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The Oldest Mining Camp Newspaper In British Columbia
Vol.   XXXII
GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1925.
No.   17
GOOD ASSORTMENT
Winchester and Western Ammunition
 and	
Dominion Canuck Shot Gun Shells
We have a splendid display ol
Heating Stoves
,., lust Received
Jugs, Cups. Saucers, Bowls, Glasses, Crocks sizes 2 to 4, and Dishes;
also Tafcle Oil Cloth Patterns
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
MILLINERY SALE
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For your Christmas Puddings and Cakes
Australian Currants Puffed Seeded Raisins
AU nice and clean The new Sun-Maid Process
New Sultanas
.    Bleached and Natural
Dates, Figs, Glace and Chrystalized Cherries,   ^
Nuts, Peels. Etc. S
For Quality and Value Order From Phone 46 ^a
GREENWOOD GROCERY     ��j
All Nats Selling
 at	
Reduced Prices
Ladies Fine Silk Mose
Boys'& Girls Stockings
Hotel Range, Dishes
and  Chairs
For Sale
Mrs. Ellen Trounson
AROUND HOME
Christmas parcels for overseas
should be mailed this mouth.
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Real Estate and Insurance
Fire. Accident & Sickness, Life.
Automobile. Bonds, Burglary, &c
Auctioneer
Houses for Rent or Sale
Call at the Office of
CHARLES   KING
Greenwood, B.C.
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TAYLOR &  SON
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We want your watches and are ere
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All Work Thoroughly Guaranteed
We handle a nice line of
SPECTACLES
A.  A. WHITE
Watchmaker and Jeweler
F. J. WHITE. Manager.
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BROKE,, starving:, desperate
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kill or be .killed���r
justified?   .   .
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heart-punch of this
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-_��� WE want, you to hear Thermiodyne���
to see it���to operate it���without, placing
yourself .under the slightest obligation to
purchase.^'- WW- > W *' *,���' .;
7 Iutell!gfcKt7consei.vative-'people every-'
where in. the United States and ��� Canada
are buying Thenniddyiies for"several yery
good reasons:- ���-/ ' y'y .,���-/���'
'_ "i.    Because -nothing-like-Thermiod^rie
��� i' ���. has ever been seen or heard before.
." -2. /Because'the famous Master Control
'. -,. 'makes.isistantaiieous appeal-. It is a
- revelation' to' hear dozens of stations
.    glide in and out,.each in its' proper
...._..":.. -place/as-fast-as the-knobis turned.
j;;- Because Thermiodyne uses���instead
'.     y of a neutralized circuit���an entirely
new principlein-radib.that elinjin-
- ''.atesy squealing,' howling,  anddis-
= . ibrtioh,'- and    converts    metallic,
harsh-iitss iuto.pure-toned .'melody.
- 4. - Because in addition to these revolutionizing features there is a selectivity, distance- getting ability,
������-, clarity, tone auality; smoothness
of performance and low cost of
maintenance that makes Thermio-
.-:. dyne's superiority - incontestable.-.
..-5. -Because, one careful7 competitive
. .      demonstration    is   cOBVinclflST���
��� ' .   Theruiiodyne's performance cannot
be equalled by any. other receiver
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RADIO, LTD.
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Plattsburg- :-"Keesevi!le_ " -Poughkeepsie
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Joe Price, of the Sally mine,
is   visiting1 his family  iu town.
W. P. Miller left by motor for
Spokane oa Saturday after a
week's visit in town.
Hugh McGiUivray, of Beaverdell, spent the week-end with his
family in Anaconda.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carr and
family, of Midway, have taken
up residence on  Kimberley Ave.
I. Skelton, who bas been employed at Trail for some months,
is visiting at his home in  town.
John Finlay, jr., of Kimberley,
formerly of Greenwood, has taken
a position at the Beaver mine,
Beaverdell.
Alfred Downey was in town on
Tuesday on his way home to
Grand Forks from installing a
radio at Kettle Valley.
Geo. Hallett, of the staff of
the Bank of Commerce in Fernie,
is visiting his mother, Mrs. I. H.
Hallett, in town.
Mrs. Sid Storer returned to
Princeton on Monday morning
after a few days visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Goodeve.
There will be a meeting of the
Hockey Club in Taylor & Son's
Store next Monday at 8 p.m.
All interested in rink matters are
requested to attend.
J. P. 'Flood, of Kettle Falls,
formerly of Greenwood, is now
manager of the Grand Forks
Meat Market opened up recently
by Jeff Davis in Grand Forks,
Hospital Society's
Annual Meeting
Elkhorn Fraction Bonded
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Rev. W. it. Wa.lfcjnshaw.B. A.',
"  Greenwood
Sunday. IfOvenifcer 22nd.
Beaverdell 11 a, m,
Greenwood 7:30 v.m.
.Wanted
A boy to deliver  milk. -  Mast
be used to horses. s"     '  ':���'-
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'��������� ���).'���������  Greenwood Dairy.
Lew Bryant returned on Tuesday morning from a few days
business trip to Spokane. Lew
motored to-"the American- city
with Billy Miller, and came back
by train.
Thos* Williamson, who is in
charge of the school at Crescent
Valley, is spending a week at his
home in Anaconda, the school being closed owing to illness among
ihe-pupils. .- 7*. :7.
Wm. ; Skilton,- of y.Tonbridge,
England,, who has been visiting
his brother, .Jas. Skilton,., left
this. week for a. .tour -through
Washington, Idaho and . the
Okanagan Valley.,   7
-.-A practice fire drill was held at
the. Greenwood Superior . School
yesterday 'afternoon when every
child - (nearly,; ninety ofy them)
was out; bf the building in. \l/i
���minutes..- This is considered a
very good record;- . ''WW "-'
. The ymanv, frieads of .Miss
Comma MacKenzie will .regret to
lear'n-that.she took very suddenly
ill ori Sunday in Vancouver arid
y?asy Operated pi Monday .for
appendicitis and Is doing as well
as can be expected.   -'. y , .
:'��� Dougald McPherson, M.P.P.
for this'riding, was well received
in his maiden speech-in the Leg-.
islature oh Tuesday of last week.
He-is kept very busy during the
session; and has been. appointed
on four important standing, committees viz'-, the committee oa
municipal matters, 'committee on
public, accounts, committee on
mining and the committee on
agriculture..."��� 77 ...'
. Herbert Hanson went hunting
near Princeton bn Oct. 20th and
as. he. did, not,.return.a search
party went put the. following day
and found? the youth dead. The
juryX. empannelled to investigate
the circumstances of death returned the , following verdict:
"That Herbert Hanson, came to
his death between 4:30 p.m. on
Oct. 20th and 4:30 p. in. on Oct.
.21, close to Goose Lake, about
five miles from Princeton, by
accidental discharge of rifle while
hunting." Herbert. Hanson, wais
bora in Phoenix and for some
time had resided with his parents
on their ranch near Princeton.
���He was very popular among his
pals and his sad ending came as
shock to them. The 3lncerest
sympathy of the entire community goes oat to the bereaved f am-
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The    annual    meeting    of   the^
8ociety of the Greenwood and Dis-1
trict Hospital was held  afe 4 p.m.
on Friday, Nov. 6feb,   in fehe  Bank
of Montreal Building.
T. M. Gulley presided over a
well representative gathering and
Btated that the present directors
for the year ending Oct. 31et, automatically retired and a new Board
of Directors would have to be
elected. Before proceeding with
fehe busiueBS on hand, the 8ec-
TreaR. read fehe By-laws of fehe
Society so that all present would be
acquainted with the laws governing the Society.
The Sec.-Treas. then presented
the annual financial report, stating
that eucb satisfactory financial conditions could; not have occared if it
were not for fehe generous Bupport
accorded the Society both in Greenwood and fehe surrounding districts.
There had been 218 patients treated, making 1840 hospital days
treatment. There had been 12
major operations, 56 minor operations, 7 births, 19 fractures and 70
outpatients. All of these patients
with a very few exceptions had
been discharged from tbe Hospital
enred, which was no doubt owing
to she ability of the resident physician and the care and attention
of the matron and staff. There
bad been a gross expenditure, in
which was included equipment, of
86951! 21, the receipts from all
sources amounting to $7537.95,
which left a comfortable balance in
the bank. The outstanding ac-.
counts due the Hospital amounted
to $111425, 8550.75 of which
seemed good, fehe balance of
$563.50 being doubtful. The Sec-
Treas. remarked that any person
seeing these figures and knowing
they were iu debt to, the Hospital
would respond with' fehe needful.
The amount owed by the Hospital
amounted 6h ��355.29, fehe amounfe
of this being moBfeiy for- equipment
and renewals ������-. of -material- namely
$238.99.
The 8ec.-Treas. thought that
great commendation was due to
the Laidies Auxiliary for iheir untiring efforts for the benefit of the
Hospital, and he considered it only
just feo record the. economical, management of . the Hospital by ;fehe
matron and staff.
.The annual financial statement
was presen ted, and adopted. after
the appointed auditor has inspected
the books and passed- them. . G. S.
Walters' was then . apjpoinfeed
auditor.;" V,-.../"   ���'/*W
The next business was .the appointment of directors any, person,
being eligible who. hadTCOntributea
$1.00 annually to"the-.Society.- ' ���.
P. H.; McCarrach stated that he
considered: that all the members of
Women's Hospital'Auxiliary should
automatically; be members of.this
Society, and their .fee..of $1.00
ahoald be.waived, as_each.member
of: the : Auxiliary--'contributed- to
each meeting of the Auxiliary, and
he would make a motion covering
fchje, which was unanimously carried. . The Secretary of; the Auxiliary was requested, to furnish the
Sec.-Treas. of the Hospital with a
list of,-members..
The following directors "were
elected:. T. M. Gulley; G.WS;
-Waltori?,: A. . Legault, Major B.
Gray; Mrs. S. Pannell, Mrs. A.
R.'���.'Boyce,. Charles. King, ~ P,. H.
McCurrach.'- G.. S. Walters' was
elected''-as "representative, of .the
Municipality of. Greenwood, and P.
H. McCurrach as representing the
Government. Two. tnore directors
were_necessary and the Sec.-Treas.
was instructed, to write to Bridesville and Beaverdell asking the
people, of these two towns ..to
appoint themselves a name .of a
director.' ' ""--'��� -
A mining deal of considerable
interest to the citizens of Greenwood was consumated on Tuesday when the Elkhorn Mines Ltd.
took over the Elkhorn Fraction,
adjoining the north limits of
town, on a lease and bond from
the Greenwood owners, G. S.
Walters, Geo. Hambly and Dan
McGillis. The amount of the
bond was not given out but it is
stated that a very substantial
payment was made on the purchase price.
The Elkhorn Mines Ltd. is a
private company, being incorporated in Victoria last week and is
backed by B. C. capital. Roy
Clothier is president and managing director and H. E. A. Courtney, of Victoria, is secretary.
Jack Morrison, an experienced
mining man, will be in charge of
operations which will commence
immediately. A hoist, compressor and other machinery have
been ordered and no time will be
lost in installing it after arrival.
Work will be started in the shaft
and an initial shipment of about
15 tons will be made to the
smelter.
The Elkhorn Fraction-is in the
center of Greenwood's high grade
belt and the development of this
mine will be keenly watched, not
only locally but by the whole district as it may easily lead to
the openingc-of other properties.
Mining Notes
A  40  ton shipment   of high-
grade ore   will   be   made   from,
the Beaver at  Beaverdell at the
end of the month.
Roy Clothier, of Beaverdell, is
spending a few days in town in
the interests of the Elkhorn
Mines, Ltd.
The Tenth Annual Northwest Mining Convention will .
open ih Spokane on Monday,
Nov.- 30th;-'���.���"and". will~--be-~b'eld "daily." -
until Saturday. This year's convention will be the biggest and
best in the memory of the oldest
prospector.
MaTtin Holmes and Jerome
McDonell have taken a three
year lease and , bond oh -the
Dynamo in Skylark camp, east of
Greenwood, from the Portmanns'. '
There is. a long tunnel on this
property and it is the intention of
the leasers'to drift on the three
leads: in this tunnel. . Work has
already commenced. ���_���
Votes'of thanks ahd appreciation
of .their services, were passed to the
[matron and staff of the Hospital.
A vote, of thanks and confideii-.ee
was. passed to ;Dr. Francis as " ajso
the President and Directors of the
Hospital.   '
The meeting then adjourned.
Land and Mineral Tax Sales
Attention is "drawn.to the Land
aad Mineral Tax Sales appearing os the inside pages of The
Ledge this week.
Season for Trout Closed
C.H. Robinson,^fishery overseer, has announced ./that accord-;
ing to the present, special fishery/
regulations for'British Columbia,.
trout:season closed ori N6v./14th, -.-
for' East and West, Kootenay,/
Christina lake, Kettle river and
its tributaries.   .
. The closed trout season/does
not' apply, however, to I)olly.
Varden trout, charypr "bull trout. .
Rocky Mountain whitefish,.chiib^
K6kanee--pr "ba'ss.:.-. '-.7 :'./-'.
. Fishing for trout .through .the
ice in any lake or stream is prohibited.. '-���" .'.'..'-    ...
Triplets
A' happening of unusual occurrence arid which will, prove
to-be.of considerable/interest to"
the farmers of ttm district, took
place at H. Bruce'S;..ranch, near
Midway y.bn Thanksgiving Day,
Nov. 9th,-when a cow g'ave. birth
to /triplets. .Two of the caiives
are living, the.other. wasdeadait.
birth;.'.. ���      ���-'���''.'��� ���-: - *: "��� :W ��� "'   *-
The: British Post Office has
["issued a warning that air persons,
.who desire . to send Christmas
presents to .the. Old -Country
should mail them longyin advance
of: the holiday. The warning is
for the purpose of. avoiding, delay,
to packages similar to that which
occcred last year owing to. the
great conjestion in the mail. ......
Irritable husband (to wife driv��
iag a nail): "Howeverdp you exr.
peet to knock a nail in the wall,
with a clothes brush? . For goodness sake, use. your head, dear*" THE GREENWOOD LEDGE, GREENWOOD, B. C.
Kettle River Assessmen
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Wednesday, the 9th day of December 1925, at the hour of 10 a.m., at the
Provincial Police Court, Penticton, B.C., I will sell at Public Auction the lands in the list hereinafter set out,
of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons, on the 30th day of
June, 1925, and for intei-est, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising- said sale, if the total amount
due for the period ending December 31st, 1923, is not ..sooner paid.
The Collector will be pleased to receive any information respecting the following list, where the owner
is or was a member of the Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of Section 151 of the "Taxation Act Amendment Act 1922."
I LIST OF PROPERTIES ��
Kettle River Assessment District���Continued
Name of Person Assessed
Short Description of Property.
Arrears of  Interest & Costs &
all Taxes     Penalty   Expenses   Total
Name of Person Assessed-
Short Description  of Property
Arrears ol' Interest & Costs &
all Taxes     Penally   Expenses   Total
Craig, John  Lot 123s, S.D.Y.D  $ 00.00
C. C. of TJ. Brotherhood  Lot 332 (part) 84 acres, S.D.Y.D     100.00
New Dominion Copper Co  Lots 429, 931, 1012 (part 42.0G ac.)     173.50
Plan
acres
501, Blk. "A,:
541 (part) S.i
GOT 	
G53   (part 12 acres)       36.03
GS9 (part 27 acres)         15.56
B.8271      13S.26
8.00
5.10
Mair, Hugh   Lot
Lee, Mrs. Mary Ann  Lot
C. C. of Universal B  Lot
Rhodes, Mrs. Marian   Lot
Powers, Mrs. Lulu   Lot
Clarkson, Lily  Lot 750 (part) plan B-1490         6.00
Norris & Megraw  Lot 781 (part 65 acres)  ,       2S.14
75.00
22.00
30.00
3.75
G0.OO
8.75
70.00
sub-lot 4 ~..Z .":..    766.00
(part) 5 acres	
(part) 47.45 acres..
(B% of S%)	
Megraw, Ainsley (Estate)    Lot 809s
Armstrong, W. H.  Lot 887 ...
Shamberger, G. \V  Lot 1135s
Johnson, Ashbury F  Lot 1136s
Ross, Thos. C  Lot 1136s
Thompson,  Chas  Lot 1213s
Craig, Mrs. Louie  :  Lot 1296s
Wheeler, Owen  Lot. 2709,
Okanagan Falls Land Co .'..... Lot 2710, sub-lot 14 (part) 360 ac     22.1.70
Thomas, William  Lot 2710, sub-lot 21        69.31
Meggitt, C. V  Lot 2735 (part)  4.18 acres         7.20
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co  Lot 2755 (part) 60 acres         9-15
Genelle, Hattie V  Lot 3046   (part 2 acres)       12-90
Ferroux, J. & Matthews, S. J  Lot 363S, sub-lots 2 & 3     492.00
Hutton & Todd  Lot 3672, part 100 acres       18-00
Chris. Coram, of TJ. B  Lot   1247    .1       60-00
Carlton, J. T  Lot 23, Blk. 71, Map 300     119.00
Sing, Tom   Lot 26, Blk. 76, Map 300 _       39.95
On,  Hong  .  Lot 24, Blk. 77, Map 300        40.18
Ho Chow Co  Lot 28, Blk 77, Map 300, and
Lot 30, Blk. 77, Map 300        43.05
On Hong & Chow King  Lot 15, Blk. 79, Map 300       36.73
Becker,  C        Lot 19, Blk. 79, Map 300         8.38
Johnson, Ole  Lot 970 (part)          6.00
Lofstad, Ola    '.  Lot 4, Blk. 3, Map 24       14-88.
Moore, J. W  Lot 2, Blk. 4, Map 24       10.26
Smith, L. AX'       Lots 3 & 4, Blk. 6, Map 24...,       41.31
Spencer, Mrs. L  Lot 3, Blk. 10, Map 24       10.26
Anderson, Mrs. Anna  Lot 12, Blk. 10, Map 24	
McMynn, Mary T  Lots 8 & 9, Blk. 12, Map 24	
Keffer & Lehner  Lots 12 & 13, Blk. 12, Map 24..
Bombini, Sam  Lot 1, Blk. 13, Map 24
Bombini, Michel
KefFer & Lehner- _.'..:..':.
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Costerton, Chas. E	
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Okanagan Falls Land Co..
Okanagan Frills Land Co..
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llody,  Reginald	
Carless, Chai'les	
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Okanagan Falls Land Co..
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Okanagan Falls Land Co.,
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Hody,  Reginald  	
Okanagan Falls Land Co..
Okanagan Falls Land Co	
Okanagan Falls Land Co	
Jupp, Harry M	
Okanagan Falls Land Co	
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Okanagan Falls Land Co	
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Lot 21, Blk. 32, Map 3 -  2-59
Lots 11 & 12, Blk. 36, Map 3  10.10
Lots 5 & 6, Blk. 40, Map 3  8-66
Lots 13 & 14, Blk. 44, Map 3  5-28
Lots 21 & 22, Blk. 44, Map 3 -.        8.00
Lot 13, Blk. 48, Map 3...         8.46
Lot 17, Blk. 48, Map 3         8.00
Lot 14, Blk. 58, Map 3         4.48
Lots 1 to 12, Blk. 75, Map 88  H-49
Lots 1 to 5, 7 to 12, Blk. 76, Map 88 14.28
Block "A", Map 85         3.52
Lots 13 to 24, Blk. 2, Map 4  37.02
Lots 1 to 24, Blk. 3, Map 4  74.04
Lots 1 to 24, Blk. 9, Map 4  74.04
Lots 1 to 24, Blk. 10, Map 4...:  74,04
Lots 1 to 24, Blk. 11, Map 4  74.04
Lots 3 to 12, 15 to 22, Blk. 15, Map 4 55.53
Lots 1 to 12, 17 to 19, Blk. 16, Map 4 46.26
Lots 13 & 14, Blk. 16, Map 4  16.47
Lots 23 & 24, Blk. 16, Map 4  9-32
Lots 3 to 24, Blk. 17, Map 4  40.25
Lot 2, Blk. 1, Map 1280         8.56
Lot 1, Blk. 2, Map 1280  3.57
Lot 2, Blk. 3, Map 1280  4.07
Lot 4, Blk. 3, Map 1280  15.47
Lots 1 to 14, Blk. 4, Map 1280  43.19
Lots 1 to 12, BIk.'5, Map 1280  37.02
Lots 1-8, 10-19, Blk. 7, Map 1280..;. 55.53
Lots 1 to 20, Blk. 8, Map 12S0  61.70
Lots 3 to 20, Blk. 9, Map 1280  55.53
Lots 1 to 18, Blk. 10, Map 1280  55-53
Blk. 11, Map 1280   21.96
Dots 1 to 10, 13 to 18, Blk. 13,
Map 1280 ....:  49.36
Lois 1 to 20, Blk. 14, Map 1280  61.70
Lots 1 to 14, & 16, Blk. 15, Map 1280 46.27
Lots 17 to 20, Blk. 15, Map 1280  30.85
Lots 3 to 6, Blk. 16, Map 1280  12.34
Lots 7 & 8, Blk. 16, Map 1280....  H-65
Lots 11 to 20, Blk. 16, Map 1280  30.85
Lots 1 to 20, Blk. 17, Map 1280.  61.70
Blk. 18, Map 1280 ;  5.43
Blk.  19, Map 1280  5.53
Lots 1 to 20, Blk. 20, Map 1280  61.70
Lot 3, Blk. 3, Oliver Townsite  8.38
Lots 27 & 28, Blk. 4, Oliver T'site.... 44.19
Lot 29, Blk. 4, Oliver Townsite  20-44
Lot 3, Blk. 7, Oliver Townsite  12.67
Lot 10, Blk. 7, Oliver Townsite  55.99
Lot 7, Blk. 14, Oliver Townsite  12.67
Lot 13, Blk. 15, Oliver Townsite  22.19
Lot 17, Blk. 15, Oliver Townsite  25.34
Lot 1, Blk. 17, Oliver Townsite...  27-87
Lot 10, Blk. 17, Oliver Townsite ...*       9-51
Lots 2, 3, 4 (part), Blk 1, Map 59.... 6.50
Lot 1 (part); Blk. 10, Map 59  30.30,
Lot 2,  (part), Blk. 10, Map 59  16.00
Lot 5, Blk. 10, Map 59 .;... 55.60
Lots 6, 9, 10, Blk. 13, Map 59  21.00
Lots 13 & 14, Blk. 13, Map 59         4.20
Lot'16, Blk. 13, Map 59  ."   3-*>0
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Lot.16, S-V2 17, Blk. 18, Map 60  21-00 .-
Lot 6, Blk.. 26,-Map'60 : ._...    ��� 18-0Q
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Lot'3"3i-(part),-330 acres, S.D.Y.D.- ^Hf --
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'Lot 425 (part) 106.4 acres ::::.:..: 1    2*5-;Yi'
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./Lot 900, W%; 160 acres .I....;.......:.'....'";' ?�� ok
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. Lot 1283s (part) ,146.5 acres.......:....: :; f^'^-
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Kettle River Assessment District- Continued
_ THE GREENWOOD LEDGE. GREKNWnrm B. C
Ur-
Name of Person Assessed
Short Description of Property.
Arrears of Interest & Costs &
all Taxes     Penalty   Expenses   Total
Turner, T. B .:.	
Gustafson, Axel .....
White,  J	
Oarbone Est., Jos ,
Sask. Underwriters, Ltd.
Sidley Est., _R. G	
Sidley Est, R. G	
Sidley Est., R. G	
Sidley Est., R. G. '.	
Sidley Est, R. G	
Sidley Est, R. G.	
Sidley Est., R. G. ...
Sidley Est, R. G.	
Kitley, Yeoman C	
Kitley, Yeoman C	
Cooper, J. F .-.
Cooper, J. F	
Chris. Comm. of TJ. B	
Chris. Comm. of XJ. B	
Chris. Comm. of U. B	
Chris..Comm. of TJ. B	
Chris. Comm. of TJ. B	
O'Brien, Wm.	
Douglas, J. J. 	
Chris. Comm. of TJ. B	
Chris. Comm. of TJ. B	
Chris. Comm. of U. B. 	
Chris. Comm. of TJ. B	
Chris. Comm. of TJ. B.	
Chris. Comm. of TJ. B. ......
Chris. Comm. of TJ. B. ......
Chris. Comm. of TJ. B	
Chris. Comm. of TJ. B	
Chris. Comm. of TJ. B.	
Chris. Comm. of TJ. B	
Chris. Comm. of TJ. B. ......
Chris. Comm. of U. B	
Massie, Geo. E.  1	
Jaeger, iC	
Conklin, R. S. .-. :.
Chambers, Mrs. E. J ....
Whiteside, A. L :.
Whiteside, A. L ....
Wilemon, M. W	
Okanagan Falls Land Co. .
Okanagan Falls Land Co. .
Hody, Reginald -	
Hody, Reginald  ....
McDowell, A.	
Similkameen. Fruit Lands
Stebbins, Geo. V	
Similkameen Fruit Lands
Stebbins, H. W.	
Cox, W. H.	
Wilks, John	
Wood, L.'J	
Harrison, John  	
Tickell, Chris. ~
Hooper, Jas	
Similkameen Fruit Lands
Co.
Co."
....  Lot  31S6  r  51.00
... Lot 3227    42.00
.... Lot 3395 (part) 200 ac  25.00
.... Lot 3395 (part) 120 ac. Plan B. 1788 17.00
....Lot 3589 ..:  50.40
....  S.W. y4i Sec. 3, Tp 65   24.00
.... S.E. 14 Sec. 4, Tp 65  .'.... 20.00
.... N.E. %, S.E. Vi, Sec. 9, Tp 65 .:  5.00
... N.W. % of, S.E. Vi, Sec. 9 Tp 65   6.00
... W. %, N.E.%, Sec. 9, Tp 65   12.00
... E. y2 N.W. Vi, Sec 9, Tp 65  12.00
... S.W. % of S.E. Vi Sec. 16, Tp 65'  6.00
S.E. Vi of S.W. % Sec. 16. Tp 65   6.00
s   XL M  tt  c_~-   -i a   "���-   ��� 36.00
]    33.00
29.16
39.73
98.38
30.51
53.94
120.00
107.68
33.9S
17.27
27.96
59.41   ,
142.31 '
76.89
190.26
92.87
80.39
149.84
"80.88
74.90
264.69
193.76
174.52
65.78
25.00
37.48
36.72
39.75
49.75
64.15
82.71
,62.02
17.51
43.02
70.98
63.32
46.26
80.00
63.98
51.28
49.27
95.30
57.82
65.66
Co.
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co.
Tribe, Jas	
Johnson, Peter	
Ashmore, Frank	
Benson, Stephen 	
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co. ...
Similkameen. Fruit L��,nds Co	
Davis, Wm	
Daoust. J. C.	
Similkameen Fruit Lands Co. ...
,  Howson, Geo. ..-.	
Snowden, W. H ".	
. Burdett, S. & E. ......
-".'. ���_    Barcelo, Mirs.' Lucy ..���.......;..:..:...: ._
-���_"..' Similkameen Fruit Lands Co. .:.'.
- ; y/Wenger, R: 1 :..���..:.:.:...; :-..'..
;.     Parker, Andrew ..;.:......:......._..:-.'.....
'-.- ""'Gordon, Ernest :..'..'..".���:': ...'.-i.:...
- -   - Chisholm, Colin.. "-. X.. ; ...:..
'   Moody, Dr. A./W. ...:,.'..;..,.., XX...
,/   .Twiss, E..L.-.:.'....-....-; .V..:....'...'.;;.;..
-Knight,' .Dr. .Lewis .:..,...,:.-...'. .....
.-���". Guest; .Edwin :.....:..."....::.....:.:.:....- ;.
..-Byrnes; Mrs: M.; /..:.:..._:...;........;..
Miinskaw, ."Geo. M. _;_.:.....:-: :.:...'....
/.../.Moody Dr.-A:,W~^.^.:.:^::.W::::r.i
- -' Cawston Est:.. It. "L.-,.:_:..;...".:....;...-..'.
,-: Similkameen'Fruit-Lands Co.'..'	
" Cawston "Est.", R. L. ....."....:...:.;..:......
���Robertson, Thomas S'X. ;./'.".-.....:
Similkameen'Fruit Lands .Co. ...W
-,-.: Weir, 'John  S. '...:..:..;:..:.:.:."....:.:..:..:..
.'���.Similkameen-Fruit Land's Co. ........
���   Similkameen Fruit Lands: Co; .:.:.:...
. -. Rogers, HI E.-ll. ..:.'. '���..-...���;.'.	
.������   Rogers,-.H. E. R. WW.;...../ ,..:..
-Rogers,, H. E. R,-���.-.-.':;..-..��_.'..:":..'...:'..:...:.
:. Rogers, H.E:..R. ...X...X....i. :...:..
-Rogers, K.'.E,- R. ....:...." .":	
-. Rogers, H. E. R. /;.:.:.:...:.......:.:..���	
- -Rogers,':H. E. R. WW:..:.;.;.:..:.;....!.
..Rogers, H. E. It. ;.:.���_._/....-.:....-.-......:���:
,   Rogers,, H..E./R. .....:.:..,...........;........
- Rogers,-H.-'E.R. .... ;._....���_���;	
, Rogers, H. E;:R :....:....;:.../...
-Rogers, IT.. E. R/ ;���.., :;...���.: .:;..
Rogers, H. .;E. R. ,:.:..W:..'..-..;....::	
"Rogers, IT. E. R. -. ;.....; ���.-.
. .Rogers, H. E. R. ...._:.;_.._:.....;:.;.......:.,
Rogers,. IT. E. R. .......:....;./...:;.....;......
Rogers* H; E. R. ........'......,......:../......
- Rogers, H. E.R. :......:.. ";_	
Rogers, H. E. R. ....:.;���;...	
Rogers, IT: E. R. X...X .....;! ..1
Rogers, IT. E. Rl  :.._.:..;......-.;.W..
. Rogers, U. E. R. ..,.......���:... ;.......
Rogers,"H. Ei. R. ..;.:.;......;.:............-...
/-Rogers, ��� H, E. R. _..W���.:.
Chris.. Comm of U. B........;...... .I.:::	
': Chris.- Comm bf.TJ. BI '.'.'������, - - X.  ..:' ...
-..-Norris,- W. H. .:.l.i..::^...:.���.-..;.;:���;...;..
. Mair, Hugh ...:.....:...... :::,.....'..,:.::...���...
Mair,"Hugh .���....:.���..........'���..���;...;... ;_i.
Mair, Hugli-...:.:-./.-.-...;���....-....;..,,;..::-......,
. Mair, Hugh '���-.-.i::.:_:.;...;*.; *' ������.;._.;.'-....
-Hollenbeck, H. ��� O.- ���..l':...:-..;.:.���-...���.i	
���Century.-Investment Co.;. Xxyyx..
��� Century Investment: Co.-._,.....:;_.....;...:.
-.Barcelo,-IMrs. Lacy..;....���.:...���:.��� ���...
Dick Hong ..:...;......;......���;.....; XyX....
Powers, .Thomas. ..:.:..:......-;;..:.:.-..;	
"Powers, Thoifnas :......: ... ."_...-	
' Powers, Thomas 	
Powers, Thomas - X....X.X. .	
;..Crosfay,-.Hugh--..;..:.._...v::.l.*'.^
-':Crosbyv.-:HugIi; XXyyyxyyXyyy
ySimilkam'eeriyFruit'.Lati'ds ..Co; ,"���;;'..:.-;._-_-''.
  S. i^ N. Vs Sec. 10, Tp ������ 	
  N. Yz S. V�� Sec. 10, Tp. 88	
  Blk. 9 (E. Vj) Map 77 	
  Blk. 10 (S. }&) Map 77	
  Blk. 10, Map 104 	
  Blk. 13, Map. 104 	
  Blk. 14, Map 104	
 :-. Blk. 15, Map 104 	
  Blk. 16, Map 104	
  Blk. 10, Map.... 300 :	
  Blk. 11, Map 300	
  Blk. 2, Map 523     7   ..
   Blk.   6,  Map  523      .
  Blk. 7, Map 523  	
  filk. 8, Map 523   .    ..    .
  Blk. 9, Map 523   '..
  Blk. 10, Map 523 	
  Blk. 11, Map 523	
 -' Blk. 12, Map 523 	
   Blk. 13, Map 523 	
  Blk. 14, Map 523	
  Blk. 15, Map 523	
   Blk. 16, Map 523' ..ii	
  Blk. 17, Map 523	
    Lots 1 & 2, Blk. 3,, Map 567	
  Lot 4, Blk. 3, Map 567	
......... Blk. 135 & 135A, Map 719	
 - Blk. 136 & 136A, Map 719 ...:	
......... Lot 1, Map 817 :	
  Lot 9, Map 817	
  Lot 1, Blk. 2, Map 888	
......... Lot 374 (part) 320 ac, Map 1279	
 - Lot 337 (part) 303 ac, Map 1279	
....:... Lot 374 (part) 5 ac, Map 1279 	
-  Blk D (part) 40 ac, Map 1415	
   Lots 1 & 2, Blk. 1, Map 1479 ....... ....
  Lots 3 & 10, Blk. 1, Map 1479	
 Lot 6, Blk. 1, Map 1479 .......
........ Lots 1 to 4, Blk. 2, Map 1479	
  Lot 5, Blk. 2, Map 1479  :........
  Lot 6, Blk; 2, Map 1479 _.
 - Lot 14, Blk.* 2, Map 1479  :....'........:...;
..:.- Lot 22, Blk. 2, Map 1479 .........
....... Lot 24, Blk. 2, Map 1479 ..; .'.'
  Lot 4, Blk. 3, Map 1479      u���.uo
 - Lots 12 & 13, Blk. 3, Map 1479  112.33
  Part of Lot 15, 4 acres
Part, of Lot 16, 4,4 ac.
Part of Lot 17, 4.38 ac.
-,     Part of Lot 18, 1.78 ac.
..-   Part of Lot 20, 1.82 ac.
,.    Part of Lot 21, 3.79 ac.
Part of Lot 23, 255 ac.
Lots 24 to 28, Blk.-3, Map 1479    213,54
-  Part of Lot 2, 2.31 ac. and
Part of Lot 11, 2 ac, Blk. 4, Map 1479
  Lot 1, Blk 4, Map 1479	
.......Lot 7, Blk. 7, Map 1479	
  Lot 9, Blk. 7, Map 1479 	
  Lot 11, Blk. 7, Map 1479 	
--- Lot 13,,Part ot 14 to 22 and /
J^ot 23, Blk. 7. Ma.p 1479 	
   Lots 10, 15, Blk. 8, Map 1479 	
   Lots 11, .12, Blk. 8, M0.p 1479 	
  Lots 1. 2, Blk. 9, Map 1479 	
-..-- Lot 4, Blk. 9, Map 1479	
   Lot 3, Blk. 10, Map 1479 	
- Lot: 10, Blk. 10. Map 1479 	
....  Lois 13 & 14,- Blk. 10, Map'1479  1M.OT
-:.-- Lots 1 to 3 &5.to 7, Blk. 11, Map 1479: 112.57-
-..:- Lot 5, Blk. l2,".Map 1479....-:;....:.'.:.:...:'...:.. .-11.71
-..'.  Lot-1-, Big 13," Map 1'479 .;..'.���:. ...'...:
....  Lb'ts..2 & 3, Blk. 13, Map 1479-.........:
.... -Lot 7, Blk. 13,. Miap. i479--.:::.-....:.:..-.:.:..
.---Lots 8 & 9, Blk.,13, Map 1479.:....:..,.
-.-'"Lots, 16 & 17, "Blk.,13.- Map 1479 ..;  -��iv.xi
.:.;. Lots 18, & (19 N 'y2)rBlk..l3, Map 1479  ' S2~.87'
...Lots (19 Sy2)'&;'20,.B"lk, 13,' Map 1479  100.20
.:-: -Lot'4,- Blk. 17, -Map' 1479 -..:,.....:.:     87.55"
-.:, .Lot ��� 5, Blk. .17,- Map 1479 ���;..". XX. :. " S7155'
... Lot 6, Blk.. 17,\Map-1479/..:....���..���.......���..    64.36
:~ Lot-.-7rBik-.-i7rMap-i"479".:7:.:.7...;...":::.:".;..::--/96.o8'
...Lots 8"to 13-&' 14, Blk.-17,* Map-1479':...-"629.14
..."'Lot 3, Blk. 24,-Map 1573.;.-...;..;.:..;	
... 'Lot "4, B!kl '29," Map :1573-W.,.-...:...:...
.v."Lot.2, Blk. 31; Malp 1573"..'.-...-...:.:....:'...
... Lot 3,-Bik, 34, Map; 1573  .'...-.	
:: Lots 6 & 7, Blk. 35, Map 1573 ..;...:7.
.'.'. Lots 8 to 12,' Blk. ,35, Map 1573-..;.....-.
l...Lots 11 to i4,-Blk._37, Map 1573-......
.;' Blk.-1;" Map-'438 i.X.yX....:. I..:..:.:
..Blk. 2/-Map 438 .������..._:..���.- :.	
..  Blk. -3,"Map-438" ..'. .,.:....: ...:
.:. Blk.' 4, Map' 438. ...-....���:. .-.-.,...:.���:........'
.. -Blk. 7,-Map 438 .'.;..:���._.......-.���.'...���. ,	
.: Blk. 9/Map- 438 .: ., I.:...,./	
.Blk. 10, Map 438  1 [ _l...'.-.._.
1 Blk! 11, Map 438 ...y..X :...._.���....
- Blk. 14,-Map 438/..:.:.;...- .-.'..:.-.._.:
- Blk. 15,. Map 438 ........:..,...:..: ,....:
. Blk. 16,-Map 438........:.......: .:.....::...
-��� Blk. 17, Map .438 ::.....?:,._ I.'......
. Blk.' 18, Map 438..;'. .���..-..'...-.- .- :....'.
.  Blk/ 20, Map 438 ..���.::..:'...:..:.'..::	
. Blk. 21, Map 438 .:..:.:.:; X..:...:....iX
'- Blk. 22, Map 438-:..:.:.: ......:	
Blk.. 23. Map 438 ....:, : .....
Blk. 24; .Map,-438 ...1;....:.... .......
Blk.' 25, Map 438 ............
Blk. 26, Map 438 ....:...:.:;....:...:: :.:...
Blk. 28, Map 438': l....;.l;.........'.	
Blk. 29, Map 438 ..;:....���.........:.;..:....,....~:
-Blk.'30, Map 438'.::;.:. Xy..xX:x	
Blk. '31, Map 438 I.'..;,;.;:.::.:..-.'.....-..:.;::...-:.;.
-Blk 21, LotsTtb'-19,"Map 39;. [..:.:.
Blk. 22,-Lots 1 to 15, Map 39..:...:..:....::.:.
-Blk. .1; Map 87 :.���.:..:...:.'���_'���.;_-...:;..i.i:.:^
-Blk. 2, Map 87..-..:..-....,..:......:.::::. .'..:
.Lots 1 to 8, Blk;. 3,-Map" 87 ..,.-1:..:...-.:....  ^.^
Lots 1, 8 & 10.tb 12, Blk.. 4, Map 87..... 123.77
9.69
7.98
6.34
3.14
10.12
4.56'
3.80
.     .95
1.14
2.28
2.28
1.14
1.14
9.36
8.58 ��
,, 6.83��
9.51
26.50
6.18
12.56
32.05
28.43
8.40
4.22
4.95
10.53
25.26
13.62
44.12
21.70
18.74
37.17
17.68
16.49
65.15
47.44   '
41.30
13.02
4.75
7.14
6.95
7.69
���    9.97
11.79
20.61
14.86
2.83
5.80
17.14
10.74   ~
8.02
13.60
15.70
8.82
8.43      --���
22.93
9.95
15.60
24.74
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
.    13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
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13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75 o
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
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13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
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13:75   .
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13.75,
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13.75
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13.75
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13.75
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13.75
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\
.    74.44
63.73
45.09
33.89
74.27
42.31
37.55
19.70
20.89
28.03
2S.03
20.89
20.89
'   59.11
'    55.33
49.74
62.99
138.63
50.44
80.25
165.80
149.86
56.13
35.24
46.66
"    83.69
181.32
104.26
248.13
128.32
112.88
200.76
112.31
-, 105.14
343.59
254.95
229.57
92.55
43.50
58.37
57.42
61.19
73.47
86.69
117.07
90.63,
34.09
62.57
101.87
87.81
68.03
107.35
93.43
73.85
71.45
131.98
81.52
95.01
152.82
KeMe River Assessment District
<Uh���q��e���. tae_ ���������._ ���v *. .X�������15* ��V4XPo(XV" ------P-       ���    -0"'*6
the total amount due is not sooner paid.
 ~_.^u iu_.uci.-ai claims nereinafter set out, of the  persons in  said  list hereinafter  set 'out,  for the
delinquent taxes unpaid by the said persons on the 30th day of June, 1925, and for costs and expenses, including
the foot- rrf -J'�����_���_-     ���- ;aj amount due js not sooner naid-
C0STh��f C d,Vertising said sale> "
LIST OF PROPERTIES
Name of Owner
Name of Claim
Lot No. Taxes Penalty  Costs    Total
M. Co
M. Co.
Eclipse M. & M. Co	
Younkin, W..E ;	
Mara, J. A. Est .....
Div. Lakeview Con. G. M. Co :...
Eclipse M. & M. Co.	
Eclipse M. & M. Co	
Div. Lakeview Con. G. M. Co...	
Temple, C. Dunbar 	
Eclipse M. & M. Co	
Div. Lakeview Con. G.
Div. Lakeview Con. G
Temple, C. Dunbar	
Eclipse M. & M. Co	
Eclipse M. & M. Co	
Eclipse, M. & M. Co 1	
Eclipse M. & M. Co.':	
Eclipse M. & M. Co.	
Eclipse M.o& M. Co. '.	
Eclipse M. & M. Co.	
Div. Lakeview Con. G. M. Co.
Morton, W. D. et al	
Frith, K. C. B., et al 	
Ehind,   Geo	
Pelly, A. N., et al	
Pelly, A. N., et al	
Div. Lakeview Con. G. M. Co. .
Eclipse M. & M. Co.'..	
Temple, C. Dunbar	
Megraw, A.. Est.	
Eclipse M-..& M. Co. ...
Calvert,   Wm.	
Calvert,   Wm, ....
Thompson, J. 0., et al ....
Leg-gatt,  Dave	
Pox, W. C. .;........................:....
Waterloo Con. M. & M. Co.......
Dalrymple,,. Wm.  ...-...���	
OSOYOOS MINING DIVISION, SDYD
  Apex	
  Admiral Dewey	
Argen    1	
Bulls' Eye Fr
Buller	
Bobs	
California  ....
Champion  ....
Crown
........^
Fletcher, C. H. Est.
Consolidated M. & S.
Consolidated M. & S.
Consolidated M. & S.
Co.
Co.
of Can.......
of Can	
. Dividend   ......_...
...Dividend Fr.	
. Denver	
. Ellen	
. Eclipse Fr	
. French	
. I.-X..L ....
. Iowa    :	
. Kitchener1	
. Kruger   	
.. Lakeview    :	
. Lily 	
La Tour  :	
Mayflower 	
No. 2	
No. 3 	
Orient	
'Otter .'.
Rambler	
Rock Creek ...:	
Strathcona   	
Spotted Lake ...
Spotted Lake No. 3	
St.  John	
Tenas Frac	
Toledo	
Waterloo	
White Grouse	
GREENWOOD   MINING
Anaconda	
Bald Eagle	
Black Jack
19.38
. 17.21
66.87
93.87
44.75
483.88
85.80
112.84
127.50
57.82
72.01
55.84
149.86:
31.62
. 63.24-,-'
Z'35.70 -. ,
-.71.40'
119:i7''.
31.16
-. 130:32;
--'-40:22 "
--���; "49.27. ,
-��� 74.9'Q.-
- 134.20
��� -100.55 -"'
���. ; 50.26-
��� ' -16.23.
.- > 35.68
X 48.68   .
-��� -35.68.
��� ���   32:45;
45.35 -
���  51.90
.51.90
' 51.90
". 64.90;
58.35   "
-.58.35  ,
58.35 '
���32.45- .
58.35
- 64.90" -
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Fletcher, C. H, Est.
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Fletcher, C. H. Est.
Consolidated M. & S.
Brawders, L. E	
Consolidated M.
Consolidated M.
263 751 Consolidated M.
Consolidated M.
36 46 Jewel Denoro Mines
34.98  Consolidated M. & S.
9211 Fletcher, C. H. Est. .
129.91 Fletcher, C. H. Est. .
66.17  Consolidated M. & S.
Xs*-   Clark, J.-A. et al 	
579 87 Consolidated M. & S.
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171.79
81.52
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Norma Mines Ltd
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  2814
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  1931
    .    1473
562s
$9.50
11.50
52.50
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9.25
6.75
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4.50
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117.00
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34.68
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47.84
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24.15
22.33
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26.49
26.23
222.79
18.48
150.43
170.53
25.71
24.93
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24.67
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25.19
204.59
14.01
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Silver King Gold Mining Co	
Rumberger, G. W. et al	
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Consolidated M. & S. Co. of Can....
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Norris, W;- Hi; etal -...-l...:....::.-......'.'.,".';.. 'Lygia
Ltd..  '
Fanny H. Frac.".!
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Gem Frac	
Glasgow Fr	
Golconda Fr.
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Hit Me Frac	
Imperial Fr	
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GRAND FORKS MININCJ DIVISION
. Black/Eye ,N"o.. 1 _���:....:/.���...;..;.; ..XX
. Canyon" .'.:,...:..:;..; :...;. .-.-.- .....
. Dominion   ..; ..;....; ...;:.....".....
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. Hijniphrey.pavy. XX. [.....'. .....:-.-.
.- .Joker- Frac. ..: ;:..::.....-.. ....':.;���..-;���..
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Pan..:.;.;-...:., 1.
Silvertbn" Fr. "....
St.- LawTence Fr.
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Toney. Frac."'.:::..:
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.. 1102
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13.00
11.50
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25.45
21.81
26.49
17.39
27.27
25.71
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23.89
25.71
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24.93
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14.01
15.83
18.43
15.83
27.01
22.85
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24.67
23.89
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27.01
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21.55
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24.41
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W.'-It'DEWDNEY,. Provincial Collector.
X For Kettle River. Assessment District.
B.'C.
RADIO OPERATOR TRAN��1
y     ;   X MjTS TO:AUSTRALIA
208.4-i
_ 65.44
Dated at Penticton this 12th day of November, 1925^
-W. R- DEWDNEY, Provincial Collector,   ']���
7For-KettIe River;Assessment-District;
Clair Foster operating a small homemade ' radio . transmitting station at
Port Alberni, British Columbia,.estab-.
ed. a new world's reeord,_:..wl_eri;.he
communicated .'���across'., the: Pacific/and
qyer/-,l.:0,0p/miles ./of'/Australia,'while
more ythan./a;'quarter/lot/the'-.distance
'was iii, daylight.; ���! .:.'��� '-' r_yX~ ' ".'-,
.: it is well, known'-iri- radio .'circles
that daylight transmission is very
much more difficult than night and
j that sending over the sunset or
. suiime  line  offers- still, greater 'oh-,
stacles-to the,travel of wdib.^ives'.    .transmitter to 'the steady nnwavering
The .'.most: remarkable'/feature   of
Mr. Foster's'record!~ however," is' the
extremely snialL' power  used  by   his
transmitter.    Instead. o��'a..-.transmit-.
ting vacuum tube;:he-iised/ari; ordinary-,. ' receiving,- '.tube,:/-, powered*' with
���jieayy,'duty,-?:B"'ibatteries' intended for
reception- 'purposes';- .The' total potver
required by the. Foster transmitter in
establishing this  trans-Pacific record
was only 13 watts, a fraction, of the
power used by the ordinary electric
light bulb. Electric  flatirons,  for instance,- usually use ahont 250 watts.
Eallio experts in discussing this record, ascribe the efficiency of .Foster's
signals' ' which.' it' emits. The usual
amateur transmitter draws its power
from alternating.can-ent mains caus-
ingvA.'-.hum /which, detracts from the
steadiness.,of .signals."By using batteries Foster'-has1, eliminated this difficulty,-        W ''
The Association Against the Prohibition Amendment estimates that
there are 1,100,000 bootleggers in
the United States. And still the association is dissatisfied. ��� New York
Times. - -   -
^K-3���^m,Hs,_____:t?_s. THE  LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1925
THE
LEDGE
W. A. SMITH
Lessee
Is $2.00 a year strictly in advance, or
J2.50 when not paid for three months or
more have passed. To Great .Britain and
thc United States $2.50, always in advance.
ADVERTISING RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices $25.00
Coal and Oil Notices     7.0c
Rstray Notices 3.00
Cards of Thanks     1.00
Certificate of Improvement.  12.5��
(Where  more  than  one claim appears ii? notice, $5.00 for  each ad-
ditioual claim.)
All other legal advertising, 15 cent9 a
line first insertion, and 12 cents a line for
each subsequent insertion, nonpariel
measurement.
Transcient display advertising 50 cents
au inch, each insertion.
Business ^locals  I2^c.  a  line each insertion.
Extract from "School Law"
The attention of parents is
directed to the following- extract
from the "School Law":
Article 15, Clause 2.
It is required of each and every
> pupil of a Public School, that he
present to the teacher  an excuse
from his parent or  guardian  for
tardiness or absence from school,
with   the  reasons  therefor.      In
the case of a graded  school,   the
Principal shall  be  the judge of
the sufficiency of the' excuse, .and
' he shall - recognize; as sufficient
reason' for" either, .tardiness  or,
absence:'; X "���'. ./WW;...' -"../. .-' "./
(l)-'.Sickness-o'f pupil. :���-.'."*;   .--
(2) '/"Sickness7or. "affliction, in
*���' the f amiiy/   //:."."'   -/"yy ������./;'-. "..'.-���
.. (3) --.'Danger ytoyy health   from.,
serious exposure. *��� - WW
'������'-. (4)  .Any." .- other . unavoidable
���-' cause/which" renders attendance
- .impracticable. '���. /"
Dougald McPherson
Makes Maiden Speech
Victoria���In a maiden speech characterized by unusual vigor, Dougald
McPherson, the new member for
Grand Forks - Greenwood, look opposition members to task in the Legislature on Tuesday, Nov. ,1.0th, for
their comments on the Doukhobor1
question, and other issues of the
bye-election at which he won his
seat.
Opposition comment on these
issues, hc said, had afforded him excellent campaign material for his next
election, but he said that the people
were sick of the constant scraps and
accusations for which the House was
famous, and hc urged his fellow
members to cut out such nonsence,
and get clown to business.
"Had the government not seen fit
to go ahead and force the Doukhobors
to comply with our British laws, I
would not have been a government
candidate," he said. "And if they
ever allow these old conditions to
come back I shall not support this
government."
To the suggestion from H. D.
Twigg that the time chose for prosecuting the Doukhobors was unfortunate, Mr. McPherson said: "The
time was the first that I ever had a
chance to choose, and I jumped at it.
I have no apologies to make for that."
He added that although he had
been the central figure in the 'diabolical plot" against the Doukhobors
described by Mr. Twigg, he was
still a good friend to these people,
who came to him to settle their little
troubles, and not the member for
Victoria. He hoped to see the day
when they would be good citizens of
British Columbia, and when it came
there would be  much  credit due the
(y ���:..'.,.* Midway News  ..
'.-  }Don'i forget the. '.'Sard  Times"
/Dance;at tbe Farmer-? Hall on -Fri-
'-dayj/NbV.'^Oth;:'',' Prizes.���will' be
given.. Bd^h'eprshestra will  furbish the music."-- '������__ ���".-"'  '       . / . /-""-
-.; Last .Saturday-" 14th :,was a.-red
��� letter; day in, the Ladies Aid, when
they   held   their   annual   bazaar;.
The gale of fancy/ ���work,./novelties,
/candy, /produce,-���___ fishpond  and  refreshment^ realized  a, grand total
of oyer .8100.00..'���' Quite, a number
.qf visitors, from Greenwood; Myncaster and. Kettle- Valley attended
the sale.    Much credit-is due to
'"the.workers, whose untiring efforts
and hard work made the bazaar eo
successful. ���'��� '.'-'--..'./���..-"'-." /������������'-''"���_������"' ."���
List ofHospitalSubscribers
- The Board.of Managers very.
thankfully acknowledge receipt,
of. the - following/subscriptions."
: Anyone 7. wishing- to . subscribev
kiridly call at ihe office,,, or mail,
to Chas. King, Sec;-Treas.', when,
receipts ' will, be /given;, and
amounts "acknowledged 7 in ^ the
current.issue of/The Ledge.
Previously acknowledged'...-;.'
.-...,.$1569.75:
��� G.-S. Walters, yearly sub......
..... 7 .1.00
.'H..'Bryant, yearly sub. ..:'.....'.
..-._.- '.   ..���;���   I.'OO
War Veterans....,.:;..-.......-,.....
������"-7:-^7-55
, J. N; Paton..,-.;.".;....-.,..:-..;',-....'
v..y. ..,-72.00'
Total y $167.1 20
a
A Man/Must Live?'
Richard Dix cornea fcb the Greenwood Theatre on  Saturday,- Nov.,
21st, ; in his newest Paramount
starring: pictore, --."A. Man, Must
Live,'' directed by': Panl/Sloan.e as
as his first screen work- XyX"-'Xy.
It. has been said that the best of
Paramount's Firs* Famous Forty
are yet to cotne and they certainly
nmst have had a hunch about "A
Man Mast Live," adapted from
"Jangle Law." by I. A. K. Wylie,
Jacqueline Logan and Edna
Murphy head a strong cast playing
in snppbffc.of the star. Others are
George If ashy". Charles Beye��y
Lucins Hendersoa.andVJane; Jeh:
ninga.    "/. .'������ y -r- xy. *' -' ;::/=; ���;-' / /,'
Bix'e role in the production is
said tobe that of.fcbey/6cYeen's first
-real reporter..,;..'-." ''W*/.W '; ;WW
Well,.sea whatjyoa tfaiak "about
H
erean
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ere
Major-General Sir Fabian Ware,
vice-chairman of the Imperial War
Graves Commission, who has been
visiting in Canada during October,
has been recalled to England much
earlier than he expected. Prior to
sailing on the Canadian * Pacific
liner, Montclare, I'rom Montreal, he
expressed the hope that he would
be able to come to Canada again
next spring so that lis could give
Canadians in the West some idea
of what the Imperial Commission
is doing' in caring; for the graves of
western youths who perished during the war.
Robert L. Rice, Jr., of Boston, and
J. Y. Cole, of Harvard, took big
chances when they attempted to
travel by canoe from Rouyn to An-
gliers at the end of October. Although they started in beautiful Indian summer weather they ran
within a few hours into a bad storm
which filled their canoe with half
melted snow and almost froze them
into unconsciousness. Fortunately
they arrived in the nick of time.at
a fire-ranger's hut where they
stayed a few days until the storm
abated. They were prospecting in
the neighborhood and were hone the
worse for their perilous trip when
they finally reached Montreal.
government.
"There must have been some merit
in the government action or it would
not have changed an adverse majority
at the general election to _ a majority
in my favor," he said. - -y   .,,,"
The Doukhobors had not hesitated
to enter-the courts and  denounce the
laws , of'this province  as. man-made-
laws,'-contrary to. the laws, of- God,
andyto" openly.declare';-their,-- intention
of setting them at" naught.' *-.-/. .77.
/ "Such'things-: make/' my  'British'
blood .boil.'-Wthe  member-declared..
Ordinary .punishments'had   failed to
suppress - their activities,  in'/ burning
schools,' he'- said.-  /There'/ was. no
secrecy -about the.-.governments pro-
posedplan of seizingytheDoukhobors'
"goods and "selling-them "in satisfaction
of unpaid fines, .but the - Doukhobors
had chosen to-.believe, that"' the/warnings' were" mere, .bluff, "such" as they
had  encountered -from/this" aiid.tlie
preceding government in times  past..
.*���':' Evidence of the", seriousness  of the
situation he  showed"'by. -figures."-"������-In
1921-.there'.were / 11 ��� Doukhobor
.schools /with 415' enrolled,' ..and "an'
average daily'attendance - of' 219, .almost allboys:.: By-1924/there" .were'
no;..schools���-operating,   ��� :and"'  eight
school buildings had been burned.-' ..   .
/_:::'S.ix':months/elaps"ed_.since_j..the.gbv-'
ernment.triokyits drastic  action.    He
said the Doukhobors had built six new
schools and  had. others' under  construction. '���-' There  were .300 -Doukhobor children-attending, school,   including a considerable 'proportion  of
girls for the first time.        ."'.-.'.
y The Doukhobor vyas not a-man of
such good morals as had beenrepre-
sentedj-he claimed,   for. he- had -not
hesitated to.imperil' the ljves_ of-resident teachers in burning down schools
-at-the dead" of night."-\
He.denied that the S.50GQygrant to
the irrigation district 'during- the bye-
election, had any political strings', to it,
and said that instead of a'certain. settler
having been threatened with action to
collect'/ arrears .'of payment-due - the"
government to force/him to votefor
the Liberal candidate; /he had personally interceded to get this.- man more
lenient-treatment. from the . Land
Settlement Board,.- although/ the man
never had.-.'any.- intention , of 'voting
Liberal;-/yy;    / ���   ���-"���-"/''- '--.WW   :
- l'n.'cohclusion -Mr.'. McPherson said
he was opposed to such a large capital
"outlay as. would be required-to build
the P.:G.EZ.into the Peace river or
into.North-Vancouver,-but suggested
that--some cheaper mean's of .��� trans-.
portation might be found as a substitute for the expense of completing
the line between Quusnel and Prince
George:.X .He urged ;that,.the.goyierrir-
rii'erit devote" attention ..to.:, bringing:- in
new settlers,'but. urged that/they be
discouraged from going into remote
districts where there are no conveniences. ���-"-.-.'-
He pleaded for tax'reductions, and
suggested that a start be made on the
personal property tax. ������-    ���-���''"', _   -'
Bob Shawkey, New York Yankee
veteran pitcher, who organized rhe
party of major league baseball players now hunting big- game in New
Brunswick, shot a moose with antlers
spreading oG inchc-s and having .28
points, according to word received
at Fredericton, N.3. Shawkey shot
his moose the first day the party
spent in the woods. This information is conveyed by another party of
hunters who passed the camp of the
ball players at Nepisiqui Lakes. In
the group are - some.: of the best
known.-players "'in- the -American"
League,. Eddie-.Collins',- Babe Ruth
and-Muddy; Kuel being "among them.-
���.-Tlie.rbmance/oi'/a,- world' cruise
culminated  in' New ' York .City  recently' '-��������� when   . -Dorothy - -, Holmes '}
,0'Ryan,'daughter-of' Major-General'
.and.-Mrs.-John. E./O'Ryan, "of New-
.York," -married -Darwin /Curtis,'/of
; Chicago."   The.,couple; met. for the '
first time a year ago ;on" board"the
Canadian -Pacific  liner: Empress -of
France  which/' was  then /making*, a"
tour of'���the-wor'ld.' It is feared;they
had'no eyes for the, world marvels
-.which were .unrolled before; them ion'
the'tour," since it is stated they-fell
"in"love-at first .sight-and could only
:.see each-'.bthor. 7 The -.marriage was*
- performed-by. the. Rev. Father Francis; P. Duffy, chaplain.of "the "Fight-
.'ing.ySixty-ninth," \a  regiment  "coni-
- manded by .the-bride's father during
the -war".',".   :-.''.-' WW -i-.y'-X y.Xy'*
'-.. Good .reading- for- Canadian Eaei-,
"Tic" shareholders'- is "furnishfd'-'in~the',"
September statement'.pf'gross earnings, .-working-  expenses -and "net,
profits.'   It has been the  most -favorable' month for- the company in
a   long ..tinie. ,  The..gros.s..earnings;
Cver.e-.��18,909,071,���the greatest shown'
in- any .month; since- .October,, 192-1. .
Operating' expenses' were   $12,0-11,-'-
452.and the difference between .tlie.
two, the  net/profits" $0,267,619;/an '
'increase "of $i".710_973..over;'the".c6r-
;" responding month of last year.. Nef-
-:eaTnirigs  for "the, first'. three 'quar-.
; te'rs..of-;tliis   year,  ending  Septem-;
_ber-.30th,. is" $.1,1Q0,()39 greater -than
the 1924'figures, despite a'.decrease,
earnings 'of _bver four, arid-'
���mygross
a ...half'''million", dollars.
..made " possible - by-; the
policy, of-rigid economy.
This"., was
dompany's-
.:- ';���"��� ."������ W SENDTOUR' ���'-.:������; .
;y;|^pOTS;^d;7SHpE3^
GEOl: ARMSON,1'; '&&ndi Forks,
.Tbe 20t!s.^aiiiry,.Sfeoe..Reoalrer..
AH work acid material gaaiaateed,
--;��� pay pesstage pa* way.
H
erean
dTh
ere
"Canada has the greatest opportunity of any community on the face
of the earth," stated St. Loe Strachy,
editor and proprietor of the London
Spectator, in the course of a recent
address before the Canadian Club.
He stressed the advantages the country enjoyed in her large wheat area,
electrical energy, wood pulp and
mineral assets. '
Between 20,000 and 25,000 men are
expected to work in the forests of
the Province of Quebec during the
coming winter, according to the chief
forester of the province. It is anticipated there will bo a good season
in the pulp and paper products, but
that the cut of lumber will not be
Go heavy owing to the low price prevalent for sawn lumber.
SYNOPSIS OF
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant, unreserved, surveyed
Crown lands may be pre-empted by
British subjects over 18 years of age,
and by aliens on declaring Intention
to become British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation,
and improvement for agricultural
purposes.
Full information concerning regulations 'regarding pre-emptions Is
given in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,
"How to Pre-empt Land," copies of
which can be obtained free of chargo
by addressing the Department of
Lands, Victoria, B.C.. or to any Government Agent. -
Records will be granted covering
only land suitable for agricultural
purposes, and which Is not timber-
land, i.e., carrying over 8,000 board
feet per acre west of the Coast Hanga
and 5,000 feet per acre east of that
Kango.
��Applications for pre-emptions ara
to be addressed to the Land Commissioner of the I_.ar_d Recording Division, in which -the- land applied for
is'situated, and are made on printed,
forma,. copies of which can be obtained from the Land Commissioner."
- Pre-emptions must be occupied for
five-years-and improvements made ���
to-value" of.$10' per'acre, including
clearing-and cultivating at least five
acres,- bet'ore/a Crown Grant ,caxt b��
"received.-   ���':.   ���    X , V-v   '.   -'"_"���:   /-'-
. For moro .detailed information "see
the - Bulletin . "How    to  -Pre-empt.
���Land." -    ."    -���    '. -.-   -������������ .'.���-'."-'   "    ���
���..".���-'   ;   - ,.: PURCHASE. . 7  ���-
:   Applications, are-received for purchase -_. of . vacant . "and , unreserved
Crown ' lands,  not. being. llmberland,
. for- agricultural purposes;: minimum
price for first-class (arable)-laiid-la .
$5 per acre/ and second-class .'(graz- .
. Ing). land $2,50 .per-acre;   Further In-'
formation "regarding purchase dr-leaso
of" Crown. lands - ls. glvaii. ln. -Bulletin'
,'Ko.  10,- Land Series, "purchase and..
Lease- of Crown. Lands."" '."..'-���
. Mill;. factory, ��� or industrial sites oa".
timber land, ,'not exceeding 40 acres,
may be purchased'or. leased,- the .con- "
dltlon's  ���   including, ' payment-    of
stiinipage. *   ���" -.-'��� "   .'"--.-: ���       "., ,-'
/HOMESITE LEASES  ',,;   -
/   Unsurveyed areas/not exceeding. 2,9
���acres,  may .bo  leased  as  h'omeslten,
conditional   upon' a'- dwelling -'belli*
-erected In the first year,. Utle-b8ln��,
obtainable   after  residence"- and  Im- ���
provenient ..conditions   .are ..faifUlad
-and land haa.been surveyed. -.' -.-7.* -
W--.--Y-W ���-��� LEASES"- v:"Wr/'/W;"
-  For   grazing   and   Industrial-  purposes-areas not exceeding" 640 ..acrM-
"rn'ay  be "leased by one poraon or-.a-'
company.' '        .     " ,   ���'.
GRAZING
Under the Grazing "Act the Frov-
' Ince""is divided Into grazing distxloUi
arid the" range-administered under a
Grazing-,   .Commissioner.       Annual'
.grazing permits are ;l"ssued baaed, oa
' numbers," ranged, priority, being: given
to established owners.   Stock-owners
may . form.-associations -for ��� rangd
- management. ��� Free;",. "or - partly:'. free, ���
permits, are available -for settlers,;
campers aa* tr��.v��ll��r8,.-up to.7 lea"
bewd ��� .-....'
Cordial relations between the ports
of Quebec and Liverpool were emphasized recently by the exchange
of cables by the respective Chief
Magistrates of the two cities. The
occasion was the Civic Week Celebration at Liverpool when the Lord
Mayor, Thomas Dowd, sent Mayor
Joseph Samson, of Quebec, greetings to which the latter responded.
A record for October weddings
was established at the Windsor Station, Montreal, early in that month,
when twenty couples invaded the
Concourse on their way to Boston,
Quebec, Ottawa and Toronto. Two
of the bridegrooms were bounced
following time-honored custom. It
used to be the fashion to subject
brides to this usage, but since" the
advent of short skirts the practice
has been frowned upon.
IN THE  SUPREME  COURT OF
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
IN PROBATE
DR.
A. J. DORMAN
DENTIST
Office:
McCutcheon Residence
Greenwood
IN THE MATTER of tlie Estate of Wellington
Elson. late of the City of Greenwood,
in the Province pt British Columbia,
deceased.
NOTICE is hereby (riven that all creditors
and others having claims against lhc estate of
the said Wullington Elson, deceased, who died
on or about tlie 23rd day of April, 1925, are required on or before tlie 30th day of December,
1925, to send liy post prepaid or deliver to
Malissa KUen Trounson, of Greenwood, B.C., the
Kxecutrix of the Estate of the above named
deceased, their Christian and surnames, addresses and descriptions, tlie full particulars of
their claims, the statement of their accounts
and the nature of the securities (if any) held by
them.
AND  FURTHER  TAKE   NOTICE  that
after such last mentioned date the said Executrix will proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased aimniy   the parties  entitled   thereto,
haviuy repaid only  to the claims of which she,,
shall then  have had notice and that the said
Executrix will uot be liable for the said  assets
or any part thereof to any person or persons of
whose claims notice shall  not  have been   received by lier at the time of such distribution.,
HATED the 13th clay of November, 1925,
CHAS. F. R. PINCOTT,  .
Solicitor for Malissa Ellen Trounson,
Executrix of the Estate of Wellington
Elson deceased.
DR.   A.  FRANCIS
Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 69
Greenwood
1     INDEPENDENT  MEAT MARKET    "
We carry only  the best stock "procurable in
Beef,  Veal,  Pork,   Ham,  Bacon, Lard, Etc.
A trial will convince you
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' To "bring  they Arctic .within, thoy
'scope'of,,tourist traffic-is the- object.-"
of the Marquis'M.:N. degti Abizzi',"..'
���winter sports "director at. Lake -Pia-
dd.-'who is..organizing, pack..horse
trips ofy thirty-' days'-.duration .'next;
year" from ..the.,, Canadian���.',Pacific.
"Rockies as far- north'-.as -the-CoiuTn--
bia. Ice" .Fields' within '.the   Arctic;
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horses  and  outfit, across .the. Sas-.
katchewan-';River' and .;canip,   near
��� thaysourccs of ythe" Athabasca' which
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is scheduled between June 28' and
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