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 I Prov
incial Library
VOL. Ill
GREENWOOD, B.C...THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1928
No. 10
GREENWOOD SUPERIOR SCHOOL
Report for September
Division I���James Reid
No. on register (    21
Total actual attendance     379.5
Average actual attendance     19.97
Percentage of attendance   95.1%
Proficiency
Grade X.���Edward Parry, John Campolieto.'
Grade IX.���Harry Hallstrom, Robert
Forshaw (tie for first)- Marguerite
Ritchie, Valeria Cudworth, Robert
Mitchell, John Morrison, Ellen Kehoe,
Eileen Bryan, Margaret Royce Bertram
Price, Eugene McGiUivray. .
Leaders
Latin���Harry Hallstrom.'
French���Ellen Kehoe.
Arithmetic���John Morrison.
.  History���Robert Forshaw.
. Geometry���Valeria Cudworth.
Algebra���Robert Forshaw.
1/  -    Grade VIIL���Ruth Cox, 01iver_Ne'w-
march, Arnold Bombini, Allan Morrison,
|(     Roy Hallstrom, Charlie Royce.
Leaders
Arithmetic���Ruth Cox.
Drawing���Arnold Bombini.
Grammar���Allan Morirson.
Geography���Ruth Cox.
Spelling���Arnold Bombini* and Ruth
Cox.    _ **
Regularity and Punctuality
Eileen-Bryan, John Campolieto, Ruth
Cox, Valeria Cudworth, Robert Forshaw, Harry Hallstrom; Roy Hallstrom,
Robert Mitchell, Dick'Morrison, John
Morrison, -Oliver Newmarch, Edward
Parry, Bert Price, Marguerite Ritchie,
Margaret Royce, Charlie Royce.
Division II���Ruth Axam
No. on register          26
Total" actual attendance         473
Average actual attendance       24.89
Percentage of attendance ...... 95.73%
Proficiency
Grade .VII.���Celia   Klinosky,   John
McGiUivray,   Mark   Madden,    David
Nichols, Lawrence Gulley, May Clark'.
'   Grade   VI.���Freda  Hammerstrom,
Ernest Johnson, James Forshaw, Walter
Nichols,    George   Hingley,   Margaret
Lakeland.
-Grade   V.���Dorothy   Boug,   Peter
���'   Maletta, Jack Clark, Ernest Cox:
Grade IV.���Alice Clark, Kathleen
Madden, Cicely Newmarch, Burton McGiUivray, Eric Cox, Josephine "Cox,
Louis Lucente; Dorcas Mitchell and
Roland Skilton (not present for examinations) .
Regularity and Punctuality
^^Alice_Clark,_May_Clark,_Eric_Cox,
Ernest Cox, Josephine Cox, James
Forshaw, George Hingley, Ernest Johnson, Celia Klinosky, Kathleen Madden,
Mark Madden, Peter Maletta, John
McGiUivray, Cicely Newmarch, David
Nichols, Walter Nichols.
Division III���Mrs. G. A. Bryan
No on register          22
Total actual attendance      407.5
Average actual attendance  '   21.45
Percentage of attendance   97 ^ %
Proficiency
Grade- III.���Tom Forshaw, Roberta
Wilson, Frank Nichols, Cecil Maletta,
Edna Pope, Virginia Boug.
Grade II.���Edward Klinosky, Elvira
Boug (equal), Albert Lucente, Violet
Bombini, Fred Clark, Jimmy Hallstrom,
Alfred Maletta.
Grade IA.���Isabella Wilson and Mary
Madden (equal), Goldie^ Walker, Hazen
Powers. " ���
Grade IB.���Edith Powers, Donald
Smith, Paul Forshaw, Marie McDonell
u
Regularity and Punctuality
H Tom Forshaw, Cecil Maletta, Fred
Clark, James Hallstrom, Edward Klinosky, Albert* Lucente, Alfred Maletta
Isabella Wilson, Donald Smith, Edith
Powers, Paul Forshaw, Marie McDonell.
ROCK CREEK SCHOOL
Frank B. Pearce
<r        Report for September
No. on Roll       33
Average Attendance   31.13
Perfect Attendance
John    Anderson,'   Veda    Anderson
Eddie Anderson,  James Worthington
Clara Worthington, Irene Olsen, Nina
i Fisher,  Peter  Pearce, John  Burdick.
, Walter Carey, Casey Carey, Eva Carey.
I Phyllis Carey, Kathleen Carey, Jean
; Johnson,- Catherine Pearce.
i L ' , Highest Standing
|    Grade I.���Tim Johns.
Grade IL���Bud Worthington.
Grade III.���Eva Wheeler.
Grade IV.���Rachel Johns.
Grade V.���Walter Carey.    ..
Grade VI.���Phyllis Wheeler.
Grade VIIL���John Anderson.
INTERESTING LECTURE
A very successful meeting in aid of
the British & Foreign Bible Society was
held in the United Church on Tuesday
evening. The Church was well filled,
the major portion being children of the
school.
The representative of'the Society for
British Columbia, Rev. N. A. Harkness,
first told in a very interesting manner
how this Society came to be instituted,
and then stated the great number of
translations that were made from the
'original languages into the mother
tongues of over 600 races of people.
The difficulties of correctly expressing-
the ideas of the scriptures were simply
explained by the speaker. Then followed the production of a number of
beautiful lantern slides, illustrating the
habits of the Chinese and the work of
the Society's colporteurs in selling
copies of the scriptures to the natives.
A collection was taken in aid of the
Society which amounted to nearly $7.00,.
Rev. Harkness requested the meeting
to form an organization to" carry on the
work of the Society in Greenwood. Mr.
King was chosen as President, Miss R.
Axam, Secretary and Mrs. A. Walker.
Treasurer. -The meeting was opened
and "closed with devotional exercises.
KETTLE VALLEY SCHOOL NEWS
E. P. Beckett
No. of pupuils  '.  23
Aggregate attendance   -424
Average attendance  .'  22.21
Pupils having perfect attendance for
month of September
Ronald Bonnett, Elise Gane, .Theodore Garie, Doris Dainard, Glenn
Dainard, Leslie Dainard, Myrtle
Graham, Violet Graham, Clifford
Graham, Mary Hindmoor, Pearl Lindsay, Yvonne McCelvey, Jean McCelvey,
Muriel Thompson, Elly Toyne, Malcolm Swanto'n, Pam Swanton.
At a "Junior Red .Cross" meeting
held in the school on September 21st,
the following officers were elected for
the coming year:
President���Eric Whiting.
Vice-President���Elly Toyne.
Secretary���Joe Gane.
Treasurer���Mary Hindmoor.
Circulating Manager���Muriel Thompson.
Committees:
Programme-^Gertrude Toyne.
Health���Doris Dainsard.
Service���Myrtle Graham.
This yeai\ there is a membership of
twenty-five..
KETTLE VALLEY GOLF
The draw for the next round in the
handicap competition is as follows:    ���
J. Richter v E. S. Reynolds.
F. Richter or C. G. McMynn v E.
Whiting.
H. T. Newmarch bye. ,
Games to be played by Oct. 14th.
The draw in the second round of the
Ladies competition follows:
Mrs. F. Bubar v Mrs. G. F. Frost.
Mrs. H. W. Gregory v Mrs.'A. Roberts
Mrs: E." P. Beckett v Mrs. Geo. S
Walters.
Mrs. H. T. Newmarch bye.
Games to be played by Oct. 14th.
BRIDESVILLE NEWS
Jim Billups has purchased  a  new
Ford truck.
A number of young people surprisec
Jimmy Billups on Saturday evening
the occasion being his birthday.
The new loading platform on the G
N. depot has been made use of all this*
week by the farmers shipping thei:
grain.
Mrs. T. M, Gulley, Valeria Cudwortb
and Nellie Kehoe of Greenwood, speni
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. B. M
Cudworth, returning Sunday with Mr
Gulley.
Ed. Robinson had the misfortune tr
have his separator burned on Frida*
afternoon, while threshing1 wheat witl
smut in it. He had no insurance. Ed
has bought another separator anc"
hopes to start threshing again on Wednesday.,    ,
His Unlucky  Thirteen
The world is a comedy to those that
'think a tragedy to those that feel.���
^Horace Walpole. v
The Cadger: "I ain't never 'ad r
chance. No matter where I go or woi
I works at, my unlucky number bob.'
up and does me in, some-'ow."
The Householder: "What do yoi*
mean?   What's your unlucky number?'
The Cadger:   "Thirteen, lady.
Twelve   jurymen   an'   a   judge."���Ex
Mrs. Joe Christian of Christian Valley, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Legault on Tuesday evening.
Rod & Gun Club's
Annual Banquet
Excellent   Dinner  at   Pacific   Hotel���
Dr.-* Kingston, M.L.-A.,  Present���
Large Membership
. NEW EQUIPMENT FOR BEAVER'
Forty-four members of the Greenwood
District Rod & Gun Club assembled in
the main dining room of the Pacific
Hotel on the occasion of the Annual
Banquet o'f the Club. Host Goodeve
and his staff deserve credit for the
magnificient repast provided, the tables
being beautifully. decorated and laid
out in a manner worthy of any hotel in
the country. Sportsmen members were
present from all parts of Lhe riding including Myncaster and Beaverdell.
Among* the guests of honour were Dr.
C. M. Kingston,, M.L.A., and James
Grisdalo of Grand Forks, Walter Keith
of Seattle, a pioneer resident of Greenwood, G. C. Mackay of Penticton and
Constable W. R. Powers, representing
tho Provincial Game Department. After
dinner adjournment was made to the
auditorium of the Greenwood Theatre
kindly provided by Geo. Gray a prominent member of the Club and under
the able hand of- President G. S.
Walters assisted by Secretary Beaven
Gane a* few social hours quickly passed
in singing, hearing reminiscences of
such old-time sportsmen as John
Zurfluh, C.. King T. M. Gulley, E.
F. Wilson, A. Lander and others. Jim
Kerr, a charter member of the Club,
who happened to be m Greenwood on a
vacation, entertained with speech and
song in his own inimitable Scotch manner, f
The President made reference to the
assistance rendered-the Club by one of
its members D. McPherson when he
was connected with the B. C. Legislature and after outlining the nature
of some of the changes desired by the
Club he called on Dr. Kingston to
address the members. Dr. Kingston
expressed himself as being in full sympathy with the-sought-for change of
placing the game 'affairs of the Province under a separate department and
intimated that at all times he would
be'glad to advance tlie 'wishes of the
Club if he were so informed of them
and they were of a' reasonable nature.
Secretary Gane reported that the
matter of the above-mentioned change
had already been taken up with the new
Attorney-General and a very encouraging reply received. This was the only
business allowed to be transacted during the evening.  '
Mention must be made of the interesting speech of Walter Keith climaxed
by-a-humorous-story-which undoubtedly
was the hit of the evening. James
Grisdale added greatly to. the success of
the affair by his piano accompaniment.
A real good time finally came to a close
and there is ho doubt that Major Gray,
now in England, when he receives a report will be able to visualize the happy
results of his diligent work" of the past
and now being undertaken by his late
near neighbor, Mr. Gane.     y
Beaverdell.���Beaver Silver ' Mines
Limited, although a mineral property
that is as yet in' its infancy, has returned more' than $15,000 to its shareholders as a result of the first five carloads of ore sent to the smelter from
this promising property. The Beaver
Silver group consists of 38 acres .of
crown-granted mineral.land on Wallace Mountain, four miles from Beaverdell,'on the Kettle Valley branch of the
Canadian Pacific railway. Adjoining
the Beaver are the Sally and Bell mines,
both' of which have yielded fortunes
for their owners.
With the new development that is
now" being carried on at the 'Beaver, the
property should, in the opinion of eminent mining engineers who have followed the development of the Wallace
Mountain Mines, soon reach a production and profit-earning position second
to none.
The property is equipped at present
with air compressor, gas engine, hoist,
ore sorting shed, bunkers, cable and
bunkets and a complete blacksmith's
outfit. All the machinery is well housed and the camp buildings substantial and comfortable. -Besides this,
heaviier machinery, including Diesel
engine and other equipment designed
for larger operation, is *- now being
installed.
The work has been fully financed as
well as any deeper workings that may
be necessary in the future. In the opinion oFR. L. Clothier, M.E., in charge
of operations' at the mine, the work
about to be done will put several years'
supply of ore in sight without any further development.
Ore already mined by the Bell and
Sally mines adjoining, having a value
of millions of dollars, has come from
comparatively small portions of veins
converging on Beaver ground, and work
is now being carried on to developthe
Beaver to the same horizons as the Bell.
MIDWAY NEWS
CHRISTIAN VALLEY NOTES
Joe Christian has harvested 150 tons
of hay this year.
The new bridge oyer the West Fork
of.the Main.River.,was completed last
week.
Miss Nellie Keir, teacher of the
Christian Valley School, is in Spokane
receiving treatment for an injured knee.
Frank Christian and Sten Petterson
have their trap line ready for operation when the season opens in November.
Mrs. Joe Christian and .son,. Frank,
were visitors to Greenwood this week,
having motored in Mrs. Christian's
Ford car. Mrs. Christian is becomming
quite expert at the wheel.
I
Victor Barrett returned this morning
from Cranbrook to which place he left
for Sunday to attend the funeral of his
brother Frank, who died suddenly in
that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weed, George
Weed and A. Lander left on Monday
morning for a motor trip to Spokane.
The monthly meeting of the Farmers
Institute will be held in the Farmers
Hall on Saturday, Oct. 6th at 2 p.m.
It is hoped there will be a large attendance as there is considerable business to be transacted.
A fire started by a freight train on
Tuesday afternoon gave the citizens a
scare on Tuesday afternoon. At one
time J. H. Bush's residence was in
danger, but was saved by the good work
of the fire fighters.
Mr. Begg, buyer for Swift Canadian,
Vancouver, was in the district this
week. He bought three carloads of
cattle which were shipped to the Coast
from Midway and Rock Creek. The
farmers received good prices.
* The fortnightly card party was held
in the Old School House on Tuesday,
evening. There was a good attendance.
Mrs. C. J. Lundy won the ladies first
prize and J. L. Bush, Sr., the gents
first prize. Mrs. J. H, Bush and Miss
Joy Sharp were the entertainers. All
present report a very pleasant evening.
Robert Bruce had his Ford car badly
damaged on Tuesday afternoon when
he was en route to Rock Creek. On
making the curve opposite McArthur's
mill the Ford was struck by a large car
driven by R. H. Rodgers of Vancouver,
who was on the wrong side of the road.
Mr. Rodgers was charged with driving to
the common danger and appeared before S. B. Hamilton, S.M., at the
Greenwood Court House on Wednesday
morning and was fined $10 and costs
and promised to pay for cost of re-
'pairs to Mr. Bruce's car. Mr. Rodgers
had his white card changed for a blue
one. The left fender on Mr. Rodgers'
car was practically destroyed. He was
en route to Alberta.
BOUNDARY FALLS SCHOOL
Report for September
Margaret I. Albion
Number enrolled       17
Average attendance   13.58
(In alphabetical order)
Grade VIL���Ted Bauer, Alice Bauer,
Verdun Casselman, Edna Swanlund,
Louise Swanlund.
���Grade_VI.���Grace^Casselman,-- Svea-
Johnson.
Grade IV.���Billie Boltz, Florence
Casselman, John Swanlund.
Grade III.���Celia Bauer, Edith Swanlund.
Grade I.���Jack Casselman, Raymond
Johnson.
OF LOCAL INTEREST
Mrs. J. E. Hoy returned on Friday last
from a month's visit with friends in
Vancouver.
Miss Elise Gane, of Kettle Valley
was the guest of Miss Cicely Newmarch
over the week-end.
C. J. Casselman left on Monday for
Spokane where he will consult a
specialist for stomach trouble.
Lewis Keir, Miss Nellie Keir and
Daniel Boltz motored to Spokane during the week-end. Miss Keir is remaining there for a few days with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Keir, who
are now-residents of that city.
About thity-five friends came over
from Grand Forks" on Tuesday evening
and agreeably surprised Mr. and Mrs.
G. A. Bryan. A very pleasant evening
was spent in playing cards during
which refreshments were served. -
Auto Is Self Steering
Hphe heading of this article is not intended to mislead. The high power
sedan pictured above is all of that and more as the "steering wheel"
acts only as a front wheel brake, and all four wheels are fixed. Per-1
haps the most remarkable fact in connection with this handsome auto-1
mobile is that it was turned out, just as it appears, from the Canadian
Pacific locomotiv-8 works at Angus. There you have it! The wheels
are flanged, with rubber insulation between the steel tires. - Supplementary lights comply with railway regulations. There are staffs
for the regulation flags, a -powerful horn���and a bumper. Canadian
Pacific engineers will use this car for inspection purposes.
H. S. Farquharson of Kettle Falls,
Wash., was renewing acquaintances in
town and ^district during the first-of-
the week. ~ He left here over 14 years
ago. During his stay here he was a
guest of the Floyd Bros., and H. N. Cox.
Walter Keith left for his home in
Seattle on Sunday after a few days
visit with old tillicums in Greenwood.'
Mr. Keith was the owner and editor of
the Greenwood Miner published here
in the early days, when the town had
two papers.
J. A. McMaster, an old timer of
Phoenix and Eholt arrived from Cranbrook this morning and is renewing
acquaintances in town. For some
months past Mr. McMaster has been
contracting (carpenter work)' for the
C. P. R. in East Kootenay.
Gladly take the gifts of the present
hour,   and   leave   vexing   thoughts.
{���Horace. ������<&'-���
?AGE
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1938
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The Greenwood Ledge
Published every Thursday at
Greenwood, B.C.
G. W. A. SMITH
Editor and Proprietor
ADVERTISING     RATES
Delinquent Co-Owner Notices.. .$25.00
Coal and Oil Notices............   7.00
Estray Notices   ...".    3.00
Cards of Thanks    1.00
Certificate of Improvement  12.50
(When more than one claim appears
ln notice, $5.00 for each additional
claim.
All other legal advertising 16 cents
a line first insertion, and 12 cents a
line for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement, '
today- . -    ���
The''publisher was a public benefactor, concluded the historian. He
spread knowledge and in doing so aided
the logger, the pulp miller, the type'
founder and many allied industries.
The speaker toasted the members of
the association as men of enterprise
and good fellows all."
You will all get good value for your
dollar at-thc Dance on Oct. Sth.
Kettle River Assessment District
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NEWSPAPER HISTORY |
, Dr. M. S. Wade gave the following
admirable resume of the history of interior newspapering when he proposed
the health of the B. C. & Yukon Press
Association at the banquet tendered its'
members by the City of Kamloops in
the Leland Hotel on Sept. 22nd:
"The man in'-the street knew comparatively little about the production of
a newspaper, he claimed, as long* as he
got it and the news he wanted, he
didn't care. For many years he had
been a free lance journalist; he had
written news in his day, editorials too;
had edited a paper which he had been
proprietor. It was 25 or 26 years since
the first press convention was held in
the province and that was in Harrison
Hot Springs. At this gathering there
were four present and'. he represented
the Inland Sentinel of Kamloops.
An editor must have a knowledge of
what constituted public affairs, claimed
the speaker; he must approach his task
with an; open mind and be able:to
grasp the news, in fact have a news
sense. Dr. Wade went on to tell how
y he was not content to stay editing only,
but went into the back: shop, learned
how to handle a "stick" and to set type.
He could in time put a form on the
press and be, in fact, his own stationary engineer.      >
First Issue of Sentinel
A newspaper should have an opinion
of its own, insisted the doctor, even if
it got into hot water. It should lead
public opinion, and he went on to show
that when he was an editor and politicians of the other side set themselves
to criticize his criticism of the administration he told them the charge would
be so much and that was the end of it!
Citing courage as a sine qua non of
the editor, Dr. Wade recalled Michael
Hagen, who' established the Sentinel at
Emory Bar in May 1880. He asked his
: hearers to visualize the conditions then,
compared with today. There were the
Victoria Colonist, a paper, at Nanaimo
and two at New Westminster. At that
time Onderdonk had the CP.R.ocon-
tract and Dr. Wade, himself was surgeon on the construction. There had
been another Sentinel in earlier days,
that at Barkerville, the Cariboo Sentinel, published from 1865. Hagen got
out the Sentinel at Emory for a few
weeks only,' using.a Ruggles press; the
 ^editor himself went into the mining
camps, bdh^his^owir'hewsboyr^TheiT
Hagen .went to Yale, where it was
needless to say "there would be a hot
E. MCDOUGALL
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Contractor and Builder
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SHOP AT GREENWOOD
Box 332  Grand Forks. B.C.
;;       ASSAYER
E. W.(, WIDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box L1108, Nelson, B. C.
Charges���Gold, Silver, Copper or Lead
��1.00 each. Gold-Silver ��1.50. 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.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that, on Friday, the, 12th day of October, 1928, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the
afternoon at the Provincial Police Office, Penticton, B.C., I will sell at Public Auction the lands on 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, 1928, and for interest,' costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount
due for the period ended December 31st, 1926, and interest thereon, together with costs of advertising said sale, are.
1 not sooner paid.   . ,
LIST OF PROPERTIES (ALL IN SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT)
Name of Person Assessed
Short Description of Property
Arrears of
all Taxes
Costs and
Interest Expenses
Total
Avilli am .-���ii. wood
l'UYSrCIAN and SURGEON
GiiRi'.N\y.Q.on
PRE-EMPTIONS
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time in the old town tonight" for that
happened every night���and day too for
that matter. Then the Sentinel was
brought to Kamloops which always was
a good town., -.
Sentinel's Vicissitudes
L*r 1866 Michael Hagen sold out to
Hugh McCutcheon, who in 1893 disposed of it to Theodore Davie, the
premier, who purchased it for A purely
political purposes.   Three men, Messrs.
Jones, Spink and "Finbow, worked in
the plant and eventually Mr. Davie sold
to them.   They in turn disposed of the
paper to Senator Bostock, who again
sold it to F. J. Deane, who in turn disposed of it to the speaker.   Dr. Wade
went on to show how the Standard had
been merged with the Sentinel; how a
compositor on the old Inland Sentinel
had started the Telegram which in time
amalgamated with the Standard-Sentinel and how Ralph White had come
from   Summerland   and  merged   the
whole in one undertaking, and that
well, retaining the old Sentinel name.
A Very Old Press     ~
Down in the basement of the old
Sentinel plant, Dr. Wade told his hearers,   there   was    an    old   press.   It
had been brought.into British Colum
bia���then   New    Caledonia���in    1858
and had originally come from France
and was 100 years old on its advent.
It had turned out the Cariboo Sentinel
' at one time although Hagen didn't use
it here.   Originally acquired by: Bishop
Demers, when Dr. Wade received a re-
' quest for it by the Sisters of St. Ann,
Victoria, that he send it there for their
museum, he consented and there it is
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 reula-
tions regarding pre-emptions is-given
in Bulletin No. 1. Land Series. "How
to Pre-empt Land," copies of which
can be obtained free of charge by addressing the Department of Lands,
toria, B. C, or to any Government
Agent.      ' .   .
' Records will be granted covering
only land suitable for agricultural purposes, and which is1 not. timberland,
i.e.r 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 to the Laridv 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 the
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
=acresf=before^a=Grown=Grant-can-be
received.*
For more detailed Information see
the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land."
Crick, James H Lot 79-S	
Similkameen Fruit Land Company LtdXot, 262 except Right of Way of Okanagan Water Power Co	
Similkameen Fruit Land Company Ltd.Lot 263 	
Knapp, C. J. W Lot 268, Parcel "J"	
McKay, Wm. Estate  Lots 268 and 312, Parcels "A" and "C"
Waterlow, G. T. S '..Lot   269,   Part-2.53   acres,   A.   F.  B.
5-399-6552A    '	
Similkameen Fruit Land Company LtdXot 287 	
Similkameen Fruit Land Company LtdXot 288	
Similkameen Fruit Land Company LtdXot 291 	
Dibble, Robert  .' Lot 382, Part 0.79 acres of S. E. Corner,
A.F.B. 2-525-1091A	
Brown, William ........Lot   437-S   except   Plan   B-929   and
D.D. 14108 ../..... '..	
Mair, Hugh Lot 501, Blocks "C" and "D" except
from Block "D" Plan 3 & Plan
R-177   	
Columbia & Western Rly. ,  Lot 501, Block "E", Plan 88 .....*	
Columbia' & Western Rly. ............ .Lot 501, Block "F", Plan 88	
Columbia & Western Rly Lot 501, Block "G", Plan 88 	
McCallum, Donald  Lot 653, Part 1.0 acre, DXV5938D	
Courtney, George L....-..'. ........ .Lot 1457-S	
Pierce, John .'................;........ .Lot 1541 except R-Way K. V. Rly	
Shatford, L. W. and Parkinson, R. H.
"Ih Trust" ........"...;..'...:..... .Lot 1965 	
Kettle Valley Rly. Co Lot 2578, Parcels "H", "K" and "L",
Plan A-164 	
Merry-Brothers Lot  2698,  Sub-Lot  8  except R-Way
Columbia & Western Rly. Co .....
Merry Brothers  Lot  2698,  Sub-Lot 9,  except R-Way
Columbia & Western Rly. Co	
Hicks, M. L Lot 2710, Vz Interest Block "A" Sub-
Lot 49 ..:	
Barcelo, Manuel Estate  Lot 2755 except Lots 3 and 4, Block 5,
Map 1479, and R-Way Okanagan
s        Water Power Company 	
Wilson, Charles H.  .'���:...... .Lot 3098  ���	
Kettle Valley Rly. Co Lot 3638, Sub-Lot 4, Parcel "G", Plan
A-164   	
Johnson & Tuzo Estate Lot 3638, Sub-Lot 4, except Parcel "G",
Plan A-164
$     7.50     $     .83     $13.75     $   22.08
120.00"
120.00
9.00
10.10
10.10
70.14
140.28
70.14
24.35
199.50
13.20
13.20
1.00"
1.10
1.10 -
7.81
15.67.
7.81
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
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13.75
13.75
13.75
4.90       13.75
146.95
146.95
23.75
24.95
24.95
91.70
169.70
91.70
; 43.00
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38.85       13.75 252.10
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25.50
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.58
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18.61
1.99
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34.35
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42.35
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286.10
3.00
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48.75
113.25
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.32    ��� 13.75
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17.07
13.75       - 67.85
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Similkameen Fruit Land Company Ltd.East Half Section 1, Township 52         140.28
Similkameen Fruit Land Company Ltd.East Half Section 11, Township 52 ....        1 An ����
Similkameen Fruit Land Company Lt&Section 12, Township 52 	
Hookham, G. R West Half Section 27, Township 53 ....
Hookham, G. R E. % of N.E. -i4 Section 28, Township 53
SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT 534, MAP 75
9.96
1.14
13.75
24.85
150.00 -
16.50
13.75
180.25
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3.00
.32
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36.40
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140.28
15.65
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15.65
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169.68
280.56
31.29
13.75
325.60
48.00
5.25'
13.75
67.00
12.00
1.30
13.75
27.05
Cox, John S Block 2   35.38
Munro, H. W. ..........Blocks 8 and 9 except R-Way Kettle
Valley Rly	
Cox,. John S. ......................... Block 15 except R-Way K. V. Rly	
SUBDIVISION CF-LOTS 749 AND 174, MAP 300
3.67      12.75
59.00
8.93
6.10
.92
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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 $5 per
acre. Further information regarding
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 purchased or leased, the conditions including payment of stump-
age.   ���
HOMESITE LEASES
Mills
Mills
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.
GRAZING
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 partly : free, permits are available
for settlers, campers and travellers, up
to ten head.
TOWNSITE OF KEREMEOS,
Ezra Ax...."..... .Block 57, Lots 14 to 16, Plan 1603	
Ezra Block 58, Lots 5 to. 9, 12, 13, and 22 to
26, Map 786	
Mills, Bertha ........:................Block 58, Lots 10,11, 20 and,21, Map 786
Keremeos_Land_Co. Ltd  ���Block 59___-1^__a'P 785> unsubdividedbalance
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd. ..' .......Block 68, westerly:330=feet .'���.....;.
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd Block 70, Lots 4 to 13, 15, 17 to 21, 24
to 28 	
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd Block 71, Lots 1 to 14 _.	
Keremeos Fraternal Society ..........Block 71, Lot 24 .'	
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd Block 72, Lots 6 to 26	
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd. ..............Block 73, Lots 4 to 12, 15 to 30	
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd Block 74, Map* 976,* Lots 1 to 4, 26 to
29, "A" and "B" ,	
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd. ..*...'  .Block 75 except R-Way V. V. & E. Rly.
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd Block 76, Lots 1, 2, 4 to 25, 27 to 30 ....
keremeos Land Co. Ltd Block 77, Lots 1 &U5, 19 to 23 	
Jong Chong Jack ...; Block 77, Lot 26 SM- and Lot 27	
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd. .' Block 78, Lots 4 to 15	
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd Blo.ck 79, Lots 2, 4, 20 to 30	
Mills, Ezra Block 79, Lots 13 and 14	
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd,"..............Block 80, Lots 16,17,19 to 25 ? :'..
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd Block 81, Lots 1 to 13, 18 to 30	
Keremeos Land.Co. Ltd  .Block 90, Lots,! to 15 	
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd. . .Block 92	
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39.83
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35.84
68.28
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- 5.69
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56.90
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SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT 862, MAP 2033
Rock Creek Trading Co. Block 3, Lots 8 and 9  53.20      - 6.50      12.75'
ANACONDA  TOWNSITE,  SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTION 32, TP. 70, MAP 24
McDonnell, J. J Block 4, Lot 7  ; < \...
Medill, H. C. ..Block 7, Lots 1 to 6 except R-Way
Columbia & Western Rly 	
McDonnell, J."J.  .Block 9, Lot 2 	
Tanahill, Barbara  .Block 18, Lots 1, 2 and 5 ......A.	
Owens, John T.'..".v........'......'.... .Block 18, Lot 12 .. .*.	
Craigie, Minto ....'.....   .Block 22, Lots 10 to 12	
Owens, John T.  .Block 28, Lots 3 and 4	
Craigie, Minto  Block 28, Lot 7 	
BEAVERDELL TOWNSITE, SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT1545, MAP 94
Block 4, Lots 88 to 90   21.25 2.20
8.12
1.68
.67
.47
2.83
.60
.42
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19.05
39.20
32.62
56.90
24.10
52.50
88.45
41.15
94.75
19.05
19.05
72.45
17.30
60.47
29.95
19.62
17.30
41.44
18.53
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McCallum, L. L.
Hanson, Thomas R.
..Block 4, Lot 92
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S The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. I
of Canada, Limited
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Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores- <
.''.-'.-' '   x     '  . *
of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc ���
"TADANAC"  BRAND.
|t.i>Hl-.Ailil)it"Attt__ttiim*tU
Office, Smelting and Refining* Department
TRAIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA     .
SMELTERS and REFINERS
CASCADE TOWNSITE, SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 268, 269 AND 313; MAP 8;
Hamilton, L; A Block 5, Lot 7
Hamilton, L. A Block 6, Lot 7
Wolverton Estate .
Munro, Catherine .
Graber, Jacob ���
Waterlow, G.T..S.
3.82
4.04
31.09
7.62
6.00
24.24
.40
. .43
5.76
1.93
.65
2.61
Producers,
.Block 9, Lot &	
 Block 10, Lot 4 .......... ....*'.....'	
. I Block 12, West Half of Lot 3	
  .Block 28, Lots 1 to 12	
CARMI TOWNSITE, SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT 2360, MAP 109.
  190.60        38.45
  3.00 .32
  7.50 .85
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27167
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Ferroux, Jean & MX.-..............'... .Block 1, Lots "A" and "B" 	
Ruffner, John ..... ...............Block 1, Lots 1 and 2	
Crawford, Isaac ;-.'.'....Block 3, Lot 15 '.	
V EHOLT TOWNSITE, SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT 1223, MAP 71
  3.04
3.13
10, 12 to 16,
Columbia & Western Rly Block 3, Lots 11 and 12 ....
Columbia & Western Rly Block 4, Lots 2, 5 to 8,11, 12
Columbia & Western Rly Block 6, Lots l, z, a, a,
19 to 22 	
Columbia & Western Rly. Block 7 Lots 1 and 2	
Columbia & Western Rly Block 13 Lots 1 2,11,12,19, 20.      .   ,
Columbia & Western Rly Block 15, Lots 5 to 8, 13 to 18, and 21
to 24   	
Columbia & Western Rly Block 24, Lots 15,17,19, 20 23 24    ...
Columbia & Western Rly '. Block 25, Lots 1,2, 5, 6, 9,10, 13,14,17,
to 20, 23, 24 	
Columbia &'Western Rly Block 26 Lots 1 to 4, 7 to 16, and 19
to  22	
4.07 ���'
3.05
3.13
4.39
3.07
4.37
5.64
.33
.35
.45
.33
.35
.48
.33
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���241.80
16.07
21.10
.48      12.75
,.61      12.75
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17.27
16.13
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1928
PAGE THREE
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Kit "i&*sessed
Short Description of Property _        *������< ^^ Co^and    ^
i /VNSITE, SUBDIVISION OF PART S. W. % SECTION 12 AND N. W. Yi SECTION 1,
. i TOWNSHIP 54, MAP 27
 Block 8, Lot 1 .. ,        .   12.90 4.77       12,75
|ND FORKS TOWNSITE, SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT 700, MAP 38
Gel' Block 6, Lot 4
5.68
.47       12.75
IO FORKS TOWNSITE, SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT 534, MAP 3G
_ sm Block 16, Lots 2 to 14 	
jeafi Block 24, Lots 1 to 6 	
lewfl   Block 28, Lots 4-to 6	
en��...'. Block 30, South Half of Lot 4 ..
Eom Block 30, Lot 5	
sonV. Block- "A"  	
-.atX' Block 38, Lots 1 to 7, Map 108 ..
 Block 8, Lots 1 and 2, Map 1254
 Block 19, Lot 6, Map 1254 	
MAP 1457
.Block 1, Lots 1 to 7 ....'.'	
.Block 2, Lot 3 	
.Block 3, Lots 3 to 17	
.Block 4, Lots 1 to 4, 6 to 8, 11 to 18,
'_      20 to 28  *. '.	
'.Block 5, Lots 1, 2, 4, 5, 9 ....'	
33.14
.31.80
32.91
���18.85
12.65
5.07
32.55
5.68
4.07
5.95
3.84
4.56
7.05
5.58
3.26
3.25
3.14
���6.02
5.00
.53
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'.47
.33
.50
.31
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.60
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ID FORKS TOWNSITE, SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT 382, MAP 156
.Block 8, Lots 1 to 4
.Block 9, Lots 1 to 9 ...
.Block 10, Lots 8 and 9
25.61
160.42
17.04
[������AY  TOWNSITE,   SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT 501, MAP 3
......Block 8, Lots 1 to 11 	
 Block 9, Lots 1 to 14, 16 to 24	
Block 10, Lots 1 to 24 ...."	
[y.'.'., '.Block 11, Lots 3 to 12, 19.to 24	
land  Roberts
Block 11, Lot 18 	
" Block 12- ��� -.
.'.'.'.'.,,'. .Block 13, Lots 1 to 12 	
 Block 14,'LotS'l to 24 	
 Block 15, Lots 1 to 10, 13 to 24	
['_'_'_'_'_'_ '_<'_ ^ Block 16, Lots 1 to 12, 22-to 24*	
|,md  Roberts "   /
 Block 16, Lot 18 ....-	
,*.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. Block 17, Lots 3 and 4 ,	
md   Roberts-Block 18, Lots 1 and 2 	
X'.'..[.., .Block 19, Lots 1 to 14, 17'	
|md  Roberts
Block 19, Lots 15, 16, 23, 24	
.......:'.'. Block 20, Lots 1, 2, 4 to 10, 13 to 22	
(���.nd  Roberts
Block 20, Lots 11 and 12	
, Block 21, Lots 4 to 10, 16 to 24	
!!!!!!!!!!Block ���*������*������ Lots l to 12�� and Lot 13
". -      except East 50 feet	
 Block 24, Lots 1 to 10, 18 to" 21 	
'_'_'_'_'_'_Block 25, Lots 1 to 6, 9 except East
8 feet, and 17 to 24 .A.	
* Block 26, Lots 1 to 12 	
'.'.'.['.'y. [Block 27, Lots 1 to 18, 21 to 24	
".,.... 'Block 28, Lots 1 to, 3	
!!!!!!!!"Block 29, Lot 1 .'. ..-	
.nd   Roberts
 Block 29, Lot 11 *.	
Block 30, Lots 1 to 10, 13 to 24 '..	
_nd  Roberts
 Block 30, Lots 11 and 12	
.......... Block 31, Lots 1 to 10, 16 to 18	
'_[ ['_''_'_'_'_ [Block 32, Lots 1 to 3, 5 to 10, 17 and 18
.......... .Block 32, Lots ll ahd 12 .'-
 Block 33, Lots 1 to 3	
'_.: .��� Block 33, Lots 5, 6, 9 and 10	
....*. Block 34, Lots 2, 3, 6, 9 and 10, Map 88
 Block 35, Lots 15 to 18 -.	
|nd  Roberts
 Block 36r Lots 1, 2, 7, 19 and 20	
 Block 36, Lot 5 	
 Block 37, Lots* 9 to 12	
tad  Roberts
 Block 37, Lots 15 and 16	
 Block 39, Lots 1 to 22	
 Block_42, Lots_l__to_24__.._.	
,*; Block 43, Lots 3 to 14, 17, 18 	
 Block 44, Lots 1 to 4
.Block 44, Lot 5, 6, 8 to 10, f6 to 18
.Block 45, Lots 2 to 4,-9, 10, 21	
lad  Roberts
.-Block 45, Lots 23 and 24	
.Block 46, Lots 13 to 24	
.Block 47, Lots 7 to 10, 13 to 24
.Block 48; Lots 3 to 12, 15, 16 ..
lad  Roberts
lad  Roberts
. Block 48, Lot 20 	
.Block 49, Lots 1 to 20, 23, 24 ..
.Block 50, Lots 1 to 24 	
.Block-51, Lots 1 to 18 	
.Block 56, Lots 1 to 19, 21 to 24
. Block 56, Lot 20 	
.Block 57, Lots 1 to 21, 23, 24 ..
.Block 58,.Lots 3 to 13, 17 to 24
��� Block 59,'Lots 1 to 12, 19 to 24
Irid  Roberts
. Block 59, Lots 15 to 18
.Block 60, Lots 1 to 22
NSITE, SUBDIVISION OF LOT 377, MAP 87
 '. Block 8, Lots 1 to 8 	
|VAY TOWNSITE, SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT
 Block 1, Lots 1, 5 to 9 	
 Block 3, Lots 1 to 12 	
 Block 4, Lots 2 to 4, 9 to 12	
 Block 5," Lots 5 to 7 ���.'.*���	
 Block 6, Lots .1 to 6  T.	
 Block 7, Lots 1 to 4 .-.	
 Block 8  ..'";...;...;	
 Block 11; Lots 1 to 6	
 Block 12, Lots 5 to 8	
 Block 13, Lots 1, 3 to 12	
 Block 15, Lots 5 to 8  ,,
 Block 16, Lots 1 to 6	
 Block 17, Lot's 1 to 4 ..-	
 ��� .Block   19, Lot 3 .A	
 ; .Block 20, Lots 2 to 8 *. ���....'
. A. Block 21, Lots 6, 7, 9 to 12	
 Block 1,; Lots 1 to 4, 6 to 15, 17 to 20,
Map 141 *	
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.Block 2, Lots 1 to 14	
.Block .3, Lots1 to 9, 13, 14
. Block 4, Lots 1 and 2	
.Block 5, Lots 1 to 5 	
.Block 6; Lots 1, 2, 5 to 7 ..
.Block 7  ....Ai..	
.Block 8 X.y...'.	
IX TOWNSITE,  SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT 980, MAP 59
[tern Rly. ��� ^
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1 to 4  3.00 .32
litem Rly.
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/..........Block 12, Lots 1 to 12,19 to 22 ........ 7.20 .80
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30.42
18.90
49.15
47.80
48.80
37.62
30.40
18.35
48.85
18.90
17.15
19.20
16.90
17.67
20.40
18.78
'47.18
236.00
35.55
19.22
26.27
26.84
' 22.15
17.35
18.63
19.80
26.85
25.70
21.55
17.35
16.60
21.55
21.55
24.50
23.90
"-18.63
22.13
20.37
20.98
21.57
19.80
25.65
16.85
16.70
18.00
25.68
18.63
20.40
19.22
21.60
21.57
17.10
16.28
17.10
37.75
16.33
17.10
21.57
25.70-
.26.85.
21.00
24.50
17.45
18.63
21.55
19.80
22.15
19.80
18.00
25.69
26.85
23.33
26.25
24.53
26.25
23.90
23.35
24.50
25.70
18.85
18.63
19.80
18.03
17.62
18.38
18.12
16.60
18.38
18.6b
19.20
18.12
18.38
18.12
16.60
���17.85
19.80
.23.33
5.31
.57
12.75
18.63
20.46
2.19
12.75
35.40
20.72
2.78
12.75
36.25
23.87
3.73
12.75
40.35
5.31
.51
12.75
18.63
11.14
1.20
12.75
25.09
3.57
.40
12.75
16.72
5.31
.57
12.75
18.63
12.75
16.07
12.75
19.42
12.75
23.40
12.75
20.75
Name of Person Assessed
Shoffc Description of Property
Arrears of Costs ahd
all Taxes   Diterest Expenses    Total
PHOENIX TOWNSITE, SUBDIVISION OF PARTS OF LOTS 894, 922, 923 & 589, MAP 60
Gustafson, Mrs. A Block 18, Lot 15  4-2o 45      1275
PHOENIX TOWNSITE, SUBDIVISION OF PARTS OF LOTS 981, 396 & 982, MAP 113
Vancouver,  Victoria  &  Eastern Rly.
& Nav. Co Block "F", Lots 1 to 10  1500
Vancouver,   Victoria  &  Eastern- Rly. .     , fa.
& Nav. Co Block "G", Lots 11 to,25     ''     16.80
DEADWOOD- TOWNSITE, SUBDIVISION OF LOT 620, MAP 73
Adams, J. Edwin Block 12, Lot 13 ......*-. ' 3 00
Belgrove, Mrs Matilda  '...Block 16, Lots 9 and 10 ....'.'.\~.'./... 3^0
SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTIONS 3, 9, 10, 15 AND 16, TOWNSHIP 52, AND PART OF LOTS 555
AND 2755, MAP 1479
Barcelo, Mrs. Lucy ..Block 3, Parts of Lots 15 to 18 and 20,
s 21, 23 lying within the boundaries
of D. L. 113, and the whole of -      '
Lot 19 	
Le Lievre, Mrs. Laura  *.. .Block 6, Lots 2 to 11 ...   .
Barcelo, Mrs. Lucy , Block 11, Lots 1 to 3, 5 to 7, and Part'
of Lot 4 lying within the boundaries of D. L. 113	
17.40
1.65
12.75
29.40
1.85'
12.75
31.40
.32
.32
12.75
12.75
16.07
16.07
114.32
94.72
29.78
13.28
13.75
13.75s
152.10       ,43.53       13.75
556, 113
157.85
121.75
209.38
Similkameen Fruit Land Company, Ltd.
Almond, S. R. ���	
Ferroux, Jean & Michele	
Meggitt, Eva  ���	
Powers, Thomas
Galloway, Elizabeth
Howey, R. W-	
Mair, Hugh	
Bullock-Webster, E	
Sommers, Miss Elinor M.
Tedesco, E	
Shaw, Ben 	
Thompson, J. H.
Rusch, George H ,
Griffith, John P	
Chopp, Joseph	
Medill and Inkster	
Johnson, Alex 	
Terhune, David A. Est.
Lacey, Edward	
McDonald, Jerome	
Wheeler, Owen  	
Thomas, ��� Frank  	
Claughton, R. M	
Munson, J. H. Estate ..,
Harris, James A	
Holstrom, Wilhelm ...,
Fornelli, John, ,
Gidon, Claude	
Kingston, CM	
Gustafson, Axel 	
Schmidt, Herman ..
Surprise, Frank Est.
CROWN GRANTED FARM LANDS
Xot 258   ..'. '	
Lot 363 except R-Way K. V. Rly	
Lot 473-S except R-Way K. V. Rly. ....
Lot 519, Part 10 acres as per D. D.
7421D    '..;	
Lot 519, Part 39.86 acres as per Map
B-894 and C of T 20012F except
R-Ways  ...." '	
Lot 536, Lot 2, Map 179	
Lot 536, Lots 4 and 5, Map 179	
Lot 560, Part lying North and East of
Block "H" and including "A" of
Map 141  	
Lot"561  	
Lpt 730-S   ..'.'
Lot  1138-S,  Part 23.54  acres  as per
Plan B-498	
Lot 1177-S except Plan B-1143	
Lot   1181-S,   Northerly   47.20   chains
(98.3 acres)    :......
Lot 1303-S ....'	
Lot 1338-S '.	
Lot 1469-S  	
Lot 1569-S  . .
Lot 1716-S	
Lot 1815-S	
Lot 1976-S	
Lot 2038	
Lot-2168-S	
Lot  2363-S	
Lot2470-S '
Lot 2710, Sub-Lot 31, Map 1189 ........
Lot 2733 ...-	
Lot 2808-S '	
Lot 2885, Part 88.9 acres as per Plan
B-3081     	
Lot 2941	
LOt 2953-S ~
Lot 3227 .......
Lot 3393 	
S. W. % of Section 31, Township 52
less D. D. 9813	
181.44
22.23
13.75  '
217.42
809.49
195.26
13.75
1018.50
40.00
17.25
13.75
.71.00
51.86
5.00      13.75
70.61
496.59
168.56
13.75
678.90
48.64
4.81
13.75
67.20
90.76
8.99
13.75
113.50
285.26
108.64
13.75
. 407.65
116.00
13.92
13.75
143.67
36.67
3.63
13.75
54.05
6.68
.82'
13.75   ���
21.25
10.00
1.20
<
13.75
24.95
39.00 "
16.15
13.75
68.90
21.12 '
2.13
13.75
37.00
20.70
2.47
.13.75
.   '36.92
10.00
1.20
13.75
24.95
38.80
4.65
13.75
57.20
8.00
.95
13.75
22.70
12.00
2.25
13.75
"28.00
8.00
.95
13.75
- 22.70
12.12
1.45
13.75
27.32
8.00
.95
13.75
22.70
12.00
1.45
13.75
27.20
6.40
.77
13.75
20.92
8.00
.95
. 13.75
22.70
22.00
2.65
, 13.75
38.40
8.00
.95
13.75
22.70
26.10
2.55
13.75
���   42.40
44.28
4.85
13.75
62.88
9.06
1.09
13.75
23.90
21.00
2.50
13.75
37.25
80.50
9.00
13.75
103.25
113.47
13.48      13.75
140.70
SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT 500, MAP 77
Clark, Charles W.  Block 2 North %, Block 3, South % 42.36
Kipping, A ,_. Block 3 North %, Blocks 4 and 6         132.76
Cooper, J.F Block 9 East %, Block 10 South % 50.33
3.36
13.75
59.47
12.07
13.75
158.58
4.62
13.75
68.70
Kipping, A. E.
SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT 535, MAP   110
.Blocks 8 and 9  83.48
SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT 500, MAP   140
Todd, J. A Block 19 East 10 acres, Block 20 West
14 acres          119.68
SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 749 and 174.MAP 300
8.34      13.75
11.85      13.75
105.57
145.28
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd.
.Block 60.. MaD__ 1602__except_Lots^'E!L
and "F"	
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd Block 61 	
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd Blocks 82 and 89	
Barlow, Ben Block 95  '	
Waugh, John Blocks 107 and 108	
Roddick, J. A. Estate Blocks 126C and 126D, Map 1627
SUBDIVISION OF LOT 104-S, MAP 719
Preston, Mrs. T. R '.  .Block 131  	
SUBDIVISION OF LOT 1475, MAP 817
Whiteside, A. L ; ���. .Blocks 1 and 9 *>
Racine, Aurora Blocks 12 and 13 .,	
Frankoyitch, Frank  ,.... Block 14	
SUBDIVISION OF LOT 464, MAP 1415
Keefe, Mrs. Ellen  Block "B"
10.72
5.36
13.40
8.04
10.72
34.84
11.10
83.60
63.18
50.48
79.36
1.31
.64
1.63
.98
1.28
4.26
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
1.33      13.75
7.65
6.25
4.97
13.75
13.75
13.75
9.24      13.75
25.78
19.75
28.78
22.77
25.75
'52.85
26.18
105.00
83.18
69.20
102.35
SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTIONS 3, 9, 10, 15 AND 16, TOWNSHIP 52, AND PART OF LOTS 555, 556, 113
AND 2755, MAP 1479
McLachlan, John   Block 2, Lot 7 .*;	
White, R. A Block 3, Lot 14	
Briggs, A. H Block 9, Lot 3 	
Henton, A. L .Block 9, Lots 7 and 8	
Douglas, J. T :Block 9, Lot 10 .....	
Cunness, Mrs. Eva E /Block 10, Lot 5	
Similkameen Fruit Land Co. Ltd Block 10, Lot 12	
Galloway, S.. A  .Block 13, Lots 10 to 12	
Ring, John J  Block 14, Lot 2	
Wright, F. M. ..A. Block 15, Lot 2 except Plan B-692 ....
Lang, Mrs. Jessie H -.Block 17, Lots 1 and 2 ."	
Lang, W. D ' Block 17, Lot 3	
Bell, S. S  Block 18,Lot7	
Brown, James H Block 19, Lot 10 ........
Brown, Anna Block 19, Lot 11 ........
Lang, W. D ; Block 19, Lots 13 and 14
Patterson, Mrs. W Block 30, Lot 10	
Gimby, Fred L  .Block 35, Lots 1 and 2 ������..
Similkameen Fruit Land Co. ..-.' Block 37, Lot 5.	
SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 100, 42, and 43, MAP 1958
Carless, C. L Block 22	
SUBDIVISION OF LOT 517, CARSON TOWNSITE
McLaren, Donald Block 4, Lot 1	
SUBDIVISION OF PART OF LOT 377, MAP 87
McPhail, A. A Block 4, Lot 7 .. 	
Feroux, Rev. Jean  Lot 2356 ............. 	
SUBDIVISION OF LOT 277, MAP 589
McTavish, Mrs.>M. E Lot.2 .'	
Manery, W. J Lot 5 except R-Way D D. 9550	
McTavish, Mrs. M. E. ..' Lot 8	
Keremeos Land Co..Ltd i.Lot   11..:...... ..:....,...'......
Canada Permanent Trust Co. ........Lot 15	
McTavish, Mrs. M. E. '. .V Lot 22 East Half	
McTavish, Freda Lot 23 ..;..........	
Lawrence, Margaret A Lot 25	
SUBDIVISION OF LOT 656, MAP 648
McTavish, Mrs. Margaret  Lot 2 ',,,.       16.08
28.35
3.47
13.75
45.57
36.86
4.52
13.75
55.13
31.19
3.81
13.75
48.75
62.38 .
7.65
13.75
- 83.78
25.51
3.12
13.75
. 42.38
28.35 -'
3.47
13.75
45.57
28.35
3.47
13.75
45.57
59 52
7.30
13.75
80.57
28.35
3.47
. 13.75
45.57
28.35
-3.47
13.75
��� 45.57
68.04
8.34
13.75
90.13
34.02
4.18
13.75
51.95
LOTS 555 AND 258, MAP 1573
22.68
2.77
13.75
39.20
28.35
3.47
13.75
'45.57
28.35
3.47
13.75
.45.57
93.80
11.48
13.75
119.03
29.45
5.55
13.75
48.75
45.36 -
5.54
13.75
64.65
34.02
4.18
13.75
51.95
58
2.00   ' _
-***-'
.25
13.75
16.00
2.99
.36
13.75
17.10
14.85
1.75
13.75
30.35
7.00   .*���
.85
13.75
21.60
34.84
4.26,
13.75
52.85
38.39
9.91
13.75
62.05
21.44
2.61
13.75
37.80
13.40
1.65
13.75
28.80
67.00
7.85
13.75
88.60
18.76
2.29
13.75
34.80
21.44
2.61
13.75
37.80
26.80
3.27
13.75
43.82
(Continued on���Page 4)
1.97      13.75
31.80 I'
PAGE FOUR
THE GREENWOOD LEDGE
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1928
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1929 RADIO
With Temple Air-Chrome Speaker
T. M. GULLEY
has been appointed distributor for Greenwood
See and hear this wonderful instrument.
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1 Of Local Interest i
a s
' Mrs. L. Portmann returned on Saturday from a trip to Spokane.
Daiice and world dances with you,
mope and you mope alone, on Oct. 5th.
Mass will be celebrated in the
Catholic Church on Sunday, October
7th at 11 o'clock.
George Hallett, of Victoria, is spending a holiday in town with his mother,
Mrs. Ellen Hallett.
James Bush 8 members ��F
his celebrated orchestra
have kindly donated
their   service   for   a
fill 1*6
For the Greenwood & District Hospital
Masonic Hall
i
-
School Supplies
Exercise Books, Pens, Pencils, Etc
Preserving Peaches
Are Now .Arriving
For quality and value order from
GREENWOOD GROCERY
Phone 46
W. H. Bryan will return to Vancouver on Friday morning after a business
trip in Greenwood.
Mrs. H. Mitchell and son and daughter, Lewis and Dorcas, returned on
Saturday from Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Lequime, of Grand
Forks, were the guests of Mr. and MrsT
A. Legault on Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. A. J. Morrison returned last
week from a trip to Vancouver and is
at present in charge of the District
Hospital,
Friday* ��cfekr 5
Supper Provided By
Ladies Hospital Auxiliary
Admission: $1.00 for Everyone
Supper  Included
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Ladies and Gents
Furnishings
Mr. and Mrs. F. Werner, of Colville,
Wash., were the guest of the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Christensen, ori Sunday.
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For PRESERVING
Fruit Jars, Economy, Mason and Schram Tops,
Rubber Rings, Etc.
AH this Season's Stock
TAYLOR & SON
Bush's Orchestra is always generous
with their encores, thcy have shown
their generosity in giving their services
gratis for the Dance on Oct. Sth.
Murdock McLeod, Optometrist, will
be at Goodeve's Drug Store, Greenwood,
on Thursday, Oct. 4th, for the purpose
of testing eyes and fitting glasses.
Mrs. G. A. Bryan left on Wednesday
afternoon via' the Arrow Lakes and
Revelstoke for Duck's, having being
called there owing to the illness of her
mother. Mrs. Bryan has been temporarily in charge of Division III of the
local school and her place has been
taken by Miss E. Knight of Grand
Forks.
Excellent Music Splendid Supper
Good Time
Overalls, Work Shirts,
Boots and Shoes,
Work Socks and Fancy
Dress Socks,
Bath Towels, Pillow_Slips
Bathing Suits
Call and inspect Our Stock
Ellen Trounson's Store
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Cancel all other dates if you must!
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STOCKS BONDS
MINING SNARES
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Have Your Eyes Attended To
Murdock McLeod
Registered Optometrist will be at
���Goodeve's Drug���Store-
Thursday, Oct. 4, 1928
Don't forget the Sale in thc Auxiliary
Hall on Saturday, October 6th, under
the auspices of the Ladies Aid of the
United Church. There will be bargains
in Fancy. Work, finished and unfinished,
nice home knit Wool Socks and Mits,
Home Cooking and Candy, Etc. Afternoon Tea will he served from 3 to 6
p.m. There will be a Fish Pond for
children.
The Catholic Ladies Whist Drive held
in the Parish House on Wednesday
evening, October 3rd, was attended by
35 people and was most enjoyable. The
ladies first prize was won by Mrs. A.
Legault and the gent's by Geo. Bryan,
Jr. Mrs. S. Bombini received the
ladies consolation and Matt Maloney
the gent's. Geo. Bryan, Jr., won the
entrance prize. The next card party
will be held on Nov. 7th.
Charles King
Real Estate & Insurance Agent
announces that -he has completed   arrangements   with   a
First-class Brokerage Firm
to handle all orders for thev
-   purchase and sale of
Government, Municipal, Public
Utility  and  Industrial  Bonds
Stock and Bond buying on the
installment plan is sound and
' thrifty    -
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Purchase.and Sale of
Mining Shares
Prompt and careful attention
given to all enquiries   ���
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To those who contemplate.
, buying
Wedding Presents or Gifts
for their friends
Let us remind you that we can
supply you cheaper than you
can buy from Catalogue
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^ Market
Under New Management
CHOICE LINE OF MEATS
We Solicit Your Patronage
Strictly Cash
JOHN MEYER - - Proprietor
tf..w>.^J.^itiMtt^ua*��it'tm.��*u��*��**-i*L_*___i
 It-is-with-regret_that_we_mention_the.
departure, from Greenwood, of H. W.
Gregory on Tuesday for Alberta. Mr.
Gregory had been General Road Foreman for a number of years' and his
duties expired on September 30th. He
was a very able foreman and the roads
of ; the district were greatly improved
under his guiding hand. In his leaving,
Greenwood has lost a good citizen and
friend, one who was always willing to
help whenever ��� help was needed. He
was a keen sportsman; golfer ahd an
ardent curler and he will be greatly
missed by a large circle of friends who
wish him great success in his new
field of endeavour. Mrs. Gregory will
follow him shortly.
with
LEWIS STONE
Adapted  from  the Liberty Magazine
story by Viola Brothers Shore and
Garet Fort'
Let us have your
Watch and Clock Repairs
We always do a first-class job
A. A. WHITE
Watchmaker  and  Jeweler
F. J. White, Mgr.
Greenwood Theatre
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McMYNN'S STORE, Midway
See our Stock of '
MEN'S WOOLEN & FLANNELL SHIRTS & SOCKS
STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR, MACKINAW COATS, and WOOLEN
PANTS, BELTERS and LEATHER COATS
Let us fill your Radiator with
MAPLE LEAF ANTI - FREEZE
and insure against freezing
We have the CORRECT GRADES of OIL for the COLD WEATHER
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6th
Commencing at ,8:15 p.m.
Adults 50c.      Children 25c
Coming!'        Coming!
Saturday, October 13th
Harold Bell Wright's Best Seller
"The Shepherd of the Hills"
They
saved service
on forty
The Annual Bazaar under the auspices of'the Catholic Ladies, will be
held in the Guess Block, formerly
occupied by the Dodd's Barber Shop,
on Saturday afternoon and evening,
October 20th. There will be Fancy
Work, Home Cooking, and Candy
Booths; also Fish Pond for children.
Afternoon Tea will be served. Grand
Drawing at 5 p.m.
THE PRINCE OF HEADWAITERS
Lewis Stone, Priscilla Bonner, Lilyan,
Tashman, Robert Agnew, Ann Rork, E.
J.* Ratcliffe and others head Sam E.
Rork's cast in "The Prince of Head-
waiters," adapted froin the Liberty Magazine story, will be shown at the
Greenwood Theatre, on Saturday, Oct.
6th.
Guests at the Pacific Hotel during
the week: W. H.,Johnston, Rossland;
Robt. Strachan, Fernie; Walter Keith,
Seattle; G. C. Mackay, Penticton; W.
H. Bryan, N. A Harkness, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy H. Rodgers, W. G. Scott,. A. J.
Bates, J. A. McMaster, C. Roiston, Vancouver; J. Ruddock, A. H. Johnson, J.
Haynes, Sam Cameron, Rock Creek;
Jas. Brodie, Nelson; Josef Husmann,
Midway, Fred Fernstrom, Kettle Valley;
Mr. and Mrs. F. Nichols, E. N. Case,
Wiinnipeg; W. McCrea, New Westminster; Jas. E. Buckley, Edmonton; F. L.
Christian, Wdstbridge; Willis Fells,
San Point, Idaho.
The United Church of Canada
REV. ANDREW WALKER, B.A.
Minister In Charge, Greenwood.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7th
-Beaverdell, 11 a.m._ *
Johnson Creek, 3 p.m.
Greenwood, 7:30 p.m.
telephones
Fire   was   destroying   a
large Vancouver factory. A -
telephone  cable   pole  was
down,  and  40  telephones,
outside the fire  zone  but
fed by. the same cable that
served   the   doomed  area, (i
were   threatened   with   a  -
suspension of service.
Telephone nien took in
the situation at a glance,
and thcy knew just what to
do.' Two of them climbed
a pole, and by cutting the
cable at a point just outside thc fire zone they dis-
vs connected that portion of
the cable that served the
blazing; sector. In this way
service on , 40 telephones,
that otherwise would have
been affected, was saved.
B. C. TELEPHONE CO.
-...-.   SEND  YOUR
BOOTS and SHOES
���     TO    ���;	
Harry Armson, Grand Forks
The 20th Century Shoe Repairer
All work and material guaranteed
We pay postage one way.  Terms cash.
HOSPITAL DANCE FRIDAY
Bring your best girl and her sister to
the Dance on Oct. 5th. There will be
plenty of spare men. -
APPLES, &C. FOR SALE
Apples picked from 50c in your own
box. Falls 25c. Strawberries 10c "a box.
T. A. CLARK, Midway.
Kettle River Assessment District
Name of Person Assessed
(Continued from Page 3)
Short Description of Property
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I
Arrears of Costs and '
all Taxes   Interest Expenses    Total
SUBDIVISION OF LOT 657, MAP 2065
WANTED
Shorthorn Bull, 1 to 3 years old.
J. CHRISTIAN,
Westbridge.
FOR SALE
Purebred Berkshire pigs, 8 weeks
old, $6.00 each.   Apply to
J. CHRISTIAN,
Westbridge.
McTavish, Mrs. Margaret  ...* Lot 1 	
Clifton, Ivan L ���'��� ��� ��� ��� ��� -Lots 2 and 3 	
McTavish, Mrs. Margaret z Lot 4	
McTavish, Mrs. Margaret  Lot 5  	
McTavish, Mrs. Margaret  Lot 6  	
McTavish, Mrs. Margaret ...- Lot 7  	
McTavish, Mrs. Margaret  Lot 8  	
Keremeos Land Co. Ltd Lot 4, Map 589	
TIMBER   LAND
12.06
1.48
13.75
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Dated at Penticton, B. 0., this 15th day of September, 1928.
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W. R. DEWDNEY,     -
Provincial Collector.

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