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Vol. 12.-No. 94
REVELSTOKE. IU!. JULY 18, 190
$2.50 Per Year
Mail
Order
llept.
CB. Hume 4 Co.
Write
For
Samples
LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT STORE.
NEW BEAUTIFUL CHINA
RICH CUT CLASS
Limoges China—in setts or odd pieces.
Miyfield, Clovei Leaf, 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,
Jardiniers and Cuspidores—all sizes.
Tea and Coffee Percolators.
You will always find something new and interesting in our China
and Glass Ware Department, and you know ynu 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 vou are looking fur something nice in 8POON8 AND
PINS, BELT BUCKLES, WATCHES, " BUNN
SPEOIAL " for Souvenirs, we have them here.
J.  GUY  BARBER, -    JKBiS
0. P. R.   WATCH   IN8PECT0R.
You Can't beHappy
with poor
Eyesight
Nor can you correct defective sight,
without lenses ground to meet your
individual needs, To fit lenses accur-
l-alely requires greater skill than is
generally supposed. Dr. Ilyhce's
glasses restores perfect vision because
there is scientific knoiiledge nntl Ihal
skill, which comes from years of experience, hack of them. Aitificinl
Eyes always in stoek.
Examination Free
Hoi'HH-l to 8 and 7 to 9 p.m.    Other
hours hy appointment,
DR. R. L BYBEE,
Office at Central Hotel.
You Ned a Tonic!
TO  STRENGTHEN YOU
UP  THIS   HOT   WEATHER
WYETH'S EXTRACT OF MALT
is a nutritive Tonic.   One of
(lie finest to he had.
50 Cents Per Bottle.
Beef, Iron and Wine
(Parke, Davis & Co.)
is another reliable tonic,
$1.00 per Bottle. It promotes digestion. Improves
the appetite and gives energy
to the entire system.
Red Cross Drug Store
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FIELD.
Il-'r,„ii liar liiin Cnrreinonitetit).
The members of Ibe Alpine club
have a must all returned to their
homes. The president, Mr. A. 0.
Wheeler antl the secretary, Miss
Parker, return tislay. With the exception ol the lirst two days the
weather has been almost perfect Ior
mountain climbing. One bears nothing but praise Ior llie club and tbe
splendid way iu which all the arrangements were made and carried out. The
credit of the whole oll'nir is due to Mi.
Wheeler who has superintended every
detail ol the work and to I he out litters
especially Campbel1 brothers, Martin
and Otto, without whom the camp
would not hnve been possible One
hundred and forty members have already been enroled. Belore the club
meets in camp next yenr there is no
doubt the membership will have more
than doubled. The success of the
cl u I - is assured bey,mil any shadow ol
doubt. The club will do much tn
increase the interest ol our people in
our splendid mountains.
The Mount Stephen house is quite
full ol guests these days, and the
tourist season is well on now.
Dr. Macltse, principal ol Western
Canada College, preached in St. Stephen's church on Sunday evening to a
very appreciative congregation.
Rev T. J. Ferguson, B. A., of Dids
burg, Alberta, spent Thursday and
Friday at the Manse.
Mr. and Mrs. Hooley and daughter,
of Revelstoke, have been staying with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hooley of this
place. Mrs. Hooley and daughter
have gone on to England and Mr.
Hooley bus returned to Revelstoke.
Jas. Patrick, of Vancouver, spent
Sunday in Field on his return (rom
Winnipeg, to which place be was called
a short' time since on account ot the
illness ol his little girl Gladys.
Mr. and Mrs, J. D. Carlin were
called home to Minneapolis on Friday
last, to attend the funeral ol Mr.
Cariin's mother.
Mrs. White, of Vancouver, is visiting with Mrs. A. W. Clark.
SPORT.
TE.VNIB.
Iu the men's singles, Congreaves
defeated Robertson, and Nairn defeated
Taylor. This leaves Congreaves and
Nairn to play the final, which game
will take place this alternoon about
lour thirty. It is expected the finals
in the ladies' singles, between Mrs,
Elson and Mis, '(purling, will be
played this evening.
The following invitation Irom the
Golden Tennis club is worthy of con
sideration, and from our past experience ol that town we know a good
time will lie given to any taking
advantage of it. All those wishing to
go will kindly band their names to
C. li. MacDonald, stating the date
tbey are able to get away. We would
suggest August 20th:
Golden, July 17th, 1900.
The Secretary Revelstoke
Lawn Tennis Club.
Dear Sir:—On behalf ol the Golden
Lawn Tennis club I beg to extend a
very hearty invitation tn the Revelstoke club tn visit us in the near
future and arrange a friendly competition between tha two clubs. The
Golden Club is only in its infancy and
a visit from an old established club
would be highly appreciated. I have
no doubt a return match could tie
arranged at Revelstoke.
I shall be glad to hear Irom you.
Yours siucerely,
John Bulman,
Secretary.
TRAP   SHOOTING.
Messrs. Guy Barber, A. McRae, A.
Sturdy and A. J. McDonell, went tu
Armstrong last night to represent the
Revelstoke Gun Club in a match with
the Armstrong Gun Club.
HILL'S GREAT CANAL SCHEME
Toronto, July 17.—Jas. J. Hill has
ahout completed plans for one of the
greatest tasks in the transportation
line the Northwest could be interested
In. A canal connecting the Great
Lakes with Lake Winnipeg is Mi-
Hill's new scheme, and he makes a
positive statement that it will be a
reality before tbe Panama Canal is
ready to receive boats The building
ol this canal will make Hill practically master ol the transportation
business in the Northwest, iu connection with his great railroad systems,
and with the new Canadian road he is
now constructing, bis line ol steamers
on tbe Pacific and boat lines on the
Great Likes. Hill will have little
dilliculty in dictating trallic matters
lo the vast section destined to become
one ot the richest in the world.
MURDERER HANGS HIMSELF
Wi.vnsoR, Ont., July 17.—Christopher Spindleman, imprisoned in
Sandwich jail on the charge of murdering bis wife on Saturday after a
drunken quarrel, this morning committed suicide From the time ol bis
arrest it was evident he contemplated
taking his life, and a special guard ol
two men was placed outside his cell
and the electric light in the corridor
kept burning. He banged himsell
with shoestrings from his cot. His
dead body was lound shortly before
six o'clock this morning when Turnkey Her was on his rounds.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Big Strike Threatened in New
York—Five Men Drowned
Near Golden -Police Strike
in St. Petersburg.
| BY TKI.KQIIAPIll
I.oxiion, July 18.—Lady Clinton is
seriously ill.
LAHORE, I'linjnuli, July IH.—The
Ameer ol Afghanistan has issued a
notablept'oiiounceincnl this morning
Informing high ollieials Unit they
must change their attitude iu connection with education which Ihey
have discouraged,
NEW Voiik July IK.—Tlie Assuci-
ated Building Trudcs have issued an
ultimatum to employers embodying
threat to call out 60,000 members il
plumbers' demands are not agreed to.
GOLDEN, July 18.—Five men were
drowned in the Bpilllniaoheen river
40 miles Bouth of here yesterday Ton
men tried to cross the river in a small
boat, when going to camp for supper.
The river iB very high and their boat
struck n rock in the middle. It was
completely wrecked. Five men managed to swim ashore, the other live
were drowned. The dead are: James
Tomlinson, foreniun for the Columbia
River Lumber Co.; E. Sanstrom, A.
Kinmore, Stephen Norris and another,
name unknown, supposed to be a
loreigner. i
St. Peterbiiukc, July 18.—The
Assnsain of General Kozlotf has been
identified as a man belonging to an
organization sworn to kill General
Trepoff, General Prince, I'litintin and
thirteen other persons prominently
connected with court. The assassin
says he was chosen by lot.
San Fhanoisco, July 18. — The
Electrical Workers uniun went, nn
strike this morning, nml tbe street
car system may be tied up.
La LiBERTAi), Salvadoi, July 18.—
Armistice has been decided on, while
the United States tries to bring about
peace between Salvador and Guatemala,
London, July 18.—Tbe House ol
Commons last night passed that portion of the education bill setting up
sell governing education department
in Wales, and the amendment creating a new minister as political head
ol the depart nienl.
London, July 18.—The cabinet bus
decided to rescind, its action cutting
down the naval estimates. It, will
build two battleships of the Dreadnaught class.
Seattle, July 18.—The box of gold
containing $100,000 nf Yukon gold,
which was stolen from the steamer
Ida Mny near Fori Gibbon, Alaska,
has been recovered intact.
Ottawa, July 18 —Lord Grey has
received a cable from the Colonial
Secretary slating Unit tbe King and
(Jiieen regret their inability to visit
Camilla this year.
St. I'CTi-.itsiiniKi, .l.ily 18.—Considerable alarm Ins bum caused owing to
a strike by the police. It is (eared
agitators may lake ndvanlnge of Ihe
unique situation nnd much bloodshed
be caused.
KILLED AfsEATflE.
Seattle, July 10.—With his bend
crushed where be had been struck
with a blunt instrument, the body ol
Kristjan Johnson, a carpenter, wns
lound lying in the sand between Ibe
tracks behind Carsten's packinghouse
yesterday afternoon by an employee
ol the Northern Pacilic The police
and Coroner Carroll ure investigating
the case. The body was found lying
on its hack, the bead resting iu a pool
of blood, and one foot extended across
the rail beneath a gravel car.
A lew Ieet away lay a briok c vered
with blood, and a large chunk ol
cement, also showing bloodstains, wus
discovered. The police believe Johnson was killed by being struck with a
piece of brick.
Johnson )md lived in Vancouver Ior
more than a month. He was a carpenter by trade, and was 29 years old.
His mother is living in Ontario,  Sim
iB reported to he wealthy, and John-
sou was to have returned tn Vanoouver with the next few days to invest u
large sum of money which was tn
bine been sent him.
RAIL AND STEAMER.
Harry Shrapnel, tormerly engineer
out of this place, landed in town last
night on bis way to Khi.it from a
holiday jaunt at the coast. Harry is
tin: picture ol good health and wears
the same genial smile as of yore. The
other cx-Trailites in the Eholt camp
are all doing well. "Reggie" Colmar
is tiring on a steady run now, and
"Happy" McPhcrson has been promoted to a seat on the right hand
side ol the cab.—Trail News.
HOSPITAL DONATIONS.
The nurse in charge at the Revelstoke hospital hereby acknowledges
receipt ol the following donations, and
willies to express deep appreciation lo r
the kindness shown:
Ladies of Knox Church—Ico cream.
Mrs. Harvey — Flowors, beautiful
roses.
Mrs. Williamson—Cake,
Ladies' Guild-Fruit,
HIGH SCHOOL LXAMINTAIONS
All Entrance Results for the
School Year Have Just
Been Announced.
Below will he lound the results ol
the High School entrance cxiiiuinii
tions for the school yeai just closed
The work general shows a decided
Improvement over that, ol former
years. Revelstoke jiasses sixteen out
ol twenty.
Examinations wore conducted al
the [nlluwiiig centres:
Cbilliwack—Number of oaudidatcs, 28j
passed, 10.
Cumberland—Number ol candidates
17; passed, 7.
Grand Forks—Number ol candidates, II; passed, 0.
Kamloops—Number ol candidates,
18; passed, 7.
Kaslo—Number of candidates, HI;
passed, 11.
Liidyeinith—Number of candidates,
14; passed, 7.
| JNanainio—Number nf candidates,
20; passed, 10.
Nelson—Number ol candidates, 20;
passed, 24.
New Westminster — Number of
candidates, 04; passed, 49.
Revelstoke—Number uf candidates,
20; passed, 10.
Rossland—Number of candidates
111; passed, 11.
Vancouver—Number ol candidates,
252; passed, 102,
Vernon—Numbei ol candidates, 8;
passed, 4.
Victoria—Number ol candidates,
141; passed,87.
Total number ol candidates, 043;
total passed, 409.
The pass list of the Girls' Central
school, New Westminster, and of the
Central school, Nelson, were particularly gratifying.
The fifteen bronze medals annually
donated by His Excellency the Governor General have been won by the
following:
Cumberland—Vera L. Cullins.
Fernie—Viola White
Grand Forks—Ida Hartinger.
Kamloops—Maude H. Davies.
Kaslo—Clara M. Stephenson.
Luilysmith—Margaret F, Glenn,
Nanaimo—Percy Chad wick.
Nelson—Richard M. Ferguson.
New Westminster—DorlB L. Chile.
Revelstoke—Charles Gordon.
Riisshind—Eva M. Dnell.
Trail—Delbert C. Brown,
Vancouver — Merrill lies llrisay
(Roberts school.)
Vernon—Jessie M. Kennedy.
Victoria—Thomas G. Norrin (Boys'
Central school.
Tbe following are the Bticoossfnl
candidates of the Kevelfltnke school:
Charles W. Gordon, 707; Ephriam
Smith, 700; Ralph Bell, 091; Arthur
Caley,070; Eric. Coursier, 002; Elsie
Hooley, 051; Kathleen Fraser, 081;
Agnes Blackherg, 020; Ethel Black-
berg, 018; Alma liiirget, 010; Flora
MncRury, llllll; Sidney Robbing, 004;
Edwin Hyatt, 594; Frederick Young,
588; Eva Thompson, 574; Annie
Corson, 500.
THE LATE MRS, E. C. FROMEY
Amid a very large number ol friends
and acquaintances, the body of the
late Mrs. Fromey was laid iu its last
resting place Sunday afternoon. 'I be
services, conducted liy the Rev. Father
Pecnuil, although simple, were imprcs
Bive. After a short service at tlie
house tbe body wns taken to the
church, where the last sad rites ol tbe
Rinnan Catholic Church were per-
lormed. The appropriate music furnished by the choir greatly euhanood
the beauty ol the ceremony.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229, Vi.
I). W„ o! which lodge Mr. Fromey is a
charier member, formed in procession,
testifying their respect for the departed, and sympathy Inr their bereaved
brother. Notwithstanding the intense beat tbe attendance was very
large. The following were the pail
bearers: R. Caley. J. Powers, A. A,
McDonald, E. McSorlcy, Alex. Hob-
son,Dan Jackson.
Thc following wreaths and (lowers
were sent:
Wreath from sorrowing brethren ol
Camp Mountain View, 0. W. 0. Vi.
Wreaths from Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Bourne, and 0. llanor.
Heart—W. II. Robertson,
CrnsBes (rom the Altar Society, the
Ladles' Auxiliary to the Y, M. 0, A.,
Mr. and Mrs. S. (I. Robbius, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Caley, Mr. Robertson, D. Mc-
Inliisb, ,1, Hanoi".
Cut lionets fu.iti Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. Burridge, Mr. and
Mrs. G. McDonald, Miss Lucy McCarthy, Mrs. W. J. Tomlinson, Miss
Helen McCarthy, Mr. Haner, Mr, and
Mrs. Coursier.
LUMBERING
The big boom ol the Bowman Lumber Co., at the mouth ol Fish river,
containing about 12 million leet of
logs, was broken by tho high wind on
Saturday evening and a)out three-
quarters ol the logs floated away. The
logs have since been returned to the
boom.
THE MINES.
The Campbell group of claims
situated on Salmon creek about nne
mile from Beaton has been sold to the
Madison Mining Co., of Elwoo , Ind.,
for 13,000. Thc deal was put through
by George Goldsmith who spent thc
greater part of last winter in tlie east
working ou this and other propositions
BOURNE BROS.
DEALERS IN -=^2^
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
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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,
Boots & Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
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net;   -i il Ibunder shower t-,„,ls the
-ii ;' ir a rdiorl lime, nl tho sumo, time
ti-', lering Bmiiewiinl ni'li ibe buying
The (!. 1', I! Iiai'e nearly completed
the pretty, new section house, nud arc
nl > ik mi iln- round house, pn paring
I,,; lln- two "pusher" engines to be
housed there.
M, ,1 ol iln> resident, ol our town
visited Salmon Arm on Thlll'sdny In
witness ibe Orange celebration. Tbey
re convinced, however, that they can
givo lln- Ann a lew wrinkles in sports'
namigomeiit.
The lake is Ihe most popular resort
just now, ami preparations are being
made lor lite usual camping,
Hi,- two Misses .McLean sustained
sliglll injuries owing lo the breaking
ol Ibe iiit'iry-gi,-round at Salmon Arm
on Thursday, in which tbey woro rid-
Mi ami Mrs. Traynnn are ontor-
taiug some (tit-nils from Un- United
stales ill their rt'siileni'i' al KxpresH
Point.
Tin' annual meeting ol tlio school
hoard was held on Saturday hnl was
imi vory well attended owing to llie
haying lieing in lull swing. The usual
minutes woro got. through and several
resolutions woro passed Ior the school
improvement, The new oll'ii'iTS lor
(lie year are Mr. Aitkin and Mr. Mavis
vice .1, Gilford nml C. Castle retiring,
J, It.Soott LL.li W. I Hrlgg".
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ABBIBTBRS, SoLlCITIins, I'l'l't'.
Monry to Loan
solicitous for molsons bank
First Street, Revelstoke, Il.C
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OBERT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Suiveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box Hi;, Revelstoke,
TjlDWARD A. HAGGEN,
Mining Enoinekb,
iMem. American In-iitttte Mining Engineers)
Ciitittflinii Mining Itistiltile.)
REVEL8T0KE, 11. C.
Kxaiiiiiiittion ot and reports on .Mineral I'rt,
porlies especially.
Gbe fltaiMberalb
" I would . • . earnestly advise them (or
their l-ikk! to ordor tills paper lo In- punctually
rerved up, and to bo looked upon as a partol
tho tea equipage.**-AniusoN.
WEDNESDAY, JULY IS, 1906
REVELSTOKE.
Never Ins more attention been piid
to Revelstoke thin this season. This
city is everywhere regarded as the
soundest and most progressive city ol
the Pacific province, Financial men.
lumbermen, fruit-growers and others
are agreed that from its position,
Revelstoke is bound to be the best
city in the interior of British Colum
bia. Mining men are (also paying
more attention to this section. The
great Big Bend country to the north
is attracting much attention and
several timber deals there have lately
been put through. When the rapid
increase in the value nf timber is
considered, together with the fact that
800 miles of timbered waterways art-
tributary thereto, tbe great lield blithe employment of labor in the near
future becomes strikingly apparent,
This country is all immediately tributary to Kevelstoke. anil musl build up
the business interests,,[ tliis cily and
lay the foundation lor those industries
which become the permanent hack
bone oi a city.
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Tlio regular Inert-
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CORRESPONDENCE.
The Arrowhead Fire.
Editor Maii..Iliiii.ii.ii:
Sn:,—I have read with great interest tbo article appearing in your last
issue concerning thc lire which occurred in our city a lew nights ago. One
important tact Unit 1 would like to
draw your attention to is, that the
fire did not originate in Reid k
Young's store as you have stated. It
originated in the yard at the rear ol
the building nnd W. It. was inside
playing on the lire outside. Thanking you for this space, yours truly,
Smotiikiiku with Smoke.
GREAT NORTHERN VS. C.P.R,
The railway war being carried on
between the Canadian Pacilic and
Great Northern systems gains in interest daily. A few days ngo William
Whyte, vice-president of tbo C.I'.R.,
slnleil the work will bo commenced nt
once on the construction of a nuw line
iu the Kootenay and Boundary Creek
districts, which will, it is anticipated,
meet the competition ol the Victoria,
V incouver ami Eastern line sanctioned at the Insl session ol parliament
and backed by .1. .1. Hill, the directing
genius of the Great Northern. Work
will also bo commenced during the
next few days on the Nicola branch
lioin Coutlee in the sume district. It
will be only six miles in length, hut
its importance liei in the fact thnt it
is llie beginning nf a direct line which
will cut oil' the circuitous bend that is
at present unavoidable in the case ol
all lines connecting the boundary district with the C. P. II. main line to
the Paciflo coast. The completion ol
this line will mark the commencement
of what promises to lie u bitter lighl
between the Canadian I'ncilic and Mr.
Hill for the tinilic ol the mineral
country on the western side ol the
Rockies which the Canadian Pacific is
determined to bold no matter whal
the cost, (if late several high ollieials
of the company hnve been over thc
proposed route and are unanimous in
their opinion that lho line musl be
I,mil at once.
There is a Btrong demand amongst
settlers clearing timbered Ian .Is thai
the Provincial Government supply
stumping powder at cost as the pur-
cbase ol it in Ihe ordinary markel
renders the rust prohibitive for clearing bind. Settlers who have considered the matter say il powder were provided in this way the laiuls ol the
province would be much more rapidly
cleared up and would increase in value
to such an extent as to recoup the
government by the increased taxation
they would pay.
FIRE AfToSSLAND.
ROSSUST), July 10.—Rossland had
a $30,000 blaze Saturday. The fire
started at neon in the F. C. Harrisou
Block, a three-storey structure on the
south side of Columbia Avenue, between Washington Spokane Streets
It began in a room used as n kitchen
by the family ol Hen Lewis, All alarm
was quickly sent in aud the department hurried to the scene, but the
fire spread with great rapidity, and
soon communicated to the Windsoi
H,,tel on the east and a building
occupied by T. It. Morrow, druggisl
on the west. Alier fighting the llami ■
:' ii about >i. ii ii tbey were extinguished the Harrison 1,1, ck and thi
M.,rr..-.i building being reduced t
ruiix and the Windsor hotol completely gutted,
It was thought thai the lire -. -■
completely out hut iparks Irom the
building set the dry mas afire ri d
Hunt Brothers' warehouse, in the centre of the block wesl ol Spokane street,
and an explosion ol a small quantity
of gunpowder drew attention to tin-
fact that the nn rein,us,- was ablaze
As the lirst lire was out the firemen
and volunteer.- turned Iheir entire
attention to the new conflagration.
Iu ball* an hour Ihey bad il under
control, but n,,t until it bud burned
the nock of goods in tho warehouse,
valued at $12,000 and most of tbe
warehouse, nnd gutted the residence
adjoining the warehouse on the cast
occupied by Josiah Stanawny and
family.
The Campbell group of claims has
been held lor some time by Joe Campbell, whose Iriends are pleased to hear
ol his success and wish that he will
live long to enjoy the IruitB of his
labor.—Miner.
AN APPEAL TO NATURALISTS
The Natural History Society has
undertaken the work ol establishing a
Wild Flower Garden iu th s citj. We
have secured  a  mosl eligible site ii
Be: ti  llili Park, ami the city autb
orilies hive promised to make ns two
small rocky ponds.
Our aim i- to secure a represents
live collection of the many beautiful
wild flowers and shrubs native to litis
Province. We now appeal I" anyone
who is interested in the flora of bi -
particular locality to help us. We
want this Fall only those subjects
that will thrive on r,,cks and in drj
situations, a* we shall not have „ iter
until next season. Uur funds are
limited and wi i annot offer to pay for
plains, but will gladly pay freighl
charges ii is n iabor of love on our
pari, uill we shall be glad to beai Ir im
any..ti,- able and willing I,, help us in
the t I work.
Eow Ai,, Wai.lai
President.
Victoria ll C
C. ,l. I'llln'l'NIKH. BKCItKTARV,
SELKIRK LO   (IE, NO  12,1. 0.0. F.
.Moots every'I'lini'Mila-
nvonlnghiOdd Follows
Hull nl S o'clock
Visiting bi-ellirou cur
  ilially iniiicil tt, 1
lend
II. MAI'llilNAI.U, N.ll. .1. M.\'I 111 10. See
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought,
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Halcyon Hot Springs
^Sanitarium.
Under llm new imiiiiigi'ini'iil 'of
ll.imiY  Mi Intiisii,  Hoffman   House
Rossland,
mill') MEDICAL WATERS of Ilul.
.L cyon are the mosl curative In the
world. j*v perfect, natuiul remedy for
all Nervous and Muscular discuses,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning;. A sure cure
for "Thai, Tired Feeling," Special
rates on all boats and trains, Two
malls nirive and depait every day,
Teiegra b communication with all
marts of the world.
Terms—$12 to $18 per week,   For
further particulars apply to
HARRY McINTOSH;
Halcyon Hoi Springs
Arroia LaKe. B. C
M.  J. HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses & Seed Houses
VANCOUVER, B. C.
HEADQUARTERS FOR I'.U'II-'K* COAST
GROWN GARDEN, FIELD AND Fl.iiWKit
SEEDS. New crop now In *in,-k and on Insl
in uiu- greenhouses. Ask your niorclnuit for
iln-iii itt scaled packages. II lie does not handlo
thorn wo will innii an assorted, •'„■ paokots of
vegetable antl Hi,wet- st-ctls (uur owi. selection,
siiitill.lt- fut' 11. (I. gardens! for §1.110. Special
prices on your litilli sued t,
11, ('. (IIIOWN FRUIT AND OIINA-
MENTAL TREES now ready   for   spting
sllillltlllllt.
Extra nine stunk of two nud tlireo-ycnr simile
Trees at $20.00 por 11)0, $180.11(1 per 1,000 j May-
tiai-tl Plums, $1.00 eacli: Italian Prune, two-
year, tine, $-J.i.i.i por lui; Sugar Prune, two-
year, lino, $30.00 | cr im.
Fall list ,,f othor slunk nt regular prices. Nu
expoliso, loss ur delay uf fiiiiiigiiliun or
Inspection,
l,i,i ine prlco your lisl colore placing your
ordor.
Greenhouse Plants, Flor Work, Uco Supplies,
Frail Package*, Fertilisers, etc.
CATALOGUE FREE,
M.  J,   HENRY
mil, WESTMINSTER ItOAII, VANCOUVER, 11. C.
Ilorv ilclniuli- north ensl enrnor poit,'.'
Ibenee wesl su clialns, llienee -oalli Slctalns,
Ibenco nasi so chain., Ihoin'e norlli Sn chains to
place uf ,'otiiia I ,1
Hal,-,! .linn' Illll, llini.
IIUIIIV MelNTOSn,
NOTICE.
To Tin: suiniiuii t,i:n* or TUR I'liis, i: Ml si si; A
itKiTKii-ur.sTi'uMt'tsv, Limits!) Lij.iiii.ity.
NOTICE I1 HliREIIV tilVI.N Hint Hie Animal Meeting ol lho Bliilrclioldon nf Tlie
I'rliii-o Minnie ami I'l-u'liintiiniii Company,
I Imlleil Liability, uill op held nt the Com-
l rs unices, l-i'rsi Btreof, Itevolstoko, B.C.,
un iVeilneiiliiv,the lisl, nli .layol July,
,i. It, nun,!!! i lu- i.i.tir.,( Hlghl o'clock In ihe
iilleruonii, lor on- purpose iii electing olllcori
lur the ensiling yenr, anil for till other |,iirp,,.s,-s
relating (it ibe iintutii, nl nl lln- i'„tii|,.ttiy.
Ami lako mul.-.- ihui ul tbo said niocilug ihe
billowing speoial laislm-ss will hi- liiknn up,
namely ul considering ninl i( iloomoil wlvls-
ai.l.-, passing Hi,- billowing resolution!—
"Thnl ilic provisions ill SeoTInn 141 ol the
'Coinj ics' Act, lain.' im amended i,v suction
Elgin "i ih,- - ompanlei' Am Amendment Act,
I'.'lll,'shllllllpplj lo this I'aiiipillly."
Ilnlcil nt llcvnlstnkn, B.C.. Ihls Isllidnyul
June, l'.Klil.
.I.T. I.AINU, .1, M, BOOTI',
I'rcsitlnnl, Sncrelttrv.
iiy is
Truemans Studio
Is now ojien under nuw ami compelcnl
management.
MR. HEMUS, recenllj of Sydney,
Australia, will meet you and guarantee
vou our usual satisfaction.
THE OLD STAND
Over Canada Drug1 »V  Hook  Company•
MACKENZIE  AVENUE.
WAH CHUNG'S
For Your Fruit Orders Strawberries at $2.50 per crate on
and after July Ist.
Front Street, Revelstoke
1 li HOI
Arrowhead, 8. C.
I'll,HUM ■    ;-
of Aim-, I    ■
(, I Ti.  ll  I
fl foi hire,
Sample I.'..,-,n* in. cnr.ni
l-'it-si-.-l.ts*  house  for  Tutu
i nmtneri ial men,
W. J. Lightburne, Proprietor
Arrowhead, Trout Lake and Nakusp Rural School Districts
Revelstoke Assessment Distriot
rjiAKE NOTICK thai I shall hold a Court ot
1 Itovhtnn and Appeal under llm "Public
Snltutil Anl, 190*1," fur llio Arrowhead, Trout
Lnke an,! Nakusp Kuril! School Ills ,1'lels, on
Wednesday, llm 18l.lt din of July, 1000, at tiro
hulli-uf l wu u'clunk in (ho nftei-nuon, nl. tho
School House, Arrowhead.
Dat.'.l at Kevelstoke, tills lath till) of .lutlo,
mil,
C. M. FIELD,
lire uf llie Court nf Rovis.on and Appeal
Itevelstoko Assessment  Dlslrlol of West
Kootonay,
.ln,l
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
Ad wm iiitT. Iron Diiko, rt'iitclnnmi, Oultuiik nml
Miiisliini' mineral claims, situate in lln- Arrow
Uko Mining Divisiuiiiif Wont Kootonay Dis-
tri.l.
Wlivic Im-iiii-d: on lln- nortli ulrio of IMngston
Crook, about 5 niik-s ivost of Arrow Lako,
Tako notion that [.John Drninmoml Aniioruon,
IM..S., iifTniil, II, 0..agenl for TIiihiiiih Aliriol,
tUI.H.   Nn.   mmi\ Uit'lmrilSinitli, F.M.i:. Nn.
\i9bUh, and Ellzaboth Scott. I'.M.U. No, IW5-268,
iiiit'inl, sixty ilays from tlio ilate horoof, to apply
in tin- Miiiini; ltecoi-dorforCertlBcatoii nf Improve-
mi-ills, fnr llio pnrpiwo nf olitalning Crown Uranta
•>f tin- above ciaime.
Ami fiirtlit-r take iintlco thut action, under hoc-
tion:(?. must In- coinniencoil before tlio Issuance nf
hiicIi I'l-rlilk-itti-s nf Iiuprovemi'lits.
l)atoiUhis23tliilayof June, 1000.
top 18
.1. It, ANDBHSON.
SEE
Wing Chung's newly im-
[lorted stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tea services 'Flower Pots
Plates Uniiirolla Stands
llasknl* Lunch Baskets
Cane Chairs Smoking Jackets
Hand kerchiefs SlTkGoodfl.
GOLD FISH
Finest stock ol candies nnd fruits in town.
Front Street, Revelstoke
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all classes of building
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All kinds of building and Mastering
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, ■ REVELSTOKE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
I\  PROBATE
l\  llll. SUPREME  COURT ol  BRITISH
COI.U.MBI I
■ l-„(i'.iinil Muylaerl deceased,and I
i ■
. - .'M.-,   given Uui  la onlerol  Hi-
IIM1..1.1 .1. i mi iwnl Judge,dated tin Uill da
.i .lal-. 1900, ,,..,:■   sa,ah McCarter, tutk-ia
- iter (or that part,,! Knoteuay Count
..Uan ih.- Revelstoke Electoral lie
ranted Letter, .a Idmlnistratton
-., iHainl ilugnlal tl itateol Tamil
It .,.,1 inteitate.
-. ■ ,,.■- nli.,- ih it all claims npon
-t..    ■ ii.1  ..- ,,.■  lit,i-t   ,... -■■,,, it, I,- II,,- -;,i,l a,I
,1  iii- office [niperfiil Hank Block,
II."..|.,,.k..    II f . ."iliiii   in days fu.ni Ilic.late
■-■   I     'In-   ,,l,i, Imi,in-all pmr Is will he ll
the  tie* ln,[,ill\  ili.'ii-iii
.mal. I
'.(.nlli.I. -MUII MCCARTER,
ImTelal  I'laiiiii-lial,',
' :tl?day.,(.ltily, nm. 4
sop ties
Mi-. II .Ml    -       Manai 1
First-Class Table
Private Dining Boxes
Law 1 -•' '-,r
im. ,,-
Furnished Rooms To Let.
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE
THE MONEY SAVING
WORK-SAVING SOAP
Thai'- lloyal Crown kiml—
loiiili- in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory west oi Winnipeg, llniisi- cleaning und
wasliingarccasy with its help.
Ami iln, money laving is the
Premium System
liookli-i tolls what we Kin' for
Royal Crown Wrappers, Send
lm-   it—Free—Also  try the
Soup.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
SUGAR DIAMONDS
Is the purest form in which can'; sugar c«n
be made. Every ?j<iva sparkles with brilliancy, tlie res i il perfect crystalization.
Ynu will '»• pleased the moment you open
a box. i w I b: delighted after trying it
in your tci 0 /-'fee. Sold everywhere in
' ,     .  lied packages.
UMCTUd o by
[lie \l C. £ y    I; ii.ng Co., Ltd., Vancouver, B. C
.  .,-rtf*,..i,*.V«A>.*r- . .il
•■•UW?\
1. I
if lin
m.uth
'liains
'lining
2. I'i
il II.Mii
IIOlllll,
'Iinins:
ihalns
Date
:i. Ci
lOUlll 0
Its mon
Ilium.
Iinins
4,   l'
10 l-liil
linlm
I);il'
utiiiiicii. iii;1 nt a oust uhoiit (nil)* lull* soulh
iiil.ii1.*.  (i,di uml about !•> milus iiomiis
11 ii-n ce post (HI  rliitiii-.iliHi.v -.uiiili su
;  tin mi-  west .^iii'lKiiiis,   tliiiii'f  n.iitliMl
tn puiui nf commencement,
oininencillgal it |iust ubout ten roiljHuutli
bull Civi-k, uml iibuUt 6 miles i'vum ils
I In-ill t vast 40 clialna, thence south lt)0
tlionre west 4(1 chains, them-e nurih 100
tn puiui of commencement.
il Mny mull, 1900.
J. BARKV.
iinmcnehig »t a post about four chains
il liiiliibuw Creek ami nbout 4 miles from
ilii. llienee east so Hums, thence norlli SO
liieuce west 80 ctiuinu, thence soutli 8U
in point of coinnieiiceiuenti
ommenclng ut u post ubout fourcliuin*i
<f Itaiiilmw Creuk, ami about 4 miles from
ith, tlience west t>u chains, theuce north HO
ins, tlience west 80 chains, thence south 40
llii'iiii- east 100 ilmliiH, theuce south 40
to point of commencement,
onninmcliig at n posL about fourclmhm
if Kahihow Creek, uml ubout 1 miles from
ith, tlience west itxi chains, theuce suuth
ns. ilii'iiii-i-iist nm chains,tlience north40
t<l |l"illl nf iMIllllll'lliT lit.
il May UOtli, left).
C. M. SVMONS,
,1. Hurry, l.ui-utoi*,
NOTICE.
Nnl ire is In-rt'by given Unit thirty ilays after
l.ili-1 iiiii'iiil i- apply iiiilic Chief Coiinulssluiiei'
ii Ijtmls ami Works lm u special license to cut
mil rimy away timber from tlm following ilt-sciili
i'i| la mis sjt nali' mi tin- Slntswiiu Kiver, Yale ills-
ti*li*l, II, C:
1. Uoiimienoliig al a iiusl, plunteilubout three-
I nin t lis uf a mih- simi h ut t hu north west corner of
liOttMlB, Hit-  north Hid chains, thence east III
■lmin*-, llu'iin- south m cliiiliui, tlience west
halns, llienco smith w chains, theuce east 4(1
lialim to point uf coiiiinciiuniiient.
2. I'liiuuii'iu-iiiu nt u post planted about one
uml um- 'mirth miles south of tlm north west cur-
of hot isis, thence west ICO chains, thence
mn ili in clialna, thence cast, i no ehains, theuce
soutli KI I'hultis to puint of cDimiionceniaiit.
Dated M ay MHh, 190
J. liAHHV
3. Commencing ut- u post phuiteil about two
ami one fmirth iiiilns smilli o[ the north went corner of Lot 2818, theuce north 811 rhiilus, thencu
wesl. Sll chains, thence south 80 i'liains, tlience
easl 8li cliains to point of cuiuiueuceiuent,
1. Conniicnchijr, at a pont planted about twu
uml ouc-fmirlh miies frmn the north went corner of
Lot 2818, thence went 40 chains, thence south 100
ohains, thence west 40 cliains, thence north 60
ohains, thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
ehnins to puint of coiuineiicement.
Dated Muy nth, i.hhi.
O. M. SYMONS.
J. Barry, Locator,
ft. Cmumfiiiohig ftt .'i pusl nbout five miles nortli
ami uiie-liulf mlh- east uf the nnrtli weHt corner »f
but 2818, tlienci' west UK) clmins, nurth (0 chains,
enst too chains, smith 4ll chains to point of commencement.
0. Commencing ut- a post planted about ve
miles noilli nnd mie-lialf mile east of theniiili
west corner uf IM 2818, thence west UK) clmins,
thence soutli III cliiiins, theuce east 161) ehuins,
theuce north 4(1 clmiiis to puint nf commencement.
Dated May :mth. IIHHI.
J. HAKRY.
7. Commencing at a post plauted nbout one
mile nurth nf timber limit 0300, thence north 80
chnlns, theuce east 80 ehnins, thence smith 80
chains, thenee west 81. chnlns to pniutof coin
nieiicemeiit,
8, Commencing at a post about one mile nurth
of timber limit li-'iuo, theuce smith Wl clmins, thenoe
east 81) ehuins, thenee nurth 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains tn point of commencement.
1). Cumuicncing at u post planted about iix
miles nurth uf [he north eust comer of IM 2818,
thence oast 81) chains, smith 80 chains, west 80
ohains, thenee north 80 chnlns to poiut of com
nieiicemeiit.
Dated Mnv Mil. 1900*
C. Mj.HVMONB,
.1. Harry, Iriicntor.
LAND NOTICE
NOTICK IS UKBKBV UIVKN thnt sixty days
afterdiltul intend to apply to the Hon. Chief
Commissioner of bunds and Works for pormlnslnn
to purchase the follnwhiK described lands situate
in the West Kootenay district.
i uiiinieiicing ut uu initial post erected on the
north bnnk of the Lnrdo river, nbout one-eight
mile west of kike creek and marked "D. P. Kane's
south east corner pust," thence north 2(1 chains:
theuce west 80 chnlns; thence south 20 chains,
more or less to Liirdo river; tlience easterly following the bank of the river 80 chains more or lens to
point "f commencement, comprising one hundred
und sixly acres nmre nr less.
Dated the milli Muy, UNHl.
1). P. KANE,
NOTICE
VfOTICK IS HKItKHY QIVKN lhat thirty
1\ days utter date I intend to apply to the
Chiof Commissioner of l^inds and works for a
special license to cut nnd carry away timber
from thc following described lands situated
in tlie West Kootenay District, west side of Cpper
Arrow Luke opposite Nakusp:—
1. Commencing ntn |iust marked "North Kast
Corner Post." llu-nee So ehains west, HO chains
snulli, 80 clmins east, no clmiiis mirth to point of
commencement,
2. Commencing at n post adjoining No. I limit
un  Um nurth side, tin e 40 ehuins north, 100
chains west, 40 ehains smith, I Oil enst to puint of
commencement.
Dated 8th day of June, 1900,
KD. LKPINK.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that on days after date 1
intend lo apply tu the Chief Commissioner of
Lands uml W inks for permission to purchase the
following described lands, situute near Tete Jaime
Cache, Cariboo district, It. c.:-
Commeiichig al it post plunted atthe south
ivest curuer of I.ul hu mul marked "U B, Nagle's
n«rt Invest comer post," thence south 40 chains,
tlience east Idi chains, thence north 40 ehnins,
thence west lOOchalusto pointof commencement,
containing ow acres more or less.
Dated 14th day of April, 1906,
O. B. NAGLK,
Kevelstoke, B.C.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days nfter date j
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands uud Works for permission to purchase the
following described lands, situute near Tete
jaune Cache, Cariboo district, B. C.:-
Commenelng at u pust plunted ut the south eust
corner of Lot \m ami marked "ti. McKean's suuth
west corner post," tlience east t,o chnlns, thence
north 120 chains, more or less, tu the bunk uf the
Fraser Kiver, thencu west jo chains along the
hunk uf the Fraser Kiver to the oust boundary of
Lot 480.thence south l'-0 ehnins, more nrless,
along the east boundary of Lot jho to the point of
commencement, containing ooo acres more ur lefts.
Dated the Utli day of April, lm.
K. McBKAN,
Itevelstoke, U. C.
NOTICK
N„n,-,- Is lierelw given that 00 days frnin tlnlu I
iiii,-„,li„.,|,|,h i„ tl,,' llomiralilotlm ClilolCora-
 il r..l (..tails ami Walks far i, ilsslulitn
pnrcbase Hi,- lollonlng ileserllieil Iniuls In llie
tt'.-t Kuotenii) DliIiTct, ,-asl iliore „( l'|i|iw
lit",. I.Hk,-:
t i.rnineni-lng nl a pint mnrkeil "J. D. Coplntr*
....nti n-oii comer," at tlienortli west comer of
ii -,.- i    im miles nortli ol NnkiisB,
it,,., ,,,t -,, chains more or leu, tlience nortli
-" ti ii ai-iir lest, tlience w,-s! so i-liiilosiiiori'
or I  Hi,- I.nli' -Imr,- ila-i Ill a general
.Miitii'ili illrectlon slung tlie l.nk,- slioro mii-litiins
in tens ti. point ol ,',„i,,iii'iii'i'tnfiil. i-iiiiliilii
mu mn .H-ri- more or I,-...
Datetl Ilii- 23.1.1 .lay „l May, 1000,
.1   1). I'lll'I.AN.
Per llalpli sly,-, Agent.
LAND NOTICE,
\ ■ 111 ii ix is hereby given that ivi days after dab
i\   l iiiimid to tipjdvt" Uu- chief Commissioner
,f l i. ..i,d Worki fur permission tn purchase
the following desrrllied binds mi lho "Big Lodge"
WlgDll nad Arroffhoajl .Miniliu Division, West
Kootenay District:
( ommenclng al < posl aboul ten cliains soulli
the H mile nosl on the Kfif I*fldge" ivngoii road
and mnrkeil "C, M. Hymons north west curuer."
thenci -'i-' i" chaini.tlienco soulh 40 ohnlns,
thenoe west4o chains, thonce nurih 10 chnlns to
dot of luniuii'iii'-uunl
Dated May lit, nisi.
C. M, SYMONS.
NOTICE
NOTICK ii horobj rIvm that BOdays nf
dale I Intend loapiilv lo tlm chief r<
rhlnlonor of 1-umU and «'orks for aip60i„
llf-,«n«n Uir.nl nnd currv nwny tluilter from the
follow I iix dosorlbed  land- sltunlod In   West
Kootenay dl'tnot!
Commencing al a pnsl m the wesl side of I'pner
Arrow   LultM stnrtlna  at  lb**   Y (' L Co. Ltd.'f
mrth west rorner post No. 3, * hence 40 fhaln«
-■ast; thorn* a\ chains north; then-****"" wi chslnn
west, thenci *i i-hnlns south, ihrnrp 10 cnilni
ml to piece o| pnmmfn^ment.
Drilfid lllli diynf June, IfKlfl.
FBBD FREDBHE
-Uth eust comet," ut the suulh wesl corner of
Lot 802, ami about ' mile iiuuth of Fusthull
Creek, tbenee noitli 4u ehuins, thence west 8u
ihalns, theuce smith in clialns. tlience eustbu1
•tiuin-j in vim nf commencement, containing U2u
acres.
Dated this Uth dny nf June, hm
W, W, LOCK,
PorTi C. Mukinsnii, Agent.
Commencing ut n pust mnrked "L. M.Juhn-
stoue's suuth eust corner," at the south we*l curuer
of Thomas Webster's upplicatiuii tu pun-hnse,
ahout 8 miles smith of Fosthnll Creek und about 1
1)4 miles frum the hike, theme nurth80cbnins, I
tuthe south boundary of o.J.iiuuimoiul'suppli-
eal imi tu purchase, thence west Hu chains, thence
suuth 40 cliains, thence east 20 chains, thence
iniiih 40 chains, thence east UU ehuins lo puint uf
uuuuencement, containing BtJOacres.
Dated this 121 h duy of June, 1906.
L. M JOHNSTONK,
Per llalph Slye, Agent.
Cnuiiuenclng nt 11 pust marked "M. C. Dicker-
sun's north west comer," on ihe show of lpper Arrow lake, about :t miles south uf Fosthall creek and
ubout 201 chains nnrlh ol the suuth eust curuer of
Thumus Webster's«pplicut lun tu purchase, tlience
smith 80 chnlns, thence east 80 ehuins more ur
less tu the shore uf Arrow Lake, theuce following
said shore in 11 -general northerly nud westerly
direction 120 chaius mure nrless tu puint uf cum-
nieneemeut, coutuinlngi040 acres more or less.
Dnted this 12lh duy of June, IttOO.
M. C DICKKKSON,
Per Itnlph Slye, Agent.
Commencing ut n post marked "K, A. Slye's
south east comer," nbout l| miles suulh of Fust-
hull Creek, at the smith west corner of l.uM.v/ii,
thence norlh HU chnlns uhmti the west buiindiiry uf
Lot 4570, thence west HU chains, theiieo suulh W
chains, thence east mi chains lu puint uf coin-
uiunceiiienl, cuntniiiing uiu acres.
Dated this mh duy of June, lOiiu.
K. A. SLYK,
Per Itnlph Slye, Agent.
Commencing at it post niarked "A, Dolleumey-
er's north enst corner," nbout 111 ehuins west of the
south wesl corner of Lot H()2, at the north west
corner of K. A. She's uppHcuthui lo purelinse aud
■il m mt '-j mite south of Fosthnll creek, thence west
80 ehaiiis, theuce south 8U chnlns, thence enst 80
chnlns, thence north 80 clmins tu pnlnt uf cum
mmicoment, containing 640 acres,
Dated this nth dny nf June, lww.
A. DOLLKNMKYKB,
Per Itnlph Hlye, Agent,
Commencing nt a pust marked "F. a. slye's
north enst corner," nbout IU miles south uf Fosthall Creek, mul ubout l| miles from tho lnke
slum*, nt the uortli west corner of (1. J. llammond's
application to purchase, theuce west KU ehuins,
tnence south 8U ehnins, theuce eust 80 chnlni,
thence north 811 chnlns, to point of commence1
ment, containing 04U acres.
Dated this 12111 duy of June, 1900.
F. A. SLYK,
Per Kalph Slye, Agent.
Commenolng at a post mnrked "M.C.Slye's
north east corner," nt the soutli enst comer of
Thomus Webster's applicatinn lu purchnse, nbuut
8 miles south of Fosthall Creek, and about J
mile (mm the lake, thence west mi clmiiis, thence
south 4il chnlns, thence enst 40 chains, thencu
smith 40 clmins, thence east 40 elinlns, thence
north 80 chains to point <>f commencement, con
tnining 480 seres.
Dated this 12th day of June, luuu.
M. C, SLYK,
Per Kalph Slye, Agent.
Commencing nt u post mnrked "A. K, Hammond's north west corner,'alHiutlU miles smith
of Fosthall ('reek nt the smith east cumer nf IM
4,f,"iV thence smith 80 chnlns, theuce enst 4U chains,
more or less to thc lake shore, theuce following
said shore In a general northerly direction 811
chains more or less to the south boundary of J. L-
Hindi's application to purchase, thence west 40
elinlns,more nrless, U) puint of commencement,
ciintaining Mfl acres nmre or less.
Dated this 12th duy nf June, hm.
A. K, HAMMOND,
Per Kalph Hlye, Agent,
Commencing nt n post marked "0. .1. Ham
mood's north enst comer," about IU miles south
of Fosthnll Creek, at the south east corner of IM
4f,76, thence west 80chnhis, thence south 80 chains,
thence easl ho chnlns, thence north 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing 640 acres.
Dated thin 12th dny id June, 1000.
(I. J. HAMMOND,
Per Kalph Slye, Agent,
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 nwny timber from the
following described lauds situate In the West
Kootenay District:
1, Commencing at a post planted about one
mite from went hank of Columbia Kiver and about
one and half miles north of Seymour ('reek and
marked "C. F. landmark's south east comer post,"
tlience north 81) chains, went 80 chains, suuth 80
clmins and enst 80 clmiiis to point ot commencement,
2. Commencing ut a poat planted aliout two
miles from Columbia Kiver un its west bank mid
nbuut mie nmi Imlf miles nurth nf Seymour Creek,
Hinl marked 'V. F. landmark's suulh east enrner
post," thence nurth bo ehuins, west 80 chains, south
80 chains and enst su chains to point of commencement.
:t. Commencing at a post planted ahuul three
miles from Columbia Kiver nud about one and
half miles north of Seymour Creek aud marked
"O. F. Liiiilmnrk's south eust enrner pust." tlience
north 80 ohains, west 80 chains, suulh 80 chnlns
uud enst 8U ehnins to puint uf cuminencemeut.
4. Cummeiichig at a pnst planted one mile from
west hunk of Columbia Kiver and four miles north
nf Seymour Creek und marked "C. F, landmark'-
smith east enrner post," thenee nurth 80 clialns,
west 80 chains, soutli 80 ehuins, und eust 80 chains
tu point uf commencement.
Dated Mav Ktrd, 1W6.
r"*UBLKSF. LINDMARK,
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given (hnt thirty days after
date I Intend to apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Work n (or a special lleeuiu
tocutandesrrvaway timber from Ihe following described lands, situate iu llie Osoyoos
Division of Yale Dislricl: -
1. Commencing nt u posl planted on tho eust
bank of the south branch of Cherry creek at a
poiut 8 miles north-easterly from the 40 mile
PO.--1 ou the Monashee wugou road aud marked
"S. Hill's north east corner," thence south 80
chains; thence west SO ehuins: thence north 80
ohains; thence east 80 chaius to the pointof
cummoucoment-
2, Commencing ut u post plauted 011 the east
bunk of the south branch of Cherry Creek ut a
poiut S miles uorth-eafterly from the 40-mile
post on the Mouashee wagon rond nnd niarked
"S. Hill's uorth west corner," theuco south 80
cliains; thence oust 80 chaius; theuce north 80
ehuins; thonce west 80 chains lo the point of
commencement.
8, Commencing ut u post plauted 011 the east
bnnk of the south branch of ('berry creok at a
point 8 miles uorth-oustorly frnm the 40-mile
post on the Monashee wugou road and marked
S. Hill's suuth west corner," theuce north 80
clmins; thouco east 80 ehnins; theuce south 80
chnlns; theuce west 80 chains to the poiut of
commencement.
4. Commeueiug at u post plmted on the south
bunk of ('berry creek tibtmi 9 miles from the
40-mile post on the Monushee wagou road and
marked "S. Hill's youth west corner," thence
east 100 chains;thence uorth 40 chaius; thence
west lOOchains; thence south 40 chains tothe
poiut of commencement.
5. Commencing at u isist plantod 011 tho
soulh bunk of Cherry creek about li miles from
tho 40-mlle pust on the Monushee wugou rond
und mnrked "8. Hill's north west corner,"
thenco oust 100 chuius; theuce south 40 cbnins;
theuce west 100 chuius; theuce north 40 ehuins
to the point of couiineucuiiienl.
Locutml 24th Muy, 1900.
6. Commonclug nt 11 imsl planted about u
milo wust frum the west bank of Lake Creok,
about 7 miles up from the junction of Luke
creuilMiml tlieuorth fork of Chorry creek und
miiijj.i-il ' H. Hill's soutli east corner post,"
ihi V1111 .rib Nil chain-; thenco west 80 chains;
thmme south 80 chuius; thence eust 80 ohnins to
the point of commencement.
7. ('oniinonciiig ut n post plauted about a
milo west from the west bank of Lnke creek,
ittxiui 7 miles up from the Junction of Lake
crook nnd lho norlli folk of Cherry creek and
mnrked "8. Hill's suulh wott corner post,"
thencn eust 80 chnlns; thenco north 80 chnlns;
thonce wost HI)chains; thonce south 80 chains to
the in not of conimnneniiienl.
Located 28th Muy, 1000.
Dntod this Olh day of June, mm,
S. HILL
j.uuu s norm euiii curuer, vuuim 1 mi 10 «i»
north furk of Uoldstremu Ihence norlh 40
clmins east ltioehalus,south40chains, west 160
cliains to point of commencement,
2. Commenolng at a post marked "Uus
LundD north west corner.' about i mile up
nortli fork uf Coldstream, Ihenee south 40
chnlns, east loo chains north 40 chains, welt 100
chains lo point of commencement.
8. Commencing nt a post mnrked "Uus
Lund's nurth west comer," about 4 mile below
north fork of Uoldstream, on left bank, thence
north 40 chains, eust 100 ehalus, south 40 ehalus,
west Itiu chains to point tif commencement.
4. Commencing at u post marked "Uus
Lund's norlh east cornor,"about i below north
fork uf Uoldstream, ou left bank, theuce south
160 ohains, west 40 chains, uorth 100 chains, east
40 chains to pluce of commencement.
6, Commencing at a posl marked "Uus
Lund's north east corner,' ahout 1 mile from
mouth of Caribou ('reck where It joins Gold-
stream, thence suuth 100 ohains, west 40 chaini,
north 100 ehains, east 40 chains to point of
comiiu-iimnciit.
0. Cuiiinii-uciuK at a post marked "Gus
Lund's ■.uiith cast cornor," about 1 mile from
mouth of Caribou Creok where lt joins Gold-
si mini, thence west 40 chains, north 160 chains,
east 4ii chains, south 100 chains to point of
commencement.
i.   Ciiiinneiii-lng   at   a post niarked  "Gut,
.nod's north east cornui,' about 1 mile from
mouth of Caribou Creek where it joins Gold-
stream, 1 lumen west40 ehuins. soulh 160 ehains.
uast 40 chuius, north 100 chains to point of
i-uiiiiiieiiueiiieiil.
8. Commencing at a post markod "Uus
Lund's north west oorner, about? miles below
north fork of Goldstream, thence east 1*90
clmins, Miiith 40 chains, west 160 chains, north
4" chains to point of com nieiicemeiit,
9. Commencing at a post mnrked "Gus
Lund's north east corner,' about 7 miles below
north fork of Goidstroam, thenoo south 160
ohains, west 411 chnlns north 100 chains, cast
40chains to pointof commencement,
10. Commencing at a post niarked ''Gus
Lund's south oast corner," about 7 miles below
uorth fork of Goldstream, thenco north 80
chains west 80 chains, south 80 ohalne, east 80
chains to point of commencement.
11. Commencing at a post marked "Gus
Lund's north wost corner," about 9 miles below
north fork of Goldstream, thenoe north 80
chains, enst 80 chaini, south 80 chains, west 80
chains to point of commencement.
12. Commencing at a post marked "Gus
Lund h south east corner," about 9 miles below
north fork of Goldstream, thenee north 80
chains, west 80 chains, south 80 ohains, eust 80
chnlns to pointof commencement.
1.1. ('ommenclng at a post mnrkod 'Uus
Lund's south west corner," about I) milos below
north fork of Golds!renin, thonce south 8(1
chaius,east 80 chains,north 8(1 chains, wost80
chains to point of commencement,
14. Commonoing nt a post marked "Gun
Lund's south cost corner," about 9 miles below
north fork of Goidstroam. thenco south 80
chains, west 80 chains, north 80 chains, cast 80
chains to point of commencement.
15. Commencing at a post marked "Gus
Lund's south westcorner/'aboutU miles below
fork of Goldstream. thence north 80 chains,
east 80 chains, south 80 chains, west 80 chains
to point of commencement.
16. Commencing at a poit mnrkod "Gn
Lund's south east corner," about 11 miles below
fork of Goldstream, thenco north 80 chains
west 80 chains, south 60 chains, east 80 chaini
to point of commencement.
17. Commencing at a post marked "Que
Lund's north wost cornor," about 11 miles below
fork of Goldstream, thence south 80 chains, east
80 chains, north 80 chains, west 80 chains to
point of commencement.
18. Commencing at a post marked "Gus
Lund's north east corner,' nbout II miles below
fork of Moldilream, thenoo south 80 chains,
west 80chains, north 80 chains, east 80 chains to
point of commencement.
Dated June 10th, 190G.
19. Commonolng at a poit marked ''Qui
Lund's south east corner, about 3 miles up
Camp Creek, thenco north 100 chains, west 40
chaius, south 160 chains, east 40 chains to point
of commencement.
20. Commencing at a post marked "Gus
Lund's soulh west cornor." about 3 miles up
Camp Creek, thence north 160 chaini, east 40
chains, south 160 chains, went40 chains to point
of commoncement.
21. Commencing at a pont marked "Gus
Lund's north west cornor," about 3 miles up
Camp Croek, thence east 160 chains, wuth 10
chains, wost 160 chali.x, north 40 ohains to point
of commencement,
22. Commencing nt a post marked "Gus
Lund's north east corner," about 3 miles up
Camp Creek, thenoo west Uio chains, south 40
chains, east 160 chains, north 40 chains to point
of commencement,
23. Commencing at a noit marked "Gus
Lund's north west comer, about 2j mllen up
Camp ('reek, thence east 160 chains, south 40
ohnins, wesl, KKi chains, north 40 chains tu
point of commencement.
24. Commencing at a post marked "Qua
Lund's smith cast comer,' about 2) miles up
('amp Creek, thence wont 160 chains, south 10
ehains, enst 160ohains, uortli 40 ehalus to point
of commoncement.
2.1, Commencing at n post marked "Gus
Lund's south enst. comer." about 4 miles bolow
McCullough Creek, 2 mllen from (ioliLl ream,
thenee north 8(1 ehalus, west 80 chains, -south 80
chains, east 811 chains to point of commencement,
28, Commencing nt a post marked "(inn
Lmiil's soulh wesl corner." aliout 4 mllen below
McCullough ('reek, 2 miles from Uoldntrenni,
thenco uorth 80 chains, east 80 chains, south 80
chains, west 80 chains to point of commence
mont.
27. Commencing at a post markod "Uui
Lund's north west corner," ubout 4 miles bolow
McCnllough Creek, 2 milos from Uoldstream,
thonce south 80 chains, east 80 chains, north 80
chains, west 80 chains to point of commencement.
28. Commencing al a post mnrked "Gun
Lund's north east corner,'' about 4 miles below
McCullough (-reek, 2 miles from Goldstream,
thence south 80 chaius, west 80 chains, north 80
chains, east 8(1 ehains lo pointof commencement,
Dated June 12th, 1906,
GUS LUND, locator.
FREIGHTING
I nm |u.-pnri'il lo iiiiili'i'liiki' 11II kinds of
l'ii-ij,'liliiiK nml toiiuilnir.
STEAMER STAGE
My ntHR1' connecting between the
hl.,iiiuT iiml the city Iciiii's llm City
«t, 111.111. Tut'sdiiys and Fridays, connecting with the Steiimer Kevelstoke
for the Dig llend, nnd also meets the
steamer on the return trip siiniprluys,
Leave word nt Navigation Company's office or my Stables whete to
call.
ROBERT SAMSON.
NOTICE
NOTICK is hereby given that 30 days after
dato 1 intend to apply tu the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and works for a special license tu cut and carry nwuy timber from
the following described lands situated jn the
Osoyoos division of Vale District :-
1. Commencing at a post planted ou the east
hunk of tbe suuth fork of Cherry ereek ubout 7
milos up from the 40-mile pust ou the MouasliM
wagou rotd and markod "D. Woolsey's southeast corner post," thence uorth flOehains; theuce
west 80 chuius; thenco south 80chains; thence
eust 80 ehuins to the point of commencement.
2. Commencing at a post plunted on the east
buuk of the south fork ot Cherry creek, about 1
miles up from the 40-mile pout on the Monashee
wagou rond and niarked "D. Woolsey's south
west corner," thence north 80 chains; thouce
eust 80chuius; Ihence south 80 ohains; thence
west 80 chains to the poiut of com menoement.
Located 23rd May, 1906.
3. Cumuieueing at a post plauted on tha
south buuk of Cherry Creek about V miles from
the 40-mlle wist uu the Monashee wagon road
und marked "D. Woolsey's north east corner,"
thonco wost 100 chaius; thenee south 40 ehuins;
theuce oust 160 ehalus; theuce north 40 chains
to the pointof cummencement.
4. Commeueiug at a post planted ou the
south bunk of Cherry Creek about 9 miles from
the 40-mile post un the Monashee wngoii rund
und marked "D. Woulsev's south-east corner,"
thonco west PXIchuius; tnence north 40ehnins;
thenee enst 100 chains; thence south 40 chains
to the point of commencement.
Located 24th Mny, 11)06.
5. Commencing ut u post planted about a
mile west from the west bank of Lake Creek,
about 7 miles up from the junction of Lake
Creek and the north fork of Cherry Creek nud
marked "D. Woolsey's north east corner jpost,"
theuce wsst 80 chaius; thenee south 80 chains;
thenco east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains to
the point of commencement.
Located 28th May, 1900.
Dated this 0th day of June, litoti,
D, WOOLSEY.
Certificate of Improvements.
1TOTIOE
Kiniicls Mineral Claim, situate iu the Rcrelntoke
Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located: -North of Iron Hill   Mineral
Claim. Standard Itaitn, Dig Hend,
Ta kc not ice that I, Jas. I. Wnndrnw, F.M.C. No.
HBMTft. acting nn agent for myself snd A. W, Mc*
Intosh, F.M.C. No. HB8406, Geo. .Inhnnnn, F.M.C,
No. D88027, Kllsaheth McMahnn F.M.C. No.
B8B589, Intend sixty days from the date hereof, tn
apply to tlie Mining Recorder for a Certificate nf
Improvements, for the purpose nf obtaining a
Crown Grant nf the above claim.
And further take nntlce that sotlnn, under i*c>
tion 37, must be commenced before the Issuance nf
inch Certificate of Ituprnrenieats.
Dated this rnurteenth day of May, 4.D., 1W«,
JAB. I. WOODROW, ■ '//m/ii.^Tim
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John E. Wood's Furniture Store
valley, on Wednesday, July lltli.
The meeting opened wit li the remarks of iu - chairman, lie drew attention to Ihe object of the club nml
referred to the fact that uur oanip was
upon the axial point ol an Alpine district thut for suuiv-croivned grandeur
and variety of the highest type of
mountain scenery litis not its peer
through, un the entire Rooky Mountain
legion.
Hi- uski-,1 ii* in gu/e ar 1 iii any
direction nt the ivonderliil panorama
tluit was spread belore us to mnke it
apparent how presuinptuus ivould he
description on his part.
The club, be snid, ivould send out its
graduates to make their mark in our
mountain centres and in various pnrts
of the world, lle spoke of the loyally
nl the outlitters nnd of their wonderful knowledge ol the mountains und it
was tbey wliu had made it possihle lor
us to see the wonders of this district
that wo might spread a knowledge ol
it throughout ihe length and breadth
ol Canada.
Valuable assistance had been given
by the Dominion Government and by
the Government of Alberta. The 0,
P R. bad assisted tn a considerable
degree nnd our thiinks are also due to
the R. N. W M, P.
The speech was received wilh cheers.
Tbe secretary and treasurer's report
was then made which was received
with acclamation,
There were several amendments
made In the constitution.
After votes of thanks the meeting
adjourned.
Dr. Herdman gave an excellent
address,
It was decided to hold the next ciinip
In llie province of Alberta in the beautiful Paradise valley. The announcement of the decision to hold the enmp
in the sunny province was received
with hearty applause. i
I). E. Campbell, the well-known
out litter, gave an account ol the dis
covery of Ptarmigan valley. This
narrative was listened to with rapt
attention snd llis remarks were punctuated with henrty jipplauBe. The
meeting was adjourned until Saturday
night as the official climbers had to
rise early the next morning.
BANKER'S ^ROUBLES.
Breach of Promise Case.
Montreal, July 14.—Miss Emma
dishing has instituted an action lor
breach of promise of marriage against
K. M. Christie, a former manager ol
tlie Canadian Bnnk of Commerce near
here, but now stationed nt their branch
at Pentiction, Ii. C.
Miss dishing claims in an itemized
account damages to the extent of
$23,000. Miss dishing applied (or a
writ ol attachment on moneys held by
Mr. Christie. This was refused, the
judge holding that there was no ground
for the claim that Mr. Christie had
lelt the province for the purpose of
defrauding bis creditors.
Among the items in the account lur
damages is one lor $15,000 Ior loss of
support lor an estimated lifetime ol %
years, $200 lor presents, $10,000 Ior
medical attention ns the direct result
of his refusal to marry her and $6,000
for lacerated feelings.
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST STREET.
Oidi-m fn* I'cel mul Mutton,
'oliltry, Kish nnd small goods
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NOTICE.
after
ASK YOUR  DEALER   FOR
"KURTZ'S PIONEERS"
"KURTZ'S OWN"
"SPANISH BLOSSOMS"
UNION    MADE   CIGARS
MANOFSCTURtO   111
Kurtz's Pioneer Cigar Factory
148', Cordova Sl., W.
VANCOUVER, -  ■   B. C.
NOTICE.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS   ONLY.
REVELTSOKE, B. C-
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Richard R. Copeland
JOBBING CARPENTER
AND CABINETMAKER
Mantles, Shelving, Screen Doors, etc
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Kotlooli hereby Riven that thirty daya aftor
limn l init'iul in apply i» ihe Hon. Chief commissioner ol Lands and Works for a special
liconso to (int ami carry nwuy Minder frmn lho
following described lands.
1. rominemdiig al u nosl plumed <m linens t Imiik of tho imrih fork ol Hie crock nlmut
fiw miles above thc forks and niarked "K, 1*.
ll.'h north west corner post," thonco cast 40
chains thenco south 100 OHains. thonco west 40
chains, thoncu north HHi chains lo pointof
commencement.
2. Commencing al a post plnuled on tho
easl tmiik of Ihe north fork nfHfe ereek about
61 miles above the forks and mnrkeil "K, p,
II.'.s imrtli east corner post," thenco west-li)
chains, thoneo south KM chnlns, tlience ensl-Hi
chains, thenco north Kill chal-ns to point of
commoncement
8, Commonolng at n post planlcd ou the
oasl hank nf the nortli fork of Fife orook about
ii'.. miles above the lork." ami marked ' K, I'.
II,'8 south west ctirner post," thonce east Ml
ehiiliiH, thonce north till ehaiiis, tbenee wost-SO
chains, thouce .south sn ehains to pointof
commoncomont,
-I, i'om mend ns at a post plnuled on llm
cast bank of the north fork of Hfe ereek, nb nit
6U in lies above the fork* ami marked ■ E I1.
Il's south east enrner pnsl," Ihence wust -III
chuius, thencu north UlO chains, thunco dwl in
chains, thonco south Kin ehuins to point of
commencement.
6, Commencing at « post i lamed mi ilu-
wost bank of tho nnrlh inrkol Fife ereek about
smiles abovo lho forks and marked "h P ll.'s
south oast enrner post," thonco west-in ehuins.
thenee north 11HI chains, I hence eust 10 chains,
thenoo suulh H'>0 chains tn pnlnt nf en en	
ment.
ii commenolng a[ n post planted on the
wost bunk of the north fork of Hfo creek .ibont
S miles above the forks and mnrked "K. V, ll.'s
south wost eomor post/' thonco oast SO chaini1,
thence north 120 ehnins, thonce west 40chains,
thonco .south 80 chains, thouce west 40 chains,
theiieo south 40chains to pniutof commoncomont.
Commoucius at n post plnuled on the
west bank of the north fork of Fife creek about
s miles above lln- forks nml mnrked "K.P.H.'s
nortli east corner post," thonco east sn chains,
thenee south HOchnins, Ihenco west SU rhnius
thenee north so ehains to pninl of commoncomont.
s. i (iiiitiii-iiciiii: at a post plnutcd on the
west bank of the nortli fork of Ki fo crook about
lJ!j milos above Ihu forks and marked "K.I1,
H.'s smith] ensl corner post," llienee west 40
chuius, tlifnee unrilt ICO chains, ihenee oust 4H
chains, llieueo soutli Kin ehnins tn pninl ol
commencement.
0. Cora mu ncing at a post planted nn tbo
west bank nf the north fork of Fife creek about
ou miles abovo the forks and marked • E. 1*.
U.'S  smith   west niriiei pnst," lln nee enst Sll
ohains, tbenee north 80 chains, thenee west
80 chains, thonco sontli so chains to point of
commencement.
Haled Juno iath, 1900,
jy7 E, P, HKNltV,
\1 OTICK Is horoby given that .'to day
i\   dnlo I Intend to apply io tho Honournbli
tlio Chlof Coinmissionor of Lands and Works
rm- special licenses io out, uml carry awuy iim*
her h-iim !lir inline in:; described lnmls Minute
iii Ihe Wost Kootonay Distriot,:
I. Cotuniouoiiis m a post marked "ll. Don-
illy's north wo-t corner post," plantod aboul
11 milos north from Haymow Crook uml uboui
Smites wesl of tho west hunk ot the Columbia
Rivor, thonco south -SOohains, thonoo oast 80
chains, thouoe nortli sn ohains, thonco w
clmiiis to the point of commencement,
Si, Commencing ut a posl planted about I]
miles north limn Seymour Orook and about it
miles wosl, from llm west Imnl. of tho Col -
bin ilivor and mnrkod "H. Donnelly's south-
wesl corner posl," tbenee north su ehalus,
I honco easl- Mi chains, thenee south Ml ohains,
i honco wosl 80ohains io i he puint of commotioo-
menl.
x Commonolng at a post planted about 11
mill!, nm ih inmi Seymour Crook ami about-'J
miles west of Ihe west bank of Ihe Columbia
RIVOC ami marked "II, Donnelh'h north Dust
corner post," thonoo wesi mi chains, thonoo
south Ml chains, Llionoo cast SO chains, thonoo
north SOohains lo tha point nf commoncomont.
I. CommoilciUH at a posl planted abonl 11
milos north from Seymour Creek ami abmu ..
mile- wc-t from Ihe wobl hank of 1 h
Kivcraud marked "II. Donnelly's
corner post," I hence wosl- su elm
norlh Ml clialns, llienei- easl BOolll
soul h Wl chains to I he point of commence mciil.
0, conitneiii-iimui u posi planted about IU
miles norlh of Seymour Creek nud nboul -i
milos WOSl from the west hank of the Coinmbin
Kivor and marked "ll Donnelly's norlh oasl
comer post," thenee smith 80 ehains, thouco
wist si) ehaiiis. thenee north Ml chains, thenee
oasl Ml ClllllllH tn the point of cnliliueiieeincilt
0, Commencing at a post planted about IW
miles north of Seymour Creek ami ubout .;
mites wnst from the west hank of the Columbia
Kiver and marked "II. Dminclly'H soutli-ensi
corner posl," ihenee norlli sn ehuins, ihence
wist Ml ehuins, thenee snulli Ml chains, thence
east80 ehains to the pninl nf cmniiieiiccinetu.
LocaludOtll June, 1000.
7. Commonolng nt a post plantod abmu iy,
miles in.i tii of Seymour creek and about 3
miles wesl frnm the west bank ol Columbia
Kiver ami marked "fl. Donnelly's south easl
enrner imst," theuce north sn elinlns, thenee
west Ml ehains, tbonco south M) chains, llienco
ea t sn chains in the point of commencement,
8, commonolng nt a poBt plnntod abouiUJ^
miles norlli ol Seymour creok and 2 milos
wesl from the wist bank of the Columbia
Kiver ami mnrked " II. Donnelly's nnrlh west
corner posl." thouco smith Ml ehnins, thouoe
ensl sn clmins, thenco north mi chains, thenco
west so clialns to tbo pnintui commencement.
0, Ci.inineiielugal u post planted alHk.UW
miles norlh from Seymour Creek and aboul I
mile wesl from the wesi hank of tho Columbia
Kivor markod "H. Donnelly's south cast enrnor post," thenee north Mi chains, ibeuce west
Ml chains, thenee south 80 ehains, llieueo east
su chains to the pointof commoncomont.
Located nth June, nmi;.
in. Commenolng utu post plnnletl at a pninl
ubout opposite Kcystniie Creek ami about ;i
cbnins wesl from Ihe west hank of thc Columbia Kiver and marked "II. JJonnolly's south
ensl comer post," thenee nnrtli 80 ehnins.
thenee west sll ehuins, ihenee south su ehnins,
thenee enst 80 chains tu Lho pnlnl of com-
mencomont.
Located 12th June, p.inu.
II. Commencing nt a post nbuiieil nn ihe
west bank nf Krisby Creek ahmil 1% miles
wesl from the Columbia Kivor and marked
"ll. Donnelly's snutli east cornor post," tlionco
norlh SOohains, thence west80 chains, thonco
south 80 eliuiiis, llieueo east Sll dm ins to tllO
poinl of commoncomont.
12.  Commencing at n post planted on the
west bunk of Frisby Creek nbout 1', miles
west from Hie Coluinbin Kiver ami mnrkeil
-ll, Dniiiielly's imrtli ensl corin-r post," tlionco
south Mi ehnins, tbenee wesl Ml chains, thenee
norlh mi ehnins, thonco east so.ehains lo the
poinl of commencement.
Located Iiith Juno, 1000,
i:i, commencing at a post planted about K
mile wesl inmi the west bunk of the Columbia
Kiver ahoul opposite the south boundary uf
Lot UU, liroup 1, Kootenay District, and
mnrked'-II Doniielly'SHiiilheiistconierposI,"
thoneo north 80 ohains, tlienco west Mi clmins,
theuce soulb Ml ehnins, llieueo ensl Mi cliains
to the poiut of commoncement,
11, Commonolng al a post plantod about li
mile wost frmn the wosl bank of the Coluinbin
Kiver almnt opposite ihe south boundary of
Lot 8414, Group ), Kootonay Distriot, and
markod '-H. Donnelly's imrtli casi corner
post," tlionco south 80 olinlus; ilieucc west mi
chnlns, thenco north BO elinlns, ihence east Ml
chuius in (lie point ol emiimetiecnieiil..
Lneiiled Mlh June, 1000.
II   DONNKLLV.
PLACE VOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHON, - FIRST STREET
For Agricultural Implements. Carriages, Wagons, Etc.. John
Doero Ploughs, Uollne Wagons, Ciiuadu Carmine Company's
Buggies, planet jr., Garden Seeders ami Cultivators, Wheelwright ami Blacksmith Wnrk attended to. Bone Shoeing a
f Specialty
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incnrimrnted by Act of Parliament, IdW.
IIKAll OFFICE,
jMONTREAL.
W.M. Mtil.stiN .M.MTIIkiisiin, Pics. S. II. EWIKO, Vice-Pres.
Jambs Elliot, General Manager,
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything In way ol banking business transacted without unnecessary delay,
Interest credited twice u yenr at current rates on Savings Bank
deposits,
W, H. PRATT, Manager,
Kevelstoke, B. C.
HOTEL VICTORIA
(Under   New   Management)
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,
B.   C
First-das accommodation for travellers.
Best brands of Wines, Spirits, and
Cigars.
RATES   $1   AND   $150   PER   DAY
FREE   BUS   MEETS   ALL   TRAINS
ALLEGED MURDERER CAUGHT
Victoria, July HI.—Sam look, the
Cariboo Chinaman, who is alleged to
hnve killed a fellow countryman and
then escaped a few days ago, is in the
custody ol the police. The capture
wns effected yesterday, but the dispatch to Superintendent llussey from
Government Agent Stevenson at (Jties-
nei Forks does not state by whom the
capture was ninde. The capturer will
secure $450, ol which amount $300
wns offered by thc provincial government, and the remaining $160 subscribed in Cariboo on the understanding that a similar amount be put up
by the government, Sergeant Murray
of the provincial headquarters stall'
has been dispatched to Cariboo, as it
is feared the capture ol Sum may be
attended by open hostilities between
rival tongs ol that district, enmity
between whom is responsible Ior the
murder.    There is a  hig colony of
Third Street East,
Rev elstoke
Wilson's
FLY
PADS
Three hundred times bet
ter than sllckypaper.
NO DEAD FLIES LYIN0 ABOUT
kll by all Druggists and General Stow
and by mall.
TEN CENTS PER PACKET PRO*
ARCHDALE WILSON,
HAMILTON, ONT.
Dressmaking & Plain Sewing
MRS. ELLEN JOHNSON
Cor. King and Douglas Sts.
11KVKLSTIIKK, II. C.
BUILDER
(II Cniicreto, Il„llo« Block*, stone. Brick „i
I'niliii- lltiiltliiid*. DIAIM III fi-lll-nt. Lime.
I'onerolo ll„ll„« III.,, k-.. tin,! „llif, laiiMiiip in i
Urttli,  All lalmr nnil n-ntcrlals (Ititrlmu.
Plaiterins; ana f Uttering luppllu i IpMlslty.
WICKS Ilium
E. C. FROMEY
REQl-STERED TRADE MARK
H
"BUCK BRAND
OVERALLS
Within the Reach of All
If your dealer dues not curry
theni lake no substitute, hut enclose nil in un envelope, addressed
lo the makers, for a sample pair,
slating whether you wish pant,
bib or plain overalls, the shade
and size, and whether yon prefer
swell or straight bottoms  .   .   ,
You will receive the biggest $1
value in overalls vou ever saw by
return mail . . ORDERTO-DAT
Don't la' content till you try them
WmJ.iWc/Waster&Sons
LTD.,
MANUFACTURERS
VANCOUVER,    B.   O.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
dnlilon l-'auli- Mineral Clnlm, iltuate in tits Arrow
Uko Mining l)in.si,,ii „f Ktinlsnay ilislrii-i.
Where lnenlcil-AitJolilliiK Mineral City Tnn-n-
■il,,.
TAKK NOTION Ilinl I. Ki-mK-tll I,. Blum
risenl liirMra. Kllen MoDniiRnlil, „l Nnkiisp, l*t,
lilner's t'erllHonto Nn. li!i.',Mi. Intenil, sixly ,1a-
Innii Hn- iiiiii, liore.it, to niiply tu the Mining II
truer (or nCcillllonlo ol Improve ills, Ior II
jmrnoio ol ohtniiiiug n Crown (li-aitl of (In- alio'
'laiin.
Ami further take imtleo tlifttnrlton.nmler sc
tion 87, must ho i-oiHiueii-eil lieloi-n tl„-isaan
,(sin-li ('erUlli-itli-nl li]i|ii'„H,itii'ii!«.
llnletl tills Sillh tiny nl April, 1000.
uus I
KKNNKTII I.. lliniNKT.
NOTICE.
N°
OTIOK li
ilate we  i
Comtnisstonor <
."lii-riai liconso I
horoby glvn*.i Hint thirty dny
iiileml io apply In (lie Chief
nf  Lands   ami Work;
ut ami carry awuv liinbpr
from tho following doscribod lands, sitnnte In
the -Osoyoos Division of Vale Distriot:-
Commencing ut apost marked "Sam Hill's
north west cornor postn" plantod on the soul li
hunk of the north fork of Cherry Creek, and
ubout one mill- above Ihe forks of ihe nnrlh
fork,running onst 80 ehuins, thenco souihwi
chains, ihence wesi 80 chains, I hence norlh 80
chains lo poinl. of commoncomont,
Dntod May SOth, 100(1.
HAM HILL.
Commencing at a post mnrked "D. Woolsey
northeast corner pusl," planted on the south
bank of Cherry Croek, about throe milos above
thc forks of the north fork of Cherry Creek,
running west 80 chains, soulh 80 chains eust 80
chains, north -so chains to point uf commence
nienl.
Dated May 20th, 1000.
I). WOOLSEY.
Commencing at u post marked "A, MeCreu's
north west corner post," planted on thu south
bank of the north fork of Cherry Creek, and
about three miles above the forks of the north
fork, running east HI chains, -oul li wi chains,
west do chains, north H) chains to pointof
commencement.
Duied May 20th, 1000-
,|„'.i A, MoCHKA.
Queens ftotel
comaplix;;
Best brands olivines, Liquors and Cigars/ .^Travellers to
Fish Creen will tind'cxeellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF  YOUNG, • -        Proprieto.
N'
NOTICE.
OTICK is hereby glvoi) lhat DO days after
I Intond to apply to tho Uonoiirnblo
tho Chiof Commissioner of Lands und Works
for permission to purchase Iho following fie-
sci-ihed himis in tlm West Kootenny district,
west side of Upper Arrow Lake;
Commencing al, a pnsl ahoul three miles
soulh of l-'o->lliall creek, and about | mile from
the Lake, marked "Thomas Webster's touih
cast eonier," at the norlh east corner of M.C.
Slye's application topurchoso; Ihenco noi'Lh lit
chains, moro or less, to Ihe lake shore; (hence
following said shore iu a general northerly
and westerly direction lu chains, more orless,
io ihe south boundary of a. K. Hammond's
npplloal hm lo purchase; thence west i!<) chains,
more or less, to the east boundary of UM,
.lohnsinne's application to purchase; tlionco
bouth 80ohains; thonoo east^n ehains to point
of commoncomont, containing Din acres, moro
or less.
Haled this Uth day of .1 :, I Hnd.
THOMAS WKDSTJfiR,
Per llalpli Slye, Agent.
NOTICE
NOTICK IS IIKHKIIY UIVKN that thirty
days aftor dalel intend lo apply lo the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and \\ m-ks I'm-
special liconso lo ml aud earry away timber
from the following doscribod lands situated in
tlio West Kootonay District, onTflo west side nf
AmnvLiiki-, nppiwile Nakusp:-
1. Commencing nt a. posl marked "North Bast
Corner post," thenee ml ohains west.su chains
south, 00 chains east, 80 chains math tn point nf
commencement.
2. CoiiimenehiLMita post adjoining No. 1 limit
mi the imrth siili\ thonce 40 chains north, 100
west, 40 chains south, mu chains east to puint of
commencement,
Oah-il .hliir ill h, hiini.
KI). LKl'INK.
a Me
NOTICE*
OTICK is horoby Kivon Unit % days
Hor ilnin I intend to apply to lho Honor-
llm Chiof Commissinnor ol Lmnl- anil
Works for a special license to cut and carry
nwuy liinhor from the following described
la nd*-, siluutnd iu Osoyoos division of Yulo
District!
1, CiinimenciiiKula postjihinted on tho west
bnnk of the south branch of Chorry crook aLu
point ll) miles uorth onstorly from the liliniln
po.st nn llio Mounshoo wacui road and marked
"A( Medea's north oust cornor [Hist," Ihouco
soulh 160chains; thouce wost 411 chains; thoneo
nortli JttO chains; llienco oast tUcliains to tho
jKiiut of cominiincumoiil.
2. Commeuciiifr at a post planted on lho
west bank nf tho south brunch nf ('hurry crook,
aboul Ul miles north easterly from thoto-milo
ponton tbe Monashoo wagon roud und marked
"A. McCroa's stiuth-wost cornor post," thence
south 100 chains; thonco oast 4(1 chain-; Ihenee
north 100 chains; thonoo wost 40chaiiiHlo tho
point i if cnmmeucsinoiit.
S. (iiiiiiiiencini: at n imst iilnntod ou the wesl
hnnk of the south brunch of Cherry crook, ulkiut
lu mill-- uorth-casteriy from thn 40-mllo postou
ilm M.iiia*-htin waiton road and mnrkod A. McCron's south-west coruer ihisI," thonco north hn
ehnins; thonco oust 80 chains; thenoo soutli Kll
chains; theuco wost 80 chains to tho Hul of
commeiicomont.
4. Commencing at u imst planlcd on tho wost
bank of tho south brunch of Chorry creok,
ubout 10 miles north-oastorly from the lu-inile
post on tlio MoiiiihIioo wiikoii road aud marked
A, McCron's south-omit cornor post," thonce
north K0 chains; thenco we.il 8(1 chnlns; theuce
south HO ehnins thonce oust HO ohains Uilhe
iiuint of coinmnncomenl.
Located tho 2Srd May, lDOtl.
B, I'ninmniieinc lit a [Hist planted ahnnt tl
mile west from tho wont hank of hake oreok at
u point Hboul 7 milos uorth-onHtorly from thu
junction of Lnko crook with the north fork of
Chorry creok and markod "A. MoCrea's north
wokI cornor \«> I." thonco oust H0 chaius; tlienco
south 80 ehuins; Ihenco wost 811 cluilna; thonco
uorth wit-liain ■ to lliu pninl-of commoucumuut,
Located the 28th May, 1006,
Bated this 0th duy of June, 11)00,
A. McCKEA
NOTICE.
iiliillcllle ill tl post plnnti',1 nliulll one
i (nun lln- uorth-woil i-i.riu.-r nl K, ,*
Notice is hereby given Unit, mi tlayi nltur date n
iiili'inl I,, Hpply to (In- ll„n. Chlol (it nuui issl„n„r ol
IsinilsnnilWtirks Ior a inoclnl lie l„ .ul uml
t'lit-l-v iiwiiy (holier (mill tin, fallotilnn ilesi-rili,.,l
lands, situated in Wnst Kootenay district!
t, Comme
inlli, nnrtli	
s. Ill,,,,*,, BiKl, nml marked "lllg llt-ml l.iimln-r
Company's sontli oust corner post," thenoo
nttrtli sn'i Iinins, llionce weal so ,-lniln», lln-tit-,-
BOUth silf-liiiintt, I In,in hsI sn nlitil ns In pnlnl
i,l rniiiim'iii-iiinoul.
9, Commonolng al apoil plantod al lone
■nlli. nnrlh Irnintli nli woit oornor ol K...
8. Block   1)0, nml  rinirk.-.l  "lllg llt-nd l.liml,, r
Uotnpany'i north
west -'M-limit- il,,
oasl -,,,-iiniii* ti,,-I
t,l I'filillill'llla'lllftll,
Datod June 18th, i'.«„,.
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HKAD OmCE I   l'.ll.„AUV,   A1.IIKI1T*.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchant*
I'ork Packers mul Dealer In Live SUick. Msrkeli in all (lie principal Cllim snd
Towns nl Alberta, Britiih ...iiitnliia and tit,- Vnk„n. Packer! „f (lie Celebrate.! Brand
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Central Hotel
^.-Ma^REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON  BROS., PROPRIETORS.
Newly built.    Kirst-cluss in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sum pie Rooms.
Rates SI.50 per Day, Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
LOANS NOTARIE
SIBBALD & FIELD
HAVE
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
INSURANCE
COMOX COAL
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ORIENTAL HOTEL
J.
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords, Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,    Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rate.
ALBERT    STOUSTE
FROE.
NOTICE.
VTOTICR
1\ t.„ill
heroby given that BOtlayi liter date
1,-11,1 to applj I,, ll,,- lion. Hi,- Chlel
ior ol Units and IVnrks lor a Special
i-lll .Old 'Miry an.tv linilH.r Ir.an the
escribed lands in WW Knotsas, Dli
LUMBBII <<>. I.I'U.
Nntlco Is hereby glean Ilinl no days ull ,-t ilala, iv
ltd Ilniipplylnllm linn. Chli'lC I"i -i',l
l.atiil■ nml Works f„r a special licence t„ nil nnd
cam away timber from Hm lollowlni duerlbod
liotils, Hiiiiiiti-'l in IVoil Kootenay Dlitrloti
i. i.'iiinint'iit-liiK at a post plantod about two
ntllt's won Irom Banaook ndnl nn l'|,|,t-r Armw l,nki, nml iiinrki-'l "11. II. I,, Co'l "iiiilln-nsl
,-,,,-,,,-r |M*i," thonoo a,,tii, sn '-iiniii-. tin-in---
wi-it so chains, tbonco south sn ,-iii.lns, thonoo
,-,.-.i sn i-intins to poinl nl i-iinimiiuccmoiit,
•I (.'iiinmoncliiK nt n poit plantod almnt
Ihroo inlli'H wi-sl (nun Itiinnnok I'nliii.on Uppor Arrow Lake nli'l marki-tl "II. II. I,. 1',,'s
snulli onst tiiirnor jtttsl," liionco   n<<rtli  s,,
i-ltiilii*. 11,,-ii(',- tvostsn chains, lli'iu nnlh sii
ohains, thonoo onst ml clialns In point ol com
iiit'iit'i'incnt.
Ilnl.nl June Isth, IW.
llll! BEND I.UMBKIt in, LTD,
NOTICE.
Notice Is heroby i:i>,-„ Unit 10 dayi. after date, I
lui,-ml t„ npnly tn dm lion, Chlol Commiuloner
n( LantlH anil IVnrks !„r a ipoolal lli't-t I.. cui
ami carry timbor Irom iliuf„ll„whiK ,l.,s,-rllH,,l
inini*, ultnnicil In Weit Kootonay dlitrlct, tipper
Arrow Lakca: ,,
CiimincncliiR at a poll plantod one mile
north o! tlio siuilh wononrniTul LolOMo and
mnrkctl "J. W, Knli'y's iniilb oalt oornor,"
Ihoiioc north US) cltalns, llienee woit lui-lialns,
(hcneii suulh KHI olialni, Ilieucc ,-,,-t lo chains
tu point nt (ittiiiiiii'iit-eiiii'itt.
■Jatctl 1Mb Juno. IM. )i%iom>
 111!   ll    -1 l"i'l   pl.itih"'!    il
■ rimoor Claim 0141 mariteil
Co.'i imrth eul  wnier po
i chains, thonc iiii B ch
•'iiiii m chains, easl 4u ch,
north wui
Ammhead
I.  niniiimt
iv. BUt 10
.. north *ji
L-lmliu wosl lOclinlni, north 40 chslai to place ol
ClllllllH li-i'llli'lll.
Mm all, 1WK).
\\1      AllKOWIIKAIf LUMBER en. LTD
"NOTICE
Ni i iie In horoby given that On .lay* after date
I llll' ll I In nnk.' ii |,,-i], „'i"!i In the Chief I'nm-
mlH-i-• tier nf Landl it WnrV* fnr i.erniit>sl'in to
i.iin Iiihi- the lollovvliiK described land situate
inil,.' West Knoteuay districto| Hritlnh Col-
uinhi'inii the wesl side oi Arrofl i.akeiuthe
Hosllinll Viillcy;
Coin iii unci mi at R.Nichol'i south wen' oor»
m-r, im nee west 8n rhaiiiN, thenoe *»uth-ii)
i-iiHhi-, ihenco o*it ni chains, tht-ncc north 40
I'liain- to p"liit nf I'omnieiiremeiit, tocoutaln-
Inrf- o acres more or Ics
naied tho 20th day of Juno, IOT.
J. H, HOKRtBON.
J: i I'er 8, J, Harlowi Agent.
LAND NOTICE
NOTICK is tiURBBY iiivkn that ilitydays
after -i.»i-1 Intend tn apply to the lion. Chiof
Commtoloiier of I^ndl and Wurlufer poruilHlon
topurchaM the following ilcacilt>ed lauds lp tbe
Wait Rootenaj district, wi'st-ililu of Uupur Arrow
lake about one*hal( mile tenth ol Fosthall croek.
Ooomencifl| at a poet marked, "W. W. Lock's
m'iilh tilt corner," al the south weit conipr of L.
ffit thence north 40 chaini, .il"tn* the went boundary i.f L. H61: thence west lsuctmins; thence south
80 chains; thtnee out 40 chains, men- or leu to
tin' wi-.it lHiiniiliiry nf A. BollemiH-yer'sapplieatiun
tn jfiirclw*.-; thence north 40 chains, more or leu
("tin- nortli »est enmer of A. Dollemneyer's
application to purchuo; thencu out so chaini
mwri- or l"--s to p'.ini ol cii-amencttiaeDt, 940 teres
Dated .May ffi, I'M.
W. ff. LOCK,
per. T. 0. MaklnsoD. tfint.
NOTICE.
Nollec In hereby given that 60 dayi after date
Wfl intcinl tn applv io th>- Chief ('umuiiisioner
i-i l.uii'l- ami Wnrk- for permission in purchase
tin- lollowliiK ilcscrihed inn-tv iltuate near
Tele Jaune Cache, Carllmn district, B.C.:
Connnenolng at a pom planted on the ftu&t
Rivor near Tele Jaune Cache snd marked *'N,
T, Edwards'and K, a. Blaokmore'iiouth wilt
comer pOStt" thonce nnrlh 80chain-., thence
rif-i hi , halns, thence lOUth W chains, thence
west sn chains to point nf totnoieiiceniont,
CniiLaiiiliiK 04c acres more or lcs-<.
Dated i-th 1.nn'. l"»v
N. T. KIiWARlia,
,  . R, A. BLACKMUKE.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given thsl ililr diyi slier
date wc Intend to apply to the chief Commissioner nl Land, and Worki lorpermlnloB
ti- j.ari lm-.- iln- lollowliiK described landiln
thc dislricl ol West Kooieniyi;
''omnun,-Innal a jK.it planted twenty cbalni
west Irom (he uortbeaal oorner ol I ot IMd lad
marked "Hig Bend Lnmbe, (ompany'iionth-
wi-n corner poll," tbenee north st chains,
tlience call (0 ,-lialm, lli-n.-e itnilba'.ohllni
more or less lo ihe lake ibore, thine* west
alone tl,ore to south east corner ol LotiMO.
Ihence north 7 chains lo nnrlh eut conn ol
Lot Wi, Ihence weit n clialni to poinl ol com-
inememenl.
BIU BEND LUMBER CO., LTD.
Haled July 2nd, 1IKK. |y>
J. R. Thornton
AS.SUCIA'1'ION BILL POBTEE
For City of Re-ielitoke.
IICNS, COnOS ITRUMM, MWW Ow* NOW   ON   AT-
IREID & ITOTJNGrS STOKE
If You Doubt the Genuineness of this Sale, please
Cali 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 thc Best   of   the Stock   Has
Been Picked Over and Sold.
Iiiniic" in tho Kiiighli- "i lyl'ins nnd J
thoir wives. I
REID St YOUNG 8T,Bt5S S£ REID & YOUNG
mmtttm ■"■■
i|i i$i fl i| iji i|i $ i|i $ $ 0) flnHnHi (ti ili i|i ifi .fl 't'MM
Feet Off Yoiir Head'
By not letting them trouble .vou.     Hiej   1
use FOOT ELM oi ALLEN'S FOOT EASE.
nn't  if yuu
We keep it.
\ Canada Drug & Book Co.. Limited f
Local and General.
""-milli Curtis, Ilic well-known lawyer
and milling man ol Rowland, uus in
the city yesterday,
li. McCarthy oomiileted 11 livo i* n-
i-tl cotlago yesterday Ior Michael .Nome
in the enst end ol the city.
.Iuhii Oliver, M, 1'. P., has ontercil u
suit lor libel against the Columbian
newspaper of New Westminster.
Mr. Hemus, ol it. II. Triienian k
Co., intends visiting tlie Caves nexl
week to get a full series ol photographs.
Alfred Beit, the Soutli African fin
ancier and probably the richest man
in the world, died in London on Saturday,
The large plant o! the Enst Kootenay Lumber Co. was destroyed hy tire
Thursday, The loss is estimated at
fifty thousand dollars,
Halcyon Hot "springs nre well patronised. Among the health seekers now
resident there, ure Jud-jc Botlltbeo
and Mrs. Smith-Curtis and family.
No. 2 Fire Brigade had u successful
practice under Capt. Foote lust night,
Four streams were laid on, tho liist
wnter being oil within u minute uiul
a hali of the alarm being rung.
It will take 20,000 harvest hniiilslo
handle the wheat crop of Manitoha,
Saskatchewan and Alberta, Tue rail
roads will have the time ol their lives
in trying to movo the wheat when it
is threshed to the elevators and markets nl the world.
W..I. Lightburne und Mrs. Lightburne ol Arrowhead were iu the city
yesterday, the guests of Mr. und Mis.
D. McCarthy. Mr. Lightburne while
here completed arrangements for the
immediate erection of his new hotel.
D. McCarthy has the contract,
C. H. Deutschmuii is in the city
from the Caves. Already this season
Mr. Deuteohman states there has been
a number of tourists nt the Caves, and
when accommodation is provided
there is no doubt but the Coves will
lie the big attraction un the C. P. li.
line.
.1. P.  McLennan is taking active
steps to get the c Deration ol prop
erty owners and business inti rested in
the east McKenzie Avenue block in
having  a  brick  wall erected in the
vacant spaci
between Mrs, Ue's nnd
the Cressman hlock. The insuranci
companies will reduce the rates 2} pi r
cent if this is done.
We nre requested to sl iti tin - n
why the dynamite at Arrowhead tin-
night ,,i ihe tin. was 1. : n
earlier wai that theengim wn* 'dead"
and the cars appi irid tn i
immediate d mgi i a, Uu wind i ii
ihe opposite direction 'I hi igenl
Mr. Donovan, would have taken
prompt action had he considered then
■Mi- ,: . danger
The C.P.Tl, purpose building u new
tourist hotel ul, BanlT, Oponitions
will be commenced ns soon ns the
present season closes—October 1st.
$3110,000 will be expended on the
work.
Smith Curtis, who is in the city
today, snys ho has sold must, ol his
fruit lands on tlie lower Columbia, lie
reports tho fruit-growing industry
giving splendid returns and instances
title nniii iii the south who hns eight
acres in Italian prunes, which realised
$3,750, or $825 an acre alter paying
nil expenses.
Messrs. lluiil k Young are advertising a bargain lire sale of their general
merchandise, In the recent lire at
Arrowhead the above named firm were
exceedingly heavy losers by the con-
Hagriition. Over nnd nlmve their lire
insurance the firm lost, directly by the
llio about $15,000, The. many friends
nf Messrs. Reid it Young .ill extend
to them their sympathy in their heavy
liniiiiciiil loss at Arrowhead,
Snuily ISudore, who is now serving a
[oniteen yenr term in the Kingston
penitentiary for shooting and robbing
n Syrian pedlar, claims that two young
nit-it who disappeared about u year
ngii nnd who were supposed tit have
been drowned in Sharbot hike, were
murdered by his brother Charles and
their bodies buried alter being stripped
of all valuables. The. man who is
milking this terrible oharge against
his brother states that n certnin
woiiiiiii in the north country lms
knowledge of both murders.
Mr. J.T. l'helnn, dislricl superintendent of the Yukon Tolegraphs,
Vancouver, bus received the following
message which will interest owners ,,f
lmiiiiug pigeons-.—Soda Creek, Ii. C,
July II — A homing pigeon, with an
aluminum ring on its right leg. with
the inscription Y. II. V. 110, 1904,
alighted at the post office here about
oi 'clock yesterday  nnd  is  being
cared (or by Postmaster Foster.    No
message wns lound ou it.
Shingle manufacturers representing
a hundred nnd Beventy-one mills, ur
approximately 75 per cent, of Washington state's output, Monday endorsed tin- action ol the shingle
in iiiulactnrcrs' committee in - pposing
the closed simp and union label demands ul the Wi avers' Union. The
shingh inin lit-lil one of thi largi sl
inass-inci lings ol the trade - -
secured, and the deoision to mak, a
n lighl It a finish lor the open sl
rule wn unanimous. Committees
will inimediati ly attempt to t
group of nulls that signed mil m eon-
tracts
Social and Personal
Dr, Smith, Jerry Culbei'tson, J.
Laiug and other shareholders in the
Prince Mining and Development Co.,
came in Irom the States this week In
attend Ihe minimi nipoting oi the
Prince Mining nnd Development Co.
As the Ilev. uud Mrs. Sutherland
nre going camping to Silkhatqua, a
largo number ol the young people ol
the church visited the pai'Buiiage on
Monday evening. An enjoyable time
was spent on the lawn in games, and
afterwards in the pai'sonngo. Iu a
picture drawing contest. Miss Fannie
Whitehouse proved the greatest adept
nt recognising the hieroglyphics supposed to represent animals.
Business Locals..
Pleases every smoker the " Marca
Vuelta,"
For Carpets, Linoleums and Wall
pjper, go to ('. 11. llunie k Co's.
Ice Cream Freezers und Refrigerators, all sizes, at the Law ence Hardware Cu. Ltd.
Nethlng better than " Our Speoial."
Wc have a lew Carpet samples
which mnke excellent units, call nnd
see them.—0. II. llunie it Co,
■J	
ClKAUil) TENDERS addressed to the undor-
n signed, nnd endorsed "Tender lor l'osl
niiiee, Pernio, » 1.." will he received ni this
niliee until Saturday, Augnsl 1,1000, inclusive-
lv.dn the construction ol it Post Office, &o„
1'iiil-iiiii' in Fertile, B. i,
I'laus nnil spneineations enn he seen un,I
forms of tender obtained nt this Department
nml on iipplii'itilnii in Robert A. Eorr, Erq,
Clerk ol Works, Fernie, B.C.
I'ersoiia icudering are nut I fled thin lenders
will inn be considered unless made on the
printed form supplied, und -signed wilh their
a*** i mil signatures,
Kni'ii tender must in- accompanied by an
accepted cheque on a chhrterod bnnk, made
payaule in (lie nrderof llie llnnniiriilili- the
MlnlBter oi Public Works,equal to tenner
cent tie p.e) ni Hie amount ol ihe tender,
which will be forfeited if tbe parly tondoring
decline in enter into a contract when nailed
upon to do so,or ii he full in coraplototho
wnrk contracted for. if ihe tender bo not
accepted the cheque will bo returned.
llie . cparimcni does nnl bind Itself to accept tho lowest or any lender.
Ry order,
l-'RKli, GKMNA8,
Seeiehiry
Department ol public Works,
Ottawa, July 12, won,
Newspapers I user ting this advortlsemenl
without iMitiii.ni-. innii iim Dopnrlinenl win
■mi bo paid for ii.
•K-vJ
FOR SALE!!
ARROWHEAD
l-'runi our own CorroBiiondont,
Geo. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Lightburne
went to Rcvelstuke Monday.
On Sunday,.I. Sanderson, foreman
ol the liig liend Lumber Co's. No. 1
camp at Bannock Point, was brought
in by the steamer Minto suffering
from a bad cut on one foot The cut
was made with an adze nnd Mr. Sand
erson lost much blood belore the
wound could be bound up.
R. Hull, M. P., lelt for tho east
Sunday, inn will return shortly.
T. ,1, Graham bus been nsked to
become labor candidate for Ilevelstoke
at the coming election and may consent tu run.
CITY   PROPERTY
Nn. I.- House nnd livo lots, First
Street, $8,500, Valuable enrner Incn-
liiui.
No, 5, Loi nnil Sinn, First Hli-eel,
$2,000,   Easy terms.
No. (I.   Lot mi First Street-$500.
No. 7. -Two lots on First Streel
with rcsldonce, $2, Kill.
These lots aro likely lo be valuable
business sites.
No. 11.—Corner property on Third
street, Iwo lots uud residence, $2(01.
No. 15.-8 Lots on First Street, The
linest hotel or Store site ill Oity,—
$7,850.
t Lots on First Street, $0,300.
-I Lois ou Second Stieet, $1,576.
Nu. 21.-One of the besl residences
and Villa Sites in City, $1,0(10.
Nu. 22.—Besldence, Victoria Road,
$3,750.
Nn. 23—Residence Mackenzie Ave.,
$1,000,
No. 21. -Business Hlock, Mackenzie
Avenue, $12,000.
No. 28. -Residence on Third Street,
$8111.
No. 12. -Three lots In cily of Nelson,
or will exchange for property in Revelstoke.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. E. 0. Fromey desires to express
his appreciation to Iriends for ihe help
given, and sympathy shown to himsell ar.d lainily in tln-i  latebereive-
menl.
CARD OF THANKS.
We beg through the columns of the
M >n -Hi h ild, to sinci -•-.. thunk the
iitany in,-nils both ,-i Revelstoke and
Sicamous Ior their assists ncc in the
eft'orl i" recover the body ,-i our dear
son Robert, and als. tender our
thanks lor the many acts ol kindness
tht ■■ ' ward us snd the In arid It
sy ni pa 11 .    [tended I     - . pcenl
..i.i bereavement.
Mk ash Mrs, R McRtmv.
TWO THOUSAND KILLED
RURAL LANDS
Nn. 13 110 acres within two miles
of cily, in- will lie snid ill blocks of 5
acres to 25 acres,
Nn. 15.—700 acres Crown title and
bull'interest in 5,0000 acres $21,000,
No. 32.  320 acres, Kelownn, $10,000,
Nn, 27, -320 acres Crown   granted
lands at Galena liny. $5 per acre.
No. 31.-2,500 acres Nicola Valley,
with stock, $70,000.
No. :«.- - Illll acres east nf Revelstoke
Businesses For Sale
No, is,.-lintel. Brick Building, $22,-
TRADE/   I MARK
%
Q ■-,:
New
Outing
Collars
WE HAVI< THEM HERE
EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR
THE HOT WEATHER
I McLennan & Company
E.A.
Stock and Share Broker
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Theregulm monthly drawing ol The
Pacific Loan Company, Limited, Vancouver, went to W. 6. Freeman, tinsmith, 836 Rnymur Ave., Vancouver,
holder of Contract No. 465. Mr. Freeman had paid only $25 on bis contract
and has since sold his loan privilege
Ior $160. 2ins
Pleases awry Smoker the " Mint
Vuelta."
FOR SALE
(Subject to confirmation)
N... IH Hotel, pretty location,$3,000.
N.i. '.'".     Hotel,  ll   iniuicy-iniikei-.
$10,000.
No, I.   Hotel, $3,500,
II Il,>t,-ls, H Stores, a III
Business iii the Northwest.
1,000 Eureka 10c., payable in instalments. Engineers Report may he
seen at tny office.
2,000 Nicola Colli—5c,
2,000 Western Oil-lOc.
1,000 Intel national Coal 47c.
1(K) Dominion Copper-$3,IK>.
"25 Canadian Marconi—$3.(10,
50 American Ue Forrest Company,
$1.50.
"25 American De Forrest (preferred)
$0.00.;
2,000 Diamond Vale Coul-2lc.
1,000 Rocky Mountain Development
72c.
15IKI Howe Sound (Brittunia Mine)
$7.50,
80 Dominion Ttiist-8180.
1(1 Dominion Truat—$180.
100 B. 0. Wire and Nnil—#10.50.
25 Great West Permanent Loan and
Savings—$U6.
2,IHKI National Consolidated.
1500 lleywood Bros. Oil.
25(1 Crow's Nest Oil and Coal.
7,800 Osnga Oil 1 lo.  (This stock pays
$1.0(1 per month per 1,000 shares.)
2.IK10 lied Mountain Con. Gold Alining
Company.
100 Revelstoke k MjOullotigh Creek
Hydraulic -OOo.
250Greal Northern Mines—20c
5,0011 Benl rice-25c.
woll. I*. Packers $20.20.
2Ti Greal West Permanent, fully
paid. $110.
33 A. S. Burton Snw Co., $80.
I Dominion Permanent, $85.
Manhattan, Nevada Gold Mines 20c.
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Deer Heads, Animals, Hints, l-'isli,  I'.l,'.,
MOUNTED.
Animal Hugs Mounted.
P. 0. Ilo. 31.
Studio: OPPOSITE P. O.
tti-vrliti.il.-, II. C.
WANTED
WANTED-A girl for general house
work, apply lo office of Mail-
HniiAi.n.	
EOOMS TO LET-Furnished or unfurnished, frnm $8 tn $14 per
month. Apply to E. A, Haookn, Real
Estate and Insurance Broker, Revelstoke, B.C.
W~ ANTED TO BUY-A second
hand Baby Carriage. Write
sliitingjiiice—John Pugsley, Revelstoke, B. 0.
Special this week—Clearing out ol
Hammocks and Coal Oil Stoves.—
Come in and make us an offer, Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
icksmlth'i
I- , ■   terms
HI ,   ,I!L'--,|.
if   paymenl   muy  he
Important Notice!
Seven  Sutherland   Sisters
beg I,, nun nince In lho i idie   u ;
gentlemen nl Revelsloke, tl      -
have in id-    hi mgeii eni»   wilh
Walter Bews, Phm   B, Drug.
gist, and will hold dallyd -
■billions fm* one week lenclng
Monday, inly 16th,
tvgnn-llng treatment n    Hah
and Sculp.   Tin-) respeellull) In
,-ltc everyone In call n mnsnll
wllh them,   C and Ihe g
beautiful hair grown by Hie use o
,l„. seven Sutherland Sisters
Hair Grower and Scalp Cleaner. Remember the io and date,
WALTER BEWS. - Phm. B.
Druggist and Stationer,
next thi Iiniii- M"-«.
II. II Ki ni,, i   I!  \   ■ 11   ic nuistei
Pi ■-1        i tti -iititi.'   his
lister M - II '
iullivai   ol  tho N'eleon
I      i • rln it S lull  "',   -.1 irii
, inl   to act n       lee in an elot   l
.  nti i
Hi    .1    U.  Doyle tnd Mil   \  H
White liavi   rel irned lu town alter a
,   .mi  I ij    pi in  ii trrowhi ,,!
a,,,  ther pi inl ■  ii iln-1 ike.
tl    tnd Mi    I-  H -->-il-    ll I
Ml i'.i-i'l-linw aleI Mi ■ l in."- liii rued l-inl.i'. Irom lln n trip to the
llend     Mi   Bradshaw killed n  line
'■*
->-. - ii   ! ooi   I . | 16.—On Saturday nighl tbe Sslvad rean am    ,.- tin
Hacked  tbe Guati I rces al
PI il i and   ,'taiinil i  , i,, i ■
iiniii, the ituatem il u • suffering s
loss ol -'ssi men in ki i ! md
w hi,ilul The inin-- mal in army
which iii'."l,il by  .mm  ol Sanl. !•.
- '- repulsed   ■ the li luras army,
Honduras is making conim ., ■■
with Sal' id r
• ^ •
The Kicking II irse I .- ji  en up ita
dead, tin- body ol the i ii Id waiter who
.in- -Ir..-., i.ul   ni   tl ii   rivi:
OVI      I  la-1     ' ,-i,
' linn- thai --
,1-1* the mitahleci lebration
ii ...    in:     l;  ke  is looked
ipt ., i    nt- ..f the livesl towns in the
| interior  ol  I he pr .vines nnd yet loi
the pasl ■ >    ear   hey have had no
Cell brail f any kllnl        I i.i"   is in,I
as it should be    Surely with invinc- ■
Ible lacrosse ami football tean -    ind
 I bast ball material   tin i
Foi |iiiiiiii|.n ■ apply lo
E. A. HAGGEN
I!,-,i Est ii,- n„l Insurance Agent,
Revelstnkp, Il.C.
WANTED TO BUY
(Subject to confirmation)
1,000 Lai'deauMlnes.-l}c,
10,000 Referendum- 5c.
5,000 Forty-Nine Oreek Receipts
3Jc,
3,000 International Coal-45o,
."i.lKHI White Bear-ljfl.
5,000 Pathfinder.
211 Canadian Marconi- $2.25.
2nd Prince Mining and Development
OFFICE  Mackenzie Ave.
REVELSTOKE, B, O,
Next ('. P, R. Telegraphs,
No Medicated Cigars
Sold Here
(lm* stock is kepi pure and fresh,
k moves too fasi to become shop worn.
BROWN S CIGAR  STORE
Cigars, Pool, Confectionery, Ice Cream Sodas
Employment Office
CITY LOTS, VILLA LOTS
AND FRUIT LANDS
li,-i ,-iiaiu-i , -,, r offered toieourewme ol the linest Residential
Sites, Garden and Fruit Growing Lands in Ilevelstoke.
Having been appointed Agent Inr the Revelstoko Really
Company, Limited, I have lor sale their lands* on the West, North
ami K.st sides ,,i il„- City,
Any area to suit purchaaers Irom a Building Lot to u Small
Kami.
The new " Addition li" offers tho ohoiceat residential antl villa
Kites overlooking the City,—line garden soil and sheltered from
prevailing winds.
Plans and Prices at my Oftioo.
E. A..  H-AOGKEIN"
REAL ESTATE AND IN80RANCE AGENT.
REVELSTOKE, II. C.
E A. HA.QG-E1T
STOCK, SHARE AND FINANCIAL BROKER.
Mining, Real Estute, Insurance and General  Commission  Aircnt,
Notary Public, Commissioner of the Supreme Court.
AGENT FOR—London Mutual Fihe Insurance Co,, of Canada.
Ottawa Fihe Insurance Company.
" Montheai.-Canada Fire Inhuhance Co.
" Anglo-American Fihe Insurance Co.
Equity Firk Insurance Company.
" Colonial Fire Insurance Company.
" Dominion Fire Insurance Company.
" North American Like Insurance Company.
SAVE   MONEY   IN   YOUR   IN8URANOE
The above Non-Tariff Companies take Hrst-class risks at lowest
rates.
WANTED TO PURCHASE
5,000 to 10,000 acres of land in blocks suitable for small settlement,
Municipal Bonds, Timber Limits, Mines and Prospects, Good Motel,
Store and Livery Businesses, City of Revelsloke Lots nnd Rural
Lands.
FOR (All
Corporation Debentures, Shares in Industrial Investments, Lands
at Revelstoke, Arrowhead and on Arrow Lakes suitable for fruit
growing, Well-Developed Copper-Gold nnd Silver-Lead Mines.
If those wishing to invest in or sell City, Rural or Business Property, will advise me of their requirements, tht.ii interests will have my
best attention.
Reports on Lund, Timber and Mines,
ver, Kamloops. Nelsm
Chicago and New York.
_^^____^^___ Agencies at Calgary, Van
couver, Kamloops. Nelson, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal, Spokane,
Office, Mackenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, B. C.
Next C.P.R. Telegraph Office.

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