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i    4
y V
Vol. 13.-K0 14
$2.50 Per Year
dry    Specials
GOODS  =====
Wi* arc offering this week, commencing Feb. 18th, 1907,
Children's Spring Coals, beautilul little affairs, nmde in Cashmere, handsomely trimmed with Silk Embroidery and Ruffles
of Silk-$">.75 Coats for $2.25.
Ruth and Bedroom Towels in Colored Turkish Toweling
45 inches long, good weight, Here is a chance for Rooming
Housekeepers to stock up.   86o. Towels for 20c. each.
Cashmere Hose
Women's Black Cashmere Hose, full sizes, all wool.
You ought to have at least four or five pair of these you won't
be able to buy them again at the price—25c.
Linen Goods
We have about 100 short ends of Cream Linen Damask,
table linen, just thc thing Ior family use. We are selling it
cheap enough to make dish towels of in remnants at IOc.
per end.   Get your orders in early for they won't last long.
Jehnston's Fluid Beef in 10 oz. Bottles.
Johnston's Fluid Beef in I oz. Tins.
Johnston's Fluid Beef in 2 oz. Tins.
Bovril in 4 oz. Bottles.
Bovril in 2 oz. Bottles.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
HALT COAL-The only
Satisfactory Domestic Coal,
for Cook Stove, Heater or
Grate, clean and free from
Dry Fir and Birch Wood,
uny Length.
Hay, Oats, Wheat and
Bipruss and Draying to
any part of the city.
Furniture Stored at Iteson-
iil.li- Rates.
Offlce, McKemio Ave.
Next Burns' New Block
TELEPHONE       -       -        73.
It would be hard lo liiul a more
convenient drag store limn this
slore ol* ours, or a store which
endeavors lo give more helpful
service to ils customers, We have
A TELEPHONE ui the disposal ol
qui- customers, We make ii
possihle I'or yo.. to Buy Express
Orders Here. We have tlw
Agency for Stamps, so .tin. you
can buy nil your stamps here, in
fuel, we nre doing nil we cun continually to so improve our service
.hut it will l.e lound an exceptionally convenient slore ul which lo
trade, We solicit all your drug
store orders, Prescriptions a
D. Nairn
Red Cross Drug Store
! i Besides otl'ering Bargains in China and othcr useful articles
*•' at attractive priooa, we beg to call your special attention to a
"The Kookizer"
Cooks your Breakfast while you sloop,
Cooks your wholo dintior while you piny with baby.
Call and let us explain to you nil about the Kookizer.
Made especially for British Columbia.  Wide Web
■Strung nnd Durable.
f> m
Dealers in Hardware, Btoves snd Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's *P
and Sawmill "Supplies, etc,, Plumbing and Tinsinithing. &
*. .-r. ."t. .1*. i-r. .-r. .*r. ..fr. .-r.
f H.' *♦' 'V If 1' '*' '♦''+'
Thirty Dead and 146 Injured-
Bodies Mangled Beyond Recognition — Train Travelling
70 Miles an Hour.
New York, Feb. 19.—The White
I'ltiins and Brewster express, n six-
cur electric train on the Harlem
division of the New York Central
Railroad, jumped the track at a
curve near Woodland rond, in the
Bronx,    on  Saturday,   bringing
either death or injury to nearly 60
of ils 150 or more passengers.
Tho train, No 25, left the Grand
Central station at 6:13 o'clock,
drawn by two heavy electric motors
and loaded with a mntinee crowd
on their way home. It was made
of a combination baggage and
smoking car and live passenger
coaches. After stopping at 125th
Btreet the train was scheduled to
run as an express to White Plains.
At. Woodlawn road, the four
track run through a heavy cut and
make a sharp curve. When the
train reached the curve, according
to the passengers, it was running
at a very high speed, estimated by
some at seventy miles an. hour.
Both motors and the smoking car
swung safely around the curve, but
the cars following left the rails and
plunging over on their sides, with a
terrific crash, tore up the track and
after sliding a hundred yards collapsed in a mass.
Of those instantly killed by far
the greater number were women
Many were mangled beyond recognition. Ambulances and surgeon:
from every hospital in the Bronx
and Bellevue responded to hurry-
calls as did two fire engine companies and the police reserves from
many stations. Many of the injured
were quickly extricated from the
wreckage, while others were so
pinioned that they could not be
taken out lor some time. Those
most seriously injured were hurried
to the hospitals, while the coroner
took charge of the dead as fast as
their bodies were recovered.
Fire broke out in the overturned
oars, but the flames were quickly
extinguished and the firemen
helped the injured. Special trains
carried many of the injured to
White Plains and Mount Vernon,
while others were brought to lhe
Grand Central station and sent to
hospitals here.
The rear car, containing more
women than the others, suffered
the most because it was overturned before the coupling broke
and released it from tho curs ahead.
It was torn to pieces. Broken bits
of it were scattered a hundred feet
across Woodlawn avenue.
Many passengers, practically
uninjured, tumbled from the cars
nd hurried to telephones to summon aid. Others who were injured
limbed from the twisted wood and
iron ami were helped to the roadside, where thev were made as
•omfortahlc as possible until the
ihysicians arrived. When the
ambulances arrived those badly
hurt were hurried to hospitals. At
10 p.m. that night tho police estimated the dead to number i!0 and
the injured ovor 146,
Scotch Distillers Endeavor to
Evade Inland  Revenue
LONDON, Feb. 18.—A gigantic scheme
on the part of Scotch whiskey distillers
to defraud the revenue is reported to
have   been    unearthed    by   inland
evenue ollicers. Tbe latter, it is
asserted, discovered a system ol under
ground pipes through which whiskey
was conveyed from the distillery to
lhe wash house, whence it  wns dis-
ributed to the trade, thus escaping
taxes of $2."6 per gallon.
The revenue ollicers nre suid to have
leniandcd the payment of n line of
■fHOO.OOO on the smuggled li.|uur. The
natter "ill be brought up in parliament.
 .   , s., — —
Headquarters Ior carpets, linoleums
and wall papers at C. It. Hume tt Co
Mr. Cane Receives Commission
—Justice Irving May Head
Appellate Court.
Vancouver, II. C, Feb. 20.—11 is
new'" Hia Honor Judge Cane," his
commission arriving yesterday, nnd
there wns hut n suniinary swearing-in.
Ovor a hundred suits and applications
will pour in upon the new judge when
he lifts the flood-gates ol his jurisdiction.
The coniniissi.in and tlie swearing-
in ol junior County Judge Grant will,
however, not come until April. This
being a new olliee, Ottawa requires
time to give it fitting sanction aud
interline the snlnry in tlie estimates,
The creation of a permanent Court
ol Appeal by the provincial legislature
shortly early in the sesBibn next
month is almost certain, and the local
bar is busy filling the new imaginary
As the creation o! this court is tbe
sole privilege and right-ol the province
although the appointments ure made
at Ottawa, the latest advices from the
local capital indicate that the Government will annex thereto a condition thnt one of its nominees be
appointed to this court ol three. And
this one, it is said, will be Mr. Chits,
Wilson, K.C.
The other two will be Liberals, if
not Mr. Mclnnes and Mr. Henderson,
it is sure to be two others. In the
view of some members of the local bar
it is not improbable that Mr. Justice
Irving will be elevated to the chief
justiceship of this court, leaving one
appointment to succeed him nnd two
appointments to the. uew court,
Snowshoe  and   Ski-Jumping
Contests for Championship
of British Columbia,
Rossland, Feb. 19.—The three-mile
snowshoe race, (or thc championship
of British Columbin, took pluce during
the carnival here, The lirst prize wns
a gold medal and tbe second a silver
medal. There were tliree entries: W.
Sherman, J. McDonald and Robert
Walters, At the start and lor the
larger portion of the distance McDonald took the lead, with Sherman
second and Walters third. When
coining up the hill on the home
stretch Sherman spurted and soon
overtook nnd passed McDonald, beating him to the goal by a city block,
winning the championship nnd the
gold medal, McDonald wns second
und Wallers a bud third, being Inr
behind the others, und coming in with
liis snowsboos in his hands.
Torgcl Noren, on Sunday, at Rossland, broke the Canadian championship record for ski-jumping by a magnificent leap ol DU leet, beating the
previous record of 84 feet (i inches.
This was done despite tbe (net that
the snow on tho approach to the jump
oil' was very suit nnd consequently
slow, and not at nil favorable. A.
Ivcrson competed with Noren and
made n jump of 62 loot. The contest
took placo on the Monte Christo
mountain and was witnessed by a largo
crowd. In the championship ski
races lield on Saturday, T. Noren won,
with A. Ivcrson socond.
ln thc final game of thc hockey
ohuinpii.iishiy serioB on Saturday,
Nelson defeated Rossland by a score of
4 to 2, Fifteen hundred people witnessed this splendid exhibition ol
hockey and voted it the greatest game
played on tho rink lor many years,
Tlie Revelstoke boys, although defeated iu both thcirgnn.es with Nelson
and Spokune, put up a splendid combination play, giving a good exhibition
ol how hockey Bhould be played. The
team wus handicapped by their arduous train journey and also by the boys
being unaccustomed to play on
soil ice.
16,500,000 MICROBES
All in the Dusty Train of one
Woman's Skirt.
London,   Feb,   18,-Prol, W.  B.
Bottomley, in a letter on biology said
that a woman who bad allowed her
skirt to trail lor ball an hour in west
end Btrects, sent it to a laboratory
where it wns found to contain 10,600,-
OOn microbes, including many phthisis
Navel oranges and lemons, 10c. per
dozen, at C. B, Hume & Co's.
French Church Leases—Increased Timber Licence Fees
—Irish Situation — Strange
Train Hold-up.
l'Ains, Feb. 20.—The Cabinet today
unanimously approved the agreement
arrived nt yesterdny between Education .Minister llrinnd nnd Premier
Olemeno ail relative to the form of
the leases ol the churches lo the parish
priests, nud M.Clemenceau consented,
il necessary, to support M. Briand's
declarations before the Chamber of
Victoria, Feb. 20,—It is stated in
authoritative circles here that there iB
every probability that at the next session of tlie Legislature, the Government will slightly increase the fees for
timber licenses throughout the province. It is estimated that the revenue of the province will be increased
Irom $50,000 to $60,000 por annum by
this move, nnd this will have the result of making possible a reduction in
other taxes which affect the people
London, Feb. 20.—The question of
Ireland ngain played a prominent
part iu theHousoof Commons tonight
the opposition leaders accusing the
ministers of breaking their election
pledges by the endeavor to give Ireland
an instalment ol home rule.
Palis, Feb, 20.—Crows stood so
thickly on the main line between
Paris and Strnsburg the other day and
such a slaughter wns cnused by a
freight train plowing through them
thnt the train itself was stopped, and
a passenger train behind was held up
some time.
Chicago, Feb. 20.—The Woman
Suffrage Convention here decided to
enter on u national campaign to compel Congress to extend the suffrage to
women. Every state organization is
to exert pressure on its Legislature to
memorialize Congress in favor of a
constitutional amendment giving
women the right to vote.
The  Forerunners  ol   Large
Victoria, Feb. 19.—In less than
two weeks the vanguard of the immigrants who are being brought to this
province hy the Salvation Army, will
reach here. Captain Travis, local
superintendent of the army's work
bus received notice that about March
1st, thirty mechanics fron. different
points of the United Kingdom will
arrive in Victoria. Quite a number ol
tbe mon nre married and will bring
their families with them. Tlie pro-
vincinl government has under consideration with the C P.R. an arrange-
ment by whicli a rate of $40 will bo
charged immigrants from Liverpool
to the province, upun the opening ol
the St. Lawrence to navigation. Hon.
R. II. Tatlow has had this question up
with the transportation companies (or
some time und hopes to reach a settlement by which some such rnto will
be given.
Premier   Roblin   Announces
Provincial Elections for
March 7th, 1907.
WlNNll'HU, Feb. 18.—Premier Roblin
bus announced the provincial elections
for March 7th, The nominations take
placo on February 28th. One ol the
principal issues of tl.e campaign will
be a government line to thu extended
boundary of Manitoba on Hudson
Hay. Tho construction ol such a line
will bo taken up by thc government il
sustained and will lorm a splendid
alternative  route for tho outlet ol
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Cull nnd see our bargains for Friday
and Saturday in Worcestershire sauce,
atC. B, Hume <t Co's,
The need of tunics is now, "Best
Siirsnparilla" is our standard—f 1.00 a
bottle at Hews' Drug Store.
If you want a sleigh drivo or require
draying, baggage transfer or express,
,1. I lenders.... will give satisfaction.
Phone 60,
High Class Croceries. Fruit, Flour, Feed,
Stoves, Furnaces, Hardware, Harness,
Crockery, Classware, Etc.
We Still Have Money
if ■'..
££-PM=. c
Let Us Build You a Home on Our Easy Method
ot Re-Payment.
We will be pleased to have you call and learn about it.
Revelstoke Insurance Agency. Ltd.
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office-Toronto, Ontario.
Briucliis in the I'mvineo.* of Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan,
liritish Columbia, Out i ri,,. Quebec.
Capital Subscribed ■       •        -       $5,000,000.00
Oapltal Paid Up ....   »4,280,000.00
Reserve Fund ....        t4,28o,ooo.oo
I). R. W11.KIK, President; Hon. Ii. Jaffiuy, Vice-President,
A Ceneral Banking Business Transacted.
Savinhs DEPARTMENT—Deposits received and Interest allowed
nt cut-rent rate from date of] opening account, nnd coin-
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United States und
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections,
Revelstoke Branch, B. C—A. E. Phipps, Manager.
Good City Lots on Easy Terms
A few good City lots still on the market at
present prices, Terms reasonable. Apply soon
G. Af. SPROAT, Real Estate Office, Cowan Block.
Columbia River Improvements
-Good Progress now Being
Made on Mattress Work -
Will Rush Job to Completion,
Work on the wing dam on the river
which has been suspended for the last
lew weeks for lack ol funds uud severity
ol tbe weather has been recommenced
and will be pushed forward aa rapidly
as possible to completion. Much
concern was lelt iu the city
at the closing down of the
works whicli, were they to remain inactive for a long period would l>e considerably in danger ol sustaining
irreparable damage, in their present
unfinished stab- when the river began
to rise and the work bc prevented
Irom being enrried on. The dam requires a considerable amount ol money
and labor spent on it immediately
before thc structure is solid enough to
withstand the tremendous weight and
pressure uf the full body ol the Columbia hurled against it. Over hall
the present volume ol water is running
now through tho new channel and il
the thaw continues the ice in the lied
will gradually melt, release tbe sand
nnd gravel and allow the current to
carry out its work of scouring out the
channel which has been made by the
dredge. The construction and filling
work has been pushed on during the
pust year rapidly and il no further
interruption occurs to hinder the work
the dam will I-e able to accomplish
tlie task Ior which it has been constructed.
The Provincial Government arc at
work .... the mattress ol the river bank
and are employing a large number ol
men, A solid foundation of br.nl. and
rock securely wired down and transversely to the giound is being laid
while lumber is lieing used to prevent
tl.e errosion bohind the breastwork.
Every effort is being made to make 11
permanent nnd substantial liscine
work before the wnter rises and prevents the work lieing carried on at thc
bed ol the Imnk.
Rebuilt and will Resume Work
on Monday,
The Revelstoke Steam Laundry
which was destroyed by fire on December li'.th last year has been almost entirely rebuilt and will again open up
(or business on Monday next, Feb. 26,
Besides the original plant new m»-
chinery has been installed in addition
nnd special arrangements made lor
drying, high and dull polish ol shirts,
and general improved methods ol a
first clots nature, tbe flDatt-Deralb. THE HAND m HUMANITY'
SATUit Tin* Hindu is still in evidence
i although they have thinned out
considerably  during the   winter
liicluliii^ postage to England, United Plate*.
.-.ii Canada.
11 the rear [through postofflce]   B.S0
Half      "        " -     1.80
(Juorter"      " "          LOO
death claiming some, while others
huve gone to seek warmer and more
congenial climes, daunt und cnin-
einte.l those that are lelt have be-
     come, the rigors  of a Canadian
CORRffiPOXDKNCMi^ leaving their trade marks in
J jh ■ KINTlN'li promptlyexeoutedat reason*
.-... fate*.
rKHMS-1'a.-h.   Subscriptions payable in ail
public interest,   .,.»,„„» ... ._ 	
tor niu.-l be i.ceonijiaiiie.1 bv .nunc ol
writer, not necc-i-arily (o publication, but
** evidence ol good faith. Correspondence
-houtd be bri.    ^^^^^^^^^^^™
o'clock; When tlie gathering broke up
the gueaU were nil Agreed tbat it wns,
C. W. 0. w.
""** b **  •■ i  -- - —i        Mountain View Camp, No. 229,
the moat enjoyable  ever given by the    Meet* Second ami Fourth Wednesdays In
1 ' I each month, In Selkirk Hull.  Visiting Wood-
mon cunlinlly Invited to attend.
W. I). AKMSTnONG.Con.com.
11. W. BDWAUDS, Clerk.
Legal tioUcea 10 cent** per lino tirst Insertion,
5 ceni^ iht line eacn subsequent Insertion
Mi a iremenU Nonpariel[121ino8makeoi"8
inch), store nnd general hnaliicuu an*
noanccmenti ?.'■'■• per Inch por monthi
Preferred wwltions, iS por cent, ml-
ditii-vil. BirUw, Mftrrlagofl uml Deaths,
'■ ■ each iDKitlon. limber noUoea 15.00
Lind notices p.fiu All advertUementd
- ■■'•*'■ totho approval of the managementt
\\ ml -. itid l ndi ii-' ■'. -idvertUemenU:
Agenlfl Wanted, Help Wanted, -Situations
wanted, Situation.) Vacant, Teachers
Wanted, Mi I ini • Wanted. 1" words ur
li -- . ■.. eaoh additional lino 10 cents,
i bangu In Btaodlng adverttiemonUi muni
be in by 9 a. tn. luertiay and Kriday nf
etch week to leonre k<vh1 dUplay,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Chas. Murphy.
Hakoi.ii Fisher
C. K. Ilu.us.
Solicitors, Elc.
liTl'.Ol'l LAKE, 11. <■'.■
OrncES:  Iui-.:iii,il  Bank Mlock,  I'.i:vk.;
'stoke, H.C,
Money to lain.
Office*: Itevel-toke, B. C; Kort Steele, B, C.
the form of frost-bitten hands and
leet, Revelsloko has at all tinits
extended the hand of humanity
and assistance 10 these poor
wretches, brought into tliis country practically under false pretences, und itn evidence of this wus
noticed on Monday night when n
young I'linjiinlii suffering from
severe frost bite nnd pulmonary
diseases was stranded hero from
Arrowhead, too ill lo walk n yard,
Several citizens took pity on hini
ami collected money, procuring
him food, and the C. P. II. ollieials
kindly furnished Iiim with a pass
to Vancouver where he will enter
the hospital. Tliis has been cited
as an instance of our citizens' humane feelings and it is a credit to
Kevelstoke to know that her citizens will go out of their way (o
help a fellow man, a stranger ill n
strange land, even though he is
dark-skinned and a heathen.
Knights   of   Pythias   Attend 0amp
Devine Service —Annivers-  j
ary Day. in
Gold Range Lodge, No. 20, Knights j
ot Pythias held a special convention
on Sunday evening and attended Ber- j    J
vice in St.  Peter's  church  in  lull, FnninPPr's    Prnmnt
session.    Tuesday   being  tlie forty U P. R, Engineers^  ITOHipi
fourth anniversary of the foundation j    Action Saves   Man's Life—
Drunk and Asleep Across
F. 0. E.
Tl.o regular meetings are he'll in lho Selkirk
Hali every Tuesday nyenlnn nt 8 q'eJoiK. Visit-
tut. brethren are cordially Invited.
II. A. BROWN, President.
W.E. i\lrLAlTliLIN,S.:if..ETA.lY.
Geo. S, McCarter,
A. M. l'lNKUAM.
Revelstoke, H. C.
J. A. Harvey,
Kort Steele, B.C
J. M. Scott I.L.I. W. I. Briggs.
Barristers, .Solicitors, Etc.
Money to Loan-
solicitors for Molsons Bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.U
Provincial Lund Surveyor
Mine Surveying
-  Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 100, Reymlstokk.
Zbc flMl4)evalb
A Clever and Novel High Class
Concert Entertainment.
Perhaps the most enjoyable nnd
novel entertiiinmc.it eber held in Revelstoke was given in thc opera house
on Saturday night when the Scarlet.
Mysteries gnve n performance before a
crowded house. The company consisted of live gentlemen and a lady,
each nn artist in their own particular
line and the performance on Saturday
wns a perfect aggregation of musical
talent nnd of a highly refined and
novel character. The entertainment
is a genuine up-to-date society concert vaudeville consisting of choruses,
solos, humorous and musical sketches
"lwoul   . . . earnestly a vise them lor and  Bpecialt.es.    The   costume    ol
ler thi* paper'"i"""""""i"llv I        .   HMBMBSMMHM^nHM
w Y  .o be looked u
thc tea. qoipage."-ADDlsoN-
"I woul    .  .   .  earnest.} u ruouieu, ,„,
their Kood to order this paper to be punctually 1. .    .   '     ,       .   ,     ..   .      ,
irved up, and to be looked upon n* a part of | black   and   red   IS   distinctly piOtur
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20, 1907
The Post Master General at Ottawa announced, when the House
went into committee last Friday,
that he had abandoned the idea for
the present of starting a small C.
0. D. parcel post. This decision of
Mr. Lemieux will be very much
approved ol by all the retail mer-
ciitnts. especially those of thc west,
since the bill, if passed, would have
proved without a doubt detrimental to the existence oi the retail
uses in the smaller western
cities. It can easily be seen that
the departmental stores were at the
back of it and by the passing of
such legislation practically all our
western merchants would be forced
to go out of business, being unable
to di-: -•• -: iheir goods in the lace
of the - -f| er trti Ies sent out
fr :.. bu. h firms n- the Eaton,
-::.- - .. •: - ine, Tbe ret .ii merchant, in Revi letoke, lor instance
li forced to add freight charges,
which are by no means inconsider-
..; le, onto tht price of i.is goods, ..s
well as a certain percentage over
and above that to counteract the
higher wages and expenses of carrying on his business. An article
which could be bought here for -ay
110 will be purchased in a big departmental store-, including cur.
riage charges across the continent
lor $3 and were the C. 0, D, Bystem
adopted the price would l*e considerably less. The retail merchant
is the majnslay of our western
cities and Bhould be protected, but
at the same time must only expect
a moderate profit. Excessive charges disgust customers who at once
ily to ii catalogue house and thus
the evil is in a measure due to the
retailers themselves.    We feel con
esque while the change in the different
songs illustrated were clever and effective. P. McKenzie in bis banjo solo
wns excellent while ub a lightning
artist and impressionist he certainly
is muster, The individual artists .ill
do excellent work and in quartettes
and costume selections, pathetic and
humorous, their good training i-
brought to the surfaces. Mr. and
MrB. Henry in their faroialdialogue,
created uproarious mirth. "Willie's
Whiskers" and "Nursery Rhymes up-
to-date" brought the audience up to
the highest pitch ol enthusiasm. D
W. Norton, who presides .it the piano,
is a muster ol music und has the wonderful nbility of milking the instrument talk. Mr. Norton is u most
syaipullietic nnd perfect aooompanist
and has complete control of every
note at once The Scarlet Mysteries
possess unusunl merit and their performance is of a refreshing nnd refined
ol tlie order, a more litting wny ol
celebrating the event could not have
suggested itself, and with imposing,
yet quiet ceremony, tho knights par-
nded to church. The service was distinctly military in its music, the
■polling processional hymn being well
rendered. Tbo Rev. C, A. Proouni. r
look ns his sermon text tlie Old Testament incident of Ciiin and Abel,
pointing out that every man shuuld
look alter nnd if possible indirectly
proteot and keep bis neighbor as well
ns bin.sell. Hc expounded tlie tench
ing of the order and the uuble ideals
which tliu history ul Damon and
Pythias should instill into the hearts
of till men. He urged that brotherly
lovo should continue amongst fellow
men nnd exhorted ench to strive and
unite the bond of fraternity, which
lias done und is doing so much good
all ovor tho world. In referring to
tho Gold Range Lodge bo dwelt on the
good nnd excellent work that had heen
done by them and showed that it was
one ol the 7,000 such lodges with a
total membership of 700,000, whioh
wore lound all over the world. .He
appealed in nn eloquent manner to
the high ideals ol honor, trust, friend-
hip, charity and benevolence which
were tlie precepts upon which the order was curried on aud quoted fittingly on the scriptural similarity between
christian life in general and the teaching ut the order. Fraternity had done
n great deal to make men lead christian, useful lives nnd bad been instrumental in binding together men in
every form of life into a goodly fellowship, where tho band ot brotherly love
is extended to nil who will pledge
themselves to fulfill the obligations
and live in n spirit of unity nnd con
cord. Fythianism was only a muter-
ial lorm ol the christian knighthood
and the honor ol the cause of both
must be well preserved in the sale
keeping ol the knight. He closed
with u tinal exhortation to exercise a
mutual protection ol lellowmen. At
the close ol the service the lodge filed
out the church, passing under an arch
ol drawn Bwords, to the lodge room,
where the convention was brought to
a close.
K. P. "AT HOME,"
Gold Range Lodge, No. 20, Knights
of Pythias, were "ut borne'1 to their
...uny Iriends in the lodge room over
the post olliee and a jovial gathering
nl Indies und gentlemen lilled the
room. A pleasant social und musical
programme wns rendered, those contributing including Miss Ainslie, Miss
Burgess, and   Messrs,  W. 11. Hum-
the Track,
Whnt would Imve ended in a shucking liitulity yesterday morning wus
fortunately averted l.y the sharp vision
and prompt action ol tho the engineer
of No. 96. Tlio train, which wns making excellent time, w..8 tearing up the
lung slope ol Notch Hill shortly after
ii a.ui. under lull pressure and endeavoring to prevent all possible delay
while crossing with No. 117 at Notch
Hill depot. Keeping a sharp look out
ahead Engineer Willis Armstrong
observed through the morning's miBt
a blnck objeel lying across the truck,
which proved to bo a mnn asleep under the influence ol liquor. Oblivious
of the approaohing danger the man
slept on till Engineer Armstrong
brought the train to a standstill, gut
down hi...self Iron, his cub nnd shook
up the mini who proved lobe a French
settler living in the distriet, putting
him oil' the metnls safely out ot burin's
way. The spot where the incident
occurred wub two miles west ol Notch
Hill depot. Had No. 1)7 been ahead
of her scheduled time tl.e man would
probably have stood little chance of
being saved as on tbe steep down
grade the train c .md not have been
stopped so promptly.
Annual Meeting and Election
of Officers.
The annual meeting of the Ladies'
Auxiliary to the Y. M. C. A. was held
on Monday, Feb, 18th. The lollowing
wero tlie ollicers elected for the ensuing year:
Mrs. E. M, Cook, Hon. President.
Mrs. R. H. Urquliart, President.
Mrs. R. Howson, 1st Vice President.
Mrs. T. Kilpatrick, 2..d Vice   "
Mrs. A. N. Mclntyre, Secretary.
Mrs. R. N, Doyle,Treasurer.
The treasurer's report 6howed that
the ladies had raised a total of $455,25.
With this they have purchased and
paid for a piano, and hnve supplied
the furnishings foi the building, besides paying numerous small bills,
In the coming year tbey propoie to
expend their efforts in purchasing
di»hes, nnd kitchen effects, and in
more completely lurnishing lho building in order to nake it an attractive
place f..r the buys.
Kathleen P. McIntvke. Secy
Eiiii:i. I.. Crawford, Treat),
Kootenay Unite Nu. 10 A.F.SE A.M.
Tim regular meet-
iii...- .ir.: held in the
U. A. I'ltUCUNIKR, Sechetarv.
SI-ILK RK fcODOE, NO IS. I. 0, 0. F.
Moots orery Tin. rarlay
evening in Selkirk
Hull at 8 o'clock.
'Vlslttnf. brethren cordially invited lo attend
Gold Rango Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 2G, Revelstoke, E, c.
c.v..|.i Thiol Wednesday..[
Mi.-I i„ .nlli, In tlm i.i|.l(f.||,Mvs-
Hall ni s o'clock, .'lining
Knight* nre cordially invited,
J. A. LESLIE, 0,0. Z?
d. H. BROCK, K. ol It. *S.
II. A. HROWN. M. of F
Doer Heads, Animals, l.ir.ls, Fish, Etc.,
Animal IIukh Moiintnil,
P.O. Box 81,
Stnilif.f  Corn, i- i Pint St. anil Bnyln Ave.
Bevel Ilnto, It..!.
for  .  .   . ^^^^^^^
John E. Wood's Furniture Store
Mrs. H. J. Hit..bury, Alnnugress.
First-Class Table.
Private   ining Boxes
Lar-o Di.iiiisrit.mi fnr
lliu..ll>ots, Suppers, otc.
Furnished Rooms To Let
r><HHK>-0-O<H**-C OO-O CHHXKHXH>*00<K><?
Hook Weil! Feel Well\l
i Do you enjoy tli.il, well diessed feeling?  We ull know what,
O it feels like to he hot, to ho cold, or to be tired, und it is
A Justus li-iio that wo nil know what it feels like to be well
Y dressed,   It feels good, and it's good to feel good.    Ymi can
O never be well dressed if your clothes are not made by the
A right maker,
X Get to know we handle the SEMI-BEADY GARMENTS
T        and you will find whnt a pleasure and satisfaction it is to he
p       well dressed,
P       Suits and Overcoats  115, SI8, and «20.j
Blue and Black Suits, the best made, $20, & S25
Right Overcoats, up-to-date Prices: SIS and $20
Special Trousers SS and $6.
Tailoring is our business.   We make a mnn look well
and he knows it.
..Cressman  and Morrison..
b<x>oooooooooooooooooooo<><i *
Incorporated by Act «f Purlin-mint, 1855.
Wm. MoLSON Macphkhsiin, Pips. S. II. EwiNG, Vicc-P.
Jamkh Elliot, General Manager,
Capital paid up, $3,000,800
Resem, $3,000,000
Everything iu way of hanking business transacted without, unnecessary delay.
Interest credited twice n year ..t current rates on Savings llank
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Rf.vkij.tokk, B. C.
All Kinds of Light and Heavy
Hauling Undertaken v
Denier in Wood, Coal and Feed.
Phone 71. House Phone 7
,,,,.„        , ...  ,  „  THE MONEY SAVING
pi.revs, It. Y  Doyle and   \\.   \eitb.!
A light excellent supper was provided WORK-SAVINC SOAP
the Knights carrying out the duties
in.. most able manner, The entertainment was one ol the most pleasant and mosl sue -■■-•,. - -•■- r hi d
... K.-v.Ms. ike ■ y i Iraternal order and
i: speak* very In.-:, ;      tif.- [a.pulanty        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
that the Knights oi Pythias bave Premium System
Booklet tells what we give for
Royal Crown Wrappers. Send
That's Royal Crown kind—
made in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory west of Winnipeg, House cleaning and
washingareeasy with its help.
And the money saving is the
cre.it. d.   I'r; r '.- the comn ei -■   enl
ol the  entertainment,  an  initiation
..-  held,  two ... di I tti -
nature and one which is wortli going 1, H^^^^^^^^^H
**-    * being initiated into tbe mysteries
any distance to hear. They deserve
the highest patronsge and sh >. I
make a most successlul colonial tour,
The main feature of the company is
the bright and pleasing persona.ity of
each nml tbe merriest kind of show
thai doei not require . lot .-I painted,
powdered, leg padded u.ul high kick-
ii.g lomales to keep it titling.
ior   it—Free—Also  try  the
HOTEL—One of best located and
most profitable businesses in
British Columbia—115,000.
the best cities in tlie Province.
Furniture of two of the best
houses in the city.   Lease of either
ho se at moderate rental, goep with
F   n i m re.
To Let
HOUSE—On First Street, Revelstoke.   I{1.").00 per month.
For Agricultural Implements, tlnrriaffes, W..i,'iius',"Etc., John
Dcoro Ploughs, Molino Wagons, Canada llarriago (lomimny's
R.iBKioa, Planet jr., Hfir.li.ii Seeders ami Cultivators, Wheel-
. Wright fiiul Blacksmith Work attended to.   Horse Shooing a
w Si.oi'ialty.
L% %uut %%%-wt %%%%%% w%w%w%-vtyvi
Some women look forward to Bread Baking
with trepidation, and the results are just about
what they anticipated,
Others use " MOFFET'S BE8T FLOUR "
and look forward to Bread Making with joy and
enthusiasm, certain oi tl.e results.
This celebrated family Flour possesses thc greatest possible bread making virtue, being milled from
the choicest of tho wheat only, the balance of tl.o
flour from the wheat being sold as lower grades.
..    • .-onp.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd. Arrowhead Ranches
Vancouver, B. C
No, 2 Brigade Turn Oul Smartly-Only aSmall Outbreak
An alarm  was turned iu to So. i
Fire Hul! Iron, li.-.x No 5 al    \  ■ li
pust   nine   mi   Sunday   evening,  tu
-.liiicb the brigade promptly responded
and <| .nek ly arrived at the scene ol the
..till.reuk winch  wus a s.null houso on
Second  Street.    Smoke was issuing
Irom  tl..- I..W.-.-  windows uud tl.e ..-.-
mifltnkale smell ol si......Id.-ring clothes
denoted that tho Ore had gained considerable headway in the household
effects ol the inmates, Tl.e house wns
tenanted by Mrs, Julian and the tire
wns discovered us tl.e lamily were
about to retire to bed lor the night, in
a ground lloor bedroom and starting
apparently In the wall rapidly spread
lip thc loose wall paper and eating
into the wood work, When the fire
hoys arrived they quickly made order
out ol chaos and Immediately extinguished tlie ilflii.e", removing all
the smouldering  garments  Irom the,
>sssssssssa>ssssi .  ,i,o room and quieting  the lears of  th.
vince. that He co-operation of the '■"'" '      , ,,.,    ,
>luu:u ' almost hysterical women,    llicdni..-
boards of trade has brought about ftgf,fjone) however, was very slight and
this decision of   Mr. Lemieux and Bft,..r a careful search of tlio promises
ate pleased to note that the Revel- t|l0  |*rc.  r,oys considered  it sale lo
stoke board  was   prominent in ite itftVe.    The direct cause ol tho out-
yrot-est, break is unknown,
la 1 ll * fr.imrlate
-. - .. -f . ■ i
f   tad   and   flforki tor per-
.... iti. lollowlos
        i-      ■   i nor. .,ar-
Ili-ularU   .-■ riledu fa
... ..I .nm.
Qlalnlni f". *' r.-- iii-ir- or leas,
!.«.-'. .an    Oi, n.r7.
' ll    r .-
rbe forty I  irt ■  - tnivi rsay
M ■ . If
fittingly lp. ■  ■ •   '
■    If   ,.      ...    ':    M     •.   .     ],, ||     ,;i-      K'l.   gbU
..fr:. j.mm- . . ■ ■
.1. I..-,.-. . - ■ dn -. we -
coming the guests snd tr uting thai
th. '■"■•■' - -      '- II   enjoyed ipim „„,„„.
snd h I-.----- that ll s - dm wou d h»ve    -
-  .      r. -
i , no them .11 tin   i o   n'        oorooi .,■--
| aial. ilienre i.."baltuv...th Ibenc. Hi chain.
0 ll   KOMI
I thi       -'   ■- c. isl
■ i ... .in. year was
home given by Camp Mountain
View   I snadian   '■ oodmen   ..I  the
World, ...   I'l.ur-.! iy . isl   .-.   fi fi
tho visil ol  Head Managei Ramplin
nidi i a the Canadian Order, and
Mrs, Ramplin, A -hurt but enjoyable
programme was.-"...ler..I in -
run... »l iln- Selkirk Hall,! ng those
i trlbuting  being.  W lodmeri i Or-
ohestra,selection; Y M CA, 'mui-toi..-,
lolection   Mr.   Humphrej - - - -  M
Jones, step .lane, and Dr, Morrison
club swinging,     During the evening
Bov,  and   Mrs.    Ramplin   delivered
short, addrosses concerning the working nt the "r.lnr.    Bov, John McLeod
made   nn   efliiienl,  cliair........   Alter
the conclusion ol the programme the
guests adjourned lo the Inwer hall,
and a vory enjoyable dance was held,
the II..or being in good condition nnd
the muslo furnished by Messrs. Doyle
and Vcith being ol the right quality.
Kxtrns war., furnished by Messrs,
.Innes Urns,, Miss.loi.es, Miss MoNIVOIl
Hnd Mrs. Teugllii. At. midnight.....
adjournment was mado lor supper,
good refreshments being served by tl.e
members ol the Order. Alter supper
tbo dance was continued till nearly 3
EIGHTY acres   next  Hull Bros.
KI  IITV acres  of  rich  alluvial
land, above high water. Partly
improved.   Price $1,200,
For particulars of above
Apply to
Insurance Agonl, Revelstoke, li. (I,
. ■ .   -ii-giv.-.i -I. ■■
,,,|,!, loU.e Chlol '.in.f
rorkl  I'.f    '     M
fi, .-
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■ ,  ,    ■       irked   *    -;     i
then. -
o point of eon
:.   . on  ng al. i. po
.   ■.' ..-■■ ■' ■
Hert Blyth*. nortn-m
,.-;,   0  Willi.   »
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of - ommi -     -.'
I, Commencing at « Wl      "■'"l »	
norlh -.-.■- nerof I." -"""' ' :" "'
,.,.   ii.,i BI       .mom, - oorn. ■ po t, thn	
  north ■'■   lialn   thonc,
. , i   ....      g i-.'i. -" ......... to point
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I.,... .1 I'-! -y Mlh. I1W.
Water Notice
fel, K Wod
The pnl.lt, ue cautioned again.! allowing Up.
- - -....■. nr n.lv I., prevent (roenliigai
In igreal t ilrsln on ttle rsssrvoli
in '.r.l.-r I      ,| .,  ,,„. r..".v.-ir I,, .111 up il In.iy
iiMii.illy,   .luring  Oils  srv..f|.
weather to ceinplelai. ilinl 'ill* the s/atei supply
to the town,   .Vh.n [hla haste bon* II will he
'mm. i,    ,, [ho afternoon, an.l the public
... m I,. notll   i -., i„.|,ri.|.,ir...| tor tl.l. any .lay
ll. Dnler
II. I'M.Vli,
.In.  .......   ■ City rlnrk.
Nn.i.-r. |.heroliygtvss ilia'.Pi -liiv* allei ilale I
in....nl ...   ippl) i.i .... II,,ln ml,I.- . .In... I' mi.
■lonornl 1.....0 ,.n.i Wortofntpermln spur
Ohrae tlw followingiluorllnd landi
l-i.lni.,.-ii, Ing ii n l'..-1 intirk'-'l ' M. I.(.'iutii-r..ii*
N w '-..rn.-' |.n.l" planted "i 'I""M- w. corner "I
iln. K .*< s nl...-*< Nn. "ii'i. ninnlng I IWclialn.,
Un-.ier »..iiI. ni 111)00 Let in.' '■ "r I lm 0
j, ii in,.., 0  woit il" cluilna to tin Arrow
Lnko, ilii'i'..- ninth 1000 fool lollowlng lho iliori -I
tin- Air'...- 1. iir.-... I lin I)'.lilt n' " *"'""'' I.
Dated thl. llth day od'ebruary, 1907,
M, J. (JAMI'.ltON,
Iol. .0 wtnl J- M. (Jainernn, Agin...
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Gash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
(A«t.\'»VV\V%l%VW«1 V^V*Ati%-*,V%V%7
HEAD OKKICK.  OaU.Al.Yi  Al.liKltTi.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Packers ami Dealer in Livo Htock. Markets In nil the principal Oltlon anil
Towns ol Alberta. British ....nimlilii anil tlie Yukon. Packer, of the Celebrated Brand
"lm orator" llnmsnnil lliicoii,and Sliainrni'k llniuil, Leaf l-anl. ^
Central Hotel
Newly built.    First-olaee in every respect.   All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.50 per Day, Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,   Rates $i a day.   Monthly rate.
Queens ftotel
Best brands oi Wines, Liquorsand Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
CHIEF YOUNG,        -        -       Proprietor
Under  New  Management)
First-clae accommodation lor travellers.
Best brands of Wines, Spirit*, and
RATES   SI  AND   $1.50  PER  DAY
Important Work Done-Local
Control of Schools Approved
—Better Government Support Urged.
With a pleasant social function in
the K. of P. hall, Nelson, nt which the
members of the local school board entertained the visiting delegates, the
third annual convention ol the school
trustees association of British Columbia waB brought to a close on Friday
night, By unanimous consent all io
attendance who had had experience nt
lhe former conventions declared tl.e
one just held in Nelson the most satis,
lactory o! all Irom every point of view,
Valuable work was done, and many ol
the trustees affirmed that they would
carry away with them a lund ol useful
ideas gleaned Iron, the sometimes
wordy but always interesting discussions which Tilled up the live convention Heliums.
A number of important resolutions
were debuted, those dually adopted
including the lollowing:
1. That in rural municipalities the
number ol trustees be increased to
2. That the date should be fixed at
which the appointment und salary ol
teachers should start. Mr. Gibson, ol
3. That a penalty of suspension of
certificate Bhould be provided in the
act lor teachers who accept an appointment uud then break it just before the commencement of a school
term.   Mr. Gibson, of Rossland.
4. That inspectors should report to
trustees im mediately after inspecting
a school. H. Floyd and H. Manning
ol Revelstoko,
5. That the low average of salaries
prevailing throughout the province is
to be regretted, and that an. effort
should be made to reach a higher
standard. V, W. Odium, ol Vanoouver.
6. That the salaries paid officials o!
the educational department, notably
the superintendent of education and
the members ol the inspectoral staff,
are too low, and should be increased
iu order to maintain the dignity and
increase the efficiency ol the proles,
sion. V. W. Odium, ol Vancouver,
and Mr. Hanningtoo, ol Grand Forks.
7. That periodical medical inspection of pupils and teachers be made
compulsory. P. Peebles, ol New
8. That a salary of 150 per year be
paid to secretary J. J, Dougan, H,
Manning, Revelstoke.
0. That a vote of thanks be extended
the school board and the corporation
ol Nelson lor the generous entertainment accorded the members ol the
convention. H. C. Hannington,
Graud Forks.
10. Resolved, that the government
be urged to set aside crowu lands loi
school purposes in the various municipalities.—South Vancouver, Burn-
aby and Richmond boards.
11. Resolved, that the government
be urged to provide tree text books lor
public schools.—South Vancouver
Burnaby aud Richmond boajda.
12. Resolved, that the government
be asked to supply ench public school
with a lull set of district maps showing the latest surveys ol the province.
—South Vancouver, Burnaby and
Richmond boards.
13. Resolved, that the government
be requested to hand over the poll-tax
to the municipalities lor school purposes and if unsuccessful to have same
Cancelled ae lar as residont taxpayers
. are   concerned.—South    Vancouver
14. Resolved, that the government
bo requested to provide equipment for
Manual training centres. — South
Vancouver. Burnaby and Richmond
16. Resolved, tbat tl.e government
be asked to contribute dollar lor dollar
with the municipalities toward the
costol school buildings in addition to
the lump sum ol $1,500 lor each,
16. A resolution from Vancouver expressed regret at the low average ol
salaries and suggested $100 for males
snd $75 Ior females as ideal minimum
monthly salaries for competent and
experienced teachers, was advocated.
Amongst the resolutions deloated,
withdrawn or held over, were the following: -
Two resolutions III ine nuiut. ui u,
E nest Hull, n! Victoria.
The first. 'That inasmuch as many
oliildren arc allowed to grow inio ma
turiiy without ii kiiowledj.:- ol tiiem
solves, tbe.elij incurring grave bodily
risks, be it resolved that im trnet'on in
sexual physiology be recommended to
I e given to boys uud girls in separate
class-s, and wherever practicable by a
medical practitioner; and only to
pupils over the age of 12 years," was
The second, also by Dr. Ernest Hall,
condemning the teaching of drill, was
lost, and the lollowing substituted for
it, was carried:
"As it is inadvisable to foster a spirit
of militarism, the convention oppose
the formation of cadet corps and the
teaching of the use ol lethal weapons,
and that any drill taught be merely
'setting up' drill."'
The president appointed as the two
executive member* Messrs. Peebles of
New Westminster, and Coot of Chilliwack.
A committee composed ol Messrs.
Peebles, Coot and Hodgson was appointed to present the resolutions
adopted by the association to the
The convention unanimously and
enthusiastically adopted a resolution
requesting tlie government to make
compulsory the Hying of the Canadian
flag over all schools in the province
during school hours daily,
Invitations to hold the next convention in their respective cities were pre
sonted by Messrs. PeebleB of New
Westminster, Manning ol Revelstoke,
aud Dougan of Vancouver. Sympathy
lay with New Westminster, and in
deference to the evident desire of the
majority of the delegates both Vancouver and Revelstoke withdrew their
claims. New Westminster was then
unanimously chosen as the next convention city.
\»*^S WW
ii vou are looking for something nice in SPOONS AND
SPECIAL " lor Souvenirs, we have Ihem here.
or riciAN
Import direct from Country of origin.
Mia Marfaret (repon
Teacher ol Piano, Vocal and
Studio :—Lawhkkce Block.
Pupils prepared lor  University
Conservatory Exams.
. ii tl
Treasurer's  Report for the
Year Ending October 30,
The following figures show the prosperous standing of the Victoria
Hospital Guild for the year ending
October 30th, 1906, and the ladies are
to be highly congratulated upon their
clever management ol tbe same,
Balance Iron 1635  1985 10
Men.ln.ri fee.  S3 00
Collection (rom boxes (convalescent fund) 15 87
Donation (rom Mr. Brown  I 00
Receipt, from ball (Not. IS)  873'15
Receipt, from Hospital .lance  51 00
Receipt, from Hospital dance (May »)... IS SO
Total HODS!
Sowing for Hospital  i 25 HI
i'abli.l.ing Company  16 80
R. Tapping, rent (or hall  17 00
Re.el.teke Band  6 00
For Convalescent..  60 00
K. W.B.Paget  8 00
Matron Hospital (per Miss White)  10 SO
Selkirk H..11  80 00
Flower, (or Hospital Easter  5 00
Silver Ior Hospital Guild  64 47
Shades, Srreoni and Plans  107 60
Vase, for Hospital  8 7..
Dishci lor Hospital Onil.l  78 90
Cotton, Sijl.lsl.irts, Fruit, Etc  163 67
Full line of Groceries nnd Dairy
Produce, Men's Supplies, Etc.
Fresh stock always arriving at
lowest prices.
FIIKT ***.TRFFT   . nextdoosto
rino i a i ncc i, ■ tirt restaurant
Manufactured for all classeslof buildings
All kinds'of building and plastering
Evans & Woodrow
Dealers in Beef, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and Game in
Season. Orders promptly attended to.
First St. Revelstoke
Has a good stock of Groceries and
a fine assortment of JapancBc China.
Agent (or Revelstoke Farming
Company, growers of all kinds of
Farm Produce, Hay and Wood.
Front Street, Kevelstoke
Balance in Imperial Bank .
. normal school should be established in the Kootenuys.
That pressure be brought to bear on
the government to seoure increased
grants for rural municipalities.
That an extra grant ol $100 per
teacher be given to Rossland.
That teachers holding second class
certificates be allowed to obtain first
class certificates by examination in a
lew speoial subjects at a time,
That tbe new school aot having been
lound unworkable, It Is advisable to
return to the old aystom nl government financial rwponiibility,
im 52
Margaret A. Elson, Treasurer.
NOV. 14TH., 1906.
Door receipt! S H6 00
Proceeds (n.m sale ol ticket!     189 00
Money collected..      27 76
Sale ol ttelreihnienti ...        0 70
Donation from Ini!e|>eni!ent Hand      30 00
Total $319 15
liiiloj.en.lent Band	
Twine and tacks	
Canada Di..g& Book Con'pnny .
Evan, k Woodrow	
|  30 CO
30 00
8 20
Total  I  87 16
Balance     23S So
M. Estelle Scott, Sec.-Treas.
Tlie Revelstoke Steam Laundry
Company, Limited, beg toannounce
that they will bc ready to resume
business on Monday next, Feb.
In luture the laundry will be run
on a strictly cash basis. The
driver will be furnished with
laundry tickets similar to those
now used by bread and milk
dealers, which will be sold for cash
Any tickets not used by owners
who are leaving the City, will be
redeemed at the olliee of the
Company at face value.
Uevf.i.stoke Steam Laundbk
Company, Limited.
Two Dwelling Houses
For particulars apply to
Henry's Nurseries
Headquarters for Pacific Count grown
and imported Qardon, Field and
Flower Seeda.
Thousands of Fruit and Ornamental
Trees, Rhododoudrous, Roses aud hardy
plants now growing on our own grounds for
future planting.
No expense, loss or delay of fumigation,
inspection nor customs duties to pay.
Visitors are always welcome to inspect
our stock.
Greenhouse Plants,
Cut Flowers and Floral Designs, Fertilizers
Roe Hives and Supplies, Spray Pumps and
Spraying material.
No agents—therefore you have no commission to pay. Our catalogue tells you
about it. Let me price your list before
placiugyour order.
We do business on our own grounds—no
rent to jmy, and are prepared to meet all
competition. Eastern prices or loss. White
labor. Catalogues Free.
P. O. Address and Greenhouses 1-3010 Westminster Road. Branch Nurseries :-South
Nolice Is hereby given that 80 days afterdate
we Intend to apply lotne Chief Commissioner ol
Land*- and Works for an ucial license lo cut
and rarry limber from llio following described
landa situated in Ullooetdtrtrteti
1, Commencing nl a pout uiarked "British
Columbia Timbers Ltd., north-east oorner post.
Nn. l Limit," plant ml ub the south-west corner of
Timber Limit No, (SOU, Ihenee wust H'l chains,
tlience south -20 clmins, thenca went 80 chains,
thence sunt ii 40 chains, tlience eaat hi cliains,
thenee north SJ0 cliain*), thunce cast ao chains,
thenee north 411 clialna tn puint of commence*
'i. Commencing at a pnst uiarked "British
Culumbia Timbers Ltd, north-west eornerpoHt,
No. I Limit," planted on snulli boundary of Nn. 1
Limit about I mile from eutd eud, tlience smilli Bii
chuius, llienee east 80 chains, inenee north 80
clialns, theuce went hi cliains to point uf commencement,
Dated mat December, 1900.
:;. Commencing at a post marked "British
Cnliiuiliia Thallers Ltd., norlh-west enrner pnst.
No. 8 Limit, plantut at tliu south-west coruer nf
No. i! Limit, tlience tiuiith Su chains, thenca cast
80 chaini, thence north 80 chains, theuce west 80
cliains to point of commencement.
Dated Dec. Utli, 1900.
4. Comniuneing at a pout niaiked "British
Columbia Timbers Ltd., north-east corner pust,
No. 4 Limit," planted at the south-west comer of
Timber Limit No. Mill, thence south 80 chains,
thence west Hi cliains, thenee north 80 chains,
thence oust H) chains to point of commencement.
r>. Cummencing at a pnsl. marked "British
Columbia Timbers Ltd., uorth-west corner pust.
No, li Limit," planted at the south-west comer oj
Timlier Limit No. 5*1-0, thence south 80 chains,
thence east so chains, theuce nortli 80 chains,
tlience west Hi chnlns to point of commeneciuent,
Dated Dec. '20th, 1006.
-M ji km in 11T-1..-,_, h.,u„	
I inteud to Hpply to the Chief Commissioner nf I
Lands and Works for a special licence to cut |
nnd curry away timber from the billowing do-
Commencing: utu post planted at the north-
weal corniT of iho -south* wesl Quarter of Section
•U, Township 67, marked "W,11,HoiUngflworth's
soiiih-west uornor posi," thenco enst .mi chalna,
thonce north Hi clmins. theuco wenl ho chains,
Iheuce soutli Hi chains to place of commencement.
Tlie above location is the nortli half of Seo
lioniJ.laiid thosouihhnlf of Section*#, Township /iT.
Dated November 22nd, IDOO.
satjan '20    W. H. HOLUNGSVYORTH,
OTICK IS HKltKllY UIVKN that thirty
Oliler Ci
Those who require homes or stores
painted, papered and decorated
Uteol the B.C. Flemish Finishing
Co. Vancouver, with many years
experience in Camilla and United
States, will Uke contracts for
Painting and Decorating, Wood Finishing and Polishing
In town cr country. First clasB
work guaranteed. Estimates given.
Patentee of burnt-wood process. Moderate charges.   Reply to
Lakeview Hotel, Arrowhead, B. C.
feb l-3t
All claims against Lodge
8.O.E.B.S., must  be submitted   in
writing, duly certified by J.I. Wood-
row of Revelstoke, to the undersigned
on or before February 28th, 1907.
Henry S. Akehurbt,
Kamloops, B. C.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Under the new management of
Harry McIntobh,  Hoffman House
cyon are the most curative in the
world. A perfect, natutal remedy fnr
nil Nervous and Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning, A sure cure
for "That Tired Peeling." Special
rates on all boats and trains. Two
mails airive and depait every day,
Telegra h communication with all
marts of the world.
Terms- $12 to $18 per week.   For
further particulars apply to
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arreiti LaK*. B, C
Nottlng better than Our "Speoial.
Nolice la hereby «lvc. thi. Nl dayi alter dale
1 Intend to njil'lj to Ilic Chlel CommlrStoner of
Uiul* ami Worki lor pertnlMlon to purchaie
th.: lull.... luu ..eicrlhed land.:
Commencing a. a ...... nla.i.c.1 at the S. W
corner ol T. Heeoh'. .ire.emi.tton, marked
"Cltal, lle.-k'i S. W, .-i.ru.-r poit,'' runiilng call
sn elialm, wiiil. 'Al chatui, wc.t io chain.
thine* north 'IH chaini lo poiut nl commence
mont, cnm.irl.lns 110 acre, more m le...
Dated Iol.. Ith. 1007.
lib Ilia. CUAt. BECK.
Satisfactory Terms Can Be
House and Lot, on corner First street
and Boyie Avenue, a business
Warehouse and l.t.t on Corner Smelter
Track and Third Street with
spur to warehouse.
Villa Lot adjoining City Limits on
Big Bend Road,   A good stone
quarry and  first-class  gravel
and sand for building purposes.
A good bed of Brick Clay and
three acres cleared suitable Ior
Iruit growing.
Six Lots in Block 40.
One Lot in Block 44, 60 (oot.
Two Lots on Eighth St., 100 loot.
One   Lot, Block 97, with   office
Four Lots, Block 98, 16 loot, Cor.
Third Street and Connaught Avenue.
One Lot, 50 loot, on Douglas Street
Hill.   Contains goed building, gravel
and sand.
A well bred Mare, Cutter, Democrat
Wagon, two sets harness—(1 set ol
driving, 1 set of work.
Interest in good mining property
and timber limits,
Twenty acres good Und in Nortb
Vancouver—$90 per acre.
Qcod Farm lands in Buckley valley.
Four lots in the town ol Qolden.
First-class residential property.
One Cement Block Plant in good
working order with all attachments
For full particulars apply to
A LICENSE to cut timber can be acquired only at public competition. A
rental ot k% per square mile is charged
for all timber bertbs except those situated west uf Yale for which the rental is
at the rate of 6 cents per acre per annum.
In addition to the rental, duea al tht*
following rates are ohargett*.-
Sawn lumber, 60 cents per thousand
feet B.M.
Railway ties, eight aud nine feet long,
I l-i and 1 3-4 cents each.
Shingle bolts, 26 cents a cord.
All other products, h per cent on tne
A license ls issued so soon as a berth
Is granted, hut in surveyed territory no
timber can be cut on a berth until the
licensee bus made a survey thereof.
Permits to cut timber are also granted
at public competition, except in the case
of actual settlers, yho require the tlm-
ucr ior men* own use.
Settlers and others may also obtain
permits to cut up to 100 cords of wood for
salo   without   competition.
The dues payable under a permit are
$1.60 per thousand feet D.M., for square
timber and sawlogs of any wood except oak; from 1-2 to 11*2 cents per lineal
foot for building logs; from 1*1 i-i to «
ceuts per cord for wood; 1 cent for fence
post*; 3 cents for railway ties; and w
cents per cord for shingle bolts.
Leaaes for graxlng purposes are Issued
for a term of twenty-one years, at a
rental of two cents per acr   per annum.
Coal lands may be purcboaed at IW
per acre for soft coal and 120 for anthracite. Not mora than m acres may be
acquired hy one Individual or company.
Royalty at the rats of 10 cents per ton
of zwu pounds is collected on the gross
Entries for land for agricultural purposes may be made personally at the local land office for the district in which
the land to be taken up is situated, or
if tbe homesteader deslrtw, he may, on
application to the Minister of the interior
at Ottawa, the Commissioner of Immigration at Winnipeg, or the local agent foi
the District, within which the laud -U
situated, receive authority for noma om
to make entry for hlm.
A fee of 110 Is charged for homestead
A settler who haa received an entry foi
& homestead, Is required to perform thi
conditions connected therewith under om
of the lollowing plans:-
(li At least six monthB residence upon
and cultivation of the land In each year
during the term of three years.
It is the practice of the Department to
require a settler to bring 16 acreB undei
cultivation, but if he prefers ha may institute stock; and W bead of cattle, to be
actually his own property, with buildings
tor their acoommodatlon, will be required
instead of cultivation, ■
Ui If the father (or mother, if the father Is deceased) of any person who li
eligible to make a homestead entry undei
the provisions of the Act, resides upon
a farm ln the vicinity of the land entered for by euch person as a homestead,
the requirements of the Act as to residence prior to obtaining patent may be
satisfied by such person residing with the
rather or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned by
hlm In the vicinity of his home-stead, the
requirements of the Act as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon the
said land.
AppllcaUon for patent should be mad*
at tbe end of three years before the local
agent, sub-agent or a homestead Inspector.
Before making application for a patent,
tbe settler must give six months' notlc*
ln writing to the Commissioner of Do
minion Unds at Ottawa, of bis intention to do so.
Deputy Minister of tht Interior
Ottawa, Wbruray Uth. UN.
dnj * after date I intend to apply to the
''ommirisloiier ot hands and works for a
special license to cut aud carry nway Umber
from the following dusurlbud lnnds In the
Osoyoos division of Yalu Dlsorlet:
1 Commencing at a po-t. plauted nbout 100
feet from north-east end of Roofer Lake,
marked/'W. H. Hollingsworth's 8. VV. corner."
theuco north 10 chains, east 4(> chains, south 20
chains, cnsl 40 eliains, south 20 chains, east 80
chains, south 40 chains, went 80 chains, norlh
20 cliains, west 10 ehuins, nortli 211 chains, west
-111 chains lo place of commencement,
2 Commencing at a post marked "W, H.
Holling.sworth's south-east corner." planted
about inn yards from tho north-oust end of
Keefer Uko, thenco west 40 chains, north 20
chains, west hi chains, north 20 chains, west 80
chains, north 40 chains, east 80 chaius, soulli 20
clialns, east 40 chains south 20 cliains, east 40
chains, soutli 10 chains to place of commencement.
3 Commencing at a post planted about 75
yard6 south from the west end of Keofer Lake,
marked " W. JL Hollingsworth's north-oast
corner," thence west 80 chains, south 80 chains,
cast 80 chains, north 80 chains to placo of commencement.
4 Commencingat a post planted about Ha
mile north of the mouth of Polar Creek whuro
it runs into Barnes Creek, and mnrked "\V, H
Hollingsworth's north-east corner," thenco
south 40 chains, west 100 chains, nortb 40
chains, cast 100 chains to point of commencement.
5. Commencing at a post planted about M a
mile uorth from the mouth of Polar Creek
where it runs into Barnes Creek, and marked
"W. H, Hollingsworth's south-east corner,"
thence north 10 chnlns, west 100 chains, south
in chuius, eust 100 ciniins to place of coin-
ti Commencing ut a post planted ubout) of
a mile south-cast of east end of Marsh Lake,
marked "W, H. Hollingsworth's north-east
corner," thence south 40 chains, west 1G0
chaius, north 40 chains, cast 160 chains to place
of commencement
7 Commenolng at a post planted nbout 1 of a
mile east uf west end mid near south side of
Marsh Luko, marked "W.H, Hollingsworth's
north-east corner," thence south 40 chains, west
160ohains, north 40 chains, east lOOchains to
place of commencement,
8 Commencing at a post planted about 200
yards from the south side and about half-way
of Keefer Lake, marked "W,H. Hoi linjM worth s
north-west comer," thence soutb 140 chains,
east 60 chains, north 60 chains, cast 20 chains,
north 20 chains, west 60 chains, north 60 chains,
west 20 cliains to point of commencement,
9 Commenolng at a post planted about 200
yards soutb and about half-way of Keefer lake
ana marked "\V. H, Hollingsworth's north-east
corner." thence south luu ohains, west 10
chains, north 160 chains, east 40 chains to place
of commoncement.
10 Commencing at a post planted on tho
beach about H mile cast of west end of Keefer
Lake, marked " VV, H, Hollingsworth's northeast corner." thence south Luu chains, west 10
chains, uortli 160 chains, thence oast 40 chains
to poiut of commencement.
11 Commencing at a post planted about 1
mile south of Kettle Rivor. about 2 miles west
of Keefer Lake, marked "W,H Hollingsworth's
north-west oorner," thence east 40 chains, south
20 chains, east 40 chains, south 80 chains, west
40 cliains, north 20 chains, west 40 chains,
nortli 80 chains to point of commencement.
12 Commencing at a post planted about \
mile south of Kettle Kiver, about 3 of a mile
cost of Porcupine Creek, marked "VV. H. Hollingsworth's north-east corner," thencosouth ItiO
cliains, west 40 chains, north ItiO chains, cast
40 chains to point of commencement.
i;i Commencing at a post plunted about IJ
miles south of Kettle Itiver on Trap Crt.uk, and
marked "VV. H. Holliugsworth's N VV, corner,"
thenco south 80 chains, east 80 chains, north 80
cliains, west 80 chains to point of commencement-
14 Commencing nt a post planted about 60
yards above tbe forks on Trap Creek, about
one-half mile south of Keltic Kivor, aud marked "VV H. Hollingsworth's S.W. cornor," thence
north 80 chains, cast 8u chains, south 80chains,
west 80 chains, to pofnt of commencement.
15 Commencing at u posl plumed nbout 1
mile west of tlio toiks of Trap Creek and about
300 yards west of tho croek, murked "IV. H. Holllngswortli's north-enst corner," thenee soulh
80 chains, west i-0 chaius, north 80 ehuins, east
mi chuius to point of eomniencoiucut.
Iti Commencing at u -uo.il planted about inn
j anl-; to the south of Kast Crock about'-, mile
couth of Kettle River, marked "VV. H.Hollings*
worth's north-east corner," tbenee soulh Hin
chains, wesl, 40 chains, nortb Itin chains, cast 10
clialns to point of cummoncumet.
17 Commencing at a post planted about .00
yurds north of Kellie River about % milo below
.'uiTiijiinii Creek, marked "VV. 11. Uollings-
Notice is hereby given that 60 dnys after date
1 intend to apply to thc Hon, Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase the following described land.-:
Commencing atthe N, K. cornor of T. L. No.
7040, on thc shore of Blind Hay, Cpper Arrow
Ukus, thence soutli 40 chains, ihenee east HU
chains, thence north about 80 chains, Ihence
Revelstoke Assessment Dislrict,
Notice i- Iwlij given, innrcnrdntiro with tlio
Statute^, that Provincial Kevtmue Tux, aud nil
assessed taxej and Income Tax, assayed and
levied under 'In1 "Assessment Act, HUM," and
mnfiinlmoui- thereto, nro now due snd payable
for ihu year 1901 to me at the Government
Cilice. Rovelstoke. This no-ice, in term-nf
law, i.- equivalent In a {terminal demand by me
ilium sll persons liable fnr taxes,
Dated at Revelstoke this 1-th day of February, 1901,
fobiHit Deputy Assessor.
westerly following the southern shore of Blind
■ - 0f
_    nd eighty acr
Dnted this 18th day of December, 11106.
Bay to point
....   ...      .. comniencemont, con'aining
four hundred and eighty acres more or less,
Notice is hereby glveu that :W dayi nfter dale
welntend to apply tot he Chief*.-ommUBlouerot
bands anil Works for a speoial license to eat
aud carry away timher from the following
described lands shunted In West Kootenay
Commencing nt a pout'planted '• mile nnrlh
of the HontbeaHlconier ot hot 7W7 and inarked
"L. W.L.Co.'s N.W, corner," thence IM chains
east, tbeuce 40 rhains nontli, thence 160 chains
west, thonce 40 chains north to place of common cement.
Dated December 31st, his-.
Notiee is hereby given that 30 days
nfter date 1 inteud to apply to the
Ohief Commissioner of Uuuls and
Works fur a special licence to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lnnds:
1, Coinnieiiciiig at a pnst planted
ou the north bank i.f Snow Creek
about eight mill's enst of Button Citv,
tlience wesl. SU clmins, thence south 8U
chains, thence east HO cbnins tlience
north 80 cbnins to point of commencement.
2. Commenolng at a post plnnted
three chains north of No, 1 post,
thence enst 80 cbnins, thence soutli 80
ehnins, thence west 80 cbnins, thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement,
8. Commencing at a post plnnted
80 chains anst of No. 2 post, thence
enst IliO cbnins, thence south 10 cbnins,
thence west 100 cbnins, thence uortli
40 chains to point of commencement.
Dnted December 20th, 1000.
wed jan 2  J, R. JAMIESON, Locator.
NOTICE is heroby given that 60 days after
dnlo I intend to npply to tho Hon. the
thief Commissioner of Lands and Works for
fiormission to purchase the following described
finds, situated iu West Kootenay, on the eust
slioro of Upper Arrow Lake:
Ueginuiug at a post on tlte south side of Cape
Horn, running eust 80 chains, south 80 chains,
weat 80 chains, north 80 chains ahum lake ihore to
point of commencement,
Dated January 17th, 1007.
wed jnn 30 Thou. Wright, *gent,
worths south-west corner," theuce cost ill
chains, south 80 chains, cost 40 chains, nortli 12U
chains, west 80 chains, south 40 chains to
place of eommoucemont.
18 Commencing at a post planted on Lhc
soulh bunk of Hepsedam Creek about U mile
up from Kettle Rivor, marked "W.H. Hollingsworth's iiurth-west comer," thenco soulh 40
chains, enst itin cliains, nortli 40 chuuns west
100 chains to place of commencement.
IU Coinnieiiciiig at a post planted ou soulh
buuk of Hepsedum ('reek, about \t mile from
Kettlo River, marked "VV. H. Hollingsworlh's
south-west corner," theuce north 80 clialns,
cost 80 chains, south 80 eliains, wesl 80 chaius
to point of commencement. ,
20 Commencing at a post planleil on thc
soutli bank of Hepsedam Crook alwut li mile
from Kettle River, marked "VV. IL Rollings-
worth's north-oast cornor," thonce west 80
chains, south 80 ohains, uasl 80 eliains, north
80 chains lo place of commencement,
21 Commencing at a post planted on tlie
soutli hank of Hepsedam Crook about 1 milu
from Kottlo River, marked "VV. 11 Hollingsworth's south-oust comer," tbuucu north 4U
chains, west 40 chains, north 20 chains, west 10
north 20chainst west 80 cliains, soutli 40 chains,
east80 chnins,soutb 20 chains, east, lOchains,
south 20 chains, cast 40 chains lo pnlnl of com
Dated Deo. 31st, 1000.
wed jan 30     W. IL HOLLINCHVVUHTIL
Notiee is hereby ulven that W> days after dnte 1
iiiti-inl lo npply to the 11 'jimr-ibl.-, the Chlel ■Commissioner of Lauds und Works for periuisHlnu tu
purchnuuthu following described lamia, situated
in Die Fish River vulley uml more particularly described as followa;
Heuiuiiiiiu at n pnst one-half milu north-east of
Annui McKay's pru-eiui>tlon, niaiked ' 11, H.'sN. K
earner post,'' thenee 80 chains east, HO ehains
north, 80 chains wust, BO chains south to pnlnt «f
coiiiiiienei'ineiii, containing 040 acres,
Dated .lanuary itith, 1007.
wed full 13       Pur George (lolilsmlth, Agent,
Sixty days afterdate I iuieml to apply tu the
Honorable tho Chiuf Commissioner of bands ami
Works for permission to puruhutiu the following
ileserllieil lands situated ou Upper Arrow Uke
and more particularly described as follows:
lii'j-innii!**; at a.post planted at the mirth-unst
cornerof Lot8M0 Aid inarked "K.F.F., N.W.C.J'."
thencu inn chains cost, thoneo 40 nlinitis south,
thencu lOOchains west, thoncu 40chains noith lo
point of commencement, MO acruo.
Datud Fubiunry 8th, 1807.
Wed feb 18 F. V. FUU.MBH.
"VfOTICK Is hereby given that 311 days after date
i^t I inteud tn apply to thu Hon. I'hu Chief
Commissioner of Lands uml Works for u Special
License to uut ami carry away timber (mm the
following descrilied hinds in West Kootenay District:
1. Commencing at a post planted iltout one
mile above T. L. 081)4 on the west hank of thu
Columbia River, opposite Keystone Creek nnd
marked "(jut Lund's N. K. corner", thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, theuce east 80
clialns, thunce north 80 chains to point of com-
Commencing at a post planled alwut 1)
miles up Seymour Creek and about -ft mile from
tlie N, Wi corner 6fT. L.W67 ami marked "Qua
Lund'a N. w, cornur", thenceeast 40chnius,thence
soutli lOOchains, thunce wcsl 40 chains, thence
north IOO chains to point of commuiicuuiutit.
,1. Coiuiuuneing at a post planted at the N. W
eoruer of location Nn. 2 and marked "Uus Lund':
N. E, comer", thencu west 40 chains, theuce suuth
160 ehnins, thence east 40 chuius, theuce mirth 100
uhnins ti> point ol commencement,
4. Commuiiuinj! at a post planted about one-
half mile wust from the N. W. comer of location
No, a and marked "Ous Lund's N. W. corner",
tlienco east 40 chains, thence smith ltW chains
tlienee west *U chains, llienee north Wu chaina to
point of commencement.
6. Commencing at a post planted at the N. vv
corner of location Uo. 4 and marked "Qua Lund'a
N. K. comer", thenee west 40 ehains, thenct* south
161) chains, tlience east IU chains, tlienee norlh it.-
ehuins to point of coiumeiicument.
0, Commencing at a post plaultxl at tbe N. E,
corner of location No, 6 aud marked " uus Lund'
S. E. cornur", tlience north 40chains, thence west
ioo chains, thence -south t" chains, tnence east leu
chains tn point of commencement,
Dated .lumiary Itith, \9U1.
7. Commencing al a post planted near Hold-
streuin'at the S. E. corner nf T. L. 9770 (being
renewal of T, L. 6202) and marked "Qui Lundl
N. K.cornur", thenee south 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north so chains, thuuefl east •"■
ehaiiiH to point of commencement.
8. Commencing at a post planted at the N.W,
enrner of T-1,, tfu'l, near llnfdstreitm, and marked
"Ous Lund's 8. W corner", ihence east 40 chains,
thencu imrth 100 ehains, thunce w«-sl ill chains,
tlience south 160 chains to point of commencement.
V. Commencing at a post planted ut thu N. VV.
comer of T. 1.. 7075, near (loldatreaui. uiul marked
'(ius Lund's N. E. tornur"; thencu weat |u chains,
tlience south 160 chains, ihence caul 10 chains,
tlience nurth uw chains tn point nf commencement,
Dated January l»th, 1007.
Notico Is herety given tbat thirty dayi afler
date I Inlcnd to npnly to the Chief Commls
sioner of Lands and Works fora special license
to out and carry away Umber from the following described lands situated In Yale Districl:
1. Commencing at a post plauted on the
west sideol Lease 2818, about on,- mile from the
north end of lease and about six miles north
ol Sugar Uke, marked "8 Hill's south-east
corner post," ruunlug Si chaius west, tbenee
80 chaius uorth, thence -" chains east, theme
■*" chuiui south tn point of coinmencement.
2. Commeueiug at a post planted nn the
west sldeol Letts A18,aboutonemilufrom the
norib end of Uase and shout six miles north
ol .Sugar Lake, marked "ii, lllli't. uorlb-east
corner post," running 80cbaitis aouth, theuce
80 chains west, theme80'chains north,thence
mi chums i'iim to point of cntnineucemunt.
Daled Sept. Uth, '.'■'■
wed fub 13 8. HILL.
Notice is herebj |lveo lhat M days after data I
Intend to apply to tlie Hon. the Chief Commissioner nf Lands and Works for a ipeota] license to cut
and cany sway timber from the following de-
scribed lands In West Kootenay district:
Commeneing ui a i-o tf planted alwut one
milo and a half north of Arrowhead, and about
half a mile e..-i from Arrowhead Branch H. K .
marked "W. P. Oglme's B.W, post," thence 80
chains uorth, ihoucoso chaius ea=t,thonce 80
i-iniiii- -imiii. the..*-** B0chains west to potutof
Dated Feb. 12th. 1907.
wed feb 18 W. F. OlilLVIE,
Notice is hereby given that 60 dnys after datu 1
intend to apply to the Chief Cuiuiiiissionor of
Lands and W orks for permission to purchase thu
following described lands:
Commencing at a oust situated about 2 miles
nnrth nf McDonald Creek on the east ihore of
Cpper Arrow Lake, joining T. L. W15 on the south-
west corner, running east *o chains, south U)
chaius, wast lOchains, north 10 ohains to place of
cn m me ncemeiit.
Dated Jan. 23lh, 1907.
feb » sat L, A. DEWAR.
Notice is hereby given that we the undersigned
intend, 30 days frmn date, lo apply to the Hon.
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, fnr a
special license to cut and carry away timber from
tue following described lands:
Commencing at u post planted about one-
quarter of a mile east of Kish Kiver and one mile
from Camborne, thence north Hi chains, thence
east 80 chains, ihence south au chains, thence west
80 chains to puint uf commencement. Signed,
.. —wnn
Dated January l2tli, 1E07.
Vf OTICK Ib horoby given that thirty days
i\ nfter dnte we intond to apply to tho Chiof
Commissioner of Lnnds aud Works for speolnl
license to cut nnd curry awny timber from the
following dosoribml lands situated In Woat
Kootonay district, B, 0,1
Commencing fits post plnuted onthosouth-
enstbunkof Fish river, about ono milo south
of Johnson Creek uud marked '!) Mcintosh
nnd Wm, IJoya's north-west corner," tlienco
oust Wi chains, thenco south 60 chains, thouco
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chaius to place
of commencement.
Dated January 7th, 1007.
jaulBwed WU. BOYD.
Notice* is heiviiy given thai 30 days after date
[ inlcnd toapply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lnnds and works for a special licence to cut
and carry away timbor from the following
described properly situated on Fisher Creek
emptying into the head of.Adams Lake In the
District of Lillooet, B.C.:
1, Com mu neing itt a post planted mi tin- went
hank of Fuller Creek, South Fork, ul«iui four
miles from Adams l.ak<* inarked "A. McCoDneU's
N, E. enrner," running 8o chains sru'.li, thence ao
chalna west, thouiu BO chains imrth, thence Is1
chains east to point of euinmrncuiu-ciit
t. CommeDOlng ulapnat plant--d<'U thu went
bank uf Fisher Creek, south furk, murked "A- M<
Connull'a N. W, comer," alwut four mliel from
Adams Luke, running UO '-halns uouth, thenee SO
ehalus east, thunce so chuius nnrlh, thstM *■"
chains wust to pointof commencement.
:i Commencing at a post planted on the west
bank of Fisher Creek, Soulh Fork, about Uve mil.-
from Adams Lake, marked "A. McConnell's .V E.
corner, Limit H», a Fisher Creek," running 80
ehaiiiH south, 8<i ehains west.sOchiiiii'i north, B0
chains east to place of eommencement.
|. Communcing at a post planted on tha WSSt
bank of Fisher Creek, South Fork, ahoul live miles
from Adams Uke, marked "A, .McConnell's N.W.
coruer, Limit No. 4," running SO chain* south,
thunce DO chains east, thencu 80 chains north,
tiience 80 chaini west to place of jummeiict-iuunt.
,1. Commencing at a post planted on the west
hank of Fisher Creek, South Fork, alwut six mllen
from Adams Like, marked "A. McCoiinutl's N E.
cornel, limit No. 6," running BO Chains aouth, 8"
chains west, 80 clialns north, tu> chains east to
placu of commencement.
I). Coiumeiieliig at a post planted on the west
bank of Fisher Creek, South Ferk.niwut nixmlUs
from Adams Laku, murked "A. McConnell'i N.W,
corner, limit Nn. c," ruining -n chaina south, W
chains east, ho chains north, 80 chains west to
place of commencement.
January .Mli, 1007.
satjan hi A. McCONNBLL.
NOTICE ii hereby given that 0 daya after date
I Intend to apply Li thu Hon. Chief Com
missioner of Unda and Works for permluion to
parcnase the following daicribed lands in the
West Kootenay District;
Commencing at a post planted to chains east
from lhe sonlh-west corner of Ut MM ami marked
"E. C Tratbird'-i north-east porter post," thence
south -10 chains, thence w est iu chains moro or
less to Uke shore, thence north along shore to
-irmlh-weit corner ol Lot 2163, thencu east 80
Notice is hereby mveu that todays after date 1
intend U) apply to thu Chief CoininMoner of
Unds and Works (or a special license to cut anil
carryaway timber frnm the following described
lands situated in the Osoyoos tlmsionof Yale
1. Commeueiug at a post marked "Harry
Mcintosh's N.W. corner, planted about I mile
westof Sugar Luke on the soutli litis of Timber
Limit Nn, '.'I'i-S, UiDtice Miiitii 80 chain*?, thonce
west80chuius, theuce north 80 chains.thence
east 8i) chains to point of commencement,
Dated January 26th, Yjul.
t Commeucinij ut a po>t plauted at the N.W
curuer of No. 1, theuce south 80 chains, thence
west 80 cliaiii-.itiiM.ee north 80 chains, thence
eust DOchains tu point of commencement.
Duted January 28th, 1007,
3. Commencing at a post planted at the
south-west corner of No. lh theuce south 80
chaius, thence east 80 chains, thence nortb 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to point ot com*
4. Commeueiug at a post plauted at the
south-west coruer of Nu. 1, theuce south 80
chain--, thenee west 80 chaius, thence north 80
chuius, theuce east 80 chains to pointof con-
Duted January 21'th, l'» ..
wed feb 13 ByQ, K. Drink, Agent.
Notjcois hereby given that U0 daya
after date I intenil to apply to tbe
Cbiel Commissioner of Lands and
Works fiiipi'iiiiissi..n to purchase the
following described land situated in
West Kootenay dlstiicti
Commencing at a post planted on
the north suit- of Downie Ciwk about
i of a mile stmt li uf the 2l. mile post
on the Downie Oaeek Trail and niarked "E, McBean's south-west corner,1'
thunce north LS chains, tbenee east (III
chains, thenoe BOUth HI clmins, thence
west IKI chains to point of commence.
.iii-.it, containing SO acres more or less.
Dated December 19th, 1SS0.
wed jan 2 K. MeBEAN,
Notice is beruby given tbat ',<< day* after date
welntend toapply totheCblefCommiaaionerof
Lauds snd VNorks for a social license to cut
sud carry away timber Irom thc following
de erl bed lands In West Kootenay district:
1. Commencing at a post planted about 1
mile north from the norlh-west corner of thu
K, .V B. Hlock m\ ami marked "Big bend
Lumber company's south-east corner post,"
thence north w chains, thenco west -u chains,
thunce soulb su chains, thence eaal Wl chaiua
to point n| commencement,
2, Cummencing at a post planted ahout 1
mile north from the uorlh-wcst corner ul K. it
i. Block BUi, and marked "lllg Bund Lumber
Company's north-east corner posl," thence
wust su chaius, thenee south uu chains, thence
east 80 chains, theuce uorlh ai chaius lu point
ol ('omiiiuncument.
'. Commonolng at a posi planted about 3
miles west from Btunooi Poinl, on Upper Ar«
row Lnke, and marked "H.ll.LCo.'ssouih-uMt
corner pust." iheuce north SO chains, thenoe
west 8" .'liaiii*, thunce south HO chains, ibuiice
uastSDi-liiiinB lu poiut ol cumiuuoeumunt.
4, Commeuelng at a posi planted about3
miles treat from Bannook Point, on upper at-
raw Lrtke, and mnrked "11,11.L.Co.'s south-east
corner post," thence north DOchains, thence
west (W chains, thence south tu chaius, thence
tast tn chaliix to im, nt uf commencement.
Daied December lath, iwo,
saljau6      B1Q HKNH LUMBER CO., LTD.
tiiiy.aflrr tint*, wi. Inl.'llil 10apply totln
1 work. Ior a
itialm to jiolnl ol .-riiiimi-iiciinieiit.
Diuul No.en.bar uth, IMC,
dec h wed
Patronize Home  Indus-try.
Rtt-ilitQki Clgiri,
iV .
Chief Commissioner of Uiu!-- ami Works fur a
speciul liefiiM" io cut and carry away timber
[rum thufollowmx ik-i-iili.d lands situated
C.li-ta Creek. Lillooet district. H.C,:-
1. Commencing al a po«t marked "Umb-
VV'ut.-oii Lumber Cos north east corner post,'1
and plnnted ubout 5 miles up Cellsta Creek and
hall a mile east of ureek, thouce south 100
chains, thence wesl 40 chains, ihenee norlh 10-1
chalm>, ilienre OASt 10 chains to point of commencement.
■.'. Commenolng at a pout marked "Umb
U'atMin Lumber Co's south-dod. .corner post,'1
and plantod about livo miles up Cslisla Creek
and half a mile cast of creek, Ihenco norlli 80
chains, thence wesl 8"i ohains, thenco sooth80
chains, theuco easl 14) chains tu point of rom
Dated il-i- 20th day of January, 1907.
Sixty days after date t intenil to amity tu thu
llnnnrshl* the Chief Commissi, neruf Lands and
Worki f»r permission to purchase lhu fnllowlng;
described lands, shunted on Cpper Arroiv Uket
and moru particularly described tu followi:
Beginning at lhe south-west corner of Ut 1180,
at a post marked   'C.IL, N.W.C.P.," thence 31.
itinins east, thencu 10 chains nsrth, tlie 80
chaius tast, thunce 10 chains somh, thonce 40
chaius *ftt*»t. thencu Wi chains north to point ot
commencement, containing 840 acres moru or loss,
Datud February 8th, 1907,
we-l feb U
Per U. tJumuer, Agent, -gy    A LEADER OF LEADERS
Right in the front rank of Corset successes—that is the
place " D. & A. has won.
When a line lms been a "leader of leaders" for twenty
years, enjoying steadily increasing sales, its convincing evidence
of quality, style, and absolute reliability.
A long felt want maid's corset waist for girls from 12 to 1;
years.    Wc have it.
The " I). & A." are suitable for any woman, any day, and
all the day—goud lo work in, walk in or rest in,
w  Try a paii and be convinced of its elegance, comfort and
g&iExtraU*ong3tlp' perfect fitting qualities—every pair guaranteed,
mmm0^j^^K0Bm*B0***tt*tt0t*&mamtmiM*tm0*mamt**mttiK*ttimtmitmm*^mtmBtttHm0m*am*&**mBi *m i
Our   Spring   Styles   of   " 1). & A." Corsets arc now to hand.    See   our window of
New Spring designs.   Wc have assortment here we are sure will please you.
u* ■mt0*i*#*t.u
»- v -wwir ..-* 1. *. a a/i < xusu .-r-.- < -a m
iliitnliitii|ii|ii*tiiliitni""iiit*f j
I Sore Hands
I and Faces
fa We have the nicest prepar-
*** ation yon have ever tried,
T called " Benzoin nnd Almond Cream." Only 35
cent! a bottle. It heals in
a night.
f Canada Drug & Book Co, |
Wednesday, Feb. 20—For 24 hours:
Moderate southerly and westerly
winds; unsettled and cloudy with ruin
or sleet; milder; temp., max, il deg.,
iuin. 32 deg.
j Hobson & Belli
(  Grocers, Bakers A Confectioners a
• •
To Buy a House.
To Rent n House.
To Jiuy Nice Building Lots
close in.
To Buy Splendid Fruit
I Kincaid & Anderson
rnuyiim.iML i*i.Ljiio:,g
Re-count of the Ballots Cast
in the Revelstoke Hiding—
Majority of  171 for
Thos. Taylor.
A re-count of tl.e ballots cast in the
recent |iiuvincinl elections, in the I
Kevelstoke riding was hold on Mm.day
with tlie lolloning
Ualuj  1
Big Eddy Mill....
Clauwilliam .    ..
Smith Creek, /
Hi- Bend   j
Strawberry Flat.
Hig lknil    1
Albert Canyon .
Hulls Banding . .
St. I.e.ni	
II .lev..M	
C -..;:..iliv	
Ah.lus' Hunch ...
Ilillnifin nnd /
Beaton camp )
Wc, will finish Stock-Taking this week and we want to clean up quite a number
of iiiu*s and we have put prices where it should do it. Take a look in our window
and see what we have to show you.
Local and General.
Willis Armstrong has purchased the
Marceau ranch ol 20 acres situated on
the other side oi tlie Columbia river.
It is understood that Mr. Aylmer,
Dominion engineer, will make Revelstoke his headquarters and penna
nently take up bis residence here.
The curling challenge trophies and
individual prizes for the curlers this
year are on view in tlie window ol the
Ked Cross Drugstore, nnd make a
very handsome exhibit.
The Lamb-Watson Lumber Co. arc
making extensive additions to their
mill and premises nt Arrowhead,
laying d.nvu new track and otherwise
increasing their yard.
Heavy anowslides have occurred nt
Uanwiil-.am which delayed the west
bound train considerably this week
, :-.d a large gang oi men nre employed
in keeping the track clear in that
A ; isket social was held last evening in Selkirk Hall under the auspice**
.;'St. Andrew'* church, A pleasant
and varied enteitainment was provided, the hali being well tilled will.
pleasure seekers,
The iMidal premium list ui the
Britisli Columbia spring fair and
auction sale -,-i horses, cuttle, sheep
and swine to be held in iiueen'n Park,
Mew Westminster, B.C., on March 20,
ill and 22 has just been published and
. mprises 1 large number 0! cl sses
where handsome pri/.- ..:•■ - Ui r. :.
Th<- entries in • very clam c - n
March 2. The i.,ir this spring pr....
if.-! to be the i.io.-i luocwslul ol an)
A special committee of the Federn
house at Ottawa snt on Monday to
consider the readjustment of tlie cm
stituenoies ol Saskatchewan nnd
Albert!*, on the basis of the last census.
Under the arrangement proposed,
Saskatchewan will have ten constituencies nnd Alberta aevcii.
The British embassy at Washington
is now the best paid post in the
Britisli diplomatic service, tlie salary
0! the ambassador having been raised
with the appointment ol James Bryce
to $50,000 .1 year. Mr. Bryce is also
given $10,000 to pny tl.e expenses of
establishing himsell in the embassy,
The police have been kept busy ol
late in ridding the town ol undesirables nnd disturbers ol lhe common
pence nnd ninny hoboes who took it
into their heads to coins to Revelstoke nnd upset the harmony of the
citizens, have been dealt with very
severely nnd received prompt nnd
effective marohing orders that will
cause them to think twice before they
ever venture to return here again.
Charles I-l. Anderson, of the C, B.
llunie & Co.'s slnll' hns purchased the
Maple Leal Dairy business Irom J.
Mel'h.iil and will curry 011 the business
from the 1st ol .March. Mr. Anderson
has had 12 years experience in the
dairy husiness in Chicago.
Tl.e lirsl automobile that will ever
"chufc" in Kevelstoke was lauded here
today and will be put into commissi...
by the editor, shortly. The auto is
.me of tin- Oldsmobile pattern oi
American manulacure. the "Olds'
having a world-wide teputation, The
machine is a two-seater of 7^ horse
Business Locals
Multiple p. st cards reduced to i I r
■10 cents fit B. „ ' Di j. St.
Fn -:   smoked  Halibut,   K
II Mackerel ...nl   Hull   -  11  1
tC B.llnn    t;C
jiiiKuii .nd Anderson
Real Estate and Insurance Agts.
Proposed Bonspiel for Revelstoke.
A meeting of the executive wns held
Monday alternoon for the purpose of
considering tl.e advisability ol holding
a bonspiel here this winter. Alter due
cotiRiileriition it wna decided to do so
on Friday nnd Saturday ot this week,
and invitations were wired to the
curlers nt Aslicroft, Vernon, Enderby,
Summerland,Kelowua,Trout Lako and
Golden, Since this action wus taken
however, tlie weather hns turned so
soft that tl.e bonspiel has been declined off ior the present and the clubs
invited have been notified accordingly,
Hue. i ihe chief objects of t ie pn -
p ..-eil bonspiel was ihe holding ol ..
meeting of tbe clubs represented lor
the purpose "i organising a branch
assooiation ...' the Royal Cal.
Curlii g Club, there being -1. ugl
olubs in the district t" .1-- ii;;>. who
[ar n m. ved, for all pi tics
purpose, iron Kossl ind, tb.
. ■: .-.mm ■ .' th. K ei
Hit ■ .-
... ibs inl
hou Id I      -    ■ j   ■■
reek so tbat
bad ol holding h
The soft spell has
I ■   . .   1 ■.
ployed tl
'l    '. l|    i  •ri-    M   b   -
Total  209      111       .1-10
Tendered ballots—I.
Spoilt ballots—15.
Removal of Duty in Shipments
to the United States Will
Make  Difference to
Tlie removal of the duly on zinc by
the United States will have 11 beneficial
ell'ect upon many Slocan properties
Foremost is the Lucky Jim near
Knslo, whose owner bus much ore in
hand. It is calculated the difference
in the cost of smelling will net tl.e
owner, George Hughes, .111 additional
$20,000 profit. There are several
other zinc mines in the Knslo and
Ainsworth districts which will probably profit by this new ruling. Among
these arc the United at Ainsworth,
which possesses 11 lnrge zinc body,
und the Bluebell, just opposite, which
property is now erecting a commodious mill. Tho La Plata mine will
now find it profitable to save its zinc;
tlie Bosun nt the head of Slocan Luke
will also l.e more favorably sitnnted
ns will also the Hewitt and the Slocan
Star, while the Ruth may become a
heavy shipper.
On ihe other hund it is possible
unless a zinc b unity is granted tlmt
tl.e works at Fernie, erected by the
Canada Metals Company as a zinc
smotter, wiil imve tu be abandoned
:in.I .. new industry l.e therefore forced
out of Ciuadn uud give employment
to many hundred men in the United
Slates io lieu.
15c. Flannelette
hr 10c.
These arc some of the prettiest designs
shown for Wrappers, Kimonas, Dressing
jackets, etc., and the price is tlie lowest you
have yet been offered,
Sse Our Corsets
V.: a loi of old styles, but nearly all last
season's, in White and Grey. Some have
hose supporters, They sold at Si.00 and
$1.25.    Voin* choice for 75c.
Have vou had a look at our Remnant
Counter. There are some bargains there lor
you. Goods of every kind at about half their
regular price.
Ladies' Waists
Wc have a lot of these in all kinds of
materials, Black Satin, Flannelette, French
Flannel, Cashmeres, Lustres, etc. They sold
at many different prices, but they all go at
one price now.     $1.00 each.
Laces ana Embroidery
You will soon be at your spring sewing
and will want' Laces and Embroidery, and
wc have put out a lot of both of these goods
at bargain prices. They are good quality
and good patterns, but you may not be able
to match them in edgings and insertions—
but look at the price—50. and 10c.  per yard.
Revel toke Steam Laundry
i.:...'.-.I.... g toannounce
.. 11 1.. ready to resume
h -:i. -- io;   Monday  next.   Feb.
* - laundry will Benin
1-i-i--.     The
- .-.i    will.
■ -. - milar   to llm-..
■ bread   and   milk
■ . ;'-.)■ cash.
hill  tight  loi   .in-*- * .' the I  * , will I..
Lithert..    bell.    The    railways   ..    special, Tho union, and Marca Vuoltn t  catch hi.
offering specie rates lor stock   ■-.:..-- are ahead ol all otherB 1 *.■!.:     i;
Rovol6toke Cigars   Union  Made   Our
id vi.-.t..
thi      ' -
oi     tin-
Pointed Paragraphs
Till-. S< li.N'i If i'i   I.
-  ■ ■-.- -.,.   lest  a-,.I
■ know .!. -> -.
■ ie ■■• li ,:- ..n.i .liein-
:. .'* .... in . "..lunation,
.-.na 10 -, ible to combine
them corre. il) and in proper
I. i* important to vou that
vour prescriptions .'in- filled
■    *.' wh,. know how.
We pridi ours, Iv. - on our
knowledge "i prescription
Phm, B.
Druggi.t nnd Stationer.
Mail orders promptly attended
.-,   and tnpeil ....
i'bc toll
C. Im llv -     |   . ,   ■     .      i:  -., .   .
* , l\ Polio
  I). Nn       kip, 12  .1. H.
I..      M.I..
We have several pieces uf tapestry
carpet left that wu are offering at exceptionally low prices. O. li. Hume
A-. Co
Get a pound package ol Eaton Hurl
but- pnjier, 50c, nt. Bews' Urn.; Store.
TjlOUND-A gold watch on the Olh
JJ of January last near the postnflice
Kevelstiiki'; ovvnei can hnvo the same
by identifying property ..ml paying
for Ihis notice. Oni-respond wilh ,1.
II. Woolsey. Matakwn, B. O,
nLAIN.ind OriiaiiHint.il Plastering
L Artificial ..tone ol nny design for
building put poses. Cement nnd concrete'work taken by contract or diiy
w.n-k.   Applv ..I Nail-Herald office,
WANTED-GirlforGeiH'ral House
work, fninily 6£_ thn?
1... good plain cook.   Wag.
month.   Mm. T. T. LODOATE.
15 per
ANTED—Furbished Rooms with
private   fninily     for    young
Apply the Maii,-IIi-hai.i>.
WANTED—A single mnn require
well heated, comfortable room
ANTED-A singb
Replies   to  MAIL
without   board
Herald Olliee
tTTANTED—An apprentice to the
\V Drug business. Apply to W.
Bews, druggist nnd stationer.
WANTED-By  tb.* day, n scrul
woman for the Hospital. Wages
$1,50. Apply to the Matron, Hospital,
TTTANTED- Hy young man, asetuf
W books u. keep during spare
hours, npplv at Ibis office.       fill 'll
Notlci 's hereby given IhrttUOilayg from ilnio
l intend to -apply lo tin* II ono urn bio ilm Ohio!
Commissioner ol' audi! it mi Works fur rmpeisinl
license to cut nml curry a win timbor troin ili
following 'loi-riii-il landa situated on Oaleua
Uny, West Kootenay distriot:
l.   Ui-ninniiii! Ht ii posl planled 40 uu
north ol tbo Boutli-enst cornur u rim*, Bui
application, thonco hi cialns out, thunoo-SO
chainB south, ihence 80 ebains west, then©
clmins nortli to point M commencement.
2 Beginning at a post plunted 40 ohnins
norlh oi the south-east corner ol Chas lleek'r
application, tbonco 80 rhnius east, ihoneo tt
■imins smith, thoneo80 chains west, thenco80
thflltis norlh to poim u! commencement
iNiicil leb. loin,'lW)7,
feb ivm i HAS BK0K,
-.,. r* -.-.7.
' ■*■ -j.     - - - *
Notice' hori hy glvon Unit 10 dnya aflor ilnto
11.ill-mi lo apply lotl.oOI.leI Coinn.Wonorof
I .in,M .on.  Wii.l,-...i-n special licenso to cut
mi carry awny iiiiiI.it from tlio following
.li -Mil,.it land, situated In   >V.-t  1...... iy
. ir.
domnioni hit* nl . iiohI ..Inntcil.... tho l.l .Hon
 ■ -if,  ;■ . I'uliiUiitlinnrkoil"VV,
OlllllW.fSl UO. IN I Ml, lln- 'lh
loflll ..-. III. I,, i-.-..*!   Iljl  .ll.lI'lM .In- ..IT-in llll
.I...in     -.- or h-» In luko slioro, tlionco
,   I  ...... I. ..... Im |.oI|.| o|. .ilii!ll|.|ir.-!llr]ll.
Unlet l.l.  lltli, IHI,
el. ii IV, 1', OOII.VIK,
_  W, 'it-
Views of British Canners met
by Ottawa Government.
M    ii  • ,   '.   lira,
'   " : the lint j g x T E N 8 I 0 N   OF  time
That section or olaui. in llie Pure
Food Dill now before the  Dominion
ll mi-.i- .-; 0 ■..iii.iii- ..!i, -I, provided
fi, ilu- stamping of ..II canned ..:-- d
with the dato ..i their preparation l.ns
ken expunged according to informa* Former Winnipeggers and Hugh
''" "•','i**'1 "- -11' i canning in-    Sutherland Made a Good
ti . -i-.    Communicati. us    to   this
Sale of Stock.
effect havo been received Irom Hon.
William Templeman and Mossrs,
Sloan, ,M.-I'l..-rs...i ami Konnedy,rnem-
b. rs ol the house, Strung opposition
to the stamping ol canned goods with
1     . i.   .
HM    - I
-,  . . ■ for tl
:  .     . [;.
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.. Ll
.illnr .In...
i tl. nil
mm di -. I-. h, 111—Mike Carlin nnd
[.'red Jones, ol  the  Columbia   i: - i
Number C pany, havo jusl returned
from   Winnipeg,    They, along *i(h
the date ol the filling ol thc cans de   ,. ,gh Sutherland, of Winnipeg, held
vcloped   in   British   Chunl.i,., the v m| „ third interest ol stook of the
salmon dinners makingjstrong repre-
c ..ipi.ny.   It Is understood they have
sentmions against the provision.   It B0]d thia third to a  Duluth  llrm  (or
wus pointed out by salmon canncraL , „ m),,|on CMhi    .,-,„, „t|„,r.w„
that thoir goods never reach tho oon- th|r(]8 lntorM|. tl! ,ti||  heW  by  Mr
sinner, till the yenr after packing anil wi)|i|im MoKenile) „( Toronto,
in the market ol the L'uitcil Kingdom . _ .
it would be impossible to convince
buyers of the freshness ol lish  in  u Northern Spy,  Unwett and  Groon-
your old puck, ing apples, ut C, B. Hume & Go's,
24 Brown Leghorns and Two
Cockrell Chickens
PRICE $1.00 Each
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Mm,, ilu. niiiliiy i.f |.-i-hriuiry, I'.nif.
wod lob W Locator,.
to take advantage nf the many useful
and handsome articles that wo are,
oll'erllig iu our sale of Clocks, Cut
Glass, Table .Silver, Watches, Jewelry,
and Novelties,
Our prices have been reduced on
nil these articles, which are an fait
for wedding ot birlhuiiy gifts, or for
use ui your own home,
Don't forget our Optical Department, We make a specialty of thut
und we. guarantee satisfaction,
Artificial Eyes tested.
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first 1 Op.
Dwelling and Lot, Second Stteot     .... $2,000
Dwelling ..nil Lot, .Second Street  1,700
llw.-lliug uiul Lots, Third Street  4,200
Dwelling and Lots, (cotnot) Fifth Street      .     . ,   3,20(1
Double Cornor, Second Strool, near Y.M.C.A,         . (WO
Lots on Second St., east of .McKen/.ii Ave., each   . .     250
Lutis nn Third St., ensl of .McKenzie Ave., each   ,    , .200
Lots on Fourth St., enst of McKomilo Ave., each   . .     175
Lots on Fifth St,, east of .McKenzie Ave,, each   .    . .lull
Having just received a large shipment of I'ipes, Imported
(lignrs, eunlecliiiiieiy, stationery and Tubacco, wo are now prepared to till ynur orders witii the highest grade goods at the lowest
prices in tl.e City,
You Can't Get
Away From It
—the (net that Howson's Carpels
nnd llugB rank with the highest ol
Imported and domestic brands,
And then tho wny we weave in
willi ...ir high-art lloor coverings,
the thiend of hunt-st pricing I
There isn't a householder or
tenant in town who can afford to
overlook this establishment.
R. Howson & Co.
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