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VoL 13,-No 61
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST 7 1907
$2.50 Pur Year
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C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
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Crosse S Blackwell's Jellies
Jams and Condiments
FINEST ENGLISH JAMS
All Fruits, Raspberry, Stt'iiwhcn-y, Peach, Plum, Apri*
enl, etc, Crosse A Blaokivell's linest—the name is a guarantee ol quality.   Put up in 4 lb. tins. 65 Cents
B^ST ENGLISH MARMALADE
Made of Finest Seville Oranges, Crosse A Blackwell's
Roods. Purity is assured. These people turn out. the
finest tn he had.   Put up in 7 lb. tins at One Dollar
MALT VINEGAR
0. A B. Best Malt Vinegar. This is something you
should look for purity in. Put up in quart buttles to sell
at " 35 Cente
PURE LOCCA OIL
Oi- Olive Oil for Salad Dressings, etc. Perfectly pure
Italian Oil, put up by Crosse A Blnckwull in 1(1 mince
hollies. 50 Conts
MIXED PICKLES
English Sou.* Plokle.   Put up by Crnsse ft Black well.
We have a fine assortment in Glass llnl lies in linest mult
vinegar, all sizes. Finest Italian Olive-, Ileal olives, no
imitation cheap goods, lint the real thing put, up by
Clnsse A Blackwell in all size kittles.
PRESERVE JARS
We have any amount of oil kinds of Glass
Jars nnd other Preserve Jars. Crown Self
Sealing Glass J.irs:
Pint Sizes at per dozen  $1.15
Qigi it Sizes at per dozen $1.40
Half Gallon Size at per dozen $1.75
CB. Hume&Co, Ltd,
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE       J
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I CARPENTERS' TOOLS
I BUILDERS' HARDWARE
Sawmill Supplier, Belting, etc. Stanley's and Starrett's
Mechanics' Tools. Simonds' and Shurly and Dietrich "fligh
tirade Saws.   Garden Tools in gieat variely.
REFRIGERATOKS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
Paints and Oils, Kalsomine, etc.
Plumbing, Tinsmithing and Electrical Departments in
connection.
Estimates given.   Job Work Done.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
Convenient Offices lor Rent Upstairs.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Dealer, in Hardware, Stovea and Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen'!
and Sawmill Supplies, etc., Plumbing and Tinsmithing.
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GOOD BUYS
Two-Storey Dwelling, Lots 37j x 11X1, on Mackenzie Avenue,
plastered -Cash 81150, terms on balance.     PRICE   $2,450
Two-Stnray   Dwelling,  plasteicd and stone hasemont, Lots
75 x 100 on Second Street.     Cash $050 and terms on balance.
PRICE-$2,950
One-Storey Dwelling, Lot 50x100, near Cowan Block
PRICE- $850
SIBBALD  AND   FIELD
INSURANCK NOTARIKS PUBLIC LOANS
TRADE COAL FOR ICE
in the hot weather il you pleape, but don't overlook
tho Snaps in well located LOTS, FURNISHED AND
UNFURNISHED HOUSES offered bv
H.^T.COTJBiSIER
TOWNS LOST •
Defeated by New Zealander in
Exciting Contest.
BYONBT, N. S. W., Aug. (l.-Webb,
the Now Zealand Soulier, Saturday defeated Charles Towns, Australian, in
a rowing race on the 1'iiran.etta river
championship course, thereby winning
the world's sculling oliampiouihlp, a.
Charles Towns won the championship
laat April Iron, his brother George,
The stakes werc $2,500. The betting
waa two to one on Webb. Webb wen
easily by two lengths.
No man is more independent than
the farmer, lluy a small larm and
you'll be sure ol a good living and a
goad home, and many comlorts thnt
would otherwise he ...oro or lees uncertain.   E. A. Haggen,
ARROWHEAD
TO GERRARO
Superintendent Coleman on
Proposed Extension—Would
Mean Great Saving in Transportation of Freight,
Nelson,- Aug. 6.—Superintendent
C.len.an ol the Cu.sdi.in Pacilic mil-
way speaking to a representative ol
The Daily News in re'erence lu Ihe
proposed line between Arrowhead and
Geirnrd said that vice-president Mc-
Nicoll ivould likely take up the matter
with second vice-president Whyte on
Ilia return eaat. The matter would
then be gone into by the general
manager nl the western lines. Mr.
Bury, and nlso by general superintend
mt B.iBteed of ibe Pacific, divi-.ion. In
the hands of these three gentlemen
the decision linally rested.
Speaking ul lhe freight situation Mr
Coleman eaid that from scenic and
oilier reasons it wns nut all likely thnt
the company would like to ..lier its
route over the Rockies l.y Field. On
tl.e oti'.er Inii.il the grades oicr that
route were dithci.lt and na the freight
businesa was ever increasing it catnc
to bo a question bow much freight.
could he handled over the main line
Because of these grades the freight
to a large extent was now being
handled via Slucnn bike. The freight,
coming east., left the main line at
Hevelsluke and ran down to Nakusp
From N..kusp it went to Roaebery, at
the head of Slocau lake, by rail. Nuw
this piece uf railroading was also dilli
cult. Midway between the two places
waa a hill. Up this eteep grade approaching it Irom either side, the train
had to come in two sections, the locomotive, alter having taken up one
hall of tbe train, returning for the
other half. This caused delay and
was not economical in operation.
After reaching Roaebery the freight
had igain to be transhipped in bargee
down tlie lake to Slocan where it was
agi.ni . it. upon steel and taken to
Nelson or Prociu. r^e a third transshipment on barges was nece- -"v to
convey it to Kootenay landing I ,r the
remainder ol its journey east. Coming the other way exactly the same
route had to be traversed. It can
readily be Been that this method of
handling transcontinental freight ia
not economical. The proposed change
ia to complete ihe line between Arrowhead and Gerrard. Then freight
switched at Revelstoke could be sent
clear tn the head of Koiteoay lake and
one transhipment would tnke it to
Knntenay landing instead uf three
trnnsphi).n.e..is to attain the same
point.
But if this be done it follows that
the main bulk uf the freight will no
longer go through this city, which will
make immediately aome difference to
the amount of husiness here transacted. Similarity there will be a
change on Slocan lake. But, Mr.
Coleman points out that the C. P. R.
kept up a service on the lake for years
when it wns not handling the through
freight by thia route and, ol course, it
may yet keep up (he same service as
it ie doing at tbe present time.
It ie not probablo that any action
will be taken to lay steel (his season,
which is already advanced. The whole
matter haa to be taken up by Mr.
Whyte on the recommendation ol Mr.
McNicoll, and a deciaion will bc
arrived at at a later date. What tlie
decision will be depends to a large extent, eays Mr. Coleman, on tbe amount
ol freight which it is proposed to
handle via thc southern Kootenay
route.—Xclaon Daily News.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Ottawa Blaze—Rate Reduction
-All Red Project-Protracted Voyage — Graduates
to Visit Canada.
Ottawa, Aug. 7.—The grand stand
uf the Central Cnnn.li. Exhibition,
wilh a sealing capacity of thirteen
thousand, was totally destroyed by
fire this evening, together with the
s.nall. i- buildings near, uamoly, ibe
experimental farm building, the W.
C. T. U. building and tbe nrt building,
The Iosb is estimated at $110,(101), with
insurance almoit equal tu the value of
tbe. buildings,
Spokane, Aug. 7.—Local ollieials of
the Great Northern lines an..mince a
reduction in rates between this city
and St. Paul and Chicago. -The re-
duction is made because of the recent
passige of tlie tivo-cent-fare law in
various eastern Btntes. The reduction
corresponds lo nil intermediate points
it. the states which now have a two-
cent rate. Where n former rate ol $54
firstrclasa applio.1, the rate has been
reduced to $51.75. The second-class
rate of $46.50 has been reduced to
$43.75
Ottawa,-Aug. 7.—Lord Strathcona
arrived at Ottawa at noon today and
spent the alternoon with Sir Wilfrid
Laurier discussing tho All tted Line
project, Both the premier and Lord
Strathcuna are conli.lc.it that the project will be realized although there
will necessarily be considerable delay
in arranging plana and details.
Victoria, Aug. 7.—The British sailing ship Holt Hill, with a cargo ot
cement from Liverpool lor Vancouver,
and two hundred and ten days out,
posted as oveidue at Lloyd's and
quoted at 6 per cent, is reported inbound Irom Carmanah. Capt. Parker
master ol the Holt Hill, died May 24,
and was buried at sea. He wae seventy
years ol age.
Tokonto, August 7.—Prol. Clougber
of Londou University is in the city
arranging for a visit of about one
hundred undergraduates and graduates of British Uiiiveisit.'3' to Canada
from July to September next year.
They are members of the scientific
and engineering departments and
their object will be to look over the
engineering works of Canada and its
mines. L.r.l Strathcona ia the president of the committee in charge.
FINED   $29,000,000
ASSAULT AND
ROBBERY
Night Operator at Notch Hill
Assaulted by Two Siwashes
—Valuables Stolen — Rocks
Hurled with Murderous Intent
Shortly alter 2 o'clock on Sunday
morning tho night operator at Notch
Hill wus suddenly .utaoked t.y'two Si-
wusb Indians nnd nearly placed liors
deoombiit. /l'lie circumstances connected wilh lhc all'ray show that the
lwo Indians hnd entered tho depot
waiting room, nnd had asked Potter,
the night operator, to wake them up
When No. 07 cnine in, as they wished
to go un lu Shiiflwop, When 07 pulled
in the operator being busy asked lhe
brakeman tu wake the Indians who
would >bo;.k to Shuswap. A 3hort
time afler tl... train pulled out, tl.e
two men, who had been drinking
when lirst seen by tl.o operator, reappeared und hurled several large
rocks through the window, doing
much damagH but fortunately not
injuring Potter. Tl.e assailants then
burst open the dour of the operating
room, seized the operator, toie off llis
vest extracting a gold watch nnd
money frum the pooketa, The operator made n valiant struggle with liis
oaptora und hurled a lump at one the
glitB. shattering on the Indian's bend.
The assailants managed tu escape iu
the darkness, and up till yesterday
bnd not been traced except thai tl.e
sto'en vest was found on the waggon
road. Constable Fernie of Kamloops
was wired for and tbe capture of the
ri.Hi.ns is assured. The Indians,
Toma brothers, are well known in the
district and it is supposed thnt they
have tnken to the Lake.
NOTCHHILL
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford from England,
have taken lhe Lake cottage on L. T.
Morris' ranch, Ior a month or two,
previous to purchasing land and
building a home on the lake.
The house and effects uf Mike Lap-
pen were totally destroyed by tire on
Wednesday last. The cause ol the
bluze has not been discovered.
H.J. Bunks ia erecting a fine new
store ut Tupped Siding.
The government, hatchery trapB at
Scotch Creek are now in operation
and tbe new steam launch has been
in constant service bringing camp
supplies.
D. S. Mitchell, superintendent ol
the government hatchery, K.ialt, is in
Standard Oil Heavily Mulcted'the district.
lor Accepting Ry. Debates,   | ,Mr-and Mrs- L> T*M■*rrU 8avo"
big camping  party  last week, u very
enluyuble   lime   being   spent.     T. e
otke aa—-•
Headquarters for  Tetley's   Teas
TIMO FINEST TUB WORLD PRODUCES.
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK  IN
IMPORTED  WARES.
ELITE ENAMEL WAKF.
Ciiicaho, Aug. 3—Judge Kenshaw
M, Landis, in the United States dis
trict cuurt, lined the Standard Oil
Company, ol Indiana, $25,240,01*0 for
violations of the law against accepting
rebates from railroads. The fine is
the largest ever assessed against any
corporation  in  the history uf   tbe
Wasp  and   hornets   were    I..mil   in
swarms almost, as thick as mutquitues.
The "pusher" ia doing regular work
uow on lhe ll.ll, and grading for ll.
new siding ia being pushed abend.
The Royal Hotel by Mrs. Sullivan
BOWSER ELECTED EASILY
Defeats Socialist by over 1800
Votes
Vancouver, Aug. 6.—The by-election in Vancouver Saturday rendered
necessary by the elevation of W. J.
Bowser to the attorney-generalship,
resulted in a victory lur Mr, Bowaer
over E. T, Kingsley, socialist, by a
majority of 1,843 voles, the poll standing Bowser, 2,3G4; Kingsley, 521. Mr
Kingsley loses hia deposit.
The withdrawal ol Hun. Joseph
Marlin removed all interest from the
contest snd the election was very
quiet. Liberals generally auppurted
Mr. Bowser, and now that the event ie
over people are asking why tl.e province waa put to the expenee of an
election.
When you want something extra
nice in writing paper and envelopes,
you can get it at the Canada Drug
Store.
American criminal jurisprudence, and 1,ft8 bcBn  co»eitlordbly  enlarged and
is slight.-,  more than 131 times as ll"Prov,;d aml mi* up-to-date.    The
groat aa the amount received by tho ad(lltlon o( many new bedroom., and
company through its rebating oper- P'«*lourl,u8 male tho Royal a credit
ations.   The case will be carried by
the higher courts  by  the defendant
to tl.e district.
Mr. Fowler gave a surprise dance
thin week whicli was enjoyed by all.
The Notch Hill rille club ia getting
more and mure popular aud has been
doing aoino good work at tlio new
range.
M. Carlin and a largo party ol Inm
ben..en have been cruising tl.o hike
this week past,
TIMBER DEMAND
In B. C. is Steadily Increasing
Vanooiivhk, Aug. 6,—Tho demand
fur timber limits is increasing steadily
iu British Culumbia, and frum p ..sent
indications will continue to grow
while the last standing tree un government property remains.
"Only a short timo ago," Baid Mr.
J. R. Skinner, of tbe provincial timber
olliee, "I wastablo to take euro ol the
business of this ..llice alone. Now I
have an assistant, uud even .villi lhat
help, it is dillicult to keep our wurk up
tu date, and can only du su by working overtime.
"M,.»y people aro laboring under tho
idea that the bulk ul the limits applied for are allowed to lapBe, aftor the
licenses have hoc. taken out, hut this
is not bo, Almost without exception
those taking out licenses are holding
,oii and uro paying their  leases  from
v J: % •&tzxi, ^ tor Ti,t"e >rhavo to be
guitar ind mandolin supplies, accurd-1 ">aemA om* Hw ■"»«  »« effective
iui. all siitee, at Canada Drug Store,   | lor twenty-oue years."
company. /
The penalty Imposed upon the
company is the maximum permitted
under tho law, and it was announced
at one end ol a long opinion in which
tlie methods and practices ol the
Standard Oil Co...pany were mercilessly scored, The judge declared
in fact, in hia opinion, that tho ollieials uf the Standard Oil Company wliu
wore responsible lor tlio practices ol
which tbo corporation was lound
guilty, were nu belter lhnn counterfeiters and thieves, bis expert language
being: " We muy na well look at thia
situation aquarely. The mon who
deliberately violate this law found
society more deeply than doea those
who counterfeits tlie coin ur steals
letters Irom the mails,"
Judge Landis commenced reading
his decision at 10 o'clock and occupied
one hour in its delivery. Ho reviewed
points in tlie case and then passed
judgment upon the company, which
he declared violated tlio law lur the
sole purpose ul swelling its dividends,
Under the seven indictments still
pending against the Standard Oil
Oompany, an additional fine amounting to $88,440,000 nny bo levied
should the cunipany be luund guilty.
A full line ul' this.  The Finest Enamel  War.- on the Market,
See Window,
ANTI-RUST TINWARE
Made f.-o.n IXXX Charcoal I'lale. a guarantee .... every article
tlmt it won't mal umler any conditions. We have .. go id variety „'of
these goods.  Ask l.. see them. , _} _j
REED'S   GALVANIZED WASH TUBS
With improved Handles, Ringer Holders ..ml Him Bottom,
guaranteed nut in leak, good material, well made.
BOURNE BROS,
BURNS HLOCK, REVELSTOKE, li. ('.
Headquarters for Tetley's Teas
THE FINEST TIIK WOULD PKOI.fcKS.
IK, II
Dwelling for Sale
Value .... $1650 OO
Sale Price. $1300 OO
Tho above is a Six-Roomed House in good locality
witii Fifty feet frontiige, Good Fen.-ini,', Sheds, etc.
The owner does not live in Revelsloke and consequently needs money.
The actual ensh vnluo is as stated above and $350
cannot be made easier thun by buying this property.
V.rr-'v''! i„ .„ v,-,., iqqqpv rr. negisl ir. tbe ....'.-hf>*-.>
We have fur sale 00 acres of choice land on Cranberry Creek, rear Arrowhead, suitable for Fruit and
Horticulture. A mnn of enterprise enn make a Hue home
and a splendid independence for himself and family on
this property.
Price—$80 por acre on good teims.
Offices :—Molsons Bank Builph>
Telephone 31
DEALERS   IN
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
AGENT   FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
i
first ft Op, Union ielr(g
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office  Toronto, Ontario.
Hrn.icf,... iu the l'rnviucs.s uf MunitubB, Alports, SaslfHtcliowaD,
British tu.urfil.iu, 1 iiiti.iiM, i>„,.|,.,,|.
Capital Paid Up ....   J4,825,000.00
Reserve Fund ....        S4,825,ooo.oo
1). lt. Wii.kik, President; Hon. R. .Iafkii.vy, Vice-President,
A Ceneral Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts told available In all parts ..I Canada, United Slates and
Europe,  Special attention given to Collection.,
Savings Department
Deposits received and Interest alio wed at current rate from date
of opening account, and compounded four tunes a yeur.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C.—A. E. Phipps, Manager.
Blackberries for preserving in Unci First class cooking or eating apples
condition arriving daily utC. II. Hume la. well as all other fresh fruits at C, B,
& Co's. I Hume A Co'i. STOCK-TAKING SALE!
This is the Season of the vein* that we lake an inventory of our stock. We mean by
so doing that no odd lines in Our Summer Stock shall appear on Our Slock List. Our
prices are always the lowest and this Sale means a still further reduction in Prices. Snaps
for good careful buyers.   Look at the lollowing list i—
n
Ladies' Lawn Skirts
Ladies' White Lawn and  I'. K. Skins
at half regular price
Ladies' Under Skirts
Regular Si.25 and $1.75  Skirts,
now
selling at 75c. each.
Dress Goods Remnants
Renin .-.is ol Dress Goods and
all 1
\eni-
. *   11 prices to clear.
Now 10c. Per Yard
Muslin,   Prints,    Linens,     Chambrays,
etc,    Regular 15c. and 25c. goods,
Ladies' Tweed Skirts
Only a few left at $3.00 each Regular
$5,00 and $6.00 Skirts. All this Season's
goods.
Prints! Prints!
A full line of patterns at 6c.   per yard.
Ladies' Costumes
These are one ol the newest lines on the
market ihis .season. Vou can buy any of
these al just half the regular price.
Ladies' Canvas Shoes
Utiles' While Canvas Oxfords al $1.00 per pair,
Straw I In 1M
Linen Hnls.    Sale   Hull'I'i
BARGAINS   ALL   OVER   THE   STORE
REID  & YOUNG
-«-^
$iHHM$*#$$M$!: • ;
I    WHY?    |'i ONLY A GLANCE i
T 1 honlil leave your Pre-  T   •      Only it glttnec .- n- stock      !
*i? SCfipllon With US *P   t      „(■(),. .He* will elie.,ur.,;c       •
9     BECAUSE     f!   >*"' tu™. '   J
tV,^Si(S5wIft,*?l! JUST A TRIAL
I    BECAUSE     ty
*r Every Prescription is checked   t
9 before il goes oul 9
9     BECAUSE
ty • 1 .  prices arc reasonable nnd
mt. we will deliver your piescrip- .
9 tion if you wish il. ^
§ Canada Drug & Book Co, |
9 I • A   I rial   will   en..vine.-  you •
• il.ey are lln- purest ..... I besl •;
g di. ihe in tt-kot.   Try   uui- „i
• BREAD, CASES AND PASTRY. «
WEATHER FORECAST
Saturday, August 3rd, for li hours,
Unsettled, witi. thunderstorms, line
later. Temp., max, S3 degrees; min.,
55 degrees.
Local and General.
T. Lewie l.as taken over the milk
business ol T. BonBer.
Twenty-live hundred Japanese arrived in British Columbin during
July,
An interesting cricket match is
being played this ulternoun botween
old tuner., and new comer.,
Tin Independent Hnnd gave one of
their p pular o| en nir concerts in the
lower town lust night.
The annual meeting of the U. C.
Medical A-- ciati >n ie in session ut
Victoria tiiis week.
A general convention ol the Liberal
part) of the province will be held in
Vancouver ibe first week in October.
Special sirangements are being
r.ia.lt to control the mosquito nuisanoe
: - .-.il.y evening in the Methodist
church.
M. Carlin, hae purchased J. P.
Shaw's larm at Shuswap, the price
paid being in the neighborhood of
$50,000,
A large crowd of holiday makers
lelt this morning for Albert Canyon
to take in the C. P, R picnic. A
:   d lin ■ 1- ::. store lor all.
F. Julian has made arrangements
I : the transler -1 bis mill to a Calgary  party.    The  transaction   will
probably be completed nest month,
ii ish fires are raging in many parte
of the distriot, in I a big I laze started
uu Thuriday ..*. Greely Creek at tbi
extn n ity i luli in - ranche 11 I Is
rapidly spreading.
dli La     -■> . . lb are having
a matchjbetwi n'the ea.t end   od wen
...   Wedm -i.;.   a ig   lib, at i 30 p
:..    :. the M.-K-: tie  '-.- 1
gi      -
1 hi    :   -;, il ... li  -   ' -minilti'c
■rill go ihead ..*   nei witn thi ■ ecti 11
I the a   ■ : tbe w rs Kill . e
puihed       ■- ".villi    all   posaibl.
-p. id..
i be Mi)    f.   -      1 ■      ttenl
ol   the cit:.-1 -  '    the sprin
lawns ind  -.- udeni     1 his in .-• 1 •
ii ..- witi ;:. -.1.-   f   in prescribed  b)
Iho by-lawe, nan ely 7 p
'1 be rule sill i- :.. idly 1 ol
: ■ cit) water supply 1   ist be kept nt
high a- |-. siibli
\ Hobson & Bell j
,  Grocers, Hi.ke.-s & Conlootionere .
POPULAR
PERFUMES
One reason why wc sell so
um.11. pel fume i- be. aiise wi.
..... fully watch uur trade .....I
make ll a poinl to always have
...i band the pa. tlciilarperfiii.es
which ure popular in this lo.
.-..lil V.
ASK I OH
Sen Tour Doe Prairies
VV. BEWS.
Druggist and Stationer.
Mail Orders  pr mptly ntlci
Phm. B.
Ernest Hans,.11, eldest sun nf Mr,
find Mrs. C Hanson of this city, died
nt Salmon Arm on Thursday. The
iu .eraI is ti.king pluce there today,
Much sympathy is fell for the bereaved family.
Dun't forget the entertainment to
l.e given in St. Andrew's ohuroh oil
Tuesday evening next by Mi:. L.
Maude Smith,assisted l.y local talent.
Admission 50c. and Uk.
Provincial Constable 11. A. Upper
came in on Thursday night from Cal
gary, where he had gone to arrest It.
Higgs, a luenl teamster, for ahsoond-
ing with Miss Sudie Julian, who is a
minor.
W. Cowan, president of the Ilevelstoke, Trout Lake und Big Bend
Telephone Company, will shortly
transfer the central exchange from the
Cowan Hlock to the I.rick I.nil.ling ....
Second SI.-eet. This move hns heen
contemplated for sume time, owing to
the congestion of the pole linos
Tl.e Railway Commission hae issued
an order directing the G.T. railway
to run .verv day between Toronto and
Montreal, nt leasl one passenger train
having third o'a.s coinages and charging fur travel thoreon two cents n mile.
The decision will be appealed to tin
supreme court,
Juhn Mclvniie, formerlyoi Rossland,
l.as r.ce..ily purchased the Telegraph
and Times, two of the live daily papers
published in St. John, N. li, and ivill
conduct thi m in the interests of the
Conservative party Heret. [1
daily press ol St. John were all Lib. ral
i:. p ilitics
A com .pondent has  inl
that a f.t mer in hia section has found
.ut that by planting onions and po
tatoee  in  lhe same field in alternate
rowE the 1 ni - - 110 me ao strong that
they  hviug  tears t- the eyi
potatoes in siii.-li quantities th it the
roots are kept moist and a largi c   ;
f- raised in spite ul the lack -1 rm. ,
that vicinity'
ilev. It, ,1. Bowen,  11  V -
I  rmanent Seoreta    for Alberta   ind
Hritisl   Columl ■   Canadian
.,   e Socie.)   ..ii conduct  -
: u       - .-.- . .- in  the V M.I   1    11
*j inda) ilu        ..'...   -'  I ii at I l.'i
f.. wi It     ihis      ..if very extensive!   1 mm ntion will be
1   -   lc being done al this
time   iii   Britiah   C   11     ia   All are
II .
1      r. VV, Hall   cl .ii
I, iml --I- Dlitrii *    I th.
ihuroh, has hoen       ting the  I r ml
Missi ..   ..   I  :.  ding the
.,--,;. . lain. -  mei ti
.... -    nl  thai   :.-■ I   Hr A   I-.
Hi -.'-..- ,i,    Mr Hall reports thai Vlr
- ....:,- in mid hie  young   tribi
imi energetic workers and are |  puim
vith ih.- |..- iple,   Hopes are expreased
th a a rovi. -ii. bus - will shortly
.... place... Trout Lake City,
I in- white bulldog belonging to lv
M. Cook, while 1 :coni| injing the
children on a horry picking - pediti .n
.... the iiiii 1 - lu;,.I tin cit)   tackled u
-..'. p ucupinc and .ft. r a -	
akilfui feints hucci edod in getting 1
.-.. ..I ue1..tl.Inl u[ quill, hi. > ngue
... .nth and noso bristling wilh thorn
I lie dog wus 1 . surprised tn Iroubli
much iu   ie 1 .villi Mr, I'niciipi    , thi
ilie on bis luce keeping him l.ilrlj
well uccupiid. n.i reaching town the
dog was lied up ..n.i chloroformed and
- ino ..I tin- spikes oxtraoted, but lho
nn lesthotic provod too much fur In...,
tho animal succumbing to its cITeote,
Which was the holt thing II. n could
happen under the circumstances.
The loHowlog '-.-.I lii.-i Irom an Irish
exchange tolls . f tho sale arrival iu
Ireland ol Mr. William ion and his
1: n Ueuige. *' Mr. William Williamson
ol Unckmncreiiny, Richliill, who loft.
IF YOU WANT |
Tu Buy a House.
To Kent a [-louse.
To Buy Nice Building Lots
clOfC ill,
To Buy Splendid Fruit
Lunils."
COME AND SEE
Kincaid & Anderson
WE HAVE SOME BAB-
GAINS LN COAST
PROPERTIES
MONEY   TO  LOAN
Kincaid iind Undersoil
Real Estate and Insurance Agts.
Ireland in 186*1, is again spending his
...li.lays in his native plnce willi hia
youngest son. Qeorge, a locomotive
engineer. Mr. Williamson settled in
Toronto utter emigrating, und in 1880
lelt lor British Columbia, where he aid
his aon are both engaged in the ruil-
«uy business We nre hnppy to know
that they huve been very successful,
.....I il gives us great pleasure to extend cuugratulotions to theni. li furnishes another proof thnt when Irishmen got 0 fair ohance they arc q ite
capable of holding their own iu com-
petition with any nationality,"
DICKINSON-ROGERS
A very pretty wedding took placo
at the 1 ie  ol   Mr,  and  Mrs - I
Rogi rs, Uordonsville, .V 1*. on Wed.
laj alteruoi n, July 10 b, at tin.-.-
u'clock, when their daughter I.,- — \
-. .- inited in marriage to \. VV .11. -
Dickinson ol Arrowhead, li. C, ii
presence ol aboul :' rty guests The
oeren    1;   • .- ;  rlorn ed I;   the  Re.
II.      A ii -MM "'* if- VI      It
Mend. ?sohn's ing wai
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Social and Personal
Frod Forest, ol Albert Canyon   a is
... town yesti rd
Roy .-'inj tin- loft.... 'I bured 1,
fui >   Mil i., 1 11 ( .... il
\\. M. Lawrence retn 'I I . iraday
night from .1 viail to Winnipeg.
Mr and Mrs, Joseph Dai m n turned
1 iu- ami k frum I In 11 honoymoon tour,
vli.-.- VV I, u ter ol the late Join.
I'.. Wood, is visiting lho oity .1
oi tin- estate ..I her deceased brothei
lv.   M,  Cook,   Y..M.C A., fimi N   I
Bowers,  ol  tho   Chicago  Technical
World, mado a visit to tho Doul
....... Caves this week,
SKEENA
CITY
1
One of the best propositions on the market.
We have secured Iron, Ihe
Prince
Rupert
development
Syndicate, £td.
the option on a number of the
Finest Lots in Skeena City with
the following guarantee from
the Syndicate:
" We hereby agree to every
Party who buys Lots in Skeena
City to refund them their money
if the Grand Trunk Pacific does
not touch Skeena City when it
builds to Prince Ruperfor Port
Simpson, B.C., ad further that
we agree not to sell the timber,
which we now hold on the Kh-
Yex River to any Party or Company who will not agree to erect
a Sawmill at SKEENA CITY."
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FOB INFOHMATIO.N  U'PLY TO
KINCAID «\ ANDERSON
OK   MB. DAVY
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Molhin;; n-xinr tlinn Our "Speoial.
'. ild Strawberry e«ti id 3.1c
iss tailoring—Ci
Carpets, Linoleums .....I lloor oil
olotb, n choice selection at 0 B, Hume
A c.'a.
Apples, pears, pi.uus, water ...elm.a,
oranges and  banana., at Hobion ji
H.-II'S.
Preserving Bprlootl have arrived,
order belore Ihey are nil suid, at 0, II.
JI umo A Co's,
Lad iei1 mi- proof cats, the latinl
si lo -Croiiman A- Morrison,
Preserving jars... all si/ea 01 n. any
quantity, al C H. Hume A Co'.,
Krcih today   Ripe tomatooa, cm.in-
Im<i|ii-*, apploi, pears, apricots, plums,
1    ,.    , . .,      ,   ,,  ,    1     ,. rasiil -   and oorn—Bourne Broi
!l   ■'* '   '"   k""''  "'     /■ ,1     1        ,- .....
Call und see  I Ms.0  a   lllackwi'l s
new -./-I bottles ..I Marmalade, olives
Patronize  Homo  Industry.     Smoke  ,nd plokloi,at C. B. Humo A On'l
Rovolstoko Cigars, | —•	
a .iiu.....' new .having   (tick  in
nickel box f.i Rewi' Drug Sture,
Co.: .a   matting,   mats and rugs, at
C  li, Iliiiin, A Co's,
llorncsi—heavy, loom nnd driving,
riding and pack saddles, cl..;,—Tloiirne
Hi-us.
Rovolstoko 'ileum Union Made Our
Sp.i.ilul, The Union, and Maroa Vuelta
are ahead ol all others.
NOTICE.
Tenders wauled lor tl.e erection ..I
additions to S Ikirk Ilnll, nlao for
c...iI .....I Wood,he.I lur Pnst llllicc
ll.ll, I. (I. (I I-'. Plans ami speeilicn
tloill ii.iiv bo seen nl the oflloO ol Kill* |
eai.I A- Atulison, First street.  Tenders!
should I... addressed to ,1. Mathie, City
.....I ...nsl. he in by .....in un Thursday,
Aug.i«t 8.I., III07.   Thc I..woat or .my |
j tender not uecosaurily accepted.     2t
mmwmwmwmmvmBmmtA
OTJIR ^3
IS IN FULL SWING and people are saving money all
over the Store. You should eome soon and get the
advantage of the Low Prices. Our stock is well assorted,
our values are good and regular prices low and now we
give you advantage of a good, large reduction, running from
20 to 50 per cent, discount. We will nol carry Summer
goods over and this i.s your opportunity 10 get good goods
for little money.
Corticelli Embroidery Silks
We are closing these out.   I Live a full range of
shades in Filo and Reman at 45c.
Boys' Shirt Waists
Just the article for hot weather.   All sizes from 12 to
14, at 75c. each
Canvas Shoes
Ladies' Oxfords
$2 00
Misses' Oxfords
$1 10
Men's Oxfords and Bals   -
$2 00
Muslin Underwear
We can show you a splendid assortment
of Underwear that has heen selling at
wonderfully low prices, but now, with
the discount, you cannot afford to overlook these goods. For ladies we have
Gowns, Corset Covers, Skirts and Drawers, and for Misses and Children we
have Gowns, Petticoats and Drawers,
20 Per Cent. Off Marked Prices
See  our  list
make, 111 a nice cut
Regular value 75c.
CORSETS
of Summer   Corsets, good,
,— all sizes, and a lot of ode
to $1.00 Only 50c. P
strong
lines.
er Pair
Lawn and Silk Blouses
You know the beautiful lines we have I een selling
tliis season—nothing like them in town as we handle only
exclusives. We have all sizes and all prices from 90c. to
$6.00 at
Twenty Per Cent. Discount
HOSIERY SNAPS
LADIES' BLACK COTTON HONK, good quality, all sizes, Kj
to 10.  Two palm fur Hoc.
Hoys' Heavy Hil.hed Cotton Hose. Just the guilds to aland
hard wcnr.   Ilogulnr BOo, to IOc. pet- pair,   Nuw i'.c. per pair.
Cl.il.lien's L.iee Sucks, (T-.-iiu. and Tun, si/.es ll lull. Hcgular
25c,   Now 11 pairs for .Tie.
Women's Cashmere Hose, all sizes 25c. Ter Pair
Men's Summer Shirts
He lhe lines wc .iio showing will, or wilhoul Collars, in
Cambrics and Nol ONE  DOLLAR   EACH
Men's Summer Hats
CULT HATS -Hill! and Soft,   lingular$1.51) tn $IM.   Now--
 ONE  DOLLAR  EACH
Mutt's Hi ni w- un.l Linen Huts nhiiosl HALF   PRICE
Boys' Balbriggan Underwear
All s.-zes, 1...... an in ;m ONLY 30c.  EACH
Men's Trousers, Suits, Coats and Collars
Men... Kltuincl Trousers NOW   ONLY   $3.00
Men's Alpnceil (.'...its $1.60
Men's Tu ...Piece Suits  $5.00
Tooke's Lil  Cllnts TWO   FOR   25C,
McLENNAN'S
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ts.
midsummer Sale
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REYELSTOKE. B. 0. AUGUST 7 1907
$2.50 Par Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
r
Crosse & Blackwell's Jellies
Jams and Condiments
ARROWHEAD     THE LATEST
FINEST ENGLISH JAMS
All Fruits, Raspberry, Ntt-nwhei-i-y, Pencil. Plum, Apricot, etc.. Crosse* Blaokwell's finest—the name Is a guarantee of quality.   Put up in 4 lb. tins. 65 Cents
B-ST ENGLISH MARMALADE
Mnde nf Finest Neville Oranges, Crosse A Blackwell's
goods. Purity is assured. These people turn out. the
finest to he hud.   Put up iu 7 lb. tins nt One Dollar
MALT VINEGAR
0. &B, Best Malt Vinegar. This is something you
should look for purity in. Put up in quart bottles to sell
at 35 Cents
PURE LOCCA OIL
Or Olive Oil for Salad Dressings, etc. Perfectly pure
Italian Oil, put up by Crosse A Blackivcll in 1(1 ounce
bottles. 50 Cents
MIXED PICKLES
English Sour Plokle, Put up by Cross.* A. Blackwell.
We have a line assortment In Glass Bottles tn linest malt
vinegar, all sizes. Finest Italian Olives, Heal olives, no
imitation cheap goods, but the real ihing put. up hy
Closse & Blackwell in ull size buttles.
PRESERVE JARS
We have nny amount nf nil kinds of Glass
Jars nnd other Preserve Jitrs. Crown Self
Sealing Glass J.u-s:
Pint Sizes nt per dozen  $1.15
Quart Sizes nt per dozen $1,40
Half Gallon Size at per dozen $1.75
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
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I CARPENTERS' TOOLS
BUILDERS' HARDWARE
Sawmill Supplies, Belting, etc. Stanley's nnd Starrett's
Mechanics' Tools. Simonds' and Shurly and Dietrich fligh
tirade Saws.   Garden Tools in great variely.
REFRIGERATORS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
Paints and Oils, Kalsotnine, etc.
Plumbing, Tinsmithing and Electrical Departments in
connection.
Estimates given.   Job Work Done.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
Convenient Offices for Rent Upstairs,
| LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Dealers in Hardware, Stovw and Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's
and Sawmill Supplies, eto., Plumbing and Tinsmithing.
iTis£_ At Ai A\ i^i if i ifri _ti _ti _ti ilti 1X1 _fa _ti _ti _ti _n ili _fa <&* A _ti _t_ *'
W *' 'X1 *"'" 'X * X + "   " X + V X X + + " V * * * *
GOOD BUYS
Two-Storey Dwelling, Lots 37J x 100, on Mackenzie Avenue,
plastered -Cash $1150, terms on balance.     PRICE—$2,450
Two-Storey   Dwelling,  plaateicd and stone base...enl., Lota
75 X 100 on Second S.rt.cl.      Cash $050 and terms on balance.
PRICE-$2,950
Ono-Storey Dwelling, Lot 50x100, near Cowan Block
PRICE  $850
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCK NOTARIKS PUBLIC LOANS
TRADE COAL FOR ICE
in the hot weather if you pleaae, but don't overlook
tho Snaps in well located LOTS, FURNISHED AND
UNFURNISHED HOUSES offered by
H.3ST.OOTJHSIEI?!
TOWNS LOST •
Defeated by New Zealander in
Exciting Contest.
Sydney, N. 8. W., Aug. fl.-Wehb,
tho Now Zealand sculler, Saturday defeated Charles Towns, Australian, in
a rowing race on the I'aramotta river
championship course, thereby winning
the world1! Mulling ohan.pionihip, as
Charles Towns won the ohampionehip
laat April Irom his brother George.
The stakes won 1*12,500. The betting
was two to one on Webb. Webb wi n
easily by two lengths.
No man is more independent than
tho [.inner, lluy a small farm and
you'll be sure of a good living and a
goal home,and many comforts that
would otherwise be more or less uncertain,   E. A. Haggen.
TO GERRARD
Superintendent Coleman on
Proposed Extension—Would
Mean Great Saving in Transportation of Freight.
Nki.son,- Aug. 8.—Superintendent
Coleman of tbe Canadian Pacilic railway speaking to a representative of
The Daily News in reference tu the
proposed line between Arrowhead and
Qorrard said tbat vice-president Mc-
N'icoll would likely take up the mniter
with eecond vice-preiidout Whyte on
his return enat. The matter would
then be gone into by the general
malinger..[ tin: western lines. Mr.
Bury, nud nlso by general superintend
snt Busteed of the Pacific division. In
lhc hands of these three gentlemen
the decision Hi.ally rested.
Speaking of the freight situation Mr
Coleman aaid thnt from scenic and
oilier reasons it was not all likely that
the company would like to ..Iter ita
route over tlie Rockies l.y Field. Ou
the other hand the grades oier that
route were didicult und ua the freight
business was ever increasing it came
to bs n question bow much freight
could be bundled over the main line
Because uf these grades the freight
to a large extent was now being
hi..idled via Slocan lake. The freight,
coming esst, left the main line at
Ilevelstoke and run down to Nakusp
Frum N..kusp it went to Roaebery, at
the bead of Slocau lake, by rail. Now
this piece of railroading was nlso dilli
cult. Midway between lhe two places
waa a hill. Dp this steep grade approaching it Iron, cither Bide, the train
had to come in two sections, the locomotive, niter having taken up one
half of the train, returning for the
other half. This caused delay and
was not economical in operation.
After reaching Roaebery the freight
had again to be transhipped in bargee
down the lake to Slocan where it was
again put upon ateel and taken to
Nelson or Proctor where a third transshipment on barges was necessary to
convey it to Kootenay landing f ,r the
remainder of its journey eaet. Coming the other way exactly the same
route had to be traversed, It can
readily be seen that this method of
handling transcontinental height is
not economical. The proposed change
is to complete the line between Arrowhead and Gerrard. Then freight
switched at Revelstoke could be sent
clear to the head ot Koitenay lake and
one transhipment would take it to
Kootenny landing instead ol three
truusphipments to attain the same
point.
But if this be dono it follows that
tbe main bulk of tbe freight will no
longer go through this city, which wi
make immediately some diti'erence to
the amount of business here transacted, Similarily there will be a
change on Slocan lake. But, Mr.
Coleman points out that the C. P. R.
kept up a service on the lake Ior yean
when it was not handling the through
freight by this route and, of course, it
may yet keep up lhe same service as
it is doing at the present time.
It is not probable thnt any action
will be taken to lay steel Ihis season,
which is already advanced. The whole
matter has to bo taken up by Mr.
Whyte on the recommendation of Mr.
McNicull, and a decision will be
arrived at at a later date. What tlie
.decision will be depends to u large extent, saya Mr. Coleman, on ll.e amount
of freight which it is proposed to
handle via thc soul hern Kootenay
route.—Nelson Daily News.
BOWSER ELECTED EASILY
Defeats Socialist by over 1800
Votes
VANCOUVER, Aug. 6.—Tho by-election in Vancouver Saturday rendered
necessary by the elevation of W. J.
Bowser to the attorney-generalship,
resulted in a victory lor Mr. Bowser
over E. T, Kingsley, socialist, by a
majority ol 1,843 votes, the poll standing Bowser, 2,1104; Kingsley, 521. Mr
Kingsley loses hii deposit.
The withdrawal of Hun. Joseph
Martin removed all interest Irom the
contest and the election was very
quiet. Liberals generally supported
Mr. Bowser, and now that the event ie
over people are Hiking why tlie province wis put to the expense of an
election.
When you want something extra
nice in writing paper and envelope!,
you can get it at the Canada Drug
Store.
TELEGRAMS
Ottawa Blaze—Rate Reduction
-All Red Project-Protracted Voyage — Graduates
to Visit Canada.
Ottawa, Aug. J.—The grand stand
uf the Central Canadu Exhibition,
wilh a Beating capacity of thirteen
thousand, wna totally destroyed by
fire this evening, together with the
smaller buildings near, nii.nely, the
experimental farm building, the W,
C. T. U. building and the art building,
The lose is estimated at $110,000, with
insurance almost equal to the value ol
the buildings.
Spokane, Aug. 7.—Local ollieials of
the Great .Northern lines nnnonnoe a
reduction in rates between this city
and St, Paul and Chicago. -The rc-
due'.ion is made because of the recent
pssaige ol the tivo-cent-Iare law in
various eastern Btntes. The reduction
corresponds lo nil intermediate points
iu tlie states which now have a twu-
cent rate. Where a former rate of $54
first-cluas applied, tl.e rule has heen
reduced to $51.75. The second cI.isb
rate of $46.53 has been reduced to
$43.75
Ottawa,"Aug. 7.—Lord Strathcona
arrived at Ottawa at noon today and
spent the afternoon with Sir Wilfrid
L.o ...er discussing tlie All Red Line
proj.'ct. Both the premier and Lord
Strathcona ure coulident lhat the project will be realized although there
will necessarily be considerable delay
iu arranging plans and details.
VICTORIA, Aug. 7.—Tho British sailing ship Holt Hill, with a cargo ol
cement from Liverpool for Vancouver,
and two hundred and ten days out,
posted as ove.due at Lloyd's and
quoted at 6 per cent, is reported inbound Irom Carmanah, Capt. Parker
master of the Holt Hill, died May 24,
and was buried at sea. He was seventy
years of age.
TOKONTO, August 7.—Prof. Clcugher
ot Loudon University is in the eity
nrrineiiie lor a visit ol about one
hundred undergraduates and gra-.ui-
ates ol British Universities lo Canada
from July to September next year,
They are ineinberB of the scientific
and engineering departments and
their object will be to look over the
engineering wurks of Canada and its
mines. 1, r.l Strathcona ia the president of the c imn.itlce iu charge.
FINED   $29,000,000
Standard Oil Heavily Mulcted
for Accepting Ry, Debates.
ASSAULT AND
ROBBERY
Night Operator at Notch Hill
Assaulted by Two Siwashes
—Valuables Stolen — Rocks
Hurled with Murderous Intent
Shortly nfter 2 o'clock ou Sunday
morning tho night operator at Notch
Hill was suddenly attacked hy'tivo Si-
wusl. Indians and nearly placed burs
dooombat, /l'ho oircumstanoeaconnected will) the ultray bIiuw that the
lwo Indians had entered the depot j
waiting room, nnd had asked Potter, j
the night operator, to wake then, up I
when No. 07 enme In, us they wished i
to go on lo Shuswap, When 07 pulled
in the operator being busy asked thc
brakeman to wuko the Indiana who
would >bopk to Shuswap. A abort
time ufter tl.o train pulled out, tl.e
two men, who had been drinking
when lirst seen by the operator, reappeared nnd hurled several lnrge
rocks through the window, doing
much damagj but fortunately not
injuring Putter. The assailants then
burst cpen the duor of the operatiu
room, seized the operator, loie oil' his
vest extracting a gold watch nnd
money frum the pockets, Tlie operator made a valiant struggle with bis
captors and hurled a lamp at one the
glits- shattering on tin. Indian's head
The assailants managed tu escape in
the darkness, ..nil up till yesterday
hud not been traced except thai the
st..'.'.. veet wus found on the waggon
road. Constable Fernie of Kamloops
was wired for and the capture ot the
rufli.ins is assured. The Indiana.
Tu.na brothers, ure well known in (he
district and it is supposed that they
huve tnken tu the Lake.
NOTCH HILL
Mr. and Mrs. Clill'ord frum England,
have taken the Lake cottage on L. T.
Morris' runch, for a month or two,
previous to purchasing lund and
building a homo on tho lake.
The house and effects of Mike Lap-
pen were totally destroyed by tire on
Wednesday lust, l'ho cause ol the
blaze bus nol been discovered.
H. J. Bunks is erecting a line new
store ut Tnppen Siding.
The government, hatchery traps at
Scotch Creek are now in operation
and the new steam launch has been
in constant service bringing camp
supp'ies.
D, S, Mitchell, superintendent ot
the government hatchery, Kualt, is in
1 the district.
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. M.rris gave n
: big camping   party   Insl week, a very
euloyuble   lime   l.eing   spent.     T. t-
wasp  and   hornets   were    f.u.ml   iu
swarms almost as thick ae moiquitow,
The "pusher" ia doing regular work
now on the Hill, and grading Ior lh
new siding is being puahed ahead.
Tlie Royul Hotel by Mrs. Sullivan
CHICAGO, Aug. 3—Judge Kensbaw
M. Landis, iu the United States dis
diet court, lined the Standard Oil
Company, ol Indiana, $25,240,0^0 for
violuiinna of the law ugninst accepting
rebates from railroada. Tbo hoe is
tbe largest ever assessed against any
corporation  in  tlie  history of   the
American criminal jurisprudence, and lm81)ecn  ™'"Werubly  enlarged and
is slightly more than 131 times as '"'Proved and made „p.,„.,i..t,-.    '■■*■»
great aB the amount received by tho
company through ita rebating operations.   The case will be carried by
thc higher courta  l.y  the defendant     Mr. Fowlor gave a surprise dance
The
addition uf many new bedrooms, nnd
parlour has male tlie Royal a credit
to tlie district.
company. i
The penalty imposed upon the
company is the maximum permitted
under Ihe law, and it was announced
at one ond of a long opinion in which
the methods and practices ol tho
Standard Oil Company were mercilessly scored. Tl.o judge declared
in fact, iu his opinion, tlnit tl.e i.Hic-
iuls of tho Sli.nd.ird Oil Company wliu
werc rospoiiBil.le fur ll.e practices ot
which the corporation was found
guilty, were no belter than counterfeiters and thieves, his expert language
being: " Wo may ua well louk ui thia
situation squarely. The mon who
deliberately violate thia law found
society moro deeply than (loos those
who counterfeits tlie coin or steals
letters from the mails."
Judge Landis commenced reading
hia decision at 10 o'clock and occupied
one hour in its delivery. Ho reviewed
points in the cnec ni.d then passed
judgment upon the on.puny, whicli
he declared violated the law lur tlio
sole purpose of swelling its dividends.
Under tho seven indictments still
pending against lho Standard Oil
Company, au additional lino amounting to 188,440,000 nny be levied
should the company he found guilty,
thia week which was enjoyed liy all.
The Notch Hill rille club ia getting
moro aud more popular and haa been
doing some goud work at tl.o new
range,
M, Carlin and a large party of In...
bermen have been cruising tho lake
this week past.
TIMBEB DEMAND
In B, C. is Steadily Increasing
Vancouver, Aug. li.—The demand
for timber limits ia increasing steadily
in British Culumbia, and [rum p.eaent
indications will continue to grow
while tl.e last standing tree ou government property remains,
"Only a short time ago," Baid Mr.
J, R. Skinner, ol thu provincial timber
olliee, "1 waa ablo to luko curo ol tho
husiness of this ..llice alone, Now I
hnvo an assistant, uud even with thut
help, it is dillicult tu keep our work up
to date, and can only du au by working overtime.
"M ny peoplei.ro laboring under tlio
idea that the bulk ul the limits applied fur nro allowed to lapse, altor the
licenses have boon taken out, hut thia
ia not ao. Almost without exception
thoso taking out lice..sea aro holding
, ou and uro paying their lenses from
You can get anything you want ... „      ,        havo to be
violin strings and   hxturoa,    ban o, ' ' * "
guiur and mandolin supplies, accord-1 renewed every yoar nnd  aro eflective
ions all sites, at Cauada Drug Store.   | for twenty-one years."
Headquarters for  Tetley's   Teas
THE FINEST THK WOULD PRODUCES,
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK IN
IMPORTED  WARES.
A full lin,
• Window.
ELITE ENAMEL WAKE
of ihis.   The Finest Ens i  Ware
ANTI-RUST TINWARE
Made from IXXX Charcoal Pia
thai it won't rust undei- any eon.lil i.i
these goods.   Ask to see thom.
.... i.-f.nl.-e
We have
on the Market.
on every nl licit,
.a i,'o .il variety 'of
...J ...i    '"
REED'S   GALVANIZED WASH TUBS
Wilh   improved
guaranteed not lo le
Handle
ik, goo,
King
Holders   and
well mnde.
Hini Bottom,
BOURNE BROS,
BURNS BLOCK, REVELSTOKE, I!. C.
Headquarters  for Tetley's Teas
THE FINEST THE WOULD PKODUl ES,
d
Idi,
Dwelling for Sale
Value $1650 OO
Sale Price. $1300 OO
Tho above is a Six-Boomed House in good locality
with Fifty feet frontage, Good Fencing, Sheds, etc.
Tho owner does not live in Revelstoke and consequently needs money.
The actual cosh value is as stated above and $350
csnn.il he mnde easier than l.y buying this property.
\y,.-,v!U !„.*, y   ., i»MMey r. :,.;..   (I... , ■!,;,*..
We have for salo 00 acres of choice land .... Cranberry Oreek, rear Arrowhead, suitable for Fruit aud
Horticulture, A man of enterprise can make a fine home
and a splendid independence for himself and family on
this property.
Price—$80 per acre on good terms.
Offices :—Molsons Bank Builpinc
i,
Telephone 31
V*.
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DEALERS   IN
Cent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
AGENT  FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
Hrst i Op.
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office  Toronto, Ontario.
llrnl.cl.os it. tl.o 1'rnvi.icflf. ..I Manitoba. Altwrta, SaskHtafliowan,
Hriti-b Colombia, Oatirto, yueboc.
Capital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
I), lt. Wll.KIr-:, Pt-esi.lenl :
-    •4,825,000.00
S4,825,00O.00
Hox. It. .Lu-tuay, Vice-President,
A Ceneral Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available in nil parts of Canada, United Suites and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections.
Savings Department
Deposits received and Interest allowed ..t current rate from dale
of opening account, and compounded four times .1 yenr.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C.-A. E. Phipps, Manager.
  .1
Blackberries for preserving in fine. First class cooking or eating applea
condition arriving daily ut C. 1). Hume las well ae all other Ireeh fruits at C. B,
A Wi. Illume A-Co'i. Z\x flbaiMberalb.fit^
PI UUSHKl. WEDNESDAY ANI. 6ATUR
i i.W AT
UEVELSTOKE. n.C,
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Comfnission,
Chas, Mobphy,      Harolu Fisher
i.I.AN A ELLIOTT.
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ii,
RKVRLSl
r.... nu.u.v
il
ARVEY,
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im. nioi i Mi;., n.u.
1   I". I. I IOTT,
McCARTEH
AND PINKHAM,
ll.ll:!;!-:!-IIM SOLICITORS, ETC,
im...-    if -i -hin. Bask Block, Ukvel
',-IiiKK, 11. t",
M     .      f    -
...bt,-.: II. v. Utoke, B.C.; ' ' U.l fi., II, C
... i. .-. McCaktbh,
«.. M. .':-. • -i ■■ .1. A. Il.it.vuv.
i.-- slsi. ke, I'.. C,      L'rai.rook u
ii ciiizens' league iii Revel
huve struck u respoijsivo
chord iu the liearls ol tl.e c nnnunity
nnd we feci assured thai the results tu
be attained will be suUiciently Important to bring tl.e whole oily together
fur her miiiual benelit. Our citizens
must and will be protected but their
Bluest ninl best protection is tlio supreme reign ol t l<e law aud the guarantee that ordor and not chaos sha'l
control, in this direction is to he
found lhe salvation ot the situation,
and to this end conservative Revelstoke appeals to its lull citizenship,
IS
j. :•!. - ot. i.i-.l.
CO'IT   AND
W, l. Bring*.
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ll
, Etc.
irristers. Solicitors
Money to Loan
solicitors for molsons banr
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C
•I
as. a. McFARLANE
iSAYER .'i i 11EMIST
ires, Simple, by mall or exprcsi
. ■ prompt niii-iiti..ii.
Terra. Moderals.
•     ■     IImI if.J K.i*..... II. C
■nOBERT SMITH
JA
Provincial Land Surveyor,
'Mine Stiiveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 103, Revelstork,
E
1DWARD A HAGGEN
of
.MINIMI ENGINEER
i.Me.nl.e.    American    Institul
Mining Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstoke, li. Cl.
Mine Management, Examinations
nml Pu pot-is,
Reports compiled, Plans nnd Blue
Print* of Land, Timber Limits, Mines,
Mills un.l Buildings prepared in shape
for submission to prospective investors
or purchasers.
She flfoaiWIbevatb
"1 would .  ■  .  i-i..-.. tlyadvisothoir. Ior
ihi-irgooil to ordor this paper tu lie punctually
served up, nnd lo be luuktsl upon us a pail ol
the tea equipage."—Adu.son.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1007
RIGHT IS MIGHT.
We  have  been   informed  by  the
police that tbe missing man Murpby
wh se mysterious disappearance Iiu;
caused  an much   sensation   in lown
since   the assault   on   West  a few
weeks ago, haa been traced, and that
he l.as  sent  a  telegram, received on
M nday,  frum   Wolf  Island,    near
Kingston, Ontario, slating that he is
alright  and  that  lie will communicate with  the police here.   If this be
c rrect the- theory ol murder will drop,
which will be a great relief to Ilevelstoke. who has been not a little disturbed  over  the  whole business and
who would give anything to see lhe
fugitive  brought   to justice and the
affair expiated.   We also understand
that the  prisoner  Lawrence, whu so
far has led the police a long dance as
far as Calgary, is now on the prairies
and   that  the  mounted  police will
shortly  surround   him  and that his
capture  may  be effected at uny moment.    It  this be tbe case the law
should hold this offender as an example of what those who con....it outrage
iu onr midst may enpect.    That the
tough element in our city is in evidence is demonstrated almo t every
day and it   i:   high time a check wus
put upon the tide  ol  crime before it
becomes  loo  rampant     Let   us be
frank and look at lhe abhorn-i.l situation in the lace.   Are we working I
tbe protection of the citiiens when
such tbingi ii i..--'. iiappened during
tbe lut lew   fe.,,- in -till going on
Ii ■■ bl   -I ,-.-•—| -.:•-.;■   :' .1 tin- lako
ol I    I . nt— - •■ ng. oi mi    I tne ol
the ::.. f EMI   ttall  to -.-cure nu;nun
ity fr.... orime li to rid tbe community ! lh. - I thi ii •■ character! that
• tinhorn' element, ol which Rovi ';•
dike like nil other cltii - hai a lufli-
ciency. These degradi -'. S| ecimens ol
humanity carry awny tl.e hard earned
dollars ol some.J our citizens to be
spent in pursuit! not calculated to
bring profit tu the city and perhaps
create havoc in many homes. It is
this which lias i-.-en the direct can-..
ol tbe trouble tbat leads to vice and
crime, robbery aud violence. Piiniili
ment—swilt, sure, absolute for these
ureal im-, punishment that will deter,
that will awe Into silence, that will
Inspire fear ami respect for the luws ol
the community.    Not  punishment
that will crucify tl.e victim ns well as
tbe criminal, nor such aa will jeopardise ilf peace, tne lienor, the prosperity and the future ol the coniiniinily,
but a punishment tbat will extcrmin
ate the corrupt practices that ore so
rampant In our midst, It ia time
that tl.e citizens got tonctber for
mutual peace und protection un.l for
the defence and upholding ul lh.
moral standing ol the city.   It is gra-
MUTUAL BENEFIT,
Effort! ure being mode to establish
a distriot agricultural  association  in
Kevelstoke, or in other wolds u lair,
such ns is being hold in oilier cities.
There is ...ill.ing so convincing to outsiders  ns   direct  evidence  of the re-
sm.icisof il..- dislrict, demonstrated
ii/ actual   i xhihite  of almost tvery
branch .-I agricultural uud rural pursuits,   A city nf ilie size I Revelstoke
can easily support Buch a  movement
and   uill.   the Turf  Clllb  meet  us a
drawing c .r.l, on a regular district circuit und association, in which Gulden,
Vernon,   Kamloops un.l   Revelsinko
will  participate  the  formation of n
district  association   cm l.e easily in:
oomplisbed.    liy c.iahlisl.ing such a
scheme   in   our   midst,   the cily will
derive material benelit; the possibilities of ll.c. dist.iet nnd adjacent towns
wili l.e fully exploited; it  will  he ll.c
means..[ j.lining into closer union the
various communities ..round un, .ill uf
which   have  moro or less inlet.'-t in
Kevelstoke; ni.d tho demonstration of
what w . can produce in fruit growing
in agricultural and pastoral pursuits,
in domestic art and in  horticulture,
and litsily in giving praotioal proof iy
samples ol  lho  mineral  aud  forest
wealth (hnt lie at our doors.    We do
not wish to imply thnt we want it nil
for ourselves, nor are we so selfish us
to imagine, that everything must give
way to  Kevelstoke.     By   joining   in
with other oities, tho scope of industry   will   be   enlarged   and   better
quality, especial in turf events, will be
obtained und the  expansion  derived
from those comparisons will tend to
broaden the views and idc.ts of our
people and tend to develop ut a higher
standard the progressive movement for
which we nre all aiming.
FIRST ANNUAL
C.P.R. Pi
CANADA'S  CLIMATE.
From Oil degrees in tlie shnde to u
temperature somewhere abcut 00 degrees or less is indeed u  sudden  nnd
mm ked change iuul  in   spite  ol   the
damp and unpleasant condition of the
ground underfoot, there will be no .me
but will welcome this change.    Situ
.tted ns Revelstoke is, hemmed in with
mountains, Biidden  changes nre only
to  be expected, yet  it  cannot   be
gainsaid that   Kevelstoke climate ns n
while is healthy and pleasant.    Eminent traveller*  hnve  disagreed  considerably on tlie  superiority  of  the
Canadian climate ovor that  .1 Great
Britain, but it is generally  conceded
thut tl.e [urmer hns the | aim und it is
Bate to say that this opinion is  shared
by a large majority ol the old country
people who have  become Canadians.
Fur one of them to return to England
bi cause  the Canadian climate is not
healthy enough is  unheard  ol,  but
hundteds ol   Englishmen  have emigrated to Canadu solely on account i f
its fame as a health  resort.    Thousands more would come, il they were
quite free from tho superstition  that
Canadian winters are unusually lovere,
In every country on the glo -
an- unusual climatic conditions occasionally to l.e met wiih ind Canada
ii no exci ption.    It may be that the
English April and  Mny sur| as
ipring monthi i ut there tbe  idvan-
tagi -; Is Canada's dimate, however,
:-   :. ■ ted to tl       Miii- in ti e
year,   Th. e ,- oni ugh ol il I
over twolv.   -.iiii.  something
I rnlih .  il I r a Eui p. an
When a i    titry finds
i- ,..-• .li,--.- tbe wi ithei - o
month  .-r seaion  ono is j        I
i .-■   :-j ici ri that the i
li in atmospherical blackshsi p   Many
.. widely advertised health n ■ rl      *
b.-en I nilt up on  li it weather than
would lit out an average  nth else-
whero, Canad i and Britiah Columbia
in particular i-1 o mntry to live in .ill
the year round, and Revelstoke has
about an equable el.mate as can be
lound anywhere, Poopledo not Ireeze
to death bore In iiimmor, ..,> they do
in the Arctl cirole, cr do they perish
ol the heat . ii Christmas day as in
Australia, From tho blizzard and
-fi.i.-l.oke an- wo shielded and those
who an- seeking an average olimati lo
live in c.ii.n.it. do ho'-toi than drop
In here.
SILVER DOLLAR
Trout Lake, Aug, ii.--n i progress
H being made on   tbe  Silver   Dollar
under tho Biiporvlson -.1 l„ E, lleok,
The compressor und mach noi are
working continuously,  and  iu  tbo
north drilt lhe lace is nil in good oi...
The bins at tbe mill ..re being Ullcd
.villi ore in ri tidiness for tl.e ini i.l
un   ul   tho   mill,   which   will he in
tifyiug io leel ibut in urging the lor-1 Saturday next,
A Pronounced Success—Albert
Canyon Ideal Resort Ovor
2GJ Excursionists;Make Holiday.
The depot was a busy and animated
scene u... Sittur.iay morning Inst when,
chid   in   holiday utiire, loaded with
baskets lull nf good things und glad in
tlie anticipation of an enjoyuhlo dny's
sport, lhc 0 P.R. employees und llieir
Iriends entrained  in  a ocmfortub.e
special fur Albert Canyon.   As tl.e excursion pulled ...it,   the   elements
which Ind been looking on with evident disapproval veined their wrath in
a  hoov)  thunder nnd   rain storm.
Ruin  fell steadily during tbe. trip to
tl.e Canyon, bul cleared a littlo tu permit   of   lhe  cummencc...cut  of   ll.c
spuria, which wero started soon after
arrival  on  the gnu ds.     A cricket
mutch,   Flume  Guards    v.   Bo.....ers
started  tl.e  ball  tolling, the mutch
being called off alter half nn hour's
play Ly llie ruin which got busy again
driving lhe crowds under uny available shelter,    l'lie time wns passed iu
various impromptu amusements, the
good people of  lhe  Canyou making
open house lor their visit -rs.   A call
tu lunch was generally responded lo,
aud forgetful ol the ruin, that fell in
stonily, continuous sheets, blotting nut
tl.e landscape and making little laktS
nil over thc grounds, all hands lell iu
readily, baskets, bags, h.unpeis  .u.d
boxes disgorging n  bountiful supply
of   d .i.itioa  to suit till i-alettes.   The
inner mnn rolrcshed, and the lint that
a  watery sun wus pushing bis way
through tlii?- thick veil ..! mist, us if to
see whether l.iiiiiniii'y hud missed hini
very much, raised   the  spirits ul  the
holiday  makers nud  when ihe rain
ceased and the guud old ai.u hurst uut
in hot beams, drying tbe ground and
chasing nway   the clouds, a freshen
lliusiami seized nno nud  all, und at
adjournment was made tu the spurts
ground, where  the  many interesting
nnd amusing events were successfully
pulled off.
No more ideal spit could be found
for it picnic ur day's until.g than Albert Canyon. Superb scenery, excellent facilities for games..f ull kinds,
the ease uf uccess (rom Revelsloke
and above all the genuine kindness
and hospitality of the villagers who
cnn not do loo much fur any visitor or
visitors who come tbeir way. On
Saturday many took thc advantage ol
the holiday and |>'C.,i„ ...forded by the
C.I'.R. employees and over 220 people
got out at ihe Canyon,
Albert. Canyon has a bright l.itiitT
belore it, and the average t. urist and
sportsman is generally unaware, aa he
pusses through the gorge that he is
go.ug l.y some of the finest Country
in tho province fur the.r reap ctivo
pursuits.
The  Uail-Herald   repr utatiie
took advantage ol th - p| rtu .ity
offered - n Saturday to ,-ieit s in ol
the ohief p Inti -1 in en sl
a doubt th. acl I .ere ... h -
sj - ings - Al eil Cany, n r ill ,-erj
*  ■:. i ring tl    .-.      -..'     laiti
id.....:.
could shedi
guidance  I Mr i'. i- real     ir  _■ ..
fi       ti    iting    st, we I
forest on a » .•-. .
- i]
!..     - i    'mi ;        - j    f    ■
ferns .... I . . .nl . ik ng
a i-l.nn: og so liked among
the vista       g md fir.
Water  there   -   li    - -
domestic is   - at  pu •
poses,
mm iteati b bath
lie, a
covering the bs evert.
.- d u*. ...il
I mirth tha
■ .
lulgi
...ti.     lltei -   •
cater" and
disporting   in   th.       un
i   , il   .
v.v.lying - ■'. li tol I
w n.-r.    I...   -i,n.ig. contain a large
percentage ol lithia ind other
ients which should m.1
valuable, and with  thi,
alone, apart irum the nai ire    - ■
.1   ,.- vicinity, Albert Can) n  ■   u d
mako f. popular tourist  resort,   Improvement! on ll.e bath house u d its
access could lie made and man) nd li
tions could ho put on to ron ler lho
accommodation there more    ii il
Refreshed with th irvo giving water
we returned once moro to the bus)
scene .... thc grounds whoro baseball,
C, I'. K. Bookshop giant.*   v.   Ro I-
house rushors wns ... progroBi, the
interest in the gnme boing loudly
evinced,    At  the conclusion ol tho
events the liundsoine prizes were
..warded and ll.e crowd broke up Into
parlies to Iill ill time iill the departure ..I the train Many visited the
springs, while ..then went berry pbk
ing and a low took the Wavorly mine
trail. I
In spitu >,l tl...   r.
very enj .ynblc ami
spirits  Hag.      Th
wo.k'. 1 hard to nial,
Oi-ss and iron. .11 ac
i ihe day was1
n oi ce did their
Bpor's officials I
tl.e affair a eilC-
....it*,   tl.e  sum-1
w . — —BMW—a. »
THE MOLSON
ra
BA]
\K
n..-r picnic uf tlie 0. P. ll. employees
mi! n- an annual alitor. The speoial
iron hauled iiy No lllafi, wirted at the
canyon all day, ..ml thn enn were
used aa diners during ilie rain by j
iheae who could n it liiul r mm in
private houses. All sp.-.ik in highest j
terms of the management and of the
kindness ot tho canyon people. The
future of that district i* assured, und
wilh the construction of a lurge tourist hotel, which Iho cany ,n will easily
warrant, and with tin- attractions el
the vicinity lully exploited Revelstoke
in timo will have a valuable and in-
llmi.tinlsul.il i'l..
A rallying ooll iy lhc engine whistle
warned those who had waudered alii Id
thai it was time to hum.I Ihe enrs ...id
as tlio several Utile parties drilled
home It*, in iiig.e no -k and Inrcat gludu
loaded with berries and wild ll ..vers,
tl.e merry talk ni.d i butler, good
lm i.i-ii-d chuff and I .lighter of the
or wd, mu it huvo been music it. tlie
ears ..I the pionio promotois, who will
now feel assured tlmt a ...ure harmonious nnd thoroughly satisfied throng
bus novel' lelt Revel-toke on n holiday
jaunt. "All iiboaid," und with cheering and waving of handkerchiefs, the
th'td yet happy pionicors swept homo-
ward behind the 1055,
locorporatotl l.y Act :( I'.i.li't n....t, IH"..   ^
HEAT) OFFLCE, • - WON'!
WM, MOLS.IN MAl'l'IIKIiSON, Pies. S. II. liWINH, Vi
James Elliot, Gi<.i..|...l Manager.
UK A I...
.V-lYl'S,
Cap iol paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
in Canii.lii und Agencies in .ill parts of lho
fi year nt entreat rates m. Savings
Sixty-two bun
world,
Inl -i-.-.tc.-eililed Font- li
Ha..!, d-posits, until further
\M. II. PRATT, Manager,
Rkveutcke, B. 0,
il. W.
TAXIDERMI
l.i-ir Heads. A..-, il.
Ml I *
AlliflMf    l:i.
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1' ... Hex i.l.
Khali.
.. s. an.l ll.. vis A v.
II. lelMO'lfH,
WILSON'S
FLY
PADS
 SOLD BV	
DRUCC1STS, MtOCERI MD CEHERAL 8T0RES
,00. v" pnokM, or S packet! f»r lie
will lu, • wholt Kttaion.
Bring Your Purse
Along With You
Itiiiui. S'oi-c if ymi want lo p.U'uliuse
a New Carpet, Pine Oriental or Wil-
lull rug, in..King or linoleum nud see
huw niiieli further its contents will
inki* you in purchasing thun it will ui
uny othei Blow In tlie city. Our
Spring styles are ready for yuur
s.-l.-clion.
IL HOWSON & COMPANY
J. Mc.iVTYHE & SOU
Pull line ..[ .i.e. i
Produce, Men's S
fresh stock ..'way.
lowest prices,
FIRST STREET,
'..- ..ml Daiiy
n| plies,  Eic
arriving
nt
mr noon to
CITV MSTAUrANT
E. A. SPRING
HARKEPS   AND  B.'IOT  K -f.UFACTURER
Place
Ilium's
un.l I'..
..-Mnnil-l
ey I.call..
■ yoli.'
I tools
vmvi!mB3saixmaBimaiixai^swmaxameJKattrjijfitBxms!»!immimmmai
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
Import direct from Country ol origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
ILEVELSTOKE.  id. O.
KiasdE^ar.^Tft-waiwci-^.^iw-a'ifSGai *ntf.iEwe.'.'fflHreiiK
*** V\VtVV4.% VV%%%*V%VI^%1k%%%V«^*-lt,-V*lV*'% VI
One pa.cl.ot
hat actually
killed a bushel
of Woe.
LOCal RCf7.fi9t0.ifl
Socialist Party of Canada
Meet* First ami 'I't,ir.l IVmliicsilay iii tliu montli
in Halkirk II ill, upstairs, at 8 p.m. Siil.Ji.rt tor
iiis.-ii*-ii.ii -"Arrattianieiit ..( I'.ii.italisiu." All
iiii...-1-s....l are tvelcotno.
C. W. 0. w.
Mountain Vlow Camp, No. 539.
Mi-el- Second and fourth Wodnostiaya in
....ifi. ........li. in Selkirk Hull.   Visiting Wood-
man cordially invited io attend.
w. D. AitMSTItON'H.Con. Com.
II. W. KllWAKDS, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE AtRIE No. 432.
r. 0- b-
Tl.e regular meetings are hold in thn Solkirk
Hull wcrv 2nd and lth Tunsday eventon at S
u'lfliic,,. Visiting brethren are cordially Invited.
II, ... UUOWN, PnualDBNT.
W.H. Mi-LA I i III.IN.S...-HCT.1I.V.
Kootin.iv Lou-o No 15 A.F,ftJA-ltt,
V   I
P.   BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.
HI-*.AU OKKIOK i   C1A1.0AIIV,   Al.ln-l.ir.l.
Wholesale and Retn.il Meat Pitorchants
t'.irk Pnchora nii.l Ounlor   in l,ivn Si k
'''owns i.f AlltiTtn. liritish ....iiiitil.if, f.i.,1 Hi
Lia. ur   or" Haius an I lie-...., fin! Shun
ttVtnH'HVt.tlUHWMtt
Markets ii. all thu iiritii-i..:.! (fines nml
Yukon. Puckers ol lhu CalulmiUnl lltainl
'f fit in I. I.,-.I i.ul
l.V**V% •»
i
MAIL 0RDEI*3 GACEFUI.L? ATTENDED TO
FIRST STREET
CEMENT BLOCKS
Miiiiuftictiiroil For til) rlnssoafof buildliitf**
CEIW ADD LIME FOR SAI.E
All I liirifgtf ImlldlnshikI iliisloriii*-,'
uii.lurtti.'i'ii.
A.PWtCUW, • REVFLS10KE
THE    OPPORTUNITY
To Buy Property in and Around
KEVELSTOKE   IS    KCW!
Nover Again will It be go Low
I have lor salt* the following.—
Ono Collage, conior Charles anil
Douglas St.—$8oO| easy terms.
Two Houses, Third St.--$1,500
each.
One House, corner King and
Fronl Sis,—$1,700,
One Mouse on Douglas Sl —$800.
Eighl Acres just outside tlio Cily
Limit*- suitable for fruit—$100 per
aero. Together Willi larger lols
of Fruit Lands near lhe (."ilj.
Also one 2**; loot Inl  suitable for
business siu* on First Street, close
to McKenzie Ave.
For full pariicul.irs apply lo; -
W.   B.   KOtffcRTSGN
Revelstoke, B. 0.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. MCMAHON, - FIRSTSTREET
For Agricultural Imploments. Carriages, Wngons'i Bto,,|tJolm
DaiTo Ploughs, Moliiio Wagons, ('windR Cnrri'iRe t'umimny's
Dugglos, IMiinoi jr., QnrdMi Siwlurs nud Cultivators, Wlieol-
wr.ifhl uud   Blacksmith   Wnrk   HttOiidod   tn.    Hur.-n Slinoiug a
Specialty,
Tho regular meet
lllge uiv lii'ltl in tlU
Masonic Temple,
Md Fellows Half,oi
Wn third Monday It
taoh mouth a
.l.m VUittagbruth
ren cordially wel
come
1/. a.i   i" 1 NUER, Bkcrktary.
BE-KIRK LOD >B, NO 12. 1.0.0, F,
fit
NEGLECTED EYES
E.W.B. PAGET
Express
Draying
Storage
All Kinds ol tight and Heavy
Hauling Undertaken
■a. ; -.
ng in Stflkirli
Hall at 8 o'clock.
Visiting hretli.-.;.. cor-
ilmllj- invili-fi to attend
.1 MA1HIK, s.c
Cold Hinge Lodge, K. ol  P.,
No. 26, Rr-j.-iatolie, D, C.
M-   .-.v..i.V WEDSE8DAY,
f-I «.ill....|l;iv ol
nth   ■: lhe Oddfellows'
1.   *   - 'clock.    Visiting
ire   .MiMiily nvltmi.
M   I'
ii  ..' ii ,v s
ii. i, BROWN, St. ..IF
BRICKS! BRICKS!! BRICKS!!
k in the Province.
Well burnt  Ut-i.-k in la.ge nr
fiuantll -.-- al  Reamnahle
l'n.-.- .
ENDERBY BRICK & TILE CO.
FNDERBY,  B. C.
Improperly fitted glasses are worse than
no glasses and neglected eyes oflen means
blindness.
Onr Optical Department is in charge o
Mr. M. S. Hastings, Ref. IX, and positively guarantee satisfaction.
11 lias been proven Ihal oo per cent, of
beadact.es .ire caused by defective eyes
and it din's not follow lhat because you
have good cycsiglu Ilinl your eyes ure nol
deleclivc.
Have your eyes attended lo now
save trouble and expense.
fimi
jbwblers aso opticians
Nf.xt to Imperial Bank
HASTINGS, DOYLE AND aLLUI, LTD.
Central Hotel
Z3s»-_ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
Newly built,    Firet-class in every repped.   All modern convenient.''
Large fSuraiile Roomn.
Ra.es $1.60 per Day. Speci I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same mana-jcmem
SAFES, PIANOS, CTC
Dealer In Wood, Cual nn:i Fi.
Phone 71. House Pli.
ORIENTAL HOTEL-o
suitably furnished wilh the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $i a day.   Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT    STOHSTE     PEOP.
it
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Court of Revision.
N....ice i» hereby given that the lirat
silting of tl.e (Join-till Revision In revise iuul correct the Assessment Hull
as prepared by the Assessor fot-the
(lily tif Hevelsluke for the year 111117,
will lie held at tl.e Council Ohamlier,
(Jitv Hull, Revelatoke, U.d., on Wednesday, Septemher Ith, 11W7, at 7:W
p.m.
td 11. FLOYD,
Oity Clerk.
Best brands oi Wines, Liquorsand Cigars, Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
I lute
Proprietor
/ Hotel.
J CHIEF   YOUNG,
iii.        ii   m   ,    - Ior
rom V   ■ ip. -.■
ivi r. Peril g  *■■ -I
-.   ,
..    .o Hil then
nu   . [. cited.
Jas. i. Woodrow.
[,;: MONEY SAVING
H     -SAVING SOAP
Boyal (ir.*.. k....|—
mado in V.i..'".uver—l.nr/e.-t
-..:.|. I'anlory well '.I Winnipeg,    Mouse cleaning and
-.v..-.Ini fire.-i.-y with ilaholp,
And thc money saving is the
Premium System
Bwikll ' l.'lln win.t iv glvo I'.r
Roval Crown Wnppen. Bond
(ur Ib—Freo—'Also try the
Boap,
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
HOTEL VICTORIA
ROBT
'Under   New   Management)
LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,   B,   C.
Kirst-cliiH accommodation fur travellers
llesl lirun.ls of Wines, Spiritfl, and
(lignrf.
RATES   SI   AND   $160   PER   DAY
FREE   BUS   MEETS   ALL   TRAINS
BULBS
From France, Holland and
Japan
SEEDS! TREES!
PLANTS!
FOR FALL PLANTING
reliable varieties at roinnnnlilo prices.
Fertilizers, lite Supplier, Spray Pumpi
Spraying Miuoiiiilj Cut Flowers, etc.
Oldest estiiblislii'd unriery on the
mainland ol Il.C.   Catalogue free,
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
OBHNHOUIEB AND IIIDH0U9I3 VAKCOUVI«,S.O.
James Evans
MEAT MARKET
Healer, in Heel, I'nrk, Mlltton,
I'uiillry, Kiili Mil I'liii"' in
Heasiiii. (I..Inn promptly at-
ten.led I...
First St. Revelstoke
WAH CHUNG
All kinds of Green Vegetables ready (or the Market.
Fresh local grown Strawberries $,1.25 and $3.50 Per
Irate.
Ripe Gooseberries 10c.
Per Lb.	
Front Street, Revelstoke
TELEPHONE 2D,
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium.
Under the new management of
llAHllY  McINTOSH,     oll'min   Houso
Rossland.
mllK MEDICAL WATERS of Ual-
I eyou me the most curative in tho
world. A perfect, n.il.uial remedy for
all Ne.vous and Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure
tor "That. Tired Feeling." Special
rates on all bouts and trains, Two
...nils airive nnd di ait. every day,
Telegrn h riiiiiimin nti.m with all
niar.n of the world.
TERMS- $11! to $1S per week. For
fin ther particulars apply lo
HARRY McINTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrotv Lake. 9, C
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.  WELLS,
Exporter of Furs,
:
t T
k
i
MONEY SAVED
1
<
9 c
A SAVING OF
25c. to 50c. on the $
CAN BE MADE ON
Your Grocery, Clothing
Drygoods and Shoe Bills
BY DEALING WITH US
ALL  GOODS  ARE QUOTED
EXPRESS OR FREIGHT
PREPAID
WE PAY FREIGHT to any railway station
in Western Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alber.i. and British Columbia.
Write for our Latest Prioe List, ii Is
mulled Iree un request.
We only handle the'deal goods money
can b..y, only goods of besl mills, manufacturers and packers shipped,
We make Prompt Shipments.
We absolutely guarantee satisfaction
and Delivery.
All Goods Guaranteed or Money Refunded.
1. is u duty to Yuu, lo Your Family and
lu your Pocket Hook to investigate our
prices.
We do nol belong 10 Iho Jobbers' or
Retailers' Guild or Association or any
nu*!.
References. Any Bank, Railway or
Express Con.pany in Ihe Cily, or the
names of twenty iliousfiiul satisfied cus
lo.iters in ilie lour provinces.
Write for Our Price List To-day.
Northwestern   Supply   House
239 and 361 Stanley Street
WINNIPEG - •        MANITOBA
Rilles, Shotguns. Revolvers.
Fishing Tackle, Tents, Hunting and Outing Hi.ils Canoes.
Runts, Typewriters and Olliee
D.-sl Field and Open Classes,
All at less lhnn half price.
Write at once for big list,
SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE
Nauwigowauk, N. R., Canada.
WANTED!!
TIMBERJJMITS!!
Parties having staked good Timber Limits on Columbia lliver or
its tributaries, and who wish to
dispose of sume, can meet us ut tbe
UNION HOTEL
REVELSTOKE, B. C,
Aug. 8th, 9th, 10th, 1907
Call on us if you have anything
good to offer.
H. J HA8KAMP    -     H. THIEN
Afler (Lite mentioned write to
GREAT NORTHERN LUMBER CO.
Limited.
HUMHOLDT, SASKATCHEWAN.
NOTIGE
Kevelstoke Land District,
District of Wost Kootenay,
Take notice that Bosnian Lumber Company,
Ltd., nf Ilevelstoke, B. C, occupation Lumber
Manufacturers, Intends to npply for ;i special
timber licence over the following described
lnmls:
Commencing ata tost planted on the south
Bide o( northeast arm Upper Arrow Lake and
marked "Bowman Lumber Company's N. K.
coiner posl," thence enst SO chuiii-sthunco south
Wi chains, thenee west ;H' chains, tlu-nce north
80 chains to uoitli of oommenoomont, and con*
tattling MO aerea, in* re or less
Dated Jul? 31, IM.
BOWMAN LUMBKH COMPANY, Ltd.
wag"    By their Agent, John G. McCarthy.
NOTIGE
Kevelstoke Land District,
Uistrlct of West Kooicnay.
Tnke notice lhat wc. Lamb-Wat son Lumber
Co., Lid , ul Arrowhead, occupation Millown-
cw, in end l - apply for permission to purchase
thu following described hunt:
CommeiiciiiK at a poet, plunted at the S K,
cornerof Halpli Simpson"* application, Galena
1 ay, thenco north s> chains, Uience cast in
chains, thenco north 20 chain-, llienee east2n
cliains, theuce south 20 elinins mure or less to
Galena Bay, Ihenee southwesterly along norlli
shoreof Galena Uny to pointof commencement.
Dated 23rd July, 10W,
Lamb-Watson LUMUBtt Co., Ltd.,
wed aug7 O. B. N. Wilkie, Agent.
NOTICE
Beveitt oke I-and District.
District of West Koo1 enay.
Tnke notice that C, A. Freeman of Kaslo, B.
O.i occupation Miner, intends to apply for
special limber licences over the following described lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted on tho
nurih sidi! of Drift Creel-, about 1 miles from
the Lardeau Itiver, theuce west in chains,
theuce north lOOchains,thoncocast 40chains,
thence south 101 chains.
•i ('ommenclng at a post planted mi the
north sldo of Drift Creek, about 3 miles from
the Urdeau Biver, theuce north 10 chains,
tlience east Ifli) chains, tlionco soulli-lOchains,
thenee west 100 chains.
;t Commencing al a post plantod on lho
north side of Drift Croek, about 'i\ mi,its fnnn
tho Lardeau lllver. lhcuce west lu eliains,
thence nortl) 10u chains, ihonoe east 10 ehains,
thence soulh UK) chains.
Hated June 15th, 1007.
Hat Jly 13 C. A, rSKKMAN
NOTIGE
Notice Ih hereby given that the undersigned propose to in-'iuporute n Company, to bo known u
the "Ciiliiuihi ■ Uiver "Irnmwuy company, Limited," under the Tramway Oompany Incorporation
Acl ninl Amending Acts, Willi power to build,
maintain nud Operate a double or Dingle track
railway or tramway with the necesuury branch
lines, Hide-tracks, switches, turnoiits, pules.wlrea,
conduits ami appliances upon,along or over any
lauds situate in that part of the District of West
Kootenay in tlm 1'rovhiuo of ItrlMsh Coluiiiliia
comprised within that certain area within a radius
of Hve miles from Death Rapids In tho Dlstrictof
West Kootonay, to carry passengers and freight
and to uso mien motive power as may be deemed
advisable and for other purposes,
Tho general nuito of said proposed rallwuy or
tramway Is as followsi Beginning at a point on
l-lii' itmiK nf the Columbia Itiver near lliu foot of
Priest llapids In West Kootenay District, thonce
In a northerly direction along the valloy til tlio
i.'olniulii.i lliver to a point at or near the nunilli of
Fissure Creek.
Dated this 24th day ol July, iiiuv.
T, KtLpATBlQK.
A. K. KINCAID,
Hat Jly 37 80(1 K. MeOARTV,
 Cl, H. McOA it I IC ll
NOTICR,
West Kootenay Land District. Dislricl of Rev-
elsioke, B.U. Take imtiee that Uuport William
Haggen, of Hevelstoko, H.C., occupation liisnr-
aneo Agent, Intends to apply for permission to
purchasu tlm following described litndi-Coiii-
mom ing at a \i ist plautod on tlm western shore of
Upper Arrow Lake, at Hummck Point, uml mark-
on ' It W, llaggon's south-cast eorner posl,"
nit miii' about :<i) ihalns from lln* souther:) extroiip
Ity of lluiiiioi-k Point, tlmiico mirth in chain* to
tlm Hoiitht-rn Ihui ml.11 y of George Ui-yeTs pre-emp-
tli.n, thoneo westHI chains lu the ouhIoni Ixnjuil-
111 y of Lot HI I, tliiineit Hiuilli 'All chilm, to the niun.*
of Upper Arrow Lake, tlmiico ensl folluwlitg tin,
shore of Upper Arrow Lake to pbteo of ContinotlCO-
inout, rniiiuiiig an area of 100 acres, more or Ions,
Dated July With, 1007,  Uuport Williams Uaggou,
NOTICE
Revelsloke Laml Districl.
Dislrict of West Kootenny.
Take notice thnl Hugh McLean, of
Kevelstoke, IL C, occupation Prospector
intends lo apply for special limber licences
ovor llie following described laiuls:
1. Commencing at a posi pkwlcd at
[Uo. north-west corner oi T. '<■ 'KS'.
inarked "Hugh McLean's north-east corner," Ihence wesl .So chnlns Ihence soulh
to chains, thence ous. 80 ili.iins, thonoo
norlh So chainslo poiul « commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less,
2. Commoncing nt a post planted 2%
miles west ol Columbia Kivor and i)<\
miles soulh ol Smith Croek, and murked
"Hugh McLean's norlh-easl cornerpost,"
Ihence south 80 chains, Ihence wost 80
ohains, thenoe north 80 chains, thence
oast 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
3. Commencing at a post planted 3'i
miles west of Columbia Kiver and 3^
miles south of Smith Creek and inarked
"Hugh McLean's north-east cornei- posl,"
thence south 80 chains, thonce west 80
chains, thonco north 80 chains, Ihence oasl
So chains io point of commencement] conlaining O40 acres more or less.
4. Commencing al a post planled 4
miles wesl of Columbia Kiver and 44
miles soulh of Smith Creek, and marked
"Hugh McLean's norlh-easl corner posl,"
Ihence soulh 80 chains, Ihence wesl 80
chains, Ihence north 80 chains, ihonce
oast 80 ohains to point ol commencement,
conlaining (140 acres more or less,
5. Commoncing at a posl planted
miles wesi of Columbia Uiver, and 7 mile
soulh of lhe mouth of Smilli Creek, and
marked "Hugh McLean's north-east corner post," thenoe soulh 80 chains, ihence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to pointof commoncement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
6. Commencing at a post planted 4
miles west of Columbia Kiver and 7 miles
soulli of lhe mouth of Smith Creek nnd
marked "Hugh McLean's north-east corner post," Ihence soulh 80 chains, llionce
wesl 80 chains, thence north 80 eliains,
ihence east 80 chains to point of com-
mencement, conlaining 640 acres more or
less,
7. Commencingat apost plained 2%
miles west of Columbia River and 2 miles
north of Forty-nine Creek, aud marked
"Hugh McLean's north-enst corner post,"
thonce soulh 80 chains, thence wesl 80
ohains, thence north 80 chains, thence
eest 80 ehains to point of commencement,
coutnining 640 acres more or less.
8. Commencing al a post planted 3-J
miles west of Columbia Kiver and 2 miles
north of Forty-nine Creek, and marked
"Hugh McLean's north-east corner post,"
tbenco south 80 ohains, Ihonoe west Bo
ohaius, Ihence  norlh 80  chains,  thence
ast 80 chains to pointof commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less,
g. Comincncing at a posl planled 011
lhe noith hank of Forty-nine Creek, 5
miles wesl of Columbia River, andmarked
"Hugh McLean's south-east corner post,"
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
hains, thence south 80 chains, Ihence
ast 80 chaius to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated Julv 6th, 1907. .
io.   Commencing at a post planted on
lhe north  bank  ol   Forty-nine   Creek, 5
liles west of Columbia Kiver, and marked
Hugh McLean's north-east corner posl
thence south  80  chains, thence west 80
chains,   ihence  norlh 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point ot commencement,
conlaining 640 acres more or less,
ih Commencing at a post planted J
mile north of Forty-nine Creek, 6 miles
west  ot  Columbia   River,  and  marked
Hugh McLean's soulh-east corner post,
thence north 80 chains, lhcuce  wesl 80
chains,   thence  south  80 chains, ihence
east 80 chains to point ot commencement,
conlaining 640 acres more or less.
12. Coinmeneing at a post planted J
mile north ol' Forty-nine Creek, 6 miles
west of Columbia River, and marked
"Hugh McLean's norlh east corner post,
ihence south 80 ohains, thence wesi 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, Ihonce
east 80 chains to point of commencemeni
containing 640 acres more or less.
13. Commencing at a post planted 4
miles wesl of Columbia Riverand jJ mile
south of Smith Creek, and inarked "Hugh
McLean's south-easl corner post," thenco
norlh 80 chains, ihence wesl 80 chains,
thence soulh 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to poinl of comniencemont, containing 640 acres more or less.
14. Commencing at a post planted 3J
miles west of Columbia Rivor aud 2*\ mil
south of Smith Creok, and marked "Hugh
McLean's north-easl comer posl,1'thonce
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, Ihence east 80
chains to point of commencement, conlaining 640 acres more or less.
15. Commencing al a post planted 5
miles west from Columbia River and 2
miles south of Smith Creek, and marked
"Hugh McLean's soulh-east corner posl,"
Ihence norlh 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence soulh 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to poim ot commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
16. Commencing at a post planted 4.J
miles west of Columbia Riverand i\ miles
south of Smilli Creek, and inarked "Hugh
McLean's north-easl corner post," thence
wesl 80 chains, thencesouth 80 cliiiins,
ihence east 80 chaius, Ihence north 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Daled July 7G1, 1907.
sat aug 3 HUOll McLKAN.
NOTK
jVj.
NUHUt
RcvnlKtiikc Und DWrlut,
DisirleUf W.-i Kootenny.
'fako notice   ihu    Warren   Andrews, of
llcvelhtoki", ll iV, I' nsp ,.'ior. Intends to applj
fi,rs|u'i-inl liiu'i'i' |..*i*ii-i> over lhc foiluwiiin
described l.i ils:
1. i iin'witig 11! a post plantod nn norlli
cnsl corner .,( T. L vm, ami marked ' W. An
drown' N, W enii'i-," theuco caBtfinchnlns,
iliotiro ->oiith 80 cluilna, tin mo westBOuMus
ihonoe norlh mi uliains to pointol commence
ment, containing iilu acres mon- or le--:
2. Commencing lit a post planted al lh;
•■mrli en-i corner uf T L (12511, and marked "W.
\ mile ws* 8 VV. 1 orner," thence east SJ chain-.
ihence nortli so ohnlna, theuco west 80chain*
l hence south SO chains to 1 oinl of commencement, conlaining 010 acres more or low.
3. Commencing al a posl planted nt the
south-east cumer uf T.L. 7800, and marked "VV
Andrews' B.W. corner," Ihenco north SO chnius,
•henco east, W) chains, thuneesouth80chains,
thence west so uliains to point, of commencement, containing MO acres more or less.
L Coinineneilig at a pn-t plnnletl ul, lhe
south-east corner of T.L (807, nnd u arked " W.
Andrews'S \V. oorner," thonoo ensl .snchain-.
thonoo north 8J chains, thenoe wesl gn ohaius,
thence suulh 80 chains Io point of commence-
meiiL, containing 610 acres moro or less,
,1. Commoncing at a post planted al the
s iuth*east cornor <>f T.L. 7808, and markeil "W,
Andrews' S.W'. oornor," thonco cast 60 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thonce west 80 chains,
tlionco south S'l cliiiins tu point uf commencement, containing oiu acres more or less,
il, Commoncing al a noat planted at the
south-oast oorner uf T L. 7809, and inarked "W
Andrews'8, W. cormr," thenceeast 91 chains,
thenee north 8n chains, theme wosl80ohains,
thence smith Kii chalna to point of con m I1C0-
Hi-mi., conliiiiiiiig OP) acres mure or I s.
7. Communcing at a post planlu.1 nt the
rtOUttl'Oast COmer of T L. *8ll), and markeil "W,
Andrews' s.w. curnor," thonce ea-*t su clmins,
iheuce norlh 80 chains.thence west SO cliains,
tiu'ut'o south 80 chain* to point of commence*
meut, containing iilu acres more or less,
Dated June 28th, 11*07.
8, Commonclng at a post planted 80 chains
cast uf soulh-east corner of T. L 7810,ami
marked "W.Audrows1 N.W. cornor,-'thenoo
east 8u chains, tlu-nce soulh 80 ohains, thenoo
west 80 ohaius, thonco north 80 ohains to point
of cuiiiinoueemeiii. containing010acres more ur
less
!l. Oommonolng at a post planted 80 chains
enst of soinh-east corner of T. L, 7809, and
uiniked "W, Andrews nurth-west corner."
thenoo east Uill chains, thence south ill chuius,
thunce west IliO chains, thenc north 10 ohains to
puint uf uDniuijuc'i, Oil1-) acres mure or less.
in. Commonolng at a post planted so cliaim
east uf north-east corner of T. L. 7tW7, and
mnrkeil "VV, uuirews' S.W.corner," thence
unit 100chains, thouce north lOchains, thenee
west iti'i chiitis, -.honoo soutli in chaius lu
pointof commencunient,containing 040 noro*
mure ur le-s,
11. Commoncing at a post planted sochains
oust of north-east comer of T.L. 7807,and
mnrked "VV. Andrews' N.W, oorner," thoncu
nasi IC'J ehuins, tlienco south it) chnius, thonce
wesl UK) chains, thenoe north Ul chains to puint
of commencement, containing 0U acres more
ur less
12. Commonclng at a post planted 80 chains
cast oi souih-easi cornur uf T. L. 7807, and
marked "W. Androws'ti, W. oorner," thencu
easblOil chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
west 10il chains, thenco south iO chains to poim
of commencement, containing 010 aores more
or le&B,
13. Umuineiiiihig at a pis', planted su elinins
east of iioiiii-iji.iL coruer of T. L. 7a0i, and
marked "W. An trews' N.W. eorner," thenceeast
nw chains, theueo soutli io cha.ns, thence west Hi'>
chains, thun.'e north 40 ohains to place of com-
meueemeiit, containing 010 acres more or less.
11. Co.amciioliig at a post planted 80 chains
castofrtoiith-etstuoraerofT.L. 7*10 andmarked
"W, Andrews' s. W. corner," thenco east 100
chains, thonee imrlli in chains, tlienee west mu
eliains, llieueo suuth iu chains to point of commencement, containing OW acres more or less.
Dated June -Mil 101)7.
sat aii* 3 WAUUE.V A KDttBWS.
NOTICE
Ki'Vi'lMokr Laud District.
Dihti'lct of Wesl Kooleuay.
Take notieu that Karl Stevens of Ilnwscr,
I). Oi, occupation Luiiilit-i-umn, Intends to apply
tor special timber licence*-uver thc following
described lauds:
1. Commencing at a post planted on the
north side of Drift Croek, about four miles
frum thu ljurdcau HI ver; llmncu east il) e haius,
thencu norlh liin ehains, theuce wesl lo chains,
theuce suulh 100 chaius,
i. Cuiuuicnclng at a posl planted un the
north side of Drift Creek, about BM miles from
the Lardeau Kiver, thence north io chains,
liionco east 160 chains, thencesouth 10chains,
thencu west 100 chains,
Datod Juno 15th, 10117,
satjly 13 KAUL STKVKNS.
NOTIGE.
Notico Is lioroby idven lliut w days after dnte I
Intend to apply to the Honorable, the Chief !Com-
inlssliiiior of Lands mid Works for permission to
purchase tho following iluscriheil lnmls, siiuatoil
ou tipper Arrow Lako, District nf West Kootenay:
Coinineneilig at a post planted at tho 8, K,
curuer of Itnlph Simpson's implication, theuce
Pm chains northeasterly folluwimr, lhe Uke
shore In Ualena Bay; theuce north2(1 ehalm;
thence southwesterly HIS ehaiiiH paralleling
Lnko Hhoru; thence south *.!" ohalm to point ut
commencement, and conlaining 11" acres, more
or less.
Dated Arrowhead, IL C, Juno 1. 1007.
Jun«sat A, w. dickInson,
Agent fur LamhWutsun Lumber Co , Ltd.
LAND NOTICB.
Notice It hereby gWlh that Oil dnys after date 1
nteml to apply Lo ilm ClilQl Coiuiatiiloner of
Lands and ttnrhs for permlsilon to nurchaHlhe
f.'ilowiug ilosciilieil hilliln, riltlinte in Ut-st Koote.
uny District;
Commenetng at a pint |-m I to eliaimi
north uf 10111I1 eani corner ol T. I, 7910, nml
iii'irkri-i -11 C.Morris's north-east roruiT posl,"
1 hi'iici' rn mlh no ehalus, west Nienanis, mirth
SUchkliiM.easttlUGunlus in point of cum meucemeut.
Diled June ilth, iuu7,
*«djnuH n, c, MuKKI.i.
NOTICE.
Ilevelstoke Und District.
Dlstrictof West Kootonay.
Take notice that Hugh McLean of Kevelstoke, B.C., Prutpeeior,, intends to apply for
special limber licenses over thc following described lauds:
1. Uotnmeiieiug at a post planted two miles
north of Big Moutli Creek anl three miles east uf
Columbia Kiver marked "Hugh McLean's S, W,
corner post," thence north 80 chains, tlienco east
8u chains, thoneo south 80 chairs, thuuee westsj
chains to puiut uf commencement, cuntaining 810
acres mure ur less.
2. Commoncing at a post planted un the north
hank of ,1 small ereek four miles north of Big
Mouth Crook, aud twu miles eajl uf Columhin
Itiver, marked "Hugh McLean's S.W. corner post,"
tin'iici. north 8n chains, thenee east so cnains,
thenee umith SU chains, thenee wesl mi chains to
point uf commencement, containing tiio acres
more or less,
'A. Commencing at a post planted so chains
east of hi null-east comer of T, L. ;.(■, mnrkeil
"HughMcLean's 9 W. corner pust," thenee nortli
Su clialns, ihenco east so chains Ihence souih so
chains, tliem-e west so chains to point of commencement, containing 010 acres mote or less.
4. Commencing at a post planted 5 miles uortli
of Big Muiilh Creek ami iwo miles cost of Columbia Kivor, marked "Hugh McLean's s. W,
corner post.' thence north hU chains, tlienee east
bO clialus, thence south 00 chains, tlience west 80
eliains 10 point of commencement, containing i.-i'i
acres more or loss.
5. Cuinmeneing at apost two miles east ol
Columbia Kiver nnd ii miles north ol tlij,'
M >uia Creek, mnrked ''Uugli McLean's S, \f,
corner pust," thence uuriu m chains, tnence
e-isisoclit'iii*-, iheuej suuth w clmins, thenoe
west tie cbaius 10 point 01 euinuieneement.'.'ou.
uluiugtHi) aures more or less.
0, Commencing at a post planted about 6
miles north of nig Mouth Crook and 8 miles
cost of 1. ilumiiiii uiver, uiarked "Hugh Mc-
tan's ii. W, corner post," tnence uorth 80
chains, thencu east so chain-, incure south so
clinin.1. ihenee wesl m chains to point ol emu-
menoement, conlaining ow acres mure ur less,
7. Commeneing at a pust planted;'.mllei.
eastul Columhin Kiver mid 5 miles north uf
uiS Mouth Creek, marked •Hugh McLean's
a \\. turner po-t," llienee n.irtii mi ehnins,
iheuce enst SU cIihIu*-,, thence suulh sueUnius,
liient-e west &i chains tu point of cummciice-
meut, euut'.iuiug Oiu acres more or less.
8 Commeuelng ai a posi plnnted it miles
east of lolumtiia Kiver und i miles norm of
Hig Muuth Cteek, mnrked "Hugh McLean's8,
W. corner post," thence norlli su chains, Itieucs
east bu chains, ihence touth 80 chains, thjuec
went SO chuius tu point ul cumuu-uccinetil,
(uniainlug tiio acres inure or less.
8. Commenting st & post planted8milos
ea t of (.olumbia Kiver and i in I leb noilh ol
hig Mouth creuk. marked "ilugli UoLcftU'sS,
W, curuer noil,*' tlience norm su chains,
tlienee east so chains, tbeuce lOUtll 80 chains
1'iencewest 80 chaius 10 polul ol commence-
IDODt, conlaining Oio acres more or less
u. Cunimeiieiiig at a post plnuted i miles
north ol lllg Moulh Creek ami A miles en^t u
1 uluinbis Kiver, mnrked "Uugtl .ncLeau'sN.
\\\ corner poii," iheuce eul Bo ohains, thenee
Hiiuib bo chains, theiieo west bo chains, tlienee
norlh su ehn 1 in to polul of cummcucciuetii.
contaiuliig Olo acres muie ur less.
lu. commencing ut a posi planted, miles
uorlh "I Big Mutiih Creuk nud 4 miles easi ol
Co.umhin lllver. marled ''Hugh McLeuu's
s Vi, corner pust," theuce uonh so chaius,
Un.'ii"'-i-n.-i 8u chains, tlienco Miuth boetinlus,
theme wesl so ehalus 10 puint oi cumini*ui.e-
iiu'iii, coulaiuing Olo acres more or less
II. Commeneing st a port plitiled nl lhe
norih-eshi corner ol I L. Wi, marked "llugti
Mei.ean's s. L, corner post," theuce norlh su
ehnins, thence »e»i •" chains, thencesouth so
t'linim*. ihenee enst 80 cliaim to point uf commencement, containing oto acres more or|loif
ii. Commenolng at a po-i i.inuteii ut the
north eastcorner of T.L. 7-Si», mnrked "llunii
McLenu's 8, W, curuer post," ihence north m
elmltis, thence east 80 eliains, thence sou'b 80
lhaius, theuce west bO chains (0 puiut uf com-
meneement, cuulalnlng biu acres mure or lees,
VA. Communcing nt a poll planted el the
north-east corner of T.L, 7j08, marked-Hugh
Mi-Leau's N, W. corner,'' iheuce cist so chains
theuce south sochains. theuce west 80clinius,
thence unrtliBU chains to point of commence*
mcui coiitnluiug 010 aires more or less,
14 Commencing it a post plained oue mile
cn«-t ol the north-ensi turner o| T. L 7ofIH,
marked1 Hugh McLenu's 8, W, corner posi,"
u.emeeast so cbaius, ihenee uonh mi cnains,
tlience west 8U chains, thenee suulh su chains
to joint oi commencement, cuuiainiug uiu
seres more or less.
lo. Commencing nl a pn-t planted '2 mllen
east uf the DortMMI corner of T, L. 7,'iOS,
markid "MiiKh McLean's S W, corner post,"
the me enst niobklni, thenee norm oo cliulus,
them-e weal80 chains, thenee -oum so chains
lo point ol eumnieucenienl, cuutalnlug uiu
teres mute ur less,
1, commend ni at a post planted one mile
ninth of ihe norih-e-si curuer uf T. L. Jims,
mnrked   "Hugh   McLean's h. K, coruer posl,"
Ihenee uonh IW ohaius, theme wesi in on ilm,
ihonce sooth lOOchains, tnence chsi 40 chains
iu point ui commencement, containing bio
st'tcs more or less.
17, Commencing nt a poil planted one mile
north ui the nortb-oasi corner ol T. L. 7ms.
mnrkttl "Hugh MeU'an'sS.W. I'orner," lhcnco
imrtli Ni chains, Uience east w 1 haius, ihence
oil lh tto i'Ii aim*. Ihenee west no clialus lo point
11 "jmuiiiueineiii, coulaiuing Mu ncres more
r less
Dated Jul) m,idu7.
■alau-fft Hl'i.H McLKAN.
Ilevel-l.'k- I.HU 11 Hisirii'i
msirii'l ol Wi- - Kim hiiv,
ink' imi tec lhat barren Andruws of Hovel-
Muk'*, li C ..'iTiipiiioii I'rospci'ior, intends lo
applv I r special liinh'T li-en-es ovorthe following described Inin!-::
1 Cnmmoncliiff al a post plnntod at the
tmruVnnst oornor nfT L 9610, marked "Warren
■Vudrow.V N W. curnor," thuueoo.i-t IW clialus,
theuco suulh in eliains llionoo wost 1(10 cbnins,
bauceuurih m chuius toi Int or tommencu-
iieut containiug OW acres moro ur loss.
2. Commencing nt u pust phuiod al the
iiirlh-onst coruor of T. L. 9057, inarkod "War-
i-n Andrews' N.W. corner." Ihoneo oast80
■Iinins, theuco south 80 ohulus, thoneo west 80
bains, theuce north B0 ehains to point of com-
noucemeut, containing M0 acres umrotir loss,
.'i. Commonclug at a jiu.it plumed ono mile
oast uf tho south-east cumor of T. L 0057,
mn rk od "Warren Ami rows' 8. W cumor,"
thenco east 80 chains, thonco north 80 chaius,
tliuuco wo>t BOchalnB, thoneo Bouth BO ohains to
pniutof commoncement, containing tiio ncres
uiurour loss.
i, Comment*,!!:.' ut a post planted at tho
south-oast coruorof T, L. l«l'», marke I "Wnr-
ion Andrew.*' S- W, curlier," thouco 0n.1lSU
chains, Ihonce north 8<l clmins, thouco wost 8U
chains, ihonce south 80chains to imiut of commencement, coutalnlug litn ticros mora or loss.
0. Commonolna at apost plnuled quo milo
ea-t uf lho suulh-oast cumor of T. L luiJ'i,
marked "Warren Andrews' S. IV. cumor,"
thonco UH--1 80 ehnins. thouco north 80 elm ins,
thouce wost 50el uius, tlionco BOUth 80chains to
point nf ctHiiuiem'cineiit, containing040 acres
moro or loss.
0. Commenolng at n post plnntod at, tho
north-east cornor of T. L. initio, marked "War*
ron Andrews' B. VV. corner, thoneo uurth Hi)
Ohalni. thence  east (ill chains, tlienee south 8(1
ohalna, llionoo westS) chains to poinl nf c<
inoncomimi, coutnining Oili acres mure ur Ies
7. Commonolug ut apost plnuted one milo
east of the north-on st cumor of T.L.lllimi, murked "Warren Andrews' 8, W.coruor," thonce
east 8U clmins. thonco north 80 chains, tlionco
west 80 i'liains, theueo south Stl chains to pt
■ •I comnioticoineul, oontatulug <'>i» acres m>iro or
less.
8. Commencing it u post plnntod ni tho
south-east coruer of T.L.9017, marked "War
ren Andrews' N.E, eurner." thonco south2.
chains, thonco east 20 ohains, theuce suuth li
chains, thonco wost 20 clmins, tlionco nnrth 21)
chains, thonce west20 chains, lhcnco north 1411
ehains. thenco onst 20 chains to point of commencement, I'liiii.iiiiinti 010 aero- iimro ur loss.
Dated July 3rd. 1907.
I'. Commencing at a post planted nt the
soiith-wost corner of T. L. 9185, murked "Warren Andrews' N.E. corner," theuoe south 80
ohains, thonce Wost 80 chnius, thonce north 81)
ehniiis, thonco oast 80 chainB to point uf c
moncomeut, containing Oltl acres moro or lull). Commonolug nt u post plauted ut lhe
south-west cornor of T. L. 9785, mnrkod "War*
rou Aud rows' S. K. curnor," tlienco WeBt 8(1
ehulus, thenoe uurth 80 chains, Ihonoe east 80
chains, thence soutli 80 ehuins to point of coin*
iiim,rein-ill. containing Gill acres mure ur loss.
11. Commonolng at a post plauted at lho
norlh-west coruer uf T. L. U1S2, niarked "Warren Andrews' north-east coiner." tlionco smith
80 chains, thouce west 80 cliains, thenco nurth 80
chains, tliouce east 80 chains to point of com,'
meueomout, coutalnlug 010 aores more nr loss.
12. Commeuelng at 11 post planted at tlio
uorth-wost corner of T. L 9785. uiarked "Warren Andrews' south-east comer," tliouce west 8.1
eh,litis, theuco north bil chaius, thouce oast80
clmins, thouco south HI chains to point of cum-
uiencemout coutillniug OKI acres more or loss.
18. Conitn one in-,' al a post plauted at the
sou*.'.-wost cornor of T, L. 8823, marked "Warren Ainlrows' south-east corner," thenco wost 80
chains, theuco uortli SO ehuins, theme eust80
chains, thenoe smith 80 cbaius to point of co
ineiii-eiiii'ii , containing Oiti ucros muru ur less
li. Commencing ut a post plnuted ut the
uorth-wost coruer of T- L. 8823, marked "War
ren Andrews' south-east eoruer, thenco wo*t 80
ehalus, theuce north 80 chaius, thonce unst 80
cliains, thence south 80 chains to point of commeucemeut, containing i.l*i acres muro or loss.
15. Cummeuciug at a pust plantod at tho
nurth-oast corner uf T.L. 0782, marked "Warren
Androws' south-oast cornor," tliouce north 80
chnius, thonco west 8(1 chuius, theuce south 80
chains, theueo oust SO chuius to point uf cum-
moucomout, contaiuiug Oil) nitres muro ur less.
Hi. Commenolng at a post planted at a puiut
81) chains north uf the uurth-wosl corner uf T.L.
iil02, murked 'Warren Andrews' suuth-eust
oorner," thenoe west 80 chains, thence uurth 80
chuius, theuce oust 80 chaius, theuco south 80
chains to puiut of commeucomout, cuiitaiuiut'
610 ucros mure or less.
17. Commonclng at a post planted 80 chains
north of the north-west corner of Timber
Limit t&'i'A, and mnrked "Warren Andrews'
suuth-cust corner." ihunee west 80 chuius,
thuuee north 80 chaius, thence eust 80 ehalus,
ihence south 80 ehains te point of cominunce
ment, containing Olo acres more or less,
18. Commencing al a pust planlcd ubout 20
chains norlli of Uio south west corner of T, L.
7345, marked ' Warren Andrews' suuth-easl corner," theuco norlh 100 chains, Ihonce west 40
chairs, Iheuce south 100 chains, tlioncj cnsl In
chainslo pointof commencement, uutnainiii-4
tilu acres mure or less.
19. Commencing at a post, planted at the
south-west corner of T. L. 7850, marked "Warren Andrews' south-east corner," thenoe west
80 chains, thencu uurth 80 chains, llienee east
80 chains, thenco suuth 811 chains lu point uf
oommenoomont, cuntuiuiug Olo acres more or
less,
2ii, Commencing nl a post planted atthe
souih-west cornerol T. L. 7859, marked "Warren Andrews' southe.i-t corner,' Ihence west
80 clmiiis, thence uurth 80 ciniins, llioticoeost
so chains, thence suuth 80 chains to point ul
c iiiuiu'iic uii-ni, containing Oil acres more or
less.
D .ted July lth, 1CJ7.
sa aug i WARREN ANDREWS.
NOTICE.
llcvoLtoke l.;ui I District.
District ol IV cut K.iiiteniiy.
Take nollct. tlmi Cltatles l-i. llelil, ul Cm-
l>.».jk, B.U., i,i-i'ii|.iiti..i. Iiruggl.t, ii.ti.n.1.... apply
for speoial licen.t.8 ovor tl.o followinn doocnboil
ifL.l.lH.'
1.  lloramenctng at a post iiluntoil .-ilmiitioii
olmltiH ..'ir.l. fro... llm .......tl. ..111... Cruet, ami
ahout S.. .-!... in* weal ..I Comaplix ...i.i n.arku.l
'-.iliiirli-s K. Held'. S.K. corner poat," llionoo 811
cluilna weat, tbenoe si' clialna nortli, tlu-nce mi
chaina cant, ihencu su clialna mnnh to point nt
cuiiu.it..>cuiucnt, .....I cmtninin,. Olc acres .u.iru ur
less.
•l Commencing nt a poat marked'Chnrlos B.
Itci.l's N. I<l. corner po.1," i...,.,..,. about too
chaiua north Iroin the moult. ..1 Ilic; Croek an.l
nl.i.i.l  bu eliains  ..est uf ComapitX,
U....'lsl.,k,. I..III.I Hi:,.li.i.
Ili.lt-i.-t ..I Went Kntitentty.
Tfi';i- ....li.-.- tli.tl IImiiiv Aiulil'iisi)
,11...-.-is..( Iti'i-.-lsiiik.., ...t..|.nti.ui Free
Miner,  ini.ii.ls tn .-.|.|.lv l'..f spceiitl
tilllbCl'   li.-1'IH..S    if.'.-l-   ill.'    I'tilluit'iitg
ileserilie.1 Itin.is:
1. Odli -...-iiy nl il pnsl pliintct] 2
...ii..* up Him tiiii:li-i.,-isi. I'.i.-k nf Five
Mil.. C.-.-.-k, liin Hi-utl, mul murked
"Henry Anihiose Mon-is'S.K. corner,"
thonce u...ll. SU elmiim, tlience west HU
chains, tbeuce south B0 cliiiins, thence
.-.sl Sil.-lii.i..s I., p..inl ..!' commencement iuul coutiiiuiiiK U10 seres iuoio
nr less.
2. Onmiiieiiciiig ut a post planted 2
miles up the north-enst fork of Five
Mile Creek, Big Bend, and marked
"llt-nry Ambrose Morris'S.W.corner,"
ihence north 80 chains, thonce east 80
ciniins. thence south 80 clmins, tlience
ivt.stsi) chainslo puiut i.f commencemeni and conlaining (IK) ncres more
ill- less.
Dnled July 8th, 1007,
il. OuiiinieuciiiR at a I"*"*', planted
abuut line-half mile suulh of the south-
wost .-.nn.-I- uf No. 1 011 lb.* north-wesl
forkof Five Mllo Oreok, and marked
'•ll.'ii.y Ainbmso Miii-.-is' N.E.corner,"
tlienco south 80 chains, thenoe w.-si Ktl
cliains, thence nurih 80 chahiB, thono.
....si Sll cliiiins lo piiinl uf cun....I'll.-.'
ment, cuntnliilng HID acros niun. ni
I.MS.
I. Coinineneilig ate posl planted at
llio north-end comet uf No, ii t... tli..
north-west forkof Flvo Mllo Creek,
...i.l uiiirked "Ue.iry Anihiose Muni-'
a.H. corner," thence nortb 80 cliaim
thence wesl SU chnlns, Ihenco suulh Sti
cbnins, lhcnco .-11*1 80 cbnins to poinl
of commencement, containing DID
acres more or less,
a. Co.nn.euciiig nt a post planted
nbuut one-quarter of a mile north of
the nnrth-west corner of N... 8, marked
"Henry Ambrose Morris' N.E, corner.'
thence sunlit SI) elinins, thenco west Si.
chains, theuce north SD chains, thenc.
cast SU chains to puiut of commencement, containing IHO acres inure 01
less.
li. Commencing ata post planted ...
Ihe uorlh-onst comer of No, ii, marked
"Henrv Ambrose Mori-U1 S.15, corner,"
thence'north SD cbnins, thence west SD
chains, llit.ncb smith SD chnius, thence
...isl SD elinins tu puint uf commencement, contuiulng OH) acres more 1.1
less.
Dated July Oth, 1907.
7. Commencing at a pust planted
.ilinul 80 chains north ot thenorth-eusl
corner of Timber limit No. 10507, and
marked "Uenry Ambrose Munis' N.K
corner," thencesouth 80ohains,thence
west SD chains, Ihence nortli SO chains,
thence east 80 chains to point of com,
meneement, cuntaining 040 acres more
or less.
8. Commencing at a pusl. planted
atthe north-enst corner of No. 7, and
uiiirked "Henry Ambrose Morris' S.K.
corner,' Uience west 1(10 chains.thence
norlh 40 chains, tlienee east 100 chains,
ihence south -ID chains su puint of commencement, containing 040 acres more
or less.
Dated Julv lOlh, UI07.
I). Commencing at a post planted at
the south-east culler uf Timher Limit
No. 10507, nnd marked "Henry Ambrose Morris' 8.W. eurner," thenoe
nortli 80 chains, thence ensl SD elinins,
thence south 80 chains, thunce wesi SO
cbnins to puint of commencement-,
containing UIO acres more or less.
10. Commencing at a post plnnletl
ut ll.esoiuh-enst curuer of Mcintosh
P, R. ooe-hnlf mile eusl of Boyd's, and
inarked "'Henry Ambrose Morris' 8.
W. corner," thence eust llll ehnins,
thence south 40 chains, tbence enst 40
ehuins, tbence nortb 00 cliiiins, tbence
west 20 ehuins, thence nnrlh 40 ehnins,
tbence west SD chain., tlience south (111
ehuins to pnint of commencement,
containing 010 acres more or less.
Dated July llth, 1907,
t, jly 27   ltliNllY AMBBOBH MoitHlH.
.    . thuuee 811
liains west,  thunce 81'eliains suiuh, llienee stl : ,
chaina east, thenee su chains north to point of west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
NOTICE
Revelsloke Land District.
Distriot of West. Kootenay,
Take notice lhat- we, John Ooonnot
an.l 0. 0. Wui.iliow, of Poplar Creek,
H. (!., occupation Lumbermen, Intend
to apply lor special licences to cui timber over lhe following described lands:
1. Commencing at .1 post planted
uu the enst Imnk about ..... mile up on
the lirst soulb furk of Poplar Creek,
llienee suuth 100 cbnins, ii.ence wesl
40 ehuins, ihence nortli 100 chnlns,
thenee eusl 40 chains to puint of if...
meneement,
2. Commencing at a post planted
tin the west bunk ..f tne tirst su.ul.
fork of Puplttf Creek, 14 miles up.
thence eusl SO elinins, Ihenee suulh SD
chains, Ihenee west SO chuius, the. ce
nortli 80 chnlns to puint of commeu.,
ment.
'i. Commencing at a post planleil
un tho wesl bunk nbuut 4 miles up I hill, st suulh I... kuf Poplar Creok, thence
11VI iui.
Revelsloke Land Disiiii-..
Dieli-icl ui IVisl Kooleuay.
Take nolice 1l1.it G. It. Norlhey ol
Camborne, li. C, occupalio.i Logger,
in..-...Is lo npply i.-i- a special limber li-
ceiii-i- ever llie following described lands:
1. Commencing ul ;. p.'st plunled on
ilu- enst bunk ui Hoyd ireek, nlioul 5
chains from creek nnil nboul ,1 ..'.Ies from
its moulh, markeil "G. R. Norlhey's
north east corner post," (hence west So
chains, Iheuce suulh So clmins, tiience
e.ist Su cliiiins, thence norlli Su chuius lo
poinl of comnienccmenlr
... Commencing nl n post planted on
llie west bunk ol Held Creek, ubout 4
miles fronl ils mouth, marked "G, R.
Norlhey's north-easlcorner pust," thence
west 80 cliains, thenee south So chnius,
tlience enst 80 chains, Ihence nortl. So
cliains tu point ut commencemeni,
3. Coinnieiiciiig ill a posl planled on
lhe if.-.s. hank 01 Hoyd creek, abuul ou
rlinins Irom creek and uboui 5 miles Irom
iis moulh, marked "G, R, Northey's
soulh-eust corner pusl,' thence norlh 80
ehuins, thence wesl 80 chains, thence
soulh St. chains, thence easl So chains to
poinl of conimencenio.it.
4. Commencing al a posl planted on
the eusl bank ol Boyd creek, nls-ui 60
chains from creek nnd about 5 iniles iron,
iis moulh, marked "G, K. Norlhey's
soulh-wesl corner posi," ihence norlh 80
chuius, tlienee easl 80 chains, Ihence
soulli Su ehuins, ihencu west80 chainslo
poinl of commencement,
Da.ed June Ji.lll, It}..;.
sj. Commencing nt a post planted on
the east bauk of Boyd creek, uboui 50
chains Irom creek and uliuui 6 u.iies Iron,
iis mouth, marked "G. R, Norlhey's
norlh-easl corner post," thence wesl 4.1
.-liains, thence souih 160 chains, Ihence
easl 40 ehains, Ihonce north H>u chains to
point nt connnenceinent.
6. Commencing al a post planted on
the fast bank of Boyd ereek, uboui 30
cliff. . froni creek and .'.bout 6>'| miles
from its mouth, marked "G, R. Norlhey's
norlh-wost corner post." ihence east 40
chains, Iheuce soulh 160 cliains, theuce
west 40 chains, thence north iUu chains to
point ol conimencenie.il.
7. Commencing at a post planlcd on
ll.e eust buuk ol Hoyd creek uboui 30
chains from creek and about S iniles from
us mouth, markeil "G, R. Norlhey's
north-wesl cornet- posl," ihence east 80
chains, Ihence soutl) 80 chains, Ihence
wesl 80 cliiiins, thence north 8u chains lu
puint of coinmencement.
Dated 6tl. July, .907.
GILBERT RICHARD NORTHF.Y,
u-ed jly 17      I'er A, Mclnnes, agent,
NOTICE-
commencement, and containing 010 acres mure or
less.
:i, Commeneing at a imst marked ' Charles IC
Keid'a H.W. turner [inst," (limited nbnut luo elinins
north frmn the mouth ol l.ij: ('in-k ;ui'l ulinutbu
cliains wei-s of Coinaplix, thence 80 chalna north,
thenee 80 ehuins east, thenci.' 8ii chains tsuittll,
tlience 8o ohalna went to imiut of commencement
ami contaiuiug cm aores mure ur less.
1. Uotninenoitig nt a post marked "Charles B.
Iteil's N. W, corner pust,*' phiiiluil nbout ion
ehains uortli from tlie iimuili of Hig Creek tun!
■ilmni 80cliains went ol Coinaplix. thenee soutli Hn
chains, thencu east 8U clonus, tlienee north 8U
chains, thencu west Bil clialna In point of commencement, and containing om ueren more or lem*.
Duted July 1Mb, Inn;.
i;n..iti.Ks b, man,
sat Jly 20 .Nicholas Power*, Agent,
NOTIGE
Hevel-iloke I.iml District-
District of West Kootenny.
Take notice lhat Charles K. Uold of Cmnhrnnk,
ILU., occupation Druggist, Intends to apply for u
special timber license over the fnilowinK dusorlliod
landi!
Ono tne in* in a ut n pust markoil "Charles Ii.
Beld's -S.W. enrner post," plauted ahout 80 chums
norlh of a post mmkeil "W.P. 1887, D. Ot?preemption." uml about ij miles uortli of Camborne,
11. C, tlience norlli 8U chains, tlienee oust mi
chains, llienee smith 8o ehains, tlmiiee wont mi
chains lo point of cniiimeiiicim-ut, ami cnntniiiiiift
flin acres more or leia.
DatetlJiily 10th, 1007,
UllAKLKH B. UKi I),
sat Jly 2Q -Nicholas Powers, Agent.
NOTICE
Take notico that I, John WulliH Shurwln, of
Winnipeg, Multiloba, intend to nnply fora
-'ici-iiil limliiT licence for the following described I'linl*-:
Commencing ata posl planted at. the Soulh
West owner T. L mm, murked "J.W.H,, north-
■-i-i cornet." runniuK west 80 ohains. theuoe
soulh 80 chains, lhcnco east 80 chnius, ami
thence north 80 chains to the point of commencement
Daled July Ililh, 11*07.
Bat Jly 20 J. WAliWB 8BKRW1K,
NOTICE
Nolice is hereby Riven lhat ,'Kl daya.aflor
laii- we inleml Lo apply lo lhc Hon. tho chlof
(''munitioner of huiid**. ami Works, for special
licence to cut uud carry awny tiuibur from the
following described lauds;
Oooimonottlg at a posl I'lunlodat tho north•
easl cornur of Hubert Ulemllniiiim's pro-nmp-
iioii No, HI), West Kootenny District, and
murked "HIk Bund Lumbor Company'* south'
eaat corner post," ihencu north 10 clutiiis.lheuce
west 100 chains, Ihencu souih III chnius, thuncu
cual 100 chalna lo point of emiimeiiceinunl,,
Arrowhead, H.I ., July Mli, I0H7.
tt Jly *i        Bio UEtni Loi uui (Ji>.,_/ro-
Ihenceeout 80 chains, thenca north 80
chains to -joint of commencement.
Dated June 15th, 1907
.JOHN OUOONOR,
u. a wuuimow,
Locators,
4. Commencing at a post planted
on the vvi'st hank of Poplar Oreo'*,
5 1-.2 miles up, punning west Hi) chit Ine
along <■> K. Novell's No. 2 Limit, soulli
boundary, thetice himiIIi KO cliains,
thenceeast 80chains, thence north 80
clmins to pniui of commencement,
5. Commencing al. a posl planted
on Ihr wost imnk of Poplar Oreek,
niiuii!.') iniles op and running along
(f. K. Revell's north boundary of*No,
2 limit, thence west 80 chains, thencu
north ho ohnlnii, thence oasl 80 chains,
thouce soutli 80 ohains to point of commencement.
Located Juno 15th, I'.mT.
0, 0. WOODKOW.
JOHN OOCONOB,
IJ. I?, KKAiMY,
Locators,
(t, Commencing ul it post planted
8000 feel from CP.K. traokopposite
i,hi> 27 mile hoard, ahout one mile wesl
of Knpid Creok, tlienco west hu chains,
Ihence soulli HO chains, tlience ensl HO
chains, Uience notth so chains to point
of commencement,
Dated Juno 27th, 1007.
0, O. WOOIJHOW,
Wed jly 81   .1. (!. IIADY, Locators.
NOTICK
Kevelstoke Land District.
Dislricl. of Wesl Knoteuay.
Take notice that Arthur (■. Johnston
of Poplar, British Culumbia, occupation, merchant, intends lo apply for fl
special timber license over the following descrilied lauds, situated on Poplar
Creek iu lhe West Kootenay Districl,
Commencing at a post planted aliout
oj inile.s from the town of I'oplitr, H.C.
on   the eusl siile  of   Poplar Creek,
murked."A. (J. Johnston's south-west
corner poBt," thenoo east 80 chains,
thence norlh HO chains.theuje west HO
liains, Ihence BOUth HO chains Lo poiul
of commencement, and containing HKI
acres more or less.
Located June 23rd. HK>7.
A. (I. JOHNSTON.
CO. WOODROW, Agt.
Kevelstoke Und District-
DWtriot ol Wesi Kooteuay.
Take nolice that \. M,SymooB,of 8t. I-eon,
B C occupation M ner, Intends toapply (or
special limber licenses over the lollowing
described lnnds:
1, Commenoiug at a pos plunled at the N.
\V. cornerof Lot 8l76auu about /ti chnlns webt
of the middle fork of Kosthali Creek, wesl of
Upper Arrow Luke, and marked "A. M, Symons' S.K. coruer," theuce north 80 elinlns,
tin me wesl 8i- chains, -.thenee south oil chains,
Ihenee easl 80 .chains to place of commence-
ment, and coutalnlug oto acres more or less
2. Commeuelng ai a post planted at t' e N.
W. comer oi Lot 8176 and ubout JO chains west
of the middle fork of Fosthnll Creek, west of
Upper Arrow Luke, and marked "A. M, Hy-
mons' S.W. corner," thonce north 80 chains,
Ihenee ensl 80 chains, thonce south 80 chains,
iheuce wes*. 80 chains to plnce of commeucemeut, and containing 0-10 acres more or lees
Dated J une'15th, 1BU7,
3 Commeueiug at a pout planted oue mile
north and lOchains westof the N.W. corner of
Lot 8178 nnd on tlie east bank ol the middle
lork ol Fosthnll creek, west of Uppjt Arrow
I.ake, nnd marked •A.M.Symous'8 K. corner,"
ihenee nort i 80 ehalus, lhence west ho chains,
thence south 8i) chains, thence east SO chnlns
lo place of commencement, nud containing
64u acres more or less.
1. ommenclng at a post planled one mile
north aud ll) chain.1- west of the N W, corner of
Lot, MT-Mnnl on ihe eust bank of thfl middle
forkof Fosthnll creek, westof Upper Arrow
Lake, and marked "A,M. t-yiuouH.-'.iV corner."
Uience north 80 chains, theuce east 80 chains,
ihenee s'.mth 80 chains, thence weslhu chains
to laee ef com-encement, and containing
Mi acres more or less.
n. CiiiiimcnciiiK al aiost planted one milu
north ninl 7n chains easi of Lot8176and one
mile eastot lhe east bankof the middle fork of
Foslhall Creek, west of Upper Arrow .uke and
markeil "A. M..Symons' S, \\, corner," ihenee
north so chains, tbence east 80 chains, thence
south no o latns, theuce west so chuius to place
of commencement, and coutsiuin^ Oto acres
more or less.
Dated June 17111,11107.
ti. Commeneliii; ni a post planted at thoN.
ff, corner ol ,.'. 7830, aud about ft) chains
west ol the norlh fork of Foslhall Creek, 8
iniles from tlie inoinh oi tne north fork, west
ni ine Upper Arrow Leke, and marked "A. M,
Symons1 .N.K, comer," tnence souih B0ohains,
llienee tfcst80 cliains, thenee norlh 80 chains.
theuco cu*-t 8o chainslo place of commencement, containing Clu aores more or less.
7. Comuieticing nt n post plauted at theS,
u. corner of T.L. 7840, and luu chains west ol
iln-north fork of Fosthall creek, aud about 8
miles from tiie mouth ul thotiorth fork, wesl
i Uli-.or mow lake, und markeil "A. AI Sy*
'ion-.'. -. K, enrner," theuce north 8b cbaius,
...um1 west so chains, tbenee -outh Ed)chains,
iliouci en.-i 80 'euiins to placoof commence*
menl, mot cnniaiiilngOlU acre.** more or less
8, Ci'mineiicing ut a post planted at tbeS
W. corner t i. 7888, atwut W chains west ol ihe
norlh forkof Foslhall Creek, about 4 miles
rom the moutli of the north lork. wo i of
I* er arrow Luke, nud marked "A.M Symons'
.1 t, eorner,1' tbence west m chains, ihence
tun.. *.*' i'liains, theuce east bu chain's, thenco
soii.ti *v chaius to place "i commencement,
and coutit.n *.>,* iilu nitres more or less.
Daled Juik mm. HW7.
wed jlv lu     ANDREW MILKS SYMONS.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has
applied to llis tfouour the Meutonaiit-Qorernor
in Council un ler tlu; previsions nf tht- llivers and
Streams Act. to clear mid remove obstructions
from Frisby Creek In the Dlstrictof West Koote*
nny, liritish Columbia, from n point where It
empties into  tlie  Columhin   Itiver to a pmiit mi
saulcruoh about* mllos from the Columbia Itlrsr
ami tn construct niul maintain booms at nr ahout
tlie mouth ni said crook and In the Columbia
Itiver adjacent thereto.and to attach booms to
the shore of Frisby Cieek ami said Columbia
liner aisni.i pnint-, (,ir holding, sorting and delivering lous nml timber brought down safil creek.
The liimls to lie affected by tho said work are
Ciown lauds ami tin-(nil*, tlmt are proposed lobe
charged uie such as maybe fixed by a Judge ol
Mm Count) Onii of Wesl Kootenay.
Dated ihis i.iilid.ij nf June. uk.
rtcilJnei-Jwid II. DONNELLY.
NOTICE
l.ill.n.-i Und Dislrict.
Iii-.iii-i ... l.ill...i..|.
Tiik.. notice tlmi Alexander M.-('.ii.-
ul Kevelstoke, B.C., Hrospecloi, iir-
li-n.ls to apply for a special tiniber
li.-.-....- ..v.-. the following desci-il*d
li.ii.l-:
1. C  ing nl a poal planled
on tbe east bank .-l the soutb fork of
Seymour liver about lj miles soutb of
I lie same and about ill; miles up from
sii.isiif.p I tke iinil nut. kul "'Alexander
AlcCraes N.W. corner," tbence east -10
chains, tbence north 80 chains, tlience
east 40cbaius, thencesouth 120 chains,
iheuce wosl 80 .!..-.!...*. thence north 10
chains t» pnint of commencement and
containing MO acres more or less.
2, Commencing a! a pnst plnnted
ontheeast bank of tbe south fnrk of
Seymour rivor about 2 miles south of
tl.e same and about 22 iniles up from
Sh..swap iukel-.iid niaiked "Alexander
McCraes X. W. comer," tbence south
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
in pninl ill commencement, anil containing t'.IO acres more or less.
il. Commencing ..i a posl planted
on the easl bank ol the south fork of
Seymour river about H miles soutl. of
ih.- >.-.....- .-ti..I ..I.....: 23 miles up from
Shuswap lake and marked "Alexander
McCraes X. E. corner," thencesouth
80 .-bail.*, Ihence wesl 80chains, thence
north 80 chains, ihence easl BOchalns
to point nl Commencement, and containing ill" acres more or less.
I. Commencing ,-.i .-. posl planted
about J mil.-i-f.-i ... tl... south fork ot
Seymour liver, aboul 8 miles south of
lliesiiuie and about 28 miles up from
Shuswap Ink.- and marked "Alexander
Mct'raes N. Mi. coiner," thenceeast
Kin chains, thence sn.iili in chainB,
thence we&t Iti'i i-lii.ii.*, tlu-nce north
in i-l. .in- to pnint..f commencement
and containing 040 acres more or less,
Dated June 21*11., 1907.
."..   ('.............-ing at n pnst planted)
mile west nf the west Lank nf Seymour
i-iver. about 22 miles up from Shuswap
lake,and marked "Alexander McCrae's
N.W, corner," thence south iu chains,
thence east 160 chains, tbence north
ill chains, thence west 1U.J chains to
point nf commencement, containing
lilt) acres more or less.
ii. Commencing at a pnst planted J
mile westof the west bank of Seymour
river, about 22 iniles up from .Shuswap
lake und marked "Alexander McCraes
S. W. corner," thence north in chains,
Uience east HW chains, thence south
II) cliiiins, tbence west 100 chains to
point of commencement and containing 010 aces more or less.
7. Commencing at a post planted J
mile w.-sl nf the west hank of Seymour
river, ahout 22 miles ii|i from Sin.swap
lake and marked "AlexanderMcCraea
S. E. corner," tbence nortl. 40 ehnins,
llienee west 100 chains, llienee south
40 clmins, thence east KK) chains to
pninl of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
8. Oommenclng at a posl planted
al...ut j mile east nf a second north
fork of Seymour river, about 22j miles
above Shuswap lake and about 2J
miles up the said fork ami marked
"Alexander McCrae's S. W. enrner,"
ihence nnrtli 10(1 chains, Ihenee east
40 chains, thenee south 100 chains,
thence west 40 chains to pnint of commencement, and cuntaining 010 acres
more or less.
i). Oommenclng at a post planted
about J mile east of a second nonh
fork of Seymour river, about 22j iniles
aliove Shuswap lake and about 2J
iniles up the said folk and marked
"Alexander McCrae's S. E. corner,"
thence north UK) chains.thence west
40 chains, thenee south 100 chains,
Ihence east 40 chains to point nf commencement, and containing 040 acres
more or less.
Dated June 27th, 1007.
10. Commencing at a post planted
i.n the east Lank of n second north
fork of Seymour river, about 2IJ iniles
up from Shuswap lake and about 4J
mile's up the said fork and marked
"Alexander McCraes S. VV. corner,"
thence north lOOchains, thenceeast 40
ehnins, thence south HKI cliains, ihence
west 40 hains to pnint..( commencement, and containing 010 acres more
or less.
Dated July 1st, 11107.
II. Oommenclng at a post planted
II ...ills north of the Seymour river,
an.l aboul 14 miles above Shuswap
li.ke and marked "Alexander McCraes
S. W. corner," Uience noith 80 ehnins,
111...ne enst SO il.ains, tbence snulli SIJ
chains, thence west so chains to point
nf coinmencement, and containing
olo acres more or less:
Dnled Julv Olh, 1007.
wed jly 17  ALEXANDER McCKAE.
NOTIGE
Kevelstoke Lund District.
D,strict Ol West Kootenay.
lake nolice that I, li. N. Dickenson of Revelsloke, occupation Farmer, intend toapply
for permlsilon to purchase Die following(]f
scribed laud:
Commonclug at a p< s t planted al the S.K,
corner L 7sia, U, 1, thence west to chains,
theuce south so chains, thenee eut 40 chains.
Ihence north so chains lo point <>| commencement and contaiuhii! 820 Acres more or less.
Daled May !6i_, U67,
wedjel^  CKOiUiK NORWOOD, DICKINSON,
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Lund DHlriit.
nisirlct of West Kooicnay,
Tnke nnllee Ihnl I, Anion (Union nl 1'oplnr.
It.t:,, occupation Miner, intend lo apply for
pormission to purchase the lollowlng doscribod
laudi
CommeiiciiiK ot a post planted ou the north
■•ido uf the Lardo River, opposite the town ol
Poplar, marked »A, Hansen's N.ff. enrner."
thouco east 40 chains, thenoe soutb io chain*,
thonco west 40 ehuins. them- north lo chain*,
to poini of commencement, and contaiuiug 4o
ncres, more or lens.
Dated 2nd July, 1907,
wedjly 10 ANTON HANSEN,
NOTICE
Itovelstoko Land District,
District ol Wesl Kootenay.
Take nstlco that UlchanJ Davis, Agent, of
Kuvulstoko, H, c, occupation, naw mill manager.
Intends to apply fora "-pe.iuliiur.ier licence over
the following described lands;
Commencing at a post marked "north west
conier post." iltuated nlmut a quarter of a mile
helow Five Milo Creek, on the wost hank ol the
Colombia Kiver, miming east eighty chains,
llienco south eighty cliains, tbeuce west eighty
cliains, thence nortli eighty chains to the pnint of
itiimuiiccmont.
IlICHAHD DAVIS.
Dated July IT, UN.
NOTICE.
NOTICK Is horoby glvon that80daw after
date I Inlend to apply 10 the Hon. the
Chlol ('oinmliwioiicr of Lands and Work* for
permission to nurohOU the following dewibed
luuda, siluated in West Kootenny:
Commenolng nt a poat planted 'JO dalim
westof blind Bay, marked D. V. BOe'lnortheast eorner posl/1 thence smith*, chains, west
sochains. north su chains, east so chains to
point oi commencement.
Dated June Oth, 1907,     wjli     D, M. RAE.
Revelstoke Land Distriet,
District ol Wesi Kooleuay,
lake notice ihal Qus Kprlam llcdsirorn of
Revolstoke, B, V., occupation I rulR-r, intends
to Hpi I) ior a ipeclal llceuse over the following
deacribed lands:
1. commeui ing nU|ii«i planted about one
mile u|i iht uorin-easi foil ol Five Mile Creek
and about two chains west nf the irail, Five
Mm* Creek heing five miles above Camel
Creek, and marked "(JulKprlam Hedsirom's
B, K. corner," thence uojtb 80chains, tbeuce
westt chains, ihence south 80 chains, thenoe
oasl BU chainslo point ol coa>nienoei_eQi,oon*
talnlng 640 tores nmre or less.
j I omnem ing nt * posi planted shout one
mile up the nortu*eail lorkol Flvo Mile Creek
and al-out two chuius ffcat ol ihe trail, Five
Mile Creek belua five miles Hltove Camel
cn-.k, and marked "i.n. Kprlam Me.Mrom's
s VV comer," thence north BO chain , thence
east su chains, iheine Miiitb nj chains, thence
we*t so chain* io point ol commencement, and
containing Motored moro or lens.
i. cummeuciug at u poll planted about one
mile up the north-eait tork ol live Mile Creek
und atom \\\n chaini' westof lhe trail, Five
Mile Creek being live miles above Ciruos
Creek, ami marked "(ius Kprlam Hedsirom's
N VV, corner," thenoe south so chaius, theuce
east tsu chains, thenee nortb so chains, tbence
weal 90 chaini 10 point ol commencement, and
containing 040 acres more or less.
4. Commencing at a poit plnuted about oue
mile up the nnrth-eaM fork of hve Mile Creek
nnd nt-out two chains wesl ol the trail, Five
Mile Crook hing live iniles above Carnes
i iet k, and mnrked "u,.- I --nuiii Hnlstrom's
N.K, corner," iheuce noulli SO chains, ihence
we-l Bn chains, Ihence north be chains, thouce
ca-tsochain**. to pointof eomuiencouicnt, aud
containing M0 acres mure or less.
Dated Juno Wh, 1807,
wedjly lu     QUS KI'lUAM 1IKDSTKOM.
NOTICE
Notice is hi'rei)) gwen thut 00 days after date I
inleml lo apply W (he Chief Commissionerof
Unds and Worn fer permission to purchaie tho
following described link situate in West Koote-
n.u* district:
Commencing at a post planted 40chalns
norlh of - - .-.-.ti -'ii-i corner uf I.L. TulGand
marked "J, K. Jobnsoti's north-west corner
post," thence east 80 cbtius, south UO chains,
west 8o chains, north SO chains to point of
cuuitneircmcut.
Dated 'u .th, p.».;.
wed Juu 12 J, E. JOHNSON, m ■«>^P«TO«*_U**,C«^S9«n*!>trf«t*Kl
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This i.s lhc Season of the year that we take an inventory of our sh ck. \\ e mean by
so doing that no odd lines in Our Summer Stock shall appear on Our Slock List. Uur
prices are alwavs the lowest and this Sale means a still further reduction in I rices, .snaps
for good carelul buyers.   Look at the lollowing list i—
Ladies' Lawn Skirts
Ladies' White Lawn and  P. K.  Skirts
at half regular price
Ladies' Onder Skirts
Regular $1.35 and $1
selling .11 ;i<. each.
•ii
Skirts,   now
Dress Goods Remnants
Remnants ol Dress Goods anil all Remnants iii prices to clear.
Now 10c. Per Yard
Rej
Trims,
15c, anc
.mens
25c 8
Chambrays,
Ladies' Tweed Skirts
Only a few left at $3.00 eacli
$5.00 and $6.00 Skirts.    All this
goods.
Regular
Season's
Prints! Prints!
A full line of patterns at 6c,  per yard.
Ladies' Costumes
These are one of the newest lines on the
market this season, You can buy any of-
these al just half the regular price.
Ladies' Canvas Shoes
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords ill $1.00 pp." pair,
Huts nml Linen Hnls.    Sale   Hull Pita
BARGAINS   ALL   OVER   THE   STORE
REID & YOUNG
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•Hull i$t t$i i|i tti ifr-$h|-$h$ii$i ! ;«
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WHY?
si..... l.l l'..-ive__^__^^
script inn with 11-
BECAUSE
nnd Chemicals
BECAUSE
ry Prescription is checked
before il unes mil
BECAUSE
..md
icrip-
ONLY A GLANCE
Only .. nli....... at out* stock
nf Groceries will encourage
yuu In try 111''ni.
JUST A TRIAL
A Iv-inl will convince vou
they are the purest ..nil besl
011 lhe market. Try nur
B11EAD, CAKES AND PASTRY.
1 |.n
will
nur pi
wish i
p Hobson & Bell j
Drug & Book Co. |
(inm.-is, Bakers A Coufcctioneta
WEATHER FORECAST
Wednesday, Aug. 7th, lor 24 hours,
—Cloudy, showery nnd unsettled,
light westerly winds. Cooler. Temp.
Mux. 58,   Miii. 47.
Local and General.
The schools will re-open the last
week in August.
Inmates ol the apartments almve
the Canada Drug & Book Company's
store, .McKenzie avenue were startled
on Saturday night by the reports ol
firearms in ur near the building. An
investigation was made, but nothing
was discovered.
A pu lie meeting will b» held tomorrow evening in the city ball at 8
o'clock fur the purpose ol organizing a
Citizens' League in Revelstoke. The
matter in ui 11.nch interest und ini-
i rtance und every citizen should
attend.
A meeting ol the proposed districl
turt association uill be held either
this evening or tomorrow ..t Sicamous
Junction, when delegates trom Golden,
Vernon, Kevelstoke and Kamloops
will meet and discuss the proposed
arrangements.
A patent has bei n granted to John
Bi f .::,:.,. C 1' R. section foreman (f
Ashcroft, li. C, on an improved metal
railroad tie and means lur positively
securing the rail thereto by a fastening that will [permit ol variations ol
gunge being made such as are required
on curves.
l'n :i..- II ipe, Charles Marsh and
Richard Hall, Revelstoke'a champion
• in mere who t-i ik part in the English Bay swimming contest* at Van-
couvei lasl Saturday, have challenged
any three utln-r swimmers in a relay
race at the i ithing p - . at the V. M,
C, A.
I... last issue oi the B, C.Gazetti
.  ntainl ;. 1 imati us pn scril 1 ig a
cl .- :. iii the Okanagan -.- otoi ■
districl if | .irie chii ken, willow
gn us- ind i .- gi ue until Sept, 1,
1910 .11: in the 1 ill - * ..f.i I'....
districts 111 mountaiu shei p (11111
I - a..: after ** -•- mber I l.i. in eacli
year.
In a game nitt,  the  Melbourne
. 1 ••■■ - ,1 ... 1 ich ■■ -- play.d in
that cit) md witne ed bj vei 20,000
people, the AllCai -..-;-     ■;
lii-feat I . the lirsl time, I sing lo tin
* ulral   1.- • 1 ii.. -      ri    i fivi
.   1 - ;-. thr.-e    The n. itch -■ is a
Tlie Austrnliins played    ...   .
g,.!,.- and tl   wed up  in  a  m....
:.. a would d   c;.-.li   t-.  nny    I 1 li
ti , ,- that tl..- tourists have mi t.
POPULAR
PERFUMES
(lm. ii-ii*nii  why  wi- sell -..
much  perfume i-   I ause m.
.m fully watch uur trade nnd
fi..-.- it a point tn always have
.... I.;..nl the pf.iii.-.ila. perfume,
which
• .ili 1 y
A meeting of thc executive ..I tho
Board of Trade will bo held in the
City Hall to-morrow night at 8
u'clock. as business ol an important
nature is up Inr discussion, all members of the executive are requested tn
attend,
Tennis enthusiasts are trying tn
arrange a hig tournament on Lalur
Day in the city. Gulden nud Kamloops hnve been asked to participate.
It is nlso the intention ol tlie tennis
players to visit Golden on August 19
or 20, but as yet these dates are not
definitely decided upon.
.Miss L. Maude Smith, a talented
reader tu d elocutionist, gave an
entertainment last night iu St. Andrew's Churcll, In spite ol tbe in
clement weather, a large number of
people tof.k advantage of the occasion.
Lucal artists ably assisted in tl.o performance which was pleasing nnd in-
It-resting.
Al the animal meeting of the B. C.
Medical Association lasl Friday at
Victoria, 11 resolution was passed
which recommended lhat all hospitals
receiving government aid should bo
compelled to make son. provision for
treating cases of tuberculosis too far
advanced f.-r admission to the provincial sanitarium
Chiel .lu*tic.' Gordon Hunter has
in. at Victoria sworn .11 ns Li. t.
tenant Governor to tnke the office - 1
llis Honor, Governor Dunsmuir, during the letter's absence (rom the
province. Governor Dunsmuir will be
..way for a short time on ace unl
illness of ..nt' of the n embers ol bia
family,
We have received a communication
Irom New South Wales, Australia,
giving aome information regar iff.fi ■
certain remarkable foddei grass which
will accommodate itsell to any climatic conditions ...id give thl
results. Tliis grass is the "paspalum"
and grows in extraordinary luxuriance
md lias bi i-n lound .-sp■--. illy
Ior dairy cattle,
Hon. Frank Oliver, Minister of  the
Interior, will  arrivi   in   the  city ....
Saturday n.  I und will remain here
i a-  the .1.-.  lo. king into inatti
... rd   . r 1 1     |« 1    oopei
r si    enn nl   ...   I    I  tricl    Mr
Oliver   »ill   d . through to thi
1   ist bei      returi.in ttawa and
ivill visil   di fei
,■.•    , . ...f     inl - ..-l.-.-tM. -
the land and timber regulations.
IF YOU WANT
To
liny :i
Rent n
House.
House.
To buy Nice Building Lots
flllSl! ill.
To Buy Splendid Fruit
Lands.
COME AND SEE
Kincaid & Anderson
WE HAVE SOME BARGAINS IN COAST
PROPERTIES
MONEY  TO LOAN
Kincaid and Anderson
Real Estate and Insurance Agfa.
Miss Agnes Thomas has returned to
Vernon from a visit to her sister, Mrs.
K. McRae, uf Revelstoke.
R. Gibbons, manager of the Gibbon.
Lumber Co. of l'ingstnn Creek, Arrow
Lake, was in the city tlie lirst uf the
week.
R. Smith, I'.I, H., returned yesl rday
from a surveying trip up the Nurth
Thnmpson river, Kamloops district,
He lelt today fur Camborne,
E. A, Haggen, M. l-i., lefl this morning for Camborne to examine and report ou the Oyster-Criterion mine in-
the iuteresl of eastern investors.
Mrs. Geo, \V. I'-.pp, ol Seattle, accompanied by I.e.- daughter, arrived
... the city on Friday aud is the guesl
nl her sister. Mra. E. A. Bra lley.
W, A. Henry, (ornii rly ol this oitj
Imi now ol Winnipeg. occom|ianied by
Mis 1|. nry -i eul . c uple I days ii
town thia week - n thi ir - .;. I tin
coast.
PUBLIC MEETING THURSDAY.
CITIZENS' LEAGUE.
Public Meeting Decides lhat the
Standard of Morals must
Improve.
A citizens' liii'i'ting was held in tho
cit. hall 011 Monday night tu discuss
mallei's of general city interest and ill
questions appertaining mllie improvement uf tho tone mid moral s'andard
ot Revelstoke. The meeting was
quite impromptu, but neveithelrss a
good representative gathering turned
up interested in thenellaieof the
city and the general elevation of lhe
citizens. II. Tupping look tlie chnir,
and explained the cause of tlie meeting, pointing out tlnit the time hnd
arrived when the citizens slii.uld form
a league for their mutual advantage
and f.r ll.c mural benefit .-f lhe oily,
Anmng tlie speakers were the Itev. J
II. Robertson, Rev.T. VV. Hall, F.B,
Lewis, \V, Dickey, nnd J. I. Woodrow,
win. pointed out llnl llie moral cnn-
.lui- n ml standard shuuld he linprov
id and that by ll... organization nf .1
Ci.izens' League sueh might be accomplished, Tbo chairman sail ihnt
tl." moral and financial affairs uf Itev-
ulatuko moled adjusting and it was
tl..- duly nf the people tu see it curried
..ut A res..lllli..11 wns passed calling
a pul.lie meeting nn Thursday, Aug. 8,
i;. lhe city hall to tnke Inrther action
in tlie matter, A committee w,.s
appointed to seo into the business
pan ol thu movement and the meeting terminated.
Social and Personal
8. II  Baker
yesterday,
II. Floyd ie
Victoria,
of Glacier, was in town
.pending 0 holiday al
.ue popular in this lo
ASK FOR
Sen Tcur Des Prairies
W. BEWS.
__-_-_  Phm*
Druggist and Stationer.
Mai! Orders promptly
10 ai ihis Store.
attended
Mr.
! family
Loon.
1;. a.
from  a
-Ml..-*
.....I   Mrs.   I-',   li.   Lewis   ainl
nre spending a holiday at St
Bi idle} ri turned on   Sund iy
two weeks trip to tl.o ooast
Mr-. I). McCarthy and Mi*- Mc
Cnrthy ar.- spending a lew days at tho
llaloyon.
Mrs II Cunningham Morris returned mi Monday from a visit tu Lako
shuswap,
Mis, May Anil...ny, ..I Winnl| -:-, i-
iisit.ii.g Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maundroll
f.f this city.
Mr. 111.1l Mrs, .1. M. Scott hnvo
r turned Iron, a weel:'." holiday trip
to St  l.i" n.
Supt. Bonsloy of tho C.P.R. Vancouvor, passed through yesterday morning
en roule to Montreal.
A  public  mei ting held ii
the  city   ball ■   ti glit at 8
.'clock, I
■
given to
ent, and * irtm
ing ol nu*   mportant
benefit.
FATAL ATTEMPT
Running Kootenay Rapids Ends
in Death,
1 iv titer.
■
1 ..I Colin -  itiot,
.
... into iln- Kootenay a few
.|
ing ol   tin il  0111    li....I
Noble, .....
I'l.e iln im   >|
i-i al ii..- i'f.i. Smelter of Ihi
dian 1 ..in lidnted Mining I Smelting
Co  11 id well known 'if. nigh, ut the
f  -. . 1
LYNCHING SPIRIT RAMPANT
Public Exasperation Approaching Frenzy,
Nnv VotiK, Aug. ('..—Thi. fad ial
on Sunday mob vengeanoo held sway
in a mc: riot following ii baseball game
whon live thousand people took pari
11. a lighl and lynching wis narrowly
averted, hoi added tn the seriousness
..(the situate 11 in this city, Oi -I by
tho recent series ol remarkable crime
in   which women  and  girls were ll.e
i-f.-iiins Tl.e mob attacks tovenled a
slate nf pul.In. exasporatlon approaching frenzy, which, it la feared, may
easily load to serious disorders.
Trades and Labor Congress
The twenty-third annual session of
the Trades and Labor Council of
Canada will convene in the city of
Winnipeg beginning at 10 o'clock
Monday moriiing, Sopiombor lllth.
One ..f the inns', important questions
to come up will he tho pulicy ul the
congress towaids immigration, The
idvenl ul thtins.ii.da of immigrants
and the promise of thousands ni"ro
have brought this question to the
forefront and to-day it ranks, says tho
call tothe convention, as one ol the
st dillicult problems confronting
organized labor, affecting, as it does,
wn;.es, hours ol labor, in fact every
condition that surrounds workers in
the s.ile in Iheir labor. The reports
ot tlie provincial executives as to the
progress nl the political action de-
termintd upon at the Victoria eon-
vention last year, will be of great and
enduring interest. Many other matters ol interest will come up.
SPECIAL GOSPEL SERVICES
Evangelist J. A L. Romig, will
..'....duct services at the Baptist Mission
Hall, formerly ocoupied l.y tl.e Salvation Army, for a few nights, until the
weather clears ... as to make the use
ul the large ent possible. Mr. Romig
employs a powerful doublo dissolving
lime light stcreoptican in his meetings
with which he illustrates hymns and
tlie beautiful parables ul theSoriplures.
Tin- Misses Cave uill conduct the
service Isoug and sing some special
duets fi each service. Tonight the
nii.in "Nearer My Gud to Thee." will
be illustrated with ll.e most beautilul
.. • rea tint art pr duces nr that
im >n. y can buy, Services begin each
-   clock sharp,
I    !■    ,
OVER-SEAS MAIL RECORD
V.iv in .1 ii, Aug 6—Record  time
by the overseas mail of the
ii. I' ll    gi tting   in   here  yesterday
v. 1 l.i hours ahead ol  the
i!     ought the mail Irom
the  remarkable lime ol
mail l.-lt Liverpool n
■ ■■ i   lay and I be splendid
ii.    -. the Empress ol China
-•-. uon re abead of time.
i lie U I', Ii. l...er Entpreta ol China
at     1   .-•    ...'  at  midnight Inr the
■11 uge Ilal -.1 paaeengers,
■   ilii voyage lor the.
lhe arrival ol the over-
, broke tl"" record and
.  thirteen hours.. I,«--•<t
IRISH STRIKE GROWS WORSE
Matters Tiiougnt Settled Break
Out Afresh,
- 6 -11 •   itrike situ-
-.-.... grave   The effort!
he carter! di.p ite  a
been bn ken   0
leclai   they  *ui fighl
. lie coal men's dispute
- rok. n  ..in,  involving two
m    Police  who  wi re
.. .-...;,,.,-. tod <y were itoned
hy 1..ill workers, Further Ir.i,-!. r- <>
members ol Irish r,.u.«t,.il>ulary luve
heen effeotod.
»■—.,imwiWiwh in, — ■ » wiiiiw iiu.   11  .m.i m am   itiii ma.  hiiw-jj—^
SI*]* OUR WINDOW OF MEN'S SHOES and
loul. at the Price. Here is a chance for money-saving
as they arc all New Stock and wc have a full range of
sizes. There are Box Calf, Dongola, Vici and Velour
Calf, ill Black, Tan and Chocolate Bals. and Oxfords,
They arc regular $5.00 and $5.50, but the price for one
-^_i__^__i__H__H__i
$4.00 Per Pair
Men's Shirts
We have a nice lot in this line, with or
wilhoul Collars $1.00 Each
See Our Hats
We have a lot of Fine Fell llals at a
Bargain. Soft Hats in Brown, Black,
Greys and Beaver. Stiff Hats in Black
and Brown. They sold ai $2.50 and $3.50
How $1.00
Sargent Gloves
We have a lot of the celebrated Sargent
Gloves. All the wearers say they are the
BEST. We guarantee every pair to be
satisfactory.
Try a Pair
Trousers
Wc have just opened a large lot of the
best value wc have ever shewn. Thev
will I e found to lie well made of good
material that will give good service. Thc
prices range from $1.75 to $4.50 and
every pair are woitli the price we ask.
Do You Need
a Suit Case
We have a large stock, from the cheap
imitation leather to the best solid leather, at
prices you will find good value.
You Will Find All Sizes Here
fe.
Mclennan s
I could make more money .... a ton
1 !„„,, ooal ii,.... ....a tun i.l the coal
mi..ed l.y tllO Orow'l Nest Coal  Cum
pany, lur whom I am  agent, but  I
......Id ....I, sell sn   ...uny   tens.    I   am
aller tho cine hi.ck-f.r-n.oro trade, 10
hurry up ynur (iinil urdeiH and lay iu a
good supply Inr llm cniniiig winter.
E.A Haggen,
THE RAILWAY SERVICE.
There is no occupation so exacting
in its demands upon the vi ry best
qualities inherent in the better clues
ol working men as the railway service
is. Thc amount of ..hysical labor per
formed by a li.email ol a modern
heavy freight locomotive, Inr instance,
is enormous, and while the same may
be said of firemen in the marine service, the boors ol labor nf railway
men are usually longer, besides in the
marine service, generally speaking,
there are days and sometimes weeks
in port where therenre pt-r'odsot com
paiative leisure. In comparison with
every other kind of responsible work,
his work is underpaid.
Not only is this lhe case hut the
leeling of the general public toward
railroad men is not as kindly as it
might lie. Lord Claude Hamilton,
speaking in London recently, Biiid
that "the railway interest was u vast
power, ai d a great organization, funning nne of the most important facte in
the daily life of the nations which had
reached a high, stale ol civilization,
ll.e organization of the railway interest was indeed so vast and complex
that its suspension for one day would
produce dire conlusiun on the com
merce and trade ot the world. Con-
s.during all that the railways had
dune and did fur tlie development of
the resources of the countries they
served, and the marvellous facilities
ihey offered to the travelling public,
those responsible lor their working
received but a Bmall measure of gratitude, The railway interest, iu spite
of its magnificent services to the public, iv.is not popular If anything went
wrong there was a Hood of public
abuse and indignation, whilst when
everything went, right, as was gener
ally tl.e case, tbe railway men received
no credit. This undeserved unpopularity I.fid helped, however, tu unite
railwaymen in nil cnn tries in one
gnat brotherhood,and in no other
service wns this leeling of brotherhood
.i-i.. highly developed."— Loci, notive
Engineering.
Business Locals
Nothing hotter than Cur "Spoolnl.
Lunch baskets in all sizes at (!. 11,
Hume & Co'i,
Patronlie Home Industry. Smoke
Rovelstoke Cigars.
Enos Fruit. Salt, fresh supply just
opened at Canada Drug Slurs,
Sultana st.,v.. polish l.r.c pet tin—
the v.-ry latest—at (I. II, Iluinc A tin's
RovoHoke Cigars Union Made Our
Speoial, The Union, and Maroa Vuelta
are uhonU ol all others.
Lile is   uncertain   even  under  the
MINERAL NOTES.
The gold output ol Victoria, Australia, for the first hall of this year
amounted to 306,1117 ounces.
Mica to the amount ol (i,123 metric
tons was exported trom Brazil iu 1006,
as compnrid with 1,358 tons in 1905.
Traces of cobalt have I eon lound in
the gash v. ins nl lhc granite ol Marquette county, Michigan.
Zinc aud copper unite in all proportions, but only llio alloys with upward
of 50 per cent copper are of industrial
importance,
Dividends pa i.l by the .-old mines in
the Trausiaal fur ihe lirst six months
of the curio..!, year ..muuiittd to
$15,039,015.
Inii .liana sandstones ol Silurian
Devonian, Carboniferous and Terliary
age have been utilized for ghirs milking, but al pres. ut the Carbonilorons
sandstone turiii-l.es the greater put ol
tl.e glass sand output.
Tl.e lignite (brown con ) briquet.iug
industiy in Gerniauy is enormous,
primarily because the supply of raw
material is unlimited, and secondly
because these briquets are nuw being
used for many ind.istri.il purposes,
The more recent uses for lignite
briquets nre Inr fuel in gus producers,
fnr open-hearth steel furnaces, and in
suction gas generators,
WEDDING  RINGS
J. GUY BARBER'S
Marriage Licenses Issued
J.GUY BARBER
C.P.R, WATCH IN8PECT0R
PUBLIC MEETING
Handing Them a Nice Lemon
The editor eat in his olliee whence
all but him had fled, and he wished
that every dead-be.it wae iu his grave
—stone dead. His mind then wan
dered Iar away to tho time when he
should die, and his royal editorial
euiil go scouting to the sky; when he'd
roam the fields ol paradise and sail
over Jasper seas, and all things
glorious would cumbine his every
sense tu pleaBe. Ho thought how
then he'd look across the great gulf
dark and drear, that'll yawn between
bis hnppv Botil and those who swindled
here, and whon for water tbey would
call, and in agony they'll caper, he'd
shout to them "juat quench your
l.l...st witii the due that's on your
paper."—Ex,
PASSING OF WARCL0UD
ClIlOAOO, Aug, 6.—A speci.il despatch to the Tribune from Washington
says:
"Japan and the United Stales propose to demonstrate to each other and
to the world nt largo their mutual
desire to maintain close and friendly
relations, tl.e .1.-m..ustrati.... is tn take
the lorm of negotiations (if the removal ..I nil differences which have arisen
ween them.   Ae a result ol inveeti-
must favorable conditions, nml while
you may worry un your own account, ' gnlioua int.. Asiatic immigration con-
you should not risk the wnllaro cl ditlom whioh Secretary of Commerce
y.,ur family hy   going without in-iir-, ,„„, UUir w d    „    j
,...(•(..    Insure will, lhe Hun   Lile, Ilii'i .   . ,,       ,
-IroogCKl, besl, and moat liberal p Iky ■commission are making tho two gov-
giv.-r in Canada; or provide against eminent! will be in a poeilion to sp-
accident or sickness by securing a proaoh tbe settlement ol the grave
policy with the Sterling Aooldent eaolUilon question wilh a better
Ass..ranee (..in.pany, which  gives you . ...,<.,,
the best, security with the most liberal j »l'l>reci.Uon ol eaoh othcr s neceaBilies
troatmeut,   E. A. Haggen, Agent.    ' »"d ombarraasmente.
A PUBLIC MEETING  WILL
BE HELD IN THE
CITY HALL
THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1907
at 8 p. m.
Por the purpose ot organizing n
CITIZENS' LEAGUE
livery  citizen is given a cnll.il
invitation to lie present,
WANTED
D
ININGItOOM  (HUL WANTKD.
Apply Victoria Hnlel.
F
IOR SALE AT COST-The owner
wishing to leave Kevelstoke as
soon its possible will sell entile stock
nt cost—Miss A. Mas-lrn, opposite
Knox Church, Second Street,,
FURNISHED   ROOMS TO LET-
11..t nnd .-.-l.l balh, .'lc,  Apply
tn Mrs. Flehtham, Ist, Stic.-t, West.
WANTED - Eveiymie having a
huuse to sell..r i-ent to list il
with in.'. I au. Hooded with enquiries
for liuuse propel tins. Phone, cull, or
drop me a card wilh full dcsciiption
and purchase price, or runt required.—
li. A. Haggen, Real Entail' and Instance Agent. Revelstoke, B. 0.
WAH^
tel Rcvelstuke.
npply    I
WANTED-Forty Rive. Drivers-
Apply li.nvin.in Lumber Com-
p.ii.y's Oamp, Fish Oreek.        ng 17
WANTED-A   dining nmm girl.
. Lei    	
month,
i.Tlaud HuH Nrttusp, $90 per
NOTICE.
Tenders wanted lor tl.e erection of
additions to Selkirk Hall, also lor
doal and Woodshed for Post Office
Hall, 1. O. 0. F. l'lai.B and specifications may be seen at the office of Kincaid A And.son, First street. Tenders
shuuld be addressed to J. Mathie, City
and must be in by noon on Tbureday,
August Hih, 1907, The lowest or any
lender not necessarily accepted.      2t
J. MclNTYRE & SON
Full line of Groceries and Dairy
Produce, Men's Supplies, Etc.
Fresh stock always arriving at
lowest prices.
FIRST STREET, • WSSMm
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