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THE MAIL-HERALD.
Vol. 12.-No 128
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REVELSTOKE. B. C. NOVEMBER 14. 1900
lv     190
$2.50 Per Year
Mail
Order
Uopt.
CB. Hume&Co.
Write
For
Samples
LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT STORE.
ARGAINS
■    WE   ARE    I     AOtNIb ■      i-UK    mi
Ladies tloMEjoiRNAL
G\ PATTERNS^
^Sjf MOHTWIY STTlt COOK fRH \JU
A tew of those Misses' and Children's Coata thut wo are clearing ut $2.1)5.
40yarda ol Royal Blue Velveteen, 24 inches wide, fine pile,
good color—make lovely children's dresses. Regular 75c. per
yard—a Bargain at 3i)c,
A lot of Black and Colored Sateen Underskirts, worth $1.60
to $2.00 tor 96c.
A number of Ladies' Belts, in black, white and colored Silks,
and are worth $1.00 and $1.25.   Selling at 45c.
JAPANESE CHINA
it would be worth your while to call and see some ol our
striking patterns in Five o'clock Tea Sets, Cocoa Sets and Chocolate Sets, all of the latest design,
We are also showing daily something new in Fancy Plates,
Cream and Sugars, Biscuit Jura, Bun Hon Dishes, Berry Bowls,
Fancy Jugs and Vases.
WINTER VEGETABLES
We have just unloaded one carload ol assorted Winter Vegetables and will be able to supply you with any quantity oi tlie
following : Turnips, Carrots, BeelB, OnioiiB and Parsnips.
Theae vegetables are in first-class condition and special rates are
given on 5 sack lots.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY-SECOND FLOOR.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
P. J. BOURNE,
Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
A FOOD
A TONIC
A MEDICINE
ALL COMBINED
Thai is what we claim lor
Nairn's Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil.
It cures protracted Colds and Coughs.
Il builds up a run down system.
It makes thin people fat and strong,
lt so strengthens the system that colds
arc avoided.
Il is always fresh and sweet.
It is us easily taken as milk.
We guarantee that it is the Best
Ktntilsion of Cod Liver Oil in the market
to-day.
PULL .6 OZ. BOTTLE FOR $1,00,
Red Cross Drug Store
D. NAIRN, Phm. B.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
FUEL and FEED
GALT COAL-The onjy
Satisfactory Domestic Coal,
for Cook Stove, Heater or
Grate, olean and free from
clinkers.
Dry Pir and Birch Wood,
any Length.
Hay, Oats, Wheat and
Chopfeed.
Express antl Draying to
any part of the city,
Furniture Stored at Reson-
able Rates.
J. G. HUTCHISON
Offlce Next P. Burnt-
Meat Market.
TELEPHONE ■        73.
GENERAL HARDWARE
OF   EVERY  DESCRIPTION.
Plumbing Work—Estimates Given.
*   Tinsmith Work.—Estimates Given.
Repair Work a Specialty.
Electrio Wiring (or Houses,
Eleotric Bell Fitting.
Electrio Supplies,'Shades snd Globes
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We carry a complete stock ol Tilden-Gurney Stovesand Ranges J *
We invite you to look at our beautilul selection ot China, d,
inoluding Coalport China and Limoges China. i
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Dealers in Hardware, Stoves tnd Tinware, Minert', Lumbermen's
tnd Sawmill Supplies, etc., Plumbing tnd Tinsmithing.
REAR-END
COLLISION
One Man Killed and Sixteen
Injured in a Wreck at a
Station Seven Miles West
ol Kamloops.
For the first time in tlie history ol
the Pacilic Division ot the C, P. It.
lues of life iu the passenger list occurred early yesterday morning, at
Train|iiil.e Siding, seven miles west of
Kamloops. Whose was tl.e blame is
not yet determined though this will
no doubt be made clear by thc coroner's inquest which i« to be held on the
body of the one victim of tl.e disaster.
Number ninety-six. east bound passenger was in two sections, the first
comprising coaches and baggage containing the paid-oil* erew of the Shearwater. No. ninety-aeven, weat bound
was late and thia kept tlie liret section
of ninety-six standing about fifteen
misutes on the main line, tlie rule
being that west bound train takes
the siding. While thus waiting to
cross, the lirst section was run into
by the second section, and in a lew
moments tlie track was strewn with
wreckage. The rear end car, the
pullman Loraine was telescoped and
a tourist car overturned. Tl.e acetylene tanks sxploded and caught fire,
the blaze rapidly extending to tl.e
cars, completely destroying tl.e Pullman, tourist and one baggage car.
The ma. ine-anil jack tars scrambled
out ot tho wreck with tl.e agility of
monkeys und were soon hard at work
extinguishing tl.e Humes and extricating their fellows. They worked with
energy and did yeoman service. The
track caught lire and wus destroyed
Ior two hundred yards. Several ol
the sailors were severely burned, two
ol them, named Whiting and Logan,
so severely as to necessitate their removal to the hospital here where they
arc doing well und will recover. One
niun, a civilian, employed us third
cook in tlie commissary car, received
serious injuries and died belore aid
ooiilil lie obtained. Hia name is J. A.
Rowe.
The second section, following tlie
custom, had nn orders, the rule being
that the lirst section must protect
rear division. Whether Engineer
Hosker on second section snw the
warning signals, or whether a warning
signal was displayed, is not yet
apparent. Tlie lirst section wos pulled
by T. Sweeney, ConductorCJ. Bourne
in charge.
When No. 97 reached Tranqullla
ths accident had just occurred and
tlie engineer seeing the blaze Irom the
burning cars pulled up the train witii
a jerk. George McCormick, formerly
malinger of the Kamloops Lumber Co.
and now manager of the Pacilic Lumber Co., Vancouver, says the shook of
the sudden pollings up wus so
severe, Hosker, engineer, und Dewar,
lireniitu ot thc second section of ilti,
jumped when they saw tlie collision
wna inevitable. They eacaped unhurt.
Coroner Bun-is has not yet decided
when be will hold tlie inquest, but it
will probably take place this morning.
About noon the eust bound trains
rei.cl.ed Kamloops bringing with them
lour ol tl.e injured who were taken to
the hospital fortreatme.it. A full list
of the casualties follows :
and their boat an old one, they must
have sunk and been unable to git
clear of the boat. Parlies have been
making a thorough search lor .hem,
but up till now without nny result..
SHORT OF COAL
G. N. R. Cannot Secure Enough
to Operate its Trains.
PHOENIX, Nov. 13.—The strike of
the coal miners employed hv the
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., now in its
seventh week, ia beginning to be felt
in a manner hardly anticipated in this
section of tlie pruvinco. It seems
tlmi. tl.e Great Northern railway relied
to a large extent on the Fernie coal
mines for coal for steam purposes and
while the railway has other Important
sources of supply, the cutting oil' of
th Pernio source oripplea tlio road at
least lor some time. So much so is
this the case that the railway has been
unable to haul tl.e coal Iron. Montana
fast enough to enable them to haul
tlie coke and ore necessary to keep the
Granby smelter in full blast. The
railway lius thousands of tons uf coke
en route frum tl.e east in addition to
thousands of cars of general merchandize delayed for the same reason. At
the same time the C, P. It., which has
other sources ol coal supply in the
Kootenay than Fernie, has been able
to secure practically all the coal needed
and as fur as known the J. J. Hill line
not touching those local Bources of
supply. It seems to keep tl.e Great
Northern busy to get coal cough to
haul its passenger trains and most
important freight trains.
THE FERNIE
STRIKE ENDED
Representatives Call on General Manager Lindsey and
, Yield to the Open Shop
Agreement.
Fernie, B. Oi, Nov. 14.—Tl.e strike
at the Crow's Nest Pass Coal company's mines has collapsed. At eight
o'clock Monday evening, President
Mitchell's representative, -Thomas
Unrke, called upon General Manager
Lindsey and made an agreement
recognizing the open shop, the company on its part agreeing to pay over
lees iu its hands belonging to the
union; a new check-off clause to last
to the end ol the agreement wus drawn
and accepted by the company, while
the signatures of men who signed
ai.ioe September 11 are cancelled. Tl.e
men return tn work at once.
WILL DEFEND REPUTATION
Dismissed G. T. R. Conductors
Will Insist on Company
Making Charges.
TORONTO, Nov. 13.—The idea bus
got abroad thnt the railway conductors
luitl off by the G.T.R. have all resigned
or taken their conge as
KILLED.
J. A. Rowe, third cook.
injured   (in hospital.)
Joe Allan, second cook, cut and
bruises.
LouiB Charney, chef, cut lace.
Chas. Mead, inspector ot dining
and sleeping oars, fractured ribs and
bruises.
S. W. Durrett, porter, bruised hip.
il it were
merited. This is not true. The
majority of tl.e conductors have refused to resign. Tbey have demanded
that the management of the G, T. R.
give reasona for their dismissal.   They
| want charges made if there are any
charges to be mado.   They do not wish
| to be branded as wrongdoers, for they
declare they are innocentof the slightest suspicion of  wrongdoing.    They
' stand on clause 11 of their agreement
with the G. T. R., which makes it
necessary for tl.e company to give
reasons for dismissals. If no reason
is given within that time, then tl.e
conductors aro preparing to take in
Whiting, chief stoker, burned feet dividual action against the company
an? Ie68"  (for defamation ol reputation.
Logan, sailor, burned lace, Ieet and
hip.
The others injured were not so seriously hurt as to detain them here.
BOER RISING.
Raiders Attack Camp and Drive
Back Police, Many Wounded.
Capetown, Nov. 13.—The latest ad
vices (rom the scene of the Boer outbreak in the northwestern part of Cape
Colony agree that the situation it
decidedly grave. NativeB who were
never in sympathy with British plans
of government ar e flocking to the
standard ol rebel chieftain Ferreriera,
Sunday he attacked a camp of loyals
at Uppington. A fierce fight followed,
lasting for hours, when the police, outnumbered, fled, carrying their badly
wounded men.
MISSING MEN
Drowned in Arrow Lake.
Word has been received here from
Halcyon of the disappearance of two
men working at Symond's farm, opposite St. Leon, on the Arrow Lakes,
who are now supposed to have been
drowned. Their names are Barry and
Swivell both well known in Revelstoke.
One day lust week they crossed the
lake to St. Leon to get the mail.
From there they rowed to Halcyon
Hot Springs hotel, arriving at about
two in tbe alternoon. At low o'clock
the men started for home across the
lake, and were Been opposite Symond's
as durkneee drew on, but Bince that
time no trace has been had ol them,
neither haB their boat been seen. They
had no food, and it is now thought
that the water being somewhat rough
MISS MIGNON DUKE
We are a distinctly music loving
people in Revelstoke and take pleasure
in supporting not only our own local
talent but also those who come from
afar to sing before us, One of the most
pleasing musical entertainments of
the season was that given last night
by Miss Mignon Duke in tbe Y.M.C.A.
gymnasium htll under the auspices of
the Ladies Auxiliary. Miss Duke,
who is Canadian burn has already
gained no small reputation aud where
ever she has sung, she has scored a
success. Last nignt, iu spite of tl.e
disagreeable condition of the weather
and suffering Irom a heavy ould, Miss
Duke added another success to her
list, The hall was well filled and all
RevelBtoke attended to hear the young
singer. Her numbers were well and
carefully chosen and comprised, classical, humorous and sume of the old
favorite ballads whicli appealed to all.
Her voice is ol great power and range,
the tup notes ringing true with bell
like clearness. Accompanied by a
charming appearance her singing is a
pleasure to listen to and as the years
roll on her voice should take its place
lide by side with those who have
gained world wide repute. Perhaps
her best numbers were "The Slave
Song" and "Kathleen Mavoureeen,"
Bung with much expression and feel-
n g. Miss Duke lias a great future
before her and we wish her every
success on her tour.
Mrs. T. F. Barnard deserves great
credit Ior tl.e untiring and generous
way in which she nn, in tained the programme and her playing was much
appreciated by all, making up what
was indeed a very pleasing and well
chosen entertainment.
FORTY-SEVEN
ARE KILLED
In a Railway Wreck on the
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
Thirty-Eight are Injured and
Several Will Die
Chicago, Nov. 14—More than one-
half the passengers on an immigrant
train on lhe llnltimore & Ohio ruil-j
road werc killed yesterday in a collision between n paBsenger and a
freight train, near Wondville, Ind.
One hundred and sixty-five passcngcra
were on the train,
Forty-seven cither were killed outright or burned to donih in u lire that
broke out in the wrcckago immediately afler the collision. Tho names
of all tl.e dead will probably never be
known, as 45 ol the bodies wero consumed in tl.e flumes, or werc so badly
burned that identification will be out
of tbe question.
Thirty-eight persons were injured
and several ol these will die, Eighty
others escaped unhurt, but lost nearly
all their baggage and clothing.
CAPTAIN ^iFFilUCQUITTED
Dramatic Ending of Criminal
Prosecution in Chehalis
Case.
Vancouver, Nov. 12.—Tlie trial ol
dipt. Griffin, on n charge of manslaughter, uccasiuned by the collision
between the s.s, Princess Victoria and
lln- s.s. I'lieh lis, ii. July last in tl.e
narrows, is concluded Judge Henderson, In acquitting tl.e captain, said:
I nm aware thut civil notions ure
to follow, but with th se 1 have nothing to do. Nor have I anything todo
witii the finding of the Commissioners,
The only point 1 have to decide is,
wus Captain Grillin's conduct on this
occasion so utterly regardless ot consequences and bo reckless us to warrant me in finding him guilty of manslaughter because death resulted (run.
thc accident, and in fastening upon
l.i... tl.e stigma of a crime. If that
death were proved to havo been caused
by Captain Grillin's recklessness ur
gross criminal negligence, I should
have to lind him guilty. I um convinced that he is not, and 1 must
acquit him."
The spectators and witnesses who
had awaited the end of Captain Griffin's trial in tl.e little courtroom late
Friday afternoon applauded Judge
Henderson's decision. The captain,
who throughout the addresses of
counsel, and the decision of the court
had sat with bowed head, bo remained
still visibly affected by the cheerless
words of the Crown, tlie comforting
reply of his counsel, and tlie impartia
and finally welcome words of tho
court.
When nfter liis formal discharge
Irom custody, the captain rose, liis eyes
welled with tears. Then with ccunsel
und Iriends, he left, a free man for
the lirst time since July 21. On January 21 will expire the six months'
period of cuncellution of his certificute
by the Commissioners in tlie inquiry.
SlJ^fERlofNGlP
Mines will Resume Operations
George W. Roberts, director of the
United States mint, says, "Silver is
going to reach it price ot 76 or better
within two years and it is going to
hold that price. I believe that hundreds uf silver miues throughout the
west which have been shut down for
more thun 10 years because of the fall
in price will be opening again within
a year, simply becauBe tlie price ol
this metal makes it worth while. And
further, let me state, thia is no speculative or boom market. Tlie price of
71 cents today will be better next
month and it will steadily and naturally advance a point until a high
mark possibly 80c. wili be touched."
NEW KOOTENAY SERVICE
A new C. P. R. time table for the
Kootenay service has just gone into
effect. The new schedule will remain
in effect through the winter and will
effect a saving of twelve hourt time
between Nelson and the coast, The
route taken will be by Slocan Lake
and Nakusp, instead of by the Arrow
Lakes as lormerly. The narrows in
tl.e lakes with their constant freezing
up will thus be avoided. The toast
train will leavo Nelson daily at 7.30
o'clock in the morning arriving in
Vancouver tt 11.50 o'clock the following day. Eust bound departure from
Vancouver will be by the regular
express leaving daily at 3.30 o'clock
in the afternoon. Nelson will be
reached the evening of the following
dny nt 7.46 o'clock.
THE KOOTENAY CENTRAL
Work on the construction ol the
lirst ten miles of the Kootenay Central
Railway out oi Golden, in the direction
ol Fort Steele, hns been stopped (or
tho winter. Tlie contract for tho
building of this portion of the road is
held by the British Columbia General
Contract Cunipany ot Vancouver. LaBt
week ordora were sent to Golden for
the closing of all tho camps and the
outfits were mado ready to be stored
for thc winter. In the spring, work
will be resumed.
It is reported on good authority
that next spring tlie O. P. R. will let
contract! Ior thu construction ol additional mileage ol this road.
BQtJaJSTE   BROS
DEALERS IN
High Class Croceries. Fruit, Flour, Feed,
Stoves, Furnaces, Hardware, Harness,
Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
BOTJE2TE BEOS.
CEDAR CORD WOOD
Hard and Dry.
A large supply ol thin wood has been received at our
yards and is now ready for delivery at
•4   FOUR   DOLLARS   PER   CORD  14
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR
BANFF HARD COAL
The best and cheapest coul for ull purposes. It ia Iree
rom dust and does not clinker, Wc guarantee satisfaction
or will refund money.   Leave your orders Ior fuel at our office
Revelstoke Fuel and Supply Co.
LIMITED,
Molsons Bank Building.
REAL ESTATE SPECIAL
This space is reserved solely for the best special real estate
bargains on our list each week.
Subject to an Immediate sale we have had placed in our^hands
what we consider to be absolutely the besl buy in the Ciiy. Note
this and act promptly and you may own an elegant home; or a good
paying Investment) belter than stocks ur bonds.
Handsome 7-RoomCottage, 50X 100 fool lot, centrally
located,  near school,    For   one  week   only- $1,150.
Terms as follows \   $300 Cash and balance on monthly
payments to suit purchaser.
Don'l forget Its necessary io act promptly io secure this as we
always  sell  lhe  Keal   Estate   Special advertiied in  this space
within the week.
Revelstoke Insurance Agency, Lto
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office-Toronto, Ontario.
Brandies in tlio I'rnviuce. of Mmiititba, Alberta, Suskntchewan,
liritish I'liliimhiu. (J'lilnrio, IJileboc.
Capital Subscribed ...        ts,ooo,ooo.oo
Capital Paid Up ....    $4,280,000.00
Reserve Fund ....       $4,280,000.00
D. It. W.i.KiE, President; Hon. R. Jaffray, Vice-President.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savis.ih Department—Deposits received and Interest allowed
at highest current rate from date of opening account, und compounded half-yearly,
Drafts sold available in all paviisof Canada, United States and
Ell.ope.   Speciul attention given tt. Collections.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C. -A. E. Phipps, Manager.
The Imperial Guarantee and Accident Insurance Co. of Canada
Head Office—46 King St. West. Toronto. Ont.
Revelstoke Olliee—Molsons' Bank Building
Capital Subscribed, $1,000,000.00  Paid Up Capital, 1200,000.00
Government Deposit,     100,000.00  Reserve Fund,        50,000.00
ACCIDENT   POLICIES
Special attention paid to Accident and .Sickness
Insurance fm- railway men. Policies being issued on
the mosl approved plans and at low Premium Rates.
Investigate the following Policy Benefits! Payments
for loss of life, limb or sight! weekly Indemnities for
lotul uml partial disablement! Optional Indemnities;
Medical Feejii Travel Indemnities! Slcknets Indemnities! Hospital Indemnities and face value of policy
for Total Permanent Disablement.
.See om- Special I iiniliiiiiition Policy for .Select and
Preferred llisk-. covering $2,000 Aooidont Insurance,
151,000 Health lusui-a. , Weekly Indemnities for any
Accident or nny Illness.  Costs $1.00 pec month.
GUARANTEE   POLICIES
Bunds Issued for Dominion and Provincial Em-
ployi'i".. Municipal Corporations, Banks, Loan,
Financial and Cniiiiiiei-cial Institutions, Fraternal
Societies, Administrators and on .ill parties occupying positions of Trust, Absolute security and Low
Hatks.
Revelstoke Insurance Agency, (ity Agents
H. F. McKinnon. Special Railway Agent,
E. H. Lewis. General Agent.
For the best situated RESIDENTIAL and VILLA Lots
in the City or on Hs borders, and for choice FRUIT
LANDS, Call and see G. M. SPROAT Soon.
Farwell Estate Office   -   Cowan Block, SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Including potutji' to England, United Stater*
und Cunndn.
»jr the year (through postofflee]     92.-S3
Half      "        " •*     1.30
Quarter "        " ■• ........... 1,00
-JOB • HINTING promptlyexeouted at roasoD-
*b.t> rate-.
TERMS—Cash,   Subsoriptionfl payable In ad;
vance.
I 0HHES1»0NIJKNCK invit.-d on matters of
public Interest, Communications to Kdi-
tor niu.il be aocompanlod liy namo of
writer, not neeeesarily fo publication, but
»«evidence of eood faith. Correspondenoe
-hould l« brief.
G
ill.LAN A- ELLIOTT.
ll-.ni.Uit.. Soltcllou, Ejc.
RBVBLSTO     oi' Tltul*. LAKE, B. tl,
CB.fln.ua V C. Ei.i.iin-r.
H
AKVKV. McCARTER
AND l'lNKUAM,
BAKRISTKRS, B0LI0ITOR8, ETC.
Omen :  iMi-iiioii, Hank  BLOCK,   ItKVKti
'STllH, Il.C.
Motiey lo loan.
Offlmi RevelaWke, H. 0,| Kort Steele, B. C,
'.)E0. ?. MoCiRTSR,
A, M    I'lNKKAM. J. A. llARVKV,
Revelitoke, ll. I".        Kor. Bteele, H. t"
s
J. M. Boot! I.L.Ii W, I, IlrlKKs,
U'OTT   AND   HKIGHS
Barribtbrb, Solicitors, Etc.
M'inkv to Loan
BoncrroRB for Molsons Hank
First Street. Hevulsloke, H.C
•pOBERT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Sutveylng
Engineering
McKenzie Avbnob,
Box lm, Revelstoke,
Z\k i1Dail*1bevalb
"Iwould . . . earacstlya vleothorn foe
their k'w J ta order thlspftpor to bo punctually
aervea up. unit [u !.n !ooke,l upon us u partol
die *.<.' ]ulpage."-Addison.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. II, 1906
REVELSTOKE AND HER NEEDS.
Revelstoke is no longer a sinull
provincial town, self centred and
unheeded by ber larger and more prosperous sisters, hut she has risen inch
by inch and gained in prosperity slowly bu: surely without any signa ol
faltering and nm.-stands out in bold
reliel us one of the most promising
and wealthiest cities of the province.
Revelstoke his never hud any boom,
but has forged ulieiii! nuietly without
any blare of trumpets and extensive
self advertising, and has now attained
a very prominent position in the province as the capital of the interior,
tlie centre ol mining, lumbering und
commercial industries and tbe leading
and must influential city of the district.
North, south, eaat and west lie properties ol infinite wealth, both in rich
forests and valuable mineral depoaita,
and these very assets draw trom near
and far the tide of humanity. Capital
is attracted here, men skilled in tl.e
use of the axe, drill and dollar hasten
towards our extensive domains, to
develop the vast resources that lie
within grasp. No better situated than
Revelstoke ie any city of the interior,
and we can safely eay that our future
proapecta are glowing with the rays
of prosperity. Although we are proud
of our city, and justly so, yet there
are things which are most needful to
us aud which the oity can justly demand. Our public buildings are far
from numerous and the business transacted in our midst will easily warrant
the erection of more The post olliee
should be one, if not the finest building in the city and the work now carried on haa attained such dimensions
thtt a new and suitable building ii
necessary and the size and importance
of tbe ciy demand it. Again, when
it is considered to what expense the
city ia subjected in connexion with
those who have been convicted and
sentenced to terms of imprisonment,
it will immediately be seen how neces
sary it is for us to have a gaol ol our
own, where prisoners can lie placed
without great expense and the labor
of aucb prisoners utilized for the city a
benefit. At present our priaonerB, nl
though they are few, are aent away to
other institutions and payment is
made by us to keep them. Why
should i.'.i we have that benelit? A
gaol - f mitiible size would cost somewhat under 1^,000 and would pay
itself over ind over again. The government has aeen tit to put up gaols
in towns smaller and ol leal importance than Kevelstoke and haE entirely
overlooked our own city whose pro-
gresi. demand.) attention,
These are tbe things that require
looking int". Mr. Oalllher baa promised that the matter of the post office
shall be carried through. Une other
most imp-runt work that the provincial fovernrnent has undertaken
and should finish, is the construction
of the Canoe river trail. At present the
trail haa been cut at* far ti six milel
norlh of Bin Uouth Creek and there
the work ceased and the trail has
suffered coii'idi-rahly lor the want ol
repairs. The opening up of this trail
will mean a gnat ileal to Beveiltoke,
tapping aa it were the liig Bend country and the must iinporta.it points in
it. The Big Bend is without doubt a
rich district and its development will
mean much for the province, and iluce
so much capital und labor ba- been
put into that part ol (lie country by
private corporat.oniit is only natui il
that lhe C'l-op'-ratiun of tlie government is asked to complete the trail
and put what has been done in an
efficient date ol repair. As regar.lt
the Columbia rivei bridge the tii
has arrived when a more suitable eon«
Btructiou is necessary. The settlement across the river is rapidly
increasing, the Kevelstoke -Saw mill
Cc Iisve practically formed the nucleus oi a thriving suburb and if it wen-
possible, row t<> hive * better meant
of access to nnd (ro lor wheel trulli-,
that portion ol the city would ietp
ahead. It would therefore be advisable for us to put in the city's needs
now, oelore the plain made nut by the
C, P R, lor the construction of a new
provincial golf rnuicill ami tue v..i....
were to work hand in hand and build
.. bridge to curry train, vehicular
iriillic und pedestrians ou the one
structure. This is a moat feaaible
proposition nnd one which could easily
he carried out by tlie government und
the Tailway company with mutual
advantage. Every citiien takes pride
iu his home and ne in Revelstoko
aspire to great things but nut su great
that they are not well within reach,
if only the enthusiasm were turned
into the proper channel to take fruit!
ENGLISH DOMESTICS
English girls who are experienced
domestic servants, to the number ol
Bevernl thousand, may be brought to
Canadu in the near future if the plans
of n number of charitable workers who
have the project in hand can be carried out successfully.
Mrs. Arnold Foreter ol London,
England, who is interested with Lady
Somerset in the plans which that well
known philanthropic worker has for
improving tl.e condition of English
girla who are employed as domestic
servants, hits just completed a tour of
the Dominion with a view to aacer-
taining abuut how ...nny English
domestic servants enn be given employment without seriously affecting
the labor market here. The results ol
her Investigations lead hor to believe
that tliiui.-tiiude could easily be employed, and that a particularly Inrgu
nun.her ol sii tuitions could be found
(or girla with some domestic experience
in Vancouver and Victoria.
Mrs. ForBter, who is a sister-in-law
nf Mr, Arnold Furstcr, the well known
English M,P,, is quite enthusiastic
over the scheme, nnd says that there
are hundreds ol experienced domestic
servants in England who would he
glad to secure employment here at
the wages now paid to Chinese servants. Mrs. Foster lelt Vancouver on
Tuesday last on her wny to England,
where she will take up the question of
arranging for the transportation of
the inin-y English girla, whu it is
thought will hc glad tu come to
Canada.
PRODUCTION OF GOLD   .
tl. O, Buchanan expresses the opinion thut, the present high prioes ol
metals are likely tu be permanent, or
at least to be maintained lor a lung
period to come.
lie suys: "With the increasing output of guld, nccessurv for the growing
volume ol the world's business, nnd
made possible by the improved methods ol milling, dredging nnd treatment perfccled in recent yeare, I believe that high pricea will be maintained not only tor the other metals,
but lor all commodities."
In connection with the increasing
gold production of Canada Mr.
Buchanan states that thc Guggenheim
company haa had 2,000 men employed
all summer in the Yukon preparing
for mining operations on a very large
scale. In the Cariboo district the
same corporation has resolved upon
the expenditure ut $8,000,000 for development of mines.
At Mr. Buchanan's suggestion the
compilation and periodical publication
ut general information about the milling industry in Canada is now under
the consideration of the Dominion department of mines, which ia presided
over by Hon. IV. Templeman.
GRANBY MINING DEALS.
Grand Forks, Nov. 13.—Desla have
been closed up Ior the purchase ol
eight mineral claims adjoining the
present Granby group, and $50,000
has been spent, approximately, in the
last few weeks in their purchase. The
claims bought are the Gem fraction.
Aetna fraction, Monarch, Toboggan,
Midway, Curlew and King of the Hills,
Some of these, as the names indicate,
are small tractions and all lie on the
east aide of the oamp in whioh direction extensive developments are going
on. Mr. Graves states that the Granby Co. have taken a bond on the Independence group ol ten copper claims
in the Similkameen, which are located
on the divide, on tl.e other aide "I
Princeton and directly un the surveyed route of tht Great Northern's
V. V. & E. railway, the amount bonded being $100,000.
REAL APPENDICITIS
New York, Nov. Li.—The case of
Edward Green, of Monroe, a young
mnn recently admitted to the state
ho pits I here, bat developed into one
of the most remarkable known to surgery. A swelling was noticed in his
right tide and an operation revealed
tin- pretence ol an iron bolt in ius
appendix. The bolt was nearly live
inches in length. It Is doubtful if
Green will recover as the presence
iron in tin- appon.lix had caused ■■■ ri
ous inflammation, #hioh spread to
other parts of the body, How the
Iml!   got   int i Green's    body    Is  a
mystery.
C. P, R. SECURES POWER.
H'lSNii-Ki., Nov. 12—Arrangements
have li"-ii practically completed whereby theO. P. I' will take 1,000 horse
putier irom the k'liloibika Kails
Power Co,, tor their works at Kort,
William. Last spring the 0, I'. R
completed the Installation of a steam
tin bun- generator of iiuo kilowatts for
tin-operation ol their various plants
This was in addition to the existing
plant and was rendered necessary hy
the rapid increase ol their work at the
like city. When the connection ia
made with the Kakahekn hills plant
their stenni outfit will ho used ns n
reserve. Tho thousand horso power
contracted for will he used to run the
machinery for their shops, supply the
current for lighting ond run the
machinery Ior their elevators, nil of
which are now equipped with motorB,
Back on His Tracks Toward Hazelton,
Thai Simon, the Indian murderer,
whom the police tire seeking in Northern Britisli Columhin, has doubled
buck on his trucks, and fnr the time
lias given tlie police the slip, ia the
newt brought to Viiucouvor by passengers un the Ciimosuii, s.ys the
Province.
Just now Police Officers Muuro tnd
Wilkie ot Vancouver are chasing Siiiion
und his wiie away up a. Bear Luke
three or lour hundred niilea north of
llnzelton. They took this route in tbe
belief that Simon and his puny had
gone there, hut 'titer news leni'hod
Hazelton last week, which shows that
probably the VauoOUVer policemen
nre ou the wrong ecent.
Simon ia said tu have been in tho
village of KitsagiiB two weeka ago.
This ia one ot tht big towns ot tho
Indiana, only sixty miles from Hazel
ton, Tl.e murderer walked iulu that
village fur fund ami medicine, Ho said
thnt hia wife wns in camp and that
sin* wna very sick, Indian Irien-ls
willingly supplied him with food and
tha medicine he required, and lie left
again.
Gradually the "other" side ol tl.e
murder story is coming out, uMoi'ding
to the latest Information ohtuinnhle at
Huzclton. Tho two men who werc
killed hnd been molesting the wife uf
Simon, lhc woman who ia now sick.
It wns.. notorious fact that one uf the
men had carried her away by force
from the cabin of her husband during
the nhstnee of tl.e latter,
Next ilny, Simon went to une of the
men whom he Inter killed. "You
leave my wile alone." said he angrily.
"I could shoot you in cold blood, Imi
I won't," hc added. The Indian was
sober at the time, hut when he became
drunk he remembered only his threat
to kill, and hc carried it out with a
vengeance,
ELECTRICITY V. STEAM
Tests Show the Great Advantages of Electric Traction.
One day last montli the initial step
wns taken in what will prove the greut-
est revolution ill transportation since
the stnge coach wub superseded by the
steam locomotive, says tl.e Machinists
Journal. A successful trial trip waa
made with one of tho new electric
locomotive engines drawing a train of
eight Pullman cars over a short aection
of the New York Central Railroad. It
was the lirst time that an electric
motor lind been used on a standard
londbi-il, and all classes of railroad men
were deeply interested in the reault;
tho general public wus also interested,
although in a losaer degree. In every
wny it wns n successful demonstration
of the use ul electrical energy, iu the
smoothness of operation, the perfect
control, and the immediate acceleration of speed without a jar or a jolt.
As before stated tl.e train consisted of
eight Pullman cars, and they were
the heaviest in the service of the road,
their aggregate weight being five
hundred and fifty Ions. Mr. W.J.
Wilgtis, vice president ol tl.e company,
threw uver the lever which eet the
train in motion and which ia destined
to uguin revolutionize transportation.
The trip was mado from Highbridge
to Forty-second street, New York City,
a distance of seven niilea, and waa covered in eighteen minutes. No attempt
to maintain high speed was made, al-
tlx ugh the ehctrical locomotive ia
capable ol developing eighty-two miles
nn hour, with ns little diction nnd no
further jarring than when it was running forty miles an hour.
Electrical engine Nn 11406, which ia
one of the thirty-live one hundred ton
locomotives of two thousand two hundred hurao p wer to be used in the initial electric zone when the system
goes into operation early this month,
was selected for the experimental run.
I Each of these thirty-live electrio
I moguls haa 1-een tested up to eighty-
j nine miles an hour, am! ti e movement
i has been BO steady and even that a
brimming glass ot wate. could be
carried in the cab without i.miing a
j drop. So perfect ;, -he control that a
train running a mile t minute can be
stopped in a little more than ita uwn
i length, and get under loll speed in the
I eame (pace, It can attain the maximum speed in leas than one-third the
rime of the steam locomotive. There
is no gearing as in the ordinary electric car. The power is tranamitted
directly from tbe motor to the axle
TESTING AIR BRAKES
C. P- R, Issues Strict Injunctions to Engineers.
As a remit of tbe wreck at Azllda
near Sudbury where the mr brakes
refuted to . rk it tbecroclal moment
and passengert were killed, the Canadian Pacilic Iini!way has issued a circular to iti engineers who nre told
that iln- failure of uir brakes to operate will not be accepted as a rea- n for
in iccidenl When the in-aki-" conn
from  the  Westinghouse works, rules
 is alto,   i Hi-1- 'imt the air brake*
musl be tested before n stopping place
is reached,
THE MONEY SAVINC
W0RK-SAVINC SOAP
That's Royal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver—Iairgett
Soap Kiiclory wett of Winnipeg. House chuming nnd
washing are easy with ita help,
And the money saving ia the
Premium System
Booklet, tells what we gin- for
Kuvnl Crown Wrappers Send
lor It—Freo—Also try the
Soap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C
U. M   Vu*i.v.\>r>w...i*.
Koot$nfey
n$e
£rat$s nr® mad©
extra heavy«wistren||
Koofcfsay
IR
London* Tor crcta* Montreal
Winnipeg »V*ancouvtr-SLtohnjia
BOURNE BROS., Sole Agents.
in miuui nr nirjjt- i.uis, inmi luu
]br. to n Curloiid,    Fur price
Tlie Oeaer al AccMeit tasurdnce Conipiiy of Gmiili
SECURE A
POLICY IN
The GENERAL
ACCIDENT
AND
DO  IT
NOW
Hits appointed ine agent for Revelstoke unit
dislricl. Tliis coiiiim.iy Is associated with
the General Accident, Fire uml Life Association, of Perth, Scotland, whose assets
amount to over ,$5,(1(10,1;;;!), thus being fln-
nnchil the stionges Accident k Indemnity
company doin^ business in Cuiiudu. The
General Accident Assurance Oo. nlso offers
the most liberal accident und sickness policies. Tl.e sickness nollcy covers over 'ill
diseases nt a cost of $L per year for each $5
of weekly Indemnity guaranteed for loss of
lime on account of sickness. The Company
offers u policy covering any disease or sickness, with indemnity up to $25 per week,
I iluill tic Kind to Iui-iiIhIi vim witii tliu fill!...! I.formation re-
l-anllng llie puiinei olrort-,1 nun prutiit-liuti allonli'il l>y ttti. a'l-
liiinible Company, ol whicli Mr, i In,. Ooi-ImIiiiii nml Mr. li. 11.
Wilkie, Director ami I'r.-.iiili'iil ol tlm Impm-liil Hunk of Canada,
ar. rtipm-tiTely l're.ltlelil nnd Vice-President.
u.
AGENT
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Aot cl Parliament, 1133.
HEAD OFFICE, - ■ -.MONTREAL.
Wm. Molson Macpheuson, Pres. S. H. Ewino, Viee-Pree.
IJamks Elliot, General Manager. |
Capital paid up, $3,000,1100
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything iu ivuy of)banking business transuded without unnecessary delay.
Interest credited twice a year at current rates on Savings Bunk
deposits.
W. H. PRATT, Malinger,
Revel-woke, B. C.
For ihe best situated RESIDENTIAL and VILLA Lois
in the City or on its borders, and for choice FRUIT
LANDS, Call and see G. M. SPROAT Soon.
Farwell Estate Office   -  Cowan Block,
HOTEL VICTORIA
Under   New   Management)
ROBT    LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   C.
First-clas accommodation for travellers.
Best brands of Wines, Spirits, and
Cigars.
RATES   $1   AND   $150   PER   DAY
FREE   BUS   MEETS   ALL   TRAINS
Central Hotel
^3»^ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABR-UIAIVI30N   BHOS,   PR0PRET0R9.
Newly built.     First-class in every respict.    All modern convenience?
Large Sample Rooms.
Ratea $160 per Day. Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
Queens fiotel
COMAPLIX
:,     irands.ot Wines, LiquorsandCigara,   Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG,
Proprietoi
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with thc choicest tht:
market afford3, Unst Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,   Rates $ I a. day.   Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT    STONE    PROP.
L. L GRIFFITHS,
Malakwa
WAH CHUNG
Fresh Hay     New Potatoes
All Kinds of Vegetables
Front Street, Revelstoke
TELEPHONE 26.
Evans & Woodrow
MEAT MARKET.
Dealers in Beef) Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and Game In
Benson, Orders promptly attended tu,
FirstSt. Revelstoke
in. iniin .iiiuiiiity in
•tit-It tiiniitli at S
p.m. VisttiiiL-liroth-
i'i*.. uori.lnlly wo!
000.0
I!. jV, I'ltUdUNIEK, SKOBSTAItV.
SILKIPI1 LODG*., NO U, I, 0. 0.1".
Meets ovi-rv Tli'il-sdn <•
ovuniliK!iiOdill'*ullowM
Hall nt a o'clock
Vlsltln ■ bi   lirun oor
^^^^^^^ dlally -nl . to at
tend
K.J.TAUIIAHT.N.G. J. Mi.Willi!, Bl\>
Cold Range Lodge, K, at P.,
No. te, Revelstoke, B. C.
MKKT8 EVERY WEDNESDAY,
I'loojit Third Wednesday nl
eudi montli, In tlm Od.lft-llo.vK'
Hall at s o'clock. Vlaltlng
KulglitH ure cordially inrlted.
A. ). HOWE, (!,(J.
Q. H. BROCK, K. ol R. * S.
H, A. BROWN. M. nl t
inviu
SEE
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tun services
"Flower Potn
l'lllll'H
1.'iiim-t-lln Htumiii
HnskdH
Lunch Biuikot-s
Cano Olialri
SmokliiK Jackets
1 Silk GoodB.
Hiuiilkrrrtiii'fri
GOLD FISH
Klnopt Blook ol candies anil IrulU ln Wwn.
Front Street, Revelstoke
HOUSES, ROOMS
AND LOTS WANTED
I have clients who wish to
obtain houses, rooms and lots
lor building purposes, aud shall
lie glad il parties having such
will advise me of same.
E. A. HAGGEN,
Heal Estate and Inturtnc: Agint.
Rtvolstoke, D. 0.
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Deer Hand., Anliiiiila, Birds, Fl.li, Etc.,
MOUNTED.
Allium! Ullj-l Minuted,
P.O.Box!..
.Studio:   OPPOSITE 1*. O.
Itiiiils.iikii, B.C.
Mrs. H. J. Ha.ibury, Managress.
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes.
I.nrae Ditiinuroam Ior
Uiiiii.nets, Suppers, elc.
Furnished Rooms To Let
FIHST STBEBT, BEVELSTOKE
Halcyon Hot Springs
^Sanitarium.
Under the new management of
Hakhy MuIntobh,  Hoffman, Houae
Rossland.
rnllE MEDICAL WATERS of Hal-
J. cyun are the must curative In the
world. A perlect, natu.al remedy fur
nil Neivuiis nnd Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates ot. all boats and trains, Two
mails airive and depuit every day.
Telegra h communication with all
marts of the world.
Terms- $12 to $18 per week.  For
further particulars apply Io
HARRY McINTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrotv Lake. 3, C
IF YOU WANT
good potatoes, oniont, carrots,
sauerkraut, home made pickles,
jam, etc., chicken or eggs, or
// there is anything wrong
About Tour House
that wants fixing, Irom opening your safe to cleaning your
chimneys
ZM? ED. PICARD.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
CEMENT BLOCKS
M uiiii f net ii rixl for all clnsuc.liif bulldlngi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All kinds.of liiiililiiiK and plastering
uodortakoii.
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
$2,800.00
Buys one of the most roomy,
comfortable and convenient residences in the city, with two lots,
corner site, in first-class location.
Terms may be arranged. Particulars on application to
E, A. HAGGEN,
Real Estate & Insurance Agent,
Revelstoke.
I OUT Ou .MrKi-ir/.ii' avenue, be-
i livi'i'i. the Imperial Hunk nnd
Kiflh Hlii'i't, un Ami'tliyit Bl'OO.-h set
with fancy pearls, Finder will here-
winded by returning to this Office,
Pleasei svtry smoker  the " Marca
HuHts."
REVELSTOKE AERIE No. 432.
F. O. E.
The remiliir nioetlns. lire held In .ho Selkirk
Hull on tne 'iml. nml lth Ttieitluy. nl the month
nt S ii   m.  Visiting brethren ore cordially
E. U. miHHIIKIE, l'UK.IUllNl-
H. COOK. Hm-iiBTAiu.
The Revelstoke Hospital Society
A special general inciting uf the
Revelstoke Hospital Society will be
held at tbe City Hall, Revelstoke, on
tho 21st day ol November, 11(06, nt 8
p.m., Ior tlm purpose ol electing directors and receiving und considering
thc financial sin tempi,t for thu year
ending 'Mo. July, lliuil. and (or the
transaction ol such utbiir bminesi as
ia usually transacted at thc annual
genernl meeting,
A. V.. PHIPPS,
Sec.-Treaa,
Dated Oct. 17th, 1(106.
Henry's Nurseries
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Extra lurgA impurtRtioii of
Dill D6   Imirrivfl from Holland, Frnuco
DULDO  R„d Jiipan la Soptsmbtr
For Fall Planting
Thousands nf Fruit aud OrunintyitHl
Trims, Hliiidodi-iidriu-s, Hosiw and hardy
plants now ifrowiui* ou our owu grouudi for
futtiro pliuitini*.
No expanse, loss ordolnjr of fumiifutlon,
inn [ine tion nor custoiiiK duties to pny. Head*
ijiiitrtors for Pnclflc Const grow* nud 1m-
portud Unrdou, Flold uud Flower Soeds.
Visitors aro always welcoiut to inspect
our -stock,
Greenhouse Plants,
Cut Flowers uud Floral Designs, Fcrtilliurg
Hou Hires and Bupplleu, Upruy Pumpu and
ning mntorinl.
o agents—tliorofore 71m hare no commission to pny.   Our catalogue tilfi tou
alwut It.    Lot me price your Hit before
placing vour ordor,
We ao biuiuo.'i. on our own grounds—no
rent to pay, and nro prepared to meot all
competition. Eastern prices or tern. Whito
labor,  Catalogues Froo.
M. J. HENRY
Greenhouse*: - Willi  Westminster   Rond.
Hriincli Nursurieui-South Vancouver.
APPLES FOR SALE
Good, aound, No. 3 Apples at
86c. per box, f. o. b. Vernon.
J. L. WEBSTER, VERNON, B. C.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Gash Prices Paid
F.  B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
E. W. B. Paget
Fo.   .rdlng and Distributing Agtn'.
Exp   it and Baggage Delivery.
Moving of Pianos, taftt and Furniture.
Ceneral Draylng,
Office: McKenzie Ave. j^rx.
Offloe Phone No. 71    HouM Plume Me. 7.
NOTICE.
Notice Ib horoby given thnt- SO days aftor date
I Intend toapply to tho Chiof Commlrisionor of
Lnmls and Worka for aispecial llceiiu*- to cut
and carry away Umber from the following
described lands ln the Big Bond d' Crlctof
West Kootenay:
1, Commencing at a post planted on tlio south
ililu of ---eystone trail at Half-way Crenk and
ninrki.il "J. II. White'sBouth-west corner post,'
aud running nortli80chains,tlience enst 80chains,'
tbenee south 80 ehains, tbenee west 80 chains to
place of commencement.
2. IVmniencImj at a post planted on the south;
side of Ki-yMwie trull, J mile cant of Half-way
Creek aud marked "J. II. White's north-west corner post." and running south 1-30 chains, thence
vast 40 chains, thence north ISO chains, thence
west 40 ohains to place of commencement,
I, Commeuelng at a post planted on the south
side of Keystone trail, 1 mile enst of Half-way
Creek and marked "J. H. White's north-west cor*
ner post," and running south 100 chains, thenco
east 40 chains, theuce north 160 chains, thence
west 40 chains to plnce of commencement.
Dated October 1st, 1900.
oct 14 J. H. WHITK.
NOTICE.
NOTICE in heroby given that 60 days aftor
date I Intend to apply to tho Honourable
tho Chief Comnilsnionor of hjuidnnnd Works
for permlHsfon to purchase tho following described lun tin In tho Weat Kootonay district,
liiili'iin liny, east sldo of Upper Arrow I>ike:
Commencingat a post planted at P, Maher's
south-east comer nnd murked "Hruco A. l.tw-
son'H north-east corner post," thonco south 40
chains, thence west 4ft chalnx. thence north '20
ehains, theuce east 20 chains, thonce uorth 20
chnlns, thunce oast 2ft chnlns to place of commencement and containing ISO acres moro or
loss,
Dated O lena Hav, this lllth day uf Sept, 1900'
— " BKUCE A. LAWSON.
sop IS
NOTICE.
S OTICK IS HKIUCBY QIVKN that thirty
dnys after dnlo 1 Intend to npply to tho
cM'niniiiisMom-r of Lnmls nnd Works for n
special llcunso to cut and cam* away timber
from tho following described lunils In West
Kootonay district:
CommcncliiK ntn post marked "II. H, Hunks'
north-west corner," and planted ut the south-
went corner of Timbor Limit No. IIH'i, at Galena Bay, running south 40 chains or te post
No. 7043, thonco west 20 chains or to post No,
704*1, llienee -south 40 chains, thenco east HO
chains, thence north 80 ohains, thouoe weit 60
chains to place of commencement.
Dnted this lllth October, 1900.
oct 24 __E H. BANKS.
NOTICE.
Not lee Is hereby ulven that 30 days after date I
Intend to apply to the Hon. the Chief Commission
er of I.tintls ami Works fnr a special license to cut
and carry away timber from the following de*
st-riU-il lands in West Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post marked "J, Porter's
tmrth-e ist corner post,'at the soulh-east corner
of Thomas Pearson's preemption, thence soutli Sl1
i-linin-, Ihence west 80 chains, thence north K0
chains, thence east 80 chains to point of commencement.
Located Kept. 17th, 1006.
nof I J* POBTKR.
t
r mm vurrj unii]   kiiiiuur iuiiii ni'* liniuniiig U*»
scribed lands slliiiit* d In tin- Hig Hnnd dislricl
of Wist Kootontiy:
1. Coinmi'iK'iiig nt a post marked "Cut
Luud's Bomb-t'H*-*. corner posl," plant nd about 1
miln up lluldich or One Mile Creek, aud about
1 mile from llio west Hank of Columbia lliver,
thenoo uorlh 80clmins, west 80 clmlis, south 80
chains, east do chnius to pointof commence-
menl,
2. Commeiiuing at a post marked "Gus
Lund's soul -h-wem corner post," planted about 1
mile up Holdiuh or One Mile Creek, and about
1 mile from lhu west bank of Columbia (tiff.-,
thenco norm 80 chains, enst 00 chains, south 80
chains, wcM 80 chains to point of commencement.
3. Commencing nt a po*t marked "Gus
Lund's souih east corner post," plaited about 2
miles up lluldich or One Mile Creek, vast bank,
and about.' milts from Columbia I Uver, theuce
nurth kn ch dn.-, west 80 chains, south So ohains,
east 80 elm ius to pointof commencement.
4. Coinii.ciiclug at a pust marked "Gus
Lund's south lAefiteortier post.'' planted abuul I
miles up 11..liii. li or Uuu Mile Creek, es.t Imnk,
and abuul 2 miles from Columbia river, theuce
uorth 80 ch dim, eait80 chuius, south 80 chaius,
west80chains lo point of commouocniuut,
iioniint iiei. ilist, l-M
noVS GUS LUND,
NOTICE
VTOTICE Is hereby glvon that 30 dnys
ll after date 1 iuieml in apply to tho Honorable the Chief Cum missioner of Lauds aud
Works for a spoelltl licenso to cut and curry
nway lim.mr frum tho following doscribod
lands lu Wu.-t KuutHitay District:
Commencing ul a poet plnnted on the north
sldoof Dowino Creek, about ono-fmirth of n
milesouth.il if,.* I'nwni-i i reek Trail, nenr thu
2^-Milo poM, inul o urkud "G- B. Nagle's aouth-
eust cu ihui nun," thuueo north 40 chnius,
thencu we-i liW tut tins, theuco south 40 chnius,
tlienco e.ist Iii) chain! to tbe point uf com-
meocu ii.'.ii.
Dated Una lllli day of Sopt ember, 111 ..
novl U. H. RAGLE.
NOTICE.
Nnl itv is lierehy given that ut) days from date I
Intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief Cum-
missioner of Lands and Works for permission tu
purchase the following described laiuls lu the
West Kootenay District:
Commeuelng at a post marked "L F. Me*
Dougald's south'west corner," | tinted ou the
easl Bide ol Upper Arrow Lake. C miles norlh of
Nakusp, B.C., thenco north iboualus, theuco
ca|t 40 chains, tbenee noiCilN chains, ibeuce
east 40 chaius theuce sou iu 00 chains, more or
less, to Arrow Lake, thence westward SO cbnins
more or less, along tbe Arrow Lake to point ol
commence men t. containing 2u0 acres more or
less.
Dated this lotb day ol October, 1906,
oct 14 L. F. McDOUOALD
NOTICE.
Notice Is heroby given that 30days after date
1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
lunils uml Works for a special licence to cut
and curry away timber from tho following described lnnds sitnnted In the Big Hend dislricl
of West Kootenay:—
Commencing at a post mnrked "James Anderson's north-west coruer pust," placed alongside H. Donnelly's north-east corner post on
the west side or Frisby Creek, running south
100 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence north
t-0 chains, thence west 40 chains, thouce north
40 chains, thence west 40 chains to place of
commencement.
Dated Sept. 25th, 1W6.
oct27 JAMES ANDERSON.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days after date
wo Inteud toapply tothe Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of Lnnds and Works fora special
license to cut and carry away limber from the
following described lands:
1, Commencing at a post marked "G. B
Campbell and C. H. Kirk's north-west coruer
post, planted on the east bank of the north fork
of Fife Croek, 5)i miles above the forks; thence
east 40 chains, thence 160 chains south, thence
lOchains west, theuce lflOchalns uorth to point
of commencement.
2. Commencing at a post marked "Ll, B.
Campbell aud C. H. Kirk's north east corner
past.'planted on tlio east bank of tbo north
fork of Fife Creek, fy% miles above the forks
thence 40 chains west, Uience ltio chaius south,
tlienco 40 chaius cast, theuce ItiO chaius north
to point of commencement-.
3, Commencing ut a post marked "G. IL
Campbell aud C. li. Kirk's uortb-eust corner
post, planled on ihe east bunk of ihe north
fork of Mfe Crock, Alt miles above the forks;
tbenee 40 chains west, thenco ItiO chains north,
thence 40 chains esst, theuce 100 chains south
to point of commencement.
4. Commencing at a post marked "G, B.
Campbell and O, B. Kirk's south-west oorner
post,' planted ou the enst bank of tho north
fork of Fife Creek, il, miles above the forks;
thenoe 80 chains east, thence 8U chains north,
llionce so chains went, thence 80 chains sou.h
to poini of commeHcemciit.
i. Commencing at a poet marked ' §. 8.
Campbell a. d C, U. Kirks north-west corner
post, planu-d on the west bunk of the north
fork of Fife Creek, * miles above the forks;
tneuoe i) chains cast, IIiliicc 80chains south,
ihence 80 chaius west, thencu M) chains nortb
to point of commencement,
6. Coiniminciiig ut a post marked "U. H.
Campbell aud (J. H. Kirk's south-cast corner post," planted on ibe west side of the
north fork of Fife Creek, 8 miles above the
forks; theuce 80 chain-, west, ibeuce 10 chain**
north, tbenee 8U chains east, thence 80 ehnins
south to point of cumui-succuicut.
7. Commeueiug at e post marked "G. B-
Campbell and C. H. Kirk's south west eorner
post, planted ou the west side of lhe uorth fork
of Fife Creek, S miles above the forks; theuse
80 chains eust, tlience iio chains north, thence
40 chains west, ihencu 80 chains south, Uience
40 chains wesl, thence 40 chains south to point
of commencement,
8. Commencing nt a post marked "O. H.
Campbell nnd C. IS. Kirk's south-east comer
post,' planted on the west sideof tho north
fork of Fife Creok, 10 miies above llio fork**;
thence 80 chains weet, thence 80 chains north,
thenco 80 chains eust, ihence eo chaius south to
point of commencement.
9. Commencing at a post mnrked "G. B,
Campbell and CT B. Kirk's north oast cornor
post, planled on the west sldo of the north
tork of Fife Creek, 10 miles above lhe forks,
thence 80 chains west, thenco 80 chains soutl.
thouce SO chains east, thence 80 chains north to
point of commencement.
October 2 Jth, if 06.
G. B. CAMPBHLL,
nor 3 C. B. KIKK.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Silver Bell and Laurel Mineral Claims, situate
Id the Illecillewaet Mining Division of Kootenay District.
Whoro locatod--Three-quarters of a mile east
of Illecillewaet.
Take notice that I, J. A. Kirk, acting as agent
for John Newell, Free Miner's Certificate No.
B, 88504; O. Robert Dahl, Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 88596; aud George W. Jeffs, Free
Miner's Certificate No. B. 88595. intend, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,
for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grantor
tho above claim.
Aud further take notice that notion, under
section 37, must be commenced   before the
Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Datod this 90th day of September, A.D., 1906
oct 20 J. A. KIKK,
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
Adventurer, Iron Duke, Walilimu.ii, Outlook and
■sunshine mineral claims, situate In the Arrow
Lake Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Whore located:—On tho north side of Pingston
Creek, about 6 miles west of Arrow Lake.
Take notice that I, John Drummond Anderson,
P.L.H., uf Trail, B.C., agent for Thomas Abriel,
F.M-C  No. B95244; Uii-hunl Smith, F.M.C. No.
B96246, ami Elizabeth Scott. F.M.C Nu. B95268,
Inteud, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply
to the M in ing Recorder for Certificates of Improve-
ments, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants
of the above claims.
And furthur take notice that action, under see*
tion 87, must be commenced before the issuance of
such Certificates uf improvements.
Dated this Mill day of June, 1006.
sep 18 J. D. ANDKHHON.
Victoria, B, C, for purchase of following
described lands in Lillooet district!
Commencing at a posl planted nenr
south side of Otter Creek, smiley north of'
Adams Lake marked "\V. S. Burton's
youth-west corner," running' So chains
easl, 40 eliains norlli, So chains west, 40
clmins soulh, containing about 320acres.
Dated Nov. iath- 1906,
110V14 W. S. BURTON.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
from date I Intend 10 apply to the Chief
Commissioner ot Lands and Works al
Victoria, B.C., lor purchase of lollowlng
described lands in Lillooet district:
Commencing at a posl planted near
south side of Otter Creek, 3 miles north
ol Adams Lake, marked "A, McConneH's
uorth-wost corner," running 40 chains
south, 80 chains east, 40 chains north, 80
chains west containing, about 320 acre
Dated Nov. uth, 1906.
nov 14 A. McCONNELL.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given .hat 60 days
from dull.* I intenil 10 apply lo the Ohiel
Commissioner of Lands and Works ul
Victoria, B.C., for purchase of lolloivin^r
described laiuls in Lillooet district:
Commencing at a post planted aboul
two and I. ball' miles from head of Adams
Luke on west side of river, marked "J. A.
Kniix'n aouttl-WO.it corner," running 80
ebains eusl, 40 chains nor.h, 80 chains
wesl, 40 ebains soulh, containing about
..io ucreai
Dated Nov, t2lli, 1906.
nov 14 J. A. KNOX.
~!IciP~
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
from date I intend to apply lo the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works at
Victoria, H.C, I'or purchase of following
described lands iu Lillooet districl:
Commencing at a poat marked "T. Kil-
patrick's norlh-west, corner," situated
aboul 1 mile from west bunk ol Upper
Adams river and two and a half miles from
head ol Adams lake, running 40 chains
soulh, 80 chains easl, 40 chains north, 80
chains west, containing 320 acres more or
less.
Hated Nov. nth, 1906.
nov 14 T, KILPATRICK.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
from date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works at
Victoria, B.C., for purchase of following
described lands in Lillooet district:
Commencing at a post market! "J- P-
Shaw's north-west corner," planted on
wesl side of Upper Adams river, about 2
miles from head ol' Adams lake, running
80 chains south, 80 chains cast, 80 chaius
north, 80 chains west, containing about
640 acres,
Dated Nov. 12th, 1906.
nov 14 J. P. SHAW.
NOTICE.
Notice li hereby given that thirty days niter
date I Intend to apply to lhe Hon. Chief Coin-
missioner of Lands and Works fur a special
llceuse to rut snd curry awny limber from the
following described lands In the West Kooteuay district.
1. Commencing at a pnst plnuled about 2
miles south of P. It. 58 uud about I] miles west
of the Upper Arrow Lake, marked "0. Skinner's north-west corner," thence souih 80
chains.thence eottt 80 chains, thonco noith80
chuius, thence west 80 chains to place of com
mencomont.
2. Commencing at a post planted nliout i
miles south of P, |{, &j and li miles went of the
Upper Arrow Lake, market "t! skinner's
north-east corner posl," ihenco south 80 chains,
thenco wost 80 chains, thenoe north 80 chains,
theuce oast 80 chains to place of commencement.
3. Commencing at a post planted 1 mllo
south of No. I and marked "('. Skinner's northwest corner post," thenco south 80 chains,
thence cast 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
theuce west 80 chains lo place of commencement.
Dated October 17th, 1906.
C. SKINNER,
A.M. Symons, Agent.
i. Commencing at a post plauted 1] miles
north of T. L. 7631 and 1 mile west of Uppor
Arrow Lake,  marked "A, M. Symons' northeast corner post," theuce west 80 chains, thence
south Sti chains, thencu easi 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains lo place of commencement.
Dated October 20th, 1006.
oci H A. M. SYMONS.
LAND NOTICE.
VOTlCE is hereby given tknt, 60 days after
ll duto, I intend to apply to tho Cliief Commissioner of Lands uud Works for permission
to purchase thu following described lauds
situated iu West Kooteuuy district:
Commencing at a post plauted on the Lake
shure about 20 chains freiu the north-west corner
of Lot BUI soil murked "Jas. McQuarrie's southeast coruer post," theuce north w cliains, to the
north-west corner of Lot 2111, thencu west 2u
chains, theuce south to Lake shore, thence along
the lake shure to place of commencement, antl
cuntaining 40 acres mure or less.
Dated this 10th day of Huntcmber, 1906,
JAS. McljUAURIK.
sep IS J. K, Taylor, Agent.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given thnt 80 days after date
I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Laude and Works for a special license to cut
and carry timber from tbe following described
lands situated In West Kooteiay dirt rid:
8, Commencing at a post marked "Qus
Lund's south-west corner post," planted at the
north-west corner ef Timber Limit 6201, thence
north 40 chains, east 160 cti-Mni. south 40
chains, west 160 chains to point of commencement,
Daled Sept. 18th, 1906.
IM. Commencing at a post marked 'Gus
Lund's north-east corner post," at the northwest corner of Timber Limit 6206, thence south
80 chains, west -10 chains, south 40 chains, west
40 eliains, north 80 chains,east 40ehuins, north
40 chains, east 40 chains to point of commencement.
Dated Sept. 23rd, K16.
oct 31 OUSLl'ND.
NOTICE
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
Silver Bell Itinera) Clnlss, situate li the Kevelstoke Mining Division of West Kooteuay
District.
Where located:   Keystonr*. Mountain.
Take notice that 1, James I, Woodrow. F.M.C
No. HM64H. agent for Alex. W. Mcintosh. F.M.
0, RViH; (Ian. Johnson. F.M.C. BM174, snd
Elisabeth McMahon. F.M.C. No-1)88641, Intend,
sixty dnys from tho (Into hereof, lo apply to the
Mining Hocorder for n Certificate of Improvements, for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of tho abovo claim.
And further take notice thnt action, under
sncl ion 37, must be rommenred In-fur*-** the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dntod Ihlstnth dey or (Vtoher, AJ).. 1906.
Oot27 JAS, I. WOODROW,
Notice is hereby given that .todays after date I
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Unds and Works fora special license to rut and
carry away timber from tne following dcicrlhe.l
lands situated In the Big llend district of West
Kootenay;
Commencing at a post marked "C. V Lindmurk's south*«est corner post," planted about U
chains south from the north-east cornerof Lot
188'', thence north Oil chains, thence esst40 chains,
thence moth 40 chains, thence east 60 chains,
ihence south 100 ehalus, thence west IOO chains to
point of commencement.
Dated Uct.Mth, 1000.
nov 10 CHAS. F. LINDMARK,
uiul curry uwuy timlior from the following de*
scribed land, in Big Beod district nf West
Kootenay 1
Commencing at a post planted about H wile
frmn east bank nf Columbia river, nb**ut iW miles
below Rocky Point, marked "li, P. Liudmark's
nouth'west corner post," thence east 160 chains,
north 40 chains, wett loo chains, south 40 chaius
iu puint of commencement,
1 uinuienoiug at n post planted about 1 mile
fnnn suit bank of Columbia river, and uInuim1,
miles  below  Itocky  Point, marked "C. K. Liiul"
mark's north-west coruer poet," theuce east 100
halns, suutli iu chains, west lOo chains, imrtli |u
chain**- to point uf commencement,
Dated Nov. -8th, iwo.
t'umuisuciiig at a post plnuled nl-out 1 mile
limn stit bank oj Columbia river, uml about I'i
mile below Itocky Point, marked "C, F, Lino-1
uiark's south-west corner pust," theuce north 100
chains, east 4u cliains, suuth KM chains, wesl 40
sii.1 un to point uf coitimeueuiuuiit.
Commencing at a post planted about P,*
milsi from east buuk ol ( ulumbia river, ami about
j miii; buluw Kocky Point, marked "C* F- Liudmark's south-west eurner pust," tlience nurth 1U0
chains, east 40 chains: suuth 160 chains, west Ju
chains to point uf commencement,
Com luetic ins at a post planted about 2 miles
from eust bank of Culumbia river about 4 mile
below Itocky I'uint, marked "C- F. Liudmark's
south-wist corner post," theme north 160 chains,
east 10 chains, south 100 chains, west 40 clialns to
puint of commencement.
Coin mencing at a post planted about iVt
miles from east bank of Columbia river and about
1 mile lisluw Kooky Point, marked "C. F. Liiul-
mark's south-west corner post," thence north 160
chains, easl lu chains, south iou chains, west Id
chains to point uf commencement.
Commeuelng at a post planled about 3
miles from east bank of Columbia river and
about 1 mile below Kocky Point, marked "C.
1 Llndmnrk'nouth-west corner post," theuce
uorth 160 chains, east 40 chains, south iiit.i
chains, weit 40 chains to poinl ol comment--
ment,
Commeuelng at a post planted aboul 8M
miles from east bank of Columbia river, and
shout 11 miles below Kocky Point, marked "0.
F. Liudmark's south-west eorner post," thence
north 160 chains, east 40 chains, south Itin
chains, west 411 chains to pointof commoncement.
Dated Nov, 6th, 1906.
nov 10 CHAS. F, L1NDMAKK.
NOTICE
Notico Is hereby given that tt) days after dale
1 iiiu'iid tu apply tu the Hon. Chlof Commissioner uf Lauds and Wurks for special licenses
to cut and carry awny timher from the following described lands situated lu the Hig Hund
Dis.rlet of West Koolouiy:
1. Commencing nt a post marked "K. W.
Davis' sunUi-wesl corner post," planted 01C
mllo west frum the north-cast cornerof T.L.
(1707, Uience north 80 ehnins, east 80 chains,
south 80 chains, west 80 ohains to point of commencement,
Dated Nov. 2nd, 1906.
2. Commencing at a post marked "K, W.
Davis* suuth-easl eurner post,"planted atthe
south-west corner uf location No. 1, thenco
nurth 80 chains, west 80 ehnins, south 80 chains,
east 80 chains to point of commencement.
5. Commonclug at a post mnrked "F. W.
Davis' south-east comer post," planted at tho
north-west corner of T. L, 0797, thenco north 80
ch-ulns, we-t, su chains, south nj ohains, east 8*9
clmins to point Of commencement.
Dated Nov. 3rd, 1906,
4. Commencing at a post mnrkod "K. W,
Davis'north-east conier pust," planted nt tho
north-west cornet- uf T.L. 0797, llionce south 40
chains, west lliu chains, nurth lOchains, east 1(10
chains to point of cumniencement.
5. Commencing at a post mnrked "F. w;
Davis' south-west corner post," plnnted at tho
north*west comer of said location No. 3, thence
north 80 chains, east 80 chains, south 80 chains,
west HO chains to point of commencement.
Dated Nov. 4ih,190tJ.
F. W. DAVIS,
nov 10 Per Uus Lund, Agent.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given ihni HO days after date I
Intend (0 npply U> tlie Chief Commissioner of
Lauds ami Works fora special license to cut and
carry away timher from the following described
lnmls situated un Caribou Flat about three miles
east of I'pper Adams Kiver, Lillooet district, B.C
1. Commencing at a post marked "A. McConneH's north-enst comer Limit, No. 1," running HO
chaius west, 8<J chains smitli, 80 chains east, 80
cliains m-rlli to placo uf commencement.
2. Commeneing at n postmarked "A, McConneH's south-east corner, Limit No. 2," running 80
chains north, 80 chains west, 80 chains south, 80
chains east to place of commencement,
8. Commencing at a imst marked "A. .Mi-Con-
nell's north-east corner, Limit No. 3," running bu
ehnins west, 80 chains soutn, 80 chains east, 81)
eliains uorth to place of commeucemeut.
4. Commencing at a post marked "A. McConneH's south-west corner, Limit No. 4," running 80
chains east, 80 chains norlli, 80 cliains wesl, mj
chains south tu place of-jumiueucemeiit,
Dnted Nor. 0th, 1000.
novH A. McOONNKLL.
xWriCE.
NOT1C1C Is hereby given that 60 days after date
I Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands aud Works for permission to
purchase the following described lands In the
West Kouteiiav District, on the east side of Upper
Arrow Like, nlnnit 6 miles north of Nakusp:—
Commencing at a post planted near the Lake,
theuce north 40 chains, tlience west SO chains,
thunce noith 20 chaini, thence west SU ehuins,
tlience soutli tin chaius, more or less, to the Arruw
Lake, thenci- eust tin ehains along the lake to
puint of commencement, containing 100 acres
more or less.
Dated Ihis 17th day of Sept., 1906.
sep29 I, J. EDWAKDS, Locator.
LAND NOTICE
Notico is heroby given that 00 duys nftor duto
we inteud to apply to tho Hon. Chiof Commissioner of Lauds nnd Works for permission to
Surchnsethe following described lands in tlio
istrict of West Kooteuay:
Commeueiug at n )>ost plnnted 20 chains wost
from the north-enst coruor of Lot 4.949, and
mnrked "Big Bend Lumbor Company's southwest corner post," thence north GO chains;
thencu east 40 chaius; thence south 65 chains,
more or loss, to tbe luko shore; theuce west
alongshore to south-east cornerof Lot 4,949;
thnnco north T chains to north-enst cornerof
Lot 4,949: thence west 30 chains to point uf
commencement.
Dated October 2nd, 1906.
oct 6 Bio Bend Lumber Co,, Ltd,
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that60days afterdate
I intend to apply to the Honorable the Chlel
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following described lands
In West Kootenay District:
Be-zinning ai a post marked "Margaret Hammond's south-west corner." and planted on
the east shore of Upper Arrow Lake, about one
mile south of Cape Horn: theuco north 80
chaius, thence west 40 (chains, more or less, to
the shore ol Arrow Lake, thence following the
lake shore in a general southerly and easterly
direction so chains, more or less, to point of
commencement; containing 320 acres, more or
less.
Dated this 1st day of October, 1906.
oct 10        MAkGARKT HAMMOND,
By F. L, Hammond, Agent.
NOTICE.
Notice Ik hereby given that30 days after date
I intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lnnds and Works for a special license to cut
and carry away timbor from thr following described lands on Upper Arrow Lakes, McKenJ
zio Creok, Galena Hay district, West Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted at the north
cost cornerof Timber Limit No. GUS, marked
"H. H. Banks' north-west corner post,' running south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thenco north 80 chains, tbenee west 80 chains
to point of commencement.
Dated this 18th day of October, 1906.
oct 24 H. H. BANKS.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that 60 days after date I
Intend to npiily to the Honourable the Chief Com-
mlsflliiiier of Lands nml Work* for permission to
purchase the following iif-.-rii.nl lands In the district of Wesl Kootenay, Kevelstoke dlvisinn;-
C'luiuiouclng nt a pout plnnted on lhe west bunk
nf the Columbia Kiver oppositu 12-Milc Rapids
ami marked "K. C. McCarter's smith-cast corner
post," thonce west. 20 chains, thence north 20
chnlns, thenco ea«t 20 chains mora or less to the
wrst hank of the Columbia River- thence loath
fnltiiwinu the west Imnk of inn Columbia Rim SO
chains more or less in the pointol commencement.
Dated October 19th, 1906.
oct 24 K.C McCAKTKK
LAND NOTICE
NOTICK 18 I IK KK IIY GIVEN that sixty days
afterdate I Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to purchase the following described lands situate
in the West Kootenay district.
Commencing at a post planted at the north-east
cornor of Lot 2447 and marked "J. Paxton's northwest corner." thence east 4o chains, thence south
80 chains, thence west 40 chains, thence north 80
chains to place of commencement and containing
320 acres more or less.
Datod this 10th day of September, 1006.
J. PAXTON,
sep 15 Wm. Toye, Agent.
next acs-,ii>i], I'or an Act, Incorporating a
Company in build- equip- mainlaiii ami
operate ft line or linos of railway of standard or oilier gunge, with any kind of
motive power from a poini on Uppor Arrow
Lake, West Kooienay, near Arrowhead,,
Ihence following the Columbia River
northerly on cither side to u point at or
near the confluence of Cnnoe Kiver wilh
the Columbia River ami ihenco following
along Canoe Kiver on either side, lo a
point at or near Tele Jaune Cache, oil
Fraser River, with power io comrtnict,
operate and maintain branch lines io any
point within twenty miles from the main
line of railway) and with power 10 construct- operate and maintain all necessary
bridges, roads, ways and ferries; and lo
conslruet, acquire, own and maintain
wharves and docks in connection therewith) and lo construct, own, acquire,
equip and maintain steam and other vessels and boats and operate (lie same on
any navigable waters, aud to conslruet,
operate and maintain telegraph ami telephone lines alqng the routes of Ihe said
railway ami ils branches, or in connection
therewith, and to transmit messages lor
commercial purposes) to generate electricity and supply light, heat and power,
and erect, construct, build and maintain
the necessary buildings and works, and to
generate any kind of power for the purposes aforesaid,or in connection therewith)
lor reward; and to acquire and receive
Irom any Government, corporation or persons, grants of laud, money, bonuses,
privileges or other assistance in aid ol the
construction of the Company's undertaking; and to connect with and enter inlo
traffic or other arrangements with railway,
steamboat or oilier companies, and to
exercise such powers as are granted by
parts 4 ami 5 of tho " Water Clauses
Consolidation Acl"; and for all rights,
powers and privileges necessary in or
incidental to thc premises, and for other
purposes.
Dated al Revelstoke, H.C, thil31-stday
of Augusl, 1906,
HARVEY, McCARTER k PINKHAM
Solicitors for the Applicants.
Hon, Cliief Commissioner of J^anda
uml Works for 11 Bpec.I'll licence to cut
and carry away liniiir from the following doBoribcd  lauds situated  in
West- Knoteuay dislricl.:
J. Coinmeneing at a pust marked
"Uus Lund'H riouili-wcat oorner post,"
about j mile up north fork of Uold-
stream, tlienco north 40 chains, oast
IHU chains, south -10 chains, west IliO
clmins to puint of commencement.
ii. Commencing at 11 post marked
'Gns Lund's st titb-west conier pust,"
ibout} mile below tho mouth of the
nortli fork of Qoldstream, tlience
north -IU cliiiins, east 100 chains,
south 40 chains, west Ki-O clmins in
point of eommencment.
11, Commencing at a post, marked
"Gus Lund's soutb-west corner post,''
planted about. IJ miles below the nortli
fork of Ooldstreum, thence north 80
cliains, east80chains, south 80 chains,
west 80 ehuins to point of commoncement.
13, Commencing at a post marked
'Uus Lund's north-west cornor post,"
planted about 0 miles below the north
fork of UoldBtream, thence south 80
chains, east 80 chains, north 80
chains, west 80 ohains to the point of
commencement.
24, Commencing at a post marked
Gus Lund's south-east oorner post,"
planted about 2} miles up Cump
creek, thence west 1C0 chains, north
40 chains, east 160 chains, south 40
chains to the pointof coinmencement.
Dated June 12th, 11)00.
oct 17 Gub Lund,
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
alter dnte I inlenil to apply to the
Hon. Ohiel Commissioner ol Landa
and.Wurks tor a special license to cut
andcuii-y away timber Irom the following described lands sitnnted in
Weat Kootenay district, B. C.
Commencing at a post marked "A.
Payne's south-west coiner poat,"
planted on the north-enst. corner ot
Berth 7112, on tho Big Bend trail,
thence nortli 40 chains, east Kill
chaina, south 40 chains, west KiO
chains to pointol commeneonient.
Dated October 10th, 190S.
oct 14 A. PAYNE.
LAND NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that (10 days
after date I inlenil to Hpply lo tlie
Cliief Uoiiunissioiiei' of Lnnds and
Works for permission to purchase the
following described lands situated in
West. Kootenay districl:
Commencing at a posl planted on
the north side of Ouwnie Oreek, almut
one-foiii-th of a mile suuth of lhe
Downie ereek trail, near lhe 21 mile
post nnd mnrked "Ernest Mulieiiii's
south-west corner," Ihenee north 40
chains, thence ensl UU ebains, tbenee
soulh 40 ebains, tbenee west 00 ehnins
to pointof commencement; containing 210 acres mure or less,
Dated this llth day of Sept., 1900,
s.*|>20 HUNKS'!' AIcBEAN.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days after dato
we intend to apply tothe Hon, Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for n special license
to cut nnd carry away limber from the lollowlng described lands, hituale iu West Kooteuav
district:
1. Commencing at a post plauted ubout one
mile north from tlie north-west eorner or K, &
8. Hlock SOu and marked "Hig Hend Lumber
Company's south-east comer post." thence
north 80 chains, tlience west 80 chains, Ihence
soutli SO cliains, thence east 80 chains t" poinl
of commencement.
2. commencingat a post planted ubout one
mile north from the north-wesl cornerof K. A
s. Work n;i. .in. 1 marked "Hig Hentl Lumber
Company's north-east comer post," tnence
west 60 chains, theuce uouth 80 chains, tlience
eusl 80 chains, thenee north BO chains to point
oi commencement.
Dated Oct. 18th, 1900.
oct 20        1110 HKM) l.l.MHl*'K CO., LTD
Notice Is herebv given ihnt :;o days afler dale
we Intend to appiy lo the Hon Chief Commissioner of Lauds antl Works fur a special license
to cut aud carry away timber irom the follow*
lug described hinds, situate iu West Kooteuav
distriot!
1. Commeuelngat a post planled about two
miles west from Haunock Point on i pper Arrow Lake and maiked "11. H !,. Co'ssoulh-eusi
coruer post," thence north 80 chains, ihence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, ihence
east 80 chains to poiut ol commencement.
'l, Commencing at a post planted about
three miles west from llannock Point on Up
per Arrow Lake and marked "H. B. L. Co. i
south-east corner post." thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, Uience south 80
chains, theuce east 80 chains to point of com*
menoement.
Dated Oct, 18th, 1000.
oet 20       BIO BKND LUMBKH CO., LTD
NOTICE
Notico is hereby given thut 30 days after date
wc intend to apply tothe Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to cut and
carry away Umber from thc following dci-.eritied lands situato in Went Kootenny districl:
Commencing at a post planted SO chains north
of the mirth-east corner of Lot 76S7 and marked
"Lamb-Watson Lumber Co.'s north-west corner,"
thence so ehains south, tlience 80 chains east,
tlience 8<i chains north, theuce bO chains west to
point of commencement,
Located October 17th. 1000.
LAMBWATbON LUMBKH CO.
Arrowhead, H. C, Oct.SUth, 1900. oct 81
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 duys nfter dnte
I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner id
Lauds and Works for a special liceucetocut
and carry away timher from the following described lands situate in West Kootenav district:
Commencingat a post marked "L. H Frasor's
north-west corner" and plnuted about AH milo I
north of Cape Home on the east side of Upper
Arrow Lake, about one half mile from the
shore: thence east 40chains, thenoe south IG0
chains, theuce west 40 chains, thence north 100
chains to the point of commencemeat.
Dnted this 9tb day of October, PM
oot 20 L. H. riUSEK.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that (W days after date
I Intend lo apply to the Chief Commissioner of
I iini** nnd Works for permission to purchase
tlit following described lands in West Kootenay, on lhe ea«t shore of Upper A tow Lakr*.:
Commencing at a post adjoiningT, L 5108
un 'he south -west corner and marked "D,
Iiswai'i north-went corner post," thonce east
iu chains, thence soulh 80 chains, thenco west
8* chain" more or lin** to the shore of laid lake,
thence norlh ahmg the cost shore uf said lnko
80 cb.nn- to the, i>oTnt of comtnencomont.
Hand Oct. Ibth, 1906,
OOt ii I). DEW AH.
Notice Is hereby given that no days alter date
wl Intend toapply totheCbiefCommlsslonetof
Landsaud Works for a speciul license to cut
and carry away timbor from the following
de*-cribed lauds In West Kootenay district:
Commeueiug at a post plauted about oue
quarter nf a milo west of the forks of Posthall
Creek and marked "HU-Mend Lumber Company's south-east corner uost," theuco west KK)
chains, theuce north 40 chains, thenoe oust 100
chaius, Ihence south 40 chains to poiut of emu
menoement,
Duted October 22ud, 1000.
oct 27 Hm I)kni> Luhbkb Co.
NOTICE
liceuso to cut uud carry away timber from the
following doscribod lands situated in Weal
K (-nny district, II. C.:
1. Cnmmencing nt a poit marked "Gus
'und's sninii esst corner posi," about six
miles up KvencuCreek, them-e north wchaius,
wost 80 chains, south so ohalni, east SO ehalm
lo poinl of commencement.
2 Commencing nt a i»ist marked "Qui
Lund'i smitli wosl oornor post," about iii
miles up French Oreok, thenco nprthSOchalni.
mst su chains, south 80 chaini, wost80 chains
to pointof commencement,
8, Oominenolng at a pout marked "Om
Lund's norlh west comer post," almut six
miles up French Creek thence east 40 chains,
muii tnu eliains, west 40 chains, norlh IM
"imliis iii puim of commencement.
I, Commonolng at u post marked "Qui
bund's north-east corner post," about ill
miles up French Creek, thence west-it) chains,
until KiO chains, east -lu chaini, north too
ibalna (o point of commencement.
im
,it. leth, mix;
.'ommeiieing nt a  poit   marked "Qui
's north-west comer post," alwut four
up Fro neb Greek, thence east 40 chains.
...  100 ehalus, weit 40 chains, uorlh lOo
ms to point of commencement,
"ommeiieing  at a poat niarked   "Uus
s siHiUi-east coruer  post," about une
up Uoldstrenm frum mouth ol Frem-ti
ik. theuce north bu chains, west &0 chains
h 8ii chains, east 80 chaius to point of com-
menoement.
Commeneing at a post marked "Qui
Is south-west corner post," about one
.up Goldstream from mouth of French
)ki theuco norlh 40 chain--, east 100chaim<,
" 40 chains, west  ltio cdialus to pointol
Linn
llllll'!
aoutl
el) ill
0
Lund
mile
frc
Html
Luu
mile
Oro
sou
commencement,
0. Commencing at a post marked '-Gus
Lund i-smith-west corner post," planted nt the
north* west corner ol Timber Limit 76^0, theme
north 40 chain*, east 100 chains, south 40
chain
ment
NOTICE.
Notice ia hereby given that 30 days
alter date I intend to apply to tl.e
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a special licence to cut
and carry away timber from the following described lands situated in
West Kooicnay district, B. I..
1. Commencing at a post marked
J. ,M. Kellie's north-east corner post,"
planted ub..ut (Hi chaina north ot Boyd
creek, aud about 2J m.'es from Fish
creek, running soutli 80 ch,.ins, thence
weat 80 chains, tlience north 80cliains,
theuce east 80 chaina to the point of
conimencement.
2. Commencing at a p st niarked
J. M. Kellie's north-west corner post,"
plunted about 00 chains north of Boyd
creek und  about  2i miles from Fish
creek, running soutli 80 chains, thence
enst 80 chains, theuce north 80 chuina,
thenee  west  80 chains  to point of
commencement.
Dated 12th October, 190(1.
J. M. Kellie, Locator,
By his agent George Edge.
3. Commencing at a post marked
J, M. Kellie's north-east corner post,"
planted about GO chains north ol Boyd
ereek und ahout 4J miles from Fish
creek, running west 80 chains, thence
soutl. 80 chains, theuce east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to the pnint of
commencement.
4. Commencing at a post marked
"J. JI. Kellie's north-west corner post,'1
planted about 00 chains north of Boyd
creek and ulmut 4J miles Irom Fish
creek, running east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to point ol
commencement,
5. Commencing at a post marked
"J. Al, Kellie's north-west comer post,"
planted about 25 chains north ol Boyd
creek aud shout 5J iniles Irom Fish
creek, running east 160 chains, theuce
south 40 chains, thence west 10U
chains, thence north 40 chains to
point ol commencement,
Dated 12th October, 1900.
J. M. Kellie, Locator,
net 17    By his agent J. B. McKenzie
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given Inul 80 dnys after date
I intend to apply ,<> the Chief Commissioner of
hinds and Works fora special liootiS*4 to cut
and carry awny Umber from the following
described lands situate lu the Yule District:
1. Commencing at a pint planted at lhe uurth-
eustcoriierofliuilierlicen.se No. 8380, on Cherry
;k and  marked  " D.  Woolsey's  nurth-weat
Comer post,'1 thence suulh lliu chuius, tlience eust
iu chains, thunce uortli 100 chains, thunce west 4u
cliains lu poinl uf commuuceuient.
Located -Mi September, mo.
2. Commonolng al u post planted at the southwest corner of lUmber license No. 8274, on main
Cherry Creek ami marked " 1). Woolsey's southeast corner." thence nurth 80 eliainu. theuce west
80eliuiiis, tlieiiL-o south 80 chuius, llieucu cant 80
ehuins to the point uf eiunniuucumeiit.
1,-uualed 1st October, liuni.
8. Commencing at a post planted at the north*
west eurner of timber license No. 8287 und marked
"D. Wuulsey's south-went corner," thence nuith
160 chains, thencu east 40 chains, thencu south
100 chaius, theuce weal 40 chahu tu the point uf
eomineuoemeut.
Located 2nd duy of October, 1000.
4, Commencing at a post ulinted at thc
north-west eurner of timber license No. S*.'87
and marked "D, Woolsey's south-east corner
post," ihence north 1G0 ehalus, ihence west 40
chains, theuce south 1C0 chains, thence east 40
chains to ibe point of commencement.
Located 2nd October, 19C3.
6. Commencing at a po/t planted atiut IW
miles uurlb-eaut of tbe south-east cornerof
timber llceuse No. 8278 and marked " D, Wool*
ley's north-west corner post," thence east _
chains, thenee south 80 chains, thence west 80
chillis, thencu north 80 chalis to the point ol
commencement.
Located llth October, 1004.
6, Commenolng at a post planted at tho
south-east cornor of timber license No. 8278
nnd niarked "D. Woolsey's south-west corner
post,' thenco eust 40 cliains.thenoo north80
chains, thencu east 40 chains, thence north 40
chains, thence west 80 chains, thenco south l'JO
ohains to thc point of commencement.
Located 13th Oelober, HM
Dated this 20th October, 1W6,
oct 'Ji
D. WOOLHKV,
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that DO days after date .
intend toapply to the Hon. Chiof Commlssloner
of Lauds ami Works to purchase the following
describe.! lands situated in the district of West
Kootenay:
Commencingat a post placed at the north-west
conier of Lot L44B3, marked 'J.B.Mackenzie's
south-east comer," tlience west 40 chains, thence
north 4u chains, tlience east 4t> chains to shore of
Uke, thence following shure oi Lake tu starting
point.  Containing 180 acres.
Dated the lfith day of Sept, 1000.
J. B. MACKKN/1K.
sep 10 Uy J. A. Magee, his agent.
Notice Is hereby given that (10 days after date I
intend to apply i<* thu Chiof CummloHlonur of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase tho
following described land in West Kootenay, two
miles smite of Nakusp:
Cmuinenclug at a post marked '*J. U. J.'s north*
west corner, thencu 80 chains east, 40 chains
south, 80 chains west, 40 chains north to place of
commencement, containing ;i20ncre* more ur loss
Located Sept, Uth, 1006
sep m J. It, JAMIESON*
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that sixty days alter
date I Inteud to apply to the Chief Commissioner ol Lands and Works for porraisHlou
to purchase the following described lands in
tbe dlstrictof Weit Kootenay:
t.'ommoucing ut a po.-i mnrked "Herbert Hod-
fern's north-west cornor post," and plnntod on
the east bauk of tbo Coluinbin river, about four
miles noulli of Nakusp; thenco easl 40 chniu.*-,
thence south 40 chains, thence west 40 chains,
thouce north 40 chains to pniutof commencement, containing 100 ncres more or less,
Dated thelttth Ueptombor, A.D., 1006.
oot 20 HKBBKKT BKDFKKN,
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby givuu that 30days after date
1 Intend to upply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lnnds and Works fora special license to cut
and carry away timber Irom the following
described lands situate In the Yale district:
Coinmonoiug at a post marked "H. Hill's
soutli'onst corner post" plauted nbout oue
mile east of tho timiswnp river, about fi miles
north of Chorry Cruok, thouoe uorth 80 chaius,
theucewestSO chuius, theueo south80chains,
theuce east 80 clmins to pniutof commencement
Dated Octobor ftth, 1900.
nov 7 8. HILL
NOTICE.
.-     —     ....,,,,,     ..„,.      .....     .-HUM!*,      ...um      .
mi, WoatlwobtlOltopolDtoI cumniem-.
. .'iiliiliionrlin «l ,i poi| nu-,,.,] .. .„,
iu I aoixh-wiwi I'lirnor noil," about nne
mllo frum inoutii ui rem-li creek, Ihence
norlli su I'lmiiu, enmso cliHlnn, miiili mi i-luliui.
woat an clialna to polul ol commencement,
- moil Sept. 18th, limo.
l, Commencing m a pm. marked -uus
....ml I Horlli-ivcst cornor poit," almu. 111
',","","" I1,1!"1' "*'"" nortb-entl oornor ut tiuiIkt
Llmi. 7j.i», llienco south 8) chain., cam so
■•Iliiln., nurih sn ohalna, won W chains ...
inini uf commencement,
iinii'il Sept, loth, l'jmj.
II CoiniiioKiillig al a poil market "GUI
Liuni. north-welt oornor poit," planted ai the
north-earn corner nl Timber l.lmli nn, thenoe
•muni su ohalna, oast io ohalna, north 80 ohalna,
ivea.80 obaina tn puint uf commencement,
18. Commonolng at a posl marked "llllfi
I.und's nortli-west corner imst," planted al llio
.iiiutli-ivosl comer nl Timber MmllGJiW, Iheiine
aou.h 60 chalna, eaatMobalnii nurih suehalns,
wesl SO ehalus to point ol commencement.
II. ComnicnclnK at a pnst uiarked "Uiu
„und'a north-west oornor poat," planted atthe
aoutli-wea. curuer u! Timber Limit 02W, tlience
■nlli 8o ohalna, east noclialne, uortli 80 eh .ln»,
ist so chains tu imliitof commeiicenient
a   lloininoiicliiK »l a pust marked "Gus
...ind's north-weal oornor post" planted at the
soulli-wes. enrner ol Timlier Limit TUB, thence
south 80 chains, cast so chains, norlh suehalns,
vest sii eliains tu puliii ui commenoement,
Dated Sopt. Llth, 1903.
III. Commonolug nt n post marked "Una
Lund's north-west eurner post." planted al the
south-west co ner nl Timber Limit 7IVI7, thenco
soulli 80 ohains, ciistso clialns, north 8u chains,
■vest sii chains tu puim nf commencement.
17. Commencing at a jinst marked "(ius
.und's nurlh-west enrner nosl." planted at the
..uutli-tvost enrner nl Tlmi ,r Limit 7861, thenee
soutli 811 eliains,east BUoh .Ins, north su chnlns
•vest 80 elinlns in point ul commencement.
18. Commencing m a post marked "Qui
..und's nnrth-wesl corner | isl." planled at thc
mirth-east curnor ul Timber Limit iiii, thence
soiithSO chains, caslsiiolialns, norlh so chnius,
■■•est sii eliains lu point of commencement,
llaleilSept. 2lsl, 1908.
10. Commonolng ai a poit marked "Qua
.null's northwest corner post," planted at the
soulh-west curuer nl Timbor Limit 707;), thence
snulli 80 chains, oast 80 chai or.h so clialna,
westsochalns topulti.nlcommencement,
20. Commonolug at a post marked "(lus
..unit's north-went corner |mst," plantod at the
suuth-easl curuer ul Timber Limit 7**7:1, thence
soulh Slleliniiis, east 8ii chains, norlli Su chains,
west 8o eliains to poini ul commencement,
21. Commenolng at a |iosl niarked "(lus
Luud's nnrtli west corner imst," al lhe southwest enrner nf Nil. 18, thenceeast 8>,chains,
south 80 chains, west 80chains, nnrili so chalna
to point ul cnmuiciii-enient.
iinii'il Sept. Slid, ml.
22. Commonolng at a post marked -(lus
Lund's nnrlli-wcst corner pusl," plantcil at the
south-west corner nf No, ll, tlience cast su
chain., sontli so chains, west so chains, north
80 eliains tu jiulnt nlcuminencemcnt.
28. lliiinnicnclliB at a jiost marked "(lus
Lund s north-wesl coruer poit," plantcil at the
soulh-weat eoruer of No. lj, thence east SO
chains, south so ehuins, west80chains,nurth
80 chains In pulut nl cuiiimvncciiielll.
2.. Commenolng a. a pust marked "(ills
Lund'snurth-ivost eurner poat," atthe southwest cumor tl Nu. 10, thence east Suehalns.
ionth 80chains, weal SOclialiu, north 80chain-
lo point nr commencement.
26. Commencing at a pust marked "(lui
1.mill's norili-cast corner post," at the north-
wesl comer ol Timber Limit 7073, tnence soutli
80 clialns, wost 80 chaini, nurlli 80 chains, cast
so chaius to imiut oi euiiimencement.
Ilati-d Sept. 2lrd, IM.
oot 10 UUS LUND
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days after date I
intend lo apply tu the Chief ('ominissioner uf
Lands and Works fur a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following described
lands situated in the district of West Kootenay:
1. Commencing at a post nlaiited aliout '2uu
yards sualhof the Ton (10) Jllle Tree, Big Bend
trail, and marked "Geoi-goLaforme's south-west
eorner pest," running east Uiu chaius, thence
nortli 10 eliains, thence west loo chains, thence
.uth 40 chains tu point uf I'umuiciicmiicnt.
2, Commonclug ut a post planted almnt 2"u
yards south of the Ten (iu) Mile Tree, Big Bend
trail and marked "(leorge Lnfmmesnorth-west
eornrr post, running oaat ion elialm. thence south
■luehaii s, thenco wesl loo chain', thence north iu
ham-, to poinl uf c.i nironcoraoiit,
Dated i lh day of October, 1836.
:t. Commonclug at ft postplmted nliout one
ml iiii.-hit!i i\\) miles north of No. 1 post and
iuurki>.l "Ueurge  Laformu's Bouth-went   corner
l nti," thenee east so chains, thenco north 80
chains, tliuuco wost SO chains, tnence -nuth so
'hiiiiia to point of ciimnii'iii't'iiieiii,
Dated 3rd Nov. l-ril.
■ 10
DUO. UKOnMK, Locater.
NOTICE.
Nutli-e is In-ii-liy Riven Unit 80 ilnvs niter date I
lilt I In apply to tin- llniiiiiirnl.il> Hm I -hie. (Mum
luiaajoiioi- ul Lnmls and Wurk., (ur parmlaaioti to
purchase the lollowlng dciorllnil land. In the diatrict nl Weat Kootenay, Revelitoke illi'slon,
nominonctiig at a post planted on tlie west Imnk
ul ilu- Columbia Kivor about half a mile below
1'iiiis. llaplda and maiked -w. ... suiiiorlamr-
north-iveat corimr jinst." thence, aouth CO ehains.
Ihencu oust In chains inure nrless tu the west hank
nf tin- ciiliiiniiia lllvOr! thenco m a nortb-weaterly
direcliun and fnlliiwin^ the west bank ol tlie Col*
milieu Id.i-i to the iHiini nf commencement.
liaicil this mill du.- nf October, luoo.
ml U W. II. BOTHKBMND.
NOTICE.*
Notice is hereby given that 60 dan from date i
ini.*ml to apply to the Hon. tbe Chief Commit*
-.inner of L'liiihnml Works forMrmlnlon *o our-
i-liasu the following described landi. in the West
•jiuuieii-iy district, west shore of Upper Anow
Uke:
''Commencing at a post marked "*L L, fllnchl
suuth west cunier," atthe southIMtContirof
LoUfu'i.-'iid  about 1J  mllei smith of   Fosthall
creek; thence nurth so eliains, tnence east 41
chains, thenco south mi chains, thence Hunt'
clialna lo pointof coinmeneement, niiitninins IS
acres lliure or lell.
Dale'! timi-Ji.it iiayuf Mav, Itmii.
/, L li
iiwcu,
Per Ralph Slye, Agent
NOTICE.
:.oti
I Ull<M
of hli
a • hereby glvon that 90 dayi alter date
ii> apply to the Chief Commissioner
is.iml Works lor a ipecial license to cut
nnd mn* nway timber frmn the following
iii'scrII *.'- laii'lsin tin- dlstriu of West KoOlO*
naj:
('miii M.eini; at a postmarked "L. H. Kra-
■fcr's ii* ti if wait corner," ami piantoii 'about I1
mil.-,*, u. h< if St. Loon on the east lide of Up*
nur Ariuw Luke about ouo mile from the ihore;
ilm. i'i"1.i-l ID ctnms, thonce -.mil. 19Dchains.
th-jneewnt lOchalue, thence north 160 chains
i'i il,'i | "Hit of roinmeiiCenumt
D;ile-l iliLl'ilidnYof O t- her, 1909.
not I LH. FHASKB.
"Companies Alt, 1897,"
Canada i i
Province op British Con hbia. )
No. 36:.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that tin-
"Lamli.Watson Lumber Company, Limit'
cil, it authorised and licensed to carry #n
business within the Province of British
Columbia, and to earn* out or effect ali or
any ol the objects of tbe Company lo
which lhe legislative authority of the Eef,'-
islature of British Columbia extends.
The head office of the Company is situate in the City of Winnipeg, in lhe Province of Manitoba.
Tho amount of the capital of the Company is eight hundred and fiftj thousand
dollars, divided into eight thousand five
hundred shares of one  hundred   dollars
ch.
The head office of the Company in this
Province is situate at Arrowhead, and
Otto Laclimund, lumberman, whose address is Arrowhead, is the attorney for
the Company.
Given under my hand and seal of office
at Victoria, Province ol British Columbia,
this 51I1 day of November, one thousand
nine hundred and six,
(L.S.] S, V. WOOTTON,
Registrar ol Joint Stock Companies
The objects for which the Company has
been established and licensed are:—
To manufacture, buy, sell aud deal in
logs, limber, lumber, shingles, fuel, pulp,
sashes, doors, boxes, lies and all articles
manufactured from wood, and in all kinds
of building material and building supplies,
including lumber, stone, brick, tile,
cement, marble, tools, implements and
machinery; to acquire, hold, purchase,
lease, sell, mortgage, operate, conduct,
manage and dispose 6T saw-mills, planing
mills, houses, buildings, factories, wharves,
docks, stone quarries, brick-yards, coal
mines, peat beds, clay and plaster beds,
timber limits and real and personal property of all kinds; to carry ow the business
of contractors and builders in all its
branches) to own, operate, conduct and
manage stores, magazines and all other
places for storing, selling and disposing
of goods either to employees of the Company or lo tbe public generally, or both) to
acquire, construct, operate, purchase,
lease and hold on lhe property of the
Company convenient tramways and logging railways; also lo have and acquire
steamboats ior tbe purposes of the Company, and to charge and collect tolls for
freight and passengers - arried thereon; to
actasagenls for o'her persons, firms or
corporations; to acquire and bold shares
in lhe capital stock of other companies
engaged in a similar business; to amalgamate with any oilier companies pursuing
the like or similar objccls, and generally
to carry on any other business and to do
all acts and things necessary or convenient for the carrying on of any of the above
businesses or operations, or calculated,
directly or indirectly, lo enhance lhe value
of the Company's property or rights,
nov 14
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that 30 daye after date
I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for alpecUl license to cut
aud carry away tliuLer from the lollowlng
described lands situated ln Lillooet district:
■>, Commencing at a post marked "A, Mc-
Cuunell's nurtb-east coruer, Limit No. 6,"
planted on eatit bank of I'pper Adams River,
ubout lour milts Irum moutb, running 80
ehains west, iju chains south, U0 chains east, 80
chains north to place of commencemeni.
0, Commencing at a post marked "A. McConneH's south-east corner, Limit No, fi,"
planted ou east bauk of Cpper Adams Kiver,
about four miles from mouth, running 100
'■.lain* north, 40chains west, iou chainB south,
lOchains east to place ol commencement,
6), Commencing at a post marked "A. Mc*
Council's notth-eut corner, Limit No. 6-J,"
plauted on east bank of Upper Adams River,
about IT miles from mouth, running 40 chaini
west, 100 chaius south, 4u chains east, 160
chains north to placoof commencement,
7. Commencing at a postmarked "A. McConneH's south-wen corner, Limit No. 7,"
plumed on wesi bank ol Cpper Adams River,
about is miles from mouth, running SU chains
east, 60 chains north, 60 chains west, 80 chains
south to place ol commencement.
■\ Commencing at a post marked "A. Mc-
CuuneU's north-west comer, Limit No. 8,"
planted on cast bank of I'pper Adams River,
about oik* mile above outlet of Mica Lake, running bo chaini south. •*) chains east, W chains
north, 80 chains west to place of commencement.
y Commencing at a post marked "A. Mc*
Council's north-east corner, Limit No. 9,"
planted on south bank of Harbor Creek, about
.' miles from moutb. running t-AJchains west, tti
chains south, 80 chains east, SO chaius north to
place uf commencement.
10, ComiiK'oclng at a post marked "A. Mo-
Council's north-west corner, Limit No. 10,'
pUnted on out bank of Upper Adami River at
outlet of Mka Lake, running 80 chains south
80 chains cut, n chains north, 60ohalm west
to place of commencement,
11, Commencing at a post marked "A. Mc*
ilunuell's north-eon corner, Limit No. 11,"
planted on west bank of a small unnamed
creek, tributary to Reaver creek, the feederof
ilita Uke, running V) chains west, 80 chaini
■".■.:., m- chaius eon, SOchnhis north to place
of commencement.
Dated Nov. Vth, ltfOO.
nov 14 A. McCONNELL.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby -given that 30 days after date
I intend to aoply to the Doo. Chief Conimis-
-.iouer of Lauas and Works for n spocial license
to cut,-md curry awny timber from the following de-cribed lands iu Kamloops district;
Commtnelotf ut a post plnuted on the east
Lank uf Adam.-, Kiver about eight miles above
Adam* Lake nnd marked "ti. A. L&mmers'
soutti-oa-t comer i»n," thence north S)chains,
theuco wesl 80 chains, theuce south 80chains,
thence east 60 ohalni to poiut of commencement.
Dated 5th November, 1906.
nov 14 UKO. A. LAMMEH.S.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that thirty days afler
.late I intemi to apply to the Chief Commls
r-iom-r of Unds and works lor a special license
to i-mand carry away timber from tbe following described landsln West Kootenay District:
1, Commencing at lipoid plauted at thetuiuth
west eurner of Boblnwni laud purchase and
maiked "W, (J. sclmlUe'i south-east corner pout,"
tbenee *u chains nortb, thenee 100 chains weat,
thence 40 chain-- snuth, theuce 180 chains eait
dung lake ihore Ui place of ruunuencemeut.
Dated Nov. Uth, um:
L Commencing nt a pust planted about lj miles
enJt of 1 L. SUM), un lu-tili .n.-t ..no ■■' Arrow
l.\U, and marked "VV. tl. Sehult/e's north-west
conier pont, Uitncfl Wl chaini south, thunce 80
chains .-mi Uience Hi clmins north, thonct* 80
cUiiii- -*<»*»i r.ii.-1-i Uke -li-.fi- to place»f commence a uut.
Doted Nov. 10th, :;* ■
W. (i. S HULTZE,
not 14 Per \V. F, Ugilvie, agent.
Notico In heroby glvon that thirty days after
dato I Intend to apply to tho Honorable Chief
Comnilt-eiuiior of Landa ami Work* furnspuolal
licenso to cut and carry nway timber from the
following doscribod lands In West Kootenny
diatrict;
Commenciug at a post planted 2 miles up Hig
Creek, on nortn side oi t rook, and marked "Robert Armstrong's eouth-wust comer," thunce east 80
chains, thenco north 80 "liains. tlience went 80
chains, thence south 80 chains lo pnlnt of commencemeni.
Datod Supt, liit.li, 1006.
octal UOlimiT ARM-STUUNU.
NOTICE
Notice Ih hereby given !!,'.'' Im-hIh-i '»;.i
IllltCIld tu mnke application p. tbe Chlel Corn-
mihsimier ot l.anan tt Wirku lur permission to
i ■urim-i' the foliuwim; described Isnd situate
in the Wesl Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted at the north*
weit cornet T. c. 7WS, and marked "Clara Mc*
(luarrie's south-west corner," thunce noith no
rlinhw, thence east 4n chains, thence south 20
chains, thence weal 40 c.ains to place ol commencement and ci nUtiidni. sO acres niote or leu.
n relocation of Bangstcr'i preemption.
Daled thin lOlh day of September, UK.
CLARA McQUAUttlE,
1      seplS M H. McQuarrie, A<eut.
LAND NOTICE
NOTICE IM HKHKItV UIVKN thai sixty-hy*
ufu-r date I intend tu apply lo the Hon. Chief
Commiuluner of Lands and M{f rtti for permission
t.i purchase the following deKiilted Unds in the
.Nest Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted on tbe west side
uf nurih east arm of AttOffbeai) Lake, -j of a mile
from Rock It lull, marked "It. K.MoK.'i south-east
corner post," thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains west, thence 20 cliams south, thence 80
fhnirii west along lake shore to point of commencement.
Dated Nor, 10U), iwo.
n"'14 MB8. R, E. MoKITRICK,
NOTICE.
VTOTICE l« hereby given that HO days after
11 -Jniel intend to apply to the Hon. the
Chief Commlsalonor of Lands and Wrorknfor
permUilon iv purobaae the following described
unds, situated In West Kootenay, on the east
shore of Upper Arrow Lake:
Commencing tit a post adjoiulii(*T. L. 4780 on
thc nortli side ana marked "L. A. Dewar's
north-west corner," thence east 80 ehalm
theme south yw chains, thonco west 80 chains
more or lose to the eaat tdiore of I'pper Arrow
l*ftko, thence north following the shore of said
lake tyi chains to the point of commencement
Dated Oct, 16th, 11*06.
oct 24 ML, A. DKWAH. DLAimCIJ AHU CUIfllOPILPJ
THAT MAKE THE WINTER NIGHTS LIKE WARM JULY.
Our Range ol lilunkets novor an good as now. Nice, soft, all-wool, unslirinkivblo blankets
felling at |360, -|B,00, ?6,50, 18.00 uml $10.00, These Blankets wero bought Irom the bout
milli in Canada before the rite in price, making tl.e value and prices lower thun any in the
at the preient lime.
COMFORTERS—We have Comforters—all the Best kinds—Pi-ices ranging fnnn lf.1.75, $2,50
$3.00 vml $4.60.   Duwn Comforters at $8.50, $10 nnd $12.
FLANNELETTE SHEETS-White and Grey.   A lull assortment in Block.
PILLOWS-Good Feather and Down   Pillows.    Prices, 76c., $1.55, $2.50, nnd $3.00 each.
FURS!   FURS!!   At prices that will save you money.
The Store
that never
disappoh. s
REID & YOUNG
The Store
that never
disappoints
THE STORE OF GOOD GOODS AND GOOD VALUES.
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
A Tonic!
itt itt itt itt itt tti it- Ti itt iti itt iti &
A 	
*? H you wnnl nn excellent
<$■*- Tonic mid easy to take, gel >>,
A $1.00 bottle of our Port Wine
f bottled especially for our-
7 Canada Drug & Book
S    Company, Limited,
rtl fa itt itt rtl tti ti'i iti itt ttt itt rTi
*«P   +   +   ♦   4-   4*   ■*   +   +   4*   *   4*
WEATHER FORECAST.
Wednesday, Nov. 14,—For 24 hour.-.
Light ivinds, unsettled, with heavy
rain-. Barometer rising. Conditions
affeoted by inland storm depression,
BREAD!!!
Why do you bake yonr own bread
when we cun deliver it to you fresh
from the oven every day. There is
none belter, il any ns good.
Cakes and Pastry
A large assortment of Cukes and
l'ustry on hand.
(Quality and workmanship A 1.
HOBSON & BELL,
CR0CERS, BAKERS AND   CONFECTIONERS
BORN.
MrlJoxAUi—At Revelstoke, B. C,
.Nov. 13th, 1900, to Mr. and Mrs.
.Stewart McDonald, a aon.
Local and General.
The last call fur the Hospital Hall
to-night.  Ladies, $1; gentlemen $2.
Rusael Evans, uf Arrowhead, haa
purchased the Lurdeuu hotel at Coinn-
pli.\ Irom W, Hamilton.
Ainuug the King's birthday honors
is a kniglithuud to Mr. Henry Normal), the distinguished journalist uud
M.P.
Miss Duke has consented to remain
over Sunday in tbe city aud will sing
at St. Andrew's Church services on
that day.
Now, Revelstoke I   It's up to you !
Attend the Bull to-night !
And don't forget the dollars two '
And supper !   It's alright !!
.Vhed you buy of your home merchant  you   are   helping tbe city and
thereby sharing in the profits of your
own purchase.
The Lamb-Watson Lumber Co., the
new owners ol the Kamloops saw mill,
have commenced the construction ot a
new steamer.
F. ti. Brown's cigar store, on Firsl
street, bus been suid and tbe new
owners have taken possession uud will
run it under tbe name of E. Brown.
'ii mud were gold, how rich this
community would be." Wc would
suggest that -nine attention bi paid
to the cleaning of the street crossings.
Comment is unnecessary.
The annual Scottish concert under
the auspices of the Willing Workers
of St. Andrew's Church on Nol 30th,
St. Andrew's Day, will be the lest yet
held by this young organisation.
The river darn is now being continued out t-.ivuid- the new ohanuel
of the river bed ami the pile driver is
hard at wjrk Electric lights Have
been placed uluug the dam. which
give; it by uiglit the appearance of an
esplanade.
Every Conservative is reque-ued to
attend the annual meeting ol the
association to be b(.-ld in Selkirk Hali
ui Tuesday. November 20th, nt 8 p.m.
In addition to the. important b lsineta
to lie transacted, a good proi-rumme
has been arranged.
The Hiudoos employed by the C. P.
R. in mending tbe roadway to the
depot are evidently not enjoying this
aornewbat doiibtlul weather, and by
their looks and actions it may 1 •'
judged that tbey n.,uld give u mighty
lot, il tbey rould get it, to go '-nek to
the head ol ibeir own country,
Those'who are supplying dishes, etc.,
for the Hospital Ball supper are requested to put their names on each
article in order to av id loss and confusion, Tbe Opera House will be
kept open on Thursday afternoon for
the purpose of recovering the articles
lent.
St. Andrew's church was crowded to
tiiedoorson Sunday evening. Rev.
Mr. Calder's sermon on "Thn Going
Outof Judas," was one of tho most
powerful and masterly discourses ever
delivered iu the city. Mr. Gait, tbe
baritone soloist, gave a magnificent
tendering of "Nazareth" and "What
Shall I Do to be Saved?"
There piiHsed away on Saturday lasl
William Reid, an old resident ol Revelstoke. Thedeeeaacd was well known
here and had sull'ered much, of late
Iron' heart disease, having been in the
hoi ..il for s' ine little time. The
body was removed to Salmon Arm,
where the deceased owned property
am! where the funeral will take pluce.
Tho Hon. J. H. Turner, agent general lor British Columbia in London,
Eug., stales in a letter that they wish
to make a large distribution of all
kinds of British Columbia printed
matter at the shows to be given this
winter in all parts of the United Kingdom where liritish Culumbia fruit will
be exhibited.
With over a million dollars ol silver-
lend ore involved, law costs already
reaching $40,000 and the ense only
begun, tbe big White Stur case from
Sandon made its ponderous way into
the Appelate court on Monday last.
The Forget-me-not Club will hold
their weekly dance on Friday next,
Nov. 10, in the Selkirk Hull, instead
of tonight.
There nre lew citieB where bhestores
present a mure pleasing appearance
than those of our own city. Our
merchants take a pride in the appear-
e if their re pective places of business uud such pride is certainly commendable, That is not all, tbey carry
go id, clean stocks of merchandise and
their reputation for fair dealing drawl
a splendid patronage from the surrounding territory.
The hospital ball will tnke place
tonight and it is hoped that the pub-1
lie of Revelstoke will all join in HI -.
ing it u complete success. Much time
money and energy has been spent on
perfecting arrangements by those in
charge and it remains now lo turn j
ont en masse and make tin: bal'the
most successful of uny of its prcdeces- j
sore. When it is re- lem'wred tor what
the ball is organized and the good
that will ensue if tl - affair is successful, surely then then; will be no other
thought than that ol uulversal pleasure in attending this function and
helping out the great and noble eauae
lor which it is intended. The land
bass new and up-to-date programme
ol dance music ready and even if y iu
don't all dance, the music alone" 11
be worth your ticket, Tiie boys know
what good music is and how to play  t.
GrO TO
KINCAID & ANDERSON
FOR YOUR
Insurance and
Real Estate
Full Line Of The Best
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
INSURANCE.
MONEY TO LOAN
Kii & Anderson
When we till  yonr  prescription'
you may leel safe— we make no
Opera House
Harold Nelson nn. Clifford Lane
llruci- with a lirst-lass company » .il
.p ay ni, Mondii,. innht next "A j
Soldier of Fortune' and on Tuesday
night "The Virginian." Seats nre on
sale al the Canada Drug A 'look Co,
It will interest yuu to '< <*■ ir
carpets, rigs and squares at, 11 wsnn i
furniture itore,
Business Locals.
Nothing better than Our" Speoial,
Electric Belts at Canada Drug
Sture.
Dispensing of prescriptions at Bews'
Drug Store.
See mahogany furniture at R. Howson's furniture store.
Fancy Japanese china, very suitable
for presents ut C. U. Hume it Co's.
New leather post cards at Bews'
Drug Store.
Call at C. B. Hume & Co. for
carpets, linoleums and Hour uil cloths.
The finest stationery at cheap prioes
—Ilewa' Drug Store.
For lace and Tapestry curtains go
to C. B. Hume & Co. Choice selection.
When yuu want up-to-date stationery of the beat makes go tu Canada
Drug Store.
II. Howson & Cu. are sh iwing some
very pretty mahogany goods, see their
display.
The very latest in gold engraved
glassware, oa show at C. II. Hume,t
Co's.
Preserve your hair. Come to the
Canada Drug & Book Co. Tbey will
tell ymi how.
Auotion Bale of household furniture,
Nov. 16th at Mrs. Lee Anderson's Sale
begins at I o'clock sharp. til
We keep all sorts if winter evening
games; ask for them al the Canada
Drug it ll.-ok Store.
Eastern Cranberries ior sale by the
Ib. or by the harrell at C. B, Hume
4 C >'s.
We have a numiier of line bed
lounges, the latest style, we will give
you a bargain n any ol them—al
Jehn E, Wood'f
Ontario, Spanish and California
Grapes, also Banana- in any quantity
at C. B. Hume & Cos.
Imm- mber the taction sale of household furniture at Mrs. i.ee Anderson's,
Nov. Diili nt 1 o'clock. id
Wc have a big stock ol linoleums
and or oils. We will fell these to
ymi lo per cent, less than you ever
bought ,i Revelotoke before—at John
E, Wood -
Some ol the prettiest and latest
designs in Linoleums at it. Howson it
Co.'s furniture store.
Try uur own lozenge loi . sore
throat li is put up in 2.'i oent boxes
aud will ease the worst sore throat.
Canada Drug Store.
We have a lot ol nice lO-pioce sets
ol bedroom crockery, any kind you
desire, we will give yon a -nap on any
ul them—John E, Wood'a lurniture
a to re.
II yuu want a nine carpet ■ , ... -.,
nuke y mr place a little more COI03 ir
the winter, we have dozens ol them a
hig cut on any ul Litem—John B
Wood
Me nu.n n large stocK oi mem, a ing|
discount   on   anv oi   them—Juhn K
Wood,
Probably you ure requiring an extra
ir,>ii led in Iwu, wo carry theni in
every shade ul color. We bought
these beds at a bargain, wn can.sill
them In you at 211 per cent, less th in
yon ever bought Ibe Mine torbolire
in Ilevelstoke—al Juhn E. Wood's.
Remember the bazaar Nov. lllth in
the Selkirk Hall. Goudson sale both
afternoon and evening. Band und
other music in the evening.
Dr, J.H. White, of Westminster,
will make an address to men on Sunday next in the Y. M. C. A. This is
tho first ul a series nt talks for Sunday
afternoons., The mtieio will be a teat
uie ol these gatherings. Every man
invited.
Social and Personal
R. F. Perry, of Goldliclds, Lardenu
is in the city.
O. Laiih.uund, ol Arrowhead, niadi
a abort visit to town this week.
During Miss Duke's stay in thc
city she has been the guest ol the Rev.
and Mrs. Calder.
Mrs, Talbot Barnard wishes to anj
iiiiunce that she will not be at home
on Thursday.
Mrs. Mancl, ul Victoriu, hos been
culled to Riivelstnke on account ol tl.e
illness of her brother, W. Maguire.
She is accompanied by Miss Clarke.
The many friends of Harvey T.
Watt, for some time teller in the Im
perial Bank ol Canada here, will be
pleased to hear of his promotion to
the position of accountant in the service of the bank at Brantford, Ont.
FIELD.
From our own cori-esiionilont..       I
A meeting was culled iu the Buck-
hum hall on Monday evening Ior the
purpose of ascertaining what could be
done in tho matter of providing a
skating rink for the citizens of Field.
It waa decided to build an open uir
rink just across the railway truck in
front of t.ie C.I'.R, boarding house,
The work of constiiicting the rink is
to be done by tlie men who wish to
use it. Messrs. Wyckotl', W. A, Clark,
Carlin, Lynes and Frazer were appointed a committee to have charge
of the work of building the rink. The
work will be begun at once, A great
many are taking an interest in skating and the rink promises to afford a
greut deal of pleasure to the people.
Speaking of skating reminds ub
that we had Lexter Patrick, of Montreal, who is a player on the Wanderer's hockey team,—the Stanley Cup
holders. Mr. Patrick was visitgin
with his cousins Mrs. Hooley dan
Patrick.
Rev. Logie Macdonnell, who has
been called to First Presbyterian
church, Vernon, spent Saturday and
Sunday at tbe Mause with Mr. Mil|er,
with whom lie was classmate in the
University. Mr. Macdonnell spoke at
the communion service, hc!d Sunday,
from the text, ''Blessed are the Pure
in Heart."
Mra. Agnew, of Revelstoke, spent
Monday at the home ot Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Lyness. •
Mr. J. June's mother and siflter nre
here on their way from 'Hie prairie to
the Okanagan Valley.
Rnbt. Campbell bus come to Field
to undertake the work of cleaning up
the ground along the west aid norlh
shores ol Emerald Lake. Thia will
add much to the beauty ol this nlready Burpasaiiigly beautilul lake.
Mr. Fleniiiiiiig, who iB provoit of the
old historic oity of Aberdeen, .Scotland,
is here at the Mount Stephen House
with his wife. Aberdeen bus just this
fall celebrated its fuur hundretb anniversary.
err.ir
here.!
Yuii may leel sun- of result*—
tbe heel drugs correctly and scien-
tiiically compounded IB absolute
in-iirance of medical value. Ask
iiu doctor.
WALTER BEWS
Druggist and Stationer,
Mail Urders Promptly Att, ruled to,
Editors' Troubles.
The editor ol the Enderby Progress
ip evidently a very hardly used man
judging from tbe following appearing
in the last issue of that excellent
journal ! "We apologize for all mistakes made in former issues and say
they were inexcusable, a.- all an editor
fttltodoilto hunt news and clean
up tbe i Hers and set the type, sweep
the door and pen short items, and fold
papers and write wrappers, and make
paste and mail the papers, nnd talk to
visitors, and diatribute type und carry
inter and chop the firewood, and
-'•nil the proofs, bunt the shears to
write editorials and dodge hills and
dun delinq icnte, and lake cusainga
(rom tbe whole force, and tell our sub-
SOrlberi m must have money—we say
that we've do business to make mistakes while attending to these little
mutter- and getting our living on
lioppi-n.il joup flavored with in.agin-
''ic ind - ■ in.' no ihoei, an old
' .nd -inney pants, and obliged
to turn n  smiling countcnaiici- to thc
i -:        i telle  li DIM ptj' It   mi worth
anyhow, and that he could
in k- i i.i-tti r me with lus eyes ihal
ANNUAL "MEETING
Rovolstoko conservative Assooiation.
The annual meeting ol the Revelitoke Conservative Association will be
held I uesday,Nor, 20th, al 1 o'clock
in Selkirk Hali
W.   W.   FlIHTHM,
m%\ vvukk njk xms
Is what everyone is talking
abuut now, and we nre prepared with nil the materials
necessary. To-day we are
opening a lot of Cushion
material!,
CUSHION TOPS—Tinted in
natural colors, with li Skeins
of Kloster Silk in tl.e proper
shades for working them. The
thread for working is worth
20c. and we sell the whole
thing Ior  40o
LC./000.PAT.S4BA.
Colored Fringe for Edging Centre Pieces.   This is the prettiest finish  you  can  get  for  Centre
Pieces,
CUSHION" FEILLS
Wc have them in Unfiled Ribbon and also iu Embroidered Canvas.    Cushion Girdles with Tassels,
in all the best colors at Ilfic, (iOc, and !|>1.00 each
Pli   CUSHION FOEMS
In ninny different shapes and sizes. Ladies drop in and see these Pin Cushion-Forms.
PA1STCY BASKETS
For trimming with Ribbon nnd Luce.     They make pretty and inexpensive prcents nnd aro usclul.
We can recommend these ImsketB Inr Xmas Presents.
STAMPED  LI2TEIN"
Stamped Linens, Drawn Linens, Hemstitched Linens, Hoops, Embroidery Silks, Laundry Bags, Etc,
.M C L E 2tf 3STA. IST' S
W A N T ED
LADIK8—For dressmaking and sewing for children, fancy goods nnd
notions, see Miss Mahi.hx, opposite
Windsor Hotel,
w
ANTED—Two llrst-clnss Carpi*.,
ters.   Apply to E. O. FROMEY.
WANTD—Girl fnr general house
wink for family of three*, good
wages—Mrs. Then. T, Ludgate, Arrowhead, B. C. tf
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihal
the partnership heretofore exisling between Percy Scholes, W, E. Edwards and
F, W. Worsnup, all of Coinaplix, has
been dissolved and al! business will in
future be carried on in the names ut W
E. Edwards and F. tt'. Worsnup.
Dated this 131I1 November, 1906.
W. E. EDWARDS
F, W. WORSNUP.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given thut thirty days
afterdate I intend to apply lo the Chid'
Commissioner of Landsaud Works tor a
special license to cut and carry away
limber Irom the following described lands
situated iu tho Ossoyos Division of Yale
District :
Commencing at a post planted near (lie
northern boundary of timber limit No.
76851 aboul 80 chains from the norlh-west
corner of same; llienee north 60 chains;
tnence east 160 chains; theuce soulh 20
chains lo the north-easl corner ol timber
limit 76S4; theuce west 80 chains along
aid boundary lo the north-wesl corner of
same; llienee soulh 40 chains along the
western boundary ol limber limit 7684 to
the north-easl corner of limber limit 7685;
thence west 80 ehains along the northern
boundary of said limit 7085 io point of
commencement.
Dated Ibis 28th dav of Sept. 1906.
J.B, McKfiNZIE.
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' J. A. DAMN, MtRCIiAlIT TAILOR
Carries the best Line of Goods to be had from
GLESCA, HAWICK, GALASHIELS, JEDBURGH, MANCHESTER, HUDUERS-
F1ELD, STROUDE AND LONDON.. '
J MACKENZIE  AVE.,    -    REVELSTOKE li. C t
*fo$$$$$$$$$$$i|i$ifr<$ii$ii"H|' it it't* 't' '3* *.
K>-0-O<H**-O<*'-0<*KM>O-0^
J. MclNTYRE & SON
WE HAVE ALWAYS IN STOCK
Fresh Groceries      Fresh Vegetables
Fresh Dairy and Creamery Butter
WORKMEN'S SUPPLIES IN CLOTHING, ETC.
First Corner East
of Imperial Bank
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FIRST STREET,
AUCTION SALE
I will sell by Public Auction the
entire Furniture ol Mrs. Lee Anderson's home.
Everything must be sold,
Friday, November 16th, 1906
at 1 p, m. Sharp.
H. MANNING, Auctioneer.
Secretary,
NOTICE
TAPPING'S OPERA HOUSE
TWO  NIGHTS
Beginning
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19th
AND
ami an excellent company
Having been appointed Agent for ihe
' - ' oil I'u*-. ( sal Company, and ihr
International Coal and Coke Company. I
am prepared 10 fill orders lur uui In any
'I'm  delivered   In  any   poinl  williin
tin- Ciiy I.Minis in the following prices!
Special 11 uui Picked Ooal $9 per ton
1 \ un li, si reen.'d coal $8.50 perlon
Run of mlno jy.jo p'-- ion
It, A, HAGGEN,
Real Estate nnd Insurance Agent,
IJ.-vrMokc, II, 0,
MONDAY
A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE
TUESDAY
THE VIRGINIAN
PRICKS,
$1 and 75c.
Seals nu Sale al iln- Canada Drug
Jin! II.wk   Oo.'S Sinn'.
GOOD   BUYS
Dwelling and Lot, Second Street  $2,111X1
Dwelling and Lot, Second Street  1,70(1
Dwelling and Lots, Third Street  4,200
Dwelling nnd Lots, (corner) Fifth Street.      .     . .   3,21X1
Double Corner, Second Street, near Y.M.C.A.        . .   1)00
Lota on Second St., east of McKenzie Ave., each   . .      250
Lots on Third St., east of McKenzie Ave., each   ,    . .   2IX)
Lots on Fourth St., east; of McKenzie Ave,, each   . .     175
,Lots on Fifth Ht., easl of McKenzie Ave., each    .    . 1150
SIBBALD & FIELD
INSURANCE
NOTARIES PUBLIC
LOANS
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PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH '
S. McMAHON, ■ FIRST STREET
For Agricultural Implements. Carriages, Wagons Etc., John
Deere Ploughs, Mi ili no Wagons, Canada Carriage JCompany'B
Buggies, Planet jr., Gardou Seeders and Cultivator.*, Wheel*
wright and IIluck-smitli Work [attended to. Horse Shoeing a
Specialty.
I'^^^r^^A^AM^AtM^M^tM'M^MA^^i^^^v^A^^VMVM^S
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS
For all kinds nf up-to-date and reliable furniture
and house furnishings go to
R. Howson & Co., Furnishers
SOUVENIR   GOODS
1 1 you are looking for something nice in SPOONS AND
PINS, BELT BUCKLES, WATCHE8, " BUNN
8PEOIAL " tor Souvenirs, wc have them here.
J.
GUY
0. p.
B A R B E R1 ■    optician
R.   WATOH   IN8PEOT0R.
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a P.   BURNS   &  COMPANY,   LIMITED.
HKADOKKIUK: OAWABY,  Ai.hkhva.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
ill, Packer! iiii<l Donlur   in Live Stock.   Market-* ln all tlio principal (Jitlei and
iwtis "f Alberta, llritin.i t-uitimbU and tlm Yukon.  Packers of the Celebrated Brand
I   "ItDpsrAtor" Hams and Bacon, ami Hliamrodc Brand, Leaf Lard.
tV% %%%%%% vvnnuuuiUiuuuiiv i
?*"".'". Furniture I
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS.
John E. Wood's Furniture Store
FARWELL ESTATE
CITY, VILLA, FRUIT LANDS
G. M. SPROAT, Office, Cowan Blk
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