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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 4, 1911

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 THE  BIG  STORE  ��� ���'WM'^:  ���   - fm-t'%-- ���---  Sp|Y:;Y  a ������������  --fc?Y';  '��� 1p��  .-  H$pY-:  - B&3$iwr->  e     ���'    :  ���  fH"-��i!"i.5,i,.- ���;  JS9&' !* ->���<-. -,'.-������'��� -  ��� r.  HHt-w.^fij'i' :.-'i  ���iiYYY  Sfe:  New  Goods  Arriving  Daily  B.C. Mining  *?��*.*���  #Y  Complete New Assortment of Up-lo-Dale  COSTUME CLOTHS, in . the popular  New Shades���  BROAD CLOTHS,  VICUNAS/DIAGONALS  AND TWEEDS.  FURS  Muffs, Stoles and Caperines;  all kinds t of Winter Goods  for Children, such as Bear  Skin Coats, Muffs, etc.  n  SWEATERS  Attractive and up-to-date line of Ladies' and  Children's Sweaters. inspection Invited.  LADIES' COSTUMES  We are now prepared to take orders for Ladies' Costumes, niadc expressly for you from the finest imported fabrics���cut to your measure and tailored in  one of the best mantel houses in Canada, and we can  guarantee the most positive satisfaction-with every  order. Come early and Inspect our Samples.  Morrin, Thompson & Go,  =>,  Try on a Pair  -5H0J  kisOT  of our new early Fall  model walking- shoes.  If you don't declare  them the smartest, nattiest, most comfortable  shoes you ever wore  we are vastly mistaken.  Fashionable Footwear  can always be seen here first. Step in and see all the  newest, prettiest, and most up-to-date footwear.  Always a pleasure to show our goods. e  The Portland Canal company purpose sending- out another larg-e consignment of concentrates to the  Tacoma smelter before the end of  the month.  President LutheV, of the Granby  company, says that at the present  market for copper, the company  when operating again should be able  to make approximately $50,000 net  per month.  Dr. E. Grobe of Ymir has taken  it lease and bond on the Nevada  property on Porcupine creek, owned  by the Royal Bank of Canada. Me  litis had men at work for some time  and has struck a body of galena ore  that will average $50 lo the ton.  Thirty-six men are on the payroll  of the Hen Bolt mine, near Stewart.  Sinking and drifting- is in progress.  Application for a wagon road'is'to  be made to facilitate the shipping in  of machinery. Ne.\t spring Sir D.  Mann has in view the erection of it  concentrating plant.  Pive mining engineers have recently visited Stewart, nnd "indicates'the amount'..'of attention that  that district is receiving. Both  Portland Canal and Red ClilV are on  the shipping list, and others will  soon follow. The annual report is  to be issued shortly.  The banner year for production  from the Slocnu Star mine, in the  Slocan district, was 1896, when  shipments of crude ore totaled 3451'  tons, yielding $310,086; and 3690  tons of concentrates, containing  $335,927. In the last year of the  mine's operations, 1905, 3455 tons  of zinc concentrates .were shipped.  Their gross value was $154,060 and  the net $45,170.  The Payne mine, which holds the  Canadian record among silver-lead  mines for production and dividends,  has just been bonded by a Spokane  syndicate which has undertaken to  expend $100,000 on deep development. This departure has given  new life to the mining industry in  the Slocan district and made business in all the towns of that section  better than it has been for many  years.  The British Columbia Copper  Co. has recently added 100,000 tons  to its ore. reserves through pillar  mining-. To achieve this result  2060 holes were drilled and 1100  charges of dynamite used. All the  charges were fired simultaneously.  Owing to the settlement of the coal  strike in the Crow's Nest Pass, the  company will greatly reduce its cost  of operation as it will secure fuel in  its own district at a saving of three  dollars per ton over the price paid  for Pennsylvania coke.  The Slocan Star, which has been  idle for ten years, due to litigation,  has been reorganised, and the  Slocan Star Mines, limited, has  been incorporated to take over the  management   of   both    the  Slocan  Inspection of Dairies  Dr.'illsley, Provincial Inspector of  Dairies','is now in Phoenix on his  round of inspection of the dairies  and sources of. Phoenix's milk supply. The doctor, who has just  finished his examination of Greenwoods' bovine*, has also completed  a rigid examination of J. II auoam's  cattle, the result being eminently  satisfactory, not a .single trace of  the dreaded .-', tuberculosis being  found in any >of them. This is a  matter upon *which Phoenix can  certainly congtittttlate itself, it being  a matter of no^sniall concern for us  to know that our source of milk  supply is free from the bacteria of  the white plague. All the tests  were obtained, after injections of  tuberculin had been applied to each  of the animals.- It is the doctor's  intention to apply this test to every  cow in the camp, where it can be  proved that the' milk is offered.for  sale. The doctor's labors'in Greenwood resulted.'in the discovery of  three cows infected, which he  ordered promptly killed.  Passing ;of A Pioneer  Tom Kermeeh, an old timer and  prospector, was found dead in bed  in his cabin, near Eholt, on Saturday. The discovery was made by  his nephew, jYj. Clucas. At first  the cause of death was attributed to  heart failure, but J. Stanfield of the  Provincial' Police, who had been  summoned, maile an examination  and discovered whut looks like a  small bullet bole over the right ear.  The suspicion that he had ended his  life seems plausible, in view of the  fact that a twenty-two calibre ride,  with an exploded cartridge in the  breech, was lying on the table in  tbe room. The inquest took place  on Friday. The deceased man was  a partner of Andy Hamilton, of  Phoenix, and owned an interest in  several promising claims - in the  Boundary district. He was a native of the Isle of Man.  TEMPORARY CLOSING  OF RAWHIDE MINES  Don't  ,\e  v.  >rt  ne  C.  4D  vJT  C.  or "pass-up" an opportunity to  buy such stylish fall furnishings  as we oiler you right now. Our  fashionable showing o(  Men's Furnishings  should interest every man who  wishes- to dress well. We have  New Shirts, Neckwear, Gloves,  and medium-weight Underwear,  marked at prices that will please.  ul <].-  THE PHOENIX  DAIRY  ���\V. A. MoKAY fc .SONS, Pitoj-s.  Hullo ! l>itl you try n pint of our milk ? You did I Well,  you will'readily admit that il cannot l��i> exoollrd anywhere foi- lMchnosK, quality tuul purity. What's your  M'honc number?   F 32. We deliver milk daily.*  n~8"  and Rabbit Paw mines. The Slocan  Star will be the fifth important mine  in the Slocan district to inaugurate  deep development. The leaders in  this movement were the Standard,  Rambler-Cariboo anil Lucky Jim,  in all of which it has recently been  proved that the rich ore shoots persist to great depths.  On the top ol" the recent discoveries of mineral along the north  shores of Shuswap Lake, comes the,  news of exceptional!}* rich ore in the  vicinity of White Lake, a few miles  from Notch Hill, says the Knmloops  Standard. The ore contains gold,  silver and copper, and extensive*  prospecting show that the ledge is  of considerable area. Claims have  been staked by Notch Hill parties,  and it is expected that work will be  carried on during the coming winter.  The property is within easy access  of both Shuswap Lake and the  C.P.R., which will materially reduce the cost of transportation to  the nearest smelter.  Electric Power For C.P.R.  It is stated that the Canadian  Pacific Railway have secured a  valuable water power in British  Columbia, which it will utilize in the  future for transportation purposes.  The water-power secured is on the  Adams river, which flows out of  Adams Lake into the South Thompson River,near the west end of Ihe  Shuswap Lake. Experts have reported that it is capable of developing 100,000 horse power at two  points between Adams Lake and its  confluence with the South Thompson. The Canadian Pacific Railway, il is stated, has in view the  generation of power for the electrification of a portion of its lines  >throu��h the mountains. This step  will not be taken for some years yet,  of course, but the company has  secured the power with an eye to  the future.  O. E. LeRoy Returns To Ottawa  O. E. LeRoy, of the Dominion  Geological-StiYvey has returned to  Ottawa, having concluded his field  work for the season. Possibly with  the exception of Dawson and Sel-  wyn, few men have succeeded in  accomplishing so much for the mining profession in B. C., as has this  gentleman. His energetic zeal and  indefatigable labors here and elsewhere are certainly appreciated by  the mining fraternity, and the department will be well advised if they  keep him permanently in the British  Columbia field. If perchance lie  has been asked for advice that advice has been cheerfully and con-  scienciously furnished, with the result, when put to practical test, of  reviving the hopes of many a discouraged mineowner and almost  down-and-out prospector.  Will Resume When a   Steady  Supply of Crow's Nest Coke  Is Assured.  The li. C. Copper Company have  decided to temporarily close down  the Rawhide mine, one of its Phoenix properties, The action of the  company is unavoidable, the reason  given out being to the effect that  owing to the early opening- of tho  Crow's Nest coal mines the company  is averse to contracting for further  supplies of Pennsylvania coke.  They have on hand about 8000 tons  of eastern coke, with which they  will endeavor to keep part of their  Greenwood smelter furnaces going  until the coke from the local source  of supply commences to arrive. To  accomplish this object the company  will confine the work of its smelters  to the treatment of the ores from  the big Mother Lode mine in Dead-  wood, the products of the Jack Pot  and possibly custom ores. Tlie .lata  coal strike has proved a severe  strain on this company, chiefly owing to the incre-tsed cost of the imported Pennsylvania coke, - combined with the present low price of  the red metal, but with the prospect  of early supplies from the Crow's  Nest and the consequent saving  of thousands of dollars by the use of  local coke, the future of the company looks good and a very early  resumption of work on its Rawhide  property is certain. It is further  stated that if by any possible chance  the supply of coke from the Crow's  Nest mines were delayed ihe company will nor hesitate to continue  its former contracts for supplies of  eastern coke. The dale for the  shut down will probably be today.  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot.      v   v      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  Winter Wearables  is the problem before the men of PHOENIX these cool evenings.  Give me a call and let me help to solve it.  Overcoats and Suits���  ��� 1 carry in  stock   the  best and   most  up-to-date  made in Canada���the C. N. & It. Brand.  line of Clothing  Sweater Coats���  All sizes in a great variety ol" colors. See tbe hand-knit line,  made from imported yarn, and knit in British Columbia. The  best coat on the market.  Sweaters, $1 .OO up;  Sweater Coats from $1.50  Underwear-  winter weights, all wool.    All the best brands���Pot-man's, I lew-  son's, Watson's, "Wolsey, etc.    All sizes from $1 .OO per garment  THOS*   BrOWIl Men's Wear Exclusively  Home-Loving People!  Sale of-Rugs and Carpets���Why most helpful?: - Becau-e  this great sale reveals our largest collection of Rugs and  Carpets ; and prices are the lowest we've ever quoted for a  Fall sale.- Home-loving people who have looked elsewhere came here to buy ! They're enthusiastic oyer the  thorough completeness, the reliable qualities and genuine  economies disclosed in this once-a-year affair ! Settle the  Rug and Carpet question-here tomorrow���in a pleasing  economic wav.     . '-   .  Road Work Ceases For Season  Jos.   Darragh,    foreman   of   the  government road gang, which has  done such excellent work in this  district, reports that the road work  in this. section is now finished for  this season. Word was received  this week from J. E. Spraggett,  sttperinfendent, of Grand Forks, to  lay off all the men engaged. The  provincial Department of Works is  to be congratulated on its interest  in the roads of this riding, and it  is the earnest hope of the people  hereabouts that that interest will  not cease until the projected new  highway from Phoenix to Grand  Forks is an accomplished fact.  The   Kokanee  trout in  Christina  ike   arc* unusually   plentiful   this  "year,   several   lots'3* having  arrived    .-,      this week for the hotels of the camp. I marriage sonic t ouuis -ago,,  1 S-'-w-vSJ-  Granby Hotel Reopened  The Granby Hotel, which recently  underwent a thorough overhauling,  having been painted and cleaned  from top to bottom, is now thrown  open tor occupation. Among the  many improvements instituted by  the manager, R. Fuller, is that of  the heating arrangement, which i.-,  now of the best, and places the  hotel in the comfortable class.  There can be little doubt but that  the old place will once more be the  home of many during the coming  winter.  Chicken thieves have again made  their unwelcome presence felt in  Phoenix, with the result that several  of our residents are bewailing the  loss of their feathered slock. Apparently they intend to reside here  until Christina* for in the course of  their operations at one residence  they took away thirty samples of  line spring chii Ken  W. S. Roth.' -II, ��� -irveyor for the  Mainland Fire 'ink- writer's Association of British Columbia, is a guest  at. the Brooklvn. Mr. Roth well is  at present exi'm'niug the fire risks,  lire equipmeiM.' '*'-'���. ��r Greenwood  and Phoenix. < >ocn'\x never .haying been survi->--d in this-j-especr  for some jsear ���-, i    .--' '���'�� ' '"  Dr. and .Mrs. '-McLean drove up  from Green wood'''1 Thursday, *Jiis  being  their   first ''isit  since   their  Pythian Sisters' Social  The   Pythian   Sisters   the   Indies'  auxiliary of the Knights of Pythias,  provided another of their highly successful  entertainments  on Tuesday-  last (Halloween).     Invitations to an  "At Home," to   the number   of one  hundred, were sent  out and generally accepted.      The hall was tastefully   decorated     and     lighted,   the  sculptured   heads   of   four   eminent  K. P.'s,   the  work of  local   artists,  being greatly admired and finding a  prominent   place in   the   decorative  scheme.       Progressive   whist   commenced the programme.   Wm. I'ren-  dergast  capturing   the  gentleman's  first  prize.     The   remainder of the  prizes   proved  a family affair. Miss  Mabel McKeown securing the ladies'  first,     Mrs.   McKeown    the   ladies'  consolation, while   the   genial   head  of the family walked   away with the  gentleman's consolation prize.     Refreshments were   then   served, after  which  the- floor   was cleared   for a  dance.     During   an   interval   in the  dancing,     Mr.    and   Mrs.    Charles  Knight rendered   a humorous duet,  which was followed as an encore by  another   equally   as humorous.      It  was   well   on   to   the   time   for the  comet   to   appear   when   the   plaintive strains   of Home Sweet Home,  played      by      Professor      Werner,  brought to  a   close one of the most  enjoyable   socials   ever  held in   the  citv.  C. F. Edwards,  Furniture-Dealer,  and  Undertaker  Butter,  5>j CLvA  "EMPRESS" CREAMERY, fresh made, 4-Oc. per pound;  2 pounds for 75c.  "CASCADE" CREAMERS", Extra Special, 4-Sc. per lb.  CHOICE FRESH EGGS, 40c. per doz.  SUGAR-CUR ED HAMS, 25.C per lb.  BREAKFAST BACON, 27C. per lb.  KIPPERED HERRING, 20c. per lb.  FINNAN HADDIE, 20C. per lb.  P. BURNS & CO., LTD.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.        PHONE 2  New  Partnership  Gordon Thompson and Laurence  McElroy have entered into a business partnership, and have also taken  over the teaming and other interests j  of C. A. Ross. The partnership has  become imperative as owing to hi^  increasing business in olbcr parts o(  the Boundary, Mr. McElroy has  found it difficult to attend to his  affairs in Phoenix. They havo now  entered into a contract for hauling  ore from Deadwood to the l>. C.  Copper company' smeller in Greenwood. Gordon Thompson will manage the Phoenix end of the business.  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following arc the returns of the  output of the mines and smeller.-, of  the Boundary district for the week  ending Nov. 4, and year lo date:  Granby      585,672  Mother Lode   t>,578    -i55.1 15  Jack Pot W      25.551  Rawhide    4.054     171,497  Athelstan       M0        6,485  Others    1.H5        S.8I I  SMELTER  iONNACKS  Granbv \         577.791  B. C. Copper Coiv- ' i. I <->2   511,75S  QUEEN'S  HOTEL  R.  V. CHISHOLM, Prop.  DANNY DEANE, Manager.  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in Ihe city,  heated  by steam,   and  well  furnished  thoughout  * for Ihe accommodation of the public.     Even-thing  Neat,   Clean  and  Up-to-Date.      Meals  served  at  all hours.  Bar Stocked with Choicest Liquors and Cigars  CENTRALLY   LOCATED  ON  CORNER  BRIDGE   AND   KNOB   HILL   AVENUE  Steam  Heated, Electric  Lighting.  Telephone 48 and 26  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healtliy ami vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  Separated Cream insures piiritv ami  Tlie Dairy produces both.  1  manner.  quality.  **- B.CfiCopptv Treatment  l'he- B-C Columbia company's  shelter treated 11,017 ton.~ of ore  ^'/j-veekvas follows: Mother Lode,  ?������; Rawhide, 5,556; UVHi^ton,  493; Athelstan, 200; others, k-i2.  J. W. Han nam, Prop.  Royal  FINEST GRAD1'  CIGARS  IN  THE  BOUNDARY  Billiard  AGENTS   FOR   THE   CELEBRATED  HAZELWOOD   ICE  CREAM  AND SOFT DRINKS  s  Gos&rove S&  McAstocker, Props.  ) fa  THE PIONEER, PHOENIX  ���jggLS  "iiiJtai7ffhiTi   v  ..,��� ^^.r.. ���..,: V1..  *M>**MaM**msm**mmam+*m>  BASEBALL_S1GNS.  Their   Importance    l��    Much   Greater  Than Their Number.  Among tbo players we do not use the  word "signal." With us it Is a ��� slgu "  ���I'ueie tueiiot oh many "signs" used on  u bull club as tlie public would bolle\(��.  Of eowsotlic catcher must ���'sign" tho  pitcher for every ball tlmt ho throws  That Is to prevent confusion or, as wo  say, to keep from "dossing eaeu  other." Ihe catcher tins n sign for a  curve ball, a fast l-nll and n slow one.  *ro*ball players nil curve balls, such  as the drop and the outcurve, tiro called* "a curio" The catcher gives the  same sign for any oue of them We  ,do not cnll a ball tbat jumps "In" a  curve. Bull players do not recognize,  the incline. That Is called a fast ball  Any ball tlirown by a light bunded  ���litelier with suBlelent a-ieed will Jump  Inward to a blight degree llio oul-  'cum* nnd drop are unnatu*-ul curve1*,  und the ball must be spuu bi an unnatural manner to get that peculiar  "Ureal:."  The only other "sign" of Importance  is the one the batter gives ro tlio run-  ucr when ho Intends to lilt *he ball. ID  be wants tbe runner to stmt its liq  swings (tlie hit and run p'nyi be gives-  him a certain slgu There aro nuw  Dumber of signs used for this play.  Sometimes the butter glu-s It by rub-  bine his liund o*cr tlio small end oil  tho bat. Again, lie rnnv givo It by  Ltioi'Mog tlio dust from bis shoes vritU  tbe big eiitl of tlie bnt-Joliu J. Alc-  iiraw Iu Metiupolltnn Magazine.  SALE OF LANDS FOR DELINQUENT TAXES  IN THE ROSSLAND ASSESSMENT DISTINCT, PROVINCE. OP BRITISH COLUMBIA  Nunie of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  Lots  Illk  c  a  3  o %  2��  3 3  OH  Mh  �������� U  "?18  o 13 "v  3  t  V  *3 *S o-  2 o K  MOW  ���3  *5  h  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Thursday, tho ifith d.iy of November, A. D. ion, at (he hour often o'clock in the  forenoon, nt the Comt House, in Ihe City of Rossland, I shall-sell nt public miction,'tin: lands hereinafter set out ot the persons  in mi id list hereinafter.. Net out,'for the delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons, on the 31st day pf December, 191c, and for  interest,-costs, nnd expenses, including (he cost of advertising said sale, if the toial amount due is not sooner paid.  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  Name of Person Assessed  I  SI101I Description of Prnpeily  < 0  ���o 3  0.2  ����� rf  .. **  Ij o  cj V  r-.r "  t-   S "���>  O   ��� 1/1  - ~ a.  rf  ,0  X  wuw  iS  Boundary Falls, Chrlstenscn's addition, Map 155, being a i-ub-dlvlsloii of part lot 931, 0. I, (0), Similkameen district  Chrisleusen, Mark '.    I '. /  A        ��       110        $     ���!()        $      1(1 Si 00      $   2 W  Kennedy, W.   K    2  A  Christeiisen, Mark     3, 4 and 5  A  Cross, James    ���_' ;  j"  Siddnll, S.  K h>7.    :t  ||  Clii-istciihi'ii, Maik     4  li  Chiistensen, Murk    lo  It  Chi intense!), Mark      I lo 7  D    J        II  HO  ���10  70  so  no  no  in  -it)  92  :is  l!l  58  ���1.3  ���III  37  1(1  47  48  17  II'!  1(1  1(1  71  Si 00  i 00  1 0U  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00-  1 00  ���I 71)  a is  1 01  2 61  2 62  25 48  Cuscnde townsite, Mup 8, being 11 sub-division ol parts ol lots 208, 200 and 313, 0. I, (0), Similkameen dlutrlct  Hanson, Eiic    Miller, J. A   Miller, J. M   Pierce, U*. E   I'rye, J. S., Estate   Eail and Slntu*>s .,..'.,,,,  III..  McKen/.ie, Mrs.   J, T  5 and II.  MeKeu/ie,   J.   T  |���.  MoGilli'-ray and Homer ,  lo.,  Sliiclcland, W.  R  N.  lo -I.  I?.  <A -'   iV. (17 li. 5 and (i  M.  Carden,' Ellen B.  Temple, Mrs. A.  Miller, Matthew   McAdam, I   VViitson, Charles VV... .'.   McRae Copper  Company..  Adiliiigton, Hon.   H. II   Oliver,   VV   Christonscn, Mark   Lane, C. E. et al.  LANDS IN SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION OP VALE DISTRICT-  IS ifi .(O  5 IO  80  90 OO '  90 OO  "15 OO  part lot 312, O. 1 (0)50x100   part lot jig, G,  1 (O)   part lot 535. O.   1  (O)   part lot 536, G.   1  (O)   lot 603,  G.  1 (O) ,   pari lot 620, G.   1 (O)   part lot 653, G.   1 (Ol   part lot 690, G.   1 (O),..1.   ,.|part lot oji, G.   1  (O)   part lot 970, G.   1  (O)   Johnson, Oie part 101970, G.   1  (O)  <���'���.  l*r  "^V���  <  'J  \ **  lit  '          **L  ML  ,��J>  ' f >'"  "  &*  1\S  J.\  ���'%  -fr  .  ���  ""  V  \  A  , V  \> J-flt  Acii*,  Tho V/ondcrs of Rod Tape.  'flu- -.tait of 0fl1u.1l stupidili bourn  with .-'I tnpe ljjii'S fjoni L'raiici1. A  isr.nu - l>d) hiul a row flitli hi" rnafc  t'r 111.' luili't'.d liunsclf on n tree on  th" luil-wi) iwiu mkment nenr Audcu  <-ouit Tin Itn'tl ofliual of ncitr-,  huvii p bee 1 informed oi tin? net, Heist  in lui��t<* lo I'lf plncf and was just  nl-ou* to cut i'o.wi Ujc bti> when it  occuncl to bun that jjt ilinp- the tree  \\n�� not \'i lu- bntliiMcK. He nccord-  mgK then vent foi h'i collp.it'iie of  'I oismIIo- vith tiliom lie had a lout;  ai.J lu it. (I uaumtiit on Uk-- -.pot of  tno fturid" Map1- ha\ing be< 11 dul>  c utsul ttl, it tt.is derided that the lien  < crciv 1 eithu in lJprtry not Troisullcs  but in Vttdi nruurt L'lte iimltr-r liav-  <ng din ul\ been rtil'dl to tlie uttru-  Lou uf thin official without renult, an  upi eul w is made to tho central auth-  onty jt C.iudry.   -V detachment of sol-  *"dier% wilt iceordingly sent from this  place-, which ��ul down the body By  this* tunc it was twenly-iive hours  sine? Iho lid lind hanged himself ancl(  of courao ho was dead, but tins seemt'  by no menus ceitain to have been  fhe condition when the first officer  reached the plare.  A Comforting Bridegroom.  Louis Aga��siz, the naturalist, spent  the evening of the day he was married  'in his laboratory ns usual He retired  after his newly-found -wife was in  tlie realm of dreums, bringing to lm  bedroom two very cho'ce specimens of  the bnake family which lie hud been  studying and w t�� still engrossed in  Forced to part with them fot the  night, he looked about for a suitable  place- to lea*,c them and finally laid  hold of his wife's stocking ai n con-  \emont receptacle  The next morning when Mr*   Agas-  ma rose she en*>d    "Louis, there's a  .bnake in mj  stocking'   What shall I  do'"'   -  "A snake1'  jelled Agassis, now ful-  ,ly aroused ' One snake. Hea\ens,  where's thp other one? I put two in  there "  '..lured, Joseph,,  fohuson anil Anderson....  Sears, J. I), and C. F   Moriison,  Mrs. Jennie....,  Anderson,,I ohn   \Ii Neicc Alex :..  pari lot 1012,  G. 1 (O)....  pait lot 119O, t'.. 1  (O)...,  part lot m8o, G. i (O)....  (part lot 1699,  G. 1  (O) |      ij.3^  (lot   2910, 'G. 1  (O).  10.00  1 -(i.tio  -��>-!���  3.'o.  3.  1.  .1*0.  9J-  1.  .05.  166.  3.I.00  178.  60  80 00  (')  OO  60  7 20  6 00  7 20  7 20  3 90  3 00  35  1  Sj  6S5  .16  W. pan ofVV. |iar't lot  125S '      74.6  SUB-DIVISION OF PART OF LOTS 152, 153 AND IH GROUP 1 (0)   ]loi 10, block 2  I      10.       I �� 7 20   I  SUB-DIVISION OF PART OF LOT E34, 0. I, (0), MAP'75   jblock 2  I t.        IS 3 60  l'loyart; j. L..'. '. V: |lol   15  I        '��� ,     I 9��  SUB-DIVISION OF PART OF LOT 700. 0. 1 '(0), MAP 38  $8 ,V  56'  ����� T  4 7-'  ��  03  .) 20  ���t'  03  7'  63  3'  37  "17  ��5  '5  5i2  OO  2   OO  J to  2   OO  2   OO  1 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  S.tf 7��  '3 3(1  <)<>   7J  <�����'��� 7J  17 78  J 38  -��� "3  tid   20  10   ii  ��   6l  9  .'6 I  10 67  8 3'  9 57  Sinjr Sum..  D'Air'', James   Honymati,  ICIi/a   Thomas, Mrs. C'.'ll  Ciimhe.ilaud, John...  Smith, James  I'   Gilpin, K.   I'   \\'ileo��c, \V. II   lliuil, II.  I   S   !l   II   !)   II anil   I   II and   I-.'...  II   -I and ~t   I  ���I  o  7  S  111  II  1'J  IU  l.r>  1.1  l.-i  IS  IS  II'  ���_M  '-'I  :i*!  :i;t  I  ���1 tw  f> -ID  I  K(l  ;i (xi  1 - -JO  S 7U  :i 7.1  ".' L.'.")  :i ���.'.'>  ���_' ia  mi  no  20  110  7,1  1.1  L'D  s  ���M  1? 1  �����:l  /',  Cur.ion toun.slie, Mup 39, belnu 11 aub.division of purt lot 317, 6.  Mckaivn, John   |   I and o  |     I/*   |    S        (SO   |  .<!roo  1 00  1 HO  1 IK.)  1 00  I 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I  00  1 00  I (X)  I 00  1 00  1 w  1 (HI  I (10  , (0), Slnillkomccn dlntrfcl  s    tw  I   S    (V.   I     $1 00  VJ  ���JCi  fill  7'.'  ���Iii  1(1  1(1  1.1  (IS  10  oi  i-i  Hi  Mill  7t��  ���l'.'  ,0K  01  00  ���(��  0.1  01  II  01  ao  0:1  07  Clifl.stlnti Tounslte, Map 00, being 11 .\ub.Ulvl.<tlon of purt lot ill 7, (I. I, (O), tjlmllkameen district  11  6  5  Hussev E...  l'loyart, J. L.  I  $    37    I S2 00   I ? 9 57  04  .fl 00  I   OO  4  78  1  94  Manly, L.   A   U.irnes, II.  I)   M.mlv.  L. A   Manly, L.  A....:,:..'. '..  Manlv, L. A   Manly,  L. A ,..-. .'..'.  Manly, L. A   Manly,  L. A   Manly, L. A .'..'...  Manly,  L.  A.....'   Kirchncr,   Ella *,..,  Kleman, Andrew   Horner, Samuel .".   IVcniblay,   Jos   Gilmour, John/...:   Webb, A. C....-..'.."....'..'."...  Mclntyre,'Murdock   lol.s 3 and 4, block 3   lot 2, block 4   lot 3, block 4   lots 2 and 3,  block 7   lots 1 nnd 2,  block 8   lot*. 1 and 2, block 9   lots 1 and 2, block 10....  lots 3 and 4, bloqk 14....  lots 3 and 4, block 15....  lots 3 and 4, block 16....  lots 2, 3 and 4, block 21.  block 37 '-���   sub-lot iA of lot 2700...  pail lot 2701 .....  sub-lot 4 of lot 2701   sub-lot 11 of lot 270}   sub-lot u of lot 2701   is 3 60  1 20  '   1  So  3 Co  3 60  '  ,   z  70  2 70  3 60  S.S5 _  2 70  2 70  1 80  4 80  i6o.-4S  - 33<5'5    '  ' 156". 21  224.96 '  5'-65  ?20  OO  6 00  8 00  1 9 00  1 80  S   39  $1   OO  09  1 00  '9  I   OO  39  1   OO  39  I   OO  29  1   OO  29  1   OO  ,39  . 1   OO   -  29  1   OO  29  I   OO  *  09  i 00 '  1,  25  2   OO' ,  $ 4  99  2  29  2  99  4  99  4  99  3  99  3  99  4  99  3  99  3  <59  2  89  *. '7  05  5  Si 05    1  ,  3'  3*  ,   -13  47  -'09  ��2   OO  2   OO  2   OO .  2   OO  2   OO '  S23 0-5  8-31  ����,75  ���' 47  ^ K9  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  Lots  Blk.  C* J)  c o  ���.= s.  Qtr-  0 J5  1 A  tnh  a  o  X73  -r  o rt ��  mua  o  f-  ^ '  V v  f  4  I-"1"   ���"*���  Ki"  t  "���       Professor's Belief In Miracles.  '''     Srt 'Oliver Lodge, in a striking ad-  'dress on Christian revelation from  a  < scientific point of view,  at the National Free Church Council at Portsmouth,   sa.d  miraelea  were  no  more  "'* impossible, no more lawless than the  ,   interference of a human being would  ' atem to a colony of bees    Sir Oliver  f, was put into business at the nge of  j fourteen.   He was however, rernark-  , Tably keen on science, and though ac-  )"quiring any knowledge meant, to use  \a   schoolboy   phrase,   swatting' very  ^.hard, he used up every spare moment,  ^Ji". could at his beloved studies     He  ,<*>lia3   been   principal    of   Birmingham  'University since 1900.   He is a nature  ?'>of,J>enkhull, Staffordshire.  .�����/��� "-  .  J^-i  No Quarter Granted...,.  i&l^hisYstoryY^w-liiclr'ia ;told '.of a Seot-  l^ishY'higlilaudei-Ywho: ;servtid -in .the  |p35r^c]iciwar,Y:'i!lustratesY;either the  <^lpb^thirstiiiess.Yor the; unique idea?  ���fl-b'tevhunior '61 the' Scotchman; Y  <3|p^Ehis:Y;liiglilarider;, had Yoyertaken h  Iffl'^eihg'-i^eiichmah^ to  !^stTike,:.himY'lown.'''wben;~:fsllin'gYon his  ��icri'eeg,'-:the ; Frenchman Vcried:���'������'-  -^^Qflartc-.-'!;. Quai ie.r i"YYY;Y Y:;, Y  ^j|^"l*^l?hb'^^lla';!time;;t6  quarter ye,"  #tlioi:Sebt;;niis\vered;--"I'lL jiisi cut ye  ^;^wa^s.r::S.VY;'-:'"YY.; ������'��������� "'������.'^���Y  w  I*?v       r  I  \*   T  I''  VI*  ^  f*  ���^S?S��:;iY&;''P��pi.Body. and. Soul. :,'  'HfTaeiro;;is a curious advertisement, re-.  SijpubiisUed  in   the  Cornhlll  Magazine  jfiximY'an   eighteenth', century   paper:  it^Vanted--Fur a family who have bad  ||biealtb,: a. sober/steady person, in thei j Garland, Mary  ';fcapac!ty  of, a  doctor,   surgeon  and |Garland,.Mary  ^apbthecary; YHe must occasionally^ act  V" In the capacity of butler and dress hair  .^audiwiga.   He will be required to read  "I'prayera occitslonally and. to preach a  IfeeMDOU e-rery Sunday.   The reason of  *"thiflYadvertisemcnt is Uiat the family  I'cannot' any longer afford the expense  ��4of :the physical tribe and wish to be at  S^ certain expense for;" their bodies and  giibnls. Y A good salary Trill be given."  Koighlley,  Ewinjj   Hickey, Pat    Paju/zo, \'incenzzo   Kaj, Mark   Fisk, Frank R   Kcightley, Ewing- ."   Fisk, Frank R    Cunningham,  A   Kane, Thomas   Norris,'Chas. II..'.'....'   Moore, j. \V   Keifjlilley, ISwing   Aspinwall, Phil...... \   Brown, Marietta    Smith,  Dan........   Lontier, I.eoii....*..'....'.".   Lnnlicr, Leon *.   Garland, M and   McLenaglian J.  GarKnd, M and  McLenaghan J.  Neit/el, Elizabeth '.   Garland, ']'. A..'.   Pratt, William A   Kains, Thomas   Moran, A   Johnson and Tye   Kane, Julia A-   Kane, Julia A   Johnsun and Tye   Rirnio, Aland   Keightley, Ewing :.  Hardy, Thomas   Hartman, Oscar '.   Keightley,   Ewing- :..'.'.'.....  Keightley,   Ewing-.   Lontier,  Leon   Kerby, F. M   Mono, A 1 .-   Morris,* Michael   Hooper, C:  S '.'. : .'..  Estate McClelland, Samuel    Stevens, John C   Kane, Julia A   BergeivM    Boyer, Owen    Guucrich,  M '.   Dunn, John   Hooper, C S   Dunn, John-   Fumasoli and Patroni   Garland,  T. A   Webb. Thomas   B. C. Loan & Savings Co ,  Fraser, Alex   Kane, Julia A   Carlson,   Chas A   McGuire, A. J   McCiuire, A. J   Williamson, John:........'...':....;...".:  Williamson,'John......................  Garland," Mary...............;..........  Garland,  Mary ....1.......   8   0   10 and il...  2   si..'.'.'.'.'.'.'..".'.'.'  JI   II   ('....:   7   \-2   2   iii!!!!!!'.'.'.!!!"  Sand <l   I  '���\ and ���!....  1   .land 11..  I and !'....  4 and .1....  Sand 1)....  .1   14...   4   I and L'   10   il...f   13   14   4   .1 and 7   fl and 7   l'and 2   II and 12   14   If  I'giJSSYiaKfe'Truth -Will Out  ��gHnbby,; -(with irritation)-Wby is It  s jmatjijou);ir6men insist upon baying  Stlifriast/word?^ ���',Y:  ^g^ii^I^cdi^r^^^fi^- ;The only  I'ireipon:Liwe,gct it is';.because.we' always.���  i^TO^florcn arguments left when you  Ipl^id Smen are all run- ont���Ladlea'  ifi^etJdurniil.-v-''Y--:Y.'���'���������'' 'V;��� ������; ���   '-  8   tho Difference.:  |^|i|f^i;isMable'to see his own faults.  '���0^/iaiymBJa; seeing his own faults, is  labi^tokwp other people from noticing  i}ifBBin<rOhtaieo .Record-Herald. ��� -YY:,iYY;:  Sometimes True,  , >*$  fl^e'lh'eadriiaster.'���"of'a-: school:':recent-:,  l��Spiit>'dp.h;notice,that oh an. early  aaf'-fiewoultl lecture" on'tb- *"11-~ "'""���  sWject':.'' -?'Our: Eyes,;: and  Garland, Mary....  Garland, Mary....  Garland, Mary....  Garland, Mary....  Garland, Mary....  Garland, Mary....  Garland, Mary....  Garland, Mary....  Garland, Mary.....  Garland, Mary....  Garland,- Mary....  Garland ��� Mary....  Garland, Mary....  Garland, Mary....,  Garland,. Mary   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary....,  Garland, Mary.....  Garland; Mary.....  Garland, Mary.....  Garland, Mary.....  Garland,  Mary   4   0   11   14   :i   4   0   10!"!!!!'.!!."!"!!!.'.'.'!  1   11   14   1 and ���!   W. part :S and 4..  E. part ;' and 4....  2   w.'pt.s, i), io.'...  I to 7    I, L' and  :'   12, 1:5 and t-l   1 and -J. ;....  ���Sand '.I,  A., 1, -J  .". ami 7.  and I*.  IK   I, 0, 11. 1.1,   II   W. part ���.' ....  J, ���!, :', I, li, 10. J'! and 14  l, >>, :i, sto 1-J...............  <>   A., B., I to n and 8 to 14.'.  :��, (land 12.....'   I, 2, oand 14 ....;............  SI, 10. 12 and .13 :....  1 and :!   5, .0; 7 and 10 to 14......  o,'fl and 7.........;.........'���  E.ipt. 10, 11 and 12......  13i-..'..................i....... ���  14.......;........'... '....-.���:���.-..���..  5 to 14 arid  B..............  ���A.;.4;5,.'S,-10,'"11.'..':.....  oto 14 .......;...'.>...........  5 and 7...,............".....  1, 2.and'4'to'8..-.ii-...'i.^.  1..;;..... .......;:.<:..::.-.. ...  A.,:l, 2,,5, 0, 7.:..........  ���I  i)  ii  8  0  10  10  10  11  12  12  13  13  13  13  13  13  14  14  1-3  10  10  10  17  1"  ]7  li  17  18  IS  18  18  18  19  19  10  o2  ���j4  "(I  ���"li  2s  ">S  "l  8  11."  ���H  12  15  13  IS  lf>  21  21  25  21 i  27  2S.  afi  :io  20  00  3 00  2 2o  .1 Mi  1 20  1 60  1 20  2 70  12 00  12 On  1 20  1-1 o0  :'> 00  -1 ol)  3 00  1 05  il f)0  H 3D  20 00  1 80  2 40  8 25  0 10  00  00  Iii 00  1 80  30 50  3 00  8 00  3 00  00  4 00  a so  o 80  3 00 '  00  00  6 00  30 00  3 30  5 00  2 00  2 50  2 40  2 40  75  8 40  7 20  2 40  II   Hi  3 7.-)  22 jo  IS 00  .". :w  ��� I 40  -   -I 00  :', 3o  ���I 40  41 OO  3 30  17 35  20 30  -I 40  15 40  10 -1,5  20 00  0-35  ���I 40  10 50  13 20  3 30  1 10  2 20  12 10  ���J 00  (I 00  -1 40  15 40  J 30  COO  ���li  5(5  ol  42  ���12  ill  ANACONDA TOWNSITE. BElNd A SUB-DIVISION OF SEC. 32, TP. 70, SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT, MAP 24  SI 00  1 00  1 00  1 (X)  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 IX)  1 00  L 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 110  I 00  1 00  1.00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  .1 00  1 ro  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 01  70  2  17  01  2 fit)  43  52  82  85  1 12  28  28  14  84  49  35  75  14  05  05  ol  55  79  Oo  50  78  52  34  27  73  37  00  81  12  (Hi  31  ->1  '.111  ���to  52  5 20  ���10  2 12  4 01  r����  1 so  1 2-1  2 48  SO  51  I   S7  I   58  38  14  27  1  52  S 11  * 13  51  17  18  11  18  11  31  1 S3  2 30  11  -1 40  17  25  39  13  2 07  2 00  8 75  -     23  ���13  3 11  1   10  00  05  05  3 05  20  02  5 50  ���10  -10  20  Ol  97  1 75  1 75  50  03  10  1 38  0 38  35*  1 34  88  07  35  41  12  88  06-  33  1   19  1 01  (i 05  2 55  1 15  I 03  1)3  77  I  (i:!  10 52  78  ���I 12  (I  00  00  00  00  00  ro  00  00  00  00  10  it;  53  .82  13  71  51  04  02  50  00  ���10  05  97  17  77'  2(1  ���18  SO  2 37  I  05  3 72  25  1 55  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 ro  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  100  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00.  1 00  j 00  i 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  .1 00  1 00  1 00  i- 00  ���1 00  1.00  1 ro  1 00  i 00  1 00  i 00  ; L 00  1  UO  y  2 31"  2 -It  0 07  ���! 23  3 40  2 31  3 40  2 .".1  ���I -10  18 41 i  17 02  2 31  21  00  4 17  5 75  4 90  3 48  15 41  12 38  -II  35  3 40  4 33  13 21   '  8 35'  2 IS  1 93  1  93  1  11  20 79  8 00  1 51  37 35  5 00  5 0(1  ���1 80  1 78  0 02  9 20  'J 00  5 05  1 03  2 So  S 03  43 S3  5 48  7 SO  r, 12  4 41  3 7o  4 54  2 24  12 24  {1 70  4 85  10 03  0 10  81 49  22 13  7 50  0 97  7 a:  Sliickland, W. K  Sandi'iH, Hatlic, J ,   Unknown ,   Unknown   Kobbinsi, Chas. P   Pearson,  Nili , ,.  Unknown   lii-rtoii, J. A   Unknown   McKay, John ('���   Unknown   Pokoiney,  V.   II   Pierce, F.   and Sullivan,  Jus.  Unknown   Unknown   Unknown ,  Martin, Jos.   L ,  Strickland, A.  \V....' ,  EiiRlund, Oscar ,  Pokorney,- F.   II .-. ,  ���I and 5...  1 3   10   3   10   9 and  13   I to 5, H to  10,.,.  0 and 7   4   2, 3 and -I   5 and 0   7 and S ':. ,  II 'and  12   10, 11 and 12   8 and 9   7 to 10   ���l'and 5   0, 7 and 8   1   "I  3  0  t,  8  9  9  10  11  11  11  11  12  13 -  10  17  17  18  I 70  1 35  1  20  35  1 35  1 17  1  12  ���IS  I  70  1 35  2 19  1 00  I 70  1 70  2 40  1 70  48  '60  2 49  1 00  23  11  14  00  11  II  21  33  20  14-  30  f,.,  I'ft  20  37  20  37  12  3S  27  19  "J  27  25  19  03  39  27  57  14  ill)  39  57  39  02  02  57  14  $1 on  1 00  1 oo  I IX)  I 00  I 00  I 00  I 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 (X)  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  Chenowcth,   W.   H  Uothwcll, A. C.  McLaren, John..  McLaicn, Marry  Kerby, F. M   Hanibly, John....  Graham, J. D..,.  Homann/ H'. J ,,,  Deadwood townsite, Mop 73, belnaa subdivision of pait lot 620, 0. I, (0), 8lmlikameen District  7 to  8 00  3 20  ���I 87  2 05  12 92  0 17  4 10  ."> 49  3 92  1 99  I 03  I 80  1 09  2'47  -1 91  12 55  1 (10  2 27  1 73  3 31  2 7(i  2 53  1 15  2 70  2 50  2 65  1 81  3 35  2 70  4 42  2 80  3 85  3 35  4 18  II 35  1 50  1 62  -1 4,:  2 20  18.  15   11   12   9 and 10.  'A..:   0 and 7...,  0..;:   8  9.  13  13  14  15  10  17  S '1  80  00  1 80  1 20  1 60  10 00  1 20  1 10  S 1 05  -63  35  3 93  1 97  37  -02  18.  '   13,  08  3 50  07  70  SI 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  4 22  1 02  , 3 61  a os  2 68  18 52  2 27  0 13  Denoro townsite, Mup 103, being a sub.dlvlslon of part lot 1508, 6. I, (0), Similkameen district  Pierce, Geo. U .-...    10..  Guslafson, Axel    4   Cunningham, J.  F     12 and 18...  - - Eholt townsite, Map 7  -' 9  13  18  S  80  10 00  30  Mel cod, Laughlin   Torney, W. S   Tebo, Michac-I    Bellman and Johnson   Ehott  Trading  Company....  Stewart, Alex   Tebo, Michael   Bailey,  E   Rico, I��� M    John,  H.   II   Craddoclc,   liruci*   Shrapnel,  J. II   Krthey, Lawivnce and Alht-il  Packard, C S ,  Christiciusoii,   Jacob   Rico,    L.    M   being a sub-division of part lot 1223, G,  5 and 0   S   I   il   13 and 11.  19   18 and  11..  18   5 and 0   S :.,.  >)   10   18   21 ami 22...  3  3  4  4  .  4  4  7  13  13  24  24  24  24  21  24  25  S 13 60  3 00  3 CO  1 80  19 80  2 40  10 00  3 m  7 50  10 00  5 40  5 SO  9 00  3 00  . 7 M  o 00  8  1   $     01  1     SI 00  $    1 31  4   il .  I   .  ~i 05  ' -   .   1  I-J1  --29 39  1           01  1        1 00  1 31  1, (O), Similkameen  dUtrict -  $ 8 41  S 3 CO  SI 00  3 20 57  4 28  88  1 00  9 7tl  .    2 51/  87  1 00  8 01  1 21  31  1 00  4 38  19 88  3 31  1 00  42, 49  12  1 00  3 62  7 48  ���1 40  1 00  28 01  2 2S  80  1   00  7  18  2 SO  2 20  '1 00  18 60  8 71  3 02  1 00  17 70  ��.��   tK>  72  1 00  10 45  1  S7  t 91  i ro  10 01  i  I 02  .'   1 00  11 02  1 87    I  80  1 ro  !  0 07  2 81   ;  2 40  1 00    !  18 77  1 S7    1  1  50  1 00    1  9 48  Gloster City townsite, being ��� sub-division of Part lot 3672, 0. I, (0), Sfnillkunieen District  Mcintosh,   R I   I  Snyder, L.   II    Laiiglil.-ind,   J   Parker, G. A   Burns, \V.   S   Desantel,  Aitliur....  Matheson, Neil   Lewis, F.   II   O'Fariell,   Thomas.  Mclnnes, A  McLruik'hUn,   D  Loftns, J   Nicholson, Geo   2 70  2 70 ���  2 70  1 50  1 60  2 25  1-80  2 25  I 50  1 80  1 50  80  80  .'10  '25  25  12  12  25  20  25  12  II  "12  si ro  1 00  1 ro  1 00  1 00  1 ro  roo  1 ro  1 ro  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  4 00  4 00  4 ro  3 50  8 50  2 02  2 02  8 50  3 00  8 50  2 02  2 91  2 02  McNee's Addition to Grand Forks, Map 128, being a sub-division of part lot 383, G. I, (O), Similkameen district  Raslileigh, Waller,  Holland, Ella J   Holland, Ella J   Anderson, Cail   Anderson, Carl   14, 15 and 10  8 S        90 1 ii      08 SI 00 .$    190  1   to 13  4 1*" 7.3 '                  -I I 71 1 00 I      12 40  1,2 and 3  5 2 25 J                    I 47 100- 8 72  1 to S  0 4 SO , 88 1 00 (.V i;:i  I to 7  7 120 I '    71 1 CO I        3 9i  Henderson's Addition to Grand Forks, Map 156, being a sub-division of part of lot 382, 0. I, (O), Similkameen district  O'Brien, 1C. II |   I-J and  1:  Nelson, Robeit i   1 lo 7 ,  O'Brien, K. 11 j  12 to 17...  9    IS        2,0    !    S I    S      01    .      ?l  fX)    I S    1  81  10 1 05   ;       2 90 25   j        I 00   I       5 20  10    I 90, j I 04    i 1 00    j        1 94  Smelter Addition to Grand Forks, Mup 40, being u sub-division of part lot 495, G. I, (0). Similkameen district  Unknoun..  Oppeiihoiiner, Joseph.  Unknown   ami 111.  I and -J   18 and  1 I..  ID  15  15  70  75  70  50  Sl rx>  S   4 20  07  1 no  1 82  30  1 00  3 00  Mauly & Ruckle's Addition to Orand Forks, Atap 108, being a sub-division of part lot 531, 0. 1, (0). Slmllkameca district  ManU-,  L.  A...  Manlv,  L.  A..  Manly,  L.  A...  1 lo 0...  1 to 4...  S to   11..  33  31  37  5 -10  3 lo  5 85  48  25  4G  SI On  1 00  1 00  I s  5'>  5 47  0 05  ro 72  5  IS  21 59  10 85  0 9(1  21 SS  15 19  29 38  9 01  G 99  28 :'.|.  IS 515  5 45  2 50  8 90  17 48  14 48  11 -13  ���  0 98  21 9-1  2 OS  9 S9  Sloper,   Mrs.   Nettie   Rodgers,   T.   I   McLcllan,  Norman   Fallen, John O   Logan, Robert   Baker, Wilfred   Ruckle's Addition to Orand Fork!), Map 36, being a aub-dlvlsloo of part lot 534, 0. I, (0), Similkameen district  12..  13 and   1 I...  1 I and  15..  8   7  to 10   2 and 3   J 2  18  111  ���21  00  4 20  I   10  90  ���1 35  0 ro  05  81!  2 10  03  33  3(5  SI 00  1 (10  1 00  . I IK 1  I 00  1 00  fl 83  ���I 40  7 31  1 05  5 68  17 60  1 9.;  5 07  7 90  Elkhorn Addition to Greenwood, Map 62, being a aub-divlsloa oi tat 818, U. I, (0) Similkameen district  Boundary Klkhorn Mining  Co., Ltd I  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Lid  Gray, J.' P.   Myers   Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Iverr J, McDonell T & Mclntyre, RM  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining  Co., Ltd.  Comstock, Rose   Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Klkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining   Co., Lid.I  pt. 1  S    4 90  !     pi.:.'  1 72  1   3  1 39  2lo)-'   ;',  9 57  1 too   4  5 22  1 lo   12.......   ��  11 04  18, 11 and lo....'   ��  '  2 01  1 to 24 ..���   7  20 88  1  to   17   8  14 79  ���1  lo  12   9  7 S3  13   9  1 39  11   9  87  1   to 20   10  17 10  1   to 18   11  15 80  1  to 9   12  7 S3   -   13  1 39  i  Williams,  Bert.,;:  ' Williams,. GiVMj.:';;. iii  T��Spvit>xip ,;n;notice, tnat on an eany    Craig,���W.'WV:'.;;.....'.  aa��'-fie:*vould lecture" on'the following;  Lewi's. E; 0.....i....Y.  �����...    . J(  .,^     ,n.....,..J.,r.^   tit-   HopkjnS(-.AifredN. A  Seei Through xneni.--::: ���.���::    Craig, W.: W.;..........  ,��&ho'rt'Iy'.:VaJle'^ O..............  e&ftdYifin&'iato^ .Ernest."....:   up'terneath: .rt^viYY' ���������������������. '������'������YY:''i;: ���-������: Y;: Yt j Collins,: Amelia..'...   1 tir'''Pupils; Yaiid IHow  They. Seojj Shannon, J. J   ���gliv;Us;''���London Y Stray V8tori<*a.jjUnknown...:....:........*...  lM@&ii^fc;!YfeiVrYYY^'''~^Y'YY:''''Y.'.  -���'.���;������:.: ������V-.Y '   '.;'.; ������'������:>.  Y ANACONDA, WESTERN ADDITION^ MAP 97, BEING A SUB-DIV. OF PART SEC. 32. IP. 70, SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT  Garland,  Mary..............;..i..;......-4'l-2,3,4,0, 7 andS.  I     II   I    S   4 20   IS      00   I    *  I  02   I      $100   I $  Garland, Mary .:,....;....'..;...,V..'..".| 1 to4 and 7 toMQ..;........ |   .12   |.   --  -1 92;J (.13   |        1 :m   |      ' 1 Of'' | ���      7  Y ANACONDA/CAPITAL PRIZEI ADDITION, MAP 115, BEING A SUB-DIV^OF-lPART LOT 911 0. 1, (0) SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT  NeIsonVo,.....v..^^^ S   2 20|.$     27   |.S     71   |      SI 00   | S   4  BOUNDARY  Cruse, J.  C  0 82  7 79  24  Cameron,    Geo.   A..  Peterson, Peter   \V\...  Lawler, Adeline A   L.'iwlcr, Adeline A   Mahon, Gilbert   McConnull,   Maud   Unknown .,  Cordon, W. L. C   Unknown   Jcldness and Goodeve  Gordon, W. 1... C   Rutisell, J   Pearson", Nils   I.oivson, J. G.   I'"   Barton, K.  W   Ronald,   William..   (Nelson, J. W.   I I'erroux, Jean   I Jeldness and Gcodeve .  Jeldncss and  Goodeve.  Long Lake lomislle, Map 65, being a siib-dlvlftlou of part lot 860, 0.1, (0), Stmllkameeo district  I ami  li"!."!'.!  0 and  15.   3 and  1 50  1 25  1 25  1 50  75  1 50  1     Of)  *1 00  ���S   7 18  38  1 (V)  3 05  20  1 Ul  2 05  2  15  1 00  12- 72  1 50  1 00  7 78  2 77  1 00  10 41  00  1 00  4 27  4 09  1 00  20 57  3 81  1 00  19 10  1  79  1 .00  10 02  20  1 (XI  2 OS  10  1 Cxi  2 03  8 92  1 00  22 32  8 .13  1 OO  20 19  1 79  1 00  10 02  25  1 00  2 04  ca dlstr  let  ��� 29  SI 00  S   2 79  21  1 00  2 -10  21  1  On  2 40  29  1 00  2 79  07  1 00  I 82  29  1:00  2 79  Midway townsite, Map 3, belog n sub-dlvlslon ot part lot 501, 0.1, (0), Slmlikaoteeo district  FALLS TOWNSITE, SMELTER ADDITION, MAP 90, BEING A.SUB-DIV. OF PART LOT 1012, (1. 1. (0), SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT IsTowart, J. W���.;"..;..  .......Y;^...:.;......Y...... '5 aiid 0............YY....!..... .    .1        8 8552   j   *     SO '��� ���   - . 81.00   IS   ,7 82     I kwong.'joe.. .-.'.:.'.".:;���..  lert..:y   .1.;;.....;............. *Q:&:7.;....................:......        1 120 ll OO      :     ,100    !        2 43        Mace, ;E..................  .......j  ���W.''.;.......  cllf.v.L';-:.....  '15 and, 10.  :lY2fuul3  19.. ..........  1 and 2.   14 and 15...  20   "-������  .1  1  ... .}  .-��� ���!' "  }-���>  V -4 '  r-"'4  /'!���'���  6  (1  8>  14  2 14  II o-^  ���12  14  .:'��� "78  !   ::42..  '   ^''79-:  ,1 68  09  07,  2 77:  10 '(11";  ���"-   02'  2i'>  5S  ���   12  '���'YHO:  -."-''80:  1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  "1 00  1 00  ���I '00  ' 00  00  00  00  20 91  110 19  1 41  3 15  0 :K'I  3.34  3 09  8 38  1 80  _ Mace, ;E..  I EL-lridge, Merberl ;  l-I.-iin, Ed. A., Estate ......  Jeldness and   Goodeve....  SauTiier, M   Whi t esidc,. G., Kstn t c......  Jeldness and Goodeve   Werner, CoirraiL.   Hardy, Thomas. '.'.'   McRae Bros, and Smith..  IS i...  II and 12....  18   I and 2.;   7 and 8^......  !l ;���.-.....  11 ,.;.���.:..  I and 2iY.....  i"> and  10.J....;.  ..........,.:.  20 and -21 ....-..���:.  ,,.,,',   22..........      23 ami 24.;......'.  ..............  11 and   12.........  ........*....;  11!.... ;.......  ,,,..   .,.,., .   ,,,,,  s....:................  21....; .............  ... i.��...   11;.................     11 and 12.........  -1 '..;   15 and 10........  -��� ���   4!V.v.V'.v.v.'.'.v.'.;;;!     23.....<...:....'      24.      8      II  15  10  17  17  17  17  IS  IS  19,'  ��� 19'  19  19  20  24  24  25  20  29  30"  83  33  33  33  34  ���s  1 40  1 50  ��� 1 40  ���I 20  2 10  S 40  45  2 S5  30  1 20  10 40  4 20  4 20  4 80  2 40  at:  210  8 00  5 40  2 70  4 70  ���50  25  35  25  97  27  23  25  47  10  81  25  13  31  1 34-  10 87  1 25  1 75  83  II  I 02  IS  I 22  02  80  (��  J2  3 53  , 11  1 02  1 02  03  40  18  27  2(1  '82  Ol  ': .52  ��� '09  1 20  95.  00  09  $1 00  I 00  I 00  1 00  I 00  I 00  1 00  1 (K)  1 00  1 00  1 (V)  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 IX)  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00 .  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II   Jeldncss and ('oodrve   Kerby, l<\  M ,  GiiftithN.iOllie J .-,  ,  Newcombt-i W.  K   Paterson, Alex   ("���riniilm, Ollie J   Wangli, Andrew    Kerby, V, M.   = �� a  ��� *? &���  Sox  'yjU'J1  l-  3, 4 and 5....  8   11 and 12....  1 and 2   3   lo"and'20'.'."  W. >,  21...  28   24   15 and 10....  20 and 31..'.  5 and 0   Hand 10   19 and 20....  11 and  13 and  15   21 and  I   19   23 ,  Hand 10....  II and  12...  20   23 and 24...  19 and 20 .,  22, 23 and 2  "(j   ?5 and Hi...  17 ....  5 and (I,.,...  12.  11.  35  35  35  8(1  80  80  80  80  80  30  87  87  ���til  4)  43  41  ���It  44  14  45  45  45  40  .40  ���10  48  ���IS  51  51  50  59  511  71  42 40  75  12 50  i  20  0 90  8 40  M  ���1 SO  0 90  1  20  1 20  12 50  25 IK)  8 00  1  35  17 50  3 90  $ 9 49  10  58  51  21  2 10  I SO  12 0O  9 liO  9 30.  3 00  II I'll  90  12 00  15 Of)  OO  I .VI  I  .VI  (15  78  55  95)  88  05  13  Jl  10  04  51  70  *I  70  tUt-'.  (12  i>3  15  8 42  09  2 01  2 00  Ol  03  ��� 211  1  04  07  07  3 01  7 21  51  07  5  18  sr  0(1  48  19  1 74  2 -IS  2 81  70  52  Ol  1 Ol  I 87  Ol  (XI  00  00  00  OO  00  OO  (X)  0(1  (Kl  00  oo  00  00  IK)  00  00  111 I  (Kl  (JO  (III  00  00  (10  oo  OO  (Kl  fid  00  OO  oo  00  111  Name of Per.sou Assessed  Short Description of Property  Midway South lownslle, Map 42, being sub-division pari lot Ml, 0. I, (0), Slral|kaaieco district  Hroomfield, Grace   Mills, F. M. and Graves, T.  McElmon, I). K.......   Lou son, J. G. I-'   M...  :i....Y  ���ia!!!     .13...  ��� i  is  23  23  2  10  1 sir  5 40  2 10  $ 1 51  75  !l  ���19  II.  1 27  20  Si  1  I  1  Nlajara luwoslte, Map 5J, being a subdlvliioa ol part lot 317, U. I, (0), Slaillksmreu district  Unknown.....   <iHunce, \V. G..   Hlam-liette. Octave X...  Seymour, G. IJ  .......  Joyr��-, "Pat   Malli,   Christopher... .  White,   lid   '    Unknown   .Seymour, G. E   Unknown   Couture, Kd   Hickey, Pat       Unknown   - Kales, C. J   Driseoll,' John P   Hicks, I). W   McDonald, T   Lundgren, Richard   Johnson, J. K   Liindftren,  Richard   McCarter Hi Son   Couture,, Henry   Unknown   Simpson, J. M   Seymour, tt, F.      Ross, Duncan:   Unknown   Guess and Forster   Stuart and Guess, G. A.  Unknown   Collins, G. 11   *   Livingstone, L. M   Miinston and Stothers.. .  Shipley, Geo .'.  - Kempt, W. V   . Ernst,   Louis   Seymour, G. E   .Smith. H. IJ   Sutherland, A. A   Wilde, C   Mills. I).  ('....   Macdouald, Joe   Lindsay,   James   Carl and Iterlha   Jones, R. D   K.   D   D     O   D   D   D   "....  D... ."   D   D   O   D   o....   9, 10 and 11..  12.........   0 and 8   12   3   4   0, 7 and 8 ,.  9, II and 12.  10   1 and 2   8aud  12   7, 8 nnd III..  ���9 and  11   10   15   10   11   13   11 and 12...  I   (J...   7 and  14   S   9, 10 and 11..  12   13   15 and  10. ...  1, 2 and 8   4   ���3   0 '.   ��'. !   13   II   15   10    o, 4 and .".....  7   ...I  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  S.  U.  li.  It.  K.  R.  R.  R.  R.  R.  K.  9 io in ...  i. 2.:;. 4,0  9 to II   13 to 10   j 4. Oaud 11   '   10   9. 10 and 13 to V  2 and 4   9 to 12   5 to s...;   I, 2. (land 8   1 and  1 to S   O  0  5  0  0  7  fs  8  K  K  8  8  S  8  8  8  9  li  !'  0  9  0  9  9  9  <l  II  II  12  12  I  I  5  0  s  9  IO  II  12  35  05  15  80  75  2 35  I) 05  2 85  1 75.  2 70  m  ���I 05  2 80  1 85  2 55  75  00  85  20  35  85  35  75  90  25  50  95  10  05  15  I 75  1 75  1  75  1 85  2 55  1:1  25  75  75  15  2 4(1  2 10  00  1   20  90  "50  I  SO  00  I 20  I 20  I  2i*i  I SO  HI  ���ill  15  81  15  10  15  4H  48  lo  80  15  40  31  J 5  10  15  10  10  31  10  15  15  15  ,-SO  10  40  10  15  31  4(1  10  15  10  it  10  15  10  15  Jii  40  10  14  10  Cl  3ii  2**  07  45  13  30  80  2S  ���l.'i  25  1 03  IS  09  51  25  !��)  ! 0(1  Ho  51  95  05  57  87  25  03  51  14  25  18  25  25  57  51  40.  61  51-  04  88  77  O'i  09  1.3  51  51  51  25  03  03  51  51  51  2 (Kl  24  2(i  00  12  00  04  IS  <���*>  12  12  11  17  1  0  mi  00  oo  Oo  (Ml  ih'i  00  oo  oo  Kl  IK)  IK)  00  OO  OO  f>0  00  00  00  00  W)  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00.  0(;  00  On  00  00  O0  oo  00  O")  IMI  (HI  00  IKl  (nl  (HI  fill  00  (HI  oo  0o  oo  00  00,  IN."'  oo  ].S   5 18  .;    ' 3 oo  7 117  1       8 8(1  ��� $ a 7i;  7 11  a -is  I 3d  8 4 I  I 2 70  ;        4   in  II 57  5 10  3 41  I 95  1 So  7 lis  4 28  a 75  i        4 74  3 41  2 3ii  2 78  !        2 Oil  1        2 70  2 75  0 07'  8 41  ���        3 Oil  3 42  1 S 22  ;         I   70  !! 7.'J  ���;    5 is  i    'Jl  7 40  10 03  3 42  I .'I   10  !       :! 42  Phoenix, Oraoby Addition, being sub-dirlsloa ol parts lots BK 922, 933 and 589, 0. I, (0), Similkameen district  Larson, Gust...'.:..  Shea, Eugene P....  Pickard, W.  A   Tufts, Sarah....  Jones,  William.....  Tufts, Sarah.....'..  Summers,  James...  Williams,  William..  S. X Oand 10..  S. ���'.< 9 and 10...  4..Y.   5 and 0   Sand io   14 and W. <A 1:1.  io.............  27  31  21  81  81  31  81  *> 15  00  12 00  2 40  7 20  0 00  8 40  4 50  8 00  I 05  I 02  13  71  05  82  41  80  >roo  1 00  Phoenix, New York Addition, Map 58, being a sub-division oflol 901, 0. I, (0), Similkameen district  1 and 2...   4 and 5   I and 2   1 and 2   4   '$ If  I  Jackson,   August.  ...  Summers,  James.   Unknown- ���"  Sakrinson, Salmon ............  Unknown   Weiland, William   Phoenix, Uolden Eagle Addition, being a sub-dlvlsioa part lot 921, 0. I, (0). Similkameen district  ............. II   and  2..:.. I       I    IS    7 20   I I    *     84    I      SI        -1 j      2   I 1-20   I I 10   | 1  10  18  00  7 20  1 50  7 20  1 50  00  u   ���>>  79  24  02  24  02  Moore, Hulda.."  McGillis,   Hush  00  00  i'ki  oo  oo  oo  oo  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  Summit lowaalte. Map 79. being a sub-dlvlslon ol lots 1557 and 20*5, 0.1.(0), Similkamten district  Wiseman, Emma   Sutton, A.  C ���...  Towe,  William."V.............  McQuarrie, M- H   Mitchell, J.   ��.. .......  Towns, C. II ���  Giroux,   Alfred   Bnker, William .'.'.  Sweeny,   Hugh   Silverstone, P.  A   Morris, Kale   Morris,   Michael   Morrison, Kennelb J   McQuarrie, M. H   Munro, IX  l��. ���   Stevenson,   Erie   Rerthelol,   Chas   Marriott, II. H   Hutcheson, J. and Jones, Jas.  Hodson, J.   II '���������  McQuarrie, M. H   Speni-e, John   O   Anderson,   Archibald   McGregor, M ������������  Wiseman, Emma   Iterthelol, Chas   N'adfii und  Hallett   Onion, Ales   Eriisi,  Louis . .^   l-'alconer, A. E   Sutton. 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I  li,  15 and 10   I".   1  REVENUE CUTTERS.     ':  Varied Duties of Thoae- Llf�� 8av��r* ml  the Seas.  No men In the employ of TJncle Sam  . render more efficient service than do  Ibosn  of the  revenue  cutter service.  Tho term "revenue," which woaM in-"  filcnto that; their duties were restricted  to tiioso pertaining to the proper enforcement ot the revenue laws, can  ���rive but a faint notion of tne varied  Unties of this splendid corps of men.  As n matter of fact, revenue cutters  ire tbe life stivers of the sea's.   They  patrol the coasts on regular beats, on  tho watch for vessels In distress. They  must suppress mutinies, prevent smuggling and illicit seal hunting; they must  .examine ships'  papers, enforce quarantine regulations, supply lighthouse/-  nnd in general do all kinds of polica  ��� work.,   Then,   too,   they   have, been  flubbed   "the   messenger boys  of  the  lens."      ���j ' . - ���  Alexander Hamilton was the father  of the revenuo cutter service, for it  was under bis administration of the  treasury department that, In 1701, ten,  cutters were built and put In commls-  nlon under rules of bis own devising.  In time of peace tho cutters nro under  the supervision of the treasury department, but.In times of war they are  transferred to that of the navy department.' Since the wnr of 1S12 tnoy hav�� '  itlwnys rendered excellent service In  the event of armed hostilities. Every,  one remembers - tho remarkable ��� work  aono by tlio McCulIoch, under Dewey,  ��t the battle of Manila Bay.���New York  l'ress..   ���'��� ."���'���' *'���:'., '.���.���'������.'���'..'.   .. ���.���':'..  Y-'At the Storrning of MagdalaY.  Dr. .Tamos Sinclnir,    tlm   eldest, of  the   Kint-'s   honorary   pliysieinns,  tiaa  entered   upon   bis   SOtli   yenr,   bavins?  bnoii     born      nt      Uerwick-on-Twec-d.'  Educated   at   the   Univr-j'-sjly of  Ediri-;.  burgh, lie gained Ids first commission-''-.'  in    tlie'Army    Medical  Department ���  from   tlie  fioynl -College   of   Surgeons  of  Unit  city;   served    in' .Co'ylon '' till'  .1357.-and with the 2nd Queen's R6yaV.\:  TJoKiment inMtilta, Corfu .nnd.''.GIbfa%.'-!  tnr.''t1U;;\18ftO;'Y"nd;'..\vas'''.with>'the..';Brd.".  Dukc'V^i.YWMliugton'it'.'YUi'giihent"  in  lJoiitbby.niid Scindiv in'lSGo.-���.'���-������       '.���?..  ':   Procei'diiif*  with ; the ������'regiment'.'���to'  -Abyssinia in  ISI'7,; ho'-.-wiis'."present  nt;  the '-storming and capture of ilagdala  in lSfiS, was mentioned in 'despatche-V'  promoted   for   valuable. :services.'"ren-  dered������ during, tlie���'e'ampniari,":'-h'nd was  'awarded' tho   medal.,    Since  the  yecr  1376  lie   lias   Keen   principal   medical  ofHcer  at���'.���Various time's.'in'- Bermuda,  South    Africa,    and    tho    Transvaal,  A'lderi-liot.   ATnlt.-i, . and "Ireland.''   Dr.  Sinc.'nir Jiiia  been  on  the  retired  list  jinco'J392.  ��� . .  Failed In an Emergency.  The  mail  who snhl lie did  not *es  what good hi.* life insurance would do  him   until   ho   was   dead   wmt  have  been  a   hopeless object, tor the snuvii  attack of the; agent.    Like him i= the  \inner ..f a Fif��.'.-=hire village of whom  London  paper  tells.  He  had  been  adv-cv.'ii  from   time  to  time to insure his  lioii-Se against fire.  The agent, Sandy .VoIV-ry. could never g.'t  tin-  <>!d  man  to sign  and  was  forced  to  listen  to  the familiar argument   that   "his   house   would   never  gang on  tire."  The unexpected-happened .-''however'.'  and   tlie   neighbors-   wer--   Mstonished  when  the  old  man,  instead of .trying'-,  to save his goods, ran wildly up nnd  down  the village.'crying: ,--        .-������.-  "Whaur's.   that    innn    Sandy    nop?  Whaur's that insurance cliiel?   Ye can  never get a .body  when ye're ..needin*. ...  him'"  They Traded   Horses.  "Two palefaces once hunted in my  camp." said an Indian who had a  high opinion of the business astuteness of white men. "They spent the  (���vetting with inc. and. over the 'fire  and firewater, they began to barter  and traffic and to make deal* ami  dickers. '��� ���  "Finally [Jill said:  " '.Sam. let's trade bosses���my bay  tor your roan.'  "'It's a go.' Sam agreed. 'Tlie  trade's a go.   Shako on it. partner.*  "They shook hands. ��� Then Bill sai'.l  with  a loud  liiu^h:  " 'Sam. I've bested ye this time. My  boss :s dead.   Died yesterday.".  " "So's mine dead.' said Sam. "Died  this inoruin'. And, what's more, I've  took liis shoes off."  Grappling With the Menu.  An unwise providence had guided  Giles toward a fairly fashionable London restaurant. He could not understand a word of Kronch: but, determined tiiat lie would not unnecessarily  jisplay his ignorance before the waiter, he pointed tu an item and said:  "I'll have some of that,  please."  The  -miter looked compassionate.  "r-rn sorry, sir," he said, gently,  "but the hand is playing that just at  present."  Eleven  Years  In Water.  Having   been   io>.-ed   about   by   th*  ^.'.-i for more than eleven years, �� life-  preserver  from  tin.  s!"ainer  Portland.  t-ked  tu   lS!i~.  was recently  picked  in   a   fair  -t.-it-"   of  preservation.  Working   an   Abandoned   Mine.  'Ever   h.'iu   the   -lory   of   tho   I'lM*  Hint   had   liivn   kupt  in   cold   storage,  f<-r  to  ve.ir.-?"  'Wo."  .".Ueoari;*." j  The Taste For Horse.  Is .oir .li.-!iliH of horseflesh simply  prejudice"- If we may judge from the  experience of the inmates of the legations, which Mi-s Hooker recounts  "l'ehind the .Scenes In Peking,"  the .NngV'-Siix'in ran easily .'lcc'uire  the taste. "It is >;uoer." she says, "to  see how many people nekuowledgu  thai they.like it. haviiij; eaten it now  (or two w-eks. Oi course, a great,  deal dep"iids upon the animal, but-  they agree Unit mule and pony arrf  better than horse. Some people, even,  who have anion''; their stores plenty  ,,f canned or tinned beef prefer tho  fresh  horse meal."  GOOD PRINTING  There are  three essentials to good Printing���Good clear  type, good   workmanship,   good machinery.    These  are  .   ' *     '     �� --r i discussion   by    informing    the  ill! at your  disposal at the office of THE   PHOENIX itl "The1 o^  ' . j it   up in  your  bath   towel  and  TJT^-vivTrjE'D upon it.   Then put  it in your s  A   Gladstone   Recipe.  At  a   country'   house one   morniat;  tlie   guests   were  discussing  at   breakfast   the   m;ht    way   of    packing    a.  S|rf)tige bus; when the sponge has been  used and'is consequently wat'"loaded.  Mr. Gladstone, who had apparently'  ! been solely absorbed hy his morning':!  | correspondence,    suddenly    closed   tho  discussion   bv    informing    the   party  PIONEER.  to wrap  stamp  ipou it.   Then put it in your sponge  bag.    You will find it perfectly dry.";  ��o&*,^v|  wraw:  S-75W?' SHHH  -?^;,'i! f  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  "(St  I"  ty.  ���I * / ���  I*  r*.  *<^  fe5  IS*  ^^^��nni��m^  I   Tlie Cook  I alw&ys feels  Local and General  KK��KSKK^$K||  ,.| coflfideni off   I pure and ���wholesome f  | food when using  Dr Prices  Baking Powder  A Pure,Grape Cream^Tartar  Baking Powder  (9C&M*-K*A99NNC*'S  s    No Alum  ���   No  Lime PJiospiwfe  from Grapt  Dan McBcth, a former residedt of  Phoenix is back again in town.   *  R. McFnto-.li, contractor of Grand  Korks was a visitor (It-ring- the  week.  Mrs. Angus MncdonalU  returned  from   a   visit   to  Grand   Forks   on  ��� Tuesday. -  Ernest- Miller, M.P.P., visited  Phoenix during the week, and 'was  a guest at the Brooklyn.  Miss Emily Larson, formerly of  Phoenix and lately of Anaconda,  returned to town on Monday.  , Henrys Benson,   member   of the  ���lc>cal legislature for Victoria,   regis-  ��tercel    at   the    Brooklyn    hotel * on  Thursday.  F. C. Werner came up from the  Forks on Tuesday and provided the  music at the Pythian Sisters' "At  Home." fie returned to Grand  Forks on Friday.  The thermometer registered two  degrees below zero, in Greenwood,  on Sunday last. Here in Phoenix,  nearly 5,000 feel above sett level, the  day was clear and warm.  Mrs. I'. Lover and children left  Phoenix on Wednesday morning,  for their ranch at .Beaverdcll, making the trip from Greenwood in  Frank Buckless's auto.     Part of the  Miss Maud   Bag ley   left  town on  Monday foi the coast.  Dry wood in car lots for sale.���  Apply J. Tromblcy, Phoenix.  | Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Napper  spent Thanksgiving Day in Grand  Forks.  Mrs. Harry Read left this week  to visit relatives at Vancouver nnd  Victoria.  Born���At Phoenix, on Thursday,  October 26, to Mr. and Mrs. Albin  Johnson, a son.  Claude McAstocker was the fortunate winner of Albert Howe's  piano, last Satutday.  John A. Morrin, of the Morrin-  Thompson company, returned on  Tuesday from Montreal.  Miss McLean, schoolteacher at  North Forks, was the guest of Mr.  and Mrs. McKeown for a few days.  AI-. Almstrom and a few friends  have recently secured some excellent pictures of the neighborhood.  Mr. and Mrs. John Vivian returned on Saturday from the old  land. They have been absent for  some months.  , Percy Priestley is leaving today  for England. After a few weeks'  vacation there he intends to proceed  to the Transvaal.  Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kreidcr, of  Olympia, Wash., arrived in town  on Tuesday, and are visiting their  daughter, Mrs. Albert Biner.  Tom Walsh, one of B.C. \s pioneers, and now proprietor of a hotel  at Bridesville, was a guest at the  Brooklyn hotel during the week.  Harry Goodwin, R. McCammon  and Jas. Ingram left on a hunting  trip up the river, a few clays ago.  They expect to be away ten days.  Miss Baird, sister of Mrs. J. E.  Thompson, who has been visiting  here.for some months, returned on  Thursday to her home in Oxbow.  e on the  Safe Side  In making- your purchase  of Beer. Buy where the  reputation of many years  stands ready to guarantee  THE PURITY  of OUR BEER  Our Beer is pure and sat  isfies the thirst.    Be sure  our label is on  the Beer  you   drink���it  means   an  assurance of good quality.  'PHONE  23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  the Lower Town|  Barber Shop  For an Easy Shave, Stylish Haircut  Refreshing Massage, or an Invigorating Shampoo. New and Up-to-  Date in every particular.  C. A. Best, Prop.  I    Shingle Production of B. C.  The  production   of shingles    increases  steadily in   Canada,  and in  a bulletin   to   be  issued   shortly by  the   forestry branch   of the Department of  the  Interior; this is shown  together  with   the   telative   importance   of the   provinces   for    1910.  Compared with  the   Canadian lumber cut, the   entire  shingle industry  amounted to   less than   the value of  each   of  the    five   most   important  species���spruce,   white   pine,   Douglas fir, hemlock   and cedar, during  1910.      Considered   separately,   the  shingle   production assumes considerable    importance,    especially     in  British Columbia.     This province is  far in   advance   of the   eastern provinces   as a   shingle   producer   and  made up   approximately   half of ihe  Canadian 1910 production of nearly  two    billion     shingles   worth   over  three and half million dollars.   Over  one   quarter   Of  the   shingles   were  manufactured   in Quebec, where the  five hundred and thirty   nine million  pieces reported were an   increase ol  sixty per cent over the 1909 amount.  Ontario and   New   Brunswick   produced nearly equal amounts in 1910,  one tenth   of the Canadian  production being  from   each of these provinces.      Ninety-eight   per cent   of  the   total   production    was    in    the  above     four    provinces,    although  shingles are made in every province  of the   Dominion.       Nova   Scotia,  Saskatchewan,   Prince   Edward   Island, Alberta and Manitoba together  produced two   percent of the total.  The   average   price   of shingles   in  1910 was  $1.80 per thousand,  the  values ranging from $1.51 in Nova  Scotia to $2.27 in Saskatchewan.  No Other Hosiery  Offers This���  Foot-clothing that fits with absolute perfection for  reasons you will readily see if you'll glance at the1  picture here ... the only hose made that is permanently shaped to the foot and leg, and that is both  Seamless  and  Snug-Fitting  You would not think of buying hose with a Beam up the front  of  the  led. . . . wotihliit that be  uftly  and uncomfortableV  Probably you  buy  the kind  with  a seam up the back only  because you  ditin t   know   there was a kind frco from that  discomfort   and   unsiyhtline.ss.     There  is,   however    You  can get the batter kind in  any weight   or  color   if you  buy bo9iory made by  Penmans   Limited  Paris - Canada  Underwear,    Sweaters,    Hosiery  W  �����������8  Tull-Etshioncd  Seamless  1  new   townsite   of Beaveulell   is on I     For   Sale.���Five-roomed house,!  Mr. Lover's ranch. (together with two-roomed house on J  , . ��� .  .,- ,    ���        i     ii   ii , .r i  ���     same lot.     Fine   well   on   property.  In accordance -villi the rejrnlat.ons       Halloween   proved   uneventful  in   Best location ;��� % A. bargain.  Ihoen.x     The   knowing ones took   A     ,    R   Wi|ki|)son.  the usual precautions  of lockingaip     ll J J. J. Strutzel,  the woodshed aiid( turning the meat I     R. Fuller, manager of the Granbv        ' Secy.  governing provincial schools, till the  "'children attending the Phoenix Public  School will   he   medically examined next week.  .Preparations arc now being made  hy the C.P.R. to substitute" a fine  'Steel bridge for the old trestle at  Anaconda.- The work will have to  be finished in'one day so that the  train service will not be interrupted.  hounds loose, and in spite of Ihe  bands of small fry who ptowlcd  the district on mischief bent, very  little of consequence was icported.  A merry  party   of Joy riders, all  R. Fuller, manager of the Granby  hotel, left town last week, intend-  to take the trail after big game.  I le had just got comfortably settled  on the hunting grounds, and was  meditating on the proper cuts for  a venison   stew, when   he was noti-  Certain parties, possessing no  calling cards, and evidently not belonging to any of the twelve tribes  of Israel, visited the hog pens of  W. S. Macy and carried away  souvenirs of their visit in the shape  of seven young porkers.  James Marshall, proprietor of the  Brooklyn hotel, and Danny Deane,  proprietor of the Queen's hotel are  now experimenting with  coal   from  the new Princeton colliery.   According to the.Iatest reports, the coal is  i proving itself equal to any hitherto  Regular communication at 81 tried in the city,  p.m.   Second Thursday of  each month  King EdwardLodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  GREAT  NORTHERN  RAILWAY  5? OrientaTLimited  Affords Excellent Accommodation for passengers to  eastern points.    Through Service���Tacoma  to Chicago Without Change.  For a Comfortable and convenient trip to the coast cities travel via  the Great Northern railway. First-class service and close connections for Vancouver, Victoria and other coast points. We make  berth reservations for you by wire. For further particulars, call or  . write  W. X. PERKINS, Agent.  m  W  %K-  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic  Hall, McHale Block.  J. S. Boyci*,  W.JI.  Monster Auction Sale.  Electric Restorer for Men  PfaOSpbonOl restores every nerve la tbe body  r . .. *�� "�� proper tension; restores  vim and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual  weakness averted at ance. PkvMphon*! will  S?*^'0.? ".cew m*n;. Price 18 a box. or two for  tt. Mailed to any address. Tha ScosMll Drag  <*���*,��. CalliajrlBM.Ont, -  (�������� - ���      * - i iiiiurio     j idil.  or ureenwood, spent   the afternoon I fied by   a   messenger   that   the coal J dially invited.  I. O. O. R  Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46  Meets   every   Mondav   Evening  at  Miners' Hall.   Visiting" biothrcn coi-  of Thanksgiving in town  party consisted of Messrs. P. -H.  McCnrrach, D. Grainger, P. B.  Shaw and V. Scott. The ladies included Miss Shaw, Miss Watson,  Miss Cummings and Miss Cunningham.  The .strike had terminated and requested  to return to Phoenix. Accordingly,  after saying a few things about coal  strikes, etc., he reluctantly re-packed  his dunnage, bade a touching farewell to the "forest primeval" and  returned to town.  Win. Van Wagonon, Noble Grand  A. L. McKinnon, Fin. Secy.  W. J. ltuthei-ford, Roc. Secy.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Meets in   the   Minors'   Union   Lodge  Hull First und Third Wednesdays.  Hanson Bros, will hold a monster  auction sale of 47 horses, cattle and  farm machinery, at the Gilpin ranch,  7 miles east of Grand Forks, .on  Nov. 7th. . Horses include the  famous stallion "decide" and several registered pedigreed marcs.  Bus meets C.P.R. trains at Gilpin  and G.N. R. trains at Rideau.  Miss M. Mackenzie, Noble Grand,  Mrs. Efllc Marshall, Secretary.  ,", .Sale of Crown-Granted Mineral Claims for Delinquent Taxes in the Rossland  Assessment District.  -I ITEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the Cth dav of November, A.D. 1011. at the hour of two  o clock in the ufternoon, at the Court House, in the City of Rossland, I shall offer for sale, at public auction, the  -"Crown-Granted Mint-ial Claims, hereinafter set out, of the persons in said list hereinafter sot out, for the delinquent  ,' taxes unpaid hy said persons, on the 30th day of June, 1911, and for costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid. ���  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED���GREENWOOD MINING DIVISION.  OWNER  ' Kerby, Forbes M   ' Enterprise tt, Anchor Minos, Ltd .. .  .JRosennaupt, .Sidney   _vRoseiihaiipt, .Sidney  ....  -Edmund T. Wickwiie  NAME OF CLAIM  Ajux  Anchor  Arcudia  .jAstorin  Barbara  LOT NO.  TAXES  -Humphrey, J. M. tc Dusrosiets, J. B., Caul-i  , '���. ��� field, J. S.. Parker, V. H., Levonux. .7. ��� Ilmotv    _  '<".- & Livewnoie. C. J ' J  Paton, N.J. &. Kerbv. F.M. A: Thomas, A. R.  Wood, Robert   Greden, John N   Haas, J. C. & Johnson, s! M   JETallett, 1.11   .Stuart, A., Kerby. l-\ Jl., M<Mvnn. XV.'g.i'  -*      & Liyv, llenrv      ' /  ,-Korby, Forbes M' ' "   "  .Golconda Mines, Ltd., N.P.L  AVickwire, H. P  "  Wood, Kobei t   Skylark Development Co., Limited.  .  Diamond, William and Spimkie, T)r J. K .  Johnsou, S. M., Haas .T, O. & WcCarren, L.  Enterprise and Anchor Mini's, Ltd   ..  .'  Greenwood Eureka MiningCo, Ltd. N.P.L  Fretfrriont Mining Company;'Ltd  Goleonda/Mines, Limited, N.P.L  Golconda Mint's, Limited, N.P.L./!  Haas, J. C. and Johnson. 8. M  Haas, J.C. Thomas, A. lL,.Patou���'j. N."\  |fet����YAdministrators or tlie Estate of W.  SY.B^Paton, and Kerby, K. M . j  Golconda Mines; Limited, N.P.L.       ���   ���   "������  Spokane Boundary Mining G'otupiuYv"   Groves, Francis AV.......    Wickwire, Edmund T   l��atou, J. N., Kerby, F.M. and Thomas AY R.  Estate^V.B. Paton, Kurbv, R M., Thounis*,  ^��ji;i;K;.��.:.{:;:���;...;.:...;..���......: .���.....;.    ; ������.    J  Kerbj'iFoi-bes >r........:.....:......;..........'  ShSllehberger.H. II. and Parsons, T. M ' '"  HosenhYupt, Sidney;...;i....^;'-.'���'���  WicKwirei H. P. ���Y :...:���....:. :.���''" '"'"'"'  Ci-SgriiffiC. arid Mclntyre; M .  ^clcw1r^;-HYPi;.;.:.Y.���:....v..Y::.c;.;��� ;���."'���.   .'.���'"���"���"  Metfity^^Iurdoeh^..'.i.'::.:;.;.:;Y.':I'   HSSufc'-JTijC,?':;atid' Johnson, S. M.  Big Monte  Bonnie Belle     . .  Boston     . .  Bruce  Bull Dog   Bullion  Buna Vista Fraction  Cleveland   >er Fraction  Dark Horse       . .  Denver   Diamond Ft act ion  Emerald ....          Enterprise  Eureka Fraction  Fremont ....          Golconda Fraction  |Gold Bed   Jubilee     ....          Keestowe....       ....  Laocoon '.;..  Last Chance  Maple Leaf Fraction ...  Mavis             Monte Bravo     ....       ...  Monte Reeo  Montrose Fraction  Moreen Fraction  Morning Star   ....  .Mountain View....  Mullen      ...     .....       ;.;.  Nightingale      ....  No. 4   ���.���.���_���  North End        ....      ....  M��x%^2��^?n-'nii"62? ��'��--�����������.-- .'...'-.'- Pride of Perth Fraction  nWg?m*m-< pulley, .F. M. aud Frank, V <aii��� t^-     i  g^Josejfiu'rAdam.......... j Sl,enfc Friends  Slpjpbj��*^opme^ Com^ Skylark    ..."   :  fl^W^Edmund T..;.;.:.:,.;,���...,.��� ;.....^;.-... Spiingdale-.-,.'; Y  SfftSSS^*^1?"^PIW M,n��Pg Co.ii:i;S;:;��.^. Sfc Lawj-erice ^ti^  2367  1021  :*!.'��  :tl34  HI?  125W  1230  8S0  2851  ��13  32.-5S  Stl5  1558  2I5()  1102  507  7(5-1  22S0  120*1  1022  ���153s  1217  2111)  l'ISB  mo  1210  2147  753  . 2040  2877  1241  1242  2054  1709  2570  1100  1850  1101  1843  1291  066  2395  1253  1433  763  2787  1397  .1253  $13 00  13 00  5 50  12 75  S (XI  10 75  13 00  1:1 oo  13 00  8 00  ,10 50  5 75  10 00  2 50  0 00  5 00  1 25  C09T8  $2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  TOTAL  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Jon.v Love, AV. P.  T. B. Cosgrove, W. Secy.  Scobell's Liquor, Tobacco  and Drug Cure p^MA  Alcohol, Tobacco and Drugs. It counteracts the  effects almost Instantly���removes all cravings.  After taking tbe treatment there will never be any  need to drink intoxicants or use drugs again. Can  be given secretly. We have yet to hear ol one  iailurc. Mailed under separate cover to any address. Price $5.00 box. or 8 boxes for 110 Ot). Tn��  *cot��ell Drug Co., St. Catiiarlnos, Ont.  WALTHAM  ELGIN  HOWARD  and other Standard  Makes���Always  on Hand. ,q��r-  iv  -<������  -Jfe  Bracelet  WATCHES  made in a wide variety of styles  and in several size*, urc just as accurate,  just as durable as the larger OmcgA*.  For Ladies For Gentlemen  w&x^J!mmmmmmzimmfmf.  ���V&r  BLACK  frntmrn^/Am^mmemmmmmmim-mr.  PUBLIC NOTICE.  7 00  11 75  11 50  10 50  f�� 25  7 75  13 00  11 75  8 75  0 75  12 50  875  12 00  12 25  12 75  7 50  13 00  .   800  13 00  9 50  850  0 50  4 Y73  13 00  8 00  11 50  13 00  8..;752  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo'  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  ���i oo  2 oo  2 oo  Z oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 bo  2 oo  2  oo  2  oo  ���2  oo  2  oo  2  oo  2  oo  2  oo  2  do  2  oo  Yl  oo  oo  2  PO  $15 00  15 00  7 50  14- 75  0 25  JO 00  12 75  15 00  15 00  15 00  10 00  12 50  I     7 75  12 00  I     -I 50  11 00  7 00  0 25  10 25  5 25  0 00  13 75  13 50  12 50  11 25  . 0 75  15 00  13 75  10 75  11 75  14 50  10 75  14 00  14 25  14 75  0 50  15 00  10 00  , 15 OO  ?J150  10 50  '-11 50  0 75  15 00  10 00  13 50  15 00  10 75  10 ot-  is 00  4 50  0 00  13 2o  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.C.  TAKE NOTICE that I intend to  apply to the Siipeiintcnclcnt of Provincial Police for n ip-ie-vnl of the  Liquor License held by me for the  Hartford Hotel, Hartford Junction.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 0th  day of Oct. 1911.  (Signed)    Jos. J. Bassktt.  For Household Accidents  Stationery and Confectionery  Fancy Goods. Dolls and Toys, Books,  Magazines and Periodicals, Kodaks,  Films and Supplies, Musical Instruments and Supplies.    School Sundries.  WALL PAPER AND DECORATIVE PICTURES,  GLASSWARE   AND   CHINA.  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Sundries.  AL. ALMSTROM  Writings Paper in Latest  Shapes and Tints  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  Zam-Buk is so Very Useful.  J. E. Carter, k. of R. s. JRead how beneficial it proved in  G. Kay, C C f , . *  this Case.  Phoenix Cartage Co.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  ���Moots i�� rulniiii friill, T>>��-cr Town,  Kilf.1 mtil Tlmtl Tliiuvdiijs.  Ml*.  If. Reed  M.K.C.  -Mis. A. D. JIoKciuio  K.K.S.  A, S. HOOD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.       General Ag-ents.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  D RAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Bag-  g-ao-e Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  WOOD  Fjrst-class. Fir and Tam-  "arac Wood, $5.00 per cord  Pine Wood,   $4.50 per cord.  Pine Wood, double cut, pet-  cord, $6.00... -   ,  Mrs. H. Sawyer, of Kcene, Out.,  'vrites:���"My husband is engugsd on u  farm, and one day, while chopping  wood, the top of the axe broke and  fell upon his foot, cutting a misty gash.  The wound was so bad that we first  thought wc would have to get a doctor  but we finally decided to dress the cut  with Zam-Buk.  "Well, the Zum-Buk treatment  ���ii'oved a great success. It only eased  the pain, but it prevented any intliiiii-  tiiatton; and right from first applying  Zam-Buk, the cut began to heal. It is  now completely healed, and mv husband says he will never be without a  box of Zum-Buk in the house, for we  �����t* sure it suvctl  us n great deal of  <!-*t><311SC."  Over and over again Zum-Buk has  liuen proved to be the worker's best  remedy. As soon us applied to u cut,  a burn, a scald, or any skin injury, it  relieves tlio pain and it sets up hwiling.  It also prevents blood-poisoning or in-  lliimmation. It is a sure cure too, for  eczema, piles, ulcers, old wounds, bad  leg, ringworm, scalp sores, festering,  running sores, eruptions, cold sores,  chapped hands, etc. ��� Its absolute  purity, also, makes it the ideal balm  for babies.  Zum-Buk Soap should be used along  with the balm for washing ail sore  places. This soap will be found ex-  cullent for baby's bath, even where the  balm is not being used.  AH druggists and stores sell Zam-  Buk at 50c. box, and Zam-Buk Soap at  25c. tablet, or post free from Znm-Buk  Co., Toronto, upon receipt of price.  Refuse harmful substitutes.  If you require any Heavy Teaming or Hauling- done,  let us do it for you. That is our business, and we  have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  First-Class Wood  We also have a supply of first-class Cord wood, short  or long, and can deliver it on short notice. 'Phone  your order to  D. L. i��icEIroy  PHONE  34  Phoenix, B. C,  D. J. MBATHESOfy   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY HONDS, PLATH GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,   B. O.  Eastern Townships|BUS!RlESS  It*  iv   ,'.   ,    . ^Ssv;^��^'fY:k";��iY,Y;:'''-i*'YYY-Y'Y^  *    ..a* -i...       -   tm^m^w^e&^H*  HOOStVN  Rossland ^Assessment District,  WOOD  DEUVERED   Ot4   SHORT  NOTICE. ."F-h'Ine B 32  ��JoEigpsofi!  ANNUAL MEETING  If he cannot 'tupp'r th��  MARVl'l. accept no otner,  but lead stamp lot Ulustratad  hook���waled. It fflirot full rattle-  ulartand direction! Inv4tuabl�� to ladles,  WIIIDSOR SUPPLY CO.,  Windsor. Out. Central Agent, far C  Notice is hereby -jiven that the  Annual General Meetintj of the  Shareholders of this Bank will be  held at their Banking House ''in'the  City of Shcrbrookc on .Wednesday,  SIXTH DECEMBER next. #'      '  The chair  will  be taken  at  two  o'clock, Y     '..'���.V''!f^i-    ������':���'���:'.'������������. ' ' '���"���'���  YY By prderbftlie Board,  '���";Vf:>.:^J.- MACKINNON,.  Ocnornl MnriaKor.  Sherbrooke, Que.,   Nov. 1st, 1911. I  Those desiring Plumbiny or  Tinsmith work done, will please  call up Phone,A 10, where their  wants will receive prompt attention. I will devote the whole  of my time to the business.  HEATING STOVES RELINED  AND REPAIRED.  ���'���$>!  '^mo^wMo.'  '������ ^���������;,--.'i  -     *��,;'���*  m

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