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Array The Mail-Herald
Vol. 13.-No 27
$2.50 Per Year
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Special Sale of Ladies' and
MiBses' WaBh Dresses. Get
yours before they are picked
Lovely Print and Zephyr
Dresses, some in the " Peter
Pan," others in tlie conventional shirtwaists, nicely
trimmed; some tucked and
shirred, others pleated and
piped with colored piping.
They fit better than anything we have yet shown
and the workmanship on
them is simply fine. They
are priced at
Beautiful White Creations in Lawn—Egyptian and Persian
Lawns and Organdies. Some are almost artistic in design.
Ladies we have shown them to pronounce them the best showing
ever seen in the west. This is to be the great white year. See,
that you get yours.   The price is only
1907 Colorings and Styles in pretty patterns, Percales,
Zephyrs, Mastins, etc. The styles in the Negligees were never
finer. They come in checks and stripes and some plain Cham-
bray grounds.   We have a fine selection at
97-Piece English Dinner Sett, handsomely decorated, ne* designs and
colorings.   These are exceptionally nice. —$1400.
47-Piece Dinner Sett, new ideas in shapes, colorings are line, and the
patterns are sure to please you. —$20.00
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
8torM at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
E.  J. BOURNE,    s
Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
Papers tha. please everyone who
appreciate stationery of FINE
—made by the leading manufacturers.
malting a specialty of a box of line
Holland Linen Paper and envelopes
—each sheet lithographed Kevelstoke,
NOW 40o. A NX.
Try a box, il will please you.
D. Nairn
Red Croee Drug Store
A most enjoyable time was spent at
Selkirk Hall last night when the
members of Fire Brigade No. 2 were
"at home" to their lady friends. The
first part of the evening was devoted
to progressive whist, tbe prizes tor
which were won by Mrs. Aman and
Mr. J. Leslie, while Miss Grace Gordon captured the 'booby"prize. Refreshments were then served after
which the company adjourned to the
lower hall, which had been tastefully
decorated lor the occasion, where dancing was enjoyed for an hour or two,
to splendid music furnished by the
Independent Band orchestra. The
gathering broke up at 2 a.m, and the
general verdict ol the ltdies was that
there are no better entertainers in the
city than the boys ol No, 2 Fire
Our wall papers are up-to-date, 0,
B. Hume k Co.
An Agreement Has Now Been
Reached Through Efforts of
U. S. Bureau.
Chicaoo, April 4.—The differences
between the Western railroads and the
members ol the Order ol Railway
Conductors and Brotherhood ol
Railway Trainmen, were finally adjusted today. The men withdraw
their demands for a nine-hour work
day, and the railroads promised an
advance over tbeir previous proposal,
to tbe pay of baggagemen, flagmen
and brakemen uf $1.50 per month.
The original demands of the ...en
were for an increase of 12 per cent,
and for a nine-hour work day.
The managers ett'ered an advance
in the pay of 10 per cent., but declined to grant the nine hour day.
The agreement was reached through
the efforts ol chairman Knapp, ol the
interstate commerce commission and
commissioner Neil, ul the United
States bureau of labor.
ti t Has arrived again and we are prepared for it, having just i t
4, t received a full car ol all kinds ol Paints, Raw and Boiled Oil, *■ t
i, White Lead, Varnishes, Baplac, Alabastine, Agate Wall Finish i,
J ^ and Kalsomine, . ■.
«\ t
. We have also received two cars ol Mixed Hardware, which 4 4
it completes our stock and puts us in a position to supply all ih.
i t your Spring requirements in the Hardware line.
* J       Mail Orders receive prompt attention.
Change of Wages, Hours and
Conditions Demanded by
Mine Employees.
To the Western Coal Operators
sociation comprising the
Crows' Nest Pass Coal Co.
The Canadian American Coal
Coke Co., Ltd.
The International Coal and Coke
The West Canadian Collieries Ltd.
The Breckenridge Lund Coal and
Coke Co., Ltd.
The H. W. McNeil Co., Ltd.
The Pacific Coal Co., Ltd.
We, tho undersigned, acting on behalf ol your employees, hereby give
you thirty days' notice that a change
of wages, hours and condition of la.
bor is demanded by your employees
at the various mines, coke oveni and
outside plants owned and controlled
by your respective companies.
Signed, F. H. Sherman, Pres Dis.
ttict No. 18, U.M. W. A. of A.
J. A. McDonald, secretary treasurer.
John K. Galvin, vice-president.
The above was handed the operators
last night, and is the termination of
the two weeks' conference between the
operators and delegates representing
practically the whole ol District 18 ol
the Mine Workers.
The union has sent to Ottawa asking
the government that a commission be
appointed to deal with the question.
What the action of tlie operator-
will lie regarding the new trades dispute bill is unknown.
4 . Dealeri in Hardware, Btoves and Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's 4 4
r and Sawmill Supplies, eta., Plumbing and Tinsmlthing.        J .
Lovers of sport had a rare treat on
Thursduy evening at the Opera House,
when John Carkeek, of world wide
fame, met our old favorite, Sory McLennan, lor a "catch as catch can"
match. The audience should have
been larger, but could not have been
more appreciative in tbeir expression
ol pleasure in the scientific sport,
which resulted, alter a hard and well
fought struggle in a win tor Carkeek,
The terms ol the agreement were
that Carkeek should throw Rory McLennan three times within ah hour,
or forfeit $100.
Both men appeared to be in good
lorm, but Carkeek had thc advantage
in weight, though McLennan w«»
slightly taller.
Alter a hard struggle and some very
eel like movements on tlie part ol
McLennan, Carkeek succeeded in
getting him down in 111 minutes; the
second tbrow took 18 minutes, and
the third, which was most interesting
and fascinating, took 25 minutes and
39 seconds, when the referee Mr, JaB.
Jones, declared Mr. Carkeek the
victor, who saved his deposit by 21
seconds only.
lt is worthy of note that the audience thoroughly appreciated the clean,
manly and scientific match tbat was
given, and hope in the luture to Bee
Mr. Carkeek again on the mat in
Mr. R, N, Doyle acted as official
As a preliminary, Fred Berger and
Bert MoEachern gave an interesting
exhibition, Berger throwing MoEachern twice in succession. Jaok
Ctrmichael retereed.
By-Law Carried With Large
Majority—General Satisfaction Expressed.
From nine o'clock in tho morning
to seven in the evening last Wcdnes.
day, the municipal electors were com
ing and going at the City Hall, to cast
their votes for or against the by-law
for tlie issuing of debentures to raise
funds for the installation of tl.o proposed auxiliary power and light plant.
The stream ol voters, il not heavy,
was steady and continued right up to
the time ol closing the polls.
Mayor Brown was very energetic in
reminding ll.e peoplo nl their duties
as citizens, and towards tlie close of
the* afternoon the result ol the polling
was practically a foregone conclusion.
C. J. Aman acted as returning
officer and after tho count declared
the result as follows:
For the by-law  141
Against the by-law    31
Total number ol votes  172
On the whole the voting on Wednesday was representative, that is to
say, which ever way they voted, the
representative citizens came to the
poll and the results sho.v»that thc by
law was received with favor by theoity
as a community. Debentures for tl.e
raising of the necessary money to
carry on the work will be issued shortly and a response is looked fur almost
at once, consequently not much time
will elapse before work will have
commenced on the construction of the
new premises.
On Wednesday evening the C. P R.
basket ball team defeated the City five
by 55 to 31, after a fast game before a
crowded gallery. At half-time the
score was 38 to 12 in favor ol the
C. P. It., and the City made a desperate
effort lo cut down their lead. The
teams lined up us lollo.vs:
A. G. Brooker   .R.F W. Calder
W.Green.- Cl?. .0. Spring
0. Kerfoote... .CeMae. .A. Woodland
H. Carpenter... .R.G Mulholland
N.Lee L.G T.Hope
Referee, W. Maguire; umpire, H.
Lewis; timer, R. N. Doyle; scorers, C.
Latham and B. Dickey.
It is rumored that tlie City are
lookiug Ior a return match, which will
likely take place next week.
A very tast game of basket ball was
played last night between the Busiuess
Boys and the Public School to the
delight of a crowded gallery. There
were a number of brilliant plays b)
both teams and the shooting of Merle
Calder snd Len Howson was worth
watching, while Ar Bennett and Ben
Dickey were the artists tor the Business Boys. The Business Boys have a
heavier team hut they could not penetrate the defence ot the School. By
winning this game the School have
tied their opponents for the silver cup
and the till will be played off next
Friday at 9 p. m. The line up and
score was as follows:
M. Calder   6 B. McEaohorn. 2
L. Howson 10 F. Berger  0
B. Calder  4 B.Dickey.   . 4
A.Doyle  2 H. Burridge
Fatal Result of Youthful Play
on South Track—Two Italian Children the Victims.
A serious accident, attended with
fatal results, occurred yesterday afternoon on tl.e scuth track, at Fourth
street, when two Italian boys received
severe injuries fro... the explosion of a
signalling torpedo; oue succumbing
almost immediately. It appears that
the boys bad been playing with the
torpedoes, whicli hml been left lying
nenr lhe track, by throwing stones
and pieces of rock at them to cause
them to explode. The deceased had
approached too near when a torpedo
suddenly exploded, hurling the inotal
cup and several pieces of rock evidently against the boys, killing one
instantly and severely injuring the
other. The deceased lad had, among
other injuries, received a severe blow
over the region of the heart, which
caused liis death. Every assistance
was rendered tlie unfortunate by those
standing near at the time of the
accident, The funeral will take place
this alternoon.
Sax Francisco, April I.—The destruction ol the electric light and
powerhouse of the San Francisco Gas
aud Electric Light Company by fire
early this week plunged almost the
entire city in darkness, and resulted in
the injuring of five firemen, at least
one of whom will die, and caused a
loss estimated at $2,500,000.
S. Carmichael.
. 9
. Bennett.
Fouls .
Go   Carts
at   Howson's — some
Total 81        Total..
The Corley house basket ball team
will meet the City team on Wednesday next at 7 p.m. Admission to the
gallery 15c.
Several games played during tl.e
week furnished much sport for the
bowling enthusiasts. Tlie C, P. R.
offices winning from Corleys; C.P.R.
shopB Irom Novioes; City Irom Benedicts; Maple Leuls from Humes.
Next week tlie following games will
be played:
April 8—Novices v. Hume.
"   9—Dents v. Bowman.
" 10—Maple Leals v. Corleys.
" 11—City v. 0. P. R. Shops.
" 12—C.P.R. Offices v. Benedicts.
All games to commence sharp at 7
Toronto, April 4,—The bill to
increase minister's salaries was introduced in the Ontario legislature today. Under it premier Whitnoy gets
$10,000 and the other ministers $7,000
each, including sessional indemnity,
George P. Graham, leader ol the
opposition, supported the increases,
but said he would reluse any salary in
bii position.
New York, April 4,—The finding
cf the Thaw lunacy commission was
couched in the language cl the order
by   Judge  Fitzgerald  ordering   the
quiry, The commission declared it
to be their unanimous belief that the
delendant, Harry K. Thaw, is capable of rightly understanding his own
position, of appreciating the nature of
the charges against him, and of
rationally conferring with his counsel
at the time of this examination."
The entire report of the commission covers three typewritten pages
aud will not be made public.
Krom our own corrospoinlonl.
Special Easter service1 were held
last Sunday in St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, At tl.e morning service tbe sacrament ol the Lord's
Supper was observed The sermon :.t
the veiling service was on "The Message of tlie Easter tomb." A duet
entitled "He did nut die in vain," wns
rendered by Miss McDonald and 11 s
Frank Warner. The lull choir Bang
another selection entitled, "Drive
away all care and sadness."
The contracts Ior changing the
grade on the "Big Hill" are being let
and tbo work will commence as Boon
as the weather will permit, It is expected that thero will bo as many as
1500 men at work whon the thing is in
lull swing,
James McNaught is going into
ol.icken ranching to somo extent. He
has brought about three dozen birds
Iron, the Okanagan.
M. A, McMullen has moved into the
house lately occupied by J. A. Patter
Mrs, Frod Mackiiirott has been suffering this week from an attack ol
R. Murdoch and (I. W. Taylor spent
tlio Easter holiday in Calgary,
J. M, Nicholson, who has been away
for a year on a trip to Aluska and
California, has returned and has gone
to work again in tl.e C. P, R. shops.
Jack reports having had a pleasant
time, but tells ub that be is glad to get
back to Field. Tho people ol Field
are glad to see him back again.
Miss Annie Svidems who has been
dining room girl in tho 0, P, R.
boarding house lor somo time, lias
gone to Red Deer. Before leaving
sho was given a purse by the boys
who board in tho house.
J. D. Carlin'a wood camp at Otter-
tail has broken up altor having done
a splendid winter's work,
Mr, and MrB, M. Carlin, of Goldon,
were in town last week,
We always  koep a lull supply ol
Snoop's remedies- ~	
k Book Co,
Quaker Brand Canned Goods, Ashcrolt Potatoes
and Vegetables, Wheat, Barley, Bran, Shorts, Chop
Feed, Crockery, Glassware, Hardware, Harness, etc.
Agents for the Celebrated Kootenay Range.
Are now
promptly   for
prepared   to   fill
Hard   Coal   and
all  orders
Dry   Fir
The new manufactured coal, known as
" Briquettes," is ready for delivery-.
This coal fills the place of both Soft and
Hard ; it is quick and easy to light; gives a
fine, red-hot fire in a few minutes and lasts
longer than Hard Coal.
Suitable tor Cock-
Stoves,  Heaters and
Hie Mil! fuel of Supply (0'
Offices :—Molsons Bank Building.
& mmt %
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc,
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
ft Op. Ul
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office -Toronto, Ontario.
Braucl.es in tha Province,.( Manitoba. Alberla, SaElialch.wan,
Br.l.sh Co'iunl'la, Ontario, guo. .>-.
Oapltal Paid Up ....   $4,700,000.00
Reserve Fund ....       ■4,700,000.00
D, R. Wilkie, President: Hon. K, JaffbaY, Vice-President,
A Ceneral Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United State, and
Em-ope,   Special attention given to Collections.
Savings Department
DepOBlts received and Interest allowed at current rate from date
of opening account, and compounded four tunes u year,
Branch, B. C.
A. E. Phipps, Manager.
Import direct from Country of origin.
Will meet next year at Vancouver—New Officers,
With tlie olection of ollicers and the
selection oi Vancouver as tlie convention city for 1908, the final session of treasurer,
the teachers' institute was brought to
sented by the nominating committee,
were tlie following: President, W. P,
Argue, superintendent of city schools,
Vancouver; vice-presidents, G. E. Robinson, Vancouver; G. H. Deane, Victoria; and J. B. Bennett, Cumberland ; secretary, E. Caspell, Vancouvet,
a close at  Nelson   Friday alternoon.
■The Canada'D'rug I T'hc officers, who were chosen without
a single amendment of the slate pre-
Thos.   Leith,   Vancouver;
of tbe executive, Miss K.
Draper, New Westminster, Miss E. G,
Lawson, Victoria, Miss E. Thorn, Nelson, A. Graham, Soutli Vancouver,
and D. M. Hunter, Ladysmith. Ia.
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rERJdS -Cash.  Subscriptions payable in nd
C .KRESPONDKNCE Invited on mattora of
public Interest. Communications to foil
tor must be accompanied by nnme oi
writer, not necessarily to publication, bul
*- evidence of kjoo<i faith. Correspondence
>hould be brier,
Legal i  tii !■■ i .*. ni- per line n.-t Insertion,
S a ('• |■ t line ■■ i in -nib* niienl Insertion
Mean in a ■ *.*■ S   .; irii I [12 Iim - mako oni1
incl.J.   .-*■ re   mil   _■- :.■ ml business an
■-.■■■•   ■   per inch por month.
■      ■ .'"■   ;-. !■   cent   nd-
,,.   ninl -   M .*" '-''- ^t"! Deaths,
.". i*   ■■ ■ ■    : - i imber noiit:oit$^.nu
Land  i  I    -  J7..VI    All   idvertiseinunLi
subjecl ipprovaloi thn management,
Wanti Coi  ensed -vdrertisemuiit*:
\.*.    - .', ,   ■ ;. ii,-;,, w.-nini, Situations
■*.* : itlon*   Vncanl.   TonohoM
id     liiI ■ rt'ai ted, 1" word- <n
.   . .".ti i, nddiiioiiHl litu* 10  criits.
i   . ki - In -; in ll 2 advertiHomont* muni
ij ;■ ft. ni. lufsday and Krlday of
-   : week to -<■* ire good dUplay,
Barristers, Solicitors, 1
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmei tal
and Patent Office Agent.
Practice before Railway
Chas. Murphy.      Hakoi.o Fisher
, ill.l.AN & ELLIOTT.
BarrMers, Solielt.ire, Re,
C. k. Gnus.                     r. (i Huron,
OrricKS:  Imi'KKIAT.  Ham.   ;i..o.;k.  Iikvki,-
'stokk, B, C.
B.C.; Cranbroolt, B. 0.
body, the fundamental principals of
the ten- line, ..I Irnt. rnity. charily and
friendship pr.iotised b\ tliese sooietiee,
are forei....st amongst those who leel
Bympatlu t -r a frieud iu distress,
Both the Knights ..f Pythias and
the Pythian Sisters have shown llieir
instrinsic worth in tin: carrying ...it of
tho teachings ol those ordors, and wo
are justified in saying that, at the
recent bereavement of this eity oliieinl
not th- least principle feature was the
extension of comtoit tnd material aid]
to tl.e sufferere. Kevelstoke has every
reason to be proud of such organiaa-
lions as Ibeso, which nre founded . n
the principle! of doing good to others
and not only is it confined In tliese
two but to all other suoh orders in the
oity, When charily is so uppermost
in the heuis..[ our people and when
Iraternal sooicties which have b i Ire
fluently I. en disclaimed by olorgyi. en
a-, being antagoiiistio to  the el....el,
prove by piaotical work what their
value is and lmw unjust hav.- been
the ...-eii.uii .im h.id against ilium by
ni.ny   .- ..f.-l.n..-..,  we leel Ihal nl ilo
this coinlili. I things prevail   I e
morals .a our city will be upheld in a
Moiiejr le lo.in.
Office.: Revelstok
....... 3. Mc.'aktf.h,
A. M. l'lNKUAM. J. A. HakVKY,
Revelstoke, B. 0.      Cranbrook a 0.
J. M. Scott I.L.D W. 1. BrlKRS,
Barristbrs, Solicitors, Etc.
Money to Loan
Solicitors fur Molsons Bask
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Suiveying
Engii ring
McKenzie Avenue,
Box inn, Revelstoke.
(Member American Institute of
Mining Engineers),
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstoke, B. C.
Mine Management, Examinatii us
and Hep.".'.*.
Reports compiled, Plans and Blue
Prints nl Land. Timlier Lin.its. Mines,
Mills md Buildings prepared in shape
t i- submission to prospective investors
or purchasers,
&be toaiMbcralb
"livoiii . . . earnestly a visciho.u for
their Kood to onlt-r tbtapapcr to be piincmnlly
served; up. and io be looked upon as a pun of
tf.   ■-... ..-, :-.;...--.     A.-...-MN.
It is gratifying to see that the
citizens of Revelstoke, have had tbe
good sense to make the passage of the
by-law Ior the installation of an auxiliary power and light plant, an accomplished fact, and tbe pulling on Wednesday showed that interest in the
progress of Revelstoke and desire for
municipal improvement were really
felt by the citizens.
The installation of a new light ing
and power producing system is perhaps the most important piece of civic
legislation that has ever been introduced into the city government, and
that the people realized this fact and
believed that by this scheme Revelitoke would surely increase aud
devel ip by the create.n of new Indus,
tries, WU fully evinced by the result
of the voting on Wednesday. There
may be some, possibly, still, who are
sceptical and antagonistic but i ■■ o
tbey will be made to »ee that cheap „   .
:.e a  greal  and  powerful ffjl|  g|ye  tw„ |UlUll.n,s ,    ,, , U|1,
Blesi the Lord,' and "Thy Will He
Done." Dr, Morrison singing the
■olo In the latter number, Mn R,
Bquarebriggi will sing the lolo, "A
lin-;. f Paradise," while .1 quartette
composed of Mrs,  K. Squarebriggs,
\l.-« Grant, Dr. Mo
Halt  will  sing
Somewhere," the solo being taken by
Mr-. Squarebriggs. A new feature in
tho service will bo a short dismission
anthem, " Bov. how.. Thine Ear,"
sung by the ohoii immediately alter
ii..- benediction
l-'i-iini Our Own ("orrusponilcnl.
'In F. uiuy morning, Sidney, eldo-t
son .-! Mr. ami Mrs. Vaughan, passed
away at the age ol eight years. The
Itinera! service was conducted by Rev.
Mr. McColl at the house, tlience to
the Arrowhead cemetery. Thc large
attendance ut this seiviee and the
many beautiful Iiom! tributes are
assurances of the deep sympathy for
the bereaved parents.
Miss Alma Thomas left on Saturday
for her home in Aslicroft.
Miss Kennedy, teacher at Camborne,
was the guest uf Mrs. Brittain for tlie
Easter holidays.
.Miss Wilson, of Beaton, spent
Easter with Miss Dickinson.
Mrs. McKay, of Toronto, is visiting
her daughter Mrs.C.Clark.
Mrs. J. Johnston and M'ss Roman,
of Revelstoke, also Miss Hyatt, of
Comaplix, are ll.e gnosis of Mrs.
The K.. of P. bull on Monday evening was in every way a success. Almut
forty couples attended and all agree
that it ranks among the best ever
given here. Their hull has recently
been enlarged and was very prettily
decorated for the occasion.
A congregational meeting was lield
in the Presbyterian Church on Tuesday evening, for the purpose of electing a new Board of Manager.. A
resolution was carried adjourning the
meeting to a dato when Dr. Herdman,
Superintendent ol Home Missions for
B. C. and Alberta will be present.
A well-attended and highly-successful concert and social was held in the
Presbyterian Church on Wednesday
evening. A splendid programme of
vocal and instrumental music was
rendered at the conclusion of which
refreshments were served by lhe ladies.
Geo. Keid is in Revelstoke.
J. Taylor passed through Arrowhead Tuesday.
Mrs. McKitriok, of Revelstoke,
visited friends here this week.
D M. Layton [returned Wednesday
after having been on the prairie ior
the past year.
J. Armstrong spent 11 lew days in
Mrs. Stevens is visiting friends in
Mr. Thomson attended the Teachers' Convention in Nelson ibis week.
" The American Tramp" is billed to
play here on Tuesday evening next,
T.'-ii, in -w being the anniversary of
Ki i Church there will be a speoial
musical lervioe in the evening    In
Governoi* Dunsmuir is Buying
a Large Estate in the
Okanagan Valley.
Local husiness men havo buen eon
sidering fur some time the (urmatioi
of a company to develop electrical
power at Shuswap Falls, nliout thirty
miles from the city of Ven.mi. It lies
long beeu recognized that th tall
could be made to furnish p.-autioill;
unlimited power, but so far tlie question of cost has preoludod all atmuipts
at development. The report of Engineer Gait, just submitted, places
the proportion in a very I.tvurable
light from a financial point i.i view.
He states that some 5,000 horse power
cm be developed at ..cost of 1250,1)00,
and It only six hundred boise powor
be taken at l(i:ilj per h-u-s- pnwera
lUlfloienl revenue could l.e 0 I allied
to c- .ver interest elm rges .l.l.l 1 meat ion.
As the city could probably take about
*ix hundred horse |...,vor in run
electno light pl.i' I there seems Iill e
doubt I.ui lint iln. 01..1 i- I'.-.-ji.1..
One great obstacle e.xiBts lu the lad
lhat th." Shuswap Falls is now un r
a government reserve for irrigation
. urpuses, and in .giitiun i- of.- oh vital
i'.ip.i'ta.iei- ti. ihe 'Jkiinagan distriot
b.it ii lias been i.-li ihui such an important source Bhould not I., alienated
until lhe pi.Bsil.il.iy of its being used
to lurnisb water for >. comprehensive
scheme of government irrigation has
been investigated, it is uiideistood,
however, that Mr, Gait believes thai
the lay of tbe land is not such as to
render a large irrigation scheme
effective. If this proves to be the cm
there is little doubt but that a local
power company will be able to secure
the necessary rights and to place
power on the market at a price that
will mnke Vernon very attractive from
an industrial point of view.
"A Jolly American Tramp"
C. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Camp, No. 220.
■Med. Second nml fonrll. Wednesdays hi
if.icli in....ili. in Selkirk Hull. Visiting Wood-
...on cordially Invited to attend,
W. li. AltMSTRONQ.Con.Com.
11. W. EDWARDS, Olork.
F. 0. E.
Tho natulur meetings tire hold iu tl.o Selkirk
Ilnll every Tui-s.hiy ovealna Bt 8 n'oloca. Visit
in.,, brethren firn'cnlinlly invited.
II. A. BIId.tN. I'lflsmiMT,
i-.oi.f  nnv I.M.tf.n Ne. 1.1 A F, & A.JV1.
Thc regular meet-
lugr arc l.rlil in tin
Mti-.inic Temple,
Mil Fellows Hnll.ra,
the third Monday in
^uch month at. >
i...n. Vtatttiigbroth-
ren   cordially  wel
i*. A. rmii'UNIKIt, Skcuktakv.
Meets overyTliui'Hday
evening in Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'coek.
Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend
U. C. 1 VUOHLIN. N.G.      J. MATHIE, Sue
Another Province Finds New
Subsidies Inadequate.
The new arrangements for provincial subsidies do not lessen the
dissatisfaction in Prince Edward
"The Dominion government," said
Mr. Martin, M. P. Ior Queen's, P.E L,
"refuse to abide by the contract of
union will. Prince Edward Island
with respect to continuous communication, On tlie other hand the Dominion, tinder the provision ol the act
ol 187.1, which admitted Prince Edward Hand into tho union, exacts iis
pound "I I'esh from thu province.
Previous to the union the provinc
built '200 niilea of railway at a cost ol
three and a quarter million of dollars,
.Canada waa made a present oi this
load and tl.e small province ol Prince
Edwaid Island is taxed with interest
at 5 per cent, on the cost ..f construction and that every year .-iiice D-73,
This interest is $117.GUU a year and a
gi.-al drain on the province. Tin- pn -
vince claims tl.,.1 n.-t uiily should tin [ '" "'
interest .■ease hut that Canada should QE M £||T    BLOCKS
refund all that has been   paid   under
this beading linci 1873.
(Md Range Lodge, K. of P.,
Iio. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
CX'iept Tlilnl Wednesday nf
t-H.-l. ii.. fill., In ilic Oddfellows1
Hall at s o'clock, Visiting
Knight nre cordially invited,
G. II. BROCK, K. ..( It. It S.
H. A, BROWN, M, ..f F
Henry's Nurseries
Headquarter.'* for Pacific ("wist Rrown
and imported Garden, Flold and
Flower See da.
Tliousnnds of Fruit and Oniainoiitul
Trocs, ltliododoudmii.s Ho.sus and litmly
•ilaiil,* now Krowiiip on our own grounds for
futiiro plan Ling.
No gxpoiiko, lossordoinynf fnmi«fttl(m,
Inspection nor customs duties to pay.
Visitors aro always walcomo to inspect
our stock,
Greenhouse Plants,
Cut Flowers and Floral Designs, Fertilizers
Boo Hives and Supplies, Spray Pumps and
SprayitiK material.
No agents—thoroforo you have no commission to pny. Our c-Ualugun tolls you
aliout it. Lot mo prico yonr list before
placing your ordor.
Wo do husiness on our own croiinds-no
rent to pay, ami are prepared to moet nil
competition. Eastern prices or less. White
Inbor.   (.ataloKues Froo.
P. 0. Addrossund Greenhouses:—3010 Westminster Road. Branch Nurserios'.-Snlltli
Door II.M.I-, Animals, Blrda, Hal., Klc.,
Animal Bugs Mounted,
... BoxSl.
Stadia: L'oroerol PlratSt. and Boyle Ave.
Revalntoke, Il.C.
factor in aiding materially in the
building up ol Ilevelstoke as a city lor
indu-trial development and neu tbat
the cititem have agreed that ihe work
shall be proceeded with and have
given their assent to the issuing ol
debentures, there mny remaini the
disposing ol these debentures, which
ihould offer no dillicult seeing that
Kevelstoke has already proved horsell
thoroughly capable ol carrying to pro-
f.tabie effect any undertaking upon
whicli she may embark.
An evidence ol the excellent work
carried on by fraternal societies in
Revelstoke and British Columbia In
general, was evinced the other day nn
th. - -,1-M.ii ol th" deati. of Mrs. I'eiry
aud it is with a sense of admiration
li.r the noble work done by these
orders that we s.e the ever ready und
willing spirit brought to light on
the part ol our citizens on these
occasions. In such ii case whero
sympathy and companionship aro
bo necessary, an.l where human
aid is such a solace bulb tu mind and
The agitation in Prince Edward Island is beginning, an appeal to King
Edward will follow, and unless thi
D. minion shows more desii I conciliate the people, Prince Edward
Island may yet ask to revert to tbe
position oi a crown colony,
The attendance at the publi
fur March -■.-..-1    wi
.   1
92 -:
Public School—1
iv. 1
.   M
93 75
" IV.
" V.
" VI.
Dl 12
-•I i,*
*m 92
91 13
lorrison and Mr, iv, Headquarters   *ClirnitlirA I
"B mi isi (for . . . rurniiure i
"I    ilactored Ior all classeslol buildings
All Itin l- of boilding and plastering
Halcyon Hot Springs
L'n.l-r the new management of
Harry Mi Lvrosit,  Hoffman   House
I iii.. mosl curative in the
m-i. natural remedy for
..ii .s'.-.m m* md  Muscular  diseases,
Liver, and Stomach ailments
and aI-'im-   Poisnninjc.  A sure cure
(oi  "Thai  Tired Feeling."   Special
rat.     -        '..i.its and trains.  Two
Mini depn.it every day.
.no.'..mm.in,n   with   nil
m i-nii.i
; to |lt per week,   Foi
fniih.-i i ,      ilars apply to
ii \i:i;Y McINTOSH
Ha ley on Hot Sp rings
A rrottl Latin, B, C
Evans & Woodrow
Dealera in Beef, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fish an.l Game in
Season, Orders promptly attended to,
First St. Revelstoke
Notice is horobrfriveii that 10 days alter dale
I inli-iiil lo apply to the Chief Commlsslone- of
i jt.Kls und Work, for a special license to cut
antl curry away timber from the following
described lands sHuntcd in Wesl Kootenay
l'iiiiinii'ii.-iii... at n pnst |ilanteil at iinrtli-wiist
eorner ul 'i'i -. .or llerlli No, en;., nnd mnrked "M.
Grady's cornor i>..Ht," tlience ..) clialna imrtli,
thenee UM clialna west, tlienco l.l cluilna smith,
theni-i-,].... cbaina ea,t to point uf cnniinmiccnient.
Dated March Hind, 1807.
.at inch 3d It, (1UADY, Locator.
Mr.  and   Mrs.   Vllllghan   wish   to
thank there marfy Irionds in An w-
hend for lhe kindness and sympathy
shown then, in their recent bereavement,
on behalf nf mysell ami family I
desire to thank tho many Iriends In
the city for tlie kindness and sympathy extended to us In our sad
F, Tkiiuv.
i cd stock ol Orocerie« and
a mi ii' ol I .panels C li a,
for Revelstoke  Farming
 f  all    kinds, of
Farm P   In ■•-, Hay and Wood.
John E. Wood's Furniture Store FpOfil StPGGt,
That's  Royal  drown kind—
made In Vanoouver—Largest
ri. ,ii,, Factory wesl ol Wi -
peg,    lions.- cleaning and
", hii gareeasy with itsholp
Ami Ilu- in-.ney saving |g lhe
Premium System
Booklet tells what, we give for
Roval Crown Wrappers, Hend
lor It—Fro.—Also try the
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
Province of British Columbli
No 368.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that tlio "liritish
.'.iliiinli.il Timlin,*'" Liinheilj whirl, un .In nth
day .if December, 1H0O, wna authorised niul
licensed to carry on bualneu within ll.o Pro-
rinceof Britiih Colombia,.. hereby .mtimrlnod
...I h.'ens.i.l ti. carry iiiiKiriiluiotnlli,. |,„y„f
the additional, objeota «1 Um c.m.|...i.y to
which tho legiilatl.o authority p( ..,., Leuislu-
..... ..f Britiah Columbin extendi,
Tliolioii.liilli.-niifUii-i'.imiifiny |g situnto nt
the cuy nl Muntroiil iu the Provlncoo! Quoboo,
Tin. ain..uut nl llio i'ii|iil..l.,(lho Ciimpniiy I
by.... tticrean ..f oapltal i.f two hu.ulrod ti	
and .liilliirs divided Into two U.imsnnd shares
... ......  Miinlreil .hillnrs each.
Thn liiuiil iiilli-« i.r ilu, (,'ompnny ... tbli
.'.-mi inc.i i- Bituate on K.rst Sit root, lliiv»)l,*t.il.<),
.'■I   will  Irviuii  llriiftts,  ll,.rri-t.!Mit.l..w
• '.••■ •■ audn-- i-ilm-nolo, i* tin. iiiinrnoy fur
-. .' n le. i"! i no! nn.I Soul i.f 0|li,.„ m
Victor!    I'r..i in.-o ..f llniiish Columbia, .hi*
f I, .a M   .,   ..in, thousand nlno
. ind -.-.
I'..... Irar ol Joint Slock Compnnloi.
Tlio...Im  i nbjOOl    f'.r whii-li |hl, (',„n.
f.. -v I B   bl   u  ■ MiM.Muii ,,,|,| I,,,,.„„M.,| llr„.,
ill    T'.-i''i|i.ir.i l.y imr. hn.-o, len*  ,i.|,„r.
wtie .nol ..wn....ni.l. inn lui ni,, h Nd iii iliK,, snw
ii  if-,'Inn., 'i. .mj    Irif.iii- fi.nl rivets, boomj
fii.'l   ......in i -ivifi-i---    im nny -ni h  rivers or
waiH..uny* i.ii ..'.. property uf thn Company or
.-" and to -iinreo linom charge. In coq.
in-iiMi, therewith, '■. oreute coitalruct,"build
mi., operate -ttater.powera, bydraullo iwwsrt,
B.-.     iMA.fr- .nnl iiisOil budIi |,|„„t „,J
MM IiMiiT.   ill,!'.  Iill    -iiryfur  lilll   ^K.IUrtt-
■ m-i . Hon, developmenl,   dla.rlWlon
ninl trt.u.i.f.i.'ui.. nl nlool ririty ninl iiloilric..!
a...I other power, ...ul orwito light, heat .....I
|j".w"ir,.nnl I....... B0Uor "tluirwi-e (Iis|h.so of
■-.'■  -    I  and ..l.i. in,- light, |„,wor nnd haul
for UlO l.'ll|.M  '!    (if Illll ('mIIi|IIII|J-    mill    t„    |,„y,
'■ll i.r Ion-. lliiiHiiul wiwnr a* may l,n ,,,,-i.lnr.t-
m t.i ii... mm. andoojict.ol Ibo Company on
fi-  mm ... .in,   ompnnyi provided nlwuy.
hi       .-iM    M
on uui.
fit HI III |S|WI|f, M'l.HII   l.X.'t
...... n.i property of th.' ...rpittiy, -1,1,111,„ *„|,.
, nfl
Furniture   Piano"  or Merchan- 'hatthe rinht*nn<l prlvllsKs.hfrsbjy conlerrsd
,, i I ',, ,   ,,, -.1"" mponyl..«enor..loelortrl.nl enoroy
n dry-well-built ware- *
house in convenient location.
E.  A.   HAQGEN,
ll.-fii I- Late and Insurance Agent
Kevelstoke, I'.. C.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Boughb
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Nolle- :s InreLy given that thirty
ays aller date 1 inlend In apply to .le
hi. f Cuniini-sioner of Lands ..nd
'York, for.. special lie. use to cut .....1
carryaway timber (rom the following
described lauds in Wist Kootenay
1. Commenolng at n post planted
on the nortli bank ol Horn.. C eek,
about three niilcB and a quarter fro...
tbe Columbia River and mnrked "E
McBean's south-east eorner post,'
thence '10 ehains wes.; thence id
eh iim north, thence 80 elinins wc«t,
thence 80 chains north, thenee 40
chains east, thence 40 chains si uth.
hence 4uchain- east, tnence 20 chains
iouth, theme 40 chains east, thenee
10 chains south lo place of commencement.
Dated February 23rd, 11107.
2. Commencing at » post planted
ou ll.e uortli hank of Maloney Creek,
about foiii' iniles nnd a hall Irom tin
Collin hln lllver, snd marked 'E. Me
Bean's south-out corner post,' thenci
80 ebains west, thence 80 chain:
norlh. iheuce 80 chains ea-t, theoce
80 chains soutb to place of coinmencement.
3. Commencing at a post planted
on the north hank of Maloney Creek,
about five and a hall miles from the
Columbia River, and marked "E Mc-
Uean's sum l.-eiot corner post," Ihenc.
80 chains «i st, thenoe80 chains nurlb
tlience 80 cbnins easi, thenco 8l
chain« si-nth to pointol commence
4. Cnnimoticlng at n post planted
on the >.-.. bnlll; of Mnloiuy Creek,
ahout six .... a half ...ilea from .he
Columbia Ilivor. and marked "E. Mo-
Beau's suuth-east eorner post," tlienc-
80 chains north, thence 80 chains
west, thence 80 chains south, tlienc-
80chains eaBt to point ol commence
5. Commencing at a post planted
on the north b. k ol Maloney Creek,
about seven miles from the Columbia
River, and marked "E. McBean's
north-west corner post,'' thence 120
chains south, thence 40 chains east,
t.ience 80 chains north, thenco 40
chains eaBt, thence 40 chains-north,
tlience 8*1 chains west to point of commencement.
Dated Feb. 27th, 1907.
6. Coinmeneing at a post planted
on the north bank of Maloney Creek,
about seven and a half miles Irom the
Columbia Rivor, and markod "E. McHean's south-east corner post," thence
40 chains west, tlience 40 chains north,
thenoe 40 chains west,thence80chains
nortli, thence 40 chains east, thence
40 chains south, thence 40 chains east,
thenco 80 chains south to pointol
7. Commencing at a post planted
about one quarter ol a milo south ol
Maloney Creek, and about three quarters ol a mile (rom the Columbia
River, and marked "E. McBean's
south-east corner post," thence 80
chains north, thence 80 chains west,
tlience 80 chains south, thonce 80
chains east to point ol commencement.
8. Commencing at a poat planted
about one quarter ol a mile Booth of
Maloney Creek, and about one and
three quarter miles trom the Columbia
River, and inarked "E. McBean's
south-east corner post," thence 80
chains west, thence 80 chains north,
thence 80 chaius east, thence 80 chains
south to point of commencement.
Dated 28th February, 1907.
9. Commencing at a post planted
at the south-east corner ol T. L. 10468
and marked "E. McBean's south-west
corner post," thenco 80chains north,
thence 80 chains east, thence bO chains
soutli, thence 80 chains west to point
ol commeiicomont.
Dated March ht, 1907,
10. Commencing at a post planted
at the north east corner of T. L, 9616,
and marked "E. McBean's south-east
corner post," thence 80 chains north,
thence 80 chains west, thenoe 80
chains south, thence 80 chains east to
point of commoncement.
Dated March 2nd, 1907,
11. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank ol Mica Creek,
abuut two and a quarter miles Irom
the Columbia River, and marked "E.
McBean's south-east corner post,"
thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains west, thence 80 chains scuth,
thence 80 chains east to point o( com
12. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Mica Creek,
about two and a quarter miles Irom
the Columbia River, and markod "E
McBean's south-west oorner post,"
thence 80 chains north, thenoe 80
chains east, thence 80 cnains south,
tlience 80 chains west to point ol commencement.
13. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank ol Mica Creek,
about three and a quarter miles from
tbe Columbia River, and marked "E.
McBean's sonth-west corner post,"
thenco 80 chains north, thence 80
chains oast, thonce 80 chains south,
thonce 80 chains west to point of commencement.
Dated March -Ith, 1907.
14. Commencing at a post planted
ono qunrtor mile west nl tlio Columbia
River, and one mile bolow Eight Mile
Creek, and marked "E. McBean's
nurth-east corner post," thonce 80
chains west, thence 80 chains south,
tlience HOchains east, thence 80 chains
north to point of commencement.
15. Commencingat a post planted
at tbo sonth-west eorner ol T. L. 1)792,
and niarked "E, McBean's south-east
corner post," tbonco 80 chains west,
tlienco 80 chains nortli, thonco 80
chains ensl, thence 80 cliains soutli to
point ol commencement.
Dated March 5th, 1907.
ii.cnci' mi i.iitt.jt.
nhiiina east, thenoo
point ol rornmei oc
troi cnaina west,
north, thenee 160
lu oliiins south i.
me. t.
18. Ooninienoiiii! al a post planlcd
one and a quarter nclcs wist of the
fail.inn-ill River and a quarter mile
north ol Indim Creek, and marked
"E. McBean's north- ast corner post,"
theuce west 160 chains, thetfoe suulh
ID chains, .hence east 1G0 chain",
thenee north 40 chains to point ol
Dated March 6th, 1907.
19 Commencine. at a post planted
two miles east ol ihe Columbia River,
back ol T. L. 9fift and marked "E.
McBean's north-west corn-r post,"
tlience40chains east, thenoe 20 chains
south,thenco 120 chains tast, thence
40 chains south,thence 120 chains
west, thenoe 20 chains north, thence
40 chainB west, thence 40 chaini north
to point nl commencement.
Dated March 7th, 1907.
20. Ci.iiinu neing at a post planted
>n tl.e cast bank ol the north tork ol
dig Mouth Lreok and about three-
quarters ol.. mil.' Iron, the main creek
and marked "E. McBean's sonth-west
crner post," thouco 160 chains north,
theuco 40 ohaini east, thenee 1110
chains snu.h, thence 40 chains west to
point ol coninieni-enieni.
21. Commencing at a post plantod
.... the east lm k ol tbe nortl. lork ol
Big Mouth Creek,about three quarters
ol a mile from the main creek, and
mark'd "E. .McHonn's south-east corner post," tlience IliO cliains north,
thence 40 chaini west, thence 1(10
chains south, thence 40 chains oast lu
point of commencement.
22. Commencing at a post planted
on tl.e north bank ol Big Mouth
Creek, about two and a quarter miles
above north tork, and marked "E. Mo-
Bean's northwest coiner post," thence
80 cliains south, Ihonoe 20 chains east,
thenee 80 chains south,thence 40
chains west, tlience 80 chains north,
ihonce 20 chains west, thence 80ohains
north, thence 40 chains east to point
of coinmencement.
23. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Big Mouth
Creek, about one quarter of a mile
above soutli lork, and marked "E. McHean's s uth-west corner post," thence
80 clmins east, thence 20 chains north,
thence 80 chains east, thence 40 chains
north, thence 80 chains west, thence
20 chains south, thence 80 chains
west, thence 40 chainB south to point
ul commencement.
Dated Maroh 12tb, 1907.
24. Commencing at a post planted
on tl.e south bank ol Big Mouth
Creek, about three and a halt milea
above Bouth lork, and marked "E,
McBean's north-east corner post,"
thence 40 ohains west, thence 20
chains iouth, thenco 40 chains wost,
thence 20 chains south, thence 80
ohains wesl, tbenee 40 chaini south,
thence 80 chains east, thenoe 20 chains
north, thenoe 40 chains east, thence
20 chains north, thence 40 ehains cast,
thence 40 chains north to point ol
' 25, Commencing at a poet planted
on the south bank of Big Mouth
Creek, about three and a half miles
above south lork, end marked "E, McBean's north-west corner post," thence
40 chain; east, thence 20 chains north,
thenoe 40 cnains east, thence 80
chains south, thence 40 chains weet,
thence 20 chains south, thence 40
chuius west, thence 80 chains north to
pointol commoncement.
26, Commencing at a post planted
on the east bank ol a stream coming
from the south, about lour and three
quarter miles above south fork, and
marked "E. McBean's north-west corner post," thenoe 80 chains south,
thence 20 chains eaBt, thence SOohains
Bouth, thence 40 ohains east, thence
ohains north, thence 20 chains
west, theuce 80 chains north, thence
40 chains, west to point ol commencement.
27, Commencing at a post planted
on the east bank ol a itream coming
from the soutb, about lour and threo
quarter miles above south fork, and
marked "E. McBean's south-west oorner post," thence 80 chains north,
thence 80 chains east, thonce 80 ohains
south, thence 80 chains west to point
of commenoement,
28, Commencing at a post planted
on the east bank ol Big Mouth Creek,
about five and three quarter miles
above south (oik, and marked "E. Mo-
Bean's south-west corner post," thence
80 ohains north, thenoe 80 ohains eut,
thence 80 ohaine south, tbenee 80
ohains west to pointof commencement.
29, Commencing al a post planted
on the eut bank ol Big Mouth Creek,
about six and three, quarter miles
above south tork and marked "E. Mo-
Bean's south-woet corner post," thenoe
160 ohains north,  thence 40 chains
east, thence 160 chains uuth, thence
40 chains west to point oi commence-
'. K.wor, wlm.
...ll.e' ...r. |...i
I ..r.iviti.fii.i n.i.i municipal law, mul
reguiniion i In Lhat behalf
J.   T. ,1-i.iiiri. l.y |,iiri-|inae, Iriiiso i,r uthflr-
M .-. Miii,.,-, iiim.. niluer.il rlh-hti, .niuurnl
.-mi i- and nporatoaotl dispose. <■. thn .nmn in
wlitiliivir wny ninl In- in Hu; !»'!*! hildrosls uf
i Iiii .'..hilino) .un. ti.......rry ..r work mm It mines
nr mineral, nn land.ho ncnalrsd, ... »n inmi.
iir....!.- nci.nlrod nnifrm wlm I. snmolm f.iun.1,
.....I develop the anmo and to nil, dill iu. soli,
barter, eirhiuige or dlsnoiQ ..I the sni.i Itnul*
Bud Ibo protluoie and by-pfoducti thereof for
.l.n hono.li"' tbo company.
i'.i   To .-.ii.Mtrii.-t. . wu. ulllian .mil mnlnlnini
"....... land.nl the Company inch olecltlCnl
Irinosi.r rinlwiiy. i.r..Uinr nu.alisi.f liii-diui.tinii I
i;:.^:::;™,::!;,!;;''!:!:!;,!:''^"'^.<,»»"« ■.**w*< the
auld land, of the Company and which may be
ii... ...iiry or useful li.r lho piirposesol carrying
iiiiiiiii il.oCumpuny'i landi lhe ohjeclu ol .hi
16. Commencing at a poit planted
hull a mile smith of Eight Mile Creek
und one mile Irom thc Columbia Ri»
er, nnd marked "E. McBean's south
esst corner post," tbenee 40 chains
west, tlience 80 ohains north, thence
HI ehains weBt, thence 40 chains north,
theuce 80 chains east, thence 120
chains south to point ol commence
17. Ciinnie..eing at a post planted
Columbia Itiver, a quarter mile north
ol Indian Creek, and marked "E. MoBoan's south-east oorner pus t," thenc
30. Commencing at a post planted
about halt a mile eut ol Big Mouth
Creek and about six and three quarter
miles above south lork, and marked
"E. McBean's south-west corner post,"
thence 160 chains north, thence 40
ohains east, thenoe 160 ehains south,
thenoe 40 chains west to point of commencement.
Dated 13th February, 1907.
81, Commenolng at a post planted
one third mile west ol north fork of
Big Mouth Creek, and oie quarter
mile nortl. of main creek, and marked
"E. McBean's south-west corner post,"
thenoe 160 ohains east, thence 40
ohains north, thence 160 chains weit,
thence 40 chains south to point of
32, commencing at a post planted
on the south bank of Big Mouth
Creek, about three miles below north
tork, and marked "E. McBean's southwest oorner poit," thence 40 chains
north, thence 160 chains east, (hence
40 chains south, thence 160 ohains
west to point of commencement.
Dated March 14th, 1907.
wed meh 27 E. MoBEAN.
Notice I. here!.)' given tha.SO daya alter dale
I Inlend to apply to the t.'blel (lommlialonet ol
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Dated Feb. 7.b, 1907,
•   '   . SUPPLEMENT
« WSi*".-
Never Thr®
theffead Ocdef Lrae,
PTI AT you do."  says Florizel
his Ferdita,
"Still    better   what   is
done • •  •
•  •   *   When you do dance, 1 wish you
A wave o' the sea, that you might
ever do
Nothln*? but that: move still, still so,
And own no other [unction."
How many of us, do you think,
would justify such praise, even In so
eimplo a matter as standing and walking about? The more we examine
into the acquiring of beauty, the
more we see that it Is almost a science,
nml that everywhere there are rules,
that, followed, "lead on to fortune—
Neglected, all the voyage of our llfo
Is bound in shallows and In miseries."
at least so far as the. perennial search
for Ponce de Leon's fountain of youth
and beauty Is concerned.
Tew women, for Instance, know how
to stand so as to display their figures
to the best advantage. An easy test
will convince you of this. Stand with
your hack against the wall, with
head, hips, shoulders and heela touching, and note tho effect. Not very
good, is it? Abdomen thrown forward,
nips seemingly enlarged, bust flattened and chin doubled! Vet this ls
only a visible demonstration of your
usual appearance when you stand on
your hei Is. That la the great secret—
the "open sesame" to beauty of carriage. Always stand on the balls of
your feet; throw yourself forward
rather   than   backward.     And   thus
shall you acquire a graceful carriage
and a springy step.
It will nut, to most persons, come
easy habitually to stand on lhe balls
of the feet; to one unaccustomed to
this position It will at lirst be most
fatiguing. Uut remember that meanwhile your chest Is being thrown out,
the head raised, the abdomen straightened and the shoulders naturally In
correct position. If, however, this
soothing thought cannot prevent
acute fatigue—and it is hardly likely
that lt can!—there are several (exercises that you may take to strengthen
the overtaxed muscles.
First, the unkles, on which tbe
chief strain falls: Practice rising from
the balls nf the feet to the toes, and
repent this exercise twenty times
morning and evening. Kepp the body
erect during this; otherwise the entire weight will fall on the heels,
causing a distinct shock.  Or i,also for
A 5tyIiJh figurt tyaik upon Correct Foist.
the ankles) get at the root of the matter by practicing walking on the ballB
of the feet, but in so exaggerated a
manner that the whole body ls
thrown forward. So far should this
go, in fact, that you should Involun
tarily feci that If you do r.ot get your
feet In place quickly enough you will
fall flat ou your face.
The next muscles needing strengthening are those of thc waist. For them
there is a very good exercise:   Stand
Mrs. Symes' Aids to Correspondents
The Proper Proportions
WILL you please tell how much peroxide
of   hydrcgen   to   a   spoonful of ammonia,   lu   remove   superfluous hair?
Also, what will remove pimple.*?
You do not mix the peroxide with
the ammonia as you evidently think.
Dilute the ammonia with water, making a weak solution. Wash the affected part with this first, then apply a little of thi peroxide with a
bo ft linen rag. You might pour about
a teaspoonful in a saucer.
Pimples are usually a sign of im-
£ aired   digestion   or   Impure   blood.
Ive simply and hyglenlcally.  Do not
ent rich, greasy foods.
You might also try a bottle or two
of sarsaparilla or some other slmplo
blood purifier to get you In good condition.
For a local application the following cream has given great satisfaction:
Fosntti Cream for Pimples.
Lanolin, & graniB; sweet almond oil. G
grams; sulphur precipitate, 5 grams; oxide
of zinc, 2m crams; extract of violet, 10
Apply a very little of the cream to each
pimple. Walt until the pimples aru cured
before tiling the face brush, which might
Irritate them.
How to Get Walnut Skins
Recently 1 noticed your formula for walnut
etain tor the hnlr. Please tell me how tn
get the Wftlnyt skins, and also what will
removo the etaln, should you get It ou hnnds
or face. E. R.
If you live in the country or can
go for long walks In the woods, tha
walnut sltlns may be gathered by
yourself. If you have no such facilities, any of the blir drug firms keep
these skins, Oot your own druggist
lo send for them.
The stains may be removed from
the hands or face by the uso of
lemon. Personally, I always use a
piece of Hue pumice stono lo take off
ull stains, but this roughens somo
skins. Wet tbe stain with warm water and rub the pumtoe lightly over
It. This Is also splendid for Ink on
the skin,
The Effect of Walnut Stain
1 would like to ask a question or two
about the wiilnui slain. Will the stain wash
Oil tho hnlr ami the entire length hnve to bo
stained every time the hnlr Is washed or
just tho roots need featalnlng as the hair
grows again? Will It stain the bed linen,
and ran tho shndo be made to suit your
own Imlr by diluting? I am not gray,
only a disgusted chemical blonde.
The stain does not easily wash out
of the hair with ordinary shampooing, but ns with all such coloring
mattcis, It will wear off In time, and
must bo renewed. If you can do this
yourself, well anil good, hut It is a
rather delicate operallon so as not to
give a streaked look, and I should
advise you to go to soma good hair
.Irosscr, who will see lhat It Is evenly
distributed over Ihe hair.
The dye should not stain llie bed
linen unless ymi retire while it Is
Mill wet.
.Yes, you can dilute It with wnter to
produce any shade of brown you pre-
Concerning Ammonia
ffliruld  the half ounce of ammonia In
*A   rivalciau'i   FreecrUiUun"    to   -utore
natural color to the hair be carbonate of
ammonia or liquid ammonia?
What nniount of carbonate of ammonia
le required  te a pint "t water  for good,
strong aqua ammonia for household uuoT
I enjoy vour helnful hints very much.
A. W. K.
This prescription requires liquid ammonia.
Aqua ammonia Is not made by diluting thc carbonate of ammonia with
water, but my means of machinery,
which injects the ammonia gas into tbo
water. However, you can make a good,
strong cleaning Uuld by using about an
ounce of the carbonate of ammonia to
a quart of water. It is very powerful
usfed in these proportions, and a certain
amount of care must be exercised ln its
Thank you bo much for your words
of appreciation. I nm always glad to
hear I have proved helpful.
To Build Up Quickly
Which Is best to take, olive oil, grape
juke or cod-liver oil? Which one builds up
quickest, as 1 am very thin, and -.uuld I
takii Dr. Vaucalre'a bust developer at
lho same time? Kindly let me know, as
I have been waiting fo long and I am so
aruiuua.    A constant reader,
D. R. N, L.
Either of the remedies you mention
should build you up, if persisted In long
enough. Which tn use Is more or less
a matter of individual preference. Some
people simply cannot swnllow cod-Ilver
oil, though lt Is now disguised In many
pleasant forms. There Ia no doubt,
however, that It Is invaluable for "picking up" run-down systems. Grape juice
acts as a blood maker, while olive oil Is
not only fattening, but is now advised
by many physicians as a healthful dally
diet. If you find It unpalatable, yon may
Just at first use It In the form of French
dressing, gradually dccreiiHlng thn vinegar till you can tnko tho oil "straight."
The Vnucniro developer will not interfere with the oil treatment, whichever
ono ynu choose,
I am very sorry ynu Bhould hnve to
wait so long for your answer, but your
first letter was never received,.and in
sueh voluminous correspondence ns
mine, ench must watt her turn as patiently as she can.
Cucumber Cream
I am n constant reader of voiir page nnd
would   like to ask a  few questions.
Will yon pleaso give me a formula to
use the Juice of cucumbers in n fnci> cream?
Which In the better to nee. the ripe or the
green cucumbers?
Also, run you lell me how to pmierve
the Juice of the encumbers so thnt it will
keep nn Indefinite length of time? Will
Just cooking ll mike H keep?
Cnn you tell me how to prepare a walnut h'llr dye? | hnve quite n few of the
hulls nnd have heard a very good dye can
be mnde of ihem, Mrs. n. L.
The following formula for cucumber
cream has proved satisfactory for
many years:
Cucumber Lotion or Cream,
Expressed julco of cucumbers. ^ pint;
deodorized alcohol, Ili ounces; sweet almond
oil, V- ounces; Shaving cream, I dram;
blanched almonds, Hi drams.
This is a luave h-thm-very whitening,
sofionlm' nnd cleansing Tnke tho shaving
cream nnd dissolve In rosewater by healing ,
In a ciiHiard kettlo, Heat the almonds in a '
mortar, and by degress Work In the soap
nnd water. Strain through muslin, and re-
turn in the mortar ftlr constantly, working In gradually lhe alcohol. In which the
oils  have nlready  heen  dissolved.
Illpe cucumbers sliould be chosen, as
they are much Juicier than the green.
An excellent wash may be made by
cutting one or two unpecied cucumbers Into small pieces. Pound these
in a mortar until they make a pulplike mass. Filter through cheesecloth or coarse muslin, squeezing out
as much Julco as you can. Now put
the pulp and the filtered juice into
an enameled saucepan and simmer
(don't boil) for ten minutes.
Then restrain, and when cold add
alcohol in the proportion of one ta-
blcspoonful to half a pint of the
strained liquid. Bottle and use to
Bponge your face. This should keep
for a long time.
Here Is the formula for the stain.
Be careful In applying it to get it
evenly spread over the hair:
Walnut Stain for the Hair.
Four ounces of walnut skins beaten to
a pulp, to which Is added pure alcohol. 18
ounccB.   Let stand eight days and strain.
llefore using any dye the hair should be
freed from grease bv a thorough shampoo.
The dye should be applied to the hair by
moans of a toothbrush and occasional combing with a new comb; contact with the
si alp should be avoided.
The skin is the thtct tough substance
that surrounds the hard, woody shell of
the black walnut. It la this that contalne
the stain.
A Series of Questions
Under either eye the skin appears very
rough, although lt Is quite smooth from
the use of cream. The pores are, I think,
cloned, but each one seems to have a tiny
white lump under lhe surface. I am lold lt
ls caused by squinting, which I have done
a great deal, even when laughing.
Having blackheads, I applied your remedy which has dried anl drawn the skin
almost Into numerous little wrinkles, end I
assure you 1 am greatly distressed. What
shall I do?
What may I use to thicken and lengthen
the eyelashes'? Am uBlng a preparation containing rosemary, lavender, vast-line, cantlia-
rides and ono other. Is that correct? Kindly
advls.' me. Many ugly pimples form on
my chin and neck, some hard, while olhere
era not. blackheads bother me; am sure
my blood must be very Impure.
Am using the Vaucalre remedy, with rood
results. Can I take something for blood
wllh that? Cnnnot use castor oil In any
form, I hnve tho Fosattl cream and blackhead cure, which helps me; but the trouble
always reappears ln time. Must use some-
tltlng at all times. HEADER.
You undoubtedly need a good blood
purifier, as pimples are not a normal
Why not try the old-fashioned remedy
of Bulphur and molasBes ln tbe proportion of one tahleBpoonftil of sulphur to
two of molasses and take a tableapoon-
ful threo times a day? Or else consult
your doctor as to what he might advise
for your special condition.
For the ilny white lumps of which
you complain, suppose you try tho following treatment.
Whiteheads (Acne Molluscum).
Open each seed ncne with the point of a
fine cambric needle. The hardened mass
must be press".] -,r pricked out. The empty
sac of the glnnd should then be hnthed
with a little toilet vim gar and water, or
with a very w«nk solution of rarhollc acid
and water, Sterilise ihe needle before using
It by dipping it into boiling water.
The treatment for blackheads should
not have the effect you mention, ns it
has proved successful with so many.
You may, however, have a very sensitive skin. Discontinue It nnd try gentle
massage with the orange-Mower cream;
also dash cold waler on the eyes frequently. This may help tone up tho
To thicken your eyelashes, the following ointment Is excellent, nnd, I believe, the one to wblrh you refer. Bo
very careful In using It not to get |t In
your eyes. Many people find their eyelashes grow better by trimming the extreme tips occasionally. This Is not
easy to* do for one's self, ns ft is hard
to keep them straight.
Eyebrow and Eyelash Orower.
Red vaseline, i ounces; tinetur*** of can-
tfcarldu, lj ounce: "li of lavender, li. drops;
oil of roscmnrv   15 drops
Mix thoroughly. Apply to the eyebrows
with a Uny toolhl>rush once a dav until
the growth Is sufTh lenily stimulated, then
less often
This rlntment mny be used for the eye-
Ushft also. In this case, n should be very
carefully applied, It will Inflame the eyes,
u any oil will, It It ndi Into them.
T am glad you find the Vaucalre remedy helps you. It may be taken in connection with a blood purifier.
Softening the Hair
Will you please publish In your health
and beauty columns a recipe for softening
If you shampoo your hair at least
every two weeks for a while with the
egg shampoo so often given in these
columns, and massage it well every
night, using the following tonic, the dry,
harsh condition of your hair should be
much relieved:
Tonic for Dry, Falling Hair.
Phcnlc acid, 2 grams; tincture of nut
vomica, "\i grams; tincture of red cinchona,
30 grams; tincture of cantltarides, 2 grams;
cologne, 120 grnms; sweet almond oil, 60
Apply to the roots of the hair with a aoft
sponge once or twice a day. Thia lotion ls
especially good for very dry hair.
Lanolin in Cold Cream
I have been making a cold cream com-
poaed of lanolin, mutton tallow, benzoin,
spermaceti and nil of almond, and using it
every night on the neck and bust for Tilling
out I read ln one of your recipes that you
use the benzoin and lanolin for reducing
flesh, Will this cream I am using benefit
me? Doea lanolin reduce flesli 7 Perhaps
you could suggest a more beneficial mus-
eage cream. If you could, you would oblige
me very much. Instead of washing my
face al night. I rub the above creum well
In nnd remove with n towel any dust or
powder, la thero anything among tho Ingredients lhat would he injurious lo the
skin, using it so frequently?
If this cream 1 speak of will give satisfactory results, I wish you would tell me
just how much of each Ingredient I should
use. I do not know exactly. How cnn I
measure a dram? INQUISITIVE.
I do not know the cold cream to which
you refer, and so could not possibly
give ynu the Ingredients. Lanolin docs
not reduce flesh, but is used In such
mixtures to give the proper consistency.
I will give you a massage cream that
I know to be excellent and which you
can use Instead of yours. Personally,
1 do not believe In using a massage
cream every night unless your skin absolutely requires It. Nor do I npprovo
of not washing the face»cxcept possibly
In the case of some aggravated skin
Double where water has lieen proved lo
he Injurious. Wash your face thoroughly with a face brush, or If you do not
possess one, with a perfectly clenn wash
rng. Then rub In thr cream, massaging
your flesh carefully. The proper use of
tho face brush prevents the cream from
stimulating a growth ^f linir.
One UupoonfUl Is a dram.
Here   is   the   formula:
MossRpo Crpom.
Iiinurln, '.''.■ ounces; spnrmuceil, S ounce;
whlte vaseline, li'- ouncenj cocunnut oil, 3
ounces; sweet almond ull, ; ounces; tincture
of benzoin,  'i dram.
Melt tho first five Ingrodlonta together,
beat until tho mane concretes, adding the
benzoin, drop by drop, during thin procesn,
Extract of Violet or any perfume may be
added, If acreoablc.
Try Natural Methods
MISS G.-Whllo thc Vaucalre remedy
will not hurt you in any wny, I should
not advise any young girl to adopt artificial means of enlarging the btisl. Why
not try physical exercise and massage?
Tne conlour exercises given hi the issue of November 18 tne excellent to fill
out a nock. Practice deep breathing,
and bathe the bust frequently In tepid
water; also give It a gentle massage
with a good skin food, working upward
and outward. Drink plenty of milk If
It ngrees with you. Tnll Bhould rapidly
make you put on flesh.
I know nothing of tho skin food to
Which you refer, but you will And either
tho crenm of swoet oranges or orange-
flower rream very good,
Dry, Falling Hair
I have been helped by your kind answers to others, so ci'ine to you with
my own little trouble, What cnn I do for
my hnlr? For quite a long time It hoe
been falling out. There seems to be some
dandruff. II seems lo be dead, yet, when I
•mil IL It sum* aad met, but !■ very Un*.
It seems to be thinnest at the sides, and
especially In front. I do it high and comb
lt out ln front for a roll, but do not wear
a roll under. Do you think It affects the
hair to worry? I wash lt with lust soap
and water about once a month, and mansoge
the scalp, as you direct, most every night,
but the more I do the worse lt Is.
Worry, excessive enough to affect
your health, will certainly have Us effect upon the scalp as well as upon ail
other parts of the body. Try to overcome the very bad habit of "crossing
bridges" too soon. Do you know that
little verse that tells us
WT-.en by God the heart Is riven,
Strength is promised, strength la given;
But   foredate the day of woe,
And alone you, bear the blow.
Now to see if the hair cannot be
Try shampooing oftener, say, every
week for a month or two. Using tho
egg shampoo faithfully sliould relieve
the dandruff. Then five minutes before
you finish your massage treatment each
night, rub in this lotion:
Lotion for Dry Hair.
Glycerine, t ounce; eau de cologne, \4
pint; liquid ammonia. 1 drum; oil of origanum, li dram; oil of rosemary, ft dram;
tincture of caiitharldes. 1 ounce,
Urlsklv achat n for ten minutes, then add
camphor Julep, i£ pint, nnd again mix well
and "Mr. A few drops of essence of musk
or other perfume may bo added.
If you can afford professional treatment, great benefit Is often derived from
' To Remove a Mole
Will you please tell mo how I shall removo a mole from my face without Injury?
Mra, s. F. a.
Moles mny be snfely treated by a surgeon or skin specialist only, and I would
noi advise your tampering with one.
They may bu removed either by electric
needle or by cutting. If the operation
ls properly dune, only the faintest scar
Consult a Physician
Will you kindlv give me tho recipe for
tetter of iho scalp and railing hair? Will
you also give mu a recipe in thicken the
hair? H. U. V.  M.
The bcBt thing you can do Is to consult a physician at once, Teller Is a
form of i.uist nn and n quires special
treatment. It Is tbat. of course, which
causes ymir hair to fall out. Cure the
conditions and the hair should grow, in
nicely. Von might try, If you ilk", rubbing a Mill" vasellno tni» the scalp.
He sure not to gel If on the Imlr, uh il
makes It very greasy.
Falling and Broken Hair
When ll child I hud the RIOBl liNiiill-fUl
hend of hnlr It wna so l-mg and thick thnt
II hml to bo cut twlco (-very summer, as
the doctor wild my sitingth all went to my
About three yenrs ngo 1 hnd a slight CMS
of tj'pliolil-pni*iiiiiniilii, iim) did not have my
hnlr cui Since Ihen M has come out by
the coinlifiil. unless I Wash It every two
weeks. If I do n»l wash It that often, It gets
very oily and sticks together, h>i Unit It la
\ Impossible to comb It decently lt parts so;
" it is of a very greasy nature.
I nlso snnrl my pompiuloiir hnlr; unless
I do It doesn't look presentable and ino-ly
my pompadour hnlr has bocomo very short;
I cnn hardly lake II back. It Im ho short. 1
braid my hnlr In small braids, verv tight.
once a week. Do you think that Injures It?
I have been told so, Every other night I
comb It out straight and braid It very
When 1 wnsh It In thn first water I use
soap and rinse in borax, and tho next nml
Inul. pure wnler.
Now I have* described ax nearly na pon-
nlhle how 1 treat my hair, nnd nflk ynu to
kindly advise mo how to make It grow
lunger nnd Ihlcker, ns I bellow tho hnlr In
ono of tho leading points in ft girl's appenr-
ftlico. , E- IJ.  '•'.
I am giving you an excellent hnlr
tonic, but I am sure it will be of littlo
use without massage each night, as your
scalp needs friction to get it In good
condition. As you say your hair Is oily,
I will nlso give n good drying lotion,
Use lho egg shampoo when you wash
yonr hair, ratlier than your present
treatment of soap and borax,
Snarling of tho hair for a pompadour
Is bound to br"ak lb" hair, even with
the mosl careful wmbtng oul
The uliilllm:    f vour hair -.Itnuld not
upon the bans of the feet, the arms falling naturally to the sides. Bend from
the hips until your Anger-tips touch the
floor, nil without moving (lie knees.
Or, If this seems too strenuous at
first, try one of these: Sit on the flour,
and, without aid from the hands or
aims, sink slowly backward until you
lie flat. Then rise again to sitting posture, still witii hands and arms Immovable. Or, the third alternative, stand
erect and bend at the knees until you
sit on your heels. Recover without old
fmm the hands. If you can accomplish
all' this without once shifting the weight
to the heels, you may be sure that you
have maintained a correct position
throughout the exercises.
And now, finally, the head, on which
more depends than most persons Imagine. To obtain correctness of poise
in this, balance a book of medium
weight on the head, and, with chest well
up and shoulders erect, walk about tho
room, slowly, then more rapidly, and at
last swiftly, never onco sinking to the
heels. Finally, practice stooping with
the book on the head until you can pick
up a pin from the floor.
Thero is a secondary reason for all
these exercises. Those for the anklea
and the waist prevent contraction of tbe
chest and arching of the abdomen. That
for the head forestalls that ugly line
which results when the head ls thrown
too far forward. Together, they cause
suppleness and strength, and accustom
the body to Its new position on the balls
of the feet.
So much for standing, but a word
must he said about walking. Most women move about by simply throwing
the weight of the bedy alternately ftom
one hip to the other. Unless you wish
to develop your hips unduly, and do not
mind lack of grace In accomplishing
your object, you should walk without
moving your hips at all. All motion
should originate In the joints, if by
placing your hands on them you can
feel your hips move when you walk,
you are moving incorrectly and Injuring the beauty and grace of your carriage. The head, too, should be held
erect, but nut thrown forward; a goud
rule is to have the eyes always on a
level with lhe horizon. The chest and
shoulders should be in a perfectly
straight line.
Even if you do not desire to stand
and walk gracefully for themselves,
you must know that the "stylish" figure Is always a correctly poised one.
1 do not mean the fashionable figure-
that requires that Its devotees should
every year revolutionize themselves for
the sake of some new mode—but what
the French call "la forme chlo." tho
quintessence of smartness. You can
not wear clothes attractively unless
you are yourself attractive, and you
will never be that until your figure Is
grace itself.
At first you will no doubt find it
rather difficult to keep the thought of
poise in mind, but when you once find
your "centre." and establish that equilibrium which Is so nrce?sary. ynu will
have mastered poise. Standing and walking correctly will foi! w as a ratural
sequence, and you will be repaid for
any mental effort entailed by a grace
and Btyle that will be distinctive.
On the Care of the Hair and Skin
injure It as much as most methods of
waving, particularly as you do not do It
every night.   Here are your formulae:
Quinine Hair Tonic.
Sulphate of quinine, 1 dram; rosewater, 8
ounces; dilute sulphuric acid, 15 minims;
rectified spirits, 2 ounces. Mix; then further
add glycerine, ',» ounce; essence royale or
essence musk, 5 or 6 minims. Agitate, until
solution is complete. Apply to tho roots
every day,
Lotion for Oily, Damp Hair.
For greasy, moist hair the*, following is
an excellent drying lotion. If ured daily, It
tendB to produce a crispy condition.
Powdered bicarbonate of soda, borax of
soda inlso powdered). '-, ounce of each; eau
de cologne, 1 llui.l ounce; alcohol, 2 fluid
ounces; distilled water, IS ounces.
Mix and agitate unlll Bolutlon li complete. \
Do Not Stain It
Will you kindly advise me what effect
henna leaves will have upon hair of the in-
cloned sample? In some pans my hair ia
not so red and in others It Is probably a
trifle redder.
I deslro to obtain brown hair, not dark, If
It can bo secured otherwise. If henna leaves
win nm have the desired effect, can you
suggest anything outside of dye lhat will?
Will you please alBo advise me If they are
good io uno on the eyebrows?
When 1 say that I do not wanl dark
hair, I mean that I do not want a shade so
very dark that tho change would b» quite
noticeable, B\ U. McM.
if you tnke my advice you Will not
tamper with your hair, which ls of a
really lovely color. You probably
have the objection most people of
your coloring havo to red hair, but,
believe me, yours ls a shade which
Titian has mnde famous,
Henna, you must understand, Is
really a stain that must be constantly
renewed like any other dye. Tho
walnut stain diluted to a light shade
would be better If you persist In
tampering with your hair lt can
also be used on lho eyebrows. All
Such stnlns,  however, should  be np-
£lled. If posslblo, by a professional
Try darkening your hair with a little vaseline rubbed into ibe roots.
If you wear browns it will do much
to tone down the vivid hues of your
Red Feins and Shaded Hair
I have ml che.ki. which I want, of
course, hut my cheeks hnvo those little red
veins lhat show So plainly nnd are not
Keiiy. What can I do li remove 'he tittle,
wormy-like red veins, but still have red
cheeks? Then my hair close to my head
in dark, while the ends are light. I should
like to have It all on" color, whichever Is
thn right one.    My  hnlr Is very oily.    It
mnv be that which causes n t.i become so
dark nearer the roots, or Is it that the
ends have fad.d? fi. D, H.
Tho r"d veins of which you complain nre protmbly due to nn error in
diet or to Imperfect circulation, and
cannot be reached through the ordinary
complexion remedies, it is Imposslblo
Without further knowledge to tHI Just
what vou nerd. Why not nsk your doctor?
The light ends of your hair are not
unusual when the scalp Ih not in a
healthy rondlllon. as the excessive oil
bhews yours is not.
1'se carefully the tonic and lotion
given to "K, D. E." and wnsh your hnlr
wllh thfl L'gg shampoo every two weeks
at least.
Miussage it well each night for about
twenty minute*
Concerning a Toupee
I would Uke some Information from yog
in regard to a l.alr dye. I wear a t.,n]>ee,
and my own hair U of a .lull nature, nth*
cut gless. and ir.e toupee being i.r a glj-tiy
nature, does nut match my own hair, lut
If the gloss were taken out It would man h
Kindly'telt me of a dye or something that
will deaden the lustre ani make It dull, so
as to match mv own and mt Injure the
touree. CUSTOMER,
The best and Indeed the only thing
for you to do Is to take lhe 'toupee"
to the hairdresser from whom you
purchased It and have her color it to
match your hair. You would in all
probability ruin It If you attempted
to remove the gloss yourself.
Enameling the Face
I thought of getting ename) and applying It on my face, but I did not Ilk- to
venture without your valuable advice I
really know but very littlo about lt. but
when It is put cn is It thero to stay or
could I remove it at night? 1 did not
Intend having a pr 'f'-ssional to apply It,
merely  to get a couple of bottlea and ex-
peri ment
Why not try «ome other method of
Improving your skin than enameling it?
Personal.y 1 think any form nf enamel
or face whitewash, which It practically
Is, can always be detected, and gives a
most artificial look.
Theie has been such full advice given
In these pages on acquiring n dear,
fresh, healthy looking skin thnt you
should be able to find some treatment to
suit your speciul needs.
To Cure a Red Face
Win you please tell me thn-ugh youf
columns of a remedy f->r re.tness of the
fae» and hanla" When, ver I como In eon*
tact wlfh bent er wind mv fac geii venf
red.     An'l  alio  lell   ma  of  some   hstn-|e*-»
remedy for removing t-upi-riiuous hair from
the arms. MARY,
Diet Is the chief factor In overcoming a red face. Do not overeat, and
avoid rich, greasy, indigestible foods.
Take cooling rather than hut drinks
and avoid nil thai are nlcohollc Use
lukewarm water In washing the face
rather than culd. When out In the wind
a thin veil should always be worn.
Hot foot baths nr.' also said to help
In a case of this kind.
Depilatories nre dangerous things to
trifle with, ns I havo said repeatedly,
The only Biire cure for superfluous
hairs is electrolysis or the X-ray,
\You might try. however, bleaching;
them with a solution of peroxide of
Wash the arms with a weak solution of aintmnila and water. Then
poor a Htt].' of the peroxide In water
and apply with a piece of linen,
The bleaching process will have to
be repeated from time to time, but
peroxide is perfectly harmless to the
Physical Culture for Bust Development     ">
BLANCHE D'A.-The contour exercises published on November 18 are
very fine for developing the bust and
chest. Also practice deep breathing,
and massage the bust gently with an
Upward nnd outward movement, using
a good Bkln food. Frequent ablutions j
ol laid waiet will likewise be of use. \ Ti^"fi-^^x^->i!s:.rrsirBs«-.-r!fsgMtssim
*-■•:.-'.-"::?**'.. :v 4$§8?
vr-:-:"«^'-'*0„A   if:-"..*?.*!-
N^av^cA r ■•>■■,■■•
Jl uk her sister, she found her very charm of fnco
..nl manner likely to prove her undoing when she went
out into the world lo earn a livelihood. Nu sooner would
she be installed in n home as governess thun. through no
inuli nf her own, slu* would be dismissed sumtnarlfy.
This young girl is too beautiful to be a governess,"
wrote one of her tirst employers to the superioress of Uio
convent school. "I ler conduct has been above reproach,
yet 1 cannot ki ep her."
Una Cavalleri, however, had no Intention of hecom-
Ing a teacher,   The music balls of Vienna
and for
>«*., s4^ Qavaliepi in
attracted her,
must popular
Tht tteautiful Ppo/f/e.
or Miss TBPP3P
I     -    -
t"   \
nnilEIR mimes ure un the tongue of
j       every music lover iii Europe,, these
Iwo talented women who tire lo sing,
us rivals in beauty and in voice, in grand
opera in America ihis winter.
Geraldine Farrur will feel that she is
coining home, for she is an American, who,
amid all the triumphs of a remarkable career
abroad, has never forgotten her native land.
For famous Una Cavalleri, the experience -.rill be dilferenl, bul Americans have
long heard of "the mosl beautiful woman in
Europe," and are prepared to give her a royal
welcome and a warm appreciation.
Engaged to win plaudits and American
dollars by iheir appearance here, these Iwo
women will constitute a beauty show such as
is seldom seen in grand opera.
.   i.-k hI.i- was une ul tl.
a In .hut city ....J Pails.
.■;.-. i. then sl... luid u faculty of picking mi! .!... h.-st
dressmakers, ...i.i her costumes created ;i sensation.
It Is Bald thai I'rlnce Alexander Barln.lnakl, Hon of
.. Russian iii.i'li- house, wus responsible for the entry i.f
Cavalleri Int.. grand opera. "V.... must cultivate yuur
voice," In- insisted: "you are wasting yourself .,.. the
niusii- hull singe, which Is not worthy of you."
Cavalier! didn't want in study for llie operattc siurf...
It meant years of luinl work; beside, she iv.is already
making whnl seemed to her fabulous .nuns.
When, however, aftor her kivu. success nt St, p.-ters-
burg ;. feu- years later, she found herself making moro
money In a week than sho had before In monlhs, she was
glad .1.;.. she had accepted good advice.
By lli'l Cavalier! was singing lhe principal part of
Mimi In Puccini's "Vie do 1 loll.-r.it." In Xiinles; her real
career had begun, This, too. only a short time aft.-r her
first public appearance, In Lisbon, had resulted In failure,
A brilliant season In St. Petersburg followed, and sh"-
lirr.-.fTi.' ;-:i the rage In Russia: engagements In Pa"-.,
were hers to command, i.n.1 her own country, I'.iy,
stretched out 'ts arms entreatlngly fur her—It vould
inl:.. her in Us heart, ...    ,„,„,. „,.,. ,,„ ,,„-.
..     ,.-.       „-   wen!   the  public  thrilled  under  lho     e%Z%^JSiSi. upon advleo of Mme. Melbn
whu was manifesting a deep interest In  the Ai	
When the Forms realized that their little daughtor
wns tin; possessor of a rare natural gem, destined lo
dazzle and delight audiences thai ban grown accustomed
to Melbh. Nordiea anu other Btars, ihey took her to
Mttropu, in order that the wonderful voice might bo
trained by the best teachers.
In iw the young girl arrivea  In  Paris  with her
mother, and at once plunged Into study under Marquis
de Trotadello,   Before she had ever been heard in public, ■
'ie wus offered $2000 n year by American managets to
an.l hoi
consummate ;
her costumei
I    rS capnaii  i :  v.
|   SiJ        * very Interei
S i     *    .    ;    :
-  '
! Mi b Farrar and Mile. Cavalleri are noted ln
■ .'..,.  . ■' Euro] e 11 ri ally 1 ivelj women
Ing competition, then fore, is ox-
the two    li will be tin   natural
.lent, cultivated,  and  the   ■ rlk! ib  ft i tinlne I un il.    d
the Old    -   * t the -   new,   i ■  Miss
Farrar i-  ..  healthy,  sprightly  Ann r * an  maid,
Mile, Cavalleri In this hnttie repn - nts the charm lhat
ripens u tdt r the i mil        kies ol Italy.
Were m I  I ■■  Ame Icai   gii   bo generous ■-* endowed
by nnl ire    he would 1                 ro fear a
lion In competition  with  her foi         rivfi      For Mile,
for some j   Li's as tl 	
not a great natural I -. r I    r   i
,    ■   ■    .      i after tw i    il      tun
Evi     uow  It cannot bi a gi ilee—it  Is
rather i ■■-.:.
■   it oi . ■ - i able
'accompli."-'. *..
After nil i i
Beauty   ind inlmlto
evei " niutit ordir.ii
And then
the envy and despali
:  . ■        . ' ■ ■ ' ' ■
It m i■  be * *    ■ tut a
■hat   Mil. '   -
.     ■      ■ :
■ r
■ ■    '
*    ■ .    . i '
[ Rome, by ■ ier Italian
iter to the Unii
.   ■■
She and her;
t was tb they should ■
oi - ■   f
Ada. tl
charm ol her lovelines
like Importatl ms from dreamland.
Mile. Cavalleri hns purchased n splendid bom.* in an
attractive section of Paris, where her equally lovely sis-
tet keeps I iuse for her. It Is related tlmi sume lime ago
lemure Ada became skittish enough in dress in i.no
ol her Bister's costumes and pose before u famous photographer as "the most beautiful womrji tn Europe"—a
deception that was not even suspected, ••<• wonderful was
ii,.   resemblance.
And yet It was the continued prodding of this sister,
ns much as anything else, that spurred the music hall
dancer to the strenuous efforts necessary to lift her to
tin gran I ip >ra singe
h is whispered on the other Bide the v-iucr thnt wln-
somi Gentldini Farrar during the last -".'.-un. when she
has sung to delight* i au llencos ir. Paris and Monte
Carlo, has acquired a Partslun air which haa taken
Imn ■    ■ ly.
Of! the stn ;■, however, It is snid Hint she still retains
that cl urm of glrlbh Blmpll Ity that has won Iter so
■ u . ;.-.. friends while holding the old ones, and lhat
she Is never anything but a light-hearted, loyal Amor-
li *. gii . ■.'.' .: ideas us fresh and healthy as her well-
monidi i body,
No one could really have blamed the young girl bad
she  me        ted a   •'■ mp ana   of   thut   wldespri ad
latu r-daj i ..■ ly, "b • ■■■ .-: oilt," For her experiei ci ■■■
ind   ci        ■    ■ nt ni ugh lo turn the head of
m in; *   erson,
It  v v   M   :- *y] to first  predicted that th"
little  i ;   girl   who   a i .     >foi *    the   Am trail tn
- , ■■■• ■■ nl becom ■ the
Ji nny I      of Amei M dl a, ipon hearing
!. :■ ter a year of trainl I she undoubtedly
Ni w il ■ it :"■ years : * -. sin I ■ aire idy justified
these i
Oci ■' .       .'■ irrai ml   *  *-*■  'I known In this
before uf study In
: lewoy's victory
Mrs. at the White
the Pi      lent asb'd I Ing "The Star-
>'.*■'■   ...-,;,* :!:-,-   l. :*   .;,*'
.     ■    ■     *'
■  that i yes were
ed and tl *   i ■ ■■ was end-
-■!■.*■ ira in her
I rei
t their lives In
[  mean."
I:   "Yes, poor fel-
1   *     ■   o hack in
Iphli base-
■ ■*„...       isi popular
ial has charae-
.   ,r much
. i ■■;■■ ■: hei
n ■■ .. te In her
, ■....."■       mood,  also
id fl [uro not
girl, Later ono of lhe managers, uiixlous to sucuru the
Bcrvlces of tho promising young singer, Increased his
uiiii* io 5*31)00, a t>i,iu that cuuscd vast astonishment to
"Hid" Farrur.
Years before Farrar had often snid that had hn iiitio
girl been a boy he would imve mnae n baseball playei of
hini, as it was n money-making business, li wus rather
astounding to think of ffitjuu n yeui beinu earned by the
pleasant-taced I Hue girl who wus so well known, years
ago, un the streets of Phlladoiphlu near the baseball
However, this verj (lettering offer was refuse..!, ;un|
Geraldine Farnu continued her studies, but before bor
term as a pupil was ended she was signed by the management of tbe Itoyal Opera Kousi of Berlin for an
engapjumetii of three years.
Her contract there permitted her to sing at other
places, gn I'aris aud slnMlar iiiiisic centres became acquainted wiih hor.   At one time, upon very short notico,
She took thc place of Mine. Calve in the Opet'U "Arnica"
ut Monte Carlo.
Whl la in Berlin Miss Farrar was the recipient of
markoil attention from the imperial family, and became
a popular idol. It has been stated thut sho received J10.-
■000 a year for singing there; U< r tour of Kuaslan Poland,
over a year ago, was stopped by the p» lice, because thoy
said the opera contained dangerous revolutionary airs.
Later, however, she sang in Moscow.
Her charm*; seem lo have made victims of a number
of German gallants, It Is suid that during her stay In
Berlin she received proposals of marriage from no fewer
than seventeen lieutenants, twenty-three captains and
eight majors In the German army.
In March, 1902, at a diplomatic dinner at the palace
she was invited to Bing bj llio Umperor, and ho was so
; li ■ bi il thai ho f -.. ti :il y ii .- v.. ■. the nnliation, Singing .-'" often at the palace, she saw a great deal of lho
crown prince, and bis attention] to ber became murked.
Under her mother') guidance, she received these as
homage uuld to her art rather than to her personality,
but n Merlin newspaper printed a story concerning hor
friendship with the prince, .--.> much attention did ibis
siory nuract and so fefoatly did it upset llie young girl
tha*. she retired temporarily from the Btage,
Miss i'. ir* tr Is niiva;    accompanied L>>  her parents;*
she llkos to he called "Gerry," and Is frank, free and
merry with hei* friends. She Bpeaks French, German and
[taltanMH ilucnily bb she does English,   Her manner Is
:;:-... lous, -:   iiii ..I and simple.
the t ■ . an attractive Irish warmth, softened by
American birth and contact with tho must cultured society ul Europe, the combination making a charm us
wonderful aa tor beauty or her exquisite voice.
The voice Is a rich, dramatic soprano, noted for a
certain -wild, birdlike quality, Its appealing valuu Is
,::!....   .1 u. th * arl ol i'i" actress,
Like Mile, Cavalleri, sbi has mastered the dramatic
side of oi era, and has rounded out a wonderful natural
glfl by hnrd work and study,
Like thn fair daughter of Italy, too, her beauty of
face and form has grown only more fascinating, moru
thrlllli;.'. with the years,
Her frlei da have m. fear for her laurels In tho beauty
-::■". .■:' grand opern tint this winter Is lo witness.
-".-.? * k ••-*
- i
.:-■ H|
:■'■' .:.  ...   •:'.':)
Woman CTjok\N ho Earn.
Sl i.UUU a Year
W. .' . in
.  i mis,
! .--.-..-
: - - ,      . • •        . •      ■
a     , '.-  -.  H ■-.;...-:.    I
iid, wl fui i roduc-
:..-■■ .' ■■■''*
enti.     herself with tl     i    il    ■'
v.. -i f a chef, Mrs. Lev     .      ■■ ureat
deal '•'-. '       ' -     fork of the kii ith hot
own hai . .   11 yoa wi li n thiiiB ; - * ■"   ;-*
■■ i must do it yours. If," i i h am ■ ol 1
adage is is truo now as when it was first spoken,
inanj years ago. ,,.,.,     .   ,
■*, ., I. spread is the fame of tins high-priced
cook that graduates from hor kitchen nr.. always
,1 ,.,.] up at good salaries. And «he hns calls
to journey to all p rl ol tho kingdom, to preside
,..,,r tho : i--1- n end sf more than ordinarily
important functions,
ffrj-.lewfs Cr/t/uzeif
oe gj'ow
Ap CHIEF culinary artist of the Cavendlih Hotel.
London,  Mrs.   Lewis'  dinners  have  long won
■  ■:■•".I   praise  frum   the   must   exacting  foo.1
. .1      nun of English high llfo.
j.-or ...... .       .. call, ar- continually mn.li- fur her
,,.-.;   . -. and hoat.sies. whose entertalnmi-nts
•r. a iellgll. ..-f. 10 bu.ud society and whose dinner.
noted I ilslte I
One would not I 11, stilt,
, mam ■ ■    '
■ :.     .,■ i
I iv...  , I    I  r. nc
fully thin  gli! ■     	
; .- :- ' '    '      '
...... ■ I"       -     :      '"',..
il...|, ii. .nation with ft p' Cabinet M
.i     .1 .1 lead
ning "   t. <-mm.     ..-■ unt and Insists tnat i
Mra  Li -.. if   ho kitchen
nigh   ,, . ,     - ,,,, ; these nay
receive .alarloi ol Iro n '  to 110.000  i iMiai
only one memliei   nf the craft In  Loi. i	
known, reci Ivos .     ■      in M      L. wl     He I      Id lo
.,„ pal I from $20       - - i I   ll
*i ,-,-km.-'! i.-i as one ol th.
*» £ j*	
iiHist rem
,.n..r ol thi Mfiiii-Mi, i..-.-;,i , "There Is
if.nl:, whits f'.w - hers, ellhoi in London ... I'nrls,
euual t."-r if. originality and fertility of - illnnry Idea .,"
iler career Imn Included ,-:... n ie
of tho Lading London .-i'i!.-;. and ■-■ ■ Is always in demand ai 'f'- fashionable ruci. n lings. au"> -* .\a. ,.t
Newrnurkni ttr.'i Warwick,
Tf/, ;■ / m j-r) j;'\w,7*]}j)0Q a/ear Cook
i •<,':, u    i   ■■■   *    natural
■ how d ,.,--.
.,...-..- ... ,.*-..-.
■ ■ ■   ■■
. . ■ ooklntf as  n  b isli ass  In   the
if   i ,--   ■      ',.   ie   Pai Is,'   '*.    ■■ ■     I        i
i- ■    * ■ . ■!,.■ tie was a
"1 went through every branch of the I
;|ni m   bj   * * *■■. pots, skinning potatu      ti I   I ell
..... p .     Aftei  that, for two van, i  wns i :< to
iho ' "I.- d'Orleans."
Much   of   the   SUOCCSB Of   Mrn    Lewlfl   dup-iidi   noun
■   ■  mal  she ii bor own caterer,   Early every
morning she goes to market to seleol the best fruits
I  ..,'.* ■ m..;- obtainable   Ho particular Is sin* that
- - on known to Inapt -1, cart fully, fully nfty
ii fore 11 'i islng one.
I.. .*, |r in domand to cook for social func-
i U .. king attonds, Her refined, plain cook-
. ,.       *. tiim
ij [he Warwiok race course he showod such
i ■- , * ," i ti .n pudding thnt she preporod that
it creati i quite a vogue, und the clubhouse authorltiua
were -a: v id lo   ■ ■ ■ ' >■    for nuall i'i   day,
IftfatliublG worker, Mrs, Lowls prefers lo do
., |  . ,' deft| of the kitchen work Itsritelf,   She iisnally
- um  foi  t. . nty oi   thirty guests wlm only
two  or   ; ."■■     '      "'■>' '       I 0'  "   f'1' bloimliln  |,   -
In  had only i Ighl assistants to prep
.''■■■' :■' ■'■ ' i
[hiring tne social season sh" is iti.pt uusy  \
li        ;   , .- fjoi lervlces,   Bometlmes she euperlfl!   .ts
.r four dinner'* In one evening
lai irally she oannoi do much cooking under such
circumstanens, but speeds from house to bouse in a
,-.;,. ,,--, i-n.-.King the work of her wyli-tralned as-
NOW ai<d 'h«n sln» rslponds tn an urgent demand
r.-.*»ni the country, and it i* not unusual for her to
reserve a  ipocial compartment and prepare parts of
M   M>>
6'ome.of the. Be.autiful Jewels
Uom 2y Cstvalfepi
' -*- -' ,.*'.
Pnuii|i mi i. nnmiii ii mn .HmmmMiiiiiw iman
CdVdlkL'i la'lkdom.
lhu ulniitii' iviiiiu spteditig along in the train,
.-■;..■ ....;• bi'uii known lo truvul fur Inm tin* north,
see lii.it .< diliiier Is well cuuked und Borvod, and rush
book io Luiidun mi a mldulglK train In order lu attend
the inarkviH in m.- monilng. Tlien she would hasten
uorth ui uln tu oi iclatu ul some fuHhlonuble Inuclieuii.
Mrs Lev. in ni v.,,-, 1.., | ■ eoinpetenl assistants
aboul hei In fuel, her kitchen Is considered u famous
tminln-y school [or cooks.
(Jll - uverug . in- receives three ur four reuuoats
a uu.. from wi iiiii, ami fashionable families to ba
supp led Willi cuoks, These young women are always
certain oi pay ranging fnnn ..-ioo m $Duo a year, at
tlu- outset,
"Tu bi successful In tbe kitchen," she asserts, "one
must have an enthusiasm for detail, a constant dcslru
lo Improve and originality In the matter of experimental ecilting,
"Appropriateness uf garniture to n considerable extent males tlm success of u dish; the artistic way In
Which It is s'-i'ved appoals to eye and appetite alike,
Many persona would consider tha best-COOKod viand a
failure without Ils trappings.
"Novelty lu table dellcui-les ls always demanded.
The cook has m her disposal practically the same
materials during certain seasons, year after J'ear, so
that new ways of treating them must be thought out.
"Very rich foods aro no longer popular ln the best
houses; the tendency Is toward simple,  refined dishes.
"Beef and salmon are not In the high favor thoy
once enjoyed, Tln-y arc supposed to induce an annoying guuly eczema.
"Ring Edward Is largely responsible for the modern tasto fur simple dishes. Ho eats beef sparingly,
und his chief drink is a \\ry champagne.
"The young men of today are not nearly such good
gourmets us worn those of a Feneration ago," sho continued. "In those days a good diner would start with
sh.-n-y, end with port and give conscientious attention
lu every dish on the list.
"Now, however, the young men dine In a hurry.
They an1 satisfied with a grilled sole, skip creations that have cost the chef much time and thought.
drink champagne through the dinner, finish with a
li'iuejr and rush off to the theatre."
Cooking ls an occupation that should attract more
women who are obliged to earn Iheir livelihood, Mrs,
Lewie tlilnkB.
Hul, she Bays, the girl who wishes to become a
flrst-clnsH cook muBt not be afraid of rough work in
the early stagei of her career, nor muat she think
too much of bar nomp'.eiion.
,\  hI.i-i dale 1 inl-..,: u. apply ... tin-
Ghief Ooiniuisaiuuei' of Lands and
AVuiks tin u special licence tf cut and
carry uway tiiulM. from t.ic following
described lanos, situate in Wea*
Kootenay district:
1,  Uoiniuenciug at .. |n.*t planted
lin UlseuL'iei-1*. .....iiii.g ...lo Plllgstou
cieet, in vulley rust oi nngaton creek,
marked "W. i\ Og'lviis's is, W post,"
thence So chains .mill., Uience SU
cliains east, Uiciii-e 1*1 clialns south,
thence Bil uiiams west to puint ol com-
'2. Commencing ... a post uia.-ked
"W. 1-*. Ogilvie's S. E. c. .t-iii-i post,"
adjoining Location Nu. 1 on west,
tbenee stl cli.uus north, tlience SU
chaius west, tnence SU cliains sontli,
thence 8' chains e.o*t to point ot* com-
•s. Uoiuuienciug at a post marked
**\\'. K Ugilvie't. b, W, corner post,"
adjoining Local.ui. No, I on uorth,
tlience SU chains north, iheuce SU
chains east, theuce SU chains soutli,
theuce Sl i h.i.iis west io poinl ol com-
4. t uuunencing a. a post planted at
Boulh-wesi conier ol LociuloiiNii.il,
niaiked *-.\. I. Ogilvie's south-east
coiner [lost," iheuce SU chains north,
thence SUcuaiiia .u--i. tnence80chains
soutn, tlience SU chaiua east to point
ot eoll.liieuceliii ....
5, ... iiiiii. -neing ni a post planted
i.i. noi-tli-easl M..IIU-I l I..'.-.-.lion No. I,
maikeU "\\. !■■ Og.ln - a. W. eurner
post, tbeuce SU i ..au.a nonh, tlience
SU chains e.i-i. ihem .- ■--- - ..aius Bouth,
thence 8Uchains nest iu point ol com-
.j. Coinnieiiciiig at .. i».-t plauted
on M.tiili-.iesi coiner ol Locat.un 5,
marked ".V. I"'. Ogdvies .->. li. corner
post,' theuce SU coaius north, thence
SU cliains weal, Iheuce SU chains south,
tin-...- SU chains east'to point ot com
Dated March 9th, 1907.
7. tAiluuiencing nt a post plauted
oi, ihe nuiili sute of Location No. 5,
al.out one-half mile lioin N. K. eurner
ot Location No. j, marked "W. F.
Ogilvies S. K. comer post," thence
north 4U chains, tlience west ItiO chains
theuce south IU chnius, Uience easl 100
chains to place ot commencement,
S. Commencing at a post planted a
half-mile north ol Location post No. 7,
marked "\\. K. Ogilvie's .S. Ji. corner
pust," thence 4(1 cnains north, tlience
180 chains west, tlience4(1 chains south,
Uience IBO chains east lo place ol commencement.
II. Commencing at a post planted
one mile West Iron, lhe N. K. corner
ol Location No. S.... norlh side, marked "W. K Ogilvie's S.W. comer post,"
thence 8U chains north, theuce 80 chains
east, thence SU cliu.Us soulh, Ihence SU
chains west to puint uf commencement.
IU. Commencing al a post planted
on IS. W. cornel- o. Location No. I),
uiarked "\V, F. Ogilvie's S. K. corner
post." thence nurth 80 chains, tlience
wesl SU chains, tlience soulli SU ehains,
thence easl SO chains lo point ut' commencement.
Dated March 10th, 1007.
11. Commencing ... a post planted
on north-east cornel of Location No.
IU, marked "W. l-\ Ogilvie's S. W.
corner post,*' ihence nurth 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, theuce south S.l
chains, thence nest SU chains to poinl
of comoiencement.
12, Commencing ut a post planted
on the S.W. cornerof Location No. 11.
marked "W. F. Ogilvie's S. B. corner
thence SU chains north, thence SO
chains west, thence SU chains south,
thence su clmins easl lo point of commencement.
IH. Commencing at a post plauted
on X. W. corner of Location No. 11,
marked "W, F. Ogilvie's S. W. corner
post." thence 80 chains north, thence
S'l chains easl. tlience SU chains south,
tlience SU chains west io point of commencement.
14. Commencing at a post planted
on X. K. corner of Location No. 12,
marked "W. F. Ogilvie's H. li. corner
post," thence 80 chains norlh, thonce
W chains west, ihence SO ciniins south,
thence SU chains east to point of com-
lj. Commencing at a post planted
on N. W. corner of Location No. 13,
marked "W. I*. Ogilvie's south-wesl
corner post," tlience 80 chains north,
thence SiJ chains east, ihence SO chains
south, thence 80 chains ivesttopoint
of commencement.
Pi. Commencing at a post planted
on N.E. corner of Location No. 14,
marked "W. F, Ogilvie's 8. E. corner
post," thence SO ch tins north, thence
Sochains west, thence SO chains sonth.
thence Su chains east to point of commencement.
Dated March llth. 1007.
sat inch PI       W. '•". OGILVlIi
•in-inz f.t a poat planted un N. K. cor-
in. Nn. t, ami murked "IV, l-'. Ogil-
1 foils aad Works ter a special ltcenw to cat
aud carry away tfiaber from the (ollowlng
described Lads situated la Weat Kootonay
1. r.,»Bi.B.-ia{., ai a pes. planted a1iu.it n
nil. Iron) .here nf Arrow Lake, nn west side ol
lake, atarkad "W. F. llgil.ie's N.W. corner pnat,"
theace .oath ISO .-hains, thence east .1. chains.
thenc. .nnl. 180 chains, thenee ut-st 40 chains to
point nl i-.maieaeement.
2. Cnueictng at a post planted ..n north-west
corner a! Ucatloa No. 1 marked "W. F. Ogilvie's
N. K. eorner post," thenco south 100 chains, thenee
west l* i'liains..hence norlh 160 anions,theuce emit
10 chains tn point of rnnnuenneineiit.
8.   Cnamieix-
..... a( Local io. ..
vie's S.W, caraer poat," tliifiire 1BG. cliains north, 40
chains ea.t, ISO chain. BOUth, 10 chains west to
point o( cnnim.nceme.t.
.. ConmenctnK at a post planleil on the south,
w.-st corner of Location No. 3, tlience ninth 100
chains, theace weal. ,0 clmins, thencu south mil
chains, thence east 4fl chains to place ol coin-
.'. Coniueacing at ;i pnat plauted [ibout. 3 nf a
miie north of Location Nn. 1, marked "\V. F. Onil-
vie's .s. W. enrner post," thenci-160 ehains north,
tnence to cliiiins east, thenee 100 clmins snulli,
tiience 10 chaina weat to pnint nl commencement.
o, Conn.en.lng at a poet planted on south-west
comer nf Ln.-ation No. s, anu uiarkt'.! "W. F. Ogilvie's B, K. t-ni-ner post.'" tlience 100 ehains north. 40
chains, west, ISC. clmins south, io clialna enBlto
poln. i.r enlnmeni-enent.
Ilaleil March bill, imii.
meli lii ant W. I*. (..IlLVlli.
iS days after dare Unit-nil to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Landn and Works fora
special liccn-fito cut and carryaway timber
from the following described lands in the
IMseriel of West koetcnay:
Commencing at a p»*i imuki'd "James Anderson's mirth-weHtnirniT post," |iliuiteil nli the east
sldo oi Hohlitch Creek mi Town Line HKHJ8, running east bfl ehniiis, tlinirti 11)11111 8(1 chains,
thenee west 80 obalns, thenoo north so chuiim to
lihietjof coMin ence mont.
IVUi-l M.11.I1 1st, 1VHI7.
sat meh li .IAS. ANDKHHON.
Notice is hereby given that SO days after dato
I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Landsaud ^ orks for a special licence lo cut
and carry away timber from the following
described lands in West Kootenay District:
Comineiicinn at n post marked "H Ii. Sawyer's
north-east corner post." planted alongside a pust
marked "H. Donnelley'B north-west corner post,"
on west side of Frisby Creek, running south 120
cliains, tlienee enst 88 chains, tlience north 10
chains, tlience west 10 chains, thencu north 80
chains, thence woit 40 chains to place of commencement
Dated March 1st, 1907.
sat meh 9 Per Jas. Anderson, Agent,
Nolice is hereby given that 80 days
tfter date 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lnmls
und Works fin- a special licence to cut
■imi cany away timber frnm the following descrihed lands situated in
Lardeau district:
Commenolng at a pnst planled on
he easl side of Fish creek, ahout three
miles frum mouth of Fish creek and
half a mile east of the bank, marked
"Win. I'ai-lon's S. E, corner post,'
and dated March 12th, 1007, thence
north 80 ehains, east SU chains, sonth
80 chains, west SU chains to point of
sat inch 16        WM. PAKTON.
Notice is he..'l.y given ihal IK) days
ritii-i date I Intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands mid
Works, for a special licence to cut an.l
carry away timber from tbe following
described laml- in the East Kootenay
1.   Commencing at a pi -t marked
"D, Woolsev's south-east .......er post."
ami  planted  ....  the side of  the old
Wood River Trail, al i  live miles
east of the Columbia River, tbenee
w.-.i B0 chains, thence north 80 chains,
then isl **' chains, tlience south so
chains lo the pi ice ol cn.nmence.nent,
li.   Commencing si  a post marked
-ii. W.imI-.--.'- Ih-easl.-.:..-. poat,"
anil planted on the lide ..f th- ..1.1
Wood Rive. 'liol. nl...ni li*.- mllea
,..,*i of the I I -f hi ■ River, thence
west 80 chaini, thence iouth 80 chains,
tbenee eaal **" chains, thence nnrth 80
i-l...in* i . il.- i-l ■ .-  f commencement,
:i. Comn.em '.ut at a poil inarked
"D.Wooltey'i.. u-tb-westcornei post,
nml planled nn lln- side of ll.e old
Wood River Trail about five milei eait
of the Columbia River, thenceea.il 80
ehnins. thenci south 8Uchains, thpnee
west B0 li iii.*. thence nnrth 80 chains
to thepliii-'" .-f'-........•-. on-lit.
1. Commencing at a post marked
"D, Woolsey's south-wesl col ner post."
und planted .... the ilde of the old
Wood River Trail, about live miles
from tbe Columbia River, the..'.- paat
wi chains, thence north so cbalm,
thence w.-si 80 chains, thence south su
chains to the place of commencement
Iia.eil ihis 5th day of March, Iiiu7.
sat ....-I. id        I'. WOOLSEY,
Nolice is heraby given that 60 day. Irom dale
1 inlend to applv lo llie Honourable the Culel
Commissioner ol Lands and Works lor permission to purchase the following described
lands. Bttuated In Catena Bay, and more particularly doseri.-eH aa lollows:
n.-cl.ii.i.s at n post planted at the ..orili-esst
corner ..I Andy Olson's raach. and called '■!'.
J. Olson's N.... corne. poal," thenco 40 chains
enst, (hence 40 chaina aouth thence 40 chains
west, thenee 40 chains north to point ol com-
meneement, containing KiO acres more or less,
lM.od Jan. Sib, 190".
leb 16 sat
P.J. 0'80N.
Notice is hereby given tlmt 6* days after date I
intend tc apply tii the Hnntrable Uhief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to pur
chase the following described lnnds:
Starting at a pout marked "ll. N. Henderson."
planted at ths north-west corner ef Im 8iW on the
east slmre of Upper *rrow Uke, running eait 80
cliains, north SO chains, west «0 clmins, thence
along the lake shore smith tt point ot com
Dated Feb. Utli, 1907.
antmeli-2 It. N. HENDERSON.
NOTICE Id hereby given that (V) days after
•late I intend to apply to the Hon. the
Chief ('onimissioner of hind-* and Works for
permission to purchase tho followinK described
lands, tdtuated in VV'cdt Kootenay, on the west
shore of Upper Arrow Lake:
Commencing at a post marked "J. C. H.'s
north*eaBt corner," planted atthe northwest,
cornerof Lot Wt, thence wesUfl chains more
nr less to the north-east cornerof Uit '.ii.%
thence south to chains, thence est to chains
more or less to the sonth-west corner of bit
114, thence north 40 chains to point ef com
. icncement.
Dated this 13rd day of Keb. 1907.
inch 9 wit By his agent 3. J. Harlow.
Notice la hereby given that within thirty day*
frum date I intend to anply t» the Bononvblfl
Chief Cummisiinner of IaiuIs and Worlt-fnr a
Ipeclal IWnse t" cut and earry away timber frmn
the billowing described lands, situated in West
Kmjtenay Distriet.
Commeuelng at the north east cornerof LotSttt;
thence north 40 chain*, thence weBt ltfli clmins,
theoce suuth 4" rhatOi, thenee east 160 chain--
tn point of ijammencement.
Dated thte 8th day of Mt rch, wn.
, LTD.
Notice Is hereby Kiren that within two
months (mm tho lirst publication hereof in the
lintihh ('olumbia OazeHe. wc intend toapply
to the Hon. Chief Cominis>.ioner of Lands and
Worki for a special licence to eut and carry
away timber from the (ollowlng dencritea
landa iltuated in West Kootenay ata-rlot:
1, Commencing ar. a post, planted 'in thfl
north banko( Jonnnou ''reek uid about three*
Quartern of a mile from Kb.li (.'reek, marked
•*D Mcintosh and Wm. Hoyd -. .-1 w, comer
posi." thence norih i'i ohalni, theaoa eai-t uiu
ohalot, Uience lottth 41) chains, thence weat 100
obaina to th.* point '<( eommeaeement,
■J ComninnnnK *' ;i poit planted on the
north hunk nf John--on CiWtlf and aboul Lltrflfl
nuartersof » nnl*' (rom Kish Creek, inaik.-d
■D. Mclntmh and Wm, lloyd's N'. w. corner
p.,,t.' thence eaal IM ohalni, 'hence wuth in
chalna, Lbonca weal IW ohalna, thenoe north 10
chalna to the point of commencement
Legated U**r.;h rth. 19)7.
1», .MclNTOHH,
wi! moh20       w.M, HOYD. LocatOrt,
Sn.lcei- liereliy civn lli.it JO day. aloir.lii!'.
»c intend t". IPpl» lolho Chill li.mnii-i.iiior of
Lands anil Work- t<T n-pecinl lieeli-e l.ufl.1
am! cam- amy timber Ir'.n. tin. (..I mwiiik ilo-
■.sr....| landa in  di-.rir.,..f He-I K.... lenny:
I, Beginning al apwUboul f) chain, north
cf the Halcyon Hot gprlnil and aboul 10ohalni
Iron. I!.'.- lnke Bhoro, ana .narked "t.t. full-
m.-r*. S. W, roni.-r poat,' thenre si. .Imins
north, thenee Mchnlni nut, thenoo sn cliui..<
south, thonoo !0 ohnlni wall lo point nl can-
nienceni'.iit. ,      ...   .  , ,L
■' Hi-...i...l..n .0 a I'li'l ulioot 12" chains unrtl.
nl the Halcyon Hut Sr.riiiK* nnd marked **K. K.
Kullme.'' S. W. i.irner pott," tlienco Ml chains
nortli. thCt.ce 91 "Iinins cnsl, tlience Ml cluilna
south, Uience Ki chain, west to point ol oom*
in-1,-, in.nt.
Dated March Kne, 1B07.  „,
wtdmrehtl F.K. Kl.LI.MKK
.:....... i. h-r-ii;. f-M-ii out on .l.i," after data i
Intend ... apply '" tl.-.'l.ief Cotnialaalonerol
Landa and worka for permiulonte purchaiitha
" .niun d.Bciihe.1 landa in f/eat Kootenay .li*
l'..tiun".nclni,'at a po... pliint-.l at. III." s.iiltll-w..,(
..rne' ..I Ul. Ml, '■"'. aide "I Oppei Arm. Ink.,
tl.snee --ast .-fl chalna, annth In riiain*. west sn
t, mi ., norl I. *0 .-h.iina tn p..int..! eniiiiii.-ii. .-m.-nl
('..ntainlni' .'tn S'-r--s more nr lesa.
llaU.il M,...|i Ulii, i-.n:.
anil meh IS ll.d. Mollltl.s
Notice Is hereby given thai sn .lay, afler date I
int.-n.l to applj to Hi- Chlel Commiialoner ol
Lamia and Work. Inr permla.lonto nuroliaae the
(oliowlng deKrtheil land, in Weat Kootenay .11.
Cnmmenclng al a post |.lant.-.l ..t the N .-'.
corner -.( I.'.t T.'..;,"... N. I'.. Arm ... Arr-.w Lakes
thunce snutli M0 .-liain-i. eaal. ... chains, iiurili W.
ci.aiiis. west so rii.iins o. p..int... commencement.
Containing 640 acre..
Dated Hard, mli, i»fr.
»,,l in.li is n MoPHADDBN
Notice Is h.rei.; mien that i;i .I... alter date 1
Ini.-ii.l t.t apph tothe Chlel Conmlaalenerol
Lands and worki for permliBlnn .... pnreliMithe
following doMrlbed laml. In Weel Kootenay diatrict:
OfiinmenrinK at a   poll plMteil ali'.ilt '.nn mil..
Whfri.mil.es. I*, corner ol !,e. s. I .... sl..,r.. ..I
l-pper Arr-.w I.r.k--. thenci west SU .'halns, ."...tt.
sn chains, .-nsl si. clifilns. north S'l rlialns I... point
ef commencement. Containing 640 both.
Datarl Nana Uth, Un,
w,sl ...cl. 1:1 I.. A. M. MORRIS.
Hon. the Ohiel Commissioner of Lands
and Works for special licenses to cut
and carry a way timber from the lollowlng di'sci-ihi'il lands in Kootenay
1. Commencing at a post planted
about 2J mill's up the North Fork of
Goldstream and marked "Gns Lund's
N. E. enrner," thenco west So chains,
thence south SU chains, thenci' east 80
chains, thence north 8(1 chains to point
of coinmencement.
2. Coinineneilig at a post planted
at llieN. I'l. cornerof Location No. 1,
and niarked "Gus Lund's N. W. corner," thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 ehnins, (hence west 80 chaius.
thencu north 80 chains to point of
3. Coinmeneing at a pnst planted
about -U miles up the North Fork of
Qoldstream and inarked "Gus Lund's
N. W. corner," thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thenee west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains lo point
of commencement.
■I. Commeneing nl a post ptanteil
ahout -li iniles up the North Fork of
Goldstream and marked "Gus Lund's
N. E. corner," theuce west 80 chains,
thenee soulh SO chains, tlience east 80
chains, thence north 80.ili.iins to point
of commencement,
5, Commencing at a post planted
ahout -IJ miles up the North Fork of
Goldstream and niaiked "Gus Lund's
S.W. coiner," thence east 80 chains,
thenee north 80 chains, tlienee west. 80
ehuins, thenee south SO chains to point
of coinmencement,
(I. Commencing nt a post planted
ahout 41 .idles up the North Pork of
Goldstream .mil inarked "Gus Lund's
S. E. cornel-," theuce west SO chains,
thence north 80 chains, tlience east 80
chains, tlience south 80 chains to point
of commencement.
7. Coinineneilig at a post planted
about Gl miles up the noith fork of
Goldstream and marked "Gus Lund's
N. W. corner," thonce east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains to point
of coinmencement.
8. Coinmeneing at a post planted
ahout (l.l miles up the north fork of
Goldstream and marked "Gus Lund's
N. E. corner," thence west 80 chains,
thencesouth 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence north 80 chains to point
of commencement.
9. Commenolng at a post planted
ahout 0j iniles up the north fork of
Goldstream and marked "Gus Lund's
S. W. corner," thence east 80 cbnins,
tlience north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 8!) chains to point
of connnenceinent.
10. Commencing at it post planted
about (IJ miles up the north fork of
Goldstream and marked -'Gus Lund's
S. E. corner," thence west 81) chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains to point
of commencement,
11. Coinmeneing at, a post planted
about 81 miles up the north fork of
Goldstream and marked "Gus Lund's
N.W. corner," thenceeast SI) ehnins,
thence south 81) chains, tlience west 80
chains, thenee north 80 chains to poiut
of commencement,
12. Coinmeneing at a post planted
about SJ miles up the north fork of
Goldstream and marked "Gus Lund*!
N. E. corner," thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
cuius, thence nnrtli 80 chains to point
of commencement,
13. Coinineneilig at a post planted
about Si miles up the nortli fork of
Goldstream and marked "Gu,Lund's
S. E. corner," thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thenee east 8(1
chains, thencesouth 80chains to point
of commencement.
14. Commenolng at a post planted
about SJ miles up the north fork of
'Coldstream an.l marked "Gus Lund's
S, W. corner," tbenee east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thenee south 80 chains to point
of commencement.
15. ('.....mencing at .1 post plan..sl
about 101 miles up the north fork of
Goldstream and inarked "Gus Lund's
N.W. corner," thence east 80 .-hai i.s.
(hence soulh SOclmins. tlienc.. wesl SO
chain., thence north 80 chains to point.
of commencement,
HI. Commencing at a post planted
about 10J miles up the north fork of
Coldstream and marked "Gns Lund'a
N. K. corner." thence west SO chains,
thenc.. south SO chains, thence east 80
chains, theu.-.' north Sll chains to |«.int
of commencement.
17. Commencing ..t a post planted
about lOJ miles up Ihe north fork of
Goldstream and marked "(ins l.i.mi's
S. E. corner," tbenee west 8(1 chains,
tnence north 80 chain., thence eaal 90
chains, tbenee south 80chains t.. point
of commencement
iS. Commencing at a p..*t planted
about 10fJ miles up th." north I irk ..f
Goldstream and marked "Go- Lund'a
s. w. corner," then. .st so chaina,
thence north 80 chains, thence weal 80
chains, then.-., iouth80chains' poinl
of commencement.
10. Commencing at:, post planted
about 1-: miles up th.- n..': tork oi
Qoldstream and marked "Qui I.mi.I -
N. W. cornei." thence east 80 chain"
t hence son'11 sn -Imi..... then mt 80
.-hains. tbenee north 80 chain, to poinl
nl* commencement
20   Commencing al  . pn ' -  inted
filio.it  124 mllei up thn nnrth tork ..1
Qolditream a..'I  mai s.-.i ' Qu  1   -
\ k ..... ner," thence well RO     iii
thenci—'Mi 80 ibalna, tbei hi -'-
chains, thence nnrth 80 chaini to poinl
of c........... ..-.-iiii-nt.
21.   Commencing il  1 poal planted
fllinfi!  11: mil.-*   up  Ilu-   lini'll fmk of
Gnlditt* .in  md marked "Qui Lui .1 -
S. W. corner."  lluou Oil 80 chain",
thence north -" ohalni, theni 1 ■ '
. halm, thenoe ionth B0 chaini 1.. poinl
nf commencement.
22   1'.....1.......ing al a poil pi mted
ul 1 121 miles nn the north tork nf
Qold !..-...11 ....I innrkeil "Qui l.nnil's
s. E, corner," then..- weal 80 chaini,
thence north 80 chains-, thence eaal -*
chalna, thence iouth M|i chaini in p..on
nf commencement.
Dated January 27tb, 1007,
ial ni.-li'.' lis l.l'NIi,
A Hint to
Careful Dressers
The Double Breasted Sack Suit
is coming into its own again.
The Fit-Reform "Strand" Suits
embody those niceties of style
and tailoring demanded by men
of good taste.
Made in imported Tweeds,
Worsteds, Cheviot Serges and
Twilled Vicunas.
bUUn  IIVBBl    ■ wwi     ■■w--
Do you enjoy that well diessed feeling? We all know what
it feels like to lie hot, to he cold, or to be tired, and it is
just as true that we all know what it feels like to lie well
dressed. It feels good, and it's good to feel good. You can
never lie well diessed if ".one clothes are not made by the
right maker.
Get to know we handle the SEMI-READY GARMENTS
and you will find what a pleasure and satisfaction it is lo be
well diessed.
McKinnon I Sutherland  -  Revelstoke
lam instructed by the United Wireless Telegraph
Company to exchange one Bhare ol United stock for each
share of Canadian Marconi stock offered immediately
together with a payment of $2.00 per share. The United
is considered much the better investment and iB now listed
at $9.00 per share, while Canadian Marconi stock is now
listed by brokers at $1.60.
The proposal is therefore an immensely advantageous
one to holders of Canadian Marconi, and in my opinion
should be taken advantage of. I can supply you with full
particulars as to the financial standing and assets of the
United WirelesB.
Suits and Overcoats-$15, SI8, and $20.
Blue and Black 8uits, the best made, $20, & $25
Right Overcoats, up-to-date-Prices: $18 and $20
Special Trousers $5 and $6.
Tailoring is our business.   We make a man look well
and bc knows it.
..Cressman  and Morrison..
lticoriwrnted by Act cf Parliament, lfWi.
WM. M01.8ON MAOPHERBONi Pres. «. H. EwiNO, Vice-Pres.
Jamks Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two branhes in Canada and Agencies in all parts o   the
Interest credited four times n year at, current rates on Savings
Bank deposits, until further notice.	
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Revelstoke, B. C.
For ARriculturn1. Implements. Carriages, Wnpons'i Etc., John
Det*re Ploughs, Mollue Wnnons, Canada Carriage Company's
Buggies, Plauet jr., Gar-don Seedors and Cultivators, Wheel*
wright and Blacksmith Work attonded to. Horse ShoBlng a
Revelstoke, B. C.
Many are selecting their ranches now, and, for a unall depoiit,
are having them reserved until they can arrange payment, thereby
getting all tbe advantage of early purchasing and at the tame time
accommodating their finances. Our property is a seller, and when
buying if you tail to see us you may not buy to your best advantage.
of ravishing beauty, that rival
Nature in her choicest effects, you
can buy at HOWSON'S at very
low :.i.! reasonable prices, in spite
of tho fact that carpets coat more
elsewhere than ever before owing
■ I Berencea between textile worker." and manufacturers. We have
new ind n ivel designs and effects,
ihowil: the best and happiest
thought* ol designers and makers.
Why do I use MOFFET'S " BEST"
FLOUR? You ask. For many reasons,
chief among which are, its uniform superiority, its great strength and the absolute
certainty of its results. I have tried many
other flours and from some have made good
bread-at times-MOFFET'S " BEST "
has yet to fail me. Accept the recommendation of an experienced cook and use nothing
bread baking.
HEAD OKKICE: Caloaby, Alberta,
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Packera an.l Dealer   la Live Stock.  Matkttl in all tlio principal ClttM and
m   Towns ot Alberta. IirltlBhi„.iiiml)t»an.l tliu Yukon.  Packera oi the Celebrated Brand   T
,   "Im enter " llama anil Bad.., an.l Shamrock llraml, Leal'Lard. A
Central Hotel
r^.     RFVFl STOKF B. C.
Newly built.     First-class in every respect.    All modem convenience*
Large Sample Rooms.
Ratei $1.60 per Day. Sped I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
Notice I. hcrd.y. I.e. .Id UH I--' 'C" If.'"-I
Intend '■<> apply to the Chlel ' nmailaalnnof -.(
Lumi. utnl worka lor parmlaalon to purcl..- th.
fniiowln. ilflacrthe'l laadi:
llommalicllll al. fl I"'".,  -ll.'iii!'"! ."I'"..! I i«il"«
north of M'-lioiifil-i flrelk en the -
I'linar Arrow Lain, joining T, I. mn nn tic .oolh
west crucr riuinlnii ...lm. *n chalna    '!. <i>
chalna, araBtlflchalna, north .n .hnin. lo nlaa. of
ntt.d.Ian,Wlh, low.
fahtaat • I.. *. DEWAU
Notice. I, h<.ri'.iVKl.<.n llm! in fay, fiftor .In!.. I
Inland   to npplv  to thl Chill .'f..iiioi..i..t.'-r "if
Ln nil. n nd Wor!** for parmlaalnn topn-ehi. oth.
fi.lliiwIi.K.loan-Ibid Inmi. I.. Woot ko-.i.om .ii-
Ooffltaonolni fttn p.".' |.lnnl.-.l on anal ,hoto ..I
I'npar Ari'.wUI(e, nl. Mln-ller F!ftf,al Hi." "outti
out .-...-..er ol Lot Kll, tl '••• lolloa-in tl.o ..mill
orn  bonn.lirv '.I  l.o' Al ■*.'*! " ''li "ii", I.li.-in e
...ulh w.chains, mtROohalni,".'..'!. sn >-li.,iti« i"
rnlnl of "'..inin.-..(fi-iiK-iil    (w,ii(,.lnln« <:,'. ncri-H.
Dated March 19th, naff.
winl inch la n, M. 11AK.
All Kinds ol Light and Heavy
Hauling Undertaken
From 25 to 50  Per Cent
Sav.-d ..n your Grocery Itilla.
We ael
Dealer h. Wood, <'"«! «(»! Feed,
Phone 71. Hoaie Phone 7
Two Dwelling Houses
PRICE   $3,500
For particulars apply to
nt retail at lowest, wholesale
Hotel  and hoarding homo
(iirint-ra, miner! and lumber
men will Hml it tu tbeir advantage to
Investigate m,
to any    railway  Station   in   liritish
Columbia, Wn only handle lint-clan
and pure gnwla. We guarantee
prompt delivery, No order too Binall,
none loo large, Write Inr our price
Hal. IT IS Kltl'-.K. lii. convinced
that yOU '-nti nave money.
260-26] Stanley Bt,, WINNIPEG, Men,
Mn. II. .1. lln .bury, MiuiagreiH.
First-Class Table.
Private   , ining Boxes
l.i.r^n PiiiloaifHim Inr
ltiioi|i|ii(<", Hn|i|a.rM, ate.
Furnished     ooms To Let
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,   Rates $i a day.   Monthly rate.
Queens ftotel
Best brands ol Wines, Liquors and Cigars.   Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
CHIEF YOUNG,        -        -       Proprietor
'Under  New  Management)
First-clas accommodation lor travellers.
Beet brands of Wines, Spirits, and
CigarB.    ^^
$1  AND  $150  PER  DAY
Light "between
Wl I'll the February exodus
to the South not no many
weeks ull, ilm after-
(..'hriatinai demand lur Huh', cloth
«uiis is on iln- increase
Many wornon, though not ..f thn
lucky ..in-, who cnn oacapo February
thaws .nnl Mnrcli blows, nre gliul of
thil opportunity to make a :.i-i........•
irna.ni coitumu, io ni to be yreparee!
for the lirst winiii dnys.
The colon to bo Bcluctod for making uj. nt lliis timo should never bo
pronounocd, ns it is impossible, to
tell definitely jusl what shados will
bo worn lator, ll is always siifu,
however, to choosu n rich navy blue
or bluclt, Ihcso two colors Hover bo-
ing entirely pnsso. Tbo .lull rods su
much favored this winter will bo-
worn for early spring, alio the snl't
dark grays nnd browns,  The duller
mulberry and violet shades likewise
Notes of the Fashions in Furs
promise iu hold their own.
Some of tho amethyst tones nro
very lovoly, but they nre rather hard
to li 1111.Ilu for tho amateur dress-
Doliento pastel tints, which nro
more in vogUO tin... the more conspicuous tunes, nro nn excellent so-
locliun for this timo of year, as
ihey can ba used for matinees .mil
receptions nuw, un.l later will have
a fresh, springlike air for Easter.
The three gowns slimvn today are
particularly desirable, sinco they
can bo a.l.ipied either to lightweight
elntlis or heavy Iilionl,
The model to tho left is better
suited to linen than any of the
others, by reason of ils extreme simplicity. It is developed for present
wear In a chiffon broadcloth in Bordeaux red. Its only trimming is
shaped nnd heavily stitched bunds of
the cloth. Four paste buttons, very
lnrge ami very handsome, nre a
noticeable pert of the short cutaway
jacket, which is jaunty and becoming m slender figures,
When made up in linen, in one of
the dull green shades ur in a warm
blue, the stitching cnn lc done
either in self tones or in one or two
Bhades darker. A soft old roue linen
stitched in black would be particularly effective, or a rather dark gray
with white stitching,
Very desirable, indoed, is the middle costume of blue-gray cloth intended for dressy afternoon wear.
Thn Fkirt depends for its beauty on
its full, graceful sweep as it falls
nwny in soft folds uwu the tucks at
the hips to lie several incites on the
ground, as do ..11 of the latest gowns.
Much us we mny regrot it, all costumes, ev... those for street wear,
aro decidedly longor, nud none but
iln- distinctly morning suit clears
the ground in tlio froo nnd easy,
comfortable way we havo all—except
the short, stout woman—grown to
The jacket is very dashing with
its long revers of black satin, huge
satin buttons, with gunmetal edges,
and trip; little waistcoat of whito
cloth, embroidered in Bilvcr and
This model would be very good-
looking in oyster white linen, with
the waistcoat done in hand embroid
ery in black and white wiir.li cottons,
Tbe rovers and buttons can bo of
tin- black snlin, mnili. mi thut ihey
muy In- ili-lii.-In-il when tin. suit is
luiiii'li rod.
Elaborate braiding marks the
third costume of citron green cloth.
A fancy silk braid, a tone or two
deeper than tho iiinleriiil, ..nil about
two inches wide, is put on iii nn
offeotivo design, Many buttons urn
used ns a trimming, the loops being
made* of a silk cord.
This would be very stylish either
in a natural colored or deep Ian
linen, trimmed with some nf tbo new
nnd lovoly washable braids ir. mixed
browns and blue, or brown and
FURS are distinctly n feature of
tho winter's costumes. 'Ihore
aro fur coats for day and
ovoning wear; fur hats and Binall
furs in fashions innumerable.
Small fur cravats nre mado of
ormino, chinchilla, breltschwai tt or
any of tho soft, su| pie .1 ini. It ii
a practical littlo lur, and since
thoro is not much of it, tho>- il Is
imi apt to be so groat.
Some of thoso cravats tie at one
side; somo have fastenings which
are concealed under jeweled ornaments, tiny animal heads or knots
of velvet or laco.
Sometimes the cravats arc fo
long that the ends fall forward nnd
backwi.nl over the shoulder and are
trimmed in friiiR.. or laco. A
fringe of littlo fur balls   or   of
chenille to match the fur is liked.
Laco frills aro good on orunnu or
Sa. die n.inf- .-ir. now nnd popular,
Tho ii.ml proper is not so largo, but
tin- lur ..ii inn- liue In)!:.:', tint and
mi.mr.. or else il.c with roundi d cor-
era like a saddle bl inki t. Some-
tin., i the il..! hanging ond is finished
with a tail fringo, soinotimea with
a frill of laee.
Handsomo stole* made to fit Hat
about the in - -. f r  in ilu- liner
gra - - of fur, 'I hey nre often trimmed most elnborntely with lace or
embroidery. One in ormino had
frill- of real laco nnd insot motifs
of ihe Inc.. embroidered in uold and
violet. At the throat little collar
points of white panne embroidered
in gold and violet lay against tbe
beautiful white fur.
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Inttui.l tn ;ip|.ly to tiicl'liipf Uoainiiaalom-r nf
Lfiii.l.i and IVorka !«r n riffe,'ln.| ltcen.ii to cut ami
carry awfiy tlmln-r (...in the f..::on-.n|l ilaacrllw.
landi. Bitiintt.il in tlie Oaiiyniia ilii-inim. -f isle
n. Commoiiciiia at a ito*. ro.'-l.o.. "Harry
McI.iti.shV N.E. corner pnat Nn 6,",il.d planled
at tl.e nor: h-west corner of II. Hcl.iUK.h-a L..c...
Hon So. 2, thenoo south gn chalna, tbeuce west
Ki cl.n.u.., thenca nnrth SO chaina, thence oaat SO
chains to point "f commeucemeut.
D. tad llh Hard., IIM.
sat inch 28 By Q. K. Brink, Asoat.
Nolice la here..)- given that thirty day. allei
dale 1 intend to apply to the Chle. l.'.nnn.lB
Burner ol Landa and Work. for. .pedal licenae
tn cut and carry away timber from the following deacribed landa il.ua.ed in the Osoyoos
division, Vale Dlbirlci:
1. Commencing at a post plnnted about
half a mile north of the north-mat conier ol
Sugar Lake and about lu.ile eustof the onus-
W8P ri.er, n.d marked '"H. Mcintosh s southwest corner post No. 1," thonoo enst SO ohnins,
tlionco nnrlh KI chuius, thouce wost JO cha.us,
theuce south 80 chains to point of commence-
2. 'Commencing at a post planted at the
nurth-wost cornor of Localiou No. I, and mark-
fd ' ii. Mcintosh's south-west corner post No.
2," thonco aast SO chaius, ll.oi.cfl north 80 chaius.
tiiauce wnst 10clmins, thouce south SO chnius to
pointol commencement.
Daled 12th March, 1907.
sat meh 22 By 0. K. Ur.nk, Agont.
Nni|.*e is hereby given tlmt 80 daya after riniw I
Illtuliiltiitimi<) Ui HtuHon, the Chief1 onuiiwti 'n
er nl l,ii i il* mul Works fur r special ll'-eiiis t" cut
itmlrum uway litnuer Imm lln following describe i lands in West Knuli'iiiiy ills.rut:
Commencing nt a post planted nn thoonsi
shore nf Cpper Arrow Luke, nbout oncinihi
south of Cape Horn, markod "A.C Y.,N. W.
corner," thonco runniug uhsI 81) chums, tnence
.south 811 clmins ihencu wos. 80 chums, llionce
nortb Sii chains tn iHiiut of commeucemeut.
..Daled March lOth, VXH.
sntinch'.!3 A. U. YODEK, Locator.
Notice is hereby given 11ml 30 dnysuftcr dale
I intriiil lo n.11,1)' to tlm Chief Uon i ii i in doner oi
hinds nml work-, for u special lieun-e loom
und cui it awn) liuibi-r frum tin- following de-
scribed muds situated it) tbe West Kooicnay
Commencieguta poiat planted uliuut -Oclmins
wost uf Lot 8496, theuce 20 chains north, 'it)
chains east, 60 ehuins north, 80 clmins west, SO
chains south, aud 60 chain-! east to poiut of
Dated Uth March, 1907. „„„„„
satrach23 H. F. PERRY.
Notice 11 hereby given that Ihlpartnerahlp
hcictolor. eilallng between J. B. Robinson
aad J. A. Lewla, .11 ol Wigwam, B.C., hu beeu
dissolved and all bualnesa will In future be
carried oa by J. A Lewla.
Hated .hla 16th day ol March, IW.
salmchfffl J. .1. LEWIS.
Notice is heraby given that 80 days
after dale I Intend tn applv to lhe
Hon. tlieCliiefCoiuinlaalonerof binds
and Works fora spe.-if.llieencetoc.il
and carry away t.n.liei from the following descrihed lands, situated on
the west side nf the Upper Arrow
Uke in the West Kootenay District:
1. GoinineneiiiK ata Blake planted
midway on the east line of Timber
Limit Nn. 7485, and marked "F. K.
Fiiihner's south-west coruer post,"
thence north along said line 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to pnint
of commencement.
2. Commencing at the north-west
corner of No. 1, thence north 80 chains,
theuce west. 80 chains, thence south 811
chains, thunce east 80 chains to point
of coinmencement,
3. Coinnieiiciiig at the south-west
corner of No. 2, thence west 8(1 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 81)
chains, thence south 80 chains to point
of commencement.
4. Commencing at the south-west
corner of No. 3, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, tlience east 80
ohains, thence soulh 80 chains tn point
of commeucemeut.
5. Coinmeneing at the north-west
corner of No. I, thence north 80 chains,
thence just 80 chains, thence soutli 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to poinl
of con....en.'e.nen1.
Dated Feb, 28th, 1007.
0. Commencing at the norlh east
corner of No. 1, tlience nnrth 80 chains.
Iheneeeast 8(1 ebains, thence south80
chains, ihence west 80 chains to point
of connnenceinent,
7. Coinineneilig ahout midway on
he west  line of application  Nn. 5,
Ihence north along said line 8(1 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence enst 81) chains (0 point
nf commencement.
8. Commencing at the n..rtli-i"l8l
cornerof No. 7,thence north 4Uchains,
thence west 100 chains, thence south
40 chnius, thence east ItiO chains to the
point nf commencement,
9. Commencing at the north east
corner of No. 5, thence north 80 chains,
chence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to pnint
of cou1111enceme.it.
10. Commencing at the north-east
corner of No. 5, t hence north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to point
of commencement.
Dated March 1st, 1007.
sat inch 0     By Harry Smith, Agent.
Notice ii hereby given tbat 30 dayi
alter date I intend to apply to the
Chiel Commissioner ol Lands and
Works lor a special licence to eut and
tarry away timber Irom the lollowing
described lands situate in Yale District:
9. Commencing at a post planted
at the north-east corner of Lot 2818,
and marked "A. M. Symons'N.W.
corner post," thence eaat 60 chains,
thence iouth 80 chains, thence weet
. 100 chaini, more oa leu, to boundary
of Let 2818, Ihenee north-easterly
along laid boundary tp place ol commencement.
10. Commencing at a poit planted
at the north-west corner of Timber
Limit 10468, and marked "A. M. Symons' S. W. oorner post," thence
north 80 chaini, tbenee eait 80 chains.
thence soutl. 80 chains, thenoe weit
80 chaini to place ol commencement.
11. Commencing at a post planted
at the north-east cornerof Timber
Limit 10485, and marked "A. M. Symons' S. E. corner post," thence west
160 chaini, thence nurth 40 chains,
thence tast 160 chains, thence south
40 chains to place cl commencement.
12. Commencing at a post plaited
at the south-east corner of Timber
Limit 10472, aid ma. aed "A. M. Symons' S.W. corner post," thence east
80 chains, thence norlh 80 chains,
Ihence west 80 chains, thence south
80 ohains to place ol commenence-
13. Commencing at a post planted
at the north-weet corner ol Timber
Limit 10466, snd niarked "A. M. Symons' N. E, corner post," thence west
160 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence east 160 chains, thence north
40 chains to plsce of commencement.
14. Commencing at a post planted
one-hall mile iouth ol the north-west
corner ol Timber Limit 10466, and
marked "A. M. Symons' N E. corner
poit," thence weit 160 chains, thenee
iouth 40 chaina, thence eait 160
chains, thence north 40 chaini to
place ol commencement.
16. Commencing at a post planted
at the north-weat corner of Timber
Limit 10473, and marked "A. M. 8y-
...uus' X. E. corner post," theuce west
160 chaini, thence iouth 40 chaini,
thence east 160 chains, thence north
40 chains to place ol commencement.
16. Commencing at a poit planted
20 ohaini eait ol the north-west corner
of A. M. Symoni' No. 8 Timber Application, prior location, and marked "A.
M. Symoni'S. W, oorner poit,*' thence
eait 80 chaini, thence north 80 chaini,
thence west 80 chains, thence iouth
80 chaini to place ol commencement,
17. Commeneing at a poit planted
20 chaini eait ol the north-weit corner
ol No. 16, and marked "A. M Symoni'
8. W, corner post," thence eait 80
ohaini, thence north 80 chaini, thenoe
weit 80 chaina to place of commencement.
18. Commencing at a poit planted
20 chaini east ol the north west corner
ol No. 17, and marked "A. M. Symons'
S.W. corner poit," thence eait80
ohaini, thence nortl. 80 chaini, thence
weit 80 chaini, thence soutl: 80 ohains
to place of commencement.
19. Commencing at a post phnted
at the north-west corner of Timber
Limit 10469, and marked "A. M. Symons' N. E, corner post," tlience weit
60 ohaini, thence eouti. 120 chains,
thence east 40 ohains to boundary ol
Lot 2818, thence north-easterly along
aaid boundary to the loutb-weit corner ol Timber Limit 10469, thence
north 60 ohains to place ol commencement.
Dated Maroh Oth, 1907.
sat moh 28 A. M. SYMONS.
Notice is hereby given that 3u days after date
I i ti tend to applv to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Worts for a special license to cut
and carry t.mber from the following described
lauds situated in the Lillooet District, B. 0,1
7. Cominonoing at a poet planted on the
north bank of a small lake at the head of the
west fork of Klsher Creek, tributary to Adams
Lake, and about six miles from the north end
of Adama Lake, marked "A. McConnell's S.W.
•corner Kiaher Creek Limit No 7," running 80
chaina north, 80 chains east, 80 chains aouth, 80
chains weat to point ot commenoement
8. Commenolng at a post planted on the
north bank of a small lako at head of west fork
Fisher Creek, tributary to Adams Lake, and
about i-lx miles from tho north end of Adams
Lake, marked "A. McDonnell's N.W.corner
Fisher Creek Limit No. 8," running 160 chains
south, 10 clmins east. 160 ohalna north, iO ehnins
west to point of commencement
0. ('Ommenclng at a post planted on the
north bank of a small lake at head of west fork
of Fisher Creek, tributary to Adama Lake and
about six milea from tho north end of Adams
Lake, marked "A. Met onnell's 8. K. cornet
Fisher Creek Limit No.l),'* running 80 chains
norlh, 80 chains west 80 chnius south, 80 chains
east to place of commencement.
10. Commencing at a poat plantcil on north
bank of a small lako at head of west fork of
Fisher Creek, tributary to Adama Lake and
about six miles from north end of Adama Lake,
marked "A. McConnell's N.E.corner Fisher
Creek Limit No. 10," runniug 160 chaina bouth,
10 ohalna west, 160 chalna nortb, 40 chuina east
to place of commencement
11. Commencing at a noat planted one mile
south (rom a email creek, running weat from
lako at head of west fork Fisher Creok, and
about il miles from aaid lake, marked "A, Mc-
Connell a S. W. corner Fishor Creok Limit No.
11," running 160 chaina north, 10 chains east, 160
chains aouth, 40 chaina west to place of com*
IS. Commenolng at a post planted near the
bank of small oreek running south-wed from
lake at head of Fishor Creek about \% mllea
from i-aid lake, marked "A, McConnell's N, K,
corner Fisher Creek Limit No, 12," running 16u
chaina south, 10 chains west, 160 chalna north.
lOchains eaat to place of commenoement.
Dated Maroh 18th, 1007.
wed meh 21 A, McCONNELL.
Notice is hereby given that 60 daya afterdate I
intend to apply to the Hun. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following described lands, situated on
Upper Arrow Lukes, and more particularly de*
scribed as follows:
Commenolng at the south-wast corner of Lot
USD, thence east Z0 chains, thenee sonth 60
chains, thence weat to shore of Lake, thence following uieanderlngs of said lake north to point of
Dated March nth, 1007.
iat meh 30 Per O. Humner, Agent.
Notice la hereby given thatOO days afterdate
I ii.tend to apply to tho Hon. Chief Commissioner of Landa and Worka for permission to
purchase tho following described landa:
Sit uatcd about two milea north of the mouth
of McDonald Creek, on the east shore of Upper
Arrow Lake, joining T, L 6.01*5 on theisouth-
weat oorner; running east 10 chains, south 10
chalna, west 10 chaina, north 10 chaina to place
of commencement,
Dated March lth, 1007.
sat meh 9 THOMAS WRIGHT,
Notice ia hereby given that 60 days after date I
Inlend to apply to the Chief Commissioner uf
Lands and Works for permission to purchase the
following descrilied lands, situate In West Koote.
nay diatrict;
Commencing at a post planted about lOchains
aouth from the smith-west coruer of Lot N». 0146
and marked "J. E. Johnson's south-etui cornar
post," thence north 80 chains, thence wes; 00
ehains, thenee south 80 chains, thence eut 80
chains to point of com meneement, Containing
M0 firms.
Dated llth March, 1007.
we.l meh W .7. K. JOHNSON.
Notice la hereby given that 00 daya after date I
Intemt to apply to the Chief Commlasioner of
Unds and Works for permission to purchase the
following described lands, situate in West Koote
nay District;
Commencing nt a post planted one cliain eaat of
the N, W. corner of Lot 100, Uroup 1, and marked
"A. Johnson's H. W, corner post, thence east 80
chains, thence north 80 chaina, thence west ao
chalna, thence south 80 chaini tn the point of
commencement.  Containing 040 acres.
Dated Uth March, 1007.
wed nch 18 A. JOHNSON.
Nulioe Is hereby given that 60 days after date I
Intend to apply to tliu Chief Commissioner nf
Lnmls nml Works for permission to nurcli-uelin
following tlesiHIxtd lands lh West Kootenny ills-
Commencing nt a post planted about one mllo
east of Lntwk, nn shore of N. K. Arm o( Arrow
Lakes, thenca south 80 rhalus, east M i'liains,
north 8o chnlni, wast 80 chains to point of cum-
mnnriinsnl.   Containing (MO acrei.
Dnted March lltli, IW.
wed nihil IL MOM1UH,
Notice la hereby given that (30 days after date I
Inteud to apply to the Chief CoramIssloner of
Lands nnd Works for permlaaion to purchase the
following described lands, situate in West Kootenay diatrict;
Commencing at a post planted nt the north-east
comer nf A. Johnson's application and mnrked
"W. .1. fraser'a s. K. comer post," thence north 80
chains.thence west 80 ohains, thence south80
chains, thence east 80 chains to the point of com
mencenient. Containing 610 acies.
Dated Mh Mnrch, 1907,
wed inch 18 W.J. FKASKtt.
Hl.t). iluya after data I Intent, to epply t„ the
ll.tniiriililn tlm Chief i,'..n..nlaal..nar nf Latnla an.l
Worka (or pnrmlBali... to purchase the tollowlni
.Ice. Iln.il lamia altuittcil on Upper Am.. Lake
ami mora particularly .leacrilieu* aa tollo.a:
ll.-ul....Ini at a poet ptanteil at lh. nor.li-.aal
corner of IM SIMS al.il marked "KIM'., N.W.CP."
tliam-e ISO clialna east, tlienco IS chain, south,
thenca ISO cliuiua waat, ihance 10 chain, nnrth In
point nf ci.iiiiiii>iirruii-tit, S... aerea,
Dated r.l» nary Wil, MOT.
»wii.bu r, **■ rvuiuB,
Nolice is hereby that jo days afler dale
1 intend lo apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lund-** and Works for a special
licence lo cal and cany away timber from
lhc folk.!\i..,' described lands in Wesl
Kooteuav dis'rict.
1. Commencing al a post planted on
the soulh bank of Eighl Mile Creeii aboul
'/: mile from its mouth, marked *'E. A,
Bradley's S. E, corner posl," Ihence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
easl 80 chains, ihence south 80 chains lo
point of commencement.
2. Commencing at a posl planlcd on
south bank of Eight Mile Creek about half
a mile from its mouth, marked "E. A.
Bradley's N. E. corner post," thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
point of commencement.
3. Commencing at a post planted on
soulh bank of Eight Mile Creek about one
and a half miles trom ils mouth, marked
"E. A. Bradley's S. E. comer posl,"
ihence west 80 chains, Ihence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, Ihence
south 80 cliains lo point of connnenceinent.
4. Commencing at a posl plunled on
south bank ol Eight Mile Creek about one
and a half miles from ils mouth, marked
"E. A. Bradley's N. E. corner posl,"
Ihence west 80 chains, Ihence south 80
chains, ihence east 80 chains, thence
nonh 80 chains to point of commencemeni.
5. Commencing at a post plained on
soulh bank of Eight Mile Creek about two
and a half miles fro... ils moult., niarked
"E. A. Bradley's N, E. corner posl,"
thence west 160 chains, thence soulh 40
chains, thence east 160 chains, ihence
norlh 40 chains to point ot commencement.
6. Commencing at a post planted on
south bank of Eiglil Mite Creek about two
antl a hall miles from its mouth, inarked
"E. A. Bradley's S. E. comer post,"
thence west 80 chains, thence north 80
liains,   tlience  east  80  chains,  thence
south 80 chains to point ofcommenceme.il.
7. Coinnieiiciiig at a post planted one-
half mile easl of Columbia river on east side
and one mile below Big Moulh Creek,
marked "E. A. Bradley's S. W. corner
post," thenceeast 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, ihence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains to point ofconimencemenl.
8. Commencing al a posl planted one-
half niile east of Columbia River on east
side and one mile below Big Mouth Oreek,
marked "E. A. Bradley's N. W. corner
post," thence east 80 chains, Ihence souih
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, ihence
north 80 chains lo poinl of commencement,
9. Commencing at a post planted one-
half mite east of Columbia River oa easl
side and one and a half miles below Big
Mouth Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley s
S, W. corner post," tlience east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence soulh 80 chains to poial
of commencement.
10. Commencing al a posi planled one
half mile east of Columbia River on east
side and one and a hall miles below Big
Mouth Creek, marked "E, A. Bradley's
N. W. corner post," thetice east 80 chains,
Ihence soulh 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains to point of
11. Commencing at a post planted on
the south side of Soard Creek about 60
chains from its mouth, marked "E. A.
Bradley's S. E. corner post," thence west
80 chains, ihence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, Ihence sou.h 80 chains to
point of commencement.
12. Commencingat a post planted on
south side of Soard Creek about 60 chains
from its moulh. marked "E. A. Bradley's
N. E, corner post," thence west 80 chaius,
ihence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence north 80 chains to point of
13. Commencing al a post planted on
north side ol Soard Creek about one mile
and 60 chains from its mouth, marked "E.
A. Bradley's S. E. corner posl," thence
wes. 80 chains, (hence norlh 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains to point of commencement,
14. Commencing ata post planled on
north side of Soard Creek about one mile
and 60 chains from its mouth, marked "E.
A. Bradley's N. E. corner posl," Ihence
wesl 80 chains, Ihence soulh 80 chains,
ihence eas. 80 chains, Ihence north 80
chains to point of commencement.
15. Commencing al a posl planted on
north side of Soard Creek about two miles
and 60 chains from ils mouth, marked "E.
A, Bradley's S. E. corner post," Ihence
west 80 chains, Ihence norlh 80 chains,
Ihence easl 80 chains, thence south 80
chains lo point of commencement,
16. Commencing at a post planted on
north side of Soard Creek about two miles
and 60 chains from its mou.h, marked "E.
A. Bradley's N. E. corner post," thence
west 80 chains, thence sou,I. 80 chains,
Ihence east 80 chains, Ihence north 80
chains io point of commencement,
17. Commencing at a post planted on
north side of Soard Creek about 3 miles
and 60 chains from its mouth, marked "E.
A. Bradley's S. E. coraer post," thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence aouth 80
chains to point ol commencement,
18. Commencing at a post planted on
norlh side of Soard Creek about 3 miles
and 60 chains from its mouth, marked "E,
A. Bradley's N. E, corner posl," ihence
west 80 chains, Ihence soulh 80 chains,
ihence east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains to point of commencement.
19. Commencing at a post planted on
Ihe east side ol Columbia Riverand Iwo
and a half miles from Ihe Columbia River
aad one and a half mile, norlh ol Big
Mouth Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley's
N.W. comer posl," thence south Sochains,
Ihence easl Ho cliains, ihence north 80
chains, Ihence west 80 chains, to point of
20. Commencing al a post planlcd on
Ihe easl side of Columbia River and two
and a half miles from the Columbia River
and one and a half miles north of Big
Moulh Creek, marked "E, A, Bradley's
S. W. comer post," Ihence east Sochains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south So chains to poinl of
21. Commencing al a posl planled on
die east side of Columbia River and one
and a hall miles from Ihe Columbia River,
and Iwo and a half miles north ol Big
Moulh Creek, marked "E, A, Bradley'.
S.W. corner posl," Ihence norlh 80 chains
Ihence east 80 chains, Ihence soulh 80
chains, Ihence wesl 80 chains to poinl of
22. Commencing al a post planlcd on
cast side of Columbia river and on south
side and one mile from moulh of Howard
Creek, marked "E, A. Bradley's S. W.
corner posl,' iheuce east 80 chains, Ihence
north 80 chains, thence wesl 80 chains,
ihence south 80 chains lo point of com.
23. Commencing at a post planled on
casi side of Columbia River and on soulh
side and one mile Irom mouth ol Howard
Creek, marked "E, A. Bradley's N. W,
corner post," .hence easl 80 chains, Ihence
south 80 chains, ihence wesl 80 chains,
Ihence norlh 80 chains to point of commencement.
24. Commencing at a poat planted on
cast side of Columbia River and on norlh
side and Iwo miles from mouth of Howard
Creek, marked "E, A, Bradley's S, W
corner posi," Ihence easl 80 chains, Ihence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
25. Conimeiieiiii, at a posi planted on
ca-.tsid.-of Columbia River ami on norlh
side and lwo miles from moulh of Howard
Creek, marked "E. A, Bradley's N. W.
corner post,''thence east So cliains, thence
soulh 80 1 hains, thence wesl 80 chains,
thence north So chains lo point of commencemeni.
26. Commencing al a posi planled on
.asl side of Columbia Riverand on south
side and 3 miles from moulh of Howard
Creek, marked "E. A Bradley's S. W.
comer posl," thence easl 80 chains, Ihenc.
north So chains, Ihence wesl 80 chains,
thence souih 80 cliains to point of commencement,
27. Commencing at a posl planted on
easl sideof Columbia Riverand on north
side and 3 iniles from moulh of Howard
Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley's N. W.
comer post," Ihence ensl80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
to point ofconimencemenl.
28. Commencing al a post planted on
east side ef Columbia River and on south
side and 4 miles from mouth of Howard
Creek, niarked "E A. Bradley'. S. W.
corner post," Iheneeeast Sochains, thence
norlh 80 chains, thence wesl 80 chains,
thence soulh 80 chains to poinl of commencement,
29. Commencing at a posi plnnted on
casi side of Columbia Riverand on norlh
side and 4 miles from iuoi.lt, of Howard
Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley's N. W.
-orner posl," ihence easl So chains, thenct*
soutli 80 chains, Ihence wesi So chains,
ihence north 80 chains lo point of commencement.
30. Coinnieiiciiig al .1 posi planted on
north side of Maloney Creek, 60 chains
from Columbia River, niarked "E. A.
Bradley's S. E. Conner pusl," ihence wesi
Sochains, Ihence north So cliains, ihence
easl 80 chains, Ihence soulh 80 chainslo
poini of commencement,
31. Commencingal a posl planted on
soulh side of Maloney Creek and two
miles and 60 chains from niuii.li of creek,
niarked "E. A. Bradley's S. E. corner
posl," ihence wesl 80 chains, llienee north
80 chains, Ihence easl So chains, tlience
south 80 chains to point of coinmencement.
32. Commencing al a post planted on
soulh side of Maloney Creek and 2 iniles
and 60 chains from its mouth, marked "E.
A. Bradley's N. E. comer posl," Ihence
wesl 80 chains, tlience south 80 ehains,
Ihence easl 80 chains, Ihence norlh 80
chains to place of commencement,
33. Commencing al a posl planled on
soulh side and 3 miles and 60 chains from
moulh of Maloney Creek, marked "E. A.
Bradley's S. E. corner posl," Ihence wesl
Sochains, thence north Sochains, Iheuce
east 80 chains, Ihence south 80 chains to
poinl of commencemeni.
34. Commencing al a posl planted on
south side and 3 iniles and 60 chains from
mouth of Maloney Creek, marked "E. A.
Bradley's N. E. comer post," Ihence west
80 chains, Ihence soulh 80 chains, Iheuce
easl 80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
poinl of commencement,
15. Commencingat a post planted 60 chaina
west of Columbia lliver and two mtleB
south of Maloney Creek, mnrked "E. A.
HradlcysN. E, corner post," thence soulh ltio
cha ns, theuce weat 10 chains, thence north UK)
chains, thenco east |lu ohains to point ol cum
36. Commencing at a post planted 60 chains
woat of Columbia Hlver and three mllea
south 01 MBloney Creek, marked "E. A.
Bradley 8 N. E. cornor poat," tnence south 80
chana, thonce west 80 chains.thence north 80
chains, thenoe east 80 ohains to point, of commencement.
37. Commencing at a post planted 60 chains
west of Columbia Biver and four mllo.
south of Moloney Creek, murked "K. A.
Bradley a N. E. coruor po-t," ihence south 8".
chains, thenou wost 80 chains, theuco north 80
chains, thence east 80 chainB to point ot commencement
88. Commenolng at a post planted one and
one-half mllea from Columbia Rivor and ono
mile north of Horno Creek, marked "K. A.
Bradley s S. E, corner post," thonce north 80
cha ns, thenoe wost 80 chains, thence aouth 80
ohalna, thenoe east 80 chains to point of com
39. Commencing at a post planted two and
one-halt miles from Columbia Hlver and one
half mile north of Home Creok, marked "E, A.
Bradley s S. K. corner post," thonco north So
cha .ib, thenco west 80 chuina, thence south 80
chains, thonce caat 80 chains to point of com-
10. Conimenclng at a post planted ono mile
from Columbia River und on the south bank of
Homo Creek, marked "E, A. Bradley's a. E
cornor poat," thonco wost 80 chains, thonco
iwrth 80 clialns, tlionco esst 80 chnlns, thenco
south 80 chains to point of commencement.
11 commencing at a post planted ono mite
from Columbia Rivor and on south bankof
Home Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley's N. K
corner post" thonce west 80 chains, thence
aouth 80 chains, thunce east 80 eliains, thence
north 80 cliains to point of commencement.
Dated .March 2nd, IIK.7.
wed inch 20 E. A. BKADLKY.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days after date
we intend to apply to.tlie Chief Commissioner..f
Lauds and Works for a special licence to cut
aud carry away timber from the followiug described lauds situated iu West Koo.euuy district, B. C. .
1. Commonclng at a post markod "Lamb-
Watson Lumber Co. north-cast corner posl,"
plauted at the south-east cornor of Berth No,
7111, thenoo south 80 chainB, thence west 80
chains, thenoo north 80 chains, thonoo oast 80
chains to point of commencement,
2. Commonclng at a postmarked "Lamb-
Watson Lumber Co. south-west corner post,"
plantod at tho south-east comer of Berth No.
7111, thence nortli 80 chains, cast 80 chains,
south 80 chains, west SO ohains lo point of
3. Commeuelng at a post markod "Lamb-
Watson Lumber Co, south-oast oornoi post,"
planted at the soulhwcst corner of llerlli No,
llll. thenco north 111. cliains, thenco wost 10
chains, theace south llio chainB, thonco east 10
chains to point of conuuonconienu
I. Commenolng at a post marked "Lamb-
Watson Lumber I'o north-west corner post,"
planted at the south-oast corner of Burin No.
7111, thonco soutli 80 chains, thenoo oust 80
chains, thoncu norlh 80 clialns, thonco west 80
chains to point of co.nmoncumont*
Dated this lth day of .Maroh, 1007,
...cl. 0 sat
Notico Is horoby given thnt 30 days uflnr dnlo
I Intend to upply to .lie Hon. Ol.lof Commissioner of Lauds uud Work.* fur a spoeial llcoi.ee
to cut nud curry awny timlier from thfe following described lands, situated in the Osoynos
I. Comnieuolng al a poll planted about 91
ehains north nl .be norlli branch of Ireland
Creek and nliout 2', ...lies ess. Iron. Ihu N, K.
corner ol Seullon 20, To.v»shlp N... 43, an.) on
the Sugar I ak.- trail, marked "II, Mcintosh'.
S.W.corner post No, I," llieueo norlh 40 chains,
tbenee e.at liiu clialns, thunce soulh 10 chnlns,
thencu west ioo .bains to pulu. ol commence-
Baled Uth March, 1807.
II. Commenolng nl a iiosl plnuled about
I lire.. .-Indus nortn-enstolthu ininli.cn- irurni-r
of Bugar Lake and nboul 'H chains ens. ol
lhe mou.h of sugar Creek, marked "II Mr-
lutosb'a north-west corner j.ost No. 11," ihonoe
south 80 chaius, theuce cos. so chains, thenou
north SOchalns, thence .v.-.-ts.. chains to pnlnl
of commencement.
Dated Hill March, 1907,
wed up 3 Hy U.K. Brink, Agent.
Notico 1* horoby given thnt. 30 daya after dato
wo intend to apply to the Chief Cimimlsaloiior of
Lands and Works for a special licence to cut
and carry away limber from tho following described lands ln Wost Kootenny District:
1. Commencing al a post planted at about
11 mile south-east from the 9.K. corner post of
Lot iJAOii, marked "O. Mcintosh and Win.
Hoyd's N. K. corner post," thenoo south 80
ohains, thenoe west 80 cliains, thonco north HO
ohaina, thenoo cnsl 80 chnlns to tho point of
. 2. Commencing nt n post planted on the Nc
K. corner of No, 1, marked "0. Molntoali and
Wm, Boyd 6 N.W. corner poat," thoncn east 80
chains, thonce aouth 80 chnlns, tlionco woat 80
chaini*., thouoe norlli 80 chains to tho poinl of
il, Commenolng at a poit plnntod on the N,
W. corner of No. 2, mnrkod "D, Mcintosh and
Wm. Hoyd'a 8, K, corner post," thoneo wnit B0
chalna, thonce north 80 ohalna, thonco onat 80
chaina, thonce south 80 ohalna to the point of
Located March 16th, 1007.
Ml moh 80 WM, HOYD.
Mice iu hereby glvon that SO daya nfter dnte I
Intend to npply to the Chief ComtnlKsionur ol
Landa and \Vorka fora *&pociiil licence to cut. ami
carry nway tlii'ber fnnn the following deacribuil
laiuls in WiHi Kmitunaji
l Commoneliig at a post planted on the weat
inni; of Tate Creek almut three miles fruuiis
ui'iiiiii, mul inarked "F. Orange's S. W.corner,"
uml running north tn elm Ins, theuce enst 40 ulniin**,
ilii'iiiK north iiu chains,thenoe eiiht lOchains,
ihence aouth 8<i ohalna, thence west lo chains,
tiicnre smith 00 chunis, thence west 4n chalna to
place of beginning,
Dnted Fob 88th, 1907.
2, Commencingat u [inst planted on the west
hank of Tate Oreek. north of uud adjuiuing I*',
Ornnge'a location and marked "K. Fillmiore's S.
W. curlier," nud running north 80 chains, thenee
emtiO cliiiins, thence north 60 chains, thence enst
40 chalna, tlience south 80 clmins, thenee west ¥l
i-luiiim, tlu'iiiT south 6<i cliains, thence west 10
chaini to place of beginning.
Diiteil Feb. 28th, 1907.
wetl inch a R, KILLIMORK
Notice is hereby given that 80 days
nfter date we iulend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands anil
Worka for a speoial licence to cut and
carry awny timber from the following
described lands, situate in West
Kootenay district:
1. Coinmeneing at it post planted
aluiiil.II iniles from enst bankof Col
uiiiliia river at Kocky Point and mnrkeil "Ilevelstoke Saw Mills Co. H. W,
coriier post," thence north UK) chains,
easl III chains, south Kill chains, wesi
in chains tn point. ..f coin mencenient.
2. I'liniincncing at a post planted
at., ill ll.J miles fi'.ini east Imnk of,Cnliiiiiliiii river at Uncky 1'nii. I, ...... ked
"Knvolatoke Haw Mill C... S.W. corner
po-.t," thence n rth 1IHI chains, east II)
cliains, south illll chains, west 1(1
ehains to point of commencement.
8. Comin.'lieing at a post planted
ahout 4 miles from east bank of Col-
.....I.iii river at Rocky Point, marked
"Itcvelstoke Saw Mill Oo, 8. W. cornel, post," I hence north 1110 clmins, east
HI chains, south Kll) ehnins, west 40
chains tn point of commencement.
4. Commonolng at a post planted
aliout 4J miles from east bank of Cnliiiiiliiii civet- at Rocky Point, marked
"Kevelstoke Saw Mill Co. S. W. corner post,,' tlience north lOOchains, east
40 chains, smith 100 chains, west 40
chains to point of coinmencement,
5, Coinmeneing at a pust planted
about 5 miles frnm the east bank of
Columbia river at Rocky Point and
marked "Revelitoke .Saw Mill Co. S.
W. corner post," thence mirth 100
cl.f.ins,.-fist 41) chains, south 100 chains,
wesl 40 chains I., pointof commencement,
0. Commencing at a post planted
aim ut 3 miles fr.'in east bank of Columbia, river al. Rocky Point, marked
"Revelstoke Saw Mill Oo. N. I'l. corner
post," thence south 100 chains, west
il) chains, north 100 chains, cast 40
chains to point of commencement.
7. Commencing at it post planted
about 8 miles from the east hank of
Columbia river at Rocky Point, mar c-
ed "Revelstoke Saw Mill Co. N. E.
corner post," thence south lOOchains,
east 40 chains, norl h 100 chains, west
111 chains to point of coinmencement.
8. Commencingat a post planted
*>n west bank of Columbia river about
1 mile below Kocky Point, marked
"Revelstoke Saw Mill Co, S. K. corner
post," tlience west 180 chains, north
40 chains, east 100 chains, south 40
chains to point of commencement.
Dated March Oth, 1007.
Revelstoke Saw Mill Co.
wed inch J3
Notice is hereby given that 30 days after date
I intend to apply to tho Hon. Chiof Commlasioner of Lands and Works for a speciul
licence to cut and carry away timber from the
following described landa, situate in Wost
Kootenay district:
1, Commencing at a post planted three
miles south of Mosquito Lake, and one mile
west of Mosquito Hlver, running8J chains east,
80 chaina south, sO chains weat,(JO chains north
lo point of commencement.
2. Commencingat the north-weat cornerof
.No 1, running soutb 80 chainB, weat 80 chains,
north 80 '-haina, eaat 80 chalna to pointof
8. Commencing at lhe north-west comer oi
No. 1, running west so chains, north 80 ohains,
east 80 chaius so in li 80 cnains to point of commencement.
4. Commencing atthe north-weat corner of
No.l, running north80 chainB, 80 chaina east,
80 clialns aouth, 80 cbnins west to pointof
5 Commencing one mile north of N.W
enrner of No. 1, running north 80 chains, east
W)elinins, south Michnins, west Nil chuius i.i
point of commencement.
0. Commencing one mile norlh of N. W.
corner of No. 1, running west 8n Hiaius, north
80 chains, east 80 chains, s uu. m clmins in
pointof commencemt.
7, Commencing nt thc south-west cornerol
No 6, running 160chains west, -luchalus ninth,
l(i<)elinins east. 40 chnius south lojiulutof
8, Commeuelng at the 8. W, cornerof o. fi,
running south 40 chains west lliu ohains,
north40 chains, east 100 chains to poiut uf
0. Commencing at thu 8. E, cornerof No 8,
running 80 chalna aouiii, 80 chaina wesi. sn
chnlns north, 80 chains east to point of cum
10, Commencing at the S, K. cornor of No,
9, running suuth 160 chains, west 40 chains,
norlh 100 cha ns, east 40 chains to point ol
commence ment.
Lueatlona Nos. 1 to 8, inclusive, nrerc-loov
tlous of expired timber licenses Nos. 4808 to
4875, inclusive.
Dated March 18th, 1007.
wed melt27 Thos. Abriel, agont.
Notice is horoby glvon thai -It) day- after .inin
we Iutond ti>u]i*iij tn the Hon. Chief Commls.
siiiiiurol Luini> uiul Wi-rka f<T a special licence
t» cut, aud carry away timber fr'-m llie follow,
ing described lauds sttiiu(.ed in Lilluuet distriot, B.C
1. Commencing at a post mnrkeil "Lamb-
Watson Lumber Co, south-east corner poat,"
planted at'bead of small owak %% miles south
from Kmoke House Creek, thonce mirth t>0
chains, theuco west 80 chnius, thonce suuth An
chains, thence oust 8U chaius to poiut of cum-
1. Commencing nt u nost mnrkod "Lamb-
Wutson Lumber t.'o. north-west coruor post,"
plunted at head uf small creok nbout 2\-t milos
.■•until Inmi Sun ike Huuse Creek, theuce south
80 ehuins. thouce oust 80 ehuins, theuce north
80 chutns, theuce west 80 ehuins to poiut uf
3, Commonolng nt a post mnrked "Lamb-
Wutson Lumber Co, south-wost corner post,'
pluuted ut liimil of small creek about 2li milea
fouth from Smoke House Creek,thence uorth 80
(•Iinins, thouce oast 80 chnius, tbeuce south 80
chnius, tliouce west 80 chaius to point of eommoucemont.
4. Commencing nt n post mnrked "Lamb"
Watson Lumbor Co. north-east oorner post,1
plauted nt head of small creek about 2Jj miles
south of Smoko House Creek, thouce suuth 80
chaius, llienco wost 80 chnius, theuce north 80
chuius, thenco oust SO chuius to poiut uf commencement-
Duted tliis 26th day of March, 1907.
Lamii-Watson Ll-jjukr Co., LIMITED,
wod ap .1
Notice la hereby given that.10 daya aftor date
1 intend to apply to the Honoranle the Chief
Commlsslonor of Landa and Worka for speoial
license to out and carry away timber from the
following described landa, situated In Distriot
of Wesl Kootenay, It. C,
Coinnieiiciiig at a poat planted H chuina enst
of tho .Hi mile post on tho Hig Ledge wagon
rond und nl thu 8. Roomer of f, L. 0018, and
markod "A, M, Syinnns' N, K, comer post,"
thencosouth 80clmiiis, ihenco wosl 80 chalna,
lliunce nortli 80 elinlns, thoncu east 80 olinlus
to pluce of cuiiiini'iiceliieiil.
lhtlcd March 2IILI), IIKI7.
wedmroh27 A. M. SYMONS
Chief Cot
OTICK 18 HKIIKUY (11VKN Ihni thirty
days ufier dale 1 Intend to apply to tin
Coimniaaioimr of lunula nnd Woi-ks fun,
special license to cut and curry nwny timber
from thu following dcwi'lbcd lnnds slluutcd lu
tho Osoyous Division of Ynio District:
Cumiuuiiuliig ut a poat mnrked "J, 11, Muck's
nurth oust cornur," iiliititod ubotlt live hundred
feci from the uortli bank of tho north fork of
Cherry Creek, uboui eight miles up tho creek,
running west 120 chains, thunce south Nieliiilna,
Ihenco oust 10 chains, thencu nurlb 111 ohnlns,
Ihence euat 80 chains, theuco north 10 chnlns
lo point uf commencement,
Duted Mnrch 7th, 1007.
wed mrch 27 J. II. MACKKNX1K.
Notico is horoby given thnl thirty dnys nfter
dnte we intend to upply to thn Iluu. Chlof
Commissioner of Lnnds uud Works Tor license
to cut uud enrry nwuv timber from tbe following deacribed hinds in tbe District of West
Kooteuay iu the Province of Hritlsh Culumbln,
Commonciti-x nt a )Kist pluutod nt the N. K.
comer ofHectTou 2iTWp. »• Range 27, wn-t of
the-'ah Meridian; tinmen oust 40 chnlns, thouco
suuth 120 ehuins, thence west Hn chuius, thence
uorth 111 chains, thenco oust II) ehuiua, thenco
uorth HOolialns to point of commencement-
Duted this 26th duy of Mnrch. A. D, imii.
wdn.27       BOWMAN LUMHKKCO., LTD.
Notice ls hereby given tbat :m days after date
1 intend toapply to the Chief oummiaaloiieruf
Landa and Works for a special llconse to out
and carry away timber from the follo*lng
described lands ln Weit Kootenay diatrict:
Commenolng at a post planted at tho N, E,
eorner of Lot 4274, thonce north 80 clialna.
thenco eaatSO chains, thenoe south so chains,
thonce weat 80 ohalna lo placoof commencement,
Datod March 26th, 1007,
wed mob 27 VM'ML 1JENXON.
Notice la lioroby kIvcii thnl BO iluj-s after .late
I Intend to apply to tin- Hon. Chu-f (.'oinmis-
slonor of Lunils ni.d Works lor a apcciul licence tocut un.l carryaway timber iron.the
following described lands lying about two and
.1 Imlf ...lies unrtl. of llulcjun Hot Spring!oa
ll.o Uppor Arrow Uke, nud aboul ono mile
from the shore, marked M. \Vnili« Shorwln»
uorili-oast oorner," running west in ohalas,
I hence south SI clmins. theuce oast lu ohalni,
thonco north 80 obaina to point of commencement.
Dnted Maroh Kith, 1007,
WodapS J. W'AM.IS -SHKltWIN.
Notice is hereby given that :i0 dnys from date
1 Inlenil to apply to tbe Honourable ihe Chief
Commissioner of' amis and Worksforaapecial
license lo ent nnd enrry away limber from the
following described lands situated lu West
Kootenay distriet:
Commencing ut a post planted 60 chains east uf
the south-weal corner of I. h, 66H0, ami niarked
"Thomus Kileens north-easl coiner,'' tlience west
40 cliains, thenee south 160 eliuiiis, tlience east Ut
eliains,thence north ltio chains to place of commencement,
Dated the 28th Mnrcli, 1907.
weilup3 A. M. Symons, Agent,
Notice is hereby given thut 00 davs after date I
Int'Tii to applv to the Chief Commissioner of
Landa ami Works for permission to purchase the
following described lnnds, situate iu West Koote'
nay district;
Commencing at a post planted ut the north-east
cornerof J. E. Johnson's uppllcntion nnd marked
"A. Mc Phm hum's south-east corner post," tlience
nortb 80 chains, tlience west 80 clmins. tbeuce
soutb 80 ehuins, thence east 80 chaina le point of
commeucemeut,   Cuutuiniiig 6tu acres.
Duted llth Mnrch, 1W7.
wed mcli 13 A^McPAaDDEN,
Notice is hereby given tbat 00 days afterdate I
intend to npply In the Honorable, the Chief jCnni-
luissiuuer of Landa und Works for permission to
■purchase the folluwiug descrilied lands, situated
In tlie Fish Kiver vulley and more particularly deacribed aa follows:
Beginning at n post one-half mile north-east of
Angus McKay's pre-emption, marked ' O, S.'s 8. E.
corner post," thence 8u chains east, 80 ehnins
north, 80 chalna west, 80 chains south to pointof
commencement, containing040 ncres.
Dntod January 16th, 1007.
wed feb 13        Per Qeorge Oohbnnith, Agent.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days after date I
intend to apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase ttie
following described landa In West Kootenay ilia-
Commencing at a pust planted nt the south-west
corner of Lot 2453, on the east shore of Upper
Arrow Lakes, thence south 80 chnius, thence east
40 chains, thence north 80 chain?, thence weat 40
chains to the point of commencement., Containing
S20 acres more ur less.
Dated March Uth, 1907.
wed meh 18 L, BAE.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 dnys nfter dnte I
intend to apply to the ('hlef Commisiioner nf
l.an.M un.l Wnrks for a special licence to cut ami
carry awny timber from the followiug descrilied
lunils, .situate in West Kootenny district:
1. Commencing nt a post plnnted about
seven miles up Big Mouth Creek and one-half
mile north marked, "A Mcltae's N. W. corner
post," thenco cast 80 clmins thence south 80
chains, thenco west 80 chaina, thence north 80
chuina Lo puint of commei'ccment.
2. Commencing nt a post planted about
sercn milea up Dig Mouth Creek nnd one-half
mile north and mnrked "A. Mcltae's S.W, cor
ner post," thonce nortli lo chains, east 130
chains, south 10 chains, west 13b chains to point
of comnicnoemei'l.
3. Commencing nt ft post planted about
eight miles up Big Moutb Creel nnd one-half
mllo north, aud marked "A. Mcltae's N, W.
corner post," thenco cast 80 clmins, south 80
chains, west 80 eli-iins, noith 80 chains to point
of commencement.
■I Commencing al a post planted about ten
miles up Big Mouth Croek and one-half mile
nnrth, nnd mnrked "A. Mcltae's N.W. comer,
iiusi," ihence esst 80 chains, gjuthiiO chains
weal. 0 elinins, north 80 chains to pointof
;>. Commencing nt n post planted nbout ten
miles up Hig Mouth Creek and one-half mile
north, nmi in uked "A. .Mcltae's S.W.corner
post," rhenco S'l ehnins norih, Mt chain? eust, 80
haina south, 80 (hiiilia wc»t *o point of com-
i ncemeiit;
tt. ' iit'miHiciiiK nt a post planted about
olcu n ntlloa up Big Mouth Creeit und one-half
mile uurth, nnd mnrked "A. Mcltue's N.W".
corner pod." thenco soulh 80 chains, ea-t80
chains, I'orlii Si ehuins, west 80 ehnins to puim
uf commencement.
7. Commencing at a post planted nbout
eleven milea up Big Mouth Creek und onc-hnlf
mile north, nnd marked "A. MoR&ei S. W.
corner post," thence north 80 chains, cast »j
chains, ninth 80 chains, wu»i8U chains to point
of cummencement,
8. Commencing al u, post plnnted about
Iwulvu miles up Hig Mouth Crook and one-bnlf
milu north, and mnrked "A. Mcltue's N. \V,
corner post," thence south 80 chains, cast 80
chains, north 80 chains, west ni chnlns to point
of cummencement.
0. Coinmeneing at a post plnuted nbuut
twelve miles up Big Mouth Creek and ntn half
milu north, and markod "A. Mcltae's S. W,
corner post," thenco north 80 chains, cost frf)
chains, muii h ni chains, west Ni ohalna to point
of commencement.
im'.i'd March .Uh, 1807.
WOO moh 18 A. McKAK
Sixty days after date I Iiiti'inl tn apply to the
lliimirilble lhe Chief C»iutnli»i<iiu'i ol LjUldl un.l
Works for permission to purchase the following
described lands, altmited <"■ Upper Arrow Like,
and more particularly described ai follows*
Beginning at the southwest comer of Lot UN.
at a pout mnrked "C.B-. N.W.CP.," ihvnceSO
chains east, thence IU chains iurth. thence 3u
chains east, tlu-nce 10 chaini sou'li, theuce 111
chains weit. thonce :io ebains nortb lo pointol
commencement) containing -n. aeru mon or less.
Dnted February ath, 10(17,
wed feh 13 Per Q, sumnor, Agent.
V OTICK li heraby given tbnt On daya after date
i\ 1 intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Com
missioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase the followlig described landi In tha
Went K'-'-iHiiiy District, (Inlenu H.ij, east side nf
Upper Arrow Lake:
('nmmeiieing at a pott plantcil .tt p. Maher1
south-east corner and mnrked "Bruce A- Ltttion'a
south-eust corner post," thence smith to cliiiins,
tlience west i" chains, thence nurlb an (Imins,
tlienee enst 20 chaini, I In-nee north 10 elinlns,
theni ast 10 chuius to point ol commencement,
nnd containing \$t\ acres more or less.
Dated Galena Uny, this (ffth Fehruarv, mo:.
feb!7we.l BBCCE A. LAWSON
OTICE is horoby given thnt thirty days
_. aftor duto I iiiimnl to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands nnd Worka for special
lioouso to cut nnd enrry nwny timber from the
following described Imids -ituuto lu We-t
Kootenny diatrict:
Cummencing at n post plnuted ou thn wim hi r**
of I'pper Arrow Lake, four miles north-wed of
Nakusp, B, (,',, marked "H. A.'s N. K. corner,"
thence west 40 chains.thence south ion chains,
thence eait 40 chains more or leu to the lnke
shore, thence northerly 160 chnlns following the
lnke shore to psint of comnienceaent.
Dated the 2nd day of April, 1007.
snlnpii H< Nelson, Agent.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days after dnlo
I intend to npply to the Hon tin-Chief Commissioner of Laiiis and Works for speoial
licenses local and carry awjy timber fmm tbo
following described lands dtnitedotiMcDoneld
Creek. Cpper Armw Luke. We-t Knutei.-iy
1. Commencing at a post marked "\V. R.
Heels  SOUth-weit  conier po.-t," situated neat u
Beaver meadow, about (7j seven miles from ibe
mouth of McDonald Creek ihence imrth 60 chain",
tlience aast si) chains.thence soulh gn chains
thence west BQ chains to point of commencement.
**.. Commencing at a post planted at Die southwest corner of No, l, marked "W, It iteid's north-
west corner post," tbenee south 80 chains, Ihenco
east ou chains, thence north 80 chains, thence west
SO chains to point of commencement
3. Commencing at a p"St planted at the northeast eurner of No. 2. marked "W, H. Keid's
north-west corner post," thence south 80 chains,
thetice enat go chains, thence north 80 chnius,
tlience west HJ chain-- to point uf commencement.
Dated Mnrcli 26th, ;.*■':.
satap6 W. R. REID.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days afler dale
I intend toapply lo the Chief Cernmis'inner of
Lnnds and \\ orks lorn special license tocut
nii'i carry away timber from thc following
described lands in West Kootenay dislrict:
Commencing at a post planted *0 chains south
f a small creek emptyiug into Mo-Hjuito Creek
Rear tbl north-west cornerof K. 4 8. Block No.
marked "W, R. Reid's south-wesl corner
post," theuce north 60 chains, thence wesl HO
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chaius to point of commencement.
Dated March 22nd, 1W7.
.at ap 6 W. R. REID.
Notice ib hereby given that 60 days after dale I
intend t.. apply to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands ninl Works for permission to pur-
chase the following deacribed lands in West
Kootenay district:
Commencing st n posl planted on the west shore
of I'pper Arrow Lake on the north side of the
Lime Kiln post, marked '*T. II. McKlm's S. E.
oorner," running west lo chains, north lo chains,
'uit 40 chains, siuth 10 chains to point of com-
Dated March tflth, 1907.
snt up 6 T. H. Mcin.M.
Notice is hereby given thnt 60 dnys after date I
inlend to apply to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands mid Works for pennuaion to purchase the (ollowine descrilied lands iu West
Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted ut the north-west
corner ol the Lime Kiln Lit. running west 40
chains, thence south 10 chains, theuce east 10
chains, thence north 1<> chains tn place sf commeucemeut.
Dated March 20th. 1907.
sat ap6        THOMAS SKINNER SCOTT.
Notice Is hereby given thai CO days after date
I ink-nil tu mnke application to the Hon, Chief
Commissioner of Lauds and Works for permission to purchase the following described lands
situated in West Kootenay district, on th* west
shore of Cpper Arrow bike opposite Nakusp,
Commencing nt a post marked "H. Nelson's
north-enst corner," thence west 10 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence enst 10 chains
more or less io lake shore, thence nortb 80
chains following lake shore to point of commencement, containing 830 acres more or less.
Dnted this 2nd day of April, 1007.
Norice is hereby given tbat 00 dnys nfter date
I intend to mnke application to the Hon. Chief
Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for permission to purchase the following described lands
situated in West Kootenay district:
Commencing at n post planted on the weal
shore of Upper Arrow hike opposite Nakusp,
H. C„ and marked "K. Wilson's soulh-east
corner," thence weet 10 chains, thence north 40
chains, theuce east lo chains more or less to
lake shore, thence south 10 chains following
lake shore to point of commencement,
Daled this 2nd dayof April, 1907. -,
sat ap ii Harding Nelson, Ageni.
Notice is hereby given that30 days after dato
I intend to apply to the Chief Commltisioner of
Lands nnd Works for a special license to cut
and cam* away timber from the following described lands situate in West Kootenay district:
1. Commenolng at n post planted lj miles
north of tbe norlli-east corner of T. L. 963d, and
marked "A. M. Symons' U.K. comer poet,"
thence weat 160 chains, thence north 10 chains,
thenceeast 161 chains, thence south 10 chains
to point of commenoement.
2. Commencing at a post planted 10 chains
south and lo chains more or less oast of tbo
south-east corner of No. 1, and marked ** A, M,
Symons*(8, E, corner,' thence west lOOchains,
thence north 10 chains, thence east 160 chains,
thence south 10 chains to place of commencement.
3. Commencing at a post planted at tho
fsouth-eaat corner of No- 2, and marked "A. M.
Symons' N. E. corner," thence west 160 chains,
thence south lOchains, thence eaat 160chains,
thence north lOchains to pointof commencement.
Dated April 3rd, 1907.
satapfi A. M. SYMONS.
Notice is hereb; given that SJ days afterdate
1 Intend toa*-ply to the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands and tt orks for a special license to cut
and carry away limber irom the following
described lands in the Kootenay district:
37. Commencing at a post planted about
fuur miles up the north-east fork of Oold
Creek, marked "Alex. Veillette's south-west
corner," tbenee east 80 chain!, thence uorth
80 chains, tbeuce west 80 chains, theuce aouth
80 cbnins to point of commencement.
28, Commencing at a pfist planted about
four miles up tbe north-east fork ol Uold
Creek, marked "Alex. Veillette's south-coat
cornet." thence wett su cbnins, thence nortb 80
chains, thenceeast do chains, taencesouth 80
cnains to point ol commencement,
39. Commencing at a post planted about one
and oue-ijuarier miles up Uold Creek from the
mouth ol the north-east fork, at the aouth-eut
corner of Location No, 4 and marked 'Alex.
Veillette's north-east corner," thencesouth80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence nortb 80
chaiua, theuce east bo chains to poiut of com-
30. Commencing at a poat planted ahout one
and one-'iuarier miles up Uold Crock fiom tbe
mouth uf tbe iiurth-enat furk.st ihcsouth-wtat
eurnerof Location No. 5, nud marked "Alex,
Velllette'a norlh-west corner," tbenee suuth
-to chalos, thenee eaat 160 chains, thence north
40 chains, thence west IW chains to point of
31. Commencing at a post planted about b\{
miles up ibe uurth furk of (iold Creek at tbe
north-west corner of l/icatlou No. 2d, aud
marked "Alex. Veillette's north-cast corner,"
thencu wo-t 4u chains, ihence ionth 160 chains,
thence enst 40 chnlns, thence uorth 160 chains
to point of commencement.
M Commencing nt n post planted about ■'>' 4
miles up the norib fork of 'iold Creek al the
louth-weit corner uf Location No. 26, and
marked 'Alex, Veillette's southeast corner,"
tbenee we<( 40 clmins, tbenee north loo chains,
theme east-to chains, ihence auuth 100 chaiua
io point uf commencement.
B, Comineiielngat a post planled about 6!;
mllen up ihe north furk ul (iold Crewk ami
mnrked "Alex Veillette's southeast corner,"
Uience wenl mi cbnins, thenee nortb 80 cbaina,
theuce Mil 8o ebains, thence south loehalua
lu polniul commence ment,
luted luu'.
sat ap 0
sixty diyi after date I Intend to apply to the
Hoiorable tbe Chief Commluluneru! Lands
and Works for permission to purchase the following descrilied Until, situated about three-
i-uarteriuf a mile Dp Mosquito Creek, Upper
Arrow Lake ou tbe east side, joining *'K. A s.
Block No. -To .ni thesuiiib-eastcoruer ruunlng
nortb 80 chnlns, theuce east 40chains, south 80
chains, weal in chains 10 point of commencement.
Dated March 2Jnd, 19C7,
Notice U hereby given that 00 days after date I
intend toapply to the Chief Commissioner of
ljuids and Works fm permission to purchnsethe
fullnwliig described lands in West Koutenay distriet;
Coinmeneing at a post planted nt the south-west
corner of L"t 2112, about !i mile, more or less,
from etui shore of Upper Armw Uke, thence
north Hi chains, west 40 chains, south 80 chaini,
east 10 i'linins to point of ei untie ncement. Containing M acres mora or less,
[)at« Ittll March, 1W7,
wed incli 12 E. S. MORRIS.
VTOTIOB Is hereby given tbat 60 dnys nfter date
j> 1 intend toapply to the Hon. The Chief
Commissioner of Ludl and Works for permission
to purchase the following descrilied lands In West
Kootenny District:
Commencing nt n post planted aliout two miles
easi of Lot 7046 on shore of N, K. Arm of Arrow
Uke, thence south 80 chains, enst BO chnlns, north
Hi chaini, west so cbnins to pointof commence*
Datfi M.icii ii-.].,:-.»•:
wed meh IH A. MORRIS,
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Light to moderate variable winds
unsettled and cloudy, with probable
rain: niiilii colder. Temp,, .Mux. 62
min., 34.
Local and General.
Seeding operations began nt- I'ortagt!
La Praitie on April 3rd.
The city soli, ols will re-opon on
Monday next.
Miss Cameron will sing at tin
evening service in St. Andrew's church
On Thursday lire destroyed the
Geneva hotel in San Francisco
Twenty inmates were killed by tailing
lariea of eleven judges  anil
....   ... i.... j, ihe ..... :.>v courts ol
British Columbia has been lixed by
the government at $3,000.
Sew York bar silver which was
quoted at 70 1-8 on January 3rd,
closed ut c-l H I Wednesday, tbe lowest
price recorded tliis year so iui.
The Matron ol the hospital wishes
t thank the local lodge, F, 0. E., Ior
it matious oi magazines and papers,
and the Ladies Guild lor fruit,
Harry Wright, tl.e newly appointed
Kelson Gold Comn issioner, passed
tliroutr'i the City on Thursday morning Irom thc Coast, en route to
'•■ .- :..
A special meeting nl the oity counoil
was held last night to discuss the by
law whioh haa juit been passed. De-
taili of the session will appear in our
next issue.
The Willing Workers..! St. Andrew's
church, will hold their "at home'' on
Wednesday the l'th inst., instead of
Thursday, the 18th, owing to the
cantata rehearsal.
■I. Knox, formerly manager ol the
Eva mines at Camborne, has juit
received the appointment ol superin-
t- f lent of the underground workings
o! the Calumet and Hecla, the largest
f p| er mine in the world.
The L.«li?s Aid ol the Methodist
church, will serve alternoon tea and
ih-p se - I h.juie-n.ade candies, at  th"
home ol Mn.McColl, on Fourth Bt,
Thursday next the 11 inst., from 3 to
6 p.m. Admission Inc. Everybody
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of Groceries will encoui-ige
you to try them.
A trial will convince vou
thoy are the purest and best
.... the market Try our
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Grocers, linkers& Confectioners
and Envelopes,
This fine line in
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Druggiit mul Stationer,
Mail orders promptly attended
The touchers returned yesterday
from attonding the Teachers' Convention at .Nelson and all report having
spent a most instructive and enjoyable time. They have nil acquitted
themselves well, the paper and
speeches, l.olng prominent throughout
lhe convention.
Premier MoBride will leave fm*
London in n few days to attend the
conlerence nl colonial premiers. The
objeel of his visit will be to lay belore
the Imperial parliament the question
..["hotter terms" lor Britisli Columbia.
This action was decided at a meeting
of the executive council, nnd the
premier will leave ns sn.in ..h possible,
The charge oi burglary and theft
aguinst J, Bennet und J. Smith at
Burn's store on Tuesday last, was
heard again yesterday before 1!
Gordon, I*. M. .1. M. Scott appeared
lor the defence and C E. Gillan lor the
prosecution. After n full hearing the
charges were, proven, Bennet lieing
sentenced to two yeurs in the penitentiary at \i-u- Westminster ami
Smith eighteen months in tho provincial gaol at Kamloops, both with
hard labor.
To lluy a House.
To Rent a House.
To Buy Nice Building Lots
close in.
To Buy
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Real Estate and Insurance Agts.
The c:intala "Jephll.a's Daughter"
.villi i chorus ot Illty voices,  will  be
induced in the Opera House'on the
...veiling of April Bill). Ilehearsals of
the music are heing held legularly
with a. good tle.il ol success, and by
thn night ol tbe 19th everything will
he in readiness lor the best possible
production. An orobestia ot ten in
sti-unieiits will play the acoompani
ments, The treat ol the season ii
promised nnd it is anticipated that a
large audience will enjoy it.
A heroin rugs, one who will Win
everybody's sympathy, a woman deserted for gold, whose woes will tuuch
every woman's heart, a clever coined
Ian and a vivacious soul.rctte and t
cot edy Irishwoman, are the promises
in.!.!.: by the management of "'A Jolly
Amorican I ramp," when its presentation takes place at the Opera House
nn Monday, April 8th
The new C.l'.K. steamer Okanagan,
which is to he launched ..t Okanagan
Landinij on April 11, will be the
largest and linest bout on the lakes ol
British Columbia. She is 222 feet in
length nud engines developing l.nuo
li. p. The internal arrangements aud
fittings are all up-to-date, the apart
ments in cabins, stateroom and saloon
being handsome, comlortable and
elegant, li is understood that a cheap
xcursiun will be run from Revelstoke
.md the (.'oust on the occasion of the
launching and hrst trip.
Social and Personal
Geo. S, McCarter. who is on the
coast this week, will return home on
Mrs H.C Cameron gave a very pleasant party to a few young friends Thursday evening in honor of Mis- Camer n,
Mrs.  I). Mel'hiidden bus  lell
visit to the coast, and on l.er return
will remain a few days in Rei Isl  .-
en route lor Saskatoon, where she will
in future reside.
Miss I. G, Mcl'liail.l.-n left on
Thursday morning Ior the east. Miss
M.TI.I..I.I in will spend a week at
Field, the guest of Miss Field, school
It-..-I.er. and from there will go on to
Baikal ...n, which will In future be
l...-r home
dny School ni.d Pastor's Bible Class,
open discussion. 7:30 p.m. subject,
"How is sin punished?"
K'MIX  PllESIIVTlililAN.—J.   R,   Rob
erlsnii, ll.l)., minister, Special anniversary services on Sim.b.y at 11 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. At the evening service
special music will bc rendered l.y the
choir. Sun.lay School nnd Pastor's
llible Class ut 2:3(1 p in. Young People's Guild on Monday evening at 8;
I'rayer Meeting on Wednesday evening at 8; nnd Choir practice on Friday
evening at 8.
Business Locals
Catiioi.ii-.—ll.-.-. Father I! Pceoul
O.M.I., pastor, Services every Sunday
at the following hours: 8 a m C nn
iniininn Ma.-s,   10:30 a.m. High Mall
nd Sermon; 2 p.m, Baptisms; 2:30
p.m. Sunday School; 7:30p.m. Rosary,
Instruction an.l Benediction,
It, Am.hi.u-'- Presbyterian—Rev,
W. C Calder, pastor. Servicei at 11
....... un.l 7:30 p.m., Sunday School
...I Pastor's Bible ('lass 2:30 p.m,
Morning subject, "A Fugitive." I*.*- en-
ing subject, "A Yoke." Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p.m. Choir practice
.nil Teachers' meeting Friday. 8 p.m.
Bpeoial m sn- at evening service —
Vocal Solo—Miss Cameron; Vocal
Trio—Miss Cameron, Mrs  MoBride,
Mr, Hastings.
St. Peter's —Rev, C, A Proeunier,
■tor, I'ir-i Sunday alter Master.
Holy Communion at 8, ....'I iftor
Matins ni 11 n.ni. Evensong, 7:30 p,
.... This iiiiiii' "Low Sunday," it. is
hoped thai thoie who did not find It
convenient to communicate on Easter
Day, will make an olTorl to do BO on
Sunday, Evening service will be
choral, and the choir will render an
i.nthem. Sunday School at 2:80 p.m.
Choir practice on Friday nt H p.m.
Mrr.i.ii.isi —ll.-. .1 H, Wood iworth,
minister, ll a.m. subject, "Christianity end Businoss,"  2l80p.m, Sun-
Nothing better than Our "Spocial,
New lot of Fancy Dishes just opened at the Canada Drug Store.
See Howion's carpet ad in this
Bargains in Ben 11nr Tea only 30c,
per lh." at C. II. Hume A Co.
Some choice fruit la...Is conveniently situated.—H, N. Coursier,
If v.... want .. long r piece ol music
ri--- Canada Drug Store can get ii for
Give Howson's Inrniture st. ri  i ca
ii you like pretty   things,  that's  tin
place:    them.
Y ou  -. :.'  find dirt in the Cr in -
*.- -:..-- I... . ,i,j a:.-, . ■ , —th,
cleanest an-: beat ci... I. r
...id hotel US.. S( :.-: yonr orders for
such coa. : the .gent—E A.Haggen
- .. ;.- and Let-
■   • fri ih today at l . B, il imi     I
. . f —you r-an
get them freso at tin- t .ma-la Drug
F r a first las, . , -. . try Wo. d
croit, "IOc. per Ib.al C. B. llunie <t Co
Revelstoke Cigars Union Made Our
Special, The Union, and Marca Vuelta
are ahead of all others.
Hi .-■ il. .ning time li the leaion
to replace your carpet—jusl tf*-'
Howson - la ;e itock  ■ look over.
\'.--.i .!.--igri-, pretty coloringl U iuil
any rooms.
Curtains  window shades, curtain
.   •  an I  fixturers, ut '.'. ll. Hume
a Co's.
IF w  -.vi..ild  you  like to draw two
■alariei at one time!    You .-.in .1
tl  - practically tin- lame -.-. ng bj
■ in a Fttle appreciating real
estate.—Fi,  A.   Haggen '•'■• -.  I-. I iti
and Insiinif.-e Ageni li- velitoke I'. C,
Wn have exceptional carpet values,
eh.lien colors ...ul designs, al C B,
Hume li Co -
What, can't he oured may I - en
iluri-il—if you're insured, The Non-
Co ifiii.'f Insurance Companies whioh
1 represent ear. give yon I'm- ■ ■ I
rates   on   ymir   lire policies   the Son
Fui- offere you the most liberal, indisputable polioy in the strongest Canadian Life Company, while .'... Cl ral
Accident protects you against, loss.
[rom accident i.r sickness.—E. A. Haggen, Agent, Kevelstoke, II. (I.
Patronlm Home Industry. Smoke
i-fff.'.i Mi.h.. Cigars.
Our Ontario Honoy, Maple ...- Cane
Syrup, and Soil liaising Biiokwhoit
Flour are greal sellers al ('. II. llunie
H He's.
Full line of Groceries nnd Dairy
Produce, Men's Supplies, Eto,
Fresh stock always arriving at
lowest prioes.
The Inn r.il of th- lato Mrs Fred
Terry took ph.-e on Thursday afternoon from the residence, McKenzie
avenue to St Peter's church. A lurg<-
number of relatives and friends ut-
lended the service which was choral,
the Rev. C, A. Pr.iounier preaching a
..inching and impiossive sen..on.
Frum the chuich to the cemetery
in spite of the bad condition of the
roads, many vehicles onveyed the
friends of the famil) while many more
walked in the rear of the cortege. The
Rev C. A. Proeunier performed the
l.i'-i sad rites at the grave side, while
prominent amongst those present wen
members of Gold Range Lodge, No. 2C,
Knights of Pythias, of which Mr
Terry i's a men.her. On the casket
were many beautiful wreaths, an evidence nf the general esteem felt for
lhe family.
Tl.e pallbearers were: Messrs. T W.
Bain, li. Gordon, H. A. Brown, G
Leinhke, C. J. Aman and H Floyd.
The City Council invites applioa-
(inns fur the position ol Medicu1
Health Olliccr for the Ciiy. Applications to reaoh the undersigned hy
noon on Friday, April 12th, 11107.
Apl, 5,'07. H.FLOYD,
2 t City Clerk.
Tendors are invited for l.lio coiiKtrncl inn of ji
boHomcnl mul oilier Improvomonta Io tlio rusi-
di nei! of Uk- undorfiigtiod,
Tondera must be in by noon on Saturday,
April mil next,
..Pliin- nnd siHiciflcalionnniny be scni ftttlio
Oillcn uf Kii.t'iiul & Anderson.
Address all tendore to
Alex. McRae.
The latest Spring Styles and as nice as you could ask
for. They come in the Short lengths as well as the three-
quarter lengths and one is as much worn as the other. The
materials are good and the styles are the latest out.
We will be pleased to show them to you.
White Underwear
Our stock is now very complete and thc range of styles
is large. We have all prices to select from. Corset Covers,
Skirts, Drawers and Night Dresses.
We can show you some of the daintiest Trimmings yet
Dress Skirts
Our assortment is very large and the range
nt prices and materials covers a great range.
Sicilians', Panamas, Serges, Venetians,
Lustres, Tweeds,etc., go to make up a range ol
goods that, will please all. We have selected the
best froni half a dozen different makers, and the
result is that ive have the best styles and lowest
prices to be found in the town.
Revelstoke, B. (*
api i, m
The Greatest Play of a
Our Watches are "Au
Fait" Eighl Day Clocks
for $4,50. All Silverware Guaranteed Quality. Watch Repairing
a Specialty.
Auction Sale!
Under instructions from E. Adair
I will sell by PUBLIC AUCTION at
his residence, on 5th Street,
Tuesday, April 9th
at 1 p. m.
sharp, the following list of Furniture.
Parlor Suite, Odd Parlor Chairs,
Parlor Squares, Parlor Tables, Leather
Lounge, Oak Sideboard, Oak Dining
Tables, Oak Chairs, Glassware, Linoleums, etc. Three complete Bedroom
Suites, 2 Heating Stoves, 1 large base
heater, 1 cook stove, several dozen
This is the greatest opportunity
ever offered in Revelstoke fur buying
the contents of a first-class house at
your own price.
H. MANNING,    Auotloneer.   Revelstoke
Dwelling and Lot, Second Street     .     .     .
Dwelling and Lot, Second Street   .
Dwelling and Lots, Third Street ....
Lots on Second St., east of McK.il.ric. Ave., each
Lots on Third St., cast of McKcnrie Ave., each  .
Liis on Fourth St., caat of MeKenric Ave,, each
Lots on Fifth St., east of McKunrio Ave., each   ,
1—2 and 5-acre lllncks suitable for fruit.
,   200
.   160
Sensations exist for our guidance,
They are nature's warnings. Overworked eyes demand reat. Eycithat
tire easily call lor help. Properly
adjusted glasses afford the only assistance possible. We make a specialty
of relieving tired eyes and guarantee
Next Imperial Dank,
•— By the Author of—'
" A Poor   Relation,"
"Peaceful Valley," Etc.
4 Splendid Triumph o!
Laughter beyond possible
parallel I Thrilling, In-
ling, Entirely Novel,
R ilete with the Most
Unique and Sensational
Poasoseing All Tho Elemonta
Of Popularity
Tickets at the Canada
Drug and Book Store
tats, Jl, fit Mli
I »C1I,Ill-lit will estimate  fur small
)  house  promptly,  and   provide
plans.   Applv this office.
1.10KHALE- -A good Souvenir Range
I' Oan In' se.... at the cottage, cornet of Boyle Avenue and Victoria
Road, any tune before the 2Hl.h of
March,—(in... A. Stuart.     w k s
/.OR HALK -A Second hand Piano,
Applv to .Miss Lennox,'
I.KlIt HALE   llmi".! nml   Lot HHaiill*
!'    Loi  60 feet,   Mouse live rooms.
Pari cash, balance to suit,
Apply this
..I*    Furnished    Rooming
se (12 rooms) with furniture,
ih- .-heap  paying  investment,—
Apply Sibbald tc Field,
li   Ho
lm- -i
a< iiim":
ti cheap, or
Apply lo.l. Ti'iivKit,
( )   full  length, eXCI
anything reasonable.
Machinery for
planl. if .lesired.
Pense, Sask.
enl, co...lil.ion,
Apply ai- this
i)l,AIN find Ornai...-(.(..I I'liisle.-iiig.
Artificial stone of nny design for
building ptiiMMii Cement and concrete work taken bv contract nrdrty
work. Apply lo .1. 'Wai.KEU and ,),
8AVI11ENT, Revelsloke, P. O.
WANTED AT  ONCE- A   .len.ly
man to drive delivery wngnn-
Apply Bourne Bros,
I.WI'ND   Watch,  owner run   Imve
'   th,. Bii me l.y paying* for this ad>
vcrli-.eiiic.il.    Apply to T. P. Smilli,
at II..I.S..I. ,'v ll.-lls,
WANTED -  Waitress,   PI per
month,     Apply   to   Queen's
Hotel, Coinaplix.
it'i .1". i*ti .***. i'l*, .1*. i'l. .1*. i't, i1*> i'f. i'l", i't, ,1, i't, i'l". i'f, a****, rf. ilti .1*. at. Ai iti i *t
if, if i it, rri iv i-n ,1} wi "X* 'X> "X '1} "I. >X' *X w X- 4» X H >4.>'+- >»y •+- i r
The King of all Cigars, for the
first time presented to you in
Revelstoke, is the KING EDWARD
7TH, Leader of Domestic Cigars
in Canada.
FOR HIRE—A comfortable, fast, 4 h.p. Gasoline
Launch, which will seat eight comfortably, and will
accommodate the tents and outfit of a party of
three, for an extended hunting or fishing trip. Lake
Shuswap has unrivalled fishing, and from the shores
of ils far reaching arms start many trails into some
of the finest big game country in B, C.
TO LET—A four-room furnished Cottage, on the
shore of Lake Shuswap.    For particulars address,
All in Eaatern Coitume, will be produced in the
Oenoul Ailmiision,-B0e, Reiemd 8eat«,-76Q


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