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Vol. 13,-No 36
REYELSTOKR B.C. MAYS, 1!
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$2.50 Per Year
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C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
SPRING
TOGS
Light (Jrey Worsteds
—we have them—yoll
want them. Conditions
ol fellowship III this
age demand thut a man
be well dressed.
To dress economically
is a duty every niun
owes to himself.     We
can dress   you   both
well  and at    a  fair
price.
See our New Spring
Clothes around $22.50.
SEEDS
Now is the time for planting all kinds ol Flower and
(iarden Seeds and one glance over our stock will convince you of
their quality and our variety.
All our seeds are bought from two of the largest growers in
Canada—Steele Briggs and D. M. Ferry.
The following are of the package and hulk seeds we carry.
1). M. Ferry's. Garden and Flower Seeds. Steele Briggs'
Garden and Flower Seeds.
Our Bulk Flower Seeds are :—Nasturtium and Sweet
Pea.
Our Bulk Garden Seeds are Onion, Carrol, Turnip, Wax
Helms and Onion Setts.
Our Bulk Grass Seeds are Red Clover, White Clover,
Timothy, Lawn Grass and Mammoth Clover.
All these Seeds arc fresh in and can be relied on with
safety.
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE.
E.  J. BOURNE,
Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
HIST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
■*■ PAINT
Has arrived again and we are prepared for it, having just
received a full car of all kinds of Paints, Raw and Boiled Oil,
White Lead, Varnishes, Baplac, Alabastine, Agate Wall Finish
and Knlsoiiiiiie.
PRICES RIGHT AND QUALITY UNEXCELLED     -
We have also received two cars ol Mixed Hardware, which
completes our stock and puts us in a position to supply all **
your Spring requirements in the Hardware line. 4*
Mail Orders receive prompt attention.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Dealers in Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's
and Sawmill Supplies, eto., Plumbing and Tinsmithing.
AGAINST TWO CENT FARE
Conductors and Trainmen Send
Protest to, Ottawa.
WiNNiPin, May 6.—A most peculiar
action has been taken by the joint
general committee ol the Ordor ol
Railway Conductors and the Brotherhood ol Railroad Trainmen now assembled in Winnipeg, and representing
all employees on railways ol tbe Canadian west Iron. Fort William to the
ooaet, They have sent a resolution to
to the Dominion government strenuously opposing the proposed legislation by lhat body having in view tlie
enactment ol a law making twu cents
a mile the maximum rate of passonger
travel in Canada.
They state they have In no respect
been prompted by any of tbe ollieials
ol tho railways iu taking this action
and are apparently afraid that if such
legislation goes into effect they would
not receive the same consideration as
formerly as regards wages,
RAIL AND STEAMER
As soon as the new time table ol tbe
C.P.R. goes into effect, two trains
daily, one a passenger and express,
tbe other a mixed train, will be run
on the 8. & 0. branch Irom Sicamous,
and the s. b. Okanagan will make return trips daily between tbe Landing
and Pentieton calling only at Kelowna, Hummerlii.nl and Peaohland en
route,
As an instructive Bbowing of how
tl.e railway trallic ot Canada has
increased in the past '20 years, it is to
bo nuled that 114,1166,825 tons ol
Ireight. wore handled in 1896 as
against 15,670,460 in 1886 and 67,066,-
713 tons in HUH'., an increase of 138 8
per cent, over 18911.
A railway ollicial in no way connected will, ibe M. & V., while in the
city recently was asked whit hc
thought ot tl.e story that tho Midway
A Vernon Railway was at las! t. be
built, said, "From what I can lind out
1 lliiuk the tl.iug is a go this time,"
BOARD OF TRADE
Lock-up to be Constructed this
Year.
The executive nl ll.e Buaid of Trade
waited on T. Taylor, M I' I'., on Mon
day n. rniiif; lur Ihe purpose ol d.s
cu sing the completion ol the Canoe
River trail, and ii'bo tlie malter ot a
new provincial gaol.
Calling .he meeting to order, i'resi
dent Chas. F. Lindmark explained the
cause of tbe meeting being called, and
why Mr. Taylor had been asked to
meet the executive. He said that Ihe
questions about to be discussed were ot
extreme importance both to ihe e.ty
and ulso to the whole district. The
completion'ol the Canoe River Trail
was a necessity and although he knew
that lunds were not loo plentiful still
something should be done lo finish
the work, a great part of which was
already completed aud now useless
until the whole Irail could he opened
up fur trallic. In referring to the new
Haul, he pointed out that this matter
had been belore the government for a
long time and hoped that, something
would l.e done this year.
On lieing called upon to address the
board, Mr. Taylor said that there had
burn nu special vote lur the co...pie
tion of the trail, and since l.e believed
tbat he would get better treatment
this year in appropriations for tbe
riding, be would keep the matter ol
tl.e trail iu view. He had received
1(5000 more than last year in funds fur
general work and felt tbat the matter
could be arranged, as the trail was
must important for the district. Tbe
money hnd not yet been distributed,
but l.e said that he intended to arrange Inr the completion ol .he trail
this year. In speaking of the gaol,
Mr. Tuylur stated that a provincial
luck-up wnuld be built this year, at a
cost of $2,500 iu the court bouse
grounds and tbat Mr. Fulton would
be in Revelatoke very shortly to look
into the matter. Regarding the proposition ol the tiover.ime.it and the
city combining in sustaining the cost
ol a better and larger gaol Mr Taylor Baid that the government were
entirely opposed to the scheme and
that Supt. Hussey would not in any
way agree to it. The lock-up when
Ouilt would he entirely lur provincial
prisoners and the ciiy would have to
house their own.
Mr. Lindmark said (hat it would be
a better proposition it the government
aud the city would join iu the con
struct.oo ol a gaol, since only one
staff would be necessary and a lar
better building could bo erected with
the greater sum The question as to
who would take charge of tbe whole
could be decided later.
It was moved by W, M. Lawrence
and seconded by J. P. McLennan that
tbe atteutiou ot the city council be
callul to the information regarding
lock-up given by T. Taylor, M.P.P., to
the BoarJ of Trade and that they be
asked lo consider tbe suggestion of a
deputation fr..iu the council to act in
conjunction wilh the board to meet
Mr. Fulton.—Carried.
The question of street sprinkling
was discusaed, on a frontage tax, also
the necessity of boulevarding the roads,
T. Kilpatrick suggested that a survey be made lor the uniformity of
boulevards.
In regard to the traffic bridge across
tbo Columbia Mr. Lindmark asked if
anything bad been done.
Supt. Kilpatrick said that tbe C.P.
R, didn't favor the scheme but that l.e
hadn't seen the correspondence in
connection with the matter lor several
months.
T, Taylor eaid that Premier McBride
wae to have bad an interview with the
C I'.R. presido.it during his trip east,
on this matter, but he h.,d not beard
tl.e result. >
Supt. Kilpatrick said that the steel
work ol the company's bridge would
be commenced this fall,
The construction of a trail up Mt.
Victoria was discussed. T. Taylor
eaid that the government had never
anticipated the heavy expense in the
Revelstoke riding a, they bad been
put to, and also that the riding had
been very liberally dealt with, but be
promised that he would recommend
the opening of the Mt, Victoria trail.
It was moved by Supt. Kilpatrick
and seceded by E. A. Haggen that
the city council be asked to appropriate $600 towards the cost of a trail
up Mt. Victoria, it the government
will put ups like amount—Carried.
A vote of tininks was paused to Mr.
Taylor in meeting the board, and the
meeting terminated.
New stock ul paints, oils and varnish at Bourne Bros.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Strathcona Honored-The Krao
Case Decision.--Earthquake
Feared. -Coal Strike Ended.
Other Wire Flashes.
MOXTOKAL, May 8—The statement
is going ibe rounds in p litical cire'es
to lhe effect that His Majesty confer
a dukedom upon Canada's High
Commissioner, Lord Strathcona, who
will naturally reniiiii lhe olliee of
Canadian High Commissioner, and
to be replaced by Sir Fred, rick
Borden.
Nelson. May 8.—G. B. McMillan's
aition ..gainst A. D. Wheeler and wife
for If25,000 commission on tlie sale of
the Krao mine was diainis-ed with
costs l.y Mr. Justice Clement at tbe
Assise! here.
Loniion, May 8—Severe seismic
disturbances have been reported nn or
near lhe Pacific Cuast and a disaster
is feared Reports are anxiously
awaited.
Fernie, May 8.—" Tlie result of tlie
voting upon the new agreement is as
follows : For 1124; against 747;
majority, 277. The agreement has
ben duly signed and all members ol
the union are requested t" end their
vacation a...I resume work at al
mines immediately under the ague
ment for two years.
BIGGEST HERD OF BISON
Supt. Douglas will Bring over
Monster Bunch of 700
WlKKlPEB, May 7.—By tbe purchase
by tbe Dominion government ol the
herd ol 800 buffalo of the Flathead
Indian reservation, Montana, Canada
becomes the possessor ol the largest
herd ot (pure bred bison in the world.
Supt. Douglas ot Banff park, will
superintend the loading of the ani
mills and loot nfter their disembarka-
kation at Lamont, where tbey will
leniain lor a time. In obtaiuiug this
valuable here of the noble animal,
which is fast becoming extinct, the
government lias acted with commend
able foresight. Within thirty years
the American bison has decreased Irom
numberless herds of thousands to
al-o.it fifteen hundred scattered over
Nortb America and Europe. Ol tills
number 1,053 were located in the Uni
ted States, seven hundred ol the-e
being own.d by private individuals.
Other pure l.lo.d bison in Canada
aie36 animals in tlie Nat io. al park
Banff, eleven at Winnipeg nnd two in
Toronto and two in Vancouver, making in ail 351 pure bloods wi'hin the
Dominion. With the arrival uf the
new herd Irom Montana, Canada will
have at least 650 pure blood bison or
a number almost equal to the total ol
tbo herds soutb ol the boundary line.
GRIP AND PASSWORD
Pythian Grand Lodge in Session at Nelson.
What is expected to be the niOBt
important meeting ol the Grand
Lodge Knights ol Pythias ever held in
British Columbia opened today at
Kelson. A large number of members
of lodges from all points passed
through Revelstoke yesterday and several ol the local lodge, Gold Range
26, have also gone down. Tbe Pythian
Sisters will attend sb well, several
sisters of the local temple, Crystal
No. 3, going down with the Knights
yesterday. The past year has been
the most successful for the Pythian
Order in its history in B. C. The
membership has grown so rapidly that
the roll now numbers 2,700 and will
easily be 8000 by tlie end nf 1907.
In finances and other departments the
order is in the l.est shape it has ever
been in the west. Grand MuBter Irvine yesterday installed a now lodge at
Creston. This will be his last ollicial
act ol his year's work. Ho opened it
by the installation ol tbe Arrowhead
Lodge.
CARD OfThANKS
Mrs. J. A. Agnew wishes to express
her sincere and heartfelt gratitude to
l.er many friends for gifts ot beautiful
wreaths and llowers aud who extended
to l.er tbeir sympathy and condolence
in her sad hour of bereavement.
New books at the Red Cross Drug
Store: "Short Cruises," W. W. Jacobs; 'New Cbroniclci ol Rebecca," by
KBle Douglas Wiggin; "The Flyers,"
by Geo. Barr McCtitcheon.
Entbymol looth powder, 25c, a
bottle, at Cauada Drug & Buuk Store
B. C. FRUIT
EXCHANGE
Revelstoke to be Distributing
Centre - Important "Meeting
of Delegates on May 22—
Articles of Incorporation.
A special meeting ol the lo-al branch
ol the Fruit Growers' Association was
held un Monday night. Willis J.
Armstrong ...ok the chair. The at
te..dunce was good. Tlie object of tl.e
meeting waa to hear the report ol H.
E. It, Smythe, tbe delegate at the
r. cent convention of fruitgrowers' at
Armstrong, and to elect delegates lo
meet Mr. Brandritli and other delegates Irom all (ruii growing districts,
who will assemble in Revelstoke on
May 22, for the purpose of arranging
bylaws and statutes tor the Fr.iitGr.nv-
ers' Exchange, Mr, Brandritb in a
lette. said that about twenty delegates
would ho presont on the 22nd at
Revelsloke. Tbe report of Mr. Dm, the
was endorsed and the memoranda of
the new exchange were discussed and
endorsid with a few objections. MesBrB
Law and Coursier were appointed
delegates from the Fruit Growers'
Association to confer with the special
committee ot the Bnurd of Trade to
decide upon lhe ways and means to be
adopted of entertaining the delegates
during tbeir stay here. H. E. R.
Smythe was elected local delegate at
the convention on May 22. General
bu ini-ss was then di-cussed and the
meeting terminated.
The following is a synopsis ol tbe
articles of incorporation of the Fruit
Growers' Exchange, endorsed by lhe
nienil.ersoftbeloc.il Fruit Growers'
As ociation:
1, Name—Tl.e ...line of this Exchange shall be "'Tlie Fruit Growers'
Exchange of British Columbia."
2 Office—The registered olliee ol
the Exchange shall be at Hevelsluke.
3. Time ot existence—The time ol
existence of the Exchange shall be
liily years.
4 Capital—The capital ol the Exchange shall be One Thousand dollars,
divided into One Hundred Shares of
ten dollars each.
5. Liability of members—The liabil
ity nf the members ia limited. The
word "member" shall mean Associations Organisations or Companies.
6. Objects—The objects for which
the Exchange is established are:
(f.) To carry on the business ot
buying and selling and generally dealing in (or. cnn.n.is-ii.i.) horses, cattle,
or any other animal--, and generally
dealing iu all kinds if f:■ it.
(I.) To acquire and uncle take tlie
whole or any part of il.o business,
property and liabilities of any por.-ou
or co...puny carrying on any business
which this Exchange is authorised to
carry on, or possessed nl property
suitable Iur this Exchange.
(c) Generally tu purchase, or oilier-
wise acquire any real or person.. I
property, and uni.i.al and vegetable
products for the purpose of the business of the Exchange.
(d) To build, acquire, lease or otherwise operate, equip ond maintain can-
ncries and box factories; aid or subscribe towards the construction of
warehouses, ice plants, wharves, boats,
drays, or other vehicles and all necessary things, buildings or conslruet ions
which may be necessary fur any of tlie
purposes of tl.o Exchange.
(e) To act as financial agents of
farmers' associations and growers.
(I) To secure or operato better,
cheaper and quicker transport.ition
facilities.
(g) To enter into any arrangement
for sharing profits, with any person,
company or undertaking any business
ur transaction whicli this Exchange is
authorized to carry on or engage in.
(1.) To lend or invest the moneys of
tlie Exchange as the Board of Directors may deem it expedient.
(i) To borrow money and for that
purpose to issue bonds, debentures,
bills ot exchange, promissory notes, or
other obligations, or securities of tbo
Exchange.
(j) To sell and dispose of Exchange
stock Irom time to time, and as olten
as the Directors may deem it expedient, Ior such price or such consideration, or in return lor bucIi property or
for such services as the Directors may
think lit.
(k) To enter into any agreement or
arrangement with tbe Government or
authority, provincial or municipal,
that may be advantageous tu tbo Exchange, and to obtain Iro... any such
governments or authorities any subsidies, rights, privileges or concessions
and to fulfill any obligations or duties
j30TJB^E_ BIROS
Quaker Brand Canned Goods, Ashcroft Potatoes
and Vegetables, Wheat, Barley, Bran, Shorts, Chop
Feed, Crockery, Glassware, Hardware, Harness, etc.
Agents for the Celebrated Kootenay Range.
bottbitie BROS.
FOR SALE
ON  SEVENTH   STREET
PRICE $600
Corner Lots are very scarce,
and to secure this site you must
not delay.
Offices :-Molsons Bank Building.
DEALERS   IN
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
A G E N T   F 0 R
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
First St Op. Union Hotel ^
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office-Toronto, Ontario.
Hraiiches ia the Provlooss ol Manitoba, Alberta. Saskatchewan,
Hrltifli Columbia, Ontario, Quetac.
Capital Paid Up ....   t4,7oo,ooo.oo
Reserve Fund ....       »4,7oo,ooo.oo
1). It. Wii.kik, President; Hox. R. Jaxfkay, Vice-President.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available in all parts.if Canada, United Slates and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections.
Savings Department
Deposits received und Internal allowed ftt .-ui-i.-nl rule from iliile
i.f opening account, and compounded four limes a year,
Revelstoke Branch, B. C.-A. E. Phipps, Manager.
and to comply with any such arrangements, rights, privileges or concessions.
(I) To distribute any of the property
among the members in ipeoie,
(in) To establish any branch olliees
or agencies in connection with any ol
the foregoing objects.
(n) To do all such tliiius as arc in-
ciiienlal or conducive to tl.e attainment ol the foregoing objects or any
of them,
OBITUARY.
Monday morning there passed away
an old timo resident iu Revelstoke in
the person of John E. Wood. The
deceased has been in the furniture
business in town tor many yeara and
although without relatives here leaves
a mother and sistor in Scotland. He
wub 47 years ol age. The luneral took
place this afternoon from Howson's
undertaking parlors for the cemetery
where thc remains werc interred. The
luneral service at tbe grave side being
conducted by the Itev.C. A. 1'rocunier.
NOTCH HILL
From our uwu oorNHpondonU
W. l'eneock lelt on Wednesday to
superintend C. R. L, Co's log drive on
Salmon River.
Mrs. Sullivan has |..st returned irom
a visit to Mra. W. Luftus at l.arkiu.
Mra. l'eacock haa been the guest ol
Mrs. .1. P. Shaw at Shuswap for tbo
past week.
A baby daughter, tipping the scale
at twelve pounds, has just made bright
the home ol Mrs. Joseph Payette.
L. T. Morris has his motor boat in
commission and sl.c is..pen for charter
J. Dlllworth Uke settlement, Is
plauling out bob apple trees just received irnin Coldstream Uui.ch.Vcrn.in
I). I.niii.-y gut a good catch of trout
Wednesday.
Victoria Day is tu be celebrated by
picnic, sports, cuncert, theatricals and
dance at the new hall, Lake settlement av*    lTI\iil-1IVv<lIh |cipil1 wl"'re Pris°ner8 C1" |ielin»eMl
A     ilUaU-IUCUUt.'. aml put tu work |or mutual benefit
l-t.l.USlIKli WBDNKSnATi ANU 8ATUR
LAY AT
REVELSTOKE. B.C.,
B   SCF..I1ION   RATES.
InoluUng po-uije to Kngl.u.d. United Suites
and Canada.
Hr the year Ithrough poatofflce]...■
Hall      **        ** j,
Quarter "
■2.60
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■DKHSlS-vasb. Subscriptions payable in od
v.iDCe. 	
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poblie interest.  Con.mn.iii-.i"ions to B.
.or must be accompanied  J>I   name o
writer, not necessarily (o publication, but
„1 Death.
as evidence ol food faith. ConwpondonM
should be brief.
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Barristers, Solicitors, EtcJ
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Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas, Mobphy,      HA'toi.n Fisiim
pILLAN & ELLIOTT.
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OKPICKS:   IM'KKIAL   BiSK   BUKJK,   RttVKL-
•fcjTOKE, H.C.
Mor-pv to loan. .     .   „ ..
Offioei: Revelstoke. B.C.; Cranbrook, B. C.
Seo. S. Mci'aktkh,
A. M. I'.XKHAM.
Re.elsloke, B. C.
J. A. Harvby.
("rt.nrook I.
J. M. Scott I.L.I.
tt*. I. BrlKKH
BRIGGS
Babbistebs, Solicitors, Etc.
Money to I.oan
SOLICITORS FOB MnLSONS BANK
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
IAS. A. McFARLANE
' ASSAYER 4 CHEMIST
AHajs ol .11 ores. S»ni| Ies by mail or express
receive prom..: atleution,
T.-rm. Moderate.
imf,r...     -     • Box .82 KA....H. B. C
"qobert smith
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Provincial Lund Surveyor,
Mine Suiveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenoe,
Box 1U0, Reyelstokk.
E
DWARD A HAGGEN
MINING ENGINEER
(Member American Institute of
Mining Engineers),
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstoke, B. 0.
Mine Management, Examinations
and Reports.
Reports compiled, Plans nnd Blue
Print* of Land. Timber Limits. Mines,
Mills and Buildings prepared in shape
fnr submission to prospectlvelnvestors
or purchasers.
still, at thc siine time, some definite
arrangement would have to be arrived
at as to who sin old sustain the main-
tainence and keepol prisoners and pay
the staff in charge, etc. By conibin
ing forces the expenses generally
ivould be considerably lessened and ..
•'ar more adequate and suitable build
inc. erect d True a combine does nut
always assume, and there iB a que tion
i> tn whether the government would
agree to accept the direction of such a
concern as thi., knowing that they
had nut gut a tree hand. Aiiahi un
tl.e 'oth' r hand the expet.ee of the.
undertaking would be lightened on
I...lb parries, and the result W'uld be
satisfactory from a husiness point of
view. 11. cause Nelson and other citic
have a gaol of tbeir own, there is no
reason why Rovelstoko should con I in-
ually be put lo tl.e expense ol transporting her prisoners to Kan.loops,
inlying for their keep and giving that
eity the benefit of their labor.
Revelsli ke, as holding a central and
important position in the interior,
demands more consideration and when
Mr. Fulton visit- tliis city next week,
ii is hoped ihnt this question will l.e
put tn him plainly and in a clear
manner, showing bare (acts and
figu.es.
THE EVERLASTING TOPIC.
With tlie approach of Bummer, there
are revived the usual heated discussions in different sections of Ilu. eity
us to the best, and most effeotive ways
and means uf eliminating tbe dust
nuisance. But yeara have come and
gone aud still the dust is as had as
ever, and nu steps have been taken to
remedy the evil, for an evil it is in
every sense of tlie word. The city
council have discussed, only thia week
tbe feasibility of street sprinkling, but
have come tu the conclusion that the
Iienit is impracticable, the lay of the
town and the condition ot tbe roads
being against it. Be tlmt us it may,
the dust nuisance is especially detrimental to the business section of the
town nnd even if sprinkling iB nol
feasible and necessary near the stores
tl.e merchants havo a grievance if
nothing is done this year; and although
we are well aware that the roads are
not in the condition lor effective
sprinkling, seeing that tbey are not
made or built up o! crush. .1 rock and
gravel and that wholesale sprinkling
would entail a far greater expense
than the result attained would warrant, still we would most certainly
advocate lhat sprinkling be done
rouud tlie business sectiou ot the city
where the dust nuisance is lelt most.
We are glad to see that the merchants
have got together und have arranged
to spriukl - McKenzie Ave. from the
City Hall to the railway crossing every
day and it ie certainly lhe duty ol
the city council to sanction this must
necessary step, in the supplying of
hise and water free for this purpose.
However ii is propu«H, .uu,. ...n....
much work us p s ible with the u.omy
available, it being considered ib...
everything in ihe . ower ol the ad
ministration liou'il ba done (rue
purpose o* facilitating He settlement
of 'he country.
Ye t r.lay one one of the members
the executive council affirmed thai tie
poiicy ..I .he government wast., survey as much of the agricultural sections uf British Columbia as praoti
••able, io order to encourage settlement
The amount uf .....ney voted, ho" ever,
would not be a "drop in the I... iket"
in carrying out such a general ic nine.
Just as much as could be done with
the finances at band would he undertaken.
Local Rovelstoko
Socialist Party of Canada
Meets ..'iis. a...! Tliir.1 Weiliiesilny III tin- inniilh
in Selkirk mill, upstairs, nt s .i.iu. Subject for
ilisi.|is*iiiii --'I'miles Unionism v. Socialism," All
interi-su-ilui-.. welcome
C. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Camp, No, 229.
Meetr 3oooi.il niul Fourth Wednesdays In
fiu-li inniilh. in Selkirk Hull. Vistimg Wood-
;..,:.. cordially Invited t" altenil.
IV, Ii. ARMSTRONG,Con, Com.
II. w. EDWARDS, Clerk,
^REVELSTOKE AERIE No. 432.
F. 0. E.
Tlm regular meetings nro hold in the Selkirk
Hull ovory Tuesday eveuiuu at8nclooK. Visit-
lun brothrou are cordially Invited,
II.  A. BROWN, I'llKSIDKNT.
W.KMcLAlH'HLIN.aKiHKTAUY.
Koottnny LodRe No. 15 A.F.& A.M.
f*,    v '.■ Tlio regular dumi<
'''■■ *   . injenre lielii iii tin
,., >■.- ";  Masonic    Temple,
jild [follows Ilall.oi
tlit- third Mundaj li
;nch ninntli   at   I
'   -  'jlipiiiii VUitiiiiibri'tlv
v ri'ii   cordially  wel
■ fm
OUlllli
U, A. CKUCUNIKU, Srokktakv.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO 12. 1. 0. V. F.
Meets every Thursday
evening in Holkirlf.
Hall at 8 o'clock.
VisiliiiK brethren coi-
dially invited to attend
H.O.LAUQHLW, N.O.      J.MA'IHIB, BRO
Gold Range Lodge, K. of P.
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
MEETR EVERY WEDNESDAY,
except Third Woduosday nl
each i.onlli, in the Oddfellows'
Hall nt 8 o'clock, Visifinj!
Knights are cordially invited,
A. LESLIE, 0.0.
Q. H. BROCK, K. of B. & S.
H. A. BROWN, M. .d* F
Cbe flfoatWIberalb
-.woul . • . ea.nestl.va vise them fur
their good to order Ihi* paper to be punclually
served up, and lo be looked upon as a part o(
the t.ja equipage.'*—AD01SOX.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1907
WILL SURVEY
PUBLIC LANDS
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Deer Heads, Animals, Bints, Fish,
Ktc,.
Animals, Hints,
MOUNTED
Animal Kurs Mounted,
P. 0. Dux 31.
Studloi Corner of First st, and Boyle Ave.
      licvelstoke, II. C.
Mprta   Furnjt||re!
CAIU'KTS, LINOLEUMS,
John E. Wood's Furniture Store
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured (or all alassoslof buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All klndfl of building nnd phi^torinn
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
STORAGE I!
Furniture, Pianos, or Merehun
ilise,stored in (lr_v-.vell-l.uilt ware
louse in convenient location.
E.  A.   HAQQEN,
Real F.st.iteun.l Insurance Agent
lie-,.-1st..ke, I!. C.
To Trappers
FOR MUTUAL ADVANTAGE.
We have at last been able to get
some tangible informaticn regarding Mure Bi,rveyjng 0f pui,|j0 |and8 will
the intentions of the Provincial Gov- be done by tbeProvinci.il Govern .....it
ernmen: sb to the construction cl a this summer than has been attempted
gaol in this eity. The rjuestion bus in an). eing|e ytar i,Metolore. At the
been belore the public now lor a long remit ^.j,,,, „f tne legislature about
time, apparently without any move- |50(000 was voted lor that purpose and
ment being made in any definite d:.rtc- t),ere j, „„ d0UDl t|iat |t| alui p,rhap«
tion, and the longer the matter hung mKi wi>) ^ required to carry out tin
fire the more restless 1 as public senti- plftt|9 outlined..
ment grown, uniii the events of a week Ju>t „.|mt pr„cwi,uri, w||| De {0lU.ue<l
or so ago brought matters to a ncad. DJ. tne authorities has not yet been
The disgraceful and inadequate state decided. Nunc uf the parlies which it
of the gaol io Revelstoke has been |, pr pMed to put in tbe field has lelt,
well known to the government and a|tlluU1,,. u j., understood that J. H
they have, we take it, bad it in mind 0wy| ffno lM ,uol] g0(Kj „urk
to rectify matters iu this direction, throughout the Bulkley Valley in
only that tbey have not taken any | jooe, will leave lot the north witi. ..
slept io do what :hey knew must    ' (|.w tne.i .n lln-n.-.ir li.tur.-.   Hitherto
done sooner or later   The Boaid ol >,■, .;„>•   has  adopted tl lethod ol
Trade we are glad to see, realising that 1 engaging the majority ol those win
■omething should be done, waited on | |orm  n|,  psrty| ft't,,r reaching bis
The Provincial Government will !Raw Purs Bought
Undertake More Work this1 0asb Pnces Paiu
Summer than Ever Before.
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
J. MclNTYRE & SON
Full line ol Groceries and Dairy
Produce, Men's Supplies, Etc,
Fresh stock always arriving at
lowest prices,
S.DCT   CTDECT        NEXT OOOB TO
rinOl    J Intel,   ■ citv «,st»u«amt
Halcyon Hot Spring j
Sanitarium.
Under tbe new manage nt|nf
IIau.iv  M. Im'.-ii.   lb.il'iu in   llmi*..
Ro -l.iinl.
IIF. MEDICAL WATK
ry.... fl... the 111
Look Well t Feel Well!
Dn ..... enjoy that well (lieswil feeling? Weull know whal
it feels like I... be hot, lo I... cold, or tu lie tired, nud it is
just ,-.s I rue that we all knmv what il feels like lo be well
.I..S-...I. I. feels good, nnd it's piod lo feel goutl, Ynu eau
never lie well dressed it you. clothes are mil made by tbe
i-inrht n.uker.
Get to know we handle the SEMI-READY GABMEN'TS
and yuu will liiul what a pleasure nud sallsfactiun it is to lie
well dressed,
Suits and Overcoats  SIS, SIS, and $20.
Blue and Black Suits, the best made, $20, & $25
Right Overcoats, up-to-date - Prices: SIS and $20
Special Trousers $5 and $6.
1'ailortng is our business,
und be knows it.
We m.ik.. a uiau luuk well
..Cressman  and Morrison.. $
^<KK><KK><K>O<>O<><KH><XK><>0<>O<K>0
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act fl l'i..ll..:nent, UK.
HEAD OFFICE, - MONTREAL.
Wm. M.ilw.n .Maci'iikkhon, P.ea, s. II, EwiNO, Viee-P...--,
Jamks Elliot, General Malinger,
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Slxty-tw.i brunches in (Juu.-.du un.l Agencies in all parts of lhe
world.
lilt.i-rONt .Tciliie.l four times n yna.-.U c....-■-..  nuns uu Siirinii.
li.-u.k deposits, unl.i l.iill....' ....lice.
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
I'.KVKLS'KlKI!.   15, C.
WELL,   HOW  ABOUT   IT?
Many are selecting their ranches now, and, Ior a small deposit,
arc having them reserved until they can arrange payment, thereby
netting all Ibe advantage ol early purchasing and nt tbe same, time
accommodating tbeir finances. Our property ia a seller, and when
buying il yoll fall lo see us you may not buy to your  best adv.ii.lage,
BURTON CITY
FRUIT LANDS
FIVE AND TEN ACRE LOTS
$100 PER AORE
E. A. HAGGEN, AGENT, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
House Cleaning Time
brings to tlie eye of the careful
housekeeper the blemishes of the
carpets under her supervision. When,
necessary to make renewals in carpets i
rugs, mattings und oilclollis, visi
HOWSON'S and see their well selected stoek before buying. You'll
find it a time and money saver. Our
Spring' display beats anything we
ever offered.
Howson & Company
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS   ONLY.
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
Notico h hereby kIvpii tba' 80 day* after da'o
I Intend toapiily u» the Thief i'uinmMoiiei*< f
l and si and warier) for a Kpiidil llnnum lo ci t
nnd ram* awny timber fnnn iii** following rie*
wjrlbed lnnds Klluutc in \\'v.*i KuuictmydU
trlct:
I. Commencing nt a i-oat planted on ihe wt'»t
ii.inknf a laigecreukalmit ljirtlU'asmith nf (tic-
mntitli Creek fotlowliig the Creek and almnt a*4
iniU'H fmm Columbia Rirernnd inarlceil''B, Mc*
Uuan's unrtli-wuHt corni'r," tlii*in*e ifiii rlinins
noulli, thenee lu rhalns eaet, thence 180 chaini
nnrlh. tlien-e 40 cliains ivi'ht to pnlnt of com*
meneement,
ii   Commencing at a pent planted tin the went
Imnk nf a large ereek almut I.', milea smith nf ig-
niniitli Creek, fnllcwlug the creek and almut f>%
miles from Columbia Biver and marked "K Me-
Bean'H nurth-east enrner," tbenue 1(W i'liains
smith, thence -tu chains west, thenee mo chains
north, thence 10 chains east tn pnint of enmmencement.
8. CnmineuHng at ft pout plnnted nlimit li/iii
yaids wwt nf a snnill creek ninl almut 1 mile
smith nf Higiuniith Creek, and ahout -\\ mile*
frnm the Columbia Itiver and mnrked ''K, Me-
IJean'H north-west enrner," thenee WO chains
-.oiiili, thencu 10 clmiiii east Uifitni iCOcliainn
nnrlh, thenee 40 chains west to puint of cniniuenceinent.
4. Com mencing at a pnftt phinted about ifiO
yards west nf a sninii i reek and l mile suuth of
Big unulli Creek nml (' iniles fmm the Cnlunibia
Itiver, and mnrked "K. .Meltean's north-foat corner," Ihence Iim chains smith, tlience 40 chains
west, Ihence ltio chains nnrlh, theuce 111 chain*.
east tu pnint nf enmmencemeni
r>. Commencing at a trnst planted at the north*
west enrner tif Imcatfnn Nn. 4 and marked 'K.
McHeiiii's nnrih east enrner," thence 8ti ehaiiM
smith, thence Ml chains west, theiKO 80 chains
north, thence vo chains east tn point nf commencement,
Dated April 2Hrd, 1907.
II. Commencing at a post plnnted ahmitluille
north nf lligniiiutli Creek mul 3 miles frmn the
Columbia Hlver audmaikjd "K, MclJ-uvn's sonth-
west comer," ilieueiun ehains east, thenca 10
clmins north, ihence n;n chnius wint, llienee 40
chains .smith tn pnlnt nf commencement.
7> Commeneing nt a post planted 1] miles
north nf Itiginmiili Ci'i'k and :i miles frmn the
Columbia lliver nml marked "K. McHean's snutli-
west corner," thonee 100 elmitm east thi'ii',e'40
cliains north, tlience 10') chains west, thenee 40
chillis -iilllll in |niini nl i-nmilH'iiCi'iiieiil.
, Dated April Slili 1007
8. Cnuiuii'iieiiig at a pusl planted nt the smith-
enst cornerof hni H, about fill chains soutb of Klc-
inmith Cieik ami in irked "B. MeBeausiinrth-
eiiHt corner," thenee Hn chains smith, thencu ho
chains-vest, tbenee Hu chnlns nnrth, tlience hu
ebains east to pnint nf cnnimeneemeiit.
fl. Commencing at u post planted at the northwest corner nf Ln' 1.1 nml innrkeil "E. McBean's
soutb-west cornor." them-e ItiO chains tiorth.theiu'e
4ii chains eust, thencu ItiOehalns smith, thenee lo
chain, west lo pninl of commencement,
10. Commonclng at n pnst plunled at the imrth-
eastcorner of IjOblH, and mnrked "K. McBenu's
south-oast *.orner," thuuee Hi*1 chains nnrth, thence
40 chains uc-t, theuce ItiO chains south, tlienco 40
hains east tn pnint uf commencement.
Dated April 26th 1DC7.
11. Coinmeneing at a pust planled un the snuth
liank oi Canyon Creok ami alwut 1J4 iniles from
Bigmmitli Creek and marked "K. McBean's northwest corner." thenee |u chnlns smith, thence 10
ehains enst, theuce 4o chnlns south, thenee 80
chains east, thence 40 chains north, thencu 40
chains west, theuce 40 chains nnrlh, thence SO
i'ii;i in, west tn puint nf commencement
12. Commencing at n punt planted mi t he um-th
liank of Canyon Creek, n limit J mile from muuth
ami marked '16, McBean's nnrili-west eorner,"
thence 80 ehnins smith. Uience 80ehains cast,
thence hi chains north, theuce 80 chains west to
point nf cimimencenient.
i:i, Cnuimeiiciug at a nnst planted nn the eaet
Imnk of BignimiLh Creek, almnt fl miles almve
Canyon Creeii and murked '*K. McBean's smith'
Central Hotel
a-,^   REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
f\,vl.   uili,    Firat-class in every rwj eet.   All modern conveniincee
Large Bample Rooms.
Rales $1.60 per Day. Spec*. I Weekly Rales.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
cnsl, corner," thence 81) chains north, theuce 80
chains west, tlienee 80 chains smith, thenee 80
chains east to point of commencement.
14. Commencing nt u post planted ou the
east bank of BlKinotith Creek, about 5 miles
above Canyon Oreok and marked "IJ, McBean's nouth*woid, corner,'' thoneo 80 chains
nortli, thonce 80 chains east, thoneo 80 chains
Kouth, thencu 80 chains west to point of commencement.
15, Commencing at a post planted on tho
cast bank of Bigmoutb Oreok. nbout 6 iniles
above CanyonCrouk and marked "K. McBoan's
north-west comer,',' thenou 80 chains east,"
thence 40 cliains south, them-o 20 chaiiiB eas',
thence 10 chains south, theme80 chains wes,
thenee 10 chains nortli, thenco 20 chains west,
theuce 1(1 chains north to poiut of uommonco-
mont.
Dated April 27th, 1007.
Hi. Commencing at a post planted on the
north bank of Bigmuutb Creek near tho mouth
of south fork and mnrked "K. McBenu's north*
wtst corner," thenco Kin chains si<uth, thencu
10 chains east, thence 100 ohains norlh, thenoe
10 ehuins west to point of commencement.
17. Commencing at a post planted about 16
chains north of Bigmouth (reek, two mbes
below norlh fork nnd marked "K. McBean's
south-west cornur," Ihenee lliu chains east,
thenee 4u ciniins norh, thenee 100 clmins wes',
thence 40 chains muii. ti to pi co oi commence,
mont,
Daicd April 20th, 1007.
18. Ci'iuineiii Ing uta post plnnted 10 elinlns
eftntofilio smith enst corner of i. 1,. 10458 snd
marked " E. McBean's imnli-we t corner,"
theuce liki chain*- south, theuce -loo'mins east,
tbeuce ltio chains uorlh, thence io elimns wesl
to pointof commencement.
Dnted 4(iih April, 10u7,
10. Coinmeneing at a post planted ', mile
norih of Mi-.th-eaai corner of i, h, 7048 and
marked " K. Aicllcan's sumh-east comer,"
thence 40 chains north, thenou 8o chains weat,
thenee 40 chains u-u tti, tlienee Via ohalna ea-i,
ihence wieiiiiiiii smi ..hence 40 ehnins we?t
tn point of eummeucement.
20, Commencing at a pnsl planted about one
mile westof Culumbia hlver, and ulmui ont*
hall milu south of Eigh.-mile Creek ami
marked '*E, McBean's uorlh-ea-l curuer,"
(In nee 80 chains west, thence 80 chains south,
thence 80 chains cast, thunce 80 chains north
to poiat of commencement,
I)atcd 1st Mav, UW7,
21, Commencing nt a post planted at tbe
south-west corner of T. L, 10700 and marked
"E. McBeau's south-east corder," ihence au
ehuins west, lhcnco 80 chains north, theuco 80
chains east, theuce 30 cnains south to point nl
commencement.
•ii. Commencingat a post planted on the
south bank of (turdon Creek, aboul IU miles
from the mouth and marked "E, McBean's
north-east corner," thenco 80 chains south,
thence 80 chains west, ihence 80 chaius norlh,
thence 80 chains east to point ol commence-
mtin.
"It. ConimonciiiK at a post plauted on the
south bank of tiurdoii Creok, about 2 miles
from the mouth nud markod "H McBean's
smith-west corner." thence 100 chuius west,
thence 40 chuius north, theuce 100 chains east,
thonce 40 chains soutli to poiut of commence*
ment.
24. CommouciiiK ut a post planted on the
south bank of Gordon Creok, nbout 2H miles
from lhe mouth aud mnrked "E, McHonn's
uunh-onst cornor," thenco 80 ohnins south,
thonee 80 chains wost, thouco 80 chains north,
thenco Ml chains enst to {mint of commencement.
Dated May 2nd, 1007,
wed my 8 B, McllEAN.
WORK-SAVING SOAP
TliatV Royal Crown kind—
.undo in Vancouver— Lnri;o.t
So.ip Factory west, ol Winnipeg, House cleaning and
ivaahi.igareeasy with ita help,
And the money Biiving la the
Premium System
Booklet tollu what we give for
Hoval Crown Wrappers. Send
for   it—Free—Alsu try  the
Soap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
MONEY SAVED HI
BY TRADING WITH US.
From 25 to 50  Per Cent
Saved on your Grocery Bills.
We bcII at retail ut lowest wholesale
prices. Hotel and hoarding house
keepers, larincrs, miners Hnd lumbermen will lind it to thoir advantage to
Investigate us.
WE   PAY  THE  FREIGHT
to sny i-i.ilu-.iy station in British
Columbia. We only handle first-dam
and pure goods. We guarantee
prompt delivery. No order too Binall,
none ioo large. Write lor our price
list. 11' IS KHKK. Be convinced
that you can save inoiipy.
NORTHWESTERN SUPPLY HOUSE
2511-281 Slanhy St., WINNIPEG, Man.
NOTICE.
Nol ice is hereby given lhat sn days after datn I
Intend In apply tn the llmi, the Chief ('oiimisslnn
er of Land-, and Works for a special license to cut
anil enrry away timber from the following descrihed lands In Caribou district:
1, Commencing at a post, maikcd "U\ J,
Oito's nuiih-wcht conier," planted on Canoo
itiver, about III miles from mouth of Ptarmigan Creek, thunce 80 chains east, thenco 80
lIiiiIiih soutb, thence 80 chains west, thence SO
chains unit h In point of com mencomont.
l)at:d March mh. 1007.
2. Commencing nt a post marked "W. J.
Oito's sQuili-wrst corner,"ulanled on hnrml-
gall Creek about 4 miles up fiom mouth, thence
Hi chains east, theuce8o chains north, ihence 80
clmins west, thuuee 80chains south to point of
conimciicoincnt.
I). CommoiiciiiK nt a post mnrkeil "W. J.
Oito's souih-wo«l corner, planted on Ptarmigan Creek, about 7 miles from moutb, thunce
0chains east, lhcnco 20 chaius south, tlienco
su chains east, thence 40 chains nortb, theuce 80
chains west, thence 20 chnlns north, thenco 80
chains west, theuco lOchains south to point of
commencement.
4. Commencing at a post marked "W.J.
Otto's south-west corner," planted on Ptarmigan creek about 0 miles from tho mom h, thenco
100 chains cast, thenco 10 chains nortb. thenco
100 chaius wed, thence 40 chaius south to point
of commencement.
Dated Maroh 28th, 1007.
5, Commencing nt a post marked "W.J,
Otto's north-cat. corner, planted on Canoo
lllver, about 00 miles from mouth, thenco 160
chains west, thunce 40 chains south, thenco 100
ehuins oast, tliuuco 40 chains north to poinl oft
commencomunt.
Dated March Hist, 1007.
0. Commencing at a post marked "W, J,
Oito's north-east corner, plnnted on I anoo
Hlver about 05 miles from mouth, tbonco 80
chains south, thence 80 ohnins west, theuco 80
chains uorth, thuuee 80 ohains eaKt to puint of
commencement,
7. Commencing at a post marked "W.J,
Oito's so ulh-cast cornor, planted on Canoe
Hlver, about 63 miles from the mouth, thenoe
80 chains north, thenoe 80 chains west, thenoe
80 chains south, thence 80 ohains east to point
of commencement,
8. Commencing nt a post marked "W, J,
Oito's north-east corner, planted on Canoo
Hivor, about 70 miles frum mouth, thenoe80
ehuins south, thoncu 80 ehains west, thenoe 80
chains north, thence 80 chains east lo point of
commencement.
0, Commonolng at a post marked "W, J,
Otto's south-east corner," planted on Canoe
Biver, about 70 miles from its mouth, thenco
BIO chains west, thenco 40 chains uorth, thenoe
Kit) chains east, thenee 10 ohains soulh to point
of commencement.
Duted Maroh 30th, 1007.
MtapV W.J. OTTO.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Nutlco In hereby (given Ihal tho co. partnership Imretofort! siil.slstii.K between the utidcr-
slKned aa Harbors, und.-r the Arm name of
Morgan ft Parson., at llevelstoko, H, O,, has
bei... this day dissolved by mutual censent. All
debt,, duo lo Uu. sni.i pan.ncri.htp are to be paid
to J. A. Morgan, formerly one ol .aid Iln.t, and
all pai-tuoremp debts to be paid l.y him, the
said J A. Morgan continuing on the business,
Ilevelstoke, II..:., April 8th, 1:107.
J. A. MOI10AN,
wedaplO A. PAH8ON8.I
'1*1
iv. ..-l.l,
T Taylor, M.P. P., thi* week, and deitination, In Hint way he obtaini
were intormed that 'he governmentL^ BD0 lre familiar with the coun-
had decided to build a 1-jckap this ni.1 trj, MVy „„ that account, il able to
mer on the curt li.juse ground, lor obtain more satisfactory results than
theaumof $8,600. Tliis is Intended would otherwise be the oaio His
for provincial prisoners only and wil*,,,,!', "nected that he will do the same on
" 1        ,     , ,-   ■  .   i- thn occaiion,
necessity, lie of limited (limeniiona.    -n)l. „,,,,. ()ay t|,e mrvoyor-general
K..r some conalderable ti.    P*"'he | made the it&teneni that not an acre
city council have offered u p it up 1   il surveyed land could bi. procured in
sum equal to that which the govern- that locality at the preeent time. Thii
^ ,        . ,, 1 .a micciiicii as an indication ol the
ment hai now put up and conjomtl)  wi8(Ui i>( han(1||ng the a?rioultnral
build a jail which can l.e called an I Beotlonj ol lhe province, ai Fir ai poi<
used as a jail. N'o definite aniwer 1 Bible opened up, aa it tin... finds a
has ever been received to lius propoii- much readier market. The policy
„ ,. , .,„ .,, T.,.i,.' will be iiiirsui.il 111111 larger scale here.
.inn until thii week, when Mr. inyi'.r   "     • ,   . -       ,"•,..,
hou uum nn*. >>"», .utter and that liavuiK been decided
intormed thc board ol trade that the| Mf  (jray, it is nndentood, will ho
Provincial police authorities dirfuvonil deputed to continue the work which
the scheme very strongly.   II the gov   he hai 10 satisfactorily started in the
. ... '.11. i-n (,.. i*hom.«Kn« northerudiilrlctiolBritish Columbia
prnnient bill (1 ths ai lor ttieuihei 's  '">
eriimi-iii j _ I    jj|)W  |n(|||y |„iri,is wl||  be |i'il.iii
it will be up to the city to go and «o the fl(;|<| hy th(, prov|no|s| govern.
likewise,' Thus the matter ihould be meni |i not known. That ther.. will
dealt with as a l.mincss proposition, be at lean one or two la taken tor
and the pros and eons discussed btforn ] granted. Will, the cost ol living as
" ',   . ,    ..,   • ,   .   I. eh us it is now 111 the west ainl nti."i-
any conclusion are hastily jumped nt ,    It oorreipon(lln,|y ,,(;avy |W(.
While we consider that Hevelstukc '> 000 cannot be expected to curry more
ol sullicient importance to warrant the than two, ur at thn outside three, pur-
erection of a jail provincial and iiiiiiii-' tiel throughout the iiiminer monthi,
t curative In the
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Liver, Kidney and Stomach ...I....... 1-
i.nil Metallic Polionlna, A .ure curs
for "Thnl  Tired Peeling."    Bpeclal
.-.lies ....   nil   boat!    ui'l   tl nils.   Two
minis a.rlve .....1 depatt a»erv day.
Telegra I. communication with all
1.....-ts iii* ,!.>■ world
TkiImh  $12 if. 1)18 pi..- week.   Por
Further parti, nlara apply to
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CHIEF  YOUNG, -        -        Proprietor
HOTEL VICTORIA
LAND NOTICK
Sixty days after date I Intend lo apply to the
lliiimrahle lhe I'lilcf (.niiinil-iHioner nf Lands ami
Wnrks fnr permission tn purchase the following
ilescrlheil lainlti Hltuiileil nn Upper Airow Ifiikc
.uui more particularly iIchci'IIhuI as follows:
Cuiiiniciicliif- at a pnxt planted about' i mile
north of mnitlieii-it cm tier nf Timber Limit 7*'ltl,
thinicii umili su clialus, thencu en-it 80 ohahm,
smilli SU olialnu.WeSt M' chains In point nf cum-
nii'iii't'iiiniil.  1 uniii mini; mn acres more or less,
Dated May ith, mn,
we.l may H Ie fl, MfLKAN.
VTOTICi
JN   date
fihlef Con
NOTIGE.
.ruby given
I intend to apply
OTICE is hereby given that 60 days aftor
'to apply to lho Hon. tho
'on un ins inner of umds and Works for
lormlsslon to purchase the following described
lands, situated iu West Kooluiiay, on the west
shore of Upper Arrow Lake:
Commonclng at a post markod "J. C. H.'s
north-east corner," planted At tho north-west
cornor of Lot 111, thenco west 10 chains moro
or less to the north-oast corner of Lot 3258,
thenco south 10 ohains, thenco enst 10 ohains
moro or less to the soulh*we«t cornor of Lot
III, thenco norlh 10 chains to point of coin*
meneement,
Dated this 2*rd day of Feb. 1907.
J. O. HARLOW,
inch g sat liy his agpiit 8, ,1. Harlow,
NOTICE
Hat
hie
ipe*.	
and carry away timbor from tho following
Nolice is hereby gi von thai 30 days aftor date
1 Intond to apply to lhe t 'hlef Commissioner of
LAND NOTICE
NOTICK i» I..-..-l.y .ii.-...l.:.iiwilny.iil.i.r .late
1 llitui.it 1.. ii|...ly ... On-liun. flili'l ('.....
ni.ftsl.iimr nl I,..i..1h un.l Wnrks Inr in'riiiissinu tn
...ir.-l.asu ll... ii.li.iv.no: ili-iciiliuii lan.l. It.tl.e
Wti.tKiii.toiiay IJI.lrlct:
(;.,iiiiiii'ii.-iii(- ui. a imst planted about 14 mile
n..nli nf .null) i.llHtr.inii-r nl Tl.i.li.-r I...nil 7n|A,
tlienoO north Si. el.jtlr.a weal So .liftins, smilli Hi
.'l.f.ii.H, oa.( si. ohalna i.. imii.t nf ,..i.t.,,.-■■,-,-n,,-,,,.
Cnntiil»l..i( ntn in ..-* iii.,..-... I.-,.-..
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W0.1.01)8 WAIIKRN ANDItUVVN.
'Under   Nuw   Management)
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop,   REVELSTOKE,
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Host brands ol Wines, .Spirits, an.l
Cigars.
RATES   $1   AND   $160   PER   DAY
FREE  BUS  MEETS  ALL TRAINS
NOTICK
NniliPlshereliy nlvcn that sixly dins after
dale! iiileml tu applv to the Honorable the
Chief Cum missioner ol Lumls hixI Wnrks for
pormliilon io purtiliMO iliejlnihmiiii' landi
iltuated on Upper Arrow Lake ami deierlbed
ai billows;
1. Ctimmenclnu sl n post planled on Half
Way i.ii'i'K, about ono and a half miles (rom
hike uliiiri* and tnsrkcd *'J K. McLean's s K.
eorner |-u»i." tinmc west HO rlmins, ihence
notth I'i clialns, iiiniM* .'.-.*1 $i rhalns, theuce
imii h iu chilni 10 placo of (touimeiiccinent
Mmlalnlni* '.lUi ncres more or lent.
2, Commonclng It « poit pliintc) on Half
Way Creek abnui three, inllcHlrnm lake ibore
and market)1 J K.Mi*L"aii1s*S E.corner imsl.'
thence weit «0 chains, thence north Ht) chains,
thenc cist Ml chaltiN, ihence south Hu ehalm
l<> -d-v" nf i-ommcnremcnt. Coiilalnlni; 010
acres more or leu.
Dated May 7th, 1907.
J, K. Mclean,
l-nnds and Works for a special licence to out
  'V   l
describen Innds'sltualo in Yale Distriot:
•tii. Ciiiiiiiu'iiciiij* at a |iiih(. planted 10 chains
north of the nortn-cost enrner of T h, imti:. and
marked "A, M, Hymens' N, K> comer noitt," thonce
north 10 chains, thence west 100 chains, thence
south It) chains, thence cast 1(30 chains to place of
commencement,
21. Oiiiiiiiii'iii'inu at a post planted 10 chains
east nf the nnrih-enst corner of No, -tii, on the east
bank of the Hlmswap Kiver, and niarked "A. M,
Nyiiinim'K, I; corner iwHl, thence north 10 chains,
thenee west 160 cliains, theuce smith 10 chains,
Ihence east UK) chains tn place of commencement,
ti, Commenolng at a post planted 10 elinlns
east of the north-east corner of No, 21, on the east
hunk of the Hlmswap Hlver, anil marked "A.M.
Symons' N.K, corner post," thonce north 10 chains,
thence wesl ltk) clialus, thence south 10 chains,
thence east 100 chains to placo of vomiueneeiueiit.
23. ConimonciiiK at a post planted at the northeast corner of No. 22. and marked "A, M. Hymens'
8, K. comer pnst," thenco north Ml chaius, thenes
wesl 80 chains, tlience south HO chains, thence east
80 chains tn place uf commencement,
21, ('iitniiii'.ii'inj; at a post planted at the south*
...isl corner of No. 21 ami markud "A. M. Hymons,
S. K. corner post," Ihenee north dO chains,thonce
west id chains theuce south HO chaius, thence east
80 chains to phce of commencement.
Dated 2-lrd March, 1007.
wedaplO A. M, SVMONH,
NOTIGE
Notice is liereliy Riven that 60 days after date 1
Intend U apply to the Hninrahle Chief t'ommis-
slonorof Lands and Works fnr permission to pur*
chase the Minwin-K descrihed lands:
Htartlnu al a post marked "It, N. Henderson,"
planted atthe north-west eurner of Im HOii on the
east shnru of Upper Armw Lake, riinuln*- east 80
chains,north 80 chains, west **0 chains.thence
abmu the lake shore south ta point of com
meneement.
Dated Fob. 12th, 1007.
iat meh 3 H. N. HKNDKIWON.
LAND NOTICK,
Notice Is hereby ulvon that 00 da)s after date I
Intend toapply to the Chief Commissionerof
Unds ami Works fnr permission to purchase the
following described lands In Wont Kootenay tils-
trlct:
Cnmmenciiifi al a post planted at the south'West
corner nf Ut 2112, about \'t mile, mure or less,
from out shore nf Upper Arrow Lake, thence
nortli K0 chains, west IU chains, south H1' chains,
east 10 clialns to point of cnmnencemsnt, Cnn*
talnina 320 acres more nr less.
Dated Uth March, 1007.
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Lands mid Vvmk*
iind cnirj nwii) ii
soriM liimls mid
iJixlrioli
I    i mn   ci'i-iu.  hi h ensl  iilsiited  uu m-1
bauk hi Kui-'er i ren* aboutll mil*'frum ihe
C'lloini'iii rivor ami mnrked "Ulh K. Hei-
niroiii'« ■■* '- conn r pn*!," ihence *.iiitb (ji
obauis, wosl lu chains, mirlh Ctirlmiiis, east
in i Imii.- to puint ui i-o.iiiiii'iii-eini'iii.
2> Commoncing h( a m-il plained nn es-t
hank ol Fuller Creek aboutH miles fromCol*
umbla river and mnrked "Uu** K. Hedstrom's
>s. K. coruer puHi," tbeuce west Wohalns, norh
HO chains, east 80 ehui ns, suulh a0 chains lo
jiuint ut comraeni oinetit.
8. Commencing st a post planted on cnsl
bank on Foster Oreek about ti miles from Cot.
umbia river and marked "Iiu* E lledsirom's
S W.corner post," thence cast .ho chains, nurih
80 clialus, west bO chains, south HU chain*) io
point ni commencement.
I. Commencing at a post planted on west
bank nt Foster Creek abuul I milei from Culumbia liver and marked Cos I-, Hedstrum's
8. W, corner posi" Uience north Hu chains,
east su clialus, sonth HU cIihIhs. West 80 chains
io point of commencement,
5, Commeneing at a post pb.nted ou west
bnnk ol Foster Creek about 4 iniles frum i ul.
umbia river and marked'tins K Hedstrom's
A Ji. corner po-1," thence nurth 8U chains, west
-0 chains, uouth Hu chains cost tw chains io
po lnt of coiuiiieiiceincHi.
ii. CuiiiiueiK iiu: al a post planted about 40
chains cast uf Filter CrecK snd abuul 2% iniles
north-east from olumbia river ami marked
tins K Hedslnnn's N *. eorner pnsl." tbenee
east Kit) chain**),suuth -mchains, wesi 160 chain-,.
uurth i\i chains to point of couunenceuieiit
7. Commencing at s post planted 40 chains
cast of FosierCreek and abuut JJ miles north;
cost irom i olumbia river and markud "(ius K.
Hedstrom's K. iv. corner poit/' the iht eait 160
(■hams, nurih -tu chain*, wesi liiu cbuliis, suuth
lu clmins to point ol coinmeuceiticni.
Dated   pnllsth. niiV.
8. Couimcni-iug . t a pout planted almut'0
chains wesi of duster Creek uud about 1 mile
nortli of Columbia river and marked "i-us E
Hedstrom's S \\. corner pusl," ihence north
100 ciniins, east, lu chain*, suiuh ItK) chains,
wesl 40 chains io puiniui coiniucucemuiii
0. Commencing at a posl planted about 00
ebains west uf Fuster Creek about 1 mile nonh
oi Culumbia river mid marked *"Uu*»jS llui-
strom's a, K. corner post," theuce nurih ltu
chains, we-il lu chains, south lliu chains, cast 4u
cnains to point ul i*u]i)iiu-nccuii'..t.
Daled A| -rll&itli. 1U07.
li). Commencing ut a imst planlcd at N, K.
corner ol T. l, 7817 and marked " us b. lied-
strum's , !■-. corner post," ihence wesl 100
eliuiiis north tu chains, east imi cualns, south
4U ebains iu poinl ul' commencement.
Dated Apr.Ulst. 19u7.
li Coiumeiiclug at a post planed nt the
muutlioi eusl fmk -.:! Seulviu river and warned "uus i'. HeUsirom's V h, curuer pust,"
tnence south nic chuius, west4U cbnins, uor.n
it'U chains, east 4u niuius io point oi emu-
meneement
12 Comiii'-ncing al a post plauted at the
mouth ul eust tui k of Seulviu river and marked
•UusK. Heusirum's N.W. coruer pest," hence
south liiu chains, east 4U chain-, nortn ibU
chains, west 40 cnalua to point ol commence-'
meut.
Iti. Commencing at apost planted about 1
mile up Uie east tork of ,-eulvm river aud
marked (ius t Hedstrum's ,VV. curuer posi,'
tbenee suiuh 80 chains, esst Su chains, uurth
80 cliains, wesl uu chaius to poiut uf commencement.
14, Cuinmenclug at a post planted 1 mile up
eust fork ui Suulvin river and marked -litis h
Hedstrum's % W, corner posl," ihence uorlh
au (hums, east go euains, suuib su cluius,
west 8u chuius m puint uf conitnuncemeui.
I'i. Commeueiug ut a post plumed about2
miles up lhe east lurk of Seulviu riverand
marked "Gns hi. Hedstr m'sS.W. comer post,"
ibeuce eusl 100 chuius, uurth 4U chuius, west 100
chains, smith 40 chaius tu poiut of commencement.
IB. Commeueiug at a post pluuted about 2
miles up eust furk of Seulviu river and marked
'(iusE. Hedstroms N.W, corner post," thence
eaat 100 chuius, south 4u chaius, west 100 chuius,
uurth40 chuius to point uf commencement.
17. Cummeuciug ut a imst planted about 40
chains up the uurih fork of Seulviu river uud
markod *'Gus E. Hedstrom's S.W. coruer post,''
thence eusl 8U cnains, uurth 80 ehuins, west 80
chuius, suuth i>0 chains tu puint of commeucemeut.
Dated April 'ilm, 1W7.
18. Commencing ut a post plauted ubout 5
..lies up tbe nurth fork uf Seulviu river and
marked "Ous E. Hedsirum'sS.E. eurner pust,'
tbeuce uurth ltW chains, west 40 chains, suuth
100 chaius, east 40 chuius to puiut of commeucemeut.
19. Cummeuciug at a post plauted ubout o
miles up the uortb fork uf Seulviu riverand
__.„rked "Uus E. Hedstrum's S.W.curuer post,"
theuce eust 80 chaius. north 80 chaius. west 80
chains, south 80 chains to puiut uf cummencement.
20. Commencing at u pust plauted about 0
miles up the norib fork uf Seulviu river und
_._rked "Uus E. Hedstrum's S. W. corner post,"
tbenee eust 80 chains, uurth 80 chains, west 80
chaius, soutb 80 chains tu point of cummeucement.
21. Cummeuciug at a post pluuted about i
miles up the nortb fork uf Suelviu river und
marked "Gus E. Hedstrum's S W. coruer post,"
tbeuce east 8Uchnins, uurth 80 chaius, west 80
chuius, suuth 80 chains to poiut uf commencement.
i'l. Commencing at a post plauted nboutti
miles up the north fork of Seulviu river una
marked "Uus E. Hedstrum's S.W. curuer post,"
theuce east 80 chains, nurth 80 chains, west 80
chaius, suuth 80 chaius to puiut uf cummencement.
Dated April 24th, 190".
23. Commeueiug in a pust planted at S W.
curuer uf T. L. 7810 aud marked "Uus E. Hedstrum's N. Vi, corner posi," them-e suuth Ml
chains, east 80cha;os, uorth 80 chains, west 80
chains to pointof cummeucement.
24. Commencing ut u post plunted at S, \V
c* mer post uf T L. 7810 uud marked "Gus E.
Hedstrum's N.E. curuer pust.' iheuce south
Hi) chaius, west 80 chains, uortli 80 chains, onst
80 chains to poiut of commencement.
'i'i. Cummencing ut a post planted about 15
ehuins up nurth furk of Seulviu river aud
murked "Gus E. Hedstrom's S.E. coruer post,"
thouce uorth 100 chains, west 40 chains, south
100 chains, east 40 chains to point of commencement.
Dated April Mtu, 1901.
20. Commeueiug at a post plnnted about ?i
of a mile east of Windy river and about U mile
south uf Columbia river and murked "Gus E.
Hedstrom's N, E, coruer post," ihence south 80
ohnins, west 80 chaius, north 80 chains, oust 80
chains to point of commencement.
27, Commencing at a post planted about li
of a mile oust uf Windy river and about Ig mile
south of Columbia river and marked "Gus E.
Hedttrom's N, \V. curuer post " theuce suuth 60
chains, east 80 clmins, north 80 chaius, west 80
chains to puiut of commeucemeut.
Dated April 27th, 1907
28. Cummencing at a post plauted at S, E
coruer uf T.L. 7847and marked "Gus E Hedstrom's N.E, corner post," theuco suulh 80
chuius, west 80 chaius, uurth 80 chains, east SO
ehaiiis to point of commencement.
Dated April 28th, 1907.
sat my 4 GUS E. HEDSTHOM.
fn
limited iu
uUsirict:
i lit-f.i
Wost Km
IjiiiiIs and   W-H* fitrn  si...ml I
nud carry awni
ri.-nurllH hinds i
I'pper Arrow l,nk
I. ' "nun.-neing nt a post planted uiilhe
nurih sldo of Leim C'cck, ahull' I uiu*.' I ■ *. fnnn
lhe niun h, marked "K N. HullorkV liiiljnl
print." theiici* su'ttb Id i Imins, l lipiiuo east Ml
clmins Ihencu norh .Sn-haiii*, iliunou wcwlS
Chains,   Ihenee  s.uiti  pt oliillllh li   pbico  0'"
comineuoomctit
2 roioniciiiing ai a post planted40ohains
from the suuth side of Leon Crook and aboul
:p-i mil-afrom the mouth, innrkeil "E, N, Hal*
Mirk's north-wesi corner posi," thence snutli gu
chains, tlience east 8ti clmins. tbeuce north 8n
.-hains, thence west 80ch.ii|p to place of cum-
nienceincnt,
ti. Commoncing al u post planted on the cant
••ideof the west lork of Leon Cc'ek ami about.
1 miles from the Kurk, marked "E. N. H.illock's
north-west corner post,"thonce suuth 80 chains,
lhence i'u«t 80 chains thence north 80 clmins,
ibenco wesl 80 chains iu place of cumniencement.
4. Commencing at a post phnted aboul 6
chains cast ol tho south-wesl corner of Llmlt.1
on lhc west Fork uf Lion Creek, mnrked "E.
N. Jlullock'ri noilb-west comer posl," thence
south 80 chains, thonce cast 8n chains, lhcnco
norlh 80 chains, t hence west fiO chains to plaoo
of commencement,
.5. Co i.mencing nt a post planted about
chains cnsl of the soulh-wesl cornerof Limil.
No.l. marked "K, N. Hallock's north-west coiner post," thence south 8(1 chains, thence caul
89 clmins. thenco nortli so chains, theuce west,
80 chains to pluce of commencement,
0. Commencing at a post panted on tbo
sou'h side uf Leon ('reck and about nine miles
frum the inoulli, where said creok empties into
ihe Arrow Lake, uiarked "K. N. Halloe'f's
north- west corner post, ihcncosoutb 4u chnius,
lhcnco casi liki chains, thence north V< chains,
Ihence west Ifl'l chains to place of commence*
ment.
Dai.-d April 23rd, 1007.
wed mv 1 K. N   HALi/K'K
NOTICE
Notice i> hereby given thai ti" days nfter date
I intend to apply tu llie 1'hicft' miuhslonor nf
a ds and Works for a special licence to ■ ul
and enrry away timber from the billowing
described lauds situated In Wesl Kooteuay
district:
Commonclng at a' post planted on the eust
bank ol bung Creek and une mile north of
Downie Creek, and marked *(K. McHciin's south
west curuer post," thenee north 160chains,
ihence ensl 40 '-haius, thenco south bin chains,
thence wesi tu chains to iho puiui «i cum
meneement *
Duted this Oth dav o April, 1907
saupai E. M(*B£\N,
LAND NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that flu daya nfter date I
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lauds and Mortal fnr permission tu purchase tlu
following described lauds in the U'.st Kuotenav
District:
Commencing at a pnst planted at the east bank
of the Columbia Rivvr,|ahout'thu head of 12-Mile
Kittle and marked *'K. lt. D's north-nest enrner*'
theuce east 2U chains, thence suuui 80 chains,
thence west 2p chains to lhc < olumbia Hi ver,
thence in a nurtherlv direction following the
meandering* of the Coin -tbia Kiver .Ml cluinstu
puint of commencement, containing abiiiit I tin
acres.
Dated Marcli 23nl,A.D., 1007.
wed ap 10 F. B. DC1TUN.
Uiiulsnml Work-, for  itspuolnlHimiHnn-	
iit.d curry nwny timbor from tbo hill«\vinude-
s-iriburi lnnds In dislricl, of Wost KiiutoiHiy:
i. I'omnn'indtigHl n hum plunled nlm tl nue
i.hie (ruin lho in ii'h ol Mi'Di'iiai-i Creek, '.no
niarki'd "l- K Evans' N W runier p—i,"
tijciipo sonth wi chains, oaat HO eliains. mti ih
■") 'hains, wesi su ehains to pointol cum*
iiioncemciil.
•2 Commonolng nt a post plnnted ah nit one
mile (rum the mouth u! Mel'nimbl Creek, uud
narked 'A. E. Evans'8, W eurner posl"
C] ence north 8U chnius. cast Wl chains, south
■10 ehalus, west 80 chains to poinl ul coin-
na e ncemeiit.
B, Commencing nt a post planted nttlie
iiuuih of iloDonald Creek; and marked "A K.
v.ans' S, li. corner pusl," theuce nnrth 80
■liains, west 80 chains, south 80 chains, east Hi)
attains to pointof omniencement.
•I. Commencing at a post planted at the
month of McDonald (ireok, and marked "A E.
15'vaiis' N.W, comer posi," thence south80
ehnins, oast80 chains rib 80 chains, \\osi80
uh ains to j oint of cumin uecmeiil
ii. Commencing at a post planled nt llie
mouth of Silver Tip Creek, nnd marked "A. K.
Evhiin' S. E. comer pust," tlienee north su
chains, west Wi ebains south 8U chuius, east 80
'•tiniii- iu point of commencement.
ii. Commeuelng at a pust planted at the
month of silver Tip creek, and marked "V. K,
r.vaus' S.E corner pust." thence south su
obalus, west tin ehui ns, north tin chains, cast 80
cnains to pnint of commencement
1 onr'cncing at fl posl planted on the
west f.irk of Duncan River, between ncDouald
and Porouplno Creeks, and marked "A.E,
Evans' N w. ourusr pust," theuce suuth 80
Ohains, east80chains, nnnh 80chains, westHti
c bams tu pulnl ol cointueiiucuietit,
Uuieil April mn. ll.Ki7.
A. E. EVANS. -
S. Commencing at s post planted on ihe
ic i inrk fif Duncan Hlver, between McDonald
ml Porcupine Creeks and, marked "W, K,
■liilvle's N, E. comer post." theuce smith 80
Imins, west Wl chains, norlh Wl ehalus, cast 80
halns to point of commencement.
'.i. Commeneing al a post planted atthe
inoulli of Porcupine Creek, and marked "W,
I •', Ogilvie'sH.E,corner imst," thence nurih mi
r -hains, west 80 chains, suuth HU chains, easl 8U
Chains to point ol cumuli ii'-emcnt,
in. commencing at npnst plan lut al the
r'noiith tif Porcupine Creek, and marked "M*.
K. Ogilvie's N. ii. cumer post," tbeuce soutb 80
u hai ns, west 80 chains, nortli 80 chains, cast 8ii
ehalus to point of commenceineut.
11. Commoncing at a post planted at the
mouth of Porcupine Creok and marked "\V F.
Ogilvie's Sontli Wost Corner Post," thonco
nurth 80 chains, oast SOlchuins, south 80 chains
west 80 clmins to point of comiiioncunnut.
12, Cummencing at a post plauted one milo
from Porcupine Creok and marked "W. F.
Ogilvie's South West Cornor Post," tlience
north 80chains,east80'hains, south 80chains,
west 8(1 chains to point uf commenoement.
Duted April Oth. 1907.
sap 13. W. F. OGILV1E.
NOTICE
NOTICE
I, Tlm*. Watson, acting as agent for J. \V:.tsoi u,
intend sixly days after date to apply to tt ie
Hoiiuriblu the Chief Coiumiisionerof 1-audsai id
Wurks fur permission to purchase the folio.vh >g
described lands, situated on Upper Arrow Lata a
and more particularly described as follows;
Commencing at a pnst planted at the 8, E. roi '•
ner uf Timber Limit 7.^, from ihence south 1.0
chains, frmn thence west ioo chains, frmn thence
north io ohains, from thonce oast luu chains tp
puint of commencement, (Galena Bav distriet.)
Dated April 20th, 1907.
T. WATSON,
wed my 1 Agent for,1  Wutson, i
IoticeT
Not Ice Is hereby given that Oil days after da. *e
1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner i uf
Lands and Wurks fur permission lu purchase
the following described lands in West Kuotuno y
districl:
Situated in Galena Bay, commencing at. u
post planted on the east shore of Upper Arr-o w
Lake close to Galena poinl, and niarked "B.
Simpson's soulh-east cornor posl," thence wc-H
lOchains, thence north 80 chains, thencootw*
40 chains more or less to lake shore, thencw
along lake shore to point of commencement,
Dated April 12th. 1907.
satap 13 KALPH SIMPSON.
Notice is hereby given that til days after date I
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner uf
Unds and Worka fur permission to purchase tie
1 following described lands in West Kooti nay district:
Commencing at a pnst planted about one mile
eastnf Lot 7Ulfl, mi shore nf N.E. Ann of Arrow
bakes, thence south 80 chains, east SU chains,
irth Ho chains, w -st so ehains to point of commencement.   CouUiiiing 810 acres.
Dated March Ulh, ml.
wed meh 18 H. MoitlUS.
LAND NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 00 days after date I
Intuiul to apply in thu Chief Commissioner of
Lauds and Works for permission to purchase the
foil wing ileserllieil lands, siiuate in West Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted abuut H) clmins
simdi from the soulh-wesl corner uf Lot No. 0145
and marked *M, E. Johnson's soulh-east corner
post," thence north 80 chains, thetice wes. till
ehalus, theuce smith 80 chains, theuce cast M)
chains to puint of commencement. Containing
Uio acres.
Dated lltli March, 11*07,
wed inch Iti J, E. JOHNSON,
E.W.B. PAGET
Express,
Draying
Storage
All Kinds of Lighl and Heavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES, PIANOS, ETC.
Denier in Wood, Coal and Feed.
.Phone 71. Houie Phone 7
WAH CHUNG
Hai a good itoek of Oroceriea and
i flno aetortinont ol .l..|.,.iii.«n China.
Agent lor ltavelitoko Farming
Company, grnwurn ol nil kinds of
Farm Produw, Hay and Wood.
i   I
Front Street.
TELEPHONE 26,
Evans & Woodrow
MEAT MARKET
Dealer.. In Heel, Tork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fill, and Game In
Seaiou. Onion promptly attended to,
FirstSt. Revelstoke
NOTICE
Notico Is heroby given that60 days aftor date
III tend toapply to the Hon. Chief Commix*
sioner of Lands nnd Works for permission to
pnrcliaso tho following described lands:
Situated nbout two mllea north of tho mouth
of McDonald Crook, on the cast shore of Upper
Arrow Lake, joining T. L. 0.916 on tho south-
wesl cornor; running east 10 chains, south lo
chains, west III chains, nurth 10 chains to place
uf cuiumuncement,
Dated March fth, 1007.
sat inch 0 THOMAS WKIGHT,
NOTICE
NOTICE
Nutlet" Is hereby given thatW day.alter ilntw
I inlend to aj.|ily to -.lie i hlel(,'.....iulaslouer of
Un.l. nnd .lurks (or leniiis-.i,.. in ,.i.r.-l.asi-
lhe IoIIoivIiib described laud. In .Nurlh-i-Mt
Kootenny district:
1, Commencing nl . post marked •«*..I.
Otto's nor.h-enst corner," plnuled ou ilie columbin Kiver, about Ull) chains up..ream Iron.
Kinbasket Lake, thence .vest111..chains, theuce
south 4» chains, thence easl itin clmins. theuce
north .0 chains to point of commencement.
Uated Aprfl "tfi. mo;,
2. Cummeuciug nt a post mnrked "IV. J.
otto's suuih-ivesi curuer," planled on middle
Kiver, aboul 8U chains (rum lhe muulli, thencu
uorlh HU chains, Ihenco easl «. chains,
.hence south 80 chains, lhcnco ivesl 8.) chains
lo p int ul commencement.
I ..ncd April Oth, 11107.
snt np 27 W. J. OTTO
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that !<0 days from date
11ntend tu applv to the Honourable the Chief
Commissioner ul' amis and Wurks fur a special
license to cut and carry an in tlm ber Irum the
followliiK described Unds situated In West
Kooleuay district;
1, Commencing at a poll planted al N. W.
coruer of T L, !<.vv. and marked "M. Hedstrum's
H Vi, corner {mat, theuce east 160 chains, nurlb
lil chains, west liki chains, south 4U chains to
point of commeniemcnl.
i, CommeiiciiiK at a post planled at N. VV,
coruer of T.L, Dtffl and marked "M, Hedstrom's
s. E. corner post." thence west 160 chains,
north 40 chains, east 160 chaius, south 4U
chains to point uf commencement,
Dated April Mtb, 1007.
■at my 4 M, HEDSTROM.
NOTICE
Nolice li hereby given Ihal30day. ulier.lalc
I Intend to apply to the III.m.ri.nl.- Ihe chlel
Commissioner ol Lands aDd Works lor special
Inm.hi- lo cut and carry away timbor Irom the
following described lauds, sftut.ed In District
ol Weit Koutcnu', B, C.
Commencing nt a dob. planted on tho south
side ol Ilownlc Creek and nbout threo miles
above Cnnyon Creek, marked "11. MoConiioll's
-inil h-wc-. corner po.." thenco 80 chnlns norlli
thenco cast ill chnlns, thenco south III clialns,
thence cast .0 chains, llienco south 80 elinlns,
ihence west .0 chains, thenco north lo clmins,
thenoe west 10 chains lo poinl of com...ci.ee,
menu
Uated April 18th, 1907.
satap27 11. MdJONNKLU
Notice I. hereby give, lli.t»ilay. alter,Iat. I
Intend to npply In llie Honor.. 1.1.', lhe Cbiel JO....-
missioner of Lnmls and Works Inr pcrn.l.slnn lo
purchase tl... following .le.i.rll.e.1 lan.l., situated
on l'ji|ii.r Arrow Lake nml described as follow.:
Commencing nl n poll planlcd le chnlns
n.irt It of lhe .....lh.cn.. Conner of Lo. um, an.l
market "J K, McLean's s W, corner poit,"
thr..co....HI. lo cl.nl..., tlienrc en*, in chain*,
ihccc south .0 chains, thencu we.l 80 chains
to place ul cummoncement, cunt.lnlng nm
acre..
Haled April lll.h, IIM7,
wed ap 17 J. K. McLKAN.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given i '.«i ftu daya after dale
I Intend losiiply tothe Chief Commissioner ol
Lands and VI jm fr-r a special license to cut
and carry away timber Irom tbe following
i1e<-crlbe<t lauds in West Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted at T. J. PMnon'l
S, K> cumer, dated April 13lh, IA", marked "Jchn
Miililoun'n N, E. corner post," ihence smith 100
cltalns, tlienrc went 64 cnains, thence nurth lou
chains, ihence fast M chains to point of commencement.
Dnted April 13th, 1BU7,
wed mj 1 JOHN MILDOON,
NOTICE
Notice Is heroby given thnl 3d .liiys ufler dnti
I intend lo npply to tl.o Chief Commissioner of
Lnnds and works Ior a special liconso to cut
and enrry nwny timber Irom tin following described lands situated In tho Lillooel, District,
B.C.:
13 Commonclng nt a post planted on tho
west side of small stream running south and
tributary In tho north fork of Noith Barrloro
Lako and about four miles ..orth from the
forks, marked "A. McConnell's N. W. corner
Limit No. 13, Fisher Creek Block, running HKI
chains south, 40 chains easl, IfKl chains north,
10 chains wost to placo of commencement
11, Commencing at a post plnnted on tho
west side of small stream running south un.l
trlbulnry to north fork ol Norl I. Barrloro Lako
and about four miles norlh from forks, marked
"A. McConnell's S. W. corner Limit No. 11,
Fisher Crook Block " running llio chains north,
lOchains caat, W ohains south, 10 chaius west
to place of cill.u.Ufl.ccInc..t.
IJato.1 March fflrd, 1IKI7.
15.  Commencing at a post planted ...... mile
south Irom crook runnings. \V. from head of
Fishor Crook nnd about three miles south-woat
from lake al head of Fisher Orook, mnrkod "A.
McConnoll's s, W. corner limit Mo. 16, Klsl.or
Croek Block," running 160 chains north, lo
chains oast, I... chains soulh, 10 ohains wost to
place of commencemeni.
10 Commencing al a po. I. planted ono miln
south from orook running H.W from head of
Fishor Creok, and about II miles S. VV. from
lako at head nf Fishor Creek, niarked "A. Mo-
Connell's 8. JC. corner Limit No. 10, Fisher
crock lllock,r....i.lng llio chains north,10 ehaiiiH
wust, 1110chains soutli, .0 chains oast to placo of
commencement.
17. Commencing at a post planU'd un the
north side of small stream miming S.W. fro...
head of Fishor Creok anil about 31 ...lies S. W.
from Luke at hc.ul of Fisher Creek.marked "A.
MoCouncH's N. I-, corner Limit Mo. 17, Fishor
Creok Hlock,' running 11. chains south, IDI
chains west, 10 chains north, inn clialns east tu
place of comincncoinoiit,
Uatod March 27th, 11107.
wed.pM A. McCONNELL,
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that thirty daya aflor
date we Intend tu apply to tho Hun. Chlof
Commissioner of Lands nud Works fur licenso
to cut ami carry uway timbor from tbe follow*
Ing described lands Iu tho District of West
Kootenay in the Proviuco or liritish Columbia,
about U mile south of Salmon Creek:
CommeiiciiiK at a post plnuted nl Thomas
Pearson's B, K, corner post and marked "Dow
man Lumber Compuny s N. K, oorner," thenoe
south lOchains, thenoe west 120chains, thonco
north SO chains, thenee cast 10 chains, llionce
soulb 40 chains, Ihence enst 80 chains to point
of commencement.
Dated April 21th, 1007.
natap27      Bowman LUMMCltOo., LTD,
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thnl 00 days after dnte I
Intend to apply to the Hon, Chief Coinmlsslonor
uf Lands and Works for ticriiilHslmi to purchase
the lollowing described lands in West liootenuy
D strict:
Commencing al a post planted on thu eastern
hank of thu Columbia lliver about one-fourth of a
mile lielow Priest llapids anil maikcd "P. H, W.'h
Houtn-cust cornur," tlionco north iu chains, thence
weal 41) chains, thonco soulh 40 chains to tho hank
of thu Columbia Itiver. thence In a south-easterly
direction following the mentnlcrlngs of the Co).
iimbl.i Kiver tu point nf commencement, contain*
Im-nlmul Ifld acres.
Dated March 80lh, A.D., 1007.
wed ac 10 1*. li- WELLH,
LAM) NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that 60 daya after date I
intend tu apuly to ihe Chief Coiumlssioiier of
Landsaud Works for permission to purchase the
following described hinds, situate hi West Kooteuay District;
Commencing at a post planted one chain east of
the N W, corner of Lot Ino, Crimp 1, ami marked
"A, Johnson's S. W. corner pust,' thenco east 80
chaius, thence north 8U chains, thence west 8U
chains, tlience snutli W chains to the puint of
commencement, Containing 640 acres.
Dated Pith March, UH)7.
wed inch 18 A. JOHNSON.
Notice is hereby given that 6U days after date 1
intend to apply to the t'hlef -..oiuiuisatoner of
Lands and Works fur permission to purchase the
fnllim-iiii*; described lands, situate in West Route-
iy district:
Commencing at a post planted ut thu north-east
coruor uf A. Johnson's application and markod
"\V. J. Fraser's S. K. corner past." thenee north 80
lhaius, thence west 8U eliuiiis, theuce smith UU
•haius, tlienco oust 8U chains to thu puiut of com
ineiiceiuent.  Containing ato acies.
Dated 12th March, mil.
wed moh 18 W..T. PRASKft.
LAND NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 00 dnys after dit« 1
intend to apply tu the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works (nr permission to purchaie the
following described land* in West Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted nt the smith-west
cornerof Lut 2111, east side of Upper Arrow bake
thence east h0 chains, sunt.i lu chains, west80
chains, nurth 40 chains to puiir nf < uimuiiceuient.
Containing 320 acres mure or leu.-,
Dated March 18th, 1907.
wed inch 13 H. C. MOItlilS.
NOTICK LS HEREBY HIVES that the
Municipal Cuuucil of the Corporatiuu of th
City of Revelstoke intends to undertake the
■"umd motion of main nnd common sewers on
llie streets and lanes throughout the City, a;
■how mi the plan of the City Eimiueor herein-
ufter mantloned, and to assess the expense or
cost thereof upon tho laud or real property
ubuttiug on such streets and lanes to be benefited thereby und that a stutemout shuwing the
land or real property liable to pay the assessment iherefore and tho names and owners
thereof, so far aa they can bo ascertained, together with the reports and plana of Thos, H.
Tracey, City Engineer, and tho proposed assessment mid the report thereon of the City Clerk
urn now on tlio in the ollieo of the City Clerk
and open for inspection of all persons during
ollP'o hours.
The estimated cost of the wr.rk Is $99511.75,
Any objection to tho proposed assessment uud
undertaking shall be made by peiitiuu to the
Council within fiftooii.days from thedutehereof,
the persons entitled to petition beitiK tho
owners of the binds all'ocleii therobr.
Dated this llrsl dny of Muy, A. D., 1907.
HENRY FLOYD,
City Clerk.
NOTICE
Nutlee Is hereby given Hint UU dayi after date I
intend to apply tu the Hon. the chief Coramis-
sioner of Lands and Works fur permission to purchase the following described lands  in West
Kootenay dhtriet:
Commencing at a pnst planted on llio west ihore
of l"|»ji ■ r Arrow Lake uu the north Bldu ut the
Lime Kiln post, marked "T. II, McKllu's s K.
corner," running weat iu chains, north 40 chains,
cast -to chains, s mtli 40 chains to point of commencement.
Dated March 20th, 1907-
sutap 0 T. II. McKIM.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that (Ml days after date I
iuieml to apply to lhe Hun. lhe Chief Commissioner of Lamls and Wmks fm* permission io purchase the following described lauds in West
Ku.'teuuy district:
Commencing at a pust planted at the north-west
corner of lhe Lime Kiln Lot. running west-id
chains, thenee suuth lu chains, thence easl lo
chains, thence north 40 chaius to place uf commencement.
Duted March 21th, 11HI7.
Hal ape       'I'll OM A S SKIKNKR3C0TT,
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thai 00 days afler dale
I intend to make applieatiun tothe Hon. Chief
Com mission e r of Lnnds and Work- for permission io purchase tlio lollowing described lauds
situated in West Knolminj* district, on the west
shore of Upper Arow Lake opposite Nakusp,
B, C.
Commonolng at A pust marked "H. Nelson's
nui'lheast corner," Ihence west 40 chaius,
Iheuce south 80 clmins, thence oaat 10 chains
more or less io lake shore, thence north 80
chains following lake shure to point of oorn-
mencenient, containing 320 acres more ur less.
Dated this 2nd day of April, 1007.
wit apt) HAltDlNO NELSON.
NOTICE
Nurice is hereby given that 00 days nfter date
I intend lo make application to thc Hun. Chief
Commlsslonor of Lands and Works for permission lo purchase tlm following described lands
iliialed in West Kooicnay district:
Commencing at a post planlcd on the west
shore of Uppor Arrow Lake opposite Nakusp,
B. c„ and marked "F- Wilson's south-cast
corner," thence west 40 chains, thence uorth 40
chains, thence east 10 chains more or less to
lake shore, thence south 4ti chains following
lake shure lo puint uf commencement.
Dated this 2nd dayof April, 1007.
FltANK WILSON,
sal up i; Harding Nelson, Agent,
NOTICE
Sixty days alter dale I Intend to apply to the
Honorable thc Chief Commissioner ul Lauds
and Works fur permission to purchase the tul-
liming described lauds, situated aboul three-
qtiartersof a mile up Mosquito Creek, Upper
Arrow Luke un tbe east side, juininu *K. ,*v .*-
Block No, 870 un ihesuutli-east corner running
nurth 80 chains, theuce easi40 chains, soutn su
chaius, west 4U chains to point ul commencement.
Dated March 22nd, 1907.
saiapG THOMAS POX DKUBNT,
LAND NOTICK.
--Notice Is hereby given lhat 60 ihys after d de I
Intend tn apply lo the Chief Commissioner oi
Lands aud Works fur permission to purobaae the
following described lands in West Kootenay distriet:
Commencing at a pnsl plunted at the \ E.
corner of Lot.7i4U, on N. IS, Arm of Anow Lukes,
theuce soutli 8U chains, east So chains, nurth -
clialns, west 8U chains tn point of couiiueiiceiuem
Containing 040 acres.
Dated March Utli, 1907.
wod meh 18 D. McpHADDKN.
LAND NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that Oil d.iys after date I
Inteud to apply tn tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works fur put'inisAInn tu purchase lhe
following described laiuls In West Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted about mm milu
south frum the H. E. comer of Lot8ll, on slmre uf
Upper arrow Lake, Ihenco west 80 ehains, smith
HU clmins, east 80 chains, north Hn < halns tu poinl
of commencement. Containing 040 acres.
Dated March 12th, 1007.
wed met) )!* L, A. M. MOHKIS.
NOTICE.
Notico Is hereby glveu that 00 days frum dale
I Inteud lo apply lo the Honourable the ci.ni
Commissioner of Lauds and Works for permission to purchase tho following described
lands, situated ut (Jaleua Hay, In West Kootenay district!
Commencing ut u post marked "W, It. Hold's
south-east corner post," and planted III chains
south from thu north-west corner of Check's
I.ui7ui:i, tbcut'i! west 2u clialns, thunce north
IU chains, Ihenee ciiNt jo chains, thence soulh
in chains to pulut ol cemmeucemuiil, und containing Mi acres mure or less.
Duted March land, 1007,
setup vu W, It. KKI I),
LAND NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given thai UU duys after date I
Intend to upply to the Chief Cuuimissiuiiur of
Lauds ami Works for permission to purchasu the
following described lands lu West Kontuiiay district:
Couunoncliig at a pust plantod at tho soulh-wesl
corner of LnLIMfti. on thu east shore of Cpper
Arrow Lakes, tlience smith 8U chains, llionce oast
40 chains, tlienee nnrth 80 chains, thence west 40
chains to thu point uf commencement, Containing
'Wo ncres more or loss,
Dated March llth, 1907.
wed meh III L KAK
LAND NOTICK,
Notice is hereby given that Oil days nfter date I
Intond to apply lo the Chief C< mmlssloiiorof
Lands mid Works fur periiilsslnu to purchase lho
following described hinds, siliuilo In Wesl Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted at tho north-cast
cumer of J, K. Johnson's application ami tmirkud
"A Mel'liuddou'ssmitheastcorner post,"thence
north 80 chuius, tliouce west 80 clialns, tlience
Huiil.li wu chains, llienco eusl 80 chains to poinl uf
cuiuiufliicoinont.  Containing OlUucres,
Duted llth Mnrch, 1IHI7.
wod inch 18 A.'McPAaDDEN.
LAND NOTICK.
Nut lee Is hereby given that BU days ufter dale I
Intend to apply to the Chief Commissionerof
Lands and Works fur permission to purchase the
following described hinds In West Kootenuy district;
Commencing at a pust planted on west shore of
Upper Arrow Lake, ut Shelter Buy, ut the smith-
eust corner of Lot HI I, tlienco following thu southern boundary nf Lot 811 west HO chnlns, Ihence
south Hil chuliiH, east HOuhahis, north HU cbulus to
puint of coununncoiuont.   Containing U10 ncres.
Dated March 12th, 1907.
wed meh IU D, M. HAK.
Notice is hereby given that ;w days after dute 1
intend to upply to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Wuras fur a speciul licence to cut and
carry away timber from the following described
laii.l- in West Kootemiyi
Commencing al a post planted at the northwest cornel* ol the C. P. It. Block No 373, near
muulli uf Mosquito Creek, and runniug 4o
chains west, thence 100 chains souih, thence 4U
. hains tast, thence lift chains north to place of
commciicciueiil
Dated 7lh April, 1007.
sutap 18 R1CHAHD MAXWELL.
~rLAND~NOlTcir~
NOTICK is heroby given that UU duys after date
I inlend to apply to the Hun. tbe Chief
Commissioner nf Lands and Wurks fur permission
to purchase the following desciibed lands in West
Kooteuay District:
Commencing at a post phnted about twu miles
east, of Lot 7040 onshore of N.K. Arm of Arm*
Lake, thence south HU chuius. est 80 chains, nortli
KJ chains, west 80 elm in- tu point uf commencement.
Dated March lltli 19U7.
wed inch IB A. Moitltis
NOTICE.
Niihi'ls hereby given thut 3U days after dale
1 .m< nd l>< npply lu thu Hon. the Chief Com
itilsMiinoi' o. Lauds and Works fur a special
pcruiiNsioii tu .-UL und carry away timber from
tile foil jwuig land, situate in East Kootenay
district:
1. Commencing nl a post marked "Swan
Curlson's suulh  c.*>t corner puM,-," planted on
H- -011111 side of Columbia river, running
i, i I. tHI chains, tlience easi 80 chains, thenee
sum   On chains, thence went 8« chains to puint
Of COilio    lo'i'lllUllt.
2, Cumin neing ut a post marked "Swan
Carlson's ami,,i .vcsl corner posi,"pliitiii*.i about
I'i miles from suuth Lank of the tulmnbia river
mi.1 itin.ui I miles abovo Cedar Crcea, thence
HU chain.- iioilli, theuce Michnins east, thenee
80 chuinsHotii.h, ihence 8o chains west to puiut
of comnionoomont.
It. Commencing ul a post marked "Swan
Cnrliuii'n northeast curuer | ust," planted about
2 miles suulh of the Culumbia river aud nboul
2 miles cast of Cedar Creek, tlience souih 100
chuius, i licinx west 10 chains, thencu nurih 10U
chains, thuuee cast lOchains to point uf com-
tni-nccmont,
I. Commencing at a post marked "Swan
Carlsons northwest eurner pusl," planted on
tho northeast curuer uf Swan cartoon's limit
Nu, 3, Ihencu soulh 100 chains, theuce eusl lu
chains, ihencu nurih ID" ohains, thenee west iu
chains tu the pulut uf cuiiimeiicciiient.
,'). Commencing nl a poit marked "Swan
Carlsons uni-lheu*l eurner purl," plunu-d about
uuu half nub- eimluf Swan Curl-uii's limit Nu, I
Llionoo lOUtll HKI chnius, Ihencu W0»t Pi chains,
thonoo north 100 ohains, thonce eut iu onaJni
to point of oommoncement,
0, i niniiii'iiiiiig ut a post marked "Swan
Carlsons uorth well corner post," planted on
the nuribciinl curuer uf Swan Carlton's limit
Nu, ft, thonoo south A) chains, thODOO OOlt *-"
Ohains, Ihencu north Ml chain*-., theme we-ten
chains to puiui uf cumnicucciiicnt,
7. Commencing al a post inarked ''Swan
Cartoonh -oiithcasi cunier po-l," planted on
the northwest curuer uf Swan Cartoon's limit
Nu 0, tlmiii i* wi-i Mi chains, thence north ni
uhuiiih, Ihencu cast HO chains, llunccsouth80
chaius tu puint of comincnceiiient.
H, Cuminoiiclng at a pust marked "Swan
Carlson's northeast curuer pust" planted on
tho suuth buuk uf the Columbia river aboul
thrcofuiirlliHof a mile nhovo Cedar Creek,
Ihencu south UK)chains, ihence wont ("chillis,
Ihencu norib llio chains, thenceoa*l 40 chains
lo point of commencement
II, Commencing at a post marked "Hwan
Cartoon's northwest corner po-t." plunted on
Uiu suuth bunk uf the Columbia river, joining
Hwan Carlsun's limit Nu. 8, thencu suuth Ilu
ohains, thence eust 40 ehuins, thenco north lift
ohains, thu west Hi chains lu pulnl uf cum-
mencemunU
iu. Commencing at u post marked ' swan
Carlson s northeast comer post,'1 planted atomt t
miles soutli of the Columbia river ami lu u uouth-
erly direction from Cedar Creek, Ihunri- west llio
eliuiiis, tlienco soulh 40 chains, thence east lift
chains, thonco norlh io chains tu pulnl nf inm.
meneement.
April let b, ID07.
sut may I SWAN CARLSON,
Uhiof I'liiiMii's-ii.iii'i* uf Lands ai'i
Wm ks for it >|H'tiiii licence to cut n< il
rair, nway Iituber from the followiDi-;
'Ic-iiilifd lnnds, situate in We''
Ivmiii-iiiiy district:
i. Commencing at a posl 30 chain****,
more or less, south of the south-wesl corner ol lhe south-east quarter of Section
.'4, Township 20, Range 1. west of ibe
Sixth Meridian, thence east 40 ehains
more or less to the intersection of the west
line of Lot 811, tbenee south along said
west line of said Lot 160 chains, thenee
west 40 chalnSj tbenee north 160 chains to
point of commencement.
2. Commencing at an iron post planled
on the south-wesl corner ot Section 24,
Township jo, Range i, wesl of lhe Sixth
Meridian, said post being situated on the
south line of lhe Railway Bell in the Province of British Columbia; (hence soulb 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
nonh 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to
the point of commencement.
3. Commencing at a post planted 80
chains west ot an iron post on the southwest corner of Section 24, Township 20,
Range 1, west oi the Sixth Meridian,
tlience soutli 80 cbdins, ihence west 80
chains, tlience north 80 chains, tbenee
east 80 chains lo the point of commencemeni.
4. Commencingat a post planted 160
chains west and 80 chains south of the
SOUlh-west corner ol Seclion 24, Township 20, Range 1, west of the Sixth Meridian, thence south 80 chains, thence wesl
80 chains, tlience north Sochains, thence
east 80 chains to the point of commencement.
5. Commencing at a post planted 80
chains wesl and 80 chains south of the
south-west coruer of Section 24, Township 20, Range 1, west of tbe Sixth Meridian, tlience south 80 chains, ihence wesl
Sochains, ihence north 80 chains, ihence
east 80 chains to the point ol commencement,
6. Commencing al a post planted 80
chains south oi the south-west corner of
Section 24, Townfhip 20, Range 1, west
of the Sixth Meridian, thence south 80
chains, tlience wesl 80 chains, tbenee
north 80 chains, thence easl 80 chains to
ihe point ol commencement.
7. Commencing at a wooden post
planled on the south-west corner of the
south-east quarter of Section 24, marked
% in Township 20, Range 1, west of the
Sixth Meridian, ihence south 160 chains,
ihence west 40 chains, thence north 160
chains, thence east 40 chains to the point
ofconimencemenl, |^j
8. Commencing at a post planted 160
chains south oi the south-west corner of
Section 24, Township 20, Range i, west
of the Sixth Meridian, ihence soulh 80
:bains, thence west 80 chains, ihence
lorth 80 chains, thenee east 80 chains to
the point of commencement.
9. Commencing at a post planted 160
chains south of the south-west corner of
Section 24, Township 20, Range 1, west
of the Sixth Meridian, thence east 40
chains, thence soutb 30 chains more or
less, tlience easl 40 chains more or less lo
the intersection of Lot 811, thence south
cliains, tlience west 80 chains, theuce
nortb 80 chains to point of commencement,
10. Commencing at a post planted 160
hains  south  and 80 chains west oi the
south-west corner of Section 24, Township
20, Range 1, west of lhe Sixth Meridian,
thence soutli 80 chains, ihence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, ihence
east 80 chains to the point of commencement.
Dated this glh April, 1907.
sat ap20      D.J. McDonald, Locator.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days after date
I iuteud to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Landsaud Works for a special liceucetoout
aud carry away timber from the following described lauds in the district of West Kouteuay.
1. Cummencing at u [tost planted uu tho
uorth-easi bran n of Dowuie Creek, about 5
miles lielow the Tangier Miue aud marked "O,
Sand berg's north-west coruer post,'' thence
ua-i SO cliains, tueuci sonth 80 chaius, theuce
west 80 chains, theuce uorth bu chains to point
of commeucemeut.
2. Commencing at a po-t planted about 20
chains uorth of the north-west curuer uf No. 1
Limit, on tbe uorth-east branch uf Dowuie
Creek, aud marked "O. Saudberg's suuth-west
coruer post," tbeuce north HO chains.thence
east M) chaius, theuce south Ho chains, tbeuce
west ftOcbaius to pointof commeucemeut.
3. Cummeuciug at a pust planted on northeast hraueb uf Duwuie Creek, at the nurth-east
oorner of No, 1 Limit, aud marked "O. Sand-
berg s south-west coruer post," thence north 80
chains, theuco east ta chains, thence suuth 80
chains, theuco wost 8u ehuins to puiut uf commencement.
4. Cummencing at a post planted uu uurth •
oasl branch uf Duwuie (reek abuut :Wchaius
from suuth-east eurner of No. 3 Limit and
marked "O, Sandborg's west post,"
theuce uorth 80 chains, east 4tJ chain?, suuth 160
chains, wesl lu chaius, north 80 chaius to point
of commeucemeut.
5. Commencing at a post plantod ou the
uorth-east branch of Downie Creek, alwut 120
chains east of No, 4 Limit aud marked "O.
Saudberg's south-west corner post," theuce
north tw chains, theuco oast 80 chaiua, tbeuce
south 80 chaius. tbeuce we.-t HO chains to poiut
ofcomineiiceineiit.
Locatou 2ath March, 1907,
fi
NOTICE.
OTICK IS HKHKHY GIVEN thai thirty
. days after dale I intend to applv to the
lof Commissioner of Unds uud Works for a
special liconso lo cui and carry nway timber
from the following described lands In lhe
Dlsurlct of West Kootenny:
Commencing al a post plantcil al lhe south-
easl corner posl of Timb-u* Limit No. 744.V
marked "J.D Kennedy's north-easl corner post"
thenco suulh HO ehuins, thence west ni chains,
thoncu north 80 chains, Ihence cant Ml chains lo
point nf cuiiiini'ii'-i'iu'iii.
Dated Mnreli 2olh. 1007.
wed ap 10        J, D. KENNEDY, Locator
sat .ip.'.i
O. BANDBKBQ, Locator.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days aftor date
I iuteud toapply to the Chief Commissionerof
Lands and \Wksfur a ipeclal licence toon
and carry uway timber frum lho following de-
icrlbed lauds in dlstrictof West Kuuteiiay:
1. Commenolng at a post planted uu the
uorth-east branch of Dowuie Creek, aboul 81*
miles bolow tho Tangier Mine, nnd marked "j.
P. KSnnedli south-west corner pust," a.id
about 900 feot nortli of said creok, running
uorlh 40 chaius. ihouco oast 40 chums, Ihenco
iiuritr.it ebains, thenoe last SO chains, thenoe
sutub WJehami, tbeuce west Dl chaius Ui point
of com inoncemeut
i Commencing at a post planted atomt not)
feet frum Dowmu Croek ou the east side and
about half 11 mile souih-wod of thn nouth-east*
srlycorner ol No. I Limit, and murked "J. P.
hennody's iiurih-ou>t corner post," iheuce
south Wchains, west80 chains, uorth 80 chains,
oast an chains lo   oiut of commeiicomont.
3, loiuiuuiiciug m a |sisi planted atthe
south-east Corner of No. 2 Limit-and marked
'J P. Koimod) s uorth-east cornor post," rUfl'
mug '■oiitb so chains, tbeuce west R) chuius,
tbonco uortb »i ebains, thouco oast tft chaius to
I-.,j.1 of coiuiiieiicomeiit.
Located ntn Maroh, tici,
Mtlptt        J. P. KENNEDY, Locator.
NOTICE
Ni.U.-b ... Iii-n-liy jiTun that pj dinillttlUI*!
Inland to »|.|il) fo Ma Uon, ut tibial Commit-
iionat ..I Unit....... Works fur partoltilon in pur
cllfuu Ul. lullimliu, tlawrilml lliniln, «it...ltol ol.
UpHI An..* Lama, ....I in.irt. piirtiifiilnrly .1*.-
-'  I ft.,*I   ...  I.  II.M, -
I'l'lnluencin,; nl III,- aoutb>WMt enrner .if Lnt
UU,   tllunrt. i-fi.l  »l   i-liaim,,   tliiflu-e   .f.iltlj  tjl)
cbalni, Ibanct »«.l ... .bore nf uk,., Ibanca I..I-
lowln| mttndarlngj -.1 «aid Uko nortl, lo point ol
comrasnetmant. Containing ino acrai umru or
laat.
......-I March 27.1., 1HW.
E. REYNOLDS,
•ill I. I" Per <l.riuinn..r, Agonl.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that K days after date I
intend tn apply to the Chief Cummfssioner uf
Landi and Works fnr a special licence to cut and
carry away timlier from the following descrilied
lands, iltnato in West KuuU-nay district:
1. commeuelng at a iiust planted ou the
nonh Uuk of .Mira lllli Creek, running 40
chains north, HU ebains eul, 80 chains south,
hu chains iH-ti, tbeuce 4J chains north to plaoe
uf cummenceuieut.
Dated April 14th, IW7,
■I commencing at a pust planted 10 chaius
soutb frum lhe south-west eurner ul Lol7£i4,
running esst hu chains, thence suuth 60 chaius,
iheuce west tft chains, thence nurth HO chaini
to place of commencement.
Dated April luth, 1VU7,
sat sp 'A
CB^K, 77K»     iTlS'l'I^IIVV'll'TN   c'Pal whprc P'*isl"ll!**s tm he liciuie.1
viuti   iiijaii'iu*vuiii'.aml llt t0 work [or,mitimii„ne|lt
HUBUSHKD WBDNK8D.VS ASH SATUlt'
HAY AT
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and Canada.
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public interest. C'omniunica'..ons to Mi-
tor must lie accompanied bi name cn
■vriter, not nece.-sar.lv (o publication, hut
a- evidence of good faith. Correspondence
should be brief.
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icen.siK-rline each .Ubteoupnt '"- **•" "
Mea-«;-.-.,.-..-.- Sonparlel |B«n.- mnke o . •
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nouncemi-i.t* 8-1.-.. per Inch per
l'rt-f..rred iH.-nio.i-.  2o   per   cei..
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Barristers, Solicitous, EtcJ
O T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Cha*. Mi.-Rr.n-.       Hakoi.h Kishek
TilIanTeiXiott.
0
Barristers, Solicitors, Kt.-.
BEVBLifrOKKIlUDTROiriLAKB H.C.
K. (ill.Ui.
t. C. Ki.i.n.n.
LI
ARVEY, McC^TEEinkhaM)
BAKRISrfc-HS, BflLIClTOBS, KTl*.
ices:  Im'Ekiai.  Ba.sk Hlock, llBVW.-
■ stoke, B.C.
Money to loan.
Offices: Kevelstoke, H. (..; Lit.
Uko. 5. McCtKTEK,
A. SI. l'lNKUAM,
Revelsloke, B. c.
ibrnok. II, C.
j. a. Harvey,
(th. rook U.
J. M. Bcott I.L.I.
nCOTT  AND
W. I. Hrigg,
IJLUll     ..Ml-.    IIHH'I'M*
IJ ,.
Bahbisterb, Solicitous, mc.
Munkv t.i Loan
solicitors l-'1"1 mol80n8 bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
■till, at tlie sinie time, some definite
arrangement would Imve to Le arrived
at as to who sh- uld sustain the .....in-
t .inence and keepol prisoners and pny
thc BtafT in charge, etc. By combin
ing (orcoa the exjieiispa generally
would he considerably lessened .mil ..
*'ur inure adequate and snital.le build
ing erect d True a combine dues nut
always assume, and there is a que lion
t> tu whether the government would
agree to accept the direction of such a
concern as thi., knowing that they
had not gut a free hand. Attain un
the 'mh. r hnnd the expense of t'.e
undertaking would be lightened on
both parties, and ihe result ivuld be
Satisfactory fro... a husiness point of
view. Hi cause Nelson nud other oitiei
have a gaol ot their own, thero is no
reason why Rovelstoko should continually he put n. the expense ol trans
porting her pris mors to Kan.loop",
paying for their keep and giving that
city the benefit ol llieir Inbor.
Revels!, kc, as holding a central nnd
important position in the interior,
den...nils more consideration and when
Mr. Fulton visits this city next week,
it is hoped that this question will be
put lo bin. plainly nnd in a clear
manner, showing bare tacts and
tlgu.es.
however it is pn.posed to do just as
much work as p s ible with tl.e n.onty
available, il l.eii g coiisid'Til lh...
everything in the i ower ol the ad
ministration liou'il be done l..r ine
purpose o! facilitating tie settlement
uf 'be country.
Ye t fi-day one one ol the members
ihe executive co"neil affirmed thnt the
poiicy ot the government was ...survey as much ol lhc agricultural sections ol British Columhin as practicable, in ..rile." to encourage settlement
The amount of money vol ed, lion over,
would not he a "drop in the bucket"
in carrying out such a general .c ..'ine.
Just in much ns could be done witii
thc Hnunces at hand would be undertaken.
.1
AS. A. MiFARLANE
ASsAVEK i CHEMIST
Aisajs ol sii ores.  Samples by mail or express
receive pr..n.p'. flueittion.
Term. Moderate.
aooresi     -     -    -     BOX'32 KASto. B. 0.
II
(JBKRT SMITH
Provincial Lund Surveyor,
Mine Buiveylng
Engineering
McKenzie Ayente.
Box 11*5, Revelstoke.
pDWARD A HAGGEN"
MINING ENGINEER
(Member American Institute of
Mining Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstoke. 11. t*.
Mine Management, Examinations
and Reports.
Repoiis compiled, Plans and Blue
Prints of Land, Timber Limits, Mines,
Mill* and Buildings prepared in shape
for submission to piospecliveinvesluis
or purchasers, 	
£be flfcaiUlbevalb
-1 woul . . . earnestly a vise theni (or
their good to order this paper to bc punctually
served up, and to be looted upon ns a part of
the tea equipage."—ADPBOK,	
WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 191)7
THE   EVERLASTING TOPIC.
With th.- approach ot summer, there
arc revived the usual  heated discussions in different sections ot the city
as to lhe Lest nnd most effective ways
and means of  eliminating  tlie dust
nuisance.    Hut years have come and
gone  and   still   the dust is as had as
ever, und no steps hnve been taken to
remedy  Ihe evil,  Ior an evil it is in
every sense of  thu  word.     The city
council have discussed, only this week
the feasibility ut street sprinkling, but
have come to the conclusion that the
scl.enn is impracticable, the lay ot the
town nnd the condition ot  the  roads
being ..gainst it.    Be that as it may,
the dust nuisance is especially detrimental to the business section of the
town and even  if sprinkling  is  not
feasible nnd necessary near the stores
the  merchants  have a grievance if
nothing is done this year; and although
we are well aware thnt the roads are
nut in  tlie condition for  effective
sprinkling, seeing that they arc not
.nude or built up ol crushed rock nnd
gravel und that wholesale sprinkling
would entail  a  Iar greater expense
than the result attained would  warrant, still we would  most certainly
advocate   that   sprinkling  be  done
rotiud tlie business sectiuu of the city
where the dust nuisance is felt  most.
We are glad to Bee that the merchants
have got together and have arranged
to sprinkl,- McKenzie Ave, trom the
City Hull to the railway orossingevery
day and  it  is certainly the duty ol
the city council to sanciiun this most
necessary  Btep,  in  the supplying of
liise and water free for this purpose.
Local Rovelstoko
Socialist Party of Canada
Mei-ts Firsl ami '1'hlr.l Wednesday In ll.e month
In Selkirk Iiiiii, upstairs, at 8 p.m. Subject for
ilim-iis*ii.ii ."Trades Unionism v. Socialism." All
Interested are welcoinu.
C. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
Meet, Si'iftnitl uml i'lint-th Wednesdays in
i-i..-I. ........I., in Si-iliirk Ilnll.  Visiting Wood-
in.,., c.ii-diiilly iuvil.-il l" iitli-inl.
w. li. ARMSTRONG,Con.Com.
II. w. EDWARDS, clerk.
REVELSTOKE. AERIE No. 432.
F. 0. E.
Tbo rociilnr niooliiiKs uro hold ... lliu SelUrk
Hull ovory Tuesday evonluu at Rn'chic. Visit-
ine lirothroi. are cordially invited.
H. A. BROWN, 1'nusiDBST.
W. K. McLAUCHLIN, S.-:.T.l!T,t.lv.
Koottnnv LodKB No. 15 A.F.A A.M.
,»,    -, ' The regular moot-
"Vv   . ingsare held l.l th.
. ..  -' ':   Masonic     Temnle.
' 1.1.1 Follows Hall.o.
Uk- third Monday ii
--nch iiiniiili  at  i
p.m. Vtslttngbreth*
cordially  wel
m ;A/P.m
- /,<,..' ren
"*■   JM=-   0011.
C. A. fltUOUNIKR, SBOKBTAUV.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO 12. 1.0. O. F.
Meets every Thursday
evening in Kolklrll
Hall at 5* o'clock.
Visiting brethren col-
dinlly Invited to attend
I.AI.'dllLIN, N.U.       J. MA1IIIK, Sue
Cold Range lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
Meets eveky webnesdat,
ox-f.pi Third Wednesday...
each ....mlh. In tlie Oddfellows'
Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
Knights ure i-ordlnlly nvited.
J. A. LESLIE, CC.
G. H. BROCK, K. of R. & S.
H. A. IIHOWN. ill. of
H, W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Deer llend**-, Animals. Hints, Fish, Ktc,
MOUNTED
Animal Hii^s Mounted,
R 0. Box 81,
gtlldio:  Corner of First St. nml Boyle Ave.
Ilevelstoke. 11. C.
Furniture I
FOR MUTUAL ADVANTAGE.
We have at last been able to get
wme tangible information regarding
the intentions of the Provincial Government as to the construction cf a
gsol in this city. The question hut
been belore the public now tor a long
time, apparently without any movement being made in any detinue direction, and the longer the matter hung
lire the more restless lias public etnti-
ment grown, until the events ol a week
ortoag. brought matters to a ncad.
The disgrace'ol and inadequate state
ol the gaol in Revelstoke has been
well kn.-wn to the government, ami
they have, we take it, had it in mind
to rectify mutters in this direction,
only that  Ihey have not taken anv
ttcps to do whal tbey knew must bc
dune r .mr ur later The Hoard ol
Trade we are glad to see. realising thai
towelling Ibould be done, waited uu
T. Taylor, M. 1'. P., thi' week, an.l
were informed that tl.e g. ven.mei.t
had decided to build a lockup lhii mm-
meronthe c..urt house grounds lor|0l ,
the mm of *?2,'.U0. This is intended
lor provincial prisoner! only and will,of
necessity, be of limited dimensions,
For tome considerable time p.st Unci ty
Headquarters
for  .  .   .
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS.
John E. Wood's Furniture Stoie
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for nil clnwsoslof buildiugs
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All kinds of building and plustoriux
iitiilortiikoii.
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
STORAGE I!
Furniture, Pianos, or Merchan-
dise,stored in dry-well-built ware-
In. list' iii convenient location.
E. A.  HAQQEN,
Ileal Estateand tnsurance Agent
Revelatoke, B.C.
To Trappers
The Provincial Government will !Raw Purs Bough*
Undertake More Work this' 0ash Pnces PaiG
Summer than Ever Before,
WILL SURVEY
PUBLIC LANDS
More surveying ui public lands will
be done by theProvinci.il Government
this summer than has been attempted
in any single year heretofore. At tl.e
recent session of the legislature aliout
|S(l,l)iJO was voted lur that purpose and
there is no doubt that it, and perhaps
more, will be required to carry out the
plans outlined,
Just what procedure will he followed
by the authorities lias not yet been
decided. None oi tl.e parlies which il.
is pr posed to put in the Held has lelt,
although it .s understood ih.it J. ll
Gray, who .lid such goml work
throughout the Bulkley Valley ...
1906, will leave for the nortb with a
|.-w ini-l. in tin- near luture. Hitherto
Mr. Gray bus adopted the method ol
engaging '.he n.f.j..r.ly ol those who
form bis parly, alter reaching his
destination, In that way he obtains
those who are familiar with thc country and, on that account, is ah1., to
satisfactory results than
would otherwise be the Cf.se It is
expected that he will do tbe same on
this occasion.
The Other day the survey.ir-gi.neral
made the staten ent that not au acre
.- , nicil have ulTered lo put up a ..I surveyed land could be procured in
.,.„. equal to that which thc govern-, that locality at the present time. This
1 ,  „    • ..,.„ it   aeceple.l   ..a un  indication Ol lhe
ment bu now put up and conjointly KmUJ ti[ bandung tho agricultural
build a jail which can be called and 8eo,|on8 0| the province, ai Iir as pos-
used as a jail.   No definite answer sible opened up,us it thon Units..
has ever been nceivid to this proposi-1 much   readier  marki-t.     The policy
.•,.i-      i, ..,„ vr .r„..|,,.i will l.e piirsiied .... ii larger scale here-
t.o.i until this week, when Mr. Taylor I ^ ^ ^ ^^ li(.(m ,,,„,-,,.,,
intormed the board ot trade that the Mr ,1,.,,^ it j, understood, will he
Provincial police authorities disfavor..I deputed to continue the work which
the scheme very strongly. If the gov i he has bo satislsotorily started in thc
eminent build this jail (or themselves northern districts ol llni.-h Columbia.
""""- ' . , ,       How many parties will be pul, n.
it will bc up to the city to  go and Ho i       fl(,|(,  ,jy  lho prov|nojR| gOVOrn.
likewise.' Thus the matter should be ni(mt j, not known. That there will
dealt with as a business proposition, be at lea.t one or two is taken lor
and cons discussed belore (granted.    With the cost ot living us
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
■JT. MclNTYRE & SON
Full line oi Groceries and Dairy
Produce, Men's Supplies, Etc.
Fresh stock always arr.ving at
lowest prices.
FIRST STREET,
Q-000000000 OOO CKH> OOO oww^v
Hook Weill Feel Well!
Y Do v.... enjoy thnl well ihesseil feeling? We nil know what
Q il feels like'to l.e hot,).. I,- (.old, i.|. tu lie tiled, nnd it is
A jusl ius i.-ue 11...I »-.- nil know whal il feels like to be well
Y diessed. ll feels guud, Hnd It's good lo feel good, Vou ran
0 never 1... well lliessi-d if you. clothes nre not made by the
A right maker.
(\ Gel (..know we handle lhe HKMI-llKADY GARMENTS
nnd you will lin.l what a pleasure and satisfaction il is to be
well dressed,
Suits and Overcoats -SIS, $18, and S20.
Blue and Black Suits, the best made, S20, & $25
Right Overcoats, up-to-date - Prices: $18 and $20
Special Trousers $5 and $6.
Tailoring is our business.   We make n man look well
and be knows it.
..Cressman  and Morrison..
>ooooooooooooooooooooooooo
THE MOLSONS BANK
IiiciriMirnted hy Act rl Riilimnent, IS!),-),
HEAD OFFICE, • MONTREAL.
Wm. M..i,s..n MAOPUKliSON, Pies. S. II. Uw'INO, Vi.-..-1'.o*.
Jamks Elli.it, General Malinger,
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two brunches in Omul., and  Agencies in nil pints of lhe
I'ni'ld.
liilei'i'st cii'ilileil foui'titiirs ..  vi-ni al  .•...■..■-.I   rules .... Savings
li.iuk di -posits, until luiibei- notice,
W. H, PRATT, Manager,        -        Rkvelbtokiu, 15. C.
WELL,   HOW  ABOUT   IT?
Maiiy are selecting their ranches now, and, lor a small deposit,
arc having them reserved until they cm. arrange payment, thereby
getting nil lhe advantage ot curly purchasing and st the same lime
accommodating their finances. Our property is a seller, and when
Inlying il ymi fail to see us you may nut buy to your best advantage.
BURTON CITY
FRUIT LANDS
FIVE AND TEN ACRE LOTS
$100 PER AORE
E. A. HAGGEN, AGENT, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
House Cleaning Time
brings to the eye of the careful
housekeeper the blemishes of tlie
enrpets under her supervision. When,
necessary to make renewals in carpets t
rugs, mattings and oilcloths, visi
HOWSON'S and Fee their well se-
lected stock before buying. You'll
find it a time and money saver. Our
Spring display beats anything we
ever offered.
Howson & Company
IIU I IVb
Notien i-i hereby trtven tlm' l-aidnys ufl
I iuii'ini liiti|i]ily in th»('iiii<f r.,inini-si
Unds nml \v..rkK for anpi*Ui'iliiwm«itoeit
ami mi it nwny tlmlmr frum lit ■ Colin wt nil dr-1
miribcd lands HiLuatu in Wust Kuolont-y ills
trlct:
1   <,iniiiiii;iu*inp at n post planted ou lhe Hvst
lunik nf a latgQ i-n't'k ahnnt IJ iail"!i smitli nf IHl'-
iiiiiiii Ii Cri'tik. fiiilmviin: tin* Creek and alwut 6v*j
mllea from Cnliiiiiliiii Rivernnd luhticed1'!!!. Mc*
liuan'a inirtlHvtwt cnrmT," thence ifi" uliaiiw
noulli, thenee lu idiulns uiwt, tlience lflO eliftliia
ninth, thence 40 nhaliw wrsl tti point of commencement,
i (!iiiiiineiR'ini! at a pnit planted mi tlm wnnl
hunk (if ii hir^i! ereek almut 1 J, utiles smitli nf iu-
mmitli ('reek, ffoftnwlnR llie eretik and ahout ,S%
Hiiles from Oolumhla lliver ami marked "K McHean's iinrth-eaat corner," thum-i) IHO chains
south, thence 4ii chains west, tlience ItiO chains
north, thenco 4(1 chains east to point uf commencement.
'i. Commencing at a post pl-mtctl nhmii ''.*,n
yiinls wmt of a small crenk and ahout 1 mile
south of Blgmoutli Creek, and nbout 4J-)inihis
from the Columbia River ainl mnrkeil ''IC, McHean's north-went corner," tlience lull chains
•.muii, thence 4l> clmins east thunce 16(1 cliains
norlli, thence 4(1 chains wnst to" point of commencement.
4. Commencing at a post p'unted about '.'.-Mi
yattls west nf a small creek and 1 mile south of
B-g'iiouth Creel! nml (1 miles from the Columbia
Kiver, ami marked "K, Mellean's northniHtcor-
ner," tlience Hli) chains smith, theuce It) chains
west, Ihence inn chains uortli, theuce 111 chains
east to point of commencement
5. Cummencing at a post planted at the northwest comer of Location No, 4 and marked "R.
McHean's nortli oust corner," tlience Sn chnliH
smith, thencu 811 clmins west, tlieiive Michnins
north, thencu ..I) chains east to point of commencement.
Dated April 23rd, WW.
ti. Commencing ata pout planted about l mile
uorlh of Itigmoiitli Creek and 3 miles from the
Columbia lliver ami nni'k.'il "B, McH.ian's Knilth-
west comer," lheu< e Kin chains east, theuce It)
cliains nnrth, ihence nil) elinins we4, theuce 40
chains south to point of commeucemeut.
7. Commencing at a post planted l1. miles
north of lligmmitli Crclt ami ;t miles from tlm
Columbia Kiver ami mnrked "K. Mclluan'H southwest corner," llnmee IUU clialns east. Ihern'o'lf)
chains norlh, tlience iti1) clmins west, thence 40
ch iim -mtili to imitii nf commencement.
Dated April Ulh WU7
8. Cumiilimchig al iv pnst planled nt the south-
euat corner ol l<nt li, about fia chainB houUioI Hic-
mouth t'reik and niiikud "E, McBeaus north-
ensl. coiner," thencu W) chains south, tlienee Hi)
chains-vest, thenee tsn chains iiorLh, thence till
chains urn! to pnint of commencement.
fl. Commencing at a post, planted at the northwest comer of Ln* IS ami inarked "K. McHean's
south-west corner." thence ItiO chains norLh,t hence
4U chains easl. tlienco HlOchains smith, thence ll)
chain i west to point of commencement.
10, Commencingat»post planted at the nortli-
east corner nf Lot IH, and maiked "K. Mellean's
south-east, miier," thein'e lift chains north, thenc
lOchains wc-Mhcmo mil chains sonth, tlience 40
chains east to point nf I'lHiinieneeiuent.
Dated April ^-.lh 1007-
11, Commencing nt n post planted nu tlie smith
hank oi Canyon Civil* and almnt I1.*, miles from
Uiginmitli Creek and marked "K, McHean's northwest corner," thence In cliuiua smith, thence 40
chains cast, theuce -Ju chains south, thence HII
chnius east, thence 4(1 chains north, thence 40
chains ivest, tlience 40 chains imrtli,thencettf
chain. west tn point of commencement
12, Commencing at a post planted on tlm north
liank of Canyon (reek, a limit \ mile from mouth
and marked 'K. McBean's nnrLhwest corner,"
thence At) clmins south, thencu SOclinius casi,
thence H'l chains north, thenco 80 chains weat to
point of einnineiieeineiit.
IS. Commencing at a post nlantedon the caxt
bank of Higinonth Creek, nliout f> miles above
I'anyon Creok ami murked 'K, McBean's southeast corner," thence Hil chains north, thonce 80
chains west, tlience 80 chains south, tlienee sn
chains east to point of commencement,
14. CoimumioiiiK at a post planted on tlio
cast bank of Biginouth Croek, about 5 nillon
abuve Canyon Crook and marked "W, Mc-
Bonn's ho uth* wost corner,'' thenco 80 ehains
nortli, thonce 8tf ehniiis east, thonco 8(1 chains
smith, thenci.! 80 chains weat to point of commencement.
CommeiiciiiK nt
,!r; WM-t-SAYINC SOAP
That's Itoyal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver—Largest
Snap Factory west ol Winnipeg. House cleaning and
ivashii.giirecasy with itsbelp.
And the money saving is the
Premium System
lluuklet tells what we give Ior
lloval Crown Wrappers. Send
for it—Free—Also try the
Soap,
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
MONEY SAVED!!!
BY TRADING WITH US.
From 25 to SO  Per Cent
Saved ou ycur Grocery Bills.
We sell at retail at lowest wholesale
prices. Hotel and boarding house
keepers, fanners, miners and lumbermen will find it to their advantage to
investigate us.
WE  PAY THE  FREIGHT
to any railway station in British
Columbia. We only handle lirst-class
and ,mre guods. We guarantee
priuupi. delivery. Nu order too Binall,
none loo large. Write lor our price
list. IT IS l-'KKK. lle convinced
that you can save money.
NORTHWESTERN SUPPLY HOUSE
269-281 Stanl.y St., WINNIPEG, Man.
NOTICE.
Noi ire li hereby given that fid days after date I
inleml to apply to thu Hon. thu Chief Commission
or nf Laiiil*- mul Works for a special license to cut
and carry away limiiur from the following described lands in Cariboo dislrict:
1, Commoneliig at a post, marked "W, J.
l)l in's tmrih-wcst corner," planted un Canoo
Itiver. about 111 inilcH from mouth of Ptarmi-
gau Creek, thence 80 chains east, thenco 80
chains south, llienee 80 chalna west, thenco 80
cliains north to point of commencement,
Dat.'d March 20lh, 1007.
2. Commencing at a post marked "W. J.
Oito's HOttih'WiHt cornor," planlcd on I'lannl*
pin Creek nliout 4 iniles up fiom mouth, thouce
M) chains oa-il, thence Hii chuina north, ihence 80
chains wesl, thence tin clmins soulb to point of
commencement,
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
KEXT 0O0B TO
CITY  RESTAURANT
,    ,.,   . ,   ,   hinli as it is now in the west and olher
hsitily jumped at. "8        m       dln(r)y heavyW0
......     I1,..   It.   I   .     .D ..' .     . ...
and tl.e pros
..ny conclusion are
While we consider tbat Ilevelstoke >>|000 oannot be expected to carry more
ol sullicient importance to wanant the than two, or at the outside three, par-
erection ol a jail provincial and miini-l tiei throughout the summer months,
Halcyon Hot Spring j
Sanitarium.
Under ih.. new managemp.it{nf
Harm  McIhtobh,  Hoffman   Home
Rossland,
mHE MEDICAL WATERS of Hal.
1 cyon f.... tl..- .....-I curative In tbe
world. A perfect, natn.al remedy for
all N.-iviii.s and Muscular diseases,
Uver, Kidney and Stomach ailment,
a...I Metallic I'.-.*.....ng. A sure cure
fm- "'Thin Tired Feeling." S| ei lal
rates mi all boats find trains. Two
luiiils  iii.-iv.. a...I ili-p.iil  i.v...-y   ilny.
Telegra b  communication   with all
marts of .l." world.
TkiImh J12 io ijis per week. For
further particulars apply to
HARRY McINTOSH
Halcyon Hot Spring.!
Arrobo Lake. B. C
SEEDS! TREES!
PIANTS!
No Hee.ll.fS8 I'l....is; .No Pitless
Apples;   No  Cobles-  (lorn,—just old
reliable varieties at reasonable prioes,
Fertilisers, Bee Supplies, Hpr.iy Pumps
Spraying Material, Hut Flowers, eto.
oldest established nursery on the
mainland ot B.O,   Catalogue tre...
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
OflEEMHOUSER AHS IEIDH00ICI VANflOIIVFII I. If
I'.H—It your local merchants do
not handle my seeds, send direct.
Wu prepay Illty  packets,   assorted
varieties of garden seeds in 5a. papers
(tested stock), to your nearest post
ollicn lor $1.11(1, twenty packets lor 50c.,
trial collection.
Central Hotel
a*, REVELSTOKE, B. C
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,  PROPRIETORS,
hivlj   uill,    First-claMin every ret.)eet.   All modern convmimces
Large Sample Roome,
Rates $1.60 per Day. Sped I Weekly Rales.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under sume management
ORIENTAL HOTELS
suitably furnished wiih thc choicest the
market affords, Best Wines, Liquorsand
Cigars.   Rates $1 a dny,   Monthly rate,
J.   ALBERT    STOISTE     PROP.
16, Commencing nt a pout planted on tlio
cast batik of RigmouUi Creek, nbout 5 miles
above Canyon Creek and marked "K, McHoan'a
north-west corner,;' lhcnco 80 chains east,"
thenco 40 clmins south, theme20ohnlnBcaa',
thenco 10 clmiiis souih, themoSiiehnins won .
thence 10 chains north, thencu 'Hi chains west,
theuce 40 chains north to point of couimoiioe-
ment.
Dated April 27th, 1907.
16. Commencing at a post plnnted on the
north bank of Blitmmitli Creek near the mouth
uf south fork and marked "K. McBeau's north-
wtst eurner," tlienco lOi) chalna Hnuth. thonoo
41) chuina east, thenco 100 chains north, thonce
40 ehuins west to point of com menoement,
17. Commencing at a post planted nbout 16
chalna nonh of Big-mouth Creek, two mKee
below norlh fork and marked "K. McBean's
south*went curlier," ihence llio chains east,
thence 4u chains nor h, theuco 100 clmins wes',
thence hi chains sum li to pi co ut commence;
ment,
Dated April 20th, 11)07.
18. Coniniein lug at a post planted 10 chains
east of the south east corner of t. L. 11)458 and
marked " E. McHean's nunh-wc t corner,"
thence KK) chain* south, thenee -lu o'lains east,
theuce IliO chaius north, theme iilcliHlus west
to point of cmiiineoeeinciu,
Dnted bull April, l'.h'T,
19. Commencing at a post planted U mile
north of su .th-east corner ot i. L, 7648 and
inarked " 'i. Jicllean's mutheBst eorner,"
tlience 4!) chains nurth, thence 8i> chains west,
theuce 40 ehuins n.u tu, theuce Vtii chains ea-t,
ihence 80chains m in , .hence 40 ohalas west
tu point uf commencement.
ft'. Commeneing at a punt plnmed about one
mile west of lulumbia Kiver, nnd nlmul one*
Imii mile suuth uf High,•mile Creek and
marked " K. Mellean's nurih-ca-i curuer,"
thence 80 chains west, thence Suehalns south,
thenee 80 chains east, ihence 80 chains north
tu pointof cummencement,
Hated 1st Mav, 1007,
21. Commencing at a post planted at tbo
south-west corner of T. I.. 10700 and marked
"E, Mellean's soiith*caBt cordcr," thence 8U
chains west, theuce 80 chains north, theuce 80
chains cast, thence Uu eualus suuth to point uf
commencement,
22. Commencing at a post planted on the
south bank oKiordon Creek, aboul VA iniles
Irom the mouth and marked "K. McBean's
nonli-eiiBt corner," tbenee 80 chains south,
thence 80 chains west, thence 80 chains north,
thenee so ehnins oust to point ul commence*
mtnt.
23. Conimeiicinu at a post plnuted outbe
south bank of Uurdon ('reek, about 2 miles
from the mouth uud murked "K HcBean's
south-wost curuer." thence Kit) chains west,
tbeuce 40 chaius north, theueo 100 chains east,
thouco 10 ehuins suuth tu poiut uf commence*
mont.
24. Cummeuciug at a post plauted on tne
south back of Gordon ('reek, about 2^ miles
frum the muuth and mnrked "£. UcBoun's
norh-eust cornor," thonce 80 chains south,
thouce 80 ehains west, theuco 80 ehaiiis nurth,
thenco fi* chnius east to pointof commonco-
meut.
Dntod Muy 2nd, 1907.
wad my8 K. McltMAN.
3. Commencing at a poat marked "W, J.
Otto's HOitlh-wo-4 corner,   planted on Ptarml-
:an Crook, about 7 miles from mouth, thonco
0 chains east, thenco 20 chains souih, tlienco
80 chains eusl, theuce 40 chains north, thonco 80
chains west, thenco 2n chains north, thence 80
chains west, thence 10 chains south to point of
cm nm en i:en i enl.
1. Coinnieiiciiig at a post marked "W.J.
Oito's south-wost corner," planted on Ptarml-
Kan creek abuut. 0 miles from thu moui h, thonce
bin chains cast, thence 40 chains north, thonce
100 chaius wet, thenco 40 chains south to point
of commencement.
Dated March 28th. 1907.
5. Commencing at a post marked "W.J.
Otto's norlh-ea-t corner, planted on Canoo
lliver. nbout 00 miles from mouth, thence 160
chains west, thonce 40 chains south, thenco 160
chains east, thonco 40 chains north to point of •
comniencemont.
Dnted March 31st, 1007.
0. Commencing at a nost marked "W.J,
ot Ws norl It-east corner, plantod on I anoe
Hi ver about 06 miles from mouth, thonce 80
chains south, theuce 80 chains west, thenco 80
chains north, thuuee 80 chains cut-xio p.,int. of
comnioncemetit,
7. Commeneing at a nost marked "W.J.
Otto's south-east corner, planted ou Canoe
Itiver, about 05 miles from the mouth, theuce
80 chains north, thonce 80 ohains west, thence
ft1 chains south, thonce 80 chains east to point
of commencement,
8. Commencing at a post marked "W. J.
Otto's north-east corner, planted on Canoo
lliver, about 70 miles from mouth, thonce 80
chains soutli. thence 80 chains west, thence 80
chains north, thence 80 chains east to point of
commencement.
9. Commencing at a post marked "W. J,
Otto's south-east corner," planted on Canoo
Kiver, about 70 miles from its mouth, Ihenco
160 chains west, thenco 40 chains north, thenoe
Kio chains east, thunce 40 ohains south to point
of commencement,
Dated March 30th, 1907.
satap27 W. J. OTTO.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Nutlco Is hereby glvon that the co-partner*
ship heretofore subsisting between the undersigned as Barbers, und'-r the firm name of
Morgnn & Parson-, nt Kevelstoke, B. C, has
been this day dissolved by mutual consent. All
debts duo to the said partnership are to bo paid
to J. A. Morgan, formerly one of said firm, and
all partnership debts to bo paid by him, the
said J A. Morgan continuing on the business,
Hevelslokc, B. C, April 8th, 1007.
wed ap 10
J. A. MORGAN,
A. PARSONS.!
LAND NOTICE
Sixty days after date I inleml to apply to the
Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works (or porullislon to puri'liiisn the billow inn
described Ismls situated on Upper Airuw Luke
and more particularly descrihed as follows:
Cotnmeiiclnu at a pout planted about' i mile
mntli nf Hdiiui-ciiHi conier of Timber Limit7»10,
thenee iiurili 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
miuili 80 chains, wust n> chains to point«( commencement,   i'"nliiinini* mo acres more or less.
Dated May lib, 1007.
we-l may 8 1„ H, MoI.EAN,
NOTIGE.
NOTICE Is horoby given that 60 daw after
dule I intend to apply to thn Hon. the
Chief Commissioner of liands and Works for
pormission to purchase the following described
lands, situated iu West Koot uiiay, on thc west
shore of Upper Arrow Lnke:
Commeuelng at a post markod "J.C, H.'s
north-east cornor," planted at tho north-west
cornerof Uit 111, theuce west40 ohains moro
ur less to the north-oast corner of Lot 3250,
thencosouth 40 chains, theuce oust lOchains
more or less to the south-west oornor of Lot
444, thenco nurth 40 chains to point of com
uu.nccmcut.
Dated this 23rd day of Keb. 1907.
J. U HARLOW,
inch9sal By his agent 8, J, Harlow.
NOTICE
Notice Is heroby glvon that 30 daye aftor date
1 inl end to apply In tho Chlof Commissioner of
'     ■      " Wor'    " 	
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Host brands ot Wines, Liquorsand Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF  YOUNG, -        •        Proprietor
HOTEL VICTORIA
ROBT.
Under   Now   Management)
LAUGHTON,   Prop,   REVELSTOKE,
LAND NOTICE
NOTICK Is In-ruby given IhatOOdays after date
1 intoml lu apply tothe llmi. Chlel Com
unci *r "f Liimli nmi Winks for permission In
uiinliase (ho fnllnwltig described lands  In the
West Kootenay District:
Oomtnenotflg at a post planttd about WmlU
m-Mlmf southeast cunier of Timber Limit 7ul8,
thonoo north su chains, west 8o chains, suuth ni
chains, easi 8ii chains to point of eoiiiiiiencmuenl.
Coiitaiiilni, i'l" acres more or less.
Dated Muy Uh, IU07,
wod may 8 WAltltKN ANDllKWH,
NOTICK
B   C
KirBt-cliiH in;.;..i.iiniifl,iiinn
lieat liriii.dH ol Wines,
(!i«nr«.
(.ir traveller*.,
Spirits,   and
RATES   $1   AND   $150   PER   DAY
FREE   BUS  MEETS  ALL TRAINS
nth-Ms hereby given lhat sixty davs after
dnte 1 Intend tu npplv m n,>. liummiljle the
Chlel Commissioner of Lauds and Works for
l'Crmi«t*ioii "i purcha-e thejfnlliiwliig land*
situated on l-'per Arrow Lake and described
m follows:
1. Commencing Kt I post planted on Hall
W*y Ctceif. Bhoiiiuiie and a half miles from
lakt'Phor**' and msrked M K. McUan's 8 K.
curuer i<o*t." llunie west 80 chains, ihence
nofiti lOehaini, ihnii-I'nT KO clialns, thenco
sunlit Vi cftftlDl to place at cuiiiiueuoeineiil
U0QtftlnlDJ BIIO BvfU mure or less.
2. Commonclng it n poit plnnted uii Hall
Way Creek abuui three, miles Irum Ink*? shore
nml iniikeii' J K.M'17'Sn's-S K.comer oust.'
Ihenee *ac«is0 chains, thence nurth so eliains,
thencecasl 80 chains, ihence suuth *o iTiuli]*-
tn place ul eummenrement. Containing CIO
acres mure or less.
Dated May 7lh, 1907,
J, K, MlLLA.n.
Lands and Works for a special licence to out
and carry away timbor from the following
described lands slOiatu in Ynlc District:
20, Commencing at a post planted 40 chain*
north of the norlh-easl oorner of T L, 1046*1 and
marked "A, M. Hymens' s. K. comer nost," thonce
mirth 40 ehalus, thunce west 160 chains, tlience
south lo clialns, thence cast 160 chains to place of
commencement.
21, Commencing at a post planted 10 chains
ast uf tlm norl h-enst cumer of Nu. 2U, un the tiunt
bank of tlm Shuswap Hlver, and marked "A- M,
N\ ninth's, i; curuer oust, llienee north 40 chain*,
Uience west 160 chains, thenee smith 40 chains,
thencu east ltio chain* to place of commencement,
22, Commencing at a post planted 10 chains
easl ol thu noiih-eant corner of Nu, 21, on the east
hunk nt llm Hlmswap Hirer, nnd marked "A.M.
iSyimms' H.K. cornur post." theuce north 40 chains,
tlienci! west lOOchains, tlmnce south 40 chains,
thunce east 160 chains to placo of commencement,
2:i. Cummenrlng at a post planted at the northeast corner of No. 22. and marked "A. M. Hymons'
ti. K. corner post," thence north M) chain*, tlience
wust 80 chains, tlmccu south 80 chains, thencu east
80 chains to place n( cmnmuncement.
21, Commencing at a post planted at the southeast corner of No 21 and marked "A.M. Symons,
8. K. corner post," thonou north *j0 chains, thence
wesl hi chains thence south 80 chains, thence east
80 chains to phce of commencement.
Dated 2."lrd Mardi, 1007.
wed ap 10      A. M. SVMONH.
NOTIGE
Nutloe Is hereby given that 60 days after date 1
intenil t< apply to the Hum .ruble Chief Commls-
sinner of Lands and Works fnr permission to pur*
I'luise the following described lands:
Starting at a pust marked "H. N. Henderson,"
planted at the north-west corner of Lut 868 on tho
east slmre nf Upper \rrow Lake, running east 8(1
chains, nnrth 80 chains, west H) chains, thence
along the lake shore south to point of com
meneement.
Daled Full, 12th, Ilk 17.
sat inch 2 It. N. HKNDKllHON.
LAND NOTICK,
Nolice Is hereby given that 60 dajs after date I
Intend toapply to the Chief Commissionerof
Lands and Works fur permission to purchase the
fiilbmimt ib'srrilied laml* In West Knntenay dis*
trlct:
Commencing at a post planted at the south-west
corner of IM 2112, almut ^i mile, more or less,
from east shore of Upper Arrow Lake, thence
north HO chafns, west 40 chains, south 8» clialns,
eut I'i chain* tu point ol commencement, Cmi>
tiiiiiiinr ^lucres more or less.
Dated Uth March, 1907.
wed nob U 1.1. MOHftW,
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f-.r a special liimn-o lu * ui
ii li r fnnn llie following d ■
tu uui lu the   lvi-i Kuotun-y
Laud-* and *A*i'lk-
oi.it can-,*,  owm i
-cnl.-,I lands
Distiiei:
I i'dtli   I'Ui-iii.  sl a nosl  idmitcl  nu e<-l
bauk oi Kiii-'ur « ree* about;! mlle^ from the
Coin in river ami  marked "Him  K. Hoi.
strum • .s i. coriii-r |an«i," iheuce ninth iff'
chains. we*i 4u chains, iinrtli Ou chains, east
401 .min- to puiut oi commeni'ompiiI.
2. Commencing «i a mul planted on e«-t
bank ol Foster creek abuut;' mllesfromCid*
umbia river and marked "Uu*- K. Hedstrom's
S. E. eoruer post," thence wesi no eliains, nor h
Ko chains, east 80 rhalns, suulh 80 chains to
point ui commencement.
8, Commencing st a post planted mi east
bank nn Foster Creek ahout;t miles from Columbia river and marked "Uus L Hedstrom's
S IV. curuer pust," thenceeast sn eliains, nurth
60 chains, west Hi chains, suuth 80 ebains to
point ot commencemeni.
4. Commeneing at a post planted nn wesl
bank nl Foslor Creek about imiles frum Columbia uver and marked (ius i. Hedstrum's
8. W. curlier post" Uience north 80 cIihiim,
eastmieliaiiis. smith 80 chains, west 80 ehalus
to point of cummeucement,
5. Commencing al a nosl pb.iitcd on west
imnk ol Foster Creek about -l miles frum t ulii in bia river und marked '(lus Ji HeiNtrum's
A J£. corner po t," theuce north 8U clialus, west
KO chains, somh 80 chains east »o chains io
point of comineiiceineHt.
6. Cuinmeucing at a posl planted abuul to
dial in. east <.f Fuster Creek nud about 2lj miles
nurth-east fmm Culumbia river and marked
UusK Hedstrum's N *,corner posl." tlienee
east Hi'i ehui u-, miii Hi 40 chains, went ItiO chain-.
uurth 40 chains tt point uf commence incut
7. Commencing at a pout plauted 4o chains
east uf KustorCreek ami abom Jl miles norib;
east irum i olumbia river aud marked "Uus K.
Hedstrom's 8, W, eurner post," thence east lou
chains, nor Hi 4o chains west llio i-iimit**, smilli
40 chains io point ul euniuieuceiuvni.
Dated   pril hih. 1007.
8. Cuuiuiciiclng . I a post planted abuul Hi
chains west of l-usler creek and nbuui 1 mile
uortli of Columbia riverand marked "dusK
Hedstrom's is W, eurner posi," ihenee north
160 enaiiiB, easi 40 chain *, mhiiIi lliu chains,
wesi 40 chains iu puiut ul commencement
0. Commencing at s post plauted abuut 60
clialus weat ul Fuster Creek abuut 1 mile nurth
01 Culumbia river mid marked "liii--. E Hul-
Strom's tt, K. curuer post," theuce norili iiu
chains wen 41) chains, mm lb 160 chains, oast40
uiiaiu* tu pom: of ronimuucciue-t.
Dated April 2etli. l'JU7.
lo. Commencing at a post planted at N. E,
comer uf T, j.,7817and marked " usii. Hedstrom's . h. corner pust," llienee wesl 100
ehains uurth lu chains, east Inu etialns, huuiU
4o chains tu pulut of commence in enl.
Ddk'il Apr.lilsl. I!hi7.
II Cummeuciug at a post plant*d atthe
moulliui cast luik ol beulvm river hihI marked "uus i: HeUsirom's N, h, eurner pust,"
tiience south ilk' chains, weaUUchiilus, uur: ti
liiU chains, easi-lu < minis to point Ol turn*
meneement
12 Cumui"uclng at a post plauted atthe
muuth ul eat l toi k of Seulviu river and marked
'UusK, Heustrum's Ji. W, corner past," 'hence
suuth 160 chaius, east 4U ehalus nortn 160
chains, west40 cnains to pointol commence-
meut.
I'i. Commencing at a post planted about l
mile up the cast lork of eul vin river ami
marked-Qusti, Hedstrum's ,W, curuer post,'
theme smitli 80 chains, eust80 ehalus, nurth
80 chains, wesi Hi chaius to point uf commencement.
14. Commencing at a post planted 1 mile up
east fork ui Seulviu river ami marked -Uus t.
Hedstrum's -. W. corner pusl." thence nurth
60 Lhaius, east 80 enalus, suuth 80 euaius,
wust Su chaius to point uf cointmmcemeui.
15. Commeueiug ut a post plau'ed nbuut 2
miles up the eait lurk of Seulviu riverand
uiarked "Gus K. Hedstr m'sS.W. corner pust,"
thenco eust ItX) chaius, uurth 40 chuius, west 100
chaius, suuth 411 chaius tu poiut uf cummencement.
16. Commeueiug at a pu.it plauted abuut 2
miles up oust furk uf Seulviu river and mnrked
■'Gus K. Hedstrum's N.W, corner pust," theuce
euat 100 chuius, south 4u chaius, west 100 chuius,
uorth 40 chains to poiut of commeucemsut.
17. Cummeuciug at a post planted about 40
chains up the uurth furk of Seulviu riverand
marked ''Gus E. Hedstrum's S.W. curuer pust,''
thence eust 80 cnains uorlh 80 chains, west 80
chaius, suuth Hi chaius to puint uf commeucemeut.
Dated April 23rd, 1007.
18. Commencing at a post plauted about 0
miles up the uurth fork uf Suulvin river apd
marked "UusK. Hedslrom'sS.E. eurner pust,'
iheuce nurth 100 chaius, wost 40 chains, suuth
100 chaius, east 40 chaius to imiut uf cummencement.
Commeueiug at a pust plauted about
 ial li
fru ■ tl
tun. d iu Weal
li*iri.t:
dug at a post planlcd
.'mi C'cel;, .ibini' four*' i
i.rk.'ii "K N. Hallock's
smith lo ilmiiiH, ilieiiu
ilinins, .In
K Mill I'll I),
i.n Ih
■ iiiiii to cuuiits 11 pinto u*
BOURNE BROS*, - Local Agents
I Jin.!., and WH. f.
.md enrry nway iii
ib-aorllmd lands «iiu
Upper Ar uiv Uki
I.   'nu i,
nurih sideof I,
lhe  111011 h, mnrked  "K   N. Hallock's lullltil
IMtet."   II H
ci.uin-, thenc
chains, then
comiuenoeuir _
i 1 oinmen.ing at a nost planted40ohains
frum the suuth side uf Loon drunk and aboul
■I'i mil'*sfrnm the muulli, mnrked "K. N, Hal-
■ink's north-wesl corner posi," thence smith 80
i hains Ihence east 80 chains, tlienco nnrlh 80
chains, thenee wost 8(1 chilly tu place uf cum
mcncetnenl,
3. Cummencing al a pnst planted on lhe east
side of the west fork of Leon Crook and about
1 miles frum the Kurk, marked "E. N. Hillock's
north-wesi corner post," I hcuoc soulh 80 chains,
iheneeeast 80 chains thence nurih 80chains
ihence west 8(1 chains iu plucu of commencement.
4. Commencing at a pnst phnted nbnut 0
chains cast of tho 8011 Ll I-West cunier nf Limit:!
nn the west Kurk of Leon Creek, marked "E.
N. Hallock's north*woat cornor post," thonco
suuth ni chains, thencu enst 80 chains thencu
north SOohains, thonce west 80 clialns tu placo
of coiniuencument,
fi, Coinmeneing at a oust planted about II
chains east uf the south-west corner of Limit
Nn. 4, mnrked "K. N. Hulluck's north-wesl cur
uerunsi," thenco suuth 80 chaius, ihence easl
so chains thence nnrtli SO chains, lhcnco west,
80 chains tu place nf cuinineiiceinunt.
(I. Commencing nl a pust panted on the
sim1 li side of Leon Creek uud about nine miles
frum the iliiiin li, where said ereek empties loin
tlie Arrow Like, markud "K. N. Halluces
nurth* wu-nt eurner post," I heiicnsoulh 1" clmins,
ihenco east Iflo uhnins, theuco norlh 1" chains,
thenco west 10') chains lu place of commence
ment.
Dated April 23rd, 1907,
wed my I K. N. HALUH'K
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thai ho days after dnte
I intend lu apply to thfl Chief C< miulssluiierol
a'dsand Wurks fora special licence to < Ut
and carry away timber frum the lolluwiiig
described lauds situated iu West Kootenay
district:
Cummencing at a'post planted on the east
bank ol Lung Creek and one mite north uf
Duwuie Creek, aud marked "K, McHean's south
west eurner pnsl," thenee nurth IfiUciuiius,
thenee east 40 '-hains, thenee soutn 100 chains,
iheuce wesl in chains in thc point of com
meneement ,
Duted tlmOth dnv 0 April, 10o7
sniapAi K. McBE'.N.
fi.r    IlSIHIOhllllCOII-
jibi-r from tho full ■«
dislrict, of Wost Kn*
inii (nun ll.e 111 u'h ul
tinrked "\ E Kvuns
mtli 80 chains.
il Cre
eurner |n
I," !
cist sii chains, nonh j
cliains iu  poim ui emu-
LAND NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that ft'days afterdate I
Intend to apply to the Cliief Cumuiissluiior ol
Lauds and Works fur permission to purchase tin
following duscrilmd laiuls in tlm West Kootenai
District:
Commencing at a post planted at the eaBt hank
of the Columbia River .(nhout the head of 12-Milfl
Kittle ami marked 'F. lt. D's north-west corner*'
thenee east 20 chains, thence soutn 80 chains,
thence west -Jn chains to lhe 1 olumbia Itiver,
ihencu in a northerly directiun following Urn
meanilerings of the Colli tibia River Hi clnjusto
puint of commencement, containing about 160
acres.
Dated March 28rd,A.D„ 1007.
wedaplO F. K. BUTTON.
fll    Imins,  west mi
lueiiccinclil.
'i Commenolng at u post plnuled ub ml unc
mile frum the muuth ul Mcliunald Creek, and
narked 'A. E. Evans1 8, W corner posl"
I'l ence north 81) ehuins. east 80 chains, suulh
-.0 chains, west SO chains tu pulut ul coin-
men cement.
8, imnineiicing nt a post planted atthe
uouth of ..leiiuiifiid Creek, and marked'-A )■;.
v-zans' 8, L. eurner pusl." thence nurlb 80
"bains, west 80 chains, smith 80 chnlns, east 80
'-.tisins to pninl of unimeucement.
4. Commencing at a poit plantod at lhe
•nnnth nf MeDunald Creek, and inarked "A K.
K'vaih' N.W, enrner post," thenee south ho
.lhaius, east80 chains tmrth 80 chains, west80
•ili Hins tu j uint ni etini in nue mont
H, Commoneliig st a pnsl planted at thc
mouth ot.Silver Tip Creek, and marked "A, K.
Evans' 8. U. enrner post," thence nnrth 80
chains, wesi K0 chains south 80 chains, east 80
ehuin- to pnint of oumiiieiiecment,
0. Commencing at a post planted at tho
mmith of silver Tip (reek, and marked " \. K,
f.vans' V. F. oornor pust." thence smith hu
(-haius, west80 ohains, north 811 chains, east ho
cuains to pulut uf emnnieiiceinciil
7 'onr"onoing al a post planted on the
west furk uf Duncan Kiver, between UcDounld
and Porouplno Creeks, and marked "A. K,
Evans' N W, cornsr pnsl," theuce south 80
chains, easi HO ehains, north 80 chains, west bo
chains to point uf commencement.
Dated April IHU, 1007.
A. E. KVANH. «
s Commencing at >■ post planted un the
we 1 mrkuf Duncan Itiver. botwoon MoDonald
(und I'ureiiplne Creeks and, marked "W, K.
U'gllvle'sN, K. enrner post," thouce south 811
i'-loiins west SO chains, nnrtli ho chains, east ho
'i'liains tn pulnl uf eouimcticotncnt.
' 0. Commonolng at a |nist planted atthe
1 uouth of Porcupine Creek, aud uiarked "W,
I*'. Ugilvie's H. K. eurner post," thence north 8li
chains, west 80 chains, smith 80 chains, easl 80
i'liains in point uf coniiii'neement,
10. Commenolng at a post planted at the
mouth of Porcupine Greek, and marked "W,
K. Ogilvie's N. ti. enrner post," th-mec south 80
'chains, wosl80 chains, uorlh 811 chains, east 81)
chains to puint uf commencement,
11. I'ummoncing at a pust planted at tho
mouth of Porcupine Creek and marked "W F.
Ogilvie's South Wost ((irnflr Post." thnnco
uurth 80 ehnins, oasl HOlchaius, snulli 80 chaius
wost 80 chuius to pointof commencement.
12. Commencing nt a poat plauted one milo
frum Porcupine Creok and marked "W. F.
Ogilvie's Suuth Wost Cornor Pnst," thence
nurth 80 chains, oastHO <■ hains, suuth 80chains,
wust 80 cliains tu puiut uf commencement,
Datud April Oth. 1007.
sap 13. W. P. OGILV1E.
NOTICE
NOTICE
I, Tl.o.. Walton, acting .is ageni fot.l. VV.tno ...
i.ilt-iiil sixty days afler date to aj.ply to tf-ie
II..1...r.l.l.: the Chief Commissioner of l.n.l(l.* ui ul
Works for permission tn purchase the l.illo.,ii .«
described laiuls. situated on Upper Arrow Lut f
and more particularly described as follows:
Uom.nc.cinB at apost planted at tl.e S. K. i-o. '•
ner of Timber Limit IfiS'l, from tliy.i.-e south 1 u
cliains, [ru... thence ..est lot) .-hains, from tlienc.
norlh 11. cnains, from tlience east lull chains ti
point ul commencement.  (Oalena Hay dlstr.it.)
Haled April ml.,.'.«.;.
T. WATSON,
wed my 1 Ase..ttnr.l Watson.,-
place;your orders with '
S. McMAHON, - FIRST STREET
For Agrlcultnral Imi.leme.its. Carriages, Wagons'l Etc., John
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miles up tbe uurth fork uf Seulviu rivor and
marked "Uus E. Hedstrom's S.W. coruer post,"
thencu eust 80 chains, nurih 80chains, wust 80
chains, suuth 80 chains to puiut uf cummencement.
i\). Commencing at a post pluuted ubuut 6
miles uu the nurih furk uf Seulviu riverand
markea "Gus E. Hedstrum's S. W. coruer pust,"
thouce east 80 chaius, uurth 80 chaius, west 80
chains, suuth 80 ehuins tu poiut of commencement.
'21. Cummeuciug at a pust plauted about 7
miles up the nurth fork uf Suelviu mer aud
inarked "Uus E. Hedstrum's S W, curuer post,"
theuce east SOchaius, uorth 80 chaius, west 80
chains, suuth 80 chains to puiui uf commeucemeut.
22. Commencing at a post plauted nbuut 8
miles up the north furk uf Seulviu river ana
marked "Gus E, Hedstrom's S.W. corner pust,"
theuce east 80 chains, north 80 chaius, west 80
chaius, suuth 80 chaius to puiut of commence*
ment.
Dated April 24th, 1907.
2*1. Coouneucing ai a post planted at S W,
coruer uf 'X'. L- 7810 aud marked "Gus E. Hod-
strum's N.W. curuer pust," theme suuth 80
chnius, east 80 churns, uorth 80 chaius, west 80
chuius tu pointof cum meucemeut.
24. Cummencing ut u pust plauted atS. \V.
c< mer pust uf T L. 7810 aud markud "Gus E.
Hedstrum's N.E. coruor post." theuce suuth
80chaius,weat80 chaius, uorth 80 chains, oast
80 chaius to poiut of commeucemeut.
-.1. Cummencing at a post planted abuut IS
chuius up north fork of Seulviu river aud
marked "Gus K. Hedstrom's S.E. curuer post,"
tbeuce uorth 100 chains, w,est40 chains, south
160 chains, east 40 chains to point uf commencement.
Dated April 2-Hh, 1907.
26. Cummeuciug at a post planted about U
of a mile east uf Windy river aud ubuut'.-, mile
south uf Columbia rivor and marked "Uus E.
Hedstrom's N. E, curuer post," thence south 60
ohnins, west 80 chaius, nurth 80 chains, east 80
chains to point of commoncement.
Commencing at a post planted about ii
of a mile east of Wiudy river and about \ mile
south of Columbia river aud marked "Gus E,
Hoditrom's N, W. curuer post" theuce south 80
chains, east 80 chains, north 80 chuius, wost 80
chaius to poiut of commencement.
Dated April 27th, 1907
28. Cummencing at a post plauted at S. E
coruer of T.L. 7347aud marked "Gus E Hedstrom's N.E. eurner pust," thenco soulh 80
ehuins, west 80 clialus, north 60 chains, east 10
chaius to ixiiut of commencement.
Dated April 28th, 1007.
sat my 4 GUS E, HEDSTROM.
NOTIGE.
Notice is hereby given thai, Gn days after dare
1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner..if
Ijincs and Works for permission lo purehm -e
the following described hinds in Host Koolens y
district:
Situated in Oalena Buy, commencing al. a
post planto. on the east shore of Upper Arro w
Lake cIpBe to Galena point, and marked "Ii.
Simpson's south-east cornor posl," tlience west
10 chains, thonco north 8U chains, thonco oa*c
1(1 chains moro or loss io lake shore, thenc*
along lake shore to point of coiniiiencoinont.
Dated April 12lh. 19(17.
satap 13 KALPH SIMPSON.
Express,
Draying
Storage
All Kinds of Light and Heavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES, PIANOS, ETC.
Dealer in Wood, Coal nnd Feed.
ii*Phone 71. Home Phone 7
WAH CHUNG
Hai a good itock of Qroceriei and
a flno anortinont ol Japaneie China.
Agent lor Keveliitolto Farming
Company, growers ol all kinds ol
Farm Produuo, Hay and Wood.
Front Street.
TELEPHONE 26.
Evans & Woodrow
MEAT MARKET
Uealere in Beef, Port, Mutton,
Poultry, Fiih and Game in
Seaion, Orderi promptly attended to.
First St. Revelstoke
NOTICE
Notice is heroby given that60 days afterdate
ii.tend toapply to the Hon. Chief Commls*
sioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase tho following described lands:
Situatod nbout two miles north of tho mouth
of McDonald Creek, on the cast shore of Upper
Arrow Lake, joining T. UCOlSonthesouth*
west corner; running cast 40 chains, south 10
chains, wesl 10 chains, north 10 chnlns to place
of commencement-,
Dated March Uh, 1007.
sat inch 0 THOMAS WHIGHT,
NOTICE
Notico ls hereby given thit OP days after date I
Intend to apply tn tlm Honorable, lhu Chief Kom-
missioner of Lands and Works for pernitssmn to
purchase tho following descrilied lands, situated
on Uppor Arrow Uke anil descrilied as follows;
Commencing at a post plnnted 10 chains
north of the soulh-eiil cornier uf IM .'ww, and
marked "J. K. McLean's s W. corner wist,"
(hence uurth 40 chains, thence east 00 chains,
thence south 40 chains, lhcnco west 80 chnlns
to place uf commencement, containing ffJO
acres,
Dated April tilth, 1007.
wed ip 17 J. K. McLhAN,
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 80 davs nfter dftfw
I intend to apply to she i hlef CominteBloncr ut
Lands nml Wurks fur i ernils-imi to ('nrchnse
the following described lauds in Nurih-east
Kootenay District:
1. Commencing at a post marked -W..I.
Otto's nurth-east eurner," planted on ihe "Columbia Kiver, about n\i chains upstream from
Kinbasket Luke, thenee west ltluchains, iheuce
suulh 40 chains, tbeuce east lou chains, theuce
north 40 chains to polul of curameuceracnt.
Dated April 7th, 1007.
2, Cummeuciug at a post marked "W.J,
Otto's smith-west corner," planled on Middle
Hlver, about so chains from the luouili, thence
uorth 80 cliains, thence easi 80 ohains,
theuce south su chsins, thence WL'StgOiUalns
lo p nit uf cumniencement.
Dated April Utli, 1007.
uat ftp 27 w, j, OTTO
Notico is Imroby given that Oi days after date I
intend to apply iu the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works fur permission to purchase tic
following described lands lu West Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted about nno mile
uasl i.f Lot 70i0, nn shore of N.E. Aim of Arrow
Lakes, tlietiiv uouth 80 chains, cast 80 chains,
north 80 chains, w st 8U chains to point of commencement.   Cuul.iiiiing 010 acres.
Dated Marcli Ulh, us*;.
we.l meh 18 H. MOKUIS.
LAND NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days after date I
hlliiiiil tu apply to thu t'lilef Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission iu purchase the
foil -wing described lands, situate iu West Kooteuay district:
Commeneing at a post planted about io cliains
south from the south-wesl coiner uf Lot No-014*1
ami marked "-J. K. Johnson's south-east corner
post," tlienco nnrth 80 chains, tlience wes, 80
chains, llienco suulh 80 chains, theuce oust 80
ihalns to point nf commencement, Containing
(ilu acres.
Dated llth .March, UXi7.
wed inch 18 ,1. K. JOHNSON.
LAND NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that 00 days after date I
intend tu apnly to the Chief Commissioner nf
Lands and W orks for permission to purchase the
(ollowlng described lands, situate in West Kootenay District:
Commencing at a post planted um- chain east uf
the N W, comer of Lnt HHl, Group 1, ami marked
"A, Johnson's s. VV. corner post, thencu oast 80
chains, Ihenco nurth 80 ehaiiis, llionce  went 80
haius, Ihence south 80 elinlns to the point of
commencement. Cuntaining oio acres.
Duted 12th March, 1007.
wed meh 18 A. JOHNSON.
Notice is hereby given that no days after date I
intend to apply to the Chief commissioner of
Lands and Worki fnr permission to purchase tin
following described lands, situate iu West Knoteuay district:
Cummencing at a post planted at lhe nurth-east
corner of A. Johnsuii's applieatiun and markoil
"W. J- Eraser's S. li. comer post." tlience north 80
chains, thence west 8> chains, tlience south 80
chains, them-e east 80 chains to tlm point of cum
meneemenl.   Containing  lo acies.
Dated mh March. 1007.
wed inch 18 W. .1. PRASEB.
LAND NOTICK.
Notice Is hereby given that On dnys after date 1
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Landi, and Wurks for permission to purchase the
following described lands iu West Kootonay district:
Commencing at a post planted nt tho south-west
cornur nf Lot 2111, east side of Upper Arrow Lake
tbenee east M) cliains, sunt.i I'i cloth'*, .est 9
chains, uurth 40 chains to poim <>f ■ nina-ncement,
Containing 820 acres more or lea.-,
Dated March 12th, 1007-
wedinchis H.C. .MOltlils.
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the
Municipal Council of tho Corporation of the
City nf Hovelstoko intends to undertake the
'•oilsI motion of umiu and common sewer-* on
iho streets and lanes throughout the City, as
-huw-in iho |ilau of tho City Engiuoor herein-
uftur mentioned, and to assess the oxpouse or
cost thereof upon the lund or real property
abutting un such streets and lanes to be uone-
litotl thereby and thnt a statomout showing tho
landorrnal property liable to pay the assessment ihorefuro aud lhu names and uwuers
ihcrour, sn far as tlioy cnn ho uscortained, to-
gethor with the reports and plans of Thus. H.
Trueey, City Engineer, and tho pru|>o-.ed assess*
mont and tho roporl thorenn nf lho City Clerk
are now ou Uie in the ollico of lhe City Clerk
and o|iou for iuspoctiun of all persons during
olll'*o hours.
Tho estimated eust of lho work is 199511.75,
Any objection to tho proposod assessment aud
undertaking Bbull lm made by petition to the
(lonucil within liflunu.days frum the dato hereof,
tho persons eutltled tu petition being the
owners nf the lnmls iill'octod ihoroby.
Dated this first day of May, A. D., 1907.
HENRY FLOYD,
City Clerk.
Notice Is hereby u
intend tn  upply   tn
NOTICE
ren that oo
the  Hun th
ivi after date I
' Chief (
donor of Lands and Works for permission to imr
full.iw in- tlescrilieu lands in Wus
Id
the
lUtrict:
eing at a post planted mi the west shore
of Cpp-'r Armw Lake on the north Bide of the
Lime Kiln post, marked "T. II. McKuu's s. K.
cornur," running west 10 chains, uurth 4n chains,
cast 4U chains, s mlh 10 chains to point of com*
luoneoiiient,
Dated March Mb, nm:.
sat ap 0 T. II. McKlM.
NOTICE
Notice Is liereliy given that 00 days after date I
intend lo apply lo ihe lion, the Chief Commissioner of Lnnds aud Works for permission to purchase lhe following descrihed lands iu west
Kootenay distiiei:
Commencingat a post planted at the north-west
corner uf tliu Lime Kiln Lot. running west 40
chains, theuce south lu ehains, I hence east |U
chains, theuce north pi chains to place of commencement,
Dated March :!Hli, mo:.
satapO        THOMAS BKINKBB SCOTT.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that 00 days after date
I intend to make u|iplical!un lu the Hon. Chief
Commissioner of Lauds and Wurk- for permission to purchase tlio iiillowlng described landi.
situated in West Kontunay district, on the wost
shoroof Upper Arow Lake opposite Nakusp,
Commoncing at a post marked "H. Nelson's
north-oast corner," theuce west 40 chuius,
llienco souih 80 chains, thonco cist 40 ohains
mure or less to lake shure, Uience north 80
chains fulluwing hike shure lo pointof commencement, containing 320 acres mure or less,
Dated this 2nd day uf April, 1007.
satuptf HARDING NELSON.
NOTICE
Nuricc is hereby given that 60 days after date
I inlend tu make applieatiun to the Hon. Chief
Commissionerof Landsaud Works for permission to purchase the following described lands
situaled lu West Kootenay dislrict:
Commencing at a post planled on tho west
shore of Upper Arrow Lake uppusitc Nakusp,
11, O., and marked "F. Wilson'o south-east
corner," thenco west 40 chains, thenco uorlh 40
chains, thonce east lo chains more oi* less to
lako shure, Ihence souih 40 chains fulluwing
lake slioro lo point uf commencement.
Dated ihls 2nd dayof April, 1007.
FRANK WILSON,
sat apd Harding Nelson, Agent.
NOTICE
sixty days alter date I intend to apply to the
Honorable the Chief Commissioner uf Lauds
and Wurks fur permission tu purchase the lui*
lowing described lauds, situaied about three*
-quarters of a mile up Mosquito Creek, Upper
Arrow Lake on the east side, Join lue --K. i S
Block No. 870 un lhe south-east cumer running
nurtn 80 chains, tbeuce cast 40 chains, south &u
chains, west 40 ehains to point ul commeucemeut.
Dated March 22nd, 1907.
saiap6 THOMAS POX UKCKNT,
Notice is hereby given that 80 days after dale I
intend to apply tu the Cliief Commissioner of
Lands and Woras for a special licence to cut and
carryaway timber frum the fulluwing described
lands in Wesl Koutenayi
Cuinmunciiig ut a post planted at lhc norlh-
west oorner ut thc C. P, It. Block Nu 'ATS, near
muuth uf Mosquito Creek, uud running 40
chains west, thence 100 chains soulh, tbeuce lo
• Imins east, thence 100 chains north to place uf
cuiiimciicemcnt
Dated 7th April, 1007.
satap 18 RICHARD MAXWELL
• LAND NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby given that 00 days after date
1 inlend to apply to the Hun. 1'he Chiel
Commissioner of Lands and Wurks for permission
tu purchasu the following described lands in West
Kootenay Dislrict:
Commencing at a post planted about two miles
east ol Lut 7046 onshore ul N. K. Arm uf Arrow
Lake, thoncu south 80 chains, est 80 chains, nortli
to chains, wesl 80 chains to pointof commence*
ment.
Dated March llth 1007.
wed meh 18 A. MORRIS
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days from date
11ntend to applv lo the Honourable ihe Chief
Cummisiloncrut' amis and Wurks fur especial
license to cui and carry swa> limber frum the
following descrilied lands situated In Wesl
Kuoteuay district:
1, Commencing at a poll planted al N.W,
eurner uf T L. tun; and marked "M. Hedstrom's
s W, corner post, iheuce east 100 chains, north
40 chains, west 160 chains, south 40 chains to
point of eommentement.
2, Commencing at a pout [dinted at N. W,
eoruer ol T.L. 9550 and marked "M, Hedstrum's
8, E. corner post," thence west 160 chains,
nortb 40 chains, eist 160 chaius, south 40
chains to point of commencement,
Dated April 29th, 1907.
sit my 4 M. HEDBTROM.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days after date
I intend to apply to the Honorable tbe Chlel
Commissionerof Lands ind Works for special
license to cui and carry sway timber from lhe
fulluwing described laiuls, situated in District
of West Kootenay, B. C-
Commeuclng at a posl planted on tho south
side of Dowuie Creek and nbout three miles
above Canyon ('reck, marked "D, McConnell's
soiith-we-t corner po-t," thenco 80 chains nortli
thenco east 10 chains, thenco south 40 chains,
thenceeast 40 chains, thenoe south 80 chains,
thonce west 10 chains, thence north 40 chnius,
thence west 10 chains to point of commence,
menL
Dated April 18th, 1907.
satap27 I>. McCONNELL.
NOTICE.
Nolice Is hereby given I '.nt Bo days titer dite
I Intend to spplt to t'n: Chief Commissioner ol
lauds and works b-r a special license tocut
ind carry iwiy timbor from lhc followiug
described lands in West Kooleuay district:
Commencing at a port planted at T. J. Pearson's
S. K. corner, dated April i.ttii, \Ai~i, marked "Jehu
MnUiwin'i* N. K> corner post," ihence soulh 100
chains, thenca west 04 cnains, thenco north loo
chains, thence c*v.t 04 chains to point uf com
mencenient.
Dated April ISth, 1907.
wednyl JOHN MUDOON,
NOTICE
Nollra Is hereby given that .Vi dnys. uftor rlati
I inlonrl to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lunds and Works Ior a special liconso to cut
and carry away timlier from tho following described lands situated in tho Lillooet District,
B.C.:
13 Commonclng at a post plantod on tho
west side of small stream running south and
tributary to the north lork of Noith Barrloro
Lake and about four miles north from the
forks, marked "A. McConnell's N. W. corner
Limit No. 13, Fisher Crock Block, running JOU
chains south, III chains east, 100 chnlns north,
It) rhalns west to placo of oon.mcncen-.ont
11. Commencing at a post plnnted on the
west, sldo of small strenm running south iuul
tributary to north fork of North Barrloro Lnko
and about four miles norlh from forks, marked
"A. McConnell's S. W. corno.-LimitNo.il,
Klshcr Creok Block" running IB) oluilns north,
lOchains oast, llio ohains south, III chnlns wost
to plltl'lf Ol l-OIll.lHflll-..llllllll.
Dated March fflrd, IIKI".
l.i. Commencing at a post ..lantod ono mile
soulh Irom crock runnings. W. (rom head of
Fisher Creek and about three miles soutn-wesl.
from laku at head ol Fishor Creek, marked "A.
McConnoll's s. W, corner limit No. 15, Fisher
Creek Block," running Iim chains north, IU
chains cnsl, um chains soulh, In chains wesl tu
place of ooinmciiccment.
16 Coinineneilig al a post planlu.l one milo
south from oreek running H VV from head of
FlHhcr Oreek, an.1 about 3 ...iles S. W. Iron,
lake at head i.f Fisher Creek, marked "A. Mo-
Conncll s 8. K. corner IJn.il No, 10, Fisher
I'rcek lllock.r.innl.ig Ilti clialus north, 10 chain,
wesl, 100chains soulh, .0 chains uasl tu placo of
comniencemont.
17. Commencing nt a post plnnted on tho
north side of small stn-ni.' running 8. W. Iran,
headuf Fishor Cruokan.laho.it ll) mllus 8. W.
Irom Lake nl head of Flsl.cr Crcok.mnrked "A.
McConnell's N, R, corner Lln.il No. 17, Fisher
Creok Block,'' running 111 chains south, IIKI
chains west, lo chains uorth, 111. chains oasl to
place of commi'iiccinonl,,
Datod Maroh 27Ih.lM.
wed»p21 A. McCONNELL.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that thirty days alter
ilatnwa intend to apply to the Hon. Chlol
Commissioner ..I Lauds and Works lor license
to cut aud carry awav timbor Imm the lollowing doscribod lands In the District ol Wost
Kootenay In the Province of British Colnmbla,
about', mile south of Salmon Creek.
Commencing at a post planted at Thomas
Pearson s 8. K, oorner post and marked *' Bow
man Lumber Company's N. K, corner." thonoo
south 10 chains, thoncu wust 120 ohains, thonou
nortl. HI chains, thenoo east lo chains, thunce
south 10 chains, thenoe east SO chains to point
ol commencement.
Dated April 21th, 10.17.
satap27      Bowman LumikchCo., Lth
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given thit m days after dato 1
intend tu applv to tlm Hon. Cliief CninmlHsloiier
uf Lands and Works for permission to purchase
thc following descrihed lnmls In West Knoteuay
D strict: '
Coinmeneing at apost pluutod on the eastern
bank of lho Culumbia River about one-fourth uf a
mile below Priest Rapids and marked "V. R, W.'s
mnitii cast corner," theuco north 4tl chains, theuco
wait 10 chilm thoncu south 4(1 chains to the bank
ul the Columbia River, tlienco In a soulh-easterly
directiun following the meanilorlng-t of tho Cub
umbia Kher lo point of coinmencement, --oiti.afii-
IngatHiiit 160 acres,
Dated Marcli 80th, A.D,, 1007.
wed ap 10 l*. 11. WKLLH,
LAND NOTICK.
.Notice is hereby given that Oil il'iys after <l ite I
intend to apply tn the Chief Oomuihwlmiurul
Lands aud Wurks fur permission tu purchase the
following described lands lu West Kuutenay district:
Commencing at a post planted at the N. K.
comer of Lut.7t'40, on N. B, Arm uf Arrow Uses,
thence south so chains, east 80cliains, nonh
chains, west 80 chains to point of cummencemem
Containing 040 acres.
Dated March Uth, 1007.
wed inch 18 D. McpHADDKN.
LAND NOTICK.
Nutlco is hereby given Mint till diys alter date I
Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission tu purchase the
following described hinds lu West Kootenay distriet:
Commencing at a posl planted abuul one mile
smith from the 8. K, corner of Lot 811. on shore of
Upper Arrow Lake, thenco west 80 chains, smith
80 chnlns, east SO chains, imrlli ko < haius to point
of commencement.  Cuntaining Uio acros.
Dated Marcli 12th, 1007.
wed meh 18 L. A. M. M0HK1
NOTICE.
Notico is hereby given thai 00 days frum dale
I Iuteud toapply tothe Honourable the Culcf
Commissioner of Lauds and Works lor permission to purchase the following described
lands, situated al UalcnaBay, In West Kuuteiiay district:
Commencing al a post marked "W, It, Hell's
Muiili-east corner post," and planted m cliaiir
soulh (rum tlm nortli-westcorturuf C. Heck's
Lot 7o4!l, thence west 20 chains, thonce north
Hi chains, iheuce east JO chains, theuce souih
lOchains to point uf commencement, and cun*
(lining 80 acres mure ur less,
Dated Marcli 82nd, 1007.
satap ;il W, It. KKI I).
LAND NOTICK.
Nolice Is hereby given that 00 days after date I
Inleml Lu apply to the Chlof Cnmuilssloiier ol
Lands and Works for permission to uurchase the
following descrihed lands hi West Kootenay ills*
trlct:
Commonclng nt a post planted at thu south-west
enrnor of Lot 24f>3, on the east shore of Upper
Arrow Lakes, thonco south 80 chains, thence east
40 clialns, tlienco north 80 ehains, thenco wesl 40
chains to the point of commencement. Containing
3'ju acres more ur less.
Dated March llth, 1007.
wed meh 18 L. RAE
LAND NOTICK.
Notice Is hereby given LhalOO days nfter dato I
Intoml tu apply m the ('hlef Oiiiinlssioimrof
Lands and Works fur permission to purchasu the
fulluwing doscribod lands, situate In Wost Route
nay district:
Commencing ut a pust planl nl at Dm north-oast
corner uf J. K, Johnson's application ami markoil
"A Mcl'haddou's suuth-easl eurner pust," thencu
norlh 80 chains, tlmncu west 80 clialns, thenee
muii.h nu chains, thence east 80 chains iu puiut of
cummeiicemont.   Cuntaining 0(0 acres.
Dated llth March, 1007.
wod inch 18 A,' McPAaDDEN.
LAND NOTICK.
Notico Is horeby glvon that 60 days after dato I
Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner uf
Landi- and Works fur permission to purchase llie
following described lamb* In Wost Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted mi west shore of
Upper Arrow Lake, at Hholtor Hay. at the southeast eurner uf Lut 811, thonce following the southern boundary of Lot HII west 80 chains, lhcnco
smith 80 chains, oast KOchuhis, north 80 chains te
point uf commencement.   Containing 010 acres.
Datud March luth, 1007.
wud meh 13 D, M> RAE.
Oiiof   Cl.llllll'sMi.Ni'l*   uf      Louis   ut, I
Woika for a i-pt'i-i.-ii licence to eul il tl
i-HiT, nwny timber frum Uie fcillnwiiiit
'It'-.iilifii lauds, situate in We»'
l\inHfiiay district:
1, Commencing at a posi 30 chains,
more or less, south of the south-wesl corner o| the soulh-easl quarter of Seclion
24, Township 20, Range I, west of 1 lie
Sixth Meridian, thence easl 40 chains
more or less to the intersection of the west
line of Lot 811, thence south along said
wesl line of said Lot 160 chains, ihence
west 40 chains, thence north 160 chain* to
point of commencemeni.
2. Commencingat an iron posl planled
on the BOUth-west corner ol Seclion 24,
Township jo, Range 1, wesl of the Sixth
Meridian, said post being situated on the
south line oi lhe Railway Bell in ihe Province of British Columbia; thence suulh So
chains, thence west 80 chains, ihence
north 80 chains, thence easl 80 chains lo
the point of commencement.
j. Commencing at a posi planted 8u
chains west 01 an iron post on the southwest comer of Section 24, Township 20,
Range 1, west ol lhe Sixlli Meridian,
thencesouth 80 cliains, ihence wesl 80
chains, thence norlh 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to the point of commencement.
4. Commencing at a posl planted 160
chains west aiul 80 chains south oi the
south-west corner ol Seclion 24, Township 20, Range 1, west of lhe Sixlli Meridian, ihence south Ho chains, thence wesl
So chains, thence north 80 cliiiins, thence
east 80 chains to the poinl of commencement,
5. Commencing at a posl planted 80
cliains west and 80 chains south of the
south-west corner of Section 24, Township 20, Range 1, west of the Sixth Meridian, theuce south So chains, ihence wesl
Sochains, ihence north So chains, ihence
east 80 chains to the point ol commencement,
6. Commencing at a post planted 80
cliains south oi the south-west corner of
Section 24, Town*-hip 20, Range i, west
of lhe Sixth Meridian, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to
the point ol commencement.
7. Commencing at a wooden post
planted on the soulh-wesl coruer of the
soulh-east quarter of Seclion 24, marked
% in Township 20, Range 1, west oi the
Sixth Meridian, thence south 160 chains,
thetice  west 40 chains, ihence north  160
hains, Ihence east 40 chains to the point
of commencement. EEl
8. Commencing at a posl planted 160
hains south of the south-west corner of
Section 24, Township 20, Range i, west
of lhe Sixth Meridian, thence soulh 80
:ha!ns, thence west 80 chains, ihence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to
the point of commencement,
9. Commencing al apost planted 160
chains south of the souih-west corner of
Section 24, Township 20, Range I, west
of the Sixth Meridian, iheuce east 40
chains, tlience south $0 chains more or
less, thence easl 40 chains more or less lo
the intersection of Loi 811, thence south
50 chains, thence wesl 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement,
10. Commencing at a post planled 160
chains south and 80 chains west of the
south-west corner of Section 24, Township
20, Range 1, westof the Sixth Meridian,
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence norlh 80 chains, ihence
east 80 chains lo the point of commencement.
Dated this glh April, 1907.
sat ap 20      D, J. McDonald, Locator,
NOTICE
NOTICE.
lice is hereby given that 30 days after date
li ml )*' apply to the Hon. the Chief Com
ninliur o. Lauds und Works fur a special
permission lo .ni and carry away timber from
ih.* foil iw.itg laud, situate in Ea-t Kooicnay
district:
I, Commencing ni a post marked "Swan
irlsuu's suuth esl mii'iivr po*-l," planted on
ic  -outh side uf Columoia river, running
, ,, ;u chains, thence easl SOohains, thence
iui .•■■> chains, thence west 80 chains 10 point
of cuiin i-nieiii.
Cuuiuu neing at a pusl uiarked "Swan
Carlsun's ooii.w.vi-st corner pust,"phiii.e.l about
lj miles frum suiiiti tank of thc Columbia river
aud about 4 miles above Cedar (Jreea, thence
80 chains north, theuce HI chains cast, thence
80 chains soutli, ihence 80 chains west to point
of commencement.
II. Commencing nl a post marked "Swan
Carlson's northeast oornor rust," planted ubuut
i miles south of the Columbia river and aboul
'I miles easl of Cedar Creek, thence south 100
chains, thenee west 10 chains, thence nurth bio
chains, theuce cast 10 chuius tu poini of com
iiiencumcnl.
L Commencing al a post maikcd "Swat
Carlson's northwest corner pust," planted on
tho northeast cornor uf Swan Carlson's limit
No, .1, Ihmice soulh ll)1! chains, thence cast lu
chains, lhcnco north lo1 ohains, thence wesi pi
chains to lho point of commencement.
fi, Commencing at a poit murked "Swan
Curlson's noi'lhcanl corner pud.' planted alaiut
ono half mile oast of .Swan Carlson's limit No, I
Ihencu -multi HHl cliains, thenee w*c*t in chain.*,
Ihenco nurlb Pi 1 chains, tlwucc east lo chain--
lo point of cumiimuccincnt.
II. I'ummciicing at a post niarked "dwan
Carlson's northwesl corner posti" plants*
ih.* nmi In a-i eurner uf Swim (.'arlsun's limit
Nu, n, theuce huuth 80 chains, theuce east si
clialns, thoncu north B0chaitm, ihenee WWtH<
chains tu pulnl uf cuuiinciiccuicnt,
7, Commencing at u pusl marked ".Swan
Carlsons -mulli-cast corner po-t," planted on
tho nurthwiihl corner uf Swan Curl-on'*- limit
Nu 0, thonco west. 80 chains, tlience uurth hi
chains, thencu east 80 cltalns, thence suuth H)
elinlns 10 pulut uf commencement.
8. Commencing at 11 pust marked "Swan
Carlson's nurthcast coruer post" planted ou
the mum li bank of thu Columbia river about
thrco-fourthsuf a mile abovo Cedar Creek,
thenco suuth 100chains, thence we-t 10 chains,
Uionoo north 100 chains, thence im-i 40 chains
Lu point uf commencement
0. Commencing ut a itosl marked "Swan
Carlson's northwesl corner post," planled ou
tlio south bank of thc Columbia river, joining
Swan Carlson's limil No. 8, thenee suuth Ui)
chnlns, thenco east 40 chains, thence north 100
ohains, Lho west 40 chains to poini of cum
mencenient.
iu. Commenolng at a post marked 'Swan
Carl-.mi s northeast corner post," planted abuut t
miles south of the Columbia river ami iu a southerly direcliun from Cedar Creek, thencu west 100
chains, ihence south in ohalhs, thence east ltio
chains, thencu norlh 40 chains to point of cum
meneement,
April loth, ioo?.
sat may 1 SWAN CABLSON,
Notico is hereby given that 30 days after date
1 iuteud to apply to the Chief Cummissiuuer of
Landsaud Works for a special licence to cut
aud carry away timber from tbe followiug described lauds in thedistrict of Wost Kooteuay.
1. Cummencing al a post plauted un the
uorth-east bran 0 of Duwuie Creek, about ">
miles beluw the Tangier Mine aud marked "O.
Saodberg's north-west corner post," theuce
east 80 chains, thence south Hi chains, theuce
west 80 chaius, thence uurth Hi chains to poiul
uf commeucemeut.
1. Commeuciuy at a post plauted about 20
chains uurth of tbe uorth-we--t cornerof No.l
Limit, ou the uorth-east branch uf Downie
Creek, und marked "U. Saudberg's suuth-west
curuer post," theuce uorth 80 chains, thouce
east bO chains, thence .-outhsu chains, theuco
west Hi ohalas to poiut of conimeuceineut.
3. Cummeuciug at a post planted ou nurth-
east braucli of Dowuie Creek, ai lhe uorth-east
coruer uf No. 1 Limit, aud marked "O. Sand-
berg s south-west coruer pout," iheuce north 80
chains, theuce oast 80 chaius. theoce suuth hi
chaius, thonco west su chaiu-, to iwiut of com*
meucemeut.
4. Commencing at a post planted on uurth •
oast branch of Duwuie Creok about :w chains
from south-oast corner of No. *f Limit aud
marked "O, Saudberg's west post,"
theuce uurth hi chain.*,, easl 40 chaius, south 100
chaius, wesl 40 chain.-, uurth 90 chaius to poiut
of commoucemeui.
Commencing at a post planted on tbe
uorth-east braucli of Dowuie Creek, about 130
chaius east of No. 1 Limit aud markod "O.
rsaudbergs suutb-we»t corner post," iheuce
north Hi chaius, theuce east 80 chaius, theuce
Bouth 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to poiut
of commeucombut-
Lucatoa^th March, 1007.
-sat apCo O. 8ANDBBRG, Locator.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HKKKHY GIVEN thai thirty
days after dale 1 intend to apply to thc
Chlof Commissioner of Lnnds and Vvurkxfura
special license to cui aud carry away timber
from tho following described lands In the
Dlserlct of West Kootenay:
Commencing al a pust planted at thc -'mib-
east corner post uf Timber Limit Nu. 71 *.'..
marked "J.D Kennedy's north-cast corner post"
thonco south 80 chains, thonco wesl Hi cliains,
llionce north 80 chains, thence ca«t Hi chains to
poin' uf coinmenccmeiil-.
1 lal nl March iii h, 11107.
wed ap 10       J, D. KENNEDY, Locator
NOTICE
N'.licoi-herebyKivoulliBl3.)d..)M* afterdate
iuieml 1.1 apply u. .be Chief .'omn.iuii.uer of
Laud.and Work., for a .pecial licenco tomi.
and carry away timlier Irum ll.o (..Mowing da-
.rllied lauds... dlstrictof We-l Koolonay:
1. lun.ineucii.8 at a post planleil ou the
uurlheiist branch i.I Downie .'reek, alwut M
mile- below the Tangier Mine, and marked "'/.
1'. Kennedy* south-west corner posl," a.id
filwul 900 leet north of said creok, runuiui!
north lu chain*, thouco oast... chains, Ihouco
north 3. chains, thenco ,o.*t Hi i-ha.us, thenca
south bUcha.us, thouce wo*l IS. chains tu point
olcum...o..ce.no..l
2 rom.nen.-.iiKatii po-t plantod alwut Ml
foot fru... I'.,..:,,.. treukuutbu east b.deand
alwut half a mile soulh-wostol ll.o suullnjasl-
orly corner of So. 1 Limit, and markod "J. i*.
Kennedy's ni»rlh.ea*l corner |w*l," theuce
suulh an chin... wost hi chains, uorlh 40 chaiu.,
ou.-l bu chaius to  ...nt of commencement.
1, l oin.ue.icin« al a |wst plante.1 at the
K.ulli-o.i.l corner ul Xo. I Limit, and marked
"J. i'. Kon.io.ly * north-easl corner post." run-
iiiiiii .-null. Ni ctia.ns, thence west en chaius,
Ihouco north - .-bains, thonce east In chain, to
iNlinl Of Ml,.'IM.MUM,i.
Located >.., March, I ■''.
sai op 3.      J, p. KBNNKDV, Locator,
NOTICE
Notice is hereby «itcn that go days alter date 1
Inlend ... apply & the lion, tl.e (fi.lcl coumla-
lioner >.l I-amls ami Works for permission to pur*
chiise Die following .letrrlUal lands, situated....
Upper A"..« Ukus, ami inure particularly do-
., nls-.l as li-Uows:
(.-.nnlilencilig at tlu- south-wast corner of Lut
UN. thence cast 2.1 chains, tiience oolilh Ifi
chain., ihence wart to .bore..[ Lake, thenco fob
lowing meandering. „f U|j i„k, no,u, to point uf
cuniucnceinent.    .fi.nt.iini.ig ll&j ucnta muru ur
less.
Hated March .'7.1,, ..«.:.
K. l.KV.MlLIlS,
ut inch » i'er O. Sumner, Agent.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days after date I
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Umu and W'irks fur p. ipecial licence to cut anil
carryaway timlier from the fulluwing descrilied
lauds, situate in W',--i KouUmay district:
1. Commeueiug at « post planted on tbe
nonh tank of ham Hill Creek, running 40
chain** north, 80 chains east, 80 chains south,
80 chains west, thence 4j chains north to place
ul commencement.
Daled April Uth. 1907.
1 Commencing at a post plauted 10 chains
suuth frum the soulh-wesl eurner of Lot7JS4,
running ea<t 8u chains, Iheuce south80 chains,
thence west fju chains, ihence norib so chainn
io place ufcumnei-cement.
Haled April loth, 1907,
■sup*) flaag^ -. tinea- ww"
Now is the time to make your
selection for this is to be another
White year and the demand f**r
them will lie great.
Lome and see the display.
WHITE WASH S'JRTS
We have them in Lawn, Linen, Pique, etc,
from $2,00 anil up.
in   I
WASH WAISTS
awn. Organdie
uml
-f.1.00 up
DRESS LENGTHS
In Embroideried Linen,   The
readv, and with very little
ure senii-
work you hnve a
lovely
BELTS AND COLLARS
A beautiful line uf Wash Units and Co
nt 25c,
WHITE WEAR
1)
Ainl!
a wees n
line of Whitewear in (l
ml Corset Covers.
IWIII-
, Skirls,
vv
Knit
light.
KNIT
Vesta   and
VESTS
Drawers
in
Summer
CHILDREN'S DRESSES
In White an I Colored Wash Materials.
L
..REID  & YOUNG..
CUR   MILLINERY   ALWAYS   NEW   AND   UP-TO-DATE.
j
r the 4* J
l|||||l||l|ltyfr*^H$H$H$Hft|   •
f STOCK FOODS | J
I POULTRY FOODS %\
| CONDITION POWDERS
ty    We are Agents fo
*& famous     " International
ty Stock Food."
ty    Large stoek kept here.
S    Write  for circular or
call and see it.
ty ——
f Cunada Drag & Book Co.  ,
ty J tyi
,Tx t'tt .*t. ."fr. .ti ifi dU iti tti it* \t\ ti'i it'i I
*.y '+1 'V TV 'IpTP *+' "• *+" *& "A" " *F
WEATHER FORECAST      \
ONLY A GLANCE
Only fi glance ..I .till- Block
i,I (inn-cries will encourigu
ynu"... try tl...|...
JUST A TRIAL
A Iviiil will convince von
they iifBtho puvesl nnil heal
on tin- niitrkut. Trv oni'
BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY.
; Hobson & Bell |
I, Grocers, BakerB & Confectioners .
Wednesday, May 8, lor '21 hours—
Fine generally, nigl.t cold and fiosty.
Atmospherio disturbance approaching
Temp, max ll."*; ...in. IU.
Local and General.
possible stylo and tlie premises will lie
relitteil and adapted tn the requirements ul a lirst class cigar store.
Swan Carlson ami a party Imve
gone up the Columbia to the scene ol
ihe recent drowning accident at Wuod
river, whe e ,l. Anderson lint his lile
Irom a capsized raft, to endeavor to
locate tlie body. The deceased leaves
nn aged lather in lievelstoke nnd two
sisters, Mrs. S. MoMahon, of Hevelsluke, antl Mrs. J. McMnhoii, ol
Enderby.
K. E, lSciisi.n hud rather a painltil
accident while taking a flashlight
photo at Arrowhead last night. In
some manner the explosive enme nut
ol tlie holder and spilt on both his
hands, burning them badly. Dr
Elliott attended to the injuries immediately and it will be a couple ol
weeks before he has the use ui his
linuds .'gain.
Social and Personal
The last issue of tht- li. C. Gazette
announces l-lie appointment of Dr.
William Iteinbard, M.D., nf Salmoa
Arm, lo In. .. coroner in and for the
province ol li C ; and 11. Siegtried, H
I) Qougb, and W. W. Lefeaux,..f
Ilevelstoke lo be commissioners for
Miking affidavits in the Supremo
Court in the Revelstoke Electoral
District.
The Revelstoke Cigar   Store bus
I moved into the  premises    recently
occupied by Bourne Bros, on  Mac-
The Rev. Dr. Watson (Ian Mnclaren) \ kenaie Avenue.   The pool and billiard
the famous author, died yesterday in | rooms will bo fitted up  in   the best
Iowa.
The Big Eddy Mill is now working
iull blast and the diive is being oar-
ried oft, logs coining in large quantities
'Ilie Williams Dixie Jubilee fingers
will give a performs1 ce in town on
Tuesday, Mav 14, under the auspices
of the Y.M.C.A.
The s. s. Revelstoke ie doing usefjil
work at the dam and it is hoped that
the breach will be effectively repaired
befote the rise ot tne river.
Tlie Ladies' Guild of Knox ohuroh,
will serve tea and ice cream in the
Lawrence Hardware Store, on Saturday next alternoon and evening.
The Hon. Dr. Young, Provincial
.Secretary, has announced that the
Provincial Oovernmeu' will give a
second gran, of $10,000 to the antituberculosis fund.
Don't miss the entertainment given
by the Ladies Guild of St. Peter's
church on Friday, May 17. in the
Opera House. The Dramatic Club
have something especially  attractive
The new tliree storey hotel now under construction at Sicamous, on the
site uf tbe uld Lakeview Hotel, which
was burnt down last year, is Hearing
completion and promises to be an up-
to-date bouie with cheap rates of
accommodation.
The little daughter of E. E. Adair,
who has been suffering irom scarlet
iever. contracted un her arrival al
Vancouver, where she was removed lo
the isolation hospital, is now progressing favorable and making rapid
strides to recovery.
Vancouver ii to have a new weekly
illusti-f'te'l paper, devoted to current
events] society, music, drama, liter-
iiture find humor, By a deal, the
printing plant ol the defunct Guardian was purchased by J, P. MoConnell
and li. .- Pord, who will run thenes
journal.
IF YOU WANT
To Buy a House.
To I!. nt a House.
To Buy Nice Building Lols
('Ills., in.
To Buy Splendid Frtiii
Lnnds.
COME AND SHE
Kincaid & Anderson
WIS HAVE SOME BAR-
'JAINS IN COAST
PROPERTIES
MONEY TO LOAN
Kincaid and Anderson
Real Estate and Insurance Agts.
A. I.e'caux left yesterday for England.
Mrs. 11. M, Corley and Miss Corley
left thi-. morning lor a visit-to England,
A. .1. Howe left yesterday for Nelson
to attend ihe convention of the Grand
Lodge KuigLtsol Pythias.
Mr, and Mrs. H.A. Brown left yesterday Ior Nelson to attend the K. ol P.
(iraml Lodge Convention.
Mrs. R. Gordon left for Nelson yesterday lo attend the Ufa...1 Lodge K.
ol I', a.* local representative ol Crystal
Temple No. li, Pythian Sisters.
water and light plants, bought ihem
under the one head and had operated
them ever since in the same way.—
Filed.
Frum Chief uf Police reporting on
lire alarm nt C. Abraham sun's residence. No water lieing turned on and
no damage dune.—Filed.
From the Dominion Wood Pipe Co.,
re tlie construction ol the new water
tank.—Filed.
From the Salvation Army requesting donations. The council decided
tint they could not establish a precedent and that it was net up to the
city to do it, seeing that the lu-al
barracks were not running n home ol
refuge—Filed.
A petition was received signed ly
several residents near tt.e south track,
requesting that cows be kept utV ihe
streets in that vicinity, 'i lie M.iyoi
ordered that tl.e pound keeper be
ii.stri.ct.il to see into the matter.
Tl,o matter ol a g;n.; was discussed
and the proposal "l tl.e citj to go
halves with the governnie.it in
iis construction. Mr. l.i...I...nrk.
president ol tbe ll nr.l of
Trade, was present and stated wba.
resolution that board had nude.    He
I'i thills  Inst year  were  lirst in the
lield and  laid the foundation of tj e
good work tb.it bus -imie been followed up by other orders.
For ll.e past week Sov, J. A, lt.m-
pliu, tlie organizer ol  the  W uodmen
Cider, bus been in Arrowhead devoting  liis em I'gies. and in teres is to the
[■.Iillation  uf a camp in (lnt town,
wili iar mure success than I e untioi-
ip.it.d.     Thc dnte fixed lur lln itlrtal-
I intnm ceremony w;.s ycsler•!..>• and n
large contingent M the local camp
' went down by special train to Arrowhead in  tl.e evening I" nssi-t in the
eero iiuuials.   A large numbir of can-
didstes hnd sign.I.ul tin it pim...... tu
.. in md when the Gin d Coii-ul
Commander took the chair :h> lo.lg-
room wfis ci-iiaded The Grand Consul slowly yet distinctly cond.io >-u
the in-posing nml ini| less-ve liiunlis-
tie service ol iiistnlliiti.m, nssis.ul l.y
Consul Com.i.under Arinitrong of ih ■
Kevelstoke c.iinp, and not ... e w..
theie amongst ll.e number present bin
who wns vividly impies.ed nl the
be utilul ceremony, riiii-il and obligation (or which tliis (unions Order is
noted,aud will ever remember ihe
-im.'I nigs, exemplified by thoei.il'loi.iB
-I ii ...sH.ni.i ..( tlie Order and the
n .-j. .1, - oi w.ii.il.'r.iii. Ov-r flirty
i ii l.'.on iv".' carried out and llm
(ir.ii.ul Consul formally aiiunuuoed .he
inauguration ol the nev lodge
wishing it God speed and prosperity
on its luture career. At the close ol
the ceremony the gathering sat duwn
in a royal wnquot when many appropriate speeches weie made and toasts
honored, an Arruwleul ..rcne.-t.-..
ying tlie inuiiu, Tuo company
ip nt an wly b ur thirl   ig
H.p. Benson while matin: a lias i
photo ol .hi' meeting was s v lent in  both  bniiils, i>t   Un- Hash
powder capsizing mer iheu'ij His
were in once dressed,
.llowing weie    instalel as
I..-els of lhe Arrowhead Cump:
fsimMsmmBaama
We are ready for ihe  Warm weather hnd
you yreat values in these goods.   You can hank on
show
STANIFIELD'S
We. have it in the Light Weights in Wool and also in
the Silk Mixed.
Balbriggan for men and hoys, Black Balbriggan for
men.   Natural Wool in all grades.
Pa
['bi
I..---
Wa,
Sen
Mgi
W. R
Del-
Alt.
. C- n. Com.—P. J. Bind.
. Coin.—H. Julius.....
, Lieut.—.1. .11 McGiighruii.
kei—.l. C. Cormiok.
I;—Jno. H. Assun.
siciai,—Dr. J. O, Elliot,
.rl — E. .1. Ar.ustro.i.;.
chir.ah—H Doyle.
try—W, llugart .
.,—R. C. Smith, W. O. lluiiiiii
• IV.) ...
Hate—P, J. Boyd.
Del-Jl 0. Elliott,
Business Locals
See Howsou's nd. in this issue.
Uuth -kg better than Our "Speoial
For 'l ne  best  garden  hose go to
Bourne Bros.
.1.   tteigbley  has  fresh cream nnd
home ........le butter for sale.
hoys antl ynulliB1 luorosse
'I. Oxfords and Balmoral at
...civ. Co.
Men'.,
shoes, \\
CB. II
Patronize  Home  Industry.    Smoke
Revel..toke Cigars.
If you want a plumber telephone
Nu. 31—Bourne Bros.
Wall paper ! wall paper ! shades
and house furnishings nt Howson's,
Fresh insect powder and moth
killers just opened nt Canada Drug &
Book Co.
Reveletoke Cigars -Union Made- Our
Special, The Union, and Maroa Vuelta
are ahead of all others.
Straw hats for men and boys in the
ne» est shapes imported direct by ub.
i*. j.. Hume 4 Co.
Call »nd see Howson's large stuck
of fu mil ii re. Houses furnished on the
instalment plan.
New line of hammocks just opened
at Canada Drug Store.   All prices,
\V . dyatt and hall I.'.ring lawn
mowers Iron, li! tn IN incli at H. time
Bros
BERSALINO  HATS
Tlie celebrated Italian made Crush Hat.      If you don't know this hat, you want to come
and sec ours.    They are the ideal Summer Felt Hat.
TRUNKS,   SUIT CASES
Yon will nenl a now Suit Case lu* your
Wearnpepared tuli!. yoiiou'. in the besl  god
right prices.
rip
at
CHILDREN'S   SANDALS
Wu have just opened a lot ol English mnde
sandals in nil sizes lrt.ni -1 '0 i, We pider.d these
i,ia:ly a year ato hei. re the heavy advances and can
sell them at Insl season's prices.
said tbat all the ministers teemed to
lavor the scheme ol a joint building \fm flrtt-olMl Painting arid
Paperhanging, go to L. A. Mc-
erected ly the government and the oianahan, one block east of
eity,except Supt, Hussej who ...- the Queen's hotel, in the
strongly opposed toil, tl- Li d - ark) "-oughced Block,
lelt that co-operation in ibis matte. We have the bast garden hose evor
,,,    .     , ,,        ,,       ,, broughl to Revelatoke.   Five-ply, bpal
«■ n.ni l,.   far   better.    May. r Brown , ' ,    „.
I rubber,  absolutely   guitri.ntee.1.   We
said tlmi ' ihi  m   leei ed (easibl.   ,, , , :i j,|y .„,.,, „ ,t |1|J|lvy
A com- i-n ii.--
CITY COUNCIL.
Our Store
try t» keep in
11 such thing- a
supposed
have, Well, we do,
carry a good many
We
stock
Drug Slore
things  not
where,
nt them
miiiil
Prices?   Just look
W. BEWS.
Druggist and
Phm,
tatloner,
Mail Oi.ler-  promptly
lo al iln- Sion .
attended
and could easi j
mittee na* then appointed consisting
.,( Aid. Howson and Abrahan - - .1
H. Floyd,'.- I. eel v-r I ill <n on l.i-
visit here and discuss the m itter,
sprinkling the itreeti os ised ■< long
fi.iii heated disci'sion, and tbe counoil
agreed th it il * dd ■ .- i big .->
pense. Aid, Howson favored tbe
purchasing of one team f-.r odd j il •
r..n...I town .....I pointing oul
thai ... rerj -li-.-i time ii
would i-. for its. II tld Abraham-
ion -f.nl thai it would      u h ■".-'  i"
A ipecial meet ng ul the city council
was held ..ii Monday night with
Mayor Brown and Aid, Stone, Abra-
I....,.-...., Howson md Trimble pre ent,
Tbe minutes ! the la I regular and
ipecial meetings wero end and
adopted,
Communicati. ns were i
A. 8. F.ir-.u-ll, n- deeds uf land.—Filed.
From the Board ol Trade re istii     '
that tl.e city council put up I1'111 ior
the construction of a trail up  Mt,
Victoria provided that tho government
'question  was lully discussed and tbe
council decided that general sprinkling
wi- unpraflticable.....I let lho subject
drop.   The meeting thon terminated.
itruotion oi - he r. adi and in purchasing  :k crusher, -te. than in (lasting it on sprinkling lho streets.    The
puts up a like amount. Mayor Brown
said that the city had no authority to
expend money outside the city limits
exc. pi f-.r tho benefit ol the city, He
lelt that the object was a good one
and'suggested that since the Tourist
! Association had got the work in hnnd
the council sliould assist, them.
Moved Aid, Stone, seconded Aid.
Abrahamson, lhat Ifii'O be granted to
Tourist Association to further the
objects of such association, to bo paid
over at the discretion ol thc  finance never been re clearly demonstrated
committee ot the council.—Carried,     than during the last lew months in
Fn in Scott 4 Briggs ami J. Martin, this distriet, uml our enterprising and
K, 0., regarding the action pending to prosperous neighboring town ol Ar-
quash the bylaw for the auxiliary rowhoad has certainly sprung to tbo
power  planl.      Tl.e  eorre.p.....lence,for..  ..I   Int.. in  her keenness ..nd .-..-
reod showed that the by-law was cr- thuslssm in this dlreotlon, It Is but
reel and could nut he disputed, since!recently tlmt the Masons and Eagles
the oounoil had, when purchasing the journeyed there and installed tlulf
enough foi the water pressure ...
in li.-v..';-. .kc -.. have filled in our
Stock - im I-'.- will. .'. ply, 1( i:
breaki i ns ll back and we will give
you a new length ol hose Iree ol
oharge Lawrence Hardware Co.,
I...I
MADE   GLOVES
They Fit.   Union   Made.   Every   Pair Guaranteed.   We
lave just opened a new lot of these goods, for which wc are
\gents.
MCLENNAN'S-
GOOD BUYS
Dwelling and Lot, Second Street     .... $2,000
Dwelling and Lot, Second Street  1,700
Dwelling and Lots, Third Street  4,200
Lots on Second St., east of McKenzie Ave, each   , .      250
Lots in. Third St., east of McKiw.ie Ave., each   .    . .   'Ml
Lots on Fourth St., east of MoKenuie Ave,-, each   . .     175
Lots on Filth St., east of McKenzie Ave, each   .    . .160
1—2 and 6-aore Blocks suitable fur fruit,
SIBBALD  AND   FIELD
INSURANCE NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS
J. GUY BARBER'S
Marriage Licenses Issued
v_.
J.GUY BARBER
C.P.R. WATCH IN8PECT0R
ItiOK SALE—Two <>i> thiee teams of
' horses, suitable for lunching, etc,
Weighing"*nm lOuoii'HUO lhs. ench.
Applv to E. J. Bradford & Co.,
Beaton, II. C. ".8 2t
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
The City Council require the services of a night operator at the Power
House. Salary $80.00 per month
Applioation, slating qualifications and
experience to reach the undersigned
by Friday, May lUtji, 1007.
H. FLOYD,
April 27, 1007, City Clerk.
Revelstoke School Board.
The Trustees are prepared to recoive
tenders (or clearing, grubbing and
plowing B'ock 60, bei ween Utli and
"th Streets. Tenders to reach the
undersigned by main on Tuesday,
May Ulh, 1007. Tl.e lowest or any
lender not neeesmriiy accepted
II, FLOYD, Secretary.
NEGLECTED ETES
Improperly lilted glasses arc worse than
no glasses nnd neglected eyes often means
blindness.
Our Opiieal Department is in charge of
Mr. M. S, Hastings, Ref. D„ and posi-
lively guarantee satisfaction,
1. has been proven Ihal 90 per cent, of
headaches are caused by defective eyes
and il dues nol follow Ilial because you
have good eyesight dial your eyes are not
detective.
and
%Qm*itr *
Ji-:wi:i.i-:iis ami Ol'HClANS
Next ro Imperial Bank
Have your eyes intended lo now
save trouble and expense,
HASTINGS, DOYLE AND ALLUM, LTD.
May 8, 1007,
2t
LOOK! LOOK!! LOOK!!!
JU8T ON  THE  MARKET
1   Vancouver Manufacturer .1 Is  good
n.e..... raprcnl Ihe very latest novclly,
Vgenla coining money,    Gel wise, start
•...... im for yourself.   Everybody buys on
light.   I'iMiii* i.vri one hundred per cenl,
  asking foolish .|..csti.i.is,
bill send on.- dollar foi   lines! samples in
\ I. a.
THE
Look Into
woodmen omhe world the Advantages
PHOENIX
.an* .1. I.l.s I o
\ ..tn i.nii-i,
COMPANY,
mvllleSl,,
H. C.
LAKE SHUSWAP
FOR HIRE—A comfortable, fast, 4 h.p. Gasoline
buinch, which will seat eight comfortably, and will
accommodate the tents and outfit of a party of
three, for an extended hunting or fishing trip. Lake
Shuswap has unrivalled fishing, and from the shores
of its far reaching arms start many trails into some
of the finest big game country in B. C.
TO LET—A four-room furnished Cottage, on the
shore of Lake Shuswap.     For particulars address,
I,.  T.  MOHH1H.   NOTCH UILL.
WANTED   I   WANTED
IlUlLDRR will osti.11.1le Iur small
') lions., promptly, and   provide
plans,   Apply this ullli-e.
IJlOlt SALE -Nine hives uf bees,
' guild investment. Apply nt once
lo (',.(>. M.-l'lenn, Muster Mechanic's
Office. 	
1.10RSALE   I1...I-* and  Lot$18150'
|'    Lnt   .".11  feet.   House live mollis,
l'in-1, cash, balance lo suit,  Apply this
olliee.
.Mill HALE-27H ncres,
near
B, A.
1-.
I   Salmon Arm jii'iir Slcainous, $1
per acre,  Apply
Victoria, I), ll,
sitnnted 1111
urns, $2,i
arris k C..„
Arrowhead Camp Instituted
Enthusiastic Gathering
The growih and popularity ..I fraternal socioties in the interior has
ol .. good lire insurance policy
Don'l wait unlll you have lost all
your property  and   possessions
l.i-liri- you insure, il yi.n are
satisfied that insurance Is good,
ih.., tht sooner you nre pro
prntei ted the betti r lor you IVe
writ.-   -.-ery   liberal   policies and
make prompt snd satisfactory
settlement!.
E. A. HAGGEN
Agent, (or ll.e No...Con.I.ine liisur.....'..
Companies, Hiivnlstoke, 11, C.
mm
A COLD DAINTY
Is a Jar ol our COLD CIIEAM
N..w that the lovely spring days
,...- here pooplo aro troubled more
or Ies with .-iuul' .rued Faces anil
Chapped Skin
|l,i hill, ..I on. COLD CIIEAM
l„. nppllod ni.-li nighl, it will
remove .-Miiibii.il. nnd give a tilde
heathy glow tolli* 8kln,    Hild
... -2,'..., fill.:, nnd 7.r.c. jura, sl   till!
Red Cross Drug Store
II. I, BEWS, MvNAoi-.ii.
IjlOlt HALE, 1111 leased laud -Two
1 small houses, furnished ihi'nilgh-
0.1I, Small one containing two mollis
ivnlsul,$lln in..nlli.    Alsu llll laying
hens I li cockerels, chicken hnnse
nml wi.e fencing, only live minutes
milk li station on east track.  Will
he mild ..1.1 bargain nsotv • is leaving
Hevelslokc Km- further particulars
upply to ,L Oakland, at Hobson &
Bell's. 	
i.lOUNIl A gentleman's pearl tie
|' pin. Owner e..n have ll.e snlin*
by .-ailing al Mrs. Willis Armstrongs
residence und paying for this adver-
lls..|ll..nl..
1,1011 SW.E Six ..iioni bouse with
]' cellar, .....I modern plumbing.
Half an .ii-re ol gulden, good f'Mico.-
#17(1(1.11(1. Ea-v (onus. Fni' further
particulars apply '" W. II. Hubert-oil,
MACHINE   Shop   Machinery for
sale cheap, or plant if desired.
Apply to .1. Turner, Pense, Sask.
w
sloke.
ANTED—Two Lots, central location.   Apply Box 11H, Kiivel-
WANTED - Waitress,   pi per
month.     Apply    lo   Queen's
Hotel, Comaplix,
WANTED - Everyone having a
house to sell or rent tu list it
with me, 1.1111 Howled with enquiries
for house properties. Phone, call, or
drop me a card with full desciiptlon
an.l purchase price, or rent required.—
E. A. Haggen, Real Estate and Insui-
ance Agent, Revelstoke, B. O.
I,LA IN .....I Ornamental flustering.
1    Artificial stone of any design for
building pm puses.    Cen I, and con
crcte work taken hv coti.ra.-lni-(In
work, Apply lo ,1. Wai.kkr and .1
Saviuem*. Revelsloke, P. 0.
WANTED a BUYER fM
100 acres flrst-clsss Fruit Land
on Arrow Lake, 20 acres cleared,
If. acres now ready for crop —
Frame Dwelling (five rooms,)
chicken house tnd barn (h dding
lour teams.) Plenty of cord wood,
just two miles from town, An
ideal spot for poultry and t good
market where top prices are paid
Ior all kinds ol v. getables, fruit,
eggs, etc.—P1110E $4,000.
I have also large and smaller
acreage suitable fur fruit olose to
market. For full particulars
apply to,—
W B. ROBERTSON.
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