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VoL 12,-No 134
C. B. Hume & Co.
Your attention is called lor the next week
to oni" Crockery Department.
Hand painted Toilet Sets direct from England In several different designs; also a number ol cheaper sets at $3.50 per set.
Hand-Painted Limoges, Cream and Sugars, Bread and Butter
Plates, Cocoa Jugs, Melon Bowli and other articles,
Dinner SetB and Tea Seta all English made ill the latest pat;
Our Japanese China and Gold Engraved Glasswiue are woith
your inspection before purchasing Xmas Presents.
New Dressing Gowns
New Dresssing Gowns in Heavy Saxon Flannel, Fancy Patterns,
very warm, lor Ladies' House Wear, all colors and sizes, at $ J.50.
Fancy Kimonas
Beautiful creations in Eiderdown Flannel, in Delicate Pinks,
Blues and Greys, prettily trimmed with Wool Lace for $3.25.
New Fancy Neck Ribbons
In the Floral and Plaid Patterns, all Widths for Ties, B.sbes,
Belts, etc.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
GALT COAL-The only
Satisfactory Domestic Coal,
for Conk Stove, Heater or
Grate, clean and free from
Dry Fir and Biioh Wood,
any Length.
Hay, Oats, Wheat and
Express and Praying to
anv part of th. city.
Furniture Stored nt Hcsnn-
able Rates,
Offlce, McKenilo Ave.
Nsxt Burnt' New Block
English   Capitalists   Supply
Millions for Island Scheme.
Victoria, B. 0., Deo. 4—R. E.
Gosnell and C. H.Wilkinson,directors
of the B. C. Development Association,
ol which the latter is general manager
have sailed Ior England Irom New
York to complete with the capitalists
behind the company details for tl.e
immense land clearing on Vancouver
Island, projected by the C. P. R. It
is this company in which £. E.
Billiughurst and II. B. Thomson arc
also prominent members, that has
taken thc clearing contract iu which
an aggregate of $15,000,000 will he
expended. Local contrn.tors do not
believe the Island lands can lie cleared
even with the best machinery at $100
per acre, the maximum price allowed
under tho C. P. R.'s agreement with
the B. C. Development Association.
The last big project put through hy
Mr. Billinghiir.it was the financing
and construction ol the While Pass A
Yukon railway.
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Prices to Suit all Pockets,   Pretty Presents at low   prices, ♦ +
What il more  suitable (or a Xmas Gilt than a sele.tion of i't
«5 Limoges, Coalport or Wedgewood China.   All genuine stamped 4 t
i } China. ^ ^
O       If you call and louk at our stock of Xmas Presents, you will »*
i } soon find what ynu want, and at the right prioo. V*
o   $
* *    Do Not Overlook Our Dainty Store of Novelties.
i f Dealer, h. Hardware, Stoves tnd Tinware, Miner.', Lumbermen'.
4 r* and Sawmill Supplies, etc,, Plumbing and Tinsniithing.
Diplomatic Relations Between
United States and Japan
Seriously Strained — Grave
Fears of a Clash.
LOUDON, Dec. 4.—Europe is wrought
up over the Japan-United States situation, and war between Japan und the
United States situation, and war bei
tween Japan and the United States is
almost inevitable The clash may
come at any time. The Paris papeis
toiliy print lung cabled interviews
stating lhat wur between the two
countries is hound to occur, and that
the appeal to arms may be expected at
any moment. The Japanese resent
the treat.110.it that is given tn their
countrymen by the authorities in
California, and will take drastic
measures to right the wrong whicli
baslcen done tothe Japanese students in that state. The Japanese lega
tion at Paris has issued a re-assuring
note, stating that there was no
thought of war, but others who are
authoritatively informed, state that
war is certiin.
Wamiintton, D. C„ Dec. 4—There
is 110 concealing lhe fact that the Japanese situation is causing the gravest
anxiety at the American capital. Tbe
war department is particularly keen
to avoid appearing as if any trouble
were anticipated and while the situation is considered .0 b> well in hand,
tl.e apprehension that in luture the
Japanese will be mixed with American
scholars makes an uncomfortable
undercurrent. Average Americans believe that a war between Japan and
the United Stales is almost certain to
c J.ne sooner or Infer.
San Francisco, Deo. 4.—The California congressional delegation will
stand firm in their demands for Japanese exclusion, no matter what the
result may be. The member, ol the
delegation stated this afternoon tbat
they had taken the stand that no
Japanese would be allowed to attend
the white schools, and that tbey would'
stick to their original decision.
01   years  ago.     tic leaves a widow,
three daughters and lour sons.
Tlu deceased was (he eldest son of
Sir Charles Phipps, keeper of tliclnle
Qu-en's Privy Purse. He was a psge
ol honor lo her late majesty. At the
age ol sixteen he joined the ScotB
Guards as lieutenant. At his lather's
death, he exchanged into the Twenty-
ninth Foot, when he was sent to Canada in the year mentioned above. He
married Susa Stewait, daughter of the
lull* dean of Niagara. On his return
'0 England he wns made gentleman-
usher, and later gioum-in-waiting lo
her late Majesty, which position he
held until he Mt for Canada in 1882,
Constables Fernie and Pearse
and Northwest Mounted
Police Awarded Fair
The apportioning of the reward of
$11,500 offered Ior the capture and
conviction ol Bill Miner, Shorty
Dunn and Colquhoun, the men who
held up nnd robbed a C. P. R. westbound express between Kamloops and
Ducks Inst May, was completed on
Saturday last in Vancouver.
Tho cheques for the entire sum, a.
awarded to the various individuals,
who took part in the chase and capture of the robbers, have been mailed
by the awarding committee. Thi.
body consisted ol Mr. J. B. M. Greenfield, pistollice inspector, appointee
of the Dominion government; Mr. J,
E. McMullen, solicitor Ior the C.P.R.,
appointee of the Railway company,
and Mr. F. S. Hussey, superintendent
of provincial police, who looked alter
the interests of the province.
OI the total reward offered the Dominion government gave $5,000, tl.e
C. P. R. an equal amount and the
Provincial government $1,500. The
award was decided upun a week ago
and notice ot it forwarded by mail to
Ottawa fur approval On Wednesday
a telegram was received sanctioning
payment as advised hy the committee.
The division ul the reward is ai follows: Each of the live members ol
the Northwest Mounted Police (Sergt.
J. J. Wilson, Corp. T. M, SI.uebotl.ain,
Corp. J. T, Browning, Private Jamet
Stewart and Private C. T. Peters),
$1,350; Provincial ('unstable Fernie,
$1,350; Provincial Constable Pearse,
$800; F, E. Parker (who was with
Constable Pearse), $500; each ol three
Indians who assisted iu the chase,
Bill Miner and Shorty Duun are
now serving life sentences in New
Westminster penitentiary, and Colquhoun is doing twenty-lii. years
Victoria, B. C, Nov. 30.—Tho
death occurred yesterday morning ol
Major Charles Edmund Phipps, at
Carbcrry Gardens. Tho late Major
Phipps had been a resident of Victoria
for some time, lie came to Canada
I in 1882, having been born in England
In New Zealand Greatly Appreciated.- Opportunities for
Trade Considered Excellent.
The Inler.uil.iiiiiiil Exposition which
opened in Christchurch, New Zealand
0:1 November 2, is the most important
one over held in Australasia. It covers
fourteen acres, and the cost ol the
main buildings is estimated at $500,-
000, ihrough the entire expenditures
belore oiiening were probably tliree
times thnt sum. All nations were
invited 10 exhibit. American manufacturers did not respond to tlie seven
thousand copies of the ollicial notice
which wero sent to representative
firms in the United 8tntes. The
Standard Oil Compauy, through its
New Zealand representatives, is the
only American concern with an
As a contrast, the handsome Canadian building 272 by 152 feet, is a
te.it.ire of tbe exhibition. Canada,
whose contribution to the imports of
the colony last year amounted to
$550,000, apparently recognizes tbe
importance of cultivating the New
Zealand trade lor the ditpotal ol manufactured goodt. In this it possesses
an advantage over the United States,
inasmuch as goods, the produce and
manufacture of Canada, are hot
subject to the additional duty of 10
per cent., which is charged on oertain
classeBof goods not the produce or
manufacture of Great Britain snd her
The labor laws prevailing in New
Zealand, with the short hours of labor
and high wages ruling, render it quite
out of the question that the country
can export manufactured goods in
competition with older countries, or
supply its own wants in this direction
for many years to come, and with the
general and increasing prosperity ol
the community, by the great expansion during late years in the value of
exports of wool, meat, butter, cheese,
grain, kauri gum, llax, gold, etc., this
exhibition still offers a great oppor.
tnnity for American manufacturers to
exhibit their wares and send representatives to ascertain the wants and re-
Montreal Blaze—Army's Red
Letter Day—Fuel Famine,
Farmers Desperate — Rich
Gold Strike.
Montreal, Deo, 5.—Damage to the
extent ot $15(1.000 was caused by 1
blaze in the downtown lm-incus dis
Irict yesterdny. The Iobs by lire,
smoke uud water affects three ostites
and 1. dozen business linns. The lira
originated on tlie premises of tlie
Excelsior Cluthing Company, Notre
Dame Street, and spread to the right,
left and rear.
BUOKKNHAM, Sask., Dec. 5.—A Jewish Kiibbi was "roped" hy a farmer
named Barnes and killed yesterday as
the reBi.lt of a quurrel uver 11 dug.
Barnes was arrested.
Vancouver, Dec. 5.—-The Salvation
Army yesterday saw its greatest day
in Vancouver with the opening of the
Army Maternity Home in Fairview,
with the Provincial Legislature and
the City Council represented by Mr.
W. J. Bowser, M.L.A., and Comptroller
Gibson. ttAu! tbe address by Commissioner Coombs in the city hall last,
night un the Yesterday, Today and
To-morrow of tbe Army, with Hon,
R. G. Tatlow in the chair.
Reuina, Dec. 5.—So desperate has
the luel (amine become and the farmers are in such terrible straits now
that zero weather has set in, that at
Drinkwater, Sask., a train was held up
by a band ol fanners, who turned the
switch and stood guard until their
wagons were loaded from a car ol coal
bound Ior Weyburn.
Spokane, Dee. 5.—A rich strike ol
gold bearing ore is reported to have
been made seven miles south-weBt of
Spokane. So enthusiastic are some
of those who have seen the ore that
they are forecasting the development
of a new Cripple Creek distriot in the
suburbs ol this oity.
Peculiar Actions of Supposed
A strange case has been under the
attention of the police for the last few
days. G. Ellis, a stranger in the city,
has been detained under police supervision Ior acting in a manner that
strongly suggests his insanity. Ellis
wrote out and handed iu to the operator in the C. P. R. telegraph office, a
lengthy and queerly worded telegram
addressed to King Edward, in which
many injunctions for universal peace
and other national benefits were
enumerated. He also sent a similar
message to the editor 0! tl.e Vancouver
World. Sums to the amount ol $0
were  handed   in   with the messages.
High Class Groceries. Fruit, Flour, Feed,
Stoves, Furnaces, Hardware, Harness,
Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
The telegrams were held over by the
quiremer ts of the New Zealand people, operator pending further instructions
[ from headquarters, while the police
were informed of the strange behaviour
of tlie man. He was accordingly detained and placed in tl.e police station
where he will teceive an examination
by a doctor in order to prove the Btatc
of his mind.
Y.M.C.A. Work in India, China
and Japan.
Mr. J. M, Farquhar, Y.M.C.A. representative in Calcutta, in au interesting address on the "Crisis in the
Far East," at a meeting of the directors and business men uf the Central
Y.M.'IA., Toronto, briefly outlined
the work of the Association in India,
China and Japan. Among the most
marvellous things ahout the Association was its adaptability to foreign
lands. Ou the affirmation of missionaries lhe Y.M.C.A. campaign has done
more tu open the country to the
olaims ol Christ in the last few years
than ever Mure, Sunday has been
introduced into China as a legal
Government day of rest, and thn New
Testament is being tu tight in public
schools, while iu India tl.e events
have been scarcely less revolutionary.
In India tl.e leading native publio
opinion thoroughly endorses th. work
ot thc Association.
" The splendid crisis hi the East,"
said Mr. Farquhar," brings ub much
hop. and joy, but we must not lorget
tbe responsibility."
Mr. J. M. Farquhar in Canadian
horn and is well known to sume of u»
in Revelstoke.
We have paid special attention to
our raisins, currants, peels, nuts, etc.,
thil lesion and handle nothing but
the ohoieest, Let ut have your order.
—Bouroo Bros.
A concert held under the auspices of
the Ladies Auxiliary of Knox church,
was given last night by Miss Queenie
McCoy, assisted by local talent, The
concert was held in Knox church and
proved a very pleasing entertainment.
Miss McCoy, who is well known
throughout the Dominion, has a clear
and well trained soprano voice and
sings with ei.su and feeling. Her
numbers included several well known
favorites, oach receiving a hearty en
core, her return pieces being some of
the old popular Scottish ballads su
dear to the people in Kevelstoke. Her
singing is pleasing to listen to and
has greal. range and power, being
equally perfect in the stiriug songs of
Scotland and in the pathetic little
liillnbys which were perhaps her best
W. Gait was heard tn advantage ..1
several Scotch Bongs, his voico, which
is a powerful bass, filling the building.
Mr. Gait scored several encores.
Miss Byrd and Miss Jessie Byrd
gave several violin and pianoforte
selections, receiving their just share
of applause.
Miss McLennan deserves great credit
(or tho untiring and capable manner
in which she aoted at accompanist
during the evening.
Nothing bettor than our " Special.
Two Ricks, stove size $3 76
Three Ricks, stove size $5 50
Furnace and Stove Coal $1) 00
Nut  Size,  suitable  Ior  Sell   Feeders,    Base
Burners and Ranges  8 50
Revelstoke Fuel and Supply Co.
Molsons Bank Building.
Have made mist ol their wealth investing in Real Estate, and it
would not be unwise Ior the man having money at low rate of interest
to follow their lead by investing in the best buy on the market whioh
we have selected as our Special Snap for the coming week.
LISTEN ! Brand new seven room dwelling on Fourth Street, two
lots, hot and cold water, electric light, bathroom, cellar, lawn, large
woodshed suitable for stable and in fact everything that goes to make
a modern, up-to-date dwelling.
Pr.cs S",3.o., Verms S600 Down, Balance on Time.
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office-Toronto, Ontario.
Hriuiclie* in tha Provinces nt Manitoba. Alberta, Saskatchewan.
Britisli Colnmbi., Ontario, Quebec.
Oapltal Subscribed -       -       -       $5,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up ....   $4,280,000.00
Reserve Fund ....       $4,280,000.00
D, R. Wii.kik, President; Hon. R, Jafkkay. Vice-President.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Department—Deposits received and Interest allowed
at highest current rate from date of opening account, and compounded half-yearly,
Drafts sold available in till parts of Canada, United States mid
Europe.  Special attention given to Collections.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C—A. E. Phipps, Manager.
When Ifou Need
Dominion and Provincial Covermtient.
Administrators, Cuardlan.
liquidator., Municipal Employee., Fraternal Societies
Banks, lean, ln.unu.oe and Trust Companies
M.roantlle House. ' ','
Managers,      Storetarl*.,      Tr.asur.rt,      Ca.hl.ri
Bookkeepers,    Salesmen,     Collectors,        Paymasters
Agents,      Warehousemen,       Excise Bonds
And for all Position, ol Trust Where Stourtty la Rt-qulrsd.
imperial Guarantee and Accident Co. of Canada
Capital, $1,000,000.   -i l\   |
Revelstoke Insurance Agency Limited.   -   General Agents
H. F. .McKinnon, Special Railway Aiient.
For the best ^situated RESIDENTIAL and VILLA Lots
in the City or on its borders, and for choke FRUIT
LANDS, Call and see 6. M. SPROAT Soon.
Farwell Estate Office  -   Cowan Block, PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY ANU SATUP.-
Incluling pcMagi* to England, United States
nnd t'aiiitriii.
Bj lhe year Ithroughpostafflcei $2.a0
Hall                   LM
Quarter "       " "  LOO
j on   RINTINGprompUjrexeouted at reason-
able rates.
TEBUS-Cath.  Stibscnptlona payable iu ail
[ lie given to eilcil House so win-u, mm-
ing ns to the load capable uf being
carried, etc. Periodical Inspection.
Bhould lie made by the city electrical
st IV to asci'itnin the number of lights
Used, the condition of wires nnd fuses,
nnd anything that mny require attending to. If such precautions were taken
tin in would he fewer complaints and
li-slight, (ailing troubles, and less
blame Honied  promiscuously  around
hours and 'ill minutes behind time
nml .liii not make up uny speed un i
west of Fort Wllliom", On the prairies
the snow was so deep that fast time
was almost impossible to bo made.
CORRESPONDENCE Invited on matters oil   . .    :. •      . i„.,ir. i
public ini.-r.-i.  Communications lo Kdl-lwll61e "' la ""t JUSHned,
inu*t Ih' tuicoiiipAnled by ■-""" "f' 	
ier, nol necessaiilji fo nubile
  llllllll'   of
writer, nol necessaruy io nuoitcation, hut
a* evidence el .-,.*! fuiili. Correspondence
-tioulii be brief.
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Measurement. N'onparlel p. tinea innki
Inchj,   Store  Mid   yi-in-i.il lni*i
-. »j-,' per Inch per
Preferred  positions,   25   Imr   colli,    nil-
ilitiii.il.  l.irth-. Marriage,  uiul Deaths,
-.    cat     ii-.i-iion.   Tim's: r iiotii-M i?mm
!.t   :       lice.   ?!.*,'     All   .ulv.-l-ti-tiliii'ltl*
■ the approvalof ilu- management.
'. .       in' '   ndensed Advertfsetuciits:
.gi • .-, -m Help H uiiii! Situations
-     Mi..ii-     I'iii.iiil,    Ti-iu-Iht*
-. ■ m Mi tunic, Wanted, in words or
.- ■- .. each .uliliiiiiiiii! Iim- In t-t-tii*.
i hai *-■ - .- --.iuiiii.- iulvi-rii-i'iiH-iit* inu-i
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oi eh week to securo good display,
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REVKLsTfl      . mi liiul -| l,AKK,ll.C.
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^^^^^^^ l.lllTun.s, ETC.
,n.i...-    iMi-i.i-.iAi. Uank Block,  IIkvki
'STOKt, 11. C,
Money lo loan.
CliMce*: Revelateke, B. ('.; Kor. Stoolo, B, ('.
limi. 3. McCarter,
A. M. l'lNKUAM,
Revelateke, B. C.
J. A. Harvky,
KortSteelo, ll.e
J. M. icon I.L.li IV. I. Brlggs.
Babbistebs, StiLiriTims, Etc.
Money to Loan
solicitors fob molsons bank
Revelstoke, B.C
First St.-ei-t.      	
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A \\r A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Olliee Agents
Practice before Railway
Chas. Mubpby.
Hahdi.ii Fisher
Provincial Lund Surveyor,
Mine Sinveying
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 100, Revelstoke,
tbe flfoaf Wlfoevalb
'Ul    .    .    .    - -■ •« -
John C. Wood's Pirn'd'jre St<*re
" I would . . . earnestly a vise thorn for
their good lo order this paper to be jiuiicliiiiily
.erved up. and to tie looked upon as u part of
.he .ea equipage,-—Addison.
Man> and vaiied have been tbe
complaints throughout the city of
late owing to the sudden failing of the
electric light, canted by the burning
out ol the fuses. In many instances
the blame has been laid at the door ot
the city administrators, and reflections
have frequently been cast on the manner in which the city electrical staff
have carried out their work. Granted
that much annoyance is caused by
tbe sudden pissing from light into
darkness, j.e-.j.ie should not he too
ready to lay blame where it is not
deserved. The causes of the blowing
out  or  burning  out ol luses, are, to
Milling is undergoing a now .level-
ipn.ent tlmi promises to do alt Canada
go d and particularly the Canadian
Wnst. The pioneers in Ibis work of
renewing interest in Canada's mineral
ies iiirces huve been the 111011 whu discovered nnd developed the Cobalt
mines in Ontario. .Mining is nuw
moving with aotivity both in Ontario
ami io lliil ish CiMiiioliiii, uml tbe sue-
ca-slul operations must mean nn
Increased demand ior the products ol
the praitie province and also on the
varied nnd rich resources ol British
Columbia itself. A few yeurs ago
mining in Canada was almost coin
pltli'ly discredited hy the pron.otiul
of wild cat schemes, Thousands ol
dollars were sunk in mining com
panics thut were uu more nor less
tlinn frauds and mine afler mine
gradually ceased operations until tho
people began to believe thut the stories
of Canada's great resources were but a
fallacy. This much can he said, however, that the mines and those inter-
esled in mines in British Columbia
never gave in but went at it, without
a break, endeavoring to uphold the
theories and beliefs of vast mineral
wealth that wns hidden in the rocks
and sand of the province. For some
years there wns a lull in the interest
generally taken in mining, but the
glories ot Cobalt blazed meteor-like
into the public gaze,nnd ns the stories
of hidden wealth, followed closely upon
one another, mining came once more
into favor nnd on a new basis. Cobalt
at first had ils doubters, and many
tons of silver had been taken out of
the mines in that part of Ontario
before it was generally believed that
there really was an illimitable wealth.
Now, however, mining is being extensively carried on in many places in
Ontario, and in British Coluinbin too
where the wonderful series ol rich
strikes have opened the eyes of the
world, on a proper business-like basis,
thanks to the developers ol Cobalt
and othcr mining men who have
proved to the people that mining ia
profitable and who renewed the interest in milling by their specular
example. Confidence hm been restored
in mining throughout the Dominion.
There is no longer any doubt whatever ot the immense resources under
the earth's crust in Canada, and liritish Columbia in particular, nor nny
doubt ns to the value of the great
development that is now progressing
so Bately and so rapidly.
British Press Urges Appointment of a Canadian.
London, Dec. 2.—The Daily Mail
has taken up thc action for the
appointment ol a Canadian ambassador at Washington in succession to
In an editorial
put it plainly, that frequently the|Sir Mortimer Durand
fuses are tampered with, as has often article the paper says: "It would be
been the case in the Opera House, by la wise course, il the government is
boys who apparently deem it a line I anxious to consolidate the Empire.
thing I lo, and also that too many Canada haa suffered in the past
n the form ol extra lights are through the ignorance or sbortoom
put into use, thereby causing a greater
load to be put on the wire than the
wire is able io stand, consequently
tbe fuse, which i- of smaller resietanc
than the main wire, naturally fulfills
its appointed task, which Is that ol
saving the wiring in the house or
building from burning and getting
tire. - tbe «■■ idwork and finally causing »fatal conflagration. It must be
understood that the wires will onlj
itaiul .. certain load ami no more, and
every additional lighl uicd will endanger that wire and enme the fuses
to c ntiniially burn out, hence the
tailing ol the light. Stronger luses
with tbe name wiring would as !u fore
Hated. Mute fire by thc wires burning
liefure tb.- lut'--. or properly speaking,
tairty valves,
To eliminate thi- difficulty aud, io
as to prevent uny chance ol the light
tailing, heavier wires should Is- lilted
with correspondingly stronger (uses, so
that a number ul additional light,
Ootild be used without tear ol overload
ing such wires, The city eleotrieal
stall have always curried out their
work satisfactorily uiul are not ti
blame lur the lutes burning if citizens
overload their wires. We ivould -tig
gest that all house anil building wiring
be carried out under the supervision
ol the cily electrician and lie oi such j morning
1 pulled  in to the C. P. II. depot after
mgs of British diplomats Witness
the Ashbtirton Treaty of 1842 (as to|merc
tlie- boundary line between Maim- and
Canada); the Oregon agreement I
184G (a territorial dispute between
Great Britain ami tin United States
which was settled by treaty), and the
Alaskan boundary arbitration, Never
was there such an opportunity lor
making reparation for theae mistaken.
It cam - be aliened that a Canadian
as ambassador would le liki lj to lake
up an estravaganl ur dangerous position in in- treatment -1 questions
between Canada and the United States
The Canadian frontier is 2000 milti
lung and ii c nld be defended only
with difficulty Canada i- so much
weaker than the United States thai
the will never provoke u quarrel, Her
energies and rapid expansion |ustify
In r claim to a larger share In tho conduct of imperial affairs and the time
fins arrived to take her into partner
ship wiil, the mother country,"
Record Year lor the Stores-
Magnificent Achievements by
the City Merchants-Trade
Becoming Brisk,
The festive seiisun has once more
come round and once again Revelstoke
will give hersell up to ilu- (estiveties
nud pleasures that accompanies the
glad tiiiiu. This is n senson when
cure must be put aside and nothing
but joy uud pleasure must be thought
of, and what greater joy or pleasure
Is there lu lifo than that ol giving to
those you euro Ior most, tokens, be
tbey large or small, ol your lovo and
regard. The pleasure ol giving is universal and we in Ilevelstoke aro not
behind in doing our share.
Our merchants too, have not beet,
idle and today can be seen the finest
uud best display ol goods in tbo var
ions stores as is to he hnd in any city
n the province. The windows present
a most handsome appearance and in
every department, considerable taste
and ability has been brought to bear
upon the trimming and general exhi-
bition ol the wonderful array of goods
displayed temptingly to our gaze. Tu
cope with the ever advancing taste
and changing fancies of humanity,
the merchants have ransacked every
wholesale warehouse both in the Dominion, United Stales and the Old
Country, in search of novelties and
the latest specimens of modern invention. The drug stores are brimming
over with dainty, wonderful and fascinating goods, pleasing to the most
critical eye and within reach of every
pocket. The latest styles of cards
silverware, calenders, books, china,
toys, perfumes, and a hundred and one
other articles too numerous to mention, are displayed in artistically arranged groups, the whole forming a
charming and delightful scene, from
whicli one is loth to depart. We
wander on, lost in admiration of tbe
rows of windows, full of color and
gloaming with china, silver, handsome wood or rich silk. We lind we
cannot puss without entering thc
stores where the staple necessaries of
life are arranged in graceful and
attractive positions. Wonderful it is
the art of making food of such a
fascinating nature and this art lias
so increased that today almost every
staple article is ready Ior immediate
use and put up i.i such a fashion us to
force its sale. These slores cnu supply
anything under the sun uml Ihcshow-
ng this yenr surpasses all those ol
years gone by.
The fair sex, perhaps, require the
greatest assortment (ton. wh ch to
chose und our merchants have given
theni this year an endless variety in
dainty gowns and other articles so
dear to the sex. Thc stock ol material, notions and fancy goods would
cause a Vancouver h use t open its
eyes. Ior where could ■•■ bell - selection
be had than right here in Revelsl ke
Tlie wants of the pe | - lava Iv-en
carefully watched, be they in the
furniture,  hardware, d.y  .- - di in
grocery lines     S ■ ■      -   •
-; rTering to their
the latest novelties in i
handirn  .nd whi I -; sj
itmas goods is n ad      li
i- - -i of which we uill
m.. ir stores v
cause :-i re  ember] ■* -       I e people
wi   feel thai . - Be - itoke, ihe chief
,- ;- . i.   .   they »n  up-to-
I,-,     evi ry reaped
, ojtjzi - ■   [  Re vi Iti ke
a ,.. ti   thi   ■' our mer-
-■ -        ..- year In .-  them such
.    ■       ind thnt   - -     vil   extend
tlu-ir pati       im     MM.,   '" nil.
That's Royal Ci'nivn kind-
made in Vancouver—Largest
Snap Factory west uf Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washing n re easy with itshe'.p.
And the money saving is thc
Premium System
Bouklet tells what wc give for
Riivnl Crown Wrappers. Send
lur it—Free—Also try the
Dwellluu and Lot, Second Street     .... $2,(10(1
Dwelling and Lot, Second Street  1,700
Dwelling uiiu* Lota, Third Street  4,200
Dwelling and Lots, (coruer) Fifth Street      .     . .   *!,2IK)
Double Cornei", Second Street, near Y.M.C.A.        . (KKI
Lols uu Second St., east of McKenzie Ave., eaoh   . .     2.1II
Lull, nn Third Sl., eusl of McKenzie Ave,, each   .    . .200
Ijiits on Koiu-lh St., east of McKenzie Ave., eiieh    . ,      175
Lots on Fifth St., ensl. of McKenzie Ave., each    .    . .   160
---"■^™ LOANS
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
1,1011 SALE-Mimic Liinii'i-n uml
1' Slides, at ii sacrifice, Hue plant—
W, M. Ritchie, Blanclittt'd Btreet,
Victoria, II. 0,
'»A si's ■***>?. /h ■♦. ■♦» »***K .♦. i*fi & i'i?. .♦. .^*i A jtt »♦■ .'I. liv i!*» aT. .i'i At jb% it. .*•*)*.
mgs are iieiu id uui
Min-onlc Temple,
M Follow. Balliqn
the third Monday in
■iiieli iiu'iilh at 8
...in. Visil Ingbreth-
i-.-n cordially wel
U, A. I'lluciINIEII, SKcnmnv.
SELKIRK LOD IE. KO 13,1.0. 0. F.
Meets over*. 'I Intrsdny
evening in Selkirk
Hull at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brellirencor-
^^^^^^^^       dlally fiivilcil to attend
!t..l.TAIUIAllT,N.U. .1. MATHIE, SliO
1,1011 SALE-M.iiiuui sized base-
Jj hui'Iier ciml stove, only used une
yenr, npply to F, (!. MANNING, Cily.
I ADUJ8—Fui'dressiuaklngiind sow-
II ing foi'children, fitnoy goods nnil
notions, see Miss Maslkn, opposite
Windsor Hotel,
WANTED-Two Brat-class Uarpen
ters.   Apply to E. O, Fromey.
work for lamlly of three; good
wages—Mrs, Theo.T, Ludgate, Arrow
head, li. I!. if
I.IOR SALE-A new Piano, cost $275
} will sell for $200. Selling sume
on account of leaving town. Apply to
T. F, Bahnai.d, Thiul Street.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner nf Lands and
Works for n special license to cut and
carry nwuy timber from the following
described lands situate in West Kootenny:
1. Commencing nt a post planted
Lt miles north of Timlier Limit 751*4
nnd 1 mile west of Upper Arrow Luke,
and marked "A. M. Symons' northeast corner," thence west 8(1 ehuins,
thenee south Sll cbnins, thonce enst SO
chains, thenco nurth 80 chains to place
of coinniereeine.it.
2. Commencing nt u post planted
2(1 cbnins south of the north-west corner of No. 1 and mnrked "A. M. Symons' north-east corner." thence wes'
Sll ehnins. thenco south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence norlh 81)
chains to place of commencement.
li. Coinmeneing at a post plunted
at the north-east corner of No. 2 and
marked "A. M. .Symons' south-east
cornel-," thence wost 80 cbnins, thence
nortb 81) chains, thenco enst 80 ehuins,
thence smith 80 chains to place of
Dated November 20th, 1000.
4. Commencing at a post planted 1
mile north of the south-west corner of
Lot 8(10 and mnrked "A. M. Symons'
south-east   corner," thence   west 40
hains, thenee north UK) chains, thence
ust -In chains to the north-west corner
of Lot SHI, Ihence snutli 100 chains to
place of commencement,
Duted Novenibei 23rd, 100(1.
dec 1 silt A. M. SYMONS.
Comox and New  Wellington Coal
Hemlock   Wood    Hay, Grain, Feed
'. .-I*. .-**. .-*-. j¥. .•¥..-.. .■*.. .*.. .'T. .->. »T. .T. «T. .T. .-I1. .♦. .-t*. .-*-. .*.. .*--. .*K .-K .-*-. .-I-. .T.
!■ \L "X ij,i 'v 'If ij.' 'X 'J. 4. 4- 4* it 4- 4- 4- 4» V 4- * * + * * + «t
Gold Range lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, II. C.
cxro|it Third Wcilne.daj ul
each iiie.ulli, iu llie Odd'eUow.'
Hull ul s o'clock, vi-lilng
Kniulii* are i-unltnlly nvlied.
A. J. HOWE, 11.(1.
(1. H. IIHOCK, K. of li. tS.
H. A, nitOWN. M. ul F
F. O. E.
Tli» roguliir mootiiigs nro bold in tlie Selkirk
Hall every Tuo-aliiy uvoiiiiiK ul 8 o'cIiick. Visiting li mlli run aro curiliully luvitoil.
K. tl. HllItrilDGE, I'MSlDliNT.
H, i'OOK, Skoebtari,
Overseas Mail makes Fast time
Despite Heavy Weather.
Vancouver,  Dec, X— At   ei-jjlit
minutes after eight on Wodoorafty
Die C. P. R. Ovnrfl al Mail
a nature Hint the wirea aro strong
enuiipli to carry a heavy load over and
above what the house would reasonably require. Permit^ also Bhould he
obtained from th" city council fnr any
new ffiring that is reijuired in new
building, w that the cily electrician
can set that the wiring iti carried out
having made up M hoursand ft min
utesof her If! houri and 20 minuteB
whieh she wan behind time in leaving
Montreal, But for Die prevailing
weather conditions in the Cascade
mountains the train would have arrived in Vancouver on time, The niailn
arrived at St, John and were conveyed front there to Montreal over the
Reported Better Than Ever.
Tkout Lake, Dec, i.—Manager
Emmens returned yesterd iy I * m a
trip to the Silver Dollar. I!'* reports
the property looking better than ever,
I he crossoul ivhioh is being driven to
tap No. i vein in in 91 feet, and has
about another 2D feet to go before thi
objective point i^ resulted, The No, I
or -outh drift is In '.ver 100 feet and
■■il in ore The face of the drift hIiowa
a Jar>;fi quantity of galena, The compressor plant is running Bmoothly
and It i* expected that the tram will
he in operation inside of ^ few days
The machinery for the mill has taen
ordered and Mr, Em mens expects tn
have it in operation by tho middle of
February. A telephone line ia being
built from (.amliome to the mine.
Now Ib youe opportunity! Subsoribo
for the MAIL-HERAID and the NEW
IDEA $2.50, for a whole year for the
A LICENSE io cm timber can be acquired   un.)   a i  public   competition,    A
rental ot *»j pur square mile is chaigeii
for all Umber berths except those situated west ui Vale for which the rentnl la
ite Ol ii cenis per acre per annum.
In addition to the rental, dues al the
following; rates are charged;—
Bawn  iuniber,   50  cents  per
feet B.M.
Rallwaj ties, eight and nine feet long,
. , . and 1 3-4 Lenta each.
.-.    -.'- bolts, ^5 cents a cord.
All other products, ■* per cent on the
a license Is .ssued so soon us a berth
■ granted, but in surveyed territory no
. . can l*e cut on a berth until the
.    ...-■>  :...- made a survey ihereul',
cut umber art* also granted
■ public competition, except In the case
ictual  .-.'.-;;.t-rs,  who  requi.
,-,v:i use.      *-^^^^^^^^
and  o'.hers   may   alsu   obtain
pennl        :ut ap to luG cords of w>od for
•    jrlth i it   '-ompetltlon.
. , .-   ■.ajabit:  under  a p-cti.ur. -.-
tl.W per thousand fet-t B.M., for square
*.:   gaWIOgl   of  any   wood  eX"
from 1-2 to 1 1-2 cents per ilneul
id ina iggsj; from i;j 1-2 to 26
■• per   oil for wuod, I cent for fence
v.    fur railway  ties; and 60
cord for shingle bolts.
/.ii-g purp'jsen arc i.iaued
■i,  of  iwenty-one  yeara, at a
two   ems per aore per annum.
COB    lands  may   be  purchased  at IW
.; soft BOftl and |3i for antlira-
-.   tn   <• uihii '&> acres may bi
■ hi individual or company.
&1 ihe rate of n> cents per ton
. ili   ii Collected  on  tne groan
. , ll
[ r -and for agricultural pur-
, .     - u.aii'   DM -on -M,  .u thi   0-
BI i   ror tl.e dlsirlrt  \n whicli
[he    i   i    i bil taken up ..i situated, or
,- • ad. r di.-nres.  l.t* may, on
m to the Minister of the Interior
il Ottuwa   thi iJomniiaslon***r of ImmlgrH
ll  Winnipeg, or the looaj ageni [ur
. *   i . Althln   wM<*h  the land ll
mated   re live authority  for S'<ine one
atr> for him.
a fee  if Ji:. u charg"'! tor homestead
■■ j
A ii  tier who baa reoetved an entry for
omeetead, li requited to perform tbe
i d *   ns connected therewith under ont/
of the foiiowing plane.-
. .    ifi mmii   'res len ■ upon
ind cultivation of i'-a land In each year
during Ibe -crm of three yearn.
.' ,n the pr.ict!':o of the Department to
tire a settler to bring 10 acrei under
- -   in, but if hi prefers he may, sub-
il   its stock; and 20 head of cattle, to be
illy (i.i own property, witi, buildings
foi their -iwommodatlon, will be required
if culUrgiton.
a> tt tlm father (or mother, if thi fa-
fher 1.1 d'V'fi-nj'i'.d; of any person who l»
■ to m-ike a hom**t*a/i sntry uiid*r
the prnvliloni of the Act reside Bpoa
-i fsrm In  the vlrrlnlt/ of ihi** land en
tered for by such person »* a nornf-itead
the i-pqulreinenls of th« A<:\. g% to tm\-
dance brl<ir to obtslnlng pntem ma*/ bf*
latlsfled by .inch p<-r»<in realdini< with ib*
father ur mut her.
f3) If   thi   settler   haa   his   pi rrnan'*ni
residence upon farming land own'-d by
him in the vicinity of hlrf homestead, the
ffiulrTnents of Ihe Ant nn to r'-wld'-nce
mav be satisfied by rosldr-noe upon tlm
<ald land,
Appllrntlon for patent should hn made
nl LhQ end of three years before the lonnl
hi:' nt, mib a Rent or a hnmeslead Inlpoo
It'ifore making appllentlon for a patent,
tb" settler must glvp six months' notles
In writing to the flommlHslonpr of DO
minion Lnnds nt Oltewn, of his Inten-
tloii to do so,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
Ottawa. Februray Uth. IM.
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first 1 Op. Union Hotel A
/V*^ V^^VN^A*/>i^S«^S^V-**-^-.^-^*VV.-W-W\.->i ^/"—i^-wil^^.^V-tn./ QJ
Notice In horoby glvon that on '.lie 21st day of
November, HKM, an Ordor was granted appointing (ieorgc Smitli MoCat'tOl', Ollicial AdminiH-
Initm* fur tlm Hi*vi Isi.ikc Eleiloml Diatrict of
the County of Kootetiaj*, to bo AiliniuUmtor
of all und singular llie i mate of the satd inles-
Notice h hereby furl her given that all crcdit-
ui-Mtiid olhi'iK having claims agaliiHt the Ks
tule of the slid dooouaed arc nqnircd onor
before the lltliday of January, ID07, io send by
post prepaid or delivur to tlio uuderHlgnud,
Uielr Christian and Buniames, addrcsBoa and
duscrlpt ii'li8, lhu lull particulars ol llieir claims
duly vi rill-oil, lln' statement of tln-ir accounts
and the nature of the securities, If any, lield by
Anil further take notice that afler such last
mentioned date llio Adnilnls'rator will proceed
to distribute the AshcIk of the said deceased
amongst the parties entitled thereto having
regard only tu lhu claims uf wliich he shall
then hare not ice and that the said Administrator will aol be liable for the said assotn or
any part thereof to any person or persons of
whose claim uutice shall not have been received by him at the dato of such distribution.
Dated nt Vancouver, Hritisb fnhiinhia, this
3rd day uf December, A.D.. HM
Solicitors for George Smith Met'artor,
dec 5 wed Im Administrator,
Exceptionally liusy Summer and Pall selling lius placed
nn nur hand, a large number of second-hand pianos and
ui pi ns, taken in exchange on new styles of MASON &
KISOH and PIANOLA PIANOS. Our "Upper Country"
warehouses—in Nelson and Kevelstoke—are now comfortably crowded— we've winter shipments on way from
factory, too. These used goods must he sold, wo wish
thi'in to move rapidly. You'll appreciate these umisal
Small Upright "I-iiff & Sons" ",Manon A Hisiili" Pl.no, larg.
piano, Riigli.li mako, B octaves, ft  nli     Upright Granil,  beautiful ma-
walnut case  •  «™     hogany case,. It. 0 In. high, oaso
"CliarlM Davl." Hmteht Piano slight!;- marreti, otherwin lino
iltiMLTS « an   St MfflUS? ff"8 S375
French n-alnitt case, scroll Iront * SU     mlU lor IHU, tako it Ior    »»l«»
-'tlH.I" ..mm i ft   liii.li  wai. "Mason ,t llisch" Piano, Up-
r ...ik 8 ,io,i« io mi oil tune W SU     walnut ease, practically new,
auto 8 stops, in goon wn......  w ■"•        i|M cnm|ili„n       (re, lom.  ftM_
"Avtl! i Smart" Upright Piano \Vas j550i extraordinary value at  *1Uv
KaUVcoMC1 <. fiK   ""'t\t: °'«r mw
"hugont" Pi.no, Now York, 7                 mana, llroat, ami (Irani! organ  m  itn
octaves, elionlnul case, a gonil  ft.AR     swells..    -P tfv
lluy,*ll,;,-,*„-. ;,**■•,■*■•■•  "Bell"Organ,ntnlve walm't
"lli-ll* Piano, (luclpi, 71 00; case, scroll Ir.int, 11 sets of rceils,
taves, Imitation l'mni-h walnut 10 ato,,,,   i,„t|, a„.ells.   You'll   d>   Eft
oaso, voneor partially oRono ona ftORA    not loio on tills at  W w
suitable Iur hallorloige.  WOU ,,
" Mason li Uisch     Piano, 7 „„t case with Imvclloil Fronoh
octaves, I It. 5 in. high, lnlslieil platu mirror, 5 nclavi-.s, 3 sets ol
In   Sun   lloiniiiBi-   mahogany, reoils, 111 stops, bass .-mil treble
slightly iisd inn gooil .u new, ft'lKft    couplersantlknoo«woll«,.plen- ft  en
was em but now selling at  *«av     did value at this figure..........   » OU
We've also a number of others. Full lint sent upon
retpiest. You may turn in any one of these Instrument.
nt full value, as partial payment on a new MASON &
HISCH PIANO, within two years after purchase.
MUg^KBAY NELSON, B. C.   "•B*,8B0X
NOTICE Ih hereby given that 60 day** after date
I intend tn apply to the Hun. Chiof Cuin-
missioner of LaniU and Works for perinlMionlo
mircliiise the following described lnmls li the
tVest Kootonay District;
Commencing at a post planted 2n chains oast
from tbe Hiiiilli-wcsL corner nf Lot :'Mi?i and marked
"K. (J. Trall'ind'.1* imrtli-east cun er pnst," tlienco
tiiiilh 40 chains, thence west 20 chains more or
leaa to Luke shore, tlience nurtb along slioro to
south-west corner ol Lot 24ii!l, themo oaat 20
chains touoint nf inauiieaeemeiit.
Dnted November Kith, Haiti.
doc 6 wed K. C. TBAFKQED.
Dec. 3 to 10, 1906
For this week we will
iiiiikeii l'l'K|-j PHOTO of
nny IliiLy up to 'I years.
Thil in alisnliilely free
—im rutrlotiont.
Ilriii^ the Btvbl.l and
have their pictures taken.
Mf.ckoii.io Avenue
Revelstoke, B. C.
'K ia hureby uireu that thirty days
_, altor dato 1 intend to apply to the I'hipf
Commissioner of Lauds and Worka for special
liconso to cut and curry nwuy timber from tlie
hilliiwiiic described lundt situated In West
Kootenay diatrict, B. O.i
1. ('iinmiHU'Mjt ut it pnat pltnti-.l mi the north-
wval -ilniro nf the iioith-ea.il iiim uf l'|ipi*r Arm*'
Lake, ut a point -about ..', uiilut aiuit.li-weatuf
Cniiiii|i!ix. ami murked ".Inini Connor's iiiuth-tiiHt
Corner pout," thencu inutli ltio ehuiua, tlif net west
•io chains, tiience north iwi chuina, tnence oasuu
chaina to point < f nimmunei'muut.
Dunn Id Dowar, Annt.
2. Goiamonclni ut a post plauttul about 40
clialnl weal uf tin* iioi'lh-weat almre. north-eaat
arm uf Upper Armw Lake, at a |iiiJiilabout2*}
niltossolltll'WOit of t'oiuuplix, and markeil "M..I-
Smith's south-east corner iiust," thence weat. no
chuina, thenni mnth hi i-)iain«, thence enaUO
chains, thenee smith 80 ehuiua Lu pnlnt uf com*
M, ,1, SMITH,
Dunalii Dowar. x^-m.
;t. Coinmeneing at a post planted mi the north'
wu.il allure uf the iinrthi'iiat arm nf I'ppnr Armw
Lake, nt a |iubit almut 2'.,, mllea auiith-woatuf
Ciililil|illxh ainl niiirki-il ".Milton Daily's sotlth-enat
I'l.rni'i-iii'Hl," i lii'iu," imrlli luu chuina, tlience weat
lu I'halna, tlionco mm tii lfin elinlns, thtiico enat 40
chaina p. i-'iini -if n.niuii'iii i*iiN'iii.
Duiiald Dowar, Agent.
4. Coinmoiiclng at a pnat plantod at tho north-
eaal corner nf Location Nu.:!, an.I marked "John
f.umiur'a BOUth-eait cornor imst," thein-e wenl mj
north ho ehains, thunce uailfu
aouth  K0 lhaius tu pniutof uuili'
KoUce ia hereby given that80 days alter dete
we id-Mud to iipi'ly to the Hon. chief Coinuils*
sioner of l.auds and Works for a speciul license
to eul and carry away limber from the following described lauds ou Halfway creek in West
Kuuteiiay districl;
1, Commencing at a poBt planled atthe
soui li-wesi nor ner of T L. No. 7101), and marked
"L.W.L Co. (".E.G.", theuce Hj ehains nnrth,
thence 80 chnlns west, thence 80 chains south,
thence esst 80 chains to place of commence*
2. Commencing at a post planted at the
north-west cornerof I, L. no To32, -and marked
■i..\Y.l,.tu N.K c", Uu'iic) 80 chains south,
thence 80 chains wesl, thence 80 chains north,
thenoe B0 ehalus esst to place of commencement.
'A. Commencing at a post planted at the
south-east cornerof T. L. No. 7100, and marked
"L.w.i .(;o. H.W.C". tnence north mi chains,
theuco eaal 8u chains, thence suuth 80 chains,
thence weat 80 chains to place of commence-
4. Commencing at a post planted at the
north-east corner of T.t. So, 7682, and marked
"L.\VX.Co, BjW.O.", thenee north 80 ch-diia,
thenceeast bu chains, thence south tJOchalus,
thonce west 80 chains to place of commence**
6. Commencing at a pnat planted at the
smith-east corner of Location No, 4 aud marked
"L.W.h.Co. 8.W.C." thenee east 1(10 chains,
theuce north H, chains, ihence west Kio chains,
thence south 40 chains to place of commencement.
ti. Commencing at a post planted at the
norlh-eaai, comer of T.L. No. 70112, aud inarked
"L.W.L.Co. N.W'.C ", thonco caat llklebiilus,
theuce aouth 40 chains, Ihence wesl ICO chains,
Ihence north 40 chains tu placoof commence*
Dated this 24th day of November, 11-00,
7. OouimuncliiK at a post planted nbout 40
chains uorth of tue south-west cornerof Location No. 2, nbout ^00 feet from west bauk of a
small oreek and marked, "L.W.L.Co, 8.E.O.",
tlience north 80 chains, thence wesl 80 chains,
thence soulh 80 chains, thence east 80 chnlns
to placo of commencement,
8. Cummencing nt a poat planted at the
south-west cornerof T.L. No, 7030 and niarked
"L.\V.L.Uo. 8.K.C.", thence norlh 80 ohalna,
thence weat 80 chains, theuco south 80 ohains.
thence eaat Hu chuius to place of commencement.
Dated this 'Jtiih day uf November, 1900.
Lamii-Watson Li Miu.it Co., Limited,
dec 3 wed
1> diiyn after datu 1 intend lo apply to the
Chief CouimMonur of hinds and Works for a
special license to cut and curry away timber
from ihe followliiK described lauds In West
Kootenay diatrict:
II. Commencing at a poat marked "Gus
Lund'a nnrlh-caat cornor," about 11 miles below
north fork of Goldstrcnm, thence south 80
chains, weat 80 chains, north 80 chnlns, oast 80
chains to point of eoniuiciiceincnt.
Dnted June mh, tttoti,
dec .1 wed GL'S LUND.
Iuiiii*., I hem:
clulna, Ihoiic
Donald Dowar, Agent,
fi. Commencing at a po»t planted at the snath-
weal curuer uf Location No. 4, ami marked "M. J.
•Smith's muii li cast corner poat," Iheuce north 80
chalna, tm-nc.. woat 80 ehains, thonee mm Hi 80
chaina, ihunco oast 80 chains to pulut uf com
Donald Dewar, Ay-ml.
tl. Coinmeneing at a uoat planled ain.ut 'i-i
ehuiua west frum Hip noulli. west corner of Location No. 2, ami marked "John ('minor's nm ili oust
comer Post." thenoe woat ko chains, theuce mntli
80 chains, tlionco caat 8ii chains, theuce nnrtli 80
chalna tn point of coinuiencciueiit.
Donald Dowar, Agent.
Arrowhead, P.O., Nor. 7th, 1006.        norl?
Pleases every smoker  the » Maro
Nolicc la hereby given that, (Unlays aftor dato I
inleiul toapply to tlii" Hon, chiof Commiasluner
of Lnmls and Wnrk~*tu pim-luixe the follnwlng
Idpscrll-i'dliinils-ltiiateilin Cariboo diatricl, Il.C.;
Commeueiug at a post marked "U, A. lorbca*
south-wt'*! corner post," planted about 20
chains west of trail running through Starvation Hals hi a Kotitherly direction from Tete
Jaune Cache, running norlh 80 eliains, thence
eait-90chains,thonco south 80chains- thenee
west 80 chains to point of commencement.
Dated Oth day of November, 1900,
uo\ 17 Q, A, i'oKUES, Locator.
Nolle, it. horoby fflv.n thut 60 duy.
from .lute I iiiit-iiit tn apply lo llie Ctii.f
Oommitttoner of Lands uml Works ut
Victoria, H. C, for pt.rct.ato of fbltowliig
descrlbad Uiul-. in Lllloool diilrlcti
Comn.enclnff at a posl plnnted near
soulli side of Olli-r Crook,,. illiles north of
Adams   l.uko  mnrked "W. S.  Burton*.
toulli-wosl coi'mii'," running Ho chums
eusl, 40 i'liains norlli, Ho clmins well, 40
chains south, containing aboul jaoncrr*.
Dated Nov, utli, 190b.
nov 14 W. S. HURTON.
Notice is hereby given thai 60 days
from dale I inlenil lo npply to the Cliief
Commissioner ol Lands nud Works al
Victoria, B.C., lor purchase of lollowing
described lnnds in Lillooet disirict:
Coinnieiiciiig al 11 posl plunted near
south sideof Oiler Creek, 3 miles north
ol Adams Lnke, niarked "A, MdConnoll't
norlh-west corner," running 40 chiiiim
soulli, So chains ensl, 40 elinins norlli. Ho
eliains west containing, aboul 320 acres,
Dated Nov. i.-ili, 1906.
nov 14 A. McCONNELL,
Noliee is hereby given Ibat 60 days
from dale I' intend to apply lo lhc Chiel
Commissioner of Lands and  Works at
Victoria, H.C, for purchate of lollowing
described lauds in Lillooel districl:
Commencing a. a posi planted about
two and a half miles from hend of Adams
Luke 011 wesl side of river, marked "J. A,
Knox's soulh-wesl comer," running Ho
clmins east, 40 ehains norlh, 80 chains
wesl, 40 chains soulh, confining about
320 acres.
Daled Nov. 12th, 1906,
Smith Creek Hydraulic Company will Carry on Extensive
Operations — Smith Creek
to be Developed.
The Big Bend country has always
been considered an Eldorado in tlie
wonderlul possibilities that are held
out in that region lor making a lucky
hit. Not only in the timber of which
there is an almost illimitable quantity
of a particularly fine grade, but the
mining resources are boing rapidly
developed and many rich claims are
being taken up owing to Ibe unquestionable possibilities of the richness of
the geologicaljstratn and the already
known value of creeks and streams
Ior hydraulic mining. Nearly all the
streams and creeks entering the
Columbin river aro known tu hold
more or less gold, and river bars have
been successfully worked along the
Columbia. With thc exception of
tome, considerable tracts ol fertile and
partly open country along the lower
valleys, the greater part ol this region
is extremely mountainous. There is
good evidence, in several places, of the
existence ol deep rich ground in the
valleys of the creeks partly worked in
former years, and great attention has
been paid tothe initiation ol hydraulic
work on a considerable scale.
Much mtetest has been centred of
late in Smith Creek and in the development of the same. Tbe Smith
Creek Hydraulic Co. have, and arc
preparing to carry on the development
ol that particular part of the Bend,
and much work has been done lor the
further operation ol successful hydraulic mining. Frank H. Guffy, of
Pittsburg, has been here for over two
months as manager of the concern
and more work has been done iu the
development ut tbe property under
his organization iu the last two
months than has ever before been accomplished. Mr. Guffy bat wonderlul
energy and consideiable experience in
hydraulic mining, and will make a
success ul any undertaking which is
put into his charge. With a huge and
varied experience in mining and all
its branches, .Mr. Guffy should do
much to exploit tbe property and get
every ounce of value out ol it. No
labor or expense bus been spared over
$17,000 having been put into the
present workings this year and by
next spring, when the work is in full
.wing add the plant in full blast, from
$160,000 to $200,000 will be spent.
Mr. Guffy has at present fifteen men
engaged on the work Ior the winter
snd on the approach of summer put
into force his already well matured
Tbe work already done is considerable! commencing about Oct. 1st., a
cable ferry was placed over the Columbia river aliout a quarter ol a mile
below the mouth of Goldstream, the
cable being of one and a quarter inch
steel and suspended on towers, about
60 feet above the river. A ferry boat
w.6 then built 40 feet in length, 12
leet wide and 3 Ieet deep, the sides ot
3 inch and the bottom ol 2 inch plank
with a plank floor. The boat is operated by a capstan, all the lumber being
whip sawed, and it able to take a whole
pack train on at a time. This it a
great public convenience, as prospectors, cruisers and others going to
different localities on the other side ol
the river, up the Canoe River trail for
instance, can take their pack horses
over without the risk of swimming
them across. Five and a half miles of
good trail have been constructed, a
considerable part ol which had to be
graded and corduroyed. It it estimated that lully 30 tons ol supplies and
machinery were taken up by pack
trains and by river; gcod camp buildings, consisting ol mest-house, bunk I
house, store . 'uses and stables were
erected and a bn Ige was constructed
over Smith Creek, The company
intends to place in position this winter
the machinery o! tho saw mill and
turbines, and also Io complete the
construction ol the llunie lor conveying the water at a 30 loot level to
operate tbe turbines. This will enable
them to commence the sawing ol tl.e
lumber for tl.e several iniles of Hume
lor the hydraulic plant, early in the
The entcrpriting "ifture of this
undertaking, under tl.e management
ol Franlf Guffy, should bear fruit early
next lummer'and will certainly do a
great deal to develop the Big Bend
oountry, and will add further inducement! to the provincial government
to keep clear and construct better and
more exteusive trail, and roads in
that dittrict.
Fielding Says That Will Come
Under Dumping Clause.
Ottawa, Be.". 3.—In reply to a
question put by W. A. Galliher, during the budget speech, linnnce minister Fielding said:
"Chiti.ges have been ninde in regard
to tome mining machinery that waB
on the ftee list. Tbeie are a number
of artii-les which are now made in
Canuda and which were transferred
from the free list. Tho following ar
tides, under tlie head ot mining
machinery are dropped from the free
list and will become dutiable ae
machinery, or as manufactured iron
or steel, as the case muy be: Machinery, (or cual washing, coke making,
oro drying, ore refining, ball and rock
emery grinding, jigs, ckssitiers, separators, blast furnaces, water jackets,
monitors and giants.
"All these a.ticles are now being
mad in Caunda and we drop them
from tbe fret. list. Tho following have
been added to the free lilt and are duty
free: Parts of monitors, safety lamps
and accessories (or cleaning, tilling
and testing lumps, blast furnaces for
smelting copper and all integral parts
ot all machinery specified in these
items, The diameter o! the tubing
covered by the items has been increased from 2J to 4 inches."
The tariff includes a majority ol the
changes asked for by mining and
smelting men during the visit of the
tariff commission to British Columbia.
Blast furnaces for copper and briquet-
ting plants are also on the free list
and the duty on giant powder is reduced from three cents to two and a
half cents per pound.
The bringing of lumber under the
provisions of the dumping clause is
also gratifying to British Columbia
The general opinion here is that the
tariff changes will not materially
affect any trade.
Shoemen feel that they Bhould have
a higher duty on lower grades of shoes
as these ure largely imported.
Kyrie thinks the high duty on gems
will encourage smuggling as gems are
easily concealed.
Among certain members ol the dry-
goods trade it is pointed out that there
is increuse on cottons used by the poor
and a reduction on velvet plush not
made in the country and on cashmeres
lustres, mohair, alpaca, not u-ed except by those who can afford to pay a
high duty.
over Knit-to-I-'it Underwear. Every suit is knit nli in
oue piece from neck to ankle—fits like a glove—won't
wrinkle at tlie waist or hul^e over tlie hips—and holds
ils shape without stretching or shrinking.
Combination Suits
are without doubt tlie best made—and the most satisfactory—undergarments for women's winter wear.
Our trademark on each garment, Made iu any size
or fabric. Send for catalogue if your dealer caunot
supply you.
B. C. Mining Exchange Prints
Some Notable Features.
One ol the speoial features of the
current issue of the B. C. Mining Exchange, is an interesting account of
the Monarch Mine at Fie'd, B. C.
The advantage of a journal to place
reliable views of mines before the public, is seen iu this instance, as there
are few who knew, or will have remembered, if they once did know, tbat
there was a large mine at Field. A
full and cosiprehemive deicription of
the Monarch mine and detailed information as to its active and immediate operation are given.
Two othcr special features are the
report of the zinc coniinhiion and the
marked improvement in Coast mining.
The whole issue, as usual, is replete
with information concerning mining
operations in all parts of ihe province
That's the foundation of the success
'MOFFET'S BEST"  bread flour.
" BEST " is much imitated, but
good bakers readily recognize the
difference between the original and inferior
makes Bake
a certainty.
day a delight ann its results
Columbia Flouring Mills Co., Ltd.
,,   ,.       lure llllll is OS line us it looks.   You enn
do so und be sine ul* il. by dealing with
R. Howson & Co.
Every piece of imr furniture is guaran
teed in be the best in style, material,
ivoi'knittnship and finish.   We hnve made
a life study of the trade, und we know the
full value of artistic luste in designing,
V,-j ill.-' and the oars nnd skill necessary In every
jm,i?--it J..'.-  detail iu making uml finishing. Om- prices
'*'/■'?,.*•*'".'   are moderate, yet our customer, get the
'GsSCzL,   lieneflt in style and quality that please
und give thorough durability.
In small or large Lots,Irom Hit)
ll«. to a Carload.    For price
L. E. GRIFFITHS, - Malakwa
■ft".   ,.'\!|    b you are looking for something nice in 8POON8 AND
J^ SPECIAL" for Souvenirs, wc have Ihem here.
"fflflxWl**  GUY   BARBER,
Look Well! Feel Well!
Do you enjoy that well diessed feeling? We all know what
it feels like to lie hot, lo be cold, or to be tired, and it is
just as true that we all know what it feels like to be well
diessed. It feels good, and it's good to feel good. You can
never' be well dressed if your clothes are not made by the
right, maker.
Get to know we handle the SEMI-READY GARMENTS
and you will find what a pleasure and satisfaction it is to be
well dressed.
Suits and Overcoats-SIS, SI8, and $20.
Blue and Black Suits, the best made, $20, & S25
Right Overcoats, up-to-date-Prices: $18 and $20
Special Trousers $5 and $6.
Tailoring is our business. We make a man look well
and tie knows it.
..Cressman  and Morrison..
Nothing better than Our " Speoial.
Now i. youe opportunity! Sub.orlbo
for the MAIL-HERALD and the HEW
idea 11.50, for a whoio year ler the
Plea... .wry Mtioker
the "Marc.
A New Departure Initiated by
the C. P. R-
The Canadian Pacific management
will introduce Japanese attendants in
the through train tervice between
Montreal and Vancouver. The Jap-
anuse will be employed as supplementary to tl.e present train staff and their
functions will be to render a somewhat
similar service, on first clan and
second class carl, to that performed
hy the pollers ou the sleeping cars.
Tho Japancie staff employed for
this |iiii-|iiisi: will be engaged by General Superintendent Marpole at Vancouver and as the innovation has been
approved ot by Vice President Mc
Nicoll and Passenger Trallic Manager
Kerr, it is expected that the Japs will
shortly be familiar figures on the
through trains
They will relieve the brakemen ol
the rather irksome duty of cleaning
can and waiting on the paisengers,
and thus enable them to give their
undivided attention to the working of
the trains.
To checkmate the dishonest use of
name of " JAEGER," look for llie
ie! on each article, and insist ihui
llie goods be invoiced as " JAEGER'
Sbllino Aobnts in Rrvblstokb
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd.
Import direct from Country of origin.
Incorporated by Act cf I'nrliitineut, 1855.
Wn. Molbon Maophebson, Pies. s. II. Kwinij, Vice-Pres.
|Jamks Elliot, General Malinger. |
Capital paid u;\,$3,000M0
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything in way of banking business transacted without unnecessary delay.
Interest credited twiee n year nt current grates 'on Savings Hunk
deposits. ___
VV. H. PRATT, Manager,
Rkveutokk, B. C.
MV«Vt*M% »*%»%*tWn»*»*W»%***V» VI
For Agricultural Implements. Carriage^ WfagouH Etc., Joliu
Dei'ro Ploughs, Mdlino Wagons, Canada Carriage .Company's
IluggiOH, Phmet jr., Garden Soedors and Cultivators, Wheelwright and Blacksmith Work |atteuded to. Horse Siiueiug a
i HKAD OKFIGK: Calqaky, Amikkta.
J Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
0 Pork Packers and Dealer :ln Live Stock.  Markets in all the principal Cities and
g Towns of Alberta, liritish wurnbla and the Yukon.  Paokors of the Celebrated Brand
i "Ira orator " Hams and Bacon, and Hhamroek Brand, Leaf Lard, A
Central Hotel
^      iRFVPIRTAKP  B. C.
Newly built.     First-class in every respect.    All modern convenience?
Large Saniple Rooms.
Rates $1.50 per Day, Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
Has a good stock n[ Omeeriei and
a fine iissiirtment of Japanese China.
Agent for Revelstoke Fanning
Company, growers ol all kituh uf
Farm Produce, Hay aud Wood.
Front Street, Revelstoke
Evans & Woodrow
Dealers iu Beel, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and Game in
Seiison. Orders promptly attended tu.
First St. Revelstoke
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
Tea services IFlowat Pots
Plate. L'morella StJUIllr
Hi.-l.ct- Lunch Hiv-ki-m
(nm- rii.iir. Smoking Jacket..
Handkerchief '. Silk Ooal.,
Kine-t stock ol candies and IriilU in town.
Front Street, Revelstoke
I have clienti who »i-h lo
obtain houses, rooms and Its
for building purposes, and sl.aii
lie glad if parties having -Tioh
will advise me ol same.
Rett Estate and Insurance At,-nt.
Revolt-take, tl. C.
Deer IK-iuU, anlm.li, liinls, El.li,
Animal Bon Mounted.
P.O. 1I.IS Jl. -J2/-J
IlliStmliii:  Corner of First St. unit Bnyln Ave...
Revelitoke. 11. t".
, ,Ktc,
Windsor Restaurant
Mrs. H. J. Hajbury. Managress.
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
Large Diriinffroom tnr
Banquet*. Suppers, etc.
Furnished Rooms To Let
E. VV. B. Paget
Forwarding and Distributing Ag.nl.
Expr... nnd Baggage Delivery.
Moving ol Pianos, Sale, and Furniture.
C.neral Uraylng.
Office: McKenzie Ave. BSMSTK
(Mllo. Hum. Mo. 71     Horn. Hum. Mo. 7.
Now lhat the Mrike Is settled, full supplies of tins celeliralt'd Ooal will
again lie available after this week.
PRICES—Special Hand-picked coal—besl in lhe market-19 P.r ton
8CREENED GOAl  $8.60 par ton
RUN OF MINE  7.50 per ton
Having taken over F. McCarly's Coal Warehouse, lull slocks of this
coal will he kept and orders promptly Idled.
E. A. HAGGEN, AGT.   Revelstoke, B. C.
Office—Mackenzie Avenue, Ncvt C. P. R. Tolegrnph Office,
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $i a day.   Monthly rate.
Queen's ftotei
Best brands ol Wines, Liquorsand Cigars.   Travellers to
Fish Creek will lind excellent accommodation at this
CHIEF  YOUNG, - -       Proprieto.
Under   New  Management)
B,   C.
First-clas accommodation for travellers.
Best brand), ol Wines, Spirits, and
Henry's Nurseries
F.xtrn lur*;* Importation of
Dill RQ   l" arrive from Hullnml, Fntioi
DULDO  |DtJ Jryjun In Soptembtr
For Fall Planting
T lion sands of Fruit and Ornamental
Troon, Hliu'ludmidruiit.. Rouen tnd hardy
ilinul*. now ttrnwiiiK uu uur own irroiiiidi. fur
future iiluultn*-.
Nnoxp-eiiMi, loiaordtlayof fumigation,
in-lHH-i imi nor customiduiioi in pay Hend-
tpinrtori for Pacific Cnast gruwn nnd im
ikiiin.| llnrdmi, Flold and Flower Saudi.
Visitor! aro always welcome lo limpet* t
our "tuck.
Qreonhouio Plants.
Cut. Flowers and Flora] Dmjkiii. Knrtllia-m
Hou Hivns and Supplies, Spray Pumps und
Spraying inn tor in I.
Ko nRonii, -therefore you hart no eom-
mi -iiim to pay. Our iMtnloifiit it I In yon
uliuut it. Lot mo i>rlco your Iht, Ijofitni
placing yonr ordor.
Wo du Illiniums on our own ground*-un
rout to nay, mid aro prepared to mint all
competition. Eiistorn prices or Iom. White
liilmr.  CntitloKuen Froo,
Qrentihoiisei; — 8010  Westminster   Rond,
Hnmidi Nur.iorioi: Hontli Vancouver.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.  WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
RATES  SI   AND   $150  PER   DAY
pT! Fplture I
John E. Wood's Furniture Store
Notion Ih hereby given Ilinl tin- fol'owtog
retail li'iuiii llcoii.o ii|.iili.'.. - hart bMii
received fur llie RlVOlltStt Licence llli-trict:
II. 1). Morrl.,« niiiiilli. retail, Wiml-or lli.l.-l,
i'iiiiiuli.it] i'.i.iii- HhiIm.M in  0[rtonlli.rt-
lull, (lli.i'li'l-ll.i , (ili.-i.-r.
W. .1. I.tiflittniriie, il month, retail, I'nloit
lintel, Arroiv.,,,*.!.
.lohn Culey. il inoiiili, retiill, City Hot.!,
D. Cameron, ll tnoiitti, retail. LAksview Ho-
l.l. Arrowhead,
J. H. Vuiiiik. il iihhi li- retail, Wn.-eu*. Hole!.
Wm. Iliiiiilitnii, i! iiiiiniii* retail, Lardo..
llut.l, i' uiiii.
Wm, Boyd, « montli, re'inl, Beaton Hotel.
John Tliew, I! inoiiili. niu.ll, Bv. Hotel. Cam-
D.ToOrr, ii monthi retail, Cambomt Hotel,
.1. H. lilnilmiy. I! montli. retail, lteeeotlon
Hut.!. Cumin)! in-
Krsiik Alley, II iuuiiIIik retail. ('riterioit Hotel,
.!n in borne.
M. J. il'Htii ii. t! montli. ri-l.l!, Coronal inti
llninl, ("ainlioi-ne.
ll. V. I*crry, I! moiitlw retail, I'avlllion Hotel,
I,. F. Mclloutfal, I nm.nl.- retail. U'land
Ilot.l. NaktiRp.
M. McCarthy, t montli. rclnil. Grand* Hotel,
ll.rri Molnlo.li, ii month, retail, Halcyon
Hotel, Iliileyon.
Mlko .Iiniii, tl ininill,' mail. St. I.'on llo.rl,
St. Leon.
And lliiiher take notico that lhe regular
ini'otrtn.iii lhe lloiinl ol [.l.-i-ii-.-CoiiiinlHaioncn,
forth. RnvcNt.iki! litoenclng lii-trict will lie
hold Inthc Provincial l'olli'cOlllrc.l.ovcNtokc,
on Saturday lhc Utli day of Dec, WO, at the
hour of 2 .i.in. in the afternoon.
Dated liiin Nth day ol November, 1906.
Ily Order.
thiol Inspector.
Halcyon Hoi Springs
Under the new management of
Hahht MflNTiis.t,   Hotrninn   Hoiisb
THE MEDICAL WATERS of Halcyon ate the most curative in the
world. A perfect, natuial remedy for
all Nervous and Muscular diseasei,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailment.
and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rate, on all boats and trains. Two
mails airive and depait every dny.
Telegra h communication with all
marts of ".lie world.
TERMS- %Yi to $18 per week.   For
fm ther particular, apply to
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrotti LaKt. B. C
gcud potatoes, onion., carrot.,
laiiTkraut, home made pickles,
j.mi, etc., chicken or eggt, or
// there is anything wrong
Abou Tour House
that wants fixing, from opening your safe to cleaning your
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
U'ltitifartured for all olftlSMlof building"
All Iclodiof biiildiiiftaud plasterini*
Buys one of the most roomy,
comfortable and convenient residences in the city, with two lots,
corner site, in first-class location.
Terms may bc arranged. Particulars on application to
1*. A. HAGGEN,
Real Estate & Insurance Agent,
6. H. SPROAT. Office, Cowan Blk UI-l-tK
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*■>** aiiii carry uwuylimber from Uiu following ne
scribed lauds, situate ou tbo cast nido ot L pper
Arrow Lake, West Ivooluiiny dltttliot !—
1: Ci dn iiii'iici i in nia puat marked ' Uinrj Mt
ttlUttll'H   M'Ul I-Went  collier  pnst," ubuut b llilU'H
cast of Nakusp, mi a small creek tributary to Na*
kusp i*rtt'k, uuu abuut lu cIiuiub weal trum the
northeast curm-T pnat of Umber limit No.7860,
tliem'u noith ion chains, tlience eaat 4J chuius,
tlienco uouth ion obaina tu above named corner
p.i.*.i ul limber limit N'oJitiiU.lhutcc hcbHO chains
un lliu line ut linibu Nu, TAW tu point uf Commencement.
-**. Commencing at a poat maiked "Unity Mi
intovlia aiiiitii-Ht'ii comet poat," 4u chains wmi
from posi No. t, ami ou the north lino ot titular
limit No. taw, thence north 100 chains, tlienci
uml-lo ili.uiiii, tllelice south lou chains ti'iioiiii
line uf Umber limil Nu, DJitt, thence weat41)
clmins ou tin: line ot timber iiiu.l No, 7;i:>u lo
poiuiof commencement.
3. Co lUiaiicllignta poat imvked "Harry Mcintosh's nuulli-weaL corner pout," 40 chalna west
innii p.I.-.i No -:, aim on t it- nuiili lun1 ui i.iiiiii
li'iiii Nu. J8i o, tlieuce inntli ItH) .-ii iiu.-, Unmet* uant
lilchams, tlleucu south IMU'nalna,tlience we»HU
chains ou line of thnbci limit No. ft 60 tu point of
4. coiuuieucmg tit a poat marked "Harry Mc*
luii'sh-. south* wesl coruer post," 40 chalna weat
from post No. 8, aud ou lhe mirth Uncut tlmbur
limil Ni-. ?ifto, tlience north 100 chainB, thuueu
east 4<i chani, tli*;ticc bi nt Ii IW chains to the
north hue ul timber lliutl iiiiiuber 7860, thence
woat 40 ci.aiim mi llie Hue id uuOcr limit No, 7860
to point of commencement,
i>. Commencing m a poat markod "UurryMc
Intosli'a uniitli-weat uuiucr poat/' ll) clialna weal
irum tin* muii -fiint corner puht of timber Inmi
no.7861, iiieuu-j imiili luu chains, thenceeast 4u
ilmiiis, i . in -. muii it iai chains to nmlli-eaatc
ner pust ui tnuLer limit Nu- 7851, tlience west 40
chaius on l me ul timber limit No. 7WH to|ioliitol
Ciililliifllue .iii-i.l.
0- Ci.m,ni- .i in*; at ii poat marked "Hairy Mv
lniia.* in ivu-l corner post," 40 chains auat
hum p.i.-t Nu, .- and on tin* nuiili llueof timber
Imm ..o i, .iiiinci- n.ifiii lou I'li.iin-., thence east
4ti e unit. h. ii--v smiiii luu clialna to the nortli
line ,-t t.n.l.u iinnt Nu. 7851, tliuuco west40
tliams on lh,- ii.utli line uf Umbel limit No. 7851
to pomt ui commencement.
7. i oiiiii.ci,, ,nj; at a posl innrkeil "Harry Mc
luii'sir.-, tuulu-west comer p isl,' .-mil on tin- norlli
line .-I tniii ui* limit ,\n, 7851, theuce nnrtli 100
chain-,, tlience oaat 40 chains, liiciue aouth 100
chaina tu the uorlh lute ol timber limit No, 7861,
llienco weston ihu north Hue of timber limit Nu,
7861,4u cliuiua tu puint of commenoement,
6, fjoiumeuoing at a post marked "Hurry Mc-
llitoah'a auuth eaat corner puat," about Ul) chains
norlli of poal No. 7, theuce west JStKliallls, theme
north -ju chains, theme west *i) chains, llienee
iiiiiili w chains theuce weat 20 chains, theme
north -in chaina, thence west 20 chiuua, tlienc
nor.h i!0 cliuiua, theuce west 25 cliuiua, tlience
nortli I'i chains, tlienco east 105 chains, theuce
aouth [06 ohalna to point uf cnumuneemeiit.
Hated October Ibth, lWHl.
out27 By his agent li. K. mink.
Notice is hereby ui von thut 30 daya after dato
I intend to apply to tbo Chief Commissioner of
Landsaud Worki fur a special license to cut
and curry uway timber from ihe following doscribod lauds iu Hig Bend district, of West
Commencing at a post planted about 14 milo
from east bank of Columbia river, about 1J-JJ miles
beluw ltnclty Point, marked "C. F. Liudmark's
suuth-weat corner poat," tlience east HW chuina,
north 40 chaiua, west 160 chaius, soutli 40 chains
to point of commencement.
Commencing at a poat planted about J mile
from aaat bank uf Columbia river, ami about IM
milea below Bocky Point, marked "C. F. Lind-
mark's nurth-west coruer poat," thence east !0U
liains, south -it) chaina, west 100 chuina, nortli f"
chains to point of commencement.
Dated Nov. Uth, IWO.
Coinmeneing at a post planted abuut 1 mile
from sa«t bank oj Columbia river, and abuut U
mile Imlow Rocky Pnint. marked "C. F. Lind-
mark's south-west corner post," thence north 160
chains, eait 4ii chuina, south 160 chaina, west in
chaini to poiut of commencement.
Commencing: ai a post planted about l1-,
mllei from east bankof Columbia river, ami about
j milo below Bocky Point, niarked "O. F. Lind*
marks south--west eurner pout," thence north IliO
chains, east 40 chains: south 160 chains, weit 4U
chaina to puiui uf commencement.
Commencing at a post planted about t miles
from east bank of Columbia river about J mile
below Bocky Point, marked "C. F. Liudmark's
south-west coiner oust," tbenee north lOOchains,
east 40 chaina, south 160 chaina, west 40 chains to
point of commencement.
Commencing at a poet planted about -'■
miles from east bank of Columbia river and aliout
1 mile-leluwltncky Point, marked "C. F. Lind-
mark'saoiith-ivi'Bt corner post," thence north 160
chains, east lu chains, south 1C0 chains, west 40
chains to point of com meneement.
Commenciut; at a poil planted about 3
milea from east bauk of Columbia river and
about 1 mile below Rocky Point, niarked "C,
t. Undmark'ssuuth-weat corner post," thence
north 160 chains, eaat 40 • bains, south 160
chains, west 10 chains to point of comment'-
Commencingat a post planted about 34
miles from east bank of Columbia river, and
about H raile* below Kocky Point, marked "C,
F. Llndmark'i aouth*west corner post," thence
north ico chains, east 40 chains, south 160
chains, wesl io chains to pointof commence*
Dated Nov. 6tb, 1906.
nov 10 CH\S. F. LINDMARK.
nud carry nwny timber from the following
described lands:
l M. Boa ton's B, K, Corner Post, commenc.
Ingal a poat about M mile north ol Kelly creek
uml \ mile enst of hish t reek, thence nurth lftl
ehui ns. west 10 cliains. south li,0 chains, easT
in chains to pointof commencement.
i M. Beaton's H. W.( omcr Post, commenolng ata post about1, mile noi tlmi Kelt? Creek
one-hall mile east Ol Fish Creek, llieueo nurih
(Su chains, cnsl bl)cUin*>, auuth M) ehains, weal
mi chains lo puim ul ,-ommeucumeut.
•A. M. llcaioii's N. W. Corner Post, commenc
Inii at a posi aboul tnreo milea up Bnyd Creek,
ouo mile east of Dominion line, ihence iguiIi
(SO i'liains, cast 80 chalna, north SO chains, wesi
hn chains to point uf commeucemeut.
4, M. Beaton's N, W, Co; ucr Post, conimenclng at a past about our miles up Boyd Creek,
on trail two mllescast Domiuiou line, thence
sunt li so chains, cast 80 chains, north HO chains
west mi chains to point of commencement.
5, M Beaton's a IV. Corner Post, commencing at a post about three miles up Boyd creek
mu' mile casi nf Dominion line, thonco eaat 80
chains, north BO chains, west 80 chaiua, suulh
Michnins to poiut of commencement,
Nov, SU, 1900.     sat nov .1      M. HEATON,
Notice Is hereby Riven I lint 30 days after date
wo intend to aii.'ly to the Honorable the Chief
(.'omniiii'.ioner ol Lands and Works fura special
license to cut anil curry awny timber from the
followitiK rleseritii-i! Itiiuls:
1. Coniliuuiciui* ni n pi-it marked "0. B
Campbell and I. B. Kirk .-nnrtli-wc-l cor.impost, plaiitcl un Uu- enst bnnkof the north fork
of KifeCreek, 5!? miles aliove Ilu- fork.; tlience
cast 10 chains, tnt-iu-e IIU) elinins soutli. thence.
10 chnius wesl. thence lUOotmlnt north to point
of commencement.
2. Commenoll.8 at a post marked "G. B.
Ciimpbell nnd C. B Kirk's nortli cast corner
post, iilanled on the enst bank of tlie north
fork of Kile Creek, j1,. illiles nbovc the forks
thence ID chains west, thenoe 18) chains south,
thence Wi chains oust, tlience lOOchains north
lo point of commencement.
3. ConinienciiiB at a post marked "O. B.
Campbell and C. B. Kirks niirih-cast corner
post, planted on .lie enst bankof the nnrth
lork of Fit. Creek, o!, mile- above the forks:
thenco 10 chains wesl, I hence MO chains north,
Ihence 10 chains eist, thence ion chains south
io point of commencement.
1. Commencing at a post marked "(I. II.
Campbell and C. II. Kirk's south-west corner
post, planted on the cast bank of the north
fork of Fife Creek, % miles nlmve the forks;
Ihence 80 chnius easl. Ihence So chains norlli,
llionce IM elinlns wesl. thence 80 chains sou li
to point of commencement.
fl, Ciiniiiii-iiiiiiit, at a post marked 'G.ll.
Campbell and C. B. Kirk's north-west corner
post, iilanled on the west bank or the north
lurk of File Creek, 8 miles above the forks;
thence So chnlns east, thence So chains soulh,
thence 80 chain, wesl, thenee so cliains nurth
to point of commencement.
t). Comniencinit at a post marked "G.ll.
Campbell and ('. H. Kirk's south-coil corner post," planted ou the west sideof th.
nortli lork of Kll. Creek, 8 miles above lhc
forks; Ihence So clialns west, tlience SO clialns
nortli, thence SO chains east. Ihenco 80 chain*.
south t*i point of commencement.
;. Coiiini.nciiiK at . pout marked O. B.
Campbell and C. B. Kirk's south-west corner
posl. planted on th. we*t side of the north lork
of Kll. Creek, 8 miles above the forks; tlienco
lOchains easl, llienee 1'JU elinlns nnrth. thence
10 chains west, thenco 80 ehalus soulh, tlleime
10 chains west, thence It chains soulli to point
of eomiiieucenieul.
8, Coiunieiiclni nt a post uiarked ll. II.
Campbell and 0, II, Kirk's sculli-oas. corner
post'' planted ou the wesl sldeol lho north
fork ol Fife Creek, lo miles abovo the forks;
thenoe Sll chain, weal, thenee 80 chains north,
thenco 80 chain, eatl, tlience 80 chains south to
point of coniint'iieetneLt.
V, Commencing at a post marked 'U. F.
Campbell «nd l!! B. Kirk*, north-east comer
poit, planled on the wot side of the north
fork ol Fllo Crook. 10 mile, above [he lorks;
thenoe 80 chain, west, tlience 80 chains soiith,
thenco 80 ohalm cast, theuce 80 chains north to
poini of commencement.
IM.to-Mh.IM.     0Bt,AMI,„,,XL,
nor 3 Q, B, KiRK*.	
Notle. Is hereby Riven I hut 30 days alter date 1
Intend tu apply to tho Cbiel Commissioner 0
lands ami IVnrks lor a snecliil license to cut nnil
carry away limber from the liil!o»lii|t de.cr he,l
land. Situated In the Ul. Bond district oltt est
Kininieiiclng it a post marked "0, fl, I.lnil-
mark", .oulli-wesl eorner pust," planted about In
chains soulh Irum the norlli-east enrner of I.ol
1880, tlionco north 110 chains, theuco cist .0 chain.,
thenco north III clialns, thenee east M chains,
Ihenco soutli 100 ehalus, tlienc. we.t loll chain, to
pointol commencement.
Dated im . ah, limo.
no, pi CIIAH, fl. I.INDMAIIK
Notico I. Imr"!'!- ulvell that W days alter dat. I
Intend to apply lo tl"- """• H» OlllelCommlMlo""
or ol Until nud Winks Inr a special llii'ino to cut
and catty away liinlior Imm the folliiwiiui de-
,i-rlliei. lands III Wesl Kootonay tllslrli;t:
Oniiilllenellll. at » I*"""* matki'd J. I'mli-i s
north-east corner post,'' nt tlm inlllli-BiUt nim. r
ol "I'lioicas I'eaisnn's pro-thjpl Ion, (honco touth W'
chains, lliiincii wc.1 80 .'liains, tlienci' imrlli 80
chains, thence mist so chains to point nl com-
Located Ho|lt. 17th, IWO.
„o, i J, roSIHS.
Notice is boreby given that W days uftoi dato
I intond lo imply t» tlio Chief Commiasiouer of
Lands uud Works for a speciul liconsu to cut
and curry away timbor from tho following do-
scrtbuil lauds .-ituato In Kust Kootenay di.-tnet:
1. I ouinionciiig at n post plunted ou tlm
south-oust bunk of Wood Rivor about 2 milos
bolow lho west fork uud umrkod ' E. McHean's
soulh-wost coiner," thouco north 80 chain
tliuuco east HU chains, ihoneo south «t) chains,
tlience wost B0 chains to the point of commeucemeut. , .
2. CominoncuiK ut u imst | bin tod on thu
Miiitbnast bank of Woou Hivor about 2 milos
lielow tho wost fork uud inarkod "E. Uollcau's
luirth-wi'si corner," thoneo oast80 chains,ilioiico
south 80 chains, thnnco wost 80 chains, thence
north Ml chains lu iho point of commoucoinout.
U, Commend Ity at a post plumed on the
suiitb-etisi biink.ii Wood River, opposite the
mouth nf the Most fork and uiarked "l*. Mi*
Beau's norlh-west eorner," thence mouiIi 160
ebains, theuce east 40 chaina, thence tturto 160
chains, tlienco west *Ui chuilia to the point of
Dated this lytb da> of August, PAW.
I. CommencltiB at a post planled un the
uorth-wesi bauk ol Wuod itiver, just almve lhu
mouth of lhe west fork and marked "IC. McHean's south-feast corner," tlience nortli bu
clmiiis, thoneo west 80 chains, Mil-hit Miutli so
chuius, thence cast B0 chalna to ihe point of
com in ence incut.
Dated this SSOth day of August, WOO.
5. Commencing at a post planted ou llio
south-east bank ol Wood River, opposite lhc
in.mlh of tho tiesl lork and maikcd ■■ IS Mc-
Bean's south-west comer." Ihence north HO
chains, iheuce east 80 chains, theuce south 80
chaiua, thence west80 chains lo the pointof
f. Commencing at it post planted ou the
north-westbankof Wood 'Uver about 1 nile
below the mouth of the west folk and marked
"K McBean's south-east corner," ill lice nortb
IU chains, cast 40 clialna, north 40 chains, west
B0 chains, south 40 chaius. west "in chains south
40 chains, east 80 chaiua to lhe point of commencement. ,
7 Coinmeneing at a posl planted ou He
north-west bank ol Wood River aliout 1 mile
below tho west fork aud marked "E. McHean's
north-east comer," theuco south 4o chains,
thence west 40 chains, theuce south 4u chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north 4o chaius,
thence enst 40 chaina, theuce north 40 chaius,
thence eastBO chains to thc pointof commence
menl. ,
8. Commencing at a pnst planted on the
south-east bank of Wood River about 4 milts
below the west fork and niarked "E McBean's
south-west corner," thence north 160 chains,
ihenee east 40 chains, Uience soulli 160 chains,
tlience weat Ju chains t<> the pointof commencement.
Dated ibis 21st day of August. 1000.
fl. commencing at a post planted oil the
uorth-we>t bank of Wood Kiver and 2 miles
below Jump-up Creok and marked "E Me-
Beau's south-east curuer," thence easi ltio
chains, theuce norlh 41)chaiua, theuce wesi Uiu
chaius. theuco south 40 chains to the point ill
'ommencement. -   ,
10. Commencingat a post plauted on the
north-west bank ot Wood River about 2 miles
below Jump-up cnek and maiked "fi. McBean's south-east corner." thence weat 80
chains, theuce north 80 chaius, ihence east so
ohains. thencu south no chains to the point of
Dated this 22nd day of August, 1906.
nov2Jaat K. MeBEAN.
next session* for an Act, incorporating a
Company to build, equip, maintain ami
operate -i line or lines of railway oi stantl*
aril or other gunge,   with  any  kind   of
motive power from a poini on Upper Arrow
Lake, Wesl Kootenay, near Arrowheadi
llienee  following   llie    Columbia River
northerly on either side to a point at or
near the confluence of Canoe River with
thc Columbia River and thence following
along Canoe Kiver on eilher bide,  to a
point at or near Tele Jaunt* Cache, on
Fraser River,  with power to conslruet
operate and maintain branch lines to
poinl within twenty miles from the
line of railway; and Willi power to eon- nortiiNi ehains, w;i;«!s'-N)clialus,MiiiUiSUclialii-.,
struct, operate and maintain all necessary I oast SO chaini iu point of commencement,
bridges, roads, way> and ferries; and to I. *• Commencing at a post,
construct,   acquire,   own   and    maintain
scribed landa situated In iho Dig Demi district
of Wc-t Kootenay:
1. Coinnicncing at a post marked "(ins
Lund's south cn-t comer posi" planted nbout i
mile up Uoldich or One Mile freek, and about
1 mile from tho west Dank of Columbin 1,'iver,
thenco uorlh hi) uliaiua, weal Bo clmlna, soulli so
elriiiis, ea-t   BOChuilldtO   poinl of  COIlllllOllOB*
2. Cotnmoncttm at a pnsl marked "(Ins
Lund'!- south-west eorner post." planlcd ulmut 1
mile up lloldii'h or One Mile Crock, anil aboul
I mile from lhe west bank of Columbin Diver,
tlience norlh su ebains, east SO ehains, south SU
chains, we-t so chains to point of commence*
X  Commencing at a post, marked   "(Jus
mv ! Lund's soulb eiwl corner posl," planleil aboul i
..*'„ ! miles up Iloldtoll or One Mile Crock, east, bauk,
and about 2 miles from Columbia Diver, lb	
wharves and docks in connection lherewith j and lo construct, own, acquire,
equip and maintain steam and other vessels and boats and operate the same on
uny navigable waters, and to construct.
operate and maintain telegraph and telephone lines along the routes oi lhe said
railway and ils branches, or in connection
therewith, and to transmit messages for
commercial purposes; lo generate electricity and supply light, heat and power,
and erect, construct, build and inaiiiiain
the necessary buildings and works, and to
generate any kind oi power I'or the purposes aforesaid,or in connection therewith,
lor reward; and to acquire and receive
Irom any Government, corporation or persons, grants of land, money, bonuses,
privileges or other assistance in aid ol the
construction of the Company's undertaking; and to connect With and enler into
trallic or other arrangements with railway,
steamboat or oilier companies, aud to
exercise such powers as are granted by
parts 4 and 5 of the " Water Clauses
Consolidation Act"; and for all rights,
powers and privileges necessary in or
incidental lo the premises, and for other
Dated al Revelstoke, B.C., this 31st day
of August, 1906.
Solicitors for the Applicants.
I. Commencing at a post marked "(ins
I.null's suulh west corner post,' planted aboul 2
miles up Holdichor Unc Mile Creek, cast bank,
und aboul2 miles from Columbia river, ihence
north so chains, east 80 chains, soul h hu chalna,
west 80chains to point of commencement.
Located Oct, Stat, 1000,
nov 3 tll'S LCNII.
Notice is hereby given that thirty days after
date we intend to apply to the Hon. Chici Commissioner of Lands and Works for special licenses to cut and carry away limber from the
following described lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted about \\
mile north of Kelly Creek, 4 mile oaat of iish
Creek, theuce eaat 80 chains, sooth 80 chains,
west 80 chains, nortb 80 chaina to poiut of cummeucement.
2. Bowman Lumber Company's north-west
corner post, commencing at a post about two
miles up Boyd Creek at the Dominion line post
thence south 80 chaiua, east 80 chains, north 80
chains, west 80 chains to point of commencement. ,
3. Bowman Lumber Company s south-east
coruer post, commencing at a post about two
miles up Boyd Croek, at Domiuiou line; theuce
uorth Bo chains west 80 chains, south 80 chain.-,
east 80 chaius to point of commencement.
4. Bowman Lumbor Compuuy's uorth-oast
corner post, commouciug at a post about three
miles up Boyd Oreok and one mile etfst of Dominion lino; thenco south SU chains, west SO
chaius, north 80 chains-, cast-su chaius to point
of commeucemeut.
0. Bowman Lumbor Company s south-west
corner [Mist, commeueiug ut u post alwut two
miles up Boyd Croek, at Domiuiou line post;
theuco uortli 80 chains, oast 80 chains, south SO
chaius, west 80 chains to poiut of commence*
mout. ,
6. Commencing at a post planled on the
south-east cornerof Timber Berth No. 306,ou
Fish Crook; thonce north 100 chains, east 40
chaius, south lOOchains, wost 40chaius to point
of commoncomont.
Datod Nov. 21st, 19C0.
nov 2J sat     Bowman Luhuek Co., Ltd.
Notico is hereby given that 30 days after date
I intend to apply to tho Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for special licenses
to cut and carry uway timber from the following described lauds situated In tho Big Bend
District of West Kootoi.ay;
1. Commencing ut a post marked "K. W.
Davis' south-west corner post," planted one
mile west from the north-east cornerof T.L.
0707, thence north 80 ohains, cast 80 chains,
soulli SO chaius, weat SO chains to point of commenci* in cut.
Dated Nov. 2nd, 1906,
2. Commencing at a post marked "K. W.
Davis' south-cast corner post," planted at the
south-west corner of location No. 1, thonce
north SO chains, west 80 chains, south 80 chains,
east 80 chains to point of commencement.
3. Commencing ut a post marked "h\ W.
Davis' southeast corner post," planted at tho
nortli west corner of T. L. 6797, thence north 80
ohalna, wo^t 80 chains, south SO chains, east m
clialns to point of commencement.
Dated Nov. 3rd, 1000.
4. Conimenclng at a post marked "F. W,
Davl-.'north-east corner post," planted at tho
nnrili-wcst corner of T.L. 0797, thenco south 10
chain*, west 160 chains, north40chains, east 16'i
ehnins to point of commencement.
fi, Commencing at a post marked "F. W;
Davis'south-west comer post," planted atthe
north-west coruer of said location No. 3, thence
north 80 chains, cast SO chaina, south 80 chains,
west 80 chains to point of commencement.
Dated Nov. 4th, 1906.
nov 10 Per Gus Lund, Agont.
Notice is heroby given that 60 day. altor date
we intond to apply to the Hon. Cliief t'niiiini*-
sioner ol Lauds and Works Ior permission to
purchase the following described lands in the
distriot of West Kootenay:
L'ommeuoiug at a post plauted 20 chaius tost
from the north-east coruer ol Lot 1,919, and
niarked "Big Bend Lumber Company's southwest comer po9t," thence north 60 chaius;
thenceeast 10 chains; thence south 65 chains,
more or less, to the lake shore; thence west
along shore to south-east corner ol Lot 4,919;
thonce north 7 chains to north-east cornerof
Lot 1,919; thence west 20 chains to pointol
Dated October Snd, 1906.
out 6 Bio Bend Lumber Co,, Ltd.
The Pingston Creok Lumber Oompany, Limited, has gone Into voluntary liquidation under the above Aot
and ha. appointed .lohn II. Jaukson,
of the oity of Revelstoke. B. I!., uc-
lotintant, Its liqnldaloi for the purposo
of such winding-up.
The creditors of the above Company,
whicli has Un bead offlce In said city of
ReveUtoke, und nil others bavlqg any
cluinia against aaid Company are required, ou ni- before the 1st duy of
January, 11KJ7, to send lo Harvey, Mo-
Carter « I'inkliuni, solicitor, for suid
liquidator, at tlielr office Plrsl Street,
Kevolslokc, H.C, *Jie)r niunes and
addresses nnd descriptions, nnd tlu-
full partioulirs nl tli.-ir ,-laiins m- debt.
vci-llli'il by until mul I he nature and
amount nf thesoc.ii'ltlca, Ifnny, held
by them am' lhe Bpeolned value of
...ch seoui'ltlos, and, if so required by
notice lu writing from b.iI.1 liquidator
in- bis si'l'niliii-s, tu nnni* iu unit prove
their said debt, or claims In the usual
way, at snub Iiinn and pim:.' us sbnll
Ih< spi'nilii'il in such notice.
After tlm llrsl dny of January, 1007,
lho suid liquidator will primral io distribute llm asset, nf the Company
amongst the parties entitled thereto,
having regard only to Hie clnlnis of
which lui then bus hml notice, nnd tin-
liquidator will nut llit-n bc liable fur
the usauts or any part thereof so distributed, to any pel-son nf whose claim
he bud not notice at the time of the
distribution thereof.
Duted this 2lt.li day of November,
nov 21 sut mhl Liquidator.
Notice Is boreby given lhat sixty days after
dale I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Work* lor permission
lo purchaie ihe following demribed lands In
tho district ot West Kootenay:
CommeiiciiiK at n [mst mnrkod "llorbort Bod-
forn's uorth-wost coruer post," and plantod on
the oust bank of tho Columbia river, ahout four
miles south uf Nakusp; thonco oast lOchains,
Ihence south lu chains, thouco WMt lOchains.
thouce north 40 clutus to poinl of commencement, coutaiuiiiK Imi acres more or loss
Dntod tbo Mb September, A.D-, 1900.
oot 30 HKBBljKTtUtDFEHN.
Notice is hereby given that-QO days afterdate
I intend to apply to the Bonoranle the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following described lands
in West Kootenay District:
Beginning at a post marked "Margaret Hammond's south-west corner." and planted on
the east shore of Upper Arrow Lake, about one
mile soulh of Cape Horn; thence north SO
chains, thence wesi 4U]ehains, more or less, to
the shore ot Arrow Lake, thence following the
lake snore Iu a general southerly and easterly
direction 80 chaius, more or less, to point of
commencement; containing 320 acres, more or
Dated this 1st day of October, 1906.
oct 10        MAKUARKT HAMMOND,
liy F. L. Hammond, Agent.
VTOTICE Is hereby givon that, 60 days after
i\ date, I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Landsaud Works for permission
to purchase tho followiug described lauds
situated in Caribou district. H ('.:
Commencing at a post marked "Alexander
McLaren's south-east corner post," planted
about -Ja) chains westof trail running through
Starvation Flats in a southerly direction from
Tete Jaune Cache, running north SO ehains,
thenee ivust SO chains, thence south SO chaius,
thence east SO chains to point of commencement,
Dated this 9th day of November. 1000,
nuv 17       ALEXANDER .dc! ARFN,
afterdate! intend to apply to the Hon. Chief
Commissioner of Lauds anl Works fur poitiiissUni
to pnrcham- ihe following described lands situato
In Cariboo district, B. C;
Commeueiug at a post marked "(ieorgoH,
Biixcit's north-east corner post," planted
almnt'.Ai clialns west of trail running through
Starvation Flats In a southerly direction from
'fete Jaune Cache, running west SOohains,
thence south SU chains, theuce eastSJ chains,
iiim.■!■ imiili tin 'Inini*- tn puna of commence-
Muled '-ili day of November, 1006.
I1QV17     OKI)'OK H. nirtBKTT, LocBtor.
Certificate of Improvement*.
Silver Bell aud Laurel Mineral Clilms, -iinaio
iu the lllecillewaol Mining Division of Kooteuay District.
Whore locatod :-Three-ij,uftrters of a milo east
id illecillewaet
Take notice Ibat I, J. A. Kirk, acting as agent
fur Juhn Newell, Free Miner's Certificate No,
II.flS-V.il; O. Robert Dahl, Free Miner's Certifl-
cute No. B. MC-ini; and Qaurye W. Jeffs, Free
Minor's Certillcute No, B. Mm intend, sixty
days from the dule hereof, tu apply to the Mining Recorder for u Cerlilicate of Improvements,
for the purpose of obtaining! Crown Urant of
the above cluim.
Aud further take notice thataction, under
section 37, must be commenced  before thu
issuance of **uch Cortiflcato of Improvements.
Dated this 30lh day of September, A.D.,ltHW
oct 20 J. A. KIRK.
\j OTICK is hereby given thai 8o days after date
i> I intend to apply lo Uio Hon. lhe Chief
Commissioner of Lands am) Works for a special
License to cut ami carry away limber from the
following described lands In Went Koiilenay His
CommeuchiK nt a |»st marked ' T. Kilpntrick's nnrili-ea-1 corner post." planted on north
onss arm of Upper Arrow I u«o,,about 2 chains
westof the north-west corner of Lot No. 60S,
theuce soutli so chaius, west BO chuius, north 6(1
chains,',oast SOohatflS to pointof commoncement
Dated Nov. 1st, 1W6.
Good, sound, No. 3 Apples at
860. [ier box, 1. 0. li. Vernon,
Nolice is heroby given thai 60 days
after dule I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner o\ Lands & Works for permission 10 purchase the following desenb*
ed Unds, situatod in ilu* West Koolruny
district on lhe wesl sideof Upper Arrow
Lake in the Foul lull Valley 1
Commencing al a post marked "T. S.
McPherson's south-wesl eorner post,'1
planled nl the north-wesl corner oi Lot
862) thence north Ho chains, thenee easl
Ho ehuins, (hence 'south Ho ehuins, ihenco
wesl So ehains to point of commencemeni,
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located 23rd day ol November, iqo6,
nov 28 wed     T. S. MePHKUSON.
Notice is hereby given thntflO days
after date 1 intend tn apply to Ilu-
Chief Oommlssloner of Lands nud
Works for permission lo purchase
hundred und forty aores of land lyiiiu
in the Posthall Valloy nn the west sld
of Upper Arrow Lake, described ns
Commencingat a post marked "William Harlow's north-east corner post,"
planled 140 chains westof Lot 157(1,
Broup 1, Kootenny; Ihence west 811
chains, tlu'nce south 81) ehnins, thence
pnsl SI) cbnins, thence north 80 chains
to tlie plnce of commencement, con-
tiiiniii|i! 840 ncres, more or less,
Dnted Ibis 21th day nf November,
nov 28 wed  Per T. S. MePherson.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
after date I intend lo apply to llie Chief
Commissioner of Lands & Works for permission to purchase three hundred and
twenty acres of land lying in the Fosthall
Valley on the west side of Upper Arrow
Lake, described as follows:
Commencing at a post mnrked ''Robert
Abbie's north-east corner posl," planted
at the norlh-west corner oi Lot H62,
Group 1, Kootenay; thenee 80 chains
west, thence 40 chains south, ihenee 80
chains east, thence 40 ehains nortli to the
point of commencemeni, containing 320
acres, more or less.
Dated the 23rd day of November, 190G,
nov 28 wed        Per T. S. McPerson.
Notice is hereby given that 00 days
after date 1 intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lnmls &
Works for permission to purchase six
hundred and forty acres of land lying
in tbe Fosthall Valley on the west
side of Upper Arrow Lake, descrilied
as follows:
Commencing ut a post niarked "11
Harlow s north-east coiner post,'
plunted 140 chains west of Lot 1570,
Group 1, Kootenay; thence west 80
chains, tlience south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence nurih 80 chains
to tlie place of commencement, con
taining 040 acres, mure or less.
Dated this 24th day of November.
nov 28 wed   PerT. 8. McPhersou.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
after dale 1 intend lo apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands Si Works for permission lo purchase six hundred and forty
acres of land lying in lhe Fosthall Valley
on the wesl side of Upper Arrow Lake,
described as follows:
Coinmeneing ai a post marked "Frederick Washburne'ssouth-east coiner posi,''
planled Ho ebains wesl of the norlh-west
corner of Lot S62, Group 1, Kootenay 1
thenee north Ho chains, thenee west Ho
Chaini, thence south Ho chains, thence
easi 80 chains lo the place 01 commence*
menl, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated ihis 23rd day oi November. mjoO,
nov 2H wed       Per T, S. MePherson.
Notice is hereby given lhat thirty days
fter date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
special license to cui and carry away
timber horn the following described lands
situated In the Ossoyos Division of Yale
Dislricl :
Commencing al a post planled near Ihe
northern boundary of timber limit No.
7685, about 80 chains from the north-wesl
cornerof same; Ihence north 60 chains;
tnence easl 160 cliains; thence soulli jo
chains to lhe north-east conier ol limber
limil 76H4; theuce wesl Ho chains along
said boundary to the north-west corner of
sann ; thence south 40 chains along the
western boundary ol limber limit 7OH4 lo
ihe norlh-easl eoruer ol timber limil 7685;
theuce west 80 chains along Ihe northern
boundary of said limit "($5 lo point of
Dated Ihls 28th day of Sopt, I906.
nov 14 J. B. MCKENZIE.
NOTICE Ih hereby given that 00 day* ufler
dale 1 Intend toapply lot lie Honourable
the Chief Com missioner of I .and-, and Works
for permission to purchu«i the following described landa in Caribou districl, B.C.:
Commencing ain post inarked "William Kellie's north-west comer posl," plantod about mi
chains weBt of trail minimi: ihrough starvation Mali in a southerly dlreclioii from Tele
Jaune Cache, running enst «\\ chains, thenco
soulh Hi 1 chains, tlience west HI) chains, liionco
north so chains to point uh-ommcufcuicut.
Bated Oth day of November, liuni,
nov IT WILLIAM KKI.LIK, l-ocator-
Notice Is hereby given that 00 days altor dale
I Intend lo make application to the Chief Commissioner of Lauds ik Works for normlsslon to
purchase lhe followiug described land situate
In Caribou district, Il.C:
Commeuelng ala post mnrked "J.M, Keltic's
south-west cnriiM* post," planlcd 011 lho south
bankof Fraser River near Tele Jaune Cache,
running north HO chains, theuce cast Hi) chains,
theuce soulh Ht) chains, Iheuce west 00 chains
to point of commencement,
Dated this 10th day ol November, 1U00.
nov 17 J. M. KiaLIK, Locator.
PieatiB mry Smoker  the
Canada 1 |
Phovinch of British Columbia, i
No, 362.
''Lamb-Watson Lumber Company, Limit*
ed," is authorised and licensed to carry on
business within the Province of British
Columbia, and lo carry out or effect all or
any of the objects oi the Company lo
which the legislative authority of lhe legislature ol British Columbia extends.
The head office of lhe Company is situ-
ale in the Cily of Winnipeg, in the Province of Manitoba.
Thn amount ol lhe capital of lhe Company is eight hundred and fifty thousand
dollars, divided into eiglil thousand live
hundred slimes oi ow hundred dollars
The head olliee oi (he Company iu Ihis
Province is situate al Arrowhead, and
Olio Lacbnumdi lumberman, whose address is Arrowhead, is lhe attorney for
llv Company.
Given under my hand ami seal of olliee
al Victoria, Province ol British Columbin
this 51I1 day of November, one thousand
nine hundred and six,
[l.8.1        S. V. WOOTTON,
Registrar ol Joint Stock Compaui
The objects for which thc Company has
been established and licensed are:—
To manufacture, buy, sell and deal iu
logs, limber, lumber, shingles, fuel, pulp,
sashes, doors, boxes, lies and all articles
manufactured from wood, and iu all kind*
of building material nud building supplies
including lumber, stone, brick, tile,
cement, marble, tools, Implements and
machinery; io acquire, hold, purchase
lease, sell, mortgage, operate, conduct
manage and dispose oi saw-mills, planing
mills, houses, buildings, factories, wharve
docks, stone quarries, brick-yards, coal
mines, peal beds, clay and plaster beds,
limber limits and real and personal pro*
perly of all kinds; to earry on the business
of contractors and builders iu al ils
branches; to own, operate, conduct and
manage stores, magazines aud all other
places for storing, selling and disposing
of goods eilher to employees oi the Company or to lhe public generally, or bolhj to
acquire, conslruet, operate, purchase,
lease and hold on the properly of lhe
Company convenient tramways and logging railways; also lo have ami acquire
steamboats lor the purposes of the Company, and to charge and collect tolls for
freight and passengers carried thereon; to
act as agents for other persons, firms or
corporations; to acquire and hold shares
in the capital stock of other companies
engaged in a similar business; lo amalgamate with any other companies pursuing
the like or similar objects, and generally
lo earry on any other business and to do
all acts and things necessary or convenient for the carrying on of any of lhe above
businesses or operations, or calculated,
directly or indirectly, to enhance the value
of the Company's property or rights,
nov 14
Commencing ftt a pust plant.-.Un the *A.*.-.t bank
of the Columbia River about half a mile below
Meat Raplda arid marked **w. ll Sutimrland'i
Horth-wuat corner port,' tlience suuth 20 chalna,
Lheniji)caat 10 chains more or lesfl to the nut bank
of tho Columbia Ulver; thence In a north-westerli
direction and following the weit bank <-f the ('<•)■
iimiiia Itiver tu the point of commencement.
Dated this UKli.lay uf October. 1000.
octal W. 11. SUTHERLAND.
Notice Is hereby given that 80 days after dale
1 Intend to apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of
Lands and WorkB for a speciul license to cut
and carry away timber from thc following
described lands situated In Lillooet district:
Commencing at a post marked "A. Mc-
Counell's north-east corner, Limit No. fi,"
plauted on cast bankof Upper Adams Kiver,
ubuut four miles from mouth, running 80
chains wust, 80 chains south, 80 chains east, SO
chains north to place of commencement,
6. Commencing at a postmarked "A. Mc-
Connell's soulb-east corner, Limit No. 0,"
planled on east bank uf Upp"r Adams River,
about four miles from mouth, running 160
cbnins north, 411 chains west. 1G0 chains south,
■iu chaius east to place of commencement.
0\. Commencing at a post marked "A. Mc-
Connell's noith-cast corner, Limit No. 0),"
planted on east bank of Upper Adams River,
about 17 miles from mouth, running 40 chains
west, 160 chains south, 4u chains east, 160
chains north to place of commencement,
7. Commeuelng at a postmarked "A.Mc*
Connell's south-west corner, Limit No. 7,"
plnnted on west bank of Upper Adams River,
about 18 miles from mouth, running 80chains
east, 80 chains north, 80 chains west, 80 chains
south to place of commencement,
8. Commencing at a postmarked "A. Mc-
Connell's north-west comer, Limit No. 8,"
planted on east bunk of I'pper Adams kiver,
about one mile above outlet of Mica Lake, running 8u chains south, 80 chains cast. 80 chafns
north, 80 chaius west to place of commencement.
V Commeuelng at a post niarked "A. Mc*
Connell's north-east corner, Limit No. 9,"
planted on south bauk of Harbor Creek, about
2 miles from mouth, running SOchains west, 80
chains south, 8U chains east, HO chains nurth to
place of commencement,
10. Commenolng at a postmarked "A, Mc*
Connell's north-west corner, Limit No. Hi,"
plunted on east bauk of cpper Adams Kiver al
outlet of Mica Lake, running 80 chains south
tu chains cast, 80 chains north, Hi) chains west
lo placu of cummeucement,
11, Commencing at a post inarked "A, Mc*
Connell's north-easl corner, Limit No, 11,"
planted on wesl bankof a small unnamed
creek, tributary to Heaver creek, tbe feeder of
Mit-a Lake, running Hil chains west, 8t) chains
souih, 80 chains casi. 80 chains uorlh tu place
of commencement,
limed Nov. Utli, 1000.
Notico is hereby giveu thut 'Mi days aflor date
1 intend to upply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Wurks for a special license
to cut uud carry away timber from the followiug described lauds iu Kauiluops district:
Coinmeiit'ing at a post planted on thc oust
baok of Adams Rivor abmitoighl miles above
Adams Lake uml inarked "U. A. Latumon.'
south-east corner post," tlieticn mirth HO chains
tlionco wost 80 chains, theuco south SOeluiluB,
tlientte eusUti chains in point id cotniiioiicuuiDiit-
Duted Gill Novmnbor, l'.KDi.
nuv 14 GEO. A. LAMMKRS.
Notice is hereby -given that thirty daya alter
date I intend lu apply tn the Chief Cummin
sioner of Lauds and works fora special llceuse
lo cut and carry away Umber from the follow-
Ingdescrlbcd lauds lu West Kootenay District:
1, Commencing at a post planted at iliesoiith-
est cornur of Roblusili's land purchase and
marked "W, O. Behult*o'l smith-east corner post,'1
tlience 40 chains north, thciicti lun elialm- west,
llieueo i" chains louth, lliciicu ion chains cant
aloui; lake ahoro to place uf cnuimeiii'uuimil.
Dated Nov. mil, Iihhj.
t CouummciiiK ata post planled about |( mllen
ua.it of T, L, 8110,011 uorth-oast arm of Arrow
Lake, und marked "VV, O. HcllullZti's liorlh-wost
uriier post," tlience HU cliains south, thence su
ihalllB uasl, theuce su chains north, tlience so
'halns weat along lake shore lo place of cotn-
Doted Nov. lllth, won.
nov 14 I'er W. !•'. Ogdvlu, agent.
NOTICE IH IIKBKBY UlVKU that sixty days
afterdate I Iutond to apply to thu Hon. Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Wurks for permission
to purchase the following desciibeil I'inda In thu
Wust KooLuuay district:
Commonolng ata post iilanled nu the wust side
l nnrlh-uast arm of Arrowhead Lake,! of a mih-
from Rock If lull, marked "R, E, MeK-'asoiilli-uast
1 iriiij! post," (huuee Jin chains north, Ihence SO
halns west, thunce un chains suuth, UiciicebU
iliaiim east along hike shore to point of commencement,
Daled Nov. lllth, 1000.
nov 14 MRK. R. K. McKITItlCK.
Ohio  1
OTICK Is   hcielij* given thai nil day- aflci
date I intend to apply (0 the Hon. the
 ' Commissioner of lunils and Works for
lormlHsion to purchase the following dtworibod
lands, situated iu West Knoleimy, on the east
shore of I'pper Arrow Lake:
Commencing nt a nosl, adjoining T, L. i78o«n I
thu nnrlh side ami markod "L. A. Dowar'-*;
norlb-wcMt cumor," thenco easl.   80 ch ilns '■
thonco south JW chain*, Ilieucc west 80 chulm-
lnorc or less to the cast shore of Upper Arrow
Ijnko, thonco norlh following tho shore of said
luko -SOchains In the point or commencement.
Dated Oot. 10l.li. 1000.
oci 21 L. A, DEW Alt
Notice   is   hereby given thai  60 days
IVom date I intend to apply to the Chief
1 Commissioner of Lands and  Works at
■ Victoria, B.C., iov purchase of following
(described lands in Lillooet district:
;   Commencing al a posi maiked "J. P.
i Shaw's   north-west  conier,''   planted on
! west side of Upper Adams river, about 2
iniles from head oi Adams lake, running
Ho chains soulh, So chains easl, So chaini
north, Ho chains west, containing abont
(>4o acres,
Daled Nov. uth, 1906,
nov 14 J. P. SHAW
llie partnership heretofore existing tu--
tweon I'ercy ScIioIl-s, W. E. Edwards mul
1-". \V. Worsnup, nil of Comaplix, lias
been dissolved and all business will in
future lie carried on in lhe names ol \V,
K. Edwards ami 1-*. \V. Worsnup-
Dated this 131I1 November, 1906.
nov 14 41 F. W. WORSNUP,
Nnl In- is hereby given thai UOdavi after date 1
iuieml In apply to the Uut ruble tin* Chief Commissioner ui Lauds and Works for periuuwlnn tn
purchase tho following described landa In the dli
trlct of Weat Kootenay, Rovelstoke division:-
Coiumeiiclngatapuat plantod on the west bank
uf the Columbia Hivur opposite lS*MUe Rapldi
and marked "K- C McCarter's southeast corner
pusl," thunce ivesl "JU chains, thence northtt
chains, thenceeast 20 chain*, mure m lo*u to the
weat bank <>f the Columbia River, thenca south
following lhe west bank uf: he Columbia RlverSO
chains inure or less to the pointof commencement.
Dated October 19th, 1900.
Notice is hereby given that IW days after date
I intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands ilud Works for permission lo purchase
the following described lands iu West, Kootenny, ou Lho cast shore of Upper Arrow ljikr:
Commencing at a post adjoining T, L. 5108
on tho south-west corner and marked "I).
Dowar's north-west comer post," thenceeast
80 chains, tnence south 8u chains, thence west
80 chains more or less to the shore of said lake
thenco north along the cast shore of said lake
80 chains lo tho point of commencement.
Datod Oct. 10th, 1906.
net il D. DKWAR.
Nolice la hereby given that 30 days afler date
I intend to apply lu the Chief Commisslouei
of Lauds and Works lor a special license to cut
and carry away timber from the following
described lands in the district of West Kootenay:
Commencing at a postmarked "L. H. Kramer's north-west comer," and planted labout 2
miles south uf St. Loou ou tbe east side of Upper Arrow Lako about one mile from the shore;
tiience east 40 chains, thence south 160 chains,
thenco west 40 chains, thence north 100 chains
tu the point of commencement-
Dated this Oth day of October, 1906.
nov? LE, FRASER,
Notice is hereby given tbat 30 days alter date
1 Intend to apply to the Chlel Commiulonur
of Lauds and Worka for a ipeclal license to cut
and carry away timber from the following
described lands-situated about a half mile
west of the Upper Arrow Lake, and across tbe
lake from Nakusp, B.C., In the dlstrictof
West Kootenay:
1. Commencing at a post marked "Hli
Lcgossy's south-east corner post." running
west 8U ohains, tlience north 80 chaius, thenee
cast 8V chains, thence south 80 chains to point
of commencement.
i. Commencing at a [Hist planted at the
south-easl comer of No. 1 timber limit and
marked "Eli Leg-assy's north-west corner post,"
running east 80 chains, thenco auuth 80 chains,
thence wost 80 chains, thenco north 80 chains
to point of commencement.
3. Commencing at a post planted at tho
iijrth-west corner of timber limit No. 2 and
marked "Kii Lega-ssy's south-west corner post."
running north 80 cliains, thence east 80 chains,
thenco aouth 80 chains, thenco west 80 chains
to point of commencement.
Located Sept, 20th, 1006.
oct 31 K, Provost, Agent.
Notice Is herebv given that 30days after date
1 Intend toapply to the Chief Commissioner of
Landsaud Works fora special license tu cut
and carry away timber from the following
described landa situate in the Yale district;
Commencing ut a post marked "S. Hill's
south-east corner post." planted about oue
mile east of the Shuswap river, about fi mile.*
nortli of Cherry Creek, thouce north 60 chains,
thenoe west 80 ehuins, thonce M>uth 8U chains,
thence oast 80 chains to imiut of commencement
Dated October 25th, 1906.
nov 7 S  HILL
Notice is hereby given thai 60days afterdate I
Intend to apply'tu lhe Chief Commtffilonoi of
Lauds ami Works for permission to purchase the
ollowing described lands in Caril llstrlct:
Coinnieiiciiig at a posi marked "W. H. Olive's
south-oostcorner post,' planted mi trail leading
from Nurih Thompson Rivet to Veliowhaad Pass
and about 6 miles hi a northerly direction from
Cranberry Lake, running north su chain*, thenee
west 40 chains, ilimice south on ebains, thenca east
lu chains lo point uf commencement.
Dated lUh day of November, 1W0.
imvBl W. ll- OLIVB, Locator.
Nolice is hereby given that nu .lavs after 'late I
inteud to apply to the Chief I'onimlMloner of
Lands nud w urks fur a special license to cut and
carry away limber Irum the folluwing dtsi-rilifd
landi situated in the districl of West Kooteuay:
1. Commencing at a post planted about 2ihj
yards si .uth of tlio Ten (10) Mile 'fret, Big Bend
trail, and marked "George lAforme's south-west
corner pest," running tast hiu chftloi, thence
norlh 40 chains,thence west KIO chain-.. Uience
south 10 chains to pointof commenoement,
8, Cunimeiii'hig at a post planted al«nlti»
yards south of the Ton (iuj Mile Tree, Big Rend
trail and marked "-uet-rn* Uforme'inorth-weal
comer pust, running east USO" liains, thence south
•ni chains, thence nest ion chums, thence nortli (0
'hains to point of lomueneeiutut.
Dated Utltll day of October, I.f*
:t. Conimenclng at .-*. pusl planted about une
and "in* h.ill (I't) miles nurth ul No, I pust ami
marked "(leurge Laforme's south wet cornel
post," thenco cast so clialna, ili.*uce north *'■
cliains, thence west B0 chains, tnenfte lottthuo
chains to point of commencement.
Dated Brd Nov. 1000.
GBO. LAHiltMK, Locater.
Nolle, l. I.areby arlTen Um. no d.y.Ironi .l.u-1
lllti'llillin.liplylu Ell. Uolionl.lu tlie 1 liiul I uill-
hum i i-l Liiul,.nnl  IV.ik. fut iienllia-tiMll In
UUnillU.  till. Milium,;   -l--i'llli*-il   mini*   '"  Ul«
Hi-*i   ..iiiituiia)   Ui.tn.-l:
i mu in mn nt . |Ki.t lu.rkod "L. r. Mc-
Iioiii;h|iI'« loi.th-wtil i'oni«r," |i!.nteiJ ou ib.
.•,..i-i.i....l U|.|ior Arrow Uke, Imil«» uoiitiul
Niik.i-|.. III , llmiii-e iiMtlii m i-linin*. liii-ii'--
out lin-ll.lll*, lliom o iimiIj j-.i rllKllli, llllllll'
.-nil In i'Ii.Ius, Ilniu i- .uiiiii 00 cll.iUl, moro or
Ji-hh, in Arrow Lite, theueo we.lwanl 80 oh.lni,
niun- or Ion, oliiuii llie Arrow Lke lo point ol
i im iicewio.il. nouululii. 2oo .ere. iooi. or
Im-i-l .lit. null On) ol Uolobtr, luu).
out ii i., K, youuuuAi.ii.
Notice it, lii-rob)- (riven lh»t6odayi
alii-, date I intend to apply lo ilm Chlel
Commission..* of Lands and Work, lor
permission lo purchase six hundred and
Inin acres of land lying In th.- Fosthall
Valloy on !hc west .Idc of Upper Arrow
Lake, described as follows!
Commencing al a pus. marked "Ru.-
sell Nlohol's south-oatl cornor post,'
planted al llie norlh-wvst i-oi-ni'i ol Lot
Ho.!, Group i, Kootenay, Ihence norihSo
chains, thence wesl 8o chains, Ihence
soulli Ho chains, thence cast Ho chains iii
the place of commencement, containing
640 acrtis, more or loss.
Dated ihis iyil day of November, moti.
nov 1$ wed      I'er 1*. S, McPhersou.
Imi*f* in Wast Ktx.lei.il) Di*trict;
Coiiinieiiciu.- ..t .i im-i iilootetl mi Uie imrlli
*ii!enf Iinwnio 'reek, .bout one-fourth of a
mile south o! ibeDowui.. reek Trail, noai Uio
•JJySdile post, iiiiiI marked "U. 11. Nagfe*. -niitt,.
o.i-t corner post," thence north U rhaiiu,
thenoe west ltta chains, theuce *iuth lOi-iutiDs,
tlieuce oust [60 cbalai to tlie l-iint uf com-
liiitoi! Uii- lllh (lay ..f September. 1906.
our 7 (J. U. NAliLE.
Notice is hereby given tbat So days after date I
Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works fur a special license t^. cut ami
carry away timber frum the followinadeserlbed
lands situato] un Cariboo Hut tb»utThree miles
east ol Upper Adams Hirer, Lillooel district, B.C.
I. Commencing at a postmarked "A. McCon*
nell's north-east comer Limit, No. t,"running 60
chains west, 80 chains smith, 80 chaini east, 80
chains nnrth to place of commencement.
■i. Commeneing at a postmarked "A. McConneH's smith■■•-i.-.t eurner. Limit Nu. 2" running80
chains north, 80 chains west, -mi chains south, 80
ehains cast t" place of commencement.
::. Commencingat a post marked "A. McConneH's north-east comer, Limit Nu. a," running su
»*»«.sl, Mi chains loutfl, wj ehaiiis east, BO
cliains nortli tu place of commencement,
4.  Commencing at a post marked ''&. McCon-
nells south-west comer, Limit N'o, i," running BO
chains vast, nj chains north, 8u chains weit, 80
cliains south to place of commencement.
Dated Not. 9th, ivog.
Notice is hereby gn-eu that SO day. .fler ilal.
1 luleiid io .Dpi; lo tbe Chlel Commlnioo-ir ol
Lnmls nnd « orki for a .,,Ml. 1 license to cut
.ml otrry limber Irom ib» lollowing dMerlbed
land. .Ito.ica In West Kootenai Jfruiei:
8. romineneinK at a j*ssl marked "On.
Lund*, south-west corner post," planted ai the
uorth-wesi corners! Timber Limit I..MI. thence
north .o chains, i-n*i 100 nhslin. ,„uili lu
chain., wc.*i iijj ehalm to i-ntm ol commencement,
Haled Kept, bib, lsou,
W. (Joinmcnolng ai a poil marked '-lius
i.mid, north-east eorner poil," at lhe north*
west comer of Timber Limit tuna, theuce soiiib
B0 Chains, ise,sl ,u c-limna. einii.i llic-baitis, west
io clialns, nurth so chains,easl 10chains, norib
•rn cnains, east .u chains t„ point „f commencement.
Haled Sepl. ilrd, 1'JOO.
oetSl ..US I UND,
Nolice is hereby given that 00 days
from date I intend lo apply lo the Chief
Commissioner of Unds aiid Works at
Victoria, B.C., for purchase of following
described lands in Lillooel districl:
Commencing at a posl maiked "T. Kll-
Patrick's norlh-west corner," situated
aboul 1 mile Irom wesl bank ol Upper
Adams river and lwo and a half miles from
head ol Adams lake, running 40 chains
soulli, 80 chains easl, 40 chains north, 80
chains wesl, containing 320'acres more or
Dated Nov. 12II1, 10,06,
Nolice is hereby given that mi days aftor dato
we Intend to applv tothe Chief Commissioner of
Linda and \V orks fur permission to cut and
carry away timber from the following described hinds situate in West Kootenay district:
C uiiinci'ciiig at a post planted m chains north
f the north-east comer of Lot 7587 ami marked
Lauib-Watson Lumber Co.'s northwest curuer,"
thence 8i) chains suuth, thunce &0 chains cost,
thenee 80 chaiib north, Ibeuce bO chains weet to
puint of commencement,
Located October 17th, 1W6.
Arrowhead, 11. C, Oct.86th, iwo, oct 31
VJOTH'E IS HKltKBY UIVKN tlm. thirty
ll daye after date 1 intend to apply to ihs
Chief Commissioner of Lund* and Works tor a
special license lu cut and carry away timber
frum lhe following described lauds situated
iu the dUrict of \\ est Kooteuay:
1, Commencing ai a post marked -'Alex. Mc*
Crae's north-west comer, planted on the llammil
Creek trail, alwut Is miles from Argcnta. ruuniug
east 10U Chains, theuce south 40 chains, thence
west l*i cliains, thence north 4U chains to placed
emu meneement.
2. Commencing at a po*i marked "Ales:. Mo-
Crae's northwest corner," planted on the Hani-
mil Creek trail, about 10 miles from Amenta,
running coat leo chains, thence south 40 chains.
thence west 100 ohains, tbenee north 40 chains
to point of commencement,
:*, Commencing at a po-t inarked "Alex.
Met'rae-* north-emit corner," planted on tbe
Hamuli! Creek trail, about 10 iniles from Argcnta, running west lOuchalne, thence south 10
chains, thenee wist U>> chains, tlience nurth 40
chains to point uf commencement.
Dated October lBth. 1906.
oct3l A. Mcl'ltAK.
Notice Is hereby given that thirty days after
late I intend to apply to the Honorable Chief
CotnmiStiouer Of Land-and Work- for a special
license io cut and carry away timber from the
following described lauds In West Kootenay
Commencing at a post planted I! miles up Big
Creek, on north .ide of treelt, and m.rknl "Bob*
irt Armstrong's south west corner," thence east 80
liains. theme nurth &> chains, thunce west 60
chains, thence south 80 chains to point of coin-
Dated Sept. loth, um;.
Certificate of Improvements.
Biver Evden Mineral Claim, situate in the Hie*
clllcwael Milling Division »f Kootenay district.
Where looalcd:  Msh Creek.
Take notice thai 1. John Albert Kirk of thc
town ot Kcvi-l-itoke. B.C., acting u> agent fur
,!.>■ C Kroner, Kaq„ Km* Minors Certificate
No, B7W*IOund Maigaret A. Kl-on,Krce Miner's
Ccrtlticrtto No. BS&08, intend, fdxly days from
the dato hereof, to apply to  the Mining Re
cordcrfor a Cortiflcate of Improvement!, for
th.- purpose of obtaining a Crown (.rant of the
aliove claim.
Ai,,1 fitiih.i  i.ik<- noiii-.* ihal action, under
:ction t7. inu-t bo commenced before the issuance of -nch i 'erl iIlealc of improvement*.
Dated thia "illli daj uf Septoni|>or, A.D.,1906,
no. -'I .1. A. KIKK.
\vi.. i- h.i.'liy glretl that 60dnvs from date I
iui-nd tu apply Lathe Hon. the chief Commie*
skmerol Laudiand Worn (orMimlulontepur*
., ii,," r-iUowhig described lands, in the Went
t.-ii.i) district, west shure of tippet Anow
"Cutiiiueiiiuig at a poll marked "J. L, Ulrsoh'i
-,-nlli west coruer," at lb.- mnitli cant corner of
Ut467*3;and aboutll mili'H soutn of KoHthalt
creek; IheBCS nnrtli SO i Iini in, theuce emtio
chains, theace souili P" chain*, thencu * est lo
chains to (Mint el oonivuoemeoti containing wi
tend mure ur leiw.
Dated thti itm .i*.j .if m .>. iwe.
hi* o
IVi Kalph *lyi', Agent.
Notice ll boreby k'iinii that 80 day* ufler datu
I intenil to aoply to the Chief t 'ommi-siouer of
L.iiid* and Wurk* for h ipeclal licence to cut
and carry away timber from the followiug do-
icribedlandi utnate iu West Kooteuay district:
Commeuelng at n \*>*l marked "L H. Fraiers
north-weet oomer" mid planted aUut S'i miles
imrtli of i apt* Home on thu easl -.ide of  Cpper
Arrow Laku, almut out* half mile from  the
shoiSj thence east 40 chain-, thence suuth Itin
chains, thenee west 40 ohalni, theuce uorth ltiu
chains tu the imiut of commeticmneut.
Dated this 9th day ol October, woo.
.»cl2u LU, KRA8EK.
Certificate of Improvements
Siher Bell Mineral Claim,situate iu the He?-
elatoko Mining  DlyUlOD of  Wo-.t Kooteuay
Where lifnied;- KeysUme Mnuutaiu.
Take mil ice thai I, J«mo«I. Womlrow, F.M.C.
Nu. BMU0 agent fur Alex. W. Mcluto*b, F.M.
r. -SM17! Oeo. Jobn«iiD. F.M.C. I1M174, nud
ElitnUlhMcMalioii.K-MC No. UW041, intend,
lij IJ day- from the date hereof, to apply to tho
MiniiiR Recorder for n Certificate of LnprUTC-
meuts. for the purisi-e of obtaiuiug a I rowu
Grant Ol the aliove claim.
And further take uotice thnt action, under
-eclion 'il, mu«.t be commenced before the i»su-
auce'if >uch Ccrtillcalo of Improremouts.
Dated thllMth day Of October, A.D., lWi.
Is heralded in this store by the opening up of goods suitable for that
greatest of all days—Christmas, and the oldest of all customs—Gift-giving.
Here you find the useful combined with the beautiful, which make the most
acceptable gifts. Every day the express is adding its quota to the beautiful
showing, and we can guarantee our patrons that our Christmas Stock will
reach, if not surpasr, its usual excellency.
It's no use trying to postpone the Christmas shopping. The good old
time will be here before you realize it, and every day sees " just what I
wanted'' snapped up.
I ll\ I  NEVER
$      THE OLD COUNTRY      $
4» You  will shortly have to get your .Xmas Presents •***
*V readv to send across thc water,   This year we have w
V the swellest line of Xmas Cards,  Calendars, Souv- V
T enir Mountain and Local View Hooks already  for T
T mailing.     Come   in   and   see them before you T
7 purchase. A
1 Qnadd Drug & Book Co., Ltd., Revelstoke, BC.J
Jh$ i|i i|i $ iii 1$ ili i|i ifr lii-MSMMftfr'!1 'I1 'fr 'I*'!1 'M
Wednesday, Dec. 6th, for 21 liourt.
Easterly winds with occasional gusts
Mild, lair and generally equabls.
Temp. Mux. 45 degrees. iMin. 34
Kim aid—At Revelstoke, li. 0., on
December 3rd., 11)06, to Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Kincaid, u son.
Local and General.
Tlie sixty-second birthday of Queen
Alexandra, oi England, was celebrated
throughout the Empire on Saturday.
Sullivan was sentenced on Monday
by Police Magistrate Gordon to six
months imprisonment with hard labor
lor stealing.
A branch ol the Imperial Bank will
be opened at Athabasca Landing, and
H. L. Reid of the Trout Lake branch
will take tlie management.
By the sale of tome city property in
Portland, Oregon, Mr and Mrt. W, A.
Foots, of this city, have receivtd approximately the sum of 11(111,01)0.
Don't forget the graud skating
carnival at the rink on Tuesday, Dec.
llth. weather permitting. Choose a
good costume and try ami win a prize.
The Elk River Lumber Co. have
just compUted the purchase oi 22.C00
acres of timber on the Spillemaoheen
river, estimated to carry a billion leet,
niainlp cedar, hemlock, white pine,
Iir and spruce.
Arrangements are being made to
gi.e the Sunday school children of St.
Peter's church a Christmas entenain-
ment iu the shape of a sleigh drive
and a big tea, and games to finish up
Ibe MAii.-HEKi.Ln is in receipt ot a
souvenir pott card of London, Eug,,
sent by Miss E. Hooley, daughter of
Mr. tnd Mrs. P. Hooley of this oity,
Mi-s Hooley is visiting friends and
relatives in Knglaud.
Ther. P. K is Boding it difficult
to get uade-in-Cmiaila locomotives
last enough for it requirement!, It
bat juK placed ordert tor twelve en
giue; ill Britain      Even   lhe   biggest
corporation has lo buttle to keep pace
with Canada.. progreti
I. ..il Range Lodge No 26, Knighti
oi Pythias, mil bold their election ol
otficen foi the entuing lern. tonight
at the convention in the Cattle Hall,
over tbe poll office.     It   is  requested
tbat all n.eii.i-'is ol Hn- lodgo will
A fancy dress carnival will be held
in tlie skating rink, weather permitting, on Tuesday,   Dec.  Htl der
the auspices of the Lailiet Auxiliary
of Knox church. Prises will be given
lor tbe belt ladies' and gentlemen's,
beet girls' and boys' and best comic
costumes. Band ^attendance. Thil
is llie time for choosing your costume.
In England the public has a way of
dealing with attempted combine!
whicli is far more effective than the
tction of the law in the United States.
The consumer simply reluset to buy
the commodity which it thus offered
it and the trust collapses. That was
the result ol soap combine organized
in Great Britain.
Why ilo you bake your own bread
when we can deliver it to you fresh
from the oven every day. There is
none better, il any as good.
Cakes and Pastry
A large assortment of Cakes and
Pastry on hand.
Quality un.l workmanship A 1.
Insurance and
Real Estate
Full Line Of The Best
Kind & Anderson
M. M. McCarthy, M. P., ol Calgary,
was suddenly taken ill while in the
Calgary Herald office on Saturday and
had to be removed to his homo in an
ambulance. He had been contined to
his house for some days previously
with an attack of pneumonia.
Work has been commenced on the
piers Ior the new C. P. R. bridge over
the Columbia river, the site chosen as
being most suitable is the same as the
present bridge now occupies. It is intended that eighty men shall bc employed this winter on the work, which
will be carried on as rapidly aa possible.
The Idaho mine on Monte Criito
mountain, Rossland, has jusl been
gold and the purchaser is the Consolidated Mining ii Smelting company ol
Canada, which owns the Centre Star,
War Eagle and Iron Mask, as well as
other mines in this camp, besides the
St. Eugene mine at Moyie, East Kootenay and the smelters at Trail.
Tlie continued thaw this week has
upset the skating arrangements considerably and the rink will not be
opened until the frost has once more
set in. The urea of high temperature
is slowly passing and once the bulk of
the moisture is broken by and precipitated on the mountains, the temperature will very rapidly go down.
Winnipeg, Deo. I.—The newt ol tin-
settlement of the Lethbridge strike
will be received with the gr»atest re-
joicing throughout tbe province
Hop'-.- of the settlement had n mi
whal dwindled during tbe Inst few
dayi ami tbe announcement made
l.'.i- on Saturday last was therelore all
tin- more welcome, While the k vem
ment recognized that even  with  the
opening ol ib ines  the situati n
will require all possible cure nnd attention iln ing the in-x' live or -u
weeks, in order to prevent great suffering, the imprenion prevails that
with the itepi that have been taken
and the co-operation of the railway
OOinpanlet, the situation will bent
any rate manageable,
Social and Personal
A. E. Phipps has returned from a
visit to the coast.
Mrs. B. A. Lawson will be at home
tomorrow and Friday, Dec. li and 7.
•Alex. Brown, ol thc Silver Cup mine
Ferguson, is visiting in the city
J. W. Bennet, ol Nelson,chief agent
in the district for the I. C, S., ii
ipendii.K a few days in town
Bert Hall, who has been assistant to
J. Kirk, surveyor, during the summer,
has left for a visit to England.
P. Scbolet, of Comaplix, is in tbe
A now bead hospital with an injured
fool, having struck it with n axe
while splitting wood.
li. Gilbert, who bus lie n acting us
engineer tri Lewis & Robinson at Wigwam, has lelt lor England .mil will
return next spring in double harness.
Percy R. Goileurutli. a newspaper
man well-known in Revelsloke and
the province in general, wai married
last week in Seattle. Miss Eva B
Duncan, of Belmont. Ky , was die
Mrs. j". ('. Morris m ret iroed Satur
dny morning from a three mnnths
I trip to Detroit, Chicago and St, Paul,
' where she has bee. liti .- relatives
and old college friend- Mrs M - ■ n
says tbe people ol the essl are very
Imuch    interested tbii    n iti ri
country, espei ia . in * ■• i- itschman
■ i--<. ' vh cm -M- la number of
phitographs and sou— , rs
Scottish Concert
The attendance al I - •-.-,
Concert on Friday evi ning asl Sl
In In -. - nighl wtt erj a-gi and
lerton went away leel - - thai
the evening hid been well spent.
From the ipening numbei by Bt
Indrew - Orchestra do vn to the
singing ol A ni.l Lan - J- ne al tbe
close every item on iln- programme
was « II i-i."-' i - m-i li ■ rendi red
.iml in-ill-!,.'. ,i ,i j ided I in Scottish
dances by tin- Misses Blair nnl Messrs
H . iml Brown i ri partiou .ni-.
gi ul mil evoked the wildest enthusi
.i*in ... i in- audience Speoial men
lion iiiii-i also '-■ inul" ni iln- iinil m
beautifully carried out by tin- Willing
Workers nl St. Andrew's chur.ili under
tin- capable leadership of Miss Aintlie
nml   Miss   Durgi't.     Al1   who    wen
Toys nt the Canada Drug Sioro.
Cream pull's lo-day nt Hobsini &
Useful Xmas piesents i.i|Howton's
Furniture Slore.
Ralph Connor's " Dootor|' at Bews'
Drug Store.
Choice raisins, currants and peels,
nil new stock ut Hobton .It Bell's.
Handsome Cult Hilars and Cardt nt
Bows' Drug Store,
Celery for snlo on the Old Plantation, npply It, Tapping.
Buy a Revelstoke view Calendar at
Bews' Drug Store.
Home made Mince Meat, ready for
use at Hobson & Bell's,
Fountain Pens fur Xmas gift, ut
Bews' Drug Store,
Horse blankets, lap robes, sleigh
hells, whips, harness at Bourne Bro'.
See our corner window Ior Huntley
& Palmer's biscuits ol all kinds. C.
B. Hume & Co.
Leave your orders early il you Jwant
.XniiisCakeorPlu.il Pudding. Hob-
ton.-: Bell.
Toy Go-Carls, carriages, chairs,
rockers, etc., for children at Howson's
Furniture Store.
Bargains for Friday and Saturday
only. Ben Hur, Ceylon Teas for 35c.
CB. Hume A Co.
See our photos in platinum—the
very  latest—Trueniai'a Studio, ove
Canada Drug & Book Co.'s Store.
Sit now for jyour photos and I. f
tlic^best by Tiiieman personally l
charge lor balance ol December,
Handkerchiefs for Xmas
What  is more useful or acceptable for a gift than some nice Handkerchiefs,   We
hnve ii splendid slock of all kinds.   An immense variety to choose from.
Irish Linen Hemstitched and Hand Embroidered from 15c. to 75c. each.
Linen Lawn, wilh beautifully embroidered edge—20c, to $1,00,
Luce Edge Handkerchiefs from 10c. to $1.00.
Silk Handkerchiefs, embrsidercd edge, hand made.
Maltese Silk Luce Hnndkorohlefs, Ohildrcns' Handkerchiefs, elc.
Men's Mercllla Handkerchiefs, Silk Initial, 25c, each.
Plain Silk, Twill Silk, Initial Silk and Colored Silk Handkerchiefs for Men.
Our Hrst Iol hue arrived and they ii.v beauties.   All the new shades and the latest shapes
—We will hiivi'tliem coming every week up to Christinas,
Wn have a new lot jusl, in liy express and have lots of Pretty Ribbon to trim then..  They
uiakc pretty, Inexpensive presents.
AND STAMPED LINENS.—We keep nur stock fresh nil the time with new designs as
they come out.   Yesterday we received a lot of the Newest, and Handsome I'entic Pieces
all on a beautiful green linen, uud we Imve the fringe for finishing the edge i,
llo.iii* in und look over the display.   We will be pleased to show you around.
China .  .  •
We hnve a nice line of
odd  Gups and Saucers,
Plates, Vases, Tea Setts,
etc.,  of  tlie    following
famous makes: Ooalport,
Limoges, Orescent, Doul-
ton, Beyrouth.
Bulk or package goods,
domestic or   im ported.
We have perfumes from
the following makers!—
Roger & (toilette, Crown,
Breidenboiigh,   Palmer,
Colgate, Seely,  Stearns
at prices to suit, everyone
Fanoy Boxes Irom ISO to 110
Pipes .  . .
. Meerschaum Pipes, Fine
Briar Pipes, curved and
Patent Pipes. Remember
you can't nleusea smoker
better nt Xiiius than by
buying hini il nice pipe.
We   have   good   pipes
From 11 to $11 in prioe.
Military, Plain,    Rosewood or   Ebony, lirst
quality, Selected llristles
Artistic and Attractive
Prices TSo. to $9.
Ask for Coupon* on our $100 Priie.
One Coupon with -aach 26 Cent Purchase.
For something special see our hnnd-
painted Limoges and gold engraved
glassware.   C. B. Hume cfc Co.
Cake tins, patty pans, roarers,
bread mixers, asbestos sad irons, full
line of kitchen ware at Bourne Bros.
Thousands ol Xmas Cards aud
Calendars Jto choose from at tlie
- i  id - Drugstore,
Our new stock of raisins, currants
.mil mixed Peels give good satisfaction and are in great demand—C. B.
Hume .'.- Co.
Wo have just opened a  shipment ol
l! '      -i-y's fresh chocolates in plain
inoy boxes, at the Canada Drug
,v Book Store.
Yo'i ''an depend on getting the best
ii.   ; -   fi'iiu    Trui'imiii,   who   is
pei v in charge for balance of
Big ell irance sale ol   Furniture anil
llunie Fornlihingi still on at John E.
Wood's Furniture Store, with big
Books! books ! books II We have
nearly every kind made, some beautiful ones for Xmas gifts at the Canada
Drug Store.
New shipment oi Sleighs at How-
ion's Furniture Store. A pretty line
ol assorted screens at Howson's Furniture Slore.
We are opening up every day something new in the Xmas lines and
expect this year to have the best
assortment we ever had. If you want
Toilet and Dressing Ca68S, newest
ttyles, call ou the Canada Drug &
Book Store for them,
Season tickets may be had at the
fo'lowing places: W. Bews, Bourne
Bros., Brown's Cigar Store, Canada
Drug &v Book Store, C B. Hume it
Co, Red Cross Drug Store, R. M.
Smythe, F. B. Wells. Prices—For
Gentlemen $3! Ladies $2.50; Children
$2. Children's tickets are intended
for the smaller ones and are eligible
lor afternoons only. O'der boys and
girls run. if they wish, purchase gentlemen1! anil ladies' tickets which
ssrry admission to the rink at nil
times when open, and when the rink
is not otherwise engaged, Any boy or
girl selling ticket, to the value ol $25
will receive a tree season ticket. For
'sailing |60 worth a (reo ticket and a
pair ol skates will le given.
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J. A. DAVIDSON, iij tailor
Carries the best Line of Goods to be had from
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present will look forward with pi
anticipations to the nexl annui
patron saint
honor "f Scotland's
Christmas (foods
We have ipared un pains in giving
you tin: best elections ihe markets of
tfi'* world am supply, Our goods are
all good values. Special attention is
directed to our Xmas Boxes
EATON HU/tLBUT PAPERS 5(k.. 75c, $1 to $1.15.
Qium mas Numbers anu Annual!
Walter Bews. Phm.B., 0mii\lm,.
(From Our Own Correspondent)
Vic Auderson, oi Revelitoke, spent
a few days last week with hie brother,
John Anderson, here.
Mr, Bradley, a contractor from Win-
nibeg, ii spending the winter with Mr.
Salmond, the C P, R. electrician.
Mr and Mrs. McMillan have gone
east tor the winter. Mr, McMillan
will spend three months on his homestead in Alberta while Mrs. McMillan
will Bpend the winter among ber
friends in Ontario.
Rev. W. L, Macrae ol Golden, gave
a missionary address iu the church
here on Sunday evening. Mr. Miller
spent tbe Sunday in Golden taking
Mr. Macrae's work.
The poverty social given under the
Ladies' Aid Society in the Bi.ckhain
Hall was a great success.
The school house is at last finished
and the echo I has moved in. It is s
very comfortable roomy building with
plenty ol light,
On Wednesday evening ol last week
party coneiBting ol twenty-two ol tbe
young people of Field enjoyed a very
pleasant drive to Emerald Lake. The
night wus perfect and the rond in line
shape, We should have more ol these
The Sunday school purpose giving
tbeconcort and Christmas Tree this
year on the evening of Dec. 21st. The
programme is well under way already.
The affair promises la) be a great
W. 0. Wells, M.P.P., tpent a day in
town last week.
The NelBon-Bruce Company presented "Arizona" at the Opera House
on Saturday. The piece was very
descriptive of life in the west and
brought out tbe character ol life on
the prairie in that country very
strongly. Harold Nelson played his
part in his usual easy graceful style
while the other principal roles were
admirably sustained. The company
iB well chosen and work well together,
Notice In hereby given I Inil 80 days alter data
we intond to apply to the Hon Chief Commissioner of I.iuhIh and Works for a special license
to cut anil carry away limber from the following deacribed lands, situate in West Kooleaay
Commencing a. a post planted at the north-we..
corner of it. ..lemUiming h liiniic.tuinl, about three
mile, below the foot of Upper Arrow Lake, .ml
marked "II.H.L.O'k uurtli-piut corner pint,"
tlit'iu-e south SO chains, thence we.t 80 chain.,
tlience north 80 chain., tlience east 80 chain, to
point of commencement.
Dated Nov. Mh, 1006.
dec r> wed     Bui Bbnii I,r.Miii.u Co., L'rn.
WANTED-Waitress, duties very
light, Wages *$H0 per month.
Apply to Chief Young, Queen's Hotel,
Coiiinplix, B. C.
WANTED-Girl for general house,
work. Good wages paid to
right party. Apply to Mis. F. B,
LEWIS. Mackenzie Avenue.
I Santa
Manning's Candy Palace f
The largest assortment in  Toys.  The latest ln  Toys.
Everything New.
Magic Lanterns, 35c. to $15 ; Steam EngineB, 50c. to $10.
Friction Toys, Spring Toys, Stuffed Animals (large and
small); Tooll, (lames, Toy Pianos, Blackboard!, Rocking
Hones, Bureaus, Sleighs, otc.
Insist on Having Fresh Candies for i|
Xmas  Get Some of Manning's
Home-Made Candies.
f^      All orden for Santa Clatis should be addressed to Box 267      K
W. ... •#


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