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Array Yuu cun pay luor.., bul cnn not
buy purer or better MINERAL
WATER thun "HALCYON"
Vol. 13,-No 83
REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCTOBER 23, 1907
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
The
Slater
Shoe
f.     * The Seal op Certainty "     T\
\^' Q0OPlrEAJLV*gLT*3EWK 'J
Men 11   For Font Comfort. Easy Walking nnd Shoe
Economy, wear the Sinter Shoe.
We nre exclusive agents for this Section of B. 0. for tbe
Sinter Shoe.
Men's Corona Colt Patent, the acme of enameled leather,
Fur n Dressy Shoe there is no Shoe tu equal this. We have
them in the new cuts, all sizes.       ,       .        .      $5.50
Men's Vici Kid, the finest polishing leather to be hnd
litiliiii.rnls, nnd Blucher cuts, all widths and sizes nt $5.00
Railroad Shnes.—We make a specialty of Boots nnd
Shoes for Railroad men. Wc have Oil Tan and Waterproof Boot with viscilized sole, thnt cannot be beaten for
comfort nnd hard wear. They come in both laced and
elastic sides.
Bargains In Jardinieres
A round-up of nbout thirty Beautiful Jardinieres, They
are beautiful Ware. Among them nre the well knnwn
designs Royal, Kent, Avon, Tiber, Iris, etc., in bnndsnme
coloriugs nnd pattern. We are clearing the lot at a sacrifice. Thc prices are very attractive now. They run down
fron. $4-00 to 95c.
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
ST0RE8 AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
Fall Goods Arriving Dally.    Dressmaking and Millinery Rooms, 2nd! Floor
l|n|i ill ifi ijl (tnll ill ijl itl'M"!
STOVES
If yuu want tn get the best
see nur stuck.
Over 50 Heating Stoves to
select from nnd over 25 Cook
Stoves to mnke achoice from.
We hnve over two carloads
of Stoves nnd Furnaces on
our Floor and in our warehouse,
We buy the best nnd cnn
^ive you'the advantage of our
extensive buying.
We onlv buy from the Iiest
Stove makers in Cnnada.
We are showing Airtight
Heaters from $350 up. See
our line before purchasing.
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LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Dealers in Hardwire, Btoves tnd Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's  ty
and Sawmill Supplies, eto., Plumbing aud Tinsmithing. ty
At A% At At A* A At At A. A* A. At A* A» A its i'f, -fri At A, A* A. A. Ji A» A.
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PURE  LUMP
COAL
H.U. COTTRSIEIR
r
*
A GOOD INVESTMENT
Well Built seven room house with
verandah, (four bedrooms), good cellarage, wash house and sanitary arrangements. All modern improvements and
fittings and everything in the best condition.
Large well kept garden, contains 12 fruit
trees on two 25x100 ft. lots, convenient to
centre of city and C.P.R. shops. All for
81,000 Cash and balance of $2,300
by very easy quarterly payments. Best
buy in the city.      :      :      :      :      :
S;K",:   W. H. HUMPHREYS
Box 704
Revelstoke
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THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Avoid Fine - Hindoos Tabooed
-Morocco Affair - Kipling
Again — Dominion Elections
Riot Aftermath,
Chicago, Oct. 23.—The Standard
Oil people huve prepared 25 points on
which they propose to overthrow tho
$211,000,000 line ol Judge Landis on
an appeal.
Ottawa, Oct. 23.—The government
ii forwarding a letter to tlie Indian
Olliee at London, asking that representations be made to Bombay looking
to the carrying out ol Canada's request
that all possible steps be token lo
limit or discourage tbe immigration
ol Hindoos to Canada.
Nuw Wkstminstf.r, Oct. 23.—The
lirst women prisoner to be placed in
the penitentiary at New Westminster
lor two years arrived here yesterdny.
She is Mrs. Rose Wharton, of Ravel-
stoke, sentenced to serve two years
and six mouths for committing an
assault which resulted in bodily harm.
She will be taken tu Edmonton in
a few days to serve her sentence.
Tangier, Morocco, Oct. 23.—Southern rebels have overthrown the imperial army and captured the com-
inunder and chief ol artillery. A
French reconnoitering party was
ambushed and destroyed, ltaisuli,
because ol French interlerence i8
killing Kaid Sir Harry McLean by
inches.
Ottawa, Oct. 23.—Rudyard Kipling
belore the Canadian club yesterday,
said that Canada's solution of the
Oriental question is immigration from
tbe mother country.
Ottawa, Oct. 23 —A proclamation
wai issued today by the State Department, summoning parliament to
meet on November 28 for the despatch
ol business. This in all likelihood will
be tbe last session of the present
parliament, as the general elections
will, in all probability, take place
about tbis time next year.
Vakcouver, Oct. 23.—Mackenzie
King, deputy minister of labor, is here
to investigate the claims of Japanese
and Chinese lor damages during the
recent riots,
EARLY HOUSE
Provincial Legislature to Meet
in January.
VANCOUVER, Oct. 21.—Premier McBride stated today that the legislature
would be summoned tor January 10th,
the lurmal announcement appe ring
in the near future. All members ot
the executive have been summoned to
Victoria to make ready for thr program and tl.e first 1.lectin for that
purpose will be held this week. The
premier states that while the lull
prog-11111 is uow in process ol formation it is certain that several items
will be pressed. The Coal Mines
Regulation Act will be specially dealt
with, as under the existing provisions
the privilege of working underground
il dependent on an examination and
one hundred Chinese have already
passed the requirements,
The university bill, carrying an endowment oi two million acres ot land
and regulating the control ot the institution will also come up.
TO BUILD KOOTENAY CENTRAL
GOLDBK, Oct. 23 —According to the
latest reports the C I'.R. appears to l.e
preparing to construct a part of the
Kootenay Central Railway from here
to Fort Steole. Fifteen or twenty
surveyors have been sent in on this
work.
A construction train ii heing made
up at Revelitoke and it is undentood
that a large part of the railway will be
under construction this lall aud will
be pushed through to completion as
last as possible.
The C.P.R. has considerable property in the Columbia Valley. Mr.
Bruce is there representing tbe C.P.
R. for the purpose ol superintending
the installation ol an irrigation
scheme similar to that at Calgary
which will render much more productive large areas ol thii great valley.
The idea ol the company is to encourage settlement and with this end in
view will push the work and make the
land available at an early date,
Don't wait lor thc cold map, come
in and lelcct a stove, we have over
two hundred to choose from, and wo
set them up ready to light—Lawrence
Hardware Co.
ARROWHEAD LIBERALS
Election of Officers and Committee.
The Arrowhead Liberal Association
held a meeting in their committee
room, Saturday, Oct. 19th, and elected
ollicers Ior the ensuing term.
Hon. Pres.—J. A. Maedonald.
Pres—Capt. W. J. Knne (re elected)
Vice-Pres— Dr. Elliot.
Ser.-Treas.—II. Johnson.
An executive committee 0! live wns
also elected.
ARROWHEAD
Krci.il our uwu ccirrsi-otnlenl..
Mr. Lamb and Mr. Mills, ol tbe
Lamb-Watson Lumber Co., are in
town paying 11 visit to their property.
The Fraternal Order ot Eagles held
their regular meeting Monday evening,
one initiation.
Horn to the wife of C. Dennison on
Sunday last, a bouncing baby boy.
Mother and boy doing well.
Mrs. Capt. Kane and children have
gone to Bellingham, Wash., on a visit
to her son, and will spend the winter
there.
Geo L. Reid, of Reid A Young, returned from Chicago and Ontario on
Monday.
ALL NEXT WEEK
The McAuliffe Stock Company
in Popular Plays.
Jere McAuliffe, who ie one of the
most talented and gifted comedians
playing in repertoire today, is at the
head ol the McAuliffe Stock Company
which is booked to appear at the Revelstoke opera house (or six nights and
Thursday and Saturday matinees,
commencing next Monday evening.
The supporting company are equally
well known and have been selected
Irom the foremost stock companies
and are said to be unusually clever
These are but a lew ol the telling
points ol an attraction that is justly
famed for its modern production of
famous plays. The euocess of this
organization iu the melodramatic
lield during the past few years has
encouraged the management to outdo
their previous efforts and as a result
the present combination is said to
surpass the productions of any similar
company. ''The Daughter of the
People," with all its magnificent slage
settings will bo the opening bill Monday evening and each ot the ten
scenes will be given entire, with all
special scenery, electrical and mechanical effects the same as the original
production. High cluss specialties
will be introduced between the acts by
Jere McAuliffe in an entire new line
oi parodies. Al. N. Wilsen, the world's
greatest Ventriloquist, introducing
little Willie Green. Fred Martelle in
the latest illustrated sons. Seats on
sale at Canada Drug & Book Store.
THIRD ANNUAL DINNER
Arrangements are well in hand Ior
the third annual Thanksgiving Dinner under the auspices ol Kuox
Church Auxiliary. The success
which has attended this popular
affair in the past will doubtless be
repeated ou the coming occasion ns
tl.e ladies ol Knox Church have the
happy faculty of bringing to a successful termination anything which
they undertake. This year tho dinner
will take place in Selkirk Hallowing
to the fact that the Opora House had
been previously engaged lor Thanksgiving Day—October 31st. Tl.e dinner promises to outclass any previous
affair of the kind ever given in the
city, including nil thc dclicaoies of the
season, and served in the most appetizing manner, In addition to the
dinner there will be tho usual fish
pond, candy booth, llower table, nnd
fancy work table. A splendid programme will also bo rendered at intervals during the evening.
SAWMILL FOR KAMLOOPS
Another sawmill is to bo ereotcd at
Kamloops. The Sentinel has inside
information to this effect, though not
at liberty at present to give names.
Tl.e men behind tho enterprise are
lully capable ol operating on a large
scale.
Timber limits Irom whioh to draw
a supply of logs have been gradually
and quietly acquired and thougli
nothing may be done in tho way ol
mill construction for a few months,
Kamloops will in ull probability have
a third mill running next summer.—
Inland Sentinel.
GREATER
CANADA
Numerous Islands Annexed to
the Dominion by Captain
Bernier as a Result of the
"Arctic's" Trip.
Q0EBE0, tine, Oct. 22.—The Arctic,
looking none the worse lor tlie long
voyage through the far northern bciis,
slowly sle.inied intu port this morning.
Many people werc on hand to see the
somewhat quaint looking cralt as she
sailed up tlie river ami dropped anchor opposite the marine department
wharf. Though busy with endless details, which iuul to ho looked to itfte.
so long a voyage, Capt. Bernier accorded a few niin.itcB conversation to
a Western Associuted 1'resB reporter.
"I have covered some 11,000 miles
ol sailing since I left here in July,
11)00," said the captain. "The voyage
has been on tlie whole nn eventful
one. Tl.e work of annexing the various islands iu the Iar north and adding them to tl.e Dominion ol Canada
was carried out, and a large area ol
new territory now rests under the
Canadian flag as a result ol the Arctic's trip.
OPERATORS' PAY
C.P.R. Telegraph Officials Now
Adjusting Scale of Wages.
Winnipeg, Oct. 22.—C. P. R. superintendents of divisions who have been
in the city Ior some days in connection
with the demands of the telegraph
operators for more pay, have left for
Western points.
It line beeu fully agreed to make an
increase to the telegraphers of fourteen
per cent, all round, with extra pay for
Sundays, aud the superintendents are
now looking alter the individual increases requiring their attention.
There is a regular schedule of wages,
but the amount of work to be done
differs very much at different points.
The operator at a small station along
the line would not have nearly as
much to do as oue at a terminal poiut,
so that some uperatnrs have been getting more than others, aud it is the
increases in such cases as these that
are now being adjusted by the superintendents. It is (or this purpose
they are now making a tour of inspection.
They agree with Mr. McNicoll that
it is the largest advance ever made for
any organization, and .with the pay
for Sundays will mean not fourteen
per cent, increase, but about twenty-
three per cent.
CURLERS ORGANIZE
A meeting of the Revelatoke Curling Club was held last night at the
City Hail, aud judging by the large
number in attendance, curling this
year iB going to be an even more popular pastime than last season. H. N.
Coursier took the chair. Tho financial report was read and showed that
the finances ol the club were in good
shape, with substantial assets, The
following officers were elected:
Hon.Pres,—C. F. Lindmark.
Pres.—J. H. Jackson.
Vice-Pres.—C. It. Maedonald,
Treas.—A. E. Itose.
Sec—A. Y. Anderson.
An executive committee waB appointed consisting ol Messrs. C. M,
Fiold, J, P. McLennan and G. H.
Brock. Prospects for tl.e coming
season wire discussed and the meeting
adjourned.
 . ^* .
LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST
The voting since last Saturday hai
nut been su one-sided, the ballots
being more evenly distributed. The
last two counts have shown spoiled
ballots, or coupons not bearing the
name oi any institution for whicli
they may be intended, thus depriving
somo ol quite a lew ballots, Tho following is lip till midnight last night:
Fire Hall No. 2  74826
Y. M.C, A  01553
Knox Chinch  30970
St. Poter's Church    6628
Methodist Church    21)111
Public School.     2765
Catholic Church    10-13
Masonic Lodge     880
K.ofP     625
Locomotive Engineer!....    620
F.O.E     620
Hospital      534
1.0. K     530
I. 0.0. F     430
Machinists       340
Brakemen     250
Firemen C. P. tt      160
Spoiled votei—70,
BOURNE BROS.
DON'T BE CROSS
if when cooking you
get poor results, it
may not be your fault
but the fault of the ,
ingredients you have
used.      Buy   your
GROCERIES
from us and you will
find  everything absolutely fresh,  pure and   satisfactory.     In the end it is
cheaper to buy really good Groceries.
CALL AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK
Of Stoves, Ranges and Heaters. These bave juit arrived; they are not
old stock, kept over, but NEW witii all the latest improvement! and
they arc MkCLARY'S.
CHINA AND GLASS DEPARTMENT
We have in our China and Glass Department s well assorted stock ol
Everyday and Fancy China. 8ce our showing of Toilet Sels snd
English Tea Sets. Odd pieces in Dinner Sets at bargain prices, get
nt these before they are all gone.
GROCERIES     HARDWARE     STOVES     PLUMBING
Bourne Bros.
HOUSE
BARGAIN
We have a signed agreement permitting us to sell
a certain property on McKenzie Avenue at a figure
$400 below actual value, good until Oct. 26, 1907.
The property comprises one and a half lots, seven*
roomed plastered house, summer kitchen, woodshed,
stable, fencing, etc.
The priqe is $1800. $700 cash, balance on mortgage. Will rent for $22 per month. A responsible
contractor has estimated the value of the buildings alone
at $2,000.   The land is worth $500.
Investigate the proposition at once as it is only
good for a short time.
B
Offices :—Molsons Bank Building.      Telephone 31
DEALERS   IN
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and^Shoes, Etc.
AGENT  FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office - Toronto, Ontario.
lirHi.cl.as ia the Profitless nl Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan,
Britiah Colombia, OMr.rio, yoebec.
Oapltal Authorised        ■       -       -        110,000,000.00
Oapltal Paid Up ....   •4,S3o,ooo.oo
Reserve Fund ....       •e.SSe.ooo.oe
D. tt. Wilkie, President 1 Hon. R. Jaffbat, Vlce-PreiidenU
A General Banking Business Transaoted.
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United Statei and
Europe.   Special nttention given to Collections,
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit and credited
quarterly. 	
Revelstoke Branoh, B. C.-A. E. Phipps, Manager. Hbe n&afMbevalb.
HI IILISHKD WEDNESDAY AND BATUR
DAY AT
ItEVELSTOKE. B.C.,1
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Murphy,      Haroiji Fisher
/.lLI.AN A ELLIOTT.
l; Mi.-'-f-!Solic-ii f- bt'
REVKWTOKE tsn Ili". I LAKE It 0.
c. b.gii.u> J C, Kuiorr,
IL
ABVET, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
BARRISTERS, BOL10IT0RS, KTC.
Omen: Im-brui, Bass Block, Hkvki,-
>SToKli, B. C.
Mor..j '.o loan, 	
Offices: Revelsloke, B.0,1 Cranorooli, H.I.
BtO. 9, McCaKTKK,
A, M    I'.S'lillAM, J. A. IlAltVlfV.
Rerelstoko, B. ('.      Cranbrook H.c.
8
J, M. Scott l.L.L. \V, 1. BrlKKH
ICOTT   AND   BRIGGS
B.vHRif-TEItfs, S..L1C1T..IIS, ETC.
Money to Loan
solicitors for -m..i.s..ns bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C,
.!
AS. A. McFARLANE
ASSAVER i CHEMIST
Assay ol all ores,  Samples by mall or express
' receive prompt attention.
Terms Moderate.
Addbesi     •     •    •    Box in Kaslo, B. C.
TtOBERT .SMITH
il
Ptoviiici.il Lund Surveyor,
Mine Suiveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Bux lud, Revelstoke,
c
(0LIN CAMPBELU
Pboviscial Assaveb ,. CHEMIST,
S'OTABV PUBLIC, ETC,
NEW DENVER, B.C*     P.O.Box 10
nliWAKli A. HAGGEN
MINING ENGINEER
(Member American Institute of
.Mining Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstoke, B. 0.
Mine Management, Examinations
nnd Reports.
Reports compiled. Plans nnd Blue
Flints of Land, Timber Limits, Mines,
Mills and Buildings prepared in shape
for submission to prospective Investors
or purchasers,
both are debused, the relations botween the sexes becoming strained
wanting in sympathy and mutuality
ol interest. In motherhood and the
maintenance ol pure ami healthy domestic and iccial conditions, woman
has a sphere which "ill tan every
talent and oapaoity she possesses,
accordingly it is unlair and cruel to
expect her (except under special Condi'
ti ni*) I., compete with iiinn in the
active, aggressive business ol life,
which it is liis duty to assume in the
interest ol the family and the State.
As it is. owing to the lower remuneration whicli they will accept, females
are employed in many pursuits which
disincline and unlit theni for domestic
life, becoming m.uiish in their ways
and ideas, they lose all feminine giace
and gradually drilt into the tcrap
heap of unsexed and barren sisterhood.
Physical reasons also exist why women
should not l.e subjected to continuous
strain, but delicacy precludes thoir
discussi..ii.
II present tendencies are continued
accentuated, the cry of "Canada lor
the Canadians" will become a burlesque, for Canadians ol both sexes me
repudiating their naturl responsibilities by indulging  in  artificial  tastes
hich unfit them for domestic lile.
Too frequently when the marital
relationship is entered into, children
arc not welcomed parentage, being
evaded by unhealthy, if not immoral,
preventives. As n consequence many
women become heartless and sell-
indulgent, seeking pleasure in vulgar
ostentation ol drew and giving and
going to showy afternoon teas, or having their childless homes they indulge
in it round oi visiting, haunting railways, steamboats and hotels, until
discontented and tired ol their insane
existence they become nervous wiesks
curse to themselves and society. In
Ontario, the 1'reniicr Province of
Canada, lhc birth rate is about
twenty-two per 1,000, whicli is only a
fraction above that of France, where
vigoroiiB steps are being taken to arrest national decadence. In Canada
tlie degeneration o! the native-born
population is observed by the large inrush ol immigrants, but it exists, and
the cry ol "Canadians ior Canada"
must bo enforced liy a reversion to the
old time Canadian life, when sous and
daughters were the pride ol their parents and a source ot natural strength.
—A Canadian in the News Advertiser.
Miss M. E. CREIGHTON
TEACHER OK PIANO, VOCAL
HARMONY CO0NTBRP0INT, nc.
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations.
STUDIO-At  Mrs,  J.  C.   Hutchison's.  Con-
caucht Avenue.
Zbc flDaiMberalb
" 1 '.vou.il . . . earnestly advise thorn Ior
their Kood to order this paper lo be punctually
served up. and to bt- looked upon as a partol
the tva equipage."—Addison.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23,1907
CANADIANS FOR CANADA.
New that hostility is being evinced
by a section of our population toward
Orientals coming to our shores to aid
iu tlie c-jiistruction of roads, railways
and development of our latent resources, it would be well, independent
ot the danger ol international complications re=ulting irom our actions, to
ask ourselves the question whether
our sicial and industrial relations are
oi such a character as to warrant tlie
supposition that native-born citizens
will be produced in sullicient numbers
to occupy the immense domain ol the
Dominion. For tho last thirty years
we bave teen drilling away Irom old
principles resting upon respect lor
law. social and domestic order, industry and thrift, and iu their place
adopting a flippant smirtuesi hinging
upon shibboleths formulated by politics), economic and educational [adding whose high-flown theories are
ceived by the public as veritable
fetishes.
The educational system upon which
io much money and labor have been
bestowed, Ls. justly open to criticism,
lo: if us extension is accompanied by
a diminishing lecundity and a lowering of tl.e moral tone oi tl.e rising
generation, then its method., must 1*
defective, and in the public interest
sbuilid be altered. Ol recent years the
great ciy has been the necessity for
technical education to enable us to
compete with other nations. To attain this the faddists have not discriminated between tlie sexes, but
have insisted upon their co-education,
with the result that there is now not
only co-education, but alio competition oi the sexes, both being thrust
into the vortex ol commercial and
industrial competition. This is a
matter ol national importance, lor a
nation's womanhood is its greatest,
and in the last reiort its only asset,
Ior a nation cannot exist without a
virile maternity. Thc maintenance of
domestic und social lile ibould be the
object and aim ol every honest citizen
and clean-thinking man an.l woman.
To attain these endb the tastes, inclinations and (unctions ol each sex
should bc emphasized and perfected,
and not incrged'by competition until
LOCAL C.I'.R. SERVICE.
In spite oi the season heing practi
cally over there is however very little
diminution in the passenger traffic and
Irom all accounts the winter months
will see heavy business in that direc
tion. Now that the double train «er
vice lias been discontinued, the trains
are crowded to their utmost accommodation, and running in two section
which means practically the same ai
il extra trains were being operated.
It w.u generally understood that included in tho new winter time table,
there was to be a local train to the
coast in addition to the regular No.
97. This would have been of the'
greatest convenience to Kevelstoke
travellers, as departure could have,
beeu made during the day, and the \
long, Cold, wearisome waiting at night
lor late and delayed trains would be
avoided. It is dillicult tit distinguish
the difference between a double section
train and two distinct trains running
at different times of the day, and
when it is considered how far mure
convenient to the public this latter
Would be we fail to see why the service
cannot be remedied to suit the public.
The time has come when the local
needs ol British Columbia from a
transportation standpoint Bhould be
considered apart Irom transcontinental requirement, and the institution of
a speoial local service t" aud from Revelstoke and the coast during the winter month, could very well be brought j
about, ao that the trallic might i.ut
have to depend upon transcontinental
trains, whicli in the nature ol thing!
mult, nt times, be highly irregular.
This is a matter which will vitally
affect the citizens ol Revelltoko, and
the Board ol Tride ihould certainly
take up the question and point out to
the C.P.R. tbe necessity ol aspecial
service and the cause that the people
have lor complaint. As tl.e matter
will be of special interest and benefit
to Revolstoke aa a whole, we would
like to see the citizens headed by the
hoard ol Trade take steps to arrive at
some satislactory solution.
MUKUtN MUHUtK   IHIAL
Brutal and Revolting Crime is
Recalled.
Borden, Oot, 21.—The fall assizes
open here tomorrow, when the trial ol
Lawrence Gowland, who conlessed lo
tho brutal mutder ol Georgina Brown,
near Killarnoy on the alternoon ol
May 22nd last, will be the lirst case
belore the court.
The information wits laid against
the prisoner by chiel Charles Rooke ol
Onrtwright and the most important
witness wiil bojohn Brown, the unfortunate girl's brother, at whose
ho.i-e the deed was committed. Thc
orin o ccouned shortly alter noon on
May 22 on the farm of John Brown,
about three miles east of Killamey,
when his sister Georgina was murdered and her supposed niiiidcrcr Lawrence Gowland was seriously injured
by liis own hand, When Brown left
his home after dinner that day to
come to Kill.niey he lelt his sister,
who kept I...use for him, dressing,
getting ready to goto a neighbors, and
bis hired man sitting in the house.
When Brown wus d.iving away Gow-
land asked him what time he should
gotowcrk and Brown replied about
a quarter to two. When he came
back about 3 o'clock he found that
Gowland had not yet taken out the
team. On going to look for the man
he found him with his throat cut.
Thinking his Bister had gone to the
neighbors, he went to look for her, but
not finding her there, liis suspicions
were aroused und returning with one
ol bis neighbors they discovered her
in the bedroom with her throat cut
and ..lend All indications pointed to
the luct that Gowland had committed
tlie deed and this was afterwards
lound to le the case. It was also evident that she fought for her life as
there were gashes on her hands und
(ace other than the fatal wound, Gow-
hind's hands were also badly cut and
the razor used in tlie dreadlul deed
was broken, the blade being found on
the bureau in the girl's room nnd the
handle down Btairs. After committing the deed Gowland evidently
wandered all over the house in search
of some instrument to end his own
lile for blood stains ol wounded hands
were found in every room. At laat
lecuriug a butcher knile it appears hi
attempted to end his own life. Hs
only succeeded iu partly severing hii
windpipe. Coroner McKee and Dr.
Whyte dressed his wounds at the time
and to the coroner he made a confession ol the deed. Gowland is said
to be a Barnardo boy, having spent a
year on a farm at Russell, alterwards
working lor farmers north of Munitou.
He was considered by those who knew
him to be rather intelligent but possessed ol a violent temper. The
prisoner, who has been confined in
the Morden jail since May last, is said
to have suffered intense mental agony
since that time and is almost a wreck
of hit former sell.
Spocial, The Union, and Maroa Vuelta
are ahead oi all others.
SHANGHAI RESTAURANT
so mow A JIM SAM. Props,
Open Day and
Night
special attention given to
Supper Parti.« '. banqo'eti
Meals, 25c.      Meal Tickets, 45.50
OET   nn: ...   .   ■
OPPOSITE  V.  M.  i.   A.
Local RcvL.atoko
Socialist Party of Canada
Meets First .nnl Tlilnl .Veilneadaj. in tl.e monil.
in Selkirk 11.11. upstairs, atS ...tn.   Buhleoi Ini
ilisn.s-i.iii-*"Arraineiiieiil i.f   I'lltiitalisiu.'    Al!
interested are welcome.
C. W. 0. W.
Mountain Viow Camp, No. 220.
Meet, Second and Fourth Wednesdays in
each month, In Selkirk Hall. Visillnu Wood
men cordially Invited lo attend,
W, I). ARMSTRONG. Oo... Com.
J. MclNTYHK, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE AERIE No. 132
F. 0. E.
The regular mooting! are hold in the Selkirk
Hull overy Tuesday evelliutf at 8 o'clocf. Visit-
itn,' l.rttilin.ii tire cordially invited.
H. A. HROWN, Pbksidbst.
W.E. McLAUCHLIN.Secbbtabi
Kootenay Lodge No. 15 AF,* A.M.
Thu regular meet*
lug* are held in the
Masonic Temple,
iiiii Fellows Uall.on
the third Monday in
■mcli month at S
p.m. Visltlngbrtth
ret. cordially wel
come
C, A. ri.lll'UNIKlt. StiCltBTAItY.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO  12, 1.0.0. F.
Meets ivory Thursday
ovoning in Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'oleok.
'Visiling brethren cordially invited to attend
E, THIMBLE, N.G. J. MATHIK, Sf.c
Cold Range Lodge, K. ol P.,
No. 26, Reveletoke, B. C.
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY,
ex'-ept Third Wednesday oi
each nionlh, in tlie Oddlellt.wa'
Hall a. S o'clock. Vlaltlng
Knlghta are cordially invited.
T. \V. BRADSHAW, 0. C.
I}. H. BROCK, E. ol R, A S.
H. A. HROWN. M. ol F
H. VV. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Deer Heads. Aniinnlv liinla, Fish, jEtc.,
MOUNTED
Animal  Kn»s .Muiiutt-tl,
P 0.110x31.
Studio: Corner nf First St.. mul Boyle Ave,
Uiiv.i 1-t uke, 11   fl.
BRICKS! BRICKS!! BRICKS!!
The best Brick in the Province.
Well burnt Brick in huge nr
small quantities at Reasonable
Prices.
ENDERBY BRICK & TILE CO.
ENDERBY, B. C.
E. A. SPRING
HARNE88   AMD BOOT MANUFACTURER
Place your orders for your
Harness..—Hand-make Boots
and Fancy Leather Goods. . .
MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTENDEO TO
FIRST STREET
D. GALLICANO
Baker,
Confectioner
Crooer
ReBtauran*. and Furniihed Rooms
Meals from 250. Up.
Second Street - East End
THE SAME ONLY DIFFERENT
Running a newspaper is just like
running a hotel, only different, When
a mnn goes into a hotel and finds
something on the table that does not
suit Iiim, lie docs not raise I....Ies with
the landlord and tell him to stop his
hotel. Well hardly, lle sots that
dish aside und wades into the many
dishes thai suit him, I'ts different
with some newspaper readers. Thoy
lind un article occasionally that does
not suit them and without Stopping to
think it may please hundreds oi other
readers tbey make a grand stand play
and tell the editor how the paper
Bhould be run and what should lm
put in it. But such people are be-
comiug iewer evory year,
Lethbridge di (oa
Bewsre .1 yellow c u i i winch
claim others hsve th lethbridge
coal'   They lie      Yon can gel Leth
bridge coal from .ne source only, and
that is from its agency
Usee your orders *.tb me ind get
the real goods at W.5U pei ton lor lour
ton orders, weigh where you ploaic,
J. C. HUTCHISON,
AGENT,
James Evans
MEAT MARKET
Dealers in Beef, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and Game in
Season. Orders promptly attended to,
First St. Revelstoke
MEALS AT ALL
HOURS
U
White Help Only
Employed
IN
I'llE NEWSPAPER OF THE
GREAT CANADIAN WEST
THE
WESTERN
HOMESTEAD
WILL MAKE ITS FIRST APPEARANCE ON
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26
SEE THAT YOU GET A COPY.
%.
Office:  Dominion Building, Calgary, Alta.
a*
A HAPPY OLD AGE
depends greatly upon the retention
o( the sense of t, ..1,1. Oilier facilities mny lose Iheir vi or trom the
lapse of years, but il llie eyes call'
see, obi nge is not all .. regret. For
Ihis.c..s... ll.e jo.ithfiil ni.d middle
aged .liiiiil.l use every t'lulr.ivnr tn
preserve the eyes. .Many hat- Hum
through lhe use of l.npio|er glnsses,
If you hnve eye trouble consult, Has:-
ings, Doyle & All.uu, Ltd.
Hastings, Doyle & Allum
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHON, ■ FipST STREET
For Agricultural Implements. Carriages, Wagona Etc., John
Deere Ploughs, Mollne Wagona, Canada Carriage Company'a
Buggies, Planet Jr., Garden Seeders and Cultivators, Wheelwright and Blacksmith Work attended to. Horse Shoeing a
W Specialty. .
LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST
100 VOLUMES AND GASE
BELOW will be found the namei ol 10ms ot the progressive firms is
Revelstoke who make this most popular and liberal offer: Thii elegant
library and handsome case will be given by vote to the Lodge, 8ociety,
Church or School in Revelstoke securing the largest number ol votes in
the lollowing manner i The business men listed below will give with
EACH TEN CENT PURCHASE one vote. The contest begins Sept.
llth and ends Feb. 9th, 1908. A ballot box has been placed in the Canada
Drug it Book Store where the votes are to be deposited. At the close ol
the contest the church, school, society or lodge having the largest number ol votes will he awarded the library. Current accounts when promptly paid will be entitled to votes. Remember, votes can only be secured by
trading with the merchants listed below. Eaoh week tbe Mail-Herald
will announce the standing of the contestant.
The library and case are now on exhibition in the show window oi
C. B. Hume A Co.
j. HARRIS, Mm*..
0, B. HUME & CO.
Groceries,   Drygoods,    Crockery
Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
House Furnishings.
CANADIAN DRUG A BOOK
COMPANY, LTD.
P. BURNS A COMPANY
Meats, Etc.
Rilles, Shotguns. Ilnvolvers.
l-'f-lni,/ Tackle Tsnls, Hunting and Outing Bolls, Csnoss,
Boats, Typewriters and otll.e
Desk, Field and Open Olsssss,
All st lew then ball pi i e
Wm.- al ones for WgHit,
SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE
N, ifrigmak, >' 11 , C.na.1,1
E. W.B.PAGET
THE  "SAVOY"
Kin* Conlectionery, Ice Cream, Etc.
Ml'IIAII. & HORNELI,
BOURNE BROS.
Coupons given on Hardware only
H. McKlNNON
Cigars, Tobacco, etc.
HASTINGS, DOYLE A ALLUM
Jewelers.
INTERIOK PUBLISHING CO. List
Printers and Publishers.
Express
Draying
Storafe
Central Hotel
aa,     REVE1 STC.KF B. 0.
ABRAHAMSON  BROS.,  PROPRIETORS.
New ly built.    First-class in every respect.   All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rales $1.50 per Day. Sped I Weekly Rstei.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
Notiee to Contractors,
All Kinds of Light and H avy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES, PIANOS, KTC
Ilea      ... Wood, Ooal nnd Feed.
Phone 71.
House   I'hone
UKAI.KI. TENDERS, lupinorlbtd "Tcndim
n ior Look-up," win I... rocolvod at theoflloi
..film 1'iil.lie Works KuginciT, at Victoria, nn
or    (.r.fi.re   Saturday the 'Jllli  'lay (.1   Octn-
l».:r, I!.|7, for the creel lot. an.l completion of it
Look-up it Revolitoko,
riai.H, Rpoolfloattonii oonlrsot and forms ol
tender may 1... seen.... and nflrr tin- 711, ilny of
October, 1007, at ti... 0111..0 nl tho Oovernmeni
Agent, Uitvul.tnk.., „r hi lliu l,tu,ils nnil Works
Department, Victoria, [1..;,
ROBT, iiDlil.i.N,
Oevfrnment Agent.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
■Jash Prices Paid
F.   B.  WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
(.icrars,   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT    ST02TE     PROP.
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Iiest brands ol Wines, Liquorsand Cigars. Travellers to
Fish. Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Motel,
OHIEF YOUNG,        -        •       Proprietor
Niviuini nm
First-Class Clover ...id Timothy Hay for sale. Also al
kinds of Garden I'rudu.e.
'•3-1
WAH CHUNG
telephone 29.
Front Street,    Revelstoke
THE MONEY SAVING
WORK-SAVING SOAP
That's Royil Crown kind-
made is Vancouver— Largest
Soap Factory west nl Winnipeg. Houie cleaning and
washingnreeasy with itihelp.
And the money saving .1 the
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give lor
Itoyal Crown Wrappers. Send
for it—Free—Alio try the
Soap,
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
VancoRvtr, B. C
f, m
fit lift
I have many enquiriei lor
Fruit Lands Irom Winnipeg,
Toronto, and Vancouver. Persons dtsiring to il'ipon. ol
their holdings, large or sn...II,
will do well to lid thn.. will,
me. Correspondence solicited.
Jas. I. Woodrow.
cementTblocks
Miiiiiifuftiired for nil olnnsos of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All kinds of .building and plastering
uudortdkeii.
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
YOU MUST ACT
=AT QNCE=
In order lo sceure one of Our
ORCHARD and GARDEN
HOMES at FRUITVALE, B.C.
In the centre of the Southernmost and Warmest vulley in
B.C., West Kootenay, for
$10 down  and $1(1 per
month for 10 acres,
WB GUARANTEE
To pay all year expanaea and refund
YOUR  MONEY
If our land and whole proposition
is not exactly as we represent it.
Ynu can mnke from $400 to $700
per acre annually growing fruiti
and innrket gardening. Every tract
is either level or gently siopin.'.
The soil is loam with clny subsoil.
Free from rock, Ample rainfall.
Fine healthy climate. Cool in summer. Zero weather in winter practically unknown. No early or late
frost, danger. Plenty of timher on
each tract fnr buildings, fences and
fuel. Ench tract fronts on a rond,
nnd every true! within hiilf-mile of
main line of It. R, Title is perfect.
We own one-Hfth of the good bind
In the whole Kootenny nnd make
these terms so that you will tie able
to use your surplus funds improving
your land. We refer to three of the
strongest Banks in Canada. Write
quick for maps, etc., and testimonials of settlers nt Fruitvale.
KOOTENAY ORCHARD ASSOCIATION
Nelson, R. C.
BULBS
From France, Holland and
Japan
SEEDS! TREES!
PLANTS!
FOR FALL PLANTING
reliable varieties at reasonable prioei.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, ete.
Oldest established nuriery ou the
mainland of B.C.  Catalogue Iree.
M. J. HENRY'S
NUR8ERIE8
OIIINHIUIIIANS SBUNHMI VAalMVIIM.
DON'T
MAIRRY, DOOTOR IT
despair. "Don't do a
ih.nf " till you see dearly
whats best by aid of
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
on health, disease, love, marriage and parental!
Telia whal you'd ask a doctor, but don't liko to
210 panes, illustrated, to oonb.; but to Introcl a.ie
it we mind one only to any adult (or postage,
10 cents.
M HILL, PUB. 00.
110 lut JSth Sir..., NSW YORK,
NOTICE-
Kovrlstoko Und Distriot,
Diatrict of Weat Kootenny.
Tako notice that 'amen P. Kennedy, ef Illecillewaet, II. 0., Miner, Intends la apply for a
■puiliil limber llconse ovor the lollowlng doscribod landa:
('..iiiint.nr.inu at a post planted on tho north
bank of tl.o north-east lork of Downlo Croek.
ahout six milos above tho forks and markod
"Joines 1*. Kennedy's 8 W, cornor," thenoe 10
chains north, thonoo oast 160 ohains, thenoe
.....th 10 chains, tlienc. west 160 ohains to
point of commencement, cmtalninii 110 sores
more or less.
Hnl.fiiHciiiifiiilH.r2.th, 10117.
00t JMt JAMKS P. KENNEDY'
NOTIGE
Any person or persona found cutting or car*
rylng awav timlier ott (be Coinaplix town.lic,
without permission Irom the owner Hon.
Hewitt Boetook, or hla ase.il Cbiel Young,
will be prosecuted according to law.
bated thli 10th day ol Auguat, 1907
wad .ag mm UW1ITB0N00K,
"
•
' % Box Overcoat
'i
is probably the moft popular
style that Fit-Reform ever
created.
It is not too heavy for late fall
and early spring—and warm
enough for coldest winter
weather.
The most popular effects are black and gray
Cheviots — although Meltons are being much
called for.
We leave it to you to say which is your favorite
—and present a variety of colorings to please
every taste.   $ 18, $20 up. 213
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Revelstoke, B. C.
ooten
Steel Range
Fresh air is introduced into
the Kootenay oven through a
series of vents at the bottom
of the oven door, and the
cooking fumes carried out
through another series of
vents at the back of the oven.
(Arrows in
illustration
show method
"of ventilation.)
'The air in the
oven is always
kept pure. The
natural flavor
of every
artiole is
completely
retained.
Everything
tastes most
delicious.
FREE
Booklet
(on request
HVIIlia     i-'UHbUlllU
Revolstoke Home Life Demonstrated by New Houses.
In our last issue we published a
re.-uiiie.il the advantages oi ohorsiug
Revelstoke as a desirable city iu which
to make a home. Descriptions are
very olten alluring and flowery language frequently tends to exaggerate
the advantages ol a place hot what
writer is there, but will il enthused
with his subject, and knowing it to be
a good one, enlarge unconsciously on
its nieritu'.' No more eloquent demonstration of thc evident satisfaction of
those coining to Revelstoke, can be
seen than in the number nf new
houses springing up on all sides. Net
only is the apparent desirability of
living here there shown,but those who
are building are erecting houses uf no
mean proportion and judging by the
plans in the hands of the several
contractors, the general inclination
tends to architecture oi a high class
tiuture. Look where you,may new
houses ure springing up and homes
that would do justice to a city tar
larger and wealthier than Revelstoke.
That the new comer is pleased with
the ciiy and its environment is being
p-oved daily, and when home lile is
demonstrated so largely, the desire to
live here will bc even more strongly
developed. By the beautifying of
homes, and the elevating ol relined
le in our city the standaid ol inoials
will bo correspondingly raised. And
n it only sliould the actual homes be
improved but al-o thc city as a whole.
With n system of boiilevnrding, clean,
neat streets, tree iron, grass and weeds
the whole atmosphere cf Revelstoke
will be changed. No more damaging
oU'ect upon business than the faot ol
untidy business sections, grass grown
roads and a general uir of carelessness.
Ii should be the duty ol each merchant to see lhat the front ol his
pre.ni.es are neat and attractive, and
witii this general o-operation the
result will soon tell. With lhe erection ol new homes, there must oi
necessity come more people to live in
them and in a lew years Revelstoke
will be more thau double its present
size. It should be our general ambition here to eacli ol us do our share
Ior the elevation ol the community
and a good word here and there will
surely lall on good ground to bring
iortb a hundred lold.
CLARYS
'.QNDON, TOKONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, HAMIL10N
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
Bring Your Purse
Along With You
to our store if you want to purchase
a New Carpet, Fine Orientnl or Wilton rug, limiting or linoleum nnd see
how much further its contents will
tnke you in purchasing than it will at
any other store in the city. Our
Spring styles are ready for your
selection.
B. HOWSON & COMPANY
w3f
THE MOLSONS BANK
lneorporoled by Acl cl Parliament, ISM.
HEAD OFFICE, - ■ MONTREAL,
Wm. Molson Macphbrson, Prei, 8. H. EwiNO,.VIce-Prei.
James Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two branches In Canada and Agencies in all parts of the
world.
Interest credited four times a yenr at current rates on Savings
Bnnk deposits, until further notice,	
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Reveutokr, Ii. C.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country ol origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE   B. O.
rk %%%**v» %%%%%%%*v%v%%%%%%%%%%%»%% vt
P.   BURNS   &  COMPANY,   LIMITED.  '
HEAD OfKIOK i Camuiiv, Ai.i.kuta.
Wholoialo and Rotail Meat Merchants
Porkl'ick-r, an I Dular   In  Lilvo Stock.   M.rk.,ts In nil ll.o prlnclptl   .'.tic, an!
I'..win nl Alli.rla. Ilrltl.h ml.In ami tl... Villi.....   Packera of the , ol-br-n.-1 llr.ti.-l
"lm »r or" lli'iiinal liw.n, ,inl .Slum n.k l.r,tnl, Lnl I.ir.l
HAUNTED CABIN
A Mystery of Scotch Creek,
Shuswap Lake.
Strange talcs have been brought
down by prospectors, cruisers and
others coming Irom Iho notth ol
Shuswap Lake, of a solitary cabin
burled in the forest on the banks of
Scotch Creek, one ol the biggesj feeders
of the lake. In years gone hy and in
ll.e olden days when the rush (or gold
was going on and the almost frenzied
mania of gold seeking had seized
nearly everyone in the country, this
little shack appears [or the first time,
not the one in existance now, but
what was in those days a general siore
for [irospectors and trappers, etc. An
air ot mystery hovers around that
locality known as the Canyon and
.umors of dark deeds have always been
current relating to the time when
lawlessness was much in evidence and
tlie power ot British authority was
scarcely heeded. The spot whereon
the present cabin now stands, was
onoe the site ol a store or trading
house, and rumor saj'B that a trapper
was done to death in the building. All
trace ul the old place has long since
disappeared and a log cabin of more
modern construction now takes its
place. But those who have slept there
report strange noises and sounds at
night, unaccountable and uncanny.
Statements to this effect have been
corroborated and the cabin has now
tbe reputation of being haunted and
tl.e crime committed in hy gone days
has thus been perpetuated.
IN EXCELLENT SHAPE
Fruit for Exhibitions in Great
Britain Goes Forward.
Hon. R. G Tatlow, minister oi
agriculture, is in receipt of a telegram
from R. M. Palmer, provincial con.
misiioner ot horticulture, dated Quebec, Oct. 17, announcing that the
Britiih Columhia Iruit for exhibition
in Great Britain and Ireland had arrived in thst city in excellent condi
tion and had been translerred to the
Empress of Britain, says the Colonist.
The arrangements fur the fruit ex
hibiti in the old country are progress
ing satisfactorily. Ureut interest is
being displayed in tbe lectures which
Palmer and Hurrel, whu arc in charge
of lhe exhibit, are to give in tlie
various canlen they visit and already
a great many letter! from residents ol
the province have been despatched to
Iriends in Great Britain Informing
them of tl.e tales and point! at whioh
As already nnio'iini-i-d i'i !'"'(' I-"'-
i-t, .he dales in m Inr as 'bey tiro
completed are ns lull ws:
Hen lord Oot. 30
Kent  Oct. 30
Edinburgh Nov, 4
West ..i England show, Ventur.Nov S
N. rth Kent Agriculiural Association show Nov. 7
Tollbridge, Kent Nov. 13-14
Exeter    Nov. 12-13
Liverpool Nov. 13
Leeds Nov. 1!)
Norwich Nov. 21-22 23
.Morley Yorkshire Hort. show.Nov. 23
Royal Holt, show, London, Nov. 28-29
Birmingham  Nov. 30 in Dei. 3
York Dec. 3.4-0
Sinithlield Dec. 9-13
Leeds Dec. 10-11-12
Plymouth Dec 11-12
Dublin
FROM THE FAR NORTH.
Coal, Pulp Wood and Aluminum
Clay in Abundance.
Edmonton, Oct. 21.—I). Molnnls,
O.E.Taylor and K.D. Miiclie, returned
to tlie city Thursday from a trip to
the mountains west ol Edmonton.
They have been absent trom the city
for sonic time on a prospecting trip at
the sources ol tlie Pembina, McLeod
and llrazeeau rivers. While in that
district they discuveied a lnrge area of
good bituminous coal, sullicient spruce
and water supply to justify the establishment ol a pulp mill, an expensive
marl deposit and large quantities of
aluminum clay (or the manufacture
of aluminum.
The country has splendid commercial possibilities, and the local men
who own part ol thia district intend
lo develop it as soon ub tlie (..'P.P.
taps the country. The parly brought
down reports of great hardships
among the survey and prospecting
parties in the mountains.
The trails were so bad that food
supplies gave out belore they finished
their work and several parties were
forced to subsist on horse llesh. One
man travelled part of the way down
the mountains with then, and he said
that starvation had forced his party
to disband. He bad been eating
horse llesh for several days until he
lell in with Mr. Taylor's party.
FOR SALE
NEW MODERN HOUSE-Eight
rooms, furnace, two lots (one corner).
Convenient to business part ol city.
A desirable home lor anyone. Price
moderate ou easy terms.
Apply:—Mail Herald.
WANTED
AN old established firm doing bi.sl-
' ness iu the principal countries of
tbe world desires it ladv of good .id
dress to lepiesent their interests in
this distriet. Security required. Apply P. O. Box (114, or this olliee.
/ .llAMHUHMAID-Wiinls position
\J hi hnlel. Apply A. R„ 0. P. lt.
Hotel, 8i.-iiliio.iB, B. 0.
-nDUOATED WOMAN wanted with
Jj small capital fnr business Investment, Good ntipnrti.nlly fnr .igbl
parly. Apply P. 0. Box 914 or tn
Mail-Herald.
1710H SALE-Pure bird Rough
; coaled Scotch Collie Pups, pedigreed, both patents prize winners,
sable .mil while, beautifully marked,
Apply CRITERION HOTEL. Camborne, B. C.
1]U)R SALE—Seveial traiins of good
; logging horses, suitable fnr any
kind of teaming. Apply to Richard
Davis, Revelstoke Sawmill Co., Ltd.
LOST, STOLEN or STRAYED-
Four small pigs, two «heep and ono
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Liu, Brown'aNuraeiieo, Ont.
rurUmn 'mul District,
IM-iri-Ki'iarlliiK.
Take noil-.' ihut Walter Plelnhoff.of (lolden,
li.r.. i. cn |>: * limi, cruiser, inu-ii'ls io i»|ijil)' lor
h upt'cnl tiinluT license iivr the following
dosirH-cd lauds ,
1, Commencing nt it rust pi .tiled on right
lm ii k »i l.inl.' smoky River, nbnut -i'o yards
Iromlls im-mli. mnrked "Walter Steinhoff's
rj K corner Posi," thenee (vest 80 rhalns,
thence nurih SOchaius, tlioucneast80 chainB,
ihence soutb $1 chain** to point ol commence-
incnt,cnutalt1iug iilu acres moreor less.
2. Commencing it h post planted on ihe
right Imnk of tliu soulli fork nf llm Kruser
riier, about U milo from tho montli of the
LlttloSioflky Kiver* marked "Walter Steinhoff's
B. W. Corner Post," Ihenee norlh st) chains,
thenee east SUchalUB, thonee south tu chains,
tlience went hi) dmiun to the paint ot com-
menoement. and coutalnlug 640 acres moreor
less,
8, Commeneing nt a post [limited on the
It'll tank nf the soulh fork of tiie Kre/er river,
aboul half a mile ubove the moutb of thu
Lillle Smoky river, mnrkeil "Waller Steinhoff's
8 I1.. Corner Post." thenee nortli 411 clmins,
thenee west itxiciialns, thence south lOchains,
tlienee eusl Itin chains to the point of com*
meneement. ami containing till) acres more or
less,
■I. Commencing at a post planted on the left
hank of the snutli fork ol the Eraser Hlver,
About hull a mile above ihe monihofllie
Lltt.eSraoky river, markod "Walter Htelnhoff's
Northman corner post," thence south 40 ebains,
lhcuce u.-.-i Imi clou ns. theuce north 40 clialus,
thence east 150 ehnins, to ihe point oi commencement, and coiituiningtilU acres more or
less,
6, Commencing at h post planted on the
iiu ti t l»mk oi Um smilli lurk of ilm I'raser
rivor, abenl n miles abovo tin; mouth of ihe
Llltle Smoky Hlver, markod "Waller Kt-jin*
huff's N.W. Comer Post" ihe ure houih ifiu
chains, thence east 40chains, thunce uorlh Itin
chains, thence wost 40 chains, to tiie polut ul
commencement und coiituinlng liiu acres more
or less.
0 Commenoingat a post pluuted on the
right bank ol the south lurk oi thu Eraser
river, about IW miles aliove Uie muuth of tho
Lillle Hmoky lllver, marked "Waller Steinhoff's
s, W. Comer 1'ost" theuce easi 80 chains,
theuce nortli 80 chiiiim, Uience west 80 chains
thence smith 81) chains In point of commencement, containing lilO acren mure or less.
Dated August 2nd, 1007,
" COintnonolllg at a pott planlcd on Lhe rigid
hank of the Liulu Smuky Hivcr, about one
mllo from It! mouth, marked "Walter Stem-
holFs 8 K corner nosl," Lhcuce west UKI chains,
tlionco uorth 10 cliains, ihence easi Iti'i chains,
Ihoneo soulh 10 chains tu pointof commencement and containing OIU acres, muru or Icsh,
8 Commencing tit a post planted on Lho lefl
hank el thc LilUo Smuky Kiver, about one
mllouhovo Its mouth, marked ''Walter Stein*
holl'-s S \Y corner post," Ihencu cast 100 chuius,
thonoo north 4fJI chains, thonce wool; lOOchains,
thence soulh III chains tu point uf com men Cornell!, and conUiiiiing till) acres, more or less,
0 Commencing at a nost planted on ihe right
bankof tlie Little Smoky River.about one nnd
nne-half miles above its month marked "Waller
Sieinhotl's S K corner post," thence went ItiO
chains, tlienee north 40 chains, tbonco east lliu
chains, theme homIi 4o chains to point, uf oommoncement and containing uiu acres, more ur
less,
iu Commenolng at a post plnntod on the loft
bank of the Little Smoky Kiver, about one uud
one half milu- abuve its mouth, mni-ked"WnlLer
titehlholFaSW corner poat," thenco east 100
chains, ihoneo north 10 elinins, lhcuce wost ltio
chains, ihunce soutli lu chains lo point of com
nieiicemeiit and conlaining Olu acres more or
less.
11 Commonolng at a post plantod ou Lho left
bank of the Little Smoky Kiver, ahout two
miles from its mouth, marked "Walter stcln-
lion's S W corner post," thence east 80 chains,
Lhcnco north 80 chains, tbence west 80 chains,
thenee south 80 chains to point of commencement and coiiUtlnitigtilO acres, more or loss,
12 Commencing at a post planted ou the left
bank of the Little Smoky Kiver, about two
iniles from iLs mouth, marked "Walter Stein-
huffs S K corner post," Ihenco west 80 chains,
theuce north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of commencement nnd containing 010 aores, muro or less.
13 Coinmeneiiigata post planted on the4cft
bank of lhu Littlo Smoky lliver, about tliree
milos from ils mouth, murked "Waiter Stein-
hotl's S W corner post," thence cast W0 chains,
thonco north 40 chains, theuco west 100 chains,
tlience south 40 chains to point of commenoement and containing 040 acres, more or loss.
14 Commencingat a post plantod on the right
bank of the Little Smoky Kiver, about three
miles from its mouth, marked "Walter Stein-
holTs S K cornor post,' thenee west 100 chains,
theuce north 40 chains, thonco east 100 chains,
thunce south 40 chains to point of commencement and containing (MO acres, more or less.
15 Commencing at a post planted on tbe left
bank of the Littlo Smoky Kiver, about three
and one-half miles from its mouth, marked
"Walter SteinhofTs SW corner post," thence
east 100 chains, thence north in chains, tbenco
west 100 chains, theuce south 40 chaius to point
of commencement aud containing 040 acres,
more or less,
Dated August 6th, 1007.
10, Commencing at a post planted ou tbe
right bank of the Llltle smoky Kiver, abuut
3)b miles Loin ils muuth, marked "Walter
Sieinhoffs B, fi, Comer Post," tbenee west 160
chaius, iheuce uurth -inehnins, thenee east 10U
chaius, thouce south 40 chains tothe poiut of
cummuucoinout and continuing 040 acres more
or less.
17 Commencing at a post planted un the right
bank of the Li uie Smuky Kiver, about four
iniles from iu moulh, marked "Wulier Sleln*
huff's S. ii Coruer I'ost," thence west 80 ohains
thenee north SO chains, iUiuiiee east 80 chains,
theuco suulh bO chains to the poinl ol coiu-
meueement and containing OIU .acres moreor
loss,
ly Commencing at a post plunted ou the leit
bank of tho Littlo Smoky River, ubuut; a miles
above its inoulli, murked "Walter .Muouuff's
8, jC, Corner Post," iheuce norm to chuius,
thenee we.it su ehuins, ihoneo soulh BU ebains,
thenee ea-,1 so chnlns io iho puiut of com*
liiencement and containing OIO aoros inoreor
iess.
19, Commeuelng at a post planted on the
loft bnnk of the Litile Smuky Kiver, about 6
m.Ies irom its mou.h, murked "Waltur Sleln*
huff's SW cumer post," Uience norlli 80 chains,
tlieuce east so rhnius, theuce soulh 80 chains,
thence west 80 chums to Uie point of cum-
meucemeut aud coutalnlug 040 acres mure or
less.
-JU. Commeuelng at a post planted ou the
lelt bauk oi the Little Smoky Kivor, abouiO
milos from its moutb, murked "Wallet HtOln*
huff'siN.W. eoruer Post," tbeuce smith 8u
chains, theueo c.isi 80 chums, theueo nurth 80
chains, theuco wesl 80 chains tu the [joint oi
commencement and containing 040 acres mure
or less.
-Jl. Uommenciug at a posl planled on the
led Imnk ut mc ] ittlu smoky Kivor, about six
miles Irum its moulh, marked " Walter su-lii-
huff's S W Comer Post," t leuce north wi chains,
llionce east 80 chains, thouce soutn 80 chains
thenee west 8ti clialus lo puinl of commence*
menl, ami cuiitiiluing Olo acres moreor less.,
Daied August 8th, 1UU7, ..
ii. Commenoingat a pnsi planted un tbe right
bunk uf the Littlu .Smuky river, ubuut 7 miles from
its mouth, marked "Walter StomhOfTi N W
curuer post," tlience smith oil cbaiii^thuiieo oast 80
cliains, thence norlh 80 ciiains, tbenco west 8U
chains in Uie point uf commencement ami cun*
turning i'l" acres, nmre ur less,
i'i. Commencing at a pnst planted mi th« right
bank uf Hit Liti le Smuky river, aboul 7 miles (rum
lis mouth, mnrkeil " Waller .SLuinliutt a S W
cornet punt." Ihunce uurlh bn rhums, theactj cant
8(1 chains, tlieuce south 8u chains, tbonco west 80
chainslo lho puint nf commencement ami cnu*
:,iniiuii 04U acrus, more ur less,
H, Cummciiciiig at a pint plantcil ou the right
hunk nl the Little Smoky river, abuut * milos frum
ils iiiuiilb, marked "Wullur SUmiiIiuII's N VV
cortior post." theuco suiitn 8u chains, i li'-n. .■ oast
SOchaius, tlience north so chaini, thuncu wust ho
chains to lhc point ut cuumibiiceiiiuiiL ami containing 040 acros, more ur luss.
80. Commencing at a poit planted on tho rlgnt
bunk of lhu LiLlu Smoky river, almul 8 miles from
ils mouth, inarkod ' Waller Mluliiliutt-s S Vi
cornor pust,'1 Ihenco nurih 80 chains, Iliuncu east
8(1 chains, thuncu suuth HU chains, thoncu wust 80
chuius tu lliu puint uf cuinmuucoiueiit and containing iui) acres, muru or luss,
Daled August Oth, 1007;
iU. Commencing ala pusl plaiitud on the right
bank of Llio Little Smoky river, about n mpos from
lis mouth, inarkod " Waller Stehihufl'***, N W
corner post," thencu auuth m chains, thencu oast
•mi chains, thencu unrili 80 clmins, Llumcu west 80
chains iu tlm puiui of commencement ami eon*
taining 041) acrus, mure ur loss.
117. Commencing;at a post planted on the right
buck of the Litlle Smoky rivi*r, about II miles from
it.- mouth, marked " Walter Mtoinliolf's H W
cumer posi." Ihencu uurth 80 chains, thuncu oa il
Hi) ciiains, tliouce suuth BU chains, lliunco west 80
rlinins in ilic [iiniii uf commencement ami containing 040 acres, mot! or luss.
ii. Cummoiiciiig al a pusl planted un the right
bank ol the east fmk uf lhu Litile muuky rivur.
abuut uiiu-i'ighlli milo above the forks, marked
"Walter Slolnhnll's NW cornor post." lhcnco south
Hu chains, tliuuco uasl hi) chains, thencu nurth 80
chains, ttivncu west bU eliains tu the point ol cum-
meiici'inent ami cuntaiuing UlO acres, more or loss.
ii. Commencing at a post planted ou tho right
bank of the east fink of lho Lii tie -Smuky rivur
abuutuiioulght mllo abuvu thu furks, marked
"Walter SlciiiliulisH W corner oust," thonce
ii.,iiii mi .'ii,i in,,, iin-inii east 80 chains, llienco
suuth Hi el**! iim, tlieuce wosl 80 chains tu tho point
uf comniuiicoiuont and containing 010 acros, muru
or less.
30. Commonoltigata post plantotl on thu right
liank ol the uasl furk uf thu Little Smuky rivor
abuut one and uuo-uiglith miles frum tlio furks,
marked "Walter Stehihotfa N W corner post,1
aens, moro or loss.
81, I'omiueuctng ata post planted on the richt
hank of the east furk of the Little smoky rlrer
abmit oue ami one-eight miles from its forks,
marked "Walter Meuih-.ti's B W corner post,"
tbence north 80 chains, Uience east su eliains,
theuce south 80 chains, theuce west tu chnius to
the point of commencement ami cuntaining uiu
acres, more or loss.
88. Commencing at a posl plantod on the right
imnk of the east f.»rk oi the Little Smoky mer
about 8 miles front Its furks, uiarked "Walter
Moiiiliiiti's N W eorner pnst," tbence south tu
chains, thence east 160 chains, thence uurth tu
chains, thence west loo iliains tothe puint uf
commencement and containing tfio acres, muru ur
loss,
88. Commonolng at a pust planted on the right
bankof the easl fork uf lhe   Littlo  Smoky  river
about Smiles frmn its forks, marked "Walter
Steinhoff's S W cunier pusl," tlience north 40
chains, thenco cast 100 chains, Ihenco south 40
chains, Ihonce west lou chains tu the puint of
commencement ami containing OiO acres, more
or loss.
Dated Augusl 10th, 1007.
81. Commencing at a post planted mi the right
hank of the oast furk uf the Little Smuky river
about IU miles from its forks, marked 'Walter
Slolnlioffd N W corner imst," thence south 100
ch tins, ihencu east 4D chains, thonco north 100
<-li i ms, i hence west 40 chains tu the puiut of rom-
mencoment ami containing Olu acres, moiu ur less.
83. Commencing at a pust planted nn the right
bauk of the east fork ufthe Little sa'n.y rlrer
about 4k miles from Iti forks, marked "Waller
Sldinhulis.S  W  curuer post,'   tl:. nee  north  B0
chains, thenoe east hi chains, thencu suuth 80
chums, thencu west hii chains tn the puint of cm-
mcucciiicnl and containing * t" a> res, mure ur less.
mi. Commeuelng at a post planted un tlm right
bank of the east fork of [lie Little bmoky river
ahmil 4', iniles abuve its furks, marked "Walter
siciiiln.il'ri N r. curnor nnst," thetice soulh 100
chains, thunco west 41) cliains, the lice imrth 10"
Chains, theuce cast 40 .'haius tn the pulut uf emu*
meneement and cutituiumg OIO acres, mure ur loss.
87 Commencing ai a pusl plumed on the right
hank uf ihe uasl fork uf thu Littlo Smuky rlrer
about 6W miles from Its furks, marked "Walter
Stem li. i il's S W curuer post"' tlience nurth bu
chains, tnence east bu chains, theme suuth su
chains, iln-iii'i- west Su chains to the puint of com*
meucemeut and cuntaining 04U acres, mure ur less.
118. Coumianciiig at a post planted on the right
hank uf lhu cast furk uf tho Lillle Smuky river
abuut r.i-, miles from its forks, marked "Waller
Htelullolfs N W corner pust," tlience east 80
chains, tiience suulh til chains, tlieuce west 8<)
ch tins, tlience north -n chains tu thu point uf cum*
uu *n rem cut and containing 04U acies, inure ur loss.
Hated August 12th, uk.
98. Commencing at a post planted on the right
hank uf iho east fork uf iho Litile Smuky river
ahout6M mites front, its forks, marked "Waller
StelnliolFs S W comer post," thouce mirth 80
chaini, Ihenco east 8(1 cliains, tlience suulh SO
chains, tlieuce west 80 chains to tho point of cmu-
meiii'ouieut and cuiitaiuing 04U acres, mure ur less.
4(1. Cummencing hi a pust planted un the right
bink uf lho oasl lork of tho Litile Smuky river
about *i) miles from its forks, markeil 'Walter
Sleiuholl's N W comer post," theuco east 80
chains, ihenco soutn 80 chains, thence west Mi
chains theuco north 80 chains to lhu point of cum*
mencomont ami containing 010 acren mure ur less,
Duted August lath, ino,'.
il. Commenoingat a post planted on the right
hank of the east fork of thu Littlo Smoky rifsr
about VA miles from its furks, marked "Waller
Slemimit s .>' W corner pust," thence east 80
chains, ihonce suuth 80 chains, theuce west 80
eh iiim, tneuce nnrtli 80 chains tu the puint of eommoucemont and containing 010 acres, more or Ies*.
42. Cummencing at a post planted on the right
hank of theeast fnrk uf the Lillle Smoky river
abuut 7 l-'i miles from Its forks, marked "Walter
Steinliull's S W corner pust," theuce nurth BU
eliains, thouce east 80 chains, thetice south 80
chains, tlienco west mi chains tu the puint of cum-
mcucemuiil ami cuntainitig 01U acres, inure ur less.
Dated August 14th, 10U7,
48, Commencing at a post planted on the
right buuk of the oast fork ol the Little
Smoky itiver, aboul 8j.<j mltcs from its forka,
marked "Walter Steiuuoff's n W Coruer Post,"
iheuce east 80 chains, tbence south *i chains,
tlienco west 80 chains, thuuee north 80 ci.atns,
lo thc point of commencemeni and oontaining
040 acres more or less,
44. Coinmeneing at a post planted on the
right bank of theeast forkol uio Little Smoky
Kiver, aboul8(4 miles above lis forks, marked
" Walter Steluhofl's 8 W Coruer Post," tbeuce
north 80 chains, ihence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to the
polut of commencement and containing 040
acren more or less.
Uated August loth, 1907,
45. Commencing at a post planted on the
right bank of the east fork of tbe Little Smoky
Kiver, about t% miles above Its forks, marked
"Waller Stein huH's N W Corner Post," ihence
east Uu chains, thonco south 8u chains, thence
west 80 chains, tbeuce nortb 80 chains to the
point of commencement, and containing M0
acres more or le.is.
46. Commencing at a post nlanted on the
right bank ol the east fork of the Little Smoky
over, about nine and a half miles from Its
forks, marked "Walter Steinhoff's SW Uorner
Posl," thenee nortn 8u ebains, tbence east B0
chaius, thence souih 80 chains, tbeuce west Bo
chains lo the point of commencement and
cuntaining £40 acres more or less.
uated August l<Hh.lVu7.
47. Ciuuuiencingsia post planted on the
right bank of the east fork ot the Little Smoky
Kiver, about ten aud a half miles from its
lorks, marked "Walter Steluhofl's N W Corner
1'ost," iheuce east 8U chains, thenca suuth to
chaius, Iheuce west ue chains, thencenurtobu
chains lo the poiut uf commencement aud
coiitaiuiu-yjtu acres moro or less,
pust
kof
uner, about len and a hull milos above it's
forks, marked "Waller Steiuboft'a SW Comer
fust," thonoo north so chains, iheuce east so
ciiuins, iheuce south 8U chaius, thouce westbu
chains, to tho point of cummeucement and
coutaiuiug 04U acros L.oro or less.
40. Co mine nc ing at a post planted on the
right bank of the east fork of lhe Littlu smoky
aiver, about eleven and a half milos from its
links, marked 'Walter sielnbufl's SW Coruer
1'tist," ihenco uurth &U chains, ibeuce eosl 8U
chains thonce soutb 8U chains, theuce west du
eiiaius lu ihe puim oi commeucemeut and containing 14u acres moruur less.
liitluil August Iill!, bU7.
6u. .ommcuciug ut a post planted ou tbe
righl bank ut tin- east fork of tne Little Sinoky
Ktvor, about olc vou and a hall miles frum its
forks, marked " -1 alter sieinhoffs S W corner
i'i i,". thonce oast do chains, tlieuce soutn w
el, s, Uience westbU chains, ihence nortu BU
ch uiu.- i i tho jitiiui ui eiiiiiiii' 'in fluent and con-
tui mi.*, iii acres mure or less.
51 Coiu.i.eiieiug at a post planted on the
right Imnk ut ine oust fork ol lue Little Smuky
ItFvor about twelve miles aud a half from lis
lurks, inarkod " ri niter stein huff's > W Coruer
Pust," llienco east ou ebalus, thenco soutb be
elinlns, thence west bu cnains, iheuce norlh 80
chains to pulut uf commencement and contalu-
lug 010 acres more or less,
ifi. ('ommeiieing at a post planted on the
right bauk of tho cast,fork uf tbe Little Smoky
Kivor, about twelve and a half miles fmm its
forks, marked "Walter Sleinhott"* S W Corner
Posl," theuce north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, theuce south 80 chains, theuco wesl 80
chainslo the point of commencement, con
taining 010 acres mure or less,
Dated August lUlh, 10U7.
ihi Commencing ul a post planted on lhe
right bank of the east fork of the Little Smoky
Kiver, about tblrlcon and a half miles from
Lho forks, "murked Waller Sleluhuifs N W
Corner Post," thonoo oast oo chains, ihence
south mi chiiius, lhcuce wust ti chuius, theuce
nurth Micluiitih to thu point of cuiumcncemenl
and cuiitaiuing 010 acres moro or lu*>s.
51, Coinmeneing al a punt planted on the
right hank of the cast fork or the Lillle
Smuky lilver, aboul thirlcen ami unc hull
miles from lis furks, murked "Walu*r
Slciubotrs S W Corner I'ost," thence north go
chains, thencu cunt 80 ohaius. thence south 80
chain-, iln■uiv «ci mi chains to tho point of
• ■niiiiiirtii emeni .iml ('oiii.iiuiiigM-i acre, more
ur hiss.
Dated AilgiHl'.'uib, I OUT.
86. CuTuiueiicliig at a pusl planled on the right
hank of iho easi furk uf t'm Littlu Smoky nrer
aliout 11^ miles Imm thu t'urks. markod 'Walter
.Sluinhnlf's N W rumer pnst," thenee Mit W)
chains, thorcu suuth 80 chairs, thencu west 80
i halns, thence north 80 chains to the point uf com-
int'ii.-cm.-ni and cunt -iiiiiiii* 610 acres, more or less.
60, Commencing at * pust planted on the right
hauk uf iho east furk uf tho Little Smoky river
abuut ll1,;, miles from the forks, marked "Walter
MUiinhull's S W curuer nost," thence nurth %
di.uu-.. Ihence east 80 chains, thence seath 80
chains, thonco west 80 chains tu the point of . „m
i-icut'cmonl aud cuntaining 640 aces, imae oi lens.
Dated August HM, luu7.
.>7 ('ommenclngut a posl planted on the
right hank of the north fork of lho Littlo
Smoky Itiver, abuut one milu from the forks,
marked "Waller SLelnboir.s s K corner post,
ihence iiurili Iti")chains, thonce west lOchains,
thunco soulh 16) chains, ihence east 10 chains
to puinl of commeucemeut and containing 640
acres, more or lets,
ii8 Commenolng at a post planted on the
right bank of tho north fork of the Little
Hmoky Kiver, aliout ono mllo from the forks,
marked "Walter BtolnhoiTs 8 W corner post,'
lliunco nortb 160 chains, thencu east 40 cnains,
theuco south 160 chains, thonoo west *" chains
lo point of oommoncement and containing 640
acres, moro or less,
Dated August iat h, 1917
•iU Commonclng at a |K>st planum ou the left
bank of the north fork of the Llltle Smokr
lllver, about throe roUes from tiio forks, marked
"Waller SUdnhmTH SW corner post,"thenoe
norlli BU chains, Uionoo east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west fiu chaius to poinl
of commencemeni and containing Olu acres,
moru or low.
00 Commoncing ot'a post planled on tho left
bonk of the north fork of ihe Littlo Smoky
-IS.  uumuicucliig at a post planted on the
right bank uf the cost lurk of the Litile Smoky
i commenoement and u-.ni.lining OIiavivi,
more or less.
c,t Commonclng at a post phm-ed »n itie Wt
bmk of the north fork of (be Utile Smuky
itiver, abont four mile*from the f«Hh, mnrked
"Walter SUtlnbofTi N W oorner post, theme
i*u*tt 100 chain*, thence south in chains, mentis
west lOOchains, thence uorth *■' chaini to point
of commencement and coutainiig 6(u oens,
more or less.
Dated August 24th,Hut,
WALThR STEISHOKr'.
AppUtUt,
by AUX. LlTlMMK.
sat sep fl A geut^
NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that an application
will be made to the Parliament of Canada at
its next session for an act incorporating s
company under ite name ol ".Sbuswap ii
Thompson Rivers Boom Companv," with
power to attach booms to the shores of the
Thompson Kiver. the North Thompson Kiver,
the South Thompson Hlver, Kamloops Lake,
Shuswap Lake ana iti several arms, the Lower
spallumcheeu Kiver and tbe navigable tributaries of each and the navigable waters connecting therewith and their respective nsvig-
ble tributaries all in the Province of Brillsn
Columbia, and to acquire, construct and main*
tain buumH, weirs, cauies, dams, slides, piers,
cribs, wharves, canals, flumes and all works ol
any kiud whatever that may btdeemed useful
ur necessary for transporting, driving, towing,
collecting, buomtug, storing, sorting and de*
liverlug pulp-wooii, poles, logs, limber and
lumber ot all kinds, and accordingly to deepen
and wldeu by any means whatever any of said
rivers or bodicsol water, and remove therefrom
all impediments or hindrances lo navigation;
aud Ior s*4ld purpose* to eipro-iriate such
lamb as ina; be ueceisary, anil to collect tolls
from other parties waking um of the Com*
pany's works, Improvements or Hrvices; to
acquire, maintain and operate lands, works,
water powers, franchises aud licenses, loads,
tramways, docks and wharves, and for tbe
compauv's purposes ouly to acquire and operate telegrbph, telephone and electric lines;
to acquire, construct, navigate and charter
boats, tugs aud water craft; to acquire tbe properly, rights, franchises, slock, bonds and
debenlurus ol any olber company, sn4 to sell,
lease, hold, exchange or dispose ol any of tbe
company's property, and for all other neces*
-ar. aii'i incidental rights, powers and privileges; and thai the Company's undertaking
un.) be declared to be for the general advan-
tagesol Cauada.
McGlVBKIN, IIAYDEN & GRKIU,
bolleliors for the Applicants.
Dated at Ottawa this 1st day ol October, A.D,
1907. iOT 13
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District, ^
District of West Koolenay,
Take notice that Dowmau Lumber Company,
Ltd., of Kevelstoke, B. L'■, occupation Lumber
Manufacturers, inlends to apply for a special
limber licence over the following described
lands:
Commencing ata post planted on the south
ado of northeast arm Lpper Arrow Lake and
marked "Bowman Limner Company's N. K,
corner post," theuce east SO chaius,thence south
SU chaius, theuce west SOchains, Lbence north
80 chains to uoint of com meucemeut, and con*
taining Olu acres, mure or less.
Dated July 31,19(7.
BOWMAN LUMBEB COMPANY, Ltd.
wag7    By their Agent, John Q. McCarthy.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Und Uli.ir.ct.
District ol West Kuotenay,
Take notice that Donald Dewar, ef Arrow*
head,li.i:., occupation Timber Cruiser, Intends
to apply fur a special timber licence over tbe
fulluwing described land;
Commencingat a post planted st the southwest corner of Timber Limit No. 11171, and
Burke i "Donald Dewar,s uorin-easi corner
post," tbeuce south I6u chains, tbeuce west*
cbaius, tbence north 160 chain , theoce eut 40
chains to point of commencement.
Dated October 'md, 19V7.
wjd oct 0 DONALD DBWABjg
NOTICE
Cariboo Land Dislrict.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Donald Mcintosh ol
Revelstoke, H. C, prospector, intend! lo
apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing al a post planled about i\
miles above Blue River, marked "D. Mcintosh's S. E. corner,'' thence norib i >o
chains, lbence wesl 40 chaini, thence
soulh 110 chains, thence eas. 40 chaini .0
point of commencemeni, containing 480
acres more or less,
Dated July 31st, 1907.
wed aug 11   P. McINTOSH.
NOTICE
ltevelitoke Und liistnct.
Dis. rid ol Weal Kootenai.
Take untie, that we. Umb-WaUwo Lumbar
Co., Ltd., ol Arrowhead, ooeupstion Millown-
era, inlenil to apply (or pcm.itt.iOD to purthtu*
Ihu lollowing dtacrilKd land:
Commencing at a 1.0*1 planled at lhe 3. H.
corner ul lialph aunp-oi. s application, Galooa
any, tlienco uorlb su cbaina, Ihence eaat Ul
chains, ihence north 20 chains, Ihence eaat &
chains, thc.ce south 90 chalna more or lew lo
Ualuua Bay, iheuce southwesterly along north
shoreof Galena Bay 10 point ol commencement.
Hated Bid July, IWI.
Lami-Watsos LokbbrOo,, Ltd.,
wed aug i U. a IS, Wilkie, Ageul.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District-
District ef West Koeletiaf.
Take notice that Donald Dewar, of Arrowhead, ft. C, timber cruiser, intends to apply
for special timUr licenses over the following
described lauds:
1. Commouciug at a post planted about Kj
chains north west on a bhued trail from Boyd's
cabin on t'iogsion Creek, aud marked 'Donald
Do wars north-ea-a corner post," thence west
itiuahain-,. thence south 40 cnains, thence east
KD chains, •.hente north 10 chains,to point of
com men cement
2. Commencing al a po*t planted at the
north-cast corner of LocaUon No.l. and marked "Donald Dewar'* soulh-east oorner post,"
lhcuce west 160cliAins, thunce north lu chains,
thouce east 160 chains, thonce BOUth 40 chains
to poinl of coromeneement.
Dated Septcmtwr Uit, Y.i',.
S. Commencing at a (K»t planted at the
kouth-west corner of Timber Limit IDS), and
marked "Donald Do war's Koatb-cast corner
poil." tbence uorth 160 chains, thence wesl 40
chaius, thence south It) chains, theace uast 1"
chaius to point of commencement.
4. Coinmeneing at a post plauted at lhe
south-easl corner of Timber Limil No, lUTu.
aud marked "Donald De war's south-west cor
tier pont," theuce uorth So chains, thsnee east
Mi-hmiK thtnee soulb 80 chains, theace wost
en chains to point of commoBcetasnl-
Daled September 23rd, 1907:
.  wed tcf 1 DONALD DlWAi.
LAND NOI If"I.
Cariboo Land District.
District of Cariboo,
Take notice that Harry Sawyer of Rev-
elstoke. H.C, millman, intends to apply
I'or permission lo purchase tbe following
described lands:
Commencing al a post planted about
one mile above Hlue Kiver, and marked
"ll. Sawyer's N. W, corner," thence east
ho chains ihence south 8o chains, thence
west Ho chains, thence north Bo chaini te
point ot commencement, containing 640
acres more or less.
Daled July 30th, 1907.
H, SAWYER,
wed ag 21 Donald Mclntoth, Agent
NOTICE
Dissolution of Partntrshlp.
Nol.cOabersby glvon tba. the par.n.rahip
heretofore aubalatlng between ua, .he under-
•Igncd, u Conlcclloner., Id lh. Cily ol Kiwi-
■toke. hu Ibis dav been d.aaolved by mutual
eonaem. All debu owing lo (he aa... partnership ar. .0 be pal., lo Allan li. Horsell, and all
claim, llllll. th. >ald par.nerah.p tre to be
prcaan.cd to the aaid Allan D. llornell, who
will In future carry on tbe aaid bualnesa and
l.y whom the aame will be aetlled.
Dated a. HeveiMukc, ll..'., (hla ...b day el
October. 1907.
JOHN McPHAIL,
ALLAN D. HORNKLL,
Wltneaa;-A.M. 1'lnkham. oci I!
NOTICE
Take notice that I, (leorge T. Newman, ot
Ar.owhead, II. ft. occupation Clerk, Inlend »
apply (ur.,.-..iii-.u.. to purohiM ll.e lollowlng
described landa.
Commencing at a post plutsd atthe N.E,
oorner ol Clara Mcyi.arrle'a Lot Hot, Iheooa
north I',' chains, tbnoo weal H ohalna, thenoe
south 20 chains, Ihenc east KI chains, thenee
aouth I'l chaina, thunce eaat 10 chalna to point
ol commenoement.
Daled SepL Ulh, WI.
aep Sl .at        OKOBQE T. NEWMAN. r
Special  Offerings
Customers appreciate ili" Bargains we
give; they are always goods which nre wanted,
Not unseasonable articles thai you have to lay
away six months before using,
BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS
Full size, heavy weight Blankets—Extra
good value    $3.75
Extra large Pure Wool White Blankets
 $4.50
Seeou. higher grades.   Prices from
 $6.50 to $10.00 Per Pair
Nice, Heavy Comforters, cotton filled,
These are exceptionally good value for the
money $2.00
Splendid heavy covering, large size...$2.75
S ome of our better lines of Coinfoi'tors
selling from $3.50 to $7.50 each.
LADIES' COATS
This Is an opportunity that will not last long.
We are offering this .Season's Goats at prices
Unit must mnke quick selling;—
$15 Conts selling nt $10,
$20 Coats selling i..t $15
$12 Coau selling al $8.50
DRESS GOODS
All Oross Goods selling at greatly reduced
prices. Having in. dressmaker we are offering
all Dress Goods .it very small advance on wholesale prices.
Our stook Is at Its best, our prints are tbe
lowest.
Reid & Young
iti iti iti iti iti itt itt iti iti iti iti iti i
I  MEW dOODS j
ty 4
T    Jmt  opened up n   ship- j
9 men! of  Fountain syringes "
ty and  hot   water bottles—the 4
ty very best makes. f,
ty    Come and see them  belore f
A purchasing. ^
ty Canada Drug & Book Co.
A, A, At A, A, A. A. .t. At A. .♦. At A*
*p *p *p*p'+' *p '+1 '.J,' 'X' "' '4.' *V lp
Limited.
Revelstoke, H. C.
WEATHER FORECAST
Wednesday, Oct. 23, fur 24 hours,
Generally iair, easterly winds, foggy,
with indicated change, Temp,, Max,
66 degrees; min., -11 degrees.
Local and General.
Look out for the Y.M.C.A. Opening
Dinner on Thursday, Nov. 21st.
E. C. Fromey lias the contract ior
the building of a residence on Second
Street west, for Mr. Magee.
H. Cunningham Morns, ol the MAIL-
Hebald, speut a lew days this week at
Notch Hiil on a business visit.
The Canadian Trades congress will
petition the Dominion government to
grant pensions to aged workmen.
The most fastidious epicurean tastes
will be more than suited with the
Thanksgiving Dinner in Selkirk Hull,
Oct. 31st.
E. A. Haggen went west on Saturday as far as Notch Hill, where he is
looking over the district in the interest ol eliei.ts.
The anniversary services of the
Metli list church will be held next
Sunday, KtfV. J.W.Dickinson, ol Kamloops, will be the preacher.
Vou can celebrate Hallowe'en and
Thanksgiving at the same time hy
having dinner at the Selkirk Hall,
Oct, 31st—only 50c.
luf Union hotel restaurant will be
m j..:: morrow snd remain so until
the kginniug of next week during
winch time extensive alterations and
repair, will be carried out, and when
reopened will be under new management. Mrs. McKitrick, with whom
the business has been so long associated, having retired. Stewart McDonald, late obef al the Hotel Kevel
stoke, il the new manager aud will
be in charge. Mrs. McKitrick, who
leit this evening for other fields
of usefulness has built up a larg.
business, tl.e reitauranl being a very
popular resort, Tl.e new manager,
who is so well known in all local
circles has already made a name lor
himseif an I takes the management
under the most auspicious circum
!tane..s,his skill and ability standing
him in good stead. Mr. McDonald
states tbat l.e his remodelled the
kitchen an 1 serving department and
■fill iim to give the Is si results to his
patrons. When buiineBI is r.-iu.i.eil
next week the premises will be
open day and night. A first-class
white die! Irom tl.e C P. H. dining
car staff has been engaged and tl.e
management will endeavor to give nil
lound satisfaction.
CLEAN BREAD
That Keeps the
Family Healthy
li is .1 treasure no ..ne can
afford In he with...it. llis made
right here. Once used il becomes 11 luxury thai you won't
dispense with.
No nu.re dyspepsia, indigestion, billions attacks.
Givo il .1 trial is .ill we nsk.
An Exhibition of
HIGH GRADE FOODS
and choice provisions that will
Inspire confidence in our up-to-
date grocery methods we are
showing every day. Our genuine sugar cured Hams and
Bacon are delicious for your
breakfast on a culd morning,
and our line quality of Boasted
Coffees and Choice Teas cannot
be beaten.
Wo invite comparison in regard to price and quality,
HO*BSOJV (&   'BELL
Al Bews' Drug Store ynu
will liiul many rare nnd expensive Perfumes, ,-.!».. a carefully
assorted collection of Perfumes
which are good and not expensive. Perfumes of .1 delicate
i.ul lasting fragrance such as
will please the most particular.
W. BEWS.Pta.,
Druggiit and Stationer.
Nexl Hume muck,
There's quality about what we have
to serve and excellence about the way
we serve it—Knox Church Ladies'
Auxiliary, Thanksgiving Dinner, Selkirk Hall, Oct. 31st.
Harry Morris returned on Sunday
Iiom a trip with the mails for points
in the Dig Bend. Mr. Morris made
the round trip, of over 100 miles, on
loot in about live days.
The convention ol the International
Association of Machinists, which was
held Inst month in St. Louis, voted the
sura ot $10,000 lor the benefit of the
strikers ou tlie Erie railroad.
The giant steamship now being constructed in England fur the Hamburg-
American Line, wiil be named the
Europa, She will be 48,000 tons as
against tlie 32,000 0! the Lu-itania.
S. Carmichael oi the C.P.H. shops
litis sustained a severe sprained wrist
caused by a lall. .1. Goble is Buffering
from a lacerated linger, a piece ol
metal slipping aud tearing the linger
nail off,
There is a rumor alloat that their
Majesties the King and Queen ol
England, or members of the royal
fninily will visit Canada io connection
with the centenary of the landing of
Ohamplain.
The body of Axel Johns.m who was
killed last Thursday at Rogers l'as",
when a work train belonging to McDonell A Gzowikl, cuiitracturs fur the
track diversi.... at that point, went
over a trestle, was conveyed to Yale
last Friday night lor burial. The deceased's relatives ..( this oily accompanied the remains,
,1. ft,Bottorff, ol the Elwood Mining
Cu., who ipent 1 week on the Silver
Dollar at Camborne, reports the recent
strike of high grade ore .is being the
l«?st ever located on the property,   Mr
Boltorfl lefl ou Friday evening lor the
west Cl.   n.iit.'  tf.  his In...... l.y way ul
Seattle.
The Brotherhood ol Hallway I'lai...
men, which l.as been in existence
..early a quarter of a century, has I.;..I
j very lew strikes. It has paid out over
$U,000,000of Insuranoeto its mem
l.ers or tc their estates, and it hai
succeeded In a lnrge measure In getting safety appliaucei used on all
; railroads of tl.e country.
Tii" 1.1, Ilevelstoke returned on
j Friday evening iron, a trip with the
1 balance oi tho w'u.icr supplies for the
big camp of tlie Revelstoke Lumber
Co., situated north ol Can.es Creek.
This, will make the Inst trip ol tl.e
steamer thil seas...., owing to the low
Stage of water in tl.e river. Mr,
Lindmark, manager ol the Revelstoke
Lun.her Co., accompanied the consignment..! supplies and arranged for
the work ol tbo oamp lor the winter,
There are about 75 men employed nl
the camp to make tho cut for next
season's run of the mill, this being
tho usual number of men employed
by this company during their winter
operations, Among the other mills
throughout the district there is ..
tendency to curtail their winter
logging,
f
DON'T GET
COLD FEET
Come .'iml order pome
NICOLA COAL—the
best Coal ever brought
into Revelstoke,
Don't forget the place.
iir.ler from
Kincaid and Anderson
OR
Frank McCarty
-uiiitir   ( aiey  ...is iicc |n,eu a |,uoi-
tion in the law olliee uf Messrs, Scott
ti Briggs,
Mrs, Joe R.ibinson ol Ceutralia, II!.,
nave birth to » child weighing lrlfjlbs.
Two years ago she bore a baby which
tipped tl.e beam at l.Slbs.
Fulluw the crowd to the Haley....
Club Dance in the Selkirk Hall,
Friday, Oct. 25iii, at 8:30 p.m. Orchestra—Darbyshire and Veith.
The annual opening exerciscB in
connection with the High School will
be held on the evening of Friday,
November the tirBt in Selkirk Hall.
The exercises are being held somewhat later than usual this year so
that Miss Hilda Hobbs, who is coming
up fron. the coast to spend Thanksgiving at home, may be able to receive
in person the gold medal. As usual
parents and friends are invited to
attend.
Tlie " Texas Ranger " Company
played before a big audience last
night in tin: opera house. The production is a highly sensational melodrama, the scene being laid in tl.e
Texas ranges. The caste is an extremely good one, the wild lile of the
rangers being vividly portrayed. The
leading cl. .racter brought out the lull
power of the play and assisted by a
well lil led caste, made the whole a
stirring and impressive piece.
Social and Personal
Alex Reid, of Sicamous, is in the
city tiainy.
Miss Valentine is visiting l.er sister
Mrs. Tomlinson.
L. H. Buck and Walter Buck are in
town from Vancouver.
J. A. Knox returned on Monday Irom
a business visit to Kamloops.
Mrs. F. W. Aylmer has been visiting
her sister Miss D'A. Lang at Golden.
J. McCallum, of Sa'mun Arm,
passed through this week trom the
eaBt.
E M. Cook returned yesterday Irom
attending the funeral of Axel Johnson
at Yale.
F. G. Brown is .eriously ill at his
home this week suffering from pleuropneumonia.'
0. D. Hoar, of Golden, was in the
city on Monday and returned home
yesterday morning.
Chas M. Field return.d on Saturday
morning from a two weeks' visit to
the coast cities.
Gub Lund weut east to Golden on
Sunday morning and will return about
the end oi the week,
G. S. McCarter left yesterday morning for Golden on a business trip. Mr,
McCarter will teturn to the oity tbis
evening.
Alex Lucas, provincial assessor for
the Koote..nys, was in the city on
Monday, returning to Nelson on Tuesday morning
At the recent New WcBtrainster
Fair, Mn. G. Laforme of this city,
captured a number of first prizes in
the woman's work department.
W, I, Briggs, of the firm of Scott &
Briggs, who has been on a visit to the
coast .'ur the past three weeks, will
return to the city tomorrow morning.
Mrs. H. J. Bourne, her mother Mrs,
Miller au.l her brother Al. Miller,
have taken up their residence at
Sierra Mndre, California, for the
winter.
tf
Thanksgiving Day hei been iet for
Thursday, Oct. 31st, ami tie- ladissol
Knox Church will set their tabUs 01.
that .late in Selkirk Hall for their
annual dinner, price 60c.
On Thanksgiving Day, Thursday
Oct 31, a deciding cricket match wil
be played ..etwee., the Pionesri and
New Chumi .f Revelstoke, for th
Enierpr.se Brewing Co'i cup
II ll. Morrison leaves f..r Vancouver
to-night to attend the funeral of bil
lather who haa died suddenly Iron
pleurisy Mr Morrison will be absent
Iron, tl.e city fur about a week.
John  Angel.1   .1 c p. R    lection
I....i'l  in jumping oil a moving  work
':, , near Nelson on -*nn.lay morning
fell across the traok   the car wheels
smashing   both  leg!,   one above  tl.e
ankle .nd the other sbove the knee
The injured man wai removed to the
Koutenny Hoipltal
Much difficulty is now being ex--
perlenoed by pedestrians crossing the
Culumbia Bridge, owing to the fact
that the sidewalk and approach Las
been partly removed. Much of the
timber is in a bail shape and extensive
repairs will Imve to be made to put the
bridge in proper shape until the now
steel struclnn. is completed, Over 66
carloads of bridge timber has been
Ordered I: r thia wurk.
Tl... fifteenth annual International
Convention ol the North-West Fruit
Growers Association, will be held in
theoity ball, Vanoouver, OU December
4-6-6,     In   addition   to the ordinary
nrogtammo there will 1... aoompetiters
fruit display.    Exhibits from all parti
..I the province are invited.    Speoial
reduced rates wi I   l.e   issued   by   nil
transportation 00m pan lei tu those
attending tho convention. o..e lure
for thu round trip 'mm nil points iu
iJ. C, hai boon arranged.
DEPLORED THE KILLING
Wixxii'Mi, Oct. 18.—The verdict ol
the coroner's jury in the case of Oscar
Gans, shot by detective Smith, waB
that Smith wns justified in shooting at
thc ...an, but that the killing was
greatly to lie deplored. The jury expressed no doubt but that Smith did
not ii.tend to kill Gans who was trying
to evade arrest when shot,
TRAFALGAR ANNIVERSARY
Monday was the 102nd anniversary
ol Trafalgar Day, recalling to memory
tie jr. ItCIt admiral and the greatest
sea fight that the world has ever
known in the memory ol loyal British
era.
All over the Empire this anniversary ol what was. perhaps, the most
epoch nuking "vent in the recent
history nl Britain wa« observed, In
[/....Inn the .-rov.la gathered  to witch
(he decoration of the Nelson monument at Trafalgar Square, to pay their
tribute l" lhe ...<•.....ry ol the bent.
In ihe different naval stations of
the Empire the war vessels of Ilii
Majesty's   lleet  were   proudly   Hying
tbeir flags and bun ting io tbe eyes ol
the world, proclaiming thit England
is still what la.r.l Nelson made her,
" Mistress of tl.e Seal."
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to express our deepest
gratitude to the members of Revelstoke 1, '1 i,   >-,,. 1058,end all tbs
friends both In Rogers Pal. and 111 l-be
city who extended to o« tbeir lyoipe.
thy in onr sad hour ol bereavement.
0, JotlSlOU*,
,1. A. .Ioii.Win,
FALL   SHOES
The wet weather will soon be hero, probably with snow and Blush, and i! y.-u want tn prevent
co'ds and sickness, y 11 will require good Footwear. We have the best stock wo have yet shown
and can fit nny one in the family with Shoes that are made of leather, not pasteboard.
IN MEN'S SHOES we can give you anything Irom the heaviest working shoe to the finest
dancing pump.
We would call particular attention to our line of wet prool 8 le shoes. Made ol good 1) x Call
with Oak Tan Viscolized soles, and made to stand hard wear.
n
EMPRESS   SHOES
$2.75 to $6
Are known to everyone
Made ol the very best materials
lhat can lie bought, put together by workmen who are
expert.- at their trade—the most
coml.il table lasts, and fully
guaranteed to bo satisfactory
in every particular.   $2.75 to $6
$2.75 to $6
WEWILLBE PLEASED
TO SHOW YOU «v
THIS STYLE OF
THE
CLASSIC SHOES
For Children and Mines, cannot be rqualled. If we knew of
a letter shoe we would get it,
but we do not think there is one
made They a.e made of good
leather, are dressy in nppiar-
anceat.d wear splendidly. We
guarantee every pair we sell.
CLASSIC SHOES
SEE OUR HOUSE SLIPPERS
In Nice  Leather,  Felt and  Carpet (or  Men,   Women   and   Children—warm,   comfortable
and cheap at this Store.
MCLENNAN'S
Jd
I
Business Locals
Nothing better than Our "Speoial
Neweit Leather^Goodi noveltiei at
Bews' Drugstore,
Dressmaking and    plain   sewing,
opposite Oriental Hotel.
Bews' Cold Tablets will knock a
coll in one night.
Patronize Home Industry. Smoke
Revelstoke Cigare.
Violins and musical instrument!
and supplies at Bews' Drug Store,
Trappers' supplies, all kinds ol traps,
guns and ammunition at Lawrence
Hardware Co's.
A oarlood ol choice Okanagan
apples just arrived at C. B. Hume *
Co.
Just received—a shipment of ladies
skirts, blouses, belts and collars,—A.
Maslen.
Cranberries, celery, cabbage onions,
and all other winter vegetables. G.
B. Hume A Co.
Don't risk danger ol fire with an
old stove, buy a new one Irom Lawrence Hardware Co.
A large assortment of pickles,
sauces, salad dressing and catsups lor
Thanksgiving. C. B. Hume A Co.
All kinds of electric work promptly
and efficiently executed, bell wiring a
specialty—Lawrence Hardware Co,
When you want a nice box of
Toilet soap call nnd see our display
from 15c. to $1.00 per box at C. B
Hume A Co.'s.
We will call tor your airtight heater
and fit it with new sheet iron linings
ready for the winter—Lawrence Hardware Co.
Snow Shoes just in, special make
suitable for British Columbia, favorite
shoe lor trappers, hunters and timher cruisers—Lawrence Hardware Co.
NOTIGE
To Whon it May Concern:
Take notice that I, the undersigned,
from this date, positively declare myself not responsible for any hills contracted l.y my son, Frank MoMahon.
Daled It Ilevelstoke, B.0,,Oot, 19th,
Mrs. .1. MoOinnis.
£
t\
Great Slaughter Sale
THIS WEEK ONLY we will sell a number
of LADIES' COATS at a remarkable reduction in
price.
YOUR CHOICE For $8, $10 and $12
These Coats are the Newest Gibson design. We
have just 15 of the same left.
V
CRESSMAN & MORRISON
U
OUR CHOCOLATE CREAMS
are known f.r their quality.
Unmpetent authority on the
candy question says the confectionery made and sold by
Manning is perfection. In
flavor, in purity, in variety, in
uniformity of quality nn improvement can bo suggested.
Our confectionery is the standard nf excellence.
if* Candy Palace
The following new  books at   Hews'
Drug Btoro:—] ..ughter of Anderson
Crow, Geo llnrr McOiitclwnti; devolutions of Inspector Morgs.., 0. Craw-
lord; The Weavers, Gilbert, Parker;
Dnlicia, Marie Crolli; The Traitor,
Thus. Dixon; Capt, June, Alice Kico
Hegsn,
SHANGHAI RESTAURANT
80 MOW 4 JIM ham, Props,
Open Day and
Night
Special attention  given  to
Supper I'arties A banquets
Morals, r.r,.      Meal Tlokets, 18.60
...fr TIIK HABIT
OPPOSITE V. M. 0, A,
GOOD BUYS
Two-Storey Dwelling, Lots 374 x 100, °n Mackenzie Avenue,
plastered—Cash $950, terms on balance.     PRICE—$2,450
Two-Storey  Dwelling,  plasteied and stone basement, Lots
75 x 100 nn Second Street,     Cash 9050 and terms on balance.
PRICE-$2,950
One-Storey Dwelling, Lot 60x100, near Cowan Block
PRICE-1860
SIBBALD  AND  FIELD
INSURANCE NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS
ifi
llewire, of yellow oltoulsil which
claim (.then havn the lethbridge
coal I They Iio 1 You can got Loth
bridge cal Iron, one source only, anil
lhat is from its agency.
Place your orders with me an.l get
the real goods nt $N,50 pei ton for tour
ton orders, weigh whoro you please,
J. C. HUTCHISON,
AGENT.
'
1
WEDDING  RINGS
 AT	
J. GUY BARBER'S
Marriage Licenses Issued
J.GUY BARBER
C.P.R, WATCH INSPECTOR
L
—J
OPERA HOUSE
NOTICE
To Whom it Mav OONOIEN ;
Tnke notice that I, the undersigned
Iron, thii date, positively declare my,
sell not responsible for any bills contracted hy my wife, Mrs. John Carlaw.
Dated at ReveUtoke, B.C., Oct. Kith,
1007.
wed lm Jour Cabuw,
Six Nights
Thursday and Saturday Matinee
Commencing
MONDAY, OCTOBER  28th
Special engagement of
JERE McAULIFFE
and his big company in a
repertoire nf standard plays
MONDAY
" The Daughter of the People"
TUESDAY
- Confession of a Wife"
Change of play at each performance,
A carload of special scenery. Bewildering electrical and mechanical effects
Finest, eosl .unes that money can buy,
Our Polite Vaudeville at overy performance.
JEItE In a hundred new parodies.
AL. W. WILSON and hli -'Little
Willie Green.
Fred Martilli In the latest Illustrated
songs.
Prices (l'lvet.ingl Ilo. SOC,  end  TIO,
Prices (Mntlnee) Mo. and lOo.
Seats on Sale st Canada Drug and
Bonk Company,
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