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C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Crosse & Blackwell's Jellies
Jams and Condiments
All Finite, Raspberry, Strawberry, Peach', Thun, Apricot, etc, Orosse A Blackwell's linest—tbe name is iigii.it'-
anli f quality.   Put up in i III, tins. 68 Centa
Made uf Finest Seville Oranges, Crnsse A Blackwell's
goods. Purity is assured. These people turn out the
finest to he hnd.   Put up in 7 Ib. tins at One Dollar
C, A 11. Best Malt Vineg.tr, This i.s something ynu
should look for purity in. Put up in quart buttles tn sell
at 35 Cents
Or Olive Oil for Salad Dressings, etc, Perfectly pure
Italian Oil, put up by Crosse A Blackwell in 10 ounce
bottles.  tO Cent8
English Sour Pickle. Put up hy Crosse & Blackwell.
We haven fine assortment in Glass Bullies tn finest malt
vinegar, all sizes. Finest Italian Olives, Real olives, no
imitation cheap goods, hut the real lliing put up by
Otnsse A Blackwell in all size bottles.
We hnve any amount (if all kinds of Glass
Jars and other Preserve Jai-s. Crown Self
Sealing Glnas Jars:
Pinl Sizes at per dnzen  $1.15
Quart Sizes at per dnzen $1.40
Half Gallon Size at per dozen $1.76
C. B. Hume & Co.. Ltd
. ty ty ii i|i ili tii i|i i|i t$ t|i i|i if, *ti fr-F'H' 9 9 'I' '$' 'ft 'I' 'I1 f
Sawmill Supplies, Belting, etc. Stanley's and Starrett's
Mechanics' Toole. Simondi.' and Sliurly nnd Dietrich High
Grade Saws.   Garden Tools in great variely.
Paints and Oils, Knlswrnine, etc.
Plumbing, Tinsmithing and Electrical Departments in
Estimates given.   Job Work Done.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
Convenient Offices for Rent Upstairs.
t Dealers in Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, Miners', Lurobermen'i
and Sawmill Supplies, etc., Plnmbing and Tinsmithing.
Two-Storey Dwelling, Lots D7J x 100, on Mackenzie Avenue,
plastered-Cash *H50, terms on balance.    PRICE   $2,450
Two-Storey   Dwelling,  plasteied and stone basement, Lots
75 x 100 on Second Strtet.     Gush #1150 nnd terms on nalnncc.
One-Storey Dwelling, Lot 50x101), ..(.ar Cowan Block
in the hot weather il you please, but don't overlook
the Snaps in well located LOTS, FURNISHED AND
Oliver Says II Alberta Puts on
$10 Dominion will do Same.
Edmonton, Aug. 8.—Soveral lur
traders had a two hours' interv.ew
with Hon Frank Oliver, minister ol
tho intorior, Baturday, en the question
ol putting a bounty on woll killing.
The largo increase in the numbers ol
these pesla in tl.e I.i. .orth and the
daring lorocity which the hardships of
last winter had produced haa driven
the traders intu taking mure active
Itopa for their extermination.
Mr. Oliver said that II tbo local
government would put a $10 bounty
on wolves he would recommend the
Don.iui.... governi.ie.it tu grant a
similar bounty,
An Association for the Promotion of Greater Interest in
CivicAffairs Officers Elected
—A Representative Gathering
Ono ol the best attended and most
representative meetings of citizens
held in RevelBtoke tor some time, was
that convened in the city h.ill on
Thursday evening. This meeting was
the outcome of an impromptu meeting
of a number ot citizens held on Monday night last, at which matters appertaining to the weltare ol the city-
were discussed, nnd at which it waa
coiiBidered that by the formation ot a
citizens association the moral standard of the city could be raised, and
the meeting nn Thursday evening wns
tu lake further action in tbe matter.
Rev. J. R. Robertson was called lo
the chair and \V. Bews appointed
secretary of the meeting. Tlie chairman brielly explained why the meeting had been called. Stating that
heietofore attention had been confined cbiclly to financial affairs in regard to civic matters and it was
thought wise that some attention le
given to other questions relative to
the city's welfare, and called for nn
expression of opinion from those
It wns moved by C. J. Aman, lhat
an association be organized to be
known as the Citizens' League of
F. B. Lewia thought there should
be f.ee and full discussion of the
matter first. Personally he was in
lavor of euch an organization, but it
w.ib for thc meeting to decide.
R. Howson agreed with the movement. By means of such an association as waa proposed, an opportunity
would be given Irom time to time to
exchange opinions with one another
in regard to civic affairs. It would
also be a good thing for determning
how close the city should be run, or
h nv open it should be.
T. Lewia didn't think any man in
the city had face enough to stand up
in public and say be approved ol the
way in which the affairs ol the 'cTfy
had been run. He seconded the
motion to organize.
J. M. Kellie said the information
was not quite full enough in regard to
the motive .'or calling the meeting. II
the object ia to organize a vigilance
committee, be waa willing to be a
member ot the committee. Hc thought
the government should beaskidto
make a tbur. ugh investigation inlo
the matter ol tbe breaking Iron, gaol
nt tl.e prisoner Lawrence, nnd nleo in
regard to the reported hold-ups Lif.
and property in this city must be
respected and if the authorities were
not capable nf protecting the public,
then tho public would take steps to
protect themselves. It was time
something was done to have a better
state ol affaire in this town.
P. Murphy stated tbat there bad
never been a large enough police lorce
in this town for the proper protection
of the public and claimed there should
be four more on duty during the day
and a like number at night. He also
thought the matter of regulation nl
hacks should be attended to,
G, S. McCarter thought the movement to organize a Citizens' League
was in the right direction. Some
might view it aa an unfriendly movement against certain interests, but hc
did not look at it in that light. Tbe
idea was to make life and properly
safe in this city. It was a disgrace to
the town the amount of rough work
which had been prevalent uf late, and
if those iu authority did not slop it,
put somebody in their places who
would stop it. He thought that the
present police force was inadequate
and agreed with Mr. Murphy thai fuur
men on each sbilt was uut too many.
An adequate police force was not
wanted so much to catch criniim.ls,
but would to a large extent prevent
crimes being committed. The police
coniniissinii.-rs sliould be asked to
draw the lines tighter and run a certain element out ol town, and il tbey
did not do that we oould ask the
I,ie.it.-G..vern..r to replace them, but
d.dn't think that would bc necessary.
Tbe Board ol Trade had juat paased a
resolution demanding an investigation
inlo the recent case of gaol breaking,
and that whoever waa responsible for
it sliould be banded out his medicine.
Ilo also recommended that a by-law
bc passed regulating buck driving. At
present any blackguard oould drivo a
back,  Tbe lioeuce ibould be made a
pirsonal one to the man   who  drives
the hack.
The.pieslion ns to organization was
then put and carried.
F. B. Lewis then moved, seconded
by P. Hooley, that the exontive ol tho
League tie composed of the ollicers.
A president, vice-president, secretary
and treasurer.
W. A. Foote thought there should
be an executive of at least twelve.
G. S. McCarter was not in favor of
a large executive as the tendency
would then be to leave too much to
F. B. Lewis said his opinion was
that it was best not to have an executive at all in the ordinary sense of tlie
term, so that no body of men would
have any authority lor taking any
action without the approval of the
League as a whole.
Tue question was then put and
D. K. MePherson said that it was a
rtgrettnble thing to have tj admit
tbat the people of Revelstoke couldn't
look after their own affairs, but had
to call on the Lieut-.-Govcrnor to
assist. There was something louse
somewhere when such was the case.
It was moved by W. Hews and
seconded hy W. A. Foote, that the
purpose ol this League shall be lo
conserve and promote the host interests of the City t.i unite and educate
public cpinion on ail questions in
eluding the commercial, industrial
and moral questions, and to aid our
civic authorities in requiring a faithful observance of thc laws by which
we arc governed —Carried.
The matter ol qualification of membership was then discussed and it was
decided .hat any person who subscribes
to the resolution and is a bona lide
citizen be a member.
A membership was then passed
around and 63 ol thoae present
subscribed their names as members of
the League.
The lollowing officers were then
elected :
President, 0. B. Hume; vice-pres.,
J. M. Kellie; secretary, W. Bews;
treasurer, R. Howson.
Moved by J, P. McLennan, seconded
by G. 8. McCarter, that the executive
frame a set of by-laws for the League
and submit them for approval at the
next meeting.   Carried.
Moved by J. M. Kellie, seconded by
J. P. McLennan, that a resolution be
addresaed to the Lieut.-Goveruor-i.i-
Council asking that au investigation
be held into the matter ot the escape
of the prisoner Lawrence from gaol
and also in regard to recent holds-tip.
Moved by V. Hooley, seconded by
C. Junes, lhat this League demand
the City Council and Police Commissioners lo enforce the law in
regaid to publio gambling.—Carried.
Tbe enforcement of tbe Sunday
closing by-law and other matters were
left ovei till a future meeting.
C. J. Aman suggested that a membership list be left at the City Hall for
signatures uf those who might wish to
become members of the League, but
were unable to be present at the
meeting. Thefidea was considered a
good one and will be acted upon.
The meeting then adjourned to
meet again on Thursday, August 15th,
Drunken Man Runs Amuck in a
Private House.
Under tbo inlluence ol liquor und
brutally violent, aman walked into the
residenco ol Fred Fraser on Wednes
duy night ami commenced to run
amuck wrecking some ol the furniture, doing goneral damage to household property and putting up a strong
fight when resisting ll.e mm.iteaol the
houae, who ejected the mnn once. He
returned and closed thn door, putting
a chair against tbe inside and pie-
vented Mr. Fiaser (rom getting in.
Jack Fraser meanwhile climbed up
the verandah, gut a revolver, and kept
guard outside while Mr. Eraser (etched
tl.e police. Police assistance was
obtained and the man was arrested
by constable Boniiisun and brought
before Police Magistrate Pinkbiun llie
next day and lined $25 and coats.
Thc ontoring of private Iioubob by
drunks has been lar too prevalent in
Revelstoke, allll the extreme penalty
ol the law in a few cases will serve as
a warning and lesson to those characters who boUBcbrcak, create disturbances und Lighten women and
children in private houses and a:o
otherwise a menace to lifo and property.
Huylers' mixed chocolates $1 a Ib
package at Bews' Drug Store,
Desperate Train Robber and
Three Others Break for Liberty-Bloodhounds are On
the Trail.
The notorious Bill Miner, with
tliree other convicts, escaped from tlie
Provincial gaol at New Westminster
at about 3:30 o'chek Thursduy after-
noon. It was all done in a way quite
worthy of Miner. There w.ib nn
shooting, no tussling with guards, no
bravado of any kind, but jiiBt a little
digging under a fence, a climb with a
ladder uver another fence and then a
j-.g trot into the wild woods and
oblivion. Ever since a vigorous
search lias been kept up, but till the
time of writing no Bign hns been dis-
•uvereil uf the fugitives,
Tlie men who eecipod ure :
BILL MINER, all is Edwards, sentenced (or lile imprisonment (or holding up the C.P.R. express near Kamloops last Summer.
J, McCLUSKEY, sentenced to 7
years lor shoplifting in Vancouver,
Hud served about (uur yeurs.
GEORGE CLARK, sentenced to
three yeurs (or passing bogus cheques
in Nanaimo. Hud Berved about eight
WOODS, sentenced to tliree years
for sleuling in Victoria. Hud Berved
about one year,
When the men made their escape
they were working in tlie brickyard of
lhe penitentiary under the supervision
of Instructor James Doyle and Guard
J. McNeil.
The lust seen of them was by a boy
named Slater, who wusbalhing in tlie
creek outside. He saw the four men
hi their priBon clothes pass over the
bridge and disappear iu the bush to
the north.
When the meo were missed, a general alarm was sounded, all the prisoners were mustered and marched Irom
tbe grounds back to the cells, and the
entire lorce of guards stalled in chase
uf Miner and nis companions.
Tbe single bloodhound available
worked for a time yesterday morning,
but made little progress. One thing
was settled, however. Alter going a
mile aud u half, Miner separated from
his companions and Btarted off by
himself. Every ell'oit ia being made
to prevent his escape to the south ol
the river.
Yesterday morning three men who
answer to the description ot Miner's
companions called at the Sisters' hospital, a quarter of a mile from the
penitentiary, uud obtained breakfast
They wee dressed in cniz ns' garb
and insisted on paying li.r illl'il ineul
Since then all truce ol them bus beei
Miner  is  known to have plenty of
money  cached  buiiio plsce and it is
leured by tbe ollicers that if he ever
gets to tho coin be will drop out
sight completely.
All the men ure clean sinned und
have close cropped prison hair.
Miner is uf slight build, tall and
straight, sharp featured and grey
Mill luskey is a man ol medium
b..ild, with dark complexion and sour
expression of face.
Woods is ol stout build, about live
Ieet nine iu height and of dark com
Clark is about live leet ten in height,
of slighter build, with fair hair and
light comploxion.
Vanwuivhii, Aug. 9.—Thc Nortli
American Timber Company of St.
Paul, a recently organized syndioate
of Minnesota and Iowa sawmill owners
have invested five milliun dollurs in
Vancouver island uud mainland
timber limits. Tho purchases to date
include two hundred and sixty squ.tro
miles and tbey are now n.-g..tinting
for another hundred square miles to
cut for oxport and Canadian trade,
beginning next your. Thoy have also
invested heavily in Oregon.
Proiniuent B. C. lumbermen Bay
indications point to a greatly increased
demand Iur lumber and Stiffening in
prices. Tlie price ol lumber to-day is
fifty per cent, higher ,tl.an two yours
Cost of logs such ns aro required for
lumber in demand is fully forty per
cent, higher than two years ago. The
cost of tools and equipment is also
Ludies Rain Coats—We havo the
largest aud most up-to-date stock
over shown in Revelstoke. Grossman
A Morrison,
Headquarters for  Tetley's   Teas
A full line of this, The Finest Enamel Wan* on the Market,
See Window.
Mnde from IXXX Charcoal l'l.ile. a guarantee nn every article
that, il won't rust under any conditions. We have :i good variety of
these goods.   Ask to see tl.OIU. ,
With Improved Handles, Ringer Holders and Rim Bottom,
guaranteed not tu leak, good material, well made.
Headquarters  for Tetley's Teas
Dwelling for Sale
Value .... $1650 00
Sale Price. $1300 00
The above is a Six-Roomed House In good locality
with Fifty feet frontage, Guud Fencing, Sheds, etc.
The owner does not live  in  Revelsloke  and  consequently needs money.  ,
Thc actual cash value is as stated above and  S35U
cannot be made easier than by buying this property,
We will loan ynu money to assist in the purchase.
Wc huve for sale (10 acres nf choice  land on (.'run-
berry Creek,  rear Arrowhead,  suitable  for Fruit aud
Horticulture,   VI'*!'1'1',—»-.-,'■ '-o.-ise can mak,' a fine home
and a sptendld indepeuo.  [or liinis.n and family on
this property.
Price—$30 per acre on guud terms.
Revelstoke ami Agencies, 1
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Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first St. Op.
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office  Toronto, Ontario.
lirinii-ii.i- it. tl.o Province! ..f Manitoba, Alberta, HaskHtCewaii,
llrili.ti Columbia, Ontario, yusliec.
Oapltal Paid Up ....   •4,825,000.00
Reserve Fund ....        $4,825,000.00
D. R. WlLKIE, President; il.in, U.Jakki.ay, Vice-President.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available In all parti ol Canada, United Statoaand
Europe. Speoial attention given to Collections.
Savings Department
Deposits received and Interest ull..tted al currant rate frnm date
uf opening account, an.l compounded four times a year.
Revelstoke Branoh, B. C.-A. E. Phipps, Manager.
Eaton Hurlbut "la.ueiuc Note Pn- Luting applet, plums, peaches,
per " 50 cents a pound (IU0 sheets,, all blackberries and ripe tumaloes to-day
Bewe' Drug Store. ' at C. B. Hume A Co.'a. I'UnUBHK
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Chas. Murphy.
Hahiu.1i Fisher
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Hahkistkhs, Solicitors, Etc.
Money to'Loan
Siii.ir.Ti.ii.-'i--..ii'M..i>..Ns Bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
a—,-,- of all Ore.   Sample, by mall or cxpresB
reeelvc prompt attention
Tortus Mini.-rate.
Addkesi     •     •    •     Box ifi.' K.isi.o. It. C
Provincial Land Surveyor,
;.Mi..e Sun-eying
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 100, HKvi'ii.s-riiKi-:
r.Meml.e.    American ;institut
Mining Engineers).
Mend..-. Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstoke, B. 0.
Mine Management, Examinations
and Reports.
Reports compiled, Plans and Blue
Prints of Land. Timber Lin.ils. .Mines,
Mill-,-ind Buildings prepared in si..-.p..
for submission to prospeotiveinvestors
ur purchasers.
Zbc flltatUlbcralo
"1 would . . . eaucstly advlso thorn for
their ^ood to ortlt-r this paper to be punctually
---:■■- fop, and to be looked upon ...* a partol
the tea eQuipage."—Addison.
A Citizen's League has   now  been
Organized in Revelslpke and it wiib a
pleasing feature that  the  movement
baa appealed to the people to the extent of rousing the enthusiasm evinced
on Thursday night.    An orguni^rtV,,*,
of  this  description  has  been   long
di"";:;,vrri,"and oft times mooted in n.e
city,  and   the  events ol the last few
weeks have demonstrated thc practical
need of u citizens' ass ciution, where
citizens themselves can stand up and
say what they think is right nnd  just
lor tbe community, and where publio
opini- ri can be voiced win n questions
affecting h .me lile  nei d acting u| o i.
When the city i-  c incerned   no  ... e
sh. . I hesil i-    :. -   :.: j :' rn ir' ui d
-,    :i g  n l.n behn I nn I the ptople
bav.   i ith. fi    ■   ..  : - ■ pro. el   ;
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the city, thn ugh tbe li inrd .I i... le
and a Citizens' Asioi iati in, tb it an
outside municipal jurisdiction, Mi rn-
b rs "f these organizations abould, bb
eucb, do tbe work entailed, not  leave
it I i a lew, since Height ..I numl • ■
tells in momentous questions, Tbe
organization must be strong and well
supported to be of any use, nnd lhe
lirst interest! evinced si.....Id never be
allowed to diminish. It is to be I...pul
therefore that the Citizens' League
once Instituted will never weaken in
its power and inteiest, and although
lormtd indirectly as an outcome aud
protest against the peace disturbing
conditions that have been of late rife
io tbe city, we would urge that under
any condition the people etill take
interest in the work nl the league,
which has be?n promoted to conserve
tlie safety, honor and welfare ol our
coiun unity.
The results of the work organized
and commenced by tbe Fruit A Pro
duce Exchange ul Il.C, have sit...v..
surprising f.-uiures ami have beeu almost beyond the expectations nf the
promoters, When the exchaiigo uus
first discussed it was generally under
stood that its ell'.-cts at the oil's t
ivould he limited, hut us lime went on
and the nature ol ll.e work more
thoroughly understood by fruit growers and farmers in general, the l.cnelils
thnt would accrue to growers and consumers aliko would In. to a great extent demonstrated, and the unsatisfactory slate of affaire in regard to llie
proper distribution of fruit remedied.
In formers years it hits been well
known thnl many towns liuvci.nl
been able to obtain a pound of fruit
while ..:' tho i.ihor lund other Beotious
have been glinted, This has occurred
simply I-.'.':...-.- ll.e growers did not
not know where, or bow, or when to
Biiip iini, fruit. Cnnsrqiiently giowcrs
becai If.-gii-ii-il and consumers .I s-
■utisfied uiiii llie eiiinliii.iiis. By
menus ol tho exchange, tho prnperdis
trih..iini. of fruit .....I produce will he
.limed at, and by litis agency the best
markets and prioes [ur growers and the
nest quality aud steady supply ol fruit
and produce for consul..ers will he o!--
tained. Like all other undertakings, the
i roliininary business hns been hard,but
with services of u capable head, ilie
-lucess, so far, bus exceeded all hopes.
The secretary-ill..nuger in the city has
stated that orders havo been enn.ing
in almost phent.uiemtbly from outside
points .....I that the difficulty now
presents i'seli aB lo whether the fruit
crop will he suflicienl to cope with Ine
demand, The market prices are guud
and considerably in excess ol last yenr,
but sueh as will Batiafy growers nnd
consumers alike. Tl.e popularity of
lirilisli Columbia fruit has been responsible for this increased demand,
und ,-r...vers should rise to the occasion
and t:.lce advantage of it, That lhe
work of the exchange is doing good is
evident und the time has already arrived when a larger sti.ll' is necessary
to handle the over-growing business
which has heen organized to further
the fruit growing industry in Britisli
Columbia, With demand and supplj
carefully regulated nnd conserved ll.e
industry will materially develop and
achieve greater success lhnn under
the old regime nnd beoome even more
popular than it is todny,
From tbe " Laud o! the lung, white
cloud" to " My Lady ol tlie Snows "
is.. fur ery, but three venturesome
New Zei.l.inil"rs hnve journeyed all
the many: in...'-}" leagues to see lhe
great I) minion, Cliar'es Haw trey,
accompanied by John nnd Walter
Smitli, arrived in the city recently
from Auckland, Now Zealand. They
arc going through Canada to England
und then home.
Of their long trip across Ilic Pacific
thoy have much to say, but when it
onme to speaking ot tho Hiickics they
could not express tl.e wonder and
pleasure they felt at the grandeur and
beauty of their mighty peaks.
" Our conception of Canadu," said
Mr. Hnwlroy to tbo Herald, wa,
underrated, und from whnt wo have
seen su (ur I ihink we will meet with
lhc biggest surprise r[ our life
A little incilent which greatly
impressed the men from the souih
occurred a few miles east of Sulkirk
Tlir. e ears of ll.e Ira'u. left the truck
in lln- middle of tho night. The
engine und a l.rukemoti dopaited, and
very shortly along enme a gnng of
navvies und u ruadmaster.
Mr, Hawtrey watched the operation
with great interest Who-, he saw llie
gold braided conductor of the Irnin
don a suit of oveialls and bos. the job,
his surprise kno.v no bounds.
"Inside ..( lwo hours," remarked
Hawtrey, " thnt conductor bad those
curs buck on the truck. The way he
bossed the navvies and tlie roiidmneiei'
was a revelation, He most certainly
knew bis husiness."—Culg.iry  Herald.
Mike Carlin, lute of the Columbia
River Lumber Co., bus purchaeed a big
ranch nt Shuswap.
The C. P. R, are doing considerable
c instruction work near Sicamous The
Spallumcheen Hive.- bridge is being
lllled in on both sides us Iar as the
The strenuous life is killing tlie
men of Chioago at u tremendous rale,
ivl.ile ll.e wi.ii.e-. of ll.e cily arc inert-;.s.ng their lungeviiy by the einipli
Inthooffioi.il health bulletin Health
Commissioner Evans de.il.ires that u
few centuries will seo Chicago an
Adamless Eden. Dr. Evans bases his
co'.elusions Iron, the dentil rate n
Cliioago for 20 jours, and particularly
in tbo I ist seven nientlis, when live
members of the stronger sex died for
every two of the fairer. Dr. Evans
makes tha startling statement thut
lor the pnst seven months ..-( 11107 ill
Chicago 12,000 men succumbed ub
compared with 3,000 women. He
says the ratio of difference in the
difference in the death rate between
men and women has been HO as
against less than 10 per cent. 20 years
C. lt. Liuni., president nnd O.Lnch-
inund, scc.-treiisurer of-the Lamb.
Wataon Lumbor Company, were in
town on Thursduy from the smith,
en route fur Shuswap Lake, where
they will visit the camps nl Seymour
Arm and othcr parts operated by the
The Rev I!. .1 I! ..ven, agent ol the
Brilii-hJ and Foreign Bible Society,
iiilieialeil in St. Peter's church un
Sunday morning |..*i, and pleached
in the Methodist el.inch in the evening. At both these services Mr.
Bowen presented the aims and work
of the great society which he represented. In the afte-noon at i o'olock
he lield a public meeting in llie Y. M.
C. A. Rooms and delivered a very
interesting address. Tlie Misses Cave
inking part iu tlie Biptist Mission in
the city, sang a duett.
A Ion.il branch ol ihe society was
formed, Itev. W. C. Calder was elided
president, II, Howson, secretary, and
Waiter Bews, treasurer, A number
signified their intention to join the
society and a lew give their n ines,
On Monday Mr, Bowen was quite
successful in adding n number ulna nice
and subscriptions to the list. Tlie
lm mi brunch bus staitid under very
Imp. (ul circumstances nnd promises
in l.e .... active agent ol the soeiciy in
this sictiou ot 13. 0. Mr Bowen lelt
.... Tuesday morning lor tbe cast.
Lab ir day is being looked ufler by
members of the dill', rent labor organizations, in whicli every number is
asked to help make it a tig succe-s | -s
it is lieing handled by the labor boys
tbe -natives. Everyone gue H u helping Inuid.
Incorporated by Acl cf Piitllnmont, 1853.
Wm. Muls.in .Maitiikksiin, Pies, S. II. Ewino, Vice-Pres,
Jamks Elliot, General Manager.
Cap ial paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
S-xly-l.iu  brunches in  1'iina.li. and  Agencies  in  all  paris of the
Interest credited four limes a year nt current rates on Savings
Bank ih-puslts, until further notice.
W. IJ. PRATT, Manager,
Rkveutokk, n. 0.
Peer Ili-.-uls.  If '   I*  Bird., I'M.
> . . -.1 | I.
Animal ln.pi - .'iiulcl.
(i. Hoi ill.
i..r-.l I'.r*.
...I ilm-lo Av...
v..|i...ke.    .'*
Bring Your Purse
Alone With You
In uur S'..re if yuu want In purchase
a New Carpet, Flue Oriental or Wil-
lull lllg, ...filling nl-liifiilf-iiln and see
huw uiiicli further its contents will
l.-ike yuu iu purchasing lhnn il will al
uny uthei s'iiit in the cily, Our
.Spring styles nre trad)' for yuur
select Inn.
1 ;  I]   ,,....1;.yr_
KIM than. all.
lying about
when uud a*
 SOLD »V —
toe. por pick.., or S paoKeto ttr Uo.
will lu, a whole ..uon.
Local Rovelstoko
Socialiot Party of Canada
Meet. Hrst and Tlilnl WodneKtuy in the mmilli
In Selkirk U-iit, upstairs, at 8 p.m. Subject for
discussiun -"Arrnlnnraent ..I 1'ii.iilnlism." All
interested aro welcome.
C. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
Me. is Second and Fourth Wednesdays in
oach month, i" Selkirk Ilnll. Visiting Woodmen cui-iliiilly invited lo attend.
w. ll. ARMSTRONG, Con. Com.
II. W. EDWARDS, Ulerk.
The George B, Howard Company Will Play Three Nights in the
Opera House. Commencing Thursday Night, August 15th.
F. 0. E.
Th,. regular moetlngs nro held in llio Selkirk
Hull overs 2nd eud4thTuosdnyevening .it8
o'oloca. Visiting brethren aro corellnllj Invited,
H. A. BROWN, l'...:s.u..sT.
VV. K. UcLAUL'HLIN, 8bcbbtabt,
Koot'.nnv LudueNo. 15 AF. & A.M.
The regular moei-
in./- aro li.-l.l in Hull   Masonic    Toinplo,
'   Jd.ihflloi"* Hf.fi,on
Hi. third Muiitla-.it
such month   at   s
. I p..n, Visltlngbroth
; -   ren   cordially  wt.l
> --■•> come
.-. .'.. I'HU.'l'SlKlt, Sbckktabv,
SE'uKi'.lK LOI) IB, Nil  12. I. 0. 0. Y.
Mi-.-l*ifViryTli.|-s' j
.ning   in   Selkirk
.Hall   at   8   o'ciock.
IViaittng brethren on •
i|inli)  Invited to i,l-
'.'■ n illii. (-kc
C   i * tngro lodge, K. of P.,
i't.   28, fiew'f.i.Gi.0, B. C.
Import direct from Country ol origin,
Id.  O.
} P.   BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.  i
HEAD Ot'MCK I  ('Ai.i.-Miv, AwiRHTA.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
1'i.rk I'fit-ltni-H ;u..| Dealer   In  l,iv» Stock,   "ilii-kul* in fill Mlu iiriii.-ipal   Cities uml
-'"tnvns ol .lln.rt.1. llritisl. ....iiiiiii.i.-i uml tl..-Viik..ii.  Parkers of ll.e i'elel.mte.1 Brand    A
l.n ur  or" life.., mil ll.i.'.ui, fiul Slifiini-.i-fk llri.nl, Lu-ll ' ur.l. ft
Fnp Agricultural Implements. CiirriaKO*, Wngoati'l Kto. j;Jnhii
Douro I'lnuchs, Mnlino WaRoii-i, ('nimda ('iirriane Cnmjiaiiy's
Buggies, Planet jr., Qardon Sundors uud Cultivators, Whool-
wrlght and Blacksmith Work uttouded to. llor.<o Shooing a
Jewelers and Opticians
Next to Imperial Hank
Improperly fitted glasses are worse lhnn
no glnsses and neglected eyes oflen means
Our Optical Department is in charge o
Mr. M.S. Hastings, Kef. I)., and positively guarantee satisfaction,
Ii has been proven lhat 90 per cent, of
headaches are caused by defective eyes
ami il dues not follow that because you
have good eyesight that your eyes arc not
Have your eyes attended to now and
save trouble and expense.
J. l-fcimFE 8 SCN
Ku'l line of (Jive, ri.-uiid Dairy
Produce, Men's Su|.|.lite, Elc.
Fresh stock alwaya arriving at
lowest price.
FIRST ST[.EET, • 0ITV restaurant
uur ..rii.-i-s r..r yonr
,.- i|-....l n.iiku llouls
.)' I.cillllt'1- flnu.ls. . .
Ban <-
.mil 1-.
Mauufnetiirod for till oliitwoslof buildincf
All Kii.dfSjir liiitlitliiRHUil iilusterltig
To Buy Property In and Around
Nover Again will It be so Low
I have tor sale the following.—
One Collage, corner Charles and
Douglas St.—$800. easy terms,
Two Houses,  Third St.—$1,500
Oue House, comer King and
Front Sts.—$1,700.
One House on Douglas Sl - $Boo.
Eight Acres just oelside the Cily
Limits, suitable for fruit—$100 por
acre. Together with larger lots
of Fruit Lands near the Cily.
Also one .5 fool Iol suitable for
business site on First Street, close
to McKenzie Ave.
Kor full particulars apply lo;—
Revelsloke, B. O.
All Kinds ol Light and Heavy
Hauling Undertaken
Dealer in Wood, Cwil and F.e.l,
Phone 71. Home Plume
1 ......ff  .
Central Hotel
za___.REVEL8TOKE, B. C.
N'.-h-I'. Ii iiii.     FirPt-cluFs- in every ri-Fpect,    All nioiii-n. ct.i.v.ui.ni.-
l.i.rue Snmpln Itocnii1.
R.-tcs $1.50 per Day, Spocl I Weekly Rales.
Queen's Hotel, front Lake,
uii.nri- siiinc   niiiniiL" iiHii-i
K   . .*
• »—1
.... u. --«c-
.   .. il 3,1. S'.l
IhN. *
suitably fiirnishul wilh thc choicest thc
iiiiiikct iiffiirds. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,    Rat is $i a day    M":it!i!y imk*.
r. b y: rt   stoitei   prop.
.. i ;LmC0.
I DERBY, e. C.
I ha      ■ - ■ :   - "- for
; m Winnipeg
■ i '-.' hi.- mv.    I'.-.-
:..-   10   ; -,- •■■
, Iii .-- 01 small,
.1 ■   I  ■
.      tlei a ■ fietted.
In lhe Geo. B. Howard Company, wl.ioli conies to the Opera Home lor   ■ ■      «••        i
three night, and a matinee, beginning Thursday night, August I'.il.. Manager J 3, J,     I.     flOOUlOW.
tapping promises the people of Rovelstoko tho strongest and  besl -■
that hn« ever appeared at his theatre,   Mr Howard himself has no equal in j,.r r*niicii  oai/iup
the comedy line and tho clasB of plays he will offer here during his engsgi      '',,'' t aAVIHU
ment are Inr superior In every respect to nny ever given before in  Revelst k-   i/Onii-SAViNC SOAP
I In ii- -.-.ili be n ohange ol bill each n ght snd on tl nl account thi   pie.
have been arranged so that every one may have nn opportunity to ie.
admirable company in ul! the plays thoy will produce hers,   The opening bill
will be the beautiful English society comedy, entitled "Christopher fr,
This in tin. comidy in which that great aotor, John Drew, .....I tbe celebrated
actress Maude Adams, starred In throughout the United Htutes and Eastern
Canada,    It la u play that will naturally appoal to us as the soones ol the
firat two acts nre laid in London and tho last Uvo In India,    Enoh nnd evory
oharaoter is personally known to nn uml without doubt there are many of un
who will bo carried baok to our boyhcod daya in witnessing the struggle ol
poor "Christopher .Ir," against his wealthy fntl.er "Christopher Sr,"
Wo will have something more to e-iy ol this oxcellept oompany in mir
noxt Issue, and in tho meantlmo don't lall to get ready to nee the opening
I erlurmancc,   To n.ias it, will he to rcgiet it.
Royal  'in..v.. kii.'l—
 le in Vancouver   I..-
-mi , ;.,. -,,1-y west ..i Winnl
peg. House cleaning ami
... i-fii- g no easy with it I p
And thi money saving >j 11..
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give foi
Hoviil Grown Wrappers, Hen.I
(or   it—I'*ree—A Imi,  try   the
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
Best brands oi Wines, Liquorsand Cigars.   Travellers'to
l?ish Croon will .'ind excellent accommodation at tliis
OHIEF   YOUNG, Proprietor
Court of Revision.
Notice is hereby given that tlie llrnt
sitting of the Court ut* Hevisiun tu revise .mil correct the Assessment Hull
un prepared hy the Assessor for the
City nl* Hevelsluke f...- the yenr 11*17,
will lm held ul the Council (ilinnil....-,
Oity Hull, Hevelslokc, B.C., on Wednesday, September -till, 1007, at 7;il()
til 11. FLOYD,
Oity Olerk.
Under   New   Management)
FiMi-clim accommodation
Best lirnriilH of Wines,
lor travellers,
SpiritH,   and
RATES   $1   AND   $1.50   PER   DAY
James Evans
Doalers in   Heel,   Pork,   Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and Oamc in
Season, Orders promptly attended to,
First St. Revelstoke
All kinds ot Green Vegetables ready lor the Market.
Kresh local grown Strawberries $,3.25 and $3.50 Per
Kipe Gooseberries 10c.
Per Lb.
Front Street, Revelstoke
From France, Holland and
reliable varieties ut reusui'-il.tu prices.
Fertilizers, BcoHnpplieH, Spruj' Piiii.|B
Sprnying Material, Out Flowers, eto.
indent established niiisciy on tl.e
iuinliii.il of ll.C.   Cutnliigu.. free,
Halcyon Hot Springs
Under lhe new management nf
llAHRY  McINTOSH,     otfui'iu   House
L eyun an* I he must curative in tbe
world, A perfect, nntuial remedy for
nil Neivous nnd Munculnr diseases,
Liver, Kidney nnd Stomach ailments
und Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Speclnl
rates on all bonis and trains. Two
mails anive nnd d. int. every day.
Telegra h con.mini ution with all
innrts of the world,
Thumb- $12 tu $18 per week.   For
further particulars apply tn
Halcyon Hot Springs
■    Arroiv Lake. B. C
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.  WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
;. ]#  fc   IflURCI   OHHU
■j 25c. to 50c. on the .).
\\ Your Grocery, Clothing
Drygoods and Shoe Bills
WE PAY FREICHT tunny railway station
iu Western Ontario, Manliobn, Saskatchewan, Alberta ami British Columbia,
Write for our Latest Prioe List, it is
mailed iri-e on request.
We only handle lhe Jbesl goods money
can buy, only goods of hesl mills, manufacturers and packers shipped.
We make Prompt Shipments.
We absolutely guarantee satisfaction
and Delivery.
All Goods Guaranteed or Money Refunded.
il is a duly lu You, lo Your Family and
to your I'l.eliel Hook lo it.vcstig-.lc our
We do nol belong lo lhe Jobbers' or
Retailers' Guild or Association or any
I rust.
References i Any Bank, Railway or
Express Compile)- iu llie Cily, or the
names of live.ily thousand satisfied cus-
(timers in the lour provinces.
Write for Our Prioe List To-day.
Northwestern   Supply   House
2T,i) and 261 Stanley Slreel
Rides, Shotguns. Revolvers.
Fishing Tackle, Tents, Hunting and Outing Suil*., Canoes,
Boats Typewriters und Ofllce
Disk, Field and Ope... Glasses,
All nt less lhnn half price.
Write ut ...ice for liin list,
Nail wipe wank, N. B., Canada.
Parlies having staked good Timber Limits on Columbin Kiver or
its tributaries, and who wish to
dispose ol same, cnn meet us at the
Aug. 8th, 9th, 10th, 1907
Call on us if you have anything
good to offer.
H. J  HASKAMP    •     H. THIEN
After date mentioned write to
Hevelslokc Und District,
District ot Went Kootenny,
Take notice that Bowman Lumber Company,
Ltd., ol Ilevelstoke, B. C, occupation Lumber
Manufacturers, intends to apply tor a special
timber licence over tlie following described
Inn tls:
CommoneiitK at a t-ost ■planted on the south
■side of nurthoast arm Upper Arrow Lake and
marked "Bowman Lumber Company's N. K,
coruer pout," thence east 811 ohalns,thont)e nout li
8" chain*, thenee west HOohalliS, thencu north
W elinins 10 yoitii mi commencement, nml con
tuiniiiK t'du .leres, in ire or let-s.
Dated July 31,1017,
wag"    Uy their Agent, John U, McCarthy,
Kevelstoke Uml District.
Oistrietol Wust Kootenay,
Tnke notice ihni wu. Lamb-Watson Lumber
Co., Ltd , uf Arrowhead, occupation Millown-
ers, in end tu npply for permission tti pun-base
th ■ following described land:
Coiiiiiien..ii*g al a po^ planted at the S E.
cornerof ltalph Simpsons app.ication, Ualenn
1 ay, llienco north 8U chains, Lhcuce easl HI
chains, ihonoe nui-ih 20 chain*1, limine cast 2u
ohaius, ihence suuth •JO chains more or less to
Galena Bay, Uience southwesterly along north
siiuivof U.ilcnn Hnylo puinl of commencement.
Uuedftrd July. ID;".
Lamb-Watson Lumber Co., Ltd.,
wed aug 7 O, B. -N. Wilkie, Agent,
Revelstoke Und District.
Dislricl of West K001 enny.
Tako notice that 0, A. Kreuman of Kiwlo, ».
C. ocoitpatlnu Minei*, intends to apply for
special limber licences over lho following described lands:
1 Commencing at a post planted on the
north side of Drift Crenk, about 4 miles from
lhu UrdenU Hlver, thuncu west lit ehnins,
thuncu north 160 chains, thence east 4U ohalas,
1 lun.*.'sum li Ili" chains-
2 Communcing ai a post planted on lhe
north Bide of Drift Creek, abuut 'A miles from
the Lardeau lliver, thuncu norlh 40 chnius,
tlience east ltiU ehains, thenoo south 41) chains,
thenco west IS) clmins.
;i Commencing al a pjst plnnted on the
north side of Drilt Creuk, ahout '.'1 111l.es from
the Lardeau Hlver. tlience wusi lu clmins,
thunce norlh IS) chains, thouoe cast 40 chains,
thence south Iff chain*
Dated June Iftth, 1007.
sat jly 13 0, A. KBKKMAN
Notice Is hereby glvtin that thc undersigned propose to Incorporate a Company, to he known as
the "Columbi. Biver ■tramway Oompany, Limited," under tlie Tramway Company Incorporation
Act and Amending Acts, Willi power to build,
maintain and operate a double ur single track
railway »r tramway with the necessary branch
Hues, aide-tracks, switches, turnouts, polea.wlius,
euniluits anil appliances Upon, along or over any
lands situate hi that part of the District of West
Kooleuay In the Province of BrbUh Columbia
comprised within that certain area within a raiUiiH
nf Hve miles from Death Kupida in tlie Districl of
West KiHitenay, tu carry passeugcra and freight
and to use such motive power as may be deemed
advisable and for utlicr purposes,
The general route of said proposed railway or
tramway isasfollowsi Itcginniiig at a pomt mi
the bank of the Columbia itiver near the foot of
Priest Itaplds lu West Koutenny District, tlience
In a northerly direction uloiix the valley of the
Coin niiuii Hlver to a point at or near thu mouth of
Flawiru Creek.
Dated this mli dny of July, 1007.
MtJ]y_7-Ntl              F, MeCABTY,
 0, H. AlcCAbVlEll	
West Kootenay Laml District, Dlstrictof Rovelstoke, H.C. Tako notice that Uu (it'll William
H«HKcii. "' Bevclstoke, B.C., occupation Insurance A lien t, Intends to apply for purmlsnlou to
purcliHso the following descrilied land;—Com-
in™ inn at a p >st planled mi thu wualiirn ilmru u(
Upper Arrow Laku, at Bannock Point, uml marked   "It.   W.I HuggOH'S   SOIllll-UOSt   iiiiiier   pusl,"
situato iilionl .illelinlns (nmi llis southiiru uxtreui-
Ity of Hannock Point, thenee north 40 chains tn
the southern boundary of Oeorse lloyd's pre-emption, llu'iii'ti west, m clialns to the eastern boundary of Lot 811, thunce suiuh ;ii) cliains tu tlm shore
of Upper Arruw Lake, thunce east fullowhig tliu
shorn of Upnor Ai ruw Lake tu placu o( commence-
tuuut, c-Miiuihm an urea of IS) acres, mure or luss.
Dated July HUth, IW.  Rupert Williams Usggon.
±J \S JL J.V1J
Revelsloke Land Districl.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Hugh McLean, of
^e.velstoke, R. C, occupation Prospector,
...leiuls to apply for special limber licences
uver the following described lauds:
1. Commencing at ;i posl planted at
ihe north-west corner oi T. L. 9251,
marked "Hugh -McLean's north-east corner," thence west So eliains, tlience soulh
So chains, tlience easi Ho chains, Ihence
norlh Ho chainslo point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less,
2. Commencing at a post planled 2%
miles west ol Columhia River and 2%
miles south of Smith Creek, and niarked
"Hugh McLean's north-east cornerpost,*'
Ihence  south   80 chains, Ihence west So
hains, ihenee norlh So chains, ihence
east Sochains to point o\' commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
3. Commencingat a post planted 3!^
iniles west of Columbia Kiver and 3^
miles soutli of Smith Creek and marked
''Hugh McLean's north-east corner posl,"
thence south 80 chains, ihenee wesl So
hains, ihence north So chains, Ihence easl
So chains lo poinl of commencement, containing (140 acres more or less.
4. Commencing al a post planted 4
idles west of Columbia River and 4'-
miles soulh of Smith Creek, ami maiked
'•Hugh McLean's north-easl corner post,"
thenee south 80 chains, thence west So
chains, thence north So chains, llienee
east So chains to point til commencement,
Containing (140 acres more or less.
Commencing al a posl planled
miles wesl of Columbia River, and 7 mile
south of the moulh of Smilli Creek, aud
maiked "Hugh McLean's norlh-easl corner post," thence south So chains, Ihence
west So cliains, thence norlh So chains,
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, conlaining 640 acres more or
6. Commencing at a post planted 4
miles wesl of Columbia River and 7 miles
soulh of Ihe mouth of Smith Creek and
marked "Hugh McLean's north-east corner posl," thenee soutb 80 ehains, thence
west 80 ehains, Ihence north 80 chains,
thence east 8o chaius to poinl of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
7, Commencingat a posl planted 2%
miles west of Columbia Riverand 2 miles
north of Forty-nine Creek, and marked
"Hugh McLean's north-easl corner post,"
ihence soulh 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, Ihence north 80 clmins, thence
eest 80 chains lo jwint of commencemeni,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Commeneing at a posl plauted 3A
miles west of Columbia River and 2 miles
north of Forty-nine Creek, and marked
"Hugh McLean's uorth-east corner posl,"
thence south 80 chains, ihence west 80
ehains, llienee norlh 80 chaius, thence
■isl 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
9. Commencing at a posl planted ou
the  north  bank  of Forty-nine Creek, 5
iles wesl of Columbia Kiver, aud marked
"Hugh McLean's soulh-east corner post,"
Ihence norlh 80 chains, ihence wesl 80
chains, theuce south 80 chains, tlienci
east 80 chaius to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated Julv 6th, 1907.
10. Commencing at a post planlcd on
lhe norlh bank of Korly-nine Creek, 5
miles wesl of Columbia Kiver, aud marked
"Hugh McLean's north-east corner post,"
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, ihence norlh 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point ol commencement,
conlaining 640 acres more or less,
11. Commencing at a post planted i
mile norlh of Forty-nine Creek, 6 miles
west ot Columbia River, and marked
"Hugh McLean's south-east coruer posl,"
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, Ihence
east 80 chains to point ot commencemeni.
■X:k:;iing O4C :'(--^'_ ma'. Cf itfts
12. Commencing al a post planted J
mile north of Forly-nine Creek, 6 miles
west of Columbia Kiver, and marked
"Hugh McLean's north east corner post,"
thence south 80 chains, Ihenee west 80
chains, tbence north 80 chains, ihence
easl 80 chains 10 point oi commencement:
conlaining 640 acres more or less.
13. Commencing at a posl planled 4
miles west of Columbia Riverand 2k miles
south of Smith Creek, and marked "Hugh
McLean's south-east coruer post," thence
north 80 chains, ihence west 80 chains,
thence south So chains, thence cast 80
chains to point of commencement, con
tabling 640 acres more or less.
14. Commencing at a posl planted 3A
miles west of Columbia River and ,4 miles
soulb of Smith Creek, and marked "Hugh
McLean's north-east corner post," ihenee
soulh 80 chains, theuce west 80 chains,
thence norlh 80 chains, Ihence east 80
chains lo point of commencement) containing 640 acres more or less.
15. Commencing al a post planted 5
miles west from Columbia Kiver and 24
miles soulh of Smiih Creek, and marked
"Hugh McLean's south-east corner post,"
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence soulh 80 cliains, thence
east 80 chains to point ol commencement,
coulaiuing 640 acres more or less.
16. Commencing at a posl planted 4J
miles west of Culumbia Riverand 4 miles
south of Smith Creek, ami marked "Hugh
McLean's north-easl corner posl," thence
west So chains, tlience south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, Ihence norlh 80
chains to point of commencemeni, containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated July 71 h, 1907.
sat aug 3 HUGH McLKAN
11 v *- ±. *w
Warren Andrews, nf
' imp dor, Intent's I 1 plj
licenses over the fo lowing
Bevolstoko Land Dittrlet
Distriot of Wc ' Kootenay
Take notlM
Revolstoke B C
furMHvial 'iiii',
described hi ds:
I. Commeneing at a post planted on north
aastor-rmr of T. l_ KflO, iuul inarked ' W, An
drew*' .N. W t- rneiv" theiieo cast80 chains
rhence south Sn ehains, thi nee west 80 cnains
thenou norlh mi chains to point 0' commence,
menl, containing WO acres more ur lev:
_ Commencing at a inst planted at tb.
3ouii-ounl oorner of T L 9239, and marked "W,
Andrew-.' ri W, corner," thence east BU chains
ihence nurlb hi cbalnF, thenoo west8"chaius,
thence south Su chains tn point of commence*
ment, coutnining 640 acres more or less.
'A. Commencing at a posi planted at the
south-east enrner of T.L, 7806, and uiarked "W.
Andrews' 8.W. enrner." thenoe north Sn chains,
'huncu east, 80 ohains, thence south 80 chaluB,
Ihoneo west M chains to point of commoncement, containing W" acred more or loss.
4. Commonolng at a po«t planted al the
south-east corner of T.L. 7807, and marked " W.
Andrews's VV. corner," thenee easl yi clmins.
thuncu uonh 80 chains, thonce west 80 chains,
tlience south nj chains to pointof eommoucemont, containing (iio ncres more or less.
6. Commencing at a po-t planted al the
south-east corner uf T.L, 7808, mid marked "W
And rows' S.W. oorner," thenco east SO ehnitiR.
tlienee north 80 chains, thenco west80chains,
thence south S'l chains to point of commencement, containing 610 acres mure or less.
fi. Commencing at a noat iilanled nt the
south-east cnrtior uf T L, TaPB, and marked "W
Andrews's, w, corner," theneeeatt8>'chains,
thenco north so chains, llienee wosl 80chaiua,
thence smith so chains to point of con Bl >noe-
ii'ini, containing010aores muro orless
7. Coinnieiiciiig at 11 post planted ul tho
-out beast eorner of T-L 7810, aud markod "W.
Andrews' s.W, conior," thence eait BO uhalns,
llienco norlli *» chains, ihence west80 chains,
Iheuce south 8u chains to pointof commencement, containing iilu acres more or less,
Oaied Juno 28th, 1007,
8. Commencing ata post planted 80 chains
east of south-oast corner of T. L. 7Sln, an.l
marked "W. Andrews' N.W, corner," thenc ■
east 80 chains, ihencu south 80 chains, thencu
west 80 chains, tlionco north SO chains 10 point
of commencement, containing610 acres moru or
ii. Commencing nt a post planted 80 uhalns
cast of soulh-east corner of T- L. 7al)9, and
markod "W. Andrews north-west corner,"
thonoo east IOO chains, thuncu soulli 40 chains,
thuncu wust lull chains, thenc north lu ohains to
point of commotio it, GtiO acres moru or luss.
io. Uommonulng at a post planted 80 chains
east of north-east corner of T. L. 7807. and
marked "VV, Andrews' S.W.corner," inouoo
oast ill) chitns, tbenco north iOolialus, Ihenco
wust UIO cliains, ihencu south 10 chains to
pointof couitnoncomont,containing 610 acres
moru or le>n,
II. Commencing at a post planted SO chnius
oast of north-east comer ot T.L. 7&07,and
inarked "W. Andrews' N.W. corner," thouco
east ifi1) ohains, thouoe rouIIi 40 ohatns, tbenco
wust bio chains, ilu-tiu 1 north 10 chains to point
of commencement, containing Olo acres in ire
or luss
12. Commencing at apost planted SO chains
east of soiLliuast cornor of T. L. 7807. and
marked "VV, Andrews' n. W. corner," thencu
ea-t. lliu chains, thuncu north 40 chains, thunce
west IliO chains, thence suulh 10 chains lo point
of oommoncement, containing fllo aores more
or luss.
in. Commencing it a post planted so cbaius
mut of uoi'tli-etat corner of T. L. 7800, and
niarked "W. Aulrews' N.W. cornur," tlienee east
ihi) cnains, t iit'iice south lo ehains, thenee west ui"
chains, tlunwo north 40 chains to place of commencement, containing 040 aerea imn-u or less.
14. Uo'nmonolng at a mist planted 80 chains
east of soutll-e wt uorner of I'.L 7S ki .and in irked
"VV. Andrews' S. VV. corner;* theuce east 100
chains, theme imrtli 40 chains, tlienco west* I tin
chains, thuuee soutli 10 ehains io point of commencement, containing tUO acres more or luss.
Dated June-20th, 1007-
Ilevelstoke Lind District.
DM riel uf West Kooleuay.
Take notice thai, Karlaluvuus of Howsor,
B. C„ oiT.tipul um Lumberman, Intends to apply
foritpuulal timber liuencoe over the following
described lnmls:
1. Commencing at a post planted on the
north side of in-if;. Creek,abuul, four miles
from the Urduau Uiver; llmncu east 40 chains,
lhcuce north lliu chains, thence west 40 chains,
thence south HR) chnius.
2. Commeneing at a post planlcd on the
nortb side of Drift Creek, about :p , miles from
tho Lardeau Biver, thence north 40 chains,
thence cast IS) ehains, tlience soutb lOchains,
thenco wust IS) ehains.
Dated Juuo 15th, 1907.
Notice is hereby given tlmt 00 days after date 1
Intend to apply to tliu Honorably the Chief JCmn-
missioner uf Lands ami Works for permission to
purchasu the following described lands, situated
on Upper Arrow Lake, Dlstrictof Wust Kootenay:
Commonclng at a post planted nt lhu 3. K.
cornerof Ralph Simpson's application, thencu
too ohains northeasterly following the Uke
shore in Oalena Bay; Llionce norUi 2o chains;
Ihouco southwesterly 105 chains paralleling
Laku shore; thunce south 20 chaius to point of
commencement, and containing 117 acres, moru
ur less,
Dated Arrowhead, IL C, June 1, 1907.
jun 22 sat A, VV. DICKINSON,
Agont for Lamh-Watson Lumbor Co, Ltd.
Notice Is hereby niven that BO days after date I
iiteml tu apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lauds and Works for punnlssiun to purchase the
fulluwing described lands, situate lu West Koot*
uny Dislrict:
Oommoiiulng at a pest plsnted in chain-*
north uf itmlh enst coruer oil'. L 7010, and
mnrkeil "H.C,Morris's north-easl corner post,"
thencu Noulli Ho chains, wenl BOotUlM, north
Mi.-im, 1 ns, uasisuchtilns to polut ol commencement,
Dated June Olh. 19U7.
ffriJUQW B. 0, MOKKia.
Revelstoke IaikI District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Hugh McLean of Hev-
elstoke, B.C., Projector, intends lo apply for
special timbur licenses over the following described lauds:
1. Commencing at a post planted two miles
north of Hig Muuth Creek and tliree miles east uf
Columbia Kiver marked "Hugh McLean's ri. VV.
uorner post," tlience north SO cliains, thenee east
80 chains, thenc. smith 80 chains, thenee west 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 610
acres more or lean.
2. Commencing at a post planted on the north
bank of a small creek four miles uurth ol Big
Mouth Creek, and two miles uasl of Columhia
Uiver, marked "Hugh McLean's S.W, corner post,"
thence uortb so enams, thence east 8U chains,
Ihence snutli 80 chains, tlience wesl M) chains tu
3ClEi! 2! ■,"l,uiui-mci"l)L'"ki containing ClO^ipreB
more or less.
:i. Commencing at a pnst phnted 80 chains
east of south-east comer of T. L. "Aii, markeil
"HughMcLean's8 VV. cornerpost," tbence north
80 uhnins, ihence east SO chains thence south 80
chains.thence west SO eliains to point of commencement, conlaining 640 acres mure or less.
4. Commencing at n pust planted 5 miles nurth
of Big Moutli Creek and two miles east of Columbia Rlvnr, marked 'Hugh McLean's s. VV,
corner posl," tlience north ,-u chains, ihencu east
so chains, tlience south SO chains, tlience west 80
chains tu point uf commencement, containing 040
acres mure or less.
.V Uommeilciuif at a post two miles east of
Columbia Kiver and 0 miles north of nig
M uiiii Creek, msrked ''Hugh McLean's8. VV.
uorner post," thence uorth a.i chains, tlience
east80 ehains, thencd souih mi chains, thuuee
west60 ehnins 10 pnint of commencement,ooa-
taluluy IHU acres more ur less.
6, Commeuelng at a post planted atout 6
miles north of nig Mouth Creek aud 8 miles
unst ol oluiubia hlver. marked "Hugh Mc-
can's ri. vY. eorner pnst," inulioo uurth su
ohaius, thenee east so cbaius, tueut-eBoutb 80
■!lialU\ ihencu west &0 ehnitis to polul Ol emu-
ineiicemeni, eon tal ni Us Olo acres more ur less.
7, Coiiim-i-m-iiit* at a post plauted 8 miles
eustof Columbia Kiver hikI 5 miles north of
liig Uouth creek, marked "Hugu Moi.ean'B
b iV, eoruer pu«i," ihciKe imrin 8u chums,
tbeuce east 80 ehuins, ihence souih 6U cliains,
theuce wesieO chains 10 poini of comuieuuc*
menl, cuul-.liiiug 040 a.-rca more or less.
8, Ccmineiiciug eta post planled 3 miles
cast of Columbia Kiver and 1 miles norlh ol
Big Muuth Cicek, murked "Hugh Moheau'sS.
\\, corner post," ilieucc north so chains, Iheuce
east bi) chains, thunce touth SO eliains, tlr.-uce
weal so chains to point ol commencement,
containing Olo acres mure or less,
s. Lomuicm-ing hi a jum planted;! miles
ua l of Lulummu luvur aud 4 miles north ol
Hig Mouth cruek, murked "Hugh McLean's a,
\\, corner posi," ihence norlh 80 udaius.
llienee east 80 chains, ihence nouthsu chains
theuoe wost m> uhalns 10 point ol commence
ment, ounialnlug bio acres mure or luss
9, Commencing at apost plauted 4 iniles
north oi liig Mouth Creek and 8 mlleseaatu
Columbia Kiver, marked "Hugh iluLoau'sN.
VV. corner post," ihence cast su chsins, tbonco
souih w chains, theme west 80 chaius, tlience
i.orih so ehnins iu point ui cuniuiciiccmcu;,
contaiuiug Olo aerea mute ur less,
10, Cmnincuciug at a post planted 2 miles
nurth of lllg Mouth Cruek nnd 4 miles east of
Co iiiulcit Itiver marked Wlugh McLean's
» Vi, cumer post," tbenee nonh bo chains,
thencecasl So clialns, Uience souih 8(1 chains,
thouco west so chains 10 polut uf coiumeuio*
meut, coulaiuing Olo acres more or lens
11, Commencing at a poit planted at the
luirlh-east coruer ut 1 L. mi. inarked "ilugn
McLean's ri. B, cornur pusl," iheuce north bO
ebains, theuce nest w cliains, ihence BOUth so
chains, thuuee unst au chaius (u point of com.
mencumeut. containing 010 acres mure or-luss
Yi, Comineuuiug ut a post plauted al the
noi lh east coruer of T.L. 7-jOS, marked "llugti
McLean's ri. Vi, turner post," ihence north 811
ebains, tbeuce cast so chum-, ihenee sou h mi
chaius. theuce west SOchaius to poiul ol com-
meueemunt, containing 640 acres more or less.
18, Commencing at a post planted at tho
norlh-easl corner of T. L. 7j6g, marked-Hugh
McLean's N. VV. corner," lhcuce est 80 chains
tbeuce soutb sochains, thence west su uhalns,
thunce north 80 chaius tu point ol commeucemeut containing 610 acres more or less,
14 Commencingat a post planted one mile
en--1 ol the north-east corner el T. L. 76(18,
marked' Hugh Mclean's ri. VV. cornerpost,"
Uiem-eeast 8u chaius, thencu north 80 chains,
thence wesl SO chaius, Ibeuce suuth 80 chains
,01111 ol com meueemunt, containing 040
acres moru or less,
15, Commeueiug st a post plunted 2 milus
east ol thu uortii-u_n corner oi T, L. 7608.
marked "Hugh McLean's ri. VV. corner post,"
ibeuce east bo chains thence norm t»o ehalus,
thence westSO chains, tbeuce suuth nu chains
lo point ol commeuuuinent, contaiuiug 640
acres more or less,
16, Commencing at a post plauted one mile
north of the nonh-east cornur ol T. L, 7i>t>s,
marked "Hugh McLean's n. E. corner post,"
theme nonh iw ciiains, iheuce west 40 chains,
IhOOce south IW Chains, thencu uasl 40 chains
10 poiui of commencement, containing out
acres moru or lens,
17, Commenuing at a punt planted one mile
north ol the nnrth enst eurner ol T, L.7668,
niarked "Hugh MeU-an'sri.W. coruer," Ihenee
nurih 80chaius theme cast 80 ehains, theuce
■uuth 80 chaius. thence wesl no chains to puiui
f cummeucemeut, containing Olo seres more
or less
Dated July lit, 19u7.
»atau|3 HU-B McLKAN.
LeveMok? '.mul Diatrict
DIM riel ul VI e-i K001 miv.
'iHii- notice inm WarrtmAndrrnvsof Heve
stoke, !■ '' ,."-u|inii;iii Prospector, Intends 1
applj : r-i'-ii.l umber licenses over the foi.
, ..ingdescribed lauds:
1 Cummeuciug ai a pnst planted nl the
north-east cornor of T L 9610 markod "Warreu
Uidrews' S W. corner." theuce east 100 chnius.
: hou' e suuth in ohaius thenco wosl IS) olialus,
hoi-en north in chains to; hit of commence'
nenl Coutaiuiug 040 acres moro ur io -
'i. Commencing at a post plauLod ut thn
lorth-oast comer nf T, L. MRU, mnrked "Wan
ren Andrews' N. VV, ooruor," llienco east so
thalus, tlience south so ebalus, thouco west 80
halns, thonee north 811 chains to point of com-
noucement, containing 610 acres moro or loss,
:i Commonclug at a post plantod ouo mile
last uf tlm south-east corner uf T. L. 0657,
markod "Warren Andrews' S. VV cornur,"
ihenco oust SO chains, thonco nortb 80 chains,
theuco wust HI chains, thence south Ml ehuins 1,
pniutof cniumoiicuinont, containing 010acre
nmre or less,
4. Com in unc im; at a posl, plnntel nt the
southeast cornerof T. L. 10U), markol "War-
run Andrew;' S. VV. cornur," tliuuco eastSO
chains, thuuee uurth 80 chaius, Ihoiu'o WOSt Sit
chains, theuco south &Mchains to point uf commencement, containing OH) eores moro or luss.
"1. Commencing tit apost planted ouo milu
east uf the south-oast cornor uf T. L 101.1'J
marked "Warren Andrews' S. VV. cumer,'
theuco onst 80 chuius. tbenco uorlh SO chains,
tlienco west 80 cl aius, tliouce south SU chains to
point of commencement, oontalnlug640uorei
muru or luss.
ii. Communcing nt a pust plantod at tbo
north-eaW corner of T. L. 10109. marked "War
reu Andrews' S. VV. corner." tbenco north sn
ohaius. thonce easl SO chuius, theuce south Si
chains, theuoe W0St80 chains to pnlnt of c
meucemeut, coutalnlug OU) aerea muro or loa
7. Cominonoing at apost. planted one mile
ua-d of the uon h-oast cornur uf T.L.10I09, marked "Warron Andrews' S VV. corner," thenci
oust .SO chains, thoncu north 80 chains, thoi.ou
west 86 chuius, tbeuce south Si chains to puiut
of cummeucoroouti coutaiuiug 810 acres muru or
5, Commonolng at a post plautod at thu
south-east coruer of T.L. wn, markod "Wa.
run Andrew-,' N.E. curnur," thonco suulh 110
obelus, tbeuce oast 20 chains, thunce south 11
ehuins, thouco west 20 ehuins, tliuuco north 120
chains, thonee west 20 chains, theuco nortb 140
chains, thonce east 20 cliains to pnint of coin
muiicumuut, containing 010 acres muro or luss.
Dalod July ,'lrd. 1907.
9. Commencing at n post planted at the
south-west curnor of T. L. 978.">, mnrkod "Wur-
ron Andrews' N.E. corner," thonco south 80
chains, thenoe west Si chains, ihonce uurth 8(1
chains, tbenco east 80 chuius to point of com'
mencomont, containing till) acres more or less.
1(1. Commencing at a post plantod al the
south-west cumer of T. L. 9785, marked "W
run Andrews' S. E. corner," thencu wust 81)
cliaim-. tliiiin*!' north SI chains, thonco oust 80
chains, thuncu suuth 80 chains to point of com*
inoncemeut, coutnining Oil) acres muro or loss,
11. Communcing at a post iilanled ut tho
uorth-wost corner or T. Xi. 9782, marked "Warren Audrews1 north-east comer," theuco soutb
80 chains, ihouco wosl SI chains, thonco north SO
chaius, thonce cast 80 chains to point of cum
meiu-emeut, ooutabling O-iu acres more ur luss.
12. ('ommeiieing at a post planted at tho
uorth-wost cumor of T.L 9785. marked "Warren Andrews' south-east curuer, thoncu wesi 80
chains, theuco nurih so chnius, thonee east 80
chains, theuce Bouth 80 chains to point of com
uiencoiueiit containing 010 acres more or loss.
18. Commeueiug at a pust plautod at the
south-west corner of T.L. 8821). markod "War-
run Andrews' south-east corner," tlionco west 80
chuius, thencu north 80 chains, thoncu easl80
chains, tlionco south Sochains to pointof com
meiicemoii., coutaiuiug 040 ucrus moro or less.
14. Comiiieuciug at u pnst plautod at tho
north-west corner of T. L. 8823, marked "Warren Andrews' south-east cumor, thenco wost So
chains, iheuce north S) chaius, theiicoDust 80
chuius, thonce south 80 chaius to poiut of commencement, containing Olo acres muro or less.
15. Commeueiug ut a post plautod at tho
north-oast corner of T.L. 1)78:', markod "Warreu
Andrews' south-east curnor," thouce north 80
rhnius, tbence west SI chains, theuco south 80
chains, theuce oast 80 chains to point uf commenoement, coulaiuing 010 acres moro or less.
16. Commouciug at a post planted ut a puint
So chains north of tbo north-west corner of T.L.
9192, marked 'Warreu Andrews' south-east
corner," thonco west 80 chaius, tliouce uortb S)
chains, tbenco east 80 chains, theuce suulh 80
chaius to point uf commuueumout, containing
010 acres moro or less.
17. Commencing at apost planted 80 chains
north of thu north-west cornur of Timber
Limil ss:M, and markud "Wairun Andrews'
soulh-east comer," thenco wust 80 uliains,
theuce north 80 eliains, thenee east, 80 chains,
thenco soulh S) chains t,e point of commence
ment, contain ing 610 acres more ur less,.
18. Comincncing ut a pust plunled about 20
chains north of the south wust comer uf T. L.
7345, inarked ' Warren Amlii ■ 3' suuth-easl corner," thunuu north Hin chains, thuncu west 40
chains, ihence south 100 chains, theuoe east _U
cbnins to poim oi oouuneucemeut, eoninining
64o acres more or Is -
ll). Commonolng at a post planted at the
suulh-wus-;, ^ll((,, ,| 'I. ',. '.'-"Wi. marked "VVi»"-
roii Andrews' seutli-oa : uruw^tHence west
SO chains, thunce north SO chains, thenoe oust
SO cbaius, thuncu south 80 chains to puint ol
cuinmuiicumunt, containing 610 nurus inure or
20. Commencingal a posl planted atthe
souih-west cornerof T. L. 7859, marked "Warron Andrews' south cast corner,'' thenco wus'.
80 ebains, thencu north 80 chuius, ihenee easl
80 chains, thonoo soulh 80 chains to point ot
1: .iunu ne. menl, continuing lil 1 aires mule or
DaedJuly lib, 1907.
DiHlriei uf West Kooteuay.
I Take ,1 iti :i thai i'u-nr;, Ambrose
Vim-pis ol li 'velstoke, occupation K.vi-
Miher, itii< n Is to apply t ''• spi-rial
lim'itT li'*:'ii"-fs over the following
described lands:
1. OimmmncinR at a pnst planted '2
utiles up tin* nm-ili-east fork of Five
Milo Oreek, Hig Bend, and uiarked
"Henry Ambrose Morris'S.I3. eorner,"
thence north 80 ehains, thence west 811
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
oust 80 chains to {point of commencement ami containing 040 acres mot6
or less.
2. Onminencing ata post planled 2
miles up the north-easl forkof Iflvc
Mile Creek, Big Bend, ami marked
"Uonry Ambrose Morris'S.W.corner,"
thence north 80 chains, tbence east 80
chains, Lbenoe south 80 chains, tbence
west 81) cliains to point of commencement and containing OH) acres more
or less.
Ilnlcil .Inly Stb, 1007,
;i Commencing at a post planted
abont ono-half mile soutb of the southwest corner of No. 1 on tbe north-west
fnrk id' l?ive Mile Creek, and marked
"Henry Ambrose Morris' N.15,cornei\"
tbence south 80 chains, theuoe west HO
chains, Ibenco norlli 80 chains, thence
east SO cliains Ln pninl. of commencement, cuntaining 010 acres  nmre or
•i. Commencing ut tl pust planted at
thc nortb-oaat corner of No, 3 on the
norlh-west forkof Five Mllo Oreek,
and uiarked "Henry Ambiose Morris'
S.K. coiner," llienee nnrth 80 chains,
tiience wesl80 chains, thenee suuth 80
cliiiins, Ihence cast KO ehains tu point
of oommenc_ment, containing 040
ncres more or less.
5. Coinmeneing at a post planted
ubout one-quarter of a mile north of
the norl h-west corner of No. 8, inarked
"Henry AmbrnseMorris' N.K. corner."
ihenee south 80 chains, thenee west 80
chains, Ihence nnrlh 80 chains, tbenee
cast 80 ebains to puiut of commencement, containing 540 acres mure or
0. Commencing ata pnsl planleil at
lhe north-east eurner of No, 5, marked
"Henry Ambrose Morrh' S.E. eorner."
thence north 80 chains, Ihence west 80
chains, thence suuth 80 ehuins, thence
east 80 cliains to puint of commencement, containing 010 acres mure ot
Dated July 0th, 1007.
7. Commencing at a pnst planted
about 80 chains norlh of the north-east
coruer of Timber Limit No. 1030", and
marked "Henry Amhrose Morris'N.E.
corner," thencesouth 80chaius,ihence
west 80 chains, thenee north 80 chains,
ihence easl 80 chains to pointof commencement, containing 010 acres more
or leas.
8. Commencing at a post planted
al the north-east cornei'of No. 7, and
marked "Henry Ambrose Munis' S.K.
corner,' thence west 100 chains.thence
north 40 chains, thence east 100 chains,
i hence south 40 chains so puint of commencement, cuntaining010 acres mote
or less.
Dated July 10th, 1007.
0. Comiuenciug ala post plauted at
the south-east corner of Timber Limit
No, 10507, and marked "Henry Amhrose Morris' S.W. coiner," thence
north 80 chains, tlience east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to poiut of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
10. Commencing at a post plauted
at the soulh-east cornerof Mcintosh
P. H. one-half mile east of Boyd's, and
marked "Henry Ambrose Motrin' H-
\V. corner," theuce east 00 ehains,
thence suulh 40 chains.thence east 40
hains, tlience nortl) 00 chains, thence
wesl 20 chains, thence nortli 40 chains,
thence west 80 eliains, tbence smith 00
.■bains to point of commencement,
lontaining 840 acres more or less.
Dated July llth, 1W7.
<ai jly 27   Uknky Ambrose MoRftlo,
Ilevelstoke Land District.
Diatrict of West Kootonay.
Take notice that chuib's IS, Held, of Cranbrook, Il.C, occupation Druggist, inlunds to apptj
fur special licenses uver the following described
1. Ooiniii-jncbig at a post planted about 100
clmiiis uortli from the inoulli of Big Creeii and
ahout 8o cbaius west of Coinaplix and marked
"Charles K. Keid's «.)■.. corner pnsl," thenca 80
chains wust, thencu 80 chains nurth, thencu Mi
cbaius cast, Ihencu 80 chains south to point of
commencement, and coutalnlug 04u acres nioruur
t. Coinineneilig at a post marked ''Charles E
Iteid's N. K, comer pint," planleil abnui urn
chains uurth from the uiouitiof Dig I'reuk ami
nlnnit so ciiains west of Coiuapdx. tbence iso
chains west, thunce 8i< chains south* thencu SO
chains east, thenre 80 chains north tu puint of
cunimuucuTiiunt, ami containing 040 acrus more ur
;i, Co ni meut.'ini; at a post markeil 'Charles li
Real's S.W.'corner posl," planted abuut 100 clialus
uur 111 frmn the muitth uf Hig Creok and abuut 80
cliains wes. uf Comaplix, theuce 81) chains north,
theuce 8o chains sail, tlienee so chains suutb,
Ihenee wi chains west to puinl of commencement
ami coiitaiiiiu-j; Hin acres more or leas.
4, Commencing at a post markud "Charles K.
Heil's N. VV. cumer punt,' planted ehmit loo
chains uortli from the mouth uf liig Creuk and
abuut SOchains westui Comaplix, thencu suuth hu
chains, thencu east 80 chums, thenee uurth 80
cliains, thence wust so chains tn puinl of commencement, uml containing mu acres moru ur less.
Dal cd.I ulj lMh, ym;.
sat jly-20 McllolM I'uwurs, Agont,
KevelstoKe lou ui
Districl .-' Wenl Kuoi n lv.
Take  .i. lice  Ihal   vi    K.   Norlhey ■ f
Camborne,   U.   C ,  occupation   Loj^^i r,
intends lo apply for ;t speciul limber li-j
eenee over lhc following described lands:
I, Commencing al ;t post planted on |
ilie e.-ist bunk ol Boyd creek, about 5
chains from creek and aliout 3 miles Irom
iis mouth, marked "ii. K. Norttiej 's
norlh-easl corner posi," thence wesi 80
chains, thence soulh 80 chains, Ihence
easl .So chains, llienee norlli 80 chains lo
point ofcomniericcmentr
j. Commencing al a posl planted on
the west bank ol Boyd Creek, aboul 4
miles from its moutli, marked "li. R.
Norlhey's north-easlcorner post," llienee
west 80 chains, theuce soulh 80 chains,
llienee east 80 chains, llienee norlh So
ehuins to point ut commencement,
3. Commencing al a posl planted on
the easl bank of Hoyd ereek, about 00
eliains from ereek and about 5 miles Irom
its moulh, marked "ti. R. Norlhey's
soulh-east enrner post,' thence north 80
eliains, llienee wesl 80 chains, llienee
south 80 chains, tlienee cast 80 chainslo
poinl ol 'commencement.
4. Commencing al a post planted on
the cast bank of Boyd creek, about bo
ehains from ereek and about 5 miles Irom
ils mouth, marked "G. R, Norlhey's
soulh-wesl corner posl," thence norlh 80
chains, theuce east 80 ciiains, theuce
south 8u chains, thence wesl 80 chains to
poini of commencement,
Daled June 29th, 1907.
5. Commencing at a posi planted on
the easl bank of Boyd ereek, aboul 30
i'liains Irom ereek ami about b miles from
iis mouih, marked "li. K. Norlhey's
north-easl corner post," lhcuce wesi 40
eha'ms, thenee soulh 160 chains, tlience
east 40 chains, ihenee norib luo ch tins to
point of commencement,
6. Commencing at a post planted on
the easl bank of Hoyd ereek, aboul 30
ehains from creek and about b't miles
from its moutb, marked "G. R, Norlhey's
norlh-west corner post." tbence easl 40
ehains, Ihence soulb 160 chains, tbeuce
wesl 40 chains, thence north ibo chains to
point of commencement,
7. Commeneing at a post planted on
the easl bank ol Boyd creek aboul 30
chains from creek and about 8 miles from
ils mouth, niarked "G. K. Norlhey's
north-west corner post," tlience easl 80
chains, llienee south 80 chains, theuce
wesl 80 chains, tbence norlh 80 chains to
point of commencement.
Dated 6th July, 11)07.
wedjly 17       Per A. Mclnnes, agent
Revulsluke baud District.
Districl nf West Kuuteiiay.
Take milieu lhat Charles K, Ituid uf Craiihtvuk,
B.C., occupation Druggist, intends lu apply fur a
special timber license ovor the fulluwing described
Commencing at a pust maiked "Churlus K.
Uuid'H S.W. curuer pusl," plauted nlimitilO chains
imrtli of a post markeil "W.I'. I-.W7,1). Orr preemption," ami a l mn 11J miles uurth uf Camborne,
It. C, thencu norlli 80 chains, thencu east 80
chains, thuncu smith 80 chains, lliuiicu wust SO
chains to jiolnt nf cuuiuieuceuit'iit, and containing
040 acres muru ur less.
KaleilJiily Itiih, l!i.iV.
sat jly 2Q NleholaH Powers, Agont,
Tnke notice Ihal I, John Wallls SJiorwin, of
WiiinipuK, Manitoba, intend to apply fur a
special timber licence for lhe following described lauds:
Coinmeneing at a post planted nt Lhu Soutli
West corner 1" L 808.1, marked "J. W.H,, northeast cornet*," running west, 80 chains, thenco
south 80 chains, thuncu uasl 80 chains, and
ihenee north 80 chain-* lo Ibo point of commencement
Dated July itith, 1007.
sat jly 20 J. WAhLTS BHURWIN,
Nollco Ih Itcruliy itivi.n llmi iW .Ihj-n after
ill.... Wlf llll.fl.ll |..fl|.|.I.V   1(1   till! III...   III.   II,III
(lotiiiuiMHlonur of IjiiihIh nnd WopkH, lor spoolal
li.-l-ll.fl! I.J fill    .1.1.1    .'III 1.1   llllll)  I il.llll'l  tl-ll... 1 I.f
liilli.win,,' il.-.f-iili.-fl hit...*:
(-(.ii.nn-iiri.iK .il ii I""' I'lii'.i'f'l nl llio norlli-
(-II-.I (fiirni-i'iif  Itoliiil-l III. ...liniiiiiK'f. iur if......
lion No, 811, W.fHl  Koulifliiiy   lJMli-lcl, und
I.IIU'i.lf.1   "lliff    ll.-llil   I.llllllll I' I  |.!UI)M. *.lllth
i-.i*. oornor ....*., llionoo noi-ll. 4(1 rli.iin*,! Ihmh i-
...-*! ltio ollfllr.8. ..I...IIUO HUU.lt 4.1 oI.kI.ih, t.l.o.i.-i.
ff.i*. 1IKJ .-li.un* It. I.o.flt of ifiiiiiiiiif.iifi'lnifiil.
Arruwlioiul, ill ..July 811,, 11117.
Bis lima Ia-miisii Co., Uso.
Revelatoke Lund Distriot.
District of West Koutenny.
T.ilte n.itice llrnt ivk, J ..lm Ooci nun-
uml V. O. Wui.ilrmv, of Hopland'eek,
U. O., occupation Lumbermen, intend
in apply tin* special licences to cui timber over tin. following described lands.
1. Ooiuiiieuciiig al a post plauted
on tbe eust bank about on. ...ilo up ..u
the Hrst soutb (orkol l'.i|,l.ir Uieek,
tlience soutb KiO cliaiim, li.unce wesl
1(1 cliains,  llienee  liorlli   100 clmiiis,
ll.e.ice ensl  II) chains ... p..inl ..I' .......
2, Ooninieuciiig at a p.isl planlcd
on the .vest bunk of tl.e Hrst soulb
fork of Poplar Oreek, II miles up.
thence east Kll ehuins, Ihence 8Ulll.ll SO
chains, llienee ivesl SO chuius, tlienee
north 80 chains to point of c..ininei.c.
S. Commencing at a pusl planted
on the wesl hank about I miles up the
Hrst smith forkof Poplar Oreek, theuce
west 80 ehuins. theuce hi.ull. 80 chiiius,
Ibeuce easl 80 chains, Ihence uorlh 80
chains lu point of commencement,
Daled June 16th, 1007
I, Commencing at a post planleil
on the west bank of Poplar Greet,
.'i 1-2 miles up, running west SO chains
aliing U, E, lievell's No, 2 Limil, BOUth
boundary, tbence -smitli 80 chains,
Ihence enst 80 chains, Ihence ..(..'ll. SO
cbnins lo pnint of commencement,
ii. Commencing al. a pusl planleil
on tl.e west hank ..I' Poplar deck,
al.uut fi miles up ami running along
(j. K. Revell's north boundary of No,
2 limit, Ihence west SO chains, Ihence
north SO chains, Ihence ensl SO chaius,
i hence smith so chains lo point of commencement,
I,in-ill I'll June luili, 1007.
H. l'\ BEAMY,
0. Commencing at a pust plain ml
ittioo feel from C.I'.R. track opposite
the 27 uiile board, alum!...... mile west
of Rapid Creek, Iheuce west SO chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, theuce ninth SO cliains to point
of commencement,
Daled J um. 27th, 1007.
wed jly III   .1. <J. RAI1Y, Locators,
Revelstoke Laud District.
Dislricl of West Konlenuy.
Take notice that Arthur Cf. Johnston
ot Poplar, British Columbia, occupation, merchant. Intends to apply for a
special timber license over the following described lauds, ffiliii.lif.il... Poplar
Creek in the Wesl Knntenay Dislrict.
Oommonolng ai a post planted aboul
*.| miles lioin lhe town ul' Poplar, ll.ll,
ou the east side uf Poplar t'reek,
u.ui'ked/'A, (1. Johnston's smilli-wesl
corner post," Ihence east 8(1 ebains,
Ihence nurih SO cbaiiiH.lhi.iije west 80
chains, thence south SO chains to puiut
uf commencement, and containing DID
items more or less.
Located June Uiul, IIHI7.
C. 0. WOOUROVV, Agt.
HevelBloko Lund liUlrint.
Ili-uriol of Wes. Kouleiiai-.
Tako nolice Ibat A M. Symons. of 81. Leon,
11 0., ...-. iM.niii.li it.ner, Intend. t-ja|.i.ly (or
s|i...'ial timbor llceufloa ovor t'.o lollowlng
(l.-i-rili.f.i !.-...I*:
- I. oommeuclng at . po. planted .it tbo N
w imrii.fr o[ Lot biTj and aboul... otjajne west
i.l tl.o middle fork of l-'osiball Greek, wesi of
Upper Arrow Lako, and marked "A. M.Sy.
.....its' B.K. oornor," theueo norlli so .-t.Hlns.
(boueo ivi'SflSl. obaliiH, tbenco hoi.II. .so chains,
tlienee east 80 chains lu |.lai-0(.I commenoement, and .....KaliiliiK liiu noren more or le-s
2. i'..iiiiii.-!ii-iii« at a post planted at l' e N.
W. corner of Lot 8l7.i nml abnul.-*o ohains wes.
i.f Ibo middle fork of Kosthall Creek, wtat ol
II|,|>er Arrow Lake, ami marked "A. M. Sy-
nioiih' s.w. corner, thonce north B0 chains,
I ben ce easl sn clialus, thouoe boutll HO cliains,
tbenee west 80 chiiius to plaoeol commencement, .....i enutn.n.ni! 610 acres ...ore or less
Dated Juuo Uth, 1007,
ff ifnmriicuciUK al a post v-lanlcd one mile
north .i.i.l lo chains west ol .he N.W. corner ..I
I...I HI7ii mul in. tl.e east bank ol tbe middle
lork ol Fosthall Creek, west ol Dpper Arrow
Lake, an.l .narked -.I.M.Syinoiis1 8 B.corner,"
ihenee nort. 8D ehains, theui-o west 8U ..halns,
thenee soutb 80 ebains, tbenee east 80 ehaiiis
to place of commencement) and containing
i.l' acres moro or Less,
4, omiuenoiiig al a post planted one mile
north and 10 chains west ol (be N IV. comer of
Lot 817.1 and o.. the easl hank of lhc ...i-I'lie
forkof Koslhall ..'reek, west of Upper Arrow
Lake, ami marked "A,M, Symons H, w eoruer."
iitci.ee nortb 80 chains, theuce cast 80 ehaiiis.
Ihonce south 80 cbnins, tbence west 80 chains
... lace .-1 cota'aonocment, and containing
.il.. ncres more or less,
.--. (-.iiniiieiioifilf .it apost plantedonc .ii!.-
norlli Hml in chain-ens. ..f Loi817ft and one
uiiii- l-ii-ii "' Ibe cast bank .if the iiif'.il" f..-* ...
foslhall .-r.-oir, wml'" tipper Arrow! aki-.<n.l
marked "a, M.Symons* .*.'«.,. ;;;M,-«""fl(£
uorlh 80 chiiius, Ibeuce cast 80 clialns, tlience
auuih yl e a..is. tbence west sn cliain*... place
..( commencement, and eoutaining .Ho aer:.*
more or less.
linled Ju...' 17th, l'Jl'7.
o, (lonimonclni. at a post planted at ibe N,
U..oruer..I ..'. 7.:.;i, ...id aboul 60 chains
nost ..( tl.o ....rih [..rk of h.stiuill i.'rei-k, il
...iles Ir.i.i. the nu,nti. oi the uurth lork, west
..I die Upper Arrow Luke, and marked "A. M.
Symons' N.K. corner," tln'tiee suulh Miohaius.
Ibenco ..est si. chains, ihence mirth so chain.,
tbeuce en*t 80 chains lo place ol coinim.-i.i->-.
nu-.ii. containing 610 ncres more or less.
7. Commeueiug at a p..sl iilanled at tbe 8.
.V,cornerol 1'. L, 7810, and Iw ebains west ol
.be nortl. ...rk of fosthall tiroek. and about 8
in.loa frum n.e .in.uth ol tbe uorlh lork, wesl
• Up.or trrow i.ike,and markod "A, M Sy-
ii'.ii-- -.1-.. .-timer," tbence nurih 80 chains,
...I... e .-...*. -.,- ...mliis, iiioi.ee -outh .-ochains,
iliei.e -i ■*" uliains to placo ol commence*
fi.eui....... "......I.iiln^ oilmen-, moro or less
s. (-...iini.... 'in,: nt n post planted at the S
..-.corner 1  I. 7838,1Ibnul ... .'Iinins west,il tbe
...irlli ...rk uf IumIiiii! ireek, iil»"iit 4 mlies
-><>.. ll.e ........1. f.i* il.,- ....nl. fork, we tol
., - r Arr.ni Lake, .nnl marked "A.M symons'
a   ... ...rner," .hence ...sl so chains, thence
...ni. haius, ihence eastsochains, tbenco
sninii su .fulfils to plaoeol i'.iiiiiik neeniont.
and c.i.tain in; liin acres mure or less,
l.Hte.1 June lath, l'J07.
...lU'M'-l   I. 'Mil   IMM.'iri.
M ■ '     i ....■!.
I       :     ce tliiil  A!m\ inder M.-Ciae
. . li...   Prospectur,   in-
.to  ■ ;. h  for i. special timher
 .v.-.   the following desciibed
1. Commencing at a post planted
nu theeast bank of the south forkof
Seymour rive, about lj miles suuth of
l he same and about 21', miles up from
Shuswap lake and marked "Aleiander
McCraes N.W. corner," thence east 10
chaius, thence north 80 chuius, thenee
easl (0chains, thencesouth 120chains,
lben.-e nest .so chains, ihence north -10
chains to poini of coinmencement and
containing OfO acres more or less.
2. Commencing at a post planted
on.he east hank of lhc south forkof
Seymour river about 2 miles south of
the sunn; ami about 22 miles up from
Shuswap lakeland marked "Alexander
.Met*.ue's N. VV. coiner," ihence suuth
.-» chains, I hence eusl Sl chains, th.-nce
uorth 80 chains, Ihence west 80 chains
to point of commencement, and con-
lainiug mn acres more or less.
H. I'm..mencing ut a post planted
on the east hank of the smitli fork of
Seymour river ahout il miles south of
the same an.1 almut 211 miles up from
Shuswap lake and tha. ked "Alexander
McCraes N. K. corner," thence south
so chni.is, thence ii.-si 80chains, tlience
north 80 chains, thence east 80 ehuins
lo puim of cummencement, and containing tilo.-u-.es more or less,
I. Commencing at a post planted
aboul J mile east of the south fork of
Seymour rivet-, ahoul H miles south of
ll.e sume and ahoul 211 ...iles up from
Shuswap lake and marked "Alexander
.Mediae's N.W. eurner," Iheneeeast
IUI chains, ihence south 1(1 chains,
thenc.. west lliu chains, thence norlh
lOchains to pointof commencement
and containing 040 acres more or less,
Dated June 20tb, 1907,
ii. Commencing at a post planted J
mile ivest i.f the west hunk of Seymour
liver, ahout 22 miles up from Shuswap
lake.n.id.....iked "Alexander McCrae's
N.W. corner," thenc.. soulb 40 chains,
thence east 100 chains, thence north
10 chains, tlience west 100 chains to
point of commoncement, conlaining
Bill acres more or less,
II. Coinineneilig al a post planted j
mile ivesl of lhe wesl bunk of Seymour
liver, aliout 22 miles up from Shuswap
lake .nnl niaiked "Alexander McCraes
S. W. cornei," thenee north 40 chains,
thence east 100 chains, thence south
10 chains, Ibeuce west 100 chains to
poini uf commencement and containing 010 acres more or less.
7. Commencing at a posl planted J
mile wesi of I he west hank of Seymour
liver, ahout 22 miles up from Shuswap
lake and maiked "AlexanderMcCraes
S. E. corner," thence norlh 40 chains,
ihence nest 100 chains, thenee south
10 chains, thence east 100 chains to
poini uf commencement, and containing Oil. acres more or less.
8. Commencing at a post planted
about J mile east of a second north
fork of Seymour river, aboul 22J miles
above Shuswap lake and about 2J
miles up the said fork and markeil
"Alexander McCrae's S. Vi. corner,'
tbence ninth 100 chains, thence easl
40 cliiiins, thence south 100 chains,
theuce west 40 chuius to point of commencement, and containing BIO acres
more or less.
0. Coinineneilig at a post planted
about J mile easl of a second north
fork of Seymour river, about 22j miles
ahove Shuswap lake and about 2J
miles up tlie said fork and marked
"Alexander McOroe's S. E. corner,"
thence north 100 chains, thenoe west
40 chains, thence Bouth 100 chains,
tbence east 40 chains lo point of commencement, and containing Olo acres
moro or less.
Dated June 27th, 1007.
I". Commencing at a post planted
un the .-;.*[ banl il .-. Beoond nurih
■wvi. of Seymour river, about 24} miles
up frmn Shusu. lake ami ahout 4J
miles up the said fork and in...""'I
"Aloxandei Mel -■- S. \\*. corner,'
thence north loo.. hains, thenceeast 40
chains. Ihence south 100chaius, Ihence
west 40 chains to poini ..f commencement, and coutalnlug 040 acres more
or less.
Dnled July 1st, 1007.
II. Commencing at a post planted
IJ miles in..th of the Seymour river,
ainl ahoul 11 miles .-.hove Shuswap
lake and mat-Ked "Alexander McCrae's
S. \V. corner," Ihence ninth 80 chains,
ilieucc easl SO ciniins, thence suuth 80
chums, thence wesl SO chains to point
ul commencement, ami conlaining
040 ncres more or less:
Dated July 8th, 1007,
weil jly 17  ALEXANDER McCRAK.
Nutlco is hereby niven lhat tbe undeninted has
applied to Hla Uummr thu l.leutenant-Qorernoi
in Council under the provision! nf the Illren and
streams Act, to clear and remoro obstruction a
(rein Frisby Croek In the District uf Wost Koote-
nny, Britiah Columbia, from a point where It
oraptle** Into the Columbia direr to a point un
Mini crock about4 milea from the Columbia Ulrer
and tn construct uml maintain booms at ur about
ihe mould ul ^aid creek ami In tha Columbia
Kiver adjacent thereto, ami tu attach b is to
the islion* of 1'iisl.y fieck ami nld Columbia
River at Hid points, for holding, sorting and do-
llvorhia loan and timher brought down said creek,
Tin-liuiih in I..' affected by tin* said work an
Crow n lamh uml tie* milt th it anwropoiwl t<> la*
charged am sucli as ma) be BwdbytJuilgeof
the * 'luiniy Court of Wesl Kootenay,
Hated ilii:- tfitildnyof June, ino:.
ni'iljm* U*0(kl ll  DONNRUY.
Rovolstoko I.uud Dislrict,
lilmrlci ul Went Kuut.nay,
Take tiuilcb thai I, Aiiimi Hau'cn ol Poplar,
ll.c,, occupation Miner. Inteud tu apply for
uurinlHslun to pu retinae the following aOMflbM
CuiuinencliiK at a pust plnnted on lhe nortb
nidu ol tho Urdu Kiver. uppjslle the town ol
Poplar, marked "A Uansou's N.W. eurner,"
tbence emit 40 chains, lli< nee auuth 10 chaini-,
thonce -wast 40 chains, thenee nurih lu chain*
to pulnl uf i-oinnifiii-ouieiit, mid containing 40
acres, more or loss,
iniii-fi .nd Julv, 1 ■■'■'>.
wed Jly 10 ANTON KAN8KN,
ItovolsUko Lumi District.
District nf west Kootenay,
Take  notice  that   Kichanl   Davis,   Agent,   nf
Revelstoke, I), t'.. occupation, nav, mill manager.
intend-* ti. upply (or 11 special timlier licence over
tlm (o)lowlug described buuk
Commonclng at a punt marked "norUMwl
cornor post." situated about s quarter uf a mile
bolow Firs Mib* Crook, on tha west bank "I ths
Columbia Kiver, running oast eighty chains,
thenoe soulh olgntv chains, ihence wesl sight)
chains, tbODOO uurth ei|*lity chains to the poiul of
Daled July 17, 1UU7.
NoTlt'K li horoby Riven that 80 don after
dale I Intend to npply lo llm liun. lhe
Chief CuniniiH.iiunor uf bind- ami \\ork-* for
-.ci iiii-v*iiui to nurohsM the fullowliiK described
litiiil*.-il.u,ii'-'i in WOSt Kooleuay:
Cominonoing at u post planted -M chains
wust ul lllind llav, marked H. M. itae'Miurth-
cast eurner post, thence south «i Chains, west
Ho ebains, nurih hu . imiu-, east w chainslo
pointol oommeiiccuiCQl.
Dated June Gtb, 1907.     wjl*.     D. M, KAfc,
Kevelstoke Und District
District of West Kooleuay.
late notice tbat 1, G, s. Dlckomon ol itev*
Istoke,occupation Farmer, intend toapply
fur permission to purcuat,e the followiu-jde-
cribt-'l land:
Commenciog at a pril planted atthe!*. E,
curuer \, 7819,0, 1, thence welt 40 cbaius,
tbence south 80 ohsloi, tbenco eusi luchsiua.
tbence north &u chains toi-uint oi commence-
ment and conlaining B30 acres mure or leaa.
Dated May 16th, iyu7.
Kevelitoke band District,
District ul West Kooteuay.
lake notice that -Qui Kprlam lledsirum of
Ilevelstoke, B. c, occupation cruiser, intends
luHp, lv fora ipeclal lic.*u»e ovei the following
described lands:
1. Commencing ul a pMt planted about one
mile up the nurih-cast furk ul hve Mile Cruek
ami itU-iii twu chains west ul lhe trail. Flvo
Mlie Creek bei in* live mile*, above Carnes
' reek, and marked "GUI Kprlam Hedstrom's
B. h. corner." thenee norlh su ehalm-, then, e
well 80chains, ihenee suuth no cbnins, thencu
en-t -yj. halns to point oi i-omineuccuent, oon*
uiiiiiiK 1,40 acrei mure or lesa.
I Comnanoing st a pust punted about on-*
mllo up ibe north-east lurkui Five Milo Creek
and about two ohains westof the trail, Five
Mile Creek belli* live miles above carnes
creek, uitd marked "OuiKprtom IMslrom'a
H Vt corner." tbenee north w chain , tbence
east w ohalni, thence iouth 80 chains, ibenoo
west BQobolm 10 point ul commencement, and
containing 040 lores mure or less.
3, Commencing al a post planted about one
mile up lhe north-east lork ot Five Mile Creok
and 1-,1-n.j iwn ehuins west ol the trail. Five
Mile Creek being five miles above Carnes
creek, and marked ■•uut Kprlam Hedstrom's
N W, corner," thence soulb tw chains, thencu
eait go chain*-, thetice uonh n) chains, thencu
wesi uu chains lu point ul cum mencenient, Riid
oon Ul ning mn lores more or less,
4. Commenolng at spoil planted about one
mile up the uurih-east lork ul Five Mile Creek
and about two chains weit ol the trail, Five
Mile Creek h ing tin: milo sbuvu Caruen
Cteek, and markeil "lius Kprlam Hedstrom's
N.K, curuer," itieuce sonth W chains, thunce
Will sn chains, Itieuce nurih so chains, theuee
-*n-tni.-i,..in-1., pointol commencement,and
containing 040 acre- more or less.
Dated June mn  I'.".'.
wedjly Ki      QU8 KI'HIAM HKDiSTROU.
Notice is hereby given that 00 days aft*r date I
Inteml to apply w Die Chief »-01 umbiiloner of
Lands and works for permisii'm topnrchasetbe
folio* iti(t described Utid.i, situate lu West Koutenny dlstncti
tummenclng at a j-ost pliuted 40 cbalm
nurth of H.utb-cast coruer ol T.L, 7ul0and
marked "J. K, Jobnsuu's north-weit corner
post," thence east uu ebalus, suulh 80 chains,
wesl eo chains, north 80 chaius to puint ol
Dated June (Jtb.DAi*.
wedjun IJ J, L. JuliNoyi\ STOCK-TAKING SALE
This is tiie Season of the year that we take an inventory of om* si ick. We mean by
so doing that no odd lines in Our Summer Stock shall appear on Our Slock List. Our
priics are always the lowesl and this Sale means a still further reduction in Prices. Snaps
for good careful buyers,    Look al ihe lollowing list :—
Ladies' Lawn Skirl
Ladies' While Lawn an
at half regular price.
I  ]'. K.  Skirts
Ladies' Under Skirts
Regular $1.25 and Si.75 Skirts,
Drees Goods Remnants
Remnants of Dress Goods and
t prices to clear,
Now 10c. Per Yard
M islin,   Prints,   Linens,
etc.    Regular 15c. and 25c. go.
Ladies' Tweed Skirts
Only a few left at ,$,5.00 each Regular
$5.00 and $6.00 Skirts. All this Season's
Prints! Prints!
A full line of patterns at
Ladies' Costumes
These nre one of the newest lines on the
market this season. You can buy anv of
these at jusl half the regular price.
Ladies' Canvas Shoes
Ladies' While Cimvns Oxfords al $1.00 per pulr.
Straw lliiisuiul Linen Hnls.    Sale-Half Price
't"H"-t"t"l"t"t"|n|ii$iiM •
ty We
i -
ty Om
should leave yum* Proscription with us
use lhe Purest ol Drugs
nnd Che.nicnls
Evei'v Prescription is chucked
' li-tun- ii Roea out
.1.11 prices nre reasonable und
we will deliver ynur prescription if you wish it.
Canada Drug & Book Co,
Saturday, Aug 10, lor 2-1 hours-
Fine, cloudy with probable showers;
moderate southwesterly winds; temp.
mas. 70 deg. min. 52 .leg.
Local and General.
Rev.J, A. 1.. Romig is holding evangelistic services in tlie tent this neck.
The Hood Lumber Cn. ot Crazy
Creek areinstalling their double band
saw machinery.
A meeting of the labor day commit
tee will be held tonight in rent of Mc-
Kititioii'; cism* store at 20 u'clock,
Several additii i.s are being made to
the City Hotel, including a new bar
room, piul.-.r fiiul basement.
Mr;. Qerken, of Buffalo, sister to
If. Maunjugi ol this city, leaves :-. !,...
I - il  y ■. utter visiting tlw city.
Lists for membership, ol Citizens'
League at City (.'ink's office. All
g. il citizens should record themselves
on this list,
Tin- -ite for the new mill to he constructed by the Adams Kiver Lumber
Cm. on little Shusiv.ii. Lake is being
Mis, Vlevian M.-Kiini.-y, who hns
beeu visiting Iriends in Golden during
the past two weeks, returned last
evenii.g and will occupy her position
..- organist in Knox church tomorrow.
Mra. Sawyer, ...f Coldwater, Out.,
baa been spending a month in town
thi guests 1 Mr. and Mrs. II. Manning, and leaves to-day loi -  11
A party ; thirty English girls have
arrived at Vancouver Irom the Old
Country ir. charge ul Mi- Joyce wh.
bat brought them over with thi bjeel
ol placing thun in domestic situations,
Mrs, '.-■'.-.. IV, I!.II haa nturnii
i, -!:,. In -,. the capitol where shi at
t. nded the luneral ol bei lathe, J,
Green Mn Bell ill .peril lomi
tin e with hei usl .1. I'f parents I'r.
and Mrs, Bell snd hii -:•:• 1 Mrs, C
i- inaldii if.
1  1   et I a t io n ol thi   |     .
cial goal is agai    •','■ taken up six arrests h   5 made I ■-' nigl t on 1
cl.nrg'-.   Captain   'K d' n .* r. lii ve
..f a 8 in. .. y . .-• nighl f.i tin
u Ind,        - .1 ■   lighl Bi .- ..-.I gi i.-
tlenien wli  are --.,. il large
A Japaneei ■--- :. an was horribly
beaten, kicked and oth nisi
In in-d on Wednesday nighl In tl
tender loin quarter by two buikj
drunk!. The polic. have n died the
.1 -iiiunts and arrests will n on be
Only .. glance ut our stuck
nl* Groceries will encourage
you I., try them.
A hii] will conviuce vou
they hit thr purest and best
nn the umi'kot. Try uur
j Hobson & Bell;
■ Grocers, linkers A Confectioners ,
* t
Uov. J. A L. Kmiig prencl.es tonight in the Baptist mission, Firsl
street, at 8 o'olook. Everybody oome
111 me welcome, Special music.
Should the weather ba line the Sun*
day service will he hold in the big
Kev. TAW Ilnll went down to Kamloops on Wednesday night to hold the
liniincifil district meeting of the
Methodist church, Kamloops districl,
mi Thursday. This di Uriel stretches
from Golden and Trout Lake City on
the enst to Ashcroft and Lillooet nn
the west.
The Shuswap Lumber Oo. are making arrangemeuts for extensive
logging on Adams Lnke nnd district.
A steamer will shortly be placed upon
Adams Lake Ior log towing purposes.
The road to ll.e lake is being widened
...nl improved i" allow of the now
vessel, which is of the alligator pattern
lu help its way overland
M^j^'tiwU'is bought out the
....nests..(the ..ther member* of the
Kevelstoke Wine and Spirit Co. in
the business here, and will conducl it
hereafter under his own nnme, Thiol.I company al Kevelstoke letaius the
Kooteuay braucli al Revelstoke, but
Mr. O'Brien will continue to supply
all lis ..Id eust.fillers in this end ol
ii'.-district,—Vernon News,
To Buy a House.
To Kent 11 House.
To Buy Nice Building Lots
close in.
To Buy
Splendid Fruit
:0R DAY     if^TT^
Kincaid & Anderson
Real Estate and Insurance Agts.
A sale ol work will l..k<- place 11 lhe
lawn at Liudmark's residence nexl
Friday,  August   16th,  beginning al
ilu- 'clock  in  the  fliifiii -ni  ami
during the evening. Th -. ■ is
under th. auspici bo! the I idies ol tin
Sea..di...ivi.in Methodist Ladies' Aid.
Many ...-el.il things will be sold ill
reasonable prices, Admission, free,
Ci il.-. fimi cake will be served at 10c,
Everyb idy is wi lei me.
Much activity is going on up the
Big Bi nd just uow, nnd preparation,
are being made for extensive work on
the various propertii - in that districl
Lui ge quantities ol supplies have been
shipped up by the steamer and several
patties for the various  mining  prop-
New Sicamous Hostlery Receives Liberal Patronage
The new hotel at Sicamous—the
Bellcvuo—which bus been recently
built nml opened by L. II. Congreve
upon the site of Um oH Ul"" ii w
Hotel, r.liiijh was destroyed hy nre
two years ngo, has commenced its
cumer under the most favorable circumstances. The need ul a gu-d, yet
cheaper house than the Hotel Sicamous has been long felt, an.l in the
management ot the Bcllevue this has
heen aimed at. In the busy se ■ m
the CI'.K. hotel is unable I 1 a..- n -
11. tl .io tho large crowds lb it..- ii- cl
. -. mons from all poinls snd in
the . mil - r si -.-. n large numbers -1
I .ggers  i-.- - igh  tbe
. ic establishing     - l.e  Belle
p and al        lame I 1111 .
-ge, solid ■   ■
storey struct..re,        ■   enl
■ ■
ing.   writing    -
-.-  are all of
nice ■ .-" th -'■-..
with gas
are ill modi
Committees Appointed fi om al!
Labor Organizations - Elaborate Preparations for Parade, Sports, etc.
Members of the following labor organizations will Ink'part in the Labor
Day oelebration here on Monday, Sept,
2nd: Order ul Hallway Con.luitors,
Iln.tlierlinnd t.I Railway Trainmen,
Brotherhood ol Locomotive Firemen
nnd Enginemcn, llioiherhood of Locomotive Engineers, International Assn.
cintiun ol Machinists, Brotherhood ul
Blacksmiths, Broth-.-rhuod ul Radway
C.imien, llioiberl d nf Boilermakers,
Order nf Railway Telegraphers, Order
ol Commercial Telegraphers, Maintenance of Way Min, Helpers' Union,
Tailors'Union, Birbers' International
Union, Oigarmakers' Union, international Typographical Union. It is
also expected that all other wage
wo.kers will join in to mnke ibis tbe
In sl Labur Day Kevelstoke has ever
had, The lollowing cunimittees have
been appointed in connection with the
celebration 1  •
General Committee—John McLeitl
chairman, B. ol It Carmen; T. Wad
man, secretary, I. A. ..f M ; J. Callin,
treasurer, ll. of L. E ; F R Mitchell,
John Lyons, C. 1> Palmer, John Porter, JniueE Walker, Juhn Russell.
Financial Committee—F R. Mitchell, chairman, U. ol L. F. & E.; R.Urquhart, I!   ol 11. T.; J.18. Armstrong.
0. It. T.-Gco. Kinicrbly, 11. ul It. C.
Spo.ts—John  Lyons, chairman, B.
ol L E,| Roy McDjnald, barkers; T.
Hope, 11. -I It. T; (i. Green, black-
smiths; - A..IH1, M. cf W. Men; J
Ilu..l.y, hiiilermakers; I) E. Jackson,
1. A of M.; .1. Holiday, Hoipou,'Un-
ion; 11. li.iisley, B.ul K. I'.; J. Vaugh-
nn, plumbers; I). M, line, I. f. U.
Grounds—0. I-. Palmer,chairman,
1. A. ul M.'jW. Davis, B. of B"; Win,
Woodbind, Bowman Lumber Co.
Transportation—John Porter, 0. 11.
0., chairman; II. Ferguson, B. of It.
It; J. Callin, 11. oil,. E; II. C. Laugh-
lin, O.K.T.; Juhn Eraser, M. of W.
Parade—Jas. Walker, Cigai'makers'
Union, chairman; J. Mathie, blacksmiths; C. Corson, clerks; R. J. Stewart, Big Eddy Mill; K. D. McDonald,
barbers; Geo. Knapp.
Entertainment—John Itusscll, I, A.
ot M., chairman; Joe. Morgan, Barbers; II. Carpenter, B. of L. F. &E.;
I). M.Kae, l.T. f.
The lollowing were appointed a
committee to wait upon the city council in regard to the usual donation for
1'iib.. ,','ity: Jcli.'i aioi.eou, Ceu. i'\iw-
erbly, .1. Mathie, F. Corson, R, Mo-
Donald, H. McKinnon, 11. MoSorley
The several committees usk fur the
hearty suppurt of all the citizens of
Revelstoke lo make this tl.e I e-t and
biggest celebration that bus ever been
lu-l.l in o"r city.
Important Resolutions  Passed
or, Matters of Civic Interest
look at the Price.   Here is a chance for money-saving
as they are all New Stock and we have a full range of
sizes.   There are Box Calf,  Dongola, Vici and Velour
Calf, in  Black, Tan and Chocolate Bals. and Oxfords.
They are regular $5.00 and $5.50, hut the price for one
week is	
$4.00 Per Pair
Men's Shirts
We have a nice lot in ihis line, with or
wilhoul Collars $1.00   Each
See Our Hats
We have a lot of Fine Felt Hats at a
Bargain. Soft Hats in Brown, Black,
Greys and Beaver. Stiff Hats in Black
and Brown. They sold al $2.50 and $,**,. 50
Now $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
Try a Pair
We have just opened a large lot of the
Best value we have ever shewn, They
will 1 e found to lie well made of good
material that will give good service. The
prices range from 1J1.75 to $4.50 and
every pair are woith the price we ask.
Do You Need
a Suit Gase
We have a large stock, from the cheap
imitation leather to the best solid leather, at
prices you will lind good value.
You Will Find All Sizes Here
rties now in opera 0.1 I. ive gone up,
1, 11, Baker, ul G ae er, vho is .per-
filing a packtrain Irom Downie Creek
•"Smith Creek took up teen
horse, yesterday, and will inorease
that iiiii.ii .-i ..- the season advai ce,
Km. nsive a rk is b. ing doi     thi
Gold Hill. Smith Creek, and He.
Cullough Creek pi pertiea and n goud
•■...... i, anticipated,
One .i-.i-.-..  why   .ve  -.-II so
much perfume Is   lwcni.se ivu
carefully watch uur trade and
in a,. Ito poinl  I" always have
mi hand iln- particular perfumes
which .in- popul-..  In this lo-
Sen Tour Do* Prairies
W. BEWS. m, 1
Druggist ainl Maiiou..r.
Mail Orders  prompllj attended
-.. a. ihi, Store,
Social and Personal
Miss E Paget lell on Tuesday lo
week', visil to thc C. ast.
plied        ■ - ..- bill fed
by .. I- wi rl    1 uni|      t good
... ey, and ahead
■ -. m ites ire *-.' pi    I ■-.
Hie outlook  in      inning ovi
-.. mi Lake *■   :lie n   ti  snd thi
-.v..1   ....I \i i-i ink.- to the
. ... . Dan Mcli
I Revelstok.       1 tho man -.:- menl
ami is 1  best to make I
ing asked il the
11 ■        ... « was sill
-■ :
ii luse is not hi ion now to
ace .mm. 'I ite all who come lor room*,'
Nothing; bolter than Our
per Mif
Fred Forest ol Alberl Cany .11 i«
spending > lew days in town
M-- M Pagi 1 ii.is returned from ..
visit to 8t, I.- m Hot Springs.
Mist   Urnugh  returned  Irom   the D..     '____   I   _ __ I
» Monday and left for the easl  DliSI fl 6SS   L 0 Cd I S
-* i.igbt.
lia.. 1 in, nl the Eva Ilolel, Cam
borne, wa, in tlie oity on Thursduy on
a In.sii..-a visit.
Mrs, J II. Jaokson ind family lelt
on Wednesday night lur a holiday
visil I-. Ukanagan Landing,
,1. A. Birmingham, western trav
- lln.- ■■■ oretnry ol the Hrotlierh 101I ol
St Amlr.-w's.is in lo-sn III- guest ol
Mr. un.l Mrs C. II. Paget,
Mr, MoMllllan ol the la- Roi mine
at Rossland, spent Thursday and Friday in the ciiy on mining business,
uml lell loi ilie iouth this inornli g,
Mis. .1. 0. Kemp, organist 1 I .r tho
L. (i. 'I. M,, i« in tin oity, having jmt
returned frnm unending tlio Supremo
Lodge convention ut ilti win City, N.
,1, Mrs, Kemp loavri In tho n nrnlng
..ti .1 visit to the Hives III Southern
French beans In tins   25c,
C, It. Hume* Co,
Patronize Homo Industry. Smoko
Rovolstoko Ci...<r-..
Fishing tackle, guns and ammo,
nilion,   Bourne Bros.
Grossman and Morrison aro showing
the   newest   styles   in    Ladies'  Rain
New stocks ol Ushing tackle-—files,
trolls, lenders, etc. at Hews' Drug
Prescriptions are tho back bono ol
our business ami lb... foundation ol
..nr reputation, Wo iill them accurately with tlm high.!.1. grade ol pur.
fresh drugs—Hod Cross Drug Store.
eeting of the executive
the Board of  Trade   was helJ on
flight; Wm. Lawrence tali
■ chair,   l'lie chairman stated
• 11 ...  lor    convening of   tbo
met ting, 11 sayinj tbat it  had been
-    take  action   urging    the
nl   t mplele
■   -   rk -.ii tlm riv, r bank
I-  ■!--.-   ■-.-! ;  at the  Hon.  Frank
: ■ ■-.-'  I tho Interior would
lie in   Rev. 1st. ke  on   Monday next
li • the advisability ol
the matter belore him and
1,.-   g ver the  works and
.... where the neces-
",.i ■ lhii work with
-. nexl  I iw w iti r    \
■ luti .1    - passed, tlmt tl..- execu-
1 nt upon Mr. Oliver
, •■.',- ol  an   iiiiiiutl-
.       1 ■   .,    ol    $10,000   "1
du  " ■ the coming
-a-,     md  thai the
.,.,.-.    e  --I- ml on  with the
!.,.   1. beral A- - -
....   escape ol tl.e
if.   fn Iron, tl.e P.ovinci.l
gaol w'-.. ■       lixcussed at d it was
mm  the  Attorney General
! thai ll.e  Hon"!  on  behalf
/ ; -   i  Revelatoke den,ami
mi     it gal ion   Into  the   oir. im-
,ui MHf.il.ng the   escape <,!
-. from the provincial gaol and
party of parties responsible
I. called to account.
1 in- meeting adjourned early lor tho
pnrp -.- --I allowing the iiu-inlfi.M to
attend the Citizens' Irfingiio meeting,
Mr. and Mrs. 0.   Hanson desire  lo
piuRs their deepest gratitude to Mr
il Mis. Tno.nl'.. and In nil win.
extended tliu.r kindly sympathy in
thoir sad huruavcmeiit.
Krom our own corrspondont.
J. Ludgate, of Parry Sound, is in
Mr. Norlhey, of Camborne, was in
town this week.;
Rev. Mr. Fernie, 11 former minister
in thc Presbyterian church, passed
through here recently.
S. Irvine left this week un a visit, to
friends in Toronto and other points in
The Big Bend sawmill closed down
on Thursday.
The Knights of Pythiis decided to
make lhe installation ..[ their officer-
a public affair a d issued a general
invitation to their hull on Wednesday
evening   lor  thnt purpose.   A  large
...."'r'u,' vi-ilif"!**. we-e ocj'SGiiii. l\
g. od musical programme was provided, after which ice cream and cakes
were served. A little hop wound up
ihe proceedings uf a very enjoyable
Dr Elliott is building a residence
adjacent to Ml*. Lndg.ite's.
K. of P. Public Installation of
Officers at Arrowhead.
Arrowhead Lodge No. 38 Knights ol
Pythias held a public installation of
iheir ollicers for the eenii-niinuiil term
on Wednesday night. The event was
made ss popular as pussible nnd when
.lie ceremonies commenced a largo
gathering of knights and their Iriends
lllled the lodge room! The installation ceremonials were conducted by
II. Stevens, deputy grand chancellor,
assisted by Rev. H. Johnstone aB G. P,
nnd Mr. Johnson as G. M, A. The impressive work was beautifully oar vied
out, the lime honored custom being
duly observed. Thc entry nt ll.e king
and retinue was heralded with music,
un.l niter the prayer the installation
ceremony was gnim through. Several
vocal and Instrumental selections were
r..n.lere.l ut intervals and 11 A. llriiwn,
jrand vice chancellor, gave an appropriate address on the order, its objects
ami effeola, ai the close of the Installation relri-shmciits wore sorved
Hid n dance brought a popular, Interesting and pleasing event tu a close.
Tilings ure  looking up here,   The
Silver D .liar ...ill started up Thursday
and worked well. Messrs. Boll roll'
and Lewis, directors ol the Elwood Tin
Workers Oold  Mining Cnu.pany, who
........ the mine, ware in attendance at
the trial run, and were wall please I
with it. Tl.e mine is looking well. N,
IV. I-',..i...-.is, wl... I.ns been lho company's, nginoer lor a year bus resigned,
iln-1.1.... ,\ii....H Development Company
rcjulflng .be whole nt bis tune lor lhc
exteniive operatloni they have in view
on the Broadview, True Fissure St.
Klmo .....I llli.ii Hell groups at Ferguson
The Provincial 11..vern...ent nre el
leeling great iinprovemenls lu the
rmil through Fish Creek canyon, put
ting in new and substantial bridges
and cutting down llm guides.
Cory iMunhinick tuuk  Mes.rs. Slim
and Lcdwig up Friday to bcc the Nelson group, nnd also tbe Bern ior group,
on which he made the rich strike ol
ore last lall,
E. A. Haggen, M. B., and J. Lade
spent Wednesday and Thursday investigating the Oyster-Criterion mine,
on which n deal is pending,
1) R. McLennan is closing out his
store here.
Cathoi.ui.—Rev. Father ll. Pecoul,
O.M.I., pastiir. Seivicescvofv Sunday
nt the lollowing hours: 8 a.m. Communion Mass; 10:30 a.m. High Mass
and Senium; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2.30
p.m. Sunday School; 7:30p.m. Rosary,
Instruct inn nnd Beuedictitn,
Mi-iTiioinsT - Rev. T. W. Hall,
pastiir. Services at 11 o'clock a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting and
EptfOrtil Li'iicJie. united fur yitnjljerj
months, Morning subject—"A Discontent that has in it a Noble
Principle." In the evening the pastor
expects tn deliver the second idd.ess
in the series on *lThe Tragedy ol Job."
All are we'oon.e,
W. 0, Calder, pastor. Services 11 a.m.
7:311 p in , Bnnday School and Pastor's
Bible Class, 2.30 pin. Morn inv subject: "Wherein did tiny Si...'* E.cuing Bid j.-el: "Nudab and Ai.iliu with
a reference to training." Young
I'.ople's meeting Monday at 8 p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday st 8 p.in
Choir praotice nnd teachers' meeting
Friday at 8 p.m,
Knox PimsiiVTi-iitiAX—J. It. Robert-
sun, B. II, minister. The usual services at 11 a.m. ai d 7:30 p.m. Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m. At the evening
service a special serniun will be
lirinched on " Civic Morality." Onod
music. Invocation ui.il.eiu : " Our
Father," Dismissal antlii.ni: "bow
Down Thine Eur." A cordial invitation given to all and strangers are
specially welcomed.
BAPTIST—Iu Salvation Army Barracks. Services lor Sunday, August
llth. Morning service at 11 o'clock
Subject: "Christian Consecration."
Evening sorvice at 7:30, subjeot:
' Final Judgment," (illustrated). Kev.
,1. A. L Hi.mig preaches. The Misses
Cave conduct the singing and will
give, some special selections, Everybody welcome, Services in tlie Baptist mission ball, First Street.
s-r. Peter's AnqJuoah—Trinity XI,
Holy communion at 8 a.m.; matins
at II a. tn. and evensong 7 30 p m.;
Siinibiy school, 2:30 p.m. Mr. J. A
Birmingham will speak both morning
and evening.
Mnn-inpe Licenses Issued
Apply Victni.i Hotel,
Harness—heavy, tenni and driving,
riding nnd pack saddles, etc. Bmirne
Another oarload of Gordon-Ironside's
clinic-In...rami bacons just arrived
atO, B. llunie .Si Co.
Revolstoke Cigars Union Made Our
Special, The Union, and Maroa Vuelta
aro ahead ol all others.
Fresh To-day—Apples, tomatoes,
cantaloupes, watcrmolons, peaches,
Oto.   Bourne Bros.
All proscription! carefully checked
belore leaving our siure and you gut it
delivered ..t ouoe Ir.-.m the Red Ciosb
Drug Sloro.
Fnr some very nice pirccs ol cut
glass, hand-painted china and gold
"iignitcd glassware, see nur stock at
0, H. 11 nine A- Cn.
VV    "1    horses  suitable  li.i-   farm
work,   Weight ubout,  HUOII.h, curb.
Apply slating price lo K. A. Haggen,
Revelstoke,B. 0,               tug 11
to MllH. FLBETHAM, 1st. Street, West,
ANTED — Evoiynne having a
house to sell or <-culti.lis.it
with uie. I am Hooded with enquiries
for house properties. Phone, cull, or
drop me a curd with full des'ciiption
nnd purchuse price, or rent requited.—
lil. A. Kuggeti, Real Estate and Iusui-
niic.' Agent. Revelstoke, B. ('.
WANTED-A Wait.-ess, apply
Intel Iteveistuke
WANTED-Korty Rive. Dlivers-
Apply li.inr.nnn Lumber Company's Oamp, Fish Oreek. ag 17
WANTED—A   dining room girl,
Li'land Hotel, Nakusp, $30 pop
Tho Celebrated Comedian
Supported by an Excellent
Company, in High Class
Plays,   Beginning
I710R SALE AT OOST-Thc owner
J.' wishing 10 leave Revelstoke ns
soon ns possible will sell ....tiie slock
ut enst-Miss A. Muslim, opposite
Knnx Church, Second Street.
iny w
August gj
Thur. —" Christopher  Jr."
Friday—" The   Nominee."
Sat.   Matinee — " Wanted
a Family."
Sat. Night—"Other Peoples
PRICES: 50c. & 76c.
Children 25c.
Dun't fail lo see this Company
os every play is guaranteed.
Change of Bill at Every


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