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The Mail-Herald
VoL 13.-No 67
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Crosse S Blackwell's Jellies
Jams and Condiments
All Fruits, Raspberry, Strawberry, Peach, Plum, Apricot, etc., Grosse A Blackwell's finest—the name is a guarantee of quality.  Put up in 4 lh. .ins. IS Cents
Made uf Finest Seville Oranges, Crosse A Blackwell's
goods. Purity is assured. These people turn out the
Ones! to be had.  Put up in 7 lh. tins at One Dollar
C. A B. Best Malt Vinegar. This is something you
should look for purity in. Put up in quart bottles to sell
at 35 Cants
Or Olive Oil for Salad Dressings, etc. Perfectly pure
Italian Oil, put up hy Crosse A Blackwell in 16 ounce
bottles. SO Cents
English Sour Pickle. Put up l.y Cross* & Blackwell,
We have a fine assortment in Glass Boll lea in finest malt
vinegar, all sines. Finest Italian Olives, Real olives, no
imitation cheap goods, but the real thing put up hy
Ctnsse & Blackwell in all size bottles.
We have any amount of all kinds of Glass
Jars and other Preserve Jars. Crown Self
Sealing Glass Jars:
Pint Sizes at per dozen $1.15
Quart Sizes at per dozen (1.40
Half Gallon Size at per dozen SI.T5
C. B. Hume & Co.. Ltd
\ IW"
if       In order to introduce, we will allow any
party to take ona 30-dav trial one of our K00KIZER8, and
_____             $
This offer, and at a price ol $7.50 each, only good for jP
Thirty days. • t
Dealers in Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's i 1
and Sawmill Supplies, etc., Plumbing and Tinsmithing.        ■ l
** show that what we say about it is undeniable—that you can
cook your food (or hours without tire.
Two-Storey Dwelling, Lots 37J x 100, on Mackenzie Avenue,
plastered—Gash (950, terms on balance.   . PRICE—$2,460
Two-Storey  Dwelling,  plusteted and stone basement, Lots
76 x 100 nn Second Street.     Cash $950 and terms on balance.
One-Storey Dwelling, Lot 30x100, near Cowan Block
At G, M, Sproat'e Farwell Estate Olliee,
Lord Strathcona Speaks of
Conditions in His Annual
Ottawa, Aug. 27.—Lord Strath-
conad's annual report to tbe department ol trade and commerce on the
work of the commercial agency in
connection with the high conimia
sinner's office has been received. The
keynote to the conclusions drawn
from ibe observation! ol Canadian
export trade conditions in Great
Britain during the pait year ii ccn-
tained in the concluding paragraph of
Lord Strathenna's remarks:
"The prosperity of the Kingdom is
shown by tbe trade returns to be increasing month by month, As a result the great consumers ol Canadian
products, tbe working classes, have
enjoyed a lull measure of employment,
and at present there is no indication
of any change in these conditions. It
may be stated iu conclusion, however
that the working classes of England
are becoming more and more fastidious
in regard to food products, and that
the authorities are imposing greater
preeautiou to insure admission ol high
class products in first class condition.
It therefore twhooves those countries,
like Cauada, seeking the great British
market to adopt the utmost care and
caution in regard to tbe quali'y of
products intended for the British
The report notes tbe gratilying
growth in tbe exports of Canadian
agricultural productts of Great Britain
and emphasizes tne necessity of greater care being taken in keeping the exports ol butter and cheese, Iruit and
bacon up to the standard. In respect
to cheese, especially, it is noted that,
the shippers are shipping it too green
and in boxes of improperly seasoned
wood. As a result many complaints
have been received.
Speaking ol the market lor wood
pulp, his lordship notes tbat tbe present short supply ol pulp and paper is
causing apprehension among large
British publishing concerns, and higher prices are looked lot.
Revelstoke Players win Majority of Games Over Golden.
ll has been acknowledged on all
tides that tbe tennis tournament at
Golden, when Revelstoke players
visited the city, was a decided success
socially as well as sparingly. Interesting play was shown by both visitors
and hosts, the former whining the
majority of games. The single be.
tween Gongreves and Parsons was the
most noteable feature, and wae well
contested. Messrs. Reid and Russel,
Nairn and Congreves, made an exciting gentlemen's doubles. The finals
in the Indies doubles, in whioh two
Golden players, Mesdames Spragge
and McClenegban were successful, was
.ell worth watching, MesdameB Cunningham Morris and Elson represented
Revelstoke. Miss Hardie, one ot
Revelstoke's best players, oarried all
belore ber in the ladies' singles, and
D. Nairn gained the victory alter a
hard {ought struggle in men's singles.
L, H. Congreve's playing was a splendid performance, while D, Nairn gave
aline exhibition ol how the game
ought to be played. Taking tbe
tournament all round tbe result was
very creditable to the home team, as
ths Qoldenites are exceptionally
strong players.
In the evening the Golden club
entertained tbe visitors with a dance,
besides other marks ol generous hospitality, which were much appreciated
by the Revelsloke people.
The events resulted ss follows:
Ladies' Doubles—Mesdames Spragge
and McClenegban won from Mesdames
Elson and H. Cuoningbam Morris.
Ladies' Siugles—Miss Hardie, (Revelitoke), by default.
Mixed Doubles—Mr. McClenegban
and Miss Jones won from Mrs. McLennan and Rev. J. R. Robertson,
(Revelitoke).-O 4, 4-6,6-4.
Men's Doubles—Meessrs. Nairn and
Congreves won Irom Messrs. McClenegban and Dunn, (Golden), 6-4,61
Men's Singles—D. Nairn won from
L. II. Congreves.
On Labor Day the Golden players
sre due here lor a return trip, when
Revelstoke oan entertain her visitors.
Eating and preserving jars just in at
CB. Hume A Co.'i.
Contract Let for Addition to the
A meeting of the directors ol the
Y. M. C. A. was held on Monday
night to disease tbe proposed addition
to the gymnasium and to open the
tenders which had been called (or this
work. Four tenders were received,
that ol J. A Kernaghan being accepted.
Construction will commence at once
and J. P. Forde, resident engineer ol
the C.P.R. has been aiked to superintend the work. It is proposed to ex.
tend the gymnasium another forty
Ieet and build the gallery inside round
the whole building, thus giving additional room Ior spectators of events
iu the gymnasium besides a running
track (or use iu the winter. The want
of additional space has been demonstrated this past year, and the addition now decided upon will greatly
facilitate the carrying on ol indoor
games and physical exercise which
proved such popular pastimes last
Schools Re-opened on Monday
Morning—Many Newcomers
Holidays are now over and on
Monday morning tbe children ol the
schools strapped their books together
again and wended their way back to
school. On tbe whole an excellent
showing has been made and cases
of sickness are very few.
There are many new comers numbering about 40 for the publio
school and 16 for the high school, and
the outlook ia declared to be even
better than it was last year. Mr. Miller
hai informed us tbat he is very well
satisfied with the conditions snd that
the outlook for the term ie very promising.
While on the subject ol schools
mention should be made of tbe neat
and attractive appearance ol the
grounds, and T. Steed tbe caretaker deserves the greatest praise Ior
tbe work he has done on tbe premises
in making the school grounds such a
oredit to the eity. Tbe lawns and
flower beds are a most pleasing sight
and the advantages of flowers on
school grounds have been clearly de
monstrated, while the children receive
lar more teaching Irom the presence
of neat and pretty llowers and grais
than by dull bare gravel or even
cement play grounds.
Anothei lot ol nice leather and lancy
made souvenirs ol Revelstoke just
arrived at the Canada Drug store.
Cabinet Appoints - Express
Train Wrecked — Turned
Turtle--The Canned Food
Ottawa, Aug. 28—Dr. Pugsley will
sneered Emmenon and Geo. P. Graham will enter tho cabinet from Ontario.
MONTREAL, Aug, 28.—Frank W.
Morse, vice-president and general
manager ol the Grand Trunk Pacilic,
lelt here last night for Western Cauada for an inspection of the construction work ol that railway.
Pukbio, Col., Aug. 28.—Forty
passengers were injured in a train
wreck caused, by the passenger express
leaving the track 25 miles (rom hero.
San Francisco, Aug. 28.—The
Pacific Mail Steamship Company's
steamer Acapuico turned turtle and
sank at the company's docks yestor
day. The passengers and crew escaped, but it ie believed the cargo will
be a total lots.
Ottawa, Ont., August 28.—The
Act "respecting the inspection ol
meats and canned foods," passed at
the last session of Parliament, goes
into effect on September 3rd, and
thenceforth all the packing and cau-
ning establishments of Canada will be
under the strictest possible inspection.
Manufacturers Do Not Want to
Break Up the Week.
Ottawa, Ont., Aug. 26.—The Ca na-
dian Manufacturers' Association has
forwarded to the government, through
Secretary Murray, a resolution that
Thanksgiving this year be held on a
Monday instead of Thursday. It is
pointed out that Monday is a more
convenient day for those who wish to
travel borne for the day and tbat an
interruption ol business is undesirable.
Hon. Mr. Scott, secretary of state, in
replying to the request noted that it
is the custom both in Great Britain
and in tbe United States and bas
heretofore been the custom to have
Thanksgiving Day on Thursday.
However, he promised that the government would carefully consider the
matter at an early date,
Special bargains in wall paper at
C. B. Hume A Co.
New comb honey in 1 lb. squares at
C. B. Hume A Co.
$1,000 ■ IN ■ PRIZES
Lacrosse Match      Football Match      Tennis Tournament
Gun Club Tournament      Firemen's Races
ndependent Bund In Attendance
JOHN MoLEOD, Chairman   THE0. WADMAN, Secretary
J. CALLIN, Treasurer
Headquarters for  Tetley's   Teas
And you  will be
satisfied.     Your   neighb.
won't have better edib
or get any lower prices
on the same quality
Come in  and  examine   our stock
of Fine  Goods  such   as     Imported
Olives, Salads   Dressings,   Sa.tces  and
Extracts. They are as good as can be obtained
Headquarters for Tetley's Teas
$500 CASH
Buys New House finished with all modern
conveniences and ready for occupancy.
Offices :—Molsons Bank Building.      Telephone 31
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first ft Op. Union
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head OfflM-Toronto, Ontario.
BrmohM Id lbs Proriona ol Mtnltobs, Altk.ru, Btikdthew.i.,
Britiah Coltiml.ii, Oi.t>-r.o, (joshae.
Oapltal AuthOrlied
Oapltal Paid Up
Reserve Fund
D, H, Wilkik, President;
-     $4,830,000.00
Hon. R. Jaffkat, Vice-President.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available in all parte of Canadu, United States and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collection!.
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit and oredited
quarterly. j. 	
Revelstoke Branch, B. C.-A. E. Phipps, Manager.
Mattreuei. pillows and bed com-'   Special display ol Lace Curtains,
(orteri at C. B. Hume 4 Co. | c, B. Hume A Co, une fioatiyiDevaic..
day at
bevelstoke. b.c.,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Chas. Murphy.      Hahoui Fisher
Barrister.,! Solicitor., Etc.
gUVKlSTOKS c., TROUT I.AKK.'ll. ft
C. K. .i.lun. , C. Ki.i.u.rr,
Orricts :  Im >khul  Kink I.wck, llicviti.
•btokk, M. C.
Money to loan.
Offices: llevel.toke, B.C.: I'raiibrook, 11. 0,
Uio. s. Mct'.KTKK,
\. M   l'lNKUAM. J. A. Hahvkv,
Hcvulsioke. b. i".     Cranrook, n.   .
J. M. Seotl 1.L.IJ W. I. HrlnnH.
Morav to Loan
'Solicitous,fok**,M(iu.iin8 Bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
fl        »
Aw.v ol ill Ores.  Sumi.'e.'r.)'mall or express
receive prom|,t Attention.
Tcrmi Moderate.
ADinuui      ■      -     -     BOX 132 K.SI.0, B, 0.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Surveying
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 100, Revelstoke.
Notary p.-blic, Ktc,
PhonsS     NEW DENVER, B.C.     P.O.Box 10
(Member   American   Institute   of
Mining Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
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.
Gbe fl!>ail*1beralb
"1 would ,' . . earnestly advim: theni Ior
their food to order this paper to be punctually
served up, and to be looked upon as a part of
the tea eqnipage."—Addison.
CORRESPONDENCE Invited on matters ol
public interest. Communications to Editor must be accompanied by name of
writer, nol necesdarily lo publication, but
m evidence of good faitti. .'orreHpo.idei.ee
.hould be brier.
We are passing through a period at
tlie present day which can rightly be
termed Canada's growing time and
no where is this more particularly
demonstrated than in our schools,
where impressions are easily made on
the young mind and have a lasting
influence in building up tbe brain to
be cognizant of the potentialities of
Canada, and of our own province in
particular. There are other things
every bit as important in the curriculum ol our school children, as the
general subjects which go to lorm their
educational studies, and these are the
benefits which can be derived Iron,
the study ot objects which are classified according to genus and period, or
in other words, that which go to lorm
a museum, or a collection ol natural,
icientific, artiitic and literary curioui,
A museum il an inititution which
afTordi interest for young and old, and
in itself is a (und ot information and
instruction. We are glsd to see tbat
the principal of tbe public school has
recognised the value ol a muieum to
hie pu|.ili by the institution ol the
nucleus ol one, which, although small.
is nevertheless a valuable asset to the
educational properties in the city.
The present museum is situated in
Ihe public ichool building, which cannot sITord much space as compared
with what ia really required. Again
the specimens are limited in quantity,
although there are some line samples
ol minerals and other interesting relics
connected with early days of provincial
history. We would urge that those
who have curious or other articles lhat
hare a special interest attached to
them, place such in tbe ichool museum, where they can be ol instruction
as well as interest to the rising generation, Tbe principal has intormed ui
that the children ipend a great deal ol
time in this muieum, small as it is,
and can vouch Ior the benefit tbey
derive. Another feature we would
suggest, that when the new school
buildings are erected a ipecial room
be iet apart for museum purposes
where i very facility can be given Ior
the display ol curious and instructive
exhibits tbat wiil not only be ol the
greatest benefit to our children, but
alio ol value to Revelitoke.
Probable Scarcily of Fuel
During Coming Winter —
Supply May Not be Too
The exchanges nre nowadays lull ol
articles dealing with the conl and coke
situation, both in the east and in the
west. The general opinion seems to
be that there will be a ftuisider.il.le
shortage in this supply tl.ri.ugl...
this country, and if s (rely-..-
weather is experienced I wiutei
there is sure to be wide s|.i d suiter
ing. The railway corporal ub tell ol
large supplies stored at the hend ol
tl.e Great Lakes, but it must l.e l.ornc
iu mind that lh-.. railways will require
almost double the quantity they huve
heretofore required, because Ibe number ol engines, shops and tanks have
largely increased and new lines hive
been built And opened lor transportation. There can bo no doubt that the
building ot the Kootenay Central
Railway will be hastened chielly on
account of tl.e vicinity ol that road as
a means ol reaching the Crow's Nest
coal fields, in order to obtain a coal
supply lor the mountain division ol
the C. P. R.
The company are opening up a tug
coal mine at llosmcr, and as so n as
their contract with tl.e Crow's Nest
Pass Coal Co. expires in 1901), they
will draw their supply tor the Crow's
Neat and Pacific divisions largely
Irom Hosmer. in the meantime there
is great dilliculty in getting enough
miners to work the coal mines at any
thing near their lull capacity, con e-
quently it is almost certain that there
will be a great shortage this winter,
and we strongly advise our readers lo
at once arrange lor their winter's needs
belore a car shortage comes along.
There iB one phase of the coal question which effects us locally and
which needs the attention ot the cily
council, and that is the compulsory
weighing of all coal on the city scales.
At present there is room Ior doubt aa
to the absolute correctness ol coal
furnished by dealers who do not furnish certificates from the weighmaster
io cba.ge of thc city scales, and the
council should pass a by-law making
it compulsory Ior ail dealers to lurnisli
a certificate Irom the man in charge
ol the oity scales, showing exactly how
much coal is in eaoh load delivered
and then citizens will know whether
they are getting a fair deal or not. A
resolution should also be made in the
charges lor weighing of coal. The
dialers who use the city scales must
ol course add the weighing charges to
the price of the coal, and this makes
the price to tbe consumer ol large
quantities unnecessarily high. The
scales cost the city less than $200 in
the first instance and have paid lor
themselves long since, therefore the
weighing charges should be reduce to
a figure just sulticie.it to pay the
weighmaster for his trouble and no
more. The city should be able to get
enough revenue without resorting to
excessive weighing charges on coal
and hay, which are such necessaries
of lile. We hope to see the city
council take this matter up at once
and fix it properly.
vince until August 31,1*1)08.
A ch.se season for willow grouse,
blue grouse and prairie chicken lina
been declared within the Grand Forks
Electoral district until August 21,1908
Vancouver, Aug. 27.—Tl.e provincial government is promoting the
measures to be adopted with regard to
irrigation, and i. already hurd at work
evolving the policy which it intends
to.' I into execution to tedee.n tl.e
dry ol  the  interior of  British
Col 'in. Thescivicis ol P.olessir
L.(I nrpenlcr, state engineer ol
Colon, do have been secured, and ho is
already in the province, and will
.i.ake his wny to the interior as soon
as he has conferred with the ...embers
ot the government aa to the outline of
the scheme. Professor Carpe.iter's
advice will be sought to euablo tl.e
govern n ent to bring in sweeping
irriga 1 ...e..sores at the nexl session
of the    . sh. t ure.
g: cantic "skeleton.
Bones of Colossal Prehistoric
Beast Unearthed.
Vancouver, Aug. 27.—The bones of
either a glint whale or prehistoric
animal, by some believed to he a mastodon were brought litre Iron. Skide-
gate, Queen Charlotte Islands, where
the owner ol the property is digging
Ior other parts ol thc great skeleton.
Seven feet six inches across thc
forehead, frum eye to eye, is the
measurement ol the skull. The sockets apparently held eyeballs eighteen
inches to two leet in diameter, with
pupils the size of tlie lenses used in
large automobile searchlights. The
thighbone was eight fret long, and the
vertibrae over two feet thick, while a
rib ii.eaBured seventeen Ieet in length.
II it is a mastodon it will be the lirst
in British Columbia.
Revelitoke Cigars- Union Made Our
Special, The Union, and Maroa Vuelta
are ahead
In thematic,   of  William J.  Elliot,
In the matter of the ' OiHcial Administrator's Ael."
TAKE NOTICE that by order ol
His Honor J. A. Forin, made or. the
loth day of August, 1907, I was appointed administrator of the estate ot
said Willi .in J. Elliott, deceased, and
all parties having claims against the
said estate are hereby required to
furnish sume properly verified to me
..n or before the 1st. day of October,
1IM7. And .ill parties indebted to said
estate are hereby required lo pay the
amount of Iheir indebtedness to ine
Otlt.'iiil Administrator.
Dated the 27th day of August, 1907.
Order-in-Council in "Gazette"
Sets Forth Dates.
The hunting season in British Columbia will open on September 1, and
already numerous parties are making
preparations lor expeditions on the
hunt lor big and small game in the
favorite districts. The seasons to
open are
Imck of all kinds, snipe, bittern,
heron, plover, meadow lark, from Sep
temtier 1 to February 28.
Grouse ol all kinds, including prairie
chicken and ptarmigan, Irom Septem
ber 1 to to December 81,
Moose (bull), caribou (bull), elk nr
wapiti (bull) and hare, by order-in-
council a close season is declared in
certain districts, from September 1 to
December 31.
Deer, mountain goat, mountain
sheep (rani), l.y nrder-in-council a close
season ii declared in certain districts,
Irom Hcptember 1 to December IS.
Tbo nrder-in-council in regard to
game follows:
Close leason for prairie chicken, willow grouse an.l blue grouse, in the
Okanagan Electoral district until September 1910,
Close season for mountain sheep
(rami) in the Lillooet and Caribou
Electoral diatricts, Irom and alter the
Hth day of November in each year.
Close seaion for prairie chicken in
the Kamloops Electoral district until
the 'lint day of August, 1908, inclusive
A close leason for prairie ohickem
In the matter of Lewis Eyra Sleeves,
In the matter of ihe "Ollicial Administrator's Act."
TAKE NOTICE tlmt by order of
Hi- A.i.ior.1. A. Forin, made the 15th
day of August, 1907, I was appointed
Administrator nf Lewis Syra Hteeves,
deceased, and all patties having claims
against the s.id estate ;..e iie.eby
required t.. furnish name properly veri-
Ib-dln me nn or before the 1st. dayof
October, ion". And all parties indebted
to said estate are required t" pay ihe
amount of indebtedness u. ..... forthwith.
Official Administrator.
Dated the 27.1. -lav ol August, 1907.
..f Wil
In the matter
In the matter of the otHri.il Administrator's Act."
MW . IVh
Ilevelstoke Land District.
District nf Wo«t Kootonay.
Take 11 e tnal Andrew Kilson, of
Bevi'lat.iKi', II. I'., miner, Intends In
apply fur a special limber liien*.- over
lhe lollowliiK desi rilied lands •
1, Ciii.iiiipi.i'Iiik III u post |.lai.le.l
mu. quart,I nnl.. above ib.. nonh lurk
>.f Fiat Cieek, on the iitiril.,liai-k, and
mark.... "Andrew Kitson's S. E. Coruer," Ihence uorlh 40 .Imins, ihenee
wesl lflljchains, thence south 40 .-Iinins,
theuce cnsl 1110 .haius to puinl of
i-o....ne..u ..iini, nnd containing 010
ncres mine orless.
Dnled A.ig.isl.H0ih, 1007.
2. Commencing ntn post planted
one quarter mile ..hove Ihe north fork
of Flat Creek on the nii-ll. hunk nnd
marked "Andrew Kitson's S. W. Curuer,". heme north 80 chains) thenc,.
east 80 cliains; thence smith 80 chains,
Ihence wesl 811 chains, lo point of
coiniiienceinent .mil containing Oil)
ncres more or less.
Dated August 20th, 1907.
li. Commencing ..i .. post plnnted
nlio.lt one mile and tliree-q.i.irlei-s
beluw lhe norlh furk of Plat Creek, on
th.. norlh bunk, and uiniked "Andrew
Kilson's S.W. Cornel*," thence north
HO ehnins; tbence ensl ill chains, thence
snutli lOchains, thence enst 40 ehnins,
thence soulb 80chains, thence weal 40
chains, thence north 40chains, thence
wesl 40 chains to point of "oni.ueni'e-
menl and containing 610 ncres more or
Dated August 2.1th, 1907.
Ankuew Kitm.n.
TAKE NOTICE that  by unlet
Hi*- Honor .1. A. Forin ...a.i.. the
day of August, 1907, I was appointed
I administrator <>( the estate <>f   Mid
William Thomas, deceased, and all
parties having claims again., tbe sai.l
estate are hereby required t,. furnish
same properly verltied ... me on nr
before the 1st, .lav nf October,  1907,
And nil parties indebted to said estate
...re required  ...  pay  ll..- amount ol
their indebtedness to tue forthwith.
[Official Aflmlnlst.atnr.
Dated themhdayol Aug, 1907,
Iu the matter of Archibald Sqnalr,
In lhe m-iller nf the "Ollicial Administrators Act,"
TAKE NOTICE hy order of llis
Honor .1. A. Fori.., mnde the loth day
of August, 1007, I was appointed
.idinii.istr.il.it- of ll...  estate  of said
Archibald Brechin Squall-, deceased,
nnd nil parties having .Iniins against
the said estate are hereby req.ilie.l Iq
furnish same properly verified to ine
on or before the lit. dnv of October.
1007. And nil parties Indebted to snid
eslnle are required to pny the n.nnunt
of their Indebtedness to mn forthwith.
, Official Administrator.
Dated the 27th dny of Augusl,1907.
Lillooet Land District.
District of Lillooet,
Tnke notice that Andrew Kits...., of
Revelsloke, B. C, Miner, intends to.
npplv for il special tlll.be.' license uver
lhe following descrihed binds;
1. Co...mencing nt n post planted
on the ensl bank of the north forkof
Seymour River, nliout lj miles above
the fork of ll.e Slime mid nliout 81
miles up fnnn .Shuswup Lnke, and
mnrked "Andrew Kitson's S. W. Corner," Ihence ninth 1(10 ehnins, thence
enst 40 ehnins. thence south 100 .bains,
thence west lOchains to point of coui-
iiieneeii.ent, and containing (140 acres
more or less.
Dated July Hist, 1007.
2. Coinmeneing at n post planted
on the ensl bnnk of the north forkof
Seymour River nbout lj miles nlmve
the fork of the same nnd ..bout 31
miles up f. om Shuswap Lnke and
marked "Andiew Kilson's S. E. Corner," thence nnrth 100 chains, Ihence
west 40 chnius, Ihence soulh 100
chains, th. nee east 40 ehnins to point
of cotiimencenieiit and containing 010
ncres moi e or less.
Dated July 31st, 1907.
3. Commencing ut n post planted
on theeast bank ut lhe north fork of
Seymour River, about 4J miles above
the fork ot the same and about 34
illiles .-.hove Shuswup Lake, and
marked "And. e.v Kitson's N.W, Corner," thence south 80 rlinins, thence
east 80chains, theme mirth 80 ehnins,
thence wesl 80 elinins to point of commencement und containing 010 acres
more or less.
Dnted July 31st, 1907.
4. Commencing ut a post plnuled
on lhe eust bnnk of the north fork of
Seymour River, nliout 4J illiles above
the forks of the same und about 34
miles up from Sbuswap Lake, nnd
murked "Andrew Kitson's S.W, Corner, thence north 80 chnius, thence
east 80 ehnins, thenee south 80 chains)
thence west 80 chnius to point of coin,
mencenient nnd conlaining 040 acres
mure orless.
Dated J nly 31st, 1007.
5. Commencing nt n post planted
on the enst bank ofl he north fork of
Seymour River, aliout one half mile
below the fork of the same, nnd ahout
20 miles up from Shuswap Lnke uud
mnrked "Andrew Kitsun s S, E. Corner," Ihence north 80 ehnins, thence
west .SOehnins, ihenee south 80 chains,
Ihenee eust SOchaius to point of com-
inenceineiit and coutnining 040 ncres
more or less,
Uated August 3rd, 1907.
II. Commencing at a post planted on
the east liank nf the nonh forkof Seymour Kiver, about one half mile below
lhe fork of the same nnd about 29
iniles above Shuswap Lake, and
uiarked "Andrew Kilson's N.E. Cur
tier," ihence soulh 40 ehnins. tnence
west lOOchains, thence nurth 40 chains,
tbence east lOOchains lo point of commencement ...id cuntainm'g 040 acres
more o. less.
Dnled August 3rd, 1007.
7. (.'..in.....neing nl n post plnuled
On the west bank nf the north fork of
Seymour River, about three miles
below the forkof lhe same nnd abuul
20J miles above Shuswap Lake and
innrkeil "Andrew Kilson s S. E. Corner," Ihenee norlh 80 elinins, thenee
we-i SO chains, ihence south 80 chains,
tbence .-asl8(1 chains, to noinl of com.
...ei.ee.nenl and containing (till ncres
mure or less.
Dated August 3rd, 1008.
8. f..mniericii.fr at a posl plai.le.l
on .lie west bank of lhe norlh f.u-k of
Seymour River, about 24 and a half
miles nbove Sbuswiip Luke, and
iiMiik.-il "Andrew Ki sou's S, I'l. Corner," tbence north hii i-hi.ii.s, thenee
we-i Kll ehuins, thin..* .-..uth -S'l chains,
thence east 80 chafns, lopoint of eon.-
...en.euient and containing 11411 acres
....ne orless.
I inted August 3rd, 11X17.
|   9,  Cummencing ai a po«.  planted
ii. ui one i..il.' wis! "i the north fork
! of Seymour River, .... a tributary nf
the si.me nlnnit 21 miles up from
Shuswap Lake and marked "Andrew
Kition'sS.W, Corner,' thence north
H. chains, thence .-.,*' inn chains,
. hen..- south in . l.'i.r.s. Ihence wesi
Ifli) i bf.ii.s io point tit rnntrnencement,
....I containing ni'i ... res mere ... less,
Dated August flth, 1907,
'    W.   Cu.iiiiierie.ng fit a  p..*t planted
aho it ..ne nnl.. .-ut of lhe north furk
jfSeyillOUf River, on a tributary of
the same, about 21  ...ilea up from
Shii-wi.p Lnke. aud .narked "At.drew
Kilson's N.W. Corner," thence soiiih
W . halns, Ihence easl    I'm   chaini,
thence north in chains, thence .v.-«i
100 h mis topoint of ......me..(-.-....-...,
..I containing 840 acres .ooro or less,
li.ii.-.l AiignsUltb. toll.
Anmh-'.w Kithos.
—r M.J        .    . —
Iti'vcl-l/ikc land District,
Distriot of Wo.!, Knot (may,
Tal.. ....lice tbat, ll..w.i.a.i Lumber f fouipany.
Ltd., ol ItovolBtoke, B. (I., ocoopntlon Lumber
M..i.iifnrtnrers, Intends lo apply torn *|i..ol»|
timber licence over Mu. fiilfowl.iK described
Cni.imonclnB ata .osl. planted .... the .outh
siile i.f tiortrtrjn.t urn. liip.tr Arrow Uke and
iniii-ki-fl "Howiiiiii. Lumbor .lomj.imy'a N. i<;.
oornor post," IlieiieeensUj.. ..l.altiH.tlii.iicc h<h.i!,
". eliains, llifii.e w«« SUelHiiiMMIi.fi iorl.li
81. elinlns to point of wiiii'iieiiceinciii, and uon-
Niiiiiiin .Ull acres, mure or I...H.
Df.icil July III, IIM.
wan?   Hy tholr Agent, John O, McCarthy,
In  the mallei- nf Jnp.es Crnwf.u.l,
In lhe n a1 ler of I he '-Official  Adndn-
islrnlni-'s Act."
TAKE NOTICE lhat hv nidur nf
His II..i.or,I. A. Eorin, made nn ihe
15.li .b.y nf Augusl, II'(I7. '1 wns appointed udll.ininlr.Hnl of the eslnle of
S.ii.l ,1.lines Crnwt'.M.l,  deceased,  and
nil p....ilea hiiying claims against ibe
said estate are hereby required lo
fillnisb same pro. p.-ly verilted to uie
on or In-fore llie 1st. day of October.
1907. And all parlies indebted tn said
,'Hlaie are hereby required lo pay Ihe
amount of Iheir Indebtedness to me
Ollicial Administrator.
Dated the27ih day nf Augusl, 1907.
Local Rovelstoke
6oc.nl..t Party of Canada
Heels Kind ami Tl.lr.1 Wednesday In llio Bnnli)
In Helkirk llllll, upstairs, at 8 n.tn. Nnldectln*
uiscns.li.n-"Arraimmeiit "f Capitalism." All
Interested nre (celciinu.
C. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Camp, No. lie.
MccU Second and Kimrlli Wednesdays In
each innnth, In Selkirk Hall. Vlsiilng-Wood-
men cordially invited lo ..llond.
W. D. Al.MSTI'.ONO, Con. Com.
J. MclM'YltK, Clork.
F. O. E.
Tho regular meetlnns aro held in tho Selkirk
Hall ovory 2nd and Ith Tuesday ovenlnn at I
..'clue.. Visiting brethren nro cordially invited.
Kootenav LodKe No. 15 A F.41A.M.
The regular meeting, are held In tbe
Masonic Temple,
Jdd Fellows Hnlt.on
the third Monday lb
■inch month at I
p.m. Vii.ltinglin.th
ren cordially wel
Moots every Thursday
ovoning In Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren oor-
dially In vital to attond
l'„ TItlMBI.K, N.O. J. MATHIE, Sue
Gold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 28, Revelstoke, B. C.
cxeept Third Wednesday ol
each ii,,..ill., In the Oddfellows'
Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
Knights arc cordially invited.
Q. H. BROCK, K. of R. A fl.
H. A. BROWN. M. ol F
Mom dam of both mixes wish to ex*
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receive 15 fancy, handnome, imported
Posl Cards and yonr name entered on
- Iim. an 14 lm
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That's Royal Crown kind-
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Spraying Material, Ont Flowers, eto,
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Arrow Lake, S, C
n. fi. cunnnud
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Douglas Sl.—$800, easy lerms.
Two Houses, Third Sl.—$1,500
One House, corner King and
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Eight Acres just outside Ihe City
Limits, suitable for fruit—$100 per
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of Frujt Lands near the City.
Also one 25 foot Iol  suitable for
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(^»_,   REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Newly built.    First-claes in every respect.   All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day, Sped I Weekly Rates.
Queen's fiotel, Trout Lake, under same management
suitably furnished with the choicest the
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Best brands ol Wines, Liquorsand Cigars.   Travellers to
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First-clan accommodation (or travellers.
lieut brands of Wines, Spirits, and
RATES  $1  AND  $1.50  PER  DAY
fflBten **;>
Js'ollcfl Ik hereby given thut ihlrt, daji alter
dule J niicii..' in ii|i|.l\ io ino lloiiorablu Ublel
CouiuiiMiliiuurui Lauds and Works forapeelal
license to cui uml umry luvny iimi>or lnun We
IoUuhIns dentil bed muds situa-ed in West
houtuiay, Upper Arrow Lake Dutrlt'i:
1. Commencing ul ft pu*t plained OU llie
miiitli milt! ul Leu (..reek, aud abt-ui twenty
i'liains iroui tiie Creek, and about nmi milw
irom iho inoulli ul«uid, marked "i-.„ a. Hal-
luik'NnAuili'W4islouniurk|ii'Bl,"Uu'Uce eau Ml
chains, iln-me unrili Ho clialns, I lino c wust m
,   chtllll**.    HIUIICU .-*iillUl   M"  ('iiail)S,   tu   plHi-C   oi
2. Cuinaioiii'ing at a post planted on the
nuriii nldtj "i Leuu Ureolt, ami abuut 50 Ice I
Irum tlu' svlllll-oasl i-uimu' (ii'M Of id IliUuBI
Limit Nu. 7-188, and about 6u leel imm lu
Houlti-wcKi curlier post ot Timber Limit '841
ijuifkr.i ■■]■.. N. Hiillui'iiV nm.al pust," lucuci-
wesi bd ebains, Iheuce --until -in chains, ilioitc*
eaat llili ebalus, thence north 40 chain*, ihcnci
west Ml ibuius to placo ol commencement.
8, Com inclining at a post planted on tlu-
-until hide ul Leuu t'rei'k, tbout nine miles
irum tbo moutli, near tiio smith-went eoruer ul
T. Ii. .So, 711W, marked ' K. ■>. Hallock's nurr •
west eoruer puat," tlience h-.-utn -IU chains,
tbeuet' east loti euaum, tlienee nortb it) chain--,
tbeuce weal 100 chaius lu place ol beginning.
4. Commencing tti a post plauted on thu
«<ujI side of Die smith forkof leuu Cr-.ck, ana
about two mill**- from the lorks, marked "it. rs.
tlnlioi-k's nurlb*west corner pual," (licuei
bi'iiili eu chains, llienee eaal au chains, weuci
norlh ou chili.ia, Ihenee weal Ml cU-llia lo place
ol beginning.
<> Commencing at a post i.luuted ou tin*
weal fine ul tlie anuili furkuf J.cou Creek, and
aoout th tee ami one half mllea irom me mouth
ui aaid lurk, marked "is. N. llallnck'n norlh-
wuitcorner *post," tbeuce suulh Su chains,
lluuceenal au chains, Uience Uurth eu ihalns.
tlieuce weat b. ehalus to place of begl.nilng.
B, l.uinmcneing ,u " lllSl planted on lue
weal able ui me Mmih lork uf Uuu creek, and
abuut tuur ami une Halt mllea i.nin the mouth
utaaul mrk, murked "h, N. Uallotk'a north-
mat curiu-r pom," llionce suuth bu chaiua,
Iheuce eaat mj chama, tut-nce iiurili mi cbaina,
iheuce west M chains lu placu ul beginning.
Dated July iilai. m-7, Iteveiaiuke, B, C.
Revelstoke Land Dislrict.
District of Wesl Kuotenay.
Tako nolice that Warreu -.udrows of Revel-
etoko. B.C.) occupation Prospector, iuteuds to
npply Tor special timber licenses ovor llie following described luuds:
1. Commencing at a post plauted 24 miles
westof Columbia lliver uud % mile uorlh of
Soda Creek, marked "Warren Andrewa' uortb'
(■..ist cumer," theuce smith 80 chains, Uience
wosl 80 chaius, theuco north 80 i haius, thouco
east 80 chaina lo pointof commeucemeut, coutaiuiug 040 acres mure or less.
2. Commencing ut a pust plauted ty miles
west of the Columbia Kivei, lit) Lhaius north of
Soda Creek, marked 'Warreu Audrews' uorth-
east coruer," theuce soulli 80 chains, theuce
wost 8u chaius, theuce uorth 80 .chaius, thouce
oust Ml chainslo pointof commencement, cnu-
tin utug 6*10 acres more or less.
3. Commencing at a post planted 4} milei
weslofCuiumhiu Rivor on tbe north bauk of
Soda Crook, murked "Warren Andrews' uorth-
east corner," theuce south Su chuius, theuce'
Bov latoki' Und District*
Dislrict et Viv.nl IvohI unity.
Tako   notice    llrnt     Hugh  McLean;
Itevel-toki', H. 0., occupafiut Pi-ospeolor, lu
tends iu apply for spootul tluilHi'iiuunofttOMr
the folluwiiiif described I uidn; -
1. Cntnincueing at n. pusl planted at tie
mirth-went  curlier nf   T. U  SK J 0, iniirke.l "Hugh
McLi'iiuh fUHUlHYMi corner.1 lliunue euat tu
li.un.1, tlntui-o uoitli flu clmins, lliunca west B*j
tIihIiis, tlieuce smith 8ti i-haliiaiu puinl uf emu-
ilium uineiit, colitftiuing (140 acres nunc or less
2. Commenci ig at -i post planted 8 chains
east nf iiui'Ui-oasi enrner nf T I. HtJlO, innrkeil
■'Hugh -McLean's nuuih-west uorner," theme
inntli m chtiiua, thuncu ua t Mi cli.iins, tlitiue
south ;s p chains, thuuee west SO chums to point nf
uiiiuinoiicemuut, ionttuning (ilOacres mote or less
8. Cnuimuneiiigat a pnst planted 2 mllei imrlli
uf Mica Creek and 2 miles east of Cnlumhta river,
marked "Hugh McLean's Huuth*-west comer,''
tbenco iini'tli 81) chains, thenee cast 80 ciniins,
.hen smith Ml cnains, tiience west f-80 chuius to
■ mini uf i-ommiiiicciiiunt, containing040acres muru
or less.
4. Coinmeneing nta pnst plnnted- miles imrth
jf Midi Creek, and 'A iniles u.isi of Culumbia
Itiver, marked 'Hugh Mc Lun ns south* ivesl (.'orner,'' thunce north 80 chains, tlieuce east 80
chains, thunce auuili flO chaini, thunce wust 80
l'In ins to point uf I'.niiiiu'iif I'liieiit, cuntaiuing 010
acres muru orless.
5. Cuminuiicing at a  post   plantcil 2 miles
 li uf Uiu north furk uf Mica Creek ami 4 miles
east of Columbin Uiver, markud "Hush Mi-Lean's
uorth-west corner," thuncu auuth 8 > uhmiiB, ihencu
uiwt Ml chains, them-e imrlli bOuluiin.i, theu«u
ivest Ml chains to point uf cuiuuiuucumuul, con*
luiuing 04ii acres muru ur less.
ti. I uiu miioing ul a pust pUnted 2 miles
north uf llie north fmk of Mica Creuk and 4 miles
east uf Culumbia River, markuii' Hindi McLean i
auiith-wuHt curuer,' ibuuco nurth 80 cliains, thuncu
uasl 80 ciiains, ihence smith 80 chains, thence
weat Mj chums tu pnint <>1 coiuuu-ticemuiit, t-mi-
taiiuug 040 acros mure ur luss.
7. Cummuncmgata post plintcdS miles nurth
■if Mica Creel and -■■> uilesea-jtof Columbia
Hivur, luurki'd "Hugh .McLuuirs suuth-wust corner," thencu nurth Ml chains, tnence east ni
chains, thuuee* south 60 chains, thuncu wust 8"
i'liains tu puiut nt comiueui'cuieiil, cnniulniiig 1)40
acres muru ur luss.
bia Hlver. murked "Hugh McLean's south-west
curuer," tlienco north MJ chains, thencu east 80
chainB, thunce south 80 chains, thunce west 80
-hains to puint uf comuieucuuiuiit, cuntaining 040
utTuimoru ur luss,
Coin mem-iug at a post planted A
h ef Mica Cruuk ami 'A'A miles east uf Coluiu-
0. Commencing at a post pluutod 2lt udlus
nuiili uf thu north furk uf Mica Creuk and 4! 3
inih-soii.il. uf Columbia Hirer, marked "Hugh Mc
Leans south-west cornur," thuii-e nurth 80 chains,
ihence east 80 chains, thence smith 80 chain*-,
Iheuce west 80 chains to point uf commencement,
miUiniug 040 acres muru nr luss,
10, Communcing at a post planted 2 miles eait
uf the Coliitubi-Uiver uud 4 milus north uf Mica
Creek, marked "Hugh McLean's amith-wust cur
thuncu uorth 80 chains, thencu uust 80
chains, thunce suuth* 80 cha.ii.-i, thence west su
Imins tu puiut of comuiuucuuumt, containing 010
acres inure ur luss,
11. Commencing at a post planted un tbe south
auk of polluted    reek, 2 miles frum thu mouth,
markud   'Hugh  M: Lean's   uurtb-wust corner,"
ilii'ii c auulh 8o cIjiinb, thunce east bOchiins,
theuce uurth 80 cbaius, thunce wust 80 chaiua to
point of commuiiuument, containing  iilu act,
more or less.
U   Comincncing at a post plantml _ miles east
j   KQveWpke UHtiu uiaci-tcc.
1 Diaiiictid' Wesi ICoolotitty,
of|   T.iku until' lit" ivu, Joint OcoulKH'
lUHlU.O. Wiu.il.im.tir J't-plm-Oiek,
H. C\, "ir:i|in lull  Liiiiiliunui'ii, inifiul
iu apply iu.* a,i -ci.ti lici'iici-s tu cm timber <»•< !■ Lhu Fui lu winy described landm
1. Uui)iuienciug ftt a pust plan ted
on lhe east kink about mu 111 ilu up on
the flrat moutli folk of Poplar.Creek,
thenee smith HKI chains, Ihenee west
40 cliains, thence nnrlh 100 chains,
tlieuce tast ID chains tu puinl of cm
2. Commencing ut ft poat planted
on the west hank of ine first boiuIi
fork of Poplar Creek, 3 miles tip,
thenceeast 80 chains, theuce south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thencu
north 80 chains to point of commencement.
ii Commencing at a post planted
on the west hank aliout I miles up the
Hrst smith fm kuf Poplar Creek, Uience
west 80 chains, thence smith 80 chains,
thenceeast 80 chain*;, tlience north SO
ehains to point of cnmincnceiiient.
Dated June luth, 1007
4. Commencing at a pull planted
on the west bank of Poplhr Crer
j 1-2 miles up, running west 80 chains
along (i. K. Revell's Nu. 2 Limit, south
hminilary. thence suulh 80 chains,
thenceeast 80chains, thence nurth 80
chains to point of cummenceiiiunt.
5. Commencing at a pust planted
on the west hank uf Poplar Creek,
about 6 miles up and running along
O. K. Revell's nurih boundary of No,
2 limit, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
tlience smith 80 chains to poiut of commencement.
Located June loth, UKI".
B. P. KiUMY,
6. Commencing at a post planted
3000 feet from C.P.R. track opposite
the 27 mile board, about oue mile west
of Rapid Creek, thence west 80 chains,
thence smith 80 chains, theuce east 80
chains, theuce north 80 chains to point
of commencement,
Dated June 27th, 1007.
wed jly Sl   J. 0. RADV, Locators,
west 80 chains, thence north SO chains, theuce of Columbia Kiver antl lj miles south of Potlatch
easl 80 chuius tapoint or com meucemeut, contaiuiug 640 acres mora or less.
4. Commencing at a post planted 4] milea
west uf Columbia Kiv»r, aud oue mile suuth uf
Soda Creek, niurkod "Warreu Andrews' uorth-
eusi corner" theuce south 80 chaius, theuce
west 80 chaius. theuce uorth 80 elinins. thouoe
east 80 chains to puiut of commeucemeut, con-
tuiuing640 acres mure or less.
5. Commouciug at a post planted ,'lj milos
weat of t olumbia Riverand 61) chuius soulh of
Soda Creok, markud "Warreu Audrews'north-
im-i coruer," thouce soutb 80 chains, theuce
west 80 cbaius, theuce uurth 80 chaius, tbeuce
eust 801 haius to*uoiutof commencement, continuing 040 acres more or less. \
6. Commencing at a post plnuted 2it miles
west uf Columbia River uml}, milu sonth of
Soda Creek, marked "Warreu Andrews' nurth-
east corner," theuce wust tii chains, thence
soutb 80 chains, t- encu east 80 chaius, theuce
nurth 80 chains to poiut of cummeucemeut,
coutaiuiug 64u acres mora or less.
Hated July nun, YM.
wed aug 14 WARHEN ANDREWS.
Revelstoke Land District.'    ■'  ■ '
Districl of Wesl Kootenay.
Take notice dial The Smith Creek Min-
inj and Development Company, duly
registered in British Columbia and engaged in placer gold mining, intends io apply
for a special timber licence over the following described lands, for the purpose of
obtaining timbers for mining purposes!.
Commencing al a posl planted a distance of 1584 feet south from a point on
Smith Creek, situated 440 feet below tiie
mouth of .Pot Hole Creek, and niarked
"The Smith Creek Mining and Development Company's north-west corner post,"
tlience south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence norlli 80 chains, ihence
west 80 chains to lhe point of commence
ment, and containing 640 acres, more or
Dated August 8th, 1907.
The Smith Creek Mining and Development Company,
i'er Frank li. Guffey,
wed aug 21 Manager and Agent.-
Cariboo Land District.
Districl of Cariboo.
Take notice that Donald Mcintosh of
Revelstoke, B. C, prospector, intends lo
apply for permission to purchase Hie following desciibed land:
Commencing* at a posl planled about ij
miles above Blue River? marked "D. Mcintosh's S. E. corner," thence north i_o
chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
south 120 chains, thence east 40 chains lo
point of commencement, containing 4S0
acres more or less,
Dated July 31st, 1907.
wed aug 21 D. McINTOSH.
West Kootenay Land District, District of Revelitoke, B.C. Take notice that Rupert William
Huunen, of Revelstoke, B.C., occupation Insurance Agent, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described land:—Com*
meiiciiijt at a p iat planted on the western shore of
Upper Arrow lake, at Bannock Point, and marked "H. W. tiaggen's south-east corner post,"
situate about 30chains from the southern extremity of Bannock Point, thence north 40 chains to
the southern boundary of George Boyd's pre-emption, thence west «0 chains to tlm eastern boundary of Lot 811, thence-south 80 chains to the shore
if Upper Arrow Lake, thence east following the
•diure of Upper Arrow Lake to place of commencement, contatng an area uf 160 acres, more or less,
Dateu July 20th, 1007,- Rupert Williams Haggen.
Sealed Tenders, snpi'iscrilied "Tenders (nr Lock-up." will he received l.y
the Unit, theCliel CniMidseinncr, up
It. noon on Tuesday the 8id day of
SepteinW, 1007. for lhe erection and
completion of a Lock-up nl. Revelstoke.
PInlli, spe.-iH.'..lii.iis, conlrnct .....1
fill-ills of lender may he seen on nnd
lifter the 201 h day of August, 1807. at
tin. Oftlee of the Oovernment Agent,
Kevelst'ike, or nt the Lnnds and Works
Ilepuluieiit, Victoria, B.O.
Ouverniiie.it Agent,
As I hare purchased a suitable
building I Intend to remain In the
eity and open a fancy, dry good, drew,
making and millinery business on
First street, opposite the Cliinax hotol.
Mrs, 0. K. Hpilidmry uf Vancouver will
have oharge of the millinery department. A, MilLGN,
Creek, murked "Hugh .McLean's nurth-east curuer," ihence west tw chains, thunce «uutb ;M
chains, thunce east 80 chains,' thunce nnrtli mi
chaius to puiut of commencement, cuntaining 040
acres mure nr less.
YA. Commencing at a post planted 80 chains
east nf suuth-ua.it eurner uf T. L. 9868, maiked
"Hugh Mcl.caus south-eaat corner," thuuee wust
80 chains, thenco north sochains, thuncu east SO
chain i, thunce suuth 80 chains tu pointof commencement, containing 040 acres muru or less.
ll. Commencing at a post planted 80 chains
east of suuth-east coruer of T. L, Dti.'.s, marked
"Hugh McLean's snath-west corner," thuuee
north 80 chains, thence. east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, tbeuce west 80 chains to puiut of
cummencement, cuntaining olo acres muru or less
■16. Communcing at a post planted 80 chains
east of north-east corner of T. L. 7640, marked
'■Hugh McLean's south-east coruer," thuuee north
sO cj-atus; thence east 40 ebains, tlience north in
-.-hains, tneuce weat ,80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thunce west '40 chains, tbence smith 40
Chains,thence east 80 chains to pointof commencement, contuming 040 acres more of less.
Dated July Hard, 1«7.
Wed aug 14 HUOH McLKAN.
Revolstoke Laud District.' .
District of West KuuteuBy.
Take notice that Warreu Audrews of
Rovelstoke, occupation Prospector, intends
tu apply fur a special timber license over the
[ulluwiugdescribed lauds:—
1, Commeicii)g at a post planted 80 chains
wust of Columbia Hivur and li milea north of
d-Mile Creek, uiarked "Warreu audrews' southwest comer," thence, north 80 chains, thuncu east
80 chaiua, iheuce suuth 80 chains, tlience west 80
chains to point of cummencement, containing 040
acres mure ur less,
•1. Commencing at a post planted 1 mile west
of Columbia Itiver anil 1)^ miles nurth of 8-Mile
Creek, marked'Warren Andrews' south-east corner/ tbence north 80 chaina, thence west 80
chuina, thence aouth 8U cliains, thence eostbu
chaius to point of cnuiuieuGeiueifc, containing 040
acres more or less.    '  '•;   ■
8. Commencing at a post planted-^ miles west
of Columbia River and 1 mile nnrtli of e-Mile
Creek, maiked "t\arien Andrews' aouth-wesl
comer,'' thence north 80 chains, thunce east 80
cliains, theuco south ao chains thence west pu
chaius tu point if commeucenieut^contuiniugOtO
acres more or less.
4 Commencing at a post planted 'A miles west
of Columbia Hivur and 40 Chains north of 8-Mile
Creek rnurkud "Warren Andrews'south-easi corner/' thuuee north 100 cnains, thence ucstlu
chains, thence south 100 chains, thuuee east 4i)
chains tn puiut uf cuniiueiicement, containing 040
acres more or leis.
5. Commeueiug at a post planted 3 miles west
of Columbia Kiver,audit miles north'of 8-Mile
Creek, marked "Warreu Andrews' smith-east corner,'' thunce north 80 chaius, - thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence easi 80
chains tu point of commencement, containing 810
acres more or less.
6. Commencing at a post planted 1 mile suuth
of 8 Miln Creek anil u( milus west of Columhia
lliver, marked "Warren Andrews' north-east corns*," thence south 8ti chftlni, ihenco west 80
chains, ihence north 80 chains, thence east 8f
chains tb poiut of commencement, containing 040
acres more nt less.
Dated July-45th, 1UU7.
7. Commencing at a post planted 2 miles south
of 8-Mile Creek, and 2^ miles wost of Columbia
Uiver, marked "Warren Andrews' north-east cornur," thenco west 80 chains, tlience soutli 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thonce north 80
chains to point of 'coinme'ncement, cuntaining till
acres more or less. , .
8. Commencing at a p ist planted 'J1,, miles
west of Columbia River and ii wiles south of
8-Mile Creek, marked "Warreu .Andrews'southeast Corner," thunce north 80 chains, theuce west
Mi chains, thence south 80 chains, tlieuce cast 8U
chains to point of commencement, containing 040
acres more or less.
0! Commonclng at a post planted on the soutli
bankof 8-Mlle Creek, tl\ miles weat uf Columbia
River, marked "Warren Andrews' north-east corner," thence south 80 chains, thence west 60
chains.thence nirth 80 chains, tbence east to
chains tu point uf commencement, cuntaining 01U
acres more nr less.
10, Commencing at a poet planted \i mile
south of south furk of 8-Mile Creek and :p,
miles westof Columbia Hlver, marked "War
ren Andrews' north-cast corner," theuce south
80 chains, thouco west 80 chains, theuco norlh
80 clmins, thunce east 80 chains to puint uf com!
tnencement,' containing Olu acres mure or less.
,11, Commencingat a.post planted 1J*miles
aouth of 8-Mile Creek and ;ij utiles west of Col*
umbia Hlver, marked "Warren Andrews'
north-east corner," thence south 80 chains
tlmncu wost 80 chains, thunOo north 80 chains,
thence easl 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less.
12, Commencing at a pust plautod on
tho south bank of the south fork
of 8-Mile Creek, 41 milos wost of tho Columbia
Rivor. marked "Warren Andrews' north-east
corner," thenoo south 80 chains, thenco west 80
chains, thence north 80 chaius, thonce east t-0
chains to pointof commencement, containing
040 acres more or lens.
YA. Communcing at a poat planted 1 mile
south of thu south fork of e-Mile Creek, I)
miles west of Columbia Hlver, marked "Warren Andrews' north-east comer." thencesouth
80 chains, thence wust 80 clialns, thenoe nortli
80 chains, thenco eaat 80 chains to poiut of
cummencement, containing 610 acres more or
IL Commencing at a post planted 1 mile
smith of south fork of 8-Mile Creuk. ty miles
west'of Columbia Kivor, marked "Warren Andrews' aouth-eaat corner," thunce north 80
ohains, thence west 80 chains, thenco south 8u
Chains, thenoe oast 80 chains lo point of commencement, containing 610 acres more or less.
Dated July 26th, 11)07.
wed aug 14 WAItltEN ANDUKWS-,
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Arthur U, Johnston
of Poplar, British Culumbia, occupation, uierchanl, intends to apply for n
special tin,ber -license Hivor the following described Jauds, situated on Poplar
Creek in the West Kuotenay District.
Commencing lit a post-planted about
5.1 miles from the town of Poplar, B.C.
on the eust side of Poplar Creek,
marked "A, G, Johnston's south-west
corner post," tbence easl 80 chains,
Ihence north SUchaimUhenje west 81)
chains, thence south 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing (M0
acres more or less.
I/jcated June 23rd. 1907,
Kovolstoke Lind District.
Distriot of West Kootonay.
Tnke notice that wc. Lamb-WaUon Lumber
Co.,Ltd, of Arrowhead,occupation Mlllown-
ers, Inteml to apply fur permission lo purchase
Iho following described huul:
CuuiuinnciUK at a poal planted ut thc S. K
corner of ltalph Simpson's application, Ualena
Lay, thenco nurth 80 chains, lhcuce east lu
clmins, thuncu north 20 chains, thence im-i 2u
ohnlns, thence suuth 20 chains moro ur let* tu
Ualoua Hay, thenco suuth westerly along nurih
shun* of Ualena Kay tn pulut uf com muii cement.
Datod anl July,ID07.
LajiB'WatwM Lc.mukk Cu., Ltd.,
w«Uutf7 U.B.N.WtUucAgcuu
NOTICE      .
Kevelstoke Land District.  '
Dlstrictof West Kootenay1.
Teko notico that Hugh McLean of Revel-
stoke, H C, occupation Prospeotor, intends to
apply fer special timber licences over the following described lauds:
IV Commencing at a post planted 20 chains
north of Potlatch creek, 2], miles oaat of Columbia Hivor, marked "Hugh McLean's -south-west
orner," tnence north 80 chains, thence oast 80
chains, thence south 80 chafns, thence west 80
ohains to point of commencement, containing
tilu acres more or less.   -
2. Commencing at a post planted II mile-
nortli of Potlatch Creek, V/, miles cast of Columbia Kivet, marked "Hugh McLean's southwest comer." thence nortli 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thenco south 80 ohains, thenco
west 8u chains to point of commencement, containing 610 acres more or less.
3. Commencing at a post plantod 1 mile
norlh of Potlatch Creek, it1, miles cast of tol
umbia Kiver,. mnrked "Hugh McLean's north
west confer," thence soulh bOchains.thcncu east
80 ohaius, thence nortb 80 chaius, thunce west
80 chaina to puint of commeucemeut, contain
ing 640 acrei? more or lew.
4. Commencing at a post plunted 4 mile
north of uorlh fork of Mica Creek, 214 miles
frum tho forks,marked "Hugh McLean's south-
wist corner," thence norlh 80 clmins, theuce
east 80 chains, thencu suuth 80 chains, thoncu
wesl 80 chains tu puinl of commencement, containing 610 acres more or less.
Commencing at a post planted U miles
uortli of north lurk of .Mum Creuk, 21 mile.4
from furks, marked "Hugh McLean's southwest corner," thence north 80 cluuus, lhcnco
east80 chains, thence south 8ii chains, theuce
wust 80 chains to point of commencement, cun-
taming 610 ucrcs more or loss,
6. Commencing at a post planted on tho
north bank of the north tork of Mica Croek,
:s miles from furks,uiarked 'Hugh McLean's
south-west corner," thoncu uorth 80 chains,
theuco east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains to point of commenue
ment, containing 610 acre-, more or less.
7. Communcing at a post plantod on the
nurth forkof Mica Creek, 8 miles frum thu forks,
marked "Hugh McLean's norlh-west curuer,"
theuce south 80 chains, thunce cast 80 chains,
thuuee nurth 80 chains, thencu west 80 cliains
tu puint uf coinmencement, containing 610
acres more or less.
8. Commencing at a post' plantod on thc
south furk of Mica Creek, throe iniles from the
forke, murked "Hugh McLenu's south w.
turner," ihencu nurth 80 chains, ihenco uasttiu
chains.thence suulh 80 chains,thenou west80
cliains lo point ul commencement, containing
.610 acres inure ur leas,
9. Commencing at a post planted on the
suuth fork uf .oua Creek. 3 miles from the
forks, marked "Hugh Mulicau's north-wesi
corner," thunce h-juUi80 chains, thonce cast 80
chains, thencu nurlb 80 cbaius, thenuo wust 80
chaius to poiut of cumineuceiuent, coutalniug
610 acres more or loss.
in. Cummencing at a pust plantod at a point
li mile south of south fork or Mica Cruuk, and
2 miles from forks, marked "Hugh McLean's
north-wesi corner,' theueu aouth 80 chaius,
tbeuce east 8u chains, thouce north tin chains,
thence west so chuius to puinl uf commenco*
ment,containing 640 icros more or luss.
11. Commencing at a' post plantod Vi mile
south of .uniii tork of Mica Cruek and 1!>j
miles from forks, marked "Hugh McLean's
norih-wust cornce,' thence suuth ltio chains,
tbeuce eanl 40 chains, thence uurth 160 chains,
thence west in chains to puim of commencement, containing 610 acros mure ur less.
Dated July 28lb, 1W7.
wed aug 14 HUGH McLKAN.
Cariboo Land Dislrict.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice lhat Harry Sawyer of Revelstoke, B.C., niilln.au, intends lo apply
for |hm mission lo purchase tlie following;
described lands;
Commencing at a posl planted aboul
one mile above Blue Kiver, 4nd marked
"H. Sawyer's N. W. corner," thence eust
8o chains, Ihence soulh 80 chains, Ihence
west 80 chains, tlience norlh 80 chains to
poinl ol commencemeni, containing 640
acreh more or less.
Dated July jolh, 1907.
wed ag j,   Per Donald Mcintosh, Agent.
Hevelslokc Uiul Uiilrlnt.
I.l.trlcl ol Wnl K..iik-i.»y.
I .k.- i>aiic« thai 1, Anton lUnx-n of Poplar,
B.C., .-. ...i-Hiiui) Miner. Init-iifl lo apply Ior
-, ..un-, I. in to purchase the followiug dusifrlU'd
Commencing- at a |n.-i planted ou the nortb
Hide of the lardo Kivor, oppoiite the .own of
....[.lar, marked "A. Ilnn*.-..'. N.W. corner,"
Iheuce ca,t Ul chain., thence .ouih lu chain.,
tin-...,...... 10 chain., theuco nonh 10chain.
to pointol commencemeui,aud coutalulu,.0
lent, more or less,
C.iril.0.1 Land DUfl.lt,
District of Car.I......
T'.ik.. noticu thnl D. Mcintosh ul
Hevulutiiliv, U.C, .ii-cii|.,iiiuii lliu.-k.
smith, inleiids to apply loi'special lun
i.ci- licences ov.M the following de-
scribed lauds:
1. L'oinuieiicing nta post planted nl
tippet missing of All..-edit Uiver, and
iiiiu-kud "1). Mcintosh's S, li. corner,'
llienee wesl SO chains, llienee nortli Sf
elinins, thenee casi su cliains, thenci
soulh SI) ehaiiis to point ot CJiiinicnc.-
ineilt, containing HID acres more Ol
2. Commencing at .1 post planted
alongside jl, Sawyer's No, 2 post, nnd
marked "D. Mclulo.-I.'s 8. li. corner,"
thenco west 11)0 chains, Ihence nortli
40 elinins, theuce east 100 chnius,
Ihence south 10 chains to point of
commencement, containing (110 ncres
uioroor less,
, 8. Commencing ut .1 post planted
lit lower crossing of Aluradi! Itiver,
marked "D. Mcintosh's N.B, cornei.,"
thence south UH) ehuins, llienee west
■10 chains, tlience norlh 100 ehnins,
thenee east 40 ehnins to place of commencement, containing Oil) acres more
01' less.
Dnled August ulh, 1007.
4. Commencing at 11 post plnuled
ill mouth of Alhivdn Uiver, marked
*'D. .Mclnlosh's N. IS. curlier." thencu
west SO chnius, thence soulh 80 elinins,
tlienee easl 80 ehuins, thenc.. ...irtl. SO
chains, to point of commencement,
ciintalniiuj (110 acres mure or loss.
Dated August Olh, 1007,
5. Commencing nl a post planted
2) miles above Apperall camp, marked
"D. Mcintosh's 8. K. coruer." theuco
west 40 chains, thence uorlh 100 cliains,
Iheuce east 40 chains, tlience soulli 100
chains to puiut of ctiimnenceiiient,
conlaining 1)10 acres more or less.
0. Coinmeneing at a p..sl planted
alongside No. 5, inarked "D. Mcln.
tosh's N. K. corner," thence west 40
chains, theuce south lOOchains, theuce
easl 40 chains, theuce north 100 chains
to point of commencement, containing
(HO acres more or less.
7. Commeuelng at a post planted
one-hall mile above Apperall camp,
marked "IJ. Mcintosh's S. VV. corner,"
thence east 40 chuius, thence north 100
chiiins/thence west 40 chains, tlience
soiith'100 chains to point of commence;
menl, containing 010 acres' moru or
Dated August 2nd, 1007.
8. Oommenclng at apost planted
one-halt mile soutli uf Apperall camp,
marked "D. .Mcintosh's N.E, corner,"
theuce west SO chains, thenee,south 80
chains, the.ice east SO chains, tiience
north SO cliains to point of commencement, containing 040 acres inure or
9. Commencing at a post planted
alongside No. 8, marked "D, Mclnlosh's S. K. corner," theuce west'SO
chains, thence north 80 cliains, ther ce
east SO cllllihs, thence south 80 chains
to poiut of commencement, containing
040 acres more or less.
Dated August 1st, 1907. ■ ,     !
10. Coinineneilig ata post planted
across river from Apperall camp, and
marked "U. Mcintosh's N.W. corner,"
theuce east 80 chains, thence Bouth-80-
..•liains, thence west SO cl.ai.is, thence
inortl. SO chains to point of cdininence-
ment, containing 010 acres more or
Dated August 0th, 1907.
11. Commencing at a post planted
alongside No. 10, marked "D, Mcintosh's S.W. corner," thtnee east80
chains, thence north 80 chains, theuce
west 80 chains, thence south SO chains
10 poiut ot commencement, continuing
010 acres nunc or less,
12. Comineucing at a post planted
one-half mile ,below- Done Creek on
west bauk of Thompson Kiver, maiked "D. (Mcintosh's S. li. > corner,"
tbence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chaius, theuce south 80 cliains, tbeuce
east 80 chains to poiut of commencement, containing 010 acres more or
Dated August 1st, 1007.
18, Comineucing at a post planted
at mouth ot Hone Creek, marked "D.
Mcintosh's N, VV.; corner," thence
south 40 ehuins, tlience east 100 chains,
theuce unrili 10 chains, tlience west
100 chains to point of commencement,
conlaining OIU acres more or less,
Dated August 7tb, 1007.
14, Commencing al a post planted
alongside of S, McMahon's No. 4 post,
marked "D. Mcintosh's N.li. corner,"
theuce west 100 chains, thence south
40 cliains, theuce east 100 chains,
thence north 40 chains lo point of
commencement, containing 040 acres
more or less.
Dated August 1st, 1907.
15. Commencing at a post planled
2 miles lielow Hell Koaring Creek,
marked "D. Mclnlosh's S.W. corner,"
thence east 80 eliains, thence north 80
eliains, Ihence west 80 chaius, thence
south 80 chains lo point of commencement, continuing 010 acres more or
Dated August Ull, 1907,
10. Coinineneilig at a post planted
at upper end of Meadow, aud murked
"D. Mcintosh's S. K corner," thence
west SO chuius, thence norlli SOchaius,
thence east SO chains, thence soutli SO
chains to point- of oommenoement,
continuing Olu acres more or less.
17 Cumin...icing at a posl plunted
alongside of No. 10, ami inarked "D.
Mclnlosh's N.li, corner," thenee south
80'chains, tlience west 80. chains,
thenee north 80 chains, llienco easl SO
chnius lo point of comuieiicemeiil,
containing 010 acres more or less,
18. Commenoingat a posl planted
buck uf Meadow, and marked "D.
Mcintosh's S. li. corner," thenee west
80 chains, theuce north SO chaius,
thence east 80 ehuins, theuce south 80
chains to po.tit of cumiucuceinciil,
conlaining (U0 acres moru or less.
19. Oommonolng at a post planted
one mile soulb of No. 18, marked "D.
Mcintosh's N.li. curlier," thence south
80 chains, llienee west 80 chains,
thence norlh SO ehuins, thence east 80
chains to point of coniniou.cmcnt,
containing OI0 acres more or less;  *
20. Cm. linen ring at a post planled
alongside of No. 19, marked "D. .Mcintosh's S. li. corner," Ihence wevt 80
chains, thencu nurth 80 chains, thenee
east 80 chains, lhcnco south 80 chains
to point of commencement, contain
ing (III) acres more or less.
Dated July llOth, 1907.
21. Commencing at a post planted
2J miles below lllue lliver, on east
bank of Thompson Kiver, marked "D.
Mcintosh's H. IV, corner," Ihence oast
80 chains, theuce nortl. 80 chains,
tlience wesi 80 cliiiins, thonou south 80
chains ■ tn. .nihil of couiuiencement,
containing filo acres more or loss,
22. Commencing at ..post planled
alongside of No. 21, murked "D. .Mcintosh's N.W. corner," ilienre east SO
ohains, tlience south SO ehains, I hence
2*1.  CuiiiineiHfiug al a poil planted
.ie.uss  rivei"  frniu   (loose  eamp, and
marked "D. Mel ih's S.W. corner,"
f h,....-e eusl SD chains, llienee norlh SO
cbaius, tlu-nce we.*t Sll chains, llu-i.c,-
loiith 80 ehuins to point of conmience-
menl, containing Oil) acres more or
Dated August 7th, 1007.
21. Co...men.'ing al a post planled
ilongside of No. 28, niarked "D. Mcintosh's N.W. coruer," Iheuce east SO
hams, thence south80chains, Ihenc.
.vest SIJ chains, thence nurth 80 chains
in point of commencement, containing
IHI) acres inure or less.
'Si. Oommenclng ut a post planled
2. miles suulh of No. 21, innrkeil "I).
Mcintosh's N. W. eurner," thence easl
SO chains, thence suulh 80 ehains,
Ihence wesl SO ohnins, thence north SI)
chains ... puint uf commencement,
containing Oil) acres mine or less.
Dated August 7th, 11)07.
20. Coinmeneing at a unst plunted
10 chains frum moutli uf liig SI....gh,
....irked "D. Mclnlosh's S. li. corner,"
thenco west SO ehuins, thence norlh Sll
chains, Ihenee eust SO ehuins, thence
suulh HO cliains to poinl of Commence-
iiieni, containing Oil) acres mure or
Dated July 20lh. 1007.
wed nug 21 1). McINTOSH.
Cariboo Land District.
District of Crib. 10.
Take notice that S. McMiihou of
Revelstoke, H.C, occupation Blacksmith, inleudsto apply for speciul limber licences over the following described lauds:
1, -Cui...i.e..cine, at a posl planted
14 miles khove Bone Creek un.l 10
ehuins inure or less from Thompson
Kiver, marked "S. McMahon's N.W.
corner," thence enst 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, theuce west 80 cliains,
tlieuce north SO chains lo point of
commencement, containing IHO acres
more or less.
2. Commenolng at a post plauted
alongside No. 1, uiarked "S. Mc-
Malu.n's S. W. eurner." thence east SO
chains, tlience uurth 80 chains, Iheuce
west 80 cbaius, tlience south 80 ohnlns
to point of commencement, containing
Oil) acres more or less.
8, Commencing at a post planled
alongside of D. Mclnlosh's No. 12,
niarked "S, McMahon's N.E. corner,"
thence west 80 chains, thence soulh SO
chains, thence east 80 chains, theuce
north SO chains to point of oommenoement, containing Oil) acres more or
4. Oommonolng at a post planted
at mouth of Thunder Creek, inurkei
"S, McMahon's S. E. corner," thenc.
west 100 chains, thence north 40
chains, thence east 100 chains; Ihenee
soulli 40 ohnins to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or
less, '
Dated August 1st, 1907.
.">. Coinineneilig at a post planted
alongside of II. McMahon's No. 0, and
marked "S. McMahon's N.W. corner,"
tlience east 80 chains, thence soutli 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 040 acres' more or
0. Commencing at a post planted
on west bank of 'Thompson River,
about 0 miles from Hell's Gate, marked "S.McMahoh's N.E. corner," theuce
west 40 chains,' thence south 100
chains, thence east 40 chains, thence
north 100 chains to point of com
iiiencenient, containing 040 acres more
or less.
Dated July 2«th, 1907.
wed aug 21 S. McMAHON.
Caribii,. Land District. I   Catil.no Und District.
District,uf Ca.ilioo. '   Dlstrictof Cai-ibuo.
Take notice ihal I!. H. Sawyer of Take notice thai H, M.-Malmn of
Keveisloke, B.C., nccupatlou Mill... in, Kevelstoke. Il.C. intends 0 apply fnr
i..lends lo apply f-.r special liinl.e. li- spe.-ial timber licences overlijc lo.low-
I'l-nces over tl.e foil..wing described iug des, iib.-d lauds:
1,   Commencing at a post planted
J.alcS^nd Julv, l'JUi. , , ,    .
tti llr 11) ANTON UANSBN,  I west 80. chains, tbeuce uurth Si) chains
Lillooet Land District.'.
District of Lillooet,
Take, notice that Nels Thomas Edwards of Revelstoke, B. C, cruiser,
intends 10 apply for special timber
licences over lhe following described
1 Commencing at a post mnrkeil
"Nels Thomas Edwards' suiuh east
eurner pnsl,'planled one mile enst of
Lot 8905... 1. north fn.-k ol Seymour
River, on east side, lo ... >■ norlli 80
ehaiiis thence wesl 80 cbnins, thence
soulh SO chains, tlience east 80 lhaius
to point ot. mi.111..-in.-....-..I, containing
010 acres more or less,
2. Commencing al n post marked
"Nels Tin.111.is Edwards' south wesl
eorner posl," planted one mile e.ist (if
Lot 8995, on uurth fork of Seyu. ur
River, on east side, llienee norlh SO
chains, Ihence east 80 chains, thenc.
south SO cliains, thence 'vest 80 chains
tn point of eiiiiiiiienceiiient, Containing
010 acres more or less.
Dale.! August 16th, 1907.
8 Commencing' at 11 post mark.-.I
"Nels Thomas Edwards 80111I1 e-tst
corner posi," planted anD.it 8J miles
eustof ihe north fork uf Seymour
River, on south side of Deep Creek,
thence norlh 100 chains, t'hencu west
40 chains, 1 hence south ltio chains,
tbence east 40 chaini lo pointof commencement, containing 010acres mine
01: less.
I Commencing ut a post mut-kul
"Nels Tin.inns Edwards' soull.-n.-st
enrner pusl," plnnted about 8j miles
east uf the norlh fork of Seym.uu
Kiver, on smith sideof Deep Cock,
ibeuce uorlh III.) cbaius, thence eusl 40
chains, Ibeuce suulh 180chains, Iheuce
west 40 chains In puinl ol* Onill.lieiice-
incut,.-.min lliing Oil) KOrei more or less.
Dated August 17th, 11*17.
wed aug 21 Local...-,
Lillooet Land District,
District of Lillooet.
Take ilntlce that Andrew Kltsou nf
Itevelstuko, B. ('., occiiuatlun Miner, intends
toapply fora special timber license over the
following described lauds;
1. Commeuelng at a poil planled aliout two
miles uorth nf smoky House .'nek near Hi •
north-west corner of T, L, 8105 aud markeil
"Andrew Kitson's N.K, corner," thetice running south 80 chains, ihence west V0 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence cast 80 chnlns
to point of commencement and containing 6(0
ti'.TCfi more or Ies ,
2. Commencing at ft post planlwl about two
miles north of the mouth ot Htnokv House
creek, near thc north-went enrnor of T, L. 810.S
snd inarked "Andrew Kilson's M. K, corner,"
thenee running uorlh 80 chains.thence west
80chains, thencesouth 80 chains, thenceeast
80 chains to point of commencement ami cun*
taiulng 040 acres mure or loss,
Dated July 8th, 11)07,
wed aug 14 ANDREW KIT80N,
Kevelstoke band I nm r I.-i.
I.illrlct of West Kootenay.
Take notice lha. Kichard I... vis of Ilevelstoke
B.C., occupation Saw lller, iute.idi toapply for
a special timber license over tbo following
described lands:
(Jouimenolng a. a post nlanted about one
mile below Hook Polut, an.1 about SOchaius
from llio oast bank ol tho Columbia Itiver, an.l
marked "Kichard Jlavls' south-east corner
post," thenco north bill chains, Iheui-o west...
chains, thenco south If).) ohains, lhcnco cast 40
chains to tho point ol coiHineucemcnt, aud
oiiiiii.iiilnit 'In acres more or less,
Ii.u.i.1 August 3rd, 1S07,
wed au| 14 lUWIAUD DAVID,
1. Cummencing at u pnst planted
une milt- above upper crossing of At-
breilfi Kiver .narked "K. 11. Sawyer's
N.W. corner," ihence snutli 80chains,
tlience east SO ehuins, Ihence north 80
.haina, llienee west SO chuius to point
of commencement, conlaining (HO
acres mure or less.
Dated August 5th. 1007.
2. Coinnieiiciiig at a post planted
uu suulh boundary nf Lot 0752, marked "It. II. Sawyer's N. E, eurner,"
Ihence wesl 80 ebains. thence south 80
chains, Ibeuce east SO chains, tbeuce
nurth SI) chains to pninl nf commencement, containing 010 acres inure or
8. Commencing al a pnst planted
alongside No. 2, marked "It, 11. Saw-
y.-.'s N, W. corner," then.-e east so
.•hains, Ihen.-e sunt I. SOchaius, tlience
west 81) chains, theuce nurlb SO chains
in point of cummencement, containing
Oil) acres mure or less.
Dated August 1st, 1907.
4. Commencing at u pnst plan-ed
at mOflth of Thunder Cr.-.-k, marked
"K. II. Sawyer's N.W. corner," thence
eas. SO chains, tbeuce s.mill SU chains,
Iheiue west 80 chains, llienee nnrlh SO
chains to pninl uf commencement,
CMiitaiuing 1)10 ncres more or less,
.">. Commencing at a post planted
at the mputh of Thunder Creek, marked "K. II. Sawyer'sS. W. corner,"
ihence easl SO chains, ihence north SO
chains, tlience west SO cliains, thence
south 80 chains to point uf cumniencement, containing 010 acres more or
0. Coinmeneing nt a post planted
one mile above .Meadows, un.l mnrked
'R. 11, Sawyer's N. E. corner," tbeuce
soutb 80 chains, (hence west SO chains,
I hence norlh 80 cliains, thence east SO
chains to poinl t.t couunencemenl,
containing 010 acres more or less.
Dated July 31st, 1907.
7, Commencing at a post planted
below in..ulh of Hig Slough, marked
"R. 11. Sawyer's S.W, corner," thence
east 80 cliains, tbence north SO chains,
Uience west 80 chains, Ihence south SO
chains to point of commencement,
containing O10 acres mure or less.
8. Coinmeneing at a pnst plunted
alongside of No. 7, marked "It. H.
Sawyer's N. W. corner,'' thence east
SO chains, tbence south 80 chains,
Ihence west SO chains, tbence north 80
chains to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
9, Cummencing at a pust planted
about 3 niiles above Hell's Oate on
Thompson River, marked "R. 11,
Sawyer's S.W. corner," thence east
SJ chains, thence north SO chains,
tlience west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains to point of coinmencement,
conlaining 040 acres more or less,
10. Commencing at a post planted
alongside of No. 9, marked "R. H.
Sawyer's N, W. corner," thtnee east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, tlience north SO chains
to point of coinmencement, containing
040 acres more or less.
Dated July 291 h, 1907.
wed aug 21 R. II. SAWYER.
Cariboo Land District.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that H. Sawyer of Revelstoke, B.C., occupation Milliiiun,
intends to apply for special timber licences over the following described
1. Commencing at a post plauted
one mile above upper crossing of Alhreda River uiarked "11. Sawyer's
N. E. eurner," tlience south 80 chains,
Ihence west 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 cliains to point
of commencement, containing 040
acres more or less.
, Coinmeneing at a post planted
one-half mile below upper crossing of
Alhreda River, markeil "H. Sawyer's
N. E. corner," thence south 80 chains,
Ihence west Si) chains, tlience north SO
chuius, Ihence easl 80 chnius lo puint
of commencement, containing 040
acres more or less.
Dated August 8th, 1907.
3. Commencing at a post planted
40 chains from Big Slough' camp, and
marked "11. Sawyer's S.W. corner,"
thence east 10 chains, theuce nnrth 100
chains, tbeuce west 40 chains, thence
south 100 chains to point of commencement, containing (HO acres  more oi
. Commencing at a post planted
nlu..guide No, 3, marked "11 Sawyer's
N.W. corner," thence cast 40 chains,
tlience south KK) cbnins, tlienci wesl
lOchains, thence north 100 cbnins to
puiut uf cn...inc..cement, cuntaining
OK) ncres more or less.
Dated July 29th, 1907.
5. Commencing ut a posl planted
alongside of it. 11.Sawyer's No. (I posl,
marked "H. Sawyer's S. E, corner,"
thence nortli 80 chains, thenee wesl SO
ihiiins, thence south 80 ehuins, thence
fast SO chains to point of commencement, containing 840 acres muro or
Dated July 31st, 1907.
0. Commencing at a pust pl.tntwl
alongside nf I). Mcintosh's No. 20 posl,
uiarked "II, Sawyer's N.E. corner,"
thenee west 40 chains, Ihence soulh
100 cbnins, tbence enst 411 chains,
tlience north 10O cliains to |H)im of
coiiinieiiceineiit, containing 010 acres
more orless.
7. Oommonolng at a post plained
about '.j miles above Hell's Gale,
marked "11. Sawyer's S.W. corner,"
tbence eust 80 chains, thence norlh 80
cliains, Ihence west SO chains, tbence
soulb 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 010 acres more or
8. Oommenclng at a post planted
longside of  No. 7, and niarked "H.
Sawyer's N.W. corner," thence east SO
chains, tbence south 80 chains, thencu
west SO cliains, Ihence north 80 chains
to point of commencement, containing
010 acres more nr less.
Datetl July 20th, 1007.
.red aug 21        II. SAWYER.
Anypcrsou or persons found cutting or carrying awav timlier off the Comaplix towostte,
without permlulon from the owner Hon,
Hewitt Hostock, or his a-fem Chief Yoang,
will be prosecuted accord inn to law,
Dated this LOlh day ot August, 1W7.
Wed anu 14 2m HfiWITT BOSTOCK.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paia
F.  B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
one mile above upper crossing ol Al-
lueda Kiver. inarked "H. M. .Mabon's
S.E. corner," tbence we t SOC.ain*,
thence north Si) chains, tbence east SO
.-ham-, tbeuce south 80chains tu puiut
.,. co....neucement, containing 040
acres more Or less.
2. Commencing at a posl plauted
one mil.' above upper crossing of Ai-
bieda Kiver, maiked "H. McMahon's
S. Vi. corner.' ihence easl 80 chains,
Ihence norlli bfl.chains, Ihence west 80
chains, thence suuth SO chains In puint
of commencement, containing 040
acres mure or less.
Dated August olh, 1907.
3. Coinmeneing al a pus. planted
on the north boundary of Lot 9752,
marked "H. McMahon's N.W. eurner,"
Ihence east 80 chains, thence s.-.illi SO
chains, tbeuce west SO chains, thenee
nnrth SO chains to point of commencement, containing (HO acres more or
Duted August 1st, 1907.
I. Commencing at a post planted
on west boundary of B. H. Sawyer's
No. S, and marked "H. Mc.Mubon's
S. Ei corii.-r," Ihence west SU chains,
thence north sn chiiius, theuce east 80
chains, thence soulh SO chains in puint
of commencement, containing 040
acres inure or less.
5. Commencing at a post planted
alongside uf Nu. I, inarked "II. Mc-
Mahun's N.E, eurner," tbence smith 80
chains, then.-e west SO chains, tlience
nurth 80 chains, thence east 80 chains
I., puint..[ counneiK-emeul, coulaiuing
010 ac. es mure oY less,
0.   Comineucing at a post planted
miles south of It. 11. Sawyer's No. 8,
and marked "li. McMahon's N. Vi.
corner," thence east SOchaius, thence
north 80 chains, tbence wesl 80 chains,
Ihenee soutli 80 chains to puint of
commencement, conlaining 0IO acres
mute or less.
Dated July 29th, 1907.
7. Commencing at a post planted
2 miles soiilli of Thunder Creek, and
marked "11. McMahon's N.E. corner,"
thence west SO chainB, thence soulh 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
norlh 80 chains to point of couiuiencement, containing 040 acres more or
Dated August 1st, 19.17.
wed aug 21 H. McMAHON.
Lillooet Land District.
District of Lillooet,
Take nolice that William Perlstrom
of. Revelstoke, B. C, miner, In-
tends to apply for (special tiuiler licences over lhe following des rilled
hinds: .
1 Commencing ut a post m iked
"William Perlsttoni's north-easl enrner post," planled one mile east of Lot
8222, on norlh fork of Seymour River,
un east side, theuce soutli SO chains,
Ihence wesl SO chains, thence nortli 80
chains, Ibeuce east 80 chaina topoint
of cuminenceioent, coutnining 040
acres'more tir less,
2 Commencing at a post inarked
"William Perlitwm's north-west «..-.
ner post," planled one mile easl ol Lot
8321, on north fork of Seymour river,
on east Bide, tbeuce soulh 80 cbaius,
thetice east 80 chains, thenee norlh 80
chains, thence west 80 ehains to point
of commencement, coutaiuiug 0
aires more or less.
3 C .uinieiirmg at a post marked
"William Peristeum's south-east curuer post," planted one mile east of Lot
8323, ou norlh furk of Seymour river,
on east side, Ihence north 80 chains,
tlience west 80chains, thence south 80
lhaius, thence east SO chains topoint
of commencement, coulaiuing 040
acres more or less.
4 Commencing at a post mnrked
"William Perlstrom's soutb-west corner post" planled one mile east of Lot
S323,.... uorlh fork of Seymour river,
thence north 80 chains, thence easl 80
chains, tbence south 80 chains, tbence
vies. Si chains to point nf eminence-
...t-ul.('...naming 040 acres ...ore ur less
5 Oommenclng at a post marked
"William Perlstrom's south-east corner posl," planted one mile easl of Lot
8*224. mi north fork of Seymour river,
on east side, theuce noi th SOchaius,
Ibeuce w-Cst80chains, thence s...uh80
chains, tbence eastSO chains lo point
uf commencement, containing 010
acres more or less.
0  Commencing at a post uiarked
William Perlstrom's south-west corner post." planted one mile east of Lot
8221, on noi lb fork of Seymour liver,
on east side, ihence uoitli 80 chains,
tbence east SO chains, theme south 80
chains, thence wesl SO cliains topoint
of commencement, containing OW
acres more or less,
7 Commencing at a post marked
"William Perlstrom's south-east corner post," planted one mile east of
Lot Siii, on north fork of Seymour
river, on east side, Ihence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, theuce
south 80 chains, thence easl 80 chains
lo point of commencement, continuing
IHO acres more or less,
8. Coinmeneing at a post mnrked
''William Pei-lsli.mi's south-west corner posl," planted one mile east of lx)t
S225 on north fork of Seymour river,
on east side, thence north 80 chains,
tlience east 80 chains, tbence south 80
chains, thence,west 80chains lo point
of   commencement, coulaiuing   iho
acres more or less.
Dated August 10th. 1907.
wed aug 21 Locator,
ltarkerhvilleband Dislricl*.
'nislrlci.il.lvrlboo.        *
Take ....ti. v lha. I.Uus K. Ilednroni, ol Iter-
cl.lokc, occupation Timber ('ruber. Iine.id to
apply for a apeolal llmlwr license over the loi-
lowiugdeiicnbed laud.
I. Commencing at a post planled on Olacter
creek and at*.... iwo mile, from the mouth ol
Olacter creek and marked '-Ui.. K. Jledstrom'a
southeast corner post," .banco uortb stcba.na
theuce wet Hi chains, thence soma w ehalm,
theuce east sO chains io 11.p )..,...(..r,,,....
in,... cm....., and containing cu acres more or
... Commencing ala post planled on Ulecler
Creek and about two mf.ei from Ihe mouth of
nlaeler Creek, and m .rked "Uus K. llcds.rom'f
soutl.we.t corner po.t," ihence north S0cha.ni
thence easl So chain., tbence .outh It. chains,
theuce weit So ohaina lo the point ol commencement, aud containing .40 acre., more or
bated July lOlh, ml.
wel aug II UUS. K Ilkl.STKOM.
Kevelstoke Land Diatrict.
District of Weit Kootenfty.
lake uotice that Kichard Davit, Agent, of
RcH-Ist-ike. 11. C, occupation, saw mill manager,
inumds to apply fur a special timber licence uver
tin- following described lands:
i 'mnn-'iicinn at ft post Barked "nurth-wesfe
corner pint." situatm about a <|uarter ef a mile
beluw !■ he Mile Creak, on the west bank of the
Colombia Uiver, running eaut eighty chains,
thenco south eighty chains, thenee west eighty
chaius, tbence north eighty chaini tu the pnlni of
com meneement.
DaW Wr U, IW. Arrival of New Fall Goods
•Caches and
Misses Coats
Don't buy your New Fall Coat without
first looking over the lines we are showing.
J^adies and Misses
(Jolf ^louses
These  are new  and   direct  from  the
makers.   Just right for this weather.
Soys Knick Pants
Good Hard Weaves—just the thing for
school pants.
£oys School
We will guarantee our Boys' Special
School Shoe. Try a pair of these for your
Boys—we know they will give good satisfaction.
Men's Suits
Men's and $oy$ Sweaters
We have put in stock the largest and
best assorted stock both in styles and prices
ever offered by us in the above lines.
Ynu should leave your Prescription with us
We use the Purest of Drugs
and Chemicals
7 Every Prescription is checked
ty before it goes out
Onr prices are reasonable and 4
we will deliver your preserip- ^
tion if ynu wish it.
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J     Only a glance at our stock     a
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•     you to try them.
A trial  will convince you
• they are the purest and tics.     J
J on  the market.   Try   our     ,
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J Grocers, Bakers A Confectioners ,
Wednesday, Aug. 28, Ior 21 hours.—
Unsettled, cloudy with probable showers. Light to moderate winds, Temp.,
max., 70degrees; min. 53 degrees.
Local and General.
R. H. Trueman will be at his
studio lor one week only starting Saturday morning, Aug. 31.
D. McCarthy his completed the
handsome new residence on Second
St. lor J. P. Kennedy ol Illecillewaet.
Independent Bind will hold their
regular weekly concert in the Old
Town, (to-morrow) Thursday, weather
Evangelist Romig held a stereopti-
cou lecture and service in the Opera
House on Monday night, a large number ol people being present.
An excellent programme and handsome prize list has been arranged lor
MR It. rifle shooting matches Labor
Day, and some keen competition is
looked (or.
No. 2 Fire Brigade turned out last
evening tor a hub-and-hub and wet
test practice, tbe latter being carried
out in 32J seconds, a very creditable
A large and enthusiastic contingent
ot members and their friends of the
" 'Appy 'Ome' lelt this morning on
tbe ;.». Kevelstoke lor an excursion up
the Columbia river.
The singing ol the Misses Cave at
the services on Sunday in the Opera
House and at the lecture ou Monday
night was a most pleasing feature.
Hive you heard them?
William Feeney, lormerly hall-back
ol the Revelstoke Football team, has
signed on in the Thistle Football club
Vancouver, and will play lor them
this season.
Tbe Ladies Auxiliary ol Knox
church will hold a garden party on
the double lawns of Mrs. Kincaid and
Mrs. Foote, on Friday, Aug. 30th.
Wealber permitting,
A. I'radolini hu erected a building
tor a cement block factory on the low
er town hill and will soon have bis
plant in operation. There is a floe
supply ol sand on the spot.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the K. K.
V. M. C. A. will give a garden party
on the Y. M.C. A. grounds on Tuesday, Sept. 17th. The Independent
Band will be io attendance.
Patronize  Horn* Industry.
Rwafctok* Clgara.
For the Monday Opening.
Every purchaser will be
supplied with a School Bag
to carry away Iheir purchases.   A targe assortment
ol supplies.
W. BEWS, Phm. B.
Druggist and Stationer.
Mail Orders  promptly attended
lo at this Store.
Mr. Martin, vice president ol the
Gurney Stove & Range Co., ol Winnipeg, has presented a Souvenir range
to the Y. M, C. A. Ior use in the
kitchen when ready (or its use, the
Lawrence Hardware Co. have promised to install it Iree ol charge.
The Biitolfi's" Multum in Parvo"
orchestra gave a performace on Saturday night in the Y. M. C, A. Although conditions were contrary still
the house was a good one. The music
rendered was classio, popular and
descriptive, and certainly some ot the
best quality ever heard in Revelstoke.
Charles Turnross, who /was arrested
at Vanoouver reeently and b.oughl
baek to Revelstoke on a suspicion ol
being implicated in the hold-up case
here a short while ago, was given a
preliminary trial on Saturday, but
owing to the witnesses not all being
present, was remanded and released
on bail for $2,000"
The Adams River Improvement
Company, Ltd., is being inoorpoated
with a capital ol $60,000. The interested parties are the holders of timber
limits in Adams River district, snd it
is the intention ot the company to
proceed at once to make the river lit
for driving and sorting logs. The
registered olliee of the company will
be at Revelstoke and Messrs. Harvey,
McCarter and Pinkham are the solicitors ler the company.
A despatch Iron. Calgary announces
that Mr. J. A. Harvey, of the firm of
Harvey, McCarter A Pinkham, has
been there in negotiation with J. S.
Dennis, on behalf of the C. 1'. li., for
tbe sale to tbat company of the charter ol the Kootenay Central Railway
Company and it is understood that
the deal has been satisfactorily closed.
This no doubt means that the road
will be completed without delay, an.l
that the whole ol north Kootenay
will derive renewed prosperity from its
construction and operation by the big
railway corporation.
Potters are out announcing the
holding ol the race meet on Sept.12-13,
and a handsome prize list ol $1,500 is
offered. Some of the best horses in
the province will be present," and tirst-
claas racing in trotting and running
events will be seen. The track ii
being put in good shape, and the level-
ling ol the centre ie being rapidly
effected. The management will spare
no expense or trouble in their enden
ors to put on a good meet, which is
now an established annual event. The
race track is one ol the best in the
country and as such Revelstoke should
take pride in its upkeep.
Dispatches from Kamloops state
that a man named Musley, who has
been in tbat district for some months,
is now being held there until bis
sanity can be enquired into. A few
days ago word was sent into the office
that Mosley had disenhowelled his
horse with an axe and had become
dangerously violent. He has been
acting strangely ever since he came to
the country, but it appeared lo be n
harmless mental affliction which
manitested itsell in a peculiarly relig-
ions way antl this last outbreak indicates a change in his condition.
Mosley was well known at Notch Hill
and lived there lor some time.
W. M. Brown, ol Victoria, one of
the oldest and most popular residents
of Revelstoke in the early days, ii
spending a week in the city renewing
acquaintances. Mr, Brown in yeara
gone by filled the mayoral chair in
the city council and administered that
office in a manner that made him
popular with everyone, He has successfully represented thc Cariboo in the
B. 0. legislature and is iierhaps one ol
the bast known pioneers ol the West.
His many Iriends in Kevelstoke will
welcome him baek here and his visit
though short will be a vory popular
one among those who knew him as a
cltiien in the early days,
To Buy a House.
To Rent a House.
To Buy Nice Building Lots
close in.
To Buy Splendid Fruit
Kincaid & Anderson
Kincaid .nil Anderson
Real Estate and inturanM Agte.
When No. 96 drew into the depot
this morning, a man ot heavy build,
clad in dirty yellow clothes and covered Irom head to foot with cinders,
was discovered lying on the top ol the
express car. He was at once taken
charge ol by the police who lound on
searching him a heavy revolver lully
loaded, a complete set of skeleton keys
and a dark lantern. When he spotted
the police tbe man made attempts to
get away, but without success. He
was taken to the gaol and remanded
till tomorrow for an investigation.
Rapid progress is being made by
thc contracting firm ol Macdonell A
Gzowski in the alteration of the C. P.
R. grades at Rogers Pass, and the
construction of new yards at that
point, according to » statement made
yesterday st Vancouver by F. F. Busteed, general superintendent of the
Pacific Division ol thc railway, who
returned yesterday from a trip ol inspection over his division. By the
change of grades the approf.cl.es to the
new yards at new lingers 1'ass will be
on tbe level, and the capacity ul the
yards will be increased. The contractors are wo.king day and night to
have tbe alterations finished before
tbe snow ll.es.
T»o most interesting nnd uplifting
serin .ns were deliver.d in the opera
bouse on Sunday Inst ly Evangelist
Komil*' In tl.e ..be;noun service he
spoke ou "Joseph," "The Slave who
liec.uue Prime Minister." The se.*-
mon was a strung one. His interpretation of the character'was keen and
helpful. In the cveniug i.e spoke to
young men. lie t.uly placed drunk-
enesB as the prime factor in tlie ruin
ol so many young men and women.
His warning tt) parents to guard wiih
carelul eye the company their children
keep, ought to be heeded. He based
his remarks on Pa. 119,117. "When-
witball shall a young man cleanse his
ways ? By taking heed thereto according to my word." A congregation ol
three hundred listened to him with
rapt attention. On Monday evening
Mr. Komig deliieied hie illustrated
temperance lecture to nn excellent
audience. The meetings will be con
tinned thtoughout the week in the
Baptist Mission Hall.
St. Paul, Minn,, Aug. 27.—The
two cent passenger rate haa actually
resulted in increased earnings for
Minnesota railroads according to
companies'own figures lor May and
June, issued by the Railroad Commission.
The passenger revenue lor those
months in Minnesota exceeded one-
sixth increase in returns. Figures ol
May and June of last year are not
available but the average Ior the two
months since the two cent fares have
been in effect is actually higher thau
the average ol the old rate, with no
increase in service necessary.
Social and Personal
Mrs, B. A. Lawson gave an alternoon
card party on Saturday.
Mr. Hood, ol the Hood Lumber Co.,
at Crs7,y Creek, was in town this week
C. D. Morris. 61 Rogers Pass, was in
the city laat Saturday on a business
0. 8. Ilent has returned from Van-
conver to accept a position in W
Bew's drug store,
Mrs H. N Coursier and family have
returned from a holiday visit to Albert
Miss Dent, ol the Rurrard Sanitar
iuni Vancouver, ia visiting her boms
in Revelstoke (or two weeks.
Fred Forrest, ol Allien Canyon, and
(i. Stevenson, ol Rogers Pasa, ar.
spending a lew days in town.
Miss McRse ..I the |X«. ..(line staff, |
and  Miss  Day  lell   yesterday  Inr  s
couple ot week's visit to friends at
Vancouver and Victoria.
Mr. and Mrs, W. M. Lawrence gave
a social evening in honor of Mis.
Dent, last night. Whist was played
the early part, ol the evening and after
supper the guests indulged m dancing.
Omaha, Neb,, Aug. 27,—Ths biggest
robbery ol the t'nitod States mail ever
pulled off occurred between Denver
and Omaha last Thursday night, when
three InrOUgh registered pouches, two
n( which contained nvcr $250,000,
were stolen (rom the Burlington railroad last mail train between Denver
and Chicago. Although the robbery
occurred on Thursday night the news
ol it only leakod out yesterday, although postal inspectors nl Salt Lake
City, Denver, Kansas City, Omaha, St,
I/iuis and Chicago have been working
on the case since the robbery. Today
every postal inspector and secret service man in the entire West Is working on the ease,
Revelsloke Lund District.
District of West Kooleuay.
Take Notice lhat I. Charles L,
Hyde, of Revelstoke, B C, occupation
Tin.be.. Cruise.-, intends In apply fnr a
special licence to put timher on the
following described laud:
1 Commencing at post planled about
3 miles up the north-east fork of Gold-
stream, maiked "Chas. L. Hyde's
N. W. Corner Posl," thence souih 80
ehains, thence east 80 chains, theuce
north SO chains, thence west 80 chains
tn point of commencement, and containing (110 ncres, more or less,
Dated August Slh, 1007.
2. Commencing at a post planted
about 3 miles up I ne north-easl folk of
Goldstream, nnd marked "Ohas. L.
Hyde's N. E. Corner Post," thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 cnains, thence east 80
chains to pninl of commencement, and
conlaining640aires more or less.
Dated August 8lh. 1007.1
3. Commencing at a post planted
3and a half iniles up Ihe north fork of
Goldstream, and 1 mile west of the
north fork, marked "Chas. L, Hyde's
N. W. Corner P*st," thence east 80
chains, thenre sonth 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
to point of coinmencement, nnd con
taioing 610 acres, more nr less,
Dated August. Oth, 1007.
4. Commencing at a post planted
almul 3 and n half miles up the north
fork of Goldst ream nnd about 1 mile
westof ihe noith fork,'marked "Chas,
L Hyde's North-east Cornel Post,"
thenee south 160 chains, thence west
40 clmins, theme nortl. 160 chains,
thunce enst 40 chains to poiut of commenc.net, and containing (640 acres,
more or less.
Dated August Bth, 11107.
I 5. Coinmeneing nt a post planted
ahout 3 and n half miles up the north
fork of Qoldstream and about 1 mile
wesl of'the north fork murked "Chas
L. Hyde's S. E. Corner Post," thence
nurth lOOchains, thence west 40chains,
thence smith 1811 ehains thence east 40
chains to pnint of commencement, and
containing OtO acres, more or less.
D.-iled>A.igusl9ih, 1007.
6. I'--nu in -ii. i. ig nt a post planted
ahout I mile up Camp (reek and about
half a mile east of creek, Camp Creek
heing a trihutary of Goldstream,
mnrked -Chas. L. Hyde's 8. \V.
Corner," thence north 80 ehnins,
iheneeeast Slh hains, thence south 80
chains, Ihence wes. 8.1 ehains to thp
point of commencement, mitt containing (H'l acres, more or less.
Dated August 12th. WOT.
7 Oimmencing at n post planted .thnut
half a mile from Columhia Kiver and
aim.ii 111 chains south of Downie
Oreek, marked " Chas. L. Hyde's
B. W. ('nine.-." Ihence north III)chains,
l heme enst PI chains, ihence north 4)
ehains, thence east 40 chains, thence
aou.h PH. hains, thence west 80 chains
in point of ro.nmeneeiiient, nnd cnn
taining llll arres more or less.
Dale.l Angus. I3ih. Wl?.
CHAS. L. Htdj-;.
Oarlhoo Land Dislrict.
D..I.i. t „f Caribou.
T.fk.-:.V(.iire that II. McMahon,  ,.f
Revelstok*, B. ('., inlend. to apply f,>.
ipeclal timber license over  the Iol-
ig ItacrltMd land
Inminencing at a noil, planted
'     ■      ' '"redn  Itiver,  Nm-ih
20      r,
al the Forks of AH"'
Thompson, marked 'H McMahon's
S W. (*nr,.«r." .hence east SO chaina,
.he..re »o,ilh 80 chains, thenc.I west. Ht.
(I.....-) thenre nurth SO .-haoiH tn point
of ro.nn.eniement, containing UP)
aires mure nr h-sa.
Dnte.1 April Uth, M07,
II   Mi.M.'H„v.
Tender! will he received by the undersigned up to H p. m. Tuesday, Sept.
3, 1007, for the erection ol the Baptist
Churcli, Kevelstoke, B C.
Plans and specifications can 1.,- seen
at the office of tbe undersigned,
KiNi'Sin A Ani.kksos.
Aug. 2Hth,     Id First Street.
Anyone wishing lancy work for
Christmas should leave their orders
mw. BattenbUrg lea cloths, embroidered centre pieces, cushions ol all
kinds, drawn thread work, bardanger,
etc.   All work guaranteed,
Anyone wishing to see samples nl
work can call at retidence,
Mrs. R, A, Vnn
We are showing the finest range of these goods yet
offered in Revelstoke. We only handle lines that we con.-
trol and you can get a garment here that cannot" be duplicated—giving you exclusive styles. Our garments give
universal satisfaction in fit and quality. Our Fall Coats are
made of close, warm material and heavy enough for our
cold weather. Light colors h.-ve been overdone, and all the
fashion authorities predict a "dark" fall and we are prepared
for it.
The Rain Coats are made up in dressy styles from the
best quality of Cravenette, in all the popular lengths, and
are splendid values.
To-day we are opening a case of Fall Skirts that for style, quality and price outclass
anything we have yet offered. The maker of these skirts is acknowledged by all to be the
lest cutter and designer in Canada. Following the trend of Fall Fashions, they are nearly
all plain cloths, in Black, Navy, Brown, Green and Wine shades.
We can suit your purse and fancy in these. We guarantee every article to be as
represented. If you are not satisfied, in any particular, you can return the goods and get
the money back you paid for them.
Mclennan s
Marriage Licenses Issued
Court of Revision.
Notice is herehy given that the first
sitting nf the Court of Revision to revise and correct the Assessment Roll
as prepared by the Assessor for the
City of Revelstoke for the year 1907,
will be held at tbo Council Chamber,
City Hall, Revelstoke, B.C., on Wednesday, September Ith, 1907, at 7:30
t,d H, FLOYD,
City Olerk,
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations,
STIDIO—School room ol Melhodl.l Church.
Apply Victoria Hotel.
wishing to  leave  Revelstoke as
soon ns possible will sell entile stock
at cost-Miss A.  Marion,  opposite
Knox Church, Second Street.
WANTKD-Korly Rivei Dilvers-
Apply Bowman Lumber Company's Camp, Kish Creek.        ng 17
WANTED   A    dining  room  girl.
I.-laml Hotel, Nakusp, «80 per
DRESSMAKING-1 have succeeded
In proem Ing Ihe services of a
competent dressmaker and milliner
frnm Vancuiivet and am now prepared
in uke ordets for dressmaking and
turn Ihem nut promptly, A Mahi.in,
First. Antli opposite Climax hotel,
ml) KENT     Furnished or   unfur-
1    nlsbl'd  house. nen> lhe Eastern
Semaphore, on 0, P. R.    Apply to J.
Hurtle at the above residence,
ANTED-A gentleman nf good
fninily aniL wllh Unlve.slty
.lUlllfll'Alloni desires pupils for Ihe
winter sessiun, Modern languages,
in.i-.i.-, English and malhrinnlii*
iJiught. Pees moderate, Highest
references and testimonials.
■nllKNISIIED nr partially furnished
Ji housekeeping moms (111 wanted
up town, moderate rent, for ladies
only,  Address Box 782, Cily,
Jewelers and Ophcians
Next to Imperial Bank
The Woman is An Exception
who-will buy her jewels, silverware,
cut glass or_wAtcr.es at any other
store but Hastings, Doyle & Alliens,
You need no guarantee of quality,
" Our word is our bond," and
when we say ihal you are buying
Ihe best, or Ihal a diamond is of
first water, it is as unalterable as
the laws of the Medes or Persians,
Bring Your Purse
Along With You
to ouiiStoru if yon want to purchase
a New Carpet, Fine Orientnl or Wilton rug, matting or linoleum and see
how much further its contents will
take you in purchasing than it will at
any other store in the city, Our
Spring styles ate ready for your
Incorporated by tel cl Parliament, 1J58.
Wh. Molson Macpuerbon, Pies, 8. H. Gwmo, Vice-Pres.
Jamks Elliot, General Manager.
Capiat paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two branches In Canada and Agencies jn all parts of the
Interest credited four times a year at current rates on Savings
Bank deposits, until further notice.	
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Rkvilbtom, B. C.
Import direct from Country ot origin.
tf P.   BURNS   &  COMPANY,  LIMITED.   |
HEAD orriOK t Cau>ary, Alberta.
wholaiaia and Rotail MmI Marohanta
Pork l'arJwn an.1 lKnlei 'In Ll.e Stoek. Market. In all the principal Cities and
Towns ol Alberta. Bittlah cmmlila and the Yoke*. Pwkra ol Ik. Celebrated Brand
"lm er or" llama an.l Bacon, and Shamrock Brand, Leal Laid.
For Aa-rlcnltnral Implsmsots. Carries.., Wagons'i Kte.jyohn
Deer. Plnn«h«, Molina Wagon.., Canada Carries. Companr'a
Buggies, Planet Jr., Garden Boeder, and Cultivators, Wheelwright and Blacksmith Work attended tu.   Hone Shoeing t
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Leave your orders now (or plums,
peaches, prunes and crab apples to
arrive in a week or so. 0. B. Hume
Several New Dinner Sets and
another shipment ol our Mayfield
dishes just opened up. 0. B. Hume


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