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Vol. 13.-No 80
REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCTOBER 12, 1901
$2.50 Pur Year
C. fi. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
IN
BOYS' SUITS
We have about 100 Suits to. clear
out. Fit Boys from 5 to 1(1 years,
We nill sell these next
fri
Ruoj un
OCT. 17 AND 18
Keep your eye ou this—lhe best
Bargain of the year The pi ices will
bc interesting. You ca.. see them
at any time. They are prominently
displayed on a table in the centre of
our store,
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
Fail Coids Arriving Dally.    Dressmaking and Millinery Rooms, Ind Floor
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AN EMPIRE
BUILDER
Rudyard Kipling Delivers Stirring Speech on British Columbia's Responsibilities.
At the luncheon given to Rudyard
Kipling by the Canadian Club at Vancouver this week the famous author
in his address, spoke briefly but yet
forcibly. He avoided all mention ol
the Oriental question but, speaking of
the luture ol the province and the
city, he compared it to the head ol an
army issuing through a mountain
p.iBs. Such a Bcene was impressive
but even more wonderlul was the
thought ol a steady stream of men
plowing through the mountains and
in that light he viewed the future. II
he had not his own great faith in the
blood and make up of the race, he
would tremble at the responsibility of
the province. It was its task to build
stable and unshakable civilization on
tbe edge of tbe eastern sea. He bad
lived in lands ol greater difficulties
and tcwer men, had teen tbcm borne
down for the time by circumstances,
but they never lost tbeir hearts or
heads. British Columbians should so
bear themselves that tbeir children
and children's children might thank
them for the goodly land and heritage
they had secured (or them.
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4 STOVES!
If yuu want to get the best
see our stock.
Over 50 Healing Stoves to
select from and over 25 Cook
Stoves to mako ft choice from.
We have over two carloads
of Stoves and Furnaces on
nur Floor and in our warehouse,
We buy tbe Iiest and can
give you the advantage of our
extensive Inlying,
We only buy from lhe Iiest
Stove makers in Cnnada.
We are showing Airtight
Healers frnm $350 up, See
our line before purchasing.
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LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Dealers in Hardware, Btoves snd Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's
and Sawmill Supplies, etc,, Plumbing and Tinsmithing.
titty ty tyty ii *|i ili i|i iti 'I' fl 9 'M"M' 'H*
GOOD BUYS
Two-Storey Dwelling, Lots 37J x 100, on Mackenzie Avenue,
plastered-Cash$950, terms on balance. PRICE $2,450
Two-Storey Dwelling, plaste.ed aud stone basement, Lots
75 x 100 on Second Street.     Cash $950 and terms on balance.
ORICE-S2.950
One-Storey Dwelling, Lot 50x100, near Cow,in Block
PRICE-W50
SIBBALD  AND   FIELD
INSURANCE NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS
PURE   LUMP
COAL!
ILIsr.OOTJRSIER
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For-CITY AND VILLA LOTS OR FRUIT LANDS -See
W. H. HUMPHREYS
At (1, M, Sprnat'i Far wel I  Estate Olliee.
COWAN BLOCK.  -  -  -  THIRD STREET
BEAUTIES OF CANADA
New York Journalists Enthnsi-
astic Over Selkirk Mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cruikshank, ol
New York City, spent a day in Bevel-
stoke thii week on their way from
Halifax to Vancouver through Cansda.
Mr, Cruikshank is a stall' writer tor
the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, ol New
York City, and is contributing to tbat
paper what is eaid to be the most
elaborate seriei of article! on the
resorts and interests of Canada io far
Carried by any American paper.
These travellers have missed few of
the great attractions of the Dominion
as may be judged by the fact that they
have climbed many of the high peaks
of the Sclkirks and spent three daye
exploring the wonders of the Cheops
Caves at Glacier, which Mr. Cruikshank, who has visited both the Mammoth caves of Kentucky and the
Lurny caverns iu Virginia, Bays are
the most interesting formations of
their kind on the continent, According to Mr. Cruikshank, the stop at
Glacier offers the traveller through
Canada one of tho most interesting
and varied experiences on the contin
ent. He says that the two hour trip
to tlie luce of the Illecillewaet Glacier
is probably the most remarkable ex-
perience available to the guest at any
hotel he l.as ever visited.
Mrs. Cruikshank was the tirst
woman lo penetrate the big caves as
far as the Bridal Chamber, and probably the first woman to make the
ascent of Cougar mountain. She is
loud in her praises of the beauties and
wonders of the region and both Mr,
and Mrs. Cruikshank join in reporting
their stop at tbe caves and tbeir en.
tertainment by Mr, Cbas. H. Deutsch
man, one of the most interesting ex.
periencesof their five months trip
across the continent.
From Revelstoke tbe travellers go
west to Vsncouver and return to
Rovelstoke to make the Arrow Lakei
trip and thence return to New York
City hy way ol Winnipeg snd
Montreal.
EIGHT PEOPLE EATEN
Awful Cannibal Stories From
James Bay.
Winnipeg, Oot. 11.—J. A. Osborne,
editor of the Fort Francis Timet, bai
returnid to civilization alter sn extended trip around the eastern shores
of James Bay, and brings with him
strange tales from the land of many
happenings.
At Moose Factory a young man told
of having fled from bii uncle who hi d
killed snd eaten eight people and at
tbe same place sn Indisn womso had
oot long before killed and eaten her
two children, Lut winter a village
ol fourteen Crees on Main river nifT-
ered terribly from starvation aud thii
■pring all had died of itarvation with
the exception of a young man snd
young woman.
Osborne ststei thst the iron resources ol the country sre inexhai.it-
sble, great mountains ol hemitite snd
megatite being found by the party
and they are convinced that very rich
mineral regions lie undiicovered in tbe
north,
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THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Record Broken-Died in Prison
-Operator Robbed—Strike
Avoided-Price of Wheat is
Now a Dollar.
New York, Oct. 12.—Four days, 19
hours and 52 minutes Irom Queeni-
town with every tram-Atlantic ipeed
record in her possession, the majestic
Cunard Liner Lusitania swept by
Sandy Hook lightship at 1.17 a.m.
yesterday, and alter a pause off the
har to await daylight, the steamer
slowly entered the harbor to receive
tbe recognition ol her right to title of
queen of the sea.
Columhub, 0., Oct. 12.—MrB. Cassie
Chadwick, whose financial transactions
oulminated in the wrecking ol an Ob-
eiliu, O., bank, died in the women's
ward at tbe Ohio penitentiary lastnigl t>
at 10.16.
Woodstock, Ont., Oot. 12.-The
night operator at the C.P.R. station
here was held up by masked men early
yesterday morning and relieved of a
silver watch and chain, $10.25 ol
personal funds and $59.20 of the
company's money. The latter waB
secured by prying open the till.
Toronto, Oct, 12.—The trouble between the C. P. R. and .their telegraph
operators has been practically ended
and all danger of a strike it now.
avoided. The operators have received
a 12} per cent, increase on their wages.
London, Ont., Oct. 12.—The lenia-
tional advance of ten centi a buihel
made in the price ol wheat is explained by the [act that very little
of that grain ii coming in. Small
towns have been raising tbe price, so
local millers decided to make ita
dollar.
ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS
Dr. Fagan Speaks on the Sub
ject.—A Menace to Nation.
Dr, Fagan, who was in yesterday on
the interests ol anti-tuberculosis societies established all over the province
delivered a short- address last night
between ihe acts ol the performance
at tbe opera house. He pointed out
that tuberculosis was the most serious
menace to the nation and that every
precaution should be taken to cope
with thii white death. Consumptives
were a source of danger to the community if allowed to mix with them,
and he urged tbe co-operation ol all
people to try and stamp out this fatal
disease and do all in their power to
aid in this great work. He said that
Revelstoke had not done much, but it
could do a great deal and incidentally
help the workers who had ..Iter much
toil and perseverance succeeded in
getting the sanitarium at Kamloops
for tuberculous patients. " Close contact," he said, will do more harm than
possibly imagined." It was not so
much the he.editary taint to be feared
aB the lack of precaution taken to
remove til chances of infection,
which was doing the harm. He urged
then that Revelstoke Bhould do all in
iti power to help in the work and rid
the country of all taint.
" There are more cases, he laid, of
advanced tuberculosis to be treated
than any other disease,
There fi no disease where io much
can be done to render the patient
comfortable and hopeful as pulmonary
tuberculosis in the advanced itage.
There is no disease where one caie
in a family can more readily become
the cause ol infection of other mem
bere, particularly in the stage where
the consumptive begins to be confined
to the olose auociation of the family
mem ben only,
It ie extremely important to remember tbat advanced comumptive
patient! who are able to go about
perhapi able to work at their ordinary
calling in the olliee or factory when
ignorant or careless, constitute the
greatest danger to the health ol the
community. They must be considered
a. the most frequent cause of infeotion.
The careless, ignorsnt or helpless
consumptive when confined to bed
oan do little more thsn inleot hia
room, but the advanced patient able
to follow some calling oan, II he il
can, if he ia careless, scatter 7,000,-
000,000 bacilli every day with the
greatest ease.
Ol all tuberculosis patients, he
should be the most carefully instructed
and should be moit deeply impressed
with the (set that carelessness in the
disposal ofjthe sputum ii dangeroui to
himself si well ai to hii neighbor!.
In conclusion he urged that all
people ihould uie utmoit precaution
to avoid running sny risk of infestion
snd pointed out the disaster to the
nation if consumption was allowed to
increase,
SEPTEMBER IS
RECORD MONTH
Timber Licenses and Revenue
From Them the Largest in
the History of the Province.
Eclipsing the record of every other
month prior tn it, September saw 1,071
timber licenses issued by the provincial department ol lands and works.
Tbe fees for the above amounted to
$143,102.20. The heaviest month
prior to September was May ol the
present year when lees amounted to
$120,B20.36.
The provincial officials state that
thii is the heaviest month ever known
in British Columbia. Ol the total
number of licenses 732 were issued lor
properties on Vancouver Island. Prior
to last year by lar the greatest number
ol licenses issued were lor timber lying
east of the Cascades and the movement is significant, For transfer fees
$964 was collected.
But seven licenses were issued for
coal properties, the lees amounting to
$700. More applications have heen
made tor coal licenses during the
present month,
B. C. PROGRESS
Vancouver, Oct. 11.—Hon. J. H.
Turner, agent general, is back in town
alter a tour ol the mainland, during
which he visited all the important
points in the upper country. He says
he was much struck with the evident
prosperity ol the country and the progressive changes which bave taken
place in tl.e last six years. He commented on the fact that districts considered valueless a lew years ago were
today proving up well Ior fruit growing. The prune crop of the Grand
Forks country is estimated at ten carloads of ten tone each, and ie being
iold at good profits. At Granby he
found the smelters treating about 3000
tons of ore per day, and the furnaces
were being increased to be able to
handle 4000 tons daily. At Coldstream
be inspected the irrigation canal being
put in by Lord Aberdeen and associates, which, when completed, will irrigate from 20,000 to 30,000 acres. Mr.
Turner says there is an almost
unlimited market for British Columbia Iruit in the Old Country, especially
lor the choicest varieties.
LUMBER OUTLOOK BRIGHT
Vancouver, Oct. 11.—Col. A. D.
Davidson, known throughout eastern
Canada as the "empire builder ol the
west," through his work in promoting
colonization in Saskatchewan, arrived
in Vancouver yesterday. He stated
that next year immigration, particularly (rom the United States, would
reach a total never before attained,
The reported partial failure of the
wheat crop, he said, has been grossly
exaggerated. The total yield will ap
proximate that of 1906 and prices for
farmers would be much higher, due to
crop failures elsewhere.
. Altogether Col. Davidson was most
optimistic concerning the immediate
future of wcBlern Canada. Even ll.e
lumber outlook he declared (..' e fnirly
bright. Just at present the lumber
yards ol Saskatchewan and Manitoba
are overloaded with stock, but as soon
ai the wheat is harvested he expects
to see orders for lumber pouring into
British Columbia.
BEAN SUPPER
The bean supper in Selkirk Hall by
the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church, took place on Thursday even
ing, and judging by the busy hum ol
voices and the luscious flavors floating
through the room, accompanied by a
pleasant clatter of knives and forks,
Ihe '-beanfeaiten" were doing full
justice to the repast. Tables loaded
with flowej-s, silver and dainty china
were placed down the hall and round
each were a bevy ol oharming ladies
dancing attendance on the feaiteri.
The tupper wai excellent, the cooking
unequalled and the arrangements
worked smoothly, everyone Irom the
eldest adult to the youngest child
camo away satisfied both in mind and
body. The bean supper has become
an annual event in Revelstoke, and as
such will always be remembered.
LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST
This competition is exciting tlio
keenest interest now and many parties
are out rustling up votei (or their
reipective institutions. The Y.M.C.A
maintains the lead by a large majority
and the Knox church and Fire
Brigade No. 2 running close tor a
second place. The oounting of votes
eaoh week entails considerable time
and care, especially aa the numbers are
coming in so rapidly. The ballot box
is in tl.e Canada Drug A Book Co.'i
store. The following ie tl.e itanding
up till noon to-day;
Y.M.C.A  88746
Knox Church  17689
Fire Hall No. 2  1689J
Met-Inxlitt Church    2916
Publio 8ohool    2648
St. Peter's Church    1269
Oatholio Church     900
Masonic Lodge     880
K.olP     626
Locomotive Engineer!....    620
F.O. E     620
Hospital     634
I.O.F     530
I.O.O.F     480
Machinist! ,     340
Brakemen     260
Firemen O. P, R     160
BOURNE BROS.
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Don't Take
Your Groceries
with you, let us send
them home. It's just
as easy for its, and far
more convenient for
you. Or we will call
for the order and deliver the things, just as
if  you   selected them
yourself. We have everything worth keeping. Our reputation for fair dealing is second to none and we can satisfy
you in every way.
CALL AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK
Of Stoves, Ranges and Heaters, These have just arrived; tbey are not
old stock, kept over, but NEW with all thc latest improvements and
they arc McCLARY'S.
FISHING AND SHOOTING SEASON
We have a lull line of Fishing Rods, Baits, Lines, Hooks, etc,  Shotguns, Rilles, Revolvers, and all kinds of ammunition.
GROCERIES     HARDWARE      STOVES     PLUMBING
Bourne Bros.
HOUSE
BARGAIN
We have a signed agreement permitting us to sell
a certain property on McKenzie Avenue at a figure
$400 below actual value, good until Oct. 26, 1907,
The property comprises one and a half lots, seven-
roomed plastered house, summer kitchen, woodshed,
stable, fencing, etc, .
The price is $1800. $700 cash, balance on mortgage. Will rent for $22 per month. A responsible
contractor has estimated the value of the buildings alone
at $2,000.   The land is worth $500.
Investigate the proposition at once as it is only
good for a short time.
Ik,
Officks :-Molsons Bank BUILDING.      Telephone ,31
DEALERS   IN
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
AGENT  FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
MHMggg
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office  Toronto, Ontario.
Ilr11.1cl1.iff In .Lt Provinces ol Manitoba. Alberta, fla-kalcl.swa.i,
Britiah Colombia, Ontario, lioslsw.
Oapltal Authorised ...        (10,000,000.00
Oapltal Paid Up ....   $4,83o,ooo.oo
Reserve Fund ....       i4,83o,ooo.oo
D. R. Wilkir, President; Hon. II. Jafkkay, Vice-President.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United States and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections,
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit and credited
quarterly, 	
Revelstoke Branoh, B. C.-A. E. Phipps, Manager. Vi-ix  iiumisiuumu.
l'IBI.lJHKl, WhliNKSDAY AND FATUR
DAY AI
IftEVKLSTOKE. aC,
MURPHY & FISHER
Barkisters, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Murphy.
Haroi-p Fisher
pILLAX A ELLIOTT.
BlVTlBtari,| Solicitor!, Etc.
BKVBUSTOKE am. TBOUT I.AKB, B, C.
C. K Onus. J- 0 Ki,.,..ur,
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ARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
BABRISrKM, SOLICITORS, ETC,
Orr.cts ■  lu 'BIUAL Hank BLOCK,  IIkvki.
'stoke, 1). C.
Money to loan,
Offlce* Reveletoke, H. 0,1 Cranbrook, 11. C
Beo. S. MoCartks,
a. M. PlSKI.ASI.
Kevel.loiie, B. 0,
J. A. Haiivkv,
Cranbrook. Ji, (.
J, M. Scott I.L.L
neon* AND
W. I. llrlggs
BRIGGS
BaHRIKTEHS, SOLIOITOBS, ETC.
Money to Loan
SOLICIT..R6tKi.Ii;MlU.SONS BAMK
Fir-l Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
TAS, A. McFARLAXE
ASSAYER 4 CHEMIST
Asaav ol all Ores,  Samples by mail or express
receive [.rompi attention,
Terms Moderate.
audseii     •     ■    •    Box .32 Kaslo, II. U
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OBERT SMITH
Provincial bind Surveyor,
Mine Surveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue.
Box 106, Revelstoke.
pOLl.N CAMPBELL,
Pbov.kcul Assavsr 4 Ohbkist,
Notary Public, Etc,
take our part and share in the
government and well being ol our
country un.l thus act the part of
good citizens and exhibit true patriotism that makes a nation and a
people, and thus by example create
a spirit of emulation, Above all it
is the duty of Canadians to take
part in nil public mutters, and not
be inclined to conlino ourselves,
our thoughts, our time nnd attention only to the consideration of
our private uffairB; rather let us
make sacrilices and do our share us
citizens else we will be recreant to
our greut trust. The ambition to
tuke part in public, municipul und
provincial affairs sliould be encouraged in tl.e rising youth that he
may be ably fitted to curry on the
great work of empire building commenced by his predecessors, There
is no greater exhibition of sellish-
ness cxtunt than that which we
lind in men who sit back and tuko
no part whatever in municipul
affairs and yet at ull times ure
ready und willing to criticize,
grumble and complain of those in
authority. Tlie true Canadian
spirit i.s to see tlmt right und justice prevails und  moreover to nl-
wnvs   remember  thut  we    prove
a '
ourselves worthy offsprings of the
Motherland and emulate those who
labored, fought and died for Hod
and the right.
ly cleaned out and put in repair,
• As regards lhe Ml, Victoria trail
nothing apparently lms been dune,
although lhe oity lms offered to
put up half the cost us u donation
to the Tourist Association, for this
work, on .•oiuliin.ii that the government will do the suiiie. That
the benefits that will ncorue to
Uevelsloki. if this scheme is ever
carried Ihrough cannot he overestimated, und the people feel that
some act i-.i. should be taken nnd
something done in the mutter.
Realizing lhat the grant must be
proleoted and nlso that one of the
chief ussetB to Revelstoke, the water
supply which has its source in lhe
tract of lund be secured to the city,
the peoplo huve put in their claim
for the construotion of the trail
ivhich will open up th's nuUiral
park und he nnolher uttraction to
lhe city.
;,rc ahead of r.il tilicis.
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Lcca. P.-fveir.-toko
8o(lrvlist r'a.'.y tit' Canada
M.-,-..; l-'iis. nn.1 Third Wclne'stlJiy In the raontl
Selkirk II >li, ..pal - nl |».tn. Subject Ii
at'iiB-tnii—".ii'raliiRintiit ..( Canitallsni. Al
.ore-ted .-ire welcome.
C. VV. 0. w.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
Meet* Beoond .....1 Fourth Wednesdays I.
met. moulh, in Selkirk Ilnll.  VUlt-lng Wood
i,e.i tonliiilly iuvii.-.l lonttonil.
Vi. 1). ABlHSTIlONO.Con.Com.
J. MclM'YltE, cleik.
BEVELSTOKE AERIE Nn
F. 0. E.
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NEW DENVER, B.C      P.O.Box 10
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DWABD A. HAGGEN
MIXING ENGINEER
(Member American Institute of
Mining Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstoke, B. C.
Mine Management, Examinations
and Reports.
Reports compiled, Plans and Blue
Print* of Land, Umber Limits, Mines,
Mills and Buildings prepared in shape
for submission tu prospective Investors
or purchasers.
rlSS M. E. CREIGHTON
TEACHER OK PIANO, VOCAL
HARMONY COCSTEKPOIST, ETC,
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations.
SU'DIO-At Mrs. J. C,  Hutchison's Con
naugU Avenue.
M"
Gbe toaiMberalb
" 1 would . . . earnestly advise them for
their good to order this paper to be punctually
»■;■..-.. up, and to be looked upon as a part of
the tea equipage,"—Addison.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12,1907
TRUE CANADIANISM.
There  is no part of  Cnnada in
which the true Canadian spirit can
be more fully awakened and fruitfully  thrive  than in our great
West     Endowed with a popula
tion that represents the cream and
flower of   lhe  many  lands and
climes from which those who people it have come, it offers by nature  vast  material   resources  to
those who will legitimately work
for them.    Optimism should be at
the heart of all who essay the great
west and the feeling of sectionalism should be forgotten as we look
alar to the boundaries of this great
land  and  realize its  possibilities
and immensities.    Many  people
coming out  here imbued with the
idea that their native land is the
best place, and comparing conditions there with Canada, forgetting
probably that the very newness of
Canada  mny  lie  some cause for
consideration when making comparisons, which under such conditions are more or less odious, have
found in the west an extended and
enlarging horizon, breathea stiong-
er air and imbibe lhe enterprise
and the  hope in the optimism of
Canada's  Great  West, and above
all the true spirit of Cana.lianism
As we rub shoulders with all kind?
of people, striving more or less to
indirectly aid   the development of
Canada  and  make a home for
themselves and families for generations to come, we  should   for the
nonce forget all except that we aie
Bons of  Canada and working in
•spirit, Ik. it in the field, the workshop, the counting house, or otlice.
This Canadian spirit should be as
broad as the flag to which we owe
our allegiance, and as we welcome
all comers who are desirable settlers and who will work for the development and prosperity of Canada, it  is  our  bounden  duty to
instil in them a spirit of true loyalty  and  devotion  to the land of
LEGION OF FRONTIERSMEN.
Advices from England State that
a recruiting mnrch of the Legion of
Frontiersmen will he carried thru1
Kent this yenr,  culling  ut all the
chief  cities in thut county.   The
conception  of this  movement of
Frontiersmen is excellent but the
actual practice is decidedly lacking
in the lirst principles of what the
ideas of this organization really
were.    It  seems rather doubtful
what good can arise out of recruiting men Ior this Legion in England,
and what it cnn accomplish.    For
a regiment or corps of tliis sort to
be of any material uso on a frontier or   among  mountains   nnd
among other conditions such as are
found in Canada nnd other countries where warfare would be carried on under circumstances more
or less guerrilla, men  should be
enrolled    from    those   countries
alone; moi, used to mountain life,
and  accustomed to travel in tbe
forest, or in places where more than
ordinnry common sense is required
to mnrch in safety and where there
is very little of  anything definite
as a guide; it is here that the frontiersmen should be recruited only
who can act as guides and scouts
The  man in the city can never
operate in the forest or mountain
and if the Legion of Frontiersmen
is to be of  any  material good its
numbcr should  be recruited irom
districts und sections where topographical conditions and mode of
life mnke the guide, the scout, the
mountaineer, the trapper and the
woodsman,
BIG BEND TRAIL.
Whnt development hns been going on in the Big Bend district is
but n mere scratch ns to what can
be done, and with the facilities provided  to   aid   that development,
some of the richest and most valuable districts  nnd tracts of  land
can be opened up and the resources
turned to account.    At the present
time the only means oi getting into
the Bend  is  by steamer ns fur us
Downie Creek and by trails branching in  various directions, tapping
the  different    properties,  timber
berths,  etc.,  thut  are now being
operated for commercial purposes,
The   Big   Bend  trail whioh .- lhe
main   lino, as   it were,  into thai
district is by no means us good as
it should be.     Reports   nre being
continually brought in of the bud
and   dangerous  condition  of   the
trail   and of   the difficulties met
with   l.y   pack   trains   on ah...ist
every  part of it, and when it is
remembered what a rich district it
is and bow lnrge a source  of   revenue, not only to private concerns
hut also to thc government, it will
at once  bc seen that the keeping
open of this trail un.l its thorough
repair should l.e effected,    Revelstoke is  dependent  to n great extent  upon  the developing of the
resources  in  thnt part and those
resources will never be fully mnde
use of until the menus of access lo
them is secured.   The government
should be mnde to realize that Ibis
is a mutter which needs attention,
and that they will aid themselves
as well as other concerns if tho
INTERESTING
DESCRIPTION
Of ihe Revelstoke Independent
Band and its Foundation in
1892—An Organization Deserving of Praise,
Mr. and Mrs. Tupping have kindly
lurnished us with some copies of the
Kootenay Mail dated 1802, giving
sin.'! interesting items ol news ol
Revelstoke nt thnt period. One issue
in particular, dated September 24,1802,
gives a very interesting description ol
the institution of the Revelstoke Independent Bind, showing that musical
talent, had its birth in the early djys.
The item reads thus:
"Rovelstoke can now proudly boast
of hiving the nucleus ut a brass band,
several instruments l.ite'y  belonging
io tl.e defunct C.P.R  bund at Kainlnnps having been brought over this
week by Mr. H, Coursier.    And now
the evenings are rendered  melodious
(or otherwise) by the various strains
ol the big bass, the baritone, the alto
and the cornet, with the shrill notes
ol the lite, piccolo and clarinet to be
heard above the screaming of lucomo-
tivs nt  the station.    'Music  hath
charms,'  but  not yet.     Deep   and
mysterious sounds—sometimes like
the wailing ol lost  spirits  in '-Jades,
and   anon    like  muttered   thunder
growling lar down Bonie gloomy can-
yen — emanate  Irom  two  or  three
buildings on Main street as the passerby hastens to the post   office   tor   his
evening mail,     It is Irum the  shoemaker's shop that  the  most  bloodcurdling .....I hair-raising groans issue
forth int.. the inn quil gloaming, and
although the door is closed to deaden
the sound it is no  go,  the  vibration i
making the sidewalk  tremble;  while
across the way the tooting of the alto I
essaying a bugle call seems to act ns a
stimulus Ior "Sam" to put   >-n   io..re
steam—or, rather,   wind.     Well,   we
must give the boys a chance to develop
their capacity lor  wind  and  music,
too, before indicting th;m  as  brassy
disturbers of  tho  peace—ihey   will
come in handy to  lugmenl  the  terrors nl the toboggan slide du    ; thi
snow season,   Th  ■.. y fault we have
to Bnd is  tbat  '-Sam -    insl  u enl
Mif.nr have been .  lev.   -    -    i 51 r
It -.-.>..,.- rath, t  .bs ag >•
young man like bim I e - 11 !
such a miniature affair. We ha - .
drummer,too,ol the Brst, but the
drum—ab, now is tl tin •■. r ur
musical and patri litizena
in and "buy tbe
bye, there sre t« I
ines in town, bcth tor is e   By .,
' ine out the ends ■ I a   barrel  and  replacing them with   the  tamb lurinei
we should have  a   homi made  dr	
equai to anything evei I - men in   this
oity—excepting,    I M
nondescript and   Fred   Fra - 1
Perhaps Nelson -....I other higl   Jul
ing village" of that ilk mi n'l   e jrei Q
Etevi
stoke pi ■ - -■• •       in i.f....I
it 1* ..I 1 ul  >'. if- sral - !    ..mc.,.
yean tbat th.   1   I     I    -    -     ted
■ Declaration ol Independeni
ii has held Bver ii n. and 1
institution In Revelitoke tod iy,v
i. ia been born, grown   ip   proipi red
and kept together  10  ll irn.i
that deserves  more the.   unani n   1,
support of the pei pie,
Tho regular mooting! nro hold in Ilu. Selkirk
Hall ovory Tussdnj evening f.i Bo'olooi. Visiting l.roU.rot. f.r.. cordially Invited.
x      II. A. IIHOWN. I'll.fsinifST.
W. E, McLAUCHLIK, SscaiiiAnt.
ICoot.nriv Lodjic No. 15 A.F.& A.
1 • • ■
-, y
Tin; regular moel-
lay.are hel.l in tin
.',I:i*oiii(f Tempi.1,
..l.l Fellows Hall.,..
Lhc third Monda) Ir.
. . .jiich inimtli nl. I
...ni. V'isltliiabroth
ren cordially wel
come
1!. A. Pl.uillINlEIl, Skckktaiiv.
Selkirk toi):;*;. no 12,1,0.0. r.
Moot
W
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Selkirk
I*. Tlinilll.E, ■-,-,.!.
ill
Hull at 8 o'clock.
Vlslllng brethren cur
ilinlly Invited to nt
lend
.1. M.VIIUK, Sri
Cold Range Lodge, K. ot  P.,
No. 26, Reveistolie, B. C.
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY,
ex »pl Third Wcdnoiiln.' ..I
Gflf... ...
Ili.ll    al
Knlf.ll.s io
,... .Inf Oddfellow!
o'clock, Vlsiiln
■iT.ii.iliy invited,
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Well burnt Brick in huge or
small.)...unities... Reasonable
Prices.
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in our profession il skill anil ability
as opticians has broughl relief to
hundreds of sufferers from eye strain
ami nervous disorders resulting from
eye (roubles. Why nol lollow their
wise example? Know, please, thai we
charge nothing whatever lor eye examination, only fairly lor what glasses
or spectacles may be needed.
HASTINGS, DOYLE & ALLUM
LIMITED.
E. A. SPRING
HARNESS   AND  BOOT  MANUFACTURER
Place you.' orders for your
Harness.,—Hand-make Roots
and Pulley Leather Ooods. . .
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FIRST STREET
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Confectioner
Grocer
Rest.uiran' and Furnished Rooms
Meals from 2a... Up.
Second Street, - East End
(III Milt
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U
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Employed
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For Agricultural Implements, CarrlageSi Wagons Etc., John
Diwro Ploughs, Muliue Wagons, Cauada Carriage Company's
Buggies, Plimot jr., Qnrdea Snorters and Cultivators, Wheel-
t wright aud Blacksmith Work attended to.   Horso Shooing a
Specialty,
I,
I have many enquiries for
Fruit Lands Irom Winnipeg,
Toronto,and Vane..uver, Persons desiring to d'sporc ..[
their holdings, large ol small,
will do well to li-t them with
n.e. Correspondence solicited.
Jas. 1. Woodrow.
i E, i
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Manufactured fur all classes of buildings
CEMENT AUD LIME FOR SALE
All kiud.iof ;iniil(liiiL'iiiul plastering
'urtiiKuti.
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PRADOLIHI,
REVELSTOKE
LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST
100 VOLUMES AND CASE
BELOW will be lound the niinies of some of the progressive lirn.s in
Revelstoke who make this most popular and liberal offers This elegant
library and handsome case will he given l.y vote to the Lodge, Society,
Church or School in Revelstoke securing the largest number of votes in
the following manner: The business men listed below will give with
LACK TEN CENT PURCHASE one vote. The contest begins Sept.
ilth and ends Feb. Ot.li, 11)08. A ballot hox bus been placed ill lhe Canada
Drug & Book Store where the votes are to be deposited. At the close ..I
the contest the church, school, soeiely or lodge having lhe largest number ol votes will be awarded the library, Current accounts when promptly paid will l.e entitled to votes. Remember, votes can only bo secured by
trading with thc merchants listed below. Each week the Maii.-IIkkai.I)
will announce the standing ol the contestant.
The library uud case are now on exhibition in the bIiow window ot
C. B. Hume A Co.
C. II. HUME & CO.
Groceries,    Drygoods,    Crockery
.Men's Furnishings, Hoots and Shoes
House Furnishings,
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COMPANY, LTD.
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I  ■: Rfivolvnrs,
F.-h : - i , , |.. Tents, liuni
ing Suits, I i s.
I*,- il , 11 powritsi
[. OpeniOh.
til al than half i
w , te if   im- forblg h-t.
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BURNS & COMPANY
Meats, Etc.
THE  "SAVOY"
Fine Confectionery, Ice Cream, Etc.
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H. McKlNNON
Cigars, Tobacco, etc.
HASTINGS, DOYLE A ALLUM
Jewelers.
YOU MUST ACT
—AT ONCE=
In order to Becure one of our
ORCHARD and GARDEN
HO.«ES at FRUITVALE, B. C.
In the centre of the Southernmost and Warmest valley in
B.C., West Koiilenay, for
Slu down   and $1(1 per
month for IU acres.
WE   GUARANTEE
To pay nil j.n.r exnonifia utnl refund
YOUR MONEY
If our land and whole proposition
is not.ox.icily us we represent it,
Ymi cun make from $11X1 to $700
per acre annually growing fruits
and market gardening, Every tract
Is either level or gently slopinc
The soil is I....in with clny suhsoil.
Free from rock. A.npie rainfall,
Fine healthy climate, Oool In summer. Zero weather In winter practically unknown. No early or late
frost danger. Plenty of timber on
...it'll tracl for buildings, fences iuul
fuel. Each tract, fron Is on a road,
and every had within half-mile of
main lino of K. It. Title is perfect,
We own one-fifth of the good hind
in the whole Kootenay and make
these terms so that you will bo able
to use your surplus funds improving
your land. We refer to three of the
strongest Hunks In Canada, Write
quick for maps, etc., and testimonials of settlers at Fruitvulo.
KOOTENAY ORCHARD ASSOCIATION
Nelson, B, C.
INTERIOR PUBLISHING 00. Ltd
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Central Hotel
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Notice to Contractors.
Express
Draying
Storage
I Kinds of Light antl H -avy
Hauling Undertaken
J
ABRAHAMSON   01103.,   PROPRIETORS.
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From France, Holland and
Japan
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reliable varieties at reasonable prices.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, eto.
Oldest established nursery on the
mainland uf B.C.   dialogue free,
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uKAi.Kli TKNiiKU- siipersarlbad "'l..inl"rs
.) lo, took-iip," -'-ill l..'r...fnlvi'.l.|. Hi.-.,Hi™
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r oslore -i.ii.ir.I..v I he 2(1,1, .lay nl OHIO-
..r, im, lur llio erection and ooraplollonoln
l,(..'k-..|ini Keveli.oku,
Plans, ipouincallona, Rontrsot irtdformlo!
bonder in».y be soon.... nnd altor tho 7ti. .tny .,i
nifi.iii.fr. if...", at tlio Office oi tlioUovommen.
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Department, Victoria, B.O,
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SAFIv    PIANOS     "l'f
Dealer i    '. od   Oi      id Feed,
I'i  71. House Phone
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Uash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
J.
suitably furnished with the
market affords. Bust Wines,
Cigars,   kat;:s $i a day,   Monthly rate,
ALBERT    STOISTB    PROP.
choicest the
Liquors and
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands oi Wines, Liquorsand Cigars. Travellers to
Pish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF YOUNG,        -        -       Proprietor
JTT MAIRRY,   DOOTOR  or
I ili'i-jiiUr,    "Don't do a
I thing " Llll yon huc cluurly
* wluiiV li.t-,1. liy ulii ot
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
on Iiniii h, dloOMo, lovo, niun iuuumxl piuciitago
Tolls What you'd imk u doctor, liuL don't, liko to
SUO pagOH, iliiiHlmU'il, SHootiUt Inn tnlnlroiliiuo
limn- i mu! only lo uny iidult, for liotttuKo,
10 coiiLh.
M  HILL, PUB. 00.
129 East 28th Stroot, NEW YORK.
NOTICE
Rovelstoko bund District.
District ol Wost Ki.otc.ay.
Take notice that James P. Kennedy, ol llio-
olllowaot, II. 0, Minor, luteals to apply lor a
speoial timbor liconso ovor tl.o IoI1i.wI.ik do-
icrlnod lands:
i' i .dim at a liii"!- plaated on tl... iinrtli
liu.k.if ll.o nortl.-c.uil forkof Downlo Crook,
iihot.uix ...lies ..l.ovi. .1... Kink-iuul iimilfi-il
".luines P. Kennedy's S Vv, corner, thonoo 10
ch.ilah norlli, ll..'..co o.st IIVI ..Iinins, thenco
Mt...I. in chains, thonco west ioo ohnlns to
point ..f commencement, 00..1.1I1.I..K ein aoros
...or'1 or less.
Dated September Uth, IMI.
oct.1 sat JAMIffl P. KKNNKOY-
NOTIGE
Any person orfieranna found cutting 01 OSr,
rylng awsv timber off ihsuomsplls ...wnsito,
wiiliM.it i.-MfiiM-jMii [rom   tho owner Hon,
Hewitt II..K1... k, ..r hla ........ chi... Young,
will he prosecuted according lo law.
Plied this WU. .lay ol Aiigui... 1907
wed iug li 3m HZ WOT B08TOCK,
i
I
; Winter Serges
There's nothing more becoming
to most men than " Imperial'
Blue Serge.
It's elegant—always in good taste
—holds in shapeliness—and wears
wonderfully well.
"IMPERIAL"   Blue  Serge  is
woven in the best mill in England,
expressly  for  Fit-Reform.   It  is  guaranteed  absolutely
fadeless—retains its rich blue color as long as you care to
wear the suit.
In both single and double breasted styles.   $20. 216
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Revelstoke, B. C.
Kootenay ash-
ii pan is exception-
|\aBy large. Holds
a two-days accumulation. Re-"
*moved easily, like a dresser
drawer. Flanges attached to
(ire-pot guide all ashes into pan.1|§
LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, HAMILTON
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
Bring Your Purse
Along With You
to mil'store if you want to purchase
a New Carpel, Fine Oriental or Wilton rug, matting or linoleum and see
how much further its contents will
take you in purchasing than it will at
any othei store in lhe city. Our
Spring styles are ready for your
selection.
B. HOWSON & COMPANY
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Aot cf Parliament, 1855.
HEAD OFFICE, - ■ MONTREAL.
Wm. Molson Macmei.son, Pies. S, H, Ewinq,.Vice-Pres.
Jamks Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two branches in Canada and Agencies in all parts of tho
world.
interest credited four times a year at current rates on Savings
Uank deposits, until further notice.	
Mi. H. PRATT, Manager,
Uf.velbtokk, B. C.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country ol origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOK El   B. O.
'
r, MtHi*>UHiU*tUt*>Utttt*>U%« VI
P.   BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.   *
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REbJuHULo
Essay by G. Eliey which won
Prize Offered by Mr. A. C.
Flumerfelt for Besl Description of B. C.'s Forest Wealth.
[Continued Iron, lasl Issue]
M present there are about 2'*0 mills
in operation throughout the province,
rungiug from the one-saw portable
affair to lnrce plants equipped with
evory modern sawmill device. Roughly
speaking, thc capital invested in the
in.Iu*try, exclusive of timber limits,
would he nbout $10,00(1,000, with a
monthly payroll well over the million
dollar mark,
l'lie greatest activities iu the niiinu-
fictureof lumber are naturally centered uround those point! where proper transportation cnn be had lor
marketing the products, and yet not
too far dis....it from the buses of timber r upply. For this reaion nearly all
the large concerns are located at the
coast, where they have the advantages
ol both rail and wnter connection,
combined »ith their proximity to the
larger timber metis. But it must not
be in.plied from the above that the
industiy is confined tu this portion of
the province alone—mills are established all through tne interior, principally along the line of the C.P it, and
its branches. The northwest provinces
are the chief market for the output of
these interior mills, and tlie heavy demand fron. this source during lhe
lust few years has resulted in a marked
development of the lumber business
throughout this district, where the
manufacturer is iu u more favored
position iu catering tothe wants ol
the prairie market, espcci illy as regards height rates.
Ko lss noticeable, however, has
been the development in the older
established centres on the const, the
demand heing far in excess of what
the mills were able to handle, notwithstanding the fact that ovei three
million dollars have heen invested
during ihe last twelve months in the
installation of new plante and additions- .0 those already d dug business,
Nor ilr.es thero appear to be any
immediate prospect ol a falling oft' in
ileinni.d, on the contrary, present conditions indicate a further stiffening ol
the market, and it would seem, as it
the long looked f.r inilleniuni in tlie
lumber industry of the province had
arrived,
The total cut for 1905 has been
estimated at about 50.),OOJ,000 feet,
and last year's would probably exceed
this by at least 20 per cent, making
the total amount ot timber milled
throughout the province during 1000
approximately 000,000,000 feet. The
shingle market has ulso been brisk,
and prioes wull maintained. This
branch of the industry offers great
opportunities for the capitalist of
an..ill means. A great many of these
plants are ol thc portable variety, and
as soon as the supply of raw material
is exhausted in one district the oullit
is moved to another.
The principal markets ol the Britisli
Columbia mills in disposing of their
timber are the northwest provinces
and Manitoba, whioh use at leust 40
per cent ot the output of the coast
and practically the entire cut of the
mountain mills, or about GO per cent
ol all the lumber produced in the province. Iu lact, these..... ket,* are the
key to the industry, as with the exception of the local trade they are the
only sources which'absorbs the commoner grades, unsaleable in other
directions.
Owing to our disadvantages in the
matter ol freight rates, and the strong
competition from the southern pine
districts, the eastern Canadian trade
is not very extensive, except in shinies nnd heavy timbers, but gives
great promise for the future.
The lor.'ign husiness, by which is
meant the cargo trade, ranks next in
importance, the principal markets
being the United Kingdom, west
coast uf South An.erica, the Orient
und Austral..., nlthough shipments
lind their way to all parts ol lhe globe
and enjoy a high reputation wherever
sold. Tliis brunch of the trude is
curried on extensively by several ol
the coast mills who make a specialty
of catering, to it almost exclusively,
Up to the present the bulk of the
foreign business bus been handled l.y
sailing vessels, and this has been
something of a druv back owing to the
length of time required 111 delivery,
but steam freighters are now becoming more numerous, nnd their freight
rales reasonable enough to permit ol
the lumber being shipped in this way,
tints obviating the necessity of huviiig
to rely on tbe slower and uncertain
means ol transportation afforded by
sailers, One hundred million feet
may l.e taken as a lair estimate of the
o.irgo business done during 1000.
Tlie balance ol the cut, about 120,-
000,0110 feet, is represented by the de-
mauds ul the local market, nnd with
the gradual development ol the pro-
c - sump'-...1.
So  lar   nothing   has bid d..: e lu
aards  .1 il zing the 1 erne nl us .1111-
o'.i -1  material now  wasted  in the
production .<( lu.ub. r, lho greater part
of  it being eilher  Limit "i*  tlmmn
away nsr, I ise.   This ivasti, lepras mt-
ing .is it does  millions ol  Ieet every
year, cud nil  be ns 1 lo advantage
in tlie production  of any 1......her of
marketable commodities. In other
lumber centres, with the vi-ion uf an
ever diminishing supply of ihe raw
product before them, they have learned
its true value and are seeking to make
the most ot their opportunities while
1 bey lust.
Take the production of wood alcohol,
for instance. This is a flourishing
industry in itself in places, and yet
there is not a single plant in operation
in the province. The same remarks
apply to turpentine, which some of
our woods are ulso su'd to contain a
good percentage of.
Another opportunity for the utilization of lumber by-products is pie-
scnted in the manufacture of all
classes of uoodeuware nnd furniture,
for in this way a vast quantity ol
flrst-olass short material, now consigned to tlie lire or woodpile, could I e
worked up into saleable articles of
every description. Just what to do
with thii short lumber is one nf the
most aggravating problems which the
inilliiian has to contend with. Tl.e
local market alone would justify the
establishment of such a plant, to say
nothing of iis possibilities in other
directions. A glance at the factories
on tlie Ottawa river—Hull in particular—will shew what can be accomplished in this line.
Sawdust once considered of no use
whatever, except ae luel, i-i now manufactured into imitation marble, and
sold al a price in excess of the lumber,
'in the manufacture of which it was
created. Several plants of this kind
are in operation elsewhere, and pay
high dividends.
ln (act, there is no portion ol the
log which cannot lc put to some profitable use. A large portion of our
small timber, now considered worthless, is capable ol being utilized—
poplar, lor instance, a tree said lobe
highly adapted lor the manufacture
of excelsior.
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(To be Continued.)
Your money will be ub good as
"Oilier People's Money" at the Opera
House by tl.e Melrose Stock Oo., next
Thursday, Oct. 17th.
ini
Bewire of yellow oitiiuln s which
claim others have thi lethbridge
cual ! Tbey lie I You can get Lethbridge coal from one source only, and
that is fro... its agency.
Plaoe ynur orders with mo and get
the real goods at $8,50 pel ton for four
ton orders, weigh where you plei.se.
J. C. HUTCHISON,
AGENT.
James Evans
MEAT  MARKET
Dealers in Beef, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and Game in
Season. Orders promptly at
tended to.
First St. Revelstoke
NOTICE
Take notico that I, George T. Nowiimn, of
Ani.wlii'iiil. li. ('-. ui' llpulion OlorJfi illli'llil to
apply ror not mission to purchaso Lho following
described lauds!
Commonolng ut a pint planted atthe N,K,
corner of Clara McQuarrlo's Lot WW, thonou
north (in chain*, theueu wesl. 50 uliainn, thenee
smiiii i'i ohains, thenco uusUii chains, ihencu
south 1Dchains, tlienee east 10chains topoint
of commencement.
Dated HepL, Ulh, WW.
nop 21 sat        GEORGE T. NEWMAN.
JS OTICE
Rovelstoko I,ami District,
District of WflBt Kootonay.
Ta)..i iiiiiu-i! that Elijah McBean of Kovol-
stuke, H.C, oOCUpatlou Miner, intend; to
apply for Bpecial timlier licenses uver tliu foi*
Imwii.i; described la litis!
l, commencing ul a post plnuled two miles
east of the Columbia river, near llie south-cunt
cornor of Timlier Limit mini, and inarkod 'IC,
MoBoan's Uorth*WCSt conier," thonee east lliu
rli.iin-, thenci.1 soulh I'l ehnins, thonce went IUI
chains, thence north t'i (-limns to point of commencement, uud contuiniiiK t>10 acres moroor
loss.
Dated Dili .September, WW.
i, Commencing ul a pent, plantcil on thu
north ban), of iligiuouih Creek about i mile
above lho south fork, nml marked "L. Me
lii-,in > souih-west eorner,' thuncu north id
chains, thenoo oast I'i' clialns, tlieuo.) miii Ii lo
chains, Ihenee west liioto pouilof euiiiii.euou*
menl, and oontaining <«l" acres muru or Ickh,
JMled nth Heptombor, Mi.
X Commencing al a post plautud un the
Miiiiiiimiii.nl itiguiotith Urcokabout 8jmiles
ahuvu the south lork and in trkud "K MoBoan's
nmlli ca-l coruor," thence 01 ehuins suuth,
tlienee Kin chains wesl, thouco 111 ehains north,
tlienee IliO chains eatft lo point of commence-
meut, and ennluiiiiiig Dili acres muro or less.
1. Communcing ul a post planled on Uie
soulb hunk uf Higmoutb Creek about 111 miles
ii lm vc ibo south lurk antl maiked "K McHean's
uorlii-wesl eurner," Ihence I1) ohaius uasl,
Ounce IU chaius uorlh, llieuce IU chains uasl,
lbence ftU ebains south, ll'uneup) chains west,
Ihouco 10 chains soutli, thence tu ehuins west,
Ihencu BO chains north to point of cuiumoueu'
meut, and containing lliu aores muro or loss,
6, Commonolng at a pusl planted un tliu east
hank ol lilt-mouth Creek, uliuut live miles
abovo t'anjun Creek, and markod "li. Ale
Bean's nurth-west corner*," iburuu in chains
-milli, llieni'. pi ehains oast, tlionco -III uliuui-*.
suuth, thencu hu uliains un-a, llienco In ohaius
nortli, thunuu io ohaius wesi, llionoo 10 chains
north, i tn ir * ni chains wejt lu puinl of commencement, uml containing Oil) ueres more or
less.
Dated Ulh Hop! em her, 11107.
(I. Communcing at a pust planted HOU yards
south ol HiKinouili Creek and above lliu uurth
lork and murked "K. Alclleau's nurth-wusl cor*
nur," Ibuiiui' t*i chairs, lliencu NO chains soulh,
Ihunce DU clmins west, tbuiiee HU clmins north lu
point uf cuuimuiicuinuii, nud cuntaiuing HM
acrus mure ur less,
Dated lUlli -September, WW
sat sop iW KL1JAU MoBBAN,
rlogal a posi pi'.med nn rlfihl
< Smokv river, nlmui 21'0 vents
ih, imrkH "Waller Steinhoff's
I'ost," thence wesl hu ehalus,
lbence n»rih I'O elinlns, iheneeeast wi chaini,
ihence wm th hi ebni i.s in puint ol commence*
ment, containing (MU ai res inure or less.
■j. 11 m in cm-inn "i ,l post planted oil the
right I ink of lho soulb furk nf the Fraser
ri er, »■ b.mt-li mllo irom the month of lhc
LlttlaSmoky River, marked " Walter StolDhofl's
8, W, Corner Post," thence north so chains,
tbence eusl 80 cbnins thenee south 80 CUPins,
thence west 80 chains to tbe point of com-
menoemont, and containing (HO acres more or
less.
8, Commencing nt a post plunted on lhe
h'lt hank of the smith fork ol llie Frazer river,
about half a mile ubove lhe muuth of the
Little Smoky river, marked "Walter Steluhoff'a
H E, Comer Host," Ihenee nnrth 10 ebains,
thenee west IM cnains ihenee south -IDchuius,
tbeuce cast 100 ebalus lo the pnint nl commencement, and coutalnlugW0 acres moroor
less.
■I. Commoneliig al a post planted on lhe left
bunk ol lhe souih lork uf the I/iiimt Uiver
about hull h mile above the mouth of tho
Utt.oSraoky river, masked "Walter -telnhoff's
North-ca^tcornerpost," thenoe south40 ohains,
ihenee wesi 100 chains, thenoe north40chains.
tbence eust Hill elinins, to lhe puiut of commencement, uud coutulntnglMO ueres mure ur
Ickh,
ii. Commencing at a post plunted nu lhe
rlKUt hink ui tbe smith fork u( the Kruser
river, ab"iit 11 miles abuve lhe mouth ol lhe
Little Bmoky Uiver, marked "Walter stein-
heft's N.W. Corner Post" (henco south uw
chains, theuce eust-lu ehains, them-e nortli llkl
chains, tlience wesl lu ehains, lu the polul ol
commencement ami containing 040 acres more
or leas.
tl Commenoingat a post plnuled on the
right bank of tne smith furk uf the Fraser
river, about \\£ milos above tne mouth oi the
Little Bmoky Kiver, marked "Walter Steinhoff's
B. W, Corner 1'ost" tbence enst K0 chains,
thence uorth 80 chains, tneuce west so chains'
lbence suuth so ehuins to point uf cummeiiee-
ment, coutnining li-lu acres mure ur less.
Daled AugulLUnd, 11)07.
7 Commencing at a po t planted on the .right
bank nf the Little Bmoky itiver. ahout une
mile frum ils moutb, marked "Walter Stein-
hull's ri K corner nos:," theuco wesl HW chains,
thence north IU chains, thenee oast 100 chains,
thenco suuth 4<i chains tu puint of commencement nnd containing OH) acres, mure or less,
8 Commencing at a postdated on tho left
bank of the Little Smoky Uiver, about one
milo above its mouth, marked ' Waller Stoin-
bolf's y W comer post," thonco cast ion chains,
thenoo north 40 chains, tbenee wes'. 160 chains,
theuce smith HI chains to point uf commence-
men!, and containing 010 acros, more or less,
!) Commencing at a nost planted on tho right
bankof lho Littlo Smoky River, about one und
ono-half miles abovo its mum b mnrked "Walter
StoinllofFs ri K eurner post," tbence west HW
chains, thence north 40 ohaius, thenco east 160
clmins, thenco soulh 40 chains to point of commencement nnd cuntaining 040 ueres, mure or
less,
lu Commencing at a post plantod on thu left
bunk uf the Lillle rimuky Itiver, about, one and
one half inile-.abuve ils moutli, marked "Walter
StoinhofrsS W corner pust," tlienco east hit)
chains, ihence north PI cliains, thence west 10U
clmins, 1 hence suulh IU chains tu pnint uf cum
meneement aud containing (ilu acres mure or
less.
11 Cominonoing at, a post planted on thc left
bankof the Littlo rimuky Itiver, ubout two
miles from its mouth, marked "Walter Stein-
bun's ri W curuer pust." lhcnco east So chains,
lhcnco north SU ehains, thunce west SU eliains,
thonco south 80 chains to point of commence*
ment and contuiulng OW acros, more or lens,
12 Commencing at a post planted on tho lefl
bunk of lhe Littlo Smoky Itiver, ubout two
miles from its mouth, marked "Walter Stein*
hod's S K corner post," thuncu wesl 80 chains,
thenee north SU ebains, thencd cast 80 cbnins,
thenco south 80 chains to point of commencement and cuntaiuing tilu acres, mure or less,
W Cummuucingata post planted on the left
bank ol the Little Smoky River, ubuut threo
miles from Its mouth, marked "Walter Stein-
hull's S W corner pust," thenco casL 10U chains,
theuoe north 4n chains, tbence west lliu chains,
tlience south iu chains lu pointof commencement and containing 04u aores, more ur less.
H Commenringatiipostuhuitcdontherig: ,
hank of thc Llltle MnokJ Uiver, ubout three
miles from its inoulli, marked "Walter Stein-
hulls S K corner post, Ihonce west HW chains,
thencu north Pi chains, Ihunce cast lOOchains,
thence south 40chains to point of commencemeni und containiug (HO acres, more or less.
lo Commencing at a pust planted on Die left
bank of the Little Smuky Uiver, about three
and one-half miles from its mouth, marked
"Waller Steinholfs S W corner post," thunce
east HW chains, theuce north 40 chains, thencu
west 100 chains, theuce suuth lu chains to point
of commencement and containing 040 acres,
more or losu.
Dated August 6th, WW.
10, Commonolug at a post planted on tbe
right bunk »f the Little .-smoky Kiver, noma
3}j, miles Horn its mouth, murked "Walter
Sieinhoff'sSi K. Comer 1'ost," tlieuce west too
chains, ihenee north 40chains, theueu east UKi
chains, thence south 4U chains to tbe point uf
commencement and containing 640 aerea more
or less.
l" Commencingat a post planted un the right
bank ut the Litile Smoky lliver. abuut fuur
miles from its mouth, marked "Waller Steinhoff's 3, K Cornor Post," iheuce woiisu chains
thenee nortti su ehains, Jtheiite eust 80 chains,
theueu soulli tu chains to the point ol commencement and continuing utoueres moreor
less.
IS Ciiiiinftncing ul a post planted on the let
bauk of luo Little Smoky River, abuu h miles
above Its mOUlb, marked "Walter aUluUull's
S. ii, Comer I'ost," them-e nurth DO ehuins
thenco wostbu ehuins, ihonce aouth mi ehuins,
thenco east 80 chaius lo the puint ui commencement and containing 010 acres mureur
less.
19. Uommonoing ata post pluuted uu the
It-it bunk ni the Little Bmoky giver, abuul 6
m;le.s irnin its niuu.li, markeil "Walter Stein*
huff's SW corner post," ihence uurth su ebains,
thence east su i haius, theuce Miuth so clinlus,
tlienee west HU ehains lu the poiut of cum*
meucemeut and containiug 640 acres mure ur
less.
20. Commencing at a pusl planled on lhe
lell buuk ul lhe Little Smoky Liver, abuuiii
miles from its moutb, murked "Waiiei stein*
huffs.N.W. turner Host," thence suulh SU
ehains, llieuce cnsl mi chnius, tnence uurib so
chaius, thenee west SO i haius i.i ihe poiul ul
coiuuicui-cincul ami euiitaluhig Olu acres mure
or less.
'il, Cuiiiineneiug at a pusl. planted nu the
left bunk ul lhe I litlo tnnky Kiver, abuut six
mi leu fr.iin its muulli, murked "Walter Steinhoff's SW Corner 1'ost," I leneu north do chains,
llo.'iicv i-ast mi cliiiius, ilii'iici- minUi SU chains
tbenee west su ehuins io pulut of commences
meut, and eunliiiunig 040 acres mureur less.
Dated august stli, WW.
ti. Commencing at a post planled uu the right
bank of the Little Smuky river, a i.mii,' miles from
its mouth, inarked "Waller stuinlmtl n N W
curlier punt," tlience south **,0cliaitis,tlieucu eiiHt SO
elinins, tlicnte north SU ehains, tlienee west SU
chains lu the pnint of ciiiiimcni'oiucnt and containing u4U acres, nmre or less,
B8. Commoncing at a pust planted on the right
hank of tlu Lillle Smoky river, uboui 7 miles from
Us muulli, markud "Walter stciumill s S W
Corner post." thence nnrth SU chains, Iliuncu east
SUeliaiib, tlienee smith IW chains, tllOIICO   WOSt SU
chains tu tlio point nl commencement ami containing UIU acres, mom or less.
34. Coiumoiiolna at a post plauted on thu right
bank ..I ilu- i.iitl.-,stnnky river, about S miles (mm
its  uh, inarkod  "waltur BUdulioll's ,\ w
corner post," thonco south 80 chains, thenoe east
Hil chums, theuce inulli hi) chains, thencu west oU
eliiiiii.'. i" iln * 1'niiil  "I   I'uliimuiiceineill ami
laluiiiK mu acres, morn or hm
'Hi. OouimonoltUJ at a pusl planted mi lhu rigid
bank of the Lillle niuoky river, alumi S miles Irom
Its inoulli, marked ' Waltur .stehiholl's S W
cornor post.'1 thonco north 80 ohalna, thuncu east
su chains, tlienco south So chains, tlienee west uu
ehains lo lhu point uf com.0011001110111 ami coulaiuing cm acres, mure or lean.
Daled August Uth, IW07:
■Mi Commencing nt a post planted on the right
hank of llm Little Smoky river, aboutll mih-sfroiu
its muuth, marked " Walter riluiuhoO's N W
corner post," thence smitli su clialus, thencu east
Suulialn-i, theuce iimth SU chains, tlmiieu west Sn
chains to the point of cotuuionceineiit and containing OIU acres, mol*0 nr less.
•il Ooinmonollig at a post pluuted on tlm right
bank ul llm Little Smoky river, abuut ll miles from
ils moillll, uiarked " Walter Steinhult's H W
corner pust." llieuce north Su ehains, them-e oait
SU ehalus, tlionco smith --u chains, thenee wust SU
chains to the point of eoiumuiii'citiuul and coii<
talning <i III acres, moreor less,
ii Commonolng at a post planted on tlm right
hank ul thu east furk of thu Littlu miioky river,
abuulone-elulith milu above (he forks, markeil
"WalterMLelnholl's NW euinurpnst,"tliiJiicusmilli
hu chains, llieuce east Si) chains, tlieuce nurth so
chains, Ihence west tttl chains lo the point of emu-
meiiueiiient antl eontuliiing UIU acres, mure ur less.
SJ, Commonolng at a pusl planted uu the right
lumi, ni iln- .-iui imk nl the Little Smoky river
a Imiii nue ciglii. mil.' abuve lhe forks, marked
"Walter Steliiliull's H W corner imst," thencu
uurlh Su ehalus, thenco east so eliains, thuncu
■muili SU ehains, thuuee west SO chains to the point
of eomntuncoiueiil and conlaining 010 acres, mure
ur less,
so. Commenolng ata post planted on ibe right
hank ul the east fork nf the Little Smoky river,
about uiu and uue-eiglilh inllus fmm thu furks,
marked "WulturStuiuholf'H N W cortiur post,''
immetiO'Og Ht apist planted un th ■ rigid
liura.t fnrk nf the Liiu- umuk)  rivei
iu ami nne-eight miles from Its forka,
'Walter StelnhofTa s W corner pnat,"
tlieuce north sn chains, ilitneu oast tM chaina,
tlienee suuth 80 chains, thence woat su chains to
the point of commencement and contaiuiug 640
■res, more m leuu,
n. Commencing at a noil planted on the right
hank nf tho cast fork of itm LiltK-Smuky river
djoutsmllea from ih forks, markud "Walter
toinlioiffl N W corner poat," lbence soulb 10
haina, thence caat HK) chains, thence north 4U
haina, tlience west ltiij cliains to the point of
ommencemeut mid containing UW acres, more or
CSS,
88, Commencing at a pnst planted mi the right
bankof I he east fnrk of the  Little  Miioky  river
about2 mllea from its forks, marked "Walter
Sleiiiliull's S W enrner post," tlience north 4U
ehains. ihencu east WU chains, thenee south 40
chains,  tlieuce  ivest   WU chains to the point of
commencement aud containing oil) acres, more
ur less,
Datod August 10th, 11)07.
84. Cniiimi'iiciiig at a pnst planted on the right
Imnk of the ea«t fork of tho Littlo Smoky river
 ut 4W mllea from Ita forks, mtrked 'Walter
Sluluhoira N W eornor post," theuce south itm
cbvlna, thencu east 40 cfiulna. ihencu imrth lee
dn ina, theuce weat 40 chains to tin- poini of com*
meucemeut and containing040aerea, moteorleaa.
83, Commencing ut a [mst planted on the right
bauk of the east fork of tho Litile Bum-y river
ubuut ik milos fr its forks, marked "Walter
SL'inhu.t.,s w corner puat," thuuee north ni
uhalns, ihenco east tu chains, theiivi   smith uu
chains, Ilienre wesl 80 clmins to l I.  I I Ol Ci III-
meneement and containing 040 ai res, iiwre or less.
BO, Commencing at a post plauted i u the right
hank of the east fork of [lie Litile Smoky river
about I'i miles above ils forks, marked "Walter
Steinholfs N K corner post," tlience south 100
chains, llionce west 40 cnains, ihence north iy
chains, Ihence east tu chains In the point of com
ineacomont and containing uiu acre***, nmre ur less.
:C Coinineneilig at a post planted on the right
bauk of the oast fork of tbe Little Smoky river
about 8i4 miles from Its forks, marked "Walter
StoinhotTs S W cumer puit" thunce imrtli no
chains, tliouce east 80 chaini. thence suuth so
chains, theuce ueat Wl chains to the point ul com-
munceuiout and Containing OIU acres, mure or less.
UB. Commoncing at a post planted uu lhe right
bank of tlu-east forkof the Little Smoky mer
ahull! .'i'i iniles from its furks, marked "Walter
Steilllioll's N W corner post," thenes east So
chains, tneuce suulh 8U chains, thence west So
eh tins, llienee north mi ohaius tu tlie point uf commencement and containing 840 actoa, mme or lew.
Dated August Wth, WW.
80. Commencing at a jm.it planted on the right
bank nf the east fork uf thu Little Smuky river
ubuut Uli miles from its forks, markud ' Walter
Steinholfs S W comer oust," ihenee imrlli BU
chains, thuncu east SO ciiains, thenee smith SO
chains, thenee west SO ehains lo the poiut uf emu-
meticometit and containing 040 acres, mure nrless.
40. Commencing at a pnst planted on the right
bank-of the east tork of ihe Little rimuky uver
about BJ- miles from its forks, marked 'Walter
Sleiuholl s N W corner pusl," thence east all
chains, thence soutli SU eliains, thenco wesl M
clmins i hence north su chains io the puint of com
moncomeut and coutalnlug 610 acres mure ur less,
Dated August 18th, wo;.
41. Cummencing at a post planted on the right
hank nf the uast furk of the Lillle Smoky river
about 7,4 miles from Its forks, marked "Waller
Steunioil s N W corner post," thenee east tu
ohaius, thonce south Su chains, theueu west SU
ch tins, tiience um th -n chains lu the point uf commencement and I'uiiluhiiiigUlU acros, more or less.
ii. Commencing at a post planted on ihu right
bank of the east furk of the Littlu rimuky river
about 71*8milos from its forks, marked "Walter
Steiuhull"s s W eorner pust." thenee north to)
chains, tlieuce east SO chains, theuce soutli mj
chains, theuce wt st mi chains to thu point of commencement ami cuntaining 0W acrus, more or less,
Dale.) August llth. WU7,
4:1, Commencing at a post planted on ihu
right bank ol  the east furk ol   the   Little
Bmoky itivor. about8Ji miles from its furk:
maraud "Walter Steinuoff'a in W Corner Post,
llienee east SU chains, tbence soutli S'l chain
theuce west SO ehalus. thence nurth SO ci.alm
tu lhu point of commeucemeut uud cunluluing
Olu acres more or lest*,
44. Commencing at a post ulanled on thu
rlglit bank of the east fork ui the Little Smoky
Kiver, about S'/, miles above Us lurks, marked
" Waller Stoluboff's S W Corner Post," thence
north SO chains, thence easi so chains, tlieuce
soulb SOchaius, theuce west SU chuius lo tbe
point ol commencement and coutaiuiug 040
acres mere ur luss,
Dated August lath, 1007.
45, Coniiuencing at a post planted ou the
rignt bftnV nf.i'ic east furk ul lhu Little Smuky
Kiver, ubuut u^ milea itovrits lurks, luarneu
" Waller Sicinhuff's N W Coruer 1'usl," thencu
east so chains, thunce aouihgu chains, tbeuce
west DU chains, theuce north su chaina lo the
puiut ol commeucemeut, aud containing 010
acres more or Ids,
40. Commencingat a poat planted on the
right bank of ihe easl fork of the Llltle Smuky
liver, abuut nine and a half miles from it's
forks, marked "Waller Steinhoff's SW Corner
Pust," theuce nortn so chains, theuce east tw
chains, thuncu south uo chaius, theuce west Su
eliuiiis lo ihe point of commencement and
containing (Hu acres inoreor less.
Daled AUgUSt Wth, 1007,
47. Coniiueiicingflt a post planted on the
right bank uf ilic east lurk uf the Llltle Smoky
Kiver, about ten and a half milea frum ita
;urks, marked "WulierSleinuuff's N W Corner
Post," theuoo oaat su chalna tlieuce auuth Su
chuius, theuce westSU chains, theuce nortn Su
chnius 10 ihu point of commeucemeut ami
coulaiuing Uui aerea more ur less.
48 Uommonoing at a imst planted 011 the
right bank of tlie easi furk uf tne Little Smoky
itiver, about ten and a hull miles abuve Its
forks, marked''Walter Sleluhofl'a sw comer
Host," ihunce nurih SU chains, thence east su
uhalns, thencesouth 8U ohaius, theuce west mi
chains, tu me point uf commencement and
containiug (Mu acres tuoreur less.
40. Commencingat a post planted ou the
right bunk oi tbe east lurk ul the Liulu smoky
Kivor, about eleven and a naif miles from lis
[orks,marked 'Walter .-leiuhuff's BW Comer
1'usl," llienee nurth to chains, thoneo east au
chains tlionco south 80 chainB, tbence west SO
uhaius lo the pulut of coinmeucumeul and coutnining -In acred muru or lesa.
Datud august i7ih, I.W.
50. ommeiieing at a post planted on the
right biuiJK ul toecu.ii lorn of tlie Little smuky
uiver, about eleven uud a in.il miles from as
1 irks, marked ">. alier Bteluhoft'a N W Corner
I'i, "thoucocost hu chain.-, tlience soulli bu
el,...,i.- ilieucc ivesl80 ohaius,tbeuce uoruae
chain* 1 ihe puinl uf commencement and con-
taiiiit *.  (- . res mure ur less,
51 Com.iioui ingat a post planted un the
light bunk ol tne easi tork ol tue Little Bmok)
It-Tver about ueivu miles aud a hull imm Ua
forks, marked •• >\ alter Sieiuhoff's .s \\ Corner
I'.i-t." iiuu. i-cu-i su clialus, theuce suutn »"
ehuins, iheuce west bu ciiains, ihence uonh 80
chains tu imiili.it cnuimenceuieiilanl containing liiu acres inure or less.
iii. Commenolng at a post planted on the
right hunk of thu east fork uf lhe Little rimuky
Itiver, aboul twelve and a half miles from Its
furk*-, marked "Walter StelllhofTi S W Corner
Pont," thuncu norlh »0 chains, thenee cast 8u
ehuins, thencesouth SO chains, Iheuce west SU
cbaius 10 thu puiut of commencement, con*
luiniug Olu acres more or lc --,
Daled Augusl Wih, 190",
-1.1 Commonolng at n post planted on the
right bank of the otutforkof the Lillle Smoky
Ilivor, about thirteen uud a half miles from
thu forks, "marked Waller SleinbolTs N W
Cornur 1'usl," theueo east on eh tins, tlience
south ml chains, Ihenee WOSt 80 chains, thence
north SOohains to the point of commenoement
uml containing oto aoros mure or len,
ol. Uommonoing at A posi planted on the
re ni bunk of thu east fork of the Llltle
rimuky lllver, abuut thirteen and une ball
miles frum iix fork-., narked "Walter
LjtolnhoiTi S W Cornor Poit, thonce north m
chains, ihonoe out su ohaini, thenco south su
chains, thenci; went fill ohalni to the point ul
commencement mid containing Ota acre--, more
or less.
Dated August SDtb, 1007.
66.   Commencing at a pMt planted uu the right
bank of tho east fork ol the Little smoky river
ahollt Ilk miles from lhu forks marked 'Walter
Stolllliolrs N   W  corner post," tllODCB BUl   60
chains, thence souih hi clialns, [bancs west fc<
1 iinins, thenoe imrih B0 chaini to the pnint ol com-
1111 necuienl and containing M0 ai res, more or less,
50. Commencing at 1 pnal plnuted on ihe right
bnnk of the oast fork of lln Llttls Bmoky river
about lilt miles Ilniu the forks, marked "Walter
Hleinhoit's s w corner poat," tm-ik*-* nortli %
chains, theuce easl  90  chains,   thetice   si.ulh   W)
'hams, ihem-u weit *u chains to ilu- point of cum.
mencomont and containing uiu acres, nmre oj less.
Dated AugustUUt, wo?.
57 Commonclng at a poit planted on the
right hank uf the uurth furk uf lhu Little
riinoky Uiver, about one mile from the lurks
marked "Waller riteinhoir-l S K corner po-t,1
thoncu notth HW chains, Ihencu WOSt lu Chains
thuncu Hotifh Hii chains, llmuce east I'i chain
to polut of euinmcncc'iiiciit ami ■ oiii.niiii.g nc
acres, moru or less.
,.s Commencing at a posl planled on the
right, bank of the nortli fork of the Little
Smuky Hivur, about oue mile from the forks,
marked "Walter ritclnholf-,ri W corner pMtV
Ihencu north 100 chains, Ihunce en-d 40 chains,
tiiunuu suulh HW uhalns, thunce west lo chains
lo point of uummuueuinunl aud oontaining6W
acres, moru or luss,
Dated August -i'lth, WW.
50 Cnmmoncing ut n post planted ou tho left
bankof thc north fork of the Littlu Smoky
111 ver, about three milos frmn the forks, marked
"Walter StelnhofTa SW comer po«t,"thenco
norlh S'l chains, thuncu ca."t SU chains, thunce
soulli Su chains, thenoo west 8*1 chains to point
of i'onimciii'1'iiu'iii and containing Olu acres,
more ur lew,
IW Cominonoing ot a post iilanled on thc left
bank of the north for* of tho Little Smoky
of oomuiBiicetnonl and   uauiintug 61 acres,
more ■ r le«a.
ui Comi leoclngat u pot 1 InuU-d on the lift
buk or the north fuik of Lhe Little Smuky
River, abuut four milt* from the f^rk-, runrkea
"Walter StuinhufTi IS ff corner post, lbence
eaal 160chaius,tbenoe*uuth Ij cbaina,! 11*1100
weal ii?' 'bain-, thence north 40 chaina to point
of commencement and containing 611 acixa,
Inure ur il*—.
Dated August 2lth, 1907,
A'ALTbK MKINHUKK,
Applicant,
by ALKX, LSTUIKR,
sat sep '.'I .ttj.-ul.
NOTICE
HevelifUikii L/mtl District.
Di*triot of u'u-i iiouu-.ia)-.
Tnke null e mm Audrey* Kitson, or
KsveistOM', 13. 0., ..liner, Intends to
upply foi' a Bpecial limber license over
tl... ...ll...viiiK described lnmls:
1. Uoui.neocinK m u post planted
.... qilflllcl III He aim ve the l.l.l III folk
f Flat Creek, ..n the north hank, and
market. "Andrew Kilson's S.E. Uorner," ihen.-e .....lh 4U iliains, tbence
.vest lOOchaioi. tbence south 40 chains,
ilien.-e enst   100   ch.(ins  lo  point of
.iiiiinieijii-ineni,  .iml containing OIU
iiti's more orless,
Dated Augusl 20th, 11*07,
2. I'..(lime..ting .it a posl planted
nns quarter mile above lhe nor.h fork
uf Flat Creek on tbe norlh bank un.l
inarked "Andrew Kitson's S, W. Oorner," thence noiih SO chaini. thenee
east 80 chains] ihenee smith su i-haius,
theme well Si cbalm, to point of
commencement and containing   010
,ti-lt-s mole or less.
Dated August 20th, I0u7.
3. Commencing al a post planted
uh..ui one mile ami three-quarters
i.elow the north fork of Flat Greek, on
the norlh hank, ami marked "Andrew
Kitson's S,\V. Uorner," .heme north
rUiIini..-; thence ef.si lOchains, thence
south 40 chains, lbence east 40 chains,
thence soulh 80chalns, llienee wesl40
i haliif, ihence nonh lOchains, llienee
west 40chains to point of :oniuience-
nieni and containing s40 acres mure or
less,
D.iteil August 20th, 1007.
Anehkw Kitso-i.
NOTICE
in the mutter of an application for the
issue of a duplicate of the certificate
of title for Lot 12, Itlock 18, in lhe
town of Kevelstoke.
NOTICE is hereby given that it is
my intention to issue at the expiration
of one month from the first publication
hereof, a duplicate of the certificate of
title for the above lot iu the name of
Soren Ballegaard, which certificate ii
dated the 14th day  or January  1901,
and numbered 4lWk. and 40;ilk.
Laud Registry Office, Nelson, B. O.,
Oth September, lou?,
H. P. MacLeod,
 Distrit t Registrar.
NOTICE.
Ilevelstoke Land District.
District uf V> est Kuotenay.
lake notice thil K. A. Bradley, of Revelstoke,
li. C, occupation Miner, intends to apply for
special timber licenses overthe following described
land**: « *
1. Commencing at a post planted on the eut
sideof Columbia tint and one and a half mile*
eatst of (Juluuibia river and twuand one half milea
uurlh of Hig .Muulli Creuk, and marked " K- A.
Bradley's X. W. comer post,'' running south 80
chain!), theuce east SO chains, thenc* nurth 00
chaiua, theuce weal 90 chains to point of commenc eni ent.
i. Commencing at a post planted on the eaat
side uf Culumbia river *u.l east of Columbia river
une and a half miles and two and a half miles
uu.'hoflpii Mouth Creek, and marked " K. A.
BradlefS & W. corner post," running north so
chains, thence t*.-..-.  ?.' chaina, thence south SO
iliains, tbence we-itsU Chaius "te pint of con-
meneement.
Dated ihia mh day of August, 1907.
3. Commencingat a post planted on ths eaat
.-Me of Columbia river and east of Columbia river
one and a half miles and une mile south oj Ki-jht
Mile Creek, aud marked "K. A. Bradley'i N. K.
curuer post," ruuumg south tm chaiint tlieuce
west bu chains, thence nonh tju chains, ihence
east ao cbaina to pomi ol commencement.
4. Couiuieuciiig at a post planted un tha eaat
side nt Culumbia river ami east of Culumbia river
une aud a half miles and one mile suuth of Eight
Mile Creek, and marked **K. A. Bradley'**. 8, E.
enrner pusl,'' running north ou chains ihence west
BO chaiua tbence south ao chaus, thence easibO
chaius tu point uf commencement.
Commeneing at a pnst plaut«d on the east
side of Columbia river and eist of Columbia river
une and a half miles and one mile suulh of Kichl
.Mile creek, and iu.tr*,ed *E. A Bradley'i N. \V.
corner poat.' running eeutb 80 chains, Uience east
oo chaina, ihence north 80 chains, theuce west so
hams to point of commencement,
ti. Commencing at a pust plautod on the east
Ide of Columbia nver and one and a half milea
last of Columbia rivet and nue mile souih of Eight
Mile Creek, and markeil'* B. A. lira Hey s S. VV.
irner poat," running nortb SOchains, theuce east
Su chains, tlu-nce south bu chains thence west SO
chains io puint of c uiu meneement.
Dated thu j?tb day of August, mi.
7, Commencing at a poat planted on the west
aide of Columbia river and west of the Columbia
river one hundred chain* and three miles -tuiiih of
Maloney Creek, and marked "K. A. Bradley's N.K.
eurner pusl,'' running south bo chains, thence wesl
A) ciunis, tnence north &y chains, tbence east so
chalna in point uf cuiuuiencement.
Dated mis i&th day of August, iw".
s. Commencing at a pust planted on the west
sido of Colombia rivot aud one and a half milea
west of Columbia river and one mile north of
liurne Creek, and marked " K. A. Bradley'i 8. E.
corner pust,'' running nurth &u chains, thenco weat
an chains, iheuce south no chains, thence east SO
chains tu point of commencement,
4.  Commencing at a pust planted uu the west
side nfCuluiDUia river ami two ami a half miles
went of Culumbia river and uue half mile norlh ol
Home Creek, and marked "B. A. Bradley'i a. E.
curuer pust," running uurth ao chains, thence wait
80 chains, tnence south sochains, theoce east 80
haius to puiut uf cummencement.
Dated this -uth da> of August, lwo;.
iu. Commencing at a post planted on the north
side uf Hurne Creek and uue mile irum ils mouth,
and marked "B, A. Bradley'i B. E. eorner pust,
niiiuin,-< nurth &" chains, thence woat su chaiua,
ihence sooth 80 chains, tbeuce east so cliains tu
point of commencement, - ..j
11, Commencm-*, at a post ptanteil on the north
side of Home Creek aud uue mile hum its muuth,
and marked "E. A. Uradluy'sN. K. corner pnst,
riiiiinii-' suuth Su chains, thence west So chains
ihence north SU chains, thence easl SO chaini to
pomt of romiucnceim-nl.
\i. Commencing at a posi planted on lhe north
-•ide uf H"nie Crenk and twu miles from ita muuth,
and in.ukcil "E. A. liradlei's B. E. corner poat,"
running west Su chains tbence nnrth tn cliaim,
thenco west bu chains, tht nee, north 40 chains,
thenoe eut 80 chains, thence south nu chains,
thence seat N chains, thence aoulh in chaiua
to point of commencement.
Dated thia 80th day of August, 10(17.
18, Commencing at a post planted on the
treat side of Columbia river and uno mile west
uf Columbia river nnd one inile nuutb of Home
Creek, and marked " K, A. Hradloy'H N. B.
oorn ei posL" running soutb m ebains, theuce
weatSOcbalns. tiience north tt chains, thence
wut ni Ohaini to [-oinl of commencement
Dated this 81st day uf August. IJOT.
Miwpt;   KDWAitii AUffUST BHADUCY,
Hubert Ajie Hl.u-kmurc, Aguni
NOTICE.
Hevrlr-tokc Uml DMriet.
Distriot of Went Kuutenav.
Take nolice lhat Hubert I- Uoodmati, of Marinette, Wis,, r..-.A..i.Kv.i|>.,iii.ji lumberman,in*
tends to apply for special timber licences over
tbe followim* dcfcri-bcd Und-:
1. Commencm*-* it a poll planted on tbe
•■it-1 branch ol Italy creek, Hbout threedourih
mllea Imm lurks, and 6 mllea Irom moethol
limy Creek, marked "Hubert r.tiuudmau'a
souih-west comer puat," thenco So ehalna
north, thence w cbaina eaal, theuce 80 chalna
aoulh, Ihence S'l chains west to plaoeol commencement.
Dated oth Sept, 1W7,
i. Cummencliii' at a poat plauted 2U mllea
Up Canyon creek, marked 'Hubert h wood*
man's south-wesl comer post," ihence 100
chains east, theuce 4U chaiua norlh, thence 110
chains weat, (hence 40 ohalna south to place of
couiuieucemcM,
■ Daled 18th dept, H*>7.
MJBbi.T F. 0OODMAN-
lat oct fi Charles Copp, Agent.
"NOTICE, *
1, Alexander Merrsll, of Salmon
Arm, declare tbat my wile hai lelt my
bed and board of her own free will and
without cause and that I wiil not be
responsible lor any debts that she or
my children may incur Iron, thii date.
Oct. 2nd 1907.
AuaAKDU UsBiiU, MIX   iHJau*njcuiive
I'l'M-lSHKli WEDNESDAY ANU f'ATUK
DAY AT
HEVELSTOKE. B.C,
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Mdbphy,      Hakolp Fishbb
G
1LLAN A ELLIOTT.
Barrister,,| Solicit,.!*., Etc.
iU:VKL*T0K.:iM.lK..l'l l.AKKIi. C,
('. K  0.LU.H. J- C. Kl.l.H.TT.
fl"
ARVEY, McOARTEK
AND PINKHAM,
BARKIS rFRS, BOLI0ITOR8, ETC.
OmCE* :  Im -Kltiai- Hank  Bum,  Hkvkl-
'stoke, H.C.
Mffoey to loan.
Offlaw: Revelstoke, B. C: Cranbrook, 11.0,
Uso. S. McC'aktkh,
A.. M. PlNKIIAH.
Revelstoke, B. 0.
J. A. Rahvey,
Cranbrook, B, I*.
J. M. Bcott 1X.D
nOOTT   AND
W. I. Brlggs,
BRIGGS
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
Money to Loas
solictt..R8(,k..r;.\I.)lsons Bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
J AS. A. McFARLANE
ASSAYEK 4 CHEMIST
AK»y of all Ores, Simplei by mellor expresi
receive |.ri.ro|.*. attention.
Terms Moderate.
Addseu     •     ■    ■     B..J 132 Kaslo, B. C.
-pOBERT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Surveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 106, Revelstoke,
pOLIN CAMPBELL,
Pbov.sc.il Assayeb 4 Chemist,
Notary public, Etc,
Phone 2     NEW DEKVKR, B.C      P.O.Box 10
-riDWARD A. HAGGEN
MINING ENGINEER
(Member American Institute of
Mining Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelsti.kk, B. C.
Mine Management, Examinations
and Reports.
Reports compiled, Plans and Blue
Prints of Land, Timber Limits, Mines,
Mills and Buildings prepared in shape
for submission to prospective Investors
or purchasers,
lake our part und shure in the
government and well being of our
country nnil thus act the part of
good citizens and exhibit true patriotism that makes a nation and a
people, and thus by example create
a spirit of emulation. Above all it
ia the duty of Canadians to take
part in all public mutters, and not
he inclined to conlinc ourselves,
our th.nights, our time and attention only to the consideration of
our private affaire; rather let us
make nucrilices and do our shure us
citizens else we will be reoreant to
our great trust. The ambition to
take part in public, municipal und
provincial affairs should he encouraged in the rising youth that he
may be ably lilted to carry on the
great work of empire building commenced by his predecessors. There
is no greater exhibition of sellish-
ness extant than thut which we
lind in men who sit back un.l tnke
no pert whatever in municipal
affairs and yet at all times ure
ready and willing to criticize,
grumble and complain ot those in
authority. The true Canadian
spirit is to see that right und justice prevails and moreover to always remember that we prove
ourselves worthy offsprings of the
Motherland und emulate those who
labored, fought and died for Clod
and the right.
ly cleaned out and put in repair.
As regards ih.. Mi. Victoria tri.il
nothing apparently hns been .lone,
nllhough the oity lms ottered to
put up hall tlit- t'o-.. as a donation
to the Tourist Associiition, for this
work, on condition thut the government will do the sniiie. Thai
the heuefits that will accrue to
Uevelsloki! if ihis scheme is ever
curried through cannot he overestimated, und the people feel I hut
some action sliould be taken and
something done in the mutter,
Realizing that the grant must he
proleoted und also lhat one of the
chief assets to Revelstoke, the water
supply which has its source in tbe
tract of Innii be secured to the city,
the people huve put in their claim
tor the construction of the trail
whicli will open up this natural
park und be another attraction to
lhe city.
0|ltfU!>,<,   , nt,  wiuui,,   nm
nre ahead of all others.
M
ISS M. E. CREIGHTON
TEACHER OK PIANO, VOCAL
HARMONY COUNTERPOINT, etc.
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations.
STCDIO-At  Mrs. J.  C.   Hutchison's Cot
naust.t Avaoue.
Kbe nDaiUlbevalb
" 1 would . . . earnestly advise them for
tbeir good to order tliis paper to be punctually
i-. rv,... up, and to be looked upou it-* a part of
the tea equipage.*—Addison*.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12,1907
TRUE CANADIANISM,
There  is no part of  Canada in
which the true Canadian spirit can
be more lully awakened and fruitfully  thrive than in our great
West     Endowed with a population that represents the cream and
flower oi   the  many  lands and
climes from which those who people it have come, it offers by nature  vast material   resources  to
those who will legitimately work
for them.    Optimism should be at
tbe heart of all whoesiay the great
west and the feeling of sectionalism should be forgotten as we look
afar tu the boundaries of this great
land  and  realize its  possibilities
and  immensities.     Many  people
coming out  here imbued with the
idea that their native land is the
best place, and comparing conditions there with Canada, forgetting
probably that the very newness of
Canada  muy  be  some cause for
consideration when making comparisons, whicli under such conditions are more or less odious, have
found in the west an extended and
enlarging horizon, breathes stronger air and imbibe lhe enterprise
and the  hope in the optimism of
Canada's  Great   West, and above
all the true spirit ol Cana.iianisrn.
Ai we rub shoulders with all kinds
of people, striving more or less lo
indirectly aid  the development of
Canada and  make  a  home  for
themselves and families for generations to come, we  should  for the
nonce forget all except that we aie
sons of Canada and working in
spirit, lie it in the field, the workshop, the counting house, or olliee.
Thie Canadian spirit should be ai
broad ae the flag to which we owe
our allegiance, and as we welcome
all comers who are desirable Bet-
tiers and who will work for the de-
yelopment and prosperity of Canada, it is our bounden  duty to
instil in them a apirit of true loyal-
LEGION OF FRONTIERSMEN.
Advices from England slate that
a recruiting marcli of tho Legion of
Frontiersmen will be curried thru'
Kent this yeur, culling  at all the
chief cities in that county.   The
conception  of  this  movement of
Frontiersmen is excellent but the
actual practice is decidedly lacking
in the lirst principles of what the
ideas of  this organisation  really
were.     It  seems  rather doubtful
what good cnn arise out of recruiting men for this Legion in England,
nnd what it cnn accomplish,   For
a regiment or corps of this sort to
be of any material use on a frontier or   among mountains   nnd
among other conditions such as are
found in Canada and other countries where warfare would bo carried on under circumstances more
or less guerrilla, men  should be
enrolled    from    those   countries
alone; msii used to mountain life,
and  accustomed  to travel in tbe
foreBt, or in plnees where more than
ordinary common sense is required
to march in safety and where there
is very little of  anything definite
as a guide; it is here that the fron
tiersmt.i should be recruited only,
who can act ns guides nnd scuts
The  man in the city cnn never
operate in the  forest or mountain
and if the Legion of Frontiersmen
is to be of  any  material good its
number should  be recruited from
districts nnd sections where topographical conditions and mode ol
ife make the guide, the scout, the
mountaineer, tlie trapper and the
woodsman.
BIO BEND TRAIL.
What development hns been going on in the Big  Bend district is
but n mere scratch ns to what can
be done, and with the facilities provided to aid   that development,
some of the richest and most valuable districts  und tracts of  lnnd
can be opened up and the resources
turned to account.    At the present
time the only means of getting inlo
the Bend  is  by steamer as fnr us
Downie Creek and by trails branching in   various  directions, tapping
the different    properties,  timber
berths,   etc.,   that   nre now being
operated for commercial purpose,-,
The  Big Bend trail win. h,- the
main line, ns it were, Into lhat
district is by m. mean-  as good as
it Bhould be,    Reports nre being
continually brought In ol the bad
and   dangerous  condition of  the
trail  antl of   the dilliculties met
with   by   pack   trains  on almost
every  part of  it, and when it is
remombered what a rich district it
is nnd how lnrge a source  of   revenue, not only to private concerns
but nlso to the government, it will
at once  be seen thnt tbe keeping
open of this trail  mul its thorough
repair should be effected,    Revel-
stoke is dependent to a great extent  upon   the developing of the
resources   in   thnt   part nnd those
resources will never be fully innde
UBe of until the mentis of access to
them is secured.   Tbe government
should be niude to realize that this
is a matter which needs attention.
INTERESTING
DESCRIPTION
Of lhe Revelsloke Independent
Band and its Foundation in
1892—An Organization Deserving of Praise,
Mr, and Mrs, Tapping have kindly
furnished ub with sonic copies of the
Kootenay Mail dated 18112, giving
s .ino interesting items of news of
Revelstoke at that period, One issue
in particular, dated September 21,181)2,
gives ii very interesting description of
thc institution of the Kevelstoke Independent Bind, showing that musical
talent, had its birth in tlie early iliys.
The item reads thus:
"Revelstoke can now proudly boast
of having the nucleus ut a brass band,
several instruments late!y belonging
to tl.e delunct C.P.R band at Kamloops having been brought over this
week by Mr. II, Coursier. And now
the i. venings are rendered melodious
(or otherwise) by the various strains
o! tlie big buss, the baritone, the nlto
and the cornet, with the shrill notes
ol the tile, piccolo and olarinct to be
heard above the screaming of locomotives at the station. 'Music hath
charms,' but not yet. Deep and
mysterious Bounds—sometime., like
the walling of lost spirits in 'dudes,
and nnon like muttered thunder
growling far down some gloomy can-
yen — emanate from two or three
buildings on Main street us the passerby hiiBteiiB to the post ofliae lor his
evening mail. It is Iron, the shoemaker's shop that tbe most blood-
curdling .....I I.air-raising groans issue
lorth Into the triu quit gloaming, and
although the door is closed lo deaden
the sound it is no go, the vibration
making the sidewalk tremble; while
across the way the tooling of the alto
essaying a bugle call seemi to act as a
Btimului lor "Sam" to put ou . .ure
Iteam—or, rather, wind. Well, ive
must give the boyi a chance to de > p
tbeir capacity lor wind and music,
too, before indicting thsm si I my
disturbers ol thc peace—they will
come in bandy to augment the terrors ol the t. ggan slide d irii g tl e
mow season. Th • ■ n y fau I •■•■■ i -
t.. find is that ' S im - inil
HIOHT have been i lev, lizes i:,rger
It seems rather sl - a     ig ••
young man like him :    tote s    ind
such a miniature affair.    We b i
drummer, too, of  the  Brst,  bul   the
drum—ah,  now  is i
musical and patr otic i    lent
in aud "buy the boy a drum.'  By-tl •-
bye, there are two first-class tamboui
iocs in town, both By kno. k-
ing out tbe ends ■ .rrel and replacing them with tbe ' in b lurinci
we should have a hoi . id.
je.p.al to anything i '■•-, In a en in this
lily—excepting, ..I co - - Mc ; u -
nondescript and   Fred   I'r..-.-
Hell. ■ 1 other high falut-
■   ■  -       -        .
with envy when they hear that Bevel-
-'- i.e |,..*.      ... ,l hnl      l.iuil
It .-  il  i ul   fi in aral i
mu   :, ii the band m idi  ■ -    ,       ..
"Declaration ol Ind. pendonoi     -1
ii hai held ever ii n e and I
institution in Rev. •* ■     day, which
bus been born, grown   ip   p
and kept together sm  I. irm. ,   u
that, deserves rn..'.. the   unanimoui
support..! the people,
Local Rovolstoko
£o(.ir.list r'a. J.y of Canada
Meet* I'lrat nnil Tl.ir-I Wednesday in tlie m.it.il
in Selkirk il'dl,iinatnir..,nts .'..... Subject!,
illarua-l....—"arrail.gliie.il ..f Caiiltallhui. Al
,ii,c.v*teil :.re Welcome.
c. w. o. w.
Mount-*... Vice, Camp, No. 229.
Meet. Second nml t'onrtli Wif.li.t--.li.VH if
-...-I. ....uiiii. in Selkirk Iinil.  Visiting Wood
..-.. cordially Invited lo intend,
W. I). AMISTItONG. Con. Com,
.1. McINTVRE, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE AERIE No,
F. 0- E.
132
Tho regular meetings nre bold in the Selkirk
Hi.ll ovory Tuesday ovonlnil fit So'cloca. Visiting l.n.iliron nre cordially Invited.
H. A. UUOWN, President.
W. E. SlcLAUCHLIN, Seosbtaiiy.
Ii0.06.nav LocttfO No. 15 A.F.ft A.1YI.
fi
The regular moel
..!.-- arc hold It. Hn
Mnsonlo    Tomplo,
'   ..l.l Follows Hnll.i...
Lhe third Monilu. iti
' anon month  ni  .
....... Viaitingbreth
, i. ' ren   cordially  wol
'*•' -   como
C. A. I'KIJCIINIEH, 3KCUKTAI.Y.
SELKIRK LODCE, NO  IS, I. 0. 0. F.
Moots ovory Thursdflj
...ing   in   Selkirk
(.Hull   >.t  8   o'clock.
pVli-ititiw brethren cur-
ili.-illy Invited to attend
THIMBLE, N.G, .1. MATHIE, SBC
Gold Range lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
TS EVKIIV WBllNESDAY,
.v-..|.l Third w..,ln,.*.|,K nl
ench fliOiilh,... lho Oddfellows'
nil   nt   s   ..'.-luck.    Vilttltlg
nights aro cordially uivile.l.
T. IV. BBADSHAW, CC.
U. H. IlIiQCK, K. nf It  4 S.
H. A. IIHOWN. M. of F
Cn Saturday, Octosei' 26th, Watch
"Up Mm
H, W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
neer Heads, Anlinals.llllrda, Fish, lEtc.,
Mill NTKD
Animal if..- Mounted,
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i..Iciest lo won......   Fashion Notes,  Cookl.m Recipes und
Household Hints will be given weekly.
THE WESTERN HOMESTEAD will coiil.iin a good .Short Story
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THE MOtlliV SAVIUt.
WORK-SAVING SOAP
Thai's lloyiil frown kind—
ina.If in V..iC nvcr— l-.rv.eet
Soup I'ff.'.oiy wesi of Winnipeg. House cieuning and
wnshii g are easy with iiahelp.
Aid the money saving is tl.e
Premium System
I, .oklet tells whal. nv give lor
Kov.il Crown Wrappers. Send
lor it—Free—Also try the
Sun p.
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Vancouver, B. C
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If
BRICKS! BnliiKSl! BRICKS!!
The best Brick In the Province,
Well burnt Brick In large or
small quantities nt Reasonable
Prices,
ENDERBY BRICK & TILE CO.
ENDERBY, B. C.
E. A. SPRING
HARNESS   AND  BOOT  MANUFACTURER
Place yonr orders for yonr
Hri.-.iess..—Innd-mnke Boots
and Fancy Leather Goods. . .
MAIl ORDERS CAREFUtlY ATTENDED TO
FIRST STREET
CONFIDENCE
in our professional skill and ability
as opticians has brought relief lo
hundreds c\' sufferers from eye strain
ami ni'ivous disorders resulting from
eye (roubles. Why nol follow their
wise example? Know, please, Ihal we
charge nothing whatever lor eye examination, only fairly lor what glasses
or spectacles may be needed.
HASTINGS, DOYLE & ALLUM
LIMITED.
D. GALLICANO
Baker,
Confectioner
Crocer
Restaurant and Furnished Rooms
Meals from 25... Up.
Second Street, ■ East. End
(lin Restdurdnt
MEALS AT ALL
HOURS
^
White Help Only
Employed
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For Agricultural Implements. Carriages, Wtigous Ktc, Johu
Doero Ploughs, Moliuo Wagons, Cauada Carriage Compauy's
Buggies, Planot jr., Garden Beeders and Cultivators, Wheelwright mul Blacksmith Work attended to. Horso Shooing a
^ Specialty,
s
I havo many enquiries for
Kruit Lands from Winnipeg,
Toronto,.!...! Vancouver, Persona desiring to d'sporo of
their holdings, large or small,
will do well to li-t them with
me. Correspondence solicited.
Jas. 8. Woodrow.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mauufacturod tor all classes of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All kitidsof JniMdiuL'iuul plastering
undertHKeu,
A. PRADOUNI, - REVELSTOKE
LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST
100 VOLUMES AND CASE
BELOW will be found the names of some of the progressive linns iu
Revelstoke who make this most popular and liberal offer: This elegant
library and handsome case will be given l.y voto tu the Ledge, Society,
Church or Sol.ool in Kevelstoke securing tbe largest number of votes in
the lollowing manner: The business men listed below will give with
EACH TEX CENT PURCHASE one vote. The contest begins Sept.
ilth and ends Feb. Oth, llltlS, A ballot box bus been placed in the Canada
Ding it: Hook Store where the votes .ire to be deposiled. At the close of
tl.e contest the church, school, society or lodge having the largest niiin-
i.ei* ol votes will be awarded the library. Current accounts when promptly paid will be entitled to votes. Remember, votes oan only bo secured l.y
trading with the n.crclnints listed below. Each week the Maii.-Hkhai.ii
will announce lhe standing uf the contestant.
Thc library an.l case are now on exhibition in the show window of
C. li. Humeri Co.
YOU MUST ACT
=AT ONCE=
Cm 1!. HUME 4 CO.
Groceries,   Drygoods,    Crockery
Men's Furnishings, Hoots and Shoes
House Furnishings,
BOURN 10 BROS.
Coupons given on Hardware only
CANADIAN DRUG A ROOK
COMPANY, LTD.
kill   .   stf ' .'un-.   Bevolvors,
I   -,      :   kl., Tents, Html
iui*' fimi Outing Bulls, Canoes,
li il    11 pewrltei ■ and Offt, ••
i       ind Opern Ols
All   .'  I.     than  hull  i i
Writ.   '        * ■ hig list,
SPrRTSMEN'S EXCHANGE
-,, \   ll,   .  ,.i-mIm
E.W.B. PAGET
P, BURNS & COMPANY
Meats, Etc.
THE "SAVOY"
[ ,-^i- Confectionery, Ice ('ream, Etc.
M.l'IIAll. A IIOHNKLL
H. McKlNNON
Cigars, Tobacco, etc.
HASTINGS, DOYLE A ALLUM
Jewelers.
In order to secure one of our
ORCHARD and GARDEN
HOuiES at FRUITVALE, B. C.
Ill the ecuIre of tie Soull.e.ll-
mnstand Warmest valley in
B.C., West Knot, nny, for
$10 down   and  $10  per
u.nntli for 111 acres.
WE   GUARANTEE
To pay all your fixntuisea and refund
YOUR MONEY
If our 1.....1 find whole proposition
is not exactly as ive represent il.
You cull make fnnn $1(10 to $700
per acre .iunu..Ily growing fruits
and market gardening. Every tract
Is either level or ..colly slopinc
The soil is loan, with clay subsoil,
Free fro... rock. Ampin rainfall.
Pine healthy climate, Col In suiu-
mei'. Zero weather in winter practically unknown. No early or lute
frost danger. Plenty of timber on
eaeh tract for buildings, fences and
fuel. Each tract, fronl s on a road,
and every trncl within half-mile of
main line of lt.lt. Title is perfect,
Wo own onv-liflh of the nood land
in the whole Kootenay and make
these terms so Unit you will be able
to uso your surplus funds Improving
your land. We refer to linen of the
strongest Hunks In Canada, Write
quick for maps, etc, and testimonials of settlers at Fl'Ultvnlc.
KOOTENAY ORCHARD ASSOCIATION
Nelson, B, C.
INTERIOR PUBLISHING 00. Ltd
Printers nnd Publishers.
Notice to Contractors.
rimidtD TBNDKRB mpsrioflbod "Tendsn
i~  i..r topli-.li>," will be receiver!al lh. olltoo
ul.lle Wurk, KiikI...
,li.i.-
anil that they will aid themselves
ty  and devotion  to  the land of I ub well au other concerns if tho
.i.riii
...li.r..   Siitiir.!,..' lh" 2011. .Isy nl Oslo-
i...r, I«i7, |..r lhoerocllon aii<i..i,mi,ii,ili.ii..la
l..ii'k-ii|i n. Hfivi'lHtolr...
Plans, ipoolfioilloni. f.f.ntraf-t aiiilffirfiia.il
1.....I.T in..v lie ,...-...........1 ..ll.-r .1..- 7... .lay of
Oiil.ili.fr. IM, It llm mli. I lho o.ii.-iiiiii.-nl
A ac,- ii t. Revelitoke or... tin- Lands mi'i Work,
|.C|.arl»..f»t, Victoria, II.0.
ROBT, GORDON.
Caver.......... Af.. ul.
Express
Draying
Storaj? e
Kinds of Light and H *avy
Hauling Undertaken
Central Hotel
/   *— REVELSTOKE, 8. C,
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,  PftOPHIETORS.
Sewl y b lilt,    -first-class in every roBjiccl,   All modern convenlencef
Large Sample Rooms,
Holes Sl.fiO per Day, Sped I Weekly Ratos.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same manaeemeni
SAFES   PIANOS    TC
Dealer in '•'■■' iod, Co      id feed,
hone 71, Hou >' Phone
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Uash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
ORIENTAL HOTEU^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords, Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,   Ratas $i a day,   Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT    STO-NTH    PROP.
BULBS
From France, Holland and
Japan
SEEDS! TREES!
PLANTS!
FOR FALL PLANTING
reliublo varieties at reasonable prices.
Fertilizers, llec Supplies, Spray Pumps
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, eto.
Oldest established nursery on the
mainland of Il.C.   Catalogue free.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
QREENHOUSER AND 8EEDH0USES VANCOUVER,B,0.
A-RRV,   DOCTOR or
ipalr,    "Don't do a
thins;" Ull you hou clearly
*.*.Inil'--. In;-.! liy aid of
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Host brands 01 Wines, Liquorsand Cigars, Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Motel.
CHIEF YOUNG,        -        -       Proprietor
DON'T!
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
nn hf nl Hi, iiirit'iisii, lovo, innrrtngo and pm ontagQ
Tolfa what yon'il imk u d«tOf, mil don't liko to
340 pagan, UlUBtralod. M oontai uut tolntfoduoo
it wn umili one only to any adult fur puntnKo,
KI ccnlH.
IM   HILL, PUB. 00.
120 Eait 28th Stroot, NEW YORK.
NOTICE
HnvrMoko Und District.
DlHtrlctof \V*!Ht Koolutiay.
Tftko nol lee tlmt Jiuhuh P. Konnedy, of llio-
olllowftot, II. (', Miner, Intonaq lu apply fora
Bpoola] lluiljur li.Tii-.ti over the fulluwiiiK du-
M-r)lii:il lundx:
(Jnmnienclnif at u post planted ou tlio north
hank nf lhe north-runt forkof Umvnie Creek,
.iimui h\ mlh.s t<liove lhe Korku and innrkeil
"Jamci lJ. IConnouyi S W, oornor." ihonoo in
chains uorlh, thi-nce otsl lil'i ehaiiiH, Ihencu
touth 10 chain*, Ihonofl wont itw ohalni to
liuliit uf cuiiiinenc'itiieiit, enutainiiiK Oil) aereri
inuri* or lose,
Dated SopteinborMth, 1907.
oot fl wit JAMKSP, KKNNKDY'
NOTIGE
Any pcriiiii or fii-rminn found cutting OF Gftf<
tying m\Hv tiiiihuroff tbeUomaplIx mwiiKito,
without permUt-lui) from   llie owner lion,
(["Wilt   liOKt»';:k,   IT llis   HlL'lll Cllil'l   Vouiifrt
will he proteouiod looordlagto law,
I'Hteil this linti day of Augim, liwv
wyd tug 14 2a UXWin BOBTOCK,
i
l Winter Serges
i's nothing more becoming
most  men  than   "Imperial1
Blue Serge.
I|l It's elegant—always in good taste
ID —holds in shapeliness—and wears
wonderfully well.
"IMPERIAL"   Blue  Serge  is
woven in the best mill in England,
expressly  for   Fit-Relorm.   It  is  guaranteed  absolutely
fadeless—retains its rich blue color as long as you care to
wear the suit.
In both single and double breasted styles.   $20. 216
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Revelstoke, B. C.
Kootenay ash-
pan is exception-
ivaHy large. Holds
gya two -days accumulation. Re-"
*moved easily, like a dresser
drawer. Flanges attached to
fire-pot guide all ashes into pan.£j|
I     IKS  >*   s -    i    -
LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, ST, JOHN, HAMILTON
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
Bring Your Purse
Along With You
to our .store if you want to purchase
a New Carpet, Fine Oriental or Wilton rng, matting or linoleum and see
how much further its contents will
tnke you in purchasing than it will at
any othei store in the city. Our
Spring styles are ready for your
selection.
B. HOWSON & COMPANY
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Aot cf Parliament, 1855.
HEAD OFFICE, • - MONTREAL.
Wm. Molson Macphehson, Pres. S, H. Ewinh,,Vice-Pres,
James Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
8lxty-tWO brunches in Canada and Agencies in all parts of the
world.
Interest erediled four times u- year at currpfil rates nn Savings
Hank deposils, until further notice,
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Revelstoke, B. C.
RESOURCES
Essay by G. Eliey which won
Prize Offered by Mr. A. C.
Flumerfelt for Best Description of B, C.'s Forest Wealth.
[Continued Irom lasl issue.]
At present there are about 200 mills
in operation throughout the province,
ranging from the one-inw portable
affair to lnrge plants equipped with
evory modern sawmill device, Roughly
speaking, the apit.il invested in the
industry, exclusive ol timber limits,
would he about $10,000,000, with a
monthly payroll well over the million
dollar mark.
l'l.e greatest activities in the ninnu-
fictureol lumber are naturally centered around those points where proper transportation cnn be hud ior
marketing the products, nnd yet not
too far distunt from the bases ol timber supply, For this reason nearly nil
thc lnrge concerns are located at the
const, where they hnve the advantages
of bo'.h rail and water connection,
combine.I ..it'i their proximity to tbe
larger timber mens.    But it must not
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country ot origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE   B. O.
P.   BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.   *
HEAD OIWIOBI Hamiaiiy, Aijikuta.
Wholoialo and Rotail Meat Merchants
,'o'ii!'. ''nr. .nl Did a   Pi Ur j Sit. ik, .u.ri,',, In ill tlio principal Cltlos anil
''..«.., ..I Alli.rli. Ilrl.1,1.  ,.nl.l.uu.il tl... Yukon,   I'fickura..(tl.o DilgbnUil llr:.ml
Ulia or or" Hi... i-.l l.o.., ul .......-: ttri.l, i,nf ,,ri
%%*%%%%%%«*%*%V*»*'4%%%'**%«%*»% 1
be implied trom lhc ubove thnt tbe
industry is confined to this portion ol
the province alone—mills nre established all through the interior, principally along the line of the O.P.I., and
its brunches. Thc northwest provinces
aro the chief market lor the output of
these inlcrior mills, and the heavy de.
mind [rom this Bourco during ihe
last lew yeais has resulted in n murked
development o! the lumber business
throughout this dislrict, where the
manufacturer is i:i u more favored
position in entering to thc wants ol
the prairie innrket, espeoi illy as regards height rates,
No Ns noticeable, however, hns
been the development in tlie older
established ooutres on the const, the
demand being far in excess ol whnt
the mills were able to handle, notwithstanding the fact thut ovei three
million dollars have been invested
during the last twelve months iu the
installation of new plants nud addition- io those nlready d .ing business.
Nor does thero appear to be nny
immediate prospect of a falling off in
demand, on the contrary, present conditions indicate n further stiffening o(
the innrket, und it would seem, ae if
the lung looked f.r niillenium in the
lumber industry ol the province had
arrived.
The total cut for 1905 hns been
estimated at about 50.1,000,000 feet,
and last year's would probably exceed
this by at least 20 per cent, making
tbo total amount ot timher milled
throughout the province during 1000
approximately 000,000,01)0 leet. The
Bhingle market bus ulso been brisk,
and prices well maintained. This
brunch of the industry offers great
opportunities lor the capitalist ol
small means. A great many of these
plants are ut the portable variety, and
as soon as the supply of raw material
is exhausted in one district the outfit
is moved to another.
The principal markets ol the British
Coluinbin mills in disposing of their
timber are the northwest prownces
und Manitoba, which use nt least 40
per cent of the output of theooast,
and practically the entire cut of the
mountain mills, or nbout CO per cent
ol all the lumber produced in the province. Iu fact, these ..... ket.- nre the
key to the industry, as with the exception ol the local trade they are the
only sources which*absorbs tl.e commoner grades, unsaleable in other
directions.
Owing to our disadvantages in tl.e
mutter ol freight rates, and the strong
competition from the southern pine
districts, the eastern Canadian trade
is not very extensive, except in shinies and heavy timbers, but gives
great promise tor the luture.
The lor.'ign business, hy which is
meant the cargo trade, ranks next in
importance, the principal markets
being the United Kingdom, west
coast ol South America, the Orient
and Australia, although shipments
lind their way to all parti ol the globe
and enjoy a high reputation wherever
sold. This branch o! the trade is
curried on extensively by stverul of
the coast mills who make a specialty
of catering, to it almost exclusively.
Up to the present the bulk ol the
foreign business has been handled l.y
sailing vessels, and this has been
something of a di'iiv back owing to the
length of time required in delivery,
but Steam freighters are uow becoming mure nuincruiis, and their freight
rales reasonable enough to permit ol
the lumber being shipped in this way,
thus obviating the necessity of having
to rely on the slower and uncertain
means ol transportation afforded by
sailers. One hundred million feet
nisy l.e taken as n lair estimate of the
o.irgo business done during 11)00.
The bllanoe ol the cut, about 120,
000,000 leet, is represented by tl.e de
ma.ids ol the local innrket, nnd with
tho gradual development o! the pro
c .isiiiiip'|..n
S.. fair uotl.i. g lius lm* nl". e to
Kurds u il.zing the tronieml us am-
out -1 material now wasted in tho
production ol lumber, Ibo gi'.nler pari
uf it iioiug oil her hmnt ur thrown
nway nsr.-l ise, This waste, .e; res lilting as it does millions ol feel every
yeur. c ,uId ali he us I lo advantage
in tne production of uny number of
marketable commodities, lu other
lumber centres, with the vision o! an
ever diminishing supply ul ihe raw
product before thorn, tbey hnve learned
its true value and nre seeking to make
the mosl of their opportunities while
ihey lust.
Take the production ot w.o.l alcohol,
for instance, This iB a nourishing
Industry In itself in places, and yet
there is not a single plant in operation
in the province. The sume remarks
apply lo turpentine, which somo ol
our woods are ulso said to contain a
good percentage of.
Another opportunity tor the utilization of lumber by-products is pie-
scnted in the manufacture of nil
clues.es of woodenivare and furniture,
Inr iii Ihis way a vast quantity ol
ftrst-olass short material, now consigned to tl.e lire or woodpile, could he
worked up into suitable articles of
every description. Just whnt to do
with thi, sh .rt lumber is one of the
most aggravating problems which the
mill.nan bus to contend with. The
local innrket alone would justify the
establishment o!  such n plant, to sny
•..in
i.i
i.i i.t*.i'i.'i.
• i.i
'IVk.' If.1 Uml Walter Hloliihr.ll,..! liol I. n,
'., il,... .li.i Men, eru scr. ini-i. la... npply for
.. .;,..'.,1 liii.l,.-r l'u-ll*l! m'tr 1...' foi..1.1,11-
,Ich,rilu-il lilieIs:
I ci>.iiii.''ii.'i.!i: nt ti poat pkutei] on rlifl.t
bnnk of Utile Smoky .fiver, nii.nu OT .nnl*
n ill-  tol., .n< rkt-l "Wnller Steuilioll'a
s l; i orner I'iii'," ilmiicii ue-i so i-lmlns,
llienee ii"rtn HO nl.nlna. tbeiten ensl 8H ohnlni,
tl.cnc.-,...ill. 80elinlns lo poinl... commence-
menl,co..t.iinluu ills n.res moreor less.
■I, .'ommoueinR nt a posl planted on Uie
rutin I ..ik i.l tl.o soutli fork i.l tl.o hiiHr
ri or, snout '.i mllo Irom tl." ...iuul. of .1...
Little Smoky Hlver, mnrkod "Waller Stoliihoft's
9. W. Cunier Poll," tliouce norlli so chsins,
Uience oasl B0 cliains, thoncisoutli So ohelns,
ihence .vest su .'lm...* to tho iioint of i'o.u-
menoomont, ...ul containing C10 aoros ...ore or
less.
8, Commencing ut a post iiltinlod on die
li-itlfniik of the south fork ..I tl.o Frazer river,
nbout li pi 1 f ii mile ubove the moutb of the
Little -iiit-ky river, narked "WnllerSlcinliott'i
s K. Corner Host." Uieiu-e n.irit. a. chains,
thonce weal ii'iicifilii*. lbence soutb 40cbalua,
lllt-lir." .'11*1 It'... eliuiiis 10 llio   point  of .'Oltl-
iii.-ii.'.'in.-.ii, .....I oontaining (iio noros more or
less..
■I. Commeiioiiignl n post plnntod on ll.clofi
Imnk... tl... iouth lork of llio I'raaor Itiver
iiiiiiiii hull a mil., above lhe moutli of lhe
Llll oSraoky rivor. maakod "Wollor -telnhoff's
North-enst i-orni-r .msl," lliotico south III ifhiilns,
Ihenee wesl 100 chains, thonoo north lu chain.*,
tbeucecnalICQ i'linins, to iho point of com-
moncomoul,uudcnutainingOIO acres inoreor
less.
a. Uommcnolng ul ti post plnnted ou tbo
rluht bank nl ll.o south fork of Die fraser
river, al...... I| miles abovo ll.e moulh ol ll.o
Lillle Bmoky Itiver, ....irk.'.l "Waller Sleln-
ht-ff's N.W, Cornor Poat" thenco south ICO
ohalni, the...... ens. 40ohnins, thence north mo
chains, ihouco wes.... cbnins, to tl.e poini ol
oommencemout nti'l conluliiing me noros more
or less.
II .'..............Inn at a post plunled .... tl.e
rluht hunk of llitf Mintli fork ol llm iruser
river, nl...ill I1, mill's above tlio mouth ol the
Lillle .Smoky Itiver, mnrked "Wnller Slelnhoff'f.
8, W. Oorner I'oat" llienee ...is! Sll ohnlUI,
Ihenee norlli su ohains, tt.ouoo wesl so. clialns
Ihenee H.uilti 80 chiiius lo poinl of oomniencc-
iiient, containiug MO ncres more or less.
Uale.l Augusl 2nd, 11107,
7 Commencing at a post planted oo tlie^ljdil,
bunk of lln; Littlo Smoky River, about one
mllo from its mouth, market "Walter Stow-
boll's n K corner post," thonoo wesl, Iim chains,
ll.enio.ii.rlh P. chain-, I hence east lliu eliains,
tbenco soulb ... chains to point of conimcnce-
...ci.t mul oontntniiig Iilu aces, ...ore or less,
8 Coinineiieing ul n posl,-planled on tl.o left
bank of tile Littlo Smoky Itiver, ubout, one
mllo above Its inoulli, inarked 'Walter Btoln-
boll's S W corner post," thonco east 160 ehuins,
nothing  of  lis   possibilities in other thonoo north40 chains, thnnco wost nm ehuins,
-    1 thence smith lit chains lopoi.it,of coliloiol.ee-
n.e..!, un.l containing 151,1 ueres, more or less,
11 L'oniiiicnuing al a posl planlcd.... tl.e right
bank of the Little simony itiver, .thou., ouo and
ono-half miles above its moulh marked "Walter
.-i.oinlioir.s ti K corner post," llionce wesl UIO
chains. Ihenee north lu ehains, thonce eas. lliu
chaius. Ihenee soulh 10 chains to point of com-
monuoment and containing till) ncres, more or
directions, A glance nt the factories
on tlie Ottawa liver—Hull in particular—will shew what can be accomplished in Ihis line.
Sawdust once considered ol no use
whatever, except as fuel, is now maim-i1"';s' 	
' ' j    10   l olllllli-iuillii'fil. il pu*. pliinU'il on tl.u len
factum!   into  imitation  marble, and bnnk of ibe Littlo Smoky Rivor, about one and
ono huff mile-, a hove ils nioii.h. n.n.'Ued"Wnlter
UtoiiihoffsS\V corner posl," Ihenee east Mil
chains, thenee norlh ... chains, Lhcnco west ilii.
chains, Ihunce soulh lu cliains lo point of com
niciicc.uc.il .....1 cootai.ii..g .'.10 acres more or
sold at a price in excess ot the lumber,
in the manufacture o( which it was
created. Soveral plants of this kind
nre in operation elsewhere, and pny
high dividends,
ln fnct, there is no portion ol the
log which cannot I c put to some profitable use. A large port ion of our
small timber, now considered worthless, is capable ot being utilized—
poplar, (or instance, u tree snid to be
highly adapted Ior the manufacture
of excelsior.
(To be Continued.)
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>iri
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AGENT.
James Evans
MEAT  MARKET
Dealers in Bee!, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and Game in
Season. Orders promptly at
tended to.
First St. Revelstoke
NOTICE
Tako notice Unit I, Qeorgo T, Newman, of
Anowheud, H, C>, occupation Clerk, in tend to
apply for permission tu purchase Uio following
described lands:
Commencing ut u post planlcd nltlic N.K.
corner of Clara MoQuarrlo's Lot MOB, thenoe
Mill III li '   cliulll-, lllt-'lli'll   WeiSl   .i'l i-lljlltl.-,, Ihl'IKT
miiii Ii 2i) chainB. Iheuce cant4" chains, llienco
south 40 ohatRS, thenoo cast IU chains topoint
of commencement.
Dated Sept. Uth, HW.
uep21 sat       GEORGE T. NEWMAN.
NOTICE
Hovelstoko I,mul District,
District of Wost Kootonay,
Tako notico that Elijah alcBoau of I,mul
stoke. B.C., occupation Minor, intend-, in
apply for spocial limber licenses OYSr tlio fol-
i.nviii.: 'i'1-.Tiiirii lauds 1
l. Uommonoing at a post planted two miles
eustof tllO Columbia rivor, mm* the soiilh-onsl
corner of Timber Limil miii, and marked "K,
MoBoan's north-woBi oornor," thenee cantu>i
chains, thenee BOUth lo ohains, thonoo went Iiki
cliains, ihence uorlh lu chains to pointof cum
ineiicciiiont, uud eoniuining ill') acres more or
loss,
Daled Utb September, IIK.7,
'£. Lumuteiicing at a punt planted on the
north bank of Higuiouih Creuk about j milo
abovo the soulli furk, and marked "JE, Ale
Mean's suulli-wosi conier,' tliuuco mirth Id
ohalni, tbeuce c.i-i  Hi i chains, Liionco - nu li 1<|
ohains, iheuce wost 100 to point of oomuienoo'
menl, and containing tilu acres mure or loss,
Dated Utb bDptombor, llfui.
8, Commenci uk ut a post planted un tho
"-milli bank of Biginuiilh Uroek about ii; miles
ubovo the soulh tork and in uked "K, MoBenil's
north-east corner," thence 0' cliains sutilb,
tbence IM chains west, lbence ill chains north,
thence IOO chnius ea-t to pulut of eoiuuiciuo-
menl, and oontaining HI" acres muru or less,
i, Commencing ut u post planled on tlie
soulh buuk of llii'inuiith Crook about.'li miles
above iln' -until tork and murked "JC, Mclieun's
north-west corner," tbenco I'l elinins oasl,
thence ili chains nurlb, (licncti 1(1 chains eiiht,
thence hi) chain*- soulli, tbence lu chains wust,
thunce lu chaini south, tbonco in chains west,
ihence bii ohains norib to point of commence-
ment, and containing 01(1 aoros moru or less,
0, Uommonoing ul a pint pluuted on the cast
bunk uf isi.-iiHiihii Creek, uliout live miles
abovo Can) on Creok, and marked "10. Ale-
Mean's norlli-west coruor," Lhorcu lu chains
south, Ihence iu chains oast,thenoo Hi chains
soulh, thence 80 chains earn, tbence lu chains
nurth, IhonOO lu chains wesl, tlieuce ili chains
inntli. ihi'ii'i-mi Hi.un- wuit to ilinul ni commencement, and containing lllli acres muro or
loss.
Dated Uth September, 11*07.
0. Commencing at a pust plantod!900 yards
south ot Ulffinouin Crook mid above the noith
lork and marked "K.McHoun'i*; uorth-wust corner, " Ihencu80 chairs, thenco 80 chains suuth,
thuuee IM ehuins west, lhcuce 80-jIiiiIiih uuiLh tu
point uf cuiiinieiieuineiii, mid containing iilu
acrus mure or b*- ■.
Dated 10th I*'-  .'."libor, llllli
(tatsepw ELIJAH MoBEAN,
11 Commoncing at a post planted on the left
bankof lhe Little Smoky Uiver. about two
milos from ils mouth, mnrked "Walter Stein-
lion's ts VV corner pusl," tlienco cast 8U cbaius,
thence north Si chains, thouce west 80 chainB,
thenco south 80 chains to poiut of commencement and containing filii ueres, more orless,
Yi Coinmeneing at a pust planted on Lhc loft
bankof lho Little Smoky Kiver, about two
miles from its moutb, marked "Waller Slcin-
hoift S E cornor post," thence west 80 chains,
thence north 8U chains, thencu east 80 cliains,
thence soulb 80 chains to [mint of commencement ami coulaiuing tlio acres, mure or less.
Yi Commencingatapost planted on the left
bank ol'the Little Smoky Hivur, ubout three
miles from its moulh, marked •"Walter Stein-
lioiTs 8 W cornor post," thonco cost ioo cliains,
thence north in chains, thence west 1G0 ehains,
thouco south io chain to point ot commence'
ment and containing Iilu aores, more or loss.
14 Commencingalapostnlaiitedoutherig! .
bank uf the Lit Ilo .wmul>J Itiver, about three
miles frum its mouth, marked "V\ alter Sleln*
holFs S E corner post, llienee west 100 chains,
theuce north 10 chains, ihenco east lOOchains,
thence south in chains tu puint of commencement and containing Olu acres, more or loss.
Id Commencing ut a post planted on tho loft
bank of the Little Smuky Itiver, about ihruo
and one-half miles from its mouth, murked
Waller Steinhoff's S \V eurner post," ihence
.ast ltio chains, thenee north 10 chains, tbenco
west 100 ehuins, thonee south in chains to point
of oommenoomont and containing 040 acres,
more or luss.
Daled August Oth, 1007.
10. Commencing at a post planted on tho
right bankof ibe l.lule smoky River, about
3ij, miles Iiom its mouth, marked "Walur
Inhofl'sS. K Corner Post," thenee wesi icu
chains, llieuce uonh -lUchuins, ihenee easl Kin
chains, tlieuce smith 40 eliuiiis to tbe poiul uf
commencement and containing Oto acres more
or less.
17 Commencing at u poat planted on ihe right
bankof the Litile .Smoky uiver, about four
miles from Its mouth, marked "Walter Stein*
luff's s.K Corner Post," iheuce west 80 ehnins
theuce uortu &u ehuins, Jlkeike east SO ehuins,
llieueo south bu chains to the polul of com*
meneement aud containing C4U, acres inoreor
less.
Hi Colli mincing ut u post planted on the le.t
bauk ol tne Little Smoky Itiver, ubum ft miles
above Us mouih, murked "Wulter au-iunoil's
*S. ii. Corner 1'ost," iheme nurih sj ohains,
Ihonce wosl Nl chains, thenee south bu chains,
thence east 80 chains lo ihe point ol com-
meneement and containiug 010 acres moreor
less.
19, Commencing at a post plantod on the
left bank of lhe Little Smoky Kiver, aboul ii
link's irmu its iiiou.h, marked "U alter Siclm
huff's SW corner post," lhcuce north 80 chains,
Ihofioo east 80 (haius, theuco soulb 80 chains,
theuoo west 80 chains to the point uf coin*
moncomeut aud coutalnlug 010 ucros moreor
less,
■Al. Commeueiug at a post plnuled on lhe
lell hunk ol lite Llltle Smoky Kiver, about ti
miles Irom its inoulli, mnrked "Wuliei .stein-
lii-ffs.VW, corner Post," llienco souih 80
chains, Iheuce east 80 chnius, tlieuce north mi
chains, thence wesi 80 chains to lhc point ol
commencement ami euniniuiiig ti4uacres moro
or less.
'21. L'outineuciug at a post planted ou the
left hunk ol Uie . ink* moky lllver, ubout six
miles from us mouth, markeil " Waller Me lull tiff's S V, COtnorPost," t *«■ ni *■ nurih .iiii'liiun*-,
llieuce eust bu chuius, thence Houlli 80 chains
llii'lii-'1 .vest siM'liuiu, lu point "i ci'inineiiiT*
mem, und containing 040 acres moreor less,
Jiuied august Slh, Uki7.
ti. Communcing at a post planled on the ri-'ht
bunk of tiie Lillle Smoky river, aboiit7 miles [rum
its moulh, marked "Waller .SLuiiiholl's N W
corner post," tiience south bii ohaluv,theilCfl cast 80
cliains, tllOIICO norlh 80 chains, Llienco   west 8U
chains tothe point of commencement and com
turning010acres, moreor less,
*.::;, Coinmonoiug uf a pnsl planted on Lhe i iuin
hunk of Mil Lillle Smuky river, abuul 7 miles fnnn
ib mouth, marked "Walter stoiuhoils s W
corner post." ihenee north bu ehains- thonoo east
80 chiilU", llienee soulh bu chains, Iheuce   went Bti
chains to tho point "i commencement and containing oni acres, moro or less,
'24. Commonolng at a post planted on the n*ju
hank ol the Lillle Slunk) liter, aliolil 8 iiiilosfioiu
its mouth, marked "waiter Stolubolfi N W
cornerpost," tlionco soutn 80 chains, thenca east
su chains, tllBIICe ninth hil ehaiiis, Llmiieu ut'st ali
chains to the point of noimnenooinont uml containing mo acres, mor« or loss.
'ih. Oommonolng ata post planted on lhe rimit
hunk of tlie Lillle -itimky river, about 8 milos Irom
ils mouth, marked ■ Waltur HtelnholTs S W
comer pn.it,'' llienee nnrlh hli clmins, thonee east
bil ehains, thenee -.mt h HU chains, Llieiicu west kii
eliuiiis lo the point of commencement iuul containing i' in acres, mure nr lens.
lnii"i.\ii,:ii.t wli, ii'ii,:
'2(1, Coininellclnfl at a post planled oil lho ri-'ht
hunk ol tlio Little Bmoky river, about 0 miles fnnn
its moulh, marked " Walter BteluliofTs N IV
comer post," tlienco snutli BO chains, thence east
go ohaius, thonoo north 80 chains, llionoo west 8u
chains tn the point of commoneoinent uml con*
tablingW0acres, moreor less.
27. Cominonoing at a posl iilanled ou the right
hunk ol llm Little Smoky river, about 0 miles from
its mouth, inarkod " Walter BtolnhoiTs s w
enrner |)OBt| theiieo north 8u chains, thuliec eait
ni Chains, thonCO soulh 80 chains, theiieo nosl 80
chains tn the point of commencement and containing till) ueres, mure or loss,
ii   t'omiiieuciiiK at u post plautuil ou llio i ii'Jit
hank ol llie oust fork of the  Littlu   ky  river.
about Olie-Olfllltll tulle ubove the forks, markeil
" Waller Slemhnfl s N W cornel post," tliuuco smith
8(1 chuius, theuce east 80 chains, tllOIICO north 80
chains, thouce wosl bii elinins lo lhu poiul ol com-
moiiuement ami contuluiiiK oio acres, muru or less,
ti. Commeilolng at a post planted mi the tight
hank of lho easl fork of thu Little Smoky rivor
annul niio-oluhl milu above lho forks, marked
"Walter HtoiiihollsH W corner iiost," theueo
imrtli 80 chains, theuco east 80 ehalus, tlience
soulh 80 chums, thouco went 80 chains lo the point
of ctJiuutuiicouioiil ami coiilaluing till) acres, mor*.
or loss,
B0, CuiiinienclngataposL planted on the right
hank ol Lho oust furk of tlm Little Smoky river,
ahout oio ami iiim-eiglilli miles from tho forks,
marked "Walter Btolnhoti's N  W corner potjL,"
HI. ' inniufciioing at a post planled on tho rigid
h-i.ikol 'Injeii.t forkof tl.e Littlu nu ■.;. rlvoi
nlmul uuu and I'lioeigltt miles from Ita (ork-»,
mnrked   'Walter BtolnhoiTs B W curnor imst,"
thunce  ih su chains, llitnco oast si rhains,
Llieiu'osoutli B0 cliains, tlieuce west no chains to
ihe point of commencemeni and containing MO
acres, more or loss.
;i-2. Commencingat iposl planted nn the right
bank nf lb" cast fork of the Little Sinok) river
ubout'2 miles fr  in forks, markud "Walter
Mcinhnirs N W corner post," thunce souih in
chains, tbence east KIO chains, tbence north *t»
chains, thenco wesi Uiu ehuins to the poinl ni
commencement and coiilaiuing tiio acres, more or
less.
88. Commenolng at a post planted on the right
bank of tbo east fork of the Little Bmoky river
ibout2miles fnnn its forks, marked "Walter
Steinhoff's S W enrner post," thonce north 40
halns, thenee east too chuius, thenee south ic
chains, thenee wost Kid chains Lo ihe pointof
commoncement and containing oto acres, more
nr less.
Dated August 10th, 1907.
81. Commonolng ut a post plautod on the right
Imnk of the uiU fork of Lho Littlo Sraokj river
iihoutlU miles from its forks, marked -Walter
BlolnhofTsK Wcornor pout," thonco soulh 160
chillis, thunce east I'l chains, thenee norm itin
i'h iIiib, thonce we-t 40 chains to tin- point of com-
int'ii.'ciiicnt and containing 010 acres, mote or loti
!U  Commoncingst a post planted on the right
hank nf lhe easl fork of tlie   Lulle   Sum y  riv.-r
about 4kj miles from Its forks, markeil "Walter
SL-iiilu.il .-..s w curuer post," thence north SO
chains, thenoe east B0 chains, tbenvi  south--'
chuius, Ihence west 80 chains to I In p I of ctin-
moucemeiit and containing Olo ai res, more or less.
;iij.  Commonolug at a post plauted un the right
hank of the eust fork of  llio Lillle  .-...loky  nvi-t
about 4>i miles abovo Its forks, marked "Walter
StelnhoffsN K cornerpost," thencu south ion
ohaius, thonce west 10 chains, thenee mirth ltio
chains, thonce east 40 chaius to the point of commencement and containing oio acres, more or lens.
87 I lomraenolng ui a post plantod on the right
hunk of ihe eusl fork nf the Little Smoky river
about 614 miles from Its forks, marked "Waller
Sleiiihnit's S W corner post"' ihonce north 80
chains, tliouce east 80 chuius, ihenee south on
chuius, Ihence wesl sn ehuins to llie point of com-
ineiiceiueiiL and containing tilu acres, mure nr Ies-..
88. Commonclng at a post plnnletl on the right
bank of lln'eusl fmk of Llie Little Stnokv river
aboul ,v, miles from ils forks, marked -Waller
Bteluhuli's N W cornor post," thenes easi BU
chains, tnence south 8U chains, thonce west 80
cli tins. Lhcuce norlli sii chains io the point of com*
menieiiii'tiL and Containing 0411 acies, nmre or leas.
Dated August 18th, 1007,
80.  Commonolng at apost planted on the right
hank of lhe eust fnrk nf the Little Smoky river
about OW milos from Its forks, marked "Waller
Btoinhofr's S W enrner post," thenee north 80
cliains, thenco eusl BQchains, Ihence soulli bO
ehuins, thence west 80 chains to the point of cum-
meucument and coutalntng two acres, more orless.
w. Commenolng nt a post planted on lhe right
bank of tho oast lork of the Little Smoky river
nboul tii miles fnnn ils forks, marked 'Walter
SteluliolPa N W corner poat," thence east 80
ehains, lbence soulh bO chains, thence wesl so
ehains ■ hence nortli so chains to the point of commencement and containing Bio ueres more or less,
Dated August lath, 1007.
41. Commencing at a {inst planted ou the right
bankof the east fork of the Litile Smoky river
about7j4j miles from its forks, marked "Waller
Stuuiliolfs N W enrner post," ihunce east 80
chains, Uience smith 80 chains, thenee west 80
ch tins, tiience north bU ehuins lo the point of commencement and containing 610 acres, more or less.
il Commencing at a post planted on ihe right
bank of the east fork of ihe Little Smoky river
about 71*8miles from its forks, marked "Walter
StoiubotfS S W turner posl." tiience norlh 8i
chains, llienee eust 80 chains, theuct! south 80
ehuins, t hence w. si bu chnius Lo the point of commencement and containing 0(U acres, more ur less.
Haled August lltli. luu;,
48, Commencing ul a post plained on ibe
right hank of ihe eust fork ot the Lillle
Smoky uiver, HlJimuJ.j miles from its forks,
marked "WalterSteinuoff's .n w Corner 1'ost,"
Uience eust 80 chaius, lbence south 80 chains,
iheuce wesl80 chains, [hence north 8U c. am-,
lo Lhe point of commeucemeut and contaiuiug
(140 acres more or less,
44. Commencing at a post nluulcd on the
rigiil bankof the east fork ul the Little Smoky
River, ubonih'i iiiiles above its lorks, marked
" Walter Steinhoff's S W Coruer Post," theuce
uonh 80 ehuins, iheuce easi bo chains, thouce
soulh 80 chnius, theuce wesi 80 chums to the
point of com me uce tne u l anil coiitninfiig Olu
acres moreor less.
Dilled August 15th, 1907.
45, Commeneing at a post planted on the
right baak of ihe ensi fork of the Little Smoky
Itiver, uboui 0^ miies SbOYfl ilsiorn-,. marKOu
"WallerSteinhoff's S \V Comer Post," iheuce
eust 80 chains, theueo souih 8u chuius, tbeuce
west (SOchains, itieuce north 80 chuius tu iht
puiut ol commencement, and containing tilu
acres more or le-iu.
of commencement and   'iOi.ui.iog do stores,
more nr leal.
01 '' mi mm Ingal a po*l planted on Uie lift
b nk ni thu north fmk of theLiUle tiuiuky
Kiver, abuut four miles from the forks, maiked
"Walter SUdnhufTs N W corner poet,   thenco
it 100 chalUS, Ihenee -ulili  iJ OlMlnS. t'icllOe
>t lOOv'hftlns, thence nortli 40 chain--to point
of commencement nud containing 611 acr-e,
more or,.--,
Dated August 21th, 1907,
R'ALTMt M'KINIIuKK,
ApDlicaiit,
by .il.KX. L-ATtMKB,
sa t sep JI /ig.-nt.
NOTICE
Kerolitoka L-,..d Distriot
Dl*lrict of vvu-l Koutt-imy.
Tiik.. ni.ti e mat Andrew Kilson, ot
HevelatOM', 11. 0., minei', intends to
fipl.ly for a special tiinln'i license over
the lollowliiK described lnnds:
1. Oon.inenei.ig at a post planted
in... quail..i mile above the north fork
..f Flat Creek, on tbe nortb bank, and
...i.ki-ii "Andrew KllBon'a S.E. Corner," thence norlh 4(1 iliains. theuce
iu.*i 100 chains, tbence south 40 chains,
il..-...-.. easl 100 chaius to point uf
Miiiiiik-iK.-iiii-iii, .md containing oto
..il's mors or less.
Datod August 20th, 1807,
2. Oninmsncjug at a pnst planted
ins quarter utile above the nonh furk
uf Flat Creek nn the north hank and
marked "Andrew Kitson'i S, \V. Oorner," theuce north SO chains! lbence
east SO chains. Ihence suuth SO cbaius,
thence .veil SJ iluiiiis, to point of
commencement and coutalntng 040
ncres more orless,
Dated Augusl 20th, IOJ1,
3. Commencing at a pnst planted
about une mile and three-quarteri
below lhc nm th fork uf Flat Creek, un
lhu norlh bank, and inarked "Andrew
Kilsnn's B.W. I'm ner," lbence nurih
SO chains; thence easl 40 chains, llieuce
■.outh 40 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence soulh 80 chains, thence west 40
chains, thence uorlh 40chains, thence
west 40 chains to point ol cuuiiuence-
....■ni and containing 640 acres more or
less,
Dated Augusl 20th, 1007.
Anbrhw KlTBO>'.
NOTICE
In the matter of an application for the
issue of it duplicate uf the certificate
uf title for Lot i'l Block 18, in the
town oi Revelstoke,
NOTIOfi is hereby given that it is
my intention to issue at the expiration
of one month from tbe Brst publication
hereof, a duplicate of the certificate of
title for the above lot iu the name of
Soren Balleeaard, which certificate is
dated the 14th day or January 1901,
ind numbered 4U.M. and 4031k,
Land Registry Utllce, Nelson, B. C,
Uth September, 1007.
H. V, MacLeod,
 District Registrar.
40. Commeuelng at a post planted oo tbe
right hank of ihe east fork of Lhe Little .-un-k *.
tivor, ubuut uine aud a ball milos from it'i
forks, marked-nValtorateinbolt's sW Corner
Post," tlieuce nortn 80 chaius, ihenee oust bu
clialus, ihence suulh tui chuius, tbeuce west 6c
chuius lo lhe point of eoinmoncemeut and
coutaiuiug ii-10 acres moreor less.
tinted ..nuiili ltjth, l-JuT.
47. Conimeuclugeta post planted on the
right bank of ihe east (ork of the Little Smoky
Itlvori about ten und a bull miles from iu
lorks, marked "Walter SteinnoiTa NW Corner
Post," Iheuce east 8o chaius theuce south bu
ehalus, theuce westSO chains, theuce nortasu
chains io the poiut of commeucemeut uud
coulaiuing (iio aerea more or less.
-18 cununoneiug at a post planted ou the
right hunk of theeast fork of tne Little Smoky
uiver, ubuut len ami a hull mites above it*
(orks, marked "Walter Steluhofl's SW t'umer
Pust," Ihonce uonh suehalns, ihence east bu
uhalns, thence south 80 ehalus, tbence west so
uhaius, io the poiut ol cot'imeucement mid
coulaiuing tilu acres inoreor less.
10. Commencingat u post planted on the
right hunk* ol the eust fork ul the Littlo .smoky
uiver, ubuut eleven and a half mi Its from its
forks,marked 'Walter .-teliihoff's »w Comer
Post," theuco north 80 chains, ihonce east 80
ciiains tbence sol.'n SO chains, thenee west su
ulituns lo mc point ul commeucemeut and cou*
taming i-4e aon   moreor less.
Luted august i7lh, 1.07.
60. ommenclng at a post planted on the
right bank ol theudsl lork of tlie Little Smoky
uiver, ubuiii eleven und a imii miles from iis
1 irks, marked "A alter irJieiuhoff's >' W Corner
Pu "thenceeast feu chain.*, lbence soutn in
cbuiiu Iheuce wust80 ohains, thenco noru su
ehalli" (the point oi cummeucemeut ami cou-
tuiun fc   1      res more or less.
ol Com..ieii'lug at a post planted on the
right bank ol too east fork ol tne Little Hmokj
River about 1,.'uc miles and a bull from III
forks, marked" rtulti rSiuiuhofl's .n W Corner
'n>t," uieiicecastbu ebalus, thouce south »i
Iinins, thence west 80 cliains, thenee north nj
chains to poiutnl commencement und coulaiuing Olu acres mure or less,
62, Commonolng at a post planted on tbe
right bank of the cast fork of tbe Little Smoky
Uivur, about twelve and a half miles from Its
foi-kr., marked "waller Steinhoff's S W Comer
PoM." tbeuce north so chains, ihence oast 8u
chains, l hence south 80 chains, ihence west80
ehains tu Hie iioint uf eointneucemeiil, con-
lainiiiK Olu acres mureur less,
Dated August 19th, 1967,
>>;. Cominonoing at a posi plained on the
right bank of Lhe east furk uf the Little Smoky
Kner, about thirteen and a half miles from
the forks, "markeil Walter Steinhoff's N W
Corner lJost," thonoo easi so ohalni, thenee
SOUlh 80 chain*, thenee wesl -yi chains, thence
north 80chains to the puim of commencement
ami containing bin aoros more or less,
,'il, Commonclng at tt posi planted un lhe
i-i-Jit bank uf the oast lurk of the Little
.smoky Hlver, about thirteen and one half
milen from ils forks, tearked "Walter
StolnhoirsS W Corner Poit," theme north80
ibains, Llionoo oast ni chaini. thouoe south B0
chain**-, thonoo west80 chaius to thc point ut
commencement and containing Ols acres, more
or lossi
Dated August Mlli, 1907.
bo, Commencing at a post planted mi the tight
bankof theeast fork of the Little Sinuky river
about Ilk miles from the forks marked "Walter
BtelllllOlrs N W corner post," thenee ea.-t bo
ehuins, Iheuce south SO chains, thenee west Bo
i hains, theuco north ni cliains to the point of com.
mencomont uml containing 'do a< res, mure or lesi.
fie. Commonclng at L post planted on the right
bunk ol ilie ea.>.l lork nf th.. Little smoky river
ahoui nj, lalles from the forks, marked "Walter
Mi'liil'olt is  W   corner   port,'    lli-nce   north   Vj
chains thence oast 80 cnains, thence suuth so
ihalns, ihenee ac-i su chains to lhe point of com-
mencomont ami italning oto acres, more oj less.
Dated August >Ut, nm7.
,'»7 Commonclng at a post planted on the
right buuk of lhu north fork of the Lillle
Smoky Kiver, about one mile from the forks,
marked "Waller Hli-inhuM'*-) S K corner post,"
tbenee north I do cbaius, thenee west lu chains,
Ihenco Hoiilh 10) ehuins, theuce east IU chains
to pulnl. of eommeiiuemeut aud containing dm
acres, more or losSi
.Vi Commencing at a pot plunled on the
i-iKbt bank of tho north fork uf tbe Littlu
Smoky Itiver, about une mile frnm llie fork*,
marked "Wiilim-Slcinhoirs H W corner posi,'
llieiicu north IOj chains, lbence cil-1 iu chains,
Lbence soulli ltihchains, tbence west lu chains
lo puint of commencemeni and cuntaining 01*;
acres, more or loss,
I Jilted August mil, 1907.
M) ConiineitciuK at a post planled ou the left
bunk of lhe uortli fork of Lhe Liulu Smoky
ii i\ i*r, about throe miles from the forks, marked
"Walter StcinhoiTs flW corner pont," thonce
north 80 chains, ihenco east 8u chains, thenee
south 80 chains, tbenco west nu chains to poinl
of communceiiiciil and coulaiuing 010 acros,
more or loss,
00 Commonclng ot a po»l planted on the left
bonk of the north fork of tho Utile Smoky
NOTICE.
ilevelstoke Lan.l District.
District uf West Kooienay.
Take notice thst K. A. Bradley, ot Revelitoke,
B. C, occupation Miner, intends to apply for
special timber licenses over the following described
lands: t *
1. Commencingatapost planted on the eut
side of Columbia riverand one and a half milen
ea-st of Culumbia rlwr and two aud one hail unlei
north of Big Moulh Creek, and marked " K. A.
llradk-y s N. \V. corner post," running south 80
chains, theuce east 8u chains, tbenoe north 80
chains, thenee west 80 chains to point of com-
mem anient.
1 ( niumcBcin**; at a poat planted on llie east
ildeol liOlambiamei *ud east of Columbia river
.ne and a half miles and two and a half miles
uuT*hoNMg Mouth Creek, and marked " K. A.
Bradley's .?. -W. c-rner  pott,'   ruiuiiiijc  north M
chains, thence eaat S chalas, tbence south so
chains, thenee .ve.-is- ctiams lc point of con*
meneement.
Dated this Mh day of August, ltt07.
3. Commencing at. a post planted on the eut
side of Columbia nrer and east of Columbia rifer
one aud a half miles and one mile south ol Kight
Mile Creek, aud marked "K. A. Bradley'i N. £.
eurner post,"' ruuning south w chains thence
nest so chains, thence north su chains, thence
east 80 chains to puiui of cummeiicemi-ut.
4. Commeueiug at a post planted on tbe eut
side ol Columbia nrer aud cast of Columbia riter
one aud a half miles and one mile souih of Light
Ulle Creek, and markeil "K. A. Bradley'i S. K,
comer post,' running north ou chains thence west
au chains theuce aouth so chana, thence east su
chains to point of commencement.
6. Commencing at a post planted on the east
side of Culumbia river «nd ewt of Columbia river
one and a half miles and one mile aoulh ot Kight
.Mile Creek, and marsed "L. A Bradley'i N, W.
corner post; running south eu chains, thence eaat
■mj chains, thence north SO chains, tbence wwt 80
chains to point of cumniencement.
0. Cumineucuig at a post planted ou the e%at
side of Colombia river and uue anil a half ti.ilei
Bastol Columbia river ami one mile suuth of Kight
Miii; Creek, andmarked" K. A. Bradley's S. W.
corner post," running nortb 80 chains, thence east
Suehalns, tbence south 80 chains thence west bo
chains to point of commencement.
Hated tin, *J7th day ol August, 1*907.
7. Comineucing at a post planted on the   west
Bide of Columbia river and west ol toe Columbia
river one hundred chains and three milen south of
Maloney Creek, and marked "L. A. Bradley s N.B.
corner post." rniiiimg south su chains, ihence nest
au chains, tnence north &y chains, thence east 80
chains ta point of commencement,
Dated this 38th day of Augiui, 1W7.
s. Commencing at a post planted on tbe west
side of Columoia nvcr and uue and u half milei
west of Columbia river and one mile north of
llunie Creek, and marked " K. A. Bradley'i S. K.
corner post," running north su chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south aO chains, thence east 80
chains to point of commencement.
•*>.  Commencing at a post planted uu the wesl
sideof Columoia river and twu and a half miles
nest of Columbia river and oue half mile norlh of
Home Creek, ami marked "K. A. Bradiey's H. B.
.orner post,'' running north so chaius, thence west
80 chains, tneuce sonth 8u chains, thence east 80
chains to point of commencement.
Hated thls-Mh day of Augu.st, 1U07.
10. Commencing at a puat planled on the north
side of Home Creek and one mile from it* mouth.
and marked "K. A. Bradley's S. K. comer wnsl,'
ruuiiinif uurlh So chains, thence west 80 chains,
Lhcuce soulh 80 chains, Llieuce east flu chains to
point of commencement, - -,j
11, Commencing at a post planted on the north
side of Hurne Creek aud one mile from its mouth,
and marked "K. A. Bradley's N. K. corner post,
ruuning soulli Bu chains, thence wesl Su cliaim
thence uorth Ml chains, thence east 80 chaini to
point of commeiieemeiit.
Yi. Commencing at a post planted on the north
sldenf Home CrtOl and two miles frum iti mouth,
und imirlied "K. A, Bradley's 8. K. corner post,"
running west toi chains, thence north in cliains,
thenee west iu chains, thtnee north 10 chains,
tlifiiee easl S'l chailb, Ihence suulh "iO chains,
lbence east KI chains, thenee south lu eliains
to point of commencement.
Hated this HKJl day of August, 1K17.
n. Commonoing hi a post idautod on the
west side uf Coluinbin river nnd one mile wesl
uf Culumbia river and une mile south uf Home
i iL-.'k, ami marked " K. A. Hradley'a N. K.
corner po-t,' running south su chains, thouce
westWchains, theuoonorthSO chains, thonoo
cu*t su ohalni to point of cumuieiicemeul
Hated this Slit day Ol Augu-L, YJni.
satspt;   KUWAltli ai cist BRADLEY.
Hubert Ayre Black more. AgenL
NOTICE.
Hevelslokc Und Distriot
Dintricl of West Kooleuay,
Take notice that Hubert F- Goodman, of Mar*
inelie, Win,. U.S.A..occupation lumberman,In*
tends to apply for special timber licences over
the follOWIliU di -.Tibet land-:
l. Commeueiug at a post planted on tbe
east branch ol llaly Creek, about three-fourtb
miles from furks, aud 6 miles Irom mostb of
Haly Creek, msrked "Itoherl I, Ooodman's
soutb-west corner poet," tbence 80 chains
norlh, thence so chains eul, tbeuce 80 chaini
■uuth, Ihence so chains weal to place of com*
meneement.
Hated Olh Sept. 1907,
i. Commencing at a poit plauted JU milei
Up Canyon Creek, marked 'Hubert F. Uood<
uum i. sontb-wesi curuer post," thenco IN
chains easi, tbence 40 chaini nortb. tbence IW
chains weit, tbeuce 40 chaini iouth (o place of
cummeucement,
Hated 16th Sept, 1907.
SOBbBT F. GOODMAN,
iat oci,'. Charles Copp, Agent,
NOTICE.
I, Alexander Merrsll, of tialn.on
Arm, declare thst my wile hsi left my
bed and board of ber owu free will snd
witii..ut cause and thst I will not be
responsible for any debti that the or
my children may incur from thii date,
Oot. 2nd 1907.
Almakdik Muuuix, ALL DRESS GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES,
Ladies' and Children's Coats
Only a few left of these New Coats.    Regular $15, and -tin, now $10, and ifiM
Children's Coals from $2.60 to tpH.OI' each.
Attractive Values in Underwear
Underwear selling fnnn 33c. a garment lo $2,on eaoh,
Furs!   Furs!
High Grade Furs ni low prices
Sateen Underskirts
Fm Women at 75 Cenls Each,   .lust the Skirt lor Full ll'i'iir.
Dainty Bargains in Handkerchiefs,
Comforters and Blankets
New 11.....Is I....ight direct lion. Fuel..ties.    Wo cnn save ymi money on these
gO.lils
Millinery Veiling*- un.l Ribbons   We keep our sloek new ..nil Bright l.y New
goods iirriving daily by express.
Reid & Young
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*? You should leave v...... Pre-
9 scription with us
SllECAUSE
We use tl.e Purest of Drugs
t ami Ohemicats
BECAUSE
*  Every Prescription ischeckert
ty before it goes out
$ BECAUSE
Our price* fite reasonable and lj
.♦. we will deliver your ptescrip- j
9 tion if you wish it. *
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WEATHER FORECAST
Saturday, Oct. 12th, lor 24 hours,
cloudy, with change, probable rain,
night logs. Temp., max,, 59 degrees,
min , 37 degrees.
: ONLY A GLANCE!
Only a glance at our stock
of Groceries will encourage
you to try I hem.
JUST A TRIAL
A trial will convince vou
they are the purest and best
on the market. Try our
BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY.
[Hobson & Bell;
i Grocers, Bakers it Confectioners <
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••etsssesseessseeseeeeeess
Local and General.
Look out lor ye old folks concert
on December oth, at Tapping's Opera
House.
Bring vour -',iC.ney and add it to
"Otbc. People's Money" at tbe Opera
House on Thursday night.
Count! Felii and Franz Hagoi lelt
ln Thursday lor a hunting trip up the
Illecillewaet valley.
J, H. Cc-llins and E. Hunter brought
home a fine specimen ol a mountain
goat last week from a bunting trip.
C. Holden, the new luperintendent
ol the power plant, leaves Winnipeg
lor Revelstoke on Oct. 24th to assume
duty.
Tlie Rev. C. A. Proeunier hae been
moved Irom the hospital to the rectory
snd is makiag good headway to
recovery.
Tbe Ciiy Council will shortly put
down a 4-inch wood pipe on Second
street from McKenzie aveuue to
OrtOD avenue.
R. H. Trueman will personally visit
the local studio over the Canada Drug
A Book store, McKenzie avenue on
Oct. 16th, lor about ten days.
The Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's
Church intend holding a social in the
church on the evening of Oct. 18th,
Everyone welcome, admission '25c.
The Melrose Stock Co. has arranged
to produce "Other People's Money," at
the Open HouBe, Thursday night.
Come and find out how much you are
worth.
Work on the new wing ol the Y. M.
C. A. building is now going on and
will be rushed lo completion. J, A.
Kernaghan has the contract.
Wc are pleased to lie able to congratulate Mrf.R. A. I'pper on winning
luo prizes (or embroidery at the New
Westminster Fair. The work wai
very much admired.
H. P. dimming has bought the
baggage snd ejpr.-si business ol T, E.
Lewi*. Orders lelt at the Idesl Furniture Co.'i, First street, 'phone 110.
will l« promptly attended to.
The regular meeting ol tlie L. 0. 1...
No. 1668, will be held -1. Friday, Oct.
18, in the Selkirk Hall at 8 p.m. The
Royal Arch degree meeting and other
business ol importance. All members
are requested to attend and all visiting
brethren are cordially invited.
The lirst car loud of Nicola coal Irom
the mines recently opened up arrived
in Rovelstoke a lew days ago. The
new cial is good for Bteaniing and
general domestic use. F. McCnrty ib
the local agent.
Jeffrey Hamniar has resigned the
mayoralty of Grand Forks, bis resignation being accepted by tbe council ol
that city. Mr. H.in.mar is Grand
Chancellor ol the Knights of Pythias
of B. C.
The Halcyon Dancing Club is proving a very popular institution now,
the dances which have takeu place so
Iar, being well attended. Last night,
the club held a dance in the Selkirk
Hall whioh was voted a huge success.
Manager Danfort, ol the C. P. R,
hotel, BatifT, stated in Vancouver on
Wednesday that the C.P.R. will spend
1200,0110 on the reconstruction and
improvements ol that mountain hotel.
The plane ifrc now being considered by
the executive at Montreal.
A valise, bearing neither name or
label ot any B.irt and the contents
intact, was found on Tuesday last a
short distance Irom the west track
near where the government werc taking out rock last year, und lies nt the
police station lor identification.
Some excellent samples of Reveletoke grown grapes have been on sale
in town tliis week. Tlie fruit is sweet
and of moderate size and a good demonstration of the possibilities of tbe
local soil lor all kinds of Iruit growing.
K. Tapping is the grower and his vines
are certainly worth seeing,
The City Council lust night passed
a resolution to purchase the land
situated iu the S E hull of Section 33,
aud part ot S V quarter oi Section Itti,
Township 23, 1, nge 2, west ol the
4th meridian as a right-of-way, Irom
the Dominion Government ot about
0,48 acres at a cost of fo ner acre.
Mrs. Manly sustained a nasty accident last week, through the catching
fire ol a spirit lump, which she was
carrying. The llames caught her dress
on the arm, causing severe bums. H.-r
sister, Miss Lilian Pettipiece, very
pluckiiy and with great presence of
mind, through a cloth over the Samel
and effectively extinuiihed them.
The Rev. J. U Robertson of Knox
church, has been confined to bis bul
I ir the past week with an acute attack
..i bronchitis, The Rev gentleman,
we are glad to say, ii slowly reooverini
and we trust will he .nun up ami
around again.     Several   member!
DONT GET
COLD FEET
Come uiul order pome
NICOLA COAL-the
best Conl over brought
into Revelstoke.
Don't forget the place.
Order from
OR
Frank McCarty
i
fiss.ste.l
SHE SELLS
SEA SHELLS
GENUINE
SOUTH   SEA
ISLAND SHELLS
A   LARGE   VARIETY
15c. to $1
EAOH.
VV. BEWS.
Phm.B
Druggist and Stationer.
Next Hume Block.
I.is  congregation  very   ibl)
in the servicei last Si.inl.iy.
Kev. W. M. Rochoitor, western secretary of tl.e Lord'l Day Alliance, will
be in town over Sunday. In the morning I.1' will iccupy the Mcthodlil
, pulpit ami in the evening hi wil
[.reach in Knox church. In the afternoon he will visit the Baptist Sunday
ichool and Bt. Andrew's Sunday ichool
in the orib-r named. II'' will alio address a meeting at the Y. M, C, A, ut
4 o'clock.
We understand that thedepartmenl
at Ottawa has the appropriation ready
lor the immediate commencing of lhe
work on the wing (lam ol tl.e Columbia river hero. The Hon. I*'. W.
Aylmer, Dominion works engineer,
states thut the breach in the dan.
c.uiisid lust winter l.y line ice breaking
through it, has not widened very much
during high wuter. He suyn that the
dam has done excellent work and thut
it will not be very long belore a i.utur-
al bank ot silt ie formed at tlm lower
side which will make a tolid am
pern,uncut work ol tlie whole structure
Just camo in a shipment ol oholce
bants and bacon—Mclnlyie's.
Dainty odors in perfume just received at tho Red Cross Drug Store,
Social and Personal
Miss Muriel Buck bus been visiting
in Vancouver.
Mrs. R. Howson has returned from
a visit to the const.
Duncan Ross passed through on
Thursday for tlu. south.
Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Galliher left
li.r lhe east on Thursday.
Mrs. 0. Holten is visiting Mr. and
Mrs C. H. Temple of Winnipeg.
Len, Howson has lelt to attend the
li..| list college ut Summerlnnd,
C. 1'. Latham, ol  the C. li. Hun
sii.il', has returned Iron, the cast.
Mrs. Dickey is visiting hersiiter
Mrs. Harry of Pleasant Valley, Armstrong,
Mi's. II. A. li.-..wn returned on
Thursday Irom visiting in the Okanagan
Mr. and Mrs. Edw ..,'. Adair passed
through the city li st nighl en route
fnr England.
X. s Fraser, C P.R. I spate
has been : ai jlern :  ;
tin- ; ii-,m i •:, -■■
W J. l.ightl ,-f-        Irrowbes I
passed through   a Thursday en
for home Ir -   I u
Mr. and Mrs. •;   Beavo  «
been   the  guest*    I  Mr   ami   Mr-
Jamieson the pasl two
Thursday lor their I  meal ':•- ■ ..
R. W, Haggi-i.     -
uncle, Mr F, Williams, to the  o. as.
Mr Williams has - e. n louring   England and is in ronti lor his     ■
New /.-aland.
Mi'i Gillis late I 'ne ( anada Drug
'. Book i    -■ iff eli   .-' nighl
I r Vancou ier wh re ihe «
tl.e  Vancouver Gem rs        pital 1
training at I nuns
J, H. Bottr IT, iscrel iry treasurer ol
th. E i . •' ! in W irkers Gold Minii i
Co Ltd   il   Eli od  I-..!...        '  ■
through the city ysstsi  i
to Camborni pany ii
operating lbs Silver Cup n ina.
THE LATE MRS, S. SMITH
1 he luoeral ol the . iti Hi -  Bamm
Smith   who died in the ;.
Monday night, took placo in 'I huriday
alternoon,    A   lervii e  ws
li  .-' i'i  undertaking  parlors conducted  by the  Rev   I   J  ,
Arrowhead, and was attended by m in
who were associated with Mr, and Mrs
Smith in the early day besides others
who had come m pay a hist tribute to
one of tho old time citizens ol Revel.
Btoke, Chief among those present were
the  Pythian Sisters, ol whom the de
ceased   was a member, as well as..
representation (rom Gold Rang.. Lodge
No. 28, Knights nf Pythias, Jof whioh
Mr. Smith il a staunch brother.    Ah
luneral   arrangoments  were it.  thc
hands of the Sisters and Brothers, anil
beautiful wreaths emblematic of those
orders covered   tho  collin.     A largo
number of oitizens followed tl.o re
mains to tho cemetery, where aftor >.
brief service by thfl Rev, T, Johnson,
the Pythian Sisters paid a final tribute
to their deceased co...r...I.., sol.....nizing
their beautilul ritual at tl... grave side.
The pall boarors were: T. Vi. Bain,
H. A. Brow..,.!, Mathie, T. W, Brad
sbaw, J, McOinuis and J, Palmer.
Successful Performance by the I
Amateur Dramatic Club.     I
One of tl.o l.isi nnd . oil iiniusiii. I
productions cut bi-.-ii at llieOpoi'
House was pul on lhe boards las
night by the Ucvelttoke Annie..
i Dramatic Club, in tlm person o'
jMuno' und received the ununiiiious
I attention unit appreciation of n large
liui.liet.ee f'o-ii start to finish. Mr>,
W. M. Lawrence ..s "Jane" the heroine,
in her scheme to savo bet master from
being depri.eJ ol his money hy his
guardian Mr. Kershaw, brings out
sfinie laughable situations, eventually
agreeing to become Mr. Shacklcton's
(T. E, L. Taylor) wile (or n few hours,
W. M, La.vr.lr.oe, as William, brought
out in a comical uml amusing ....inner
tho p..n ho hnd to piny us the abject
Bcivant to Jiii].., his real wife, until
his human nature oould put up with
it uo more mid guve the show ..way to
the chug, in ..( Shackleton and the
disgust ol Kershaw, Mis. OI.ad.vick
(Miss (Irani) gam u line cli.irucicr ol
a simpering young old lady, who
sclicnnd her best lo win Shackleton,
thinking thut Lucy, (Mis. D. M. Rue)
hnd thrown him over. Tlw unfortunate question asked by Kershaw Ior the
bahy complicates mutton terribly and
in a lucky moment Jane burrows one
from Mrs. l'ixton (Miss White) who
gelling anxious for her child, in desperation letches in her hotter hull, II
Ouui.inglia.il Morris) a henpeok, who
mildly assorts himself. Claude (It. 11.
Sawyer) brings in some l.uigliab'e byplay us a smart "buttons,"
Ae n comedy "Jane" can hold its
own nnd the whole oompany have
done remarkably well uud ench
studied to bring out the host poiuts ol
the piece. Mrs Lawrence as''Jane"
deserves tl:: highest credit, playing a
dillicult rulo in ti oharming and pleasant manner, Mr. Lawrence ub William wus hard to beat, his dry humor
and well assumed anger, which latter
in everyday lile is usually conspicuous
by its absence, proving nn uncommon
draw. T. E. L. Taylor portrayed
Shackleton in a perfect imitation of
tho renl thing, and kept up the spirit
ol the situation in a way which brings
him undivided merit. MrB. Rue as
Lucy showed a charming naivety and
curried out her part well. Miss Grant
as old Mrs. Chtulwick played her role
to perlection, her scheming to win a
handsome young husband being very
laughable. Miss White as Mrs. Pix-
ton, n hM young women with a
violent temper, took the house, and
showed in her acting good promise.
VV, J. W. Brown aa Kershaw the
"mouldering eld ruin," us he wns
termid by William, portrayed the
affable, rather giddy old gentleman
well, ni.d provrd his merit already
gained in previous pieces. R. II.
Sawyer as Claude was as usual a favorite and made the most out ot a
small part in u manner truly Sawyer.
Claude was a good boy. H, Cunningham Morris ns l'ixton tlie henpecked,
in his mild way, tried to obey his
somewhat alarming wi!e, although
quavorsat the last minute. The stage
settii g was excellent and reflects
greatest credit on T II. ' unne nnd
i, - assistants, the interior scene being
ue * tl I ev. r put on in Revelstoke. Tbe amateurs deserve the
..:, •' credit and Kevelstoke will
< . , mm f with pleasure to any
futur.       - ction.
LADIES' OOATS AND SKIRTS
I
..-.-lau.iraii.mw,.auma.«•*->»-.**m-■ >ic.-vr-*...-.-.,—.at--*.- at. im..y,,iiiBwpi.aMn,aa^aa
EVERYONE SAYS—i'l...t our Gouts and Skirls ..re
lie bc.-t value, tho pr. tt.est- n.iiie.iai und the iuo*t stylish
out iii tii'.vn The l.'.-t 1 ..rs from several makers, who cell
to '..* exclusivelv, s. cun give jou ;*-.>..ts ll.nt will not he dupli-
ci.il nt prices ranging Irom
$8 to $20
Are n line Unit we will guarantee satisfaction, Like
our coats, they ure styles sold only by us. We cnn give you
anything you need, from the cheapest Serge or Lustre to the
Fine Voiles tor street wear. All lhe lead ing shades nre here,
the now browns, tlio Fu'l Shades In Green und Red, Nuvy
II ue, Black, Plaid , elc    We can sell you a Skirl Ior
$2.50 Up
CHILDREN'S  COATS
We expect n lurgo trade In Misses' und Children's Gouts ..nil
..... show you ... v.iri.My thnl will suil uny age, ill prices that uro
wonderfully low. Wo have Uu. While Bearskin for the baby
I weeds, corduroys und velvets fur the lamer girls. They are
prettily trimmed with velvets and braids aud prettv buttons.
Prices from $3 to $12.
Misses' and Children's Dresses
Come and let us show yon the pretty things we have in ibis
line. School dresses for gills from 0 to 14 years, in Serges and
Tweeds ready to put on nnd lots of pretty linle Giisliluo.-e ones fur
Biualler children, They are well made of goon inutc.hiL, nnd sold
cheaper than you can mnke them up.
MCLENNAN'S
CHURCHES.
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY
. ■ Melrose Stock Co. will produce
■ ial :',',. -* hree acl comedy, "Other
People's M ■ y, at the Opera House
next I hu.-ihiy night, Oct. 17th. This
; ij ■ u bs I .. run ol over three bun
:-.,! n ght« m N'-w Y-rk City, and is
-i ■ tdoubl ,iie n( the funniest
I ,,.- the stage today, ''eing brim-
in, oi witty saying!and side sp itting
I he different parts have
,11 bee. I osil with numerous
ipecislitiei during the run of lhe play,
i .- Mr   Melrose will
-ii '. * ' ' mim', moving pictun s, and
,,. ,  ipe. isl  feature  will  show the
uili id - - ti   ii,ai  beautiful  long,
,, Hi - I '■       a   "ig Iree dance
■ ' f the ibow sn I i
time i- mured sll who o. n i
The peop o lay, my, y..u in
(Julie tt'i'-   fit III" Ideal
i        Lock ind Ursen i nsokigo
     peckagei   ' •
- ,' . ,ii Hum. ■*■ i
If -.   pi   m  dispensed    II    ynur
loci      . inti  the..   a.,.]    delivered
Ked Cross Dr Ig itore,
! New Furniture .... sample
it ine Ideal. No trouble to ilu a
..,,. ds ai d ,   its you prices.
Call 'iir uew stock.,! Hunt
ley and Palmi i - biscuits, on show at
C, li, I Iff ■'• Co'i.
Mr. snd Mr- I), Kennedy, ol Saull
Bl Mario Mich , who bave been Ihe
guests ■I thi ir grandchildren and Mr,
. I. C '■ uney (nr tho pact, lew weeks
leave (or their n .me ton .'■' Thoy
are enthusiastic over tie lit in Rev.
elstoke and .peak in terim ol high
praise lor the aity.
Oat.ioi.io.—Kev. Father R. Pecoul
O.M.I., pastor. Services every Sunday
at lhe lollowing hours; 8 a.m. Communion Mass; 10:30 a.m. High .Vnss
nnd Sermon; 2 p.m. Baptisms) 2:30
p.m. Sunday School; 7:30p.m. Rosary,
Instruction nnd Benediction.
St, Andrew's Presbyterian—Rev,
Vi. 0. Cnlder, pastor, Sunday, Oct. 13,
Services 11 a.m., 7:30 p.m , Sunday
School and Pastor's Bible Clnss, 2.30
p.m. Morningservioe, ''Communion."
Evening subject, "The Cultivation o!
the Beautiful." Young People's meeting Monday ut 8 p.m. Prayer meeti.ig
Wednesday at 8 p.m. Choir practice
and teachers' meeting Friday at 8 p m.
Knox Presbyterian—J. It. Robert-
boii, 11. D,, minister. Morning service at 11 o'clock conducted by Rev.
T. W. Hall, pastor of the Methodist
Church. Evening service at 7:30
o'clock, conducted by Rev. W. M.
Rochester of Winnipeg, Western Secretary of the Lord's Dny Alliance.
Special music: Opening anthem,
"Our Father," Organ otferto.y, Frag
ment from 0 P142 (Schubert). Choir
anthem, selected; Benediction anthem
"Bow Down Thine Ear." A oordial
weloume given to all nnd strangers
specially invited.
St. Peter's Anqmoan—Rev. C. A
Proeunier, rec.or Trinity XX
Following is a list of services; Matins
and Litany at lt a.m. Evensong ill
7.30 p ni.   Sunday school at 2 30 p.m.
Methodist—Rev T.W. Hall, pastor.
Services on Sunday as fellows: Class
meeting at 10:30 n.ni. Sunday school
and Pastor's Bible Class at 2:30 p.m,
Morning service at 11 a.m., Rev. W.
M. Rochester, Western Secretary ot
the Lord's Dny Alliance, will conduct,
the service. Evening, 7:30 o'clock,
subject, "John's Visisn of Clean City
St.eets," the Pastor will conduct the
service.   All are welcome.
Baptist—Rev, Mi. P. Freeman, BA.
pastor. Services ure held in tbo Mission Hall, First street Preaching at
11 ...in. fimi 7;.'I0 p.m. Sunday school
at 2 !iU p.m. The suhject in lhe evening will he "Cesar versus God."
Everybody is welcomed to theso services.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
The Water will  bo  Hhut  off  from
K to 10 tomorrow* (Sun.lay; morning
II  FLOYD,
Oct. 12,1007. City Cle.k.
E COMPANY, R. M. R.
Members aro   lequired   to return
their Rillea to the Armoury at once.
By ordor
H. A. BROWN,
SHANGHAI BESTAUBANT
80 MOW A JIM SAM, PROPS,
Open Day and
Night
Special attention given to
Supper Parties A banquets
Meals, 290.      Meal Tickets, $5.50
HUT  THE 1IAIIIT
OPPOSITE  V. Jl. G.  A,
Business Locals
Nothlnu better than Our "Speoial
llfiy youi* Furniture at the Ideal
in I  ..'.it i. smile,
Pattenon'i graham, mit...eal and
Cambridge walen ... Soo, lms, Insh ut
0, B Hume AQo'i,
Patronize Homo Industry. Smoke
Revolatoko Cigars.
Tapestry  Carpet Squares nt   the
[deal Im min-.- Store from ifil up,
Mi ii - supplies—a good aiiortmont
of wii.l.-f gn.ids al Mclntyre's.
Emulsion oi pure cod liver oil—
liew's special line, our own mnke, at
the Red Crosi Drug .Store.
I- ii - hm tiling ini'i.... smoked ments
(ry Grillin's Promior brand  o(  hums
i I bsoon —l!. II. Hume .V Go.
OPERA HOUSE
Thursday, Oet. 17th
THE
MELROSE
STOCK COMPANY
WILL SHOW YOU
Moving   Pictures  and Illustrated Songs between Acts.
Big Free Danco utter Show.
PRICES,  •   2, 4 and 6
NOTICE
Dissolution of Partnorshlp.
Noil liiorel.i siren Hi il llie pirtnorihlp
hul i..r.. *ii'.>l"ill.K  In'... "i'i. ii". III.'  illi'l.T-
• liin.-.1, aa i-miiIm-IImi.".-, In ll.o (lit? Ol Iti.v.'l'
■ n.li.-. In, Hil, .lav li.'.-n dlasolrcd l.y iii..i..h|
001 II.    All  IiMHmuIii,; l" [iM'-.iii'l .-irHi'M
-IMm'm" In Im |ii.!l I    (llio. I.  llnrlK'll.iili'lall
mi -. nifiiln*l Hi.'  -ni.l i.ar.ti.-ralil|iar.! te I..'
|,r.'*,.lil<'.l tn Hit. ...Hi Allah li. Ilf.r.ii-ll, .vl...
ivill I., r.ilnr.. carry on thelltd l.iiallt.fia mi'l
... whom lla.- Hlllll... will lie llttlld.
I.m.'.l si  KovEflatoko, It. 0., Ihla lltl.ilay.il
Uotobsr, I'lin.
JOHN M.-I'll.tll,,
ALLAN U, H0RNKI.L.
WKusssi-A. M, flukbsa. ootid
Millinery!
I have juat received a shipment o! up-to-date bats
which I offer to you at
astoundingly low prices. Re-
triinluing and making hats
is a specially with us.
I have also ndded a com-
plelo line o! Indies, misses
unit children's shoes.
Miss A. Maslin,
Opposite Climax Hotel
FOR SALE
NEW MODERN HOUSE - Eight
rooms, lurnace, two lots (one corner).
Convenient to business part ol city,
A desirable home for anyone. Price
moderate on easy terms.     ■
Apply:—Mail Hebaw,
WEDDING  RINGS
J. GUY BARBER'S
Marriage Licenses Issued
v^..
J.GUY BARBER
C.P.R. WATCH IN8PECT0R
.J
Revelstoke Hospital Soeiety.
ANNUAL MEETING
The adjourned General Annual
Meeting ol thu subscribers to thu Rev-
elatoko Hospital Society will bo held
ut tl.e City Hall, Rovelstoke, 11. 0..
ou Tuesday, Octo'.er 1!>, 1907, at 8
o'clock p.m.
H. FLOYD,
Sept. 26, IHOI,      td        Secretary.
WANTED
I7.0R SALE-Seveinl tennis of good
r logging horses, suitable fur any
kind of teaming, Apply tu Riohaud
Davis, Hevelsluke Sawmill Go., Ud.
LOST, STOLEN or STRAYED-
Four small pigs, two sheep and one
red and white calf, from the 0. P. R,
coirul on Sunday night. Any person appropriating the same will hu
prosecuted.—J. EVANS.
Tl/f EN WAN'MD-Fdr R. R. woTi.
IVI at Field. B. G. Pick and shovel
men $2,5U per day, uxu men $3.00 per
day. Hoard $5.2o per week, medical
lei. $1.00 per moutb. Cooks $00 to
$100 and board per mouth, according
to size ol crow, Cookies $111 nnd hoard
pel month, -Apply ... Mui-Donell,
G/,owsk. &(!..„ Field, II. G.
mO RENT- Furnished ... unfui-
J. in.shed house, i.eui iho Eastern
Semaphore, ou o. P. 11. Apply to J,
U.iiile at tlm almve residence.
WANTED—Man with exporlenoe to
trim and grade lumbar, also several
experienced u.lllun-n, for Revelstoke
mill.—Huwn.au Lumber Company.
Limited. 8ep25 2w
WANTKD KNOWN-Money lo loan
'* iu sinus ol |f-*.".iKliin d upwards on
approved security,—Apply to E. A.
lli.ggen. Real Eslal Agent, Revels
stoke, li. C, 2t
WANTED-Kor clients, Houses of
from two to six rooms) also
rooms.—Apply to E, A. tlnggeii, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke. o22t
WANTED-Thlrd or Fourth Gluss
Engineer.    Apply    to   John
Rkunauiian, Salmon Ann, li. C.
VITANTED -Dining  Room  Girl
Hotel Grand, Nakusp, B. G
Wages $30 per mnn lii.   Apply
 Sep71tn
WANTED—Live wide awake boys
iu every eily, (own and village
lu sell Western Canada's mnv weekly
ne.vspupet,  "The   Western   IIoiiii.-
Blend."  Hustlers can mnke big money,
No capital lequired.    VV.ite for terms
.......ediilely, Thu Western Homestead
Calgary, Alia.
WANTED-ProfHuhle proposition
open for reliable man acquainted among fruit, growers and with
ability us salesman. Full l.l part time,
Slate age, experience and references,
BROWN BROS. CO., Nurskrymbn,
Ltd,, Brown's Nurseries, Ont,
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