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 APPLY TO THK
MAIL-HERALD OFFICE
LOCAL AUKNT.
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Vol 12.-No. 96
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JULY 25, 1906
$2.50 Per Year
Kail
Order
Dept.
CB. Hie 4 Co.
Write
For
Samples
LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT STORE.
NEW BEAUTIFUL CHINA
RICH CIT CLASS
Limogei China—in setts or odd pieces,
Muyfield, Clovei Leaf, and White Patterns—in Belts or any part
of sett, or odd pieces.
Lemonade Setts, new and beautiful.
Covered Caiseroles,
Fire prool Teapots—any sine.
Jardiniere and Cuspidores—all "sizes.
Tea and Coffee Percolatori.
You will always find something new and interesting in our China
and OUbb Ware Department, tnd you know you are always welcome
to look around.
The Preserving Season
The preserving season is on.   We can supply you
with Strawberries, Cherries, Etc.   Place
your orders with us as soon as possible as the season for
both fruits will be very short and the supply limited.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY-SECOND FLOOR.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
SOUVENIR GOODS
if you arc looking fnr something nice in SPOONS AND
PINS,   BELT   BUOKLIS,   WATCHES,   " BUNN
8PEOIAL " for Souvenirs, we hnve I hem here.
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a P. R.   WATCH   IN8PECT0R.
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with poor
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Nor can you correct defective sight
without lenses ground to meet your
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glasses restores perfect vision because
there is scientific knowledge and lhat
skill, whioh comes from years of experience, back of them. Aitillcinl
Eyes always in stock.
Examination Free
Hoi'KB-l to (1 and 7 to ll p.m.    Other
hours hy appointment.
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Offict tat Otnti-al Hotel.
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is something new am. superior
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J.- It has a true and lasting Violst
Odor.
3.  It Is smooth and 8o';t tu Velvet
4.—It Is Soothing and IMIng.
S. -It Is Beautifying.
ONCE USED AIWAVS USED.
Large Cans--35c.
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THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Minister of Marine lo Investigate into Recent Disaster of
Tug Chehalis.—Douks Again
on the March.
Tohonto, July 25—T.G. B'ackstock
died last night after a long and painful illness.
Ottawa, July 25,—The Minister ol
Marine has issued an order Ior a lull
inquiry int,, the Chehalis disustcr ut
Vancouver.
Yorkton, July "25.—For weeks the
inhabitants have been in a state of
shame ny the night marchings ol
Doiikli,,In.ra. In semi-nude condition
they took entire possession ol the
streets, singing, kissing and yelling.
On Monday the leaders were rounded
up by the .M.muted Police and a number were sentenced to imprisonment.
It is absurd to say theBe people are
improving in their habits, they arc
getting worse.
Moscow, July 25.—Police today
attempted to capture all the delegates
of the workmen's council. They
succeeded in getting only fourteen.
St, Petkkshi-uo, July 25.—War to
the knife with tlio revolution, was the
proclamation to-day hy the Russian
government. The Imperial manifesto
virtually appeals to all .old school
Russians to rise and smite progressive
classes. The authorities are prepared
for the worst outbreak in the Empire's
history.
St. Peteksiiusg, July 25.—Proclamations anno.Hieing the death sentence on the Kniperor, General Tie-
poll' and others, have been s altered
all over Peterhof by terrorists.
BRUTALJURDER
Mary Dalton. Aged 22, is
Foully Slain—Robert Feath-
erstone is Arrested on Suspicion.
Nanaimo, B. O., July 24.—Robt.
Fcatherstone, head sawyer ol the South
Wellington Lumber Co., is in jail
charged with the murder ol Mary Jane
Dalton, the 22-year old girl who wns
lound Saturday iu her father's residence with a bullet through her head.
Featherstone had been on a spree for
some days. On Featherstone was
Iiiiind a londed revolver The murderer fired three bulletB into the victim.
Featherstone absolutely Jenies any
knov edge of the affair. Marks around
the woodwork ol the room showed
that more shuts had been lired, and
the condition ol the body indicated a
struggle. Her wrists showed marks
ol violence, l-'ettilierstutii- was lound
in his room, lying on a bed in n
drunken stupor. He vehemently protested his innocence. A bloodly
handkerchief and an empty revolver
were found on him. Thu inhabitants
of Wellington nre aroused, and a
demonstration was ninde against the
prisoner. Cooler heads, however, pre
vented violence.
A despatch Irom Soutli Wellington
says A gruesome sight met thc ga/.e
ol Richard Dalton when he opened the
door of his residence at South Wellington upun his return Irom Nanaimo
at lour o'clock Saturday nlternoon,
when he was horrified to see the dead
body of his daughter, Mary June, with
a bullet hole through her head. Every
thing indicated that a terrible murder had been committed. A man
acting strangely had I ecu prowling
around the neighborhood all the alternoon carrying a revol er, and it- is
alleged he insulted several women.
This man has been arrested on suspicion. The girl was alone at her residence at the time the tragedy
occurred.
later.
Nanaimo, July 25.—The post-mnr-
tern examination on the body ol Mary
Dalton, the girl r ho was murdered on
Saturday, discloses the (act that each
ol the three Bhots the mirdercr lired
into her body was fatal. One bullet
ol 38 calibre was found in the body.
Featherstone, who appeared for preliminary hearing yesterday, wits remanded until Thursday.
Against Featherstone the evidence
looks very black indeed. There are
marks on his lace and hands, which
one medical man who saw Iiim said
might have been caused bv the girl's
nails and teeth. On a handkerchief
he carried were what appeared to lie
bloodstains. Earlier in the day he
had entered the house nl Mrs. Dick,
entering her bedroom and making
some remarks about the Dalton girl.
According to the report he asked the
way to tho Dalton house and certainly
he displayed his revolver freely during
the day. He had been drinking heavily
Thc prisoner will not 'ilk ol anything
that occurred on Sat r 1 iy alternoon.
He looks wild and haggard, at though
he had at last realized his condition.
A remarkable feature of the case is,
why wns he allowed, a drunken, raging
brute, to roam around the village with
a loaded gun?
Rowats Fruit Syrups in sll llavors,
Raspberry, lemon, Strawberry and
Orange, at 0, II. Hume ti Co'a.
Oo to R. Howion i, Co. Furniture
Store for Carpet Squares, Linoleums,
Floor Oil snd Mattings.
Don't neglect to try .-. bottle ol
Welsh's Grspo Juice, one of the best
summer drinks on the market—0. II.
Hume & Co.
DEPARTMENT OF MINES,
Ollaivn, July 211—'I he administration of the Geological nnd Minos
I,ranches hns been Irunslerroil from
Hon. Mr. Oliver, Minister of the Interior, to lion Mr. Templeninti, Minister
ol inland Heienne, nnd Hie Cabinet
representative ul the great mining
province nl British Cnhimbia. The
transfer has been made hy Order-In-
Council, it was understood, iihe'n
Mr. Templeman was given a pu 1 folio,
lust year, thut British Columbia's importance would he further recognised
by the creation ol n Depart men t nf
Mines of which tho Geological branch
wnuld form the basis, nnd of which
Mr. Teinplemiin would be made the
heud. A Government hill for the cro-
aliiin ol the Department ol Mines will
be introduced ut the next session, nn
Act of Purl in ment lieing required lor
the purpose in the men, time il bus
been thought well tn give Mr.'l'einple-
miiii the udiuliiisirnlioii ol tin- existing (ieologlctil uud Mines branches,
that he may become familiar with thc
existing machinery, and bo in a better
position to organise the mining department, ns bom as the necessary
legislation has been secured.
DEATH AND
DESTRUCTION
Great Northern Flyer Carries
Seven People to Death Near
Spokane. Wash,—Many Are
Injured.
Spokane, Wash,, July 24.—At least
seven lives were lost, seven persons
were seriously injured uud a seme ol
others sustained cuts and bruises in a
wreck of Ihe fast mail train on llio
Great Northern, nbuut it mile pnst of
Camden, Washington, 85 miles east of
Spokane, lute yesterday afternoon,
when the hcmiulive, mail, bnggage
and smoking cars lelt the mils on emerging Irom a tunnel nml, plunging
over a 70 foot embankment, wore submerged in the waters nf Diamond Lake.
Spreading rails is given ub the cause.
The dead are:
N, Edward Miinson,'engineer, of
Hillyard, Wn,; Frank Bell, Dromon,
Hillynrd, Wn.; Chat*. Danner, mail
clerk, Spokane, Wn.; George R. Strickland, express messenger; Geo. Howard
Curtis, Spokane, lumberman; T. J.
Jollnw, Spokane; an unknown man nt
Buchanan's undertaking rooms, has a
brown mustache and wears an Oddfellow's pin,
SPOKANE, July 25—It is now earned
that tlio victims of tho wreck un the
Great Northern, near here, numbered
nine dead, fifteen injured, ono missing,
NINE LIVES'WERE LOST
Tug Chehalis Run Down in
Vancouver Harbor,
Vancouver, July 23,—A shocking
accident occurred Saturday nlloriwon
in BuiTii.ul Inlet, tin- harbor of Vancouver, by which nine persons lost
their lives.  The drowned nre:
lie. II. llntliin. of l.i-niliin, England.
Mrs. It. H. Bryce, ol Vanoouver.
Hilda Mason, aged 10, Vancouver.
Burnet Bemvell, aged fl, Vancouver,
P. J. Chick, Vanoouver.
William H. Crawford, deckhand of
tug Chcluilis.
Two Japanese fin men.
One Chinese conk.
The tug Clielinlls hml ton ohni'terod
for a three weeks' I rip to llliuulen
harbor on the southern ciuist ol
British Columbia, where there are
oyster be s. The party ol 15 oil board
comprised the owners ol the oyster
beds, including II. II. Ilrioe nnd P. J.
Chick, and also Dr. Mutton, un expert sent out by English capitalists to
examine th' oyster Is'tls with a view
to purchase. P. G. Shullcross ol
Vancouver, representing the British
syndicate was also a passenger- When
slie enlered tlie narrows at lho entrance to Burriird Inlet, tl.i strong
incoming tide swung the Chehalis
uci'-ss the channel. The steel steamer
Princoss Victoria hound lor Victoria
and .Seattle, following closo behind,
crushed into the Chehalis ami cut the
tug in two before the speed uf the
steamer could be checked.
The Princess Victoria was going at
tin- rate ol about 111 knots nud the
Chehalis was travelling ubout eight
knots whon the collision occurred.
The Chehalis was struck amidships,
was cut clean in two, and tlio after-
halt ot the little VflSiel sunk at once,
precipitating all on hoard into tho
wnter.
The Princess Victoria immediately
stopped, threw ever lilt- preservers,
uiul lowered live boats which cruised
uiu,nt for an hour picking up six
survivors, namelyi
Captain Howte, master of the Chehalis; J, 0. Beiiivell, commission
merchant ol Vanoouver; C. A. Dean,
engineer of tho Chehalis; P. G Shullcross, R. H. Bryce and It. N. Rich.
suddenIieath* atTelson.
Nelson, July 24.—F. L, McNab of
Winnipeg, fell suddenly dead Inst
night while registering nt the Central
hotel. He had just asked the rates,
and on being informed, reached fur a
pen, but that instant toppled over and
was picked up dead. The inquest
shows death to havo been due to heart
failure. The deceased was an engineer
for the Watorous Company, and a
resident of Sault Ste. Mario, Ho had
come to Nelson Ior the purposoof
erecting somo machinery for the Canadian Pacific Timber Company,
FOUR KILLED
IN WRECK
On the Nelson and Fort Shep-
pard Railway, South of Nelson, on Saturday Afternoon.
One ol the must, frightful accidents
that bus occurred in years in railway
circles in British Columbia happened
ut ten seconds piiBt livo o'clock .Siitur
dny alternoon at Beaver Fulls, n narrow canyon about seven nud u hull
miles above ol Wanota, on Ihu N.
.1- F. S, branch of the Great Northern
Railway, between Nelson and Spokane,
As n result thero nre four (lend nnd
several severely injured.
Tlie killed nre: Judge IV. B. Town-
send, formerly ol Rossland; "Phoobo"
Smith, bartender ol the 8. S, Kaslo;
M. 1). MoKlnnon, purser of the S S,
Kaslo; unidentified man.
The injured are: Mrs. Vi. B. Poole,
Nelson, passenger; Miss Wrngge, of
Cranbrook, passenger; Louis Bergeron, ol Stillwater, Minn,, passenger;
Chas. Summers, colored, porter on buffet car; Edward Jones, colored, cook
on buffet car; conductor Ingcrham;
lirnkeiiiiin Paden.
Tho regular pussscngor tiain lelt
Spokane Saturday morning Ior Nelson
aud consisted ol a combination baggage and smoker, a first class day
conch und a buffet car. The train was
in charge of engineer Chas. Smith,
fireman BirdBon, conductor G. F. In
gerhutn and brakesman E. A Paden,
all ul whom are residents ol Spokane.
Thc trip was uneventful until Beaver canyon was reached. Here the
frightful calamity occurred. Fur some
unexplained reason the bullet car left
the rails and the coupling witii the
duy couch holding, both enrs went over
the trestle. The combination car
stayed on tlie mils with the engine.
The day coach ininle one complete
turn and fell right side up. In it w.-re
aluiiit half a dozen passengers, the
conductor and brakesman. All the
passengers received severe bruises, but
the must seriously injured in this car
was Miss Nellie Wrngge, olOraiibrook,
She received n nasty cut across the
heud nnil her shoulders were injured.
Notwithstanding her injuries, sho as
sisted the conductor and other passengers in ottending to the more seriously
hurt.
The ImlTet ear went right down the
canyon and finally rested on end.
Smoke was issuing frnm the upper end
when the pnsscngerB from the other
car reached it and it was at lirst
thought that the ear wiib on lire, hnt
the smoke proved lo he li-inn tlio overturned conkstove and it wus soon
smothered out,
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CORRESPONDENCE.
Stumping Powder,
Editor Mui.-lliatw.ii:
Sib,—Retorting to an itom in yuur
issue ol tho 18th inst., regarding
stumping powder, the following is u
copy ol a circular letter which wns
sent out to all secretaries oi Fanners
IiiBtituteB, (the secretary of the West
Kootenay Farmers' Institute is at
Nelson, in which district is Revelstoke.)
Victoria, II. C, March 8th, 111011.
Sir,—"I have the honor ol Informing
you that the Government has purchased a car load nl stumping powder
Irom the Hamilton Powder Company,
which is delivered in quantities to
suit at their magazine ut Victor it or
Nanaimo, at the rate of 10J cents per
pnund, equal to $5 25 per case, on condition lhat. the powder required is
paid lur nl. the olliee of the company
in Victoria belore delivery with the
addition ol the freight uml charges.
As to freight charges, the Canadian
Pniiilic Railway have agreed tu convey
stumping powder in 11,000 pound lots
at car-load rates, which is lirst class "
Bcsidos this general notification
publicity hits been given tu the matter in thu public press and through
the delegates to tho Central Farmers'
Institute The Furincrs' Institute
report, now in Ihe bauds ol the printers, contains a full account of the
negotiations and liuni arrangements,
This report will be distributed us siiou
as issued.
A large quantity uf stumping powder, un the terms mentioned has lieeii
already supplied to farmers fur clearing land, and is available at all times
un the terms mentioned, for thnt
purpose.
J, R. ANDERSON,
Deputy Minister nl Agriculture.
DEL REY TO OPERATE.
Operations aro about tn ho resumed
on the Dul Roy under tho toronian-
Bhipof Thus. Wills. An upraise will
he driven a distance nl 300 feet to surface for ventilation aftor which the
drills will bo continued on either side
ol the crosscut, tunnel. These drills
nre nuw in quite n distance and show
u good grade ol oro. Work will be
conducted continuously from now on
und now ground will be opened up us
operations progress. Judge Averill, of
Indianapolis, it director ol the Northern Mines, Ltd., which owns und operates the Del Rey, was here recently
and alter examining tho property decided on tho work above stated.—
Cainborno Miner.
A full line ol Heintz'n Pickles,
Sauces and Pork ill Beans in stock, ut
0. B. Iluinc k Co's.
Every kind ol fancy parlor lurnituie
at John E. Wood's.
BOURNE BROS,
DEALERS IN^ffi^
Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Hay, Feed,
Crockery, Glassware, Hardware, Harness,
Paints, Rifles, Ammunition, Miners Supplies,
Agents for McClarys Stoves, Hollywood
Paints, Imperial Varnish Co's. Products,
Marlin Rifles.
BOURNE  BROS.     Mackenzie Avenue
IIII11
We have left a few 5-Acre Villa *Lots, suitable for Fruit
Culture and Market Gardening, which may be purchased on small
monthly, quarterly or semi-annual payments.
This land is situated within five minutes' easy walking of the
New Schoolhouse Site recently purchased by the City.
There will be no land available after[this season within such
easy reach of the City, and intending purchasers should not delay
in making their selection.
REVELSTOKE LAND COMPANY LTD.
Agents, Revelstoke Insurance Agency, Ltd.
E.  J. BOURNE,
Soots & Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
£***V"WAA^*f**'*r*"*«'**'.>"**'»"W**W'*f^"--»**->--**.>^.-^,-"'".>^»
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS
For all kinds nf up-to-date and reliable furniture
and liutise furnishings gn In
R. Howson & Co., Furnishers
lEconomy
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vittchword of the thrifty.    That's the
reason so many prosperous people are using
RISING
SUN
FLOUR
«J      The Vital Essence of the Wheat
»• is retained in all its purity in its manufacture.   It has
»j| the Strength and Nourishment, that is
why it is economical.
J Manufactured and Guaranteed by
I The Western Milling Co., Ltd.
CALGARY, ALBERTA.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. REVELSTOKE, B.C.,
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Itulu ting poautje to Englnnd, United Suites
ami Canada,
Hi the year |tl,rough postofflcc]  ?--'.o(l
Halt      *"        " ••            1.5H
Wu.iru-r "        " •'          1.(11
ADVERTISING RATES.
Legal notices 10 cents per line lirst Insertion.
S cents por line each luhseoueni Insertion.
Measurements Konparlc) [12 lines make om-
ini-lil Store ninl general business an
nounci-nii-iiis S-.i-i per itit-lt per mnntli.
Preferred positions, 'io |,er cent, nil-
ditif.jl. Births, Marriages ninl Deaths,
ace. cai-h insertion. Timbor uolloest5,oe
Land notices I7.S0 All advertisements
subject to the approval of the manageuioiil,
IV anted am! Condensed Advertisements!
Agents Wsnied, Help Wanted, Sltuntlons
wanted. Situations Vacant. Teachcra
Wanted, Mechanic, Wanted, m '*oras or
lesa 85c., i-ai-'i additional lino 1" cents.
Changes it, Handing iiilvi-r!i*i-ini-,i!s inns!
nt-in by f ,i. in. '1 insiliij- antl l-'ridny of
ei ch week lo sec,ire good display,
nm KIXTLNG promptly excel Inl reasonable rales.
TKBUS-Caah, Bubsonptloni payable ln adj
vance.
lilMKSPO.NDKNUE Invltod on matters ol
public liiwresu Uomiiiinilcii'.loni i" Koi-
,r un:-: be accompanied by nnmo ot
..   ..... : ,| i., .--.it-iii i„ niibltcntlon, but
,., rid.: i-soiil fnlth. Cuiiv-|,,ai,l,-i„-,-
•honld l»- brief.
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UIVKY, McOARTER
AMI l'lNKUAM,
BARR1BTER8, SOLICITORS, KTC.
Oil;.,-:   IMI-H-.IM.   Bisk   I1I.0CK,   ItKVBl.
STOKE, Ii. 0.
Money io loan. .
Offlci-*: ItevoUuikc, ll. i'.: Kortatoi c H, u.
Qeo. S. McCabteb,
A. M.  1'INKlllM. LA. lUKVBV,
Revolsi ,ko,Il.C Kort Steele 11. C.
J. M. Scud '.LD IV. I. Brians,
nCOH   AMI   liKKK.S
ABRlSrERS, S'K iciTims, Ivrc-
Money to Loan
solicitous iui,- Mni.siiNs Bank
Fits! Street, Revelsloke, B.U.
■QOBERT SMITH
I*- •   1   . 1 U
Provini'iiil Land Surveyor,
Mine Siuveyillg
Etiginepi'ing
McKenzie Avenue,
linx HKi. Revelstoke,
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DWA.RD A. HAGGEN,
Mining Enqineeb,
Mem. American Institute Mining Kngiiutor
Canadian Mining Instlttile.l
Revelstoke, B. (I.
Examination ol and reports on Mineral Properties a Specially.
jibe flfcaiUlbevalb
"I would . ■ . cni.u'stly nilvisi-tliein lor
their «w I to ordor tblspapcr lo bo punctunllj
-crvwiup. an,I in be looked upon ns n partol
tho tot cnulpage."-Adpison,
WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1906
EX I'R ESS CHARGES.
The Laurier government is ti lie
congratulated on putting through legislation securing control oi the rates
charged by express companies, and il
is to be hoped thc law will he strictly
enforced. Of all public services the
express service has been nothing but
a highway robbery. In Britain and
Australia the express charges have
been kept in check by a liberal parrel
posl system, and Cniiadn should hnve
had a similar sistem. This country
would have had it, too, but for the influence ol the express companies, Ior
unfortunately it cannot be denied that
the influence ol railway, express and
other vested interests is so strong with
all governments, whether Liberal or
Tory, it is often dillicult to get through
legislation for the public good. Wo
are informed, for instance, the Dominion Li-press Company makes profits
of (rom 250 to "00 per cent, per annum. One thing that looks suspic
iotis is that their balance sheets and
dividends are not published for evident
teas us. The Standaid Oil outrage
is not in it with the express companies.
The results of the appointment ol
the Railway Commission have beeu
very disappointing and unsatisfactory.
There is no section of Canada tbntsui-
fen- more frum excessive and unfair
railway charges than the interior ol
British Columbia. Thc mutter has
been represented to the Railway Commission again and again without any
relief. Is the Railway Commission
another graft devised to blindfold and
humbig the public?
Thi announcement that Lord Elgin
and Winston Churchill may visit Canada tliis lall is interesting, but not
very reliable. The country would be
pleased to welcome the first Canadian-
born Colonial Secretary, and even his
understudy would receive a In-arty
handshake, though he bus not done
anything startling since inking t ver
bi- pn sent job.
CHANGES IN RULES OF PROCEDURE IN HOUSE OF
COMMONS.
In p !, nl changes were made in
- | .*,,. i, gul itiitg the procedure In
• v ii me nl ■'- mnn ns, in tin cloning
,„,i...; iu, -,---; ii The -t important is that which requires a member
to have the eupfx rl ol uventy mem-
i„r? when In- movci tlie ndjo rnmenl
of the House. A motion to adjourn it
frequently made to enable u nicmbor
to introduoesomo mutter to tho House
which is possiblj quite irrelevant, and
tlie discus.ion ol which is nothing
more or Ic8«  than a  wastO "I time.
Like many another speciul privilege,
it has coin'- tobogreatly abusod, and
the requirement that 111 future twenty
members shall aol as iponsors. as it
were, should reduce this objectionable
practice to n minimum,
Another change provides lhat lh"
Home shall always rise at six o'clock
nn Wednesday-no evening sesBion
that nighl- On this day the House
shall meet at one o'clock instead of at
three.
' BewB sells preparations to prevent
vent mosquitoes biting, also to relieve
the irritation ol the bites.   Try a bottle.
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Windermere is one oi tne prenm-n,
places in the province. Situated Oil
tlie shore ol a beautiful hike, surrounded by a park-like country with
fertile soil and a line climale, it is just
the sort ol place that will lorm a
favorite summer locality in Ihe near
future, where ridi people will have
charming homes, where boating, driving, fishing, hunting, mny be hnd to
the heart's content, and where the
tracing uir of the mountains infuses
new life and energy. Ten milet south
ol Windermere aro the Fairmont Hot
Springs, where Brewer keeps n splendid
stopping'place, and Mrs. Biewe;* is n
remarkably line hostess, Mr. Brewer
is arranging to enlarge his house so as
to provide more accommodation for
visitors.
Sixteen miles north of Windermere
are the Sinclair Hot Springs, another
coming health resort, though ns yet
no accommodation is provided. At
Windermere itself a oommodious and
well famished lu-tel is cunduclcd by
.1. E, Stodihtrt, and those preferring
urivate accommodation could no
doubt secure it at li. A. Klinpton'
palatini residence   overlooking   the
hike.
FRUIT  GlIOWIKO
is ai present attracting a lot ol nltcn-
lion in the Windermere district duo
to ilic success of Mr. Brewer's niohaid
ni Fairmont, where havo been successfully grown such hardy varieties ol
apples ns Snow, St. Lawrence and
oralis. Windermere people even gul
thc idea thoy could rival the Okanagan
Valley lor peaches nud aotuslly tried
it, hiit so far without success, as all
tho peach trees planted have been
frost killed, There is no doubt the
district will grow to perfection the
hardier varieties of apples, pears,
plums and cherries, and for snutli
fru.ls it cannot- be beaton. The field
is therefore big enough and the growers feel that with their convenience to
the Northwest market, once the railway is built, they will be in us good n
position ns any part of the province
to supply the prairie market with
Iruit.
It. II. BRUCE,
of Paradise mining fame is doing
wonders in the wny of farming ami
fruit-growing to which ho has turned
his attention. Purchasing thc Harris
property, probably the finest ranch in
tlie upper Columbia Valley, he has
increased his holdings to about 1,100
acres of land. He has successlully
I lied growing winter wheat. He intends planting 100 acres in fruit trees
and has put in the first lot ol three
and a h.ilt acres this spring. He is
getting his land well cultivated and
in readiness lor its future crop of fruit.
The soil is well suited fur fruit-growing, a gravelly soil with good water
supply. This spring Mr. Bruce put in
200 apple trees, all Baldwin nnil Sutton Beauties, thus showing that he
understands the value of having few
varieties and large quantities of each
variety. He intends planting out
live-acre blocks ol each variety he
adopts so that he will be able to make
large shipments ot one kind nnd thus
command the beBt market. In addition to the apples, some plums, pears
and cherries, nnd a quantity ol small
fruits have been planted out.
This season Mr. Bruce has lfiO.acres
under crop—100 acres under wheat
and oats and 50 acres in timothy Icr
hay, nnd his crops are looking splendidly. He is doing extensive improve
mentB, having put up a lot ot new
fencing and a barn nnd stable 2(i leet
by H5 feet, and two storeys in height
is being built. Other out buildings
will be erected shortly.
n. M0B1BEAU
has also planted out a lot ol Iruit-
trees. In apples, Wealthy, Yellow
Transparent, and Oldenburg are doing
well. He has also plums, pears and
cherries whioh promise well. He considers better success could be attained
than usual for the lirst season or two
by geiting the fruit-trees in the spring,
heeling them in for that season and
planting out early next spring.
K. A. Kl.MITON
is the most enterprising farmer and
fruit-grower in the upper Columbia
Valley at the present time. He lias
acquired over 800 acres of land right
behind the townsite ol Windermere,
and the Brown property, which fronts
the lake shore west of the town, is one
ai the prettiest places in the valley.
In a wide, well-shelteredcooley behind
Windermere, he has planted out
nboul eight ami n half acres oi fruit-
trees, it-id is adding another 3,000
trees this spring. He has done on
immense amount ol clearing, nnd
cultivation and has brought in water
hy a well built ditch taken Irom
Windermere creek, Beingnewal ibe
business, Mr. Kimpton acknowledges
lie iiiiule the mistake of planting  out.
t iiiiny varieties, hut tliis gave him
an opportunity ol learning and selecting tin -,- which WOllld tin besl. lie
has up-rnoteil the others nnd will now
lin.it In- orchard to the following
i.,ii, ties, iiliic.lt he finds do best in
thnl lection, namely Wealthy Mucin-
tosh Red, Ben Davis, tstraohan and
Yellow Transparent, in apples, In
pliima ho thinks tin- Lombard tho
only plum that will do really well. In
chcriies ho Is trying lho Muntm ironcy
ai„i English Morello In poars ho
hml. the llartlotl doing well
Mr. Kimpton's orchard is a picture
an,I in II worth a visil     fl  is kept li
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U. H. BROCK, K. of R. k S.
H. A. HROWN, M. n" F
NOTICE
NOTICE is horoby given iimi SO Uays aftor tliile
l iiiimil to apply in the Hon, Tho Chief
Commissioner of Lamfs und Wnrki for w apodal
License to cut ami carry away timbor frmn tho
[ollimingdesi-rlhGd lands In tYuit Kootonay District:
1. Commencing nt a pnsl marked "Arthur
I'uyno's •imiii wesl comer |mst,"plautoil on tho
caul shield lllg Bend trail antl almnt 1 mllo uortli
frmn r. Polei'sons's. much, tin o north lOOi'hnlns,
Oltsl -III I'h'iiliv, -milli   |U0 Chilli)*, west 10ClllllllH In
jlnilll i.fi.'ii|lliiliilli't'llli-1ll.
2. Com iitouc liig at ii pnsl marked "Arthur
Payne's nurili woat cornor pust," plantod on tho
oiwl si.ii-uf Hit; Bond trail and ahoul i mllo north
nf p. Peterson's ranch, tlionco houIIi 40 chalna,
oasl loo chalmi, imrtli 10 ohains. went 100 chains to
puhd id commencement.
n, Commoneliig ul a pnst inarkod "Artliur
Payno's south east cornor pnst," pl'mlt-ilmi the
ennl Mdt- «f Ulg llt-mi (rail ninl aliout 1 mllo iim-ih
uf P. Peterson ii much, tlionco nortli Kill chains,
tvesl |n i'liains-uutli 100 chains, enst40 chains to
polul of commencement.
Dated July 17tli, mini.
I, Commencing at n post niarked "Arthur
Payne's nnrtli east corner post, planted on tho
south side of Koystouo trail about Wn milos east
uf lloyd's ranch, thonco snulli ion chains, west in
chains, north lOOchains east 40 chains to point of
commencement.
j. Commencing at a pnst imirkwl "Arthur
Payno's south east corner post." planted on the
Month sido of Keystone trail almnt two miles east
frmn lloyd's ranch, thonce north 100 chains, west
10cliains, south 100 chains, east lu chains In puint
nf commeiicomont.
it. Commencing at n post marked "Arthur
Payno's north wesl corner post," planted on the
smilli still-nf Keystone trail ahout two miles east
frnm lloyd's rancb, thouco soulli 100 clialns, east
lu chains, ikhI.1i 100 cliains, wesl 40 chaius to point
of enmmoncemont.
7. Commencing at a post marked "Arthur
Payno's nortli east cornor pust." planted mi llio
siuii.ii Md.-uf Keystone trail about U miles cost
from lloyd's ranch, liionco south so chains, west hu
cliains, north 80 chains, east, sn .-liains In pninl, nf
commencement.
Dated July 18th, 1900.
ABTJlUlt DAVNR, Locator.
NOTICK
VTOTICE is lioroby tflvon that thirty days
l\ niter date 1 intond lo imply to tho Chiof
Commissioner of Lands and works fur spocial
licenso tn out und carry away timbor from tho
roliuwiiiK doscribod hinds situated in Wust
Kootonay district, B.C.:
i. Commencing at a post marked "A, Mcltae's
snutli wesl. corner post," planted about one mllo
east of Columbia river and almnt opposite Hos-
kins ereek, llienee north 80chains, oast su ehuins,
south 80 chains, west sn ehains lu point uf commencement.
2. Commencing at a pnst marked "A, Mottao's
nortli wost cumer post," plantod about ono mile
easl uf Columbia river ami about opposite llos-
kins crook, llienee smith 80 chains, east 80 ehuins,
north80chalna,west f?n ehains to pniutof commencement,
Dated July 18th, 1000.
A1.BX. M<5BAK.
NOTICE
Siitli-c is hereby glvon lliiilllii'lnys alter date
I Intend in appfylothe ii,,n,,i-„,il» tii-elii,-!
Commissioner ol Lands and Works l.iraspeolal
llconse to ent and etirrv aivuy timber from the
lull,,wing ilccrllicil lands slttinte l In the
ii*,,,-,,„s Division ol ValoDlslrlo!:
I. Cnnnnonclng at a n„st mnrkeil "S. Hill's
nortli weit cornor," ulunteil on iln- s,,utli bank ,,f
the easl fork «l die tiwilt (nrk of Cherry Creok
limit 11 miles nbm-etlie fork*, nltho north fork,
riiiiiiiiiji' ,'n*t ma cliains, thonco smitli in clialns,
itieuce wosl IIHJ cluilin, theuco nnrtli 10 chains to
I„,iiii of coiiimoneoniont.
Commencing at  n |i,»*i marked "s. Hill's
south wost curuer." planted mi ilo- s„„tlt lunik <>(
he ensl lork nl ili ttlt lurk ol I'lieny re k
i t (J milo* above tho lorks ol th,- north lork,
tinning cast ISO ehatni, tlmm-e north 10 chains,
tlionco ,i,-*t ii--„ chains, then tilt 10 chains to
p tint ol commoncement.
Commencing at u i„>-t marked 'H. Hill's
uorth oasl corner," planted on the ionth bank of
tin- oust l.,rk ,,( the north lotk nl Cherry Creek
bonl il iiiii,-* altnvethe lorkiol the north fork,
unnlni *"„tlt lilu chains, tlience no.l to chaini,
thence ,„,rili it's, ehains,then i*t in,liainst,,
point nl commencement.
i   Cniiiii-iii'lnfi ai ., poit matkoil]!'S. mil*
.-uth ,,-,-*( corner," planted on iln- -mill) bank ,,f
It t*i lork „( the nortli (nrk „( Cherry Creek
limit-'.) mil,-* above the torts ol ,1 rth fork.
rnnnlng oasi  160 chaini, thence north m chain*.
Ihence wesl 160 ohains. ili-n Hit 10 chains to
point ,,t commencement.
:,. Commencing at i poit marked -s. Hill',
soutli ,,,--: comer," planted oa the ,,,-t biuk„(
the north lork nl Cnerr) Creek nl. nt - mile,
above the lorks, runnnins t„,nl, KWcli ,„.-. tl„-n,-,-
,-a*i 10 i-liains. ilo-n nth ISO clialns, tbenee
west in,-halt,- to ["-nit ol commencement.
Dntcil Jul) SUi IKK.
il.  Commencing al   i posl marked   -. 11111*.
north treat comer, planted ih lliu
.f take, r,-,''s it*"it   miles up the same ranning
--.     . ■,., ■   m    tool . -   l,.,„,-.thence »,--t
- pnlnl -■! com
mencement,
;,  Comm, ncii -      - ll ill -
danteii   ...
i.      i  .. k  uiu ibom ' mile, in
ninnlni, ■>•■-' SO   halns, il„-,„-   -- iti
loence -,-, -"   h- -.-■ "■ -•     . •■
,,,.,,it ,.f con i ■: mt nl
*.  i .immenrlng jt   i i--' n  rk,      - Hill -
tinrl mei        nUjn
i - i .        . me niiiiiine
......       ....     iln., tlienci
east 8 . halns thenci   nortl - potato!
■ .i,i,ai,',„ emenl
lm...i Jan. SSlli    "
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No. i—House and Iwo lots, Kit-sl
Slieel, $8,500, Valuable coiner locution.
No. 5. -Lot and Store, Fit-si Sheet,
$2,IHK).   Bimy tonus.
No. 0.—Lot nu First Sin el   $500.
No. 7.—Two lots on First Street
with ii'sidence,|*2,IIKI.
These lots are likely lo be valuable
business sites.
No. U.-Oorner property on Third
street, two lols uml residence, $2IIIX).
No. 15.-8 Lots on First Street. The
linest hotel or Store site in ('ity,—
$7.8,-ill,
■I Lots on First Street, $0,™.
J. Lots on Second Sheet, $1,575.
Nn. 21 .-One of the best residences
nnd Villa Sites in City, $1,1101,.
No. 22,—Residence, Victoria Rond,
$11,750.
No. 23—Residence Muekenzie Ave.,
$4,000.
No. 24.—Business Hlock. iMiiekenzie
Avenue, $12,ikk).
Nn. 28,—Resldenco on Third Street,
$810.
Nn. 42-4 Lots on Eighth Slreet tor
$1,100,
Nn. 12. Three lols iu cily of Nelson,
ni- will exchange for property in Rovelstoko.
No. 51. - I.ul. nml Stilhleat Oiuuboi'iie
$5,-i.-i.
Kosnland,
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iviiild. A perfect, iialitial remedy fnr
all Nei inns nnd Museiilm- diBeases,
Liver, Kidney und Stomach ailments
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for "Tiinl Tired Feeling." Special
rates uu ull lnmls and trains, Two
mails mi-ive and depait every day.
Telepja li i-niiiinunicatiim with all
nmris nl* Ihe world.
Teiims-$12 lo $18 per week.   For
further piirliciilms apply tn
HARRY McINTOSH.
Halcyon Hot Spring's
A r rota Lake. B. C
iiiii
NOTICE.
No. 18,—110 iii-res within Iwo miles
of city, or will be sold in blocks uf 5
iieres I o 25 acres.
Nn. 15.— 700 acres Crown title and
hull* interest in 5,0000 acres $21,000,
N„. 82.-820 acres, Kejowna, $111,000.
Nn. 27,-8211 acres Crown granted
laiuls ut Galena lluy, $5 per acre.
No. 81.-2,500 iieres Nicola Valley,
wilh stock, $70,(HH).
No. 33 1(11) acres eusl of Revelstoke
No. 4-320 acres Crown grunted
and pastoral lease with stock, 18 miles
from railway—$12,75(1.
No. 87.-Best f'n.ini In district, ISO
acres, 80 acreB cultivated, good buildings, $40 per acre.
Businesses For Sale
No. 18,-Hotel, Brick Building, $22,-
0IK).
No. 10-Hotel, pretty location, $3,000.
No. 27.--Hotel,  a  uioiioy-maker.
$HMXH).
No.l.--Hotel, $3,500.
0 Hotels, 0 Stores, a Hlneksmith's
Biwinesa in the Northwest,
No. 4!t.-Store or Hole! site at Notch
Hill.
No. 40.-Hotel on Vancouver Island,
$3,500—half cash.
Half interest in Shinge. Mill; practical man required; flue opening—
$4,000.
OTICE IS HKKEHY GIVEN that thirty
.. . days aftor dato I Intend to apply to the
flilcf Cum in tstdoncr of Lands and Works for a
special licenso to out and carry away timber
from tbe following described lands in -the
HiK Heud district of West Kootenay :—
1. CommonciiiK nt a post planted nbout 1 V»
miles south of Bmitb Creek, and oue mile west
of tho Columbia river, and marked "A. McHae's
north enst corner post," thence south 80 chains,
ihunce wost 8)1 chains, theuce north 80 chains.
thouce east 80 chuius to point of commeucemeut.
2, Commencing at u post plauted about 2!i
miles south of Smith Creek and one mile west
of Uiu I olumbia river, aud niarked "A, McKne's
north east comer post," theuce south 80 chains,
theuco west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
theuco enst 80 chaius to point of commence-
moot.
.-i. CommouciuR ut a post plauted about 8^
mile* south of Smith ('reck aud one mile west
of tho Columbia rivor, and marked "A, Mcltae's
north eust corner post," theuce suuth 80 chains,
theuco west 80 chains, thence uorth B0 chains,
thunco east 80 chaius to poiut uf commencement.
4. Commencing nt a post planted about ilA
miles south of Smith Creek aud one mile west
of the Columbia rivor, aud niarked "A. McRae's
north east corner post," theuce south 80 chains,
thenco west 80 ehuins, theuce north 80 chains,
thotii'o east 80 chuius to point of commeucemeut.
5. CoiiuiiouciuK at a post planted about 5^
iles south of Smith Creek, aud oue mile wost
of the Columbia river, aud marked "A. McHae's
north east cornor post," thence south 40 chains,
thence east 40 chuius, theuce south 40 chains,
thenco wost 80 i-linim, theuco north 40chains,
theuco wust 40 chains, theuce uorth 40 chains,
tlienco east 8o chuius to point of commence
ment.
8. Commencing ut u post planted about 8H
milos south of Smith Creek, and about one
milo west of the Columbia river, aud marked
"A. Muliue's northeast coruer post," theuce
south 80 chums, thenco west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, theuce east 80 chains to point
or commencement,
7. Commencing at a post planted about IJj
.jiles south of Smith Creek, and about two
miles west of the Columbia rivor, aud marked
"A, McKiio's north east coruer post," theuce
south SO chaius, theuce west 80 chains, thenee
north 80 chains, theuce eust 80 chains to point
of commencement,
8. Coiimioiu'iiiK at a post planted about %%
miles south of Smith Creek, and about two
miles west of the Columbin river, aud marked
"A. Mcltue's uorth east coruer post," thence
south 80 chuius, theuce west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chaius, thence east 80 chaius to point
of commencement.
Dated July 10th, 1908.
jySl A. McKAE.
Easy terms of   payment   may be
arranged.
Kin- particulars apply to
E. A. HAGGEN
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
Revelstoke, 13.0.
SEE
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese.
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tea nervloea IKlotvur Pots
Plata Uinnn-lla Stands
Baskets Lunch lliutkcts
lain: rli.tin Smokies- Jackets
HandkerclilolB SilkUootls.
BOLD FISH
Pineal -lock ot candle and trails in toivn.
Front Street, Revelstoke
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all clones of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
v Irfndi of building and plastering
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
SUGAR DIAMONDS
Is the purest form in which cane sugar con
be made. Kvcry grain sparkles with brilliancy, the result of perfect crystalization.
You will be pleuscd the moment you open
a box. You will be delighted after trying it
in your tea or coffee. Sold everywhere in
2 ib. 'icaled packages,
'J     KIlTHU'll IV
The B. C. Satjar refitting Co., Ltd., Vancouver, I. C
NOTICE"
VTOTICE is hereby given that 30 days
i\ afterdate I intend to apply to the Honorable the Chiof Commissioner of Leads and
Works for u special license to eut and earry
away timber from the following described
lands, situatod in Osoyoos division of Yale
District:
1. Commencing at a post marked "S. Hill's
north wost cornor," plauted on tbe east bank
nliout 1 mile from the south end of Sugar Lake,
theuco eust SO chains, south 80 ohains, west 80
ehuins, uorth 80 chains to poiut of commencement.
2. Commencing at a post marked "S.Hill's
south west coruer," plauted ou the east bank of
Sugar Lake, about 1 mile from the south eud,
thence east 80 chains, uorth 80 chains, west 80
chains, south 80 ohains to point of commence-
mont.
8. Commencing at a post marked "S. Hill's
south eust corner," plauted about 1 mile from
the uorth end of Sugar Lake, on the west bank,
theuco north 40 chains, west 160 chains, south
40 chains, enst 100 chains to point of commencement.
4. Commencing et a post marked "S. Hill's
north east coruer," planted about 1 mile from
the uorth end of Sugar Lake, ou the west bank,
thence south 40 rhnius, west 160 chains, north
40 chains, east 160 chaius to point of -commence"
ment.
5. Commencing nt a post marked "fl. Hill's
south enst corner,'' planted on the west bank of
Sugar Lnko alnut 1 mile from the south end.
thonce north 80 chaius, west 80 chains, south 80
chains, east 80 chains to point of commence-
moot.
il. Commencing nt a post marked "8. Hill's
north onst cornor," planted on the west bank of
Sugir Lnke, about 1 mile from the south end,
thence south 80 chains, west 80 chains, north 80
oh&ins, east 80 chains to pointof commencement. .
I. Commencing nt n post marked ' B. Hill's
south east corner," planted on the west bank of
tho Spnllumcheen river about IU miles below
Sugar Lnke, thence north 80 chains, west 80
chains, south 80 chains, oast 80 chains to point
of commencement.
8, Commencing at a post marked "8. Hill's
north enst corner," planted on the west bank of
Spallumcheeii river about 1% miles below Sugar
Luko, thenco south 80 chains, west 80 chains,
north 80 clmins, east 80 chaius to point of com
mencomont.
Dated July 2nd, mm.
ft Commencing nt a post marked "8. Hill's
south oast corner," planted about 1 mile west
nr the north eud of Sugar Lake, thence north
Michnins, wost 80 ohnins,south 80chains, east
80 chains to pointof commencement.
Dated July Srd, 1D06.
HI, Commencins nt a post marked "8. Hill's
south west cornor, planted ou tbe east bank of
the Spallumcheeii river about VA miles below
Sugar Lake, thenco east 80 chains, north 80
chains, west 80 chuius, south 80 chains to point
of commencement.
II. Commencing nt n post marked "8 Hill's
nor tii west cornor,' planted on tha eust bank of
lho Spallumcheeii river about IU miles below
Sugar Lake, thence oast 80 chains, south B0
cliiiins, west 80 chains, north 80 ehnins to point
or commencement.
12. Commencing at a imst marked "S.Hill's
south east corner, planted aliout IJ miles bej
low Hngitr Luke and I mile east from the Spa--
lumclimm river' thonce west 80 chains, north 80
clmins, east HO chains, soutli Kll elm I tin to point
of commencement.
Tinted .Inly Ith, IftOll.
SAM HILL
of Upper Arrow Lake:—
Commencing at a pout marked "W. W. Lock's
smil h east enrner," at the south west enrner of
Lot 802, ami almnt J. mile smith of Foithall
Creek, thence imrtli 40 chains, theuce went 8U
chains, theuce suuth 4U chains, thence eut 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 320
acres.
Dated this lltli day of June, IMC.
W. W. LOCK,
PerT. C. Makimtnn.A-gent,
Commencing at a post marked "L. M. Johnstone's south east corner," at the south west corner
of Thomas Webster's application to purchase,
about 8 miles south of Fosthall Creek and about
1)4 miles from the lake, theuce north 80 chains,
to the south boundary of U. J, Hammond's application to purchase, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence east 2U chains, tlience
south 40 chains, thence east 00 chains to point of
commencement,containing MWacres.
Dated this 18th day of June, 1906.
L. M. JOHNSTONS,
Per ltalph Slye, Agent.
('ommenclng at a post marked "M. C, Dicker-
son's uorth west corner," on the shore of Upper Arrow lake, about 3 miles smith of Font hull creek and
about 20 chains north of the suulh east corner of
Thomas Webster's application to purchase, thence
soutli 80 chains, theuce east 80 chains more ur
less tu the shore of Arrow Luke, thence following
said shure in a general northerly and westerly
direction 120chains mure orless to pointof commencement, muliiining'640 seres more or less.
Dated this 12th duy of June, luue.
M. C. DIOKKRSON,
Per Kalph Slye, Agent.
Commencing at a post marked "K. A. Slye's
south east corner," about Ij miles south of Fosthall Creek, at the suuth west corner uf Lot 4.fi78,
theuce north 80 chains along the west boundary of
Lut4S76, thence west HU chains, theuce south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to point of commoncement, containing 640 acres.
Dated this 12th day of June, 1000.
K. A. SLYK,
Pur ltalph Slye, Agent.
CuiumeuL-lug at a post marked "A. Dulleuiney-
er's north east corner," abuut 10 chains west of the
south west curner uf Lut 862, at the uorth west
corner of K. A. Slye's application to purchase and
about 4 mile soutli uf Fosthall creek, tlience west
8U chains, theuce suuth 80 chains, thence east 81)
chains, thence uorth 80 chains to point of commencement, containing tl4U acres.
Dated this Uth day ot June, 1906.
A. IKILLKNMKYKU,
Per Kalph Slye, Agent.
Com ine ne inn at a post marked "F. A. Slye's
north east corner," about l\ miles south uf Fosthall Creek, aud about H miles from the lake
shure at the north west curuer of U. J. Hammond's
application to purchase, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
theuce north 80 chaius, to point of commencement, containing 640 acres.
Dated this 12th day of June, W06.
F. A. SLYK.
Per ltalph Slye, Agent.
Cummenclng at a post marked "M, C. Slye's
nurth east coruer," at the south east coruer of
Thomas Webster's application to purchase, about
3 miles south of Fosthall Creek, and about i
mite from the hike, theuce west 80 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains, thence
soutli 40 chains, thence east 40 chains, thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement, con
tabling 480 acres.
Dated this 12th day of June, 1006.
M. C. SLYK.
Per ltalph Slye, Agent.
Commencing at a post murked "A. K, Ham-
mond'i north west comer,'' about 1H miles south
uf Fosthall Creek at the south east corner of Lot
4S76, thence suuth 80 chains, thence east 40 chains,
mure or less to the take shore, thence following
said shore in a general northerly direction 80
cliains more or less to the south Imniuliiry of J. L.
llkeli's application to purchase, thenee west 40
chains, more or less, to point of commencement,
containing 320 acres more nr less.
Dated this 12th day of June, 1-906.
A. K. HAMMOND,
Per ltalph Slye, Agent.
Commencing at a post marked "(J. J. Hammond's north east corner," about 1^ miles south
of Fosthall Creek, at the smith east corner nf Lot
4676, thence west 80chains, thence south 80chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing 640 acres.
Dated this 12th day of June, 1-906.
a. J. HAMMOND,
Per Kalph Slye, Agent.
NOTICE.
NOTICK is hereby sl veil tti.it. nu days niter
•Inli, I iiili'itil In n|.|,l) In Hut Hun. Hie
t hlef I'iuiiini*sii,ni,r nl Unds and Works lor
iii'i-iiiissliiii In |>i,I,■!„.-,■ the lollowliiK tli-i-i-il't-il
lands, slti".i'<! in *>Vi-si K„„i,-iiny, we-l side
t .iliiniliiiirti'iT, Kin-Vnlloy:
r,„in,i,>,uiu)/ nl it litis! II) ehuins norlli ol
Uogel'i ii.iri.ti rn-'i corner poit and marked
■Harry   M,'liil„-:l, - north cast, corner nosl,"
I hrii,.-wt-hl in ,-haiiin. Itii'lice snutli SO chains,
i hence aaal su ohalni, 11 -*■ nnrlh su chains tn
place a iiiiiiiiiciici'iiiiiiit.
lun,1 .Inin-llllh. 11(11.
IIAIIHV McINTOSH.
LAND NOTICE
\iilH I*. f« IIKKBIIY (HVKN lhat sixty days
,1,, i,i, i Inland lo npplj to de lion, chief
t oniinlsslonur of Lands ami Works lor |j<;riiilss)<*n
[,, pun base < lie foil"" >ng diMt-rllicil limd ■ situate
In (he Wesl Kootenaj district.
 menclni at an inltlnl poM erected on tlio
north Mink Of Ihf fordo rlrer, about one eight
mild tvasl <d Lulu-Ti-ek and marked "If. I'. Kane'
mntli sMtcomer post;' thenee north vu chaini'
thonce *>"t m cliains: thuiin< smith 2u chains
nmre or less to Unln river. Ihem asterly follow
iiitr tin- imnk nl tin- liver HU Otllll me or less to
pointof eommeneement, comprising one hundred
mil illty a^res more or lea*.
(mod tlie Wtb May, IW*.
It. p. ham;.
notice
NOTICK i" horob| given that-SOdayi af
flnlr I liiMmd loupnlv lo tho (-hlef C<
nn -i  -if Unds ami works for u spoci .
license ■<> < 'd ,,,r| '!lirry HWn>' flmtier from tlm
follow ing ili'wtrllriid  lauds  situated In   West
Kootonay district:
Commencing at a posl on the west iMeot Upper
Armw I,.iie iMftlng at the Y. C I. Co. Ltd.'*
imrih west I'ornnr pnsl No, t, Mwnre 40 chains
east] thmtrt* HO chains north; thrwrmchains
»est, thence Wi chains south, thence 40 rhaltis
euit to nbice of eommfiicement.
Dated Hth day of«M, MMj -t.-
Hid. ritDitti
1, Commencing at a post marked "Gus
Lund's nortli east corner," about i mile up
north fork of Uoldstream theuce norlh 40
chaini, east 160 chains, south 40 chains, west 180
chains to point of commencement.
X. Commencing at a post marked 'Qui
Lund's north west corner." nbout 1 mile up
north fork of Qoldstream, theuce south 40
chains, east 160chains, north 40 chains, west IW
chains to point of commencement.
3. Commencing at a post marked "Gus
Lund's north west corner, about J mite below
north fork of Uoldstream, on left bank, thence
north 10 chains, east 100 chains, south 40 chains,
is .,. V..WHB, vu.v iw biianir,, njutll IV l-liu
Hit) chains to point of commencement.
Commencing ai a post marked "Gus
mind's non beast comer," about 1 below north
fork of Goldstream, on left bank, thence wouth
180 chains, wt-*-t 40 chains, uorth 160 chains, east
40 ohains to placo of commencement.
Commencing at a post marked "Gus
uuiid's north east corner,' about 1 mite from
mouth of Caribou Creek where it Joins Gold-
stream, thencu south 160 chains, west 40 chaius,
north 160 chains, cait 40 chaini to pointof
commencement.
6,
west
4.
Lund
Lund's
NOTICE.
NOTICK is hereby given that thirty days after
date I Intend to apply to the Hon, Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works, for special
licenses to cut and carry away timber from the
following described lands situate In the West
Kootenay District:
1. Commencing at a post planted about one
mile from west bank of Columbia Kiver and about
one and half miles north of Seymour Creek and
marked "C. F. Liudmark's south east corner post,"
thence north 80 chains, west 80 chains, south 80
chains and east 80 chains to point of commencement.
2. Commencing at a post planted about two
miles from Columbia River on its west bank and
about one and half miles north of Seymour Creek,
and marked "0. F. Liudmark's south east oorner
post," thence north 80 chains,west 80 clialns, south
80 chains and east 80 chains to pointof commencement.
8. Commencing at a post planted about three
miles from Columbia Hiver and about one anil
half miles north of Seymour Creek and marked
"C, F. Liudmark's south east corner post," theuce
north 80 chains, west 80 chains, south 80 chains
and east 80 chains to point of commencement.
4. Commencing at a post planted one mile from
west bank of Columbia Kiver and four miles north
of Seymour Creek and marked "C, F. Lindraark's
south east corner post," thence north 80 chains,
west 80 cliains, south 80 chains, and east 80 chains
to point of commencement.
Dated May ard. 1808.
CHARLES F. LINDMARK.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for a speoial license to cut
and carry away timber from the following described lands situate ou Kainlxiw Creek, tributary of
Shuswap river, Yale district, and about seven
mites fsum its mouth:—
1. Commencing at a post aliout four rods south
of ItainlHiw Creek ana aliout 8 miles from Its
mouth, thence east 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence north 80
chains to point uf commencement,
2. Commencing at a post almnt ten rods south
of Rainbow Creek, and about 6 miles from its
mouth, thence east 40 chains; thenue smith 160
chains; theuce west 40 chains, tlience nortli 160
chains to poiut of commencement,
Dated May 30th, 1006.
J. BARRY
3. Commencing at a post about fuur chains
south of Rainbow Creek and about 4 miles from
its mouth, thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence south 80
clialns to point of commencement,
4. Commencing at a post about four chains
south of Rainbow Creek, and about 4 miles frum
Its mouth, thence west so chains, thence north 80
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence south 40
clialns, tlience east 160 chains, thence smith 40
cliains to point of cumniencement.
li. Commencing at a post about four clialns
north of Rainbow Creek, and about 2 miles from
its mouth, thence wist 160 chains, thence south
40 cliains, tlience easl 160 chains, thence north 40
chains to point of commencement,
Hated May SOth, 1906.
C. M. SYMONS.
.1, Harry, Locator,
NOTICE
Notice Is herehy given that uu days from date I
intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief Cum-
uilsslonerof Lands uml Works fur permission to
purchase the followlug described lands in tlie
West Kootenay District, east shore uf Upper
Arrow Ijtke:-
Com luetic lug at a posl marked "J. D. Ouplun's
smith west corner," at the north westcornerof
Lot m and uhuiit I'i miles north of Nakusp,
i Ill-lire.-asi 811 cliiiins more ur less, thence north
nn chains more or less, thence wust su chains mure
or less to the Luke shore thence In a general
southerly direction along the Lnke shore su chains
mure or less to point of commencement, contain'
ing iwU'iiTi-1 more or less.
haie.t this Hml day of May, 1006.
J, I). COI'LAN,
Per Hulph Slye, Agent.
FREIGHTING
I mn |ii-i'|iui-i'il tu uuili.rljike it II kinds of
fri'inlil inn iintl I.eiiinitiK.
STEAMER STAGE
My sliis,c coiiiit'ctiiiK Imtweeii the
, teiiiiii'i' uml the city Iravi-s theOlty
•M 4 a..m, Tuesdays and Fridays, cun-
iii'iliiiK with the Steamer Kevelntoke
for the Hi|( llend, and also meets tbe
Htemtiertin the return trip name iluy«.
Leave word at Nariialion Com.
pany'n office, or my Stables where, to
call,
ROBERT SAMSON.
I ommenclng at a post   marked "Qui
......Is ionth easl corner," about 1 mile Irani
mouth ot Caribou Creok where it jolm (lold-
stream, thence went IU chains, norlh 160 chaini,
east 111 chains, soulli 1611 ohains to point of
commencement.
7. Commenolng at a post marked "Qui
I.undi uorth east comei. aboul 1 mile from
mouth of Caribou Creek where it jolm Coldstream, thence west 1(1 chains, south lOUehalni.
easl lu ohalni, north 100 chaini to pointof
commencement,
8, Commencing al a post niarked "Qui
Lund i north well comer, about 7 miles below
north fork of Uoldstream, thence eait 160
chains, south 10 chains, west 100 chaini, noith
10 chains lo point of commencement,
., Commencing at a post marked "Qui
Lund a north euil comer, aboul 7 tulles below
north fork of Ooldatraain, thence south 100
ohains, west 10 chains, north 160 chalna, east
10 chains to point of commencement,
10, Commencing at a post marked "Um
Lund s south cast ccmer," about 7 mllui below
north fork ol Qoldstream, thenco north DO
chaini, weit SU ehalm, souih 80 ehuins, eaat 80
clieini to point of commencement.
11. Commencing at a poat marked "Qui
Lund r north weit corner," about 9 miles below
norlh fork of Qolditream, thence north 80
chains, east 80 chaini, south 80 chaini, weit 80
ohalni to point of commenoement,
M. Commencing at a post marked "Qui
Lund a ionth eaat corner," about 9 miles below
norlh fork of Qoldilream, llienee north 80
chains, weal 80 chalna, south 80 clitii ast 80
chains lo pointof commencement,
13. Commenolng at a post marked 'Qui
Lund s south west eorner," about 9 mllea below
north fork of Qoldstream, thenco mmth 80
chains, rati Su ehalm, north 80 chaini, weat 80
clialna to point of commencement.
II. Commencing at a poet marked "Qui
Lund s south easl corner," about 9 mile, below
north fork of Qoldilream, thenee south 80
chalna, weit 80 chaini, north 80 chalna, east 80
ohalni to point of commencement.
15. Commenolng at a poit marked "Gus
Lund a aouth weitcorner," aboutll milos below
fork of Ooditream. thence north 80 chains,
ent 8U chalna, south 8U chaini, weit 80 chaini
to point of commencement,
16. Commenolng at a post marked "Gu
Lund mouth eait oorner/'about 11 mllei below
fork of Qolditream, thenoe nortli 80 ohalni
west 80 chalna, aouth 80 ohaln«,ea«t 80 chaini
to point of commencement.
17. Commencing at a post marked "Qui
Lund S north weit corner," about II mllea below
fork of Oitlditream, Ihence south 80 ehalm, eaat
80 clialna, north 80 ohalni, west 80 ehalm to
point ol coiiuneiicem.iit.
18. Commencing at a post marked "Gui
Lund a north eaat comer,' about 11 mllei below
fork. £ OoMilrean,, Ihenco aouth 80 ohalni,
wait 8U chaius, north 80 chaini, eaat 80 chains to
point of commencement,
Dated June 10th, 1900.
19. Commonolng at t poet markid "Qui
Lund a south eait oorner, about S mllei up
Camp Creek, thenco north 160 chains, weat (0
chaini, south 160 chaini, east 10 ohalni to point
of commencement.
80 Commenolng at > poat marked "Qui
Lund a Kiulh won corner," about I mllei up
Camp Creok, thenoe north 180 chain., east W
chains, aouth 160 chalna, weitto chains to point
of commenoement,
St. Commencing at a poet marked "Gui
Lund i north weit corner," about 8 miles up
tamp Creek, thenee eaat 160 chains, south 10
cluilna, west 160 ohali.i, north 10 ohalm to point
ol commencement,
M. Commencing at a post marked "Gui
Lund a north east corner," about 3 mllei up
Camp Creek, thenoe weat ISO chaini, aouth 10
chains, east IW chains, north W chains to point
of commenoement,
23. Commencing at a poit marked "Qui
Lund i north weal cornor," about 2| mllea up
Lamp Creek, thence eait 160 chalna, south 10
ohains, weat 160 ohalni, north 40 clialna lo
pointof commencement.
81. Commencing at t imt marked "Gus
Luiiils eolith eait oorner, aboutll mllei up
Camp Creek, theuoe weat UIO chalna, aouth 10
chalna, east 190 chaini, north III ohalni to point
ol commenoement,
2& Commencing at a poat markod "Gus
Lund s south eaat corner." about I mllei below
McCullough Creok. 8 miles from Golditream,
thence north 80 chalna, well 80 chalna, aouth 80
ohains, east 80chaini to point-of commencement.
86. Commonolng at a poat marked "Qui
Liuul'a aouth weat comer," about I mllea below
McCnllough Creek, 8 mllea from Qoldetream,
thenoe north 80 ohains, eait 80 ohalni, south 80
chains, woit Hi ohains to point of commence
ment,
27. Commenolng at a post marked "Qui
i-un, •north west corner," about i miles below
McCullough Creek, 3 mllei from Qolditream,
thence aouth 80 ohalni, east 80 ohalni, north 80
chalna, weat 80 chaini to point of commencement,
28. Commencing at a poet marked "Qui
Lund s nnrlh east corner," about 4 mllea below
McCnllouKh Creek, 8 mllea from Qolditream,
thenco south 80 clialna, weit 811 ohains, north 80
chains, east 80 ohains to point of commencement.
Dated Juno 18th, 1906.
GUS LUND, Locator,
NOTICE.
Notice la hereby glren that thirty ilayi after
date 1 Intend In apply lo the Chief r.nninliiloner
til Landa and Vt'nrki lore iperlal llcenae to cut
and carry away timber from the folltmlng deicrlh.
ed Inntli situate on the Shuswap Hirer, Yale diatrict, 11. 0,1
1, Commencing at a poit planted about three-
fourth! ol a mile aouth uf the north weat enrnar til
IM ions, thence nurth I<0 chains, thence eaat III
chalna, thence aouth SO chalna, thence weit SO
chalna, thence south 80 ehalm, thence eait 10
chalna to point ol commencement,
2. Commencing at a poit planted als.ul one
anil one-fourth tullei south ul the nnrlh weat corner pi Lot 8818, thence woat 161 clialns, thence
niirtli ill chaini, tlience eaat IN chalna, thence
south 10 clialna to point ol t-iiuunuueeinent.
llnteil M«)Slllli, 100
J. BARKY.
a. Commencing at a pint planted aliout two
ninl „ne-f,,iirtli iinln aouth ol the north weat our.
nor of IM 1818, thence nurth 80 clialna, tlience
neat SI) clialna, thenee aouth 80 chains, thence
etiat sileliiiiiis to puint nf commencement.
I. Commencing at a poat planted about two
aatl fourth miles Irani (he north weit comer ol
I.„t 8818, thence west 40 chalna, thenoe aouth 100
clialna, tlience weat 40 clialna, thenoe north 80
clialna, theuce eaat SO chnlns, thence nnrtli 80
elinlns tu point of culiimeltceini'llt.
Ilatetl May Mlh, 1U00.
C. M. HYMONS.
J. Barry, Isicatur,
(i. CuiiiniencluK »t n pint nbuut flee miles uortli
ninl tineliall mils ciiat nl the nurth went conier ol
Lut 2818, llienee weat 100 chalna, nurth 40 chalna,
east 100 elinlns, anlltli lo chalna to point of com'
nieiioeiiient.
ii. Commencing at a pint planted nbout Ave
miles north and oimhall mile eait nf then t.h
weat crner,if IM 8818, Italia, weat ISO cliains,
tienoe aouth lu ohnlna, thence eait ISO ohalna,
theuce north ,0 chalna lo point of cuiiiiii.-noui.it-.it.
Dated Hay iKIth, WW.
J. IHBIIY.
7. (.'oiiniienolnij at a pnsl pliufed aUitit one
uille nortli ol llmlwr limit wo, ' enoe norlli sll
chain, thence eaat 80 chains, (henceaouth80
clialna, thence weat w. chalna (c point nl commencement.
8 CommenomgatapoatalHiiit one mite nurth
ul Umber limit SMI, thenoo auuth SUohahu, thenoe
eaat 80 chalna, thence mirth 80 ohalm, thence
west 80 ohalna tu pnlnt uf commencement.
». (.'i.miaeiHiliig at a poit planted aliout all
mllei north nl th. nurih .aat onrner of IM 8818,
thence eait 80 ehalm, snutli 80 chain,, well M
chain., thenee north 80 ohalna In point nl commencement.
Dated May milli, 1906,
C. Hi SYMONS,
  J. Barry, Lnoatnr.
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Commencing at a poll plante ortie "»»'
River near Tele Jaune Cache and niarked "N.
T Edwardi'aud K.A. Bliokuiorc'e southiweit
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eul HO eha na, thence south HO chalna. thence
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Conlalnlng Ml acres more or lew.
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ll. A. BLACKH0RK.
Certificate of Improvements.
2TOTICE
Adiinturiir, Iron nuke, Watchman, Outlook nnil
sunshine mineral elnlnia, sltualf In the Arrow
Uko Mining Dlvlalon nf Weal Kootenny Diatrict.
Where loeated-.-On the nortli aide ol I'liiuatoii
Creek, Blmut s mllea west nl Arrow I jike.
Take notice thai I, John llruiuiunlnl Amleniiii,
P 1.8  ol Trull   II. (!•, agent lor Tliiiinna Abriel,
p'm'c n„. homw Rlolianl flinlth, r.M.ii. No.
WW, Will KI1li.lH.tll Hcnlt. l'.M.C So, BBMIIIJI,
InSnil illty days lion the date herenl, tna|i|ily
tn the Mining lleceriler Inr(lirtlBcalns ol linnr,,,.-
miata, Inr the miipnse ot obtaining Crown Omuls
ol the Above claims. ,,        .
And further take notice that notion, iiiiiIit section «7, must be cominenred Itctnre the lisiianee of
surh UertUcatea ol Improvements,
D.Udi)l*,l.»thd.yoU«n.,mNDKlwof(
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As nn iibservuiii gentleman who was
visiting tlicili-iiic! remarked to lis:—
"I can see in sight nn income of $7,000
to $8,000 a yenr in Mr. Kiniplon from
Hint orchard lie is raising," and things
certainly look that wny.
Mr. Iviinpt<.11 bus also u corsider-
able. area ul hind in potatoes, gtain
ami hay, nnd bis farm nnd orchard arc
ii credit to hi-i Industry and persever
unci'. He iulcuils starting a nursery
which will be n boom to the district
as it will secure a supply ol home
grown stock, practically acclimatised,
and growers cun depend upon being
supplied with varieties liest suited to
the district.
The Church ol England here is one
of the best equipped and furnished
churches in the diocese, the books and
furnishings having come from old St.
Paul's, London, England, and lorm an
interesting relic in church history.
Tuey were supplied by London St.
Paul's on thn representations ol n
brother-in-law ol Rev. A. St. G.
Smythe, who is connected with St.
Paul's. Mr. Smythe wai instrumental
in the organisation of the church and
successfully conducted the affairs ol
the parish in the luce of many dilliculties.
ATHAIMER.
C. f artwright, who used to conduct
McMurdo House nt Carbonate, south
ol (inldt n, is doing well us landlord ol
the Atbalmer House. He is as big a
rustler as ever. He scccutly sold a line
farm on the west side of the lnke to
Mr Gospel, the Government provincial auditor, who was struck with the
beauty ol the location, and fertility ol
the soil and looks forward to enjoying
himsell in this locality at some future
time. Mr. Cartwright is now clearing
sufficient of the Ailulmer townsite in
which he is interested to make a race
track, and it is intended to have a
race meet there shortly. Mr. Cart
wright contemplates putting up a new
hotel building at Athalmer.
Joseph Lake conducts a general
store business, and is a great favorite
with the people in the district. He
has purchased a ranch about seven
miies down the lake on the wist side
nnd is making a beautiful place of it.
The Columbia River Lumber Company have built big stores and ware
house here for supply of their lumber
campB operating on Toby and Horse-
thief Creeks and back ol the lakes.
R. S.Gallup has a pretty home on
the lake shore, but intends going in
for ranching and has purchased 2000
acres ol excellent land from the C. P.
R. on tbe north side of Horsethief
Creek.
Another pretty location on tbe lake
shore is that ol J. H. Taynton, who
combines ranching with brick makings
His brick making plant is very complete, including a dry press, and he
turns out an excellent article from
clay on the lake shore. He is also
going in Ior Iruit growing and has
planted out an orchard which looks
well and gives promise ol good returns.
In apples the varieties grown are:
Yellow Transparent, Duchess ol Olden-
burgh, Wealthy, Bismarck and Siberian crabs, and Tetufl'sky, a Russian
apple. In pears, tho Koonce, a Russian variety. In cherries the varieties
grown are: Vladimir, Ostlieme anil
Montmorency. Mr. Taynton thinks
the Montmorency will prove the beat
cherry for this section, and fears a success cannot be made of the growing of
sweet cherries in that section. In
plums, Mr. Taynton is growing Moore's
Arctic, Lombard and Wild Goose. He
thinks the Blue Pearmain will do well
in this district. To our astonishment
Mr. Taynton is making a success of
growing the quince, the variety in his
orchard being the Champion. Gooseberries, raspberries and currants do
well. He urges that water be kept
away Irom Iruit trees in lall and considers many fruit trees are injured by
want of this precaution,
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VANCOUVER, -  •  B. C.
NOTICE.
Notice li hereby Riven that thirty days afler
date I Inteud to apply to the Hen. Chiof Com
inissionur of Lands and Works for a special
license to nut and carry away timber from Uie
following described lands.
1. Commending at a post planted on the
east bank of the north fork of Fife creek about
ft1/, miles above the forks and marked "E. P,
H.'s north west corner post," ihence east 40
chains tlience south lOOchains, tlience west 40
chains, thence north 100 chains to point of
commencement.
2. Commencing at a post planted on I he
east bank of thc north fork of Mfc creek abuut
51 miles above the forks and marked "E. P.
H.'s north east corner post" thence west 4n
chains, thenee south 1G0 chains, thencu east 40
chains, thence north 160 chain* to point of
commencement
3, Commencing at a post planlcd on the
east bank of the north fork of Fife creek about
Mi miles above the forks and marked < K, P,
H.'s south west corner post," thence east 80
chains, thence north to chains, thence wcstiiO
chains, thence south no chains to pointof
commencement.
4, Commencing at a post planted on the
east bank of the uorth fork of Fife creek, about
.v., miles above the forks and marked'-£. P.
H's south east corner post," thence \vcBt4u
chains, thence north itin chains, thence east 40
chains, thence south 160 chains to pointof
commencement.
ft. Commencing at a post vented on the
west bank of the north lork of Fife creek about
8 miles above the forks and niarked "Iv P II,'s
south east corner post," theuce west -in chains,
thence north UK) chains, thence east -in chuius,
thence suulh 1GU chains to point of commencement.
0 Commencing at a post planted on the
west hank of the nortli fork of Fife creek .shout
8 miles above thc forks and marked "li. P, ll.'s
south west corner imst," thence east so chain*-,
thence north VJU chains, tlience west -40chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west -lu chaius,
thence soutlHO chains to pointof commencement.
7. Commencing at a post planlcd on Ihe
west bank of the north fork of Fife creek abuut
8 miles above llie foiks and marked "K, P. H.'s
nortli easl eorner post," theuce east 80 chains,
thence south 80 ehains, (hence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to pilnt of commencement,
8, Commencing at a post planted on the
west bank ol the north fork of Fife creek aboul
9'i miles above the forks and markod "E. P.
H/ssouUi east eorner post," thence west40
chains, thence norlh I0O chaius, theuce cast 40
chains, theuce souih nm chains to point ol
commoncomont.
!>. Commencing at a post planted on the
west bank of the north fork of Fife creek about
9|i miles above (he forks and marked • E, P.
H.'s south west corner post," thence east 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thenco west
80 chains, tlience soulh 80 chains to poinl of
commencement.
Dated June Itttli, 1000,
Jy7 K, P, HENRY.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Golden Kngle Mineral Claim, situate in the Arrow
Luke Mining Division of Knoteuay district.
Where lneated-Ailjilining Mineral City Town-
site.
TAKK NOTICK lhat, I. Kenneth I,. Unmet,
agent for Mrs, Kllen McDmignhl, of Nnkiisp, Froo
Miner'.-, Certificate No. Hffliflifl, intend, sixty dnys
from the date hereof, to apply to llm Mining Recorder for a Ceitilk-iitt- of Improvements, for tlio
purpose of obtaining a Crown (limit of the above
claim.
And further take notice thnt action, under section 87, must lie commeipeil liefore the Issuance
of such Certificate of Improvements,
Duteil this Mth iliiynf April, 1000,
augl KKNNKTII 1,, BUKNKT.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby rIvo-i that thirty days
date wc Inteud lo apply to tho Chief
Commissioner of l.iiiuls and Works for a
special license io cut and curry away timber
from the following described lands, situate in
the Osoyoos Division of Yato District:-
Ci.iiunciiciiigiU a post marked "Snin Hill's
norlh wosl corner post." plnuled on tho south
hank of tho north fork of Cliorry Creok, and
about ono mile uhnvo tho forks of the norlli
foil, running east 80 chains, thonce south Nl
clmins, tlience worn, 80 chnlns, thonce norlh SO
cliains to point of coiiimciiccmoiit,
luicil Muv -mih, linn*.
HAM HILL.
Ciiimnciiciiig ul a post marked *' I >. Wunlscy's
norlh cast corner post," planted on the south
bank of Cherry ('reek, nboul. threo milos abovo
Die forks of the north fork of Cherry Cm-1;,
running west 80chains, south 80chains, cast 80
clmins, norlh 80 chains to point of coiuiuciice-
menl,
Dntcd May 2IHI), 1IKK1.
1). WOOIjSBY,
Coinmeiiclng ntn post niarked "A. McCron's
norlli west corner posl," nlnnlcd ou lliu south
bank of the norlli fork uf Cliorry Creek, anil
about three milos above tho forks of the north
fork, running cost 80 chains, soulh 80 chains,
west m ohains, north 80 chains lo point of
con iiieiiccmciil,.
Di.ied May SILh, IINNI.
,120 A. MoCHKA.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that sixty days aftof
date we intond to apply to the Chief Coin*
misslonerof Land* aud Works for permission
lo purchase tbe following described lands In
the district of West Kootenay:
Commonolng at a post planted twenty chains
west from the northeast coruer Of' ot JlMO and
marked "lllg Heud Lumbe Company's south*
wesl corner post," thence north fl i chains,
Ibenco cant 40 chains, thenco south fl.ri chains
more or less to the lake shore, thence west
alongshore to south east corner of IjoMMD,
thence north 7 ohains to north east cornor ol
Lot 4040, thenee west 20 chaius to point of commencement.
BIQ BEND LUMBER CO,, LTD.
Dated July 2nd, 1906,
Jyft
J. R. Thornton
ASSOCIATION BILL POSTER
For City ol Revelitoke.
MOM, WTTOHITRUMERI, Show Car*
1. coiiinieiii-ing at a post marked "ii. lion-
noil)'a north wosl corner post," planted nboul
11 miles north frnm M-yinuur Creek ittul nboul
•J miles west of tho weal bank of the Columbia
Kiver, Ihence BOUlli 80 chains, |hence ensl Ml
chains, thonco norlli so chains, thenco west mi
cliains to the point of commencement,
2, Coniineiicim; al. a posl. planted about Ij
miles norlh from Seymour Creek and about 2
milos west from the wesl, hunk of tlie Columbia River and marked "H. Donnelly's south-
wesl corner post," thonoo north 80 chains,
llienei: cast 80 i-lmilis, Micuce kouIIi SO chains,
Ihenee wesl 80chains In I he poinl of commencement.
.'i, Commonolng at a post planted about li
miles north from Boyinour Crook and ubout 2
miles west of iho west bank of the Columbia
River and marked "H. Doiinolly's north oubI
corner prist," theuco west SO cliiiins, llienco
soulli su chains, thence easl so ehuins, thonoo
iiiiiili KO ohnilis to! lu; point of commencement.
i. Commencing at a post plnuled ubout 11
miles north from Seymour Creek nnd about 2
miles wesl from Lho west, bank of tlie Columbia
River nnd murked "II. Donnelly's south east
corner posl," thence west 80 chains, Ihence
north Su chains, Ihence ens! 80olinlus, thonce
soulh 80 chains to tlio poinl of commence menl.
i'i, Commencing at a post planted about IU
miles nnrtli of Seymour Creek and about8
miles wesi from Ihe west bank of the columbin
Rivor and marked "II Donnelly's north cast
corner post," thenee south 80 ehnins, thenci-
west 80 chains, tbenee north 80 chains, tlience
cast so chains in tlie point of commencement
ii. Commonolng at a post planted about Ik
miles north or Seymour Creek uiul aboul B
miles west from Ihe wesl hank of die Columbia
Kiver and marked "11. Donnelly's south-east
comer post," thoneo north 80 chains, ihence
west 80 chains, Ihouco south so chains, theuce
cast SO chains to tlit! point ol coinmuuieiticiii
I.nnili'il'.Mh June, HHNi,
7. Commencing al a post planted about 2Jjj
miles not lb nf Hcymnur Crook and about 8
miles wesl frnm the west bank ol Columbia
River and marked "fl. Donnelly's south easl
corner post," ihence north SO chains, thenci
wosl Sl) chains, thenco south 80 chains, thoiioc
cast 80 chains In the point uf commencement.
8. Commencing at n post planted about3^
miles north of Seymour Greek and 2 miles
wesl from the west hank ol tbe Columbia
Kiver nud marked " 11, Donnelly's north west
corner post," theuce soulh 80 chains, thence
ensl so chains, ibeuce norlh 8U chains, thence
west 8i) chains to the point ol commencement,
0, Commencing ala post planted about 8U
miles norlh from Seymour Creek and about I
mile west Irom tbe west bnnk of tlie Columbia
lllver niarked "H. Donnelly's snutli east corner post," theuce north 80 chains, thence west
8(1 chains, tbenee south 80 chains, thence east
so chains to the point of commeiiceincnl.
Located Uth June, 1900,
10. Commencing al a post planted at a point
about opposite Keystone Creek and aboutU
chains west Irom tbe west hank of tne Ctlum-
bia River and marked "H. Donnelly's south
east corner post," thenee north 80 chains,
tlience west 80 chains, thence south BO chains,
thence eust 80 chains tothe pointof com*
mencoment. '
Located 12th June, 1906.
11. Coinmeiiclng at a post planted on thc
west bank ol Frisby Crook about V4 miles
west from the Columbia Kiver and marked
"H. Donnelly's soutli east corner post," theuco
north 80 chains, thenoe west 80 chains, theuco
south 80 chains, thence oast 80 chains to the
point of commencement.
12. Commencing at a post planted on the
west bank of Frisby Creek nbout l1/* miles
west from the Columbia River ami marked
"H. Donnelly's north east corner post," tbenee
south 80 chaius, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence cast 80 chains to the
point of commeucemeut.
Located 13th June, 1906.
18. Commencing at a post planted about'/i
mile west from ibe wesl bank of tbo Columbia
River about opposite the south boundary of
Lot 3414, Uroup 1, Kootenay District, aud
marked "H Douiielly'ssoutheastcorner post,"
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thonce soulh 80 ehuins, thence cast Hn chains
to the point of commencement.
14. Commencing at a post planted about V%
mile wesl from the west bank of the Columbia
River about opposite the south boundary of
Lot 3414, Croup 1, Kootenay Distriot, and
marked -H, Donnelly's north east corner
post," theuce south 80 chains; theuce west 80
chains, Ihence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains tn tbe point ol commeucemeut.
Located 11th June, 1900,
H  DONNELLY.
NOTICE.
NOTICK is hereby given Uml 60 days after
date 1 intend to apply to tho Honourable
tho Chief Commissioner of hinds and Works
for permission to purchase the following described lands in the West Kootonay district,
wesl side of Upper Arrow hike:
Commcncim-; at u post about three miles
south of Fosthall creek, and about 1 milo from
tbe hike, marked "Thomas Webster's south
cast comer," at thu north east coruer of M.C.
Slye's application to purchase; Ihence north 40
clmins, more or less, to tbe lake shore; thence
following said shore in n general northerly
and westerly direction 10 cbnins, moro or less,
lo tin.- south boundary uf A. K. Hammond's
application to purchase; thence west iio chains,
more or less, to the cast boundary of U M.
Johnstone's application to purchase; thence
soulh 80 chains; tlienco cast si chains to point
of commencement., containing lilu acres, more
or less,
Daled this 12th day of June, PMi.
THOMAS WKHSTKK,
I'er Ralph Slye, Agent,
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that. 30 days afler date we
intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of
Lauds nnd Works for a special license to cut nml
carry away timber from the following described
laiuls, situated iu West Kootenny district;
1, Commencing at a post planted aboui one
mile nortti from flic north-west comer of K. A
-. block, Si.il, ami marked "Rig Heud Lumber
Company'* south east corner post," thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
soulh 80 clialns, theuce east 8o chains lo puint
of commencement.
2. Commencing nt a post planted about one
mile north from the north west coruer of K. A
S, block Mil), and mnrkeil "liig Rend Luinbtr
Company's nortli enst corner post," thence
west 80 chains, Ibeuce soulli no eliuiiis, theuce
ensl 80 chains, theuce north su ehains to point
ol commencement,
Dated June 18th, 190(1.
BIU HKND LUMBER CO, LTD.
Notice is hereby given that 8Q days nfter ilntc, we
inteud to apply lo the Hon. Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a speciul licence tn nil ami
carry away timber from llie following (Inscribed
lands, situated in West Kootenay District;
1. Commencing at a post planted about two
miles west from Raiinock Point on Upper Arrow Lake ami marked "II. II. L, Co's southeast
corner post," thence north 80 chains, thence
weit 80 chains, theuce south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement,
2. Commencing at a post planlcd about
three miles west from ilaimoek Pnlnl on Upper Arrow Lake and marked "II. IJ. L Co's
south east corner post," theuco north do
chains, thence west80 chains, theuce south so
chains, thence east 80 chains lo point nf coin
me nn-me nt.
Dated June 18th, 1900.
111(1 HKND LUMBER CO., LTD.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELTSOKE, B. O.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given I hat HO days afl or date, I
inteini in apply to the Hon. cliief Commissioner
of Latiits ami Works fin* a special licence to eul
nnd carry timber from thefnltowlllg described
lands, situated Iii Wost Kootonay district, Upper
Arrow hikes;
Commonolng ul a post planted ono mile
nnrlh of the south wesi comer of LotSUS im\
marked "J, W, Foley's south easl corner,"
thence north 100 ehuins ihence west lOchalmi,
llienee smith Uio chains, Ihence east lo chains
to polul of ('oniincncemei)l,
Dated 18th June, 1900.
J. W, IOLI.V.
LAND NOTICE
NOTICK IS HKRKItY OIVK11 thai sixty days
after date I intend to apply to tin- Hon, Chief
Ciuiiiiifssioiier of Lauds and Works for permission
to purchase the following descillHid lauds In thu
West Kootenay district, west side of Upper Armw
lakeahoiitoiie-hnlf mile soulh of Fostliall creek.
Commencing at a post mnrked, " W. W. hick's
si'iilli east corner," at the smith wost corner of I,.
802, thenco north 40 chains, along thu west boundary of li. 862; thenee west 120 ehaiiis; thencu south
80 chains; thenco east 40 chains, more or less to
the wesl, boundary of A. Dolleiimeyur's application
to purchase: thonce north 40 chains, more or luss
to the north west corner of A, Dollenmoyer's
application to purchase; thencu east 80 chains
umre or less to point of ODnmencutnont, 040 acres
Dated May t8,1900.
W. W. LOCK,
Per. T. C. Makfnson. agent.
NOTICE
Null,-,, la lioroliy nl vnn tlim Oil ilays alter due
11nlen,I tn tnaltu tij,|,ll,-,itl„]i to till)Clilt'l Com-
mlialoiier ol Lsiiifi,". Worki (or iiernilaaltin to
piimliRie the lollowliiK ilcacrilieil land situate
III tlm Woat Kootonay illatrliitnl Hrlllali ctil-
ninl,i<i on tlio weat alile of Arrow Laku In lliu
1-nsiliiill Valley:
("niiiliiulliiliiK ut 11. Nldliol'a smitli tvesl (ior-
imr, llionoo woat H chaini, thnnco ninth W
chalna, thonce cut HO chalna, tin-ore north 40
clialna to point ol commencement, to contain-
litklll!U m-rt'l iitttit, Or leal
Datetl Ihu 20th day ol Juno, 1000.
J. s. MOHKIKON,
Jyl for H. J, Harlow, Agent
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Heat chance ever tillered tn secure some ol the finest Residential
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sit's overlooking the City,—fine garden soil and sheltered (rom
prevailing winds.
Plane and Prlcee at my Offloe.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT.
KEVELSTOKE, B. 0. -NOW   ON   AT-
reid & Younsr&s STORE
If You Doubt the Genuineness of this Sale, please
Call and Investigate for Yourself Our Prices.
We Need the Money and  Must Havs It, to make
Good Our Fire Losses at Arrowhead.
Come   Now Before the Best   of  the Stock   Has
Been Picked Over and Sold.
REID & YOUNG
Real Live Bargains
On   Every   Counter.
REID & YOUNG
i|t i*$i $ i|i i$ t|i i|i t|i ifr $9 tfr <"H"H»t'» $ 'I' 'I' 't'«H"frf
KKI.I' VOUR
Feel Off Your
By not letting them trouble you.    They  won't  il you
use TOOT ELM or ALLEN'S FOOT EASE,  We keep it.
j Canada Drug & Book Co.. Limited $
DIED.
Edwards—At Revelstoke, B. C, on
Sunday, July 22, 1900. .Mrs. C,
Edwards, agul (iH years.
Local and General.
Miss Bourne hasacoepted n positkin
in the lied Cross Drug Store.
G. M. Clink is arranging to build a
house on Second Street, next the Drill
Hall.
Mis. Dunn, wile of Thos. Dunn, Ior-
merly of Comuplix, died at Vancouver
last week.
Aid. Tapping returned Saturday
from a business trip through Enst
Kootenay.
Russell Sage, the New York millionaire, died un Sunday. He lelt a fortune ol $75,000,001).
Owing to absence ul members the
baud will not play its usual open air
concert on Friday night.
The man arrested at Couiaplix Insl
week lor criminal assault on a little
girl ,,f six years will come up fur trial
today.
Billy Pulcifer was yesterday sentenced bv l'tilice Magestratc Gordon
to one year's imprisonment lor forgery
and theft,
A bowling match wns played lust
night between teams representing the
C. P. R. and the C, B, Hu-.-a Co., the
former team winning by HUH pins.
Miss olive 11,,bins,,ii. the 16-year-
nld daughter ol Mr and Mrs J. E.
Robinson, of Chilliwack, committed
suicide by taking n large dose of laudanum on Sunday afternoon.
An order ill-council wns passed Sat
urday, awarding to tbe British Columbia Marine Railway Company, ol
Esquimau, the contract lor the construction of the hydrographio steamer
to be used on tbe Paoific. Tbe contract price is $14:1.000, The tender ol
the Victoria Machinery Company wns
$101,000. The tender of the Poison
company was over 1202,000,
The worst fleet ric storm ol the season passed over the eity on Sunday.
During the afternoon the mountains
were a sight to see. Tbo lightning
flashed through the dark clouds hanging around the peaks The lightning
struck in six different places on the
mountain above the power bouse and
in each case -et lire to the trees, which
were Boon ablaze On tin- Bide ol
Mount Begbie the lightning set fire in
a number ol places, and a flash put
out a Ure "ii Mount Victoria. Tbe
rain following the electric display put
out tin- flres belore sny dam igc to timber had been done.
Leave your orders early for Apricots
and Peaches loi preserving, a* the
supply is nol expected to be very large
thi- lesson—C B Hume & Co,
Fresh Citrate
of Magnesia
This agreeable and efficient laxative, so often pre
scribed by physicians and
so very frequently used by
those knowi ng of its
virtues, Every bo,ttle
purchased here will be
found dear and sparkling.
35c.
Rev, Dr, Neill of Westminster
Church, Toronto, to ii Calgary Herald
reporters, few days ago'said; "lam
impressed with the (not that Canadians do not mnke enough uf llieir
lings. The Americans emphasized
theirs, and he believed that the new
elements which were coming into
Western Canada shuulil know the ling
nml the Ine institutions which it represents. There was nothing to him in
the eastern gossip about the annexation of the Wost. The Americans
were satisfied under our Hag, and thoy
liked Canadian institutions,"
A report cuiiics from Yoi'ktiiii.Knsk ,
which gucs to indicate that the Douk-
boliors have uguin broken out of their
settlement, forsaken their homos and
belongings, and set out on one of their
liiiinticnl pilgrimages. The authorities, whu were doubtless well prepared
lur such a niuve, lust nu time in showing tho Doukhobors that tbey must
abide by British law in order to be-
enme British citizens. Thirty-eight
ol tlie ring-leaders found themselves
curtailed by tho Mounted Police, nnd
subsequently were sentenced tu a
year's term in tho pcnilontiary.
We understand Hint Chiniimon are
gelling from $1.50 to $200 por dny in
oni- lugging camps. II that is theoiisa
there is little wonder that farmorslind
it impossible to get help lu look nfter
the crops, and no wonder that tho
Chinese hold up employers of labor
fur big wages. Thousands of men in
the custom provinces are working for
$1 nml $1.26 per day nnd keeping large
families. We do nol believe in low
wages, but we do believe that while
nun should have thc preference, over
Mongolians every time, and something
must be dune to get the white man to
put ibis country ahead. Every citizen
and every employer ol labor Bhould
look into this all important matter
mil use every possible influence to
bring white emigrants here,—Cowicb-
iin Leader.
An alarm was turned in from  Bi t
,. 7 about one o'clock this morning
to No. - Fire Hull, which aroused the
neighborhood, The Brigade boys
were prompt in turning out and were
n  on   ilm scene    r,i    thi    Iir
which proved to be  Hobson &   Bell's
Bakery, where smoke was seen issuing
i-,,in  the building, il » i
Bonn    wood    which   had   beei    - ll
in the oven over night catching fire,
Sayn a Nt-I- -I ,I,-spat,'It      It   - i, .
rumored in  pulitical circles that the
nexl provinci I ■ lection will be rushed
alter a shurl sei ion ol the I., gislatun
held . irly in the year to come    Can
did itt     ib   i. -.-!- •  ire I eii
named, I'r II ill nnd  - -   I
the Liberal   side the latter probably
being  men ti d  us  i possible independent while ihe Conservative choiei
i-   I;   $   I.-a nil    oi   possih    i- - -
-t.tik-y    The --"■■ ilist candidate wi l
l» Ueui-ge 1 li mill.. i    -      -        tnd
protuinenl rancher.
Social and Persona!
Mi-    I. Graham, nl  Oalgn
il,,- city on n visit tn rel itives,
Geo,  8    Mel 'nrtei   n turned    Is il
nighl from n business trip tn No'ann,
I   ll. Biker, mnnagei of the  \     -.
Iii-.i,l brunch ol the Imperial Hunk, is
in tin  citj  in charge uf the I I -
branch here during Mr.  Phipps1 ah
-(-,.,■■• at the roast.
Mrs. MoKittriok, .Mrs. Melrose nnil
Mrs. Matson, ul liiiliaiia|„,li*.aii,l Mrs.
,nsley nud daughter, ol Manslleld, O.,
hli mi Monday morning on a trip
through the Lardeati.
A. E, Phipps, manager uf the Im
pi-rial Bank, left on Saturday night
for Viincouvoi*.  Mr. Phipps' nephew,
mill of .1. O, BotlWell, of Vancouver,
wns one of the victims of the accident
to the tug Chehalis on tho narrows at
Vancouver on Saturday afternoon.
Business Locals.
Try Bews' mosquito bite cure.
Pleases evory smoker  the "Maroa
Vuelta."
Use Bews' Insect Powder to kill
mosquitoes,
Wnll paper, window shades and
ourtiiin fixtures, at C. II. llunie k Co.
Good discount for rash on all furniture at .lohn E, Wood's.
A choice line ol Luce and Tapestry
Curtains at C. B. llunie & Cu's
Headquarters for carpets, linoleums.
Hour oils, at John E. Wuud, furniture
store.
Carpets and Linoleums, choice
colors and designs, nt C. II. Hume A
Co's.
We have still a few gu-onrts left
which you can hnve nl n bargain nt
John E, Woud's.
Just received at It. Howson k Co.
Furniture Store a shipment of Linoleums; pretty patterns.
Bargains in Men's Oxfords, Patents
and Dongolu kids at $2.75, all sizes,
0. li. llunie il* Cu., Ltd.
A line of new up-to-diilc summer
neckwear and soft collars at 0. Ii.
Hume & Co's.
.1. M. Dtiyle, of P. Ruins k Cu., is
un n business trip tu Troul l.nke City.
THE LATE  MRST EDWARDS.
A wide circle ol friends will regret
the ti  n ii-,- nt nl III,-ili-alb  fSIrs
(' Edwards, which occurred at the
r, sidence ol Mr. diss. Hulton on Sun-
,1 iy morning, The deceased lady lias
In en a great sufferer for some time,
a ,| while her death was nnl unexpected, the aiuionncenionl that she bad
passed away on Sunday morning woi
receiv il with keen Burrow I y ihe many
Iriends here. The I >te Mrs Edwards
Im- bi en n resident of th ■ city for
m my years, snd is we I known
through ml the town and district. By
her lovable nature and ko dness - i
hearl sh,- endeared hcrsi II lo many
friends here, who w II loi j, cln ish liei
memory for Ibe many n i le qualities
ihe possessed. To the - ■ ■ ived Bons
and ,1 tughters the M m ■ Hi B.u.njoins
- i u • !,.:■ . .• ■ :
mg to them their syiti| in liy in iheir
-   :    ■ :■ a  .   . .    ■
1 ■
I ,    . •■ - Un. I   Ed
.   . ice -    -
. -   [Mr   '   I Mrs. H   len
>     -  -    ---■    irhei ., -
.,  - •-   ■     I,. ■
il i.
!:,        *,  ,
preached the I n - ce both al
, ...   ittendat citi -- ni
among Ihem  being m my nld timers,
....     din In,,.« her
|i n,, bi re
a,,,I • li   were there I        t> iheir re-
ipi <■!   ind esteem tu one v, bom they
learned   tn  honor and Inve lor ln-r
inn;  womanlj qualities
- - .    md ai-,ninl the c u ket  were
inl,-,I ,1, jreat profit        : -   wreaths
i ... Ml- ., i i keil - -, iili-ii, -.-
,,l the bigl  tin  deceased
-
I'll,-  ,.11 Messrs  T
Ivilpatrinli IV. Cowat   I   I- ■, -     1,0
flnrhi     I   Mi ■       K. II. V
CLEAN THEM OUT.
t m, iber ol arrest-, i  -1 made
nf vagrantB within tin ti - -
past week, who nre npjln fore the mag.
islrnli-  today to ibow can-,-    With
the  enoi I. -,, ,,,,|   for laborers
I'lluii lo keep Ihem uill iu decent
In,ninl- Vigorous iiclimi should he
tnken by lho niitlinrilies to rid the
country of this class and where possible the limit ol the law should only he
considered when Ihey are brought up
lur trial.
NAKUSP.
Ki'nni Din- IJtvn I 'orreapondont.
The work train has arrived in town
ami will resume work near Nakusp,
Mr. and Mrs. F, Wensley and family
who have been on their ranch at Box
Lnke, have returned to town.
Miss Logan, whn has been visiting
Mrs. E.J. Hangs, has left for the
coast.
A crowil from Nakusp spent Sunday
at Halcyon and report an enjoyable
time.
Rev. Mr. Brown ol New Denver exchanged pulpils with Rev. Campbell
NOTCH* HILL.
Ki-iini inn i,wn I'liri'i-siiiitiilcnt..
Some guild mips ul buy are being
cut. this yenr and every available man
is lieing employed in llnish the work
lieltire the went lur changes.
An electric storm ol exceptions
violence burst uver the lake last Sunday evening. Heavy bunks of ominous looking clouds bad been gathering
during the day and tbe smell uf ozone
was distinctly noticeable in the uir,
The storm burst- nt 7 ]i in. and raged
for several hours, raising a heavy spii
nn tlie lake. Morris Bros.1 motor boat
buttled iigainsl it lor some time unlil
a leak iu the gasoline pipe necessitated
tlie beaching of the boat through the
surf, which wus accomplished safely.
Several Irees were struck by lightning
which wns very vivid nnd close to llie
earth.
Funds are being raised by llie Roman Catholic denomination for the
or. ct imi of a church.
C. Jardine's fine new barn is Completed nnd makes a very imposing
show.
WALTER BEWS. - Phm.B.
Druggist and Stationer,
next (lit- Hume blitek,
Mini Otden Receive Prompt Alton tion.
No Medicated Cigars
Sold Here
Our Stock  is  kepi  pure and fresh,
li moves too Insi in become shop worn,
BROWN S CIGAR STORE
Cigars, Pool, Confectionery, Ico Cream Sodas
Employment Office
WHAT APPLES TO PLANT.
Mr. Maxwell Smith's Advice to
Fruit Growers of the
Province.
In a circular letter just issued, Mr.
Maxwell Smith, Dominion Fruit In-
-pector, says:
I mn frequently nsked what variety
il apples I should advise planting in
tlie Okiuiagaii Valley nnd other districts in British Coluinbin having similar climatic and soil conditions, that
I hnve prepared the following list, and
while there ti re, of course, it number ol
itbci* good varieties, I cun, with a reiis-
onohle degree u[ confidence, rectini-
iiiiiil the following ns niuiiey makers:
Duchess uf Oldenburg, Wealth, Me-
ntusli Red, Gravtnsteiii,C x'sOrange
Pippin, Fiunciise, Northern Spy, Esco-
|,.is-S|iilzeiibiirg, Jonathan, Delicious,
.Stayninii, Winesap, Yellow Newton
Pippin
OI llic.e twelve, o.ght are highly
colored varieties of rare beauty, viz,
Duchess of Oldenburg, Wealthy, Mcintosh Red, Fa.neuse. Eseopus S|,itz-
jiiburgh, Jonathan, Delicious and
Stuyman Winesap, but the other I ur-
viz., Gravenstein, Cox's Orange Pip,
pin. Northern Spy and Newton's Yellow Pippin possess suoh excellent qualities, and are so well known in the
markets of the world, that I hardly
think ue can leave them out ol tbe
lis!. I should like to puint out nlso
that the keeping qualities ol these 12
varieties see fairly m-ll indicated by
the "i,l-i in which ihey are named]
beginning with the Duchess o! Olden-
burgb. which dues not keep successfully longer lhnn the end of September, and ending with the Yellow New-
on Pippin, which, under proper con-
■•■-.•    i,-. be kepi over till May.
1 n, re are lour ol these varieties,
Cox's Orange Pippin, Escopns
urgh Stayman Winesap nnd
i- - Newton Pippin, concerning
i h - h pari icular can- Bhould be exercised io give the proper name when
ordering, ad there are inferior varieties
bearing similar names; that is to say,
then i 'range  Pippins, Spltzen-
burgbt,  Wiiii-sap. nml Newton Pip-
I in- which  ,i very interior quality
i,, the Cm Orange I* ppin, the Eseopus
•     - i -'an  Winesap and
Vell.ni Newton Pippin.
*,*, it le I submit the names ol twelve
-. irietief I bnuld nol advise any one
er to plat'  more than four of
m ! - ir convenience I shuulil
recommend dividing them into three
I   it as loll ii •
ip 1  -Stayman Winesap, Jobs
than, Vi eslth] and Duchess of iildun-
burgh
 ip 2—Delicious, Eseopus Spits-
enburgh, Kameuie, Mcintosh lt.-d.
p  H—Yellow Newton   Pippin,
■   ,. Spy i-l    - ,-', ill am!   Cox'i
Pippin.
In planting in orchard I should
strongly adviji sgainsl planting n
oh of nny one variety, The
reason [or Una is the advisability ol
getting different varieties: in close
proximity, w a. to render effectual
the operation of inti rpollinatlon by the
action ol wind snd honey gathering
Insects
I! uujn miuoummtn gnu.
To-morrow we begin our First Clearance Sale ol Summer Goods. We want all the
room in our Store for our large stock of Fall nnd Winter Goods, which will begin to
arrive next month, and Irom now until Saturday, August lltli, we will give you some
genuine bargains on all lines ol Summer Goods. Wc can oniy quote a few priceB here,
hut you wili find all Bargain Goods MARKED in plain figures.
l\ Hosiery
■;,->■:■
In Hosiery we have some great bnrgnins.
We have Ibe best line in town, nnd aro selling
Cotton Hose, Blnck nnd Tan—regular 25 cent
lines—at 15c. Gauge Lisle Hose at 25c, Luce
Hose, Black and Tan.     Regular Hue., now 25c.
Wash Goods
Great Savings here in Sensonublc Goods-
Mercerised Goods—Whito grounds with colored
dots und figures. Regular price, 35c. Now
25c.
Wash Muslins—A large variety. Regular
115c. to 50c.   Now only 25c.
Japanese Crepe—Regular 26c.   Now 17Jc.
Prints—A big line.    Regular 12ijo,    Now
10c.
White Cotton—9c. for 6c; 8c. for 5c
Wash Blouses
All Our Muslin Waists at One-Third Off.
Colored Waists, 50c. each.
Handkerchiefs
For this Sale we have bought 15 dozen
Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs. They
come J dozen in a box and we are soiling them
at 40c, 5tli'„, (iOc. and 75,!. per box.
Shoes, Shoes
Our Fall Stock is now on the way and wo
must have room for them. See our table of
$2.00 and $1100 Shoes. They sold (rom $3.00
tu $5.00.
Childrens' Shoes
The odd lines ol these must go and we
have some snaps for the early comers.
McLennan & Company
•iMltiliililiiill
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E.A. HAGCEN
Stock and Share Broker
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
FOR SALE
(Subject to confirmation)
I,IKIU Eureka Klc, payable in instill
nieiils. Engineers Report tuny be
seen al my nillce.
2,000 Nicola Coat—5c.
2,000 Western Oil—16c.
1,000 Intei national Conl 47c,
inn Dominion Copper—$8.00.
25 Canadian Marconi—$3,00,
50 American De Forrest Company
$1,60.
25 American De Forrest (preferred)
$o.oo.;
2,11(1(1 Diamond Vale Conl-24c.
l.WKl Rocky Mountain Development
72c.
151*1 Hiiwc Ktiuitd (lirittiiniii Minei
$7.50.
80 Dominion Trust—$190.
HI Dominion Trust—$180.
HKIB.C. Wire nnd Nail—$10.50.
25 Great West Permanent Loan and
Savings—$115.
2,ili*l National Consolidated.
1600 llcywooil Bros. Oil.
25(1 Crow's Nest Oil and Colli.
l,m\ Osnga Oil He.   (This stock piivs
.$1.1*1 per month per 1,000 shat-es.l
2,1**1 fled Mountain Con. Gold Mining
Cunipany.
100 Revelstoke & M j.Cullough Creek
Hydraulic -00c.
250 (liiul Noil hern Mines—20c
5,1**1 Hen trice-25c,
11*1 H.C. Packers $20.20.
25 Greal Wesl, Permanent, fully
paid. $110.
83 A. S. Burton Saw Co., $80.
I Dominion Permanent, $85,
Manhattan, Nevada Gold Mines 20c.
20,000 Prince.
WANTED TO BUY
(Subject to confirmation)
1,000 Ut'deau Mines,—lje,
10,000 Referendum- 6o,
5,01*1  Forty-Nine Creek Receipts-
,Jr.
,60.000 International Coal-48c.
5,1**1 White Beai--5e.
6,000 Pathfinder.
20 Canadian Marconi- $2.23.
OFFICb  Mackenzie Ave.
REVELSTOKE, H. ti
Nexl ('. P. R. Telegraphs.
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
ll.-.-r lli-ails, AlllmaN, Itlr,ls,   pith,  Kh'„
MOUNTED.
Animal i.-m-- Mi'imii-,1.
I' li BoxSI,
rlllltlloi   lll'I'IISITI*. I'. I).
ll.-v.-UI.. k.\ Il.C.
BUILDER
lilt nolo, Hollow  in-k    HUiilB, 11.1,-k or
I'liimi,  llitllilln, .  OIALKR in Cement, Mnn-,
,..,„ ,,i. Il,,ll„» 111,,,-k*. uiiii --ll,,-, i.„,Mm;- mn
...i.l..   .,11 l.l I ni,i,.in,I- Hut-final,
Pla.t.rlnK (.nd Plaaterlnif Stippllss a Sp.ol.lt,.
I'llHKS   ItlllllT.
E. C. FROMEY
NOTICK,
NOTICK I luralij si" 'in tSDrlaj i after tlats
I Intenil tn apply tn the Hon Chief I	
mi....hm ..i i.i,.,Imi,i,i Worki I,,. Mrmlialnntii
i„„,-l,.,-,-   tl„.   (nllowinK  ,|„.,ril,.,|  latiils   Iti ,hn
Waal |(, .„,,.,„:, Ol ..rl. I  i.„l,.,iii  lln-, nut .„!,. „f
I ppoi   lir-.M Luke
, ..Minn a, ai-, ,,l ., poll j,l.,i,,,.,l „l III,. nurth p„jt
,,,ri,M ,,i i,„, n.i. -ni'i iii,■!,,.,■ „„.,! iii,.iinin,
a,allll I'I,-Ita ins, m-I anil,nn. imrll. |0 rlinldl to
Ilia,-,- „( connnsnoimoiit,
Dated this 11 ' day nt July, nam
Illll CH 1   LAWSON,
Mrs, II,.I, lla.iliiiry. Manugress.
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
l.iirKti lliiiiiiK-Ksnii for
Hiilii(ll,,t*. Hni,I„na, ate.
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIBtST STREET, BEVELSTOKE
LAUNDRY WANTED
FOR C0MAPLIX
A illltalill I  lo rolll I llll a iprlitg
niiitilni! .1. (,-rl (cm till ,l,,„r nn,l 1 arrea
„ljr,,iiii,ll„r,lr)liii<lliii,. HSU » mt'iilli
nortli nl ,,.,-liiiiK -fin ,„ii !', tlnlnsBin,
Apply lor imrtlrillnr* I,,
CHIEF Y0UN0,
TaWllalK Agtlll, C.nuplis.
WAH CHUNGS
for Your Fruit Orders Strawberries at $2.50 per crate on
and after July 1st
Front Street, Revelstoke
Dressmaking & Plain Sewing
MKS. ELLEN JOHNSON
Cor. King and Douglas Sts.
ItKVKI.S'l'IIKK, B. 0,
ROOMS TO LET-F.irnished or unfurnished, from $8 lo $14 per
montli. Apply to E. A, IIagqkn, Benl
Estate and Insurance Broker, Revelstoke, B.C.
E. JL. HA-G-G-EIsr
STOCK, SHARE AND FINANCIAL BROKER.
Mining, Ileal Estate, Insurance nnd General  Coininission Audit,
Notary Public, Commissioner of the Hupreine Court,
8AVE   MONEV   IN  VOUR   IN8URANOE
Why pay exorbitant rates when your property can bo insured
against loss by fli-u lit reasonable cost iu the following NON-TARIFF
companies fur which I am Agent't
IjoxniiN Mutual Fire Insurance Co,, of Canada.
Ottawa Fire Insurance Company.
Monthhai.-Canaiia Fire Inhuiianck Co.
Anglo-American Fire Inhuranck Co,
Equity Fire Insurance Company,
Colonial Fire Inhuhance Company.
Dominion Fiiie Inhuiianck Company.
In Life Insurance
I represent the NORTH AMERICAM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, which offers the MOST LIBERAL POLICY nn the market.
Get particulars before closing elsewhere.
In Guarantee and Accident Insurance I am Ageni for the l-ON-
DON GUARANTEE AND ACCIDENT CO,, LTD., of Loudon, Knif.,
whoso financial Standing is so high Ils bonds are accepted by the British, Australian, Canadian, Indian and Colonial Governments.
This Company's PARAGON Accident and Sickness Policy should
lmvo your special attention. It combines the GREAT ESI LIBERALITY WITH THE BANK OF ENGLAND, and is the nest Policy
ever nrl'erod.
Guarantee Bonds Issued to Bookkeepers, Cashiers, Oity Officials,
Lodge Officers, Government Officials, etc.
Real Estate,   -   Timber, -   Mines
If those wishing to invest in or sell City, Rural or Business Property, will advise me of their requirements, theii interests will have my
liesl, attention,
Reports on Lund, Timber and Mlnra._
 iver, Kamloops. Nelso
Chicago and New York.
..,,.,.,,.,.„■ .,„.,., .,„....., „,   Agencies at Calgary, Van-
cuuver, Kamloops. Nelson, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal, Spokane,
Office, Mackenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, B. C.
Next C.P.R, Telegraph Office.
><MH*K)-0<XH>O0«>0<><^
J. G. Maedonald
OUR GREAT
Midsummer
Sale Now Going on
EVERYTHING MUST GO Regardless ol Cost
J.G.
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■-,' - * I   MAIL-HERALD  OFFICE' j
I LOCAL AdKNT. I
JL 11C7    JJACU.l~AA<Ul~a/lU.
THE MAIL-HERALD.
J
Vol. 12,-No. 97
REVELSTOK R. B. 0. JULY 28, 1900
$2.50 Per Year
Mail
Order
Uept.
ClHumeto.
Write
For
Samples
LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT STORE.
HEW BEAUTIFUL CHINA
RICH CUT CLASS
Limoges Chins—in setts or odd pieces.
Maylield, Olovei ljcal, and White Patterns—in setts or any part
ol sett, or odd pieces.
Lemonade Setts, new and beautiful.
Covered Casseroles.
Fire prool Teapots—any size.
Jardinicrs and Cuspidores—all sizes,
Tea and Coffeo Percolators.
You will Hlways fiud something now and interesting in our China
and Glass Ware Department, ind you know you are always welcome
to look around,
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The preserving season is on.   We can supply you
with Strawberries, Cherries, Etc.   Place
your orders with us as soon as possible as the season for
both fruits will be very short and the supply limited.
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TATL0W IS
OPTIMISTIC
Foresees Population of Million
a Decade Hence—Presents
Figures of Wealth Product-
tion of 6. C.
Prophocying a population of a mil-
Ii<>ii Ior liritish Columbia within ten
yeurs, nnd announcing Mint the wealth
production uf ibe province during the
past year wns over .f.*)(l,IHHI,r(KI, Hon.
R. ll, Tallow, provincial minister uf
liuance, bus issued n statement in
which he details tin- remarkable progress ninde by   Ibe   pi-uvincc   in   the
twelve months which closed with the
lisc-il yenr. Speaking to llie Vlotorin
Times,Onpt Tatluw snid:
"I am satisfied that every Industry
in liritish (',,Inmi,in is only in iln
i n fu lie j- Wo have fnresls illimitable
lor lumber, land In millions ul acres
lor agriculture snd the seven thousand miles ul shore line are washed by
sens teeming with lish.
"To- comprehend the luture one
must study (he past. In order to do
this with some correctness I had
statistics prepared covering the past
financial yenr and wns surprised nt the
splendid sbuwiiig, The total production ol tlie province Iur the year ending June ilOtli, was over $50,000,000.
As the population is in the vicinity uf
200,000 including Indians, Mongolians,
women and children I think it sale tu
say the total number ol able bodied
white men is nut mure than one-fifth
ul this, or 40.000. Dividing the total
value ul provincial products, by this
number it appears that for every white
mnn there was produced considerably
over $1,000 during the past yenr. I
dn not think nny place in the world
enn equal this.
"Details nf this production should
he ol public interest. Taking, first,
the lumber industry the actual receipts
were slightly over the estimate I gave
at the end of June. 'I he actual revenue Irom this source was $508,000 or
within a fraction uf double the estimate which whs $325,000, In value the
lumber cut exceeded all expectations.
As closely us 1 can ascertain it reached
over $7,500,000. And, best of all, it
wus manufactured ill the province.
The government did not reap all tbe
benefit derived from the forests as
would have been largely the case il
export iu a virgin state were permitted.
Probably hall ol this large sum went
into tbe pockets ol the thousands ol
workmen employed in the industry.
"As you know in 11105 the mineral
output of the province was $28,401,325.
This was nn extremely high figure for
an*industry only a few years old to
reach and the most satisfactory feature
about it is that practically all was not
only mined but smelted here. There
are now eleven sineltors and one refinery in active operation with a combined capacity of 7,500 tuns a day,
and very little goes out ol the province
in the form ol ore. Should at any
time an inclination be apparent to
ship much mineral Irom British
Columbia belore smelting, I should be
in lavor of a similar course to lhat
taken regarding lumber and prohibit
such exportation.
"Agriculture also advanced in common with every other line ol work
during the pust year. This province
bus always been a great purchaser up
till the present, but now the tide has
turned, Thc most promising feature,
1 think, regarding this industiy is tbe
fact that our imports ol this character
are decreasing rapidly. Last year the
produce of provincial (arms nnd orchards reached the sum of $0,500,000,
and there was a decrease in tlie value
of such goods brought in ol $500,000.
If this rate is continued in a short
time local produce will lully supply
local markets. Mixed farming bus
done much to even things up, There
are splendid opportunities Ior this in
many sections of tlie province. The
best evidence ol this is the (act that
we exported butter, eggs, poultry and
cheese to the vnlue of nearly $2,000,000.
"Horticulture is rapidly coming to
the front. It is becoming one of our
most important industries. The great
success obtained at exhibitions; such
as those in bunion and Winnipeg,
will not 1« ephemeral; it is a sign of
actual growth. In 1801 the acreage
under Iruit was 0,500; ten years Inter
it bud reiielieil 7,51X1, but advancement
has since been phenomenal. *. A year
ago there were 22,000 acres cultivated
by tiieliiirilist and Iruit growers, and I
lully believe that by the end ol llli'ii,
there will be 40,000 acres used in this
manner.
"In time tlie growth ol local iiursor
les will take the place ol imported
stuck, but I limy mention that already,
during the present season, the provincial inspector has examined 1,250,
000 trees. At present the growth ol
nursery stuck is small, but next
season should see 750,000 local trees
placed on the market and the following year 1,600,000, In u few years wc
will commence to export.
"Pishitig ol course has long been nu
important item in the commerce ul
the province, but even this industiy
sbuivs signs ul great expansion. Improved methods of catching salmon
will certainly enlarge the amount
canned, but I refer particularly to the
new factors recently introduced. For
Instance, the Nnnniinu herring fisheries are developing with great rapidity, and I expect lu the near luture
tuseesiiiiilai institutions started at
other points. The oyster trallic is
only in an experimental stage, but I
sec no reason that it should nut become   important,     And,   although
whaling can hardly bo lornird fishing
it is allied to it. This entirely now
hraiit-1, uf commerce is too ivell known
lu people in Victoria lo need comment
from me, but I mention it tn show the
new lines in which the people are
branching tint. Mill) curing nl mil
mon is .,lso comparative'.)' new, but
every lish put up has found n ready
market, and the purchasers nro clamoring (or itiire. 1 luuk tn see the
wealth ol mu fisheries exploited in llie
near fll I uro much mtfl'O than in lb ■
pnst.
When n.io ooniiders these fuels,nnd
remembers that frmn tho Industrie*
mentioned Inst vour lie province produced a value ol $11,250,11(111, whioh
other items iiiercusod I-, over $511,1111(1,-
000can liter,- lie Ihe slightest iloubl
that the present prosperity will be
maintained. Ten years hum now »
million population will be uu idle
dream, hut pj-obnbly an iiconinpli-heil
Inct.
'"There ia room enough Inr all to
enme. Now regions in Ihe central
Interior ol greal fertility are being
se.tled rapidly. Fresh discoveries ul
minerals are made every day; the surface of tun- mountains bus hardly
boon scratched. Many parts ul the
world are looking to liritish Coluinbin
for lumber, nnd there are counllcss
millions of lent to meet this demand.
Our fisheries are being developed
more nnd more with the utmost success, We have the protection ol the
liritish Hag and are an integral part of
the empire, Such being the ense 1
venture to slute that ten years Irani
iio,v liritish Columbia will have attained the prominent place in the
world that is ber's by right."
FATAL FIRE AT VAN AN DA
Van Anda, July 24— liy the burning ola residence lime on Sunday
morning n little girl lost her llie nml
n family have lost nil their effects.
Mrs. Summer, wife of Hurry Sum:
njer, arose a Utile before 0 o'clock to
prepare breakfast. Her husband and
two little children she left still asleep.
After lighting n lire she ivenl over to
her sister, Mrs. Roper's, to obtain
some eggs, and on her return found
that her home wiib iu llames. Her
scicams for help uroUBed her husband
who rushed nut ol tbe house with the
eldest child. The bent from the burning building was so intense that de-
spile heroic attempts be was unable
to rescue tbo younger girl until a
change in thc direction of the wind
ninde the Humes less threatening. The
distracted lather finally managed to
reach his two-year-old daughter
Annie, but she was so severely burned
that she expired shortly alter being
taken from the building.
FIELD.
(Prom Om- (itin (.urresptniiloiit).
Mrs. A, Blackbnrg and her children
have returned to tliei Inline in Rtivel-
stoke, after spending a week at tlie
home of Mr. John Anderson, road
master.
Miss Garvin, ol Revelstoke, spent a
couple ol days with Mrs. Lynes on her
Way east.
"Dad" Allen, one of tho old timers
it Field, spent a few days in town lust
week. He bus gone to live ut Enderby
in llie Okuiigun valley.
Mrs. L. A. Winner has returned
Irom her visit in the east and will
live in Field.
Our electrician, Mr. Salmon, bus
brought bis fninily frnm Vanoouver to
live in Field.
p, C, Frazer, brother of J. tioidon
Frazer, druggist, spent Saturday nnd
Sunday in town on his way to bis
home nt Sliiial Lake, Mnn.
Miss Mc Each inn, who spent last.
summer at the Mount Stephen House,
passed through Field lust Sunday to
take a position nt the C. 1', R. Chalet
at Lake Louise.
Mrs. .1. H. Newett and Mrs. Howard
Macrae spent Tuesday up ut Lake
Louise.
On Saturday last a little daughter
en uio to the home ol Mr, und Mrs.
Win. Mcl'berson.
W. O. Iluiidiiy was compelled un
account ol sickness to leave his work
here and return to bis home iu Van
oiniver.
TROllf LAKE
J. R. Bottorff Closes Deal for
Purchase, of Broadview.
Kroiii our uwu ftirrt,a|iiiii<liiiil.
Abuut a year agn the llriiadview
was taken up hy Trout Luke parties,
morn development work dune and III
curs of ore shipped during tbo winter
months. Lust, week Messrs, llullurlV
nml Emmons, nf the Elwnud Tinivurk-
e.s Mining Company, nuw operating
tint Silver Dollar, visited the property
and were sn well pleased with it thut
next morning u deal was put through
by which they arranged to take hold
ul it on a working bund witii a good
buying price attached. Tho deal wus
closed at F. C. Elliott's' office, Trout
Luke. Tho now own.-rs intend to get
In wnrk un tlie property at once, Mr.
Emmons, the company's mining engineer, will lnko up bis residence ut
Trout liiikc, probably taking Mr.
Baker's residence,
V. McOeorge, M. E., arrived this
week to examine the Ldcky Hoy for
tbo l'hiladelpbia people interested in
the property. He expects to spend
sonic time in the district. Othor
visitors aro also aftor mining property
ami the outlook is good.
'THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Britain Must Continue to Maintain Strong Navy-Jury in
Dalton Murder Case give
Verdict Against Prisoner. __
I.iimion, July 28.—The presentation
ol the ecu! ro piece lor battleship Dominion took place at Plymouth yesterday. Lord Strntliooiin mado a
brief speech aflor which l.ady I Inward
made the ptesont tion, tin base ul
centre piece is the Inscription "One
111(1,11111'   ling,  une licet, unc thromi,"
"Ilritiiiii must continue tu maintain
strung navy," this wns the burden ol
the speeches ul ihe banquet Insl night
nf tho Inm and Steel Institute nt
Guildhall,
St. I'liTKitsiuiitti, July 28.—Etl'prts
u( the revolutionary members uf parliament lu proclaim n provisional gov
ornment came tu uu inglorious cud
Insl night, owing to the refusal, at the
last moment, ut the constitutional
democrats tu join tbe movement,
Count Witte refers to the recent speech
of I'roiniei' Caniphcll-liiinnerman un
Russia as very regrettable, lie o.iiu-
nut believe that it expresses the true
feeling ul the bulk uf the British
people.
Nanaimo, July 28,—Tbe coroner's
jury in the Dalton murder ens.: liuve
returned a verdict to tlie ell'ect thnt
death was caused by shots lired by
Robert Stiles Featherstone. Provincial Police Supt. llussey suys that
every possible effort will be made to
hang the iiinn who committed one of
the foulest murders ever perpetrated
in Canada.
CITY COUNCIL.
The City Council held their fortnightly meeting last night and a large
ii id. in ti t ol business was transacted
His Worship Mayor J. McLeud, Aids,
llowson, Caley, Abrahamson, Palmer,
Tupping and the City Clerk, were prose lit.
The minutes ol tbo last meeting
were rend nnd several communications
concerning municipal business. Accounts were rend and passed.
A communication from E.A. Haggen
Agent for llie Revelstoke Realty Co.,
was read, re tho purchase of rock Ior
macadamizing roads. It wns decided
that the rock wus not needed this
year, and also thnt it could be obtained cheaper elsewhere. The matter
was lelt over fur further consideration.
A communication from 0. II. lirock
and E. II. Lewis was read complaining
ol the nuisance ol cuttle wandering in
(ith Street. As this wns not the lirst
complaint, a resolution was made to
take the poundkeeper from the day
to the night shift- (or a time. A city
by-law permits cattle in certain portions of tbe city, but tbey must be
under n herder's charge. Aid, Abrahamson slated that many ol the
herders were boys. A further resolution was made that owners of cuttle
lound damaging citizen's property
should be made responsible,
Aid. Tapping in a report from tlie
Public Works committee stated that
the grading for u sidewalk was nearly
complete, except on Government
street., between Hospital und Pitgct's
residence; nlso that the earth on
sidewalks should he removed In prevent the wcud rotting. TiAnderson, the
contractor Ior sidewalks staled that if
four stringers were to be used on 8 tt.
sidewalks the cost would be increased.
It was resolved to draw up new specifications, and Anderson agreed to
curry un the work mid tn receive it
further sum if any extra grading wns
necessary.
It   wus  decided   tu  allow    II. A.
Drown, Lieut, ol the Militia Company,
nclrori
tlnfDri
An Inquiry had been made by the
Council lur the piii'puscuf finding uut
whonro Ibe lines under thc Canada
Criminal Code shuulil be paid. Letters
(rum Kamluiips, Vanoouver and Rosa-
lund stilted that the city received
them. In Rovelstoko these fines had
been paid lu the Government ami
amounted to ovor $700. Aid. Abrahamson moved that a full report of
linos paid lu the (Invernmoiil should
he (mu hi tiiii tu them und a domiind
made fur their return. The motion
wus adopted,
Iiriiow business, il  letter was read
Iriiin the Educational Department to
define the limits nl the cily lur school
assessment. Aid. Tupping niuveil
thnt application lie ninde lu extend
the Rovelstoko school district tn
include the outlying portions submitted tu the Council.    The motion
was oar lied,
The river hunk question wus dis.
rinsed nnd Aid. llowson moved Hint
the attention ul butb Provincial Gov>
ei'iinionl and Dominion Government
lie culled tu the statu ul tbo hank
multi-esses ami nlso thut they should
take slaps to prevent the destruction
ul the buuk. The motion was
adopted,
The Council adjourned at 10:30
p.m.
light ut metre, rates nnd wator at $8 a
a year iu thi^Drill II
Owing to tlio onslaught of wind and
rain and during a violent thunder
Sturm on Wednesday alternoon u largo
mass of rook and earth became tie-
titchi-il and crushed down on lho
track at Three Valley, striking the
engine uf a (might train (Engineer
W, Li, Hoyd) which was passing at the
time, The huge mass derailed the
engine and several (mighl cars, which
were driven  zig-zag across the line.
BOURNE BROS.
DEALERS IN^z^>
Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Hay, Feed,
Crockery, Glassware, Hardware, Harnett,
Paints, Rifles, Ammunition, Miners Suppliet.
Agents for McClarys Stoves, Hollywood
Paints, Imperial Varnish Go's. Products,
Marlin Rifles.
BOURNE   BROS.      Mackenzie Avenue
n rifi i
We have left a fow 5-Acre Villa'Lots, suitable for 'Fruit
Culture and Market Gardening, which may be purchased on small
monthly, quarterly or semi-annual payments.
This land is situated within live minutes' easy walking of the
New .Schoolhouse Site recently purchased by the City.
There will be no land available after this season within such
easy reach of the City, and intending purchasers should not delay
in making their selection.
REVELSTOKE LAND  COMPANY LTD.
Agents, Revelstoke Insurance Agency, Ltd,
E. J. BOURNE,
Boots & Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
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FURNITURE,  CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS
For all kinds of up-to-date and reliable furniture
nnd house furnishings go to
R. Howson & Co., Furnishers
Economy!
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CALGARY, ALBERTA.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. NOW   ON   AT
reid & Yornsr&s store
If You Doubt Ihe Genuineness of this Sale, please
Call and Investigate for Yourself Our Prices.
We Need the  Money and  Must Havs It, to make
Good Our Fire Losses at Arrowhead.
Come   Now Before the Best   of  the Stock   Has
Been Picked Over and Sold.
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By not letting them trouble you.    They  won't  il yuu
use FOOT ELM or ALLEN'S FOOT EASE. We keep it,
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DIED.
EDWARDS—At Revelstoke, Ii. C, on
•stinday, July 22, 1900, Mrs. 0.
Edwards, agid liii years.
Local and General.
Miss Bourne has accepted a position
in the Red Cross Drug Store.
G. M. Clark is arranging to build a
house on Second Street, next the Drill
Hall.
Mrs. Dunn, wife ol Thos. Dunn, formerly ol Comuplix, died at Vancouver
last week.
Aid, Tapping returned Saturday
from a business trip through Ensl
Kootenay.
Russell Sage, tbe New York millionaire, died on Sunday. He lelt u fortune ul $75,000,000,
Owing to absence ol members the
baud will not play its usual open uit
concert on Friday night.
The man arrested at Cotnaplix lust
week lor criminal assault ou a little
girl ,,f six years will come up for tiinl
today.
Billy I'ulciler wns yesterday sentenced bv Police Magestrato Gordon
to one year's imprisonment lor forgery
and theft.
A bowling match was playeil Insl
night between tennis representing the
C. P. R. and the C. I!. Hive Co., the
former team winning by 396 itins.
Miss Olive Robinson, the 111-year-
old daughter ol Mr and Mrs J. E.
Robinson, of Chilliwack, committed
suicide by taking a large dose ol laudanum on Sunday alternoon.
An order iii-cnoncil was passed Put
urday, awarding to the British Columbia Marine Railway Company, ol
Esquimau, the contract for the construction of tlie hydrographic steamer
to be usted on the Pncilie. The contract price is $143,000. The tender ol
the Victoria Machinery Company wns
"$191,000. Tlie tender (-1 the Poison
oompany was over $2112,000.
The worst electric storm ol the season passed over the eity on Sunday.
During the afternoon the mountains
were a sight to see. The lightning
flsshed through the dark clouds hanging around the peaks The lightning
struck in six different places on the
mountain above the power house and
in .-ach ct-e -et fire to the trees, which
were Boon abloze On the side ol
Mount Begbie the lightning set lire in
a number ,-f places, and .. Hash put
out a tir,- on Mount Victoria, The
rain following the electric display put
out the lire, before any damage lotin
|,er had la-en done,
Leave your orders early lor Apricots
and Peaches for preserving, as the
supply Is nol expected to l"- very It gi
toil -m-oii—C I', Hume & Co
Fresh Citrate
of Magnesia
This agreeable ,mcl efficient laxative, so often pre
scribed by physicians and
so very frequently used by
those k n o W i n g ol its
virtues. Every bo,ttle
purchased here will be
found clear and sparkling.
35c.
Rev. Dr. Neill of Westminster
Church,Toronto, ton Calgary Herald
it porter a few days ago 'said: "lain
impressed with the toot that Canadians do not make enough ol their
Hugs. Tho Americans emphasized
theirs, und he believed that the new
elements which were coming into
Western Canada Bhould know the Hug
and lho fne institutions which it represents. There wns nothing to liiin in
the eastern gossip ubout the annexation of the West. The Amerioans
wore satisfied under our ling, and thoy
liked Canadian institutions."
A report comes Irom Yorkton, Sask ,
which goes to indicate that the Douk-
hobors have uguin broken out ol their
settlement, forsaken their homes and
belongings, und set out on one of their
fanatical pilgrimages, The authorities, who were doubtless well prepared
lur such n inuvo, Inst no time in showing the lloukhuburs that tbey must
abide by British law in order to become ISritish citizens. Thirty-eight
of the ring-loaders found themselves
corralled by the Mounted Police, and
subsequently were sentenced to u
year's term in the. penitentiary.
We understand thai Chinamen are
gelling (mii $1.60 to $200 per day in
uiu- logging camps. II Unit is the case
theio is little wonder that Farmers find
it impossible to get help to look alter
the crops, nnd no wonder that the
Chinese hold up employers ol labor
for big wages. Thousands ol men in
the eastern provinces nre working tor
$1 uml $1.2o per day and keeping large
families. We do not believe in low
wages, hut we du believe thai white
men should have the preference over
Mongolians every time, and something
must bo done to gel the white man to
(int this country ahead. Every citizen
ninl every employer ol labor Bhould
look into this all important matti r
and use every possible influence to
bring white emigrants here.—Cowichan Leader.
An alarm was turned in from Box
No. 7 about oue o'clock this morning
to No. i Fire Hull, which aroused the
neighborhood,    The    Brigade   boys
were prompt in turning out  1 were
soon  i,ii   ibe  sceue    ill    the    iir-
which provedto be  Hobson A   Bell's
Bakery, where smoke was -,-,"   -
I'r,,in   the building, il ausi   beinj
some   wood   which    hnd   beei
in the ---.en over nighl catching lire.
Say- n Not* ii despatch I' is n m
rumored in political oircb i tha thi
iieii provinci 11 lection will be rushed
alter n Bborl sessi il the Leg
held - ul'.' in tin yoar I me    - ,
didales on both sides  tre bei
named, Dr 11 ill and - S   I
the Liberal  side, the I ittei pi bal
being  mentioned  a- it possible inde-
pi ndenl while the < onservntive chniei
i-   I;   S,   l.i-iiiiie,  nr  possibly  Fred
-I.,, key    I lie -■-,- ,'mI candidate will
mm   . ■ i li i  .veil known and
prominent rancher,
Social and Personal
.ll,- I, Graham nl ' lalgai (. is ii
the citj "ti a visit to rel itives,
Geo, S Mcl.'artei returned lasl
nighl iron, i business trip to Si i in
I ll. Baker, manager --i the Arrow
bend branch nl the Imperial Haul;, la
in iln- eiu iii charge ,-i Ihe haul;'.
branch hero ,luring Mr.  Phipps1 ah
se,., .- til the ,'   ISl
Mrs. MoKittliok, Mrs. Moli-uso and
; Mrs. Matson, ol Indianapolis,and Mrs.
Lnsley and daughter, ul Mansfield, O,,
loll on Monday morning mi a  trip
. Ihrough Ihe Larileuu.
A, K. Phipps, nm eager ul Ibe Imperial Bank, lelt on Saturday night
'lor Vancouver. Mr. Philips' nephew,
son ol .1.(1. Bonwcll, ul Vancouver,
win-- one ul the victims ol the ucoldont
lo tho tug Chehalis on the narrows at
Vancouver on Saturday afternoon,
Business Locals.
Try Bows' mosquito bite cure.
Pleases every smoker  the "Marca
Vuelta."
I'so Bows' Insect Powder ti kill
mosquitoes,
Wall paper, windo i shades and
curtain fixtures, at C. II, llunie k Co.
(loud discount lor cash on all furniture at .lohn E. Wood's.
A choice line ot Lace nnd Tapestry
Curtains at C. B. Hume k Co's
Headquarters for carpets, linoleums,
Hour oils, at John E. Wood, furniture
ttore.
Carpets and Linoleums, choice
colors and designs, at 0. Ii. Hume &
Co's.
We have still a few go-carts left
which you can have nt n bargain at
John E, Wood's.
Just received nt II. llowson k Co.
Furniture Store a shipment of Linoleums; pretty patterns.
Bui-gains in Men's Oxfords, Patents
and Dongola kids at $2.75, all siz.es,
C. B. Hume k Co., Ltd,
A line ol new up-to-date summer
neckwear and soft collars at C. B.
Hume A Co's.
,1. M. Doyle, ol P. Iliitns k Co., is
oo ii business lrip to Trout Luke City.
THE LATeTrS.  EDWARDS.
A wide eirole Of friends will regret
the a iiiiiineeinciit, ol the dentb - f Mrs
C Edwards, which occurred at the
i, -iilenee ul Mr. Clnis. Hultoil ou Sun
day morning. Tbe deceased li.lv lms
been a groat sufferer for some time,
in il while her death wns imt unexpected, the am icemenl that she bad
passed away on Stiuday morning mis
i, ceiv ,1 a ii, keen i trrow I y the many
Iriends here, The late .Mr- Edwards
has been a resident ,-i tho city for
many years, and i- ivoil known
through .-u the town and district, By
her lovable nature ai d kindness ■ I
heart -lie endeared bersi 11 lo many
frii ii-!- here, who will loi -, cherish her
memory for Ihe many noble q alities
-lu- possessed. To the here ived sons
.u-,,1 daughters the .M m llrnw njoins
with the many fr ■ nds I ■■■ in extend
ing to them their - in their
md bereavi nenl
- -i
thl        -'■      'I        '      Im
n ti Is I   *. ice this
e ol Mr. and M - il   n n
the cemelei        ■ email
est lieside that ol bei
.
ye               II, .   :    '.   i
d tl        ■            ice I-,ii, .,i
isi md the gi         I - en
■
ng thi        ii ■            d timers
lm knew bei
lays ol i  idi, lii-ri-
ai,,! - Im ven there to i    ■   ilu-ir re-
I- ,-i   ind esteem i   i li m the)
learned   tu  honor and love lor her
,,,   ■   . ti ... qua  l -
"      o -I um i ii,,  ,  akei were
I   -- ■   prolusion tin      sal
In     nan     iendi i lei ■ •
t.l the high ' '" tin  ,!,, ,-a-,-,l
la.
Th,- pall-bearers ri - Messrs, T
Kilpatrick, W. Cowan, I Prase I.(1
Barber, \,   Morn-   F B W
CLEAN THEM OUT,
A number ol arrests have been made
ul vagrants within tin- city limiti tho
past week din ire npjbefore the magistrate today !,- jhow cause .. ith
the  enormous demand   for laborers
elloii I,, hep tIn-iii will ill decent
hound-    Vigorous notion should he
tnl.i-li by   Ihe iiulliurilics  lo  rid   the
country of this class and where possible Iho limit ol Ihe law should only be
considered when I bey nro brought up
tor trial,
NAKUSP.
Kiitin iini- Own Correspondent.
Thi' work train bus arrived in town
and will resume work near Nakusp.
Mr, and Mrs. F. Wensley and family
who have been on their ranch at Bnx
Lake, have returned to town,
Miss Logan, who has been visiting
Mrs. E. .1. Bangs, baa lell lor the
const.
A crowd from Nakusp spent Sunday
ut Halcyon and report an enjoyable
time,
Rev. Mr. Brown of New Denver exchanged pulpiis with Bov. Campbell,
NOTCH HILL.
l-'i-iiln inil- own eiil-i'isiitniili'iit,
Somo goinl crops ol buy are being
OUt this yenr und every available iiiiiii
is being employed In finish  the  wurk
bdtore the weather changes.
An electric storm ol exceptional
violence burst uver the lake Inst Sunday evening. Heavy bunks of ominous lo.-king cl,mils bud been gathering
dining ibe duy and the smell ul ozone
wns distinctly noticeable in tho uir.
The storm burst nt 7 p in. and raged
lor several hours, raising a heavy sen
on the hike. Morris Bros.' motor boat,
battled agahiBt it lur sume time unlil
a leak in the gasoline jiipo necessitated
the beaching ol the boat through the
surf, which was accomplished safely.
Several Irees wore struck by lightning
which was very vivid and close to the
earth.
Funds ate being raised by the Roman Catholic denomination for the
ei'ictiun ul a church.
C. Jardine's fine new barn is completed nnd makes u very imposing
show.
WHAT APPLES TO PLANT.
tin
WALTER BEWS. - Phm.B.
Druggist and Stationer,
next il„- lluiiii- Itlirk,
Mail Oder* tteeelvB Prompt Attention.
No Medicated Cigars
Sold Here
Our stuck  is  kept  pure and fresh.
ll moves too fasl to become shop worn,
BROWN S CIGAR  STORE
Cigars, Pool, Confectionery, Ice Cream Sodas
Employment Office
Mr. Maxwell Smith's Advice to
Fruit Growers of the
Province.
In a circular letter just issued, Mr.
Maxwell Smith, Dominion Fruit Inspector, says:
1 inn frequently asked what variety
ol apples I should advise planting in
the Okanagan Valley and other districts in British Columbia having similar climatic und soil conditions, that
I have prepared the following list, and
while there are, of course, a number ol
other good varieties, I can, with a reasonable degree of confidence, recommend the following as tommy makers:
Duchess of Oldenburg, Wealth, Mcintosh Red, Qravenetein,C x's Orange
Pippin, Famcuso, Northern Spy, Esco-
pus-SpiUcnburg, Jonathan, Delicious,
Slayiinin,  Winesap,  Yellow Newton
"'ippiu
Ol ihce twelve, o.gbt are highly
olored varieties of rare beauty, viz,
luchess of Oldenburg, Wealthy, Mc-
ntosh Red, Fa.iieuse, Eseopus S|titz-
enburgh,   Jonathan,   Delicious   und
ituyman Winesap, but the other ( ur-
iz., Gravenstein, Cox'b Orange Pip,
iiii, Northern Spy and Newton's Yel-
,tv Pippin possess suoh excellent qual-
lies, and are so well known in  tlie
markets of the world, that I hardly
hink we can leave them out of the
st,   I should like to point out also
hat the keeping qualities ol these 12
iirieties nae fairly  well  indicated  liy
in- order in which ihey are named;
beginning with the Duchess ol Olden-
0-h. which does not keep success-
only lunger thun the end of Septem-
m r snd ending with tbe Yellow New-
on Pippin, which, under proper conditions, may he kept over till Muy,
There  nre i,,nr ,,( these varieties,
Cox's Orange Pippin, Eseopus
■SpiUenburgh Stayman Winesap nnd
Yellow  Newton   Pippin,  concerning
, lieular care should lie exer-
givi   tie   proper mime when
ordering ,- ihen- are interior varieties
bearing similar nam -  thai Is to Bay,
ii ■   l'range   Pippins, Spltzen-
burght,   W , a|,-, am! Newton  Pippins which ue ol vi iv inferior quality
Oi ingi P pp ie Hn- Eseopus
M      -■ I    -'IVIIIHi   IV s:l|,   llllll
'.- -, inn Pippin
■ i itibmil the nam, - ol twelve
I   bould nol advise any one
.-,  - - -  in i-i .ni more Iban i,,ur ol
II - -   md  - ti , onvonience I  should
end dividing thorn Into three
tlsiul ns lull .-.
p l Stayman U inesap, J ilia
in,i. u. iltlij and Dm heai ,,( olden-
I ■
Group 2—Delicious Escnpti   Bpitx-
enburgh, Fumeuse Mcintosh Rm),
Group  '■',— Yelio-.i Ni - ton   Pippin,
-   . -].-, i-i , ■ nsti.   snd Cox's
On .-- Pippin,
In planting hi, orchard I should
Btrongly advise against planting a
- - ol I iny n irfety, The
reason for this is the advisability of
getting different varieties in close
proximity, w as to rendor effectual
peral on ofinti r| illinatinn by the
action of wind and honey gathering
ill seels
11 uun miuoumnibn uhll
To-morrow wo begin our First Clearance Sale ol Summer Goods. We want all the
room in our Store lor our large Block nf Fall and Winter Goods, which will begin to
arrive next month, and Irom now Until Saturday, August lltli, we will givo ynu sume
genuine bargains un all lines ul Summer Goods. Wc can only quote a low prices here,
but you will lind all Bargain Goods MARKED iu plain figures.
■;■:■;-.-.
Hosiery
Iu Hnsiery we have some great bargains.
We have the best line in town, and aro selling
Wash Blouses
All Our Muslin Waists at One-Third Off.
Colored Waists, 50c. each.
Cotton lh.se, Black and Tan—regular 25 cent
1, ii-s—at Ilic.     Gauge Lisle Hose at 2,r)c., Lace
Hose, Black and Tan.    Regular 110c., now 2fic.
Handkerchief)
For this Sale we have bought 15 dozen
Wash Goods
Hemstitched    Linen    Handkerchiefs.    Tbey
come J dozen in a box and ive are selling them
at 'IOc., 5tlc,., (IOc. and 7.ru!. por box.
Great Savings bore in Seasonable Goods-
Mercerised Goods—Whito grounds with colored
(bits and figures. Regular price, ilfic. Nuw
25o.
Wash Muslins—A large variety. Regular
Ilfic. tu DOo,   Now only 2F>c.
Shoes, Shoes
Our Fall Stuck is now on the way and wo
must have room Ior them.   Soo uur table ol
$2.00 and $3 00 Shoos.   Thoy sold from $3.00
to $5.00.
Japanese Crepe—Regular 26c.   Now 17Jc,
Prints—A big line.    Regular 12Jo,    Now
10c.
White Cotton—9c. for 6c; 8c. lor Be.
Childrens' Shoes
The odd lines ol these must go and we
have some snaps for the early comers.
I McLennan & Company
E.A. HAGGEN
Stock and Share Broker
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
FOR SALE
(Subject to confirmation)
1,00(1 Eureka 10c, payable in instill
inonts. Engineers Report may be
seen nt my office.
2,000 Nicola Coal—6c,
2,000 Western Oil—10c.
1,000 Intel national Coal 47c.
1IKI Dominion Copper—$8.00,
2ii Canadian Marconi—$8,00.
50 American Do Forrest Company,
$1.60.
25 American De Forrest (preferred)
$0.00.:
2,000 Diiim I Vttlo C()iil--21o.
1.IKKI Hucky Mountain Development
72c.
1 ."iinI Howe Sound (liriltiiniii Mine)
$7,50,
110 Dominion Trust—$180.
II) Dominion Trust—$180.
100 B, O. Wire and Nail—$10.50.
ii Grout West Permanent Loan and
Savings—$116.
2,011(1 National Consolidated.
151)0 Hoywood Ileus. Oil.
2.i(l Orntv's Nest Oil and Cual,
7,SMI Osngu Oil lie.   (This stuck pays
$1.00 per monthper 1,000 shares,)
2,iiiiii Red Mountain Con. Gold Mining
Oompany.
100 Revelstoke & MjCullongh Creek
llydi'iiulio-OOc.
250 Great Noil hern Mines—20c
5,000 Heat rice -25c.
UUI li, O. Puckers $20.20.
25 Great  West  Permanent,
paid, $11(1.
liii A. S. Burton Snw Co., $80.
I Dominion Permanent, $85.
Manhattan, Nevada Gold Mines 20c.
•JI.IKH1 Prince.
fully
WANTED TO BUY
(Subject to confirmation)
1,000 Liii-deau Mines.-Hc
Hi,™ Referendum-Be,
6,000 Forty-Nine Creek Receipts—
!c.
,00,000 International Coal—18c
5,000 While Heai'-5c.
6,000 Pathfinder.
20 Ciiii-iiliaii Marconi- $2.25.
He
OFFICE   Mackenzie Ave.
REVELSTOKE, B, C.
Nexl ('. I', li, Telegraphs.
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
l,. m II,mC. Animals, Ilinl,,  1'i.li, Klc,
MOUNTER,
Inltnal Unit. M.*,i.it.*,l,
|, ii Box ill,
Rltitll I'l'iislTK I'. 0,
Rsielstn ko, Il.C.
BUILDER
Ol - '■■ ll,,ll..»   lll„,-lis. Slan,-, Hi-ilk or
l-i,,,,..   I'm,,!.      OIALIR  in I'l'lin-ltl. I.lnu-
, ,. llnllns lllnt-ki,mul  'll,,-, hiilMing tun
rial     in i,i...t ,,„i a i,mm I- llrst-rlau.
PU.t.rlnK ian.1 PlnaterltiK Supplies a SpoolBlty.
I'llll I'.s   KIII1IT.
E. C FROMEY
NOTICK
tail, I
W„,t.
I PP"
aoillli
placo
ino
,ti, Kl< hereby given thstflfJHaya un, ,|ato
I Intonil m apply ',. Lho II-.ii t'hii-f i	
 - "I lamia and Work. f„r perni'ialon t„
laao tlio loltowlnf, ,|,-.,,tII,.,i lnmls in thr
Kootonay niatrlct,(lalana liav. o.i.t .Man!
, t-i.„ take
nm,-,,,-,im at apnal plantoilal Lho nnrtli laal
t „( l,„! No, mil), liionco i-iet lOchslna,
lOi-lialna, ,1,-st 10 cluilna, nortli 10chains ta
,,(,-,„in„'„,-rmsiit
111 Uill Ilal ilny --I .lull, 100(1,
liKUd-; i  UWSOK,
Mrs. II. ,1. Ilu ibiiry. Mnniigrcss.
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
La rue Dlnloiroom t„r
lln„,|linl*. Buppotl, tto,
Furnished Rooms To Let,
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE
LAUNDRY WANTED
FOR C0MAPLIX
A ilutalilo I  to t„m itlth i aprlng
running ill loot fn.1.1 the door and 'J acre.
(ifgronml for drying llniu.   n.vi ,1 montli
,i„rllt„! muliltiK lont '„lt I" Chlllilll.n.
Apply (or naillcillari to
0HIEF YOUNG,
T.t, ii .iir Agent, I „tti iplii.
WAH CHUNGS
For Your Fruit Orders Strawberries at $2.50 per crate on
and after July 1st
Front Street, Revelstoke
Dressmaking & Plain Sewing
MRS. ELLEN JOHNSON
Cor. King and Douglas Sts.
IIKVKI.STIIKK, II. (I.
KOOMS TO LET-Fiirnished or unfurnished, frnm $8 to $14 por
month, Apply to E. A, Haikikn, Real
Estute and Insiiinnce Broker, Revel-
stoke, B.C.
STOCK, SHARE AND FINANCIAL BROKER.
Mining, Real  Estate, Insurance and General  Commission Avent,
Notary Public, ('uiniiiissitinec of the Hiipreine Cutlet.
SAVE   MONEY   IN   YOUR   INSURANCE
Why pay exorbitant rules when your property can Ik. insured
against loss bydre at reasonable cost in Ihe following NON-TAB1FP
companies for which I am Agent ?
LoVdon Mi'TUAr. Fun,; Insukanck Co,, of Canada.
Ottawa Fihe Inhuiianck Company,
JIontiihai.-Canaiia Fiiik Inhimianci, Co,
Amii.ii-Amhiiic.is Finn InsUUANOB Co,
Ei)uity Finn Inbuiianok Company.
Colonial Finn Insurance Company.
Dominion Finn Insurance Company.
In Life Insurance
I represent the NORTH AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, which offers the MOST LIBERAL POLICY on tbe market.
Get particulars before closing elsewhere,
In Guarantee nnd Accident Insurance I am Agent for the LONDON GUARANTEE AND ACCIDENT CO., LTD,, of Iaiudnn, Eng.,
whose financial standing is so high Us bunds are accepted by the British, Austiuliun, Caiiudinn, Indian and Colonial Governments,
This Company's PARAGON Accident und Sickness Policy should
have your speciul attention. It combines tbe GREATEST LIHhR-
ALITY WITH THK BANK OF ENGLAND, nud is the best Policy
ever offered,
Guarantee Bonds issued to Bookkeepers, Cashiers, City Officials,
Lodge Officers, Government Officials, etc
Real Estate,   -   Timber, -   Mines
If those wishing to invest in or sell City, Rural or Business Property, will advise ine of their requirements, tbeii interests will have my
best attention.
Reports nn Land, Timber and Mines. Agencies at Calgary, Vancouver, Kamloops. Nelson, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal, S|iokane,
Chicago iind.Neiv York.
Office, Mackenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, B. C.
Next C.P.R. Telegraph Office.
J. G. Maedonald
OUR GREAT
Midsummer
Sale Now Ooing on
EVERYTHING MUST CO Regardless of Cost
J.G.
•   •■    *   K.

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