
John  A.   Craven   Lot 36
 , $   3.00  ....
       3.00   	
.*?    .20 S1.00  $   7.-20
,.     .20  1.00       4.20
Subdvision sub-lots 39 and 40.    Plan 924
  ..^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^B l,«;
W. A.  Calder  Lots !>2 and 93 ...   3.30
'.75  ...
l.c;
..$  .io si.no
...      .in   1.00
5.70
5.35
Ferguson Townsite.   Sub-Lots 1140-1145.    Plan 671
Mr-.  I 	
Leonard Pi  y.
i'.ck   !,
 il
....
I'.  K     -  L.
 i< :
 '■'..
 Block 1,
«.-''■-  Block  1,
Mi-. P.. i: •  i:
 Work   J.
'i.y   \.  Laflerty  iilo'-k  2,
 Uh, k   J.
 ilio k 2.
John I.n*.v ... li.
B. I rilly  „. Block 2.
•lohn Do *■  Mock 2,
.1 ime-   I. -       E Block   2,
" *       Block  2,
W. B. Pool .'.n<*> .1. .1.  Young  I
Ferguson  E«t.  in.!  Wilker  I'loek '.'.,
n. H.  McLean     Block '■',.
HiTter  Robinson    HL.rk  .'!,
Dennis McCarthy  Block .:,
!'  Gallon and Company  Blo     I,
loo!  nnd Youn;-  Dlock 4,
Ferguson Kst. .ind Walker  Block i.
H. Floyd   fcBlock 5,
Geo. Newman  I'lork L
■
■
■
■ ■
I
■
: ti  i
•■■
Lo inl  7 	
Lot
Loi
i. *
Im    *
1*'    o it?. 21..
Lots   1-7-8-1 I i
	
I...   ' 	
Lo-   10  	
I-'      I   lo 7 	
Loi    H to 12	
Lot-.  13 to 21 	
I."'   I and Bui'
Lot  '.t	
I   :,
I.JO
,80
..-<
3.7!	
,....$1.00 	
S.20	
....  LOO  	
2.25	
.... l.oo 	
1.2.5	
.... l.on 	
.25	
....  1.00 	
1 25
\    .15	
.....<5i.no  ,
.... l.no 	
.... 1.00 	
2.40	
                  i"j ->o
'.1.15	
.... l.oo 	
.... l.nn   .
.... 1.00 	
J. 15	
1.55	
2.20	
4.15	
22,30	
....  1.00 	
.... l.no 	
1.30....,
.... 1.00 	
.... 1.00 	
.15	
9.80...
.... l.no	
.... 1.00 	
.15	
.... 1.00 	
    1.5a SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE ELEVEN
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
•\.
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL.
G. Van Nostrand  Elock 5, Lot 10
Mx*f
Malleus  Blook 5, Loi 13
Mat how  Roid  Bloek
Lot 18
Angus Campbell  Block 5, Lot 10
John McDonald  Block 5, Lot 20
Joan O. Ellis  Block 5, Lot 121
Fred T. Conway  Bloek 6, Lot 22
W.  M. Drown   ...; Block (i, Lot 2 ..
Roisterer and Company Est. ...
7.00
6.18
1.00
10.55
 Block (i, Lots 3 and 24
R.  P. Pettipiece  Block 6, Lot (i and Building  fc.     n
1.00
2.00
70
Guy A. Laflerty
Bloek 0,  Lots 7 and 8     \\.();,
Mrs. S. O'Connor  Block 6, Lots a  -.iid IS
, Block
^              1  18.30
Robt. Howson  Block 6, Lot 13                      ,-,n
J. H. Harria  Block ii. Lots lt ami 15  1;; 70
Thos.  Moro  Bloek (J.  Lot   Iti                          JS
G. W. Urquhart  Block (i,  Lot 17   '.              ........... l" ;",n
ind
F.   Carlson    Blo.k   I), Lot   1^
Ferguson lOst. anel Walker  Bloek ti, Lots *.'l
Andrew Ferguson  Block 6, Lol 23 	
T. Gallon ami Company  Block 7, Lots 4 and ." 	
Mrs. B. Clark  Block 7, Lot i; 	
Donald Mcintosh   «m Block   7.   Lots  R   t.i  10  	
Ferguson Est.  and  Walker  Block 7, Lots 7-15  to 24 	
Angus McDonald   Block 8, Lots  I and 2 	
Ferguson   Est.   nnd   Walker   Blo.k 8, Lot- .*'.  lo   11-13  to 22
F.  L. Houston  Block  8,   Lot 31	
Robt. Howson  Block 0 Lol 5  ,
Ferguson Est. and  Walker  Block 0, Lots 6 to 8-1*3 to -4
Pool and Young  Block 9,  Lot   10  	
H.  J. Hanbury Block 9, Lots 11  aud 12 	
5.90
.25
10.90
4.70
12.50
.25
2.30
.25
..50
.50
.25
4.55
B. Crilly  Elock   10,  Lots Sand   I  12.30
Rich.  Davis  Block  10,   Lot 5  "" ■_..,
John Knowl.s  Block   10.  Lot   (i  ,-lM
Ferguson Est.  and Walker  Bl.uk  10, Lois 7-10 to 24  05
J.  0. Klrkpatrick  ..Blo.k  10, Lol 8 ntvd house „  27.ln
Ferguson Est.  and Walker   Blocks   11 to   14,   84   Lois   '"    ["" ,-0
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Block 15, Lots I  to 24   '05
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Block 16, Lots 1 to H, ll  and 12   05
Wm. Daney  Dlock  16, Luis 9 ;linl  10   .50
Ferguson Est  and Walker  Block 17, Lois I to 3-7 to 10  „  ,o-,
J. A. Mahn  Block 17,  Lot 4 I...!..l......." .50
H. anl ii. Nellis  ....Block 17. Lot 5 and House   71m
Nels Anderson  Block 17, Lot II   ,  50
Ole M. Johnson  Block   17. Lot   12   ?, $o
Ferguson Est, and Walker  Block 13, Lots :. to 8-10 and 11  ,  #05
Mammie Turner  Block IS, Lot 9   jq
O.A.   Irwin  Blo.k  IS,  Lot  12  t  2.30
Ferguson Est. an i Walker  Blocks 1:1 i0 28, 2ir. Lots   l.oo
Ferguson Est. and Waller  Blocks 20, Lots 2 to 9-1-7 to 22   ,05
M. M.  Pettipiece  Block 20. Lot 1              ..„ l's.-,
Guy A. Laflerty  Block 29, Lot  10  , ,"""    '"] 4 en
Robt.  Samson  Block 29, Lot  12               5,55
Laura  J.  Wrong  Blo.k 20, Lot  13 and House   5.40
R. Leckie-Ewing  Block 29, Lots 11 to Ifi and House   11.50
Andrew Ferguson  Block 30,  Lots 1  i0 3   4(.
A. Forslund  ...Blo'k 30.  Lot 4     "" '50
J. Fit^sinimins Block 30. Lot."    4 00
Ferguson Est.  and Walker  Block 30 Lots 7-9-17   '. '.'.'' .-2,5
A. C. Meeker  Blo.k ,*!0. Lot 8  """"  "1"."...."^^"" 1.50
*lhos. Gordon  ,  Block in. Lot 10   2.10
Donald Mcintosh  Block  30,  Lot  II                             " 4-n
W. A. Foote  Block 30, Lot 12  , "'"  '   ""*!"!"" LOO
J. A. K. Tobin  '.Block 30. Lots 13 to IB  ..[  .7,0
Seldon Daney    Blbck 30, Lots IS an.l 19 and House  -2.00
John T. Coleman Est Block 30. Lot 20   3 10
D. A. McDougal 1  Blok 30. Lot 21    !!!"!"*!!.!.........'. 7^55
F.  L.  Houston  .. Block 30, Lois 22 to 24 and Hous.i  5.50
R.  P.  Pettipiece  Bloek 30, Lots 35-20 and House  21.00
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Blo.k 31, Lots  1-2-8-9 to  12-17 to 26.. 25
Wm. Donald  Block 31, Lots 3 and 7   IO.00
Basil smith  Block 31,  Lot   I   ,   125
Donald nn.| TTr.]ul*art  Block 31,  Lot .1  .,  ^55
1..  Boomer  Uio. li  311  Lot   13  5-fiS
Albert Sullivan  Blo.k 32,  Lot  1   „  (5.10
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Bloek 32, Lots 2 to 26 25
Ferguson Est.   ,nd Walker  Blocks 33 to 37, 80  Lots 50
w. b. Pool Block 3s, Lots 1 to ! !!!"!!"""! !!!Z!*.I!Z.'".'.'.' 1^00
N.  Emo  Blo.k 38, Lot 9  t      2.30
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Bloek 38, Lots 10 to 11          25
Ferguson  Est. and Walker  Block  39, Lots  I   to 10 05
John T. Coleman Est Flock 39,  Lots  13 and 14    5,5(1
Florence N. Gordon   Block. 40. Lots 5-6 and House  „      4,00
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Block 10, Lots 7 to 14 „ 05
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Block  II, Lots 13-22 to 24  ,, 05,
R- pprr>*  * Block  11. Lots 16-17 and House  _     33.90
8. Daney         Block 41. Lots  18-19 and House  „      2.00
Frank Lebeau  Block 50, Lot   1      [ „ 05,
Mrs. 0. Form  Block .50. Lot 2  _      4.6f,
Ferguson Est. and Walker  Block 50, Lot 3  ,  05
Walter Edwards  Block 50, Lot 4  „      1.25
Mrs.  Jas.  Cummings Est Blucvr 10. Lot 5 and Hotel  , „    44.71
B. B. Slinger  Block 50, Lot 6 	
S.  Daney  Block 60, Lots 7.S and Stable ...
J. Knowles  Block .10. Lot 9 	
Ferguson  Est.   and Walker   Block 55, Lot« 1 and 2 	
Hnrry NelHs  Block 5B, Lot 3 	
J. Hum"-  Blo.k 55, Lot  5 	
.1. Lnurhton  Block 5.1. Lot' n-7- and Hotel ...
Mabel  Cray   Blo.k   .15,  Lot 9	
M.  G.  H.  Duncan   Block   55,   Lot  10   y.
Roisterer and Co., Est	
R. Laughton  Block .15.  Lots  Id and 17
 50
 _ a. ,     1.50
 50
 25
 50
 a.      1.90
      fi.50
  or,
      7.20
..Block 85, Lots 13 to 15       3.4.1
 - ■      .50
.Block 55. Lot 21      4.7(1
 -       1.30..,
Dom. Maeelo 	
S. B.  Slineer   Block .11, Lot 22
J. C. Klrkpatrick  Block .1.1, Lots 23-24 atrl Stable    20.60
Feretison E»t. and Walker  t'nplotted Portion Lot? 1110 and 1145 G.  1    10.00
. 1.00 	
.... 11.10
	
....     9.26
	
	
 10...	
. 1.00 	
	
.   1.00  	
....    15.90
     4.35	
. 1.00  	
	
     2.00	
. 1.00   	
....    11.25
     2.1.5	
....    s.yo
	
     1.30...	
....     6.30
	
 30	
     1.35	
, 1.00 	
3.35
	
....    14.05
	
    4.85	
. 1.00 	
....    16.90
    (i.85	
. 1.00 	
....   26.15
 05	
....      1.55
....   6.86	
....    20.55
	
 05	
(i 00...
. 1.00	
....      1.30
1 00
19 30
     2.20	
1.00   	
....     9.10
....     1.30
....      1.30
    4.20	
....    16.10
     l.OO...   .
,  1.00   	
.  1.0(1  	
7.30
     4.05	
....    18.15
	
,...*.	
 05 ,
....      1.30
 *.   .3.1	
....      3.65
	
	
 05	
....      1.30
 05	
 05
 05	
1.00 	
....      1.55
1.00   	
....      1.55
....      1.30
....    1.00	
1.00 	
....     7.15
1.00 	
....     1.30
	
	
     5 15	
...   18.75
	
 05	
1.00 	
...     1.30
	
 05	
...     1.55
	
 05	
...     1.30
....    9.25	
...   37.35
	
	
 05 ,..,
1.00 	
...      1.55
	
	
 05	
...     1.30
	
	
 05	
1.00  	
...     1.30
    ,
	
 05	
. 1.00  	
...      1.55
    ,
	
 05	
...     1.30
••••'	
 05	
, 00	
1.00 	
1.55
1.00 	
...     8.60
 05	
, 1.00  	
...      1.55
     1.20	
. l.OH  	
. 1.00 	
...     ti.00
	
 05	
...      1.30
	
 *	
 05	
. 1.00 	
....      1.55
	
 3.1	
. 1.00 	
...     3.65
	
 05	
     1.85	
.  1.00   	
. 1.00 	
. 1.00 	
2.05
....      1.30
	
....     7.70
	
     1.85.......
. 1.00 	
....      7.45
     1.81	
. 1.00 	
....      8.40
     1.80	
. 1.00 	
....     8.20
....    15.20
	
 05	
. 1.00 	
. 1.00 	
....     1.46
....     1.55
....     6.25
 05	
LOO
. 1.00 	
      2.65
. 1.00 	
....     3.50
. 1.00 	
....      7.25
	
 *	
 05	
. 1.00 	
2.05
	
 05	
. 1.00 	
 ^   	
....      1.55
    .
 1.1	
. 1.00 	
 4      	
....     3.15
	
 80	
. 1.00 	
....     4.90
     2.35	
. 1.00 	
. 1.00 	
....    10.'.'0
 45  	
....     6.95
....   29.55
4.0,1....
.15'....
2.15....
2.15....
2.20....
5.4.1....
.50....
.05....
.05...,
1.9,1....
.30....
.05....
.05...,
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00 ,
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
  1.25
  15.05
  2.40
  8.80
  8.80
  9.30
  1.25
  1.50
.1 "   25.45
  3.S0
  1.30
  1.30
  8.75
  5.30
  1.30
  1.30
12.75  1.00      47 r,-,
.1.1..
1.55.
.15	
12.55	
.05	
.10	
.05	
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
3.15
1.25
7.20
1.26
2.40
1.00         50.30
.05..
2.20.,
.5.1..
1.00	
.70	
.0.1	
l.fiO	
.15	
R..10	
.45	
1.00
l.on
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.0(1
1.00
1.00
1.00
l.nn
l.nn
l.nn
l.nn
1.55
2.60
1.55
1.25
J *,*.
P.10
9.05
1.25
9.20
1.15
1.55
7.30
2.45
l.no     nn.m
i.nn     11.15
Gerrard Townsite.   Subdivision, Lot 5704.   G. I. Plan 892
HiHman nnd Pariaian  Block I, Lots 1 and 3 S     .30
E.  Mobbs  Block 1, Lot-J 3-4-5-1t to 2G-29 to 3S ,      2.2.1
E. Mobbs  Block 2,  Lots 1  to IS  t ..      1..50
E. Mobbs  ,  Block  I. Lots l to 3-10 to 20      1.50
E.  Mobbs  .-. Block 5,  Lot*  I  to 32      1.50
E. Mobbs  Unplotted Portion Lot 5704, G. 1  * 75
.05 Hl.OO  J 1.35
.10  1.00   3.85
.0.5  1.00   1.55
.05  1.00   ».5»
.05  1.00   2.85
.05  1.00  a.  1.80
Nakusp Townsite.   Subdivision, Lot* 397.   G. I, K. D. Plan 494.
L.  J. Edwards
P. Hlckey 	
..Block 1, Lots 11-12-13 and two Bouses
.Bloek  2.  Lot 3  	
4.75
2.60
.$   1.85
...»   .40.,
...     .35..
e.11.00
. 1.00
$   6.15
.     6.80! PACE TWELVE
THE   MAIL-HERALD    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 8,  1913
ur-'
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME  OF  PERSON   ASSESSED
SHORT  DESCRIPTION  OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
0. Graham
..Block  2,  Lot
Ja
Mrs.  Thos. Gayford  - Block 3, Lots,
L.  •!.  Edwards  Block
C.  L. Herridge  Block
Mrs, Annie L. Gothier  Blook
James Sneddon  Block
T. H. Bohart  Block
H.   J.  Mercer  Block I,
Mrs, C.i.   Herridge  Block I,
V.  H. Bourne  Block 5,
Win.  I len idge  Block ."..
1,   J,  rMwards  "lock 5,
Mrs, Annie Kelliher   Block 5,
J.  A. Thew  "lock 5,
Peter Genelle  Block 6,
J.  Wufisohn  Block 6,
Wm.  D.  Reyden, Si* Block 7,
Wm. Hudson  Block 7,
ii  * 50 ..
1 io 5, Store, 6-7-8  15.00 ..
:., Lots 10-11. Cottage,  12-13 28 and 29    6.50 ..
»,  Lots 21 and 22   1-75...
:!. Lot Si  -  2-20 ..
:t. Lots 24 and 25  -  1.76 ..
1, Lois 11  to 15, and Hotel  »  30.00 ..
Lot  22  ,	
Lot 23 and  Shop 	
Lots 1 and 2 	
Lots   Iti and 17  ~	
Lots 23-24-25 and Building.. *	
Lot  28 and Shacks  »	
Lots 29 and 30  -	
Lots 1-2-3 and House  ..      6.80
Lots  24  and 35     11.95
Lot  :' and House       1.50
Lots  21   nnd  22         1.0"
6.10
2.00
1.75
2.00
4.85
2.00
Thorneyoraft and Cook   Rl<J'*k 8, Lots 4-5       1,7°
Me'   antile Development Company  llloe'k 8,  Lots (', and 7   '
J. S. Crowell Blocl
G. Geisbricht  Block
H. 0.  Mercer  Block
Harvie  Robertson   Hlock
H. Q.   Mercer  Block
L. J. Edwards  Block
J. A.  Virtue  Block
lee:   S  and  Shop         4.00
8, Lot 9  50
8, Lot 12       6.10  ,
Lot  17         8.60
10, Lots 9  and  10         9.80
11, Lots  8-9-10       LM
15, Lots 3 and 5  ,      LOO
Mrs. A.  L. Gothier  Hlock 15, Lots 11 and 12        3.85
F.  Wenslcy  Block 16, Lot 13 and Cottage      12.90
W.  E.  Cox  Block 16,  Lot  14 ">0
L.  F.  McDougald   Block  16, Lots  15  to 2o and two houses        7.25
Peter Genelle  Block  18, Lot  7 B6
A. B. Girend    Block 19, Lots  1 and 5 and. House      1.00
Ida M. Matson   .* Blo.k 20. Lot 4  75
D. W. Crosby  Block 21, Lot 6  .*.       .50
Mrs.  Ellen  Bloekelsby   Block 21, Lot 3      2.26..
Ah i W.  Smith Block 37. Lot 10      1.55
Mrs.  P.  .7. Richmond  * Block 3S, Lot 5  ' „..      2.60
J. F.  Funk  Block 3IH, Lot 9 and House       2.00
Eugene Levesque   Block 39, Lots 9-10 and 11       1.50
A   Parkinson  * Blbck 39, Lots 15 and 16  23
Mi-s Ray Ross  Block 46, Lots 19 and 20       1.T.0
Sam Henry  Pan   Lots 397, and 398, G.l,  S.L.      15, 397, S.L.      1, .39s      11.00
J. M. Cameron  Part Lot 398, S. L. 9 and 10     15.00
Oustav Herke  , Part Lot 397, Lot I, S.L. 16       4.00
M. Newland  Part Lot 397, Lot 6, S.L. 16 ,     4.0"
L. J. Edwards  Part Lot 397, Lot  13, S-L. 16     18.00
Co<    Valley  Land Company       Part Lot  39S, S.L. 8      12.00
17.80 	
1.86 	
2.15 	
58.66 <,
2.10 	
2.55  	
1.40 	
2.35   	
40.20 	
!>.45 	
3.90 	
2.10 	
4.l'o 	
1.05 	
1.05	
2.i5  :	
2.16 	
4.05  	
3.40 	
2.15 	
11.10   	
1.06 	
4.40  	
.95 	
1.65 	
.95 	
1.75 	
2.80 	
2.20 	
1.95 	
16.10 	
S3.: 0 	
COST AND
INTEREST
EXPENSES
TOTAL
..  LHO
1.50
    34.85
 40...
      7.90
2.90
 20...
      5.25
 10...
      5.00
    2.25...
  1.00   	
    11.35
 10...
      3.10
 10...
      5.40
      4.5H
      6.18
      6.46
    41.20
 45...
    16.70
     8.25...
. l.illl
    20.10
      2,60
      2.00
 10...
       4.00
    20.70
 20...
      6.25
      2.55
     11.40
     16.06
     17.20
      2.50
      2.00
 75...
  1.00 	
      9.00
    5.25...
  1.00 	
    19.15
              3.lie")
 'i'i...
     19.70
      2.90
2.70
  LOU 	
      1,50
.35...
  1.00  	
      5.25
 15...
      3.05
      5.7*5
 10...
      ,r>.90
 10...
      4.80
  1.00 	
       2.00
 10...
  l.OO   	
        4.55
     28.10
 70...
   LOU 	
     16.70
 3"...
  1.00 	
o ...     5.30
 80...
      5.30
    1.80...
 20.80
 r.5...
I
Crescent Bay Orchards.   Subdivision, sub-lots 11 to 18 of Lot 3S8.   G. I. F]an 959.
A.E.  Powell  Lots 15a and 16
.8   1.1
A   1.85
..$1.00
.1   4.B-
Subdivision, Part Lot 397.   G. I. Plan 980.
L. v,   Glanvilie Lot 7	
i     imbia  Valley Land Company  Lots 8 to 34-26 to 83-51 to
R.  H. L. Girling  W    .   12- and Wi  J 120   .
Jas.  Munro Lot   130  	
F,  W. Crowell     Lol  134  	
.1   8. Crowell   5 	
R. F. Kirk  „ Lol  139 	
Vi     C,  L. Herridge Lot   140 	
C.  Gregory  Lo*   111  	
B. Parkinson  I Ot   142     	
C. H.  Harris Lot  ISO  	
Hin'-r Gardner  1."' 181 	
O.  J I ot
A. S. Snider ...
o 12- BJ128-D J129-144-145-148-155    to)90-149..
i.:
8.00   J    5.80
1156.00   112.15
4.10  „	
j.i"    , 	
2.00 	
2.00 	
2.00 	
I'.oo  	
2.00  	
2.i'0 	
2.00 	
2.00 	
3.00 	
	
.8   .00 $1.00  „8 16.40
..   5.05   1.00   243.SO
„     .30  1.00  »  .">.4o
..      .10  1.00   3.10
..$  .10 $i.oo  ? 3.10
..3    .10... $1.00 8 3.10
..?    .10... $1.00  8 3.10
,.S   .10... $1.00  8 3.10
„%   .10... $1.00  ....* 3.10
,.8   .10 $1.00  8 3.10
..8   .10... $1.00  8 3.10
..8   .10 $1.00  ....«• 3.10
..8   .10 $l.no  8 3.10
.     .20...  1.00   5.20
Poplar Townsite.   Subdivision, 836.   Plan 746.
J. Carry   	
A. 0. Pike 	
J. L. Whitney 	
Bdw   Dreloid	
C. B. Taylor ..
E. L. Hart snd T   I. 1
J.  A.   Sail icrson  ,..
a   ii. Pearson
T.  A.  D.  Ross   ..
H   P. J     ion
S   F   Pi tei on ..  ...
A.  Ienkins .......
-.e Punk
■ baa.  Bfa
A. Carrey
D. M kin-, m.
J. C. Hart 	
Chas. L.  Cop 	
.-.in and McDonald  B
E. L. Hart 	
8.  M   Ollli ipis  B
J.  Carolan      *..l
D. L. Doyl    	
F. I). Qibb  I
Bdw. Fi ■ •   i.        	
Henry  Mi.r ; on    .    .  B
H.  C.   Danf'irand	
W. H. Casey and W.  3   Mu po Bl
A. C. Pike 	
A. G.  Caldwell  	
Ceo.  Ha.eman  ,.., •	
Mrs.   En.ma   Reid	
E. J. Cody  B  ■
Mrs.  V.  Bishop 	
Hamhly an! Briokson .     ............
J.  .1. Cameron  B
Henry  Thiry    Blnel
James shields  Blo
Prudhomme nnd Nedenu  Block
P. MoOregor  Blook
E  H'trt and .1. A. Roe* Block
&. F   Petcrion  Block
I, Lot
o '
v
II! el
' 9
ll
I
1
'.      Leet     7
'
;. Lot   " nnd
7. Lot-   13   .nrt  it     ,..
" Loti   IS    e   '1   16
7 I.e.'-   19   lo 22     -
7. i...t.' 29 an-d  14
t,  L'ets  I 2   ,nd Store
t, Loi  1 	
*-. Lol 10	
I
. 0
■
1.10
,.817.15 $1.00  * 66.9'
.      .05  1.00   2.0"
,.      .20  l.OO   MO
„    1.15  1.00  0.3";
.■-.",  l.nn   5.117;
.      .15  1.00   2.1".
.20  l.OO   2-80
2.66  1.00   ILL".
,.     16  LOO   3.60
■ ■  1.00  6.00
  1.00   1.96
..     ,18  1.00   2.15
,80  1.00   8.80
.80  1.00   6.00
  1.00  1.38
5  1.00   I Bl
1.38  LOO   6.58
„             Vl  1.00   5.00
1.46  LOO  *.. 7.76
..   1.4fl  1.00   7.90
..     .85  1.00  5.3.->
.30  1.00   3.30
..     .30  l.oo   8.00
,80  1.00   3.-0
..   1.88  l.OO   6.66
.15  1.00   2.30
..   1.38  1.00  6.66
..   2.65  1.00   11.18
  l.no     1.28
..   1.38  1.00   6.66
..     .80  1.0 i   5.0-0
..    1.38  1.00   6.85
..   1.38  1.00   6.88
I, 18  1.00   6.60
.. 24.01  1.00   70.66
1.00  l.OO   15.60
  1.00   1.60
2.25  1.™   12.80
,.   1.18  IM   6.28
..    .ir.  l.oo   t.\r>
..      .15  1.00   2.1'
  l.oo   1.21 BATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 8, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE THIRTEEN
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OP PERSON  ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OP PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL
A. G. Johnston  Block 8, Lots 11 and 12  „      1.
James Ball  Block 8, Lot 19
P. A. Tamble  Block 8,
H.  Magnuson  Block 8
Mrs. A. B. Ratelifle  Block 9
John Hambly Block 10, Lot 2
Lots 23 and 24
Lots 1 and 2 ...
10
25
Lot 22 and Building      11.80
05
50
50
John Olson Block 10, Lot ,*i       5.60
00
20
i;i i
n
SO
50
Aug. 0. Ostby  , Block
Cha*. Ehlers  Block
Wm.  Schnell  , Block
Lot (i 	
Lot 8 and Building  fc-
Lot 9 and Barber Shop ....
Fred Kaiser  Block 10, Lots 10
an
d 11
1.
59.:
7.1
22.1
Wm.  Schnell  Block
Mrs. Nellie Sims  Block
Chas. Ehlers  Block
Alex Austin  Block
Mrs. May Jennings  Blo.k
Miss Maggie Clifton  Block
•Samuel E. Algren  Block
A, Lots 1-2 mid Building      IS
A,  Lot 4  	
A  Lots 5 and  (! 	
A,  Lot 7  	
A,  Lot  S 	
A, Lot 9 and House 	
A,  Lot  10	
.10  1.00
  1.00
3.45  1.00
.15  1.0*1
2.15  l.UO
  1.00
1.95  1.00
.25  1.00
20.45    1.00
2.30  1.00
8.66  1.00
5.45  1.00
    1.00
1.9.1  1.80
1.35  l.oo
5.15   l.OO
2.15  1.0*)
.80...  1.00
2.20
1.25
15.75
2.20
9.65
1.50
7.55
2.S5
80.65
10.90
31.85
25.25
1,50
8.45
6.55
21..55
12.35
5.00
Plan 746a.
Anton Hansen  Lots 1 nnd 2
Andrew Garvey   Lot 1 A  	
Arthur Duckett  Lot 6	
.65
25
1.00
...$1.1)0      ?   1.65
...  l.OO         1.25
... 1.00       2.00
Trout Lake Townsite, Subdivision Lot 190.   G.I., KD.   Plan 530.
•
F. B. Wells, ct al Blo.ks 5 to  12-21  to 25-27-28 I
F. B. Wells, et al  .. Block 26, Lots 1 to 24-27 to 48	
F. B. Wells, et al  Blocks 3d and :t7	
F. B. Wells, et al  Block 3**. Lots 1 to 24-31 to 40 	
F. B. Wells, et al  Block 39, Lots 2 to 22-25 to 47 ,
F. B. Wells, et al Block 40, Lots 3 to 12-15 to 22  ...
F. B. Wells, et al  Block 41, Lots 28 to 48 	
F. B. Wells, et al  Block 12, Lots 1 to 48  ,.	
F. B. Well?, et al  U'ock 46, Lots 1 to 21, 20 to 48 	
F.  B. Wells, et al  - Dlock 49, Lots 16 to 18-32 and 33 ..	
F. B. Wells, et nl  Block 50, Lots 25-26-38 to 30	
F.  B. Wells, et al  * Block 51, Lots 2 and 4	
F.  B. Wells, et al  * Block 52, Lot 8 and Store	
F.  B. Wells, et al  Block 52, Lots 15-17 19 to 31-33-34  ..	
F. B. Wells t.t al  Block 53, Lots  IS to 22-25 to 27-29	
F. B. Wells et al  Blocks 54 and 55 nnd Unplotted Portion of Lot 190, G. 1	
J. W. S. Charles  Block 39, Lot 1	
H. t;. Worden  Block 39, Lot 48	
E. A. Hillman  Block 40, Lots 36-37 and House '
J. H. Currie Est Block 40, Lots 38-39 and House	
Mis. M. N. Kennedy  Block 40, Lots 42 and 43 —•
O.  Sandberg   Block 40, Lots 41 und 45  :   „	
James  Snell  Est .. Block 10, Lot 46  ..	
John Genelle' Est  Block 41, Lots 1 to 5	
Mrs. M. Kelley  Block 41, Lots 23 and 24	
C. H. Stillwell  Block 41, Lots 25 to 27	
j. Hicks  Block 40, Lot 23	
Robert Howson  Block 46 Lot 21 »	
Dennis  McCarthy   Block 46, Lot 25	
R. Hendrickson  Block 46, Lots 20-J27, and House  ,.	
Syvert Olson  Bloek 47, Lots 3-1 and House	
A. V. Armstrong  Block 47,  Lot 5	
J. M. Doyle  Block 47, Lot 6	
A.  J.  Mn-Douell  Block  47,  Lot 7	
W. Cowan  Block 47, Lot 8 	
A. M. Cr.iig  Block 47, Lots 9 to 11. House, 12 toll, and House 	
John  Parisian  Block   17, Lots 15-1 ti-J 17 and House      	
Murray  and  Johnson   Block 47, Lot 25 	
Eran Camoron  Block  17, Lot 26  ►	
D. Cowan  Block 47, Lots 28 to 30 and    House	
G. Fod.lred and P. Shephatd  Block 47, Lot 31 and House  -••
G. Foddivd  Block 47, Lot 32 	
A. Varr   Block 17, Lot 33 and Houso 	
L. Earl  Block 47, Lot 34   *    	
Robt. Scott  Block 47, Lot 37 and House  _	
H. E. Roger::  Block 47, Lota 38-39 and House 	
A. G. Fraser  ,  Block 17, Lots 46 to 48 and House  ..	
B. L. Kinman  Block 48, Lots 1 and 2  _ .. —•
R. S. Wilson  Block 48, Lot 4 *	
John Hector   Block IS, Lots 5 and 6	
Dennis M Carthy  Blook -18, Lots 10 and 11 	
Higginson and Smith  Block 48, Lots 12 to 14 and House   «	
A. M. Ciaig  Block 48, Lots 15 to 17 and Stable „  	
Bdward Baillia  Block 48, Lots 18 and 19	
A. G. Fraser  Block  18,  Lots 25 and 26 	
J. Pcrgiiaon  Block (8, Lots 33 and  House 	
F. C. Elliot  Block  18, Lot 36 and Houso  „	
Louis Lcvesiitie  Block 48, Lots 37-eJ3*'' and House  .. »	
Stephen  Woods  Block 48, Lots  J3S-39 and House	
Janus Hunt   Block 48, Lot 41 and House	
Thos. Blackwood  Block 48, Lot 45 	
E. L. Kinmnn  Block  19, Lots 21   to 21  nnd House	
Hon. Thos.  Tnylor  Block  19, Lot 28 and House	
J.  M'-Lennan   Block 49,  Lot  29  	
McLennan and Manson  , .Block 49, Lot 30	
John Carlson  Block 49, Lot 31	
Mrs. Gus Lund  , Block 50,  Lots 23 and  21 ....	
W. M.  Brown  Blook 50, Lot 27	
j.  Flood   Block 51,  Lot 3 	
James  Hunt lBlock 51. Lot 5 and Blacksmith Shop	
N. G. Erickson  Block  51.  Lot 9  „	
Alex Bigger  Block 51,  Lot 10  	
Nell  Swititon   Block 51, Lot 11	
A. M.  Oraig  Block 51, Lotsl2-i3 and House	
.1. ('   Murray  Block  Bl,  Lots 22-23 and Store 	
Frank  Abey   Blok   Sl,  I.ol    24  and  25 und Building  	
Alex  McLean   Block  51.  Lot 26  	
Mrs.  A.  Fowler  Block 51, Lot 27 	
H. I). Hume    ni"1*1- Mi '■"' -s  *	
B. It    Vipond  Block   52,  Lot  3   »  	
Hwnn  Carlson     Block  ~'2,   Lot   I ►	
A. C.  PrasR  III.eel. SS,  Lots 6 7 and  Store	
C. (hu ,emati   Work .52.  I,ot 9 nnd  Shop	
Ralph Higginson  Blook S3, Lot ll and Building r	
M.  Benton and B. B. Vlpond  BlOC*   53,  Lot   Iti  and Building  »	
John Hlnulier  ,  Bloek 52. Lot  IS and House  	
John  Haner   ,....Bloek 52. Lot  19 nnd House	
H. McPherson  Part Lot  190, Q.  1  - »	
li   (,. clink  Lota 1  to 31, and throe houses, Plan No. 530 B 	
4.20	
5.00 	
.65  	
6.00 	
6.50 	
4.50 	
3.00	
5.00 	
5.00 	
1.00 	
1.00 	
1.00 	
6.00 	
4.50 	
2.00 	
15.00  5 57.58
5.15   2.35
.25  —	
4.00   7.30
24.00   14.40
.50   4J
1.70    1.90
1.40    2.15
17.30    9.55
.50   40
22.10   5.30
5.15    2.15
.50   55
.80 	
8.00   14.50
1.00  2.15
5.60 	
1.40   1.40
2.00  1.65
1.70    1.65
20.00   28.15
3.00   2.65
4.10    2.55
5.90   2.30
3.50   3.20
3.50   0.25
.25 55
4.00  3.60
1.45    1.65
1.50   1.30
3.00   2.05
6.00   5.45
1.00  .85
3.30   2.25
2.80    1.35
2.80   4.30
43.80   23.55
8.00   39.40
.50  40
1.00  BS
  7.30
8.40    6.90
3.00	
C.00   5.45
1.5(1   2.65
"   .25 80
7.00   6.25
2.00   5.40
7.10   2.20
7.10   2.20
8.00    2.20
11.80   1.25
2.30    1.S5
4.30  ...'  1.85
1.00    2.70
,5li   55
.50  55
3.30   2.20
11.90   20.98
16.00   13.75
7.:,0    6.70
.50  .80
1.70  1.55
5.10    1,35
1.70    1.30
.25   25
15.00   77.60
2.50 	
8.90  4.00
10.20   10.65
6.00   6.50
3.00 	
1.60   3.25
34.00   3S.00
	
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 40	
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     32.65
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    30.95
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    14.35
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    11.25
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      8.90
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 05...
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    78.70 •PAGE FOURTEEN
r
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OP PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 8. 1913
•sn.
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAIi
Trout Lake City, First Addition Townsite. Subdivision part Lot 762.   G. I. Plan 530a
W.  Abrahamson   Block 2
Mrs.  M. A.  Johnstone  Block 3
J.  Sweeney   Block 3
Syvert Olson Block 3
Harry  L.  Godsoe   Block .'I
Mrs. J. Pullman  Blo.k 3
R, Hendrickson  Block 3
A.   A.  Bowman   Block
Gus. Bergh  Block
Nels Bodin-'  Block
Hugh McPherson  Block
Alex  Bigger  Block
E. Hillman   I11""'1* *
A. Vars  Block 6
A. G. Fraser   Block 6
Chas. Johnson  Block 6
O.  J.  Nelson  Block 6
F. B. Bakcr  Block 7
H.   J.  McDonald   Blo.k 7
J. C. Murray  «lo<k 8
N.  B.  Smith   Blo.k
W.  M.  Brown    Blo.k
Lots 7 to 14 *   2-00
Lots 3-4- and House     I"-60
Lots 5 to 7 and House *      4.00
Lots 10 to 18      l.OO
Lots 22-23 one third, 24 and House  »     25.70
Lots W. one-third of 34-28 and House -..     3.00
Lots 26 and 27        ]-m
Lots  1-2 and House      1-50
Lots  11-12 and House       1.75
Lots  13 and il 75
Lots  1.1 to I'J and House      ' LOO
Lots 20 and House      5.00
Lot  21        1.10
Lots 1 to 3 House, 22 to 24 -•    ln-»"
Lots 6 to 12       8.50
6, Lot 20       3.30
(i. Lot 21   :       1.10
7, Lots  1   to   I  nml  House     *  5.00
7, Lots  11-12 and Hou.-'e  -    I'^tJO
8, Lot  1    80
8, Lots 7.* and House      5.00
s, Lots 15 and 16      -l.OO
1.80 	
 I   .15	
 $   4.95
20.15
 ,     1.75....
    40.50
3.55 	
 20	
      8.71k
11.45 	
    8.1.1....
     16.3d
 15....
      0.75
.85
.... l.OO 	
      2.85
.... 1.00	
      2.50
....  1.00 	
      2.75
      1.75
4.66 	
. ...   1.85....
.... 1.00 	
    21.40
4.55 	
     10.90
2.15
      4.25
9.26 	
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    21.00
3.15 	
 20....
....   1.00  	
      7.85'
2.05  	
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       3.80
 25....
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     14.05
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4.00 	
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     10.95
3.98 	
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     10.40
Trout Lake City, Second Addition Townsite, Subdivision part Lot 762.   G. I. Plan 530c|
Andrew Abrahamson  Block 2. Lots 1 to 24  , *   9.06
Andrew  Abrahamson   Blocks 3 to 7, IK) Lots  ,     16.00
J.-is.  Hunt   Block 6, Lots 1 to 0  1.50
A. G. Fraser  Block 7. Lots I to 12	
Andrew Abrahamson  Blocks 10 to 12. 14 and 16,  1"4 Lots	
Andrew Abrahamson  Bloek 16, Lots l-s-9	
3,   Dam.y    Block   16.  Lot  3    ,	
A. M. Craig  Bloek  It;, Lot 5  .'	
S. J. Graham  Block 16, Lot ti  , ...
Andrew Abrahamson  Block 18, Lot  1   ,	
Andrew Abrahamson  Unplotted Portion Lot 762, G. 1, K.D	
Donald Mcintosh Lots I  to 0, Subd. Lot 7. (1. 1. K.D.   27.77 acres	
David Calder   Lois 7 to  13,  K.D.  Subd. 7. 'MA') acres 	
('has. K. Lindmark  Lots  14  lo 29-3S  to   10,  K.D.  '.'4 acres	
S. Hall and  J.  Nutter  Blocks land 13 of Part Lot 373,  K.D. G.   I,  Plan 919,  30 acres 	
John W.  Spencer   ...Blo.ks 5 and 10 ot' Part Lol 373, K.D.  G.  I, I'lan 919, 21 acres  ■■•
S. Hall  Blocks 0 and 11 ol Part Lot 373, K.D.G.   I.Plan 919, 66 acres 	
Margaret  F.  Dean  Block 7 of Part   Lot 373, K.D.. G.   l,Plan 919, 34 acre- 	
W.   H.   Vlckers   «n...Lot 411. G. I.K.D.,   100 acres	
 „..J   .96 SI.00
27.7.1     2.35......
W. B.  Paget  v Lot  501, (1. I,
M.  Craig r^...'1*"'1  Lol   :""
M.  Craig    r., ..S.K.   ', 770. G
Beaten  W.  J 770, G. 1.
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K.D.,  Beaton 293 a. res	
Cn. 1, K.D., Trout Lake infi ,
, K.D.. Trout Lak". »1 acrt
KB., Trout Lake, 160  ■
Canadian Pacitic  Lumber  Co    Part   Lol   s«l,    '■   l„  K.D., mill.  Arrow
J. B. Old  Part   I.     804,   Vrrow Lake, 145 acres	
Hugh Karstens  Blocks  A   lo  D,  H.J.K. of Lol   564,   K D.. G. I,  1* in 812,   1- .
Beaton and Vezina     Blocks  E. an    !•'.  and balance ol Lot S34,   12 	
Tho--.  Shaw    Block  1,   ,t  Lot   -t'l.  K.D., ti. I.    9.25   , y-  	
James Shaw Blo k  M.  Of  Lot   864,   K.D .  G   ..
B. a. Mott Block 0, of Lo   S64, K.D., G. 1, •-. 	
R. G. Klli-e  Block Q.   ,f Lot   364, K.D    •■'-". 	
tie...  Henton Block  k. of Lot   -'•(• KfD., 	
Joseph Grafton  Pat    Lot   *' I   Block* 6 toi
F.   C.   Elliott	
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Est. Wm. Baty  Pan   Lot   1147    nd Bnildina
Mrs. Ellen McDougald  Lol  1784, G. 1. K.D.,  120  iei
S. Walker  f ■• :*'- G.l,  K.D
J. E. Annable  Blo k 2 of '*-'
R. E. Berrington  Block  *
W.  J.  Mosley     B
Wm.  Ripley and H. (
D. Woolsfey    	
P.  J. Olson 	
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p, ..-.-'ii.'.-i         J of Lot  '.'Hi. G. I, K.D.,
Metropolitan Gold and Silver Mn    * Forguson, G   i   K.D.,  100   lore
i.  • ten  I* ■ •'  ■■ ol Lol  7106,  0.1, K.D., 9.0"   ■ i
li.   wltew  Pari   Sub Lol   lOofLol , O. 1, K.U., 1 8 19.00
m fred Wols'.'.I.'eehii Bin 1.   I of Lot 7540, Map 932  '*.   I,  K D.    18	
Robt,  Holmes  Hi"       ■ ml 6, Lot 7640  0   I, K.D.,  I	
rt. J. Harlow  Blocl     ; and '■■■  Lot   ?003  O.l
B, L. Masterioa  Lot 7966  '■   I
W. V. Ogilvie  Lot 7958    '•■ i
Ii.   P.   Kane   Lot   78S7    0    I
Bd   Hillman  Lol  7960  '•   I
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K.n., SO  ii i      8.00
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K.D .  160 sere      11.80
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7.85
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  2.00  4.65
  2.00   U.40
  2.00   8.40
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  2.00   4.10
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2.09
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8.05
13.75
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32.90
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8,  1913
»uO   REVELSTOKE
PAGE  FIFTEEN
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes
NAME OF PERSON  ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TAXES
SCHOOL TAX
COST AND
INTEREST EXPENSES
TOTAL*
\
Beaton awl Vezina  Lot  7892  » G.  1, K. D 130.25
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot 7976  G. 1, K.D., 93 acres     54.00
Arrow Lake. Orchards Limited  Lot 7OS0  G. 1,  K.D., 040 acres   324.00
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot  7li.'i;i   G, 1.  K.D.,  0-10 acres  23*2.00
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot 8031  1.0, 1,
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot S0'!3  G. 1
Arrow Lake. Orchards Limited  Lot S0:j I    .. G, 1
Arrow Lake Orchards Limitod  Lot 8035  tl. 1
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot 3049   G. 1
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot 8O50   ''- 1
K.D.,  010 acres  330.00
K.D., 026 acres   324.00
K.D.,  150 acres   102.00
K.D., 280 acres     6O.S0
K.D., 657 acres   224.00
K.D., 320 acres   182.00
.Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot 8]77
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot S178
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Leei 814:1
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited ....
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lol 860*1
Arrow Lake orchards Limited  Lot *<502
Arrow I>ake Orchards Limited  Lol S50!l
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Lot sr.ni
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Leei 8505
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited  Leei VeO'.i
Arrow Lake Orchards Limited 	
1.,  K.D.,  0HI acres
Loi  M02   (!. I
 G, I
 ",. 1
 G, 1
 G. 1
 G, 1
 G. 1
 tl. 1
 .(;.
 G. 1
 Lol 8011 	
Hairy Wajmer  Block 7 of Lot 802.1 	
Thos. Craham  Block 8 of boi  3025	
Geo.   Scott   Block ll of 8025  G. I
J. Bombarding and J. Merslate  Blocks  I   to   I of Lot 8020  G. I
A.  P.  Hammalman  Block 5 of Lot 802G  G. 1
A. B.  Hammalman  Block G of Lot S026  G, I
J. B, Annable @ Blocks 7-0 to   Ll-13-1-4-16  Loi   802G G.l
A. J. Miller  Block  12 of Lot  802G  G. 1
John Roberts  Block 5 of Lot S029  G. 1
W.  V.  Marshall Blocks IS and 21  of Lot  3029  •"•. I
J.   E.  Annable   Lot   303.2   G. I
Joseph Grafton  Blocks  I  tn  I, 7 to  l'i..!  Lol  8042, Plan
320 acres
27M acres
K.D. 70 acres
K.D., 460 acre
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.Df
K.D.,
K.D.,
K.D.,
, K. D
K.I).,
K.D..
K.D.
K.D.,
K.D..
K.D.,
K.D..
K.D..
. K.D.,
. K.D.,
129, G. 1
 ,   221.00
  29.00
  150.00
355 acres   123.00
32H acred   122.10
sn  acres  35.20
240 acres  80.00
..4n  acres    17.60
233 acres   UG.OO
.-res ...
aeres
acres
Lot 8039.
Lol 8047
I ot S04H
Pari Lot
Block 2 ol
Lol  8130
E. C.  Arthur 	
E.  C.  Arthur 	
E. C.  Arthur  	
Fred Wensley 	
■J.   H.   Duckworth   	
L. F. McDougald	
L. F.  McDougald  , Lot  8150  	
L. Hu Fraser  Lot  31G3 	
F. A. Currier el al  , Part  Lot S185 	
Grant Realty Company  Lot  3-103 	
Robert Sanderson  Lot  840*1 	
Grant and Simmers  Lots 8405-8106-840"
F. J. Harlow  Loi   9323  	
$129,   Plan   1032
Lol  8129 	
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1, K.D.,
I. K.D.,
I, K.I)..
l, K.n..
I, K.D.,
I, K.U.,
I. K.D.,
I. K.D..
I, K.D..
 G. 1, K.D..
 G. 1. K.D.,
 G. 1, K.I)..
 G. I.. K.D.
  188.00
  164.00
  3.00
  2.00
  7.50
  7.20
  3.60
  3.G0
  32.95
  12.00
  14.00
  3.25
 ,  24.50
K.D., 120.35 acres   29.75
aeres   15.00
acres  $ 30.00
i.n acres
10 acres .
■» n
9.75
0.75
121.75 acres
19.34 acres .
20 ncres 	
20.5  acres ...
106  acres  ...
.G.
Henry Bronby  Block
Alex Barnet  Ijloeks
.Pari
E
1 of W.J of Section 18, Towp. 7". Plan 899, K.D
2 IC 4, 6.7.0 and 10, W.J  Sec. 8,  Twp.  70.   K.D.
160
4S0
640 acres    12n.nu
05 acres  .l.OO
25.15 acres   ,  4.HO
135.94 acres  .._.  21.75
304 a.res  .'"  .15.00
111 acres  25.00
120 acres   36.on
320.9  acres    24.00
100 acres  . i 3.no
163  acres  12.2.'
100 acres   20.50
2^.03 acres  *?    5.00
215 acres  02.40
.* 74.10
... 5
... 5
... 36
... 20
... 34
... 34
.. 13
.. 4
,.. 17
.. 10
..   9
•i
.. 12.
.. 11
.. 9
.. 2.
.. 6
.. 1
.. 12.
22,
.. 10
23.80
1.00
3.3,5..
4.85
10.65
29.15
24.30
Rev.  W.  C.  Calder  Pari  N.E.  | and Part S.K.  ' Bee. 28, Twp. 23, K.D.. 30 a.res   17.90
Columbia Fruit  Lands  Company  E.  1   N.E.  \   Section 22, Twp. 2:'.. K.n., sii acres  f  40.00
W. A. Calder  S.W.} of E.J, S.W. } ,,i Wl*, Section 12. Twp.  60,  K.D..  100 acres   50.00
W. A. Calder  s.W.  i Section 22, Twp. 69, K.D., 160 acres  79.00
W. A. Calder  \*   K.  ! Section 22, Twp. 69, K.D., 160 acres  42.00
W.  A. Calder  3, BJ.  }  Section 22, Twp. 69, K.D., 160 acres   15.00
W.  A.  Calder  N.W.   j  Bection 22, Twp. 09. K.D., 16'i acres   15.00
W. A   Calder  W.  i  Section 14, Twp. 69, K.D.. 320 aeres   60.00
W. A. Calder W. ) N.W. : and S.W. r. Section 23 Twp. 69, K.D.. 240 acres   20.00
W. A. Calder  S.K.   |   Section  15, Twp. 69, K.D., 16 i acres  ,.  46.00
Al  Caponero   N. Pan S.W. } Se. tion 14, Twp. 23, lK.D.. 90.2 acres   15.00
Jos.  Dolan Est Pan  Section 29, Twp. 23, K.D. 94 acres  9.00
E 1_-.-wo<k1 Orchards Limited  Lots 7, 9 to  11,13,  Hi. 17,  10, 21. 22. 25, 28. to 30, 41,42.90 to 146, 149 to
201, 203,205, to 200, 269 to 334, 343. toiSO. 382 to 391, 30.1 to 121 of Subdivi
don See's. 8 to 5, 13. 11 16, 20, 21, 23,21,26 to 20,32 to 35, Plan 960, 5291
acres   :  1010.00
..$ 18.00
,.   11.25
..     0.45
.$ 33.45
.? 3
.    5
55	
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16	
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.20	
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.10	
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.50	
,50	
20	
15	
8.5	
85	
80	
60	
40.	
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.SO
2.00   144.45
2.00     245.75
2.00     34.05
2.00   170.55
2.00   141.05
2.00  133.50
2.00  ,      39.95
2.00     88.65
2.00     20.95
2.00   130.55
2.00  212.70
2.00     17C.G0
2.00       5.10
2.00      4.10
2.00     10.10
2.00      33.35
2.00       6.35
2.00       9.20
2.00    42.30
2.00     32.15
2.00     17.20
2.00       5.10
2.00      28.35
2.01      62.75
2.00      42.10
W.  R. Calder 	
Fire Valley Orchards Limited ...
Fire Valley Orchards Limited ...
Fire Vall,.y Orchards Limited ,.
Fire Valley Orchards Limited ...
Fire Valley Orchards Limit.-il ,.,
Fire Valley Orchards Limitod ...
Fire Valley Orchards Limited ...
.W.J   S.W.   |   Section 13. S.E.   1 Section  23, Twp.  09, K.D.. 240 acres   -18.00 ...
.*•:.   | and l-:.\ of W.  J Section 3, Twp. G9, K.D., 4*^0.07 acres   96.00 ...
,.W.  j   Section  10. Twp.  69. K.D., 32n acres    112.U0 ...
..:>;. .'. of K.  |  Se. tion 0. Twp. 09, K.D. 160 acres   32.00 ...
,.W. ;  of S.W.  '   Section II, Twp. 69   30 acre=  28.00- ...
,.S.E.   1   Section 10, Twp. 69,  K.D.. 160 a.res    32.00 ...
,S.W. I  Section 15, Twp. 00, K.D., 160 acres   32.00 ...
..!■:.  i  S.E.  }  Section 16, Twp.  69, K. D., SO acres  16.00 ...
Fitv  Valley Orchards Limited  W.i N.E.J    B.J N.W.} and N.W.} of N.W.}, Seo.2, Twp. 09, K.D., 200 acres....,,  40.00 ...
Fire Valley Orchards Limited  W.J N.W.} and N.W.} of S.W.},Sec.3.NE.} of N.E.},Sec.4,Twp.69,K.D.160   ac  32.00 ...
Fire  Valley Ore-hards Limited   W.J  N.E.},See.  2«,W.*},S.E.}, Sec. 35,Twp. 71, K.D.. 167 acres   83.20 ...
Fire Valley Orchards Limited   S.W.J  of N.W.J  an.l W.J   S.W.}. Sec. 7. Twp. 70. K.D.. 120.2 acres  66.80 ...
Grant  and  Simmers  E.  |  N.W.J and S.W.   1  ,,f NF..}. Section 7, Twp.  70. K.D.,  110..57 ncres  8 22.00 ...
Henry F.  Hay  s.i  N.E.}, Section 23, Twp. 23. K.D. 80  acres  ,  27.50 ...
Ja-. W.  Haner  s.K.   ;, Section 35, Twp. 23, K.D.. 16" acres  .*  42.50 ..,
C. It. Hume and B. A. Lawson  S.K.  }.  Se. tion 23, Twp. 23, K.D., 16 i acres  30.00 ..,
L. M. Hagar  part  N.E.J of N.K.  J, Section 14 and house. Twp. 23, K.D.. 20 acres  7.50 ...
Fred Hiskctt   Lot  23, Twps. 68 .md 69, K.D., 11.9   acres  ' 3.00 ..
L. M. Hamlin  Lot  143, Twps.  68 and 69,  K.D., 6.2 acres    1.50 ...
W. Howarth and W. Skldmore  Lot 202, Twps, 68 and 69. K.D.. 14.2-* acres  ,  3.50 ...
Wm. Kirby, Sr *. H.J   W.J  S.W.}  and W.J   E.J  S.W.}.   Section  10, Twp.  70,  K.D., 80 acres  25.60 ..,
Mr*.  Mary Loz/i  l'ml. one-third of S.J N.W.}, Section 1, Twp. 23, K.D., 26.6 acres   5.00 ..
Jo-.  Lonzo N.J  S.W.}, Section 20. Twp. 23, K.D. SO acres   20.00 ..,
 All  that  portion lying south of lllecillewaet River in EJ,Sec.26,Twp.23, K.l
!).. -0 acres   32.00 ...
 L.S.D. 12, Sec, 28, Twp. 23, 113 acres W.J L.S.D. of Sec. 32, 2.30 acres mill
sites.   ]-2-3-4   19.36 a-res  E.J   L.S.D. 1, 32. 10.03 acres, Part S.W.} Sec, 33,
37 acres, Pt. L.S.D.  I and 5, Section 33. 2 acres, K.D , Totalacreage 188.09 $ 59.00 ..
, Lol  BS.Twps. i.s   ,nd 69, K.D., 9.14 acres   2.75 ..
Mrs,   ('.  RadelifTe  L.S.D 6 of Seotlon 16, Twp. 25, Albert  Canyon, K.D., 40 acres  5.00 ..
Q. B. McMillan  !■:.;. ^..l''..',, Seel, Twp. 69, EG.} N.K.}, Section 86, Twp. 71, K.D., 160 acres  55.00 ..
F. McCarty  .Vl. N.W.', Se. tion 23. Twp. 23, K.D. V) ncres   45.50 ..
Thos. McMahon Est S.W.Pt.   S.W.J   Bec.33 and  N.W.P  N.W.  }, See. 28, Twp.23, K.D., 56 acros  17.50...
[van   Md'herson    Lot 12 of Twops. 0*- and 69,  K.D., 10 ncres     3.00 ,.
McCutcheon Pros Lots 73 (o 76, Twps. 68 & 09, Plan 960, K.D., 10 acres   8.00 ...
Wm. C, Hn-'-el  Lot 15, Twps. 68 and 69, K.D., 10 aores  ,  3.00 ..
Dr.  D.  Rainville   Lot 204,  Twp-.  68 and 69,  K.D.. 10.07 acres  3.50 ..
Gabriel Sirlanni  N.W.}, Sec. 24, Twp. 28, K.D., 160 acres  -  15.00 ..
•lohn Skogstrom  ,  N.W.J   16 L.S.D. IS, Sec. 9, Twp. 25, K.D.. 164 acres   10.00 ..
W. E.  Smith  Part N.W.}, Section 25, Twp. 23, K.D., 0 acres   4.00 ..
20.65
53.05
16.70
Thos. Lewis 	
C.  F.  Lindmark
Robt.  A.  Mathie
36.80
Chas.  Turnross Est N.-J  N.E.}, Section 33, Twp. 23, Greely Creel;, K.D., SO ncres 	
W. J. Twiss  Lot  20, Twps. 68 &69; K.D., 7.8 acres	
Frad W. Thompson  < Lot  190, Twps.  68 and 60,  K.D., 6.4 acres 	
Wm.  Williams   Illks. 1 to 8-M  to 24 of W.J,  See. 24, Twp. 71.S.L.2 of Lot 7150, Plan 1049,
Blocks Sa,  9,10 &   13a of  Lot   10583.G. 1, K.D., 368.9 acres 	
Thos.   B,   Wilson   Lot  1 17, Te p-f 68 and 60, K.D., 11.4   acres  -	
II K  Wallisl N. Wnr.l and 11   W.lli ...I'ait S.J S.E.}, Section 33, Twp. 20,   K.D., 40 acres 	
James Cleland  Bubd. Sec, 1, Villa Lots 85-26 and house,  K.D	
It.  It.  Copeland  lelt 4,  Block 0;  Lot  4. Block  10 Lot 6,  Block C, K.D	
... 21.60
... 2.00
2.00
... 30.00
... 3.25
... 2.50
... 23.50
... I.Ml
Jos. Ciitelli                  ...Lots 1-3 and house. Bloc't 3, K.D  4.50
... 3.50
... 12.50
... 1.75
... 2.no
... 18.00
... 11.80
, . 3.70
... 20.00
... 5.00
.. 3.50
... 14.10
... 7.50
K   W. Cameron  Villa Lol 9, Section 27. K.D	
MrB.  It.  N. Doyle  Villa Lot 36,  K.D	
It. lla. '1   Dil.em.iH i    Lot  10, Blo. k 6, K.D	
Hwlng and McQuire  Loi  7. Blook 9, K.D	
E.  ('.   Fromey   Villa   Lot   12,  C	
PJ, t*. Fromey  , Lota 1 and 2, Block 61, K.D	
g. Falsetto  Lol 3, Blo.k B., C ut	
.1. P. Forde  Lol ■ 9,  10 ml  Ll, W.J of 12 and hotis ■
M. Fuoco   ,     Lol   l  nn(i ho"**.  Block 7, c	
In., nee  Gooch   Villa  Lot  19      K.D !;•	
Alf   Graner  Lo<  2, Block ,*l. Lots 11 and  12, Block
Helena Go h   Lot 2, Block .1. Lots 11 and 12, Block
Pin-    fil,  K.D.
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2.00     10.35
2.00      2HA5
2.00      24.15
52.00  $   7.20
2.00   104.80
..$ 85.00
. 127.10
. 7.25
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. 24.90
. 57.10
. 28.35
. 40.15
. 38.35
2.00
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2.00
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2.00
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2.00
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31.70
7S.45
57.55
91.75
4S.20
17.70
17.70
66.50
22.90
53.05
17.70
19.90
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7.50....
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      9.85
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4.10
4.10
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5.40
4.60
26.70
5.70
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14.95
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83.50
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21.90
9.90
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5.95 TAGE SIXTEEN
THE MAIL-HERALD, h E\> E L fr- 7 OKE
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 8, 1913
Sale of Lands for
id Taxes
NAME OK  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  G*™
Cha-. lActha  Lot 4, Block 10, K.D  ^.70
Chas.  Johelka  Lot 4, Block 2, K.D *  »•«"
C. F. Lindmark  Lots 1 and 2, Block 4, 0 *  ^5"
Pasquel Minotti Lot 7. Block 2, K.D *  ^.50
Dom. Micieli  Lot 10, Block 4 and Lots 4 and 5, Block 3, K.D.  8.40
j. j. Porter  Villa Lot 39, E.l Lots 12 and 13, Block 60, K.D  34.70
Dom. Sirianna  Lot 2,  Blocs  7,Sectlon 27, Twp. 23, C »  2*^
F. Starohuo  Lot 8. Block 9, K.D  '•■»>•.'
Mrs. R. A. Upper  N.J Lot 29 and house, K.D  6*0(*
.1 «   Clark  Part 8.E.J, Section 27, Twp. 23, C  12*00
7.55
3.95
7-55
.30.
.30..
.50.
.16.
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.15..
.10..
.50.
.90.
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
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1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
l.OO
7.SO
5.00
7.10
4.80
4.40
42:10
7.60
4..50
7.50
l.OO     21.45
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C'this 15th day of October, 1913.
&
N. Ro. BROWN,
Deputy Assessor and ^Collector.
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The Gurney-Oxford
Attracts Madam To The Kitchen
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dainty cakes, golden brown biscuits, and light flaky pastry. A
special Divided Flue carries the heat to every hole on the range.
The top is perfectly smooth and clean, requiring no black lead polish.
But most important is the Economizer. It is a small lever that
moves around a series of six notches giving the exact degree of
heat required for any particular dish. The heat of the range
can be shut oft" and the kitchen kept cool between meals by
turning the lever to a certain number.
The fire is held at a low ebb
On a special Reversible Grate
until a baking oven is required.
Then the necessary heat can
be obtained quickly by simply
turning the Economizer lever
toanothernotch.
Such control as this
enables many smart
women to invent
some very tempting
dishes which they set
triumphantly before
their friends. It will
pay you to investigate the Gurney-
Oxford. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
CALL ON US-ASK FOR OUR NEW CATALOGUE "STOVES AND RANGES"
REVELSTOKE   HARDWARE
COMPANY,   LTD.
fit
€£
Advertise Your Wants in the Mail-Herald

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