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The Mail-Heraia
Vol. 13-No 53
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
New Natural Balbriggan Shirts nud Drawers, shaped
felled seams, just the tiling for the*..' hnl days, At per
Garment 80c.
Flue Natural Balbriggan, alsu the .same quality, in
Black, extra nicely finished and shaped, well sewed, Pearl
Buttons,   At eHcl. 76c.
Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers in all weights. A
nice Summer line, all wool, verv light and nice for peoplo
who like to wear wool.   Al ench S1.00
Mid Weight Blue Marine Pure Wool. These are extra
nice.   You will like the feel.   At each $1.50
You will he interested in the following list of Crockery
Here is aline away below the usual prices. A splendid
chance for lhe thrifty housewife to stock up
They are all white in a raised fancy design, nenl and
pretty. You can buy theni in any quantity, You will see
by the list that you can make up a full dinner, tea or toilet
sett very cheap.
Plates—5 Inch, per dozen 70c.| b* inch, per dozen, 85:
7 inch, $1.00 per dozen; 8 inch, S1.23.
Cops and Saucers—per dozen Sfil.OO. Sugar Dishes,
"Oc. each. Cream Jugs 20c, eaeh. Berry Dishes, 50c, per
dozen. Vegetables Dishes, 60c. and 75c. each. Platters,
3 sizes, 30c., -toe, and 05c. Salad Bowls, 1.1c, 20c, .....125c.
Soup Plates, 1.25 per dozen. Pudding dishes, 20c„ 25c. and
30c. Jugs, 20c., 25c, 30c. and 35c. each. Wash Basins,
75c. each.   Water Jug, 75c,   Chamber and Cover, 76c.
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
As Provincial Veterinary Inspector and is Appointed
Dominion Deputy Commissioner of Live Stock.
Dr. Tolinie, of Victoria, the well
known veterinary resigned on July 1
trom tbe employ of the provincial
veterinary inspector,'to become Dominion deputy commissioner ot live
Btock. in succession to F. M. Logan,
who will l.eucelorlh give his undivided attention to the duties ol dairy
inspector lor the provincial government.
Besides acting bb live stock commissioner in this province, under the
direction ot Dr. Kutherlord, chief live
stock commissioner ot the Dominion,
Dr. Tolinie was also the chiel veterinary commissioner Ior the Dominion
in British Columbia,
Dr. Tolinie has already entered on
his new duties. He has heen engaged
tor more than a week in lecturing to
farmers' meetings en subjects pertaining to the raising and care ot horses
and cattle, and had also inspected the
newly constructed quarantine station
on the International boundary line
between British Columbia and Idaho.
The station has been placed in charge
ol a local inspector and will be
utilized to prevent diseased horses and
cattle Iron, entering B.C. Irom the
At the present time, a great number
of hones are being shipped into this
province from the other Bide and the
inspectors are now equipped with the
proper facilities for detaining diseased
horses and returning them to the
United States.
Remarkable Record by Homing
Blizzard on Mt. Temple—Member of Club Gets Frozen
Ears—Revelstoke Qualifies
Laguax, July fl (the Alpine club in
camp, Paradise Valley)—A party .....
der Peter Kautmann, the Swiss guide,
ascended Mt. Temple July 4. Bad
weather was found near the top, The
party climbed three hours in a Manitoba blizzard. One man's ears were
frozen, The ascent was made in live
hours and live minutes and the return
in two hours and twenty-live minutes,
Professor Fay, president ol the American Alpine club, F. T. Freeborn, representing the Appalachian club, and
Rodney I.. (llison, representing Mazn-
inas ol Washington, are in entnp.
Thirty-six have qinililied (or active
membership in the Alpine club tliis
year, including Mis Morrison and
Olms. McDonald ol Ilevelstoke.
Miss Duval, Miss Helen Mackay,
Miss Jean Barker ol Winnipeg, Mr.
Watt ol Toronto, Rev. Dr. Herdman,
Rev. J. R. Robertson, Dr. and Mrs.
Morrison and R. Haggtin all made the
ascent ol Mt. Temple.
$        Sawmill Supplies, Belting, etc.   Stanley's and Starrett's
Mechanics' Tools.   Simonds' and Shurly and Dietrich High
S Grade Saws.   Garden Tools in great variely.
»*        Paints and Oils, Kalsomine, etc
Plumbing, Tinsmithing and Electrical Departments in
Estimates given.   Job Work Done.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
Convenient Offices for Rent Upstairs.
Dealers in Hardware, Stoves and Tinwsre, Miners', Lumbermen's
and Sawmill Supplies, etc., Plumbing tnd Tinsmithing.
ty and Sawmill supplies, «., i,u,„u.„R ..,„ ..,    „.
,.. i., i.i ,*, iv iy il} iy 'j,' 'y 'y *y *y '.j,1 '.j,' >^' -X1 *y 'J. 'i' 'X 'X 'y iv *y 'J."
On Sunday morning last a flight of
22 pigeons ol the Vancouver Homing
Club were tlown at seven minutes
past live by Wm. Morris, Iiom his
residence, the birds covering the distance of 37fl miles in 7J hours, all
reaching the terminal city belore 1
p.m. The birds, when the baskets
were unstrapped, took a southerly
course crossing the loot hills of Mt.
Begbie before they commenced their
flight west. Mr. Morris has been very
successful with homing pigeons having
made some excellent records with Iiib
own birda. The next homing wil
take piace from Glacier. The record
gained on Sunday is remarkable thc
time taken beiug several hours shorter
than on any previous occasion.
Twenty-one Years ago its First
Transcontinental Train
- Started.
The Canadian Pacilic Railway has
just celebrated its twenty-first birthday, on that day twenty-one years ago
the first transcontinental  train  was
run over its road.    Since that time
marvellous changes have taken place.
The 4,051 miles ol track the company then owned haa grown to over
13,000, and this is yearly being added
to.    Its operations, instead ol being
almost entirely contined to Canada, as
they were in 188P, have beon extended
to Europe and Asia, and it is now the
pardonable boast oi the company that
Canadian Pacific Railway trains make
the hall circuit ot the globe, there
being a regular sei vice between Liverpool and Hong Kong, aud the distance
is covered in 29j days.    The  annual
earnings ot a  little over $10,000,000
twenty-one years ago have grown more
than seven-fold, and the comparatively
small battalion ot employees have so
increased   that   they   now   number
nea.ly 60,000.
The operations of the company
have broadened to include the housing
and caring for the travelling public in
handsome hotels trom New Brunswick
to British Columbia, as well as on
palatial steamships and trains, it has
its own commercial telegraph service
and express comp.iuy—just as it owns
its luxurious sleeping and dining cars
Heat Kills-Rich Coal Deposits
—Webster Resigns—Fierce
Storms —Camp Murder —
McBride's Mission.
Chicago, July 10.—Five people died
in Chicago yesterday Irom the heat,
Ten more werc stricken, and three ot
those may die,
Ottawa, July 10—Reports received
here slate that the exploring parties
sent out to the Rocky Mountains l.y
the Herman Development Company
of Montreal and Ottawa under Dr.
Dowling, geologist ul Ottawa, have
discovered rich coal fields near Yellowhead Pass, near where the Grand
Trunk Railway iB and tl.e Canadian
Northern preparing to cross the
Montkhai., July 10.—Hon. Mr. McBride, premier ot British Columbia,
denies most emphatically tbat he intends leaving the local lield lor federal
politics. He also claims to hnve gained
his point in England, declaring that
Lord Elgin and Winston Churchill
received him well and that the objectionable wording ol the bill struck out
so that Britisli Columbia can come
back at any future time.
Nklson, July 10.—Mr. VV. H. Bullock-Webster, Chiof ol Provincial
Police for West Kootenay, witii headquarters at Nelson, B. C, has Bent in
his resignation. It is his intention to
go into business,.
Lomon, July lO.—England has experienced one of the fiercest thunderstorms in yearB. Two persons were
killed and several others injured by
lightning, which created havoc in
many other ways, causing fires and
interference and breakdowns with electric installations.
Biiujon, B. C, July 10-As the
result ot a row in a Japanese camp
near thiB town, Kondo, a laborer, is
dead and his murderer, Y. Mikami, is
in jail awaiting the verdict o! the
coroner's jury.
Headquarters for  Tetley's Teas
Headquarters   for Tetley's Teas
Dwelling for Sale
Value $1650 OO
Sale Price. $1300 00
- in Rood locality
. Sheds, etc.
Dwelling and Lot, Second Street     .      ,
Dwelling and Lot, Second Street   .
Dwelling and Lots, Third Street ....
Lots on Second St„ east of McKenzie Ave., each
Lots on Third St., east of McKenzie Ave., each   .
Lots on Fourth St., east of McKenzie Ave., each
Lots on Fifth St., east of McKenzie Ave,, each   .
1—2 and 5-acre Blocks suitable fn.1 fruit,
.    21X1
,      175
.   IS)
Sax Fkaxcisco, July 9,—Eugene
Schmitz, Mayor of San Francisco, was
sentenced to five years in San Queutin
penitentiary by Supreme Court Judge
Dunne. He was convicted June 13th
of extorting $1,175 Irom French
restaurant keepers. As the last words
of the sentence lell the great crowd
sent up a thunderous cheer. "Good
Ior you," yelled a man at the back ol
tbe court room, Others took up the
cry, "Good, Good..' Hats went into
the air, men scrambled Ior chairs.
Newspaper photographers took Hash
lights. The scene wai the most exciting and dramatic witnessed in a
San Francisco court room since
pioneer days.
Funeral of   Capt.  Chas. G,
Bacher at Albany, N. Y.
We have received a communication
trom relatives ol the late Captain
Charles G. Bacher, who was killed on
the dredge here recently, stating that
the late Captain has been laid in his
final resting place. Cordial messages
oi thanks have been sent to the
Knights ol Pythias here and others
who attended tho luneral in Rovelstoke.
" Tbe body of Capt. Charles G.
Bncher who was killed at Revelstoke
on the 12th of June, arrived at Albany,
ngcars i N. Y., on June 28th, in moat excellent
It" has been a prime factor in the de-'c°"dition and re(lecte(1 *ml cmlit °"
velopment of the Western mining tlls undertaker who prepared tho re
industries, it has large irrigation works m»'"8 hr shipment to thc oast,
in the Wost, it is one ol tho greatest! "The M* wfta bron«ht t0 the rcsi'
landholders in the world; nud it is'denoe ot hw B,8ter- Mr8- M.F.Delahunt,
^"Ml ' Hudson Ave., and on Saturday morn
ing the last luneral services wero held
in the magnificent Cathedral ol the
Immaculate Conception and interment
was in St. Agnes' cemetery, the beautilul city ol the dead. Captain Bacher
sleeps today  on  the banks ol tbe
The above is ,-i Slx-Boou.ed Uot.st
with Fifty feet frontage, (>..o.l Fencing,
The owner does not live in Revelsloke and consequently needs money.
The actual cash value is as stated above and 81)50
cannot be mode easier than l.y buying this property.
We will loan you in. .ney to insist in the pm chase.
We have for sale 00 .ten's of choice lan.l on Cranberry Creek, rear Arrowhead, suitable for Fruit nnd
Horticulture. A man of enterprise can make a line home
and a splendid independence for himself and family on
tills properly.
Price—$80 per acre on good terms.
Ottawa, July 8.—The financial do-
pattment issued its financial statement,
lor the fiscal period ending March 31,
tuday. H showi a surplus or ordinary
account of $10,-127,107 and surplus of
$2,19*2,1.12 over all expenditures. The
net debt has been docreased by $3,371,-
000. The total revenue was $117,909,328
and the expenditure on ordinary
accounti $51,542,171 while the capital
expenditure was $15,234,625. Leaving
a« already said a surplus over all expenditures ol $2,192,000. Mr. Fielding
predicted a surplus over all expenditures ol $15,000,000.
A meeting ol L. O. L, No. 1858 will
he held in the Ipdgo room at 8 o'clock
on Thursday ovoning, July 11, Business of importance. All members aro
also requested to meet at tl.e lodge
room at 3 o'clock a..u. on tl.e morning ol tho 12th to march to the station
A special train will leave itation at
3:80 sharp lor Kelowna. All visiting
brethren cordially invited.   By Order,
Keep your eye on  Bews'
stock-watch the prices.
Ever gone to businesi and lound
your biiiincis gone ? That may happen at any timo and it will be 'powerful" unpleasant II you carry no lire
insurance. By placing your risk with
the non-combine companies you get
unquestionable icourity at lowest
ratei. Apply to thc Agent, R, A.
Following is the score sheet ol July
Lieut. II- A .Brown
Strut. I" »• whi-clor..-
PltII. Mullltolland....
lit.T. A. Pane    	
BtriuJu. nonni.1   •
Pit Win. Melnviuir.)-.
Pie, W. Mood
He. W. 8avldo.it
.   «
. -a
. 'is
. %
. ui
.   18
.   U
. w
IWO Total
11       81
one ol the potent immigration agencies whose efforts to people Canada
have met with splendid substantial
results. The amazing growth ol the
Canadian Pacific may be indicated by
a lew statistics, which show how the
equipment has been added to during
the past twenty-one years,
Mileage *.661
Locomotives   372
First and   second-class.
passenger   cure, colonist and baggage care,  SOI
Sleepers and diners     47
Parlor and ollicial cars,.    27
Freight and cattle can.8,253
Conductor's vans    17H
Boarding cars, elc     71
Steamships       ;t
Tbe number of passengers carried
in 1880 was 1,899,319, and tho tons ol
freight wen) 2,040,196, The returns
for the year just closing are not
available, but they will show a heavy
increase over Inst year's whon 7,753,323
paisengors and 13,933,798 tons ol
Iroight wore carried.
One transcontinental train nix times
awoekniotiill the requirements ol
travel in those days. Today there is
a double daily transcontinental sorvice
—the Imperial Limited and the
Atlantic and Pacilic Exprosses-the
"Over Sea Mail" carrying the Oriental
mails, and there has just been inaugurated another fast train, "the Trans-
Canada Limited," which will cross
the continent in shorter tune than
anv train on any other road in America H will bo the tastost long
distance train in the world. The time
occupied between Mortreal and the
Pacific Coast will be nearly two days
historic Hudson that calm and peace
Iui sleep,
"Untorgetting hearts and loving
hands scattered on his grave in rich
prolusion beautilul llowers and there
too were placed the floral tributes Irom
Iriends in far away Uevelstoko, which
although withered, bote teslimoney
of tl.o friendship ol his associates.
His g ....loess ol heart, liis kindness to
all, his loyalty to friendship will not
s.ioii bo lot-gotten."
$3.75 TO
And Return.—Celebration of
Glorious Twelfth, — Revelstoke Brethren and Friends
Leave at 3:30 Sharp.
The Interior Orangemen and their
Iriends will celebrate the 12th ol July
this year nt Kelowna The C.P.K.
have arranged for a special train to
leave thc depot here at 3.30 o'clock
sharp on the morning ol tho 12th
(Friday.) The fare lor tbo round trip
is $3,75, being ono ol the cheapest
excursion lares ever granted in the
interior, being less by $1,50 than a
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes. Etc.
A G E N T  F O R
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first a Op.
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Hnnirlioa it. llm I'r...luces ul Mfiiili lm. Aiii.-rifi. Hi..l.iit.-li"wft!M
llrili*!. i .iiiiiiiii: i Ontario, Quebec.
Oapltal Paid Up
Reserve Fund
li. it. Wii.kik, President
^^^^^^^ S4,700,000.00
llnx. It. J.M-'Ki.Av, Vice-President,
Pacilic Coast will bo nearly two days T,    Inde|„na01lt Baud
le88 by thi. new service than  it  w.s «   ^ «        ^
twenty-one years ago.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United states ami
Europe.  Special attention given to Collections,
Savings Department
Deposits recolved and Interest allowed dl current rate from date
of opening account, und compounded four nines a yenr.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C. A. E. Phipps, Manager.
Ti Mmrni al G.  B. Choco-     Don't torget that your prescription Cbc flfoatl4)eralb.
■1 would . . . earnestly advUe them lor
their pood to order thi* pap»-r to th- punctually
served up. and to be lucked upon as a pail ol
the tea equipage.**--.Adduox.
done what they wero asked to do, it i*
up to tl.e people to do their par;
Ke.-p the city clean and pure, dest.o.
your garbage and do away witii vand
ing ivater and mosquitoes will find it
a hard task to make a living at
A reduction in the city light rate
hi- been promi.ed by the council, on
condition that the contract is made
with the C. P. R. lor light and power
at 5c. and 2Jc. respectively and when
the new plant is inst illtd. This move
on the part ot the city council will
meet with general approbation, and it
is only (air to add that credit is due
to the civic authorities for coming to
thii conclusion. In giving the C.P.R.
light and power at lhe above mentioned rates it cannot but be admitted
that these ratoj. Hre low, very low to
allow ol even a small margin ol profit,
perhaps none at all and the council,
while they have reluctantly decided
on this contract, have willingly
and spontaneously passed the resolution which will result in tbe
people as well, sharing in the benefits
of the new plant, lor the installation
ol which they have just pledged tbe
water md light rates and who will
on July 23 be called upon to turtt.er
sanction the pledging of the credit of
the municipality at large, as additional security.
The by-law has again been put into
shape, and is now being advertised,
and will as requested by the Board ol
Trade and finally decided upon by
the council be put belore the people
oi. the 23 of this month. It iB our
desire to impress upon thc people that
the rates given to the C. P. R. are low,
but tbe railway company will not
countenance any higher and are apparently indifferent as to whether the
city come to terms with them or not.
It has been the wish oi the Board ol
Trade, which we take it, have the
interests ol the general public at heart
and are working solely for the good ol
tl.e people in their representations,
that the C.P. R. be met at their
terms, and that the people be judges
af what they themselves want on July
23, The council have very justly
argeed that the people have as much
right or even more so than the C.P.R.
to any reduction oi rates and to
further the carriage of thc by-law have
promised the public a lower scale ior
light. Toe citizens will see therefore
ti.at by carrying tlie by-law they will
secure a valuable asset to the city, an
asset that will encourage the establishment ol industries in Revelstoke and
ad-1 largely to tbe development and
increase ot tbe municipality; that they
wiil have tbe C. P. R. as customers,
and being on good terms with this
corporation will do themselves far
more good than by bucking it and acting in opposed antagonism, and that
they will accrue direct benefit to
themselves in tbe promised reduction
of light rates. Thus it may be said
that the city has nothing to lose in
the proposition, but that both sides
should give and take a little, and far
more good can he done by agreeing
peaceably than by a continual dickering and squabbling.
A rumor has been current on the
mainland this week, says the Victoria
Tinies. to the effect that the government had in contemplation the withdrawal Irom the market ot all the
unslaked timber land in the province.
It was stated that the scheme would
come into effect at once, and that the
wholesale speculation which has been
going on for munths would th'refore
come to an abrupt termination.
Capt. Tatlow, acting premier, was
asked if there was any foundation Ior
(uch a rumor, It ie evident Irom his
statements that ii such a line ol procedure has been considered that nothing will be done until lhe return ol
tne premier. Tbe minister ol finance
is ol the opinion that while this land
can be acquired under the provincial
statute"., comparatively cheap, yet
there is grave doubt aa to much of ii
being ol any rea! value for timber, and
that the government ii therefore
receiving rental on property which
after a report by a Competent cruiser,
would not be beld or taken up aa tin.-
ler land. This, of courie, all goes to
Bwell thc coffers of the province government, values which are in some
initances mythical.
The alternative which bae been Bug
geited is the auctioning ol the timber
in blocks limilat to the method pursued in Ontario.
8ince the Council has taken active
and effective measures to exterminate
mosquitoes by means ot coal oil, the
belt aud Eurest remedy, although
perhaps a htti- expensive, it ii now
the duty ol the Cltlwni to do their
share and to see that no refuse or
garbage is lelt lying aliout, stagnant
water standing in or near their
premises either on swampy ground
or in receptacles of any kind, which
are lure means ol breeding then,
petti,  Now that the Council have
Stirring Sermon by Rev. W. C.
The members ol L, 0. L. 1058 at
ended divine worship in St. Andrew'o
Church ou Sunday evening laBt. Wild
llowers neatly arranged along the front
oi tl.e platform, and rosea with a fine
display ol orange Iill ies on the communion table and pulpit lent a pleasing  appearance  tu  tho  comfortable
mrch. Tho choir under llie leadership of R, N, Doyle, led the service ol
praise, the congregation joining heartily iu the singing. During the service a duett was nicely reudered by
Mr, Robert Taggart aud Miss Maclntyre.
Rev. Mr. Calder took as his toxt,
Luke 1, 71, U, 72: "That we should
he saved Irom our enemies and Irom
ll.e hand ol nil that hate That l.e
would grant unto us, that wc, bei. g
delivered out ol the hand ol our
enemies, might serve him without
fear, in holiness and righteousnesB
before him; all the daye of our life,"
The enemies referred to in the passage
the preacher pointed out were the
sins and temptations, both outward
and inward, ol the individual and the
oppression ol the nation, Tbo prayer
of Zaoharius was applicable today for
the Orange Atsocintion had its enemies. Once ngain time had brought
us nround to the celebration of the
"glorious twelfth," which marked the
settlement upun a sure inundation of
our civil and religious liberty. The
Orange Association stood for patriotism, liberty and progress. It was a
political religious society and as such
I.ad its enemies. It's first great enemy
was political Rome. The Orange
Association was not opposed to Roman Catholics iu their religion, for it
claimed equal rights and privileges (or
all, but to that ultramontane spirit
which sought to wrest from us our
liberties and to bring our country
into bondage to the Papacy. The
Papacy lelt ub in no doubt ol this as
it was bold in advancing its claims ol
supremacy in the spiritual and temporal affairs ol the world. Wherever
Rome ruled there was the ruin of all
liberty. We stand opposed today to
its well understood designs ns regards
the land we live in and love. Where-
ever Rome had the power she crushed
out the religious hopes and aspirations
ol a people and reduced the natives to
ignorance and servitude. This is not
a story ol the p.tBt but is what is being
enacted under our eyes today the
world over. In illustration of this
Mr. Calder quoted the action ol tlie
Papacy in crushing out the liberties
of the people ol Madagascar. The
ruthless destruction ol Protestan missions, and the wholesale confiscation
ol property under the authority of the
government ot France. He referred
to Ireland, emphasizing the (act that
l'ncst rule waB Ireland's bane, this
being demonstrated by the recent defeat through tlie priests of the efforts
of tbe Campbell-Ban.lerimtn government to relieve the distressing conditions in that unhappy land. We have
in our own land the same fateful hand
at work. With the leverage ol 43 per
cent ol the population of this country
Rome com...auds governments through
the franchise. Sheclaimstliislai.il
for herself and uses her great power lor
the subversion o! the liberties ot the
people, Her great strength as well as
her great weakness lieB in the celibacy ol the priesthood aud the Confession. In Ihe one, removed from the
influence of domestic life, she possesses
a devoted instrument to her hand, and
through the Co.ilession she controls
the people. We need iu this land an
institution which -hull keep alive the
memories ol tlie past and contend for
the principles of civil and religious
liberty. Another enemy from which
we need lobe delivered is partyism.
The Orange Association to be the
power in this land for good, must set
its principles first, and rise superior to
the ties an.l influence of party. With
a divided Protestautism and a powerful Roman vote, governments cannot
but be subservient to the influence of
the Papacy. We have our enemies
amongst Protestants In the Liberal
', party who hate us tor our supposed
leaning! to the Conservatives. These
are the timid Protestants who dislike
'. us for lear of offence to our co-religionists. We have as our enemies
our personal sins and temptations.
We have suffered in the past through
| these enemies, it is lor us to seek .le-
deliverance  Irom then, today.   As we
live up to our principle! ws ihall be
; able to overcome them. At the coming celebration it is for us to remem-
l*r this not looking upon sin as a
light matter because they may he our
' pi rion.il ones Mr. (alder doled his
• stirring and instructive address by an
eloquent peroration concerning the
1 nobleness ol the Orange order. While
there arc grand orders in existence
and some that arc older the Orange
Association is the grandest of all. It
rallys around the Christian religion
and men join it lor principle and in
doing so make their sacrifice!, The
Orange drum as it rings out its
note on the (ilorious Twellth, is not
tlie note of defiance or of ill will but
the throb nl that instinct nl liberty
and freedom v. Inch has behind it tlio
story ol the sufferings an.I struggles ol
the past and tl.u untold blessings ol
Ihis goodly land which it js ours to
preserve and hand down to our children.
Alter the service the Orange brethren returned to tho lodge room and
patted a vote ol thanks to Rev. Bro.
Calder for hii eloquent address.
One pack*!
hu actually
killed a bmhsl
•f flits.
DHuetm, Mtoouti «n man itdres
10*. DW paokot, or S paekota far IBc.
will lasl a wholo MMOn.
Local Rovelstoko
Socialist Party of Canada
Meets Firsl an.l Tl.ir.l Weiluesiliij- in the montli
Selkirk Hall, upstairs, at8 ...in. sui.i.-.-t fur
Clissi.ili -"Arriiiiignie.it ol Capitalism.     All
lliHC .
Intonated aro welcome
C. W. 0. W.
Mountain Vlsw Camp, No. 219.
Meets Second anil Fourth Wc.lnes.laj'8 in
...t.-ll .iiiiiiiii, III Selkirk Hull. Visiting Woo •
inc.. cordially invited to attend.
w. li. ARMSTRONG, Con. Com.
H. W. EDWARDS, Work.
F. 0. E.
Tho regular meltings are hold ... tho Selkirk
Sail every Tuesday evening at 1 o moon, vis.i-
lint brethren are ci.rdi.illy invited.
H   A. BROWS, l'HEsim-:XT.
W. E. McLADCHLIN, Sbobbtaet,
Kootenny Lodge No. 13 AT, ft!A.M.
-*»    •?,?*. The regular meet-
\*,»—*-A-£ "\ tngs are held In the
Masonic Temple,
jd.l Follows Halt.ou
llie third Monday In
f-iiifli month at S
p.m. Visitingbroth-
ren cordially wel
^ come
SELKIRK LODGE NO 12, 1.0.0. F.
MceU. every Thursday
ovoning in Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cor-
  dially iuvllcd to attond
Cold Range lodge, K. of P.,
No. 16, Revelstoke, B. C.
ex'-ept Third Wednesday of
each month, in the Oddfellows'
Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
Knights are cordially invited.
0. H. BROCK, K. ..I R. & S.
H. A. BROWS, M. ol F
We have now bought out the
premises ol Charlie Ling, Lot No.
Five (5), Block One (1), and intend opening up a General
Chinese Store.
Arrowhead, June lllth, 1907,
Lei; Bon, Manager.
Deer Heads, Animals, Itirils, Eisli, {Etc.,
....inmi Ki-.fl Mounted,
1> t). Box!..
Rtudlo: Cornerol ElrstSt. and Boyle Ave,
Revelitoke. B. 0.
That's Royal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory west Of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washing are easy with itshelp.
And the money saving is the
Premium System
Book'et tells what we give for
Rova! Crown Wrappers, Send
for ii—Free—Also try the
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
Incur pom tod by Act cf Parliament, 18"i5.
Wm. Molbon M.acimikksiin, Pies, S. H. Ewing, Vice-Pres.
Jamks Elliot, General Manager,
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two branches in  Canada and  Agencies  in  all parts uf the
Interest credited font- times a year at curre.it rates on Savings
Bank deposits, until further notice.	
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Revelstoke, B. C.
Bring Your Purse
Along With You
to mu- Sl..i-e if you want to put-chase
a New ai-pet, Fine Oriental or Wilton rug, matting or linoleum and see
how much further its contents will
take you in purchasing than it will at
any other store in the city. Our
Spring styles are ready for youi'
Import direct from Country ol origin.
HEAD OFFICE: Caloahv, Aldkhta.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
I'itI; Packers and Dealer In Live Stock. .Market, in all the principal ("ities and
Towns of Alhcrta. liritish uuiumbla ami the Yukon. Packers of the Celebrated Brand
"Im ur or " Ham. ami Ruco.i, antl Hhammck llraml, Leal Lara*. A
For Affriculturiil Implements. Carriages, Wagona'i Etc., -John
Doere Ploughs, Moline Wagons, Canada Carriago Company's
Buggies, Planet jr., Garden Sooders aud Cultivators, Wheelwright and Blacksmith Work attended to. Horse Shooing ft
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Central Hotel
^a___REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
Newly built.     First-claes in every respect.   All modern conveniences
Large Sample. Rooms.
Rales $1.50 per Day. Sped I Weekly Ratei,
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
su'iably furnished with the choicest the
mmket afoids. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $i a day.   Monthly rate.
To Buy Property in aw1 Around
Never Again will it be 90 Low
I haw lor *.,',•   if.- -       -    .
On.- Cottagfii irles and
Douglas St.   $8oo, • .-    .-rm-..
Two 11 uses,   rtiird Sl
One   ii--;*!-,   corner  King and
Fronl 5u.   fl - •■
Oni* House,in Doug
Bight Acres
Limits, suil ible forl   I   I   o per
.in--..   Together wiih i.-irgrr lots
of Fn.it I......I* near the - -
Alsu one -'s fool i.-i lullabls for
business she on Pirsl Street, . loie
... Mi Ken/a- Ave.
For lull particulars soph
Revelstoke, B. C.
Queens ftotel
Best brands cn Wines, Liquorsand Cigars.   Travellers to'=^"|
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
CHIEF  YOUNG,        -        -       Proprietor
Under   New   Management)
ROBT    LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   C.
r.r-'-clan accommodation for travellers.
Besl i.randfl ol Wines, Spirit*, antl
RATES   $1   AND   $1.50   PER   DAY
Furniture, Pianos, or Merchan-
dise,9tored i n dry-well-built warehouse in convenient location.
Ileal Efstateatid Insurance Agont
Kevelstoke, il. C,
W A N T E I)
ININOBOOM mm. u.wtki-
■\pply Victoria II. i.-l.
ANTED   \   dining room girl.
[..■Inini Hotel, Nakii-p, 831 per
T^)TTli7\TirT~Hi.uiiiii.'i..ii Type.
J' writer, coil $1211. Will i.>lffnr
■Jin. Apply Lawrence ilardn ..--■ 11.
l/iok sai.i-; ii.....I work horses:from
J' I In i in if. libs., and a few general purpose horses, well broken, that,
would innk.. good delivery teams.
Please lei me know your requirement!
■E, A. Haggen, Revelstoke, It, 0,
WANT KI) Kv.-.y...... having a
home to lell nr rent in lift it.
with me. I am flooded with enquiries
fnr house properties, Phone, call, or
drop me a card with full description
....I purchase prioe, nr rent required.—
K, A. Hngg.u., It.'.il Eitate .md Insurance Agent, Revelitoke, It. 0,
ANTED  A Waitress, apply al
Hotel Ri'vi'lutok...
M......lact..re.l In' all lllUellof l...lldl..«s
All kinds of  ImiMiitgiiii'l i-lii-lnrilitf
Halcyon Hot Springs rJamGS    EvaLlS
Janitarlum. mj MMET
li.al.-r. in Heel, I'nrk, Mutton,
Poultry, Kish and Game in
iSi-annti. Orders promptly at-
tended to,
FirstSt. Revelstoke
Under i if-- new management of
IIahkv McIntosh,     .il... iu   House
mil*.; MEDICAL WATSR8 -f Hal-
1.   cyon a... tl..- mosl   iirat.iv.. [n tbe
world.   A p.-i-l'-f', r. itiii.il .......'.ly lm
..11 Nervoui f....l  Muscular  diseases,
Liver, Kidney iml Stomach ailments
ne! Metal!!.   Poisoning,   A hi.re cure
.... "Tli.it. Tired Feeling." Hpi'.iul
rates nn all hoats and trains. Two
n.aila  airive an.l .1.   sit every   day.
Teiegra h  comnran atlon  with  all
marts of the world.
Tkh.mn   J12 I . $1S per week,   F..r
further particulars apply to
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrotu l.akr. B, C
NotlcS Iff hereby flVM Hml. HO dayn ufler Hatn I
in''ml to apply i" th'' I liini.ru i,|i', tfie Chief {Com*
mlisloner al LuiiIm nml Wnrks for pflrmlmion to
purchue tht fniinwiim ileKrlhod ItndiiittnatQfl
on Upper Anow Uko, Dlitrlctof Weit Kootonayi
Cotntnonptng at a prwl planted ill. thn H K
cornor of Kniith Blmpion'i nppllOAtlon, Hkhich
I'to rhaltiH  iiiirt.lii'ii*'. ■ i".   foliowliiK  tlm l."'"*
shore in Galena liny; tnpnoe dmwi 10 ohaln»t
Minion MdiilhwiHlril.   Hi/) i-imliiN pnriiHi'llnx
l.nlc* "linn ; Ho ti'<-  M)llth   .''i'-lm ur   U) pOlltt Of
i-iin mi (in im i nc nt, utnl (iimiiiiiiliiK 117 -OHM, tnoi'o
or Iim
dated Arrowhead, it. i\, ,Uiw 1, if-jt-
JiinWuftt A, VV. DlOKlNBONi
Atfont for Uuib-Watson Lumber Co, Ltd,
Ko Im li hereby given iiniifiodavi Irom date
; I micn-l to apply tO Hi" HunouraliU Ilia mirf
('onmlnionor ol Lcndl ami Works (or per-
mi sion to pofObiH the f'lllowinf doffsrlMd
I lain)*, slt-i-itKil nt Qllona Hay, In Wot Konto
| i,;iy rllstrl. Lj
uomnenolng at a pout marki'd "W. It, Kffld'l
ionin*oi it oorner poit-" sn I plantod t" ohainit
noulli Iroin th.i nofth'WMtOOrnMoi C. Henh's
l,ol"ifia. Ih''ni'i  wi"U Bi ••dalil**, llii'tii-** north
ill ohalm, iheneeeast at ohalni, thenoe smith
iOobfflni to pointol oommeooentent, ami i-on-
lalnlOf 80 Iflrei morn or less,
DfttW May«nd, IW.
sat rny A W. H. MID
Notick is hereby given that tOdum after
duto I inteml to aoply lo Mm lion, lhc
i hlif Commlanlonor of binds and Wnrkn for
iei mi ■ -i"ti Ii) pui-i'liii-ii* lhu following ili'-crihiil
IuiiiIh, Hii.unti-ii in woat Kitoinim)*:
OotnoiQDfllDI at a post, plantod <0 chain*
wtiHt of illitnl Hay,  marked  H, M. IWh north-
eait eornor poi-t, itn-in* ih h rhuniH, west
HindiHim. north HO chains, cant HO chaini to
pnlnl ol niiiitiii'in'nni'f'Ht,
Dated June6th,IW7.    «jl_    P.M. RAE.
First-Class Logging and Mining
Boots mnde to order.
Hand-Sewn Logging and Team
Ilaancss a speciality.
All kinds of Tack Straps and
Tie Lines stocked.
Opposite the Union Hotel
No Seedless Plums; No Pitless
Apples; No Cobless Corn,—just old
reliable varieties at reasonable prices.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumpi
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Oldest estatilishril nu.sery on the
mainland ol B.C.   Catalogue Iree,
P.S.—If your local merchants do
not handle my seeds, send direct.
We prepay filty packots, assorted
varieties of garden feeds in 5c. papers
(tested stuck), to your nearest post
office Ior $1.00, twenty packets Ior 60c.,
trial collection.
25c. to 50c. on the £
Your Grocery, Clothing
Drygoods and Shoe Bills
WE PAY FRCICHT to any railway station
in Western Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta aud British Columbia.
Write lor our Latest Price List, ii is
mailed Iree on request.
We only handle thc Jbest goods money
can l.uy, only goods of hesl mills, manufacturers and packers shipped.
We make Prompt Shipments.
We absolutely guarantee satisfaction
and Delivery.
All Coods Guaranteed or Money Refunded.
tt is a duty to Vou, to Your Family and
to your Pocket Book to investigate our
We do not belong lo lhe Jobbers' or
Retailers' Guild or Association or any
References : Any Rank, Railway or
Express Company in the City, or the
names of twenty thausand satisfied customers in the lour provinces.
Write for Our Price List To-day.
Northwestern  Supply  House
239 and 261 Stanley Street
Full line ol Groceries and Dairy
Produce, Men's Supplies, Etc,
Fresh stock always arriving at
lowest prices.
(Limited Liability).
the annual meeting of tlie shareholders of
The Prince Mining and Developmenl
Company, Limited Liability, will be he'll
at lhe Company's Offices, First Street,
Revelstoke, B. C, on Wednesday, the
ScventeenthdayofJi.lv. A. D., 1907, at
Ihe hour of eight o'clock in Ihe afternoon,
for thc purpose of electing officers for Ihe
ensuing year, and for all other put-poses
relating to Ihe management of lhe Com-
AND TAKE NOTICE that at lhc said
meeting it is pruposed lo amend the
by-laws by reducing lhe share qualification of the directors lo such number of
shares as lhe meeting dc-.ns fit.
The Transfer Rook of I he Company will
he closed during the fourteen days imme
dia.ely preceding the meeting.
Daled at Revelstoke, B. C, Ihis 17th
day of June, 1907,
J, T. LA.no, W,  B,  RUDERTSllN
Presidenl.   3-17 J)'      Secretary.
By-Law No.
WHEREAS It is deemed ncccHsary
and expedient In ihe Interest of the
City ..f Revelstoke that the present
electrical plant of the City should he
Improved and extended by tho addition
of an electric power dynamo and
i'f|iii|iiiii-iil it.clu.ling necessary auxiliary plant 1
AND WHKHEAHtodefray the cost
thereof it will be ne.Tssarv to borrow
lhe sum of Thirty thousand (|HO,OCi).0f))
Dollars which theOounoll proposes to
raise hy tlie issue of debentures secured
upon the rates and charges which are
chargeable and enforceable for the
user of water and electric light under
the "Water and Electric Light Regulation lly-Uiw 1003, and the Municipal
Clauses Act j"
AND WHEREAS the estimated
amount of the aaid rates and charges
ohargeahle a>*d enforrenliti* for lhe
year in which this llv Law is pa.si'd
Ls $32,(XK).0U;
AND WHEREAS n-. «>.n>uiil "f
money is now charged .upon ihe said
rates and cha.-g.'-l
AND WHEREAS Ilia debt liereliy
crealed is on the security of the aaid
water and electric light rates and
charges and ia furlher guaranteed by
the Municipality at lnrge;
AND WHEREAS fm the payment,
of the said principal money and interest during the currency of the said
debentures it, is necessary to set aside
and withdraw f.nn. the annual current
revenue derived from aaid water and
electric light roll ■:-... id charges annually
the ami) of $232281; the spuoiflo annual
sum required for lln* payment of interest heing $1.*)(K).IKI and for tl.e payment
of the debt the sn... 1 if $S22.S4;
AND WHEREAS the estimated
deficiency ... the suid rates and charges
required In mnke up (hi* amount of the
a11nu.1l Interest ami linking fund upon
the debt hereby created is nil;
Be il therefor.* enacted by the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the
City of Revelstoke as follows:
1. The sum nf $:<0,<X«I.OO shnll he
expend.al in improving and extending
the electrical plant of the City .is
aforesaid an.l it. shall be lawful for lhu
Mayor of the Corporation of lhe Oity
of Rev.■Isl uke to borrow on the credit
and security of the said rates and
charges l.y way of debentures hereinafter mentioned fnnn any porsnii or
persons, body or bodies corporate who
may h.i willing to advance the same, a
sum nol exceeding in lhe whole the
sum of Thirty thousand dollars and to
cause all such sums so raised and
received to l.e paid into the hands of
thc Treasurer of the said Oity for Hie
pm poses and with the object hereinbefore recited,
2. It. shall be lawful for the snid
Mayor to cause any number nf debentures to be made, executed and issued
for such sum or sums as may he
required for the purposes and objects
aforementioned not exceeding however the sun. of $30,1X10.00, each of said
debentures being of the denomination
of One Ihuusiind doll.,rs nnd all such
debentures shall he sealed with tho
seal of the Onrnorat'on of the Cily of
Revelstoke nnil signed by the Mayor
and Olerk thereof.
8, The said debentures shall bene
date the First dayof August, 1907, ..ud
shall he. made payable in Twenty-live
years from the said date in lawful
money of Canada at the office of Ihe
Molsons Bank at Revelstoke aforesaid,
which place of payment shall be designated l.y snid debentures nnd shnll
have attached to them coupons for the
payment of interest and the signature
to the cuupons may hc either written,
printed, stamped or lithographed.
I. Thc said debentures shall benr
interest, at the rate of Five (5) per
centum per annum from tl.e dnte
thereof which Interest shnll he payable
semi-annually at the offlce of the
Molsons Bank at Revelstoke aforesaid
in lawful money of Canada on the
First day of February nnd the First
day nf August respectively in each and
every year during the currency thereof
and it shall he expressed in said debentures and coupons to be so payable,
5, It shall bu lawful for the said
Mayor to negotiate and sell the snid
debentures or nny of them fur less
than par but tn no case shall the
debentures or any of them bc sold for
less than ninety-live per centum of
their face value including the cost uf
negotiating and sale, brokerage nnd
othcr necessary expenses,
6, For the payment of the said debt
there shall be set n»lde and withdrawn
each year during lhe currency nf snid
debentures from the nnnunl current
revenue of the municipality as derived
from the said water and electric light
rates and charges the sum of $822.81
and such sum shall he transferred from
the annual current revenue account
and paid into a special account to form
a sinking fund for the purpose mentioned herein,
7. For 1 he purpose of paying the
interest upon the said debentures as
same becomes due nnd payable there
shall he set aside and withdrawn ench
year from the annual current revenue
of the municipality ns derived from
said water and electric light rates and
charges Ihe sum of $1600.00 which sum
shall be transferred from the annual
current revenue account and paid into
a special account for such purpose and
to bo disbursed as and when the instalments of interest become due.
8. During the currency of said
debentures the said rates and charges
to the extent aforesaid shall not form
part of the annual revenue of the
0. It shall be lawful for lhe Municipal Council from time tu lime tn
repurchase any of the said dehentti.es
at. such price or prices as may be
mutually agreed upon and all debentures so repurchased shall forthwith
be cancelled and no re-issue of any
such debenture or debentures shall be
made in consequence of sueh repurchase,
10, As .id.lii iniitil security the credit
of the Municipality at large in hereby
pledged for the payment uf the annual
interest and sinking fund required fnr
tint extinguishment uf tbe debt
crealed hy this By-Law and the
Municipality he..by guarantees payment of the same.
II. This By-law shall come Into
force nnd take effect on the Thirtieth
day of July. 1H07.
12. This By-Law may be cited for
all purposes an the "Water nnd Electric Light Rates Loan By-Law 1007."
Read a Hrst time the 8th day of
July, 1007.
Rend a second time tho 8th day of
July, 1007.
Read a third time and passed the 8th
day of July. 1907, with the unanimous
consent of the Council.
Received Ihe assent of the electors
the day nf , 1007.
Reconsidered and Dually passed and
adopted hy the Council the day
of -t WOT.
TAKE NOTICE that the above lea
true copy of the proposed By-Law
upon which the vote of tlie Municipality will bc taken at the City Hall, corner of McKenzie Avenue and Second
Sireet, Revelstoke, B. 0„ on Tuesday,
July 23, 1907, between the hours of 9
u'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock, p,....
Clerk of tbe Municipal Counoil,
\ I
We have a few lots left at $100 each.   These are close in
and we guarantee them all perfectly level.
They will be on the market for 30 days only.   Prices will
be advanced in the course of a few days.
Lethbridge is fast becoming on important city and its
future prosperity is assured.
Buy now and get in before the advance.
Three Railways,   yast  coal deposits, and best wheat
lands in Alberta.
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
Parliamentaiy,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Chas. Murphy.
Haroui Fisher
Ilarristera, .Solicitors, Ktc.
EliVEl Sl'OKK »sn TROl'l" LAKE, II. U.
.;. K. uu.uk. F. ti. klliutt.
Omens: Im 'krial Bank Hi ick,  Hsvsl-
•rtusa, H. C.
Money to loan.
Offices: Revelstoke, a C.| Cranbrook, B C.
Quo. 8. HoOARTSB,
k. M. I'm kii am, J. A. Harvkt,
ltert.lr.tokc. a C,       ("ranrook, B. C.
J. M. Scott 1.L.1) W. I. Bridge.
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Monk*v to Loan
Soucitoi i fob Molsons Bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C,
A»s«vs ol >ll Ore., Simple. Ir; mull or express
receive prompt (mention.
Terms Moderate.
A....RESI      -      -     -     BOX 432 Ka!U>, B. C.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
^Mine Su.veying
McKknzik Avenue,
Box ll 3, Revelstoke.
(Member   American   Institute   of
Mining Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Mine Management, Examinations
and Reports,
Reports compiled, Plans and Blue
Prints of Land, Timber Limits, Mines,
Mills and Buildings prepared in shape
for submission to prospectiveinvestors
ur purchasers.
All Kinds of Light and Heavy
Hauling Undertaken
Dealer in Wood, Coal and Feed.
Phone 71. House Phone 7
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.  B.  WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
The City Council desires tenders fur
laying sidewalks.
Tenders tn reach the undersigned by
nnnn un Thursday, July llth, 11)07.
City Clerk.
Thirty .lays niter date I Intend lo apply to lbs
Licence Comml.Hlonnrs lur n I muster license ol
Ibe Qrind Hotol, Nakusp, to H. Li Hrnsl..
itf.sobery, II .;., Juu. I, inn.
It's a real pleasure
to own a Sunshine.
It's so easily regulated. Drafts work
perfectly—do just what you
expect them to.
The (ire is always under
control.   You
'///' from the floor above,
' if you feel a trifle chilly,
and a strong draft through the ashpit door is opened.
Fire immediately burns up
briskly. In a
few minutes you
can have as hot
a lire as you like on zero days.
And one just warm enough lo keep
the chilly feeling absent when a
thaw comes.
Fortunate is the man who owns
a Sunshine.
will be warm and
comfortable. Then
drop the chain again.
You see, it's not necessary to go
down to the basement and turn on
the drafts when you want a warmer
lire in the Sunshine.
Sunshine is a labor-saver u well
as a comfort-producer.
If your local dealer does not
handle the Sunshine, write direct
to us for Free Booklet,
BOURNE BROS*, - Local Agents
Revelstoke Land District.
Diatrict of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Gui tfprlsm Hedstromof
Revelstoke, H. ('., occupation Cruiser, intends
to apply for a special license over the following
described lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted about one
mile up the north-oust fork ol Five Mile Creek
and about two chains west of the trail. Five
Mile Creek being live miles above Carnes
Creek, and marked "Uus Eprlam Hedstrom's
8. E. corner." thence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thenre south 80 chains, thence
cast 80 chains to point of commencei_ent, con-
talning MO acres more or less.
2. Coinmeneing at a post planted about one
mile up the north-east fork of Flvo Mile Creek
and about two ohains wesl of the trail, Five
Mile Creak being five miles above Carnes
Creek, and marked "Uus Kprlam Hedstrom's
8. W corner," tbenee north 80 chain , tbence
eut 60 chalna, theme soutb 80chains, thence
west 80 chains .o point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres more or less*.
3. Commencingat a post planted about one
mile up the north-east fork of Five Mile Creek
and about two chains westof tbe trail, Five
Mile Creek being live miles above Csrues
Creek, snd marked "..ins Kpriam Hedstrom's
N.W. corner," tbence south W chains, thenco
east 80 chains, thenoe north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains to point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres more or less,
4. Commenolng at & post planted about one
mile up the north-east fork of Hve Mile Creek
and about two chains west of the trait, Five
Mile Creek bung Hve miles above Carnes
Creek, and marked "Gus Eprlsm Hedstrom's
N.E. corner," tbence south 80 chains, thence
wesi an chains, theuce north 80 chainB, thence
east80chains to pointof commencement,and
containing 640 acrei more or less,
Dated June IStb, 11)07.
wedjly 10      GUS KI'KIAM HEDSTROM.
Notice Is hereby given that 00 days ufter dnte I
Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Unds and Work* for permission tu purchase tie
following described lands, situate In west Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains
north of scuth'cnst corner of T.I. "uliiand
msrked "J. E. Johnson's north-weit corner
post," thenee east 80 chsins, soutb 80 ohains,
west 80 chains,north 80 chains lo pointol
Dated June Olh, 1007.
wed Jun 12 J. E. JOHNSON.
Notice Is heroby given that 60 days after date I
nti'tnl to apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of
Lands nnd Works for permission to purchase the
following described lands, situate tn West Kootenay District:
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains
nortb of south esst corner of T.L. 7016, and
mnrked "H.C.Morris's north-east corner poat,"
thencosouth 80 chains, west 80chains, nortb
80 chsins, east 80 chains to point of commence*
Dated Juno 6tb, 1907.
wed Juit 12 H.C. MORRIS.
All kinds of Green Vegetables ready for the Market.
Fresh local grown Strawberries $3.25 and $3,50 Per
Ripe Gooseberries ioc.
Per Lb.
Front Street, Revelstoke
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that A. M, Symons,of 8t. Leont
B c, occupation Miner, intends toapply for
special timber licenses over tbe following
described lands:
1. Commencingat a uos planted .it tbe N.
W. corner of Lot 8175 and about 20 chains west
of the middle fork of Fosthall Creek, west of
Upper Arrow Lake, and marked "A. M. Symons' S.E. corner," tbence north 80 chains,
theuce west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
tbence east 80 cliains to place of commencement, and containing 640 sores more or lens
2. Commencing at a post planted at 1-^eN.
W. corner of Lot 8175 and about20 ohains weit
of tbe middle fork of Fosthall Creek, west of
Upper Arrow Lake, aud marked "A. M. Symons' S.W. corner," thence north 80 chains,
thence east SO chainB, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains to place of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less
Dated June loth, 19J7.
8. Commencing at a post planted one mile
north aud 10chains west of the N.W. corner of
Lot 8175 and on tbe east bank-of the middle
fork of Fosthall Creek, west of Upper Arrow
Lake, and marked 'A.M.Symons'S h. corner,"
hence nort'i So chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence aouth 80 chains.thence east80chains
to place of commencement, and containing
640 acres more or less.
4, Commencing st a post plan ted one mile
nortb and 10 chains west of tbe N W. corner of
Lot 8175 and on the east bank of tbe middle
fork of Fosthall Creek, westof Upper Arrow
Lake, and marked "A,M,6ymonsH.W coruer,"
thence north 80 chains, tbence esst W chains,
tbence south 80 chains.thence west 80 chains
to place of commencement, and containing
64ii acres more or less.
5. Commencing at a post plauted one mile
norlh snd 70 chsins east of Lot 8175 and oue
mflc east of the east bank of the middle fork of
Fosthall Creek, west of Upper Arrow i.ake and
marked "A, M. Symons' s, W. comer," tbence
uorth 80 chains, thence east SO chains, tbence
soulli 80 cbaius, tbeuce west bO chains io place
of commencement, and containing 640 aeros
more or lets,
Dsted June 17th, 1907.
A, Commencingat a post planted at the N,
W, coruer of 1,7. 7336,and about60chains
west of the uortb fork of Foslhall Creek, 3
miles from tbe moutb oi tbe north fork, west
of the Cpper Arrow Luke, and marked "A. M.
Symons' N.E, corner," thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 cliains, thence north 80 chaius,
theuce east 8o cbaius to place of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
7, Commencing at a post plauted at the S.
W, corner of T. L. 7340, and 100 chains west of
the nortb fork of Fosthall Creek, and about 8
miles from tbe mouth of the north fork, west
ol Upper Arrow Lake, and marked "A, M. Sy<
iiioiib' 8. E, corner," thence north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, tbence south 80 chains,
thenceeast 80 chains to place of commencement, snd containing 640 acres more or less.
fl, Commencing at s post planted st the S(
W. corner T, L. 7338, about 40 chainB west of the
nortb fork or Fosthall Creek, about 4 miles
(rom tbe mouth of tbe north fork, wait of
Upper Arrow Lake, and marked "A.M Symons'
S, E, corner," thence west 80 chsins, thence
north 80 chsins, tbence esst B0 chsins, tbence
souih 80 chainB to place of commencement,
and containing 640 acres more or less.
Dsted June 18th, 1907,
wedjly 10     ANDREW MILES SYMONS,
Lillooet Land District.
District of Lillooet.
Take notice that John Manning Scott, of Kevelstoke, B. 0,- Barrister-at-Law, intends to upply
,for special licenses! over the following described
1. Commencing at a post planted about 400 feet
east of the north fork of Colton Creek and about
live miles nortl) of the east fork of Seymonr river,
Cotton creek being a tributary of the enst- fork of
Seymour river and marked ' John Manning Scott's
N.E. corner,"thence south 40 chain.ijtliencti weal
160 chains, thence north 40 clmins, thence east 160
chains to point of commencement, and containing
610 acres.  Dated June 10th, 1907.
2. Commeuelng at a post planted about 400 feot
east of the run li fork of Cotton Creek and about
five miles north of the east fork of Heymour river;
Cotton creek being a tributary of tlie east fork of
Seymour River, and marked "John Manning
Scott's S. E. cornor," thence north 80 chains,
thenee west 80 chains, thence smith 80 chains,
tlience east 80 chains to point of coinmencement
and containing 640 rores more orless. Out eil
June 10th, 1907.
Commencing at a post planted about one
mile west of the north fork of Cotton creek ami
about five miles north of the east fork of Seymour
river, Cotton Creek being a tributary of the oast
fork of Seymoui river, and marked "John Manning Scott's S. E. corner," thenca north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence soutb 80 chainB,
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement,
and containing 640 acres more or less. Dated
June llth, 1907.
4. Commencing at a post planted about three
miles up a small creek flowing from the east into
the nortb fork of Seymour river about ten miles
above the forks and marked "John Manning
Scott's N. E. corner,' thence sonth 160 chaius,
thence west 40 chains, thence nortb 160 chainB,
thence east 40 chains to point of commencement,
and containing 640 acres more or less. Duted
June Uth, 1907,
5. Commencing at a post planted about three
miles up a small creek flowing from the east into
the north fork of Seymour river, about ten m'les
above the forks and marked "John Manning
Scott's N. W. comer," thence south 160 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence north 160 chains,
thence weBt 40 chains to point of commencement,
and containing 640 acres more or less. Dated
June llth, 1907.
6. Commenolng at a post planted about three
miles up a small creek flowing from the east Into
the north fork of Seymour river about ten miles
above the forks and marked "John Manning
Scott's S. W. corner," thence north 80 chainB,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chafns to point of commencement,
and containing 040 acres more orless. Dated
June llth, 1907.
7. Commeneing at a post planted about 2\
miles east of the north fork of Seymour river ami
about j of a mile south of a small creek flowing
(rom the east into the north fork of Seymour river
and alwut thirteen mileB above the forks and
marked "John Maiming Scott's N. K. corner,"
thence soutb 80 chafns, tbence west SOohains,
tbence north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement and containing Ui) acres
moro or less.   Dated Junu Uth. I9U7.
8. Commencing at a post planted about 2^
miles east of the north fork of Seymour lliver and
aliout \ of a mile south of a small creek flowing
from the east into the north fork of Seymour river
about thirteen miles above the forks and marked
"John Manning Scott's 8. W. corner," thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains, tbence
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80 chainB to
point of commencement, and containing 840 acres
more or less.   Dated Tune llth, 1907.
9. Commencing at a post planted about 2j
miles east of the north fork of Seymour river and
about *i of a mile north of a small creek flowing
from the east into the north fork of Seymour river,
about thirteen miles above the forks ainl marked
"John Manning Scott's N. K. corner," thence
uouth 80 chaius, thence west 80 chains, thence
nortb 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 610 acres more or
less.   Dated June llth, 1907.
10. Commencing at a post planted abont 21
miles east of the north fork of Seymour river and
about J of a mile norlh of a small creek flowing
from the east into the north fork of Seymour river,
about thirteen miles above the forks and marked
"John Manning Scott's S, W. corner," thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
soutb 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 040 acres more or
less.  Dated June nth, 1907.
Itevclstoko Land District.
Dlstrictof West Kooleuay.
Take notice thai John Manning Scott of Revelstoke, B.C., Barrister, Intends to apply for
special timber licenses over the following described lands:
1. Commencing nl a post planted about
three miles west of tho Columbia Kiver and
about IH miles south of Smith Creek and
marked "J.M.8 'a S.W, corner," thonce north 80
chains, thence east 80 cliains, thenco soutli 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to point of comniencemont and containing Mli acres moro or
2. Commencing at a post planted about
three miles west of tho Columbia Riverand
about I'.i miles south of Smith Creuk and
marked "J.M.S.'s N K, corner," tlience south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, tbence north ?80
chains, tbence cost 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 010 acres more or
3. Commencing at a post planled ahout five
nr'os west of the Columbia River and 1} miles
south of Smith Creek and marked "J.M.S.'s
S.W. corner," thenco east 80 chains, thonce
north 80 chaina, thenco wost 80 chains, thonce
south 80 cliains to point of commencement and
containing 640 acres moro or loss,
4. Commencing at a post planted about flvo
mi'es west of the Columbia Hlver and 1} miles
south of Smilh Creek and marked "J.M.S:'s S.
K corner," tbenee nortb 80 chains, tbence west
80 chains, thenco south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to point of commencement,, and containing OiOocres more orless,
Dated May 22nd, 1907,
5. Commencing at a post planted about
miles west of the ('olumbia River and lj mile
south of Smith Creek and marked "J.M.S.'s S
W. coruer," thunce north 80 chains, thenco east
~ chains, thence south 80 clmins, theuce west
__ chains to point of commencement, and containing 610 acres moro or less,
0, Commencing at a post planted ah nil. seven
miles west of the Columbia River and Wt iniles
south of Smith Creek and inarked "J.M.S.'s S.E.
comer," tlience west 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, tbence south 80
ohains to point of commencement and containing
640 acres more or less,
7. Commencing at a post planted about eight
miles west of the Columbia lliver and at the forks
of Smith Creek, and marked "J.M,S,*s N.E. corner," tbence south 80 chains, tbence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to point of commencement and containing
640 acres more or less.
Datod May 23rd, 1907.
wedjun 12       JOHN MANNING SCOTT.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has
applied to llis Honour the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council under the previsions of the Rivers and
Streams Act. to clear and remove obstructions
from Frisby Creek iu the District of West Kootenay, British Columbia, from a point where it
empties into the Columbia River to a point on
said crock about 4 miles from tbe Columbia River
uud to construct and maintain booms at or about
the mouth of said croek aud in the Columbia
River adjacent thereto, and to attach booms to
the shore of Frisby Cieuk and said Columbia
River at said points, for holding, sorting and de*
liveriug logs and timber brought down said creek.
The lands to lie affected by the said work are
Crown lands and tbo lolls that are proposed to lie
charged aro such as may lie Hxoubya Judge of
the County Court of West Kootenay.
Dated this 16th day of June, 1907.
wedjnel9-IHId H, DONNELLY.
Vancouver Manufacturer needs good
men lo reprent tbe very latest novelty.
Agent, coining money. Get wise, sUrt
working for yourself. K\ "body buys on
sighl, I'rorils over one hundred per cenl.
Don't waste time asking foolish questions,
bul send one dollar for li.n-sl samples in
Space 4, 4J5 Granville Sl,,
Vancouver, B, C.
Revolstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that John Manning Scott, of
Revolstoke, B. C, .Barrister, Intends to apply
for special limber licenses ovor lhe following
described lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted at tho
north-east corner of Timbor Limit 8104 nnd
being about ,10 chains north of Qoldstream and
10 chains east of Cariboo Creek and markod
"J.M.S.'s S.K, corner,"ihenco west lOchains,
Ihence north 160 chains, Lhmico cast 40 chains,
thence south 160 chains lo pulnl of commencement, containing 61(1 acres more orless,
2. Commonclug at a post planted at tho
north-east corner of Timber Limit 8101, and
being aboul 30 ehains north of Uoldstrenm and
10 tthains cast of Cariboo Creek and marked
"J.M.S.'s S.W. cornur," thence oast 40 chains,
thence norlh 100 elinins, ihenco wost 40chains,
llienee south 100 clmiiis to poinl of uommuucO'
mont and containing Old acre* moro or luss,
Dated May loth, 1007.
3. Coinnieiiciiig at a post pluuted ubout 120
cbnins soulb from a post 2 miles un the south
fork of UoldHtream and marked "J.M.S.'s N.K.
oorner," thonco wesl 10 chains, Ihencu south 80
chains, tbonco east 120 chains, llionoo north 40
cbaius, tbonco west 80 chains, Ihouco north 10
chains to poinl of commeiicoinont and containing 610 acres moru or less.
4. Communcing at a posl planted about five
miles up tho north-east fork of Uoldstream and
about 10 chains cast of sumo and marked "J M.
S.'b S.K. coruor," thenco west 80 chains, Iheuce
north 80 ohains, thence cost 80 chains, tlionco
south 80 chains to poinl of commencement, and
containing 610 acres more or Iush.
5. Commencing at a post planted about one
milo up the north fork of Uoldstream and
marked "J.M.S,'s S.K. cornor," llienco north
40 ohains, thenco west 80 chains, thencu south
120 ohains, tbence cast 10 chains, thence north
80 chains, thenoe easl 40 chains to poinl of commencement and containing 610 ncres more or
6. Commonclng at a post planted aboul ouo
mile up tho norlh fork of Uoldstream nnd
mnrkod "J.M.S.'s S.W. oornor," thence north
40ohains, thonco east lOOchains, tbence south
40 chains, thenoo west 100 chnius to point of
commeucemeut und containing 040 acres moru
or less.
Dsted May 18th, 1907.
wedjun 12    JOHN MANNING SCOTT.
Notice is hereby given that 80 days after duto
Intend to  apply to tho Hon. Chiof Commit*-
sioner of Lands sod Works for a special llcouce
>ply to the Hon. Chief Commls-
 Bsnd Works for a special llcouce
to eut aud curry sway timber from the follow-
to cut ana curry away timher irom me following described lands, situatod in West Kootenay
Commencing at s post [planted 80 chsins more or
less In s westerly direction from the north-weBt
eorner of Timlier Limit 10112, thence 80 chains
east, thence 80 chains north, tbence westtolske
short, thence south along thu shore to place of
commencement, containing 640 acres mors or less,
Dsted June 17th, 1907.
wed j 19 A. Redding, Agent.
Notice is hereby given that 00 days afterdate I
Intend to apply to the Hon. the I iilef Commls*
sioner of Lands and Works for permission to pur*
chase the following descrilied lands, situated on
Galena Bay. Wost Kooteniy distriet:
Commencing at a post planted 20 chains south
from the S. \V. Corner of Lnt 6,140. and marked
"Geo. T. Newman's S. E. turner Post," thence
north 60 chains, tlienco went 20 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thenee west 20 chains, theuce
south 20 cltalns, thonce east 40 chains to [placu of
commencement, containing 160 acres moro or le
Dated at Arrowhead, June 1st, 1907.      wed j 6
Revelstoke Land Dislrict.
District of West Kootenay,
Take notice lhat I, Angus McCallum, of
Revelsloke, occupation Logger, intend to
apply for a special timber licence over (In
following described lands:
3, Commencing at a posl planleil al
the norlh-west corner of 1, L, No, 11209
and the south boundary of Railway Block
No. 365 and lying soulh of Tenderfoot
Creek and marked "A. McCallum's nuiih
easl corner posl," Ihence south Bo chaius,
Ihence west 80 chains, theuce north 80
chains, tlience east 80 cliains to [mini of
commencement, ami containing 640 acres
more or less.
Dated June 5U1, 1907.
wed je 12       Per A. C, M.K., Agent
days ufter dnte I Intend lo npplv lo tho
Chief Commlsslonor of Uuds and Works fora
special license to cut and carry uway timber
from tho following described lauds situatod In
West Kootonay 1 ■.Uriel: ,
Commencing at u post Inscribed "K Armstrong's H, W. corner post," planted st s post
Inscribed Lot 7958 N W„ thonce uorth 160
chains, west 4i. ebains, south 160 chains, west
lOchains to pointol commencement.
Dated June 8tb, 1007,
Certificate of Improvements.
Mascot Mineral Claim, situate In the Rovelstoko Mining DlvUion of Wosl Kootenay
Whore located;   Al, tho hend of the Middle
South Kork of Downlo Creek   adjoining
tho Chief of the Hills Mineral Claim,
Tako notice thai I, R Smith, F.M.C. No,
1188712. acting as agent for A.M. Clark, Fron
Miner's Cortillcato No. B88C91, Inland, sixty
dayi* from date hereof, lo apply lo the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,
or tho purposo of obtain ing n Crown Grant of
ho above claim.
And furthor take notice that action, under
flection 37, must bo  commenced boforo the
Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 23rd dny of May. A.I),, 1007,
wod my 20 It. SMITH.
The partnership heretofore existing between
J. F. Boos and Frank Shipley, carrying ou
businoss as The Revelstoks Cigar Store has
liiiou dissolved.
The business will lu future be carried oo by
the undersigned, who Is entitled to receive sll
moneys due the late Arm,
Dated June 10th, 1901,
Cariboo Land District.
District of Cariboo, B. C.
Take notice that I, W. T. Oke, of Revelstoke,
B. C, occupation Miner, intend to apply for
special timber licences over the following described lauds:
L Commencing at a post planted about U
miles from the mouth of Canoe Rivor and about 2
miles south of Cranberry Lake, and marked "W.
T. Oke's north-east comer," tlienee south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thonce east 80 chains to place of commencement,
lontainiug 010 acres more or less,
2. Commencing at a post plantod aliout 2 miles
south of McLennan River and joining No. 1 limit,
and marked "W. T. Oke's north-east corner,"
tlienco south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
tlienco north 80 chains, tlience east 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing 010 acres more
S. Commencing at a post planted about 2 milei
from McLennan River and joining No. 2 limit and
inarked "W. T. Oke's north-west corner,', thence
east 160 chains, tbence south 40 chains thence
west 160 chains, thonce nortli 40 chains to place of
commencement, containing 010 acres more or less.
4. Commencing at a post planted about 2 miles
from McLennan River and joining No, 2 and No. 3
limits and marked "W.T.use's north-east corner,"
thence south 30 chains, thenco west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thenco east!") chains to
point of commencement, containing^ acres more
or less
5. Commencing at a post planted about 3 miles
south of Cranberry Lake and joining No. 1 limit
on the south and marked "W. T. Oke s north-east
corner," thence south !'() chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to place of commencement, containing 640
acres, more or less.
6. Commencing at a post planted about 4 miles
south of Cranberry Lake and joinliiE No. 6 limit
on the west, and marked "W. T. Oke's south-east
corner," thence west 80 clialns, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, tlience south 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 610
acres more or less.
7. Commencing at a post planted about 4 milei
south of Cranberry Lake and joining Nu. 6 limit
on the north-east and inarked "W. T. Oke's south*
east corner," thence west 80 chains, thence north
80 uhalns, thence eaBt 80 chains, tlience south 80
chainstto point of commencement, containing 640
acres more or less.
Dated June 7th, 1907.
8. Commenolng st a post planted about 3 miles
south of McLennan River and joining No 7 limit,
and marked "W. T. Oke's south-east corner,"
tbence north 80 chainB, thenee west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, tbence oast 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing HO acres
more or less.
9. Commencing at a post planted almut 2 miles
south of McLennan River and joining No. 8 limit,
and marked "W. T. Oke'B north-east corner,"
tlience south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thonce nortb 80 chains, tbence east 80 chains to
point of commoncement, containing 640 acres more
01 less.
10. 1 ommeiieing at s post planted almut 2 miles
south of McLennan Riverand joining No. Olimit,
and marked "W, T. Oke's south-east corner,
tliouce west 160 chains, thence north lOchains,
thence east 160 chains, thencu soutli 40 chains to
point of commencement, containing 640 acres more
or less.
11. Commencing at a post planted about 1 mile
south of Mclionnan River and joining No. 10 limil
and maiked "W. T, Oke's north-easl corner,"
thunce south 80 chains, thenco west 60 chain-,
tbence north 80 chains, thenco east 80 chains to
placo of commence ment, containing 640 acres more
or Itfss.
Dated June 10th, 19(17.
12. Commencing at s post plnnted almut 3
miles from Caiiue River and about 85 miles
from mouth of river and marked "W. T. Oke s
south-east corner," tbence west 80 chains, thence
nnrtli 80 chains, thenee east 60 chains, thencu
soutli SO chains to point of commencement, containing 6lu acres more or less,
18, Commeneing at a post planted almut 2 miles
west of Cnnoe River and joining No. 12 limit ind
marked "W. 1. Oke's south-oast corner,'' tlience
west bO chains, thence north 80 chains, thence east
B0 chains, theme south 80 chains to place of commencement, containing 64* 1 acres mora or less.
li. Commencing al a pusl planted almut 1 mile
wesl of Canoo River and joining No. 18 limit and
mnikeit "W, T. Oke's south-west corner," thence
north Ml chains, then -e east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, tbence weat 80 chains to point of
commencement, containing 610 acres mure or less.
Dntod June Ulh, 1907.
wed jly 8 WILLIAM T> OKE.
Certificate of Improvements.
Richmond Mineral Claim, situate in thc Rev
elstokc Mining Division of West Kootenny
Where locatcd.-At Standaid Basin, South
Fork of Downio Creek.
Tako notice that I. It. Smith, F.M.C. No
B88712, acting iw agont for W. H. Willcox,
Free Miner's Certificate No, B88W., Intend,
sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve-
monts, for Lho purpose of obtaining a Crow
Grant of the above claim.
And further take notico that action, under
suction 37, musl bo commenced before tbe
issuance of such CerLlllcale of Improvements.
Dated this Wnl dny of May, A.I). 1007.
wed my'..1 R. SMITH.
Cariboo Land District.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that 80 days after date E.Corning
of Revelstoke, occupation hotel man, intends
to apply for a special timber liceuse over the
following described lands;—
1. Commencing at a post planted twu miles
west of Cauue river and about 85 miles from
mouth, near Cranberry lake, and marked K.
Coming's northeast corner post No. 1," thouco
south 80 chains, tbence west 80 chains, ihence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to start*
iug point, containing <>40 acres more ur less.
Dated 7th uf June, 1907.
2. Commencing at a post plauted on wost
bauk of Canoe river, 80 miles frum muuth. and
marked "E. Coming's northwest comer post
No. 2," tbeuce east 80 chains, tbeuce south 80
chaius, thence west 8) chains, thence north 80
chains to starllug point, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Dated 5th June, 1907.
3. Commouciug at a post planted three miles
west of Cano«| river, 88 miles from mouth and
murked "E. Coming's northwest comer post
So. 3," thence east 80 ehains, theuce south 80
chaius, theuce west 80 chains, thence north 80
chaius to starting poiut, containing OW acres
more or less.
Doted 7th June, If fl.
4. Cummeuciug at a post plauted on west
bank of Canoe river, about 85 miles from moutb
and marked"E.Coming's northeast cornerpost
No. 1," thonce south 80 chains, iheuce west 80
chaius, thence north 8U chains, thence east 80
chains to starting poiut, contaiuiug 610 acres
more or less.
Dated 5th Jane, 1907.
5. Cummencing at a post plauted west of
Canoe river aud 87 miles from mouth, marked
"E. Coming's uortheast corner post No. 5,"
thsnee south 80 chains, tbence wost 80 chains,
tbence north 80 chains, theuce east 80 chains to
starting point, containing 040 acres more or less
Dated oth June, 1907.
6. Commencing at a post plauted west of
Canoe river, 85 raita from mouth, and marked
"E Coming's uorti.east comer post No. 6,"
thence suuth 80 chains, thence west Si chains,
theuce north 80 chains, thence east SO chains to
starting point, containing 640 seres more or
Dated 7th June, 1907.
7. Commencing at a post planted west of
('iim ie, river and 85 miles from mouth, aud
marked "E. Coming's northeast comer post
No. 7," thence sonth 80 chains, thence west H)
chains, theuce uortb 80 chains, theuce oast 80
chaius to starting peint, contaiuiug 640 acres
mors or less.
Dated 7th June. 1907.
8. Commencing at a post plant d five miles
west uf Caooe river aud about 85 miles from
mouth aud marked "E Coming's southwest
comer post No. 8," theuce uorth B0 cbaius,
theuce east 80 chains, tbeuce south eO cbaius,
thence west 80 chains to starting point, contain.n*,* t>10 acres more or less.
Dated 7th June, lf-08,
9. Commouciug at a post planted west of
Canoe river and 85 miles from moutb, aad
markod "E. Coming's southwest corner post
No. 9," theuce uorth 160 chaius, thence eastlO
chaius, tbence south JO chaius, thence west 40
chaius to starting point, containing 640 acres
or less.
Datod 7th June 1907.
10. Commouciug at a post planted ou west
bank of Canoe river aud about 88 miles from
mouth utnl marked "E. Coming's southwest
corner Nu-10," thence nortb 80 cbaius, tbeuce
east Sti chains, theuce south 80 cbaius, tbeuce
west mi chnius to starting poiut, containing 610
acres moro or less
Dated Juno Tib, 1907.
11. Com mencing at a post planted west of
Canoe River and about 85 miles from moulh
and marked "K. Coming's south-east corner
post No. 11," ihence west 811 chains, thenco
norlh ni chains, thence cast S'l chains, thonce
souih 80 chains lo starting point, couiaing Olo
acres more or less.
Dated J une Mh. 19U7.
12. Commencing at a post planted westof
Canoe River should miles, about 85 miles from
mouth, marked "K Coming's northeast corner
post No. 12," thence south 80 chains, thenoo
west Mi chaius, thence north 80 chains, thenco
eaat 80 chains to -uriing point, containing 640
acres more or less.
13. Commencing at a post planted west of
Canoe Kiver nud 80 miles from moulh, markod
"K. Coming's north-east oorner post No. 13,'
thenco soutb 80 chaiLs, Ihence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chaina, ihence ua-: 80 chain*- lo
starting point, c«nlainiug&tOocrcs more or less.
11. Commencing at a post planted 1 mllo
west of Canoe River and about 85 miles from
moulh, and marked "E. C-orning's north-west
corner past No. 14." Ihence cast 80 chuius,
thunce south in chains, Lbcnoc wust 80 chains,
thence uorth 80 chains to starting poinl, containing 610 acres more or loss.
Daled June Ulh, ilii",.
wed jly 3 KD. CORNING.
Revelstok, Und District.
Dlilrlct of West Koolensy,
Toko nollca thai I, A, McCallum, of
Revelstoke, occupation Logger, Intend to
K|iply for» special limber licence over ll.e
lollowing described lands:
., Commencing at B post planted al S.
IC. corner of T. I.. No. 10191, and marked
"A, McCallum'sN. IC. cornerpost," same
being 1 '/1 miles easl of lownsile of Gerard
and about 1;-.. miles soulh of Lanlo Kiver,
Ihence south 40 chains, (hence west 160
chains, thence norlh 40 chains, tlience
easl 160 chains .0 point of commencement
and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Daled June jlli, 1907.
wed je 12 I'er A. C. McE., Agent.
Revelsloke Land District,
Dislrkl ol Wesl Kooteuay,
Take nolice that I, Angus McCallum, of
Revelsloke, occupation Logger, inlcnd to
apply for a special timber licence over the
lollowlng described lands:
2. Commencing at a post planted
about 1 mile easl ol lownsile of Gerard
and about 1 mile south ot Lardo River and
inarked "A. McCallum's north-easl corner
post," thence soulh 40 chains, theuce west
160 chains, thence norlh 40 chains, thence
cast 160 chains to point of commencemeni
nnd containing 640 acres, more or less,
Daled June sib, 1907,
wed je.!      I'er A, C. Mcli., Ageni"
Revelstoke Land District.
District ol West Kooicnay,
Take notice that l. 0, N. Dickenson ot Rev
elsloke, occupation Farmer, Intoud toapply
(or permission lo purchase ths following dt»
scribed Und;
Coinmen--log at s poit planted stibeS, I-:.
corner L Ttjin, if 1, thetice west 40 Hum-,
Ihenco south 80 chains, thence east 40 cbaius.
tbenee north bu thil hi to pOlDt of commsnee*
m.'iii and contaiuiug -i.'*1 acres more or leu.
Dated May Ulh, 19u7.
Heveliloke Land Districl,
District of West Kootensy,
Take notice that I, Anton Hstisen o( Poplar,
B.C., occupation Miner, Intend to applv (or
permlsilou to purchase the following described
Commencing al a post planted ou tho north
Ride of the Lardo Hivor. opposite the town of
Poplar, msrked "A. llsnsen's N,W, corner,"
thence ciM 4U chains, tbeuce south 10 Chains,
(hence west 40 chains, theuce north 10 ohains
to point of commencement, sud coutslulug 40
acres, more or tan,
DateS 2nd July, 1907,
wed jly 10 ANTON RAN8EN,
Furniture Stock and Premises
For Sale.
Tenders will be received by lho undersigned
up to 12 o'clock noon ou thc 19th day of July,
IM, for the purclm-m or the "took in trade of
carpel*, furniture, etc,, belonging to theeelato
of uie lute John K. Wood oi Revelstoke, and
also for thc purchase of thc property lately
occupied by hlm as a furniture store aud rooming him c, situate on IM 25, Blook 23. Plan fflOA
Rerelstokn. Separate tenders msy be mado for
tho slock In irado and for lho real estate, or
tenders may be made for the stock and real
estate together.
The highest or any tender will not necessarily
be accepted. Stock lists snd the properly to be
sold may be examined on application to the
Dated Juno 12th, 1007,
Jun 22 fit Official Administrator, m
5 is the time of
how to keep coo
vein* when   Ladies arc  nt thoir wits end to kno
Read our list ol" Cool Wearing Apparel.
Shirt Waists
Selling fn.... v..-.
just tn band l.y >-\]..-**
both .;. M.i.'.- mul sizes
to 85.00 each.
..in- stool;  i*
'this l-l are
woll assorted
Wash Skirts
White Wear
I.   :   -'  ....,..--.   .'-..*...   CoV.
I if     :-. 1 iiM.ni*!-. etc,   Children
-.  Under skills
. Drawers, Drcssei
if.l Pi-lc
Look for Uni'giiiiis!
Ladies' Underwear
Y.-f-.s, [Allies' Under Dtnwors,
Ladies'  Under
Sum.ner weight,
Fancy Parasols
l assorted stock in ei.riis.ils both
iu l.iidi.■
nnd Children'
Tweed Skirts
Delivered liy  nufscturct* lute nnd bought al
special lii-ices,   Only u few loft,    Regular l*S5,00 nnd
$0.00.  Selling i.f.w'f.i S:*.
We cordially invito you all to Inspect our sli.ek
..f II..I Weather Goods. Wu.iros.ire we have something in Hi.' v.u-i..us lines in sl...:k you rctiuire. Our
prices »ill suil iln- mosl careful buyer.
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I    WHY?
T You should leave your Pre-
9 scriptiou with us
ty We use :i..- Purest of Drugs
j^ and Chemicals
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. glance nl
iceries wil
try them.
our stocu
- Every Prescription i:
9 before il a..— oul
ty (i.: 1    .-* f.i.- reasonable
A ti-if.l will convince vou
Ihey are ilu- purest iuul best
mi ll... market, Try our
wili deliver your prescription if you wish it.
Ita!,; :!n.U Buu'u I'l).
j Hobson & Bell
Grocers, linkers A Conteotioners
To Buy a 1 louse.
To Kent a House
To Buy Nice
close in.
Building Lots
Wednesday, July 10 lor 24 hours,
cloudy and eul try, moderate westerly
u;i..!- probable thunder showers.
Temp. Max, 87J degrees, inin. ol)
Local and General.
Mrs. McKitrick hns installed an
up-to-date soda fountain in the Uuion
Hotel Kestauraut,
It, H. Trueman will be at his studio
on Saturday, July 13th, and will re-
m,.iu in town for ten days. it
The Alpine Club Camp breaks up
• ■ rrow, after * most successful and
enjoysb e outing.
R .ng. i- dgi IC. of P. is holding the 3rd rank ceremony this even-
iug and all i ■ .. ere should be present.
Sev.;.. ■;- .... trains containing
member! I t lie Christian Endeavor
soeiely en route lor the Seattle convention passed through yesterday,
An order has been passed nt Ottawa
pr ividing for the granting ol permits
.it] ut competition to eut timber in
th. railway belt of British Columbia
... settl. r- and others up to 100 cords
i.l shingle Lets for sale, upon payment
in advance ol the dues at the rale of
50 cents per cord.
Jack Frnser, son ol Fred Fraser
Gold I ...-- - r.h.iil.i rather painful aeeeideiit while up in Paradise
Valley with a survey party a few days
ago. While oua log he slipt and lell
n an u.xe, cutting his hand very
deeply across the palm. There ivere
three doctor! in the party. Imt being
■ :*.:. ut chloroform the huul had to be
stitch. I and bandaged without us aid,
The Dandy Dixie Minstrels gave a
perlormance in ti..- Op. ra House on
Monday night to a  iarg.   audi, nc
The:: mag. mi nt had p  vided r> .an-
■ ty -...-   ..- •.'..-   uality giving i   ■.
■ -.. with -it   inytl li % particularly
amuiing.   If a great '.- .'.     .. in
ih. uting -■ nstitutsi « concert, then
I wai  ertain *-      - m    n Mi nday
S'eithei tbe muiic nor the i     ■-.   ;'^'1,",'"',
nere u) I   tl ■  :: irk snd thi
tell de.. ledlj Hat.   Tbe I ■*  iti n   -1
...■■■ nl) di i- rhaw -1 it te
.,,-1:. j... p i.il ::,.- '■ iti being
email    j        iei   .- .    log   both
... |    |  -     .--..        I hi     • ■ rl     •.   IDC
.-    . ■-    pt at a
E. A Bradley is moving his olliee
building (rom down town to a site
opposite the Oity Hotel.
Tlie Ladies' Guild ol St. Peter's
churoh will hold an evening garden
party on Wednesday, July i7ih, on
Mrs. Porter's lawn, McKenzie avenue.
The Independent Hnnd will be in
attendance. A meeting uf the Guild
will be held at lhe Keetory on Monday alternoon next.
M.b. Wharton, who is awaiting trial
at Kamloops on a charge of shooting
will, intent to kill at Wigwam recently, broke jail on Friday last and
eluded hor pursuers successfully (...-..
considerable time, being eventually
captured a lew miles east of Shuswap
on the following day.
To Buy
Splendid Fruit
IV.- have juat received sm..e line
simple- ol Kevelstoke grown gooseberries. The bushes trom which they
were tnken were planted last year by
James Fletcher ou the Adair Hanoi,
overlooking the Illecillewael lliver and
:ir.: called "Keepsake." The I - rrii *
nre large and Bweet and demonstrate
I the quality of Iruit that Kevelstoke
soil can produce.
Col. J. G. Holmes will hold an inspection of the arms and equipment
in the drill hull..!  the B. M. E E Co.
.... Friday, .'ulj- 12th, and an informal
reception to Col, Holmes and Capt.
II. 'I.   Hughes  will be given by the
iillicei's, nou-coramissioned officers and
....... ol the company in the drill hall
the same evening. Col. 11..hues will
inspect the rank and fit. on t'uesday,
July 23rd.
The  Revelstoke Cricket  Club are
playing  their  lirst  away  matel   il
Vernon  on  Friday, July   12    The
eleven c nsists of K Bourne, VV Brier,
.1 Derbyshire, W, Davis, K. E .1 fist
C Field, W. W.Foster, F. Laight, W,
W. Lefeaux, J. Maley (capl    S Vi
vian, and  C.   North and It. Brooker
reserves.   Excursi. n train leaves Be. ■
elstoke i n Friday fit 3 30 a.m
lue $3.75  We hope thai Reveisi -. ■
will find time tn witness 'ins first
away .much und enci uragi *
Mayor Brown Interviewed—
Side Lights on Important
The most Important question now
before the Revelstoke public is the
contract which the Board ol Trade
lias asked the city coune.il to make
with the C.I'.R. regarding the supply
ol light. As the Mail-Herald has
followed carefully the whole business
and wishing to put before the public
every phase ol the transaction in its
true light, especially regarding lhe
time when Mr. Hoyd was here in the
railway company's inlereste, our representative called on His Worship the
Mayor to ascertain some tacts touching this all important question.
On  being  nsked  his views on the
matte."  Mayor  Hrown said:    "I will
never consent to give (he C.P.R. or
any ..ther corporal ion  anything belonging  to  tlie city  for leim than it
costs to produce.    In my estimation
the rates aB asked for hy the C.P.It,
are below the cost ol production and
tl.e  l.y-h.w   would   never   have '..ecu
lorried  unless  the  people Iuul some
assurance that they themselves were
getting some benelit out of it as well,"
Do you   think  that the new plant
will l.e the benelit to Revelstoke as is
supposed will be the case?
"Undoubtedly, hut at the fume time
we cannot run the plant for thc benelit ol the C.I'.R. nnd charge tlie citizens high rates, To get the plant in
at all tl.e people will want an assurance that the city will not lose by it."
Was there ever at any time a deiin-
ite arrangement between thc City and
the C.P.R.?
"The nearest approach to an agreement was early in the year when Mr,
Hoyd, the C.P.R. electrical expert
c.iin-f to Revelstoke and met me and
several of the aldermen, Mr. Kilpatrick
being prreent. At that informal
meeting we proved l.y Ukiug average
muntlis that we could not give any
better rate than 24 aud li. Both Mr.
Boyd nnd Mr. Kilpatrlok seemed satisfied, Mr. Boyd asking me how soon 1
could get a meeting of the council to
ratify these figures. I told him 1
would call a meeting the lollowing
night, and ne the rates ol 2J and 0
seemed satisfactory to both parties 1
concluded the matter was at last settled, Meanwhile Mr, Boyd said be
would submit these rates and recommend them to Montreal, although
why Montreal was mentioned I don't
know, since all our correspondence had
been with Mr. Cross ol Winnipeg,
assistant to "2nd Vice-President. On
the morning ol the special meeting 1
I asked Mr. Boyd over the telephone if
No, 12, Pythian any answer bad beeu received and be
installed tomorrow 18&id that he bad bad uo reply as yet.
The council met that evening, and
after waiting Ior either Mr. Boyd or
We have some lines that we want to move quickly, and you will find some good
Snaps cn the Bargain Tables.
choice of nnv  in  tlie
These sold at
from $1 to $10,
prices ranging
A. nice assortment of Colored
Muslins lh.it. sold for 12J to 25c.
Now only
10c per yd.
In While wllh eoh.red spnls,
figured muslins, i.....-.'.-i;-/,cd
vcstimiH, etc. Regular Prices
Iron. li.*..-. to .".tic.|
25c. per yd.
Pretty White  Lawn
Laco insertion.   Unguis
$5 00.
Kincaid ri Anderson
Real Estate and Insurance Agts.
The Peoples' Journ-1, Scotland,
contains the following :—" It is with
deepest regret that we report the
death ol Mrs. McRae who passed away
...i Sunday at tbe residence ol her
son, McDonald McRae. For some
time back she had been ip_ delicto
health but the end w,.s unexpected,
Loved and esteemed by all who came
in e.f...tact with her, 'ier pleasant lace
will bc sadly missed." The h.te Mrs
MoRae was the mother ol Mrs. A.
McGregor and Duncan McRae, ..!
Rovelstoke. The Mail-Herald extends deepest sympathy to the be-
rcave.1 family.
Now $3.75
Blue, Tan.md Grey Chan.hray
Regular $6.00
Now $4.50
We still have a few left and
as we want to clear them out
at once we otter them at
25 p. c. Disc't.
We have just received a new
lot and have some very pretty
ones.   Prices range from
25c. to $1.50
We have lhe best assortment
ill town. Have just received a
lot of Children's Sox ill white,
Cream, Tan and Black Lace.
Tbey are pretty and cheap
20c. and 25c. per pair
In all sizes, ribbed or plain,
tan and black, also some pretty
Black Hose will. Lace ankle.
Just, what you need Ihis hot
weather. Tbey si.1.1 at $4.50
and $5.*00.   Your choice now
1    and    White.    All
P. ices,
and  Whit
k and White and
Check Mercerized
Regular $5.00
Now $3.75
Pretty Chocolate
Canvass  Oxfords,
Shoes, Cool-
Can he kept cool if yoo buy
some of our New Straw nn.1
Linen Hats.
We have some nice ones made
of good Homespun and we can
give you a bargain ot them.
Oxfords 2 25
Bats 2 SO
.... a good wide last.
Purity  Temp
Sisters  will  be
evening at Arrowhead, Mrs. II. A
Brown, M.E.C. "f the local Tempi.
being the prime factor ..I ibis excel
lent movement.    The sisters ol Rev-; Mr. Kilpatrick to attend, I telephoned
elstoke will leave tomorn w in.-ruing
to attei d the preliminary insl illation
hi the alternoon. At the :. ng
ceremony tho Knights ol Pythiai and
several Indies will be initial!
Orth r carried oul in Iu   n .-    -    F
be con I    this win
lesire l -  go down a tra    -       ■.
Iiei    :■---■-.■■,    :   I
row  alterno. n  and   - II
gbt,  1     nitallatioi
;  - -*:.- ,i; .
to Mr Boyd who referred me to Mr.
Kilpalrick, who said that he cuuld not
recommend these lares at all. Naturally alter tlie manner in which tbe
matter had heen left the night previ-
us, I oonoluded that it was all settled
.ni.l 1 w.is .....cli surprised to hear that
the rates as practically agreed upon
had never been submitted after the
188U : ce 1 bad that they would be
lended. I spoke strongly to
Mr. Kilpatrick for acting in this man-
Marring.. Licenses Issued
jewelers and opticians
Next to Imperial Bank
Improperly fitted glasses arc worse limn
Iio glasses ami neglected eyes often meana
Our Optical Department ia in charge o
Mr. M. S, Hastings, Ref. D., and positively guarantee satisfaction.
lt has been proven that 90 per cent, of
headaches are caused by defective eyes
and it docs not follow that because you
have gooil eyesight that your eyes are not
defect ive.
Have your eyes attended to now and
save trouble and expense,
.. ner and in getting me to oall a speoial
Social ano Personal        °inupoae 8inoethen
free ih this matter and the whole correspondence cnn be seen at any time
in tbe city hall."
We might add that wc have, since
this interview, by the courtesy and
help of the city olerk, gone over all
the correpondenoe betweed the C.P.R.
and the City.
Business Locals
Ed. H      u        ■ -' -   - ■     1 le*
The Hot
1 . •. i -.. ■ ru B lhii.-    one oi
lhe 1- ■■•  .- .- - p cool
„*nd ifortable tin ■- bol
dayi fimi tin- 1- lhe i   to
.mi for man} thii th il
uifike iiiiiii..-.' f. luxury nod
f. ph rumn.
TOILET soil's
... ..11  kind*.
I-l.l.-ll IHU Sill -
ni.d then after the hath, cooling
and soothing Talcum  Powders,
Toilel Wati*™, otc,
A SPONGE SALE i- now on
al 1..', 1 :etl prioes.
W. BEWS. Pta, B.
Druggist and Stationer.
Mall Or.lers promptly attended
We are iu receipt ol the initial
number ol "Westward Ho !" a new
published   in   Vai ■■ uvei
under tl.e guidance of W. Blakemore
. capable and experienced man,  is
ind   P. rev     Im     God
rn 1 1  li .'   ,.-   .
1 :-•   ...nl  miller ,is   b isinesi
manager,    it   Is  in.',   Wi
spirit, and ought todo much
idvertiiing   the    rei    -■     I   thi
I province   Thc Hnt number .* -
Interesting ind initructlvi  ind i
.: the ■,ii.<- itand ird ii  kepi up be
 :. po] liar magazine   api ealing
...  - ■ ■ to woitem if-- fi.ul eon-
dltl ni
W. .1, Ilriindritb, leorel iry ..I the I!
i*. Fruit iln.w.-rs Am clati. n spent fl
I In 1 iwn  yi-i.-r.l.i-
f ir the weal    Mr. Brandritli told tho
Maii.-IIi.ii.m.i. thai,  the Iruit crops
throughout the province wei ncellenl
. Kcepl in .' lew leotii ni,    The Kootenay Iruit is in excellent condition
- ■ ies ioi ed        riling  the Fruit and
Produce Exchai go of B. C  he
l.al good wm . lining done and
■ iii thi Exchance would handle the
ci mil -'f pi    He ' ■     --'hi' othei
- rgauimti mi on timilai lin ild
M.D.. amalg in i - under tho om head
Dan Mo Bon ild, who will manage
tho 01 'v Bi lloview Hotel ..1 Sicamoui
..emily built by I,. II C ngiove, hai
heen busy tho last wi ok ... two por
dialing  Uppliei I lun    no • in the
city nnd itatei thai the hotol will bo
open Inr buBincsi Monday next.
Everything lm« bee. mado up to-dato
wllh accommodation ol 20 bedrnomi.
In sides rOOSptlon, .lining, in.d n ...ling
r<>ionn. Tin- new hotel will Iill a long
lelt want at the Junotlon at Hu. ro
luc.-.l LitriII an.l should receive ni.n-1.
natron igc, Tin boil wiahei ul tl.e
• iiy will go in the popular manager
mul Jliis bride in tbeir new lield ol,
.nic ol the
C, I*.',' ..' '■' inoouver    -■   11  rn   ■
• -. rjeive - .1
: I       li..y   1.    :. r   .gain   until
Mis, \. -I..I.   matron   of   the   !...«•
iw lor :i
■  , ior,. month or
i.... n i.
Selkirk I., dgc i lembled in loll
lorce on Thursday night, Inly lth, to
hold tho ceremon ■
*.filiation   ol  'illie.ers,   the   following
■: i-,.  elect b. ing installed:
\   i i    I-   T
\ i,,i,. Lembke.
I (. , A, Ar.iinii.
...  ,1. Jamieson,
i: 8, N.i;., C. Palmer,
[,. < **.*.'.  0  Ind
l: B, V.i;., a. V. Andonon.
[,,S.V,0.,J. Evans.
R, 8,8,, R, 8. MoDonald,
l„ B, B, It, i. Taggart
The ceremony ol Insl illation rai
...irried out l.y W, W, Foalor, l: (loi
.l..n, ,7, Callin, and .1. Jamleaon.   Al
theoloiool tin: proceeding! a banquet
wai held in tho Selkirk Hull at which
inl..resting speeches wore delivered by
Past, Orandi R, Clordon, W, W. Poller,
II. N. c.ursier ami others regarding
tho progren nl tho lodgo, the i.-.-...
.-...ling .I...... 80th bolngroportod ns the
moit iiiooMilul i.. iis history, During lho lOiliou Mrs. ,1, A. Agnew
visited ll.e lodge and received Iron,
lli-nlbi..- MoLauglllln, P.N.O., a c.he.|.ic
lor $2,000 ns insurance on hor lain
lii.rlj.uiil, as death claiin,
Mr. Boyd hsi  never communicated
-.-   ■:..- counoil"
. Know ii   any   local   private
town   Lave   tendered Ihe
luppl)        ..go:   and  power to tbe
i  I R
.... v..  and  iheir tender
i tly lowei   than that of the
Wai.. ilidiog -cui.-1 rei mentioned?
- wh offered 3 ■■  u d ■
it would not guarantee
... tail si i amount.  The oity offered
■   only  with :. rebate -... the
I hii wai relitsed bj
...  would   i.f.vo   been
-in in than tbeir own offi r.
.   , ... Inti i-i -'.... g now n
garding the r..te»..(.'. md i\ luppoied
 ffsrsd by tbe C P.R
'The trouble has been m •'.  not
ve are d. .ling with and I
■ ,. make mysell lure.... that
,  .  .   .... - hi !.".u Irom head-
As representing tiie people
:   mu *  innk slier tbeir
f.-.d their money, and to get
i. g completed - tiifa. I rilj I
wfiot tn -■-.  then  ratei In b u I ind
itateraeot true that tl... previous council made any definite rates
and that the present council hai upset
tl *
"Nn, the last, counoil never camo to
terms  and   as  sunn ..s I wai elected
mayor, I loat no time in bringing the
matter   up   and   getting   soiiieilii.ig
.lone.    If the by-law had boon (eli
alone, and nnl, heen tried to be ll plot
there would have been nn dillic.illy,
.....I ll.e disposal ol lh" dobOlltlirOI
assured. I have always tried lo do my
best for Re.clatok.i and have been int..
Ovory scheme ol Improvement that wm
brought up,    I have bcon perfectly
Insect powder at Canada Drug Store.
Nothing better than Our "Speoial.
White duck summer suits, $2.00, at
O, B. Hume & Co's.
Watch Hews' post card itock. new
lines arrive eacli week.
Patronize Home Industry. Smoke
Ilevelstoke Cigars.
Fly papers, Ily poisons, all fresh,
lold at Canada Drug .Store,
Shoe bargains, Ladies (Ixtordi at
fl B6-C. II. Hun.e A Co.
Carpet! nnd Linoleums a choice
hue at O, ll. Hume A Co'i.
Fresh ohooolates. In bulk or lancy
boxes, at tl.e Red Cross Drug Hturo.
Bour preserving cherries in today,
9*2.25 per crate, at 0. II. Hume & Co'i.
'.n-.l aiiortmont ol Fishing Tackle,
flies, lines, mils, etc., new stock.—
Bourne Urns.
Wc havo a line line ol window
hades and ihado goods,—0. B. Hume
,.    Cil'"
'lry Albert Vi. .let Talcum—a do-
llghtful hot weather talcum—'ilic. at
Hews' Drug Slore,
For Lace and Tapestry curtains,
curtain poles and fixtures, go to C. II.
Hume Co,
Rovelstoko Cigars  Unions Mnde- Our
.......i:.i, Tho Union, and Maroa Vuelta
..ro i.i.'n.ii ol all others.
We sell rheumatic rings fur rheum
.ili-.in   iny size, plain and gnl.1 plated,
Canada long Btoro,
Fifty pairs of ladies Oxlords in canvas and leather, black or tan—your
choice $105-0. B. Hume & Co., Ltd.
Do not forget the large bine bottle
ol Citrate ol Magnesia, lor hot weather
stomachic discomforts, 35c. at Bews'
Drug Store.
Tlie newest thing lor the hot
weather—invisible suspenden for men
worn under the shirt. C. B. Hume &
Co., Ltd.
After thc conl is gone your money is
gone. Oet the worth of it while it is
going, dual coal is the cheapest, and
the best and cheapest coal on the
market today is tlie Crow's Nest Coal
Co's. screaned coal. Order Irom the
agent, E. A. Haggen.
When in need ol a tooth brush,
tooth powder, or any ol our numerous
sundry lines, keep in mind tl.e Red
Cross Drug Store.
Secure your preserving cherries and
raspberries this week as tiny are to be
had at their best in any quantity, at
C. 11. Hume A Co's.
Books on Iruit gardening, books on
bee keeping, flower gardens, engineering, building, nr any scientific book
you may want, you can get the
Canada Drug Store.
Call and lee our English dishes, all
plain white and just the dishes Ior
every day use, at C. B, Hume A Co,
The Canadian Gazette ol June 20th,
| published in London, Eng., hai just
come to hand, lt contains a notable
article on Mr. Mcllride's mission to
England, and has also an excellent
picture ot the li. C. premier. The
article cIobob with a tribute to tho
premier and stating llrnt Mr, McBride
expect! to sail lor British Columbia
on June 2Hib, in company with Law
rence Macrae, his private secretary,
- --—   , <., ~
An order line been signed by the
railway commission providing that
there must be a lire extinguisher at
each end ol a passenger conch, which
must be ol a pattern approved by the
board, and re-charged every three
months, under a penalty ol $25 lor
noncompliance. Trestles mint be
carefully inspected and provision made
to guard againit tires trom engine
The Railway Commission lias issued
an order prohibiting the uso ol acetylene gas Ior lighting railway carriages,
In view ol the impracticability
ol the installing of electricity
at once thc commissioners allow the use of l'intok ga», or
commercial acetylene, which comei
through asbestos, and ii therefore sate.
It has been lound that acetylene
gaa has been the cause ot lires and
explosions on trains. Tlie commission is alio considering the prohibition ol the uie of lignite coal on
locomotives. Lignite has been tl.e
cauio ol prairie and other lires.
Revelstoke Hospital Society.
Moon Will Be Overshadowed
on July 24th.
A partial eclipse ot the sun took
plnce this morning but invisible in
this latitude. According to calcula-
Oasollne and coal oil Stoves, relrig- j,i(in8"' astroni.n.eri.wbicli aro asserted
t" be n. accurate tbat an error of one
tlirec-hundredtlis ol a second is regarded as an unpardonable offence, on
Wednesday, July 24, at 6:46 p. m
I'aci6c Coast time, the moon will enter
the shadow, and two hours and thirty
minutes nt partial obscuration will
ensue, but at 0:81 p. m. tbo moon will
ouce moie be clear.   This eclipse will
oatlsn to E. A. Haggen, Roal Estate j1* vi»itlle at Vancouver and inland
and Insurance Agent, points,
The Directors invito lenders lor
painting the interior ol the Revolstoke
Further particular! may be obtained
from the undersigned tu whom tenders
should bo sont by Noon on Tuesday,
July 10th, 11107.
til Secretary.
IilOR SALE-The entire iiirniliue
' belonging to Mrs. Guthrie, First
Street West, will be on salo for the
next two weeks.    Apply at residence.
FOR SAI.B-On.il oil Cook Stove,
three holt* burner, for sale cheap,
Applv Mrs. McKitrick, Union Kes-
Orators, ICC   cream   freezers   and   all
Seasonable ware—Ho..rne Broi.
Red Croil loot powder gives cn.i.-
lort and makes liin pleasant—2f.c. a
tin at tl.e Hed Cross Drug Store.
Oity anil rural binds can't be, burned
up, nor blown down, nor nlherwise
destroyed. Its about tlie safest kind
ol nn investment, an.l ynu can get the
best offering! lu tho market on appli-
For Sale by the Crate
$2.75 and $3.00 A CRATE \


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