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Vol. 13.-No 28
REVELSTOKE. B. 0. APRIL HI
$2.50 Per Year
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Special Sale of Ladies' and
Misses' Wash Dresses,   Clot //M'*)
vimiis In-fore iliev ir.-i-i.-lli-l /
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Lovely   Print and  Zephyr Mill W W'Wi
Dresses, some in the "Peter ' $^{$.8 1;|    3 ,** | /
Pun," others in lhe roiivn- vi^.jflfifjg fjlkJ-w-^f
trimmed; some tucked uml
shirred, olhen pleated nnd
piped will bred piping.
Ihey lit better than anything «*.- have yet shown
and the workmanship on
tlh-,.1 is simply tin'*. They
ure priced ut
0'i mn w
Beautiful While Creations in Lawn—Egyptian and Persian
Lawns  nnd Organdies.    Some are almost artistic in design. H
Ladies we have shown them to pronounce them the best showing E
ever seen in* the west.   Thia is to be the great white yenr.   .Sot
lhat you get yours.   The price is only
S5.QCI
W\t,U'$  SHIRTS  I
J1107 Colorings  and Styles  in pretty patterns. Pert-:.Ies, M
Zephyrs, Muslins, etc,   The styles in the Negligees were never
liner. \ They e, nic in checks and stripes and somo plain Cliani-
brnv {.'rounds,    We lmvo u line selection fit
$1.50
_____    SETS '
97-Piece English Ijinner Sett, baudsomely decorated, nov designs and
colorings.   These are exceptionally nice. —$1400, ^
17 Piece Dinner Sett, ue.v ideas in shapes, colorings are line, and the
patterns are sure to please you. —$20.00
ClTlime&TaJtd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
mrmi&zaEEaae!iiv*siisax:i.-ixmx.eiaa
E.  J. BOURNE,
Boots and Shoes. Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
IT STREET, REVELSTOKE. j
,?OTT.EIB!«raro!3X"£Sra3XrmjB^^
1 FiriE LETTER
PAPERS
Papers il.;.t please everyoiie who
appreciate stationery of FINE
QUALITY niul REFINED APPEARANCE
made by lhe leading rnanufac-
iu.-i-.-s.
JUST AT PRESENT WE ARE
making;. specially oi a ivx of line
Holland Linen Paper and envelopes
—each slieel lithographed Revelstoke,
REGULAR PRICE 511c.
NOW 40C A BOX.
Try a liox, it will |.li'..sc you.
Red Cross Drug Store
Hiryj^iigiigTrjKTt'-.itfv^
INCREASE  FOR  OPERATORS
Sax Fkakcibco, April 10.—The
llonrd of Arbitration between the
Southern Pacific Company and the
Order of Railroad Telegraphers has
handed down its decision awarding tbe telegraphers Ti percent, increase in pay nud a half day's work
on Sunday, or in lieu thereof a
vacation of 26 days in each year,
with full pay. The Southern
Pacific Company gains in iis
contention lhat tbe telegraphers
should not legislate for train despatches, and that the Btation
audits whose salaries or commissions equal or eiceod $l,4008hould
be eliminated from the agreement
between ibo company ond the
telegnlphors,
Another Rhipmenl ol Holland Her-
rin.-. in small kegs, just arrived at 0,
11. Hume ill Co's.
THE LATEST
TELEG
8
Miners Go to Work—A Severe
Fatal Fire--Boundary Treaty
Traffic Congestion. — Other
Wires.
Fernik, B. 0., April 10.—The
miner? at Tuber havo gone back to
work pending a settlement before | delay
tbe Government Board oi Conciliation. The management claims
that the agreement to com-de an
eight-hour dnv. beginning Apiil 1,
was depi ndenl on Lethbridge.
Montreal, April 10.—Tin- city
to-day experienced the mosl terrific
snowstorm in twenty yenr* at ibis
season of tbe year. Slreel car
traffic is blocked and liains from
the outside are late and report
having encountered terrible snow-
storms throughout the country.
New York, April 10—six firemen uie known to have lost their
lives and several others nre believed to have been killed or
injure.1 yesterday- in one of the
most disastrous fires thai ha
occurred hen- in ninny years.
Washington, April 10.—It was
officially admitted yesterday that
a treaty had been drafted between
the United >:i;Hi-f and Ureal
Britain providing for the appointment of a joint commission whicli
will consider all of tbe complex
questions connected with the water
boundaries between Canada and
tin. United Stales.
Winnipeg, April 10.—The traffic
congestion on the Canadian Nor-
iciii Railway, coupled with the
blockades, has assumed a most
serious phase, and bus become so
serious ihal it threatens to greatly
retard and hamper immigration
and settlement, if injury to the
country i? not done.
Toronto, April 10.—The Grand
runk pas enger exprdafj leaving
Tl
" THE EMPRESS
Of Britain Narrowly Averted
in St. John Harbor—Almost |
in Collision With the Donaldson Liner on Opposite Side
St. John's, Ntl.l.. April    10.-
Premier Limner's trip wn
Toronto at 12:12, crashed inlo
freight tliree iniles north of Hunts-
ville,   killing  two    brakemen   of
Midland,  and seriously injuring
the conductor of the freight.
™   Seasonl
1 The
Has arrived ngain and we nre prepared for it, having just $
S received a full car of all kinds of Paints, Raw and Boiled Oil, 4i
White Lead, Varnishes, Baplao, Alabastine, Agate Wall Finish £
.*. and Kalsomine. j%
|       PRICES RIGHT AND QUALITY UNEXCELLED f
S Wo hove also received two cars of  Mixed  Hardware,  which &t
completes our stook and puts us in a position to Bupply all »#
iji join* Spring requirements in the Hardware line. 4+
Mail Order's receive prompt attention.
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t Dealers in Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's 4l
and Sawmill Supplies, elc, Plumbing and Tinaniithing. Ill
GOLD EXCITEMENT
Placer Mining Claims Staked in
Residential Part of Vancouver City,
Vancouver, April 9,—Vancouver
In* fi gold excitement and seven
placer mining claims have been staked
in the heart ol the oity The di
covery ol gold nuggets, the largest of
which returned a value o($ 15, led to
the slaking of these claims,
Phil. W. II inn i is the man who
lound the nuggets. He did so while
engaged in putting down a drain on
the north sideol Keeferstroet,between
Gore and Dunlevy avenues about two
weeks ago, The trench ol the drain
was down about fo.u feet when haul
pan was st ruck, aud llartier, who is
an old prospector and miner, by a
lucky inspiration decided to pan u few
shovi li 1* ni tne earth, ns it looked to
hi... worth while.
Procuring on old dishp n from
h ni.-.- in tlie vicinity, Ilnrners-.t down
and .-tart-d punning, I ii the lirst. pan
h.. Iiiin.l .-nuill nuggets and liberal
trices ol gold. Other pans tailed out
well, bill Hanur could hardly believe
llis eyes when .... Hashing a small
panful I..- plcktil out of the gravel
ehc nugget which ran $15 in value.
Thc nc.vt largest nugget ran $1,10 in
value mid the remaining six which
were picked up varied in value in
lesser amounts.
11 mier rotating the story ol his lind
to Murray Bros, and sume friends, at d
a syndicate was lormed, the members
of which ..greed not to breathe a
word of the Eldorado until their
rights to stake hud been ascertained.
Licenses were secured and yesterdny
morning blight and early the owners
of the licenses were on the ground
bright and early with Blakcs and
placards, and almost before the neighborhood was aware of what was happening, seven ciniins hnd been
measured uff and slaked.
When one decides to carry his own
die risk he decides against lhe best
judgment of lhe most successful nnd
l.st bushiest nun in this country.
Place your insurance at the lowest
est wiih the Son-Combine Companies
irho give yoll the best security at the
lowest rates. .See lho Agent, li. A.
Haggen, ltevclsluke, B. C.
nearly
on Friday night. The
hawser on lhe starboard bow of the
lug Neptune slipped, and the liner
started swinging to purl and jiift
missed crashing into tbo Donaldson liner, Casandru, nt the wharf
-ui the opposite side of the harbor.
The Empress' engines were reversed by mistake, and only by lhe
greatest of luck was o calamity
averted.
FRUITMEN WILL AMALGAMATE
Saving Scheme for Producers
in Northwest Markets
Vernon, April 9.—J. Johnstone of
Nelson, president of the B, C. Fruitgrowers' Association, who is visiting
various sections of thc Okniinga., and
Kooleuays, together with the secretary, W. J. Brandrilh, is mooting.,
scheme for systcmi/.ing tbe distribti
tion ol fruit fron. British Columbia in
ti'.c Northwest m.irket. He ciniins
that the present lack ol organization
and eo operation resulls in the dump,
ing of large quantities of Iruit Irom
different districts in tlie same centres,
while distributing point's a 'ew miles
cast or west may h ive none at all.
At- his suggestion, delegates have been
elected Irom various Okanagan points
to meet shortly in convention to plan
outa scheme to obviate this difficulty,
It is suggested that a representative
of the United liritish Columbia Fruit
growers, in close touch with the markets nud in telegraphic communication with the centres of production, In
charged with the duty of distributing
thc fruit in the most effective manner
The convention will meet in Vernon an.l may have very pnictioa.1
results. There is already a very strong
sentiment in favor of union and co
operation on the part of the various
sections ol the Okanngan, and the
larger idea will probably meet with
general acceptance beginning with
the establishment uf a common distributing system, lt is not unlikely
that the scheme will grow in the
course of a few yeara inlo n complete
nmalgan ntion of the fruitgrowers of
British Coluuil In, with an efficient
staff of expert travelling salesmen and
local agents.
CANNOT ASSESS CAMPS
Court of Appeal Holds License
Holders and Camp Owners
Exempt From Taxation,
Toronto, April S —The judges..! the
court ol appeal have given their opinion on the appeal (roll, the decision ol
the court of revisi in by thc J. I). Shier
Lun.ber company, ot Unicoi.ridge, who
objected to being assessed by the Township ol Ludrencc on lhc value ol their
licenses, camps, slides and dams in the
said township. Thc value put on lho
Shier property by the township was
$17,900, Tliis was conlirnied l.y the
county judge ol Victoriu.
The questions tor the opinion oi
their lordships were:
Arc the holders ol timlier licenses
liable to he assessed thereon?
Are lumber camps assessable';
Are the owners ol lumbor oamps assessable to a l.usiness tax under the
conditions mentioned with respect to
the.......ps only?
Are Blides and danis assessable under
thc conditions mentioned?
Chiel Justice Moss and Justices
Osier, Ciarrow and Made... answer
all the questions in the negative, The
learned judges hold that the license,
oamp outfit, slides and dams are all
covered l.y the sub-section in the
Assessment act, which exempts from
taxation all crown interests in lands.
VANCOUVER'S NEW CHIEF.
Chiel ol Police Chishohu has reigned olliee. lie will bc succeeded
by Mr. Chamberlain, who is second to
Col. Sherwood in command of the
Dominion Police at Ottawa, Chamberlain was formerly a detective in
Montreal and for a number of years
has been one of the best known police
ollieials in tlie country.
WARNED OFF
INDIAN LAND
Company Withdraws Survey
Force From the New Town-
site-Police Have JTaken a
Hand.
Vancouver, April 0,—That the
Grand Trunk Paoiflo Railway has
been warned off the Indian reserve
property adjoining the townsite of
Prince Rupert and prevented by tbe
provincial authorities, through its
police force, Irom cncro-.cliing on the
foreshore fronting the reserve is the
feature of a report received from the
Vorth to day,
The point where the (Ir.ind Trunk
I'ncilic built, ils wharf and commenced
to lay out its townsite is distant from
the line of the Indian reserve less than
one hundred yards It is declared that
tlie distance between the one street cut
in the bush by tlie railway company
and the reserve line is only the length
nf tho depth ol a lot and rumor advances the opinion that thc railway
company never actually intended to
lay out a townsite on the laud bought
from the Government.
It is reported that the company
made a display of carrying on work
merely to ke.p things going Binoothly
while it wns endeavoring to secure
from the Dominion Government the
lauds embraced within the Indian
reserve, and lhat when these wcro
available the townsite would be mov
over to the Indian lands. With its
townsite laid out on the reserve the
Railway company would not be loreed
to give the province any share in tlie
townsite or waterfront, as it will have
to do if the cily of Prince Rupert is
laid out cn lhe ton thousand acres
purchased from the provinoe.
Without any warning the Grand
Trunk Pacific has suddenly withdrawn
its surveying force from tbe townsite,
and the men who were cmployid in
land clearing ale gradually dwindling
in number, and it is now asserted by
people arriving from the north that
but a few dozen men are now on the
grouiid. As yet no start has been
made ou the erection of the hotel projected several mouths ago.
It is reported that piling for the
extension of the company's wharf had
been driven on the foreshore a short
distance over the line of the Indian
reserve, when a provincial constable
appeared nnd warned the company to
desist Iron, further operations in that
direction, Xotice is ulso said to have
been given that certain tents on the
reserve would have to be vacated, the
erection oi these being looked upon as
trespass by the provincial authorities.
WILL NOT 'PROSECUTE
Assaulted   Man   Withdraws
Charge Against Kootenay
Brothers.
Vernon, April 9,—The much talk, d
of Kelowna assault case will be setiled
out of court. The Kootenay men who
committed the assault havo returmd
home. The woman on whose heln.ll
thc assault was committed lias lelt for |
England, nnd tho Kelowna man, the
victim, is recovering rapidly. He has
decided to withdraw prosecution on
account ol the woman's name.
BOUENE_ BEOS.
Quaker Brand Canned Goods, Ashcrolt Potatoes
and Vegetables, Wheat, Barley, Bran, Shorts, Chop
Feed, Crockery, Glassware, Hardware, Harness, etc.
Agents for the Celebrated Kootenay Range.
BOTJRITZ!  BEOS.
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■wraa*
HOUSE FOR SALE
Six Rooms,  Bathroom and
Furnace. Good Shed, Fencing,
Etc.. Etc.
$1,700 ON TERMS
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Offices :—Molsons Bank Buildinc
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DEALERS
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
A GENT   FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
bi first St. Op.
&
&M**tts
POLITICS.
The Young Conservative club are
advertising a dance tu be held in Selkirk hall .... Friday evening. The
club secured their printing Iron. Kainloups or sonic other point outside this
city and district. Notwithstanding
the fact lhat the Young Conservative
Club still have au unpaid account in
the neighborhood of $50 owing to this
office since tlie recent election, the
Mai I.-11 i:it A l.n would have been pleased
to have bad the opportunity of tendering on the work of printing their
dodgors and admission tickets. The
tickets aro for sale at a local tobacco
store.
RAIL AND STEAMER
Snow slides arc ol frequent occurrence now along the cast track,
necessitating the operation of the
riitarics. A hoavy land slide occurred
yesterday at Rogers Pass, quantities of
timber, stumps and debris blocking
up the track for many huiirs.
Electricity is to be substituted toi
steam as motive power on at least ono
division ol tho Great Northern railway's transcontinental line in North
liokoin, nnd  for   hauling  its trains
imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office-Toronto, Ontario.
Hrauches it. the Provinces of Mauiiiiba. Albona, Sasltatchewaa,
Britiih rtilnml.ia, Ont.tr.<i, Qushec.
Capital Paid Up ....   $4,7oo,ooo.oo
Reserve Fund ....       S4,7oo,ooo.oo
D. R. Wii.kiu, President | Hon. It. .Iai-ki.av, Vice-President.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available In all parte of Canada, United States and
Europe.   Special attention given lo Collections.
Savings Department
Deposits received and tntei-oil allowed al current rate from dale
of opening account, and compounded four times a year.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C.  A. E. Phipps, Manager.
CITY COUNCIL.
A special meeting of the city council was held on Friday last with
Mayor Brown and all the aldermen
present.
The minutes ot the last meeting
wero read and adopted.
The bylaw passed by the ratepayers
on Wednesday last, was reconsidered,
discussed and finally passsed an.l
accepted.
Communication) werc received from
T. W, Bain, chief of police, reporting
lire alarms working 0. K.—Filed.
From Dr. Cross, tendering his resignation as City Mtdical Health Officer.
From A1 lis, Chalmers & Bull re
specifications lor installing new machinery in the power house.—Relerred
to Fire, Water & Light Committee,
through the Cascade tunnel in the. From H. Lougbead re the removal
Cascade mountains loi rubbish from eity streets.—Referred
to Chiel ol Police with power to aot.
A petition was laid before the coun-
cil, signed with fourteen names, that
I'r. tl...Inmi be appointed City Medical Henllli Officer.—Received and
tiled
The resignation ol Dr, Cross was
accepted.
Moved Aid. Stone, seconded Aid,
Abrahamson that R. Gordon be re-
|..e*!.il to hand in his resignation as
Police Magistrate, to thc city clerk,
who will forward it to the provincial
secretary, the said resignation to take
place at once.—Carried.
It was resolved that the city clerk
be instructed to wirel'ien.ier McBride
reminding him ol his promise of arranging the disposal ol police court
lines in Revelstoke.
The meeting then adjourned.
.—i . m . .	
.1. J. Hill and the management of
the Great Northern railway have
decided not to replace the Dakota
wh.?h waB recently wrecked near
Cat..buna. The sister ship, Minnesota,
will be sold to Japan. Zhc flMUIfoevalb,
I'L'l.USUKi.  WEDNESDAY ANI. 8ATUH
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etch week lo ..'cure good di*plny.
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitous, lire
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Cms. Murphy,      ll.utoi.o Fisher
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, ILLAN & ELLIOTT,
if :t.m   .-.  * I.m-Mm Kim
REVELSTOKE Mm- I.ml I LAKE II. C.
C. E. fjn.UK. I- C. l.i i.e
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ARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITOUS, ETC.
Omen: I.Mi'KiiiAi. Bank Block,  Revel.
'btuke, B. C.
Money to loan,
OtHces: Revelstoke, B.C.: Cranbrook, H. C.
Be.j. i. McCakter,
A. M. PrKKHAM, J. A. Harvey,
Revelsloke, B. C       (-r.tnhrook, 11. C.
J.M.Scott l.L.l. W.I. Brings.
OCOTT   AND   BRIGGS
Barristers, Solicitous, Etc
Money to Loan
JaoLiciTORS i-'oii Molsons Bank
First Street, Revelstoke, B.C.
-pOBEI.T SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Sutveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box loo, Revelstoke,
£
DWABD A HAGGEN
MINING ENGINEER
(Member American Institute of
Mining Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstoke, B. C.
Mine Management, Examinations
and Reports.
Reports compiled, Plans antl Blue
Prints of Land, Timber Limits, Mines,
Mills and Buildings prepared in shape
for submission to prospectiveinvestors
or purchasers.
Cbe flftatMbeialb
■'lwoul . . . earnestly a vise them for
their good to order this paper lo l.e punctually
served up. and to be looked upon as a part of
thc tea equipagc'-ADDIsON.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1907
PROVINCIAL FINANCES.
In every way satisfactory is the
budget speech of the Finance Minister,
which has just beeu presented, and
denotes a general increase of the prosperity and soundness of the province,
In the session of 1905, Mr. Tatlow estimated that the income for the year
ending June 30th, 1900, would be
|2,659,378 00; in point of fact it was
|485,066 more than that. He estimated that the expenditure would be
$2,556,038.81, lut in point ol fact it
was about $55,000 in excess of that.
For the year ending June 30th next
Mr. Tatlow estimated early last year
that he would have an income oi
$2,647,976.00 and that he would expend $2,837,916.31, What the actn.il
revenue and expenditure will be cannot be stated until after the year has
been clo-id. For the year ending
June 30,1908, he estimates that he
will have an income of $3,343,205.11,
which will be in excess of the revenue,
tbe dificency being met by tlie unex-
;..:, ;■ . : a ..;...-• :' the surplus of l'jlji'i,
nan.c-.y $366,100.00 oi this amount
$300,100.00 has been expended "luring
the current litc.il year or its expenditure is provided I-.. 8 :;.•■ ol .t has
been expended judiciously ..t. necessary public works and so..mi was
required to meet expenditures arising
in the ordinary course of even!*, the
balance being carried forward tothe
amount available- alter June 30th
this year. Tie i tal amount expended
out ef the surplui ■ ai $300,1 17.53, oi
this $22,708.24 ws in connection with
agricultural ami other associations,
tire lighting in : 'rests, ...ni G( verm r
General's reception. $30,00000 in
connection with government land
sales: hospitals and charities $7,800;
elections $31,200; public institutions
$2,012; justice $2,500; education $1,600;
salaries, ol civil servants$17,107.30, In
all $121,447 (13 was expended on n.-ces-
Buy purp ieB. lu this class$46,150
oan be salely put to public building.,
including $21,000 lor schools. There
remains $133,051) lor roads, streets,
bridges and wharves.    Of this sum
$40,750 was set apart, allhough all of
the amount has not been expended
for works at Kevelstoke, Chilliwack
and Howe Sound, in order to prevent
disasters from Hoods, tl.e necessity of
whicli outlay, especially in Revelstoke,
is generally admitted ou all sides.
There remains about $93,000 for
public works in the province generally
anil taking it all round the money
expended and appropriated has been
done wisely and ludiolouily.
GAME PRESERVATION.
One of the greatest assets that
liritish Columbia possesses, and one
whicli has irom tiinciinnieniori.il been
of infinite profit to the country, both
in its wild state as well as in ils
civilized, and one which has been the
least expensive in ils demands lor
development of any of the resources of
the province, is that of her game. Thc
question of game preservation bus
always, at least within tlie last decade
heen a hard problem, but unless some
aotive measures are taken to protect
this valuable asset, ...ie of the c.re.itest
attractions of British Columbia will
fall into decay. There is almost unlimited scope for I'ille and gun, lull
this state of things ennnot last forever
and it is the duly ol the province to
lake steps to prevent wanton destruction in this direction. The problem
of game preservation is equal to that
oi timlier preservation nnd the idea of
combining the two is distinctly feasible. Tin- creation oi a great game
and forest reserve in the Southeast
Kootenay has lien pressed upon the
attention of the provincial government
not only by British Columbians themselves, but by visitors who have become impressed with the opportunities
now offering of making this profitable
use of a territory believed to bc fit for
little if anything else. This region is
a beautiful wonderland well stocked
with game both large and small. The
province would lose nothing l-y tlie
illustration of this territory and
would on the other band, by this proposal, build up and protect her game
which has played so strong a part iu
the development and popularizing of
the country.
At a recent meeting of provincial gun
clubs at Vanoouver, it was resolved to
agitate for the institution ol a reasonable gun license,which at thesame time
will not be prohibitive. A reasonable tax
will do much good in the preservation
of gnme and would create a fund
which could be used in enforcing law
for thc general benefit of game. No
restriction is suggested to interfere
with genuine prospectors or with
the necessities of surveyors, both cf
which are pioneers of progress and
settlement in this province and llieir
untramnicled operations are of more
importance than game, and neither
will they wantonly almso the privileges they possess. Whatever form
of preservation is judged to be the best
by the government, will be directly
beneliaial to thc province, and since
RevelBtoke is in the centre of a great
game country, some action will be
looked forward to which will conserve
the reputation already gained for her.
FRUIT GROWERS ASSOCIATION
The regular monthly meeting of the
Kevelstoke Fruit Growers Association
was held ou Monday night in the City
Hall. Owing to the inclemency of the
weather the attendance was small. H.
F. Hay, vice-president, took the chair.
The minutes ol the lust meeting were
rend and adopted.
Communications were received from
W, .1. Brandritb, secretary of the
Dominion Fruit Growers Association,
stating he will hold a meeting in
Revelstoke and urging a scheme I'or
co-operative fruit distribution from
the province to the prairies, thus giving the fruit growers a chance ol the
best prairie markets.
E. A. Haggen moved that a communication !>.; sent to Mr. Brandritb,
requesting him to lix a date I t! -
meeting in Kevelstoke. The motion
was carried.
The question ol a lair ior  fruit and
garden  produce  was freely discussed
nd as the ladies were desirous of  cooperating   with  exhibits  of  flowers,
fanoy work and painting, etc., it was
decided that the (aircommittei sh mid
mako  the exhibition  include  such
branches   which   would   be  a great
attraction .'or the fair and arouse much
interest locally,    It. was resolved that
., | ir : - uld be held on   Friday  nnd
Saturday, Oc obi i Ith and 5th, whioh
f.M- i ...   .... ii,,:... if the show to be
hi I i- - il.i,on Arm, and that the
committee should arrange (or a building wherein to hold it,.
li. E .1:. Smythe then rend a very
interesting paper on Iruit-treo spray.
ing, pointing out that insect pests
must be carefully guarded against and
every step taken to prevent their
spread. Aphis, scab, tent caterpillar
etc., are prevalent in Revelstoke,
especially the latter, (samples r.l whicli
were placed on the table.) He detailed
I „nil-,! i .' the many diff nl
kinds of spray mixtures suitable for
all fruits and different periods, giving
tlie ingredients uf each,  which could
be got at cost from the Fruit Growers
Association. A vole oi thank i was
passed lo Mr. Smythe tor his interesting and instructive paper.
The different kinds of spray pumps
were disoussed, also the most suitable
mixtures lor spraying, the bordeaux
being judged tbe most efficient. H.
F. Hay said that many peop'e in
town had trees which were perhaps
posted and these are a menace. He
therefore urged that the people should
l.e neked to join tbe association where
they could get all Information on fruit
growing, and also to look after these
trees, todestroy all insect pests. E. A,
Haggen urged tnat a certain method
of spraying be adopted for winter and
summer,
Budding nnd grafting were gone into,
also the clearing of land and the planting of trees. The meeting then adjourned.
NOTCH HILL
Ki-oin our own ciirresi.oiiili.nl.
The Farmers' Institute met on Saturday evening when arrangements
were mndo to order a car load ol
stumping powder, in co-. perntion
with the Salmon Arm Institute. The
chairman', L. T. Morris, announced
that he expected the Hon. J. R. Anderson to address the Institute this
muntb.
Mr. and Miss Birnard gave n dunce
in the new hall at the Lnke set! lenient
on Enstcr Monday evening.
A concert nnd dance to raise funds
to build a ball at Notch Hill, was
given in the school house on Friday
evening. Being rallies, sale ol candies, etc., the financial results were
most satisfactory, $149 being raised,
and the Notch Hill people are now
t.usy throwing bouquets at themselves.
The concert was presided over by II.
C. Morris of Revelstoke, the program
being an excellent one, The following
took part: Mrs. T. II. Dunne, MisseB
M. Smith. L. Smith, C. Peterson and
G. Sullivan, Messrs. 1). Smith, Dingwall, Aitkin, S. Readman, Deagle,
Hentridge and Salo. A dance brought
the proceedings to a close.
W. Peacoak has presented a site for
the new hall.
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SYNOPSIS   OF   REGULATIONS   uov
ERNINQ  THE  DISPOSAL OF  DO-
.Ml.Nlu.N     LAN LIS    WITHIN     THh
RAILWAY   BELT   IN   THE   PROVINCE ol-*  BRITISH COLUMBIA.
A LICENSE to cut linitier can ue acquired  only   at  public   rompotiuon.    ..
rental of ii per square mile ia charged
for all timber bertha except those Hm-
■ ated wesi ol Yale tor which ..... rental li
u the . ite of 5 cents per acre per annum
In addition to -...    -■■ >   due« at Un
following rale, are oharge*—
Saw.,   .umber,  io  cenls  per  thousand
feet  11.M.
  ..  tiel, eight and nine feet .or.g.
I ... and . H *■;•-.;.. each.
rj   . *.   bolt*, Ji cents a cord.
All   ...er products, ; per cant on the
A '.cense Is Issued so won as a ben;,
la granted, but in .urveyed territory no
Imoei   an .-  su.  ... - berth   mtli :■■-.
..MM    B   -...',     f..      .
,    ., s . • ■'-      *f   ahw srar'Iff-
...   . . -,-       i. excei
;  ,   .... i.  m-   ..  .... req il a -ne Um-
.  ..-•■
Settlers   .. .   ilheri  ...
permits :o   ..- -f. '.-. ISO cords .; v .,: ■
soli    "M-.houi   competition.
The dues payabi.     ..■•■   - .'frmn ar-.
tl.S) per   .   '■ ■■  *!U*:<
    fl  -.:  Ul]   wood  «
...  enti pel  ■■■'■■■
lot I       ■ ding log .   rom .- I-l to -
I cent ior tenet
:-.....
(or ihlngle bolti.
.. ,.
.  . a ■•*■ !.-,-  .1  yeari, at a
us per at.   pel annum.
Coal lands may  be pu ;  -   I
, i id   -,... ii. i I-- tor aiunr.i-
.- .    i..... than il   aori
II ,   ...   I)   .:.■    ..: ...i "■;-
Royally at the rale of lu wnts v-r ton
:_..,... .. ■ ted on me gross
output.
Entries for land for agricultural pur-
.  m. id.  ..      .   ■
.   and offlce Ior lie 111 fl.     ■  ■'■' •
thi land to be taken  ...      >   ■     !
...mim desIrM f.e may, on
appil auon to the Ulninei I i Intel -1
,. , ,,,, ■„.. i:„mm.aa|.,ner of Immlg.a.
tion at Winnipeg, or lhe looal ageni :
the District, within which .be land ll
situated, re-eive authority for some on.
l.l mane entry (or him.
A fee ol tin is charged for homestead
A settler who has received an entry toi
a homestead, la required to perforin th.
conditions connected therewith under on,
of the (o.lowlng plana:--
. i mo. - ."-if.■ upon
and   ntlvaUon of the land In e
during the ii-rm of three yean,
it Is the practice .1 ... .< p.irtmenl to
require a lettler to bring li acres under
cultivation, but if he prefer! hi i ■. rob
I . nook; and 3) head of cattl to ■-■
,iMiii;i|]y nifl own property, witn .... 'lifga
for their accommodation, wUI be required
in tead ol cultivation, ,
i'i If -ne father (or mother, If thc Ta-
■ , ... if deceased) r.f any pinon who n
to t.t ilo- a hfirni-st-a.! entry nr.'le.
Uie provisions of the Aot, resides upon
,i farm In the vicinity of 'he land ere
tered for by luch person ns a bomee-tead,
requirements of the Ac. as t" resilience prior to obtaining paten n ,- M
satisfied bj such per.nn residing with the
father or mother,
.;.,, If the settler has Ills permanent
residence upon farming land owned by
him In '.he vicinity of hla liomestnad, the
requirement! of the Aot ai to realdence
may lie satisfied by residence upun the
aaid  land.
Application for patent Bhould lie 01.(1'-
;.t the end of threo years before tl.e local
agent, su!. ageni or a homostead Inspec
'or.
Before making Jipiilliffitlrin for ft paten!
lln- sillier must give six months' notlc*
in writing to the Commissioner of Do
Minion Lnnds at Ottnwu, of hto Inten
Hon to do «o.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Mlnliter of the Interior
Ottawa, K.bruray Uth, IM.
■ C  W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
Meet* Second nnd l-'unrlh Wednesdave In
.ach month, in Selkirk Hull. Visiting Woodmen cordially luv.icd to attend.
W, I). Ail.MSTKONO, r-on. Com.
II. W. EIIWAKDS, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE AERIE No. 432.
F. O. E.
Tlm regular moatlnga tiro hold in tlio Selkirk
Hall every Tuesday evening at8o*clooK, Visit-
ing brethren urn ri-rdi'illy invited.
H. A. BROWN, Phbbidbnt.
w. b, Mclaughlin, hkobbtaht.
Kooii nay LodKO No. 15 A F & AM.
Tho regular meet-
ing- are held In the
Mni-oiiic Tomple,
Jdd Fellows Httll.on
the third Moiidnyir.
aaoh month at i
[i.m. Visitliigbret.lv
ron cordially we)
come
t*. a. i-HurUNU'.K, Secretary,
SELKIRK LODGE, NO 12,1.0. 0. F.
Meets every Thursday
evening In Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'c ock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend
ft ('. LAUUHLIN, N.G.      J. MATIT1K, Sr.c
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
p&S^    No. 26, Revelstoke, B. G.
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY.
except Third Wednesday oi
ench DiOiith, in the Oddfellow1
Hull    ill    8   O'clock,     ViHting
Knights aro cordially invited.
J,:A. LESLIE, CC.
Q. II. UBOCK, K. of R. AS.
H.A. HROWN. M. of F
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Doer Hud*, Animals, Birds, Fish, Etc,
MOUNTED
Animal Bugs Mounted,
P.O. Box81,
Studio:  Corner of First St. nnd Boyle Ave,
HI Revelatoke, B. C.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all classeslof buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All kinds of building and plastering
undertaken,
A. PRAD0LINI, - REVELSTOKE
STORAGE!!
Furniture, Pianos, or Merchandise, stored in dry-well-built warehouse in convenient location.
E.  A.  HAGGEN,
Reul Estate and Insurance Agent
Revelstoke, B. C.
LAND NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thnt 6U dnys after dato I
intend tn anply to the Chief Omnii.ssionor of
Lnnds and Works for permission to purchase tho
following descrihed lands in the West Kootenay
Dint riot:
Commencing at n pnst planted at the cant hank
nf the Columbia River, ahnnt the hnnd of l'2-Mllo
Kittle and niarked "F. U. it's north-went corner,"
thonee ensl i(\ cliains, thonce hoiiUi 80 chains,
thonce ivesl 20 ehains to the i olumbia River,
ihence in **■ northerlv direction following the
meandering of the Coin ..hia Kiver SO clninnto
point of commencement, containing about ioo
acres.
Dated March 88rd, A.D,, 1907.
wed ap 10 K. R. DU1TON.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days after date
I intend to apply to lhe Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a spocial licence to cut
and carry away timbor from tho following
described lands situate in Yale District:
20, Commencing at a* post planted-lOchains
nortb of the north-east corner of T I,, lUift'i and
marked "A. M. Symons' S, K. cornor post," thence
north 10 ohains. ihence west 100 clialna, thence
south 10 ehains, tlu-nce east ItiO chains to plnce of
coiiiuiencoment,
'il. Commencing at a post planted 10 chains
east of the north-east cornerof No, 2d, on the east
bank of the Shuswap lliver, and marked "A. M.
Symons' S. K corner nost, thenoe north iO chains,
thence wost IOO chains, thence mm ill 40 chains,
thenoe eait um chains to placu of commencement,
ti, Commencing at a post planted 10 chains
oast of the nortli-eatt corner of flo, tl, on the east
bankof the Hlmswap liber, nnd marked "A M.
Symons' S.E. corner post," thenco imrth *0 chains,
thenoo west uiu chains, thence south 41) chami,
thence oast 100 chains tu place of commencement.
'i'i. Commencing at a post planted at the north*
east corner of No, tl, and marked 'A. M, Symons'
S. K. corner pout," thence north H) chaius, tlience
west S.U chains, thonce soutli till chains, thenco east
oi) i-hii ins to placo of couit.:enceiueiit.
21. Commencing at a post planted at tho south'
oast corner of No. 21 and marked "A.M. .Symons
8: lv corner post," (hence north Hi chains, theme
west t>0 chains tlience south Hi) chains, thenoe east
8n chains to place of commencement.
Dated 28rd March, 1907.
wedaplO A. M. SYMONS.
NOTICE
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Uash Prices Paia
F.   B.  WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
J. MclNTYRE & SON
Kull line ol Groceries and Dairy
Produoe, Men's Supplies, Etc.
Kreeli Btock always arriving at
lowest prices.
FIRST STREET, • citv restaurant
OARPETS, LINOLEUMS,
John E. Wood's Furniture Store
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium.
Under the- new manageinentjof
llAltltV   McINTOSH,   Hiilftiiun   House
Rossland.
rpHK MEDICAL WATERS of Hal-
1 cyon aie the most curative in the
world, A. perfect, natuial remedy for
nil Xfiv...is and Muscular diseases.
Liver, Kidney ...id Stomach ailments
and Metallic P..i-...ninK. A sure cure
for "That Tired FeelinK," Special
rales mh nil boats and trains. Two
mails airive and dep.iit every day.
Teleij.fi li communication with all
marts of .1."' world.
TERMS- $12 to SIH per week.   For
inul.ei particulars apply to
HAKKY McINTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arroto Lake, B. C
SEEDS! TREES!
PLANTS!
dleaa   Plumi;    No I'iil.-s-
Ipple.    *>'.- Cobleii Corn,—jmt old
. -,." i.t reasonable prices.
Ferti      I, li..- Supplies, Spray IVr.pi
jjp Material  I il Flowiri  eto
Oldeil  ■ ■* ii-ii-ii"!  nu ie*ry ou   the
-..)-.    ■; li t    I ata - gue Iree,
M J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
...".- -'■''.. .■ .'. *SI. SCEDS0U8EI VANCOUVER 8.C
I' 8 —II y.'.ir  local  merchai ta do
die  my  seeds, lend direct,
We prepay illty   i>:.cket«.   i      cd
.1 garden n edi in 6o, piperi
tested .took), lo your neareit poll
fi.". ■ r 11.00, twenty paoketalor o0o.,
trial.    eotion.
NOTICK.
vrOTICK l- in*TKi'w  Ol '
j n :■.-■ Astfl I Intend to appij tothe
t hlef (cimmWlenerof winds and worst foi ■>
.   ,.       ... ■', cut and    *   i
(rm ,,'i> n« ae i rlbod lands in the
rXserlct of ffciil lio«t«na;
' i,inn,, i.   ;-./    '     '     ■■     ,    '     *'    -     Fie
posl   of 1     tor lil mil  Nu :n*.
marked  J D Kenned ss     irm i po«l
*i,,-i ce ionth 80 ohein   I • i * ■■■   I  ■■ * I all
onci    ■''*! BOohslns, thence easl i . to
point of coinmenoemont,
iMti-il viaroh25th, IW)7,
.. io        ,i. f), KKNNBDY, Uostor,
Notice is hereby given that HO dnys aftor dnte
I Intend lo apply tn the Honoraiiln the Chief
Commissioner ol Lands aud Works I r special
license lo out and enrry away timbor from the
following described lands, situated In District
ol west Kootenay, B. O.
Coinmeneing at a post planted 8 chains cast
of the .{'/* milo post on iho Hig Ledge wa^on
road and at the S. K cornerof I'. L. JKllU, and
marked "A, M. Symons' N. E. oornor post,"
thenco south 8ll chains, thenco west 80 chains,
lhcnco north 80 chains, ihence cast 80 chains
to plnce of commencement.
Dated March 20th, 1907.
wed mrch 27 A. M- SYMONS
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 80 days after date
. intend toapply to tbo Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special
licence to cut nnd carry away timber from the
following described lands, situate in West
Kootonay district:
1. commencing at a post planted three
miles south of Mosquito Lake, and mi'* mile
west nf M"M'iiito Kivor, running ti'i ohains enst,
80 chains south, sO chains west,a0 chains north
to point of commencement.
2, Commencing at the north-west corner of
No 1, running south K0 ehaiiis. west 80 chain*,
north 80 chains, east 80 chains to point of
commencement.
8. Commencing st the uorth-west corner of
No. 1, running west 80 chains, north80 chains,
east 80 chaius south 80 chains to point of com*
menoement.
4 Commencing atthe north-west corner of
No.l, running norlh 80 chains, 80 chsins east,
80 chains south, 80 chains west to pointof
commenoement,
5. Commencing one mile north of N.W.
comer of No. 1, running nortb 80 chains, east
80 chains, south 80 chaius, west 80 chains Li
point of commencement,
ti. Commencing one mile north of N. W.
corner of No, 1. running west 80 chains, norlh
80 chainB, east 80 chains, s. uth 80 ohalna lo
pointof coramenocmt
7. Commencing at tho south-wosl cornerof
No. ti, running HRichniuswcst, -lOchains north,
lOOchains east. 40 chains south to pointof
commencement,
8. Commencing at tbe S. W, corner of No. 0,
running south 40 chains west 160 chains,
north 40 chains, east 160 chains to point of
commencement,
9. Commencing at the S, E, corner of No 8,
running 80 chains south, 80 chains west, 80
chaius north, 60 chains east to point of commencement
10. Commencing at the 8. £, corner of No.
9, running soutb lfin chains, west 40 chains,
north ltio chains, easl 40 chains lo point of
commoncement.
Locations Nos. 1 to 8, Inclusive, are redoes*
tious of expired timbor licenses Nos. 48r-8to
4875, Inclusive.
Dated. March 18th, 1907.
MOORE, KEl'l'LK & CO.,
wed inch 27 Thos. Abriel, Agent,
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given tbat 10 days after dato
I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Unds and Works for a special license to cut
and carry away timber from thc following
described lands situated in West Kootenay
district:
Commencing at a post planted at north-west
cornor of Ti nlier Uortli No, 607-4, ami marked "M.
(Irady's enrner post," theuoe 40 chains imrtli,
tlience 100 chains west, theuce 40 chains south,
thenceilOO chains eait tn point of commencement.
Dated March 2ind, 1907.
sat inch 3D M. OIUDY, Locator.
ADDITIONAL
LICENCE   TO   AN    EXTRA-PROVINCIAL
COMPANY.
'COMPANIES ACT,  1897."
HOTICE
Notice Is lieteiy fflfon Itiat Of* dayi after date t
intend i" appls to tii** Hon Chlel Ponimlsiloner
f Lands and Works for ■.'Tmi'Mlnii to punh*in"
"'esl Kootenay
D strict
l In   folio
irrilH-.lhiii.lH In Wt
('omrncni'ititf at a post plsntcd on tha osstern
bank of thei uIihuMh [titer til t ono-fmntli of a
mile bolow Priest Rapids and markod "p ft, Vf.'n
.-..in , i oornor,"thsneenorth lu chains,tinned
west in chaini, thenee iouth 411 chains to tlio imnk
of the Columbia River, thonee In n innih-fl istorN
direction Milling tlm inKnmicringN nf the Columbia Itiver to point of conimenci.iiifiil, contain-
ing nliout inn-icws.
Dated March 80th, A.D,, 100".
wod spill I B. WKLLd,
CANADA I -i
Province of liritish Culumbia, \
NO, 809. i
THIS IS TO CERTIFY thut tho "liritish
Columbia Timbers" Limited) which on the 17th
day of December, 1906, was authorised nud
licensed to Carry on business within the Pro-
vince of liritish Columbia, is horsby authorised
ml licensed to carryoutorolTooUil oranyof
the additional objects of  the Com puny to
j which the logislntivo authority of the Legislature nf British Columbia extends,
Tha head olilco of the company is situate at
tlio ( ity of Montreal in tho Provincoof (Jnebec,
Tlm amount of thu capital of tho Company is
by nn Increase of capital of two hundred thous-
and dollars divided into two thousand shnres
of one hund rod dollar* ouch.
The liend ollico of tho Company in this
Province Is iltnato on First Street, Rovelstoke,
and Willum Irving llrlggs, llarrlster-at-Iaw
wlui-ii iiddrn-i I.** tlm same, is tbo attorney for
th" 1 umpiiiiy
Given under my hand and Hnal of Olilco at
Victoria, Province of Doltish Columbia, this
Nlueteonth dBy of Maroh, one thousand niuo
hundred and levsn,
L.S H  Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The additional obJAots for which this Com-
pany hns been «**iaiiii*.hfld and I Incensed orei—
ih   To acquire by purchase, lease or other-
vise and own, bulla, maintain and utilize saw
■iui.-.'Inin" in nny strumas and rivers, booms
i ini'i   boom privileges, on Hiiy such  rivers or
water-wsyi on the property of the Company or
nl-ewhnrit, nnd lo'liurno Isiiiin I'lnirgos in con-
noctlnu therewith, to create construct, build
and operate wotor powers, hydraulic powers.
electric powar and mital Mich plant and
mn' binary ns rosy bpnoosssary for iho Kononi-
tion, production, development, distribution
and manofsctoro of eleotriolty and sloctrtcnl
and ->tImr power, and create liglit, boat mid
power, and ui me sell or otherwise dispose of
•ni.'Ui'it snd electric Iwht, power ami heat
for the purposes of tbo Company and to buy,
sll or lean the said power as may be Incident*
,ii to the works and objects ol the Company on
the landi of thn ompnuyi provided always
that the i-miiii and privileges nireby conferred
upon tha roinpnnjr u>i*niinriito eloctries] nnorgy
I'.r Ight, host snd power, when exorcised out*
lida 'in property ol Lhe I umpony. --hiill he mb<
(net to all provlnolal and municipal laws and
regumtloui In thei bohalf
'*ii To ir*i|niri) by purchase, lease "r othor-
wise and own, utilise mineral rights, mineral
I,, an ■" ■ ind ope rata and dispose ol tlm -nam in
ffh'itnv-ir way mny bo lo tbo besl Interests of
the Company and to quarry or work such mines
or. r ii i, m lnnds so Required, or 1111  lmid<i
already acquired and on wlm h Mima be Found,
and develop the seme and touu, oanl in, sell,
burtor, exchange or dispose of tho snid binds
ami tlm nrotlnow am! by-products iimnvif for
the bonelil of Ihoi* [.nny. _
(.1) T'li'diiitrui't, 1 wn. ulilifc and maintain
on tho lands of tho Company mkIi ciuitrnal
traluior railways nrnllier means of locomotion
forthe purposes of transporting such timber,
mineral-- or other products derived from the
said latidsof iho Com puny and which may he
necessary or useful fur the purposes of carrying
out 011 the Company's landa the objocts of the
Company,
NOTICE
Notice ia hereby given that thirty
days alter .late I intend to apply to the
Ohiel Commissioner ol Landa and
Works Ior a special license to cut and
carry away timber Irom the lollowlng
described lands in Wist Kootenay
district".
1. Comnieiicini* at a poBt planted
on the north bunk ol HorneCieek,
about three miles and a quarter Irom
the Columbia River and marked "E.
McBean's south eait corner poit,"
thence 40 chaini west; thence 20
chaini north, thence 80 chaini weit,
thence 80 chains north, ihence 40
chains eaet, thence 40 chains south,
tlience 40 chaini east, tlience 20 chaini
south, thence 40 chainB east, thence
40 cliains south to place ot commencement.
Dated February 23rd, 1907.
2. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Maloney Creek,
about lour miles and a hall from the
Columbia River, and marked '"E. McBean's aouth-east corner post,' thence
80 chaina nest, thence 80 chaini.
north, thence 80 chains cast, thence
80 chains iouth to place of commencement.
3. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Maloney Creek,
about live and a half miles Irom the
Columbia River, and marked "E McHean's south-east corner post," thence
80 chains west, thence 80 chains north,
thence 80 chaini east, thence 80
chains south to point ol commencement.
4. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bnnk ol Maloney Creek,
about six and a hall miles from the
Columbia River, and marked "E. McBean's south-east corner post," thence
80 chains north, thence 80 chainB
weBt, thenco 80 chains south, thence
80 cliains east to point of commence
ment.
5. Commencing at a post planted
on tho north b..kof Maloney Creek,
about seven miles Irom the Columbia
Itiver, and marked "E. McBean's
north-west oorner post,'' thence 120
chains south, thence 40 chains east,
t.ience 80 chains north, thence 40
cliains east, tlience 40 chains north
thence 80 chaini west to point ol commencement.
Dated Feb. 27th, 1907.
6. Commencing at a post planted
on the nortl. bank ol Maloney Creek,
about seven and a half miles from thc
Culumbia River, and marked "E. McBean's south-eaBt corner post," thence
40 chaina west, thence 40 chains north,
thence 40 chains west,thence 80 chaini
north, tlience 40 chains eaBt, thence
40 chains south, thence 40 chain, east,
thence 80 chains south to point of
commencement.
7. Commencing at a post planted
about one quarter ol a mile south of
Maloney Creek, and abont three quar
ters ol a mile Irom the Columbia
River, and marked "E. McBean's
south-east corner poit," thence 80
chaini north, thence 80 chaini weit,
thence 80 chaina iouth, thence 80
chaina east to point of commencement.
8. Commencing at a poet planted
about one quarter ot a mile aouth ol
Maloney Creek, and about one and
three quarter milea Irom the Columbia
River, and marked "E. McBean'i
Bouth-east corner post," thence 80
chains west, thenco 80 chaini north,
thence 80 chains eait, thence 80 chains
south to pointol commencement.
Dated 28th February, 1907.
9. Commencing at a post planted
at the south-east corner ol T. L. 10468
and marked "E. McBean's south-west
corner post," thence 80 chains north,
thence 80 chains east, thence hO chaini
iouth, thence 80 chaini weit to point
of commencement.
Dated March lit, 1907.
10. Commencing at a post planted
at the north east corner o! T. L, 9616,
and marked "E. McBean's smith-east
comer post," thence 80 chaini north,
thenco 80 chaini west, tnence 80
chaina south, thence 80 chains east to
point ol commencement.
Dated March 2nd, 1907.
11. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Mica Creek,
about two and a quarter miles from
the Columbia River, and inarked "E,
McBean's south-eaat corner post,"
thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains west, thence 80 chains scuth
thence 80 chaini east to point of commencement.
12. Commencing at a post planted
ou the north bank of Mica Creek
about two and a quarter miles Irom
the Columbia River, and marked "E
McBean's south-west oorner post,"
thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chainieast, thence 80 ohaini south
thence 80 ohains west to point of commencement.
13. Commencing at a poit planted
on the north bank of Mica Creek,
about three and a quarter milei Irom
tho Columbia River, and marked "E.
McBean's south-west corner post,"
thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains eait, thence 80 chaini ninth,
thence 80 ohaini weit to point ol com
meneement.
Dated March ith, 1907.
14. Commencing at a post planted
one quarter mile west nl the Columbia
River, and one mile below Eight Mile
Creek, and marked "E, McBean'i
iniitli-eiiat comer post," thence 80
chains weBt, thence 80 chains iouth,
thence Ml chaina east, thence 80 chains
north to point ol commencement.
15. Commencing at a post planted
at the Bouth-weit comer of T, L. 11792,
and marked "K. McBean'i south-eaat
corner poBt," thonce 80 ohaini west,
tlience 80 chains north, thence 80
chaius cast, tlience 80 chains south to
point of commencement.
Dated March 6th, 1907.
16. Commencing at a post planted
hall a mile soulh ol Eight Mile Creek
and ..nil mile Irom the Culumbia Riv
cr, nnd niarked "E. McBean's iouth
cant comer poat," thenco 40 chaini
west, thence 80 chaini north, thence
40 chains weit, thence 40 chains north,
thei.ee MO chains eaet, Ihence 120
chains south to point ol commence
ment.
17. Commencing at a poit planted
one and a quarter miles weat of the
Columbia River, a quarter mile north
ol Indian Creek, and marked "E. McBean'i louth-east oorner poit," thenc
Kill cbatns west, tnence w cnains
north, thence 160 chains east, thence
40 chains south to point of commencement.
18. Commencing at a post planted
one and a quarter miles west ol the.
Columbia River and a quarter mile
north ol Indian Creek, and marked
E. McBean's north-.ast corner poBt,"
thence weet 160 chains, tlience iouth
40 chains, thence east 160 chains,
thence north 40 chaini to pointol
commencement,
Dated March 6th, 1907.
19 Commencing at a post planted
two miles east ol the Columbia River,
back ol T. L. 9619 and marked "E.
McBean's north-west corner post,"
thence 40 chains east, thence 20 chaini
south,thence 120 chaini eaet, thence
40 chains iouth,thence 120 chaini
west, thence 20 chaini north, thence
40 chains weet, thence 40 chaini north
to point ol commencement.
Dated March 7th, 1907.
20. Commencing at a poit planted
ni the eait bank ot the north fork ol
Big Mouth Creek and about three-
quarters ol a mile from the main creek
and marked "E. McBean's south-west
oorner poat," thence 160 ohains north,
thence 40 chains eait, thence 160
chaini aouth, thence40 chaini weit to
point ol commencement.
21. Commencing at a post planted
on the east ba.ik ol the north lork ol
Big Mouth Creek, about three quarters
ol a mile from the main creek, and
marked "E. McBean'B south-eait corner post," thence 160 ohaini north,
thence 40 chaini west, thence 160
chains south, thence 40 chains east to
point of commencement.
22. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank ol Big Mouth
Creek, about two and a quarter milei
above north lork, and niarked "E. McBoan's north west coiner post," thence
80 chains south, thence 20 chains eaBt,
tlience 80 chains south, thence 40
chainB west, thence 80 chains north,
thenee 20 chains west, thence SOohains
north, thence 40 chains east to point
of coinmencement.
23. Commencing at a poat planted
on the north bauk'of Big Mouth
Creek, about one quarter ol a mile
above south lork, and niarked "E, McHean's s uth-west corner poit," thence
80 chains east, thence 20 chaini north,
thence 80 chains eait, thence 40 chaini
north, thenco 80 chaini weat, thence
20 obaina iouth, thence 80 chaini
weit, thenoe 40 ohains south to point
ol commencement.
Dated March 12th, 1907,
24. Commencing at a post planted
on the south bank o( Big Mouth
Croek, about three aud a half miles
above south lork, and marked "E.
McBean'i north-eait corner poit,"
thence 40 chaini west, thence 20
chains iouth, thence 40 chains weit,
thence 20 chaini iouth, thence 80
chaini west, thence 40 ohaini iouth,
thence 80 chains eait, thence 20 chaini
north, thence 40 chaini east, thenoe
20 chaina north, thence 40 chains east,
thenoe 40 ohaini north to point oi
commencement.
26. Commencing at a poit planted
on the south bank of Big Mouth
Creek, about three and a half milei
above iouth fork, and marked "E. Mo-
Bean'i north-west oorner poit," thence
40 chain! eaet, thenoe 20 ohaini north,
thence 40 ohaini east, thenoe 80
ohaini iouth, thence 40 chaini weit,
thence 20 chaini iouth, thence 40
chaini weit, thence 80 chains north to
point ol commenoement.
26. Commencing at a poit planted
on the eait bank ol a itream coming
Irom the south, about lour and three
quarter milei above eoutl. fork, and
niarked "E. McBean'i north-west corner poet," thence 80 chaini iouth,
thence 20 chaini east, thence 80 chaini
south, thence 40 ohains east, thence
80 chains north, thence 20 chaini
weit, thence 80 chaini north, thence
40 chains weel to point ol commence,
ment.
27. Commencing at a poit planted
on the eaet bank ol a stream coming
from the iouth, about four and three
quarter milei above iouth lork, and
marked "E. McBean'i south-west oorner poit," thence 80 ohains north,
thence 80 chains eaet, thence 80 ohains
iouth, thence 80 chaini weit to point
ol commenoement,
28. Commencing at a poit planto
on the eaet bank of Big Mouth Cre "
about five and three quarter mek,
above south fork, and marked "E. McBean'i south-weit corner poit," thence
80 ohaini north, thence 80 chaini eaet,
thence 80 chains south, thence 80
ohaini weBt to pointol commencement,
29. Commencing al a post planted
on the eait bank ol Big Mouth Creek,
about six and three quarter milei
above iouth lork and marked "E. McBean'i iimth-weit corner post," thenoe
160 ohaini north, thence 40 ohaini
eait, thence 160 chaini iouth, thence
40 ohaini weet to point ol commencement.
30. Commencing at a poat planted
about half a mile eait ol Big Mouth
Creek and about six and three quarter
miles above eouth lork, and marked
"E. McBean'i eouth-weit corner post,"
thenoe 160 ohains north,thence 40
ohaini eait, thence 160 ohaini iouth,
thence 40 ohaini west to point of commencement.
Dated 13th February, 1907.
31. Commencing at a poit planted
one third mile weit ot north fork of
Big Mouth Creek, and one quarter
mile north of main creek, and marked
"E. MoBean'i eouth-weit oorner poit,"
thence 160 chaini east, thence 40
chaini north, thence 160 chains west,
tnence 40 chaini iouth to point oi
commencement.
.12. Commencing at a post planti(
on the south bank ol Big Mouth
Creek, about three miles below north
lork, and marked "E. MoBean'i southwest oorner poBt," thence 40 chaini
north, thence 160 chains eait, thence
40 chaini iouth, thenoe 160 obaina
weet to point ol commencement,
Dated March 14th, 1907.
wed inch 27 E. MeBEAN,
Notice Ib hereby alven ttiatoo days slier date
I Intend lo apply to ibe Chlel (lammlulouir ol
Unds and Worka lor permission lo |.urc)uue
tbe following desert bed land.:
Commencing .. . poll planted tt the 8 W
n.rner ol T, Bi.ech'B pre-emption, marked
'(.'has. Heck's 8, W. corner post," running eut
Hi cliains, south ffl chsins, west w chains,
thenc. nnrth 'Al chain, to point ol commence,
menl, comprising 110 acres more or loss,
-     " Feb. 7th. 1907,
Dated F
(Client
OHA8. BEM, 1'..
1 H NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thnt IIO day.
after ilale 1 intend u. apply to the
Ohief Coniniimioner of Lauds and
Worka for a special licence to cut and
cany away timber from the following
described lands, Bituate in We."
Kootenay district:
1. Commencing al a post planted
nn Olsen deck, tunning into P.ngltou
cj-ees, m valley easi oi Piugslon creek,
marked "W. F. Ugilvie's is. \V posi,"
theuco .**J chains uot-Lti, tnence Stl
chains e.isi, ilk-nce SO cliains south,
thence **.' chains nesi to point ol commencement.
2. Cuiiiiiii.iii.-iug at a posl marked
"W. R (Jg.lvie s .S. li. eurner post,"
adj...ning Location N'o. 1 mi west
tbenee oU claim, uoitli, tlienee hil
chain, .vest, tbeuce SO cliains south,
tlience 80 clia.u. east lo point of commencement.
.1. L'oii.iuent'iiig ai a post marked
"\\. 1-'. Ugilvie's S, W. curlier post,"
adjoining uicatiuii No. 1 mi uorth,
thence ml i-liam* nonh, tlienco sn
chains e.i.i. ihence So chains south,
thence SO - Iiitiiis u..*. ... point "1 ..-.....-
meneement,
4   Cuiumeiiciug at a post planted at
So.Uli-.ie-.   ii.in.-l  uf  i,........... N... ii,
marked **\\. 1-. Ogilvie's south-eaat
cornel post," thence bU chains nut'thj
theui-i- >i.-iuiiii* ivest, luei.ee "SU chains
soutn, tbenee an chains east to point
of commencement.
o. Cuiuiiieiicing al a post plunled
on uo. II.-east comer nf Location .No. 4,
marked '*\V, I-. Ugilvie's S, W, corner
post, thenee su cnains north, ihence
Wi chaius east, ihenee ».J chains souih,
theoce Su chains west io point ol coui-
lueiii-. in- nl.
ti. Commencing at a post planted
on soutb-west cornerof Localuin6,
niaike.i "VV. I-'. Ogilvie's S. li. cornel'
post,' theuce SU cnains north, Ihence
SU chains ivest, tbenee SU chains south,
thenc-- HU chains east to poini ol commence, neu i.
Dated .March Dili, 11W7.
7. Cummencing at a post planted
on tlie iii.iiii Mile of Location No, ii,
about iine-half uihe from N, K. corner
of Location No. '•>, marked "W. V.
Ogihies S. li. co.uer post," thence
norlli 40 chains, thence west lOOchains
thence south 4U chains, tlience easl Kit)
chains to place oi couiuiencement,
S. Commencing al a post plauted a
half-mil. uurtb ol Local iui, post N'o. 7,
Uiarked "W. t*. Ogilvie's Si. 1.. Ciirner
post,' tlience 40 cliains noun, tlienci.
160 chain, west, theuce40 elialm, suuth,
theme 1UU chains east Lu place ol coin-
ineiiL-ei.iel.l.
D. 1 . ...mencing at a post planted
one mile west lroiii lhe N. K. eorner
uf Local.on No. s on nurth side, marked "W. V. Ogilvie's S.W. coiner nost,"
thence SUcliaii.suuilh.tliencc 80chains
easi, ibeuce80 chains smilli, thence80
chain.* ..est tn puint iilciniiuieiic.-iui.iit.
lu. Co.uiueuc.ug al a pust planted
ou S. \V. corner o! Location No. II,
marked "W. 1"'. Ogih .e'o S. K. corner
post." thence north SU ehaiiis, thenee
west SU cliains, tlience south SU chains,
thenee easl SU chains lo point ul' (jpiu-
meiiceineut.
Da.ed March luth, 11K17.
11. Conimenciug at a pust planled
on north-east curuei of Location No.
lu. uiarked "W. F. Ogilvie's S, \V.
comei post," ihence nurth 80 chains,
thenceeasl SU chains, tbeuce south SU
chnfiia, tlienee west SU chains to point
of commencement.
12. Commencing at it post planted
on the S.W. collier of Location No. 11,
marked "W. F. Ogilvie's H. K. corner,
theme SU chains north, thence SU
chaius west, thence SI) chains soulli,
thence SU chains east to point of cummencement.
13. Coinnieiiciiig at a post planted
on N. W. corner of Lucaliou No. 11,
marked "W. F. Ogilvie's S. W. corner
pus'," thence 80 chains uorlh, Ihenee
SO chain-east, thence SO chains south,
thence SO chains west to pointof commencement.
14. Commencing at ti post planted
on N.E. cornet- of Location No. 12,
marked "W. F, Ogilvie's S. E. corner
post," thence SO chains north, thence
Si!.liains wesl, ihence80cliains south,
thence 80 chains east to point of column ticeiueiit.
15. Commencing at a post plnnted
on N. W. cornei- of Location No. Ill,
marked "W. P. Ogilvie's south-west
coiner post," tnence SO elinins north,
thence 80 chains east, thence SO chains
soulh, thence SU chains west to poinl
of commencement.
111. Commencing at a post planled
on X. E. eorner of Location No. 14,
maiked "W. F. Ogilvie's S. E. corner
post." thence so chains north, thence
BOcbains west, thence 80 chains south,
thence su .-hains east to point of commencement,
Dated Ma.ch llth, 1007.
sat inch 16      W. I*. OGILVIE
NOTIGE
NOTICE*
Mstice U hereby gives that 19 *lsyi after date j
1 intend ts aptly to iheCbf-tf Consmisiioier oi
Notice- Is hereby given that 90 dsys afterdate
P»1t to theCbiti conmisiioier oi; 1 Intend toapply to the Chief Commissioner •'
I,a mis aid Worki for a tpesitl llseima to est. Lands a>d Works for a uiiecist license to cut
&ud csrry awsy tfmker fron the followlflK ! and csrry timber from tbe following described
described laid, sUmsted  la Wml Kautouay i lands situated in the Ulloeet District, B.C.:
dUirict: 7, Commencing at a pout planted on ths
1. CstBmersciiij st * pout planted about a ' north bank of a miiiill lake at the head of the
wile from shurs of Arruw Uko, on west side of west fork of Kiwher Creek, tributary to Adam*
laku, Marked "W.f. Ogtltle'e N.W, corner post," Lake, aud about nix milea from the north end
thtice south 1*0 fhains, then* e eat* 40 chaini, of Adama Lake, marked "i. MeConneir* S.W,
thenes norib nwdiainj, thenc* west40 chains to   corner Kiriher Creek Limit No 7," riiuiiiiiif KG
chains north, 80 chains ea4, 80 chalim south, 80
chains wesl to point of commencement.
8.  Coinmeneing at a post planted on the
north bank of a small lako at head of west fork
Fishor Creek, tributary to Adams Lake, and
about .-ix miles from tho north end of Adams
,   ,   .  i , v r    r i Lake, niarked "A. McComiell's N.W.comer
Oesinenctu »U post pknted «»•*•«*   Fisher Crock Limit No. 8," running IW chains
tf Location No. 8, and marked  W. *.0R.1:   K0Utht wchainsoaiit. lWchaina north,Wciains
p iiu <if rtnitini'*****!
E. r»iun«» -m.; st a pint planted nu north-went
earner •( Ucfttlu Ne. 1 m*rkod "W. P. Ogilvie's
N. K. eorser im-i." tkeiicu .south IOO chains,theuce
west 40 chaise, tbsnee mirth itiljthaiiis,thence east
10 chalas n* point of cam me ncemeiit,
S.W. earner pant," thencu lijo cliaiuH north, <lfl
chains eut, 1*) chsins south, 40 ehains west to
point of commencement.
4, ('mnmencing at a post planted on the snutli-
west corner nf Location No. 8, thence north 100
cliains, Uience wenl. 40 chains, theace south 160
chains, thence east 40 chains to place of corn-
men ce ment.
6, OoraiBSIicitlg at a post planted about Jnftt
mile north of Location Nn. 4, marked "W. V. Ogll-
vie'iS. W. cnrnerpn.it," thenee 18(1 chains north,
thence 40 chains sunt, thencu lm chains south,
tlience 4ochains west to pointof commenoement.
ti, C am ■fining at a. post planted on south-west
•joiner nf Location No. .i, ami inarked "W, V, tlgil-
*ie's H. K. eornor posl"*,'1 thence itt) chains north, itt
chains »"ii, IS" chains smith, 4u chains enst to
poial of coiumencenieat,
Dated March 8th, 1907.
inch 10sat W. V. OniLVIE
NOTIGE
Notice Is hereby tlien that Ci days afterdate l
intend to apply to the Uon. the Chief Coiumls.
s oner "f Lands and Works for permission to purchase iii- following described lands, situated on
Upper Atow Lakes, and more particularly de>
Hi-nbeii as fellows:
Cm n mencing at the sou Mi-wast corner of Lot-
llllll. tlience east 20 chains, thence south OD
chains, tlience west to ihore of Lake, thence following meamleriiigs of said lake north lo point of
commencement.
Dated March Mb, 1W.7.
E. REYNOLDS,
Per C. Samner,
wost to point of commencement.
tl, Commencing at a post planted on the
north bank of a small lako at bead of west fork
of Fishor Creek, tributary to Adams Lake and
about six miles from the north end uf Adams
Uke, marked "A. Mot onnelt's S. E. corner
Fisher Creek Limit No.il," running 80 chains
north, 8n chains west, 80 chains south, 80 ehains
cast to place of commencement.
10, Commencing at a post planted on north
bank of a small lake at hear, of west fork of
Fisher Creek, tributary to Adams Lake and
about six mites from north end of Adams Lake,
marked "A. cConnuU's N.E, corner Fisher
Creek Limit, No. in,'" running ItiO chains uouth,
10 chains wesi, ICO chains north. 40 chains east
to placo of commencement,
11, Commencing at a post plauted one milo
south Irom a small orook, running wost from
lake al bead of west furk Fisher Creek, and
about li miles troin said lnko, marked "A, Mc-
Councils S. W. corner Fisher Oreek Limit No.
11," minting 160 chains north, lo chains east, ltio
chains soulli, lOchains wost to place of commencement.
12, i omuicucing at a post planted near the
bankof small creek running uouth-we-t front
hike at head of Fisher Creek about \% milos
from taid lake, inarkod "A. McConnell's N. K.
corner Fishor Creek Limit No, 12," running ltio
chains soulh, 40 chains west, 1U0 chains uorth.
4o chains cast to place of commencement.
Dated March lllth, 11107.
wod inch 2) A. McCONNELL.
sat inch .1
.gent.
NOTIGE
Notice is hereby given tluitCO days' after date
I ii.tcnd to apply to thc Hon. Chief Commissioner of Unds and Works for permission to
purchase tho following described lands:
Situated about two miles north of the mouth
of McDonald Creek, ou the cast shore of Upper
Armw Lake, joining T. L. 11.915 on the.souMi-
west corner; running east 10 chains, south 40
chains, west 40 chains, north 40 chains to place
of commencement,
Dated March 4th, 1907-
sat inch « THOMAS WRIGHT.
NOTIGE
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that SO days
after date I intend tn apply lo lhe
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Wnrki, for a special licence to cut and
carry away timber from tlie following
described land- in the Kast Kootenay
district.
1.   Commencing at a post marked
"|i Woolsey's south-east c er post"
and  planted on the tide nl the nld
Wood    Hive.    Tlllll. almut    live   lllill
nu.i   ut  lb-   Col.mil..a  River, then.
west SU cliains, thence north 80 chain
thence eait HOchains, thence iouth 811
ebains to the place i.f commencement.
'1. Commencing at a posl .na.k.-il
"I.. Woolsey'i norlh-easl con erposl "
and planted on the side of the old
Wood River Trail, aliout five mllei
east nl the Columbin River, thence
we.i B0chaini, thencesouth 80chains,
thence eas. B0 chains, tlience nnrth su
chains tu the place of commencement.
8, Commencing it a p..si marked
"[). Wf.. .Key's uu. lb-west co. ner post,"
and planted Dn the Bide of tin-old
*Wnnl River Trail about five miles east
of the Columbia River, thence east 80
chain*, thenc. iouth 80 chains, thence
we-t il --hains. thence notth 80chains
to theplace of commencement.
4. (jmninenclng at a post marked
"D.NYonlsey'ssouih-wcst cornerpost."
ami planted on the side ol tho nld
Wood Hive. Trail, ahoul five mllei
fro ii the Columbin River, thence easi
80 chains, thence north Si) chains,
thenoe wesi 80 chaina, then..-., south Hi
obaina !>• the place of cnmmencemenl
Dated thia Bth day of March. 1007,
sat inch 1(1        D. WOOLSEY.
Notice is hereby given that IW days
after date 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief (!oin.iii«sionei- of Lands
and Works for a special licence to cut
and carry away timber from the following desciibed lands situated in
Lardeau district!
Coinmeneing at a post planted on
the easl side of Fish creek, about three
miles from mouth of Fish ereek and
half n mile east of the bank, marked
"Wm. I'ai'ton's S. K. corner post,'
mil dated March 12th, 1007, thence
north SU chains, east SI) chains, south
SO ebains, west 80 chains to point of
commenoement,
sat inch 10       WM. PABTON.
LAM) NOTICK.
N.iLii-e is hereby given that 60 daya after date I
i.ilifii.l to .ip|ily t<> tl.e Chief Coiniiiisai'ilier iif
Lands inn! \\ ",,-ks fnr permission to imrcliiise tl.e
fiililiiTil.il described lamia, situate it. Wesl Kooteuay district:
Cuiiinu-iiehig nt a. poat planted ubuut llli-liiuna
Boutli from tiie aoutli-weat corner of Lnt No, 61.5
nmliiifirlf.-il -.1. K. .I..1..I.S.I1I.* suuth-east eurner
post," tlience noitll mi chains, tbeuce wesi St.
cbnins, tlience soulb so cliains, tlienee enst .v.
chains tu puint uf coinmoacement, Containing
uiu acres.
Dated lltli Mnrcli, Hali.
wed incli If) .1. B, JOHNSON.
A Hint to
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The Double Breasted Sack Suit
is coming into its own again.
The Fit-Reform "Strand" Suits
embody those niceties of style
and tailoring demanded by men
of good taste.
Made in imported Tweeds,
Worsteds, Cheviot Serges and
Twilled Vicunas.
NOTIGE.
Notice is hereby given that 00 davi from date
I inlend to apply to lhe Honourable the Cuiel
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following described
lands, situated fn (iaiena Bay, and more par-
Ui'iilarlT described as follows;
Ik'uluiiinK at a post planted at the north-east
eorner of Andy Olson's ranch, and called 'T,
J.Olson's N.W. comet post," thence M\ chains
easl, tbenee 40 chains soulh thenee 40 chains
west, thence 40 chains north to poinl of commencement! containing 160 acres more or less.
Dated .lan.'25ih, 1W7.
leblGsn P.J. 0'90N.
NOTIGE
Notice is hereby Riven that ftt days afterdate 1
intend tr apply to the Hum ruble Cliief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to pur
chani' the liillim-iun described lands:
Starting at a post inarked ''K. N. Henderson,"
planted at the north-weal corner of IM son on the
eaat shore of Upper <rrow Luke, running east so
chains, north SU chains, west KO ehuins, thence
niun*.: the lake shore south to point of com
meneement,
Dated Feb. 12th, 1907.
■attach S R. N. HENDERSON.
NOTIGE.
VfOTICK i< hereby riven that 60 daya after
iN date I intend to apply to the Hon. the
thief Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase the following described
funds, situated in West Kootenny, on tbe west
bore of Upper Arrow Lake:
ComOtenoulK at a post marked "J. l'.H."s
north-east eorner," planted at the north-west
cornerof Lot 444. thence wost 40 chains more
nr less to the north-east corner of l^ot ,?J.t.).
thencesouth 10 chains, thenceeast 40 chains
more or less to the soul h-we^t corner of Lot
444, thence north 44 chains to point if com
menoement
Dated this Brd day of Keb. 1907.
J. (.'. HARLOW,
inch 9 sat Hy his agent 8, J. Harlow.
NOTICE
NOTICE.
Katies i- berebr five;, thai SO dayi alter data
«e ...tend oi apply totbe. 'Inef' ommlsilnner ul
Land, and Work* lor a special Hcsbbi to eat
and csrrr »»s» timher (r..m tlio lolljiwlndde-
Mril.""l  lands in dislrict. ul Welt KootWIf'I
1. l..-BinniiiK at a |..."t about so dm...* ..'.r.l.
(J the flslcyoi. Hot Sprint,-, find iili'.ill IjOhllai
from Ihe lain- ihore, aim niarked **K. F. Full-
mer-. 8, ff, cornor poit. thenco m thalni
north, thence 80 chaini oast, tl.ci.ee 8u cbnins
wrath, thenoo 80 ohalni west to point 01 commencement, ,n,  , ,       ...
2. BetrinnlnK nt n poit about 12" cbnln. north
o( the n.b-v"".. Ho. Bprlnga and marked F. F.
Fullmer'sS.W.corner poit," thence SOohani
norib. thonce m chain, oast, tbonco80ohaini
.outh. thence M chains wosl to Point ol coin,
melireiiit-nt.
linled Miirifb 2h.e, 1'jul. ,   ..,.,
dam-bar F.F.FULLMKIt
Notice is hereby given that within thirty .Iny*
from dnte I intend to apply to tbe Uunorable
Chief Commissioner of Lands nml Works Ior fi
ipeclal license tocut and carry away timber from
the following descrilied lnmls. sitnnted ... West
K....tenny District.
Coiiimeiu-i.ii: at tho nnrth east corner af Lot 8125;
tl.etu.-e north .0 ehnins, thenca west 160 chains,
tbenee south ... chains, tlience enst IM ci.a.ns
to point uf eiiHimencament.
BOWMAN Ll'MHKIl OOMPANY, LTD.
Da.tedtbls8thdayofMnrc.lt, nun.
LAND NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given thnt 00 dnya after datu 1
intend tu npply tu the Chief Cuminissioner of
Lnnds and V\ urks fur permission to purchnse the
following described binds, situnte iu West Kootenay District:
Commencing nt a poat planted one chain east of
tile N. W, corner of Lot 100, Group 1, anil mnrked
"A. Johnson's S. \V. corner pust," tbeuce east 80
cliains, thence nnrth 80 chains, thence west HO
ehnins, thence south 80 ebains to the pointof
coiuinenceiuenl. Containing 0.0 acres.
Duted Utli Mnrch, 11W7.
wed mei. 13 A. JOHNSON.
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and you will find what a pleasure and satisfaction it is to be
well dressed.
Suits and Overcoats  $15, $18, and 820.
Blue and Black Suits, the best made, $20, & $25
Right Overcoats, up-to-date-Prices: $18 and $20
Special Trousers $5 and $6.
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McKinnon & Sutherland -  Revelstoke
Notice la hereby given that oo days after date 1
intend to apply to the Chief commissioner of
Lauds and Work* fur permission to purchase tlie
following described lands, situate iu West Kootenny district;
Commencing at a pnst planted at the north-east
comer of A. Johnson's application and marked
"\V. ,1. Fraaer'i S. K> enrner post." theuce north 80
chains, thence ivest 811 chains, thence south 80
chains, thenee east sochains to the point of com
lueiieoiuent,   Containing bio acies.
Dated 12th March. 1007.
wed meh 13 W.J. PRASKR.
LAND NOTICE
Sixty days after date 1 inlend to apply to the
Honorable the Chief Commissioner Of Landsaud
Works for permission to purchase the following
described lands situated oil I'pper Arrow Lake
and more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a post planted at the north-east
corner of Lot BOifi and niarked "F.P.F., N.W.CP."
thenee 180 chains eest, thenee 40 cliains south,
tlienco 101) chains west, thence lOchains north to
point of commencement, 610 acres,
Dated 1-VbiuarytJlli, 1907.
wed feb 1.1 l\ V, FULLMEU.
NOTICE
Notice i-. hereby given that within two
months from the -first publication hereof In tin*
British foitimbia QMette, we intend to apply
to the Ron. Chief Commissioner of! Lands and
Work- for a special licence to cut and carry
away timber from lhe following dcs'Tited
..md- iltuated In West Kootenay district:
1. Commencing at a post planted on the
north b.iiik of Johnson Creek and about three-
quarters of s mile from ITlah Creek, marked
•*L Metntoah and Wm. Mnyd's S.W.corner
post," thence north W chains, thence east 160
chains, ihence •outh 40 ehains, thonce well idu
chains to the pnint of commeicementa
2 Commencing At a post plantmi on the
north bank of Johnson Creek and aboul three-
quarters of a mile from Kish ' reek, marked
"D. Mcintosh and Wm. Boyd'sN. W. corner
post," thence east h>i chains, thence -with in
chains, thence weal 160 ebains. thence north 4n
chain- to the point of commencement-,
Losated March 7th. 1907.
d, McnrroaH,
wed meh 20 WM, HOYD, l^watoM.
LAND NOTICK.
Hntlce Is hereby siren that 6ft dayi after datu I
Intend to apply to tin? f.'hW Commissioner of
Lands and Works (or perai-mimi to pun ham-th*
following described lnnds in West Kootenay dis*
C'ltumi-ncinKit upont planted at the loiitb-west
cornerof hot fill, eaet sldeol cpper Arrow Uk
tlienc** fast KI chains, -multi in chains, west Ml
chains, north 40 chaina to poinl of cotnin-ineetnHnt.
Containing MO acres more or lens,
Dated March Ltth, ino:.
wed meh lt H.c. MORRIS.
LAftn NOTICK.
Notice W hereby glren that vi days after date I
Intend to apply to th-*-* chief Commissioner of
Unds and Works for pennH»i«u to pnrchaSfl thfl
following described lands in West Kootenay din-
trlct:
(''.iniimnciiin  at  a post,  planted at the N. R.
comer of Ut 7MMn N. R. Arm of Arrow Uke*,
thence south fto cnains, east W) '■Imins, north Wi
chains, west wi chains to point of commencement.
Containing wo acre".
Dated March Uth, IW7.
tred meh 18 D. MePHADDKN,
UUD HOTIOK.
Notice is hereby il»en that Wl days after date I
Inlend to apply (A the <;hinf ('ommhslnner of
Lands and Works for purmhslon to purchase Ho-
following detorlbad lands Is West Kootenay dis
I .VitninenciiiK at a post planted about one milu
soul h from the S. R, corner of Ut KI I on shore of
Upper Attow take, thenci west no ohains, south
80 chains, lilt 60 chains, north 80 thalni to point
nf commenoement. Cuntaining-Miiaeina.
Hated March ISth, 1907,
wed meh 13 L. A. M. MORRIS.
NOTIGE
Notice is hereby given that 80 daya
afterdate we Intend to apply to the
Ohief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special licence to cut and
carry awny timber from the following
described lands, Bituate in West
Kooleuay district:
1. Commencing at a post planted
about ii miles from east lunk of Columbia river at Rocky I'o int and marked "Revelstoke Saw .Mills Co. S, W.
corner posi," thence north Iim chains,
east III chains, soutb UKI elinins, west
III chains!.. poini of commencement.
2. Commencing at a post plnnted
about *)i miles from east Imnk of Columbia river at Rocky Point, marked
■Kevelstoke Saw Mill Co. S.W. corner
post," thence n.rth IBO chains, easl 10
elinins. souih 160 chains, west 10
ebains to point of commencement.
8, Commencing at a post planted
aliout -l noles from east I.;...k.it Columbia river ni Rocky Point, marked
"Revelstoke Saw Mill Co. S.W. corner post." tnence north 160 chains, east
41) chains, south IHU chains, west VI
chains to point of commencement
i, Commencing nt a posl planted
about 4) miles from easl bankof Columbia river ni Rocky Point, marked
-Revelstok.- Saw Mill Co. S. W. corner post,,' theni e north I60i haina, easl
■III chains, south 18) chaini, weat 4o
chains to poinl of commencement
5, Co.nm.-n- ing at i post planted
nliout .1 miles Ii ii. the --.i-; - nnk -1
Columbia river at Rocky Poinl and
mnrked "ReveLtoke Saw Mill Co, S.
W, corner post," thence nnrth i'i1)
r!iiiin*..-!iM lOchains, * nth 180 chains,
west i" chains to poinl of commencement.
ii. Commencing al ■- poil planted
aboul 3 miles fr m east Imnk of Columbia river tt Rocky P lnt, marked
"Revelitoke San Mill I -- N E cnruei
pnst," thence south 160 chnlni, wi il
JO chain*, nortli I"1 chaini, eaal I't
.-liains to point of commence ni.
7. Commencing «i n posl planted
about n miles from th" .■..-' bank   i
Cnlumblu rive, al Rockj Point, qui
...I  "Revelstoke Saw  Mill Co. N E.
corner pnst," thenc .th 160 i halm
east 10 ehalm, north 160 chains, «>--'
JO chaini to point of commencement,
8. Commencingal a post plnuled
.... weil bank of Columbia rivei nboul
1 mill. I.elow Rocky Point, mai ked
"Revelstoke Saw Mill Co. s, K. corner
posi." thence wesl [60 chaini, north
lo chalna, paal 180 chains, aouth 10
ehnins to pnlnl ol commencement.
Dated March 6th, 1907,
ItKvi-fi.s-iuKi-: Saw Mn... Co.
wed ...ch 111
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are having them reserved until they can arrange payment, thereby
getting all the advantage ol early purchasing and at the same time
accommodating their finances. Our property is a seller, and when
buying if you tail to Bee us you may not buy to your best advantage.
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N'OTH'K IH HKIIKUY OIVRN tlm., thlr'y
day- after darn I Intend to apply to tha
Chief Committloner of r*nilsand wonwfari.
speoial license to cnl and earry away timber
from the following described lands situated m
the Osoyoos Division of Vale District:
Commonolng at«•"-' markod "J. H. Mack's
norm ofut oorner,' planted about five hnndrod
feet from th'- north bank of the north fork of
Chorry Crook, abont eight miles up tho orcph
rnmiinK wost 120 olinliie, thenoo south ■'•■ linii
thonco east m chains, thonco north 10 chains
thence east 80 ohains, thouoe north in chain-
to pointof con meneement,
Dated March 7th, 1007.
wrd lurch fl J.H. MACKKMIK,
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Notice i« hereby glvon that m dsyn after date I
Intead to apply tn tho Chief fjenimlssloner of
Lands and w«rk'i fur permission to purchase the
following desorlbed lands m Wmt. Kootenay district:
CammcnrhiK ul- R post planted "ti went shore «f
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JEPHTHA AND
HIS DAUGHTER
Story of the Dramatic Cantata
to be Presented on April 19
by Local Talent, Under the
Auspices of Methodist Church
Such is the title ol the dramatic
cantata, by Phin. Q. Hull, that iB to
be presented in the Opera Home on
April 19th.
" Who wai Jephthn, anyway?" ii a
question which a lew honeit people
are daring to aik, and about which a
great many are in a etate ol vague un
certainty. A few are very lure that
Jephtha ii in the Bible—aomewherel
The narrative upon which thin cantata
ia based is lound in the eleventh chap-
tor of Judgei. It ii one ol the old
tales ol the early history ol tbe
Israelite.! and carries us back to the
time when the tribes ol Israel were
very little superior to the superstitious
and degraded tribes about them. Their
civilization was primitive, their religious conceptions crude and their
ethical standards low. Unless we bear
this in mind we cannot understand or
appreciate the story.
The Israelites possessed the fertile
country of Gilead, eait nl the Jordan.
They became prosperous and forsook
the worship of Jehovah for the worship
of Baal with its impure rites. Retribution quickly followed and they became an easy prey to the surrounding
tribes, In their despair they turned
again to their own god—Jehovah.
The Ammonites, their hereditary
enemies, invaded Gilead. The Israel
ites were helpless, they had no leader.
At this crisis, tbe elders, or councillors
of Gilead, called io the aid ot a notorious outlaw named Jephtha.
Jephtha was an illegitimate son.
Hit brothen refuting to acknowledge
him, bad driven him from hil lather's
home. He fled to the Und of Tob and
there gathered about him a baud of
free hunters. A daring adventurer
and a born leader he wai, tbe Robin
Hood or Rob Roy ol hil day.
Naturally suspicious ol the elders ol
Gilead, Jephtha, contented to come to
their assistance only alter they had
tiken a solemn oath that il he wai
victorious he should become tbe chiel
of the whole tribe. The Ant ttep of
the new leader was to enter upon
peaceful negotiation! with the Ammonite!. But they refuted to listen
to any overturei and war became
inevitable.
It wai a moment ol the greatett
importance, Jephtha realized that his
own future and the future of his
country were at stake. Hit deep,
passionate, religious nature anerted
itself. He repaired to a sacred cairn
or heap of stones called Miipah—"the
Heap ol Witnes" and there he made a
loleinn vow to Jehovah, "If thou wilt
indeed deliver the children of Amnion
Into mine hand, then it shall be, that
whosoever cometh lorth of tl.e doors
of my house to meet me, when I
return in peace Irom the children ol
Amnion, it shall l.e Jehovah's, and I
will offer it up lor a burnt offering."
A terrible vow but it was an age when
human sacrifices were common. The
fierce Jephtha lelt in this crisis that
only a costly sacrifice would be acceptable to the God who gave him
the victory.
Jephtha and his army went out
againit the enemy and alter a series
of engagement! attained a signal
victory. In great triumph he returned
to hil headquarters near the sacred
"Heap ol Witneit" He had not forgotten hit vow. Upon what victim
would tats decide? Ferhspi lome
favorite slave. Alael whom ihould be
■een advanoing to meet him but a
company of maidens dancing to the
muiic of their timbrels, and at their
head—oh, the horror ol it—hit only
ohild. The overwhelming grief of the
lather, the noble self surrender of the
daughter, the fulfillment of the vow
can belt be told in the simple words
of the old chronicler, "and it came to
pass, that when he taw l.er, that he
rent hit clothes, and said, alas, my
daughterl thou hast brought me very
low, and thou art one of them that
tiouble me; (or I have opened my
mouth unto Jehovah, and I cannot go
back." And ibe said unto him, "my
father, thou bast opened thy mouth
unto Jehovah, do unto me according
to that whioh hath proceeded out of
thy mouth; fortimuoh as Jehovah
hath taken vengeame for thee of thine
enemies, even of tbe children of
Ammon, And she said unto her
father, let this thing be done for me;
let me alone two months, that I may
depait and go hence upon the mountains, and bewail my virginity, I and
my companion!." And he ho said,
" Go." And it came to pass at tbe
end ol two monthi that the returned
unto her (tther, who did with her
according to hii vow which he had
vowed,
much ii the tragedy of Jephtha and
hii daughter. At first, perhaps, we
are repelled by the story, Afterwards,
w« leel Its deep pstlioi.
in n.u ......if.ni, ino pi in041111.- 'in- ui
course Jephtha and his daughter,
whom the c .mposer has named Iphi-
genia. Classical students will remember that Iphigenia was the daughter
ol Agamemnon. Agamemnon offended
the goddess Astemis, who could be
appeased only by the death of his
daugh.er. The other characters who
have been introduced have very subordinate positions.
In the first act come a series of
ohoruses presenting to ub the sad
conditions of Israel, their dependence
upon Jehovah, the selection of Jephtha and his victory. In the second
act we have the chorus ol maidens as
with light hearts and step they advance to greet the victor. Then comes
the tragic moment of the meeting of
father and doughter and the recognition of the irrevocableness ol tbe vow.
In the third and final act we witness
the dreadful sacrifice at Mizpah. The
grand finale, "We will meet you in the
morning," expresses a sentiment which
we meet in sn earlier scene, but which
is quite foreign to the original story.
It is doubtless introduced out of
deference to the Christian sentiment,
which refutes to see in death the
extinction ol hope,
PROSPEROUS OUTLOOK
Stability of Government Encourages Capital to Invest.
"The stability ol the present government," said Charles F. Lindmark,
of Revelstoke, to the Colonist, yesterday, "is having a great effect upon the
trend of investment in the East."
Mr. Lindmark, who is president and
manager of the Revelstoke Lumber
mills, and a prominent resideut of
that city, has just returned from a
trip to Minneapolis, wheie he had
gone iu the interests ol his lumber
business. He states tbat he found
business good there, and moreover intormed the Colonist that he wai particularly struck by the way in which
investors were looking towards thil
province since stable government had
been assured.
Mr. Lindmark stated that the effect
ol the confidence in the administration was particularly evident among
the lumber merchants.
"I know of three concerns," he laid,
"controlling in all about half a million dollars, whom the result of the
late elections has decided in starting
butineii in this provinee. Oue of
these concerns will locate on tbe
Island, another on the Columbia aud
the other on the Crow's Nest line.
The mining aid fishing industries,
too, are being benefitted."
While in Winnipeg, Mr. Lindmark
spoke before the board ol trade there,
snd accounts ol hii addreis appeared
in the coast papers at the time. Mr,
Lindmark statei that the report!
whieh appeared ol hie speech, were
calculated to leave an untrue impression ol what he had said,
"I was reported," he said, "ai having laid the blame lor the high price
of lumber at the doors of the C. F. R.
That is hardly correct. What I did
say was that owing to the lact that
the railway forced the millmen to prepay freight on all orders, the consignees had to pay high prices, the
reason of course being that they pay
both cost of lumber and of freight to
the shippers."
Mr. Lindmark states that everywhere he wont on the American side
of the line he found the price of lumber much higher than it ii here
"When tbe American settlers who are
ooming by scores into the Northwest
see the price of lumber there," said he,
they are delighted, and find it cheap
compared to what they had been
paying.
"All this agitation about tbe high
price of lumber on the plains ii caused
by a lot ol tin pot politician!, The
people are quite satisfied."—Victoria
Colonist,
C. P, R. DETECTIVE BUREAU
Railway Company Organizing
Agency to Cover Dominion
Toronto, April 9.—It is underttood
that the 0, F.R. ii establishing its
own private detective agency to cover
every part ol the Dominion. The
reason lor thil ii believed to be the
very heavy expense accounts which
the company has had to pay to private
detective agencies in caiei where the
railway it interetted. Caeei have
been ihown where the railway hat been
known to chase defaulters around the
world more than once, and this action
is taken to that there may not only
be a taving in expente, but tbat the
railway company will bs able to acquire the servicei cl the beet men in
the detective profenion.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Not Iti.i la l.crnl.y Riven that tho co partner-
.hip heretofore hiiImUUiik wtwe.il thi under
Hlgnsd ss llarlien., .....l-r the llr... name of
Moiwui k l'amoni, al Itornlstoke, U. l*„ his
linen this il.r .II.mIvc.1 I.j mutual c.n.ent. All
debts duo to the said parlnor.hlp tn (.. lie paid
to J. A. Morgan, former!)' one ol Mid Arm, and
all partnership debtn to bo paid bv him, the
said J A. Morgan....... I....!..a mi lhc bu.lnes..
lliivi.l.liikr.T!. ('., April Mh. 1*11.
J. A. MI.HllAN,
wsdaplU A. I'A1W0N8,C
JNUTlUJi
Notice is hereby given tint 30 days after date I
Intend tu apply tn tlie Cliief Cora missioner of
Lands and Wnrks for a special license to cut and
carryaway timlier fmm lot following descrilied
lands sitnnted In tlu- Osoyoos division if Yale
Di*triit:
8. Commencing at a post mnrked "Harry
Mcintosh's N.E. corner post No. 8," nnd planted
at tlie north-west corner nf H- Mcintosh's Loch-
lion No. 2, thence south S'l chains, thence west
HO chains, theuce north 80 chains, tnence east SO
chains to point of commencement.
Dtted 7th March, 19u7.
HAHRV McINTOSH,
snt meh 23 ByG. K. Brink, Agent.
NOTICE
Nolice Is hereby given that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to tbe Chlel Coramis
sioner of Lands and works for a special license
to cut and carry away timber from tbe following described lands situated In tbe Osoyoos
division, Yale District:
1. Commencing at a post planted about
half a milo north of the north-east cornerof
Sugar Lake and about 1 mile east of tbe Shuswap river, nnd marked "H. Mcintosh's southwest coruer post No, 1," thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west 10 chains,
thence south 80 chains to poiut ef commencement.
2. Commencing at a pout plauted at the
north-west corner of Location No. I, and marked ' H. Mcintosh's soutb-west corner post No.
2, thence east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
poiut of commencement.
Dated l^th March, 1907.
HARBV McINTOSH,
snt meh 12 By G. K. Briuk, Agent.
NOTICE.
Nolfoe is hereby given that 30 days after date I
Intend to apply to the Hon. the Chief Commission
er of Lands and Works for a special license to cut
and carry away timber from ilm following descrilied lands In West Kootenay district:
('ommeiieing at a post plunted on the east
shore of Upper Arrow Lake, about oue mile
south of Cape Horn, marked "A. C. Y„ N. W.
corner," thence ruining east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, theuce wesi 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement,
riDated March 16th, 1907.
sat meh 23 A. C. YODER, Locuter.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days after date
. Intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a special license to cut
and cat ry away timber from the following described lands situated in thc West Kootenay
District:
Commencing at a post plauted nbout 20 chums
west of Lot 3498, thence 20 chaius uorth, 20
ohains east, 00 chains north, 80 chains west, 80
chains south, and 60 chains east to point of
commencement.
Daied 12th March, 1907.
sat men 23 R. F. PERRY.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Nolle. I. hereby given that the partnership
heretolore existing bvtw.cn J. K. Koblneon
and J. A. Lewis, .11 ol Wigwam, B.C., haa been
dissolved aud all business will ln luture be
carried oa by J. A Lewla.
Dated tb.B lCtbdajf ol March, .90*1,
•Minei.23 J. a. LEWIS.
NOTICE
Notice is l.ertby given that 30 days
alter date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Landt and
Worka for a special licence to cut and
carry away timber from tbe following
described landi situate in Yale Districl :
9. Commencing at a post planted
at the north-east corner of Lot 2818,
and niarked "A. M. SyinonB' N. W.
corner post," thence eait 60 chaini,
thence iouth 80 chains, thence west
100 chains, more or lets, to boundary
ol Lot 2818, thence north-easterly
along said boundary to place ol commencement.
10. Commencing at a post planted
at the north-west corner ol Timber
Limit 10468, aud marked "A. M. Symons' S. W. corner post," thence
north 80 chainB, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thenoe west
8>J ebains to place of comnienceme.it.
11. Commencing at a post planted
at the uorth-east corner nl Timber
Limit 10461., and marked "A. M. Sy-
n.out' 8. E. corner post," thence west
160 chains, thence n-.rth 40 chains,
thence last 160 chains, th.ncetouth
40 chaini to place ol commencement.
12. Commencing at a post planted
at the louth-eaet corner ol Timber
Limit 10472, and marked "A. M. Symoni' S. W. corner post," thence east
80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
theuce west 80 chains, thence south
80 ohains to place ol comnienence-
nient,
13. Commencing nt a post planted
at the north-west corner ol Timber
Limit 10466, and marked "A. M. Symons' N, E. corner post," thence west
160 cliains, thence south 40 chains,
thence east 160 chains, thence north
40 chains to place ol commencement.
14. Commencing at a post planted
one half mile south of the north-west
corner of Timber Limit 10465, and
marked "A. M, Symons'N E. corner
pott," thence wett 160 chaini, thence
iouth 40 chains, thence eaet 160
chains, thence north 40 chains to
place of commencement.
15. Commencing ata post planted
at the north-weit cornerof Timber
Limit 10473, and marked "A. M. Symoni' N. E. corner poit," thence weit
160 chaini, thence iouth 40 chains,
thence east 160 chains, thence north
40 chaini to place of commencement,
16. Commencing at a poit planted
20 chaini eait of the north-west corner
of A, M. Symoni' No. 8 Timber Application, prior location, and marked "A.
M. Symoni' 8. W. corner post,*' thence
eait 80 chaini, thence north 80 chaini,
thence weit 80 chains, thence south
80 chaini to place of commencement.
17. Commencing at a poit planted
20 cbaina east of the north-weitcorner
ol No. 16, and marked "A. M Symoni1
8. W. corner poit," thence eait 80
chaini, thence north 80 chaini, thence
weit 80 chaini to place of commenoement,
18. Commencing at a poit planted
20 chains east of the north weet corner
of No. 17, and marked "A. M, Symons'
8. W. corner poit," thence eait 80
chaini, thence north 80 chaini, thence
wett 80 chaini, thence touth 80 chaini
to place of commencement.
19. Commencing at a post phnted
at the north-west corner of Timber
Limit 10469, and marked "A. M. Symoni' N. E, corner post," thence wesl
60 chaini, thence iouth 120 chainB,
thence east 40 ohains to boundary ol
Lot 2818, tbenee north-easterly along
said boundary to the south-west cor
ner ot Timber Limit 10469, theuce
north 80 chaini to place of commencement.
Dated March 9th, 1907.
iat meh 23 A. M. SYMONS.
LAND NOTICK,
Ni.tlce 1. hereby given that 10 days after date I
Intend In apply to the Chlol Cnramlssloner of
Und. and work, for permission to purchase t,e
following; described lands In Weat Kootenay dis
C.-ninirii.-iiiK at a poat planl.-1 about one mile
east ol Lot 70.1, on show of N.K. Arm ol Arrow
Late., thence .outh SO chains, east ID chains,
Birth B" chain., .... SO chains ... point of com*
r>.nc<ro*..t.   ConUlnln. NO acre..
DtUd March llth, HOT.
wtdmchll H, HOBHIS.
nunub
Nolice is hereby iliai 30 days after date
I intend 10 apply 10 ilic Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special
licence lo cut k.uI ear.)- awav timber fron.
Ihe follow in}*; described laiuls in West
Kootenay district:
1. Commencing al a post planleil oil
the soulli bank of Eight Mile Creek aboul
% mile from its moulh, marked -'E. A.
Bradley's S. E. comer posl," llienee wesl
80 chains, thence north 80 chains, ihence
east 80 cliains, thence soulh 80 chains to
poinl of commencemeni.
2. Commencing at .1 posl planleil on
soulh bank of Eighl Mile Creek aboul hall
a mile from its mouth, marked "'E. A.
Bradley's N. E. corner posl," Ihence wesl
80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
easl 80 chains, Ihence north 80 chains lo
point of commencemeni.
3. Commencing al a posl planled on
soulh bank of Eighl Mile Creek about one
and a half mites Irom its moulh, niarked
"E. A. Bradley's S. E. corner posl,"
ihence west 80 chains, tlience norlh 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
soulh 80 chains to point of commencement.
4. Commencing at a post iilanled on
soulh hank ol Eight Mile Creek ahoul one
and a half miles from Its moulh, marked
"E. A. Bradley's N. E, corner posl,"
thence west 80 chains, ihence south 80
chains, Ihence east 80 chains, Ihence
norlh 80 chains to point of commencemeni.
5. Commencing at a posl planted on
south bank of Eighl Mile Creek about Iwo
and a half miles from ils moulh, marked
"E. A. Bradley's N. E. corner post,"
thence west 160 chains, thence soulh 40
chains, thence cast 160 chains, tlience
north 40 chains to point of commencement.
6. Commencing al a post planled on
south bank of Eight Mile Creek aboul two
and a halt miles from ils moulh, marked
"E. A. Bradley's S. E. corner posl,"
ihence wesl 80 chains, Ihence norlh 80
chains, Ihence easl 80 chains, Ihence
south 80 chains to point of commencemeni.
7. Commencing at a post planted one-
half mile easl of Columbia river on east side
and one mile bebw Big Mouth Creek,
marked "E. A. Bradley's S. W. corner
post," thenceeast 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, Ihence wesl 80 chains, thence
south 80 chainslo point of commencement.
8. Commencing at a post planted one-
half mile easl of Columbia River on easl
side and one mile below Big Mouth Creek,
marked "E. A. Bradley's N. W. corner
post," thence east 80 chains, tlience soulh
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, Ihence
norlh 80 chains to point of commencement.
9. Commencing at a posl planled one-
half mile east of Columbia River on easl
side and one and a half miles below Bitf
Mouth Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley s
S. W. corner post," ihence east 80 chains,
Ihence north 80 chains, thence west  80
hains, thence soulh 80 cliains lo poinl
of commencement,
0. Commencing at a post planled one
half mile easl of Columbia River on easl
side and one and a hall miles below Big
Moulh Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley's
N. W. corner posl," ihence cast 80 chains,
Ihence soulh 80 chains, ihence west 80
chains, Ihence north 80 chains to point of
commencement.
11. Commencing al a posl planled on
Ihe south side of Soard Creek aboul 60
chains from its moulh, inarked "E. A.
Bradley's S. E. corner post," tlience wesl
80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, Ihence soulli 80 chains to
point of commencement
12. Commencingal a post planled on
soulh side of Soard Creek about 60 chains
from its mouth, marked "E. A. Bradley's
N, E. corner posl," thence west 80 chaius,
ihence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence north 80 chains lo point of
commencemeni.
13. Commencing al a post planled on
norlh side ol Soard Creek aliout oae mile
and 60 chains from its mouth, marked "E.
A. Bradley's S. E, corner post," Ihence
w-esl 80 chains, Ihence norlh 80 chains,
Ihence easl 80 chains, tlience soulh 80
chains to point of coinmencement.
14. Commencing al a posl planted on
norlh side of Soard Creek about one mile
and 60 chains from ils mouth, marked "E.
A. Bradley's N. E. corner posl," llicuce
west 80 chains, ihence south 80 cliains,
ihence east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains to point of commencement.
15. Commencingal a post planleil 011
north side of Soard Creek about two miles
and 60 chains from ils mouth, marked "E.
A, Bradley's S. E. corner posl," ihence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains lo poinl of commencement,
16. Commencing at a post planted on
north side of Soard Creek about two miles
and 60 chains from ils moulh, maiked "E.
A. Bradley's N. E. corner post," thence
wesi 80 chains, Ihence sou.h 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains to point of commencement,
17. Commencing at a post planted on
north side of Soard Creek about 3 miles
and 60 chains from its mouth, marked "E.
A.Bradley's S. E. corner post," thence
west 80 chains, thence norlh 80 chains,
Ihence east 80 chains, thence soulh 80
chains to point ol commencement.
18. Commencing al a post plaated on
norlh side of Soard Creek about 3 miles
and Co chains from its moulh, marked "E.
A. Bradley's N, E. corner post," thence
wesl 80 chains, thence soulh 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, theuce north 80
chains to poinl of commencement.
19. Commencing at a post planled on
the easl side ol Columbia River and Iwo
and a half miles from the Columbia River
and one and a half milei norlli ol Big
Mouth Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley's
N.W. corner posl,"ihence south Sochains,
thence easl 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, Iheuce wesl 80 chains, to poinl ol
commencemeni.
30, Commencing at a post planted on
the east side of Columbia River and two
and a half miles from llie Columbia River,
and one and a half miles north of Big
Moulh Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley's
S. W. corner post," thence easl 80 chains,
Ihence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains to poinl of
commencement.
21. Commencing al a post planted on
the east side of Columbia River and on.
and a hall miles from the Columbia River,
and two and a half miles north ol Big
Mouth Creek, marked "E, A. Bradley's
S.W. corner post," Ihence north 80 chains,
Ihence east 60 chains, Ihence soulh 80
chains, Ihence wesl 80 chains to point of
commencement.
22. Commencing al a post planted on
easl lide of Columbia riverand on soulh
side and one mile from moulh of Howard
Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley's S. VV.
corner post,' thence east 80 cliains, Ihence
north 80 cliains, Ihence wesl 80 chains,
ihence south 80 cliains to point of com-
meneement.
23. Commencing at a post planted on
east side of Columbia River and on soulh
side and one mile Irom mouth ol Howard
Creek, marked "E, A. Bradlev's N. W,
corner posl," Ihence easl 80 clialns, ihence
soulh 80 chains, ihence wesl 80 chains,
Ihence norlh 80 chnlns lo pointof commencement,
24. Commencing at a post planted on
cast side of Columbia River and on north
side and two miles from moulh of Howard
Creek, marked "E, A. Bradley's S, W.
corner posl," thence east 80 cliains, thence
north 80 chains, thence weat 80 chains,
meneement.
25. Commencing al a posl planlcd on
east side of Columbia River and on north
side and two miles from moulh nf Howard
Creek, marked "E, A. Bradley's N, W.
conier post,"llienee east 80 chains, thence
soulli 80 chains, ihence ivesl 80 cliains,
thenee north 80 chains to point of commencement,
26. Commencing al a posl planled on
east side of Columbia Riverand on soulh
side and 3 miles from mouth of Howard
Creek, niarked "E. A, Bradley's S. W.
corner post," thence easl 80 chains, ihence
north 80 cliains, Ihence wesl 80 chains,
Ihence soulh 80 chains to point of coinmencement,
27. Commencing at a posl planled on
east side of Columbia Riyer and on north
ide and 3 miles from mouth of Howard
Creek, marked "E. A, Bradley's N. W.
cornerpost," thence east80chains,thence
south 80 chains, tlience wesl 80 chains,
to point ofconimencemenl.
28. Commencing at a posl planted on
easl side ef Columbia River and on south
side and 4 miles from mouth of Howard
Creek, niarked "E. A. Bradley'i S. W.
corner posl," thencecasl 80 chains, thenco
norlh 80 chains, tlience wesl 80 chains,
ihence south 80 chains lo point of commencement,
29. Commencing at a posl planted on
easl side of Columbia Riverand on norlh
side and 4 miles from moulh of Howard
Creek, niarked "E. A. Bradley'i N. W.
corner posl." Iheuce east80 chains, Ihence
soulli 80 chains, ihence wesl 80 chains,
ihence norlli 80 chains to point of commencement,
30. Commencing a I a post planted on
north side of Maloney Creek, 60 chains
from Columbia River, marked "E, A.
Bradley's S. E. cooner post," Ihence wesl
80 chains, Ihence norlh 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, ihence south 80 chains to
point of commencement.
31. Commencingat a post planted on
south side of Maloney Creek and two
miles and 60 cliains from moulh of creek,
niarked "E. A, Bradley's S, E. corner
post," ihence wesl 80 chains, ihence nortli
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, Ihence
soulh 80 chains to point of commencement.
32. Commencing al a post planted ou
south side of Maloney Creek and 2 miles
and 60 chains from its mouth, niarked "E.
A. Bradley's N. E. corner post," ihence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 ehains,
theuce east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains to place of commencement,
33. Coinineneilig at a posl planted on
south side and 3 miles and 60 chains from
moulh of Maloney Creek, niarked "E. A.
Bradley's S. E. cornel' posl," thence west
80 chains, Ihence north 80 chains, Ihence
easl 80 chains, thence south 80 cliains to
point of commencement.
34. Commencing at a post planled on
south side and 3 miles and 60 chains from
mouth of Maloney Creek, marked "E. A.
Bradley's N. E. cornerpost," thence west
Sochains, Ihence soulli 80 chains, Iheuce
easl 80 chains, Ihenee north 80 chains 10
poinl of commencement.
39, Commencing at a post planted 0(1 chains
west of Columbia Ilivor and two miles
south of Maloney Creek, niarked "E, A.
Hradley'a N. K corner post," thenc south llll
chains, thenco west 10 ciiiiin*-, thonce north UU.
chums, thence cast ild chains to point uf coin-
inciiccniont.
fill. Co.n..iFiii'iiiK at a post planted 1)1 ohnlne
west of Columbia River and thi-c ini.es
soutli of Maloney Creek, marked "K. A.
Bradley's N. K. corner post," tnonco south 80
chains, tlionco west 80 chains, thouce north 80
chnlns, thouoe oast 80 ohnlna to point uf commencement.
37. Commencing at a post planted 6(1 chains
west ol Columbia Kiver and four niilea
soutli of Maloney Crock, murked "K. A.
Ilradley's N, K. corner poat," thonce south 8"
clmins, thence wost 80 cliains, the.eo norlh 80
cliains, thenco east 80 eliains to point of commeiicomont
lla. Commencing at a post planted one and
onu-half miles from Columbia Hivor and one
mile north of Horno Creek, marked "K. A.
Hradley'a 8. K, corner poat," thonce north 80
chnlns, thenco west 80 chains, thonce south 80
ohains, thonce eusi, 80 chaius to point of commencement.
Ilii. Cominenchig at a post planted two and
oiiif-liiilr' miles from Columbia Hivor and one
half utile north of Home Crook, marked "IS. A.
Bradley's 8. K. comer post," thenco north Sl'
chaina, thence west 80 chains, thenco south 80
clmins, tlienco enst 80 chains lu point of ifimi-
meneouunt.
.... Commencing .tt a post planted one mile
Irom Columbia Itiver unit oil the south bank of
Home Creok, marked "W, A. Bradley's a, K
coruor post," thonco west 80 chalna, Ihence
uortli 80 chains, thonco o-iat 811 chains, thence
aouth 80 ehaii.B to point of eoniinciicouiuiit.
11 10u.n1c.1ci..a at a poat planted 0..0 mile
frnm Columhin River and on south hank of
Home Creok, marked "E. A. Hradley'a N. K.
corner post," thence west 80 chains, Ihence
south SO chains, thonc cast 80 chains, tlienco
inn-Ill 80 chains to point of commencement.
Baled March 2nd, lil 7.
wcdiuoh 20 K A. l.HAlll.KY.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 80days aflor 'Into
I inteud to apply to the Hon Chief C missioner of Lands and Works for a special llconcn
to cut aud carry nway timber from the fulluw
ing described lauds, situated in tho Osoyoos
division of Yale district:
1, Commencing at a post planted about'.':'
chains north of tbe north branch of Ireland
Creek and aliout 21, miles cast troin the N K,
cornerof Section 26, Township No. 43, ami un
the Sugar I ake trail, marked "H. Mcintosh'
S.W.corner post No, 1," thonce north 40 chains,
thenee esst lfin unalns, thence south 40 chains,
thence west 160 chainslo point of commencement,
Daled 19tb March, 1907.
3, Commeneing at a post planted ahoul
three chains uorth-east of the north .eastcorner
of Sugar Lake mid nbmit Ji chafns cast ol
the mouth of Sugar Creek, marked "11 Mc-
Intosh's north-west corner post No 8." thence
south 80 chains, thence east 80 ehains, thence
nortb 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement.
Dated llth March, 1907.
HARRY McINTOSH,
wrsil up 3 By 6. K. Brink, Agent,
NOTICE
Notice ih hereby given that- 30 days after date
wu Intend to apply to tho Chlof Commissioner of
Lands und Works for a special licence to cut
and carry away timber from tho following described lauds In West Kootenay District:
1. Commonclng at n post plunled nt about
1} mile suutli'oiwt from the U.K. cornerpost of
Lot 3505, marked "ll, Mcintosh aud Win
lloyd's N. K. coruer post," tlience soulli HO
clialns, thence weft 80 chains, thencu north mi
chains, thenco cast 80 ohains to the point of
commencement.
i. ('ommenclng at a post planted on the N,
K. corner of No. I, marked "ll. Mcintosh and
Wm. lloyd's N.W. corner Mat," theuco east 80
clialns, tlienci! soulh 80 chains, Ihenco west 80
chains, theuce north 80 chains to the puim of
commencement.
8, Commencing at a post plnnted on the N.
W. corner of No. 2, marked "I). Mcintosh and
Win, Boyd's 8. K comer nosl,," thence wuitHO
chains, tlienco north 80 oniilns, thence east 80
chalna, thenco soulh 80 chains to tho point of
eommoucemont.
Located March 10th, 1007.
D. McINTOSH,
sat moh 80 WM. BOYD.
NOTIGE.
Notico Is horoby given thnl thirty days after
dute we intend to apply lo the Hon. Chlof
Commissioner of Lands and Works for license
tocut and carry awav tlm hor from the following deseribed lands iu tho District of Wost
Kooteuay lu the 1'rovliieoof liritish Columhin,
Commonclug at a post planted al thn N. K.
corner of Section 2, Twp. 211, Range 27, west of
lliH.'iih Meridian; thouco oast 10ohnlns, thonce
sontli 120 chains, theuco wost 80 ehains, theui-e
uortli-lOchains, ihoneo oast 40 chaius, thouco
nortli 80 chains to point of commencement.
Dated this 20th day of March. A. D. 1UM.
wdm27        BOWMAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
NOTICE.
Notice li boreby given that .to days after date
I Inland toapply to the Chief commissioner of
lands and Works for a special llconse tocut
and carry away timber Irom thc following
described lands In Weit Kootonay district:
Commenolng at a post planted at the N, B,
oorner of Lot 4274, thence norlh Sochains,
thenee cast 80 clialns, thence south 80 chains,
tbenee west 80 ohalna to place of commencement,
Dated March 2Mb, 1007.
wed mob 37 FRANK DKNTON,
Nolice is horoby given thai 80days after dale
wi* intend to applj I" the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Work-; fur a special licence
to cut and carry nway timlior from the following doscribod lauds situatod in Lillooel district, B.C •
1, Commenolng at a post marked "Lamb-
Watsuu Lumber Co. south-east corner post."
planted at head of small creek 2J$ miles south
from Smoke House Creek, theuce north 80
chains, thouce west 80 chnius, thence south b"
chains, thenco east 80 chains to point of coinmencement.
2. Commencing at a post marked "Lamb-
Watson Lumber Co. uorth-west corner post,
planted at head of small creok about 2\i miles
south from Smoke House Croek, thence south
SO chains, thence east 80 chaius, theuce uorth
80 chains, theuco west 80 chains to point of
commoncomeut.
8, Commencing nt a post marked "Lamb-
Watson Lumber Co. south-west coruor post,'
plantod Ht head of small creek about 24 miles
fouth from Smoke Houso Creek, thence north 80
chaius, thence oast 80 chains, thence south 30
chnius, thenco west to chains to point of com-
menoement.
4. Commencing at a post marked "Lamb*
Watson Lumbor Co. uorth-east cornerpost,'
plantod at head of small croek about 2^ miles
south of Smoke House Creek, thonce south BO
chains, thence wost 80 chains, theuce north 80
chains, thenco east SO chaius to point of commeiicomont.
Datod this 25th day of March, 1807,
Laud-Watson Lumber Co., Limited.
wod ap 8
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that W days afler date
I intend lo applv lo the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special licence lo out aud carryaway timber from the
following described lands lying about two anil
a half miles noith of Halcyon Hot Springe on
the Upper Arrow hike, and about one mile
from the shore, marked ''J. W'nllis Shorwins
north-east corner," running west I't ehains,
thencesouth 80 cbnins. ihenco east I'i chains,
thence norlh 80 chains to point of commencement.
Dated March lfitli, 1907,
wod ap 8 J, WALLIS 8HERWIN.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby ki ven lhat 30 days from date
I Intend to apply to the Honourable the Chief
Commissioner of' amis aud Works for a special
license to cut and earry away timber from the
following described lands situated in West
Kootenay district;
Commencing at a post planted 60 chains east of
the south-nest corner of T. L. 8000, ami marked
"Thomas Klleen'a north-east eomur," thence west
40 chains, thonco koiiiIi Kju chains, thence east lit
chains.thence north IOO chains to place of commencement,
Dated the 28th March, 1907.
THOMAS KILEBN,
wnl ap :t A. M. Symons, Agent.
LAN!) NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given Unit uu days after date I
intend lo apply m the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase the
following described lands, situate In Weat Kootenay district:
Com mencing at a pust planted at the north-east
cornerof J. ¥,. Johmnn's application and marked
"A MePhadden'a south-east corner jio.it," thence
north 80 chains, thunce west bO chains, thence
south SO chains, thence east 80 chaina lo poiut of
commencement.   Cuntaining Oiu acres.
Dated llth March, 1007.
wed meh 13 A'McPAaDDKN.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 00 days afterdate I
intend tu apply lo lue Honorable, the chief {Commissioner of Lands am! Works for permission to
purchase llie following described lands, situated
in the Fish Uivor valley aud more particularly described as follows:
lieginningat a post one-half mile north-east of
Angus McKay's pre-emption, marked ' O, S.'s S. E.
eoruer post," thence su chains east, 80 chains
north, 80 chains west, SO ehains south to pointof
commencement, containing 040 acres.
Dated January loth, 1007.
6. SUMNEK,
wetl feb 13        Per Qeorge (loldsmith, Agent.
LAND NOTICK.
Notice ia hereby given that till days after date I
intend to apply in the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works f.ir permission to purchase the
following described lands in-Went kootenay districl:
Cummencing at apost planted at the south-west
comer of Lot 2453, on the east shore of Upper
Arrow Lakes, thencu south S'l chains, thence east
40 chains, tlience north 80 ehains, thence west 10
chaini to the point of commencement. Containing
320 acres inure or loss.
Dated March llth, 1007.
wed meh 13 L. RAE.
NOTIGE
Notice la hereby given that 30 days after date I
Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner nf
Lamia nml Wurks for a special licence tocut ami
carryaway timber from the following descrilied
lands, situate in West Kooteuay district:
1. Commencing at n post planlcd aboul
seven miles up Hig Mouth Creek and one-half
mile north marked, "A Mcltae's N. W. corner
post," thencu cast 80 chains, theuce south Sn
ohains, thenco west 80 chaius, thence north SO
chains to point of commencement.
2. Commencing at a po-d planled about
seven miles up Dig Mouth Creek and one half
mile north and marked "A. Mcltae's S.W, cor
ner post," tlience north 10 chains, east Iio
clmins, south 10 ohains, west 120 chuius lo point
of commencement.
8, Commencing nl a post planted aboul
eight miles up Dig Mouth Croek and one-half
mile north, and marked "A. McRae's N.W.
corner posl," thencu casi 80 chains, souths-1,
chains, west 80clmins, noith 80 ehains to point
of com nieiicemeiit,
4 Commencing al a post planted abmit ten
miles up Dig Muuth Creek and oue-lmlf mile
north, and marked "A. Mcltae's N.W, corner.
|H)fi<v thenee east SO chains, siulhSO chain-'
west :0 chains, norlh 8(1 chains lo pointof
comniencemont
.'>. Commencing at a post planted about ton
iniles up Dig M.nilli Creek mid one-half mile
north) and marked "A. Mcltae's S. w, comer
post, llionce Sn ehnins north. Ni chain« ea-t. ni
chains south, SO (liatua wc-t to point of com*
'imoemont.
it. (.'ommenclng nl a post vlautcd aboul
iM-voii miles up Hig Moulh Creek and one-half
mli.i nurth, and marked "A, Mcltae's N.W,
cornel* pu l" Ibunue soulb an chuius, ea*)tS0
chains, north So chains, west 80 chains tojioint
of commencement,
7. Coinineneilig at a post plauted about
eleven miles up Dig Mouth ('reck and one-half
mile north, and marked "A. Mcltae's S. W.
corner post." thence north S'l chains, east 80
chains, south 80 chains, west SO chains to point
of comniencemont.
8, Commeueiug nt a pot planled about
twelve miles up lllg Mouth Creek and one-half
mile north, and marked "A. McRae's N.W.
corner posl," Ihence -outh 80 chains, cast 80
chains, north so chains, west 80 ehnins to point
of commencement.
0, Commencing at a post planleil about
twelve miles up Big Mould Creek and one-half
mile norlh, and murked "A. Mcltae's B. W.
corner |kwL" thenco north 80 chains, east !*0
chains, •outh Si) chains, west s'l chains to point
of commencement.
Daled March ,'n h, 1007,
wed inch I.i A. Melt A K.
NOTICE
Sixty days after date I intend to applv tu the
Honorable the Chief fjomuteitonei uf Lands mul
Works fnr permission to purchase the fnlluvring
(li-ii-iiln-'i lands, situated nn Cpper Arrow Lake,
nml more particularly described as follows!
lieginningat the south-west corner "f Lo nss,
at a post marked "CIL, N.W.C.P.," thenceM
clialni nasi, theuce It) chains moth, thenee SU
clmins east, ihence 10 chains sonMi, thunce 10
chains vest, thence '■■<> chaius north to pnlnl of
Ciiinmeucemeiit, cuiiiaining U- acres inure ur !«-**.
Dated Kubnmry Stti, 1007,
0, lil'LLARI),
wml fob 13 Per U. Sumner, Agent.
LAND NOTICE
NOTICK la hereby given that 60 days after dale
I Intend to apply tu the Hon. Chief Com
missioner of Lands ami Works for peitnlsslun to
purchaso the following described lands In the
Went Knot-may District, Ualeiia Bay, ea-*l ildl uf
Upper Armw Lake;
Commencing at a post planted at P. Mnher
south-east corner aud marked "Brace A Ltwiott'i
south-east corner post," thenee mnith 40 chain--,
thence went 40 chains, Ihence nortb 20 chains,
thnnco east iiu ehnins,  thence north N chaini,
theuce east to cliains to puint of commencement!
ami containing i-*u acre* more or !•■-..
Dated (lalonn Hay, this 27th February, 11*07.
Mifflwud HHL'CK A. LAWSON,
NOTIGE
EOTICE is heroby given that thirty day;
after dntu I intoml toapply to the Chief
nmissloner of Lands aud Woru for Ip-Mlal
license to cut and carry awny timber from tho
following described lauds situnto iu Wo-t
Kootenny district;
Cummencing at a post planted nn the test shore
of Upper Armw Lake, fournllM imrtii *<-t "f
Naknsp, B.C., marked "11. A,'i N. K.corner,"
thence wesl lii chain*, thence loulfa 16" chain*,
theuce east Iti chaini more or lens to the lake
shore, theuce northerly i'l" chains following the
lake snore In point uf commeneement.
Dated the ftd day of April, 1007.
sat ap ii
It ANTHONY,
11 .V'l-mi, Agent.
Notice ii hereby given lhat-fli day- afterdate
[intend to apply to the Hun the chief Com
missioner nf Lands aud Work- fnr special
licenses to cut and curry awiy limber from lhe
following described loud- sltmiedonMcDonald
Creek.   I'pper Arrow  Lake.  West   Kooiei.ny
dislrict:
1. Commencing at a post marked "W. It.
Hold's south-west corner post," situatod nem a
Beaver meadow, about (7) seven miles from the
mouth uf McDonald Creek tiience nurth >0 chains,
thence east B0 chains.thence south Sucha-in-i
them •- west 80 ohains to puint of cummencement.
2. Cummencing at a post planted at the southwest corner uf Nu. 1, marked"W, It. Keid's north-
West corner post," thence south su chains, thence
east SO chains, thonce north SO chains, ihence west
BO chain-* to puint of cummencement
8, Cummencing at a pust planted at the northeast corner of No. i, marked "W. H. field's
north-west comer posi," thence smith go chains,
thence eaBt i'i chains, thence nurth SU chaius,
thence west so onafns to point of cummencement.
Dated March 25th, IM.
satapO W, R. REID.
NOTIGE
Notice Is hereby given that 80 days after date
I intend to apply to the Chief tiemmteiloner of
Lands and Works for a special license tocut
and carry away timber from the following
described lands In West Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted 10 chains south
nf a small creek emptying Into Mosquito Creek
near the north-weat corner of K. £ S. Block No,
S7u, marked "W, R. Keid's south-west corner
post," theoce north 80 chains, thenco west HO
chains, thence south B0 chains, thence east 60
cliains to point of commencement,
Datod March 22nd, 1907.
sat ap C W. R. REID.
NOTICE
Notloe is hereby given that 80 days after date I
intoml tu apply tu the Hun. the Chief Coramis-
simier of Laml- ai; I Works for permission to purchase the following ilt--uribcil lands In West
Kootonay district:
Commencing at a pust plan:e-l on the west shore
<>f Cpper Arrnw Lake «n the north side uf the
Lime kiln post, marked "T. H, McKim's B. B.
cunier," running west 10 chains, north lOchains,
east 40 chains, tnulh 40 chains to point of commencemeni.
Dated March 8Kb, 1W)7.
sat ape T. H. McKIM.
NOTIGE
Notice is hereby given that 60 days after date 1
intond to apply tu the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works fur permission to purchase the followine descrilied lands In West
Knoteuay district:
Commencing at a post planted at the imrth-west
enrner of the Lime Kiln Lot, running west 40
chains, Ihence suulh (u chains, tbeuce east tO
chaina, thence north 4'J chains to place of coa-
mencument.
Dated March 29th, 1907.
sat ap 6        THOMAS SKINNER SCOTT.
NOTIGE
Notice i< hereby given that 00 days after date
I intend to make application to the Hon. Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Work* for permission to purchase the following described lands
situated in West Kootenay district, on the wesl
shore of Cpper Arrow Luke opposite Nakusp,
B.C
Commencingal a postmarked "H. Nelson's
north east corner," thence west 10 chaini,
Ihence south ni chains.thence east 40 chains
more or less to lake shore, thence north 80
chain* following lake shore to point of commencemeni, containing 820 acres more or less.
Dated this 2nd day of April, 1907.
sat up 8 HARDING NELSON.
NOTICE
Notice is heroby given that 00 days after date
1 intend lo mttko application to thc Hon. Chief
Com missioner of Lands nnd Works fur permission lo purchase lhe following described lands
iltuated In West Kootenny district:
Commencing al a posi planted on the wost
shore of Cpper Arrow Lake opposite Nakusp,
H. C, and marked "F. Wilson's south-east
comer," Ihence west 40 chains, thence north 40
chains, thence east 10 chainB more or less to
lake shore, thence souih 10 chains following
lake shore to point of commencement
Dau-d this 2nd day ot April, 1007.
FRANK WILSON,
sat ap 0 Harding Nelson, Agent,
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 9.' days after dato
I inteud lo apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a special licenso to cut
and cat ry away timber from the following described lands situate in West Kootonay district:
1. Commencing at a post planted 1 j miles
north of the north-east corner of T, L, 0035, and
marked "A. M. Symons' S. K. corner post,"
thence west 160 chains, Ihence north 40 chains,
thence east 161 chains, thence south 40 chalna
to point of commencement.
2. Commencingat a post planted40chaina
south and 15 chains more or Ion east of tho
southeast corner of No. 1, and marked " A. M.
Symons'tS. K. corner,' thence weit lOOchains,
thence north 10 chains, thence east 180 chains,
thence south 10 chains to place of commencement.
3. Commencing at a po-l planted nt the
south-ca*t corner of No 2, and marked "A. M.
Symons' N. K. corner," thence wesl 100 chain.*,
Iheuce south lOchains, thonee east 100chains,
Ihenee north lOchains to pointof commencemeni.
Datod April 3rd, 19o7.
sniapti A. M. SYMONS.
NOTICE
Notice i> horebj glveu that ;so days afterdate
I inlend io apply to tho Chief Com missioner ol
Lands and Works lor a ipeclal license to cut
•ni-: carry away timber from the lollowlng
described lands ID the Kootenay district:
.'7. Coinmeneing al n post plauted about
lour miles up tbe nurth-east fork ol '.iold
Croek. marked "Alex, Veillette's souihwest
corner," ihenco eaat »0 chains, thenee nurth
SO ebains, thence wosl Ml chains, thenee south
su chains tu point of commencement
JS. Commencing at a ]■>-{ planted alwut
four miles up the north-cast fork of Qold
Croek, marked "Alex. Veillette'l south-east
comet." ihence west no chains, Ihence norlh 80
chains, thenee easl m cbalni, tnence suuth DO
cnains to pulut ol commoneoinent,
29. Commencing at a [Hist plauied about oue
ami one-quarter miles up Uold Creek from tbe
muuth ol iho north-east lurk, at the south-east
mmer of I^n-ation No, 4 and inarked 'Alex.
Veillette'l north-east corner," theuoe south 80
chaini, thenee west SO chain*., thence imrth 80
chaiua, thence east Su chaius tu pointof com-
in eu cement.
-ji. Commencing at a poat planted about ono
and one-i-narter miles up Uold Creek fiom the
mouth of the north-eait fork,at thesouth-wcat
cornerof Location No. 5, and marked "Alex.
Veillette's north-west corn-jr," ihence soulh
lu clmins. theuce easl 100 chaius, tbeuce nortb
10 chaius, ihence west Wi chain- iu point of
commencement.
31. Commencing at apoRt planted about BM
miles up lhe nortb lork of Uuld Creek at tho
north-wesl corner of Location No. 25, and
marked "Alex. Veilleite's north-east corner,"
tlience we*l 40 cbllDI, thence aouth 160 cbaina,
theuco east lu chains, thenoe north l-** chains
to point ul cominoucoinent,
82. Commencing al a pout planted aboul '>' t
miles n|> the north furk of Uold Crock atthe
south-west eurner of location No. 26, and
uiarked 'Alex. Veillette's south-east corner,"
Ihouco west 40 chains, thenee north IM chains,
thouro cast 10 chains, thonee south 100 chaius
to puint of commencement.
,*M. Cumiiieiiciiin at a post planted about Ci
mile« ii), the north forkot Uold creek and
uiarked "Alex VellleUt'a south-east enrner,"
tbenee well SO chaini, thenee nortb SO chaini,
theuco east so chalna, thence souih snchalui
to [-Jttn "I commencemeni.
Dated 1907.
sat apt', ALEX. VEILLETI'E,
NOTICE
sixty days aftor date 1 Intend to apply to thu
Honorable the Chief Commissioner ut Landi
aud Wurka lor permission lo purchase thu following described landi, situated about three-
quarter* of a mile up Musi-ulto Creek, Upper
Arrow Lake on the easl side, Joining 'K, A 6,
Block No, 870 on the south-coal corner running
nortb so chaius, thencu eott-Ki chains, noutbBU
eboina, weit )■■ ehalus lo jiolnt of commencement,
Dated March Knd.lW.
talopii THOMAS FOX DKUKNT,
LAND NOTICE.
Nollee in liereliy given that (KI days aftor date I
Intend tnjppl) lu ti..- chief Coiumiiislunei of
Lin l» and Wutki fur permission tn purchase Ihe
following dewrflied lamln In Weil Kuuteiiay district:
Commencing at a pusl planted at the south-wesl
enrner ol L"l ilii!. almut H mile, nmre ur .on,
fmm ensl nhure of Upper Armw Uke,thence
noith SO chain*, weit in ohalm, suuth 80 chains,
eiist 10 chains In pnlnt uf com*n«nceinenl, Com
taming :i-AUorc« mon ui less.
Datod 12lh March, 1U07.
weil inch it E. H. MORRIS.
LAND NiUICl;
vrOTICK ii hereb) glum thai 00 daya after dale
}X I inlend to Hpjiljr to lhu Hon, rhv Chief
Commlnloner of Lands ami Works fur perralaMnn
tu pur-chit.**'- lhe follow ing ileserllieil lands In Went
M.M-tetiaj Dislrict:
Commencing at a poit planted about two milos
nil of Lot 7016 nn slmre of N. E. Arm of Arrow
Lake, Ihenco south tin ehains, east HO chains, north
80chaini, wait80 ehalm to pointol commencement.
Dated March llth, l»T,
wed tuvh 18 \, MUHUI*), n
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Local and General.
A meeting ol the Lord's Day Alliance
association was held last nigbt in the
Ciiy Hall.
A special meeting of the Ladies'
Hospital Guild will be held tomorrow
afternoou'at 4 o'clock in the city hall.
The steamer Minto lias arrived at
Nakuip, having successfully broken a
channel through to Edgewood. The
route to Deer l'urk is now open.
The James Robertson's Hardware
company's warehouse, Winnipeg, hn;
been totally destroyed by tire, damage
being estimated at over if70,Ul)l).
Col. Holmes, D. 0, C„ district No.
11, Victoria, has approved ol (lie new
rifle range at Nelson and has reported
the same favorably at Ottawa.
Owing to sickness in the Jolly American Tramp Co., the production of
the play was cancelled here on Monday last, the company having now
disbanded.
Work is progressing rapidly with
the new six-stall addition to the round
house in the C P. R. yard, and an
addiiioual quadruple track will shortly
be laid.
Duncan Woods has sold the Wood-
lands townsite on Okanagan Luke to
a Winnipeg company who will build a
first-class hotel about three miles
from J-ummerland.
Remember the afternoon tea and
sale ol home-made candies, at the
hurne ol Mrs. McColl. Fourth St.,
Thursday afternoon, by the Ladies
Aid of the Methodist church.
The challenge cup which the Kevelstoke lacrooe team won (rom the
\... :. team in that city last Septem-
i -r,;...- just ■ -■ -. ree ivi y I1 G.
.. . ie,   Better Iat. thai
Ii. J. Maedonald, D mini n b imc-
Btead inspector In n   Kami, ipl, ii in
• ,   m-.v in c nne ti. n with I- i	
.   tmenul b uineu,   He ii a   om-
j .:.:■•.'. i-i . u s il li im Ott i ■
j Hobson &
Grocers, Bakers & Confectioners
A cuiillict is in sight between the
Dominion and Provincial authorities
over the fisheries question, the provincial government having determined to
claim control ol tlie fisheries on the
l'ficilic coast.
The partnership between J. A.
Morgan and A. Parsons, in the barber
business on First. Btreet, bus been dissolved. .1. A. .Morgan will continue
the business, Parsons having gone to
the coast,
Two citizens, or rather inhabitants
of Revelstoke, were arrested yesterday
lor indecent behavior, the charges
against lieing ol a serious and revolting nature. They will receive their
medicine on Friday.
The ladies auxiliary to the hospital
and the independent hnnd are amalgamating in giving a shirt waist
dance in the opera house some time
next week. The date has not yet been
set but will be announced in our next
issue.
This spring should see Revelsloke
very busy in the building line and if
all reports be true, many new structures will be erected. There has been
considerable activity ot late in city
real estate, some good sales being
recorded.
Gold Hange Lodge. No, 20. Knights
of Pythias, are holding session tonight for special initiation work. A
large number of members Irom
Arrowhead lodge are coming op to
attend anil the convention should be
au imp...taut one.
Mr Rottenburgb, an American
tobacco expert, representing an
American syndicate lias purchased
$110,000 worth of land near Kelowna,
for tobacco raising purposes, being
convinced of the suitability of that
district for successful culture of
tobacco.
Miss Creighton wishes for a lull
attendance ol the members at the
practise of Jephthu! Daughter in the
Opera House on Thursday evening,
those not yet having their eoitutnei
in reiulineas, please consult with Mrs.
lli-ivs as all such work must lie finished
this week.
"
IF YOU WANT
To Buy a House.
To Rent a House.
To Buy Nice Building Lots
close in.
To Buy
Lunils.'
Splend
mut
COME AND SEE
Kincaid & Anderson
WE HAVE SOME BARGAINS IN COAST
PROPERTIES
MONEY   TO  LOAN
Kincaid (Hid
Real Estate and Insurance Agts.
The Ladies Hospital Guild have
inaili: arrangements for furnishing tlie
.lining room and Bitting room at the
hospital. The movement is one which
will l.e ol much interest to the people
of Revelstoke, as the hospital is one
ol whicli the citizens can be juslly
proud, and tbe Ladies Guild, who have
been most energetic in helping and
aiding the work, deserve much credit.
The furniture whicli will be supplied
is handsome, yet plain and will be a
welcome addition to the hospital.
While being taken to the VV'istmin-
ster penitentary by Police Olllcer F.
Terry. J, Bennet, recently convicted
of burglary here, timke custody l.y
leaping through the car window while
the train was travelling at a speed ol
thiny miles an huiir, near Shuswap
On arrival at Ducks, Terry wired hack
for some Indians to hunt the prisoner
up. Bennet was eventually captured,
he having got rid of hil handcuffs
meanwhile, anil was taken to Kara
loops where ho will be charged with
breakina oustody.
Social and Personal
Business Locals
1 otliin,; better than our "Speoial
New colors in Crepe Tissue at Canada Drug Store.
Naval Oranges from -Klc. to 75e. per
dozen at O. 11. Hume & Co's.
Patronize Home Industry. Smoke
Rovelstoke Cigars.
Sponges, all sizes, prices and Bliapcs,
sold ut the Canada Drug & Rook Co's.
Ripe Tomatoes, Lettuce, Bananas,
and Eating Apples at C. B. Htinic&
Go's.
Prescriptions are carefully rilled at
the Canadu Drug Store, witii the best
ol drugs.
Wall papers, window shades, ourtain
poles and fixtures, at C. B. Hume &
Company's,
Revelstoke Cigars-Union Made-Our
Speoial, The Union, and Marca Vuelta
aro ahead of all others.
Rum Lai's Tea in {lb., lib., 31b.,
and 51b. packages, Iresh in at C. B.
Hume & Co's.
Oold Cream and Almond Cream tor
cl... oped bunds and lips, sold atthe
('ui!...I.. Drug Store,
Just received, a new lot ot carpets,
squares and piece goods ol choice
colors ami designs—C, B. Hume & Co.
My cual iB anxious to burn. You
won't have tn urge it. Full supplies
now on hand for immediate dolivery
Tlie lust, domestic co I in the oil) —
E. A..Haggen, Agent foi Crow's Nest
Puss 0..ul Company.
I have the sale of more fruit and
farm lands (bun an"' other real estute
agent in the city. Thut is simply because I have the reputation of being
the most successful real estute agent.
And the reason 1 am the ino-t sue
cossful is because 1 treat every one on
tlie Gulden Rule basis.—E. A. Haggen, Rial Estate and Insurance Agent.
Y. M. C. A*. SPORTS
UA8KETHAI.L
The Corley team will play the City
tijui.i mi Fridyy night. This promises
t: be a closely contested gnme. Ad-
nrssinn will be charged to the gallery.
Lust night a decidedly novel basket
ball match was witnessed by many
spectators, between the Bean EuterB
(Corley bouse) and the Sawdust Kids
(Bowman Lumber Co.) The rules ol
the gume had been reversed and no
handling was allowed. The opposing
teams were armed with every conceivable weapon that they could lay their
hands on, anything from a snowshoe
to an iron pail. The play was laughable in the extreme, tbe antics of the
boys being really tunny, and no end
oi merriment was evoked. Later on
in tbe evening tlie two teams got
down to genuine business and alter a
good exciting match, the Corley house
came out winners by three points, the
scores being 33 to 30.
Since these evening amusements
have been instituted, the Y.M.C.A.
..is been the favorite rendezvous lor
.Id and young, and no better pluce can
ie found than in tne parlors, bowling
alley and gymnasium fur recreation ol
11 kind. The ideu of charging admission to the gallery on match nights
is a guud one,
New Rain Coats
Just in for the wet weather, all lhe new shades in
reliable material, cut in the latest style and trimmed in
the newest way. These raincoats are not only waterproofs, but dressy coats for street wear, und we cun show
you style and value that cannot he beaten.
I^ir,iMli-a„p.M.MBi
Spring Waists
In the neatest and prettiest designs you hnve yet
seen. We did not cany our Lawn Waists over lust
seiison, so everyone we show is the season's designs.
Ail-Over Lace and Not Waists, Japan Silk Waists
in open embroidery, und all-over embroidery, Lawn
Waists in Peter Puns, luce trimmed and embroidery
trimmed. We liave them with long sleeves, imlf sleeves
and three-quarter sleeves, some wilh round or square
Dutch neck.
New Laces and Embroideries
These are hard to get this year, but by buying early last year wc have been able
to have our orders filled complete. This has always been the " Lace Store " of the town and
the stock is better than ever. Dainty Collars and Nottingham Vals, in edgings and insertions
to match, Torchons, Baby Irish, Chantilly, etc., in Black, Cream and White, All-Over Laces,
at all prices ftom 25c. per yard.
Embroidery, Edgings, Insertions and All-Overs in Matched Sets, Corset Cover
Embroideries, Flowerings, etc.   All exclusive patterns.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^mji^^^^^^^^^^m_j^jiji^ju^KuMuiMMW^^K^*^ws*>^''tK^^^*t» < p»iiiiii»i»«ini>HiiHB^a^**n*l^iiiiiiii>i*-»a*—
MCLENNAN'S
*1*
E. C. Fn.n.ey left for the coast 01
Sal unlay.
Mr. and Mn. E. H. Lewii .   - -
ior a visit to the
i. McPhailand Miss McPl.ail lelt
for the .'. fi-"    1 - .--inlay.
Mrs. 1. Ludgate came op ir.iin Ar-
; whi ... - -*■.;;.'. a le* dayi.
Mr. an.l  Mn.  J.  G,    Maedonald
arrived ill the city  on  Sunday from
vv. Farrell hai returned to rei une
thi   Hotel  Revel    ■
The rotary snow plow, while getting
away for the east yesterday, came   1 -   -   - -*
contact with the depot platforn   tab alteramoi
ing the edge off for many yards   ind r. B. B                 roi the Arrow-
■ . nti ring tb      d up in B .„ ,      am              lm| erial Bank,
«ed that the tiaok hai sunk ,p,     , -. .   ,          cd thli week,
and now leant towards tin'  platform, ._.   	
causing the rotary to don .r-rcDunni-i tca Dnniuc
■ oniuown, AFTERNOON TEA ROOMS
Father Cn is placed
TENDERS WANTED
Tenders are Invited for the const met iunofn
basement nnd other Improvements lo tho rest-
let eol the undersigned.
Tender* must lie in by noon on Saturday,
April 13th next.
PI,!.- ind specifications may be seen at the
.iiii.*.-of Kincaid*& Anderson.
Address all tenders to
Alex. McRae.
ADDITIONAL
LI' KN' B   TO   AN   EXTRA-PRO VINCI
COMPANY.
i*-r ■ ' Excellent Movement hy Revel-
stoke Ladies.
K
Li
ara
men
Fine  Writin
and Env
ones
EATON
HURLBUT
MAM FACTURE
This  line line   in
.-, eival Ic shapes -
\    .. vemenl  whio
.-.d, and
loll  no
I    .
Pytbiai, on the I
..;, rjhu ill devoul
Catholics to obey the t.
jhurch and li
tonly a short 1 Ince the Engli ■ md
1 itn were denounced Irom the Ro 1 an be«-if...    -   -    ed
Catholic pul| -   -
1 -    ■ ■- v a tact and will materi-
now tbat tbe in • has nearly all ilii   : ,p,     . , now, Tin
,..■.. -I..I   : 'I 1. f ..  genci .1  ipi ui".* , ,,   , .        ,
,-■'„„■..   rl city ba? anything bul ™\m\* jottogeth.
, clean and tidy aspect and .1 general cu -..-■  thi   proa   ind eona
olfort ih- uld lie made to remove the
rubblali and garbage that haacolleoted
during the winter,  and  which   now
I euenta a moat uniigbtly appearance
all over tho town,
I Ki'.TIF\ lhat tho "British
Mm ted which ontholtth
.--   |90fl    .      luthorl led and
■ thin tho Pro-
-a , 1.'. 1 .    "■-■',v mthorlied
.   .        1 .rry oat or off-set all or anyol
.. ijeetl   of   the  I iimi-iiny   in
■ 1   boi t) if tne Legisla-
olnrabin Mtenda
1   . .  ,• the eon pan -      iltuate nl
::■-.* Ld the Pro   ']<"<.f Cjuebee,
F lho capital of ihe 1 ompnnj i ■
il ■.■;-,'ii oftwn hundredi -
,-■■-. .i.-.-nt'i .ini-
lo tl ree thoi I b ires of nno
■ i",.-1.
;* ..   ,.       i|. I. (>f the 1
i*        , ■-.- -.* 1
-. .,* Hi ■ *    Man   ■   *
,, fa md  ind Bo 11 of Offltji
1 ..*,.*■
. ..I jinn ... •.< - tboaund nine
I  WOOTTON
-    ,
he (on
: ,..,        . : .      ■
1      :   * 1
■ . .     .        .
,
. i.-"i-i I*     ' ■
■ ■    *
WEDDING  RINGS
J. GUY BARBER'S
Marriage Licenses Issued
J.GUY BARBER
C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR
NOTIGE
HEALED TENDERS will he received up to
ij May(1th. ii p.m., fortho purchafio off tho
business nnd plant of tho Revelstoke Steam
Laundry Company. Business averages botween
$500 nml $000 monthly. Plant comprises all 111a-
fliinery. horse and waffoil, etc , and o le-iialf of
building now owned by the Rovelstoko Steam
Laundry Co Tbe highest tendor not necessarily accepted.
Address all lenders to
P. Y. CRICK,
Sec-Train. Kevelstoke Stenm Laundry Co.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
The City Council invites applications for the position ol Medical
Health Officer for the City. Applications to reach the undersigned by
noon on Friday, April 12th, 10(17.
Apl. B, '07. H. FLOYD,
2 t City Clerk.
GOOD BUYS
Dwelling and Lot, Second Street    .... $2,000'
Dwelling and Lot, (Second Street  L7U0
Dwelling and Lots, Third Street  -LSKI
Lots nti Second St., east of McKenzie Ave., each  . .     2.'.i)
Lots on Third St., east of McKonssle Ave., each  .   . .mm
Lotaon Foiil'lh St., eust of McKen/.ii'Ave., eueh    . .      175
Lots on Fifth St., ensl of McKen/.ie Ave, eucb   .    . .   160
1-2 und ii-uci-e Blocks suitable for fruit,
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS
TIRED  EYES
Sensations exist Inr our guidance.
They are nature's warnings, Overworked eyes d. mu ml rest, Eyisilnit
lire easily call tor help. Properly
adjusted glnssil ull'-.rd the only assistance possible. We make a specialty
of relieving tired eye-, and giiiiraiit.ee
Biiti.-laction.
HASTINGS, DOYLE AND ALLUM
Limited,
JEWELLERS AND OPTICIANS
Next Imperial Hank.
WAN TED
I il'ILDEIt will i'sliini.li< fm- small
I) house promptly, uml provide
plans,   Applv this ..lii.-...
MOH SALE -Iloniii .....I   Loi $1861)'
V I...I .id fi.Mi. House (Ivornnms.
Pari . ash, I. ub in .Tin suit. Applv ihis
..Hii-.-.
I  HASH  nl*
I j   limned!!
I-., -ni.- cheap
Ipply Siiiiiai.i
Al MINE   Simp    Miiehiiieiy for
-il.- il p, in- plant If .l.-.i|....l,
Ipply I-..I. Ti'ii-vkii, IVii*i., Si.sk,
Furnished    It.......ing
'i.nii-',) with Furniture,
paving Investment.—
ll Fimi.n.
M
-,-pp
0s
N SALE  Gentleman's Fm  Coat,
'oil length, f-m-i-ll.-iii innii I.i^.i,
Dividing  i..us......I.I...    Apply al. this
„l!!,..
> I. A I
N .....I On...in....lal I'l.isl...-ing.
Audi, i.i stone nf .my d..*iu'o lin-
building pm poses,   Dement un.l
W, BEWS.
Phm, B.
Druggist and Stationer,
Mail orden promptly attended
sche , have decid. te ....
afternoon i.-a n on -.   n e ai     * ai plant snd
... .,  ,        ....   i . . . -
liberty to disclose eitb.   *      - .";. ...
ort .romoters juit yet but we cap
The lait two regular thlj I    alely lay that the roi  -                                               ntt worfc ulf"\^^^J
ing. of thi   board ol Trade 1 -   Ue public on Saturday, April 201 --     ;"„_,'^^J. I'T    '' l
regret to lay, (alien through owing to Suitable  premiios have been leeurod 	
thero not being luflicient memben I nd th0   M|ie, will open up for bu«l !&" VtTANTRD AT ON0B-A .tc.ly
nterested enough tn lorm a quorum,                  ,„.,,.„    ,-,      ,  ,,„iu nwn             .■---..-..                 ,   yy    niun to ilrlve delivery wugnn-
riil  lieerti.il    » li table state ol "" ""   -""^ " """* "1 ' . . * ;;.   tpplyfi m Br.,«.
,-f  lti.vr.lsi - us men The scheme should take well, ai alter   ,    . -,  ,;„„„, „ „„,,
...i,.„„.-, .- u.,. -.•......-. , i. rn     m tea, ovor which Inendi oan meel ,, .           ,,. .,.,i,..if.                         noi.ND   Wiitchi owner can   havu
njav-fiia .I.™..: tir"K-u-:'U[-",}-
Ilea ml f- I i   P ' lho   mi      '',,',",' ,, ,," '
.     . .,   Il(|,l„. in   till   '-" -   i-,f""f.l    III   -.I   UOhM.ll .V  ll'-ll*.
... . .-I rrynr wnrk ...rl. min
gossip, i- moit ileligl.tlul, uud above
. jt in (hi- direction, whioh -l
iln- moil Importanl olany In theoity  ...
Kamloops | pie are very greatlj '"elad.es«» w^mog hI,.,„i.I pr.,v.-
exrted over th alleged dumping of a great attraction to al and we heart-
I ,i,-„,i .-..ui.-',,. the »> ""I'l""1* tho moveinoiit. us one
. T. I'.Sniiih.
a hundred head ol dead cattle or
ice nl the Tliompsiiii   Itivnr ..Imve ll.,-
town, II what is claimed li true the
action ii nothing short, ol criminal,
lor those carcases are sure to <-<>nl n in -
Inaie the wiiion of iiii! rivor whioh is
used Im Linking purposes,   'Hi un
wlioe.iiild bo guilty (il such un action
shuuld be severely dealt with,
which sl.-...l.l lucceod. Ten rooms
hive l.eeii long needed In Revelitoke
and il the premises and appointment!
are daintily laid, the resort should
i.i.-.iin.- finiiii.nai.il- ou Saturday alter-
......us.   VV .il. the addition ol an or
i-liifsli.i tlm sclicino would bu doubly
pi.pul.ir.
nr minor.,   tin Inndsao  iiilriil, "r .... I I,
,lr.,i,.lni..|,h,.nl ilinl mi wlm li  .iiini.lM |, I
.in.I dovllnp tho limi nnd tonao ilonl In,   ill,
Imrlf-r. Bli'h MiL.n.ir'li. f II."    ll I    mil
nmi tlm |iii..I-i'-Im iiii'I l.v |ir..fln-'t- lliiin-iif for
.In-iiniinlil...(U miiinmy.
i.'li   T.t.h.i .Iri.'-l, dwii, ...ill.... .....I iniiiiilnni
.,,, I.,,- lumi   -.1   lllO  r..iii|iniiy    in I.  • lo. I ri. I,I
tr mr nillwiiys of other ml locnniilliin
I.,i liio puri , ..I ..■iiii.|.'..-fiiii.. .n.-li timlior,
mlnor.il. ... othor products WrifM Imm tho
un.l Iim,I. ..(Ilinl* I y 'iml   wlil.-li ...ny Iii"
uoro,-..rv i.r ii.illlll lur llm piirpi'-ii-f iid-iirryniK
mil.ii.ilinr.i.i.piiiir'. lauds tho ohjootl ..I the
tomiwuy. widaplO
w
ANTED
im.ml..
I.lix.
VV.iill-.'sn,
Apply    to
$1)0 per
liueen'i
mANTED
VY    home
Everyone   Inn ing n
I.,   sell ...   .eul lllllll It
willi me. I..... II.mib..I wiih enquiries
for lt..ii*f.. properties. Phone, call, or
drop me a curd will. f..11 deicitptlnn
.i.ul piiirhnsi. price, or rent required.—
E. A. Haggen, Real Estate and tniut-
iiiicc Agent. Ilevelstoke, B. C.
-. .-t*. i'f. .1*. i't, i't. .j*. .i*. ,^» ,j., ,j., i'f. .-I1, .j*. .it. .i*. .j*. ."I*. .I'i .ft-, .j*. .i*. .-Ir. .-t*. .'X. ,-
?'+ '4.' 'H.114/ w'+' w '4.1 '4,' W '4.1 '4,( '4.' '4.1 '4.''+''+' *SP 'X1 '4.' '4.' w w 'l|J *.
WATCH OUR SMOKE!
The King of all Cigars, for the 4
first time presented to you in
Revelstoke, is the KING EDWARD
7TH, Leader of Domestic Cigars
in Canada.
I KVftSTOKt M STORE
WATCH OUR SMOKE
i»|*<InHiiIii!iiH"In|ii|ii|4'|n|Hlii|ii|itIiitii$ii|ii|n3^
1
LAKE SHUSWAP
FOR HIRE—A comfortable, fast, 4 h.p, Gasoline
Launch, which will seat eight comfortably, and will
accommodate the tents mid outfit of a,party of
three, for an extended hunting or fishing trip, Lake
Shuswap has unrivalled fishing, and from lhe shores
of its far reaching arms start many trails into some
of the finest big game country in 1*3. C.
TO LET - A four-room furnished Cottage, on the
shore of Lake Shuswap,     I'or particulars address,
L, T.   MOU1IIS,   NOTCH   IIII.I,
THE  CANTATA
JEPTHA'S   DAUGHTER
WITH CHORES OF FIFTY VOICES
All'in Eastern Costume, will be produced in tlio
OPERA  HOUSE,   FRIDAY, APRIL 19TH,  1907.
Geneial Admiiiion,—50c. Reserved Beats,—70c

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