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Vol. 13-No 66
REVELSTOKE. B. Q AUGUST 24 190
AUG 27 IM
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
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Crosse & Blackwell's Jellies
1 Jams and Condiments
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FINEST ENGLISH JAMS
All Fruits, Raspberry, Strawberry, Poach, Plum, Apricot, etc., Crosse A: Blackwell's linesi-lhe u.iine is a guarantee of quality.   Put up in I lh. lius. 65 Centt
BrST ENGLISH MARMALADE
Made of Finest Seville Oranges, Crosse A Blackwell's
g Is.   Purity is assured.   These  people  tlllll  out  the
finest to be had.   Put up in 7 lh. tins at One Dollar
MALT VINEGAR
C. & li. Best Mult Vinegar. This is something you
should look for purity In. Put up In quart bottles to sell
at 35 Cents
"     PURE LOCCA OIL
Or Olive Oil for Salad Dressings, elc. Perfectly pure
Kalian Oil, put up by Crosse A Blackwell ill HI ounce
bullies. 50 Cents
MIXED PICKLES
English Sour Pickle. Pul up by Crosse A Blaok well,
We haveaIInaassortine.it in Glass Bntlles ... linest malt
vinegar, all sizes. Finest Italian Olives, Heal olives, no
Imitation choap goods, but the real thing put up by
Closse A Hl.u-kwell in all size bottles.
PRESERVE JARS
We have anv amount ol nil kinds of Class
Jars and othei- Preserve Jars. Crown Self
Healing Class Jars:
Plnl Sizes at per dozen  SI. 15
Quart Sizes al per dozen $1.40
Half Gallon Size at per dozen SI.75
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
ty 9 \\\ 9 i|i (fr $ ifr (fr $•$-$-•$•$$$$$■$ i$i i$i $ i$i $
In older to introduce, we will allow any  responsible
T party lo take on a 30-day trial one of our KOOKIZERS, and
** show that what we say about it is undeniable- that you can
ty cook your food Ior hours without tire.
This offer, and at a price of $7.50 each, only good for *£
Thirty days. ty
% LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
t Dealers in Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, Miners', Lnmbermen'i
and Sawmill Supplies, etc, Plumbing and Tinsmithing.
tyili ifr t$ fli ili ifr it*tytyty9 't''1' 't' 'fr 'I''I' 't''I' 'fr '$' 'fr ■!'fyb
GOOD BUYS
Two-Storey Dwelling, Lots 371 x ID". on Mackenzie Avenue,
plastered-Cash $1)50, terms o,i balance.     PRICE   $2,450
Two-fitorey   Dwelling,  plusteied  and stone basement, Lots
75 x 100 on Hecond Street.     Cash $1)50 and terms on balance,
PRICE-$2,950
One-Storey Dwelling, Lot 50x100, near ('..wan Hlock
PRICE   $850
SIBBALD  AND   FIELD
INSURANCK
NOTARIES PUBLIC
LOANS
KOLE!
GET YOUR COAL NOW WHEN YOU CAN
DON'T DELAY AND TRY TO GET IT
WHEN YOU CAN'T
H.nST.COTTIRSrEB,
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For- CITY AND VILLA LOTS OR FRUIT LANDS-Sec
W. H. HUMPHREYS
At G. M, Sprout's Karwell  Estate Olliee.
COWAN BLOCK.       -      -      -       THIRD STREET
THE LATEST     FIRE WARDENS !THE SITE
TELEGRAMS
Italian Banker's Suicide -Big
Express Robbery—Startling
Developments - Will Bring
Bubonic Plague.
Toronto. Aug. 24—The b.dy ol A.
Gianetti, the missing Italian banker,
win found at the Cecil Hotel. He
hud cut bis throat with a razor.
Calgary, Aug. 24—A big express
robbery is reported between Medicine
Hat and .Maple Creek. Particulars
are unobtainable. The authorities
hcie refuse to make any statement.
Woi.sei.ky, Saek., Aug. 24—St.irlling
developments ..re expected in tbe trial
,,f Sam Prior ol the charge ol having
murdered Rosie Moore, aged seven
years, near this t; wn on the morning
ot August 2nd.
Vancouver Aug. 21—Tbe new
danger of bubonic plague is threatened by the further influx ..I Js.ps, according to a passenger on the Indiana,
which landed three hundred more this
week.
WORK DELAYED
ill ina to Attract Labor from
Prairie Sections Under
Construction.
Montheai, Aug. 23—While the G
T P. surveys in liritish Columbia are
approaching completion, the company
will soon be in a position to give out
contracts for the (even hundred iniles
that lie between Edmonton and Rupert. It is doubtful if tenders for the
work will bc called lor some time yet,
as the management does not desire to
offer competitive construction work
until the sections now in progress
more nearly approach completion.
While no definite decision upon the
subject hns been reached, this is the
present view of the leading ollieials,
us expressed by Henry Phillips, secretary of the company. It is felt that
there is bo much railway work in progress at the present time that contractors have all tbey can bundle. They
need tbe whole of the men available
to carry out tbe work on hand, and tbe
company does not leel disposed to give
out work that might attract labor
Irom the sections they are anxious to
have completed al the earliest possible
moment. Tbe objection of the labor
men in British Columbia to the importation of Asiatics, notwithstanding
ihere are not enough men available
there to undertake the work required
is nlso a determining factor in the
ARROWHEAD
From our own corrspo.iiU.rit.
On Wednesday evening Miss Alma
Hull.ert patted away at the home of
her parents here. Deceased bus been
a sufferer for ll.e past two years, and
although everything possible iu the
way ol medical treatment waa obtained
lor ber, she gradually grew weaker until the end c.me. .Miss Holbert wus a
bright young woman and much loved
by all who knew her. The funeral
service waa held on Friday afternoon
at tbe house, thence to the cemetery,
and was conducted by Rev. W. T.
Johnston, of All Saint's church, of
which Miss Holbert wns u member.
The many beautiful floral offerings
were au evidence ol lhe high esteem
in which deceased was held. Tbe
sorrowing parents ..nd sisters have ll.e
sympathy of the entire community,
Mr. and Mrs Wright left last week
for New Westminster where Mr.
Wright has secured a position as
sawyer.
Mrs. Lightburne bus been on the
aick list lor a few days, but is now improving.
Mr. R. Simpson who has been quite
ill will, pneumonia is .ecovering.
Miss McCarthy ol Revelstoke, is the
guest ul Mrs. Clark.
Miss Sharp, mnlrun oi tbe hospital,
is away in a holiday. During bei
absence Miss Johnston is in charge uf
tbe hospital.
J, J. Sutherland of Calgary, is renewing acquaintances in town.
Mrs. Hull and Miss F. Hull lelt
Wednesday on a visit to friends iu
Pentieton.
Mr. Thompson returned Friday
alter spending tbe vacation in Victoria. School opent Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Warner lelt on Friday
lor Seattle where they will make tbeir
home. During their lour year's residence in Arrowhead Mr. and Mrs.
Warner have made many friends, all
of whom ure sorry to loose them. The
Ladies' Aid Society, ol which Mrs.
Warner bus heen president lor some
time, gave them u fuiewell social. A
very enjoyable time was spent with
games, .lancing, elc, During the
evening n purse containing a ten-
dollar gold piece was presented tn Mrs,
Wnmer with an address, which was
rend by Mis, McKecbnic. Mr, Hart
then rend au tddteil and presented
an emblem charm Irom the Knights
ol I'ylhias to Mr. Wnroer. Although
taken entirely by surprise, Mr. Warner
made a mal little speech thanking
thoir Iriends lor thc kind remembrance,
GOOD WORK
Policy of  Forest  Protection
Working Satisfactorily.
Viotokia, Aug. 23—Reports from
tho various lire wardens received l.y
Hon. J. F. Fulton, commissioner of
lands and works, indicate thnt despite
the exceptionally dry weather ol the
past few months there have been fewer
forest lires and less destruction from
this oause than in former years,
This it attributed to tl.e good work
which is being done by the increuscd
number ol fire wardens nnd assistant
lire wardens recently appointed.
At tlw last session cl the legislature
l|i2f)*000 wna set nside lor forest fire
protection which h s enabled this
extension ol the system. Where
formerly thcrewere but. three or lour
paid wardens there are now 24 lire
wardens nnd 75 assist..nt wardens
constantly engaged in patrolling their
several districts.
It is only within the past three or
four years that any organized ell'ort
has been mnde to guard ..gainst ond
light forest conflagrations, Prior to
that time, practically every year, far
more timber was destroyed by (ire
tlinn was cut l.y loggers. The exploitation of tbe timber resources ol
recent years and the recognition of
the heavy toll levied upon Ibis, one ol
the greatest ot British Columbia's
natural resources, by lire following in
the wake of exploitation nnd settlement, den.un.led more stringent
measures of protection, The enforcement of the Forest Fires Prevention
Act wus sullicient for this.
Lust year a small appropriation was
placed in the estimates to cover the
expense ol the appointment of a lew
fire wardens in addition to the police nnd other government ollieials
who have heretofore composed the
protection stuff. These were stationed
where tbeir services were most
urgently needrd und were vested with
authority to curry out tbe provisions
ol the net nnd to engage help where
necessary to light fires when raging.
In addition to the services of these
district fire wnrdeni, the services ola
number ot foremen and representatives
of the locul lun ber companies were
requisitioned as nssistn.it fire wardens
in ench district. A more efficient
Bystem of patrol and protection was
in this manner afforded, although
good results were met with it waB
recognized that more wardens were
needed and so the measures of tbe
last session were adopted.
Eaat and West Kootenay, the
Boundary, Similkameen, in (act all
the lower portion ol the province
licensed us timbered land, bus been
divided into different districts with a
warden for each. Patrol ia also afforded Cariboo, Skeena, Atlin und Vancouver Islund.
In many places where the district is
large, one man can do much good
where a fire has not gained too great
headway until assistance can be
secured with the aid ol natural fire
breaks.
It bus been found that n warden',
presence in a community often bus a
benefiolal effect on those careless or
thoughtless individuals who leave a
cump lireunexlinguishul. Then tices
ol warning with which ench wnrdeni
is supplied to post up thougbout his
territorry, is also a reminder that care
must be taken.
Reports from the various sections
ot the province submited by lhe olli-
i-f.ils of tlie department show thut
there is growing readiness to comply
with the regulations of the act und an
endeavor to render all assistance where
possible. The latter thc department
recognizes is essential to make tho system ol patrol effective und without it
the best results cannot he obtained.
ANNUAL MEETING.
Election of Y, M. C. A. Officers
and Directors.
The auiiii.il meeting uf tho Y. M. C
A. ollicers, directors and members wus
held on Thursday night in tbo association building. The attendance wiib
fair. The chief business was the election ul directors and ollicers. President lt. Howson took tl.o chair. Tbo
following were elected directors for a
term ol threo years: It. llowson, J. II.
Lyons, W. W. Foster, II. Cunningham
Morris, C, K. Maedonald, K. N. Doyle,
J. D. Gule, J. Lawson, The following
were elected ollicers lor the ensuing
term: lt, Howson, president! T. Kil-
patiick, vice president; C. 11. Hume,
tieiisurer; A. E. Miliar, recording secretary.
At the closo ol tho meeting thc directors mot und discussed general
business and adjourned tu meet on
Monday night, Aug. 20, ut 8 p. in.,
when tenders will be opened for construction ol addition to new wing.
TALKS BRITISH COLUMBIA.
MoNTHEAIi. Aug. 23.—J. 11. Turner,
agont general lor British Columhin in
London, i in thia city. In an interview lie suys the annual value ol British Columbia's products per capita is
larger than any other oountuy in tl.e
world, liritisb Columbia, he suys, is
more lulk.-.l of today in London than
uny other province of tho Dominion ol
Canada, chiefly becuuse ol tbe great
display ol Iruit Ihey make each year
at the Colonial Fruit Show ol thc
Royal Horticultural Sooioty.
TAKEN OVER
Sanitarium Will Be Ready for
the Reception of Patients in
a Short Time.
KammoPS, B. Xl., August 23.—
Within six weeks' timi patients will
ho received at the temporary quarters
upon the property just taken over by
lhc Auti Tubero .losis Society at
Tranquille Such is the announcement ol Dr, Fagan, chief of the
provincial health department. The
purpose of his visit here was to lormerly
tnke over the property and to place it
In oharge ol a manager appointed by I
tl.e board of directors of the company
The property is situated upon Kamloops lnke, just opposite Tranquille
station o . the main lino of tie C.P It
It. ia about six hundred ncres in
extent and lhe cost, ol it to tbe
society, together with the stock upun
it, was $57,000, The stock is valued
at if20,000.
A thoroughly competent manager
Shaw, by nnme, bus boon secured, lis
will manage the larm and it is believed hy the members of the Society
that it can be run at >i profit, which
will go Inr to meet the cost of main-
lonaneo.
b, a. °>'/S?..50 Per Year
, ^CiOBi^j;^	
GROSSLY DECEIVED.
Sent Out to Nelson District Under Misrepresentation.
Nelson, Aug. 23.—A party of Scotch
men who hnve justnrriv.d here,appe. r
to have been grossly deceived l.v an
emigration agency in Glasgow known
as the Emigration, Tourist nnd Colon
ization society, and officered hy several
ministers ol the goBpel. If their story
is true an investigation should l.e
made into the methods ol this company and punishment meted out (.it-
deluding tlie public. Thc arrival
here say that they were induced to
pay a depoeit on Iruit lands in the
vicinity of Nelson up.n tbe distinct
understanding that upon arrival in
Nelson they would be met by the own-
ner oi thc fruit lnnds in question,
hoarded and fed tree of charge and
given employment at the rate of $3
per diem lor full time or for so much
of thoir time ns they were prepared to
put in on the farm. The party on arrival here were not met and have not
been given work or Iree board. Happily
they have found employment at the
C. P. R. shipyard uud consequently
are not absolutely stranded. So far
ub could be gathered last, the loca!
party, the owner of tlie land offered
lor sale under these advantageous con
ditions in Scotland, had given no uu
thority for any such promises ns were
made to these men,
MOONLIGHT  EXCURSION
Enjoyable Trip Down the Columbia on the s.s. Revelstoke
"All peacefully gliding,
Tlie waters dividing
The indulei.thatlei.il moved slowly
..l.uig;
The trippers light I.e.... I,
From sorrow long parted,
Beguiled every ...onii.nl with laughter and song.
"II uit nli", ti'i- the rapid that met illy,
merrily,
Gambols und leaps .... Ils tortuous
wayi
Soon we shall enter it, cheerily,
cheerily,
Pleased with its freshness and wel
with iis spray."
Summer evenings huvo a charm ol
their own, and no more pleasant u
way of enjoying a quiet eummor
night's outing could huve been found
thun thut arranged on Wednesday
night, when a merry and happy throng
hoarded the steamer Revelstoke (or ..
moonlight trip on tbo Columbia. The
arrangements were under the auspices
of the Ludies' Aid ol St. Andrew's
and everytliingwo.it oil'"swimmingly"
A large crowd took advantnge ol the
evening excursion, and whon the
vessel steamed nwuy Iron, the landing
a very ani.....led gathering occupied
every vantage point of tl.e steamer's
un.pie uiToiiimod.iti.in. Uiiliirltinaie-
ly tbo chief attraction, namely, the
moon, wub conspicuous l.y itn ul.se.ice,
nnd bid bei-sell behind bunks of heavy
cloud., taking an occuniomil peep
through it rill to see il she wus being
very much missed. Owing to the
darkness tl.e .'nplniV did not lake his
emitfar, but dodged about live miles
or so below thu city, Thu Independent Bund discoursed lively music
during the trip, while ice cream and
other refreshments were servid and
devoured witii relish, the cool breezes
..If the water giving nn edge to the
appetite. Hume was Hindu about
10:30 o'clock and the trippers disembarked nfter n delightful nnd novel
..veiling's .......seine..1.
HARVESTERS ON THEIR WAY
WINNIPEG, Aug. 22.—The first trui.i
loud ol harvesters to look after the
w. stern crop will arrive in Winnipeg
on Sunday next.
It is the intention nl tho 0, P. R. to
pursue tho sumo plan ol handling tlio
men as InBt year, Ior it waB tlio most
successful ever tried, and no com-
pluintfl hnvo lieon received. Tbe ox-
uurslonltts will be ticketed to Winnipeg nud retloketed lor western points.
This plan bus prevented oonlutlon,
and with proper organization horc tho
n.cii can ho bundled with little or uo
deity.
Headquarters for  Tetley's   Teas
THK FINEST THE WORLD PRODUCES
DO YOUR GROCERY
BUYING HERE
And  you  will be
satisfied,     '.'our  ne
won't have belter cdi
or get any lower prices
on the same quality
BOTTLED
GOODS
Come in   and   examine   our  stock
of  Fine   Goods   such   as     Imported
Olives, Salads    Dressings,    Sauces   and
Extracts. Theyare as good as can be obtained
Headquarters  for Tetley's  Teas
THE Fl.MOST TIIK WORLD PRODUCES.
K III.
$500 CASH
Buys New House finished with all modern
conveniences and ready for occupancy.
BALANCE ON   EASY
MONTHLY   PAYMENTS
CALL HERE AT ONCE
Offices !—Molsons Rank Building,
V>_
ies,
I ELKPHONE ;, I
DEALERS   I N
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
AGENT   FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
a op. iu
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office  Toronto, Ontario.
lii. t ij .I,..    il.  It... I'mviuee, ul SI.mm....,,,, Ail.'.ru. Sim I,,.,■!...w.mv
liriti.,1. ('i.itin.t)la, Ontario, -ji,,..,,.,
Capital AuthOriied . . .        $10,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up ....   s4,83o,ooo.oo
Reserve Fund ....       S4,83o,ooo.oo
I). It. WILKIE, President; llnx, R. Jafkhay, Vice-President,
A Ceneral Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts told available In all part* of Canada, United States and
Europe.  Special attention given i.. Collection!,
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from dale of deposit and credited
quarterly,
Revelstoke Branoh, B. C.  A. E. Phipps, Manager.
Watch tbe corner window daily tor - Every school book the children
the choicest ot fresh Iruits and vege j wunt. They can got tho latent editions
tables.   C. B. Hume & Co. Lit the Canuda Drug A Hook Btore. vine  iHJim*iijfcirtif.
I'l BU8HKD WEDNESDAY AND BATOR
HAY AT
.REVELSTOKE. B.C.,
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Murphy.       Haroi.h Fisher
G
ILLAN A ELLIOTT.
BMtbUn.l Solicitors, Ett
RKVKLSTOHi uo TROUT I.AKK III. 0.
C. E. ilii.uv I*- <■'- Kiu"rr
fl
ARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
BARRIsrFKS, BIILIC.TOH8, ETC.
Orricis    li tHIAl Hash Mock,  Ukvii.-
>btokk, B.C.
.Money to loan. _
Offlow: Itcvelsloke, B. ('.; Cranbrook, B. C.
qeo. 3. McTartsk,
>.. M. PmraiH, J. A. Harvkv.
Kereletoke, B. C.       Cranraok, B.    .
J. M. Scot. I.L.I) W. I. Brings.
QCOn*   AND   BRIGGS
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc,
Money to Limn
;*sol.citoiis;;for;Mi)LS(>n8 Bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
TAS. A. McFARLANE
ASSATER & CHEMIST
Auays ol All Ores.  Sample, by mall or express
receive prompt attention,
Term. Moderate.
A1.DM.-!       •       -      -       BOX 432 KASLO, B. C.
-pOBERT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Suiveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box IUG, Revelstoke,
c
.OLIN     CAMPBELL,
I'F.OVISCIAI. ASSAVUl. & CHEMIST,
N0T1BV PIBL.C, Etc,
Phone 2     SEW DENVER, B.C.     P.O Box 10
E
DWARD A. HAGGEN
MINING ENGINEER
(Member American ^Institute of
Mining Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstoke, B. C.
Mine Management, Examinations
and Reports,
Reports compiled, Plans and Blue
Prints of Land, Timber Limits, Mines,
Mills and Buildings prepared in shape
for submission to prospectiveinvestors
or purchasers,
Gbe i1Dail4)eralb
" I would . . . earnestly advise thero lor
their good to order this paper to be punctually
served up, &nd to be looked upon as a part of
the tea equipage."—AD0I80!..
SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1907
A PROFITABLE SCHEME
The spirit of enterprise has been
largely evinced in Revelstoke during
the past year and evidences of the
march of progress are demonstrated on
all sides. From city improvements to
development further afield in the
timber areas and mining properties,
the same upward and onward movement can be seen, and it is this development of outside resources that
would materially aid in not only
enriching and enlarging the city
itself, but the whole diatrict, and
incidentally tbe whale country at
large. Owing to ber geographical
position Revelstoke can claim to be a
suitable and desirable headquarters
tor many industries, and being the
centre of vast fruit growing, mining
and timber interests, and a city where
the devotees of each industry please to
congregate, also muBt necessarily
derive considerable benefit both in the
abstract and concrete [rom such centralization. The possibilities ol the
Big Bend country cannot be over-
estimated, and up till now thii district
has been only developed to a com
ptrttively small degree. Some ul the
richest known mineral deposits eiist
in the Bend, and an almost unlimited
supply of magnificent timber; and
moreover further north lie acres and
acres ol good agricultural land, wait
ing only lor tbe axe and plough, Tbat
such t rich district should not have
better access has been long regretted
and even with the arrival ol the
steamer, there is not yet sullicient
means of tapping tbe country. Local
enterprise hai fortunately realized
what opportunities are l-aing miBsed
tnd the construction ol a tram line
from the present terminal pointol the
steamboat run round Death Rapids to
connect with another steamer on the
upper river will shortly be entered
upon. Apart from this tl.e Provincial
government has promised to open up
and construct a trail to Ctnoe river
by which means large areas ot rich
tgricultural and fruit growing landB
will be brought into close touch and
oo which si ns ol development will
necessarily commence. That Revel
itoke tud in fact outside capital wil
tt onee take advantage ol these
schemes ol enterprise, is t foregone
conclusion since the benefits thtt will
accrue cannot be too highly estimated
It is satisfactory to see that our local
men have weighed the situation and
thtt they have entered upon a scheme
return and he ol unquestionable value
to the district and to the provineo at
urge.
BANKS AND
MONEY STR1NGENI Y
The money market stringency is
slill cxerciting the minds of the Canadian publio who hnve a long list of
reasons which they cun ussign as to
the causes. The bunks, too, nre now
complaining ol shortness ol funds, nnd
..I the falling off of deposits, which
tbey attribute to tbe many speculative
schemes that have been in evidence all
over the Dominion. Tho following
extract from the Canadian Courier
will givo a good outline ol the situation :—
The bsnka are complaining of a
abortncBs ol lundt nnd they are not
able to give the accommodation
thought ncceasnry by the business
oommunity, Various reasons hnve
been assigned, Some declare thnt tlie
hankers are trying to ruiso the discount rntc so ns to increase their
profits. 1 his surely is untrue, since
bank profits are so bigli now as to
create a leeling ot unrest among those
who are alwayB looking lor an opportunity to orltioite financial interests.
Some claim that the bankers are
hoarding money so as to check extravagance in living and investments
Thia is a more reasonable view, but
taken by itself it ia improbable. Such
a reason might be one element in the
situation, but it would not be the only
ie.
Others claim that the bankH themselves are extravagant and there secma
some ground for this contention. One
of the bankerB, Sir H. Montagu Allan,
has publicly protested against the
extravagant bank buildings now
being erected everywhere. Some time
ago the bank ol Montreal spent about
a million dollars, it iB Baid, on its
head office. The sum must have been
arge, aB anyone who visits this palatial marble and bronze establishment
may ensily define. The Bank of
Commerce is erecting a building in
Montreal now in which will cost, ii is
believed, ovor a million dollars. Oiher
banks are lollowing hard. Most ol
these buildings are unproductive. Tlie
Traders' building in Toronto, the
Union in Winnipeg and most large
United States buildings, produce rents
which pay an interest on the investment. Few ol the bank buildings in
Toronto and Montreal and through
the provinces generally are in this
class; tbey are handsome one or two-
storey structures built for show, rather
than revenue. The Bank ot Montreal
must have over two million dollars'
worth of buildings, perhapa they have
ovei three; yet the month bank statement shows bank premises worth
$600,000.
In an article whicli appeared a few
weeks ago, a mistake wns made in
regard to an expansion ol call loans.
In order to rectify this, the figures arc
given correctly :
Call loans in Canada ... I 49,481,000
Call loans outside      55,298,000
Current loans in Cnnada   580,9:10,000
Cur.ent loans ousside.,.     23,388,000
Bill to Protect Purchasers of
Mining Stock.
The Underwood bill to protect purchasers of mining stocks will he introduced  in  tho   United Slates......g.e-s
at the next session. It will ulso regulate the promotion un.l organization
ol mining stock companies, nnd bus
been carefully drawn up hy experienced
counsel. It ia believid that il sanctioned it will put the "wild-catter," or
crooked promoter, out ol business.
A synopsis of tlie important points
follow:
A full statement of the mining company shnll be furnished to aud filed
with tbe postmaster general of tbe
United Stutes, and receive bis approval of tbo deliniteness of the statements
therein contained belore the niinin-
company shnll be permitted to sell its
stock through advertising or other
uses ol the mails, This lull statement
and in formation to he accompanied by
an engineer's report, and provision
mndo in relation to the engineer's report, that uny lulae material statement
contained in the Bame or any false or
lorged signature ol any engineer, or
tlie assumption ot any fictitious names
or use ol fictitious signature shall he
punished by fine und imprisonment.
Failure to submit to the postmaster
general for approval, in accordance
with tbe terms of the bill, a statement
and engineer's report before advertising or otherwise selling mining stock,
to be punished by heavy fine for every
offence.
Total 1716,097.000
During the paat twelve months the
increase in these four items has been
about seventy millions. This practically does away with the hoarding
idea, since deposits and bank notes
have ouly increased about the same
amount.
This is one feature which deserves
mention in passing. The call I >ans
outside Canada, to wit in New York,
increased by seven million between
April and June ol thii year. This is
at a time when Canadians were heing
told that money was acarce, the hunk
era sent seven million dollars t.. h'lp
the speculators across tho border.
This is a feature ol bank policy which
cannot be highly commended, i'.s-i-
blj- there la an explanation, but it has
not been given. When these venerable hank manager- talk nt all it is
usually to harangue the people to l.e
careful and go slowly and not lake
nny risks, tlieymintmeetcnninierc.il
needs nnd conditions und meet them
quickly if the country is to mnke
headway.
It would seem but reasonable that
the banks should be asked to recall
Borne ot that fifty livo million they
have in New York and u«e it to keep
the legitimate industries and activities
of this country supplied with tl.e
necessary lunds for prompt trani-
tction of business.
ROD AND GUN FOR AUGUST
The delights of Camping with an
Automobile is the latest experience
open to sportsmen and the August
number ef "Rod and Gun nnd Motor
Sports in Canada," published by W.
J. Taylor, nt Woodstock, Ont., tells all
about it. ln all probability before
ninny years ure over this method of
visiting tbe backwoods will be extensively followed, though it ia sale to say
that those who preser to go where automobiles cannot penetrate will be
able to indulge their preferences in
Cnnada for generations yet to come'
The diary of a big game hunting expedition in the north of British Columbia, and the successes achieved by the
party, form interesting reading. To
show the effective manner in which
tliis magazine covers the Canadian
lield an account is given ol the formation ol a fish, forest and game protective association for New Brunswick,
an account of the new game act passed
for Nova Scotia, while the virgin
ascent ol Mount Begbie is recorded
and tbe delights ol shooting geese in
Alberta are described. Fishermen will
lind their requirements well looked
after, and several Btories on their favorite topic should give them some
pleasant half hours; while hunters are
far from forgotten. A settler's view of
the dog hunting controversy sliould
be rend by all, inasmuch as it is not
often this point ol view i, given, while
u further novel article is the description by Mr..lames Knox ol how some
hunters find as much enjoyment Irom
their fishing ami hunting experiences
in a well fitted up camp in old Ontario
as do those wlm go further afield and
do pioneer work in a new country.
With many other good things the August number is a budget no sportsman
can (ail to welcome.
CORRECTION.
We wish to correct a statement
which appeared in the Nelson Canadian ol Tuesday, Aug 20, which says
that "Chief of Provincial Police Devitt
ol that citv baa been taking charge of
a case of lour goal breakers who wore
subsequently sentenced to terms of
imprisonment." This is entirely
wrong, since Mr, Devitt was up bore
investigating thc case of one goal
breaker, who is still at large, named
Frank Lawrence. Although wo admit
tbat this one caso unhappily occurred
in this town, still wo would point out
that the practice it not general,
WILSON'S
FLY
PADS
Kill thorn all.
NedMdfliM
lying abttrt
—h*n immI a*
UlnetMl.
— MU »V —
diiiicoiiti, oHcim mi onimi itiiii
ioo, par paokat, ar • paokot* far Ito.
will laat a whola hum
Local Rovelstoke
Socialist Party of Canada
Meets Flwt and Tl.iril Wednesday In tin. month
in Selkirk Ilnll, upstairs, at 8 p..... subject for
itlicuaslon—"Arraingtnent ..( Capitalism.    All
Interested aro welcome.
C. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Camp, No. 1*29.
Moot, Second nn.1 Fourth Wednesdays In
l-i.rli ...null.. I.. Selkirk Hull. Visiting Wood-
...en cordially Invited lonl lend.
IV, II. AIIMSTllONO.Coii.Com.
.1. MoINTYllB, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE AERIE {To. 432
F. 0. E.
The reiuilnr meetings nro bold In the Selkirk
Hall ovory Ibid and 4th Tuesday evening at 8
o'cliic. Visiting brethren are cordially invited.
H. A. BROWN, I'MSSIDENT.
W. E. McLAU.'HLIN, SECaETAM.
Kootenay Lodxe No. 15 AF.&'A.M.
Tho regular meetings are held in the
Masonic Temple,
Jdd Follows Hall.oi.
Ihe third Monday to
-inch month at 8
p.m. Visiting broth
ren cordially wel
como
C. A. FHUCUNIKIt, Secretary.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO 12, 1,0.0. F.
Meets everyThursday
ovoning in Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited tc attond
B. THIMBLE, N.G. J. MATHIE, Sec
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, r*. "elstoke, B. C.
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY.
exeBpl Third Wednesday ol
each ii.onth, in the Oddfellows'
Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
Knights nre cordially invited.
T.;\V. BRADSHAW, CC.
U. H. BROCK, K. ol R. * S.
H. A. BROWN. M. ol P
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receive Ifi fancy, haudsorae, imported
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Without Newspapers
Newspapers throughout America
have been discussing tl.e incident at
Butte, Montana, where for thirty-
nine days tl.e newspapers suspended
publication owing to labor troubles
The aspect which ha« chiefly appealed
to them however, was the effect on
the trade of Bultecaused l.y the Stoppage of newspaper advertising. It
appears that lhe Butte merohantl
turned to the use ol billpotting, hand
bills, and circular letters lo bring their
offerings before the public, and that
the result was almost dilMtrout,
i'l....iters lost their patronage, itorei
werc empty of customers, manufacturers and wholesaler? felt the drop In
trade. Kven the stock exchange was
affected, as Investors and speculators
rol.ia.-.l to credit tbe Information given
by tho circulars issue.I, »b..-I. necessarily lacked the guarantee afforded
by a reputable daily paper.
The episode conclusively proved ih>-
immense superiority ol new,papers
over other forms of silver.ising, but
that was by no means in m.-.st inter-
eating feature. From a sociological
standpoint the effect on tho public
was remarkable. The absence of reliable information as to passing events
caused all sorts of trouble in Hutu, at
the time,
NOTICE
As I have purchased a suitable
building I intend to remain in tho
city and open a fancy, dry good, dress
making and millinery business on
First street, opposite the Climax hotel.
Mrs. (!. E, Hpilsbnryol Vancouver will
have charge of the millinery department, A. MA8LEN.
J,
Fruit Lands
I have many enquiries lor
Fruit Lands from Winnipeg,
Toronto,and Vancouver. Persons d.siring to d'spoBe ol
tbeir holdings, large or small,
will do well to list them vith
me. Correspondence aoiicited.
Jas. I. Woodrow.
BULBS
From France, Holland and
Japan
SEEDS! TREES!
PLANTS!
FOR FALL PLANTING
reliable varieties tt reasonable prices.
Fertilizer", lice Supplies, Spray Pumps
Bprtyfng Material, Oat Flower., etc.
Oldest established nursery on the
mainland ol H.C.   Catalogue Iree.
M J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
ORCEHHOUSER .HO 8II0H0UIII VAHCOUVER 1.0
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium.
Under ti... n.-w management of
IIauuy  M. I-.t'.hii,     offioin   House
Rowland,
miii-: MEDIC
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world. A perfect, nat.ual remedy for
all Nervous nnd Musclar diseases,
Liver, Kidney und Htom.ieh ailments
and Metallic Poisoning. A sun- cure
for "That. Tired Keeling." Special
rates nn all boats and trains. Two
mails nirive and drnit (Very day,
Telegi-.i li rommiin ation with all
marts of the world.
Twi.MH   912 to $13 per week,   For
further particulars apply to
HAItltV McINTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrotv Lak: >, C
TAXIDERMIST
I)c.-r Heads, Animals, Birds, Flih, iKtc,
MOUNTED
Alllin.ll  Hues .Mi.t.i.te.l,
I' ... Hiram,
Hlutllo: iti.riKfr.if Pint St. and Boyle Avo,
ll.fvi-l.l.i 1...   ..•.
J. IYcINTYRE & SON
Full line ot Groceries and Dairy
I';..due.', Men's Supplies, Etc.
Fresh stock always arriving at
lowest pi ices,
rinoi o nice i, • city restaurant
E. A. SPRING
HARNE88   AND BOOT MANUFACTURER
Place your orders for your
Harness.,—Hand-make Boots
and Fancy Leather floods. . .
MAIL 0RDER8 CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO
FIRST STREET
CEMENT BLOCKS
Miiuiifiicturixl for ull classeslof buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All Itindslof building and plastering
undertaken,
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
James Evans
MEAT MARKET
Dealers iu Beel, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and Game in
Season. OrdorB promptly attended to,
First St. Revelstoke
WAH CHUNG
All kinds of Green Vegetables ready for the Market.
Fresh local grown Strawberries $3.25 and $3.50 Per
Crate.
Ripe Gooseberries 10c.
Per Lb.	
Front Street, Revelstoke
TELEPHONE 29.
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Express
Draying;
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All Kinds of Light and H iavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES, PIANOS, ETC
Dealer in Wood, Coal and Feed.
Phone 71. House Phone
THE   OPPORTUNITY
To Buy Property In and Around
REVELSTOKE   IS   NOW I
Never Again will It be so Low
I have lor sale the following:—
One Cottage, corner Charles and
Douglas Sl.—$800, easy terms,
Two Houses, Third St.—$1,500
each.
Oue House, corner King and
Front Sts.—$1,700.
One House on Douglas S..—$800.
Eight Acres just outside the City
Limits, suitable for fruit—$100 per
acre. Together with larger lots
of Fruit Lands near the City.
Also one 25 foot lot suitable for
business site on First Street, close
to McKenzie Ave.
For full particulars apply to;—
W. B. ROBERTSON
Revelstoke, B. 0.
Dl^ DUIIIMUpi JUIC
Hides, Shotguns, Revolvers,
Fishing Tackle, Tents, Hunting .....I Oul Ing Suits, Cannes.
Boat', Tvp.'writers und Olliee
Desk, Field and Ope... Glnsses,
All at less than hull' price.
Write at once for bin list,
SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE
Nauwigewauk, N. IJ., Canada.
BRICKS! BRICKS!! BRICKS!!
The, bent. Brick in the Province.
Well burnt Brick in huge or
small quantities ut Heasonable
Prices.
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mailed Iree on request.
We only handle the ^best goods money
cnn buy, only goods of best mills, manufacturers and packers shipped.
We make Prompt Shipment*.
We absolutely guarantee satisfaction
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It is a duty to You, lo Your Family anil
to your Pocket Book to investigate our
prices.
We do not belong lo the Jobbers' or
Retailers' Guild or Association or any
trust.
References I Any Bank, Railway or
Express Company in the City, or the
names of twenty thousand satisfied customers in the lour provinces.
Write for Our Prioe Hit To-day.
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WINNIPEG ■ MANITOBA
FIFTH   ANNUAL
NELSON FRUIT FAIR
NELSON,  B 0.
WEDNESDAY,  THURSDAY,
FRIDAY
SEPTEMBER
18, 19, 20, 1907
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Than Ever
Something Doing
Every Minute
FREE SHOWS TWICE DAILY
HORSE  RACES
Cheap Excursion Rates
On All Transportation
Lines
For   Information  or
Prize List, Write.
D. C. MoMORRIS,
Secretary
P. 0. Box 95,
NELSON, B.C.
CW.BUSK,   President
Central Hotel
is»__REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,  PROPRIETORS.
Newly built,     First-class in every respect.   All modern convenience!
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.60 per Day, ' Spec! I Weekly Rates,
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest thc
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day,   Monthly rate.
J.   .ALBERT    STOnSTE     PROP.
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands 01 Wines, Liquorsand Cigars.   Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
mHE MEDICAL WATERS of Hal
y.in are the moit curative In the
Motel.
CHIEF  YOUNQ,
Proprietor
HOTEL VICTORIA
'Under   New   Management)
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,   B,   C.
First-elus accommodation lor travellers.
Host brands   of  Wines,   Spirits,   and
Cigars.
RATES   $1   AND   $150   PER   DAY
FREE  BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS
Revelsloke Lund Dislricl
Disiri.i of Wesi Kootenny,
Take notice Ihal Hugh iMcl.cn.., ol
Revelsloke, II. C„ occupation Prospector.
inio.uls lo upply for special limber licences
over the following described lands.
1. Commencing nl a posl planlcd a1
.he north-wesl corner ol T, L. 0,251,
marked "Hugh McLean's north-east corner," thence west So cbnins, thence south
80 ciniins, Ihence eas. So ehnins, lhcuce
norlh 80 chainslo point of commencement,
conlaining 640 acres more or less, X.'
2. Commencing .11 a posi planned z'A
miles west ol Columbia River und i'/i
miles soulli ol Smilli Creek, nud marked
"Hugh McLean'snorlhreas. cornerpost,"
Ihence suulh 80 clmins, thence west 80
cliains, thence north 80 chains, tlience
cnsl 80 ehuins to poim of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
3. Commencing ut u post plumed 3'A
miles wesl ol Columbia River and i'A
miles soulh of Smilli Creek and niarked
"Hugh McLean's norlh-easl corner post,"
thence south 80 cliiiins, Ihence wesl 80
chains, thence nortli 80 chains, thence enst
80 chains to point of coiunienccme.il, conlaining 640 acres more or less.
4. Commencing ;il n posl plnuled 4
miles wesl of Columbia River and 4)4
inili-.s soulli of Smith Creek, und mnrked
"Hugh McLean's north-east comer |>ost,'|
Ihence soulh 80 chains, Ilieucc west 80
chains, Ihence norlh 80 ehnins, Ihence
easl 80 chains lo point ol commencement,
coutnining 640 ncres more or less.
5. Commencing at a posl planlcd 4
miles wesl of Columbin River, and 7 miles
south of the mouth of Smith Creek, and
marked "Hugh McLean's norlh-easl corner posl," thence south 80 chains, Iheuce
wesl 80 clmins, llienee north 80 chains
thencu east 80 chains to poiut of com
meneement, containing 640 ncres more 0
less.
6. Commencing at a post planted 4
miles wesl of Columbia River and 7 miles
soulh of the mou.h of Smith Creek and
marked "Hugh McLean's north-east corner posl," Ihence soulh 80 chains, ll.cnce
wesl 80 chains, Ihence norlh 80 clmins,
llienee east 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less,
7. Commencing at a post planted i}i
miles west of Columbin River nnd 2 miles
north of Forty-nine Creek, and marked
"Hugh McLean's north-east comer post,"
llienee soulh 80 chains, thenco west 80
chains, Ihence norlh 80 chnius, tlience
eest 80 chains lo |K>int of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
8. Commencing nl a posl plunled 3J
miles wesl of Columbia River nnd 2 miles
north of F0.ly-.1inc Creek, and murked
"Hugh McLean's north-east corner posl,"
ihence soulh 80 chains, thence wesl 80
chains, Ihence north 80 chains, tlience
easl 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
9. Commencing at a posl planted on
ll.e norlh bank of Forty-nine Creek, 5
miles west of Columbia River, and inarked
"Hugh McLean's south-east corner post,"
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence soulli 80 ehuins, lhcuce
cast 80 chains lo point of commencement,
conlaining 640 acres more or luss.
Dated Julv 6th, 1907.
10. Commencing at n post planted on
the north bank of Forly-ninc Creek, 5
miles wesl of Columbia Kiver, and mnrked
"Hugh McLean's north-enst corner posl,"
tlience soulli 80 chains, Ihence wesl 80
chains, Ihence norlh 80 chains, Ihence
eas. 80 chains to poinl ol commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
il. Commencing at a post planlcd J
mile north of Forty-nine Creek, 6 miles
west ol Columbia River, and marked
"Hugh McLean's soulh-east corner post,"
thence norlh 80 chains, Ihence wesl 80
chains, Ihence soulh 80 chains, Ihence
easl 80 drains lo point ot commencement,
containing 640 ncres more or less,
12. Commencing at a post planled jj
mile norlh of Forty-nine Creek, 6 miles
wesl of Columbia River, and marked
"Hugh McLean's norlh enst corner post,"
thence south 80 drains, Ihence wesl 80
chains, lhcuce nortli 80 chains, Ihence
east 80 chains lo poinl of commencemeni,
conlaining 640 ncres more or less.
13. Commencing at apost planled 4
miles west of Columbia River and 2 J miles
south of Smith Creek, and marked "Hugh
McLean's south-east corner post," Ihence
north 80 chains, Ihence wesl 80 drains,
thence south 80 chains, tlience east 80
drains to point of commencemeni, containing 640 acres more or less.
14. Commencing at a post planted 3J
miles west of Columbia Kiver and 2J miles
soulh of Smith Creek, and marked "Hugh
McLean's north-east corner post," Ihence
south 80 drains, thence west 80 chains,
Ihence nor.h 80 chains, thence east 80
chains lo point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
15. Commencing at a posl planted 5
miles west from Columbin River and 2$
miles south of Smith Creek, and marked
"Hugh McLean's south-east corner post."
theuce north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, ihence south 80 cliains, thence
east 80 chains to point ol commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
16. Commencing ut a posl planted 4)
miles west of Columbia Kiver nud 2 *. miles
south of Smith Creek, and marked "Hugh
McLean's north-easl comer posl," Ihence
west 80 chains, tlience south 80 chains,
tlience east 80 chains, Ihence north 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Daled July 7th, 1907.
snt aug 3 HUGH McLEAN.
NOTIGE.
Ilsrlnirsvllln Ul.il llls.rlol.
District of < aribuo.
Take notice thai I, (lus K, lled.lrom, of Kevelstoke, occupation Timber (.miner, intend to
apply Ior a special timbor llcoiine over the loi-
liiwl.iKilCM-r.liu.l laud:
1. Commencing a. a post plantod on Warier
Creek and almut lwo miles from .he moutb of
Ulaeler Creuk and markud "Uus K. Hedsirom's
a..utbeasl eornor post," tlience nortb SO ebalus
thence we.l so obaina, thonco south 80 chain.,
Ihenee east so chaina io tbe pointof commencement, and containing 64U aerea more or
lens
'I. commenci nu ata poat planted on Glacier
Crook aud about two mflca from the moulh of
(Hauler Croek, and m rkeil - (ius E.HedKlroin's
wull. weal corner pusl," thence nnrlh so chains
thenee eaa. so chain., Ihenee south su ebains,
tlience wea. SO ohaina to the point of commencement, and containing 040 acres, more or
leaa.
Daled July 18th, 1907.
wed aug 11 QUS. E HEDSTROM.
NOTICE
I.lllooet Land Districl.
District ol I.lllooet,
Take notice lhat Androw Kltwm ol
Revelitoke, B. .'., occupation Miner, inlenil.
toapply lar a apodal limber lieenaeover the
following described landa:
1. Commenolng at a poat planled about two
mllea north ol Smoky House Creek near the
...inl..wes. corner ol T, L. 81S6 and marked
"Andrew Kltaon'a N.E. corner," thence running south 80 ohalna, thenoe wen 80 ohalm,
Ihence north SO ohalna, tbence eut 80 chaini
to point of oommencemon. and containing 610
a -res more or le. .
9, Commencing a. t po.. planted about two
mllea north ol ibe moutb ol Smoky House
creek, near tbo nun leu-cat corner ol T. L. 8165
and marked "Andrew Klin....', 8. K, corner,"
thence running north SO chain., thoneo weat
80 cbaina, thence aoulh 80 chaina. tbenee east
SO ohalna lo point ol commenoement and containing Wl acre, moro or lesa.
Daled July Slh, «o7.
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Persons having tiinhce for
sale kindly write, stilling lull
particulars, to
W. J. Robido, 601 Elmwood Ave.
Buffalo, N. Y.
NOTIGE.
NOTIGE
Revelatoke Und District
District ol West Kmit 'Hiiy.
Tnke notice that WaniMi Andrews of Revelatoke, b c , occupation Prospector, Intends to
apply (or speciul timber licenses over tbe foi-
lowing described lands.
1. CommeiiciiiK nt. a post planted nt the
north-east comei of T L (HUB, murked "Warren
Andrews' N. W. cornor," tlience oast IBO cliains,
tliouce snutli -II) cliains tlionco west ItiO clmiiis,
tlionco nnrth 40 cliains top int nf commence*
meut coutnining MO acros moro or loss.
2. Commencing tit ii post plnnletl at tlio
north-enst curnor of T. L>, 9057, marked "Warren Andrews N.W. cumor." thouco east 80
chains, thenco smith IM) clmins, tbeuce wost 80
cliains, thnnco north K0 ehnins to point of commencement, eontalnlug Mi acres more or loss.
8, Commonolug nt a post planted one mile
east of tho south-oust enrnor of T. I..%:•",,
markod ''Warreu Andrews' 8. W corner,
thence oast SO chums, thouce north SO chains,
thoncu wost mi chains, tlienco south mi chains to
pointof commuuconioiit, containing WO acres
moro or less.
4. Commonolng at a post plnulel ut tho
Boutlreast cornerof T. 1.. 10109, markel "Warren Andrew.-' S. ff, corner," thonce east80
ehuins, thenco north 80 chains, thonco wost 80
chuius. thonco soulli BOobaltts to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
fi. Commencing nt apost plantod one milo
onst of tho south-oust curuer of T. L Kll >\
marked "Warreu Andrews' B, W> coruer,"
thenco oast 80 chains, theuco uorth SOchaius,
thenco wust mi cl ains, tliouce south 80 chains to
point of comiueiii'oiiient. containing640 acres
more or less,
0. Commencing at n post planted al. tho
north-east cumer of T. L. 10409, murked "Warreu Androws' S, W. corner." thouco north SO
chaius. thonco oast 60 chains, thonco south 80
chaius, thouco west 80 chains to poiut of cum-
moncomeut, containing ''In acres moro or loss,
1. Commencing at a post plnnted une milo
oast nftho uorth-oast corner of T.L.ltttW, markod "Warreu Andrews' B. W. corner," thence
oast SO chuius, thence north 80 chains, thouce
west 80 chains, theuce south 80 chains to point
of cum meucemeut, containing 640 acres more or
less.
8. Commouciug 'it a post plauted at the
south-east corner of T.L. 9017, marked "Warreu Andrews' N.E. corner," thence south 20
chains, thence eust 20 chains, theuce south 140
chnius, theuce west -o chains, theuce north 20
chains, theuce west20 chains.thence uorth 140
chains, thence east 20 chaius to point of com-
moucemout, contaiuiug tiio acres mure or less.
Dated July 3rd. 1907. i
9. Commencing nt o post planted at the I missioner of 'Lands and Works for; permlsaTon to
soutb-west cornor of T. L.9785, marked "War- purchase the following descrihed landa, situated
ren Andrews'  N.K.  corner," thence smith 80  on Upper Arrow Lake, District of Weat Kootenay:
Dislrict of .Vest Knoteuay.
Tako notice that Cuail-'s K. Held, of Cran-
brook, U.<'., occupation Druggl-t, iittu-ids to applv
for spocial licenses over tiiofullouiiig described
lnmls:
1. ('ommenclng at a post pi.int.nl about nm
clialus norlli from the mouth of nig Creea ami
about <sn chains west of omapllx and marked
"Olwrlei K. Iteld's s.K. comer post," tbence 80
chuius west, thonoo kj chains north, thence So
ehains east, I hence 8-i chains south to point of
commencement, and containing 640 acres nmre nr
loss.
2. Commencing at a post uiarked''Charles i-:
Iteld's N. K. comer post," plantcil about Hn)
chains north from the mould of Big Creek and
tln.iit su cliains west ut Comaplix. tbeuce fe"
chains west, theuce SOchaius soutli,tbence:U
.hains east, then.-e 8") chains north to point nf
commencement, and cuntaining (HO acres more or
less.
8, Commencing at a post marked "Charles li
Keid's s. W. coruer post," plantcil ahout lou chains
imrtli from the mouth of Dig Creek ami about 80
chains wes. of Coinaplix, thouce 80 chaius north,
ihenco Kn chains east, thence K0 chains south,
tbeuce ko chains west to point of commencement
and containing 04(1 acres more ur less.
4, Commencing at a post marked "Charles B.
Hold's N. W. cumer post,' planleil about 100
chains uorth from Ihouiuuihof Big Creek ami
ahout 80 chains west ul Comaplix, thence suuth ko
chains, thenco uasl 80 cha ins, thence north Kll
chains, thence west 8u chains to point of com
meneement, ami coulaiuing 041) acres more ur less.
Dated July 18th, 1007.
CEU1U-BS B, RBID,
sat jly 20 .Nicholas Powers, Agent,
ili -1   Henry Atulu'osu
-:'"*.i*. ui-cup-ilii'i) BYee
Lu applv fui* special
over tho following
HeveUtoke Limi District.
District of West Kuotenay.
Take notice lhat Charles K. Reid of Oruturook,
B.C., occupation Druggist) Intends to apply fnr a
special timlior license over the following described
lamia:
Commeneing at a post marked "Charles E.
Keid's S.W. coruer post," plauted alumi mi chains
north of a post marked " W. P. 1887. D, Uit preemption," and about IJ miles north of Camhoruu,
I). C, thenee north 80 chains, thence cant K0
chains, thenco smitli 80 chains, thoncu west 80
chains tu point of cummencement, and containing
two acres more or lean,
Dated July luth, 1007.
CHARLES E. REID,
aat jly 20 .Nicholas Powers, Agent.
NOTICK
Notico la hereby given that 30 days after
dnte wo iutond lo apply to tho Hon. thu Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works, for special
licence to cut and carry away timber from the
following described lands:
Commenolng at a pust plnntod at the northeast corner of Robert Uleudiimiiig's pre-emption No, till, West Kooteuay District, and
marked "Big Bend Lumber Company's southeast corner post," thouco nortli 40 cliains,lhoiice
wust UIO chains, thenco south 40 chains, thenco
cast KIO chains lo point of cummouccmeut.
Arrowhead, B.C., July 8th, UM.
sat jly Jo        Hm Bund Lumhkk Co., Ltd.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 60 daya afterdate I
intend to apply to tlie Honorable, tiie Chief "Coin
chains, theuce west 80 chaius, theuce uorth 80
chains, theuce oast SOchaius to poiut uf com-
mouceineiit, coutaiuiug 040 acres mureur loss.
ll). Commeueiug at a post planted atthe
souih-wosicornor of T. L. 11785, marked "Warreu Andrews' S. E. comer," theuce wast 80
chaius, thence north 80 cbaius, theuce east 80
"•Imins, thouce south 80 chaius to poiut of commeucemeut, containing 010 acres more or leas.
11. Commencing at a post plnuted at the
north-west corner of T. L. 1*7S2. marked "Warren Audrews' north-east coruer." thencosouth
80 chains, theuce west 80 chains, theuce uorth 80
chaius, thence east 80 chains to poiut of com
meucemeut, coutaiuiug 040 acres more or less.
12. Commencing at a post planted at tbe
north-west corner of T. L. 9785. marked "Warren Audrews' south-east coruer, theuce west_
chaius, theuce uorth 80 chaius, thouce east 80
chains, thouce soutb K0 chaius to poiut of commeucemeut. contaiuiug 010 acres more or less.
13- Commencing at a post plauted at the
south-west coruer of T. L. 8823, marked "Warren Audrews' south-east corner," theuce wost 80
cbaius, thouce uorth SO chains.thence eust 80
chains, tbeuce south KO chains to pointof commeucemeut, containing 040 acres more or less.
14. Commeueiug at a post plauted at the
north-west coruer of T> L. 8823, marked "Warren Andrews' south-east corner, thence wost 80
ibaius, theuce nurth 80 chuius, thonce east 80
chains.thence south 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less.
15. Commencing at a post planted at the
nurth-east coruer uf T.L. 9782, marked "Warreu
Andrews' south-east comer," theuce north SO
chaius, theuce west 80 chains, theuce south 80
chains.thence east 80 chains topoint of commencement, cuntaining 640 acres more or less-
16. Commencing at a pust plnnted at a puiut
80 chains north of the north-west curuer of T.L.
9102, marked 'Warreu Audrews' south-east
curuer," thence west 80 chaius, theuce north 60
chains, theuce east 80 chains, tbeuce suuth t>0
chains to poiut of commencement, coutaiuiug
040 acres mure or less.
17. Commencing at a post plantod SOchaius
north of lhe north-wesl corner of Timber
Limil ,v2.(, and marked "Warreu Andrews'
Bouth-east oorner," thenco west 80 chains,
thencu north 80 chains, tnence ease 80 chains,
thence south 80 chaius le point uf commence
mont, coulaiuing (Bl) acres moro or less,
18. Commencing at a post planted about 20
chains north of tbo south wesl corner of X1, L,
"345, niarked 'Warren Andrews' south-east corner," lhcnco north 100 chains, thenco wosl 40
chains, tbence soulh ltio chains, lhcnco east 40
chainslo pointol commencement, containing
6411 acres moreorJeaS-
19. Commencing al a posi planted at the
aoulh-west cumer of T. L. 1856, markod "Warreu Andrews' south-east cornor," lhcuce west
80chaius. lhcuce nurih Sk) cbaius, Ibenco east
80 chains, lhcuce south 80 chaius lo point uf
commeucemeut, containing 040 acros more or
less.
20. Commencingat a post plantod ulthu
souib-weHi cornerof T, L.16-% marked "Warreu Andrews' south-east corner,'1 thouco west
80 ehains, Ihence uorlh 80 chains, Uience oast
80 ohalna, ihoneo south 80 chains to point of
ounimeiicemeul, containing 64') acres more or
less.
Dated July 4lh, 1907.
sat aug 1 WARREN ANDREWS.
Commencing at n post planted at tbo S. lv
cornerof Kalph Simpson's application, theuce
lofi chaius northeasterly following the Lako
shore in Ualena Bay; thonce north 2u chain-.;
thonce southwesterly 105 chains paralleling
Lake shore; lhcnco suuth 20 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 117 acres, mme
or less.
Daled Arrowhead, H. tt, Juno 1,1907.
jun 22 sal A, W. DICKINSON,
Agent for Luiiib* Wutson Lumber Co, Ltd.
LAND NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 60 daya after date I
nteml to apply tu the Chief Commissionerof
Lauds and Works for permission to purchase the
following deacribed lands, situate in West Kooteuay Diatrict:
Commeuelng at a post plauted 40 chains
north ol hou lb east corner of T. L. 7016, and
market! "H.U.Morris's uorth-east corner post,''
theuce aoutb 80 chaius, weat 80 chaius, north
80 chains, east 80 clialus to point of commencement.
Dated June 6th. 1907.
aedjuui. H.C. MORRIS.
NOTIGE
Rovelstoko Land District,
District of West Kootenay,
Take notice that Bowmau Lumber Company,
Ltd., of Revelstoke, B. C, occupation Lumber
Manufactnrotr, intends to apply for a special
timber licence over tbe following described
lands:
Commencing ata post planted on the south
Bido ot northeast arm upper Arrow Lake and
marked "Bowman Lumber Company's N. Hi,
coruer posi," Ihenco oast80 cliiiins,thence smith
8o cbaius, thouco west 80 chains, thouco north
bOchuiiH iu noincof oommoncemuut, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Daled July 31,19.-7.
BOWMAN LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd,
wag7    By their Agent, Johu O. McCarthy.  .
NOTIGE
Rovolstoko Land District.
District ol Wesl Kooteuay.
Take notice that we. Lamb-Watson Lumber
Co., Ltd , of Arrowhead, occupation Millown-
ers, in .end t,j apply fur permission to purchase
(be tolluwiug uuscrihud laud:
Couununciug at a post planted at tho S.E.
corner of Halpu Simpson's application, Ualena
Lay, theuco uortb 80 chains, theuco oast 4u
chains, ineiice north 20 uhnins, thence uasl zu
chains, ilieucc south 20 chains moro or less io
Ualena Bay, tbonco southwesterly along north
snuruut Uaieiui Day to poiut of cummunccuienl.
Dalwi iini July, 1907.
Lamb-Wathon Lumber Co., Ltd.,
wed aug 7 O. B. N. Wilkie, Agout.
NOTIGE
NOTIGE
Notice is hereby glveu tbat thirty daya after
date 1 iuteud tu apply lu n.e Hunorable Chief
Commissioner ol Landsaud Wurks lor special
llceuse to cut and carry away limber from the
following described lands situated in West
kuotenay. Upper Arrow Lake District:
1. Cuinmeucing at a post planted on the
aoulh aide of Leon Creek, and about twenty
chaiua irom the Creek, aud about lour miles
from tbe mouth of said, marked "K. N. Hal-
loik's south-west coruer post," theuce east 80
chains, iheuce north 80 chaius, theme west 80
chains tbence south 80 cbaius, to place of
beginning.
2, Commencing at a poit planted on tbe
north aide uf Leou Creek, and about 50 feet
irum tbe south-east corner poat uf of Timber
Limit No. 7488, and about 5o feet from tne
south-west comer poat of limber Limit 7842,
marked-'K. N, Halluek'aiuilial post," tbeuce
weat 80 chains, tbeuce suuth 40 chains, thouce
caat 100 cbaius, theuce north 40 chaina, tbeuce
weal 80 chains tu place ol commeucemeut.
0. Commencingat a post planted ou the
south sldeol Leuu Creek, •ibout nine mllea
irum thu mouth, near lhe south-west curuer ul
T, L. No. 74iw, u* irked ' K. li, Hallock's no-rawest corner post," tbence s-'iuh 40 cbaius,
tbence east lou cbaina, tbence nortb 40 cliains,
thunce west 160 chalna to place of beginning.
4. Commeueiug at a poat plauted uu tho
east side uf the south lork of Loon Creek, aud
about two milea from the forks, marked "K, is.
llalku-k's north-west coruor post," thuuee
auuth 80 chains, thence cast mi chaiua, tbeuce
uortb 80 chaiua, ihence weal 80 cbaius lu placu
ul beginning.
6 Commencing at a post planted on the
weal ride of tbe aouth furk of Leon Creek, and
annul throe and one*half miles from the mouth
oi aaid fork, markud "ii, N, Hallock's northwest eurner poat," thuuee south 80 chalna,
tbeuce eaat 80 chains, thence uorth 80 chaiua,
tti' nee west ai- chains to placo of beginning.
6, Commencing at a prut planted on the
went side of the sonth lork of Uon Creek, and
about four and one-hull miles fioin the moutb
of said lork, marked "K. N. Hallock'a northwest corner poat," thence aoulh 80 chains,
thence east BOcbalna, tbenco north Hu cbaina,
theuce weat 80 chains to place ol beginning.
EUWAKi) N. IIALLUCK.
Dated July 81st, I9U7, Hcvelatuke, B. C.
NOTICE-
"
Kevol>t.iki.U>id lllalrlot.
IH-ilrlcl i.l Weal KiinUinay.
Tako ui.ll.fc llial Hloliar.l Davl, ol llert.li.tokc
B.C., i..T..|..itl».. Haw Ular, lnton.li lu aniily l,.r
a >|»...lal timbor lluonae ovor l'n. lolloivlnii
ilrai-rllir.l landa:
Commonolug a. a |«.» nl.n.ed abuul ..no
mil., bolow Kuuk Pulnl, and abmu an i.l.aim
Irum lln- oaat bank ol tl.o Culumbia Ilivor. an.,
markoil ■•m.-liiir.l Davl.' anuili-oaat ..ornor
|iiinI." Ilirnri- north 1(1.1 uhftlnn, llmni-i. woat ,0
i-li.ihi.., llionoo a...llll Uiiii-linlii*, lli..nco .-fi,l ...
cliiiln. tu tl.o |.ol.it uf ('..[iit.iiiii.'i.iiiif.it, and
ooutalnliiK '4.1 a.-ii'H ...oro ur loan.
ilal.'.. Annual ,-lnl, IUU7.
«,d»u, 11 WCIUIIU DAVIS,
Notico ia hereby Hive., thai the un.teralune.l pro-
po.o lo incorporate a Coi.ip.iny, to bo knuwu na
Uie "Culu.ubu lliver .raimtuy Company, Limited," under tlie Train,,;.)- Company Incorporation
Ael and Amending Ac, iiiii. puwer to build,
maintain and operate a double ur ainglu track
railway ur triiuwuy with llie neceaaury brunch
line., aide-track., aw.toliea, turnout., poltifj,w.ied,
conduit, uud appliiineea upon, along or over any
luuda -.limit. In that part o. tbe Outlriul o. .Vest
Tflku   Until.
Morna. i.i it.-.
Miner, lnt.-.i
tiuil....- if., ii.
(lesfi-il... 11.in.is:
1. CmiinuDcIng ut .i pusl planted 2
uiili-s up the Diuth-Gftsl fork nl Five
Mile Creek,  Hig Beui], and ...... k.-.l
"Henry Ambrose .Moms' S.K. coruer,"
thence north Su chaiuu, theuce west so
chains, ihence south 80 chains, thenco
eust 80 chains to poiut uf commencement and coutnining lite aces mote
ul- less.
2. Oommenclng at a post plauted 2
ii,iles up the north-east forkof Five
Mile Creek, liig Bend, anil uiarked
"Henry Ambrose Morris' 8.W.corner,"
tbence north 80 ohains, thence east 8(1
ebains, thencesouth 80chains, tlience
west 80 chains to point of commencement antl containing 010 acres more
or less.
D.ite.1 July 8th, 1907,
3. Commencing at a post planted
about one-half mile south of tl... southwest cornei* ..f No. 1 on tbe north-west
fork of Five Mile Creek, and marked
"Henry Ambi-i.se Morris' N.E.corner,"
thence smith 811 chains, tbence wesl 80
..•hains, tbence north 80 chains, thenco
east 80 chains to pnint of commencement/containing llll) acres more or
less.
4. Commenolng at a post planted at
the north-east corner of No, 8 on the
north-west fork of Five Mile Creek,
and marked "Henry Aminos.. Morris'
S,E, corner," tbence north SOchaius.
thence west SO clmins, thence south 80
chains, tbence east 80 chains to point
nf commencement, containing 040
acres more or less.
5. Commencing at a pnst planted
about one-quarter of a mile noith of
the north-west corner of No. 8, marked
"Henry Ambrose Morris' N.E. corner."
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
cbnins, thence uortb 80 chains, tbence
east SO chains to point of commencement, containing OtO acres more or
less.
0. Commencing at, a post planted at
lhe north-east corner of No. 5, marked
"Henry AinhruseMuni,' S.E. corner,"
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence soutli 80 chuius, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 010 acres more or
less,
Dated July 9th, 1807.
7. Oommenclng at a post planted
about 80 chains north of l he north-east
corner of Timber Limit Nn. 10507, and
marked "Henry Ambrose .Morris' N.E.
corner," thenes soutli 80 chains, tbence
west 80 chains, thence nurth80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, contaiuiug 010 acres more
or less.
8. Commencing at a post planted
at the norlh-cast corner of No. 7, and
marked "Henry Ambrose Morris' S.E.
corner,' thence west 100 chains.thence
north 40 chains, thence east IOO chains,
thence south 40 chains so point of commencement, containing 040 acres more
or less.
Dated July 10th, 1907.
9. Commencing al a post planted at
the south-east corner of Timber Limit
No, 10507, and marked "Henry Ambrose Morris' S.W. corner," tbence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to point of commencement,
containing 940 acres more or less.
10. Commencing ut a post planted
at the south-east curuer of Mcintosh
P. H. one-half mile east of Boyd's, and
marked "'Henry Ambrose Morris' S.
W. corner," thence east 80 chains,
thence suuth 40 chains, thence east 40
cliains, thence north 60 chaius, thence
west 20 chains, thence north 40 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thetice smith 80
clmins to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated July llth, 1907.
sat jly 27   Henry Ambrose Morris.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that we, John Occonor
and (J. O. Woodrow, of Poplar Creek,
B. C, occupation Lumbermen, intend
to apply for special licences to cut timlier over the following described lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted
on the east bank about one mile up on
the tirst south fork of Poplar Greek,
tlience soutli 100 chains, Uience west
40 chains, thence north 100 chains,
theuce east 40 chains to puint of com
meneement.
2. Oommonolng at a post planted
on the west bank of tl.e first south
fork of Poplar Creek, 3 miles up.
thence easl 80 chains, theuce suulh 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
uurth 80 chains to poiut of commencement.
3. Commencing at a post planted
un tbe west hunk abuut 4 miles up the
first smith furk of Poplar Oreek, thence
west 80 chains, theuce south 80 chains.
Kuuteiiay in ll.e Province nt  li.l-.iau Columbia
,..ii|i. isifii with... that certain urea within u rad.ua , ihence east 80 chains, thence north 80
ul hve luilu.1 .rum Death Rapid, in the Diatrict ul
We.t kooicnay, to curry paaaeugera and liv.mil
and to ..ae ...ch umlivu puwer ua muy be doomed
adviauble an.1 Ior utl.er purpo.ea,
'l'lie genera! ruute of aa.d propped railway or
tramway la aa lulluwa. licg.nni>.K ut a point on
ll.e bank ul ll.o Columbia U.ver near lhe foot of
I'rii-.-l Kfi|.i.U iu Weat Kuotenay District, llienco
in u no.'ll.e.ly directiun uloiia the valley uf the
Columbia ...ver tu a po.nt at ur near lhe inuutl. uf
Flasure Creek.
Dated thia Uth day of July, luu;.
T. KIU'ATIUCK,
aal jly S 3U.I
A. K. M.M-.llll,
1". McCAKTV,
... M. McCAUIKR.
NOTICK.
Weat Kuotenay Laud Diatrict,  Uiatrlclof Rev-
ulaloke, Il.C.    lake notico lhat Rupert William
illlggen, ol Hovelatuko,  11,0,, occupation luaur-
anc. Agout, .........la lu apply fur per.uiaa.un to
purel.aao the fulluwing   dem-ribe.!   I.iu.lf   I'.iu,
lui-iii m,t ut a p .at iil.i,u.-.1.... the wealerii .bore ul
Upper Arruw Lake, al liui.nuck .'oinl, una marked "... W. ..ague., a ■uulh-uaat eurner pu.l,"
Minn.!., about .ui .ua...* from lhu auiiltiurn unreality uf llii.i.un-k 1'uinl, Ihenee north III chum, lu
the aoutlierii buiindiry uf Ueurgu 1...J.I., pro-emp-
liun, thouco weal tu chain, tu the ouatern boundary of Lut Sll, tbenco auulh UO cbaina to ll.e al.ore
of Upper Arrow Lake, thenco oaat following the
shore of Upper Arruw Luko to placo of commencement, coutulng an area uf IBO acre., more ur leaa.
Dated July aut.., IM.  Rupoit William. Uaggen.
NOTICE
Notice ia hereby given that the undersigned has
applied to His Hniiour the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council under thu previaiuns uf the Rivers and
streams Act. tu clear and remove ubatruetiuna
from Frisby Creek In thu District uf West Kuute-
nay, British Columbia, from a point where it
empties into thu Columbia River to a puint un
aaid creek about i miles from the Columbia River
and to conatrnct antl maintain boouia nt or alwut
the mouth of aaid creek and In the Columhia
River adjacent thereto, and to attach buoma tn
the ahure of frisby Cieek and said Culumbia
Biver at said points, fur holding, sorting and delivering Ioj-h and timber brought down said crenk,
The lnmls (o be affected by the aaid work are
Crown Iambi and the tolls that are proposed to he
charged are such as maybe Hxudby a Judge uf
the County Court of West Kootenay,
Dated thia 16th da) of June, liw?.
wedjnel9-60d |H. DUNNELLY.
NOTIGE
Notice la hereby given thai ao .lay. after dato I
Intend lo apply lu ll.e Chlof .'oiniiila.loner of
Lumi, nnd Work, fnr permiaaiun to niiri-hiiflo tl.e
following iluncrlnod landa, aituaU. In Weal Kooteuay diatrict:
Commencing a. a |...a. planted .0 chain,
nurlb of -.<,..il.-.-...ii curuer uf l.l, "tilt.and
marked .'J, E. Juhnaon1. north.we.l coruer
poal," liionco eaa. go chain., aouil. go cliaim,
woal 80 rimiiii., inntli 80 I'liuin- lo point ul
cuniiiiif.i'i'iuiiui.
DatifilJu.iif.ilh, IS..;,
widjuull I, i, JUUHSUN.
.-hains lo .joint of commencement.
Dated June loth, 1907
JOHN OCCONOH,
0. O. WOODItOW,
Locators
4. Commencing nt a post planted
un the west bank of Poplar Oreeic,
5 1-2 miles up, runniug west SO chains
along G, E. Revell's No, 2 Limit, south
boundary, thence suuth 80 chains,
thenceeast SOchaius, thence nnrth 80
chains to point of commencement,
5. Commencing at a post planted
on the west bank of Poplar Creek,
about.'. miles up and running along
(i. E, Revell's north boundary of No.
2 limit, tlience wesl 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east SO chains,
thenoe south 80 chains lo point uf commencement.
Located June I5th, 1907.
O. O. WOODROW,
JOHN OCCONOR.
B. F. REAMY,
Locators.
6. Commencing at a post planted
llOOO feet from C.P.R. track opposite
the 27 mile board, about one mile west
of Rapid Creek, tiience west 80 chains,
thence soutli 80 chains, tlience easl 80
chains, thence north 80 chains to point
of con.mencenient.
Dated June 27th, 1007.
0, O. WOODROW,
wed jly 31  J. C. RADY, Locators,
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Arthur O. Johnston
of Poplar, British Columbia, occupation, merchant, intends to apply for a
special timber license over the following descrilied lauds, situated on Poplar
Creek in the West Kootenay District.
Comineucing at a pusl planted abuut
5| miles from the town of Poplar, Il.C.
on the enst side of Poplar Creek,
marked,"A. (I. Johnston's south-west
corner posl," tbence east 80 chains,
thence north SO chains.thenjc west 80
ihalns, thence south 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing Oil)
acres more or less.
Located June i'lnl. 10.17.
A. I). JOHNSTON,
C, 0. WOODROW, Agt.
Disiiici uf Caribou.
Take notice Ihal 11. Mcintosh of
Revelstoke, H.C, occupation Blacksmith, intends lo apply for spocial timber licences over tbe following do-
scribed lands:
1. I'ouiui.-ncing ul-a posl planted al
uppei crossing of Alhreda Kiver, and
marked "D. Mclnlosh's S. E, corner,"
Iheuce west SO ehuins, thence north SU
cliains, tbence east SO chains, tbeuce
so... I. Sl) eliains to poim of commence
ment, containing 010 acres inoi-e ol
less,
2. Commencing at a post planted
alongside II. Sawyer's No, 2 posl, nnd
marked "D. Mcintosh's 8, E. corner,"
tlience west 100 chains, Ihence nnrth
40 chains, thence easl, 100 cliains,
thence south 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing (ill) acres
mole or less,
3. Commenolng at a post planted
at lower crossing of Albredn Rivor,
markeil "11, Mclnlosh's N.E, corner,"
tbence south 100 chains, Ihence west
10 cbnins, llienee norlh 10U chains,
tlience east III chains to place of colli-
menoement, containing 010 acres moro
or less.
Dated August olh, 1007.
4. Commonolng ai a post planled
al moulh of AJuredaRiver, marked
"D. Mclnlosh's N, B, oorner." thence
west SU chains, thence south SO chains,
theuce easl SU chains, tin nee north SO
chains, lo point of commencement,
containing 010 acres more or less.
Dated August Olh, 11107.
5. Commencing at a post planted
2} miles above Apperall camp, marked
"D. Mcintosh's S. E. eurner." thence
west 40 chains, thence north 101) chains,
theuce east 40 chains, lhcuce south 100
chains to point of commoncement,
contaiuiug 010 acres more or less.
0. Commencing at a post planted
alongside No. 5, marked "II. Mcintosh's N. E, corner," Ihence west 40
chains, thence south lOOchains, thence
east 40 chains, llienee north 100 chains
to point of commencement, containing
010 acres more or less.
7. Coinmeneing at a post planled
one-half mile above Apperall camp,
marked "D. Mcintosh's S, VV. corner,"
tbence east 40 chains, thence nurth 100
chaius, thence west 40 chains, thence
suuth 100 chains to point of commencement, coutaiuiug 040 acres more or
less.
Dated August 2nd, 1907.
8. Comineucing at a pust planted
one-half mile soutli of Apperall camp,
marked "D. Mcintosh's N.E, cornel-,"
thence west 80 chains, thence soutb 80
chains, thence eust 80 chains, tbence
north 80 chains to point of commeucemeut, containing 040 acres more or
less.
9. Commencing at a pust planted
alongside Nu. 8, marked "D, Alcln-
tosh's S. E. corner," thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, therce
east 80 chaius, thence south 80 chains
to point of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
Dated August 1st, 1907.
10. Commencing at a post planted
across river from Apperall camp, and
marked "D. Mcintosh's N.W. comei,"
thence east 80 chains, thence south SO
chains, thence west 80 chaius, thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or
less.
Dated August Oth, 1907.
11. Commencing at a pust planted
alongside No. 10, marked "D. .Mclnlosh's S.W, corner," thence east80
chains, thence noith 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence suuth SO cbaius
to pointof commencement, coutnining
040 acres more or less,
12. Commencing at a post planted
one-half mile below Boue Creek un
west baukuf Thompson Kiver, maiked "D. Mclnlosh's S. E. corner,'
thence north 80 chains, tlieuce west SO
chains, theuce south 80 chains, tbence
east SU chains to point of commencement, containing 040 acres mure or
Dated August 1st, 1007.
13. Comineucing at a post planted
at mouth ot Bone Creek, marked "D.
Mcintosh's N. VV. corner," Ihence
south 40 chains, theuce east 100 chains,
thence north 40 chains, tlience west
100 chains to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
Dated August 7th, 1907.
14. Coinineneilig at a post planted
alongside of S, McMahon's No. 4 post,
uiarked "D. Mcintosh's N.E. corner,"
thence west 100 chains, thence suuth
40 chains, theuce east 160 chains,
theuce north 40 chains lo poinl of
co.iiuieuce.ne.it, cuntaiuing 640 acres
more or less.
Dated August 1st, 1007.
15. Com.i.e.icing at a pust planted
2 miles below Hell Roaring Creek,
marked "D. Mclnlosh's S.W. corner,"
thence east 80 chains, tlience north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 ehuins to point of commencement, conla.mng 1140 acres more or
less,
Dated August 7th, 1007,
10. Cummencing at a pust planted
at upper end of Meadow, and marked
"D. Mcintosh's S. E. oornor," thonce
west 80 chains, thence uurth SO cliains,
thence east 80 cliains, thence suuth SO
chains lu puint uf cummencement,
conlaining 010 acres inure or less.
17 Coinnieiiciiig at a posl planted
alongside uf Nu. 10, and marked "I).
Mcintosh's N.E. cornel-," thence suulh
SO chains, tiience wust 80 chains,
Ihence nurth SO chains, thence cast SO
chains lo point of comineiicuiiient,
containing Oil) ..ores moro or less.
18. Commencing at a post planted
back of Meadow, ami marked "D.
Mcintosh's 8, E. cornel'," tbeuce wesl
80 chains, thence uorlh SO chains,
theuce cast SO chains, tlieuce suulh SI)
chains to point of commencement,
containing (ill) acres mure or less,
19. Oommenclng at a post planted
une mile suuth of No. 18, marked "D.
Mcintosh's N.E. coiner," thence south
80 chains, Ihence west 80 chains,
thence norlh SU ehuins, thence east SO
chains tu point of commencement,
containing 610 acres mure or less.
20. Gouuilcncing al a post planlcd
alongside of No, HI, marked "D. Mcintosh's S. E. cornel'," thonce west 80
chains, theuce north 80 chains, lhcuce
easl 80 chains, theuce suuth 80 chains
lo point of commencement, cuntaining 010 acres more or less.
Dated July 30th, 1007.
21. Coinnieiiciiig at a post planted
2j| miles beluw Blue River, un cast
bauk of Thompson Itiver, marked "ll.
Mcintosh's S. \V. corner," thence east
SO chains, tlience nortb 80 chains,
Ihence west 80 chains, thouco suulh 8'.)
chains to point of commencement,
containing 010 aores more or less.
22. Commencing nt a post planlcd
alongside of No, 21, marked "I), Mo-
Intosh's N.W, corner," thence easl 80
chains, theuce suuth SO chains, thence
nest 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
fi.,,       .   M,iiiimiii  | im;     ,,,    „  |„,.|     j,,,,,,,,
..cross river from (loose camp, an
marked "D. Mclnlosh's S.W. corner,
theuce easl 80chains, thonce nnrtli80
chains, thence wesl SO .-bains, tbence
soulli so clifiins io point of cummeucement, containing 010 acres more or
iess.
Dated August 7th, 1007.
21. Co....i.e.icing at a posl planted
alongside of No. 2*1, marked "I), Mcintosh's N.W. corner," tlience est Sll
.hains, thence soulb SU chnius, llienee
wost SU chains, theuce north SU chains
i.i point of commencement, conlaining
640 acres inure or less.
25.   Oommonolng at a post planted
2 miles soulh of No. 21, marked "I).
Mclnlosh's N. \V. corner," tlienee easl
81) chains, thence soulh SO cliains,
ihence wesl SOchaius, thence north SO
chains to point of cominoucoinent,
conlaining OK) acres more or less.
Daled August 7th, 11107.
20. Commencing al a nosl planled
lOchains from moulh of Big Slough,
marked "l>. Mcintosh's 8. E. corner,"
tbence wesl SO chains, tlience norlli SO
chains, llienee east 80 chains, thenco
soui I. so cliains to point uf commencement, containing OKI acres more or
less.
Dated July 20th, 1007.
wod aug 21 I). M.-INTOSll.
NOTICE
Revelsloke Lind District,
District of West Kuotenay.
Take notice that Ton. S.mill, of It -.-
.■Isl uke, B.C., limi....' cruiser, intend..
to apply for a special license lo cut
l.i.jl.i-.-.... lhe following described la.nl
1 Commencing at a post planled
fo.ii'iind one-half iniles soulh of Sn.ilI.
Creek and two illiles wesl of Col.nnl.in
Riverand uiarked "TomSundt'sb.n.Ill
easi, corner post," thence wesi, 80
chains, Ihence nnrlh 80 chains, ihence
east80chains, Ihence soutli 80chain.-
to the point of commencement au.l
conlaining 040 acres, more ur less,
2 Ounilt*     ing at a post, planleil
foi n and ...i.-hiili' miles smith of S.oil h
Greek and iw. .niles wesl of Cobinibi..
River and mai ked "To... Sundt's nun I.
east corner  post,"   theoce south  SO
chains, tbence west 80 chains, the......
norlh 80 chains, Iheneeeast 80 clmt-io
... .he point of coinmencement and
containing 040 acres, more or less,
8 Commencing at a post planted
live and one-half miles snulli of Smilli
Creek and two miles wesl. of Cohi.nl.if.
Riverand marked "Tom Sundt's south
east corner post," llienco wesl KiO
chains, thence norlli40 chains, Ihence
east 100 chains, llienee south 40 chains
lo the point, of commencement and
containing 040 a. res, inure or less.
4 Coinmeneing al a post planted
Hve and one-half miles south of Smith
Creek and two miles west of Columbia
Riverand marked "Tom Sundt's nurlb
east corner post," thence south II)
chains, thence west 160 chains, theme
nonh40chains, Iheneeeast 160cbnins
lo the point of commencement and
containing 610 acres, more or less,
5 Commencing ut a post plautrd
six and one-half miles soulh of Smith
Creek and two and one-half miles west
nfOoi.in.bla Riverand marked "Tom
Sundt's south east corner p,ist,"ihence
west 100 chains, thence north 40 chains
thence east, 100 chains, thenee soulh 40
chains to the point of commencemeni
and containing 010 acres more or less.
0 Commencing at a post planted
abuut six and one-hall miles south ot
Smitli Creek and two and one-half
miles west of Columbia River aud
marked "Tom S.indl's notth east corner post," thence south 40 chains,
theme wpst 160 chaius, thencu north
40 cbnins, thence enst 160 chains tn lhe
point of commencement and contain
ing 040 acres, more or less,
7 Commencing at a post planled
ahnnt seven and nne half miles south
of Smilli Creek ind two and one-half
miles west of Columbia River and
niarked "Turn Sundt's norlh east corner post." thence south 80 chains,
thenre wesl 80 chains, thence uorlh Si)
cliains, thence east 80 chains lo the
point of commencement and conlaining 640 acres more or less.
Daled Aug. 5,1907.
sat aug 24 TOM SUNDT.
Diatrict of Uariboo.
Tako notice  liiul   R. fi. Sawyei ..I
Revelstoke, B.C, occupation .Mill.nan, j
i..len.Is I..apply for special timber licences over the following described
lands:
1. Oul..mencing at a post planted
one mile above upper crossing of Al-
br.-.la River inarked "It. II. Sawyer's
N.W. corner," ihence smith Sf) chains,
theuce east SU chains, thence north So
chains, tlience wesl SU chains to point
of commencement, conlaining OIU
acres more or less.
Dated August 5th, 1907.
2. Commencing at a post planted
on south boundary of Lot 9752, marked "lt. II. Sawyer's N. E. corner,"
thence wesl SU chains, thence south SO
chains, llienee east Sl) chains, tlience
north SO chains to poini of commencement, containing 010 acros more or
less.
3. Commencing at a post planted
alongside No. 2, marked "R, H. Saw-
yo.'s N, VV. corner," Ihenc.. eaal ni
.bains, thencesouth SOchaius, tlience
west SO chains, lhcuce north SO chains
to point of commoncement, containing
Old acres more or less.
Dated August 1st, 1907.
4. Oommenclng at a post planted
it moulh of Thunder Creek, marked
"R, II. Sawyer's N.W, eorner," thence
east SU chains, thenc.. soulh SU chains.
Ibeiuc west SO chains, llienee north SU
chains tu point of commencement,
containing 640 acres moro or less,
ii. Coinineneilig at a post planted
at the mouth of Thunder ('reek, marked "R.il. Sawyer'sS. VV, corner,"
ihence east SO chains, Ihence norlh SO
chains, tlience west SO chains, thence
soutli sii chains to point of commencement, containing 010 acres more or
NOTIGE
Cariboo Land District.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that 8. McMahon of
Revelstoke, B.C., occupation Black
smith, intends to upply for special limber licences over the following descrihed lauds:
1. Oommonolng at a pus. planted
lj miles above Boue Greek and 4IJ
chains mure or less from Thompson
Itiver, uiarked "8. Mc.Mahun's N. \\.
corner," thence east SU chains, thence
south 80 chains, theuce west 80 chains,
tlience north 80 chains to point of
comiuenceinent, conlaining 010 acres
more or less.
2. Coinmeneing al a post planted
:.l....gs.de Nn, 1, uiarked "S. McMahon's 8. W. corner." thence east 80
chains, tlience noith 80 chains, thenco
west 80 chains, thence soulh 80 chains
lo point of commencement, containing
010 acres mora ur less.
3. Oommonolng  at a pust planled
alongside of D. Molntosh's N... 12,
marked "S, McMahon's N.E. corner,"
Ihence wesl 80 chains, thence soulb SU
chains, thence easl 80 chains, theuco
north 80 chains to point of commencement, cuntaiuing 010 acres more 01'
less.
4. OoniIl.onoi.lg at a post planted
at mouth of Thunder Creek, marked
"S. McMahon's S. E. corner," theuce
west 100 chains, thence norlh III
cliains, theuce east 100 chain-, Iheuce
south 10 chains to point of commencement, coulaiuing Oil) acres mure or
less,
Dated Augusl, Isl, 11X17,
5. Oommonolng at a pust planted
alongside of II. McMahon's No, 6, und
marked "S. McMahnn's N.W, comer,"
I In-..cc ca*i HO chains, llienco soulb SU
chains, thunce west SU chains, Ihence
norlh 80 chains to puint uf commencement, conlaining (III) acres moru or
less,
6. Commencing al a post planled
on west hank of Thompson River,
aboul 6 miles from Hell's Gate, marked "S. McMahon's N.li. corner," thence
west 40 chains, thencu suulh 100
chains, thence  east   10 chains, the....'..
north l(U) chains to point uf commencement, containing 610 acres more
or loss,
Dated July 29th, 1907.
wed aug 21 8, McMAHON,
lc:
6. Coinmeneing at a post planted
one mile above Meadows, and marked
"11.11. Sawyer's N. E. corner," thence
south 80 chains, thenoo west SO chains,
llienee north 80 chains, thence east SO
chains to poinl of commencement,
containing 640 acres innre or less.
Dated July 31st, 1007.
7. Commencing at a post planted
below mouth of Big Slough, marked
"It. II. Sawyer's S.W. corner," tbeuce
east 80 chains, thence norlh 80 chains,
tlience west SO chains, tlieuce south SO
chains to point of couiuiencement,
cuntaining (U0 acres more or less.
8. Coinnieiiciiig at a post planted
alongside of No. 7, inarked "R. H.
Sawyer's N. W. corner," thence east
SU chains, tlience south SO chains,
tlience west 80 chains, tlience north 80
chains to point of commencement,
containing OIU acres more or less.
9. Oommenclng at a post planted
about 3 miles above Hell's (.late on
Thompson River, marked "K. 11.
Sawyer's S.W. corner," thence east
S) chains, thencu north SO chains,
thence west 80 chains, tlience south 80
chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
10. Oommenclng at a post planted
alongside of No, 9, marked "R. H.
Sawyer's N, W. corner," thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, theuce
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
to point of commencement, contaiuiug
040 acres more or less.
Dated July 20th, 1907.
wed aug 21 R. H, SAWYER.
NOTIGE
Ri.vjIhI.i-Ih* Land District,
District of West Knoteuay,
Take notice that Itlehard Davla. Agont, of
Revelatoke, li, C, occupation, saw mill manager,
intunda to apply for a special Umber licence over
tliu following descrilied lamls;
Commencing at a post markod "north-west
mrner nost." Hituateil about a quarter of a mile
l.i'h.w I'ive Mile Creok, on the weat bank uf the
Columbia River, running eaat eighty chains,
thuuee aouth eighty chalna, thence west eighty
clialna, thuuee north eighty chuina to the point of
commencement*
UlCHAUD DAVIS.
Dated July 17,1907.
NOTIGE
Cariboo Land Diatrict.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that H. Sawyer of Revelstoke, B.C., occupation Millnun,
intends toapply for special timber licences over the following described
lauds:
1. Commencing at a post planted
one mile above upper crossing of Albredn River murked "H. Sawyer's
N. IS. corner," tbence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thencu north SO
chains.thence east 80 chains to point
of commencement, containing W0
acres more or less.
2. Commencing at a post planted
one-half mile below upper crossing of
Alhreda River, marked "H.Sawyer's
N. E. corner," theuce south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence norlh 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to poiut
of commencement, containing W0
acres more or less.
Dated August oth, 11)07.
!i Commencing at a post planted
40 uhnins from Big Slough camp, and
marked "II. Sawyer's S.W. corner,"
thence east 10 chains, thence north 100
chains, thence west -10 cliains, tbence
souih 1U0 uhnins to point of commencement, containing 010 acres more oi
loss,
1. Commeneing at a post planted
ailing.-*.!.-! No, 8, marked "11 Sawyer's
N.W. corner," thence east 10 chains,
thence south 100 chains, thenct west
40 chains, thence north 100 chains to
point of couiuiencement, containing
010 acres more or less.
Dated July 29tb, 1007.
5. Comineucing at a post planted
alongside of H. II.Sawyer's No. 0 post,
marked "H. Sawyer's S. li. corner,"
tlience north SO chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 cliains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commence*
meut, containing 040 acres more or
less.
Dated July BUt, HN)7.
0. Commencing al a post nlanted
alongside of 1), Mcintosh's No, ^1 post,
marked "II. Sawyer's N.K. corner,"
Ibeuce went 40 ciiains. thenee south
100 cbaius, theuce east I'l chains,
tlience north 100 chains to pointof
commencement, containing 040 acres
more orless.
7. Oommenclng at a post planted
about oi iniles aliove Iloll'a Gate,
marked "H. Sawyer's S.W.corner,"
I hence east 80 cbaius, thence norlh 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, tbence
soutb 80 chains to point of commencement, containing (HO acres more or
less.
8. Oommenclng at a pnsl planted
alongside of No. 7, and marked "II,
Sawyei's N.W. coruer," thence east 80
chains, tlieuce soutb 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
lo point of commencement- containing
010 acres mote or less,
Dated July 20th, 11)07.
wed aug 21 II. SAWYKR.
RcreUtoke Land DUtrict.
Dbctrlct of w i si Koou nay.
Tnke noil''.: ih.it uarren Andrew*, of
Bi .iilatoke, I. C, Frtupector, intend. u> apply
I i special Llm tor licenses ovet ihe (uIIuwhik
... it*
I, ' ommenclng at a poat planted on north*
r •<'' i. i.. '.'ii', and marked ' W. ,\n-
•Ir.-w- N, W corner," ihence en-' Vichalna,
'hence sonth BO chains, tbenceM*p*nJinj.aina,
thence norlh ■■ chains to point of commence*
ment, conlaining Old acn - mon* or lea*;
i, Commcucii _   i   -. nosl planted at ihe
- ui'h-eit-i enn,- ml 'I   I..'.Wi. itt.d mnrked "W,
VR&ews'S \\. i'ii.*i... uHncceaat Buchasns,
ihenee north mi chains, thence west80chains,
tbence south 80 chains to point of commenoe*
iia-nt, containing MO acres more or leaa,
3, Commencing al a post planted ai the
-with-ea^t corner of T.L 7808, and marked "ff.
Andrews' 8.W. oorner," tbence nonh &j ehains,
'hence east 80 chains, thenoe south so chains,
thence we.-t 80 chains tonuintof commence-
iiiem, containing WO acres more or Ies-,
I. Commencing at a po«t planted at the
souiheint cornerof T.L 7807, and marked "ff,
Andrew-'S.W. corner," thenoe east80cbauis,
theuce north 8n ehains, thence west80 ohains,
thenee south ^i chains to point of eomn.ence-
ment, containing tilu acres more or less,
5. Commencing at a po-t planted nt the
Bouth-east eorner of T.L. 7808, and marked "ff,
Andrews' S.W'. corner," thenoe east 80 chains,
thence north ni cliains thence west 80 chains,
thence sooth nj chain** to point of commence-
meni, containing tilu acres more or le-".
ii. Commencing nt a post planted nt the
-uiitli-ea-t enrner of T L. 7809, and marked "\V.
Andrews'8. W, oorner," thence east so chain*,
Ihenee nurth BO chains, thenre we-l 80 cliaim,
thencosouth 80 ohains to point of oom ence-
mont,containing 610 acre** more or len
,- Commencing al a posi planted at the
iouth east corner uf T.L. 7810, and marked "VV,
Andrews' 8.W, corner," theuce east 80 chains,
thence north U chains, thenoe wm 80 chains,
thence south hi chain- lo (Hunt of commencement, containing 8IQ aores more orless.
Dated Jane 88th, ine
B, Commencing at a post planted BO cbaina
cit-l of south-east corner of T. I* 781", and
marked "ff, Andrews' N.W. corner," thence
ea-t ni chains, thenoe aoutb 80 chains, thenoe
west 80 cbaina, tbence north 80 chalna to point
nf commencement, containing (ilo acres mure or
lesa.
9. Comincncing at a put planted SO chains
eust of south-east corner of T. L. 7809, and
marked "W. Andrews north-west corner,"
thenceeast ioj chalna, thence south 40 ohains,
tlienco west ICO obaina, thenc nortb Pi chains to
point of commonest, t»j acres more or less.
ID. Commencing at a post planted So chains
east of north-east oornor of T. L. 7807, and
marked "ff, Andrews' .S.W.corner," theuce
east 100chnlns, thenoe north iQcbaluB. thence
west 1i)j chains, tbence south \n chains to
pointof commenoement,containing (Ho acres
more or less,
II. Commencing at a po.-i planled 80 ohalna
oast of north-east comer of T.L. 7807,and
marked "ff, Andrew.-' N.W, corner," thenco
east 100 chains, ihence south 10 chains, thence
wesl Pin chains, ihence north 10 chains to point
of commencement, containing Olo acres more
or loss
Yl Commencing at a post planted SO chains
eaat of south-east corner or T. L, 7607, and
marked "\\\ Andrews's, ff. corner," tbence
ea-t 180 eliains, thencu north lu chains, ihence
west 160 chains, thenoo soutb io chains to point
of oommenoement, containing 610 acres more
or less.
IX Commencing at a poit planted bo chains
east ol north-ease cunier of T. L. 7806, and
marked **w. Andrews' N.W. corner," theuce east
10U chains, thence south 10 chains, tlience west 160
eliains, tlience n<«rth 40 chains to place nf commencement, containing tJW acres mure or less.
U. Comiuenciiu' at a post planted -jo chains
east of south-east cornerof I'.L. 7S'je,an(l marked
"ff.  Andrews'  B,   ff. corner," thence east 160
chains, thence north In chains, tlienee wes' 16U
chains, thence south 40 chains to pointof commencement, containing MO acres more or less.
Oate.1 June 29ib, ltV7.
Siit aug3 ffABBBN ANDREWS.
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
NOTICK l« horubjr Kivon thnlWdsyKallor
dam I Intend to amiljf lo the Hon. the
Uli.of CommlMlOMI- ol hm.I- anil Work* lor
ihiimiiIkhIihi lo liurcliruia ll.o lollowlnii duwrlbul
I.iiiiIh, Miluiili-'l... Went KiK.lni.ay:
t,ii..i.i.c..i-liiK ... a poll |.|»,i,-.| j. chain.
w.ffilfil liliii.l Hay, .uarkcl ll. II. KWi nor.h-
uui i-nrii.-r |,M.l/' llii-iii,, uuth Hi ch.lll., well
80 chain., nor... au ch.lna, nu. t-Jch.luilo
puinl ol i:ii.iiiii.'in-ifiiii-m,
1....C.I Ji.no Olh. I'J.|7.     »]12     li. M. I1AK.
NOTICE
Anypen.Qi) or pentt.ni fuund cutting or carrying awav timber off thc Comaplix townr.it(-,
without permlsilon from the owner Hon.
Hewitt lloatock, or bis u.'.-m Chief Toung,
will bc prosecuted accor<lluif lo law.
Daled thia 10th day of August, 1907.
W«dMg 14 2m llKWlll ttOSTUCK.
Kevelstoke Land District,
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that Hugh McLean of Revelstoke, B.C., Prospector, intends to apply for
special timber licenses over the followiug de-
icribed lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted two miles
north of Rig Muuth Creek and three milei east of
Columbia River marked "Hugh McLean's S. W.
corner post." thence north Sochains, thence east
SU chains, llienco suulh sO chains, thence wesl 60
chains lo puint uf commencement, containing MO
acres more or less,
2. ('"iiiiiii'ii* .ii,: «; apost planted on the nortn
bank of a small creek fuur miles north of Bin
Mouth Creek, and twu miles east of Columbia
Uiver, marked "iiu-^h McLean's S.W. corner post,"
thence noith 80 cliains, theuce eaat SU chains,
tlience south 50 chains, thence west so chaina to
poiut of commencement, cuiitaiuiug (Hu acres
more or lees.
8. Cutnnieiicin-* at a pout planted so chaina
iast of suuth-east comer uf T, L- 36, marked
"HughMcLean'sS, ff. corner post," thence nurth
Sn chains, thence east do chains thence - mti 80
chains.thence west -..' chainsU>puint of commencement, containing tiio acres mote ur less.
4. Commencing at a poat planted 6 miles north
of Hi*- Muuth Creek and two miles cast of Columhia Rim, marked 'Hugh McLean's S.W,
eurner post, ihence nurth eo chains.thence eaat
SO chains, tbence aoutb BO chaina, thence westbO
chains to point of commencement, containing uU
aerea more or less.
b. Commencing at a post iwo mile*-'east of
Columbia Kiver and o miles north ol Big
Moutb Creek, marked -Huiih McLean's a, W.
corner post," theuce uurth BO chains, tbence
eut80 cbalni, tbence south in chaius, thence
wesl ou chains tu point oi coiutneucein'-imt.coa*
taining t>lu acres mure or less.
6. Comineucing at a |>ust planted about 0
mile* uurth of tilu Mouth Creek and B miles
ea>>t ul Olumbia Kiver. marked "Hugh Me-
'can's B. ff. corner post," theuce north 80
chains, thence east So chains, tnence south bO
clialus, ihence west su chains tu poiut ol com*
nieiicemeiit, cuntaining tjlu aerea more ur less,
7. Commenolng at a poat planted ;i miles
easi of Columbia River and 5 miles nurtb of
Hig Muuth creek, marked "Hugh McLean's
8, ft', eoruer pusl," thence north su chains,
thenceeast su chains, thence south suehalns,
thence west80 chains to|-oiut of commencement, containing 6to acres more or lens,
5. Cummeuciug at a poit planted 3 miles
easl ui uilmubia Rivet aud i miles uorlh ol
Big Muuth deck, marked "Hugh McLean's 8.
W. corner posi." thence north bu chains, thenco
east {hi chains, theuce tuuth eo chaius, theuce
west su chaius to point uf commencement,
I'uuUiuiug tilu acres more or less.
Commencing at a post planted 3 milea
Stat of Columbia River and 4 miles north ol
Big Muuth creek, marked "Hugh McLean's-.
ff, curuer posi," thence north to chains,
tbenee east so chains, ihence south su chains
tlieuce wesi su chaius to point ol commencement, cuntaining WU acres more or lesa
9. Commencing at a post planted t miles
nurih ut Big Moutb CreeS au'i 3 mileseast o,
Columbia Kiver, marked "Hugh .-icUau's N,
ff, corner post," theme east bu chains, thencu
south nj chains, theuce west so chains, tnence
north su clmins to puiui ul commeucemeut,
coulaiuing 640 acres more or less,
lu. commencing at a pnst planlcd 2 miles
noritiul lug Muuih Creek aud 1 miles east ul
Cu.uiuljia  itiver.  marked   'Hugh   McLeau'a
V», turner \*ml," theuce nurth 80 ehama,
lhcuce ensl hi chains, thence soulh ao chains,
iheiii e west 80 chains to point ol oomneno>
meet, cuimming iA\] aerea mure or lesa.
li. Commend ng ai a poit planted at the
north-east cor ner ol i, l. .ofo, marked "Hugh
MoLean'a •-. B, eurner post," thenes north 80
chains, thenee west bu chaini-, thenca suiitti so
chains, tbence aul so chaiua to puint ol com*
nieiicemeiit, containing Oto aerea moru or leaa.
13, Cummeuciug at a post plauteij at the
north out cornerol t.l. "jta, marked "iiu-^ti
MoLean'a 8. v,, cumer post," theuce north su
ehains. tlieuce east Hi cliains, tbeuce suuth BU
thuiiis, ihence Heal ou chain*, lo point ul coui-
lueii'-eincm, coutnining MO aerea more or lu:s.
18, Cummeuciug al a posi planted at tho
northeast corner oil. I,. Two", marked "Hugh
McLean's N, vv. eurner," tlieuce east su chains
tbence aoulh flu chains, theuce west au ehalus,
thenc* uorth so obaina to puim ml ruiumuuce*
menl, conlaining utu acres more or leaa.
14 Comincncing al a post planted oue mile
east ul lhe uurtii-ettsi curuer ol T, L. 76(16,
marked ' Hugh McU'au'i 8, ff. corner poat,"
thenceeast su rhalns, Iheuce uorth &u chaiua,
thenee west SV chains, thence auuth •" chaina
to ■■.mil ul commeucemeut, cuntaining tilu
fterei more or leaa,
16, Commencing at a poat planted 2 mllea
east ol  lhc  norm-east corner ol T. L, 7668.
msrked "Hush MoLein'i 8, W, oorner poat,1'
iheuce eait bo chaius. ihenee norib so chains,
theuce weat so chains, them-e voulh su chaiua
to puint oi oommenoement, containiug mu
aerea uiore or lean.
16. Commencing at a poat planted one mile
neriti of (he norin-easi curnor ol T. L, 7866.
marked "Hugh McLean's 8, E, corner poat,"
thence north lou chains, ihence weat 40 cbaina,
theuce south ltio chalna, Iheuce eaat 40 chains
to point ol commence in cut, containing 610
acres more or less,
17, Commencing ata post planted one milo
north ol the north-cast corner ol T. L, 75C8,
inarked "Hugh .JcLcau'a B,tt. corner," theuce
uortli su ehalna, thunce eaat SO chalui, thunce
loulh 80 chaius. iheuce weat SO chalna to point
of commcucemuut, containing Olo seres more
ur leas
listed July lit, 1VJ7.
sat aug a 11UUU McLKAN, Arrival of New Fall Goo
X,adies and
Misses Coats
Don't buy your New Fall Coat wilhoul
first looking over the lines we are showing.
J^adies and Misses
ijolf $louses
These  are  new   and   ilireel   from   the
makers.   Just right for this weather,
Soys' Knick Pants
Good Hard Weaves   jusl the thing for
school pants,
fioys School
footwear
We will guarantee our Hoys' Special
School Shoe, Try a pair of these for your
Boys—we know they will nive good satisfaction.
Men's Suits
Mens and $oys Sweaters
We have put in stock the largest and
l.esl assorted slock both in styles and prices
ever offered by us in the above lines.
R EID & YOUNG
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Our prices .u-.- reasonable and ty
we will deliver your prcscrlp- a
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WEATHER FORECAST
Saturday, Aug. 24, lur 24 hours—
Generally tine sod sultry, light winds.
Temp., max., 85 degrees; min. 53
degrees.
Local and General.
Mr, K H. Trueman will be at his
studio for one week only Btarting Saturday morning, Aug. 31,
R. Tap; ing is negotiating a deal
witb the Vancouver Land Company,
embracing 3,000 acres of land at
Windermere.
Kev. Mi. 1'. Freeman will preach in
the Baptist Mission Hall, First street,
on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Subject     " The Miracle ot Labor."
On and after this date any person
lound riding bicycles on the sidewalks
will be prosecuted. By order, T. Mi.
Bain, chief of police,
Services will continue in the hall all
next week, Monday night alone being
given to the temperance illustrated
lecture in the Opera Houae. This
lecture is excellent.
A Swedish service will be held at
A. Blackberg's residence to-morrow,
Sunday, the 2ith uit., at 11 a.m. aud
7.30 p.m. by Kev. Tuleen, ol Sim
Francisco.
We understand that it will be impossible ior the Armstrong Gun Club
to attend Labor Day here as the
members are all shooting in the
.Hatches of the Okanagan Kitle Association.
The city corporation have called for
lenders Iur the construction and erection of the new auxiliary power plant.
Advertisement! have been inserted in
the Canadian and American leading
journals.
It li understood, says the Manitoba
Free Press, lh.it there will 1* shortly
au increase in freight and passenger
rates between Liverpool and Cunadiaii
port,. The increase will be made l.y
agree.ne.it l*tweer> all lines.
There will be a meeting ..I the
Ladies'Auxiliary of the Y MCA. on
Tuesday. Aug. 27th, at 3.30 p.m. at the
Anociatii.ii parlors. As bitsineas ol
an imp,riant neture will l>e taken up
a full attei.cai.ee is requested.
A rim picnic will \m held on Wednesday. Aug. 28th, under auspices ol
tl.e 'Appy'(.n.e' un the ti, Bevel-
itoke. The v.-ssel will leave the
wharf at an early hour and make tl.e
whule irip up the Columbia and
return.
MIL BOOKS
For the Monday Opening,
Every purchaser will be
supplied with a School Bsg
to carry away their purchases. A large assortment
ol supplies.
W. BEWS, n, i
Druggist and Stationer.
Mail Orders promptly attended
to at Ihis Slore.
i ONLY A GLANCE \
J Only a glance at out' stock     (
• of Groceries will encourage     •
• yon to try them. J
JUST A TRIAL
A trial will convince ynu
• they ave tho purest and besl •
i     on  the iii.ii'ket.   Try   out' ,
• BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY. ,
j Hobson & Bell j
. Grocers, Bakers A Confectioners .
A cricket match will be played
on Labor Hay, Monday, Sept. 2,. between " Pioneers" and "New Chums"
un thc Big Bend road ground at two
o'clock. .1. Maley will captain the
Pioneers and K. Entwistle the .New
Chums.
Those who wish to observe tlie
Daniel's comet must turn out at 3
a. ni. or 3:30 a. m,, when this celestial
body car. be seen with the naked eye
in thc eastern horizon near the morning star. The comet is ol unusual
size and emits vivid Hashes and trails
ot balls of fire in its path,
On Sunday evening at 8 o'clock a
song service will begin in tbe opera
house, and at 8:30 Evangelist It...nig
will preach a special sermon to young
men. All are invited. This will permit those attending the other services
to hear the sermon. A great, meeting
should be thc result.
The Turf Association have let tlie
contract for the construction of ten
additional stables on the race track.
Thc grandstand is also Icing completed, The wurk of levelling the
centre is going ahead rapidly and will
be completed by the end of the moulh
in good time belore thc race meet on
September 12-13.
The local branch ol the B. C, Fruit
Growers' Association met on Diuis-
day evening to arrange for the ll at
lur the Libuv Day parade. The
scheme adopted at the meeting will
demonstrate in .. ti.siei.il manner the
products of the district and as t..
what Revelstoke oan do in the growing of fruit and vegetables.
The school will re-open .... Monday
next, Aug. 20th. ltisliopedth.it all
the pupils will be in attendance on
that day. It is especially urged that
all pupils iu the beginner's .'las'. Miss
Mcl'haleu's ruuinj shoul.1 be present
Irom the beginning of the term as
otherwise they cannut receive proper
attention.
Supt. Kilpatrick, uf the C.P.It., was
in (or a couple ol days lust week and
stated that l.e thought he had solved
ihe difficulty complained ol by tbe
Board ol Trade regarding .piick transport of freight df.wn the lake. The
daily Irt-ight train will now come in
owardi evening an.l clean up the
freight li.-re. su that it will g.. forward
next morning l.y the Okanagan. The
Ireight tram will remain at this end
..I tl.e line .luring the night instead ol
at Sicamous m lormerly.—Vernon
News.
Tlie liis...lies " Mi.It.i.ii in I'arvo"
orchestra will give a concert in the
V M.C. A. hall tu.night at 8:30 The
urchei'.rn ia a nuvi.l lorm of society
entertainment and promises to be nn
interesting ..n.i pleasing program	
Tl.e Biatulti's are appearing .....ler
the tuspicei of the Y. M. 0. A,
Tbe programme ii excellently chcien
and Includes classic, descriptive and
popular music. Tho Bistnllis hnve
given several private performances
while here yesterday and their playing
is well worth hearing. Admission,
50 centa
Social and Personal
Fred Kuril-1, of Albert Canyon, was
j in town on Wednesday.
Mill Lucy McCarthy lelt this .... .ruing tur VanOOUVeron a visit to friends.
Miss Frances Paget, Miss II.lib.
Hobbs and Mias Maud Hyatt lefl,
yesterday lor to attend the normal
school at Vancouver,
A, Hillier, bile of thc Maii.-Hki.ai.i.
sti.ll', hits accepted a position with thn
Vernon News. The Vernon Hnnd and
lacroise club will especially welcome
thc new arrival,
IF YOU WANT
To Buy a House.
To Renl a HoiiRe.
To Buy Nice Building Lots
close in.
To Buy  Splendid Fruit
Lnnds.
COME AND SEE
Kincaid & Anderson
WE HAVE SOME BARGAINS IN COAST
PROPERTIES
MONEY  TO  LOAN
Kiic.Nl and Anderson
Real Estate and Insurance Agts.
CHURCHES.
Catholic—Kev. Father K. Pecoul,
O.M.I,, pastor. ServiceBevery Sunday
at the lollowing hours: 8 a.m. Communion Mass; 10:30 a.m. High Mass
and Sermon; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:30
p.m. Sunday School; 7:30p.m. Rosary,
Instruction and Benediction.
St. Peteh's Anolioan—Rev. 0. A,
Proeunier, rector, Trinity XIII,
Holy communion at8a.m.; matins
and Litany at 11 a.m. and evensong
7:30 p. in.   Sunday sell....I, 2:30 p.m.
The Very Hev. Dean Paget of Calgary, will preach in tl.e evening.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian—Rev,
Mi. C. Calder, pastor. Services 11 a.m.
7:30 p.m., Sunday Hcliuol and Pastor's
Bible Class, 2.80 p.m. Mornine subject " The Narrow Way", Evening
sulject. " Seven Years uf St*rvice."
Young People's Meeting, Monday at 8
p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 8
p.m. Choir practice and Teachers
n.eetiug, Friday 8 p.m, Sunday will
be the Seventh anniversary ol the
settlement ol Rev IV C Calder is thi
minister i i 81 Andrew - Church.
Meth -f - Kev.  T.   VV.   Hall,
pastor.   Services al  11 o'clock  a.m.
and   7:30 p.m.     Prayer meeting an.l
Epworth League united  f.-r  -
monthi,     M rning subject     ' Thi
M-a. ng     R : the Church ol
God and whal il  .-    ntended  to accomplish.     Evenii .       r
mon ...i   "The  Tragedy  ol
Satan a last great  ■ ■' -   lo destroy
- - - trust in Q .'1
The pastor will meet nil who desire
■■ -. ■ ball an I.uur ... n "Class
Meeting*'in ll.e a..dier.ee punctually
■it lu lin .. I.
Evening service will be il.arp on
time, and will be somewhat brief,
closing at 8 20    All are invited,
K*.ox 1'i.t -.;.*!; ..MN—I It Robertson, H. D., minister    Thn ..sn.il services st 11 ....... a. 'I 7 :i(i p in  fSu.i.bi,
school at 23U p....    The pastor  will
preach at both services. Morning
subject—" l'lie Journey ol Lile *
Evening subject I rlumphant Trust
in Human Helplessness" Invocation
choir anthem "Our Father.' Offertorj
anthem, " Lilt I'p Your Heads Oh
i.- Gates." Organ solo "Overton
Voluntary'* by 1 I. Buttm »n. I is
missal anthem "'Bow Down Thine
Ear ' A cordial Invitation is given to
all and itrangeri are specially invited
Choir practice on Friday night.
King Cutter-linker-Razor at Itew'-
Drug Store.
The last Trans-Canada train service
between Van....uver snd M ...'.real will
be discontinued by the 0, P. R. at the
end ol this month. Notice to thil
effect has been received at the Van
e.nuver olliees Irum Montreal. The
Inst Trans-Canada express  will  reach
Vancouver on August 31 Irom the
east an.l tl.e last, train will depart
lur thn east.... September I
With the withdrawal nf the Trans-
I'anadi. trains there will be lell, the
double daily service between Vancouver and Montreal ...nd the Overseas
Limited express service. No Intimation has yet been received at the local
offices relative to the discontinuance
of the double daily transcontinental
service.
Buy your sohcnl books at Bow's
Drug Store and get i. book bag.
ARROWHEAD
A Pythian Temple- Ptpular
Movement lor Pythian Sisterhood—I'urity Tempio No,
11. Salely Launched.
One of .he mosl popular and interesting events (bat bus ever taken
place at Arrowhead was held on
Monday night, ihe occasion being ihe
installation ol n Pythian Temple ol
Pythian Sisters in that rising and
popular lake result. Mra. ll. A.
Brown, cliief of the Kevelstoke Temple
and one ol the most Indefatigable
workers and organizers nmoi.g the
Pythian sisterhood, bad, at the express wish of the ladi.-s of Arrowhead,
|.r...ni i-.i to inaugurate a Pythian
Temple in the toil'll, but the carrying
out of ihis hue b-i-n delayed owing to
preparations i ot being completed
iiefore Mrs. Brown lelt] on her tour of
Alberta on organizing work, lt is
only comparatively recently that it
K, ol P lodge has been started in
Arrowhead und nowhere is Pythian-
ism or the tenets of fraternity better
demonstrated or upheld than at that
town, Inspired l.y the Knights and
the work of Mrs. Brown, the Indies
deoid'.'d to lorm a Pythian Temple
and the ceremony of installation wns
carried out with due solemnity and
ritualistic impressiveness by Mrs.
Brown which is such a marked characteristic ot all Pythian orders. The
lodge room was crowded to its utmost
capacity and the gathering remained
until the Inst words of the beautiful
service died awny from the lips of the
installing sister. The lollowing were
installed ollicers of Purity Temple No,
11.
P. C Mrs. Warner
M. E.C Mrs. Stevens
E. S Mrs. Kirby
E. J Mrs. Hart
M.olT Mrs. Boyer
M. of R. & C Mrs. Wallis
M.of T Mrs. Carybcll
l'.of T Mrs. Pitblado
G.olT Mrs. Clark
T.ustecs—Mesdumcs Giles, Biitton.
Cook.
Mrs.F.McLennnn was the candidate.
The charier number of members of
the new lodge is 32 knights, Hi Indies,
while 10 applications Imve been received since the installation. Tl.e
work wus put on in a manner worthy
of the gi cutest praise. At the close ol
the ceremony u reception was tendered
Mrs. Brown who received a hearty and
unanimous vote ot tnanks for her
assistance and guidance. Refreshments were served and dancing
brought a very enjoyable evening to a
close. The new temple has been
launched under the most auspicious
condition and should become one ol
the strongest in the domain if enthusiasm and interest now evinced by its
members continues as it surely will
do. Purity Temple, No. 11, Arrowhead, meets every 2nd. and 4th.
Thursday.
Business Locals
Nothing better than Our "Special.
Special display ot lace curtains at
C. B. Hume & Co's.
Patronize Home Industry. Smoke
Revelatoke Cigars.
Carpets and house furnishings at C.
B, Hume A Co's.
We are ..tiering special bargains in
wall papers.   C. B. Hume A Co.
An..ther shipment of Grillin's Premier Bacon juat in. C B. Hume A Co.
Bargains in children's boots nnd
shoes, 95 cents per pair, C. B, Hume
A ('... Ltd,
Mi ■ - Excelda" handkerchiefs,
;■ nr I ir 50 cents on Saturday only.
C B.Hume A Co., Ltd.
Have a look at the line of men s
shins we are showing fur 95 cents
each   C B II.um- ,v Co., Ltd.
Revelstoke Cigars Union Made Our
Special, The Union, and Marca Vuelta
are ahead ol all others.
Buy the school bonks at tbe Canada
Drug store. They will give you a
school bag. blotters and rulers Iree.
■ ei Iol ol nice If-athcri.nd fancy
made souvenirs of Revelstoke just
arrived at the Canada Drug store.
School bugs, scribblers, slates and
pencils, any size, sold at the Canada
Drug stnre
REVIVAL SERVICES
Interest ... tl.e services cunducted
by Evangelist Romig bai deepened
very much the past lew days.
Mr. R......g > methods  are   sane,  the
sanest thai have ev.-. come under our
notice   Hii aim  li to preaoh the
Word ol God and let ft do tbe wnrk.
-..-fi... power!-- move.... u i
hearts even as it has in Ihe days  gone
by, He has presented to his congregation Some very ele .r and instl ICti 6
charts ..[ sn.i.e nl the great doctrines
ol tiie Bible. The cl.a.ts on tbe
"Chain of Redemption " and Holj
Bpli ' Convenioni show in a manner
...--.er to I* forgotten huw the Holy
Spirit nl (ind did Ilia wnrk m Apostolic days. These great truths are
worthy of all men's closest study, Inr
1 - .ch the deep things of human
lile ..nd relate to man's relationship
with his Maker.
Mr. Romig is worthy ol a careful
hearing.
The singing of the Mis.es Cave
continue to please ..nd move the
hearts ol all who lis'ei.. Their singing is sure and  heartfelt and  always
leaves.... impression.
TENDERS
will he received by the undersigned up
l.o li p, m Monday, Aug, 21'., for addition! to tl... Y. M. C. A, building.
Plans and specifications can he seen
at the olliee ol the undersigned.
KINCAID A ANDERSON,
We arc showing the linesi range of these goods yet
offered ill Revelsloke. We only h&ndlc lines ihal we control and you can get a garment here that cannot lie duplicated—giving you exclusive styles. Our garments give
universal satisfaction in lit and quality, Our Fall Coats are
made of close, warm material and heavy enough for our
cold weather. Light colors li,-vc heen overdone, and all the
fashion authorities predict a "dark" fall and we arc prepared
for it.
Thc Rain Coats arc made up in dressy styles from the
best quality of Cravenette, in all tlie popular lengths, and
are splendid values.
SEE OUR FALL SKIRTS
To-day wc arc opening a case of Fall Skirts that for style, quality and price outclass
anything wc have yet offered. Thc maker of these skirts is acknowledged hy all to bc the
test cutter and designer in Canada. Following the trend of Fall Fashions, they are nearly
all plain cloths, in Black, Navy, Brown, Green and Wine shades.
We can suit your purse and fancy in these. We guarantee every article to bc as
represented. If you are not satisfied, in any particular, you can return the goods and get
the money back you paid for them,
bt.
MCLENNAN'S
.*.
WEDDING  RINGS
J. GUY BARBER'S
Marriage Licenses Issued
J.GUY BARBER
C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR
.J
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Court of Revision.
No.ice is hereby given that the first
silling of the Ooui't nf Revision to revise and correct the Assessment Roll
as prepared by the Assessor fur the
City of Itcvelsloke for the year Wl.
will be held at the Council Chamber.
Oity Hull, Hevelslokc. B.C., on Wednesday, September lth, IIKI7, at 7.80
p.m.
1.1 11. FLOYD,
(Ily Clerk
The Woman is An Exception
who will buy her jewels, silverware,
cut glass or watches at any other
slore bul Hastings, Doyletk Alliens,
You need no guarantee of quality.
" Our word is our bond," and
when we say ihnl you are buying
tlie best, or Mint a diamond is ot"
first water, it i.s as unalterable ns
the laws of the Medes or Persians.
,8WsZS^STbank HASTINGS, DOYLE AND AIM, LTD.
Bring Your Purse
Along With You
lo..iii-;siine if you want to purchase
a New Cuipet, Pino Oriental or Wilton rug, matting or linoleum and see
how much further its contents will
Like you iu pin-chasing lhnn it will nt
nny othei store-in the city. Our
Spring styles are ready for your
selection.
B. HOWSON & COMPANY
MISS M. E. OREIGHTON
TKA. IIKll OF PIANO, VOCAI,
HARMONY COUNTERPOINT, CTC.
Pupils prepared lur Conservatory
nnd University Examinations.
STUDIO School room ..I Mothodlit Church,
CUSSES IIKSIMKI. AUGUST BlSt.
WANTED
I)
ININGROOM   GIRL WANTED
Apply Victoria Hotel.
I uill MALI'* AT   ( (1ST   The owner
P   wishing to leave Revelstoke an
mon HS possible will  sell  entile stuck
it ensi   M.ss a.   Muslim,   opposite
Knox Church, .Second 8tront.
WANTED- Forty Rivei Drivers-
Apply Bowman Lumber Company's Gamp, Fish Oreok,        ng 17
WANTED   A    dining room girl
Lelun.l Hotel,  Nakusp, $30 per
.......I.h.
DRESSMAKING   I have succeeded
in procuring the servlres ..f a
.:.)...pete..I. dressmaker  un.l   milliner
from Vancouver and mn nnw prepared
in Ink.- nidi'M  for  dressmaking .....I
...... il...... ...it promptly,   A Mahi.in,
First -t i cot, opposite Climax hotel,
rim RENT     Furnished  nfur
1 ..Mie.l house. ...'in the Eastern
S.-n,fi|,l,.,..•,.... 0. P. It. Apply I... .1,
Iinrtli* at the abovo residence.
WAYi'KD  A gentleman ..f gond
fi....ily nnd with   University
ipnillllci.inn's desires pupils I'm- 11...
winter session. Modern languages,
music, English uud mill ben...ties
taught. Fees moderate. High."..
references .....I testimonials.
rpURNI8HED or partially furnished
l'   housekeeping looms (Hi wanted
up town,  ......I.-i.lie rent,  for  ladles
only,  Address Box Ti'i, Cily.
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act cf Pur! in mont, 1S55.
HEAD OFFICE, • MONTREAL.
Wm. Molson Maci'UEKSon, Pres. S. II. SWING, Vice-Pres.
James Elliot, General Malinger.
Capiat paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two brunches in Oiinadu and Agencies in all parts of thu
world.
Interest credited four times a year nt current rates oil Savings
Hank deposits, until further notice.
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Rrveldtoke, B. C,
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country ol origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE' B. O.
5 P.   BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.
HEAD Officii I Oaumrv, Auikkta.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Port Packers ami li-nl.-.   it. Live 8tf.uk.   .Market, in alt tho principal Cities anil
Towns ol Allii-rl... Ilril.-.l Miniliuiiii.ilIn- Yukon.   Packers i.l tho Celebrated lli.it.il
"Im or nr" Huul., and Bacon, arid Shamrock Brand, Loaf Lard. A
r%%v»%%%%%%v%%****** ****** ********
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH *
S. McMAHON, ■ FIRSTSTREET
Fur Agricultural ImplomentH. t*arrlH«eM, WagOtu'l Kto,,HJoh_
On*-™ Ploughs-, Moliue Wagotin, Canada CnrrinKO Company's
|{*,r.-ii'.. Pliuiot jr., Garden Hondam and Cultivators, Wheelwright nnd  Blacksmith  Work  nttondtxl to.   Horse Bhooinir ft
Specialty.
S
1
Two English dinner sets with only
a lew pieces broken selling nt $1) a set.
C. B. Hume A Co.
We are booking orders Ior plums
and Italian prunes Ior $1.21. » critic, so
leave your order early, C. B, Hume
iCo.

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