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VOL. 1
GREENWOOD, B.C.THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1926.
���  No. 12
Hunting Time is Here
Try us for
Winchester and Western Ammunition
. .       .
 and	
Dominion Canuck Shot Gun Shells
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
Fine Quality New Crop
Currants and Sultanas
Now In
For quality and value order from ,' Phone 46
GREENWOOD GROCERY
The Newest !n Light Globes *
Edison Mazda
Inside Frosted Globes
Giving Bright Diffused Light
TAYLOR & SON
Phone 17
Get the   Habit
,-" -   Eat  -
Fresli  Chocolates
Shipment just in from factory *
NEILSON'S
Box, Bulk, and Bars
Can't be Beat
^VE'SDRUG STORE
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We carry a (rood line of     ' \f)
Men's, Women's and ��r>
Children's' Rubbers   rf
Stanfeld's Underwear  jyj
An Assortment of Ladies
Fancy Handkerchiefs
\&    We have the agency for the    ��?0
^ Stewart Warner Radio &
jvo Demonstrations   given    each' ~k)
v�� evening, except Sunday.  You
v-M are cordially invited to listen
iXj to a good programme.
��j Ellen Trounson's Store .8��
Real Estate & 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.   '
We would like to call your attention to
the fact that our
.    REPAIR DEPARTMENT    ,.
is always in a position to give you the
best there is in
Service and Workmanship
If you have had difficulty in getting
your watch to keep time bring it to us
and we will make it right', ���
We handle a good line qf Glasses ^
A. A. WHITE   ^ .
Watchmaker and Jeweler
F.J. White, Manager
Greenwood Theatre
SATURDAY, OCT. 23rd
Commencing at 8.15 p.m.
Let us Quote you on
Farm Machinery
Agents for the
JOHN DEERE Line of farm and Tillage Goods
BROWN'S STORES i
MIDWAY AND ''   _    ROCK CREEK
BM'MM'M'MMM'M'BgB-M-M-a-nM-^^
MEAT  MARKET
(Under new management)
H. J. PURKIS
if
Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal and Poultry
Home Made Sausage and Pork Pies
Home Cured Hams and Bacon
A TRIAL SOLICITED
MAILORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
COPPER STREET -:��� GREENWOOD
Splendid indeed!
XheJSplendid-Road
By Vingie Roe
A drama of the gold country where
men fought'for gold���fought for love���
fought for life itself, and the woman
who played-their game, their -way, and
won!
with
Anna Q. Nllsson, Lionel Barrymore,
Robert Frazer
supported by
Edward Earle Gladys Brockwell,
Pauline Garon^       Marc'eline Day
Russel Simpson       George Bancroft.
Adults 50:
Children 25c.
Coming! Saturday, Oct. 30th
"The Dark Angel"
WILLIAM II. WOOD
PHYSICIAN AND SURG HON
GUISltNWOOD
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ANNOUNCING
Kootenay Metallurgical Laboratories
Provincial Assayers and Metallurgists
Completely equipped for
Custom Assaying and general Analytical work
Ore testing, Mill designing, etc
Our aim Quick. Accurate and Unbiased Service
No work too small ���"       No work too large
We solicit your patronage
310 Baker Street - P.O. Drawer 1.073 - Nelson, B.C.
The United Church of Canada
Rev. Andrew Walker, B.A.
Minister in charge, Greenwood
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23rd
Christian Valley, 2 p.m. ���"-*
Westbridge 7:30,p.m.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24tn
Beaverdell 11 a.m.
Rock Creek 3:30 p.m.
Greenwood 7:30 p.m.
Beaverdell Briefs
FOR SALE���A 1-32 h.p. electric
motor with pulleys and clamps attached, 110 volts. S12.00. Apply to Wm.
Walmsley, Greenwood.
Apples
Wealthv    40c & 60c.    'Bismarks  7Sc.
Mcintosh 70C&S1.00.   Snows   -   75c.
Blenheims $1.00.
in your own boxes.   T. A. CLARK,
Midway.
T. Brannigan, of the Merritt
Hospital, spent a short vacation
in Vancouver.
D. G. Lauder motored over
from Princeton and spent the
week-end in town.
T. Crowley and N. E. Morrison
spent the week-end in Kelowna.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cruse, of
Lardeau, are visiting in Vancouver.
Mr. ancl Mrs. H. Pannell were
visitors to town, on Friday last
from Midway. - ' !
Wm. Walmsley attended a
meeting of C. P. R. agents' in
Nelson on the 17th inst. '
Constable W. B. Stewart is on
his, vacation and is spending part
of the time hunting up the Main
River. '    _
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Mr. and Mrs. B.> Lequime, of
Norwegian Creek, have recently
taken up residence in the Parish
house.
T. Hdrtland left on. Monday to
visit-his son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hartland, at
Edgevvood. .    ���'���>.-
Mr. and'Mrs. Silas. Smith and
Mrs. M. Bohle, who were visiting
friends in-town/left on Friday last
for":Blakeburn.
Mrs. Mary Christiansen o'f
Tacoma, Wash.; ��� is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Geo. Watson, on
Norwegian creek.    ���   ���
The old Star Theatre has been
selected as the Badminton-Basketball Hall and the finishing touches
are'fbeing done this week.        "   -
���Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roylance,
who have been spending their
honeymoon at ' prairie- points,
arrived home bn Wednesday.
Mrs. R. Inglis, of Beaverdell,
and Miss Irene Inglis, of Grand
Forks, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Sater, during the weekend. ''."".
- 'Mr.^and Mrs.':"E. Mellrud left
on Sunday morning ��� for Beaverdell where they will reside, Mr.
Mellrud being employed at the
Tiger mine. ���  ���
��� Wm. Jenks and son, Gordon,
and Harvey Leith, arrived by
motor from Lulu Island on Monday, for a couple of weeks deer
hunting in this district.
D. D. Munro, of Vancouver,
Trustee for the City of Greenwood, paid an official visit to town
this week and attended a meeting
ofthe City Council on Thursday
evening.
The Ladies Aid of the United
Church, Greenwood, ��� will hold a
Sale of Home Cooking and Fancy
Work on Saturday, Oct..30th.
There will be a Fish "Pond for
children. -    ���
A great improvement is being
made in tha main thoroughfare of
town, by the building, of the road
across the vacant, ground in front
of the McKee residence.' . This
will eliminate two turns. ���*���
Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Fraser
and family, of Osoyoos, were in
town over the week-end, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S.
Walters. On Sunday the youngest
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fraser was
christened in St. Jude's Church.
Bob Simpson was in town on
Friday en route home to .the
North Fork from a visit to Midway. While here Bob called on
his nephew, Harold Erickson, who
is recovering from a fractured leg
in the District Hospital.
Gari Intilla returned home on
Monday. Since leaving here in
the spring Gari has travelled in
the. northwestern States and was
ih Lethbridge for the.harvest, but
was only able to get two days
work on account of the wet
weather.-  ��� .-' ]    y
The many friends, of D. C.
McKee are pleased to see him
around town again, after having
been a patient in' the District
Hospital for several weeks, where
he was recovering-from injuries
received when he cut his left foot
and severed four toes. '
The Ladies of the Altai- Society
of the Catholic Church will hold
another of their enjoyable card
parties iu the Parish house on
Wednesday, Nov. 3rd. Prizes
will be awarded; also a general
admission prize to the holder of
the ticket with the lucky number.
Refreshments will be served.
Admission 25c.
A. N. Mowat, of Greenwood,
vvas a visiter to town for a short
time on Monday.
J. Gamble, of Nelson, has joined up with the-local hunters ariti
expects to land some big game.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Elver and
daughter, Doreen, have returned
from a ten da^.visit with friends
in the Okariagan. "
About fifteen citizens of Beaverdell motored i:6' Greenwood on
Saturday ' evening to take in the
special show and dance.   /   , .
Mr. Holmes, .of Vancouver,
head agent for the Denver Rock
Drill Co., is spending a few days
in this vicinityhunting, deer.,
Work of installing the plant at
the Bounty is going ahead'stead-
ily, and Mr.. Stanhope, the owner,
expects to have it"' in running
shape shortly/
T. W. Clarke has already sent
to Greenwood a be'autiftd and
costly prize for. the best original
costume, for the big Masquerade
Dance,on Nov. 8th. Great interest is being taken for this big
event. ' - v
The Wellington mine is jiow
preparing to ship its third carload
of ore within a month. The low
price of silver is very discouraging
for one or two of the hew properties which are - getting good
starts.'
Midway News
Ace Mesker left for Spokane
via Nelson, during the week.
��� -The Women's .Institute will
.meet,on Nov. 13th instead of the
6th.'' Members take notice.
A.,Miles, who has been away "at
the coast receiving medical attention has returned" to Midway.' -,'--.
The Ladies Aid will-hold their
Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. '6th,
instead of Oct. 30th, as stated'last
week.
Master Willie Tippie returned
on Friday from several months
holiday in Portland and coast
cities. ' ���
Tt is expected that Midway
will' turn out en masse for the big
Masquerade Dance in Greenwood'
on Nov. 8th.   .. ���    "
There will be a meeting_ofjthe
Directors and ,Hall committee on
Saturday next/lOct. 23rd at 2:30
p.m., to reconsider the Basketball
club's requirements. Directors
please be there it is to your
interest.
A Dance will be held jn the
Farmer's Hall on Friday, Oct.
29th. Dancing from 9 till 3 a.m..
Bush's melody orchestra will keep
things lively.
C. E. Whitney-Griffiths, of the
.advisory board of Farm Institutes,
was a visitor to town on Saturday
last and addressed a meeting of
directors and members of the
Farmer's and Women's Institutes.
He was motored from Kettle
Valley by Major Gray.
Successful Pantry Shower
The Pantry Shower given by
the Women's Hospital Auxiliary
on Thursday, Oct. 14 th, was a
great success. The contributions
being varied and numerous.
The first part of the afternoon
was the regular business meeting
at which the following officers for
the ensuing year  were elected:
President, Mrs. A. R. Royce.
Vice-Pres., Mrs. A. J. Morrison.
Secretary-Treasurer,'Mrs. H. T. -
Newmarch.
A hearty vote of thanks was
tendered to the retiring officers,
for their most efficient work during the past year.
The secretary-treasurer report-,
ed a balance of cash on hand of
$111.21.' v'
After _ business' was disposed of
dainty refreshments-were- served.
'������' The meeting was well attended,
several ^visitors being present from
distant.points.
The-next regular meeting will
be held on Oct. 28th.
Golf at Kettle Valley
Grand Forks golfers motored,
over on Oct. 17th and played a
return competion with the Kettle
Valley Club members, the latter
winning the majority of games...
The-weather was beautiful and
the links were in excellent shape.
Tasty -refreshments were served
after the- games. The result follows:
Grand Porks Kettle Valley,
Mrs. Muir beat Mrs. Hamilton 1 up. .
Mrs. Reid lost to Mrs. Roberts 3 and. 1.
Leslie beat Miss Sloan.
Gregory��� beat Dunn 1 up. ���'
Moore beat Cagnon 3 and 2.
H. D. Hamilton beat Muir 1 up.'     ...
Gray beat Pincott 2 up.
King lost to Henniger 2 up.
A. Roberts beat Manly 4 and 3.
J. Richter beat Campbell 4 and 2.       ���*'
B. Richter beat Reynolds 6 and 5.
F. Roberts and Watson all square.
'J; B. Hamilton lost to Grisdale 5-and 4.
Tax Sales'
��� A, public' auction of Crown-
granted mineral .claims for delinquent taxes will be held on Monday, Nov. 1st, at 11 a.m., at the
Provincial Police - Court, Penticton.        '
The public auction of lands for
delinquent .taxes will be held at
the above  mentioned ' place  on ���
Wednesday, Nov. 10th at 11 a.m.
Both advertisements appear in
ihis-issue yy,���_���
Rock Creeks Junior Pig Club
Word has just been received
that the above' Club,has been-
awarded second prize in the Inter-
Swine Club Judging Competition
in British Columbia.
.The teaching staff of the local
school and other teachers of the
district are attending a Convention in Nelson.
' Geo. Watson has bought Mrs.
Mary Christensen's ranch..' on
Norwegian Creek, the deal being
consumated on Friday last. Mr.
Watson has resided on this land
for about 10 years. It_ contains
200 acres, and this year he has
about 40 acres sown to fall wheat.
Vingie Roe -   w
cVingie E. Roe is the author of
"The Splendid Road," a novel
based on the California gold rush
of 1849, which comes 0to the
Greenwood Theatre on Saturday,
Oct. 23rd, in film form. Anna Q.
Nilsson, Lionel Barrymore and
Robert Frazer are featured.
Three's a Crowd
Doctor: Congratulations! You
are the father of triplets!
Dyer (who married a telephone
operator): Just my luck she always gives me the wrong number.
W. V. Blythe, D. Kayes and
J. Kayes were visitor to Greenwood on Wednesday from Bridesville.
M��MllWMUt'...UTaMII!MMIM_ll___a
EIGHTH ANNUAL
War Veterans Masquerade Dance
MASONIC HALL, GREENWOOD
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, 1926
Thanlcsgivini? Day���Armistice Day
7 PRIZES
Doors ouen at 8 t.m. Dancing at 9 p.m.
GRAND MARCH AT 10 P.M.
Bush's Special 5-Piece Orchestra
Admission:   Gents $1.00. Ladies 50c, Children 50c, Supper 35c;
.Only those masked allowed on the floor until after the Grand March
.:ii!l ���V--'- *""~  W.-SR^i''-. �����   -i'-j y
THE   GREENWOOD   LEDGE
Kettle 'River- Assessment '.District:
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of NOVEMBER, at the hour of li 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 unpadd by said persons, on the
30Lh day of June, 1926, and for Interest, costs and expenses, -Including the. cost of advertising said-sale, .-if
the total -amount due for the period ending Decemfber 31st, 1924, is not sooner paid.
LIST OF PROPERTIES.
Name  of   Person  Assessed
Short 'Description  of  Property
Arrears -Interest Costs
of all       and and
Taxes. Penalty. Expenses.
Total
30, 33, 34, Block 13,
35, 36, Block 14, 	
Nam*  of   Person,  Assessed
Short Description of Property
Arrears Interest Costs
of all       and and
Taxes. Penalty. Expenses. Total
CROWN  GRANTED  LANDS S. D./D,
Keremeos Land Co.,  . Lot 114, 1 acre,	
S. M. Johnson, *.. ........Lot 165s, 312 acres except K. v. R.
right of "way,  _ ._..���	
Robert Dibble   Lot. 382, 1. acre,	
��� William Brown,  *_ Lqt. 436s* 272.67 acres,  ....
William  Browjn,    ��� ...Lot 437s, 303.46 Stores,	
V. E. B. Robinson ....Lot 580a I-.....-	
5. M. Johnson & Tuzo Estate, <. ���.Lot 622s, 117.54 acres, except   Plan
A 166, :..
6. M. Johnson, ....Lot 624s, except Plan A-166,	
Greenwood CSty Water Wforhs, Lot 821, except 10.01 acres D.D.
(16776, A and Plan B 1412. ..	
Rock Creek < Trading Co  Lot 862, Lot 8, Block 3, Map 2033, ..
West Kootenay Waiter Power &
Light Co.  Ltd.,  Lot 971s, 4.36 acres, C. of T. 13062 A
Wlest Kootenay Water Power &
Light Co., Ltd Lots 972s, C of T 13062n 	
-ABhbury iF. Johnson Lot 1136s, Lot 2, Maip 1832, 	
$. M. Johnson & Tuzo Estate,  Lot  1274s,  	
5. M. Johnson & Tuzo Estate,  _ 'Lot 1276s, 	
6. 1$. Johnson & R. McLeod,  Lot 1413s,  .:...--.	
Joseph A. Brown,  Lot  1471s, ...:	
South. Kootenay Water Power &
Light Co.,   - Lot 1623, 9.76 acres, 	
Jaraies L. Jaraell,  .-..Lot 2005, except Plan 79,	
Mrs, E. G. Warren,  Lot 2365, 	
J. A. Tuzo Estate,  :.. Lot 2578, except K..V, R. right-of-way
Howard D. ��am|eron,  ��� Lot. 2698, Sub Lot 4	
West .Kootenay Power & Light Co.,..Lot 2701, 65.7 acres, C of T 23362 H
Hugh  Leir Lot 2709, Sub Lot 3	
William Thomas,   -.-Lot 2710, Sub Lot 21,	
Hugh Leir,   -.- Lot 2710, Sub Lot 57,  :..
Johnson & Tuzo (Estate,  Lot 3638, Sub Lot 4, 78.87 acres,	
Johnson & Tuzo Estate,  Lot 3638, Sub Lot 5,  ��� ���	
Johnson & Tuzo Estate,  - Lot 3638, Sub Lot 6,  _	
W   'H   Petley,  _ Lot 3639, .Sub Lot 10 :.	
Arthur M], ,Shaw N%, MEy4, Sec. 22, TP. 53,-	
Arthur M- Shaw,   N&, NW.%,Sec. 23, Tp. 53, 	
Arthur M. Shaw -'- SWy4, NWy4, Sec. 28, Tp. 53 _	
Arthur 'M.  Shaw,  Sec. 29, Tp. 53, Part Lot 1007;	
Arthur M.  Shaw,   .....NWii, Sec. 33, Tp. 53, Lot 1009,	
Arthur <M. Shaw .". E%, .SWy4, Sec. 33, Tp. 53, 	
SUB-DIVISION  OF LOTS IVi & 174,  MAP 300, S. D. Y. D.
Kerem(eos Land Co.,  Block 59, Part, 	
Keremeos Land Co.,  Block   68,  Part,  	
Keremeos Land Co.,  Lots 4 to 13, 15, 17 to 21, 24 to 28,
Block 70, 	
Keremleos Land Co.,  '. Lot 1 to 14, and 27, Block 71,	
Thomas Daly Estate,  Lot 21, Block 71	
Keremeos Land Co.,  Lots 4 rto 12, 15 to 30, Block 73	
Keremeos Land Co.,  - Block 74, Part, 	
Keremeos Land Co.,  Block 75, Part, 	
Keremeos* Land Co.,  Lots 1, -2, 4 to 25, 27 to 30, Block 76,..
Ohong  Kee,    'Lot 25, Block -77	
Keremeos Land Co.,  '. Lots 2, 4, 5,. 6,, 9, 10, 20 ,to 30, Block
-   ,      79i   ;	
J. D. Brass Lot 8, Block 79,	
Keremeos Land Co.,  Lots 16, 17, 19 to 25, Block 80	
Keremeos- Land Co.,  .-. Lots 1 to 13, 18 to 30, Block 81,	
Keremeos Land Oo , Block 90    :	
Kerem|eos Land Oo -Block 92,	
ANACONDA  TOWNSITE,    MAP  24, S.  D.   Y.  D.
S. M. Johnson :. - Lots 9 and 12, Block-2 .v.	
H.   G.  Medill : Lots 1 ito 6, Block 7	
H.   C.   Medill .". Lot 11, S%, and Lot 12, Part Block 9
George S. Walters, Lot3 13 and-14, Block 10,  :
S.   M.  Johnson,    Lots 11 and '12, Block 14,	
S.  M.  Johnson,    Lots 8, 9, 10, Block 16, 	
ANACONDA  TOWNSITE,   MAP- 115,8. D. Y. D.
S. iM. Johnson & ,P. Keffer,  Lots 1 to 5, Block 1 -	
S. M. Johnson & F. Keffer,  Lots.l to 7, Block 2	
S. M. Johnson & P. Keffer,  Lots 1 to-6, Block 3, 	
S. M. Johnson & F. Keffer, ��� Lots 1 to 4, 6'4o 8, 21, ana 'it, Block 4
. Keffier, Weir & Johnson, Lots 9 to 18, Block 4,	
BOUNDARY  FALLS TOWNSITE,  M AP 19, .S. D. Y. t>.
Mrs.  Jennie  Wake   : .'. Lots 17-to 25, 29 to.30, Block 4,	
David a   Smith,   Lot "6, Block 5',X.	
_BOUNDARY_FALLS_TO_WNSITE,_M_A^135^S._D_A^D.^_ ___ =	
S. M. Johnson .'. Lot 12, Block- "B",~	
BEAVERDELL TOWNSITE,   MAP  94, S. D. Y. D.
J; A. Tuzo. Estate  ...Lots 79 and 80, Block 4,	
CARMI TOWNSITE, MAP 109, S. D.Y.  D.
E.  Etchepare    '��� Lot 9. Block 1,
$ 5.56
$   .89
$13.75
$   20.20
190.20
80.10
���13.75
"284.05
12.91
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311.00
48.96
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373.71
106.50
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' 13.75
136.11
300.00
48.00
13.75
361.75
335.00
144.20
13.75
492.95
574.41
238.69.
13.75
826.85
704.00
110.48
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828.23
74.30
12.87
13.75
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.48
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'   17.23
���36.00
5.76
-   13.75
55.51
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1.10
13.75
19.S5
45.00
15.00
13.75 .
73.75
50.00
15.60
13.75
79.35
200.00
75.20
13.75
288.95
80.00
29.60 .
(13.75
123.35
130.00
4.80
13.V&
48.55
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2.72
13.75
36.47
180.00
28.80
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222.55
240.00
52.80
13.75
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2-2.50
3.60
13.75
39.S5
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3.12
13.75
36.37
308.00
130.16
13.75
451.91
53.60
8.56
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75.91
225.05
102.63
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341.43
85.00
30.82
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170.00
���  61.64
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Dier  &  Davidson,   Lots
Dier  &  Davidson, : Lots
FAIRVIEW   TOWNSITE,   MAP   27
Mrs. R.  H.  Parkinson,   Lot 19, Block 2,'	
Ian  R.   Brown* Lot  1,  Block  3	
Mrs. R. II. Parkinson,  Lot  4,  Block  3,	
Mrs.   M.  Dalrymple,    Lots .14 to 16, Block 4, ....
It.  II.  Parkinson,   Lot  19,  Block  4,  	
ilan  I?.   Brown,    .'. Lot 1, 2, 11, Blocs 6, 	
/It.  ,11.   Parkinson,    _. Lots 19 to 21, Block -7,"...,
���White   &   Parkinson,    Lot 22, Block 7, 	
Mrs. R. H. Parkinson Lot 1, Block 8, 	
���Steve  Mangott,   Lot 5, Block 13	
Ian  R.   Brown,    Lot 14, Block 13, 	
Mrs. R. H. Parkinson Lot 14, Block 14	
GLOSTER   TOWNSITE,   MAP   323
Wm.   Towe,   Lot 2, Block 7, 	
GRAND .FORKS   TOWNSITE,   MAP   38
J.  H. .Slater Lot 1 and 2, Block 9, 	
GRAND |FORKS   TOWNSITE,   MAP     36
Mrs.  J.   Stevens,    Lot 4, SVj, Block 30, 	
GRAND   FORKS   TOWNSITE,   MAP 156
G.  C.  Brown,    Lots 1 \to 4, BlocK 8, 	
G. C. Brown Lots 1 to 9, Block 9, ..:*_..
G. iC. Brown,  Lots 8 and 9, Block 10, ...
$ 6.82
3.41
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1.07
.54
$12.75
12.75
20.64
16.70
16.68
11.12
58.41
66.72
38.92
24.76
13.91
5.56
23.35
��6,72
201.56
11.12
25.03
72.30
6.56
5.56
29.17
22.25
7.34
63.25
15.83
27.94
25.38
31.86
30.88
90.25
.7.02
24.64
8.81
2.67
1.77
. 9.33
10.66
6.21
3.92
2.22
.89
3.74
10.66
32.17'
1.77
3.99
11.55
.89
.89
13.35
(3.40
���1.12
9.06
6.54
11.81
10.92
13'.99
13.37
38.77
2.00
3.86
1.37
12.75
12.75
15.75
12.75
12.75
12..75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12,75
12.75
12.71)
12.75
12.75
���12.75
��� 12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
. 12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
32.10
25.61
80.49
90.13
h7.R8
41.43
28.88
��� 19.20
: 39.84
90.13
246.4S
25.61
41.77
96.60
���19.-20
19.20
55.27
38.40
21.21
75.05
(35.12
52.30
49.0S
'58.60
57.00
141.77
���21.77
41.23
22.93
60.39     27.09
12.00       5.04
12.75       100.23
Mrs. *R.. H.Parkinson, Lot 6, Block 1, 	
B. Etchepare,  :. ..-Lots 8, 9, 12, 13, 15, 16, 20, 22
���   s-        : Block 2  .'.	
B. Etchepare, X. Lots 1 and 3, Block 5, 	
Charles iGilm,ore, Lots land 2, Block 6	
B. Etc&epare, 'Lots 3 to -31, Block- 6, 	
E. Etchepare,  Lota-1 to. 24, Block 8, 	
E, Etchepare,  Lots 1 to 24, Block 9,
B.
B.
Etchepare,  Lots 1 to 24, Block 10, 	
Etchepare,  Lots 3 to 22, 26 to 39, 41 to 44,
Block 15	
Etchepare,       Lota 1 to 18, Block 16, ���	
Etchapare,    Lots 1 to 6, 10 to 24, Block-17, .,
Btohepare,    - Lots 1 to 4, 6 to 24, Block 19, ....
Etchepare �� Lots 1 to 24; Block 20, .	
Etchepare,     Lots 4, 9, to 22, Block 23, 	
Etchepare,    Lots 1 to 24, Block 27, 	
Etchepare,  Lots 1 to 24, Block 28, 	
Etchepare,  Lots 1 to 24, Block 3l	
Etchepare,  LotB 1 and 2, Block 35, 	
Etchepare,  Lots 1 to 6, Block 36 	
Etchepare,    Lots 1 to 12, Block 37	
Etdhepare,   Lots 1 to 12, Block 38, 	
Etoheipare,    Lots 1 to 21, Block 39, 	
Etchepare,  Lot 4, 14 to 17, Block 45, 	
Dominion Supply Co.,  Lots 5 and 6 (Part) Block 10, .
' Hilda L. Bertois,    Lot 2 Ehi, Block 11, .:_ .:.-..
Hilda L. Bertois,  Lots 7 and 8, Block 12, _.	
J.  A.  Bertois,   Lot 2, W%, Block 19,  .'.-..
CHRISTINA   TOWNSITE,.   MAP   50,3.  D,  Y.  D.
J. R. Poole, ..*. Lots i, Block 8,	
fW. M. 'McKay: Estate,  Lots 2 and 4, Block 11,',	
EHOLT TOWNSITE, MAP 71, S. D.Y.  D.
San* McOrmond/ ~ Lots 9, 10, Block 23, 	
FAIRVIEW TOWNSITE, MAP 26
Isabella G.  Russell,   Lot 1, Block 2,	
Mrs.  Ellen Dier,   Lots 20, 27, 28, 31, 33, Block 2,
Dder  &  Davidson,   , Lot 30, Block 2,  :	
Dier  & Davidson Lots 11, 26, Block 3, ...-.	
Isabella G.  Russell,   '��� Lot '20, Block 3,  	
W   A.  Dier, . Lot 24, Block 3	
Dier & Davidson 'Lots 14, 15, 27, Block 4, 	
Isabella G. 'Russell, o.���: Lots 31, 33, 34, 36, Block 4, :	
Dier  &  Davidson  : Lots 10, 16 to 18," 24, Block 6, ..
Dier  &  Davidson,   j:......Lots 7, 8, Block f, 	
Isabella G. Russell,  Lots 1, 3, 5, Block 9 	
Annie Davidson,  - Lots 2,   4, Block  9,	
Isabella G.' Russell Lot 4  Block 10, 	
���Isabella  C. Elliott Lot 5, B ock 10	
Dier & Davidson,  Lot 3.  Block 11,  _....	
Isabella G. Russell 'Lots 4, 7 Block 1 ,  ,..
Isabella G. Russell Lote 8  33, Biock 12	
(Dier & Davidson,  JLot 13, Block 12, ���.,	
.45
10.00
3.60
.90
18.00
8.55
10.80
10.80
1Q.'80
17.10
8.10
9.00
10.35
10.80
7.20
10.80
10.80
10.80
.90
2.70
5.40
5.40
9.45
2.25
4.50
6.21
5.00
3.70
7.91
4.22
3.69
3.70
.07
4.06
.'58'
.14
2.88
1.38
1.73
1.73
1.73
2.74
1.30
1.44
1.66
11.73
.1.15
1.73
1.73
1.73
.14
.43
.86
.86
1.51
.36
.72
.93
.96
.63'
1.39
.78
.63
.63
17.82      5.15
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
13.75
12.75
l'2i.75
L2.75
12.75
1M5
12.75
12.75 -
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
121.75
12.75'
12.75
12.75
121.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
18.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
29.79
13.27
26.31
16.93
13.79
. 33.63
22.68
i25.2S
25.28
25.2S
32.59
22.15
23.19
24.76
25.2S
21.10
25.28
25.28
25.28
13.79
15.88
19.01
19.01
23.71
15.36
17.97
18.38
19.71
17.08
22.05
17.75
17.07
17.08
36.72
3.41
.54
- 12.75
16.70
7.64
1.19 .
12.75
21.58
3.41
.54
12.75 -
' 16.70
6.82
1.08
12.75.
20.65
3.41
.54
12.75
' 16.70
3.41
.54
12.75
16.70
6.82
1.08
12.75
20.65
4.55
.7i8
12.75     -
- 18.08
4.92
.88 -
-    12.75 -
18.55
3.41
.54
12.75
16.70
5.72
.89
12.75
19.36
3.81
.59
12.75".
17.15
3.41
.54
12.75   '
16.70
3.41
.54
12.75
16.70
3.41
.54
lH.'lb
16.70
3.81
.59
12.75 - -
17.15
3.82
.60
12.75   .
17.17
3.41
.54
12.75
16.70
GRAND   FORKS   TOWNSITE,   MAP 1254
Wm. Aitkin,   Lot  3,  Block 7,  	
0t.   E.   Surtees,    Lots 9, 10, 11, Block 13, 	
Annie Boorman,   Lot 1, Block 15, 	
GRAND   FORKS   TOWNSITE,   MAP   1457.
Alex.    Camlpbell    Lots 9, 10, 19, Block 4, 	
George H. Brown,   ."..-Lot 3, Block 5, 	
GRAND   FORKS   TOWNSITE   MAP  1455.
W.  C. Monro,   .". Lots 7, 8, Block 6,	
KALEDEN   TOWNSiTE," MAP 763.
Mrs. O. E. Tomlin,  Lot 10, (Block 14.  .-.....'.	
KEREMEOS   UPPER   TOWNSITE,    MAP   66. |.
Mrs. W. B. Palmer    Lots 11, 11A, 12, 12A, Block 12...;....'....
John >M. Young,   Lots 11, HA, Block 22, 	
Arthur   Smitheram,    Lots 9, 9A, 10, 10A, Block 26 ._
Thomas   Smitheram,   , Lots 9, 9A, 10,10A, 11,11A Block 27/
M.   Barcelo  Estate, 'Lots 1, IA, 2, 2A, Block 29,	
L.  Bullock-Webster,    Lots 1, IA, 2, 2A, Block 37,	
MIDWAY   TOWNSITE,   MAP   3.
Wm.   Haegerman,    Lot  15, Block 9,  '. .' ..7"
J. A. Tuzo Estate, Lots 19, 20, 21, Block 16, -.	
Canadian Bank  of Comimerce,  Lot 15, Block 33,  : ....
Mrs. E. W. Foulds,  Lot 16, Block 33,-	
Steve Mangott  ,.'...-Lots 15, 16, Block 36, 	
May P.  White,   Lot 15, Block 45, 	
Mrs. Jennie W. Wake,  Lot 16, Block.58, 	
MIDWAY TOWNSITE,  MAP 42. ,
Steve  Mangott,   Lot 4,  Block 21,   : .". ...
Mrs. J. E. Wake Lot 1, Block 22,  .._-.	
NIAGARA TOWNSITE,  MAP 53
R. B. Jones,  Lot 5, Block 5,  .'.	
OLALLA TOWNSITE,   MAP 85
Lillian M. Chase, ....Lots 12 to 15, Block 6, 	
Frank  Wedner.   Lots 6, 7, Block J,  :	
47.75
19.28
12.75
79.78
3.20
.50
12.75
16.45
47.75
19.28 , .
12.75
79.78
15.49
1.88
12.75
��� 30.12
34.80
14.19.
12.75
'    61.74
5.71
.89
12.75
19.35
114.97
47.28
12:75
-174.96
10 32
4.05
12.75
27.12
9.60
3.69
12.75
26.04
3.41
.54
12.75
16.70
3.-41
.54
12.75
16.70
10.63
4.21
12.75
27.59
3.00
.48
12.75
16.23 s
37.21
15.25   <
t
12.75
65.21.
19.51
6.69
12.75
38.95
19.93
6.9,3
12.75
39.61
-138.30
55.04
12.75
206.09
13.20
4.57
12.75
' 30.52
3.80 '
.61
12.75
17.16   -
35.69
15.4-2
12.75
-    63.S6
4.95'.
���     .93   ,
12.75 ���
. 18.63
35.63 ,
13.99
12.75
.    62.37
14.49
5.63 -
12.75
��� 32.87
24.08
10.12 "-
12.76
'_>
46.95-
6.97
2.15
i_.
12.75-
21.87"
7.56
1.53
12.75
21.84'
6.00
.96
12.75
19.71
4.10
.65
12.75
17.50
6.16-
.98
12.75.
19.89
4.10
.65
12.75
17.50
61.18
. 24.43
12.75
98.36
6.00
.96
12.75
" 19.71
7.97
1.34
12.75
.22.06
27.66
4.29 -
12.75<
44:70
5.53
.98
12.75-
" 19.26
.'    9.22
1.43
12.75
-"23.40 -
6.00
.96'
12.75
19.71
6.00
-.96
12.75
19.71;
4.61
J     .73
12.75
18.09:
4.61
.73' ���
12.75
18.09
3.00
AS
12.75
16.23
OKANAGAN   FALLS. TOWNSITE,  MAP 528
Mrs Edith V. Elsey Lots 1 to 12, 16 to 19, Block 5,
A.  A.  Hamilton Lots 13 to 15, Block 5, 	
OKANAGAN   FALLS TQWNSITE,  MAP 4
D. S. Riordan,  Lots 1 to 12, Block 2	
C. A. C. Steward,  Lots 23, 24, Block 15, .'......'..:.	
Reginald Hody,   Lots 3 to 24, Block 17,.:;	
Mrs. E. A. Ashcron, Lot 7, Block 50 	
Mrs. E. A. Ashcroft,  Lot 7, Block 51, 	
13.36
8.20
'2.27
1.51
12.75
12.75
28.38
22.46 .
76.00
40.50
12.05
-7.26
12.75
12.75
100?80" .
6C.51"
v          _
119.50
21.47
52.25
4.75
4.75
15.63
7.37- .'
8.28  -
.74
.74   "
' 12.75
U2.75 ���-
12.75 -
12.75
12.75
-' 151.88 --
��� :J41.59
��� '73.28' -
-18.24 ;
18.24
OKANAGAN  FALLS TOWNSITE,   MAP   1280
H. L. Jackson,   .'- -Lot 1, Block 3,'	
W. B. Hine,  Lots 1, 2, (Part of 3, 4, 5 8, 9,) 10 to
,    .'..; w }*�������"} ���** -   -   14.  Block 6  	
Reginald Hody,' Lot % Block 7,  '.	
Reginald Hody,   Block "11,  ^ ���
J. P. McCuddy,  Lots 11, 12, Block 13,  ,
Reginald Hody Block 18, 	
Reginald Hody,  : Block 19, .....:	
OLIVER   TOWNSITE,    SUB-DIVISIO N OF LOT 77, D.L. 24508-S. D. Y. D.
J. G. Curry,  Lot 28, Block 4	
Babineau & Deacon .'. 'Lot 20, Block 7,  , :. ;.
Leslie Keith,   : Lot 20, Block 15,  .: .-.-:	
V.  R.  Cragg,   Lot 1, Block. 17, 	
W. Byers .-. : Lot 10, Block 17, -...-. '.	
-Wmr-Dalyrmiple,���.^7.^._,.,.,....'. Lot-13,-Bloek-17,^r.-. .-. .-���-.	
PHOENIX TOWNSITE,  MAP .58
17.90 .   6.91
12.75
37.56
16.77'
2.60
12.75
32.12
4.75
.74
12.75
18.24  -
28.50
4.52
12.75
- 45.77"   .-
9.50
11.51
12.75
23.76
7.10
1.12
12.75
20.97
.7.15
1.13
12.75
21.03 "
12.98
2.67
12.75
1   y*
'28.4tf .
13.48
,   2.12
12.75
28.35
23.35
3.67.
12.75
39.77    "
38.93
6.74
12.75   .
58.42 "
11.88
-I87I6���
3.12
-^2;85���
12.75
12:75
- 27.75
' '33.76 " ."    '
pr-'i
T. M. Ivens, 	
PHOENIX TOWNSITE,  MAP 60
��� v
Martha Zucco,  \	
..Lot 1, Block 8,
24.00     10.08 "     12.75
46.83
..W,
Matt Johnson N.
10 feet Lot 16,_and E. 10 feet Lot
17, exc. N. 30 feet of W. 10 feet
|of Lot 16 and exc. -N. 30 feet of
E. 10 feet of Lot 17, Block 8, ....
30 feet O'f W. 10 leet of Lot 16,
and N. 30 feet of E. 10 feet of
Lot 17, Block-8, 	
13.80       5.98
13.75       5.95
12.75
12.75
32.53 ,
32.45.
SUB-DIVISION OF PART. N</2 OF DL.  107,   PLAN   B-1819
L. Bullock-Webster Pels. L and La, 	
L. Bullock-Webster, Pels. M and Ma, 	
L. BullocfcWebster Pels. N and-Na, 	
L. Bullock-Webster,  Pels. O and Oa, 	
L. Bullock-Webster Pels. P and Pa, 	
L. Bullock-Webster Pels. Q and Qa	
L. Bullock-Webster,  Pels.- R and Ra, 	
L. Bullock-Webster .'. Pels. S and Sa, 	
Hine & Kerby,  Pels. ,T and Ta, 	
Hine & Kerby,  Pels. TJ and Ua, 	
Hine & Kerby,  :. Pels. V and Va, 	
GRAND   FORKS   TOWNSITE,   MAP1363
Alfred  Hatton,   Lots 31, 32, Block 3,	
Sub-Division of Parts of  Sections ��,9, 15, 16, 17, Tp. 52 and  Part Lots 555, 556, 113, 2755'
Mrs.  Lucy  Barcelo^   I .-...Lots 15 to 21  (Pt) and Pt. Lot 23,
4.10
.66
12.75
17.51
2.50
.70
12.75
15.95
2.50
.70
12.75
- 16.95
2.50 .
.70
12.75
15.95
2.50
.70
. % 12.75
15.95
2.50
.70
"      12.75
15.95
2.50
.70
12.75.
15.95
2.50
.70
��� 12.75
15.95
2.50
.70
12.75
15.95
2.50
.70
.12.75
15.95
2.50
,.70
12.75
15.95
9.32
2.44'
12.75
24.51
>6, 113,
2755-
Map 1479,
S.D.Y.D.
Block 3 Lying within D.L. 113.
Mrs.  Lucy  Barcelo,   Lot 2, Part Lots 7 to 10, and Part
Lot 11, Block 4 Lying wHthin D.
'L. 113, ..���	
'Mrs. Lucy Barcelo Part Lots 14 to 22, BIock 7, Lying
within D.L. 113,	
Mrs.' Lucy Barcelo,    Lots (1 to 4, Pt.) Lots 5 to 7, Block
11, Lying" within D.L. 113, ...r......
GRAND .FORKS  TOWNSITE        ?    ��� ;
H.  J. Trimble,   Lots 1 to 4, Block 17, Map 38,	
Aaron Y. Anderson,  '. : Lot 1, Block 16, Map 36,' _;......
John B.  Montgomery, Lots 1 to 8, Block 6, Map 128,
John B. Montgomery, Lots 1 to 7,'Block 7, Map 128,
MIDWAY TOWNSITE, MAP 88
Hugh  Mair,    ". Lots 1- to 12, Block 75,' ......
Hugh Mair, Lots 1 to 5, Blopk 76,	
PHOENIX TOWNSITE;" MAP 59     ���   ., ^
B.  Raymond, '. Lot 1 (Part) Block 10, '	
Mrs. Rosa Lachard,    Lot 2 (Part) Block 10, 	
Strachan & Smith,  Lot 5, Block 10," ;. .....
85.20.   13*.94
12.75 ���    111.89
96.12
147.94
96.85
16.26
25.25
16.32
12.75
12.75
12.75
14.21      2.16
3.95        .65
30.98       5.98
Water- Rates and
.20.30    ��� 3.96
WJater Rates and
.    12.75,
12.75
-.12.7*5
Interest ..
12.75
Interest ..
125.13
���185.94
125.92
29.12
17.35"
49.71
..30.15
37.01
..30.15
CROWN GRANTED LANDS, S. D. Y. D. u
Gerald T. Wilson,  .". Sub. Lot 58, Block 1, of D.L. 2710,
iHugJx  Mair,   Lot 501, Blocks C & D, Plan 3, ....
Mrs. Mary..Ann Lee,  Lot 54i Pt. ��8 acres, 	
R. Smailes,  .'.  Lot 1466 Pt. 90.28' acres, 	
Jim. Richter Estate,   : Lot 41, 'Except Map 1835, 	
M.  Barcelo Estate,   Lot 257,   :	
M.  Barcelo Estate,  Lot 289, - _ -	
M. Barcelo Estate,  Lot 290, _	
Frank Rowell,  Lot 347, ..'..-	
15.45
8.14
31.30
17.00
56.60
72.50
148.99
10.00
13.50
32.00
22.20
22.20
16.65
24.84
3.42
2.31
15.08
7.64
28.23
23.22
51.66
2.80
2.16
7.04
4.89
4^9
3.67
6.06
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.Yti
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
31.62
23.20
59.13
37.39
97.58
109.47
214.40
26.55
29.41
52.79
40.84
40.84
34.07
44.65 "/���AasjsriBtijj^u
THE   GREENWOOD 'LEDGE
Name  of  Person   Assessed
Short- Description  of- Property
Arrears Interest Costs
of all       and and
Taxes. Penalty.  Expenses. Total
R.   C.  Johnston,    Lot *352,   (Part) except Plan B
and Map 1622, and B. 348, ���
S. R. Almond,  :. Lot 363,  	
378,
M.  Barcelo Estate,   Lot
Wm. Thomjas, Lot
Louisa  Shuttleworth,    .'. Lot
Jean & Michale Fen'oiix," Lot
Mrs. Mary Ruckle,  Lot
Robert  Dibble,  -.: .'. Lot
393,
465,
466,
473s,   	
530 (Part) 20 acres, D.D. 7350 A,
536, Lot 1, Map 179, 	
Part 289 acres, .
(Part)' 300 acres,
2-5 interest, 	
Mrs.   Barbara 'McCurdy,   Lot 562, (Part) Map B 1799,
Hugh   Mair,   Lot 560.Part lying, N. and E.
"H" and including Block
Thomas Daly Estate,  Lot
Thomas  Daly Estate,  '. Lot
Thomas Daly Estate,  Lot
T. & W. Clark,  : Lot
Mrs. Elsie L. Clement,  Lot
S. G.  Grey Lot
Chas. M. Randall Estate,  Lot
Beatrice V. Johnston,  Lot
John   Richter,    : Lot' 900, W%
100 acs.
of Blk.
"H",..���
669s,
670s,  	
671s,  	
681 (Part) 4.72 acres, D. D. 6132
700 Part, Map 2,13, 51.43 acres,..
746 (Part) 8.5" acres, except Map
B  1250,  	
756,   	
877,
$43.33   i
362.86
Water Rates
285.81
155.92
. 38.83
32.00
-   128.13
23.63
Water Rates
30.00
Mrs. F. D. Willis,  Lot
T.  Daly Estate,   Lot
J. '& M. Ferroux,.  Lot
H.  S.  Pittendrigh Lot
J. H. Thompson,  Lot
940s,
QOQg
1078s, "'(Part)'TiiTbT acres,  except Plan. A 166	
1146s :...
1181s, except Plan B 1829 and
Part 98.30 acres forfeited,  '
1209s, "except <K. .V...R. Rt. of way
1269s, except Plan A 164, 	
Ohas. E. Gilmore,' Lot
F. Gachain,  Lot
M.  Barcelo  Estate,   Lot. 1474s,
Mrs. E. iG_ Warren, .: Lot 1549, iSub-Lots C & D,
Joseph- Caron,-  Lot 1560s,  ...-.	
John Knudson,  Lot  1925s,   :	
Cecil C. Allen,  .'. ...:. :. ......Lot 1973s,   : .'.	
Joseph Downing Estate," Lot 1975s,  .'. .'.	
T.   R.  Preston,    .'.   Lot 1996 N%,  	
H. A.. Barcelo Estate,  Lot 2035s,  	
Reginald Vick -Estate,  -..*. Lot 2368s,  	
H. D. Jory,  Lot 2381s;  	
J.x Marsel  Estate,    '..'. .'. -Lot 2991, 	
Jas.  A.  Harris,   .....Lot 2733,' :	
H.'F. Lockhart,  Lot 2795s,   .". '.	
fW). J.  McKelvie,  Lot 3281,  	
Thomas Daly Es'tate,  Lot- 3290,- .....'.....'.	
"It..J. Dinsm'ore Estate,  Lot 3673,  ..:.-	
.J. A. McDonald,   Lot  967s,  : :. ��-
TOWNSHIP 51, S..D. Y. D.
C. deB.  Green   Sec.'4, Fr.
VC. deB.  Green ."....Sec 5i^Fr.
C. deB. Green,  ���: ::: Sec. 8, Fr.
. C. deB." .Green,  .'. Sec. 8, Fr.
TOWNSHIP 52, S. D. Y. D.
M. Barcelo Estate, '. Sec.
M.  Barcelo Estate,   - Sec.
M.  Barcelo Estate,-' Sec.
M.  Barcelo Estate,   'Sec.
M.  Barcelo  Estate,-  Sec.
M.  Barcelo Estate,   'Sec.
M.  Barcelo < Estate,   Sec.
M. Barcelo Estate Sec.
-M. Barcelo Estate  'Sec.
Thos. Daly Estate    ISec.
Thos. Daly Estate   ..- ��ec^
Thos. Daly Estate    Sec.
Thos. Daly Estate    .' Sec.
Thos. Daly Estate    -Sec.
Thos. Daly Estate    : X-Sec.
Thos. Daly Estate    Sec.
Thos. (Daly Estate '.: Sec.
Thos. Daly Estate  ���... ;. Sec.
,Thos. Daly Estate    .-. Sec.
Frank Surprise   Estate,*;:. Sec.
TOWNSHIP 54, S. D. Y. D. ..-	
,.R.1h. Parkinson..-:.'....'.'...": Sec.
;r
r
NWl'/t
NEtf,
SEH,
S% of
10.338 acres, .���.:	
29.28 acres,  :	
33-aores, 	
SW Vi, 5.64 acres,
14, W% NE*4 .'	
14, NWA,  ,-" --	
15, NEfc,' .z.: :	
22,   SWB4   .-. :	
31,  S%  NB% :	
31, SB%,  : .,-�����-.-
32, SE1/4	
32 S% NE%  :-.	
32 S% NWfti  :.--:.
28, NW% 	
28, SEU  -��� -���-���
28,  W% NE14  ���.	
29, n%  :. -	
30,   NE%  i :	
30, Ey2 Nwyt ....
30,  NE%,SW% -'- ���'	
30, N%  SE%  1	
-30, SE%, SE% .....
82,SV7%   .:	
31, SW% (pt),"154'acres..
|H. Parldnson, -..'. Sec,
IH. Parkinson,    .\.8ec.
TOWNSHIP 66, S.'D. Y. D.
Parry,  Sec.
Parry,  S ec.
L'etits,.: Sec.
Letts, .-. .......Sec,
SUB-DIVJSION  OF PART LOT 500, MAP 77,
W."   Clark,.....-. Block 2,
W.   Clark, :..., Block 3;
SUB-DIVISION   OF  PART   LOT  535,   MAP
W. Biddlecomlbe,  Block
IF. L.'Mbrgan, ~. : Block
:F. L. Morgan, ��� Block
���W.  Biddlecombe Block
2, ��y2 SEi/il :..:..::: .'...:	
2, NE*4" (pt),', 109'acres ..:...:..
11, iSEtf  -��� :..,...:::.,..
Ida B,
Ida B,
H. -T.
H. T.
C.
C.
5, NW% ,	
6, NE%   	
14, <S% N'WJA (Pit.) 65.5 acres
15, m%  ; ���	
S. D. Y. D.
(N%)      '-I ���)���:������;���
(S%) .	
110, S. D. Y. D.
186.28
11.10'
22.20'
22.20
9.80
66.32-
236.16
64.00
32.00
29.09
2.00
156.00
20.72
30.00 '
8.00
8.00
3.20
17.50
18.18
21.20
24.75
9.63
' 8.00
9.63
8.00
.8.00
102.12
26.57
15.03,"
108.20
57.55
90.00
4.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
8.88
17.76
17.76
6.40
5.63
11.26
11.26
5.63
5.63
6.40
6.40
3.20
22.13
11.26
5.63
3.22
5.63
3.22
11.26
110.11
19.84
9.92'
' 19.84
18,00
30.51
19.56
11.44
24.73
49.57
S 9.14
78.80
and
57.59
34.97
8.27
13.28
34.78
5.16
and
'6.60
66.66
2.44
4.90
4.90
2.14
12.56
14.47
113.44
19.84
7.04
6.43
.44
74.40
4.41
10.24
1.76
1.76
' .71
3.91
4.35
4174
10.23
2.10
1-.76
2.10
1.76
1.76
20.90
5.84-
3.01
39.96
12.84
42.60
.44
.44
.44
.44
1.97,
3.92
3.92
1.41
��� 1.23
2.46
2.46
1.23'
1,23
1.41
1.41
.7-1
4.87
2.46"
1.23"
.70
1.23
.70
2.46-
24.17
5.77
.2.88
5.77
4.01"
6.86
4.10
2.42
5.21
10.'62
$13.75   $   60.22
13.75       455.41
Interest  5042.58
13.75 357.15
13.75 204.64
13.75 , 60.85
,,   13.75 ^59.03
13.75 176.66
13.75 42.54
Interest  116.23
B.
C.
C.
B.
Mrs. Myra A. A. Alnias,  Block
2, .
.3, .
5, .
6, .
10,
-iMrs^MyraTATTA Alm'as,"
���Block'Hr
C. F..L'Morgan,  Block 13	
SUB-DIVISION  OF  LOTS  749,  174, MAP 1625, S. D. Y.
Keremeos Land  Co :. Block 1, -	
Keremeos  Land  Co Block-2,  .......
Keremeos Land  Co.,   Block 3,  ."..:	
Keremeos Land  Co Block 4,. .,.,:,
Keremeos Land  Co.,   Block* 5, 	
Keremeos Land  Co.,   '. Block 6,  .".	
Keremeos Land  Co., '  Block 7	
'Keremeos  Land  Co.,   .-. .: Block 8,'	
Keremeos Land  Co.,   Block 9	
Keremeos Land  Co .....Block 12,	
Keremeos Land  Co.,   : Block 19	
���Keremeos Land  Co.,   -Block 20	
Keremeos Land  Oo Block 21 .-	
Keremeos Land  Co.,   Block 22, 	
Keremeos Land  Co Block 23	
Keremeos Land  Oo Block 24	
Keremeos Land  Co.,   -..Block 25	
Keremeos Land  Co.,   Block 26 .'
Keremeos Land  Co.,   Block 27	
Keremeos Land Company,  Block 28	
Keremeos Land Company,  Block 29, 	
46.76
31.24
41.05
20.52
22.06
Water iRaltes
 ^27.81~_
Water Rates
41.80
10:23
6.82
\8.97
' 4.48
. 4.82.
"and
76:92"
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
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
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
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
12.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
43.75
13.76
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
.13.75
' 13.75
13.75
13.75
50.35
266.67
27.29
40.85
40.85
25.69
84.65
Name  of  Person  Assessed
Short   Description   of   Property
Arrears Interest Costs
of ail       and and
Taxes. Penalty. Expenses. Total
SUB-DIVISION    of    PART of   SECTIONS  3, 9,  10, 16, Tp.  52, Lots 555,and  258,     MAP  1573,   S.   D.  Y.   D.
to 6, 8 to 13, Block 18, 	
to 4, 6, 8, 15, 16, Block 19, ....
to 7, Block 20, 	
to 3, Block 22	
to 6, Block 23, 	
to 11, 14, 15, Block 24,  m....
Similkameen
Similkameen
Similkameen
Similkameen
Similkameen. 'Fruit
Simillcam'een 'Fruit
Fruit
Fruit
Fruit
Fruit
Comlpany,'  Lots
Company .-.Lots
Company,   Lots
Company,   Lots
Company,   Lots
COnspany,   Lots
J.   F.  Hunt .7. Lots
Simjlkmcen Fruit Lands Company, .Lots
Simllkmeen Fruit Lands Coni)pany,
Similkmeen Fruit Lands Company,
iSimilkmeen Fruit Lands Comlpany,
���Similkmjeen Fruit Lands Company,
iSim.ilkm'oen 'Fruit Lands Conypany,-
D.  A. Rogers,   Lot 11,
Simllkmeen Fruit Lands Comlpany, ..Lots 12
Similkmeen Fruit Lands Company, ..Lots 1,
SimJlkmeen Fruit Lands Company, ..Lots 1
Fruit Lands Company, ..Lot 2,
Fruit Lands  Company,..Lots 1,
12 and '13, Block 24,
1 to 4, Block 25, .^	
..Lots 1 to 11, Block 26, 	
.Block 27,  (Part)  10.02 acres,
..Block  28,   	
..Lot 3, Block 29,-	
-Lots 1 to 7, Block 30, 	
Block 30	
to 17,,Block 30	
Similkmeen
94 54 1 Similkmeen
363 35' Similkmeen
9759   Similkmeen
' Similkmeen
4 to 15, Block 31,
and 2, Block 32,   	
Block 33,	
2, 5, 7 to 12, Block 34,
52.79
49.27
16.19
244.15
38.88
,  53.99
. 23'.51
23.51
17.6G
35.16
36.28
39.69
48.13
25.48
23.51
25.48
* 23.51
23.51
136.77
46.16
31.79
161.91
84.14
146.35
."18.63
16.19
16.19
16.19
16.19
24.60
35.43
, 35.43
21.56
20.61
27.47
27.47
20.61
20.61
21:."i6
��� 21.56
17.66
. 40.75
27.47
. 20.61
17.67
20.61
17.67
27.47
148.03
-39.36
26.55
39.36
35.76
51.12
37.41
27.61
43.69
73.94
70.74
51.81
63.71*
38.75
40.63
Fruit Lands  Company,..Lots 3 to 5, Block 35, 	
Fruit Lands  Connpany,..Lots 1 to' 3, 7, Block 36, 	
Fruit Lands  Company,���Lot 3, (W%) and Lots 17, 18, Blk.
CARSON   TOWNSITE,    Sub-Division at Lot 517," MAP 39, S. D. Y. D.
Mrs. L.  Parkinson,   .'. Lots 1 to 15, Block 11, 	
(Mrs.  L.  Parkinson,  Lots 1 to 11, Block 20, 	
SUB-DIVISION   OF   PART   LOT   377, MAP 87, S.  D. Y.  D.   (MIDWAY)
0. L. Gunderson,   Lot 6, Block 4, 	
CROWN   GRANTED   LANDS
M.  Barcelo  Estate,   Lot 2963,   -	
37
���1219.10
$48.68
$13.75
$281.53
204.39
i 45.47
13.75
263.61 .
98.12
22.42 '
13.75
134.29
33.14
7.63
13.75
54.52
45.04
10.55
13.75
69.34
80.07
18.63
13.75
112.45
35.48
7.97
13.75
57.20
43.05
9.86
13.75
66.68
163.99,
.36.87'
13.75
214.61"
60.00
13.20
13.75
86.95
73.00
16.26
13.75
103.01
24.22
5.39
13.75
'43.36
156.72
35.89
13.75-
206.36
16.65
3.67
13.75
34.07
72.67
10.34
13.75
102.76
J91.17
42.56
13.75
247.48
13.87
3.06
13.75
30.63
26.75
5.96
13.75
46.46
174.46
38.58
13.75
226.79
65.10
14.45
13.75
93.30
93.12
20.94
13.75
127.81'
64.10
14.29
13.75
92.14
9.02
4.36
2.11
1.03
. 12.80       2.92
3.20
.71
12.75
12.75
12.Y5
13.75
23.88
18.14
28.47
17.66
Dated this 27th day of September, 1926.
W. R. DEWDNEY,
Provincial Collector, Kettle River
Assessment District.
' SYNOPSIS OF
'A
Interest  82.58
"~ 13.75"~~48748
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant unreserved, smveycd 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 bo obtained free of charge by address-
ng the Dapaitm3nt of Lands, Victoria, B.C., or
to any Government Agent.
Records will bs - granted covering, only land
suitable for agricultural purposes, and which is
not timberland, i.e., carrying over 8.000 board
feet per acre west of the Coast Range and 5,000
feet per acre east of that Range.
Applications for .pre-emptions are to be addressed tlo the Land Commissioner of the Land
Recording Division, in which the land applied for
is situated, and are made on printed forms, copies
of which can be obtained from thc Land Commissioner.
Pre-emptions must be occupied for five years
and improvements made to the value of $10 per
acre, including clearing and cultivating at
least five acres, before a Crown .Grant-can^e
received. , ��� _���  ���
/' ' ' ^ ��� '���' '   -
For more detailed information see the .Bulletin
"How to Pre-empt Land."
PURCHASE.     '   '
Applications are received for purchase of
vacant and unreserved Crown Lands, not being
timberland, for agricultural purposes; minimum
price for first-class (arable) land is So- per acre,
and second-class (grazing) land $2.50 per acre.
Further information regaiding'purchase or lease
of Crown Lands is given in Bulletin No. 10, Land
Series, "Purchase and Lease of Crown Lands."
Mill, factory, or industrial sites on timber land,
not exceeding 40 acres, may be purchasedi or
leased, the conditions including payment of
stumpage.
_1 7HOMES!TE_LEASES	
and 'Interest  165.17
9.13        13.75        64.68
1 to 13, Plan
2 acres, 	
1603)..
SUB-DIVISION OF LOTS 749 and 174, MAP 300, S. D. Y. D.
Keremeos Land Company,  Block 45	
Keremeos Land Company X. Block 46,^.	
Keremieos Land Company Block 47, 	
Keremeos Land Company Block 567	
Keremeos Land Comlpany Block 57, (Lots
Keremeos' Land Company Block 60 ��� (Part)
Keremieos Land Comlpany,  Block '61,	
Keremeos Land Company,  ..Block 82," :	
Keremeos Land Company .Block 89,  -. : -.��� : ",
SUBDIVISION   OF   LOTS   109,   110,222, 319, 323, MAP 301, S. ,D. Y. D. ". ���
MIra. .0. 'Callagbin, ....: '.'..... Block 15   : - ���"-�����������-'   ���
SUB-DIVISION  OF LOTS 672s, 103s,104s, 105s, 106s, 3757, Part S.E.J4 bfSec.
iM. Waitson,   Blocto 3,  ..���'- _; _���
C
SUB-DIVISION   OF "LOT
H. F. (Broad Estate, 	
10.07
9.80
6.63
6.63
6.63
6.63
6.63
9.80
9.80
14.84
'6.83
9.0L
9.28
9.28
6.63
6.63
13.26
13.25
7.42
6.89
3.65
10.60
5.30
5.30
3.65
8.18
.10.60
; 5.30
7.95
- 5.30
100.85 -
24,  Tp.
10.72
2.25
2.19
1.48
1.48
1.48
1.48
1.48
2.19
2.19
3.31
1.30
2.01
12.07"
2,07
1.48
1.48-
2.96
2.96
1.64
1.63
.81
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
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
il3.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
2.37
1.18
1.18
.81
1.82
"-2:37
1.18
,1.77
lil8v;
y ?&
23.22''
88,   Map
2.35     "
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
719,
13.75
26.07
25.74
21.86
21.86
21.86
21.86
21.86
- 25.74
,25.74
31.90
20.8S
24.77
25.10
25.10
21.86
21.86
29.96
29.96
22.81
22.17
18.21
26.72
20.23
20.23
18.21
23.75
26.72
20.23
23.47
20.23
137.82
S.D.Y.D.
26.82
"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT"
Notice of Application for Beer Licence
Notice is hereby given that on the Eleventh
Day of November next, the undersigned intends
to apply to the Liquor Control Board for a
licence in respect of premises being-part of the
l.uildiiiif known as the Beaveidell Hotel ou
Main Street, Beaverdell,, upon the lands described as Lots Nos. 94 and (J5, Block 4, Map 94,
Similkaiueeti Division, Yale Land Registration
District, iu the Province of British Columbia,
for the sale of beer by tlie glass or by the open
bottle for consumption on the premises.
Dated this 14th Day of October, t926.
,     ���*��� MRS. AUGUSTA LUTNER,
'   Applicant.
"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT"-
Notice of Application for Beer Licence
Notice is licre*by given that on thc Eleventh
Day of November next, the undersigned intends
to apply to the Liquor Control Boaid for a
licence in respect of premises being part of the
building known as the Rock Creek Hotel, ou
Main Street, Rock Creek, upon the lauds described as Lot 352, Block J, Sub Lot 2, Town-
.sliip 67, Similkameen Division, Vale Land Registration District, in the Province of British
Columbia, for the sale of beer by the glass or
by the open bottle for consumption on the
premises.     ' -'���
..  Dated this 14th Day of October, 1926.
ALICE MAY BJORKMAN,
Applicant.
A. E. McDOUGALL
Contractor and Builder
Foreign and Domestic Monuments
. Asbestos Products Co. Roofing
��� - Latnatco Wallboard
SROP AT GREENWOOD
Box 332 Grand Forks. B.C.
"ASSAYER"; ���
E. W. WIDDOWSON, -Assayer and
Chemist, Box 14108, Nelson, B.C.
Charg-es���Gold, Silver, Copper or I^ead
S1.00 each. Gold-Silver Sl.SO. Silver-
Lead $2.00. Silver-Lead-Zinc' $3.00.
These charges made only when cash is
sent with sample. Charges for other
metals, etc?, on application.
w^jyw^^.j^jirwwi^tr^miwnimi^rrn
Unsurveyed areas not exceeding 20 acres,
may be leased as homesites, conditional upon a
dwelling: being erected in the first year, title
being obtainable after residence" and improvement conditions are fulfilled and land has been
surveyed.
LEASES   *
For grazing and industrial purposes areas not
exceeding 640 acres may be leased by one person
or a company.
CRAZING
Under the Grazing Act the Province is divided
into grazing districts and the range administered
under a Grazing Commissioner. Annual grazing
permits are issued based on numbers ranged,
priority given to established owners. Stock-
owners may form associations for range management. Free, or paitly free, permits are available for settlers, campers and travellers, up to
ten head.
jJ^Ji JJJ-BIM
Ttie Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited
-'      Office, Smelting- and Refining- Department     ))"X'"XX
TRAIL.' BRITISH COLUMBIA' "        )\
SMELTERS and REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver^ Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
Producers, of Gold, Silver,. Copper, Pig Lead aud Zinc   .
' "TADANAC". BRAND - "    '
Giving^Wings
To Friendship
N
The long'-distance telephone, gives wings
to friendship. . It enables the human voice to
be carried along wires at a speed of thousands
of miles per second without losing any of its
cordiality. The special night rates after 8:30
p.m. are advantageous for social chats.   ���
BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY
1475,
MAP817,
..._..'-Lot
Di Y. D.
H. T. LuckWell,  '������	
H. T. Luckwell,  .'. -Lot
'Lot 10,
11,
.     ���  141.01   ���
'W^ater Rates
37.05
Water Rates
31.94
Water Rates
5irr��        13.75       206.49
and Interest  245.G3
7.73   *    13175 58.53
and Interest  203.79
6.73         13.75 52.42
and Interest 101.89
SUB-DIVISION -OF PART  OF SECTIONS 3; 9,
15, 16, 17, Tp.
"S. D. Y. D,
52, Part of Lots 555, 556,  113, 2755,  MAP 1479,
A. E. Johnsoa,  'Lot
Jean iCamleron,  ��� Lot
Edward  Hebb Lots
R. L. Cawtston Estate,  Lots
Mrs. Agnes Monro,  Lot
Win.  Lev/itas  Estate, Lot
Mrs. Lucy Barcelo,  Lot
J. H. Treleaven,  _ Lot
Jas.  P. Stuart,   Lot
Andre-W J. Swan, ..^ Lot
J.  S.  Sharp, , .: : Lot
Ernest Gordon,   Lot
���Fred M. Wright _ Lot
Mrs. M. Taylor,'   Lots
9,
4,
4,
7,
1,
2
3,
4,
15, Block 2,
1, Block 3, ...
7 and 8, Block
3 and 4, Block
5, Block 4"	
6, Block 4, 	
12, Block 4, 	
2, Block 7	
Block. 8,'	
Block 12, 	
Block 13, 	
Block, 13	
Block 14, 	
and 3, Block 16,
'33.44
25.97
28.2'5
66.86
33.44
33.44
13.37
- 37.85
24.47
33.94
13.87
21.70
160.19
70.65
7.45
5.67
6.35
14.90
7.45
7.45
2.98
8.41
15.43
7.53
3.06'
4.83
13.32
15.67
���13.75'
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.755
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
54.64
45.39
48.35
95.51
54.64
54.64
30.10
60.011
43.65
55.22,
30.68
40.28
87.26
100.07
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1925
- Has produced Minerals as follows: Placer Gold, $77,663,045, Lode Gold
���$122,808,459;  Silver,  $74,111,397;  Lead,  $89,218,907;    Copper,  $197,642,647;
'Zinc, $39,925,947; Miscellaneous Minerals, $1,594,387; Coal and Coke,$273,-
04S.953; Building'Stone, Brick, Cement, etc, $44,905,886; making its Min-
'eral production to the end o'f 1925, show .an
Aggregate Value of $920,919,628 '
Production for the year ending December, 1925, $61,492,242
"The Mining Laws of this Province are more liberal, and" the fees lower, than tliose of  any- other
- Province in the Dominion, or any colony in the British Empire.
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers  for  nominal  fees.
Absolute_ Titles are obtained by developing such properties, the security of whicli is guaranteed ���
by Crown Grants. " - -
Full information .together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained gratis by addressing���
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES,
VICTORIA, British Columbia.
-N.B. Practically all British Columbia Mineral Properties upon which development work has
been done are described in some one of the Annual Reports of the Minister of Mines. Those considering mining investments should refer to such reports. They are available without'charge on
application to" the Department of Mines, Victoria, B.C. Reports covering ^each of the six Mineral ".
Survey Districts are published separately, and are available on application. Reports of the Geological ' Survey of Canada, Winch Building, Vancouver, are recommended as valuable sources of
information.
ansa THE " GREENWOOD   LEDG-E
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The Greenwood Ledge
Published every Thursday at
Greeiwood, B.C.
G. W. A. SMITH
Editor and Proprietor
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Is $2.00 a year strictly in advance,
��r $2.50 when not paid for three
months or more havc passed. To
Ureat Britian and the "United States
^i.'iO, always in advance.
ADVERTISING RATES    .
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices. .$25.00
Ctal and Oil Notices     7.00
Estray Notices?     3.0U
Cards  of  Thanks....     1.00
Certificate  of  Improvement  12.50
(When   more   than   ono   claim   <���
appears in notice, $5.00 Cor each
additional  claim).
All other legal advertising 16 cents* a
line first insertion, and 12 cents'a line
for each subsequent insertion, noii-
pariel measurement.
Transcient display advertising 50
cents an inch each insertion.
Business
insertion.
locals 12y��c. a line eacli
The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, and
that the editor would be pleased to have more money.
Gale-Phillips Wedding
St. Mark's Church, beautifully decorated with autumn flowers, was the
setting for a wedding of wide interest
to a larjf'e circle of friends, both here
and. in Victoria, on Monday evening at
8:30 o'clock, when Miss Hannah Evangeline, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
��.William,Phillips, became the bride of
Mr. William E. Gale, only son of Mr.
aad Mrs. Benjamin C. Gale, Royal
Oak, Victoria.
The ceremony which was fully
choral, was performed by Rev. A. H.
Sovereign, before an altar banked with
bronze chrysanthemums and mauve
Michaelmas daisies.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, made a pretty
picture in her wedding.gown of ivory
taffeta and Brussels lace fashioned on
straight lines. Her veil was arranged
in coronet atyle, with a bandeau of seed
pearls and Cecil Brtinner roses, with
small bunches of roses at the side. She
carried a shower boquet of roses and
maiden hair fern intermingled with
white heather,* a gift froin friends
abroad.
Miss Phyllis Phillips, sister of the
bride, as maid of honor, chose a frock
of buttercup taffeta with trimmings of
gold lace and ribbon. Her picture hat
was black with panne" velvet crown
and transparent brim, and her flowers
were bronze chrysanthemums. Miss
Mercy Phillips and Miss Charlotte
Eustis, as bridesmaids, were gowned
alike in lavender taffeta, and wore
picture hats of black panne velvet ancl
satin with silver metalic trimming.
They carried shepherd's crooks with
floral decorations of yellow chrysanthemums and silver steamers.
Miss Alex Pye acted as the bride's
.attendant, ancl held her embroidered
.wray, a family heirloom, during the
ceremony.
Bridesville News
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lubman
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Clair Dunlqp.
Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Ames and
Mrs. Hugo Dumont motored to
Oroville on Saturday.
Rev. Andrew Walker was visiting  around  town  on  Saturday
jand held Service on Sunday at
11 a.m. ���v.
The show and dance in Molson
on Saturday evening was taken
in by all the young people of
Bridesville.
D. Kayes, who has been working near Centralia, Wash., arrived
by motor on Tuesday and is visiting relatives in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Christensen
of Trail, were the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. E. Kingsley fora few
days during the past week.
Mr. Sweezey, proprietor of the
sawmill on the road to'Fish lake,
shipped three carloads of lumber
from the Great Northern depot
this week.
Miss '' Vera Kempston, Pat
Kempston and Miss Irene
Kingsley, of Greenwood, were in
Bridesville for the week-end, visiting Mrs. E. Johnston.
Bills have been posted up for
the great big event of the season;
i. e. the Masquerade Dance at
Greenwood on Monday, Nov. 8th.
This dance has always drawn
large crowds from all-over the
district���even including points
from the United States.
A change in the Great Northern
train service came into effect on
Oct. 18th. On Monday, Wednesday and Friday the train from
Curlew to Princeton will arrive in
Bridesville at 10 a.m., while on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
the train from Princeton to Curlew will arrive here at 2:30 p.m.
Mrs. C. C. Morris, aged 67
years and 7 months, died in Oroville on Oct. 12th.- Mrs. Morris
was a pioneer resident of Molson
coming to that place in 1902, with
Mr. Morris-Avho preceded her in
death last June. She leaves to
mourn her loss twelve children,
a daughter, Mrs. Ida Kingsley,
residing in Bridesville. Burial
took place in Nelson on Oct. 13th.
H
erean
dTh
ere
Victoria���Twenty head of grade
Oxford ewes, two years old,.from
Mayne Island, have .been sold to
Japanese buyers. This makes a new
departure in the sheep industry of
the Island, being the first of the
home production to be'sent to Japan.
It is estimated that southern British Columbia will produce 3,217,000
boxes of apples this, season, this is
about 700,000 boxes more than last
year's production. Arrangements
are being made for a heavy export
business to Great Britain, as well
as to the Prairies and Eastern Canada. r'
A regular aerial'mail service has
been established between Osaka in
Japan and Darien in South Manchuria, two Japanese built "Kawani-
shi" planes being used. This service is daily, and is being sponsored
by the "Osaka Mainichi" one of the
largest newspapers in Japan whose
aviators recently flew to  Berlin.
H. W. R. MOORE
BARRISTER      SOLICITOR
NOTARY PUBLIC
�������� _
Greenwood
~^Mr7~Gondry~Phillips, brother, of the
bride, supported the groom, and the
ushers were Mr. Gerald Stevens, Mr.
Heverly Smith, Mr. W.O. Banfield aud
Mr, I/arry' O'l^eary. During the signing of the register Mr. Jack L,. Evans
sang "My Prayer." ...*
After the ceremony a reception was
held at Kilarney, where Mr. and Mrs.
Gale received the congratulations of
their friends. The bride's mother wore
a dress of silver and black with hat en
suite, and a wray df black broadcloth.
She carried a sheath boquet of crimson
gladioli. Mrs. B. Gale, mother of the
groom, was gowned in an imported
dress of honeydew shade, with lace and
embroidery trimmings. Her hat was
of black panne velvet and her flowers
. were carnations. c .-
Mr. and Mrs. Gale will leave later on
the Aorangi for Honolulu, where they
will spend their honeymoon. For
travellink the bride donned an afternoon dress of grey flowered silk, and
seal coat with squirrel collar and cuffs.
Her high-crowned hat was of Ameri-
. can beauty colored velvet with touches
of silver.
Out-of-town guests attending the
���wedding were Mr. and,; Mrs. C. M.
Shaw of Keremeos, Mr, and Mrs."
William'Barker, of Victoria, Mr. and
Mrs. A.'IE. McKenzie of Princeton and
Miss Annie Humphries of Chase.���
Vancouver Province.
The bride is wellknown in Greenwood having lived here for a number
of years prior to residing at the coast.
The Greenwood Le<3ge joins with a
' host of friends in this .district in extending congratulations. 7
fT�� HE Government Control of beer sales to tjje
^/people   of   British   Columbia  in  licensed
premises-ha's"beeirvitfdi"catell"b^tlr^orb,eflyi
Dodd's Barber Shop
and Billiard Hall
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco,
Soft Drinks & Confectionery
Open 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
manner in whicli these premises arc conducted.
These quiet and comfortable establishments
prove that the open and "above-board sale of
pure beer lias in great measure ended thc evils
.attending the illicit sale of strong drink. They
, have proved that the self respect and good
behavior of the people of British Columbia arc
more to be depended on than thc opinions"of
those who wish to prevent the people from
having any beer at all.
You may find citizens enjoying a healthful and
invigorating glass of beer in the quiet and ease
that the'well-to-do have in their clubs. Licensed
premises in the colder winter months are more
than ever the working man's club, where he finds
the company and comfort that is his right.
The supervision and regulation of licensed premises
by the Government is a guarantee that the
excellent conditions under which beer is sold shall
continue. Efficient Government Inspectors see not
only that such licensed premises are operated in a
strictly sanitary manner. Thcy look for a high
standard of. conduct.
The purity and wholesomeness of all beers
"served���-supplied by the Amalgamated Brew*
eries of British Columbia���is guaranteed by
the frequent and strict analyses to which tliey
are subjected by the Government. In the
7 present administration of Beer \ Parlors the
interests of the public are completely protected.
Amalgamated Breweries of British Columbia, In Which are
associated Vancouver Breweries Ltd., Rainier Brewing Co. of
Canada Ltd., -Westminster Brewery Ltd., Silver Spring Brewery Ltd.,
Victoria Phoenix Brewing Co. Ltd.
Kettle River Assessment District
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that, on Monday the First day of November, 1926, at the hour of. ii o'clock in the forenoon at the Provincial Police Court, Penticton, B.C., I shall offer for sale at public auction the Crown-granted mineral
claims hereinafter set out, of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent taxes'\mpaid--by the said
persons on the 30th day of June 1926, and for costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said -sale, if the total
amount due is not sooner paid. '
Name of Owner
Name of Claim
Lot No.       Taxes *   Penalty  ��� Costs      Total
OSOYOOS MINING DIVISION, S. D. Y. D.
Moose Jaw���One thousarid_ head
of Western Canadian light horses
purchased . for the Soviet' government were assembled here. Tlie
horses, which are all light, are being
bought for the Russian government
with Russian funds placed in Cana-:
dian banks for that purpose. A similar '.; purchase was made-last; year
and the repeating of the order indicates satisfaction with the Cana-.
dian stock. :' ��� * '���'���'���, c .
:...:���     X     .   X,cxX"-
-The increase.in the net profits of -
the Canadian Pacific Railway for
the first eight months of the year
ending August 31st is $8,814,895.76,
according to a financial statement
issued .at*, the headquarters of the
Canadian Pacific at Montreal, *.. This
is the increase in profits as compared with the profits i'or the same
period in 1925. The increase in the
gross earnings over, the same period
in 1925 is stated at $12,691,364.57.
Josiali Graham 	
J T Kelly  	
J I' Kelly  	
McLean & Harvey  	
McLean & Harvey,	
S Mangott et al 	
S M Johnson etal .'	
SM Johnson etal	
J A Tuzo Est el al:	
R H Parkinson 	
J V gelly 	
R H Parkinson 	
R H Parkinson 	
JP Kelly 	
Mrs I G-Thompson, ct al 	
F W McLaine, et al	
S M Johnson, etal	
S M Johnson,etal  '.'	
C A C Steward, et al	
S M. Johnson 	
riV McLaine, otal	
S M Johnson, et al	
RH Parkinson 	
Steve Mangott	
J P. Kelly "	
S M Johnson, etal  	
WCFox	
R II Parkinson   .7.
 Atlas   6M
 Alaska 2938
...r. Buster .-..-.: 2937
 Crown Point  SOIs
 Dayton  500s
J Gold Hill: ......:. ......_.... 1916
 Highland Mary ............. ........._._.... .... 1462
 ..Homestake  ...... 189.2
 Iron Horse ,295s
 Johnny Bull  544s
 Jumbo Fraction ..; ...3128
 .'.King- Edward...-:  542s
 Kendal ....... ......v '..... 548s
 King Solomon ......;..  3126
 Lakeview Extension  2468
 Last Chance Fraction .. .......__.............;3247
 Lucky Boy '..;....2331
 Logan 2793
 Leamington   5!>5s
 Myrtle ...........................'.*.....7..:...1654
 NewOroFino ..................... '.���;���_..'...._. 3248
 .Never Sweat Fraction....................;...2333
 .".Night Hawk ............;........;....... ��41s
 Osoyoos '. 762
 Queen of Sheba 3127
........ Red Jacket.................................... 2332
 Toledo :\ .'.1270
 VV&E 546s
���'        GREENWOOD MINING DIVISION
MK Graham   ....Anaconda 	
J-H DuHamel  Anchor	
MK Graham, etal -...Bank of England
SM Johnson  BosloI;	
J C Haas, et al  Bruce
...1538
....1021
....1536
....1645
.... 913
F Keffer, et al Capital Prize   914
H J Cole, etal .........C O D .,1532
Ola Lofstad  Cosmopolitan  1630
A Jackson ...;.'.......... .C S & H ,........'......._...._........ .....................833;
I H Hallett Est & J P McLeod ....: ...City of Paris 2948
Skylark Dev Co  Denver  .' 764
LE Brawders .[ ^Electric '.....! 1S75 ' ���
S M Johnson, etal Emerald  .". 12.63
Jennie DuHamel ��� .Ethiopia 932
Allenby Cop Co  '. Glenwood 897
M K Graham   Granada ; 869
Granby Con MS & P Company Gem Frac  583s
Ola Lofstad     Hidden Treasure 1019"
W C Wilson '_ Hope No t .'   _   1849
SM Johnson, etal Jubilee 919     ..
, Ola Lofstad    ' 'Last Chance 644
F F Ketchum Est., et al .]...'. London .'.  2291.
Ola Lofstad. Mayflower .'. 1773
ES Graham Est ....Normandy .-.1537
SM Johnson et al North End 1291
S M Johnson et al  Owl 2395
E S Graham Est  Paymaster 870
E Parry, et al Peacock 1243
E S Graham Estate Potter Palmer 661
S M Johnson et al Pride of Perth Fraction 1253
J J Garland Estate  Rattler ............ '.....��.: .'...1265
L E Brawders .-. Roderick Dhu 598 .
Dr S S Oppenheimer et al Salamanca Fraction  ;  2902
Ola I_.ofstad et al .' :S F Fraction 832
J W Nelson et al Silver Cloud .'. ���. '..1218
Skylark Dev Co   Skylark ...'. f63
S M Johnson '. Surprise Fraction. ,....'....��� 2384
J H Morrison, et al  7', Tani O'Shanter .*... ii... ......._.'.'...'.2405
E S Graham Estate Texas .'....'. ......:..... .'.._ .'.66-
E S Graham Estate .'.'.' Virginia' ,'. .���'...'.....' .'...1163
Robert Forshaw  Vernon Frac..............:.. "........'.."...................3138
Robert Lee '..:....'....'  .X L C R _. '��� 1556s
D G Smith Yorkshire iass.....  3024s
GRAND FORKS MINING DIVISION
F AV Reid and A Whiteside Banner Fraction ���. 1012s
S Mayall,etal  ." Bonanza ..:.. ', \ 2008
Granby Con MS & P Company Bank of England  - 1235
J Holm, etal _ Caledonia .'...-. 973
HLye ��� Calumet 1314
Mrs M C Juilliard o, City of London ���; 1253.
SMayall....... , .....iColorado.:...... .........'.........;. ..2009
Clement Vacher City of Denver 1161.
Jesse Kemp  Dempster Fraction .". 1186s
Henry Lye......,.....,.....; ...El Rio.................;.. ..............1231
Clement V  cher ; Excelsior ��� 2609
Henry Lye et al .- Hecla .'. ; ......859
Unichi Mining & Milling Company 7. Idaho  1679S
T M Gulley .John Bull 2051
Henry Lye '. JKeywest : -. .-.-...1768-1-
���Clement VaclTer" Lexington .-.645
Contact Con G M Company Mountain View Fraction ..'; ,.;.....;._2593
TM Gulley .....; Marinette 2052
Clement Vacher & M & H Johnson........ ...New Jack of Spades......................._i......'...y.,_.2804
S M Johnson et al ..................Opliir ............;  1066
Union Mining & Milling Company............... Paper Dollar Fraction ;  1677s
Clement Vacher ..Puyallup ..; ���.....'.....;......... ........1152
Granby CouGM Company ......,..;...'.,. Pheasant..:....,.'.. ., .* .......864   , <
C R Hosmor Queen Lill 1783
, G H Mortimer ii........................... Sailor Boy ..............;. ..i.........1093
Henry Lye Sissy 1068
IVY Williams etal Summit...... ii.......  1007s-
Mrs.E L Clement  ; ,...,'.. ....ShirleyFraction....   .;.....1013s
HP Jackson ....." Treasury Fraction 1422
. Union Mining and Milling Company .X. Union 1022s
Xcwis Johnson, etal  Union Fraction .7.'..'...'. 167fs
J SC Fraser Estate Undine -. 2138
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61.75
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Penticton, B.C., October 13th, 1926.
W. R. DEWDNEY,
Provincial Collector,
���    Kettle River Asses9iu'ent District.
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.
1. A MONTHLY PENSION FOB IM
For   yourself���suy   from   ago' 60.
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INCOME '
For your wife li yott die.
8. AN EDUCATION FOB YOUE   SON
OBDAUOHTEB
The road to success in life.
4. A JOINT ENDOWMENT FOB MAN
AND WIFE  -
A real Family Policy.
SEND
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ASSOCIATION
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HOWARD WARRANT, District Manager,
Rogers Building, Vancouver, B.C.
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Rock Creek
Also carry
Gas; Oil, Tires, Patches, Vulcanizers, &c
Mrs. Poulton
Milliner
Grand Forks
Good selection at Moderate
Prices
SEND YOUR
; BOOTS and SHOES
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Harry Armson, Grand Forks
The 20th Century Shoe Reualrer
All work and material guaranteed
We pay postage one way. Terms cash
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