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 The Mail-Herald
Vol. 13. -No 72
82.50 Per Year
. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Crosse & Blackwell's Jellies
Jams and Condiments
All Fruits, Raspberry, Strawberry. I'eaeb, Plum, Apricot, etc., Crosse A Ulackivell's linest-the name is a guarantee of quality,   I'm up in 1 lb. tins, 65 Cents
Made of Finest Seville Oranges, Crosse A Blackwell's
goods. Purity is assured. These people turn out the
flu.-sl-... be bad.   Put up ill 7 lb. tins at One Dollar
C. A II, Dust Mull Vinegar. This is something you
should look for purity in. Put up in quart bottles to sell
at 36 Cents
Or Olive Oil for Salad Dressings, etc. Perfectly pure
Italian Oil, put up by Crosse A Hlackwell in 18 ounce
hollies. 50 Cents
English Sour Pickle. Put up by Crosse A Hlackwell.
We have a line, issortinent ill Glass Bullies iu linest malt
vinegar, all sizes, (finest Italian Olives, Heal olives, no
imitation cheap goods, but the real thing put up by
Otosse A Blackwell in all size bottles.
We have any amount of all kinds of Gloss
Jars and other Preserve Jars. Crown Self
Scaling Glass Jars:
Pint Sizes at per dozen tl. 18
Quart Sizes at per dozen $1.40
Half Gallon Size at per dozen $I.7B
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
ty In order to introduce, we will allow any responsible
T party to take on a 30-day trial one ol our KOOKIZERS, and
** show that what we say about it is undeniable—that you can
ty cook your food for hours without tire.'
9 This offer, and at a price of 17.50 each, only good for
ty Thirty days.
t Dealers in Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's
and Sawmill Supplies, etc., Plumbing and Tinsmithing.
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Two-Storey Dwelling, Lots li7J x 100, on Mackenzie Avenue,
plastered—Cash $960, terms on balance.     PRICE—$2,460
Tito-Storey   Dwelling,  plastered and stone basement, Lots
75 x 10(1 on Second Street.     Cash $060 and terms on balance.
One-Storey Dwelling, Lot uOxllK), near Cowan Block
At G. M, Spr.mt's Karwell  Halite Ollico.
Successful Sport by Revelstoke Turf Association—First
Class Horses Compete —
Track Records.
For the tint few days ol this week
Uie weiither had been wet and >tormy
with culd winds, mow in the air and
prospects for line climatic conditions
for the race meet looked doubtful
The race track this week wna a busy
scene, horses arriving daily, exercise
and sprint work being done round thc
course. Such an aggregation of first
class horses has never been seen in
Itevslstuke belore, aud those who took
the trouble to visit the track would
huve seen that the racing element
was well represented. Arrangements
for the accommodation and stabling
ot the horses bad been admirably carried out, and many enthusiastic sports
visited tl.e stables during Thursday
and F.iday mornings admiring tbe
sleek, graceful, berugged animals,
who with heads protruding from their
stall doers calmlj surveyed the animated scene on which they were soon
to take such a prominent part. Ideal
weather prevailed on Thursday and
promptly at noon the cily assumed
her holiday attire, aod armed with
glass aud money hied herself by 'bus,
rig, steamboat and afoot to the treat
race.rack, whero a first-class day's
sport was looked (or. The track sur
lace, was in excellent condition hard
ened by successive rains, though i
little cuppy in places. To ihe observant, the scene on tbe course at
one o'clock was teeming with lile and
animation. Kevelstoke has always
turned out en masse when anything
ol a sporting nature comes along, and
the Turf Association have every
reason to be satisfied with the promising outlook fur luture meets, as
evidenced by the enthusiasm displayed
on Thursday. Alter a little delay,
caused by the entries in the first
disagreeing over the weights, the committee sent in the local horses, three
smart sho.vy ..ni.nal, well trained and
in the pink of condition, for the run
ning hall-mile. Alter some jockeyiug
at the start, the bones got away and
made a pretty race, Little Maud, J. M,
Doyle, unfortunately breaking lor her
stable and throwing her eider, 8. Hillier
against the lence aud walking sll over
him. He was fortunately unhurt.
The result of the best was a good win
for Spider Kelly, practically the
Running hall-mils lor local horses,
puree $86. First best—Spider Kelly,
W. Fleming, Forernier up, 1st. Tommy,
VV. E. Smith, F. Dornke- up, 2nd.
Time 1.08.
In the second heal, Little Maud
tried the same triek ss belore, but
Hillier managed to get her past tbe
entrance, and at the finish ol the race
hud made up much lost ground.
Spider Kelly had a hard fight against
Tommy, but came in scarcely a length
Second heat—Spider Kelly, 1st.
Tommy, 2nd.  Time 1.1.
In the Quarter Mile Dish, weight
for age, purse $130, then was very
close running, tbe four entries being
first class horses and practically, uu
known to each other. Alter several
false starts the four got away level
Dr. Scharff drawing ahead, closely
followed by Main, On tbe home
stretch, Beaver Dam shot ahead and
maintained her lead, winning by half
a length.
One-Quarter Milo Dash — Beaver
Dam I-*d, Ed- McAbee, Ed, McAbee up
1st.; Main, Clear Lake Stables, F.
Doroke up. 2nd.; Hobson's Choice,
C. H. Cottle, T. S. Williams op, 3rd.
Dr. Scharff, H. Armstrong. W Patter
son up, 4th.   Time, 214-5 sec.
The running half-mile d sh was
filled by three entries, Dr. Scharff being scratched. With a clear start the
three kept together for a third of the
course. Main and Caraletter going
neck and neck till tbe home run,
when Friar Charm was urged by his
jockey for a final .purt and filled in
the gap now between Main and Cam-
letter, and keeping these positions till
under the wire.
Running Hall-Mile Dash, purse
$125—Main, Clear Lake Stebles, F.
Dornke up, 1st; Friar Charm, H. G.
Gordon, Ed. McAbee up, 2nd,; Cam-
letter, J. J. Battger, T. S. Williams
up, 3rd.   Tims, 53 sec.
The last rsce ol Thursday was perhaps the prettiest of sll, snd excitingly
close. There were five entries Ior the
three-quarter mile dash and tbe manoeuvring of the jockeys before the
starter, showed that the raee would be
hard (ought. Tbe horses got swsy in
rather poor order, but the field soon
got into the position, with Besver Dam
creeping to the lead. The race looked
as it Besver Dam had it her own way
but after making and keeping up the
tremendous pace lor the first quarter,
dropped a little behind. Invoioe and
Katie Bell were even and their jockeys
got down to riding on the home run,
Katie Bell winning Irom Invoice by
little more than a neck.
Three-Quarter Mile Dash, purse
(200-Katie Bell, C. H. Cottle, T. S.
Williams up, 1st.; Invoice, Clear Lake
Stables, Forernier up, 2nd.; Beaver
Dsm Lad, Ed. McAbee, Ed. McAbee,
3rd.   Time, 1.20 4-5.
Dr. Scharff and Aloha entered.
Thursday's racing was in eve.y way
successful, the events being run off
without a hitch. The crowd was enthusiastic all through. The Independent Band played selections during
ths afternoon, in the Grand Stand,
while refreshments ol all kinds sdded
to tbe sociability ol the afternoon.
Racing men visiting in town speak
very highly ol the track and nf the
improvements mnde since last year.
In eliciting information Irum tbe
horse nwiicrs and juckeys the Mail-
Hkhai.1) representative was informed
that Revelstoke was one of the most
popular cities where race meets are
held, and that the track though only
two yean old can put many others
ten times its age in tbe shade. The
surlace is good snd needs but little
improvement. Regarding accommodation, stables, etc., they say that they
could wish lor no better. Transpur
tation arrangements were well patronized, the busses making frequent trips
to and from the town and track, while
the s.s. Revelstoke was largely patronized by tho.e who wished to take
advantage of tbe river trip as well en
route Ior the races.
As on Thursday, so was yesterday
afternoon declared a publio holiday,
and in addition the school children
were let out at one o'clock for the
afternoon off. The weather yesterday
was idesl lor racing, if a little chilly
for those looking, which was very soon
forgotten as the excitement of the
races brought a glow of warmth A
large crowd streamed to the track,
and were even more enthusiastic
yesterday than on Thursday the success of the previous day with promise
of even better sport being tbe incentive. The first race on tbe list, and
perhaps the most popular of all, was
the one-hall mile for local ponies,
Spider Kelly, McAbee up, was the
favorite, while Little Maud, J. Pettipiece up, and Tommy, F. Dornke up,
both had their respective backers.
Some differences of opinion over the
height of Little Maud, resulted in the
measurements heing taken, and proved
satisfactory. The first heat was a
good close race, Spider Kelly winning
by a fair margin, Little Maud getting
second place by a neck.
Hall-Mile Pony race, purse $125—
Spider Kelly, W. Fleming, McAbee
up, 1st.; Little Maud, J. M. Doyle,
Pettipiece up, 3nd.; Tommy, W. E.
Smith, Dornke up. 3rd. Time, 1.14-5.
n the second heat Little Maud was
fouled by Tommy, the letters jockey
crossing the track in front ol Mnd
and causing ber to slow up in order to
avoid colliding with the inside rail.
On the home stretch, Spider Kelly
hod it sll his own way, Little Maud
securing s good second Irom Tommy.
Second heat—Spider Kelly, 1st.;
Little Maude, 2nd,; Tommy, 3rd. Time
lmin. 2 sec.
The trot snd pace events evinced
the greatest enthusiasm. In the first
heat Tom Keene broke, Lady S securing first place, Olideaway a long third.
In ths second heat Lady S broke snd
Tom Keens again in the thi.d best.
The finals showed some fins trotting,
the pace being tremendous, ths two
horses running neck and neck for
nearly hall the course. Tom Keene
wits greatly hampered by the short
track turnings and lust much ground,
being unable to pick up at the finish.
Free-lor-sll-Trot and Pace, 1 mile-
First beat, Lady S, J. Matheson, 1st;
Tom Keene, E. Johnson, 2nd; Olideaway, J. Fatridge, 3rd. Time—229.
Second Heat—Tom Keene, 1; Lady
S 2nd.   Time 2.35.
Third Heat—Lady S, 1st; Tom
Keeoe, Snd. Time 2.33.
Fourth Hi at—Lady S, 1st; Tom
Keene, 2nd,   Time,234|.
The Five-Eighth Mile was the
prettiest race of the alternoon and the
best contested of any. The four
entries were all in perfect condition,
With an i v ii start Main got quickly
away snd maintained the lead to the
end. Friar Charm and Dr. Scharff
fighting hard for second place.
Five-Eighths Mile Dash, Purse,
$150. Main, Clear Lake Stables,
Dornke up, 1st; Dr. Scbarff, H. Armstrong, Patterson up, 2nd; Friar
Charm, H. G, Gordon, McAbee up,
3rd.  Time, lm. 4 4-5.
The running mile dash lay between
Katie Bell and Invoice, two line clean
legged racers, the other three entries
having been scratched. The race was
remarkable for the tremendous pice
set and kept all the way through, it
being a track record,
Running OnejMile Dash, Purse $250
-Katie Bell, C. H. Cottle, Williams
up; Invoice, Clear Lake Stables,
Dornke up, 2nd. Time, 1 m., 62 Bee,
(a track record).
Three horses entered ior the Consolation race, which proved excitingly
close. Chief Aloha got away snd ted
(or hall the track, but dropped behind
Hobson's Choice on the home run,
his jockey breaking his stirrup leather,
Running Three-Quarter Mile, Consolation. Purse $100. Hobson's
Choice, 0. H. Cottle, Patterson up,
1st; Chiel Aloha, Clear Like Stables,
Dornke, 2nd; Camletter, J. J, Battger
Williams up, 3rd.  Time, 1.33.
In every respect the meet wss a
complete success and every event was
carried out without a hitch. Revelstoke was given some first-clais
racing,, the times being as good ss on
a lint-class track.
The committee fulfilled their duties
in a manner which reflects ths highest credit on tbe Turf Assooiation,
whioh speaks well, for all luture meetings in Revelstoke.
A McRse, as president and founder
of the Association, deserves the greatest praise for the way iu which hs has
bandied the affair, winning the esteem
of townsfolk, horsemen snd jockeys
slike. Mr. McKae has been untiringly energetic in every branch ol the
meet, and aided by competent officials
has given Revelstoke s meet and a
Turf Association of which tbey should
be justly proud. A McQueen as judge
and J, Matheson and Andy Craig, as
starters did good work. The Independent Band livened the intervals
with breety music. R. Csley snd H
Manning ss relreshment caterers,
supplied the wants of  ths crowd.
Arrival of 900 Hindus may be
Sent to Ottawa.
Vancouver Sopt.  13.—With $30,
000 iu gold in  their possession, tl.e
001 Hindus who arrived on the steamer
Mouteagle on Wednesday, are well
prepared,to face the new conditions ol
n oouutry whicli iB altogether strange
to them.
Thu C. P. R. is responsible for them
for 24 hours after landing, and today
it is expected that many of them will
leave the City. Employment agents
have already agreed to take a good
number sway to work it. different
camps and mills in the Interior, and
others will be able to provide for
themselves. Some ol the leaders also
stated tbat il they could not obtain
shelter otherwise they would buy tents
and live in ihem till they could buy
some land and put permanent buildings on them.
They were aware how matters stood
here before they left their homes, and
they intend to buy land and erect
suitable buildings (or their aocommo-
ation. Among them are half a dozen
educated men who will look alter the
interests ol the other immigrants. One
hundred and three will be detained, as
many of them are too old to accustom
themselves to conditions here, but the
rest are a fine looking lot of men.
If tl.e Government refuses to grant
the use ol the Drill Hall, the Hindus
will most likely be sent to Ottawa by
a special train, whioh will be chartered
for the purpose. A subscription list
was opened yesterday and a great
many contributions were received.
Rosbuno, Sept. 10.—George Agnew
who a few months ago brought an
action of slander against his pastor
has evidently come to the conclusion
that discretion is the better part ol
valor and has today unconditionally
surrendered by discontinuing his
action and paying the defendant's
There Is a keen leeling of satisfaction among all classes of people over
the complete vindication of Mr. Knox.
Pram our own corrapondenk
Rev. G. Wilson, Supt. of Missions
lor B. C, spent a lew days in town
snd occupied the pulpit in the Pres-
bytsrisn Church on Sunday evening.
Geo. Reid left Thursday (or Chicago
A. G. Findlsy was in Revelstoke
this week.
llr. and . Mrs. Kirk, .sod Master
Clarence spent s lew days in tbe
W. Haggarty has gone to Salmon
Mrs. Bain is visiting friends in
Green wnud,
J. B. McGsghran is spending s
vacation in Shuswap,
Rev. W.T. Johnston held service in
Nakusp on Sunday last.
On Thursday evening Mrs Lightburne entertained a large no...l.er of
Iriends in honor ol her s..., Juhn
McArthur, who is leaving to attend
the Columbia college in New Westminster. A very enjoyable evening
was spent with cards and dancing.
Persons who go out boating here
take a risk ol stopping rifle bullets
that are fired at random Irom tbe
Mansgor Tapping of the Opera
Honsewill give his patrons a real
novelty in the coming of Holden
Bros.' big sensation "Denver Express."
As a melodrama the play has few
equals; as a scenic production it is
without doubt the most complete and
elaborate ol sny at present touring
the country. No expense has been
spared to make tbe stage settings
gorgeous and beautiful; the mechanical effects are nsw and novel and
surpass anything in ths line ever
attempted in a melodramlo production. Ths oast is sll that can be
desired every actor having been ohosen
expressly on account ol their fitness
to portray the parts, One ol the
strong features ol tbe performance and
a feature usually omitted in plays ol
this class, is the Btrong vein of nest
comedy that runs through the play;
numerous specialties are also introduced, all neatly blended in the story
so not in any way to interfere with
the plot. The Denver Express will
be hero Thursday, Sept. 19th.
Hon. F. W. Aylmer spent» day or
two in Kamloops last week snd look*
ing alter the completion of the dredge.
He ex|iects that it will be in readineis
for work in a week oi^ten days. The
first work it will tie put to will be
making a dock in the vicinity ol its
present quarters. It will then be
taken to Salmon Arm and employed
there to deepen the like approaches
to the wharf in course ol construction
there by ths Dominion government
and which is now nearly oompleted.
Mr. Aylmer bss in view a systematic
plan for the improvement ol the
waterways in the vioinity and has already submitted to the publio works
department an estimate aovering the
details, included in whioh is ths placing on these waters ol a government
steamer, The river ohannels will be
deepened to permit ot navigation at
sll stages cf the river flow,—Kamloops
doubt as
can best
inds of up-
ODS should bear
in mind the fact that
we carry a splendid
stock of high grade
sporting goods and
Give Us Your Order
For Groceries, we can (ill it to your own satisfaction.
We will take as much care with it as if you were here
to watch us. Do not worry about the quality of the
goods we never keep anything but the best.
Bourne Bros.
$500 GASH
Buys New House finished with all modern
conveniences and ready for occupancy.
Offices :-Molsons Bank Building.      Telephone 31
Cent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
irct a op. iini
Imperial Bankof Canada
Haa- OfTloo Toronto, Ontaria.
BrsnohM Id lhs P-tImm ef Hultobs. Alb.ru, Sukt.Mhn.ir.
British Colnmbii, Curio. Qoibso.
Oapltal Authorlnd
Oapltal Paid Up ...
Raaarva Fund
D. R. Wilkik, President; Hon. B. Japfra y, Viov-President.
9^f9 sp Wj^l^^^w ^w
K General Banking luslno-M TraneaotoA.
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United Stats* and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections.
Saving! Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit and credited
Revelstoke Branoh, B. C.-A. E. Phlppe, Manager. (The flfeaiUlbevalb.
.avvcLSTOKt. ac,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Chas. Mcsphy.       Harold Fisher
Rirr>t. l,| Sollcltore, Bc.
c.n.uu.u> ,aww»
0»ri«» •   l« 'KHliL   l.AKK   Hlocs,   Rivals
It -soul Bakk
•rroM, B.C.
Monejr lo loan.
OfflcMf RsVSlstOkS, B.C.:
Oio. S. McOahtir,
_ M.  I'lXKUi*.
Ksvelatoke. B. C.
Cranbrook, B. C.
J. A. Hikvsv
('ranrook, H.
J. M. Sooll 1.L.U
       ^^        W. I. BrlRKH.
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
Money to Loan
;s«Licir.iis>im.MoLSONs Bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C,
Ami, of til Ore,. Samplea by mall or expren
receive prompt attention.
Term! Moderate.
Actum     .     •    ■     Hoi Uf. Ki.i./j, ll. c.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Su.veyiog
McKknzik Avenue,
Box 109, Kevelstokk,
ProiisciAi Assavik i Cuhmist,
Phone 2
SEW DENVER, B.C      I'.O.Bol ll)
(Member   American   Institute   of
MiDing Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstokb, B. 0.
Mine Management, Examinations
and Reports.
Reports compiled, Plans and Blue
Prints of Land, Timber Limits, Mines,
Mills and Buildings prepared in shape
for submission to prospective investors
or purchasers.
measure instrumental in bringing up
tlie British race to tlmt pitch ol excellence in body and mind which is
the envy of the world. Spurt has
done itB share in ,t be development ol
thc empire. Was it not said that
"Waterloo mis won on tho playing
fields of Eton ?" And io ii is with us
in Itcvelsloke to-day. Games of all
kinds have become part ol the education of Ibe rising generation and it is
to the excelling in these games that.
community becomes popular and
.elf-advertised among others in the
Dominion. Wo have here been keenly
intereited in every open air amusement and iu carrying on sucb in a
clean, straight-forward manner, have
popularized ourselves amongst ethers
ol our clan, Horse racing, carried on
as it should be, is the king ul all sports
and Ilevelstoke lias every reason to
be proud ol her association lor that
purpose. Only two years uld, the turl
club now have a track as goud as any
In the province, and with a future
before it second to none. To get this
tlie promoters of the scheme have had
to overcome many obstacles and
expend a lot of money,
We have nuw a valuable tract of
laud granted to the city for a park
and recreation purposes, beautifully
situated and convenient to the city.
With the expenditure ol more money,
the necessary improvements can be
made aud the establishment oi an
agricultural show grounds completed.
Revelstoke has grown big enough to
have an annual fair ui her owu and
tbe citizens should follow tbe example
of tbe Turi Club and help in the
furthering ol theBe most popular
Tlie improvements done on tbe
track this year deserve commendation
and the city as a whole sliould follow
ii up and establish a fair and show
ground ou the land given to them.
What beneficial results will accrue
from the carrying out of tbe scheme
will be easily seen, and when sport
and commerce are allied in unison,
there can be uo greater adjunct to tl.e
progress and development ol Revelstoke.
New System for Disposal of
Timber in Railway Belt of
Ottawa, Sept. 13.—A change is
beiug made in ibo maaner ul disposing ul the timber stretches l.y tbe
Dominion in the North-West and tho
railway belt in britiBh Columbia.
Uutil recently the practice has been
for individuals or companies to do
cruising and undertake the explcrnt
tion on tbeir uwn account and then
make app'ication tu the Minister ul
the Interior to havo the stretches ol
timber land which tbey would designate, advortisrd nnd put up Ior publio
It is said at Ibe Department Ilia
in the past where there was not great
profits in lumbering operations this
was a satisfactory system iib it encouraged and promoted lumbering in
a part ol tl e country where lumber
was needed. It bad the drawback ol
having the choicest portion ol the
timber strtcbes put up and disposed
of and left the persons who got them
in a position to control the less remunerative timber stretches in the
vicinity ns lew bidders could be obtained Ior tl.em when tbey were advertised and they dropped into the
hands of tbe lirst parties on the Held
at low rates.
Local Rovelstoko
Socialist Party of Canada
M....L, l-'irst anil Tl.ir.1 IVcliiesdiiy in ll.e month
, Selkirk HUL upstairs, a. 8 p.ni-   subject for
J«ni.*-l....-".lrriiinmii.'.it ...  fanitsllam."    All
interested uro welcnim.
C. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Camp. No. 229.
Meet.- Seeonil and I'- an lb Wednesdays In
..acl. 1II....U., in Selkirk ll.dl. Visiting no.-,I-
men cordially invited to ...tend.
w. I). ARMSTRONG, Con. Com.
J  McINTYRK, Clerk.
Memocr* ol both sexe., wi-l. lo ex-
L-baUKO curds. «cu.l 2a eenls... Jul., and
receive 15 lime;-. hands'iiue, imported
Posl Cards and your came eiifcreil on
list. an Kim
10   Haddon   Bldg., Vancouver.
F. 0. E.
Tho remilar meetings nro hold in the.Selkirk
Hull overy 2nd and lth Tuesday erainw .at 8
*cluc«. Visiting brethren an. cordially invited.
Kooti-nav Lodge No. 15 A.FA'IM,
The regular mooting- are held In tbe
Masonic Temple,
Idd Follows Halt,..,,
ll.c third Monday In
,-jach month at S
lp.m. Viyiiiiiffbre.ti
ren cordially w I
 U. A, t>llui:i)Nimi, Sucnmav.
SELKIRK LODGE NO  12. 1.0.0.F.
Mcota evory-Tlmradn;
evening   ln    HtflkirL
,Hnll at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren oor
^^^^^^^^ dlally Tnyltod to attend
Gold Range lodge, K. of P.,
No. 16, Revelstoke, b. c.
except Third Wednesday ot
each mouth, in the Oddfellows'
Hall at s o'clock. Visiting
Knights are cordially invited.
U. H. BROCK, K. ol R. A S.
H. A. BROWN, H. of P
All kinds of Green Vegetables ready lor the Market.
Fresh local grown Strawberries $3.25 and $3.50 Per
Ripe Gooseberries 10c.
Per Lb.
Front Street, Revelstoke
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations.
TfDIO-A.  Mn. 3. C.  HsWhlBon'i Con.
aught Avenue.
Gbe flfeail4)erafo
"1 would . . . eai.iestlyfldviscllie.it for
their goci to order this paper to be punctually
served up, and to be looked upon as a part of
the tea   if.ipage.'-ADD.aos.
SATURDAY, 8EPT. 14,1907
Tr I     Y ninths-all
f    I.   I R-oHsaatllM
whan i
— MU) »Y —
DMcoiiTi, MoeiM mi ennui mm
10s. par paakat, ar • paotuts Hr ISO.
Maoy people teem to think that a
newspaper ihould bs run lor their own
ipecial benefit, ai ao easy means ot
getting back at those against whom
tbey have grudge. Tbe lollowing
sxcrept from the Ashcrolt Journal,
who has had a dose ol this sort ol
thing and tells iti ttle of woe, sbowi
another phase of newspaper work that
tbe general public think little about
sod care less:
"This incident affords sn opportunity to draw attention to some o! the
pleasant parts of an editor's duty. It
is the ordinary thing, about once s
week, lor the editor to be pitched into
lor not going (or this or tbat man or
thing. 'Show them up," is what il
meant. 'Denounce' them in tbe Low-
sry and Houiton style. Well, no
matter bow deserving the cause the
result to the editor is the same. No
more shekels from tbe 'deoounced.
By the time he has completed the
course ol rectifying matters lo the
satisfaction ol the men who won't
write the articles himsell and sign
bis name to them, the sheriff is a luture in the isnctum. On other occasions the Journal bu lelt it ita duty
to 'speak out' in the publics interests
sod each lime it h as paid in lou of
business. Fsiluie on the editor's part
to always denounce things that are
more or less hurtful to the public, is
ascribed to cowardioe or favor on hii
part or some such reason. Who will
make up to us ths loss on the water
works company's business? Don't all
speak st ones."
Tbe second annual rocs meet held
in Revelstoke is s thing of the past
sod an incident among city amuse
ments to lie looked back upon with
nothing else but pride. Kevelstoke
has dsveloped in more ways than ons
lr is not only the increase ol private
houses snd stores; it is not
tbe inerosBe ol population only,
now is it the activity along commercial lines which go to add to the development of the city. Sport hss
played a great part in the history ol
tbe world and hai been   in  a great
Experiment to be Tried on
Pacific Division Between
Field and Hector,
The English "stall" system for the
protection ol railway train ie to be experimented with on the Canadian
Pacific Railway, and the lirst installation ol equipment is to be made immediately on the Pacific Division at
tbat point in the line known as the
"Big Hill," lying between Field aud
Hector. The distance between these
two points is eight miles, and when
the new system has been installed
dispatching orders on that section ol
the line will be done away with. The
staff plant is now on tbe ground, and
instructions relative to its operation
have been received in Vancouver Irom
The new system, it is claimed by its
promoters, makes accidents a practical
impossibility. It iB now in use on tlie'
leading English railways, where it is
Baid to have passed all tests satisfactorily. The principle of the system ii
that belore a train can travel over the
line covered by ite use tbe conductor
must u) tain the "staff" carrying it on
hii train till the cars pass off tbe protected stripe. Electrical connections
are used betweeu terminal points to
that start's may be released when there
is no train on the line.
Tbe system is usually a brass rod.
and mme times a stick ol wood which
is handed to the train which has the
James Evans
Dealers in Beef, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and Game in
Season. Orders promptly attended to.
First St. Revelstoke
Deer Heads, Animals. Hints, Kind, .Ktc,
Animal Hugs Mounted.
P 0. Box 31.
Studio:  Corner nf First St. antl Boyle Are.
ltevelitoke, B. C.
The best Brick in the Province.
Well burnt Bt-ick in huge nr
small quantities at Reasonable
Manufactured for all classestof buildings
All kinds of building and plastering
Rilles, Shotguns, Revolvers,
Fishing Tackle, Tents, Bunting uud Outing Suits, Canoes,
Bunts, Typewriters and Office
Disk, Field .mil Opera Glasses,
All at less- ihan lialf price,
Write at one. for big lint,
Naiiwigcvauk, N. II., Canada.
fi Lands
1 have many enquiries for
Fruit Lands from Winnipeg,
Toronto, and Vancouver, Persons desiring to dispose of
their holdings, large or small,
will do well lo lilt them with
me. Correspondence solicited.
Jas. I. Woodrow.
25c. to 50c. on the S
Your Grocery, Clothing
Drygoods and Shoe Bills
Full line ol Groceries and Dairy
Produce, Men's Supplies, Etc,
Freeh stock always arriving at
lowest prices,
FIRST STREET, ■ oity restaurant
Place your orders for your
Harness..—Band-make liools
and Fancy Leather 'Goods. . .
Storaf e
All Kinds of Light and H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
Dealer in Wood, Coal and Feed.
Phone 71. Home Phone
on any lection viithout the brass r.sl
Switches are at every station and tl e
trains wait there on the side tracks
until they are handed the l.rasi nil
which gives them the right ol way on
the road. In this way it ii impossible
for two trains to be on one section of
track at the same time, and tl.e only
danger of collisioni which remains is
the carelessness ol trims trainman in
leaving a switch open.
Lord Chancellor on Way to
London, Sept. 12.—Tbo laird Chancellor, Lord Loreburn, has sailed for
Canada on the Empress nl Britain.
He will visit Niagara and possibly
New York. This in the Hrst occasion
on which the I/ird Chancellor has left
the United Kingdom, the law forbidding that the Great Seal, ol which he
is the custodian, be taken out of tl.e
country. It is supposed to be constantly kept in his personal custody
but Lord Loreburn has arranged (or
safeguarding the Seal during bis
WE PAY fRIICHT toanv railway station
in Western Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Rrii.-h Columbia.
Writs for our latest Price list, ii is
mailed tree on request.
\Ye only handle the best goods mosey
can buy, only goods of best mill*, manufacturers and packers shipped.
Ws make Prompt Shipments.
We absolutely guarantee satisfaction
and Delivery.
AH Coeds Cusrantesd or Money Refunded.
I. i* a duty io You. lo Your Family anfi
to your Pocket Book io investigate cur
We do nol  belong 10 lhe Jobbers' or
\*,..i iation or
! I nisi.
Rofarsnces I Anv
Express ion.pa-iv m
Min.-* of twenty thou
. ii.ers in the lunr or..-
right of way over a certain portion of I Re,H' ^^^^^^^^^^m
.        —.       .-. . Urns..
the track. The difference between
nations il usually from eight to twehs
or fifteen miles, and n.. train is allowed
,      - ailwa) oi
-   |y,   or "he
land s.-.iisfird cos-
To Buy Property In and Around
Never Again will It be so Low
I have lor sale the following:—
One Cottage, corner Charles and
Douglas St. — SSoo, easy terms.
Two Houses, Third St.— $1,500
One House, corner King and
Pronl Sis.^-sji,700.
One Houseon Douglas St.—$800.
Fight Aces just outside the City
Limits, suitable for fruit—$.co per
acre. Together with larger lots
of Fruit Lands rear ihe City.
Also one 25 foot lot   suilahle  for
husiness -tie on Firsl  Street,  close
'.- M. XT.*..- Ave.
For full particulars applv (01-
W.   B.   R0BERT80N
Revelstoke, B. 0.
18, 19, 20, 1907
Larger and Better
Than Ever
Something Doing
Every Minute
Cheap Excursion Rates
On All Transportation
L   iris
Write for Our Price list To-day.
Northwestern   Supply   House
1 :,,> Stanley s.ree.
1)9 f,
That's Kuy.il Crown kind—
...a.lc in Vancouver—Largest
S.uip Factory weat of Winnipeg, lions,- cleaning an.l
wash ing a re easy with ils help
And the money saving is the
Premium System
Booklet tells what <ve give for
llnva! Crown Wreppnrs. Send
Inr   it—Free—Also   try   the
act prices at
Howson's on   well
From France, Holland and
reliable varieties at reasonable prices.
Fertiliser", Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Hides., sstsblishM nursery on the
mainland ol B.O.   Catalogue free.
Halcyon Hot Springs
For   I nformation   or
Prize List, Write
P, 0. Box 95,
Fall Styles
RoyaTSoap Co., Lid.
Vancouver, B. C,
Mol.li.fl In lmrnby frlvnn that 30 ilnyn iiflf-r
■fiutfl wn Int.fiiirl l/i (ijiiiiy lo Mm Mon tho Ohlef
f.omrni 'Mlori"r ol Uinh ttixl Worlcn, for m|k*..>Ii\I
llofllOO tOOQt and nirry nwny llnilirr fnnn tin
followiiiK SwDnwd tan-In.
(JonuiHmHnj** al. HUM, pbtnl.-vl ul llm north-
■■lint corner of Robert (II.hhIIiuiIiikV- m-,-qihii
Hon No, nil, woul KootonaJ Wntrlut, nml
ni'irlo-l ''HI*/ Rfltiel I.uniii* r ( urnimiiy'n noulli
mut cornur pout," tboQOO north in qtmtni.lhiuiot
v.i;ii w..ii.iin", liionco noniii ioolialni,thonco
i*m| IOm Iuhii1. in 'lolnl of (loiiiini'ii.v'oiniii,
Arrowlinwl, R.G,, July 8th, \\*r,
nt jly jo      Bio Dikd Limoin Co., i/id,
EtttveUtokp Und District*
Dlnlrid uf Went  Kniiti'liny.
T.ikii iioiiu» i hnl. I, It'itu'i't. Sf in, (if
ll>-\i*M'ik<*, It. Oi, nirii|)nh(Hi, Llini-
Herman, Inlands to Hpply for» Rpdolttl
I mi her liti'ii'i' over tfi« followll Y  d*'K-
Ooinnii lieing Hi n pimLplaiiti'il ii .inul
3) i li-iiin fnnn lhe wnnl It went enrner nf
Ti ni her Irinnl .1(182 and 10127, ind nboul
2i fn nm wenl of Ihe wenl hinmhuy
■iini m-irkeil "Hnheil Him'* N. K. Curlier 1'hhi," running  went ho chiilnn,
II len i '■ io ilth 801 Imins,  Ilienre PHBl 8(1
( hitiiic. i hence north HI! ehniiiH In phtce
jif iie-^iiiiiiiiK, lontrilnlnR (UO   acrfls
more nr Ipm,
Dated this 8th dny ol Anguil 1007.
Under tbe nsw m»nsgi>in>-iii of
lUltliY        Inthih,      oftrr.fi..   House
pyon are ths IDMt curative lo the
world.' A perfe.t, natural remedy tor
..ll Nervous snd Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney ind Stomach ailments
and Metallic roisoning. A sure i-.i.-i-
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates .... .ill Louts and trains, Two
nulls  ii,Hve and (If  nit, every   day
Tei.-K.-.. ).  common itton  with ail
iniirts of ll.e world,
Tkiimh   $12 to (IB per week.   For
further particulars apply to
11,\ It It V Mnl NTI IB 11
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrow Lak: ». c
Lots of little changes in the
fashions for (all.
3 button sack coats are shorter thu
the spring models.
Lapels ate wider, too.
Browns are in high favor agaia
In (act, brownish effects are running
[ the grays a close race lor popularity.
Tweeds and Worsteds are the most wanted fabrics—•
though you may find it hard to choose between these and
the new lmpeiial Blue Winter Serges.
We'll gladly show you all these new #les.
$15, $18, $20 up.
Revelstoke, B. C.
BELOW will be found the names ot some of the progressive firms in
Kevelstoke who make this most popular and liberal offer: This elegant
library and handsome case will be given by vote to the Lodge, Society,
Church or School in Kevelstoke securing the largest number ol votes in
the lollowing manner: The business men listed below will give with
EACH TEN CENT PURCHASE one vols. The contest begins Sept.
Dili and ends Feb. 9th, 1908. A ballot box has been placed in the Canada
Drug A Book Store whoro the votes are to be deposited. At the close of
thc contest tbe church, school, society or lodge having the largest number ol votes will iw awarded the librnry. Current accounte when promptly paid will be entitled to votes. Remember, votes can only be secured by
trading with the merchants listed below. Each week the Mul-Hekild
will announce the standing ol the contestant.
The library and case are now on exhibition in the show window ol
C. B. Hume A Co.
C. B. HUME 4 CO.
Groceries,   Drygoods,    Crockery
Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
House Furnishings.
Meats, Etc.
Fine Conlcctionery, Ice Cream, Etc.
Coupons given on Hardware only
Cigars, Tobacco, etc,
Printers and Publishers.
Central Hotel
as__   REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Newly built.    First-class in every respect.   All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates 81.60 per Day, Sped I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
I i.-i
of ,lamca  Ci'i.ivfoid.
lo the mallei ,.f the "Official  All In I lliil ralor's A.-i."
TAKK N0T10H that by aider ol
II., II..noi .1. A. Forin, made on the
l.'.ih day of Auginl, IIW7, I waa ap-
pointed sdtnlnfiiralot nf lbs estate nf
-ni.I .Int.ie- I'.-iiivfoid, .le.e.iacd, and
..II pal-lies I...viiig . I..In.a  itfgftlnsl the
-...ii est.it... ar.. I.......l.y required to
furnish same properly verifletl tn me
on or before tne 1st, dav of October,
llxtf. Ami nil pfnii." Indebted to Mid
.-state nre hereby reiiulred lu pny the
iiitoiutl of their   Indebtedness   lu   me
iiillci.il Administrator,
Dated the 27th day ..f August, 1007
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,   Rates $i a day.   Monthly rate.
Queens ftotel
Best brands oi Wines, Liquorsand Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
CHIEF  YOUNG,        -        -       Proprietor
Under  New  Management)
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVEL8T0KE,   B,   C.
Ki nd-clim accommodation for travellers.
Best brands of Wines, Spirits, and
RATES   81  AND  $1.60  PER   DAY
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Oash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Ilcvel.li.kn Un<l Dlitrli...
Diatrict ..I Wu. K.io.ons;.
Take no.lct. tht. I, Anton llinaen o! Poplar,
I)..',, occupation Miner. Intend lo apply (or
..sf million lo burobSSI the lollowliiK doeerlbt-d
r.nnmeiictng sl I poit planted on the norlh
•I-l.. ol the lardo Hirer, oppoalte the town ol
Poplar, marked "A. Ilanicn'i N.W. corner,"
thonce eail le rhalna, ihence aoulh 10 ohalna,
ih.-ii... ...*i io ehalna, thenoe north 11)obslni
in ....I... ..I ... iiiii.«iiifeiiiini, hi i.l (fi.iitaluliiK (0
aerea, moro or leaa.
Dsted 2nd Julv, WOT,
wedjljll) ANION HANSIN, '
Iterelstoke L*.nd Distriot.
Distriet ol West Kuuteiiay.
Take e inul A..ilrmv Kilson,of
RuvelslOM., II- C, iinii,-i-. iutends to
apply lor.. special I....ber lic-i-i.se over
llie lolli.wing described lands:
1. C..iiiliP'li('i.ig nl it post pl.t..i.,1
one quart, i mile ..hove lhe north fuck
of Foil I'.eek,.... .lie .....ll. hank, nnd
luaikcu "Andrei. Kileo.i'a 8, E. Curlier," llieuce  nuiili 4U chains, llienee
\> esl 181) chains, thence south 10 ohaius,
tlience eas.   HKI   chains  to point of
. on....emeu.eul,   nud cuntaiuing OIU
acres mure or less.
Dnled August ai.h, 11X17.
2. Cuiiiuienciiig ata pust planted
oue quarter tulle abuse .be norib fork
uf Flat Creek un the north bank ami
marked "Andrew Kitson's S. W. Curlier," tbeuce north 80 chaiua: lbence
easl Ml) chains; lUeuce south 8.) cliains.
thence west 81) chuina, tu point of
coiiiuieiicenient and cuntaining liiu
acres inure ni- less.
Dated Angus. SMlli, 1907.
11. Cummencing m a post pl.u.ied
..In.ut one iiule and thiee-qiii.i'ie.'s
beluw lhe norlh fork of Plat Creek, on
the norlh hank, and marked "Andrew
Kiimio's S.W. Corner," thence north
8t)i-liains| thence east 40 chains, llieuce
south 4U.-li.ii..s, thence eaal 40 chains,
Ihence soulh 80chains, Ihence west 40
lhaius. llieuce no.ill 40chains, tbeuce
wesl 411.1...ius to puinl ol' :oniiuence-
menl and containing 010acres mure or
Dated Augusl 20th, 1007.
Ankkbw Kitson.
In the  matter of Archibald Squab-,
In Ihe ni-ilter of the "Official Adiniu-
ialralor's Act,"
TAKE NOTICE by order of His
Honor J. A. For..., made ll.e lf.ih day
of Augusl, 11107, 1 was appointed
administrator of Ihe estate of said
Archibald Hiechiu Squall', deceased,
and all parlies having claims against
the said'estate are hereby requited to
furnish same properly verified to uie
.... or before llie 1st. dav uf October,
11)07. And all parties indebted to said
estate are required lo pay the amount
of their in.lei.Ie.l..ess lo ine forthwith.
Official Administrator,
Dated Ibe 27th do? of August,1907.
Cariboo Land Dislrict.
Din rict ol Cariboo.
Take Notice that H. McMahon, of
Revelsloke. B. C, intends to apply for
a special timher license ovei the following described laud :
20. Commencing at a post planted
at lhe Forks of Alhreda Kiver, Norib
Thompson, marked "H. McMahon's
S.W. Coriitr," thence east 80 chains,
theuce south 80 clmins, thence west 80
1 hains; thence nurth 90 chains to point
of commence...ent, coutalnlug 01U
acres mure or less.
Daled April lOlh, 1907.
H. McMahon,
Revelatoke Und Diatrict,
District ol Weit Kooleuay.
Take aolice that Bowman Lumber Company,
Ltd., ol Kevelstoke, B. li, occupation Lumber
Manufacturers, iutende lo apply lor t ipeclal
Umber licence over tbe following described
"Sllll ...
Commencing ata tost planted on the touth
ilde ol northeast arm upper Arrow Lake snd
marked "Jiowuian Lumber Company's N. K,
corner poet,'* lbence east 80 chaiuMhence south
In chaiua, theuce wesl 80 cbaina, lbence north
SO chains lo want of commencement, and containing 610 acres, more or lesa.
Dated July .*.., IS..7.
Was?   By their Agent. John O. McCarthy.
Weat Kootenay Land Diatrict. Diatrict ol Ber.
elatoke, B.C. lak. notice that Kupert William
l.aggen, ol lla,-bloke, U.l'., occupation Insurance Agent, Inlemla to apply lor permisaion to
purchase the following described laaih-Colfl-
raeiiclng At a p .at planted on the western ahora of
Upper Arrow Uke, At Bannock point, and mark*
eel "il. W. Uaggeo'a auulh-eaHt corner poat,"
aituate alwut lil i-usiii, (rom the aouthsru eitreiu-
ity ol Bannock Point, thence north 10 cliains lo
the aouthern bou.uUry ol Ueorge Boyd'a pre-eicp-
Hon, thence weat »u chaiua to Ua eastern boundary ol Lot 811, thence aouth 30 chaina to th* ahora
ef Upper Arrow Lake, tlience east following the
ahora ol Upper Arrow lake to place of commencement, t-i.iii.uiiK an area oi ISO aerea, more or leaa.
Ulit«l July Mh, 1WT.   Uupelt William, Uaggen.
ln the Matter of Duncan McEachran
TAKE NOTICE tbat by order of
His Honor J. A. Forin, made on the
20th day ot August, 1907, 1 was appointed Administrator of the estate
ol said Duncan McEachren, deceased,
and all partiei having claims agaiml
the said estate are hereby required to
lurnish same properly verilied to n.e
on or belore the 1st. day of October,
And all parties indebted to said
estate are required to pay the amount
ol their indebtedness to me forthwith,
Ollicial Administratis.
Dsted this 31st day ol Aug., 1907.
Revelsloke Land Dislricl.
Districl of Weal Kuotenay.
Take notice thai The Smith Creek Mining and Development Company, duly
registered in British Columbia and engaged in placer gold mining, intends to apply
for a special timber licence uver (he following described lands, for the purpose of
obtaining timbers for mining purposes!
Commencing at a post planted a distance of .584 feet south from a point on
Smi.li Creek, situated 440 feet below lhe
mouth of Pot Hole Creek, and marked
"The Smith Creek Mining and Development Company's north-west corner post, "
thence south 80 chains, tlience east 80
chains, Ihence norlh 80 chains, thence
weat 80 chains lo lhe poinl of commence
menl, and containing 640 seres, more or
Dated August 8>h, .907.
The Smith Cskbk Minima and Devei.
opmknt companv,
Per Frank H, GuRey,
wed aug 11 Manager and Agent.
Rerellt.lkeU.ul lllalrlcl.
DlilrlclolWel. Kootenay.
Take in.il.-e lha. In.-hard litvla ol Kevelstoke
B 0., 0.'. apailen N>" lller. 'nieada toapply lor
> apeelal Umber lloesis over Ibe lollowlng
described landa:
ii.imn.-i.cli.g al t poal iilanled About one
mile helow Book Polul, and about HI chalna
Irom Die eaal bank ul lhe 1 <.l..mi.la lllver, snd
msrked "Hlahard Deris' eoulhou. corner
poal," lhe..-,. norlh ISOelislna, Ihence well 10
ohalna, theuoe aoulh 1B0 cbalni, llienco eut 40
chaiua lo Uie polul ol i...ia.neniieuieii., and
containing '40 ai-ii-s more or leu,
paird AuguaUid, 1007.
wed aug U aiGIURD DAVIS,
R.-velsluke L.llil Dislricl.
Dislricl of Wesi Koiilenay,
Take   Nulire   that   I.  Ch..-'■■>  L.
Hyde, of Revelst..ku, B C....-.-..p........
Touliei'Cruiser, inl.....Is lo.i|...It for ,.
speci .1 licence in i-iu   liuiliei   ....  ll.e
f i'l   .ing rl. s, tilled land :
1 tlniiiinenciiig al pnsf planled ..hunt
'I miles up lhe 11111-1 li-easl fork of Ould
stream, ui.u-keil "Cha*. L. Hyde's
N. W. Curiiei Pusl," Ihence souih SO
chains, thence east 80 chains, iheuce
fini-lli 80 chains, tlienee wesl 80 chains
lu point, of commencement, and con-
tainingfllOacres, inure or less.
Dnled August 81 b, 19U7.
2. Commencing at a post planted
about 3 miles up lhe nurth-east fnrk uf
Goldstrea nd  marked  "Clias. L.
Hyde's N. E. Cniner Post," thence
soulh 80 chains, Iheuce west 8U chains,
Ihenee north 8U cuius, Ihence e..st80
chains tu puint of cuuiiucnceiiient, and
containing till) a. res inoreor less.
Dated Augusl 8. h. 1007.
3. Coiiiine.icing ul it post plnnted
li aud 11 half miles up 11..- nurth fork ,.f
tlnldalreiiui, and 1 mile west of the
norlh fork, uiarked "Chas. L. Hyde's
N. W. Corner Post," thenci. east 80
chains, Ibeuce south 80 chains, Ihence
west SU chains, ihen. en .rth 80 chains
tn poiut of comine..cement, and con
tabling 040 acres, more ol- less,
Dated August Dili, 1907.
4. Oommenclng at a post planted
alioi.l3.iud 11 hull'miles up the north
fork ufGoldslreani and abn.lt 1 mile
westof the north fork, marked "Chas.
L Hyde's Nurth-east Cornei Post,"
thencesouth 100 chains, Ihence nest
40 chains, thence north 100 chains,
Iheneeeast 40 chains tu point of com
il.encem.mt, and conlaining ,040 acres,
more nr less.
Dated August 9tb, 1907.
5. Coinmeneing at a post planted
al...ul8.10d .1 half miles up Ihe north
fork of Coldstream and about 1 mile
wesl of the noith fork marked "Chas
L. Hyde's S.E. Coiner Post," thenci
nortb 180 chains, thence west 40 chains,
tbence bo.ith 160 chaina thence east 40
chains to point of commencement, and
cuntaining 040 acres, more orless.
Dated August 9th, 1907.
6. Coinineneilig at a post planted
about 1 mile up Camp Creek anil about
half. 1 mile east of creek. Cump Creek
being a tributary of Gol.lsl ream,
marked "Chas. L. Hyde's S. W.
Corner," thence north 80 chains,
Iheneeeast SOchaius,tbence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to the
puinlof cui.iinenceuie.it, and cuntaiuing 010 acres, 1110re or less.
Dated August 12th. 1907.
.7 Coinineneilig at a post planted about
half a mile from Culuniliia Kiver and
about 10 chains south of Dowuie
Creek, marked " Chas. L, Hyde's
S. W. Oorner," thence north 09chains,
thenceeast lOchains, thence north 40
cliains, thence east 40 chains, thence
south lOOchains, thence west 80 chains
to point of rniniuenceme.it, and containing 640 acres more ur less,
Daled August 1,'iih, 1907.
wedougSI CHA8, L. HYDE.
Anyone wishing fancy work for
Christmas ihould leave their orders
now. Battenburg tea cloths, embroidered centre pieces, cuibions of all
kinds, drawn thread work, hardanger,
etc.   All work guarsuteed.
Anyone wishing to see samples of
work can call at residence.
Mrs. R. A. Uppib
Notice ii herebjr glveu that thirty days titer
date I inlend toapply to tbe Honorable Chief
Commissioner ol Lnnds ami Works for special
license to cut and carry away timber from tbe
following deacribed landi iltuated in Weat
Kootenay, Upper Arrow Lake Diatrict:
1. Commencing at a poat planted on the
aouth aide of Leon Creek, aud about twenty
chalna from the Creek, and about four miles
from the mouth of said, marked "E. N. Hal-
lotpk'8 MUth*WMt corner post," thenco east 80
cbaius, tbence nortb 80 ohaini, thence weat (HI
chains thence south 80 chains, to place of
2. Commencing at a poat planted on the
north tide of Leou Creek, and aboul 60 feet
Irom tbe aouth-east corner pust of of Timber
Limit No. T4KS, and about 60 feet fiomtte
iouth-west corner post of Timber Limit 784-2,
marked "K.N, Hallock's initial post," tbeuce
weat 80 chaiua. thence south 40 chains, tbeuce
eaat 160 chains, thence north 40 chains, tbence
west 80 chains to place uf com meucemeut.
i. Commencing at a poat planted on the
>outhsideol Leuu Creek, nbout nine miles
from tbe muuth, near the south-west corner of
T. L. Nu- 7490,. marked ' B. i>. Hallock's nori'i-
west corner post," thence s'-uth 40 chaina,
ibeuce east 160 cbaius, thouco north 40 chaiua,
tbence west 160 chains to place ol beginning.
4. Commeueiug at a post plauted on the
caat aide of tbe auuth forkof Leon Creek, aud
about two miles from the forks, marked "£. N.
Hallock's north-west corner post," thencu
aouth 80 chalna, lbence east 80 chalna, tbeuce
north 80 chaius, thouce west go chains lo place
of beginning,
6 Commencing at a post plauted on tbe
west i- ide of tbe suuth fork of Leou Creek, and
a-Miiit three and oue-half miles from the mouth
oi said fork, marked "K. N, Hallock's north-
weal coruer post," thonce south 80 chalna,
thunce eaat 80 cbaina, ihence nurtb 80 chalna,
tbeuce weat 80 chaiua to place ot beginning,
I, Commeueiug at a prat plauted on the
west side of the suuth fork of Leuu Creek, and
about four and ouc-hall miles fiom the mouth
of said fork, marked "if. N. Hallock's north-
west corner posl," ihence south 80 cbaina,
ibanc* east 80 chains, tbence north 80 chains,
ibeuce weat 80 chains to place of beginning.
aataugl7 KDWABD N, HaLLOCK.
Uated July .1st, 1007, Kevelstoke, B, C.
Notice of Change in Sailings,
During the remainder of the season
of 1907 tbe steamer " Kevelstoke"
will make trips to Dowuie and return
twice per week, leaving Kevelstoke on
Tuesdays and Fridays at 9 a.m., reaching Downie at 5 p.m. and leaving
Dowuie on Wednesdays and Saturdays
at 8 a.m. reaching Revelstoke at 11
a.m. Partiei desiring to make this
trip over the finest scenic route in the
Interior will Hud good accommodation
on board. Reduced rates to parties of
10 or more.
Iu the .nutlet  of  William J.  Elliot,
In the matter of tl.e 'OiHcial Administrator's Act."
TAKE NOTICE that hy orde. of
llisllom.i .1. A. Forin, made or, the
151 ti day of August, 1907, I was ap.
pointed adluinistiator of the estate of
said Willi .in J. Elliott, deceased, und
nil parties having claims against the
ialu eslnle ate hereby required In
furnish SatDS properly veillled to me
on or before the 1st. day nf October,
11*17. And all parlies Indebted to said
estate are hereby required lo pay the
ainniiiit of iheir Indebtedness tu uie
Olllc.nl Administrator,
Dated the 27th day of August, 1907.
L'll i Ln.'! Il.*ir et,
Dislricl ..I I.-i... ..
Tike In- that A . Ir- i Kii-nn, .if
Bevels.(.ke. li 0, Mi.... intends in
..pplv l.n .. sp i. ,1 nm..er license over
I he folio,....,; .leu i.l.. .1 land-]
1-   C i-iiiing nt a |.nsl  planted
. n I he .-i.s. ...ink „f the nnrlh rmiinl
S-vni.....-River, al,,,in lj miles ..hove
I lle furk ol .he same .ml abuut 31
miles up from Sluis.v.ip Like, ..nd
marked-Andrew Kilson's S. W Oorner," Ihence uorth 100 chains, illume
easl 40 chaius. Ihence smith 160. In.
thence wesl 40 chains lo puim nf . om-
meneement, and conlaining 040 acres
nmre or less.
Dnted July 31st, 1907.
2. Commencing at n post planled
on thee.tsl hank of Ihe north forkof
Seymour River about lj miles above
the fork of thu same and about 31
miles up t'i om Shuswap Like and
marked "Andrew Kilson's S. E. Ciirner," thence nnrth 160 chains, thence
west 40 chnlns, Ihence soulh 10(1
chains, thence easl 40 chains in poinl
nf commencement nnd containing olu
acres untie ur less.
Dated July 81st, 1907.
3. Cuiniiieniing at n post pl.t..led
on the eusl Imnk nt Ihe north furk of
Seymour River, about 4) miles nlmve
the fnrk ot the same and nbunl S4
miles above Sh.isivf.p Lake, and
marked "Audiew Kitson's NAM, Cornei-," theme souih SO chains, theme
east 80 chains, theme nurth 80 chains,
theuce west 81) chains to point of commencement and containing Oil) acres
mure or less.
Dated July 31st, 1907,
4. Commencing ,-.t a pust planted
on the e.ist l.iinl-. of lhe north fork of
Seymour River, about 4J miles ubov
the forks of the same and nliout 34
miles up from Shuswap Luke, and
marked "Andrew Kilson's S.W. Corner, Iheuce norlh 80 chains, Iben.e
easl 81) chains, thence suulh 80 chains)
Ihence west 80 chailis tu pninl nf coin.
mencenient and conlaining 640 acres
more or less.
Dated July 31st, 1907.
5. Commencing nt a post planted
un theeast bank nf the nnrth fork of
Seymour River, ahout one half mile
helow the fork of lhe same, and ahum
29 iniles up from Shuswup Lake and
mnrked "Andrew Kilson s S. E. Corner," ihence luuth 80 chains, Ihence
west 80chains, Ihence suulh 80 chains,
then.-e eaat 80 chains tu pnint of commencement and containing 640 acres
more or less,
Dated August 3rd, 1907.
6. Commencing at n post planted on
the east liank uf the north fork of Seymour River, ahout one half mile helow
the fork of the same and about 29
miles above Shuswap Lake, and
marked "Andrew Kitson's N.E. Cor
ner," Iheuce soulh 40 chains, tnence
west 160chains, thence nurih 40chains,
thence east 160 chains lo point of commencement ...id continuing 610 acres
more or less.
Dated August 3rd, 11)07.
7. Cniiiiiieiuing al a post planted
on lho wesl bank of lhe uorth fork of
Seymour River, about three miles
helow the fork of Ihe same and aboul
26J miles aliove Shuswap Lake and
marked 'Andrew Kitson s S. E. Corner," thence ninth 80 cliains, ihence
west80chains, Ihence south 80chains,
thence east 80 chains, to puiut of commencement and containing 010 acres
mure or less.
Daled August 3rd, 1908.
8. Cnui.uenci.ig nt a poet plunled
nn the west hank of the nnrlh fork of
Seymour River, about 24 and a half
miles .il.ove Sliusivap Luke, and
maiked "Andrew Ki son's 8. E. Corner," Ihence Horlh 80 chains, .hence
west 80 ehnins, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, to point nf coin-
menceiiient and conlaining 640 acres
more or less.
Dated August 3rd, 1907.
9. Commencingat a post planted
about one mile east of the north fork
of Seym.i.n Kiver, ou a tiil.ui.ii-y of
ibe same about 21 miles up from
Shuswup Lake and marked "Audiew
KiUon's S. W. Conier," thence north
40 ehuins,  ihence   east 100   chains,
hence south 40 chains, lbence west
100 ehuins lu point of commencement,
and conl.ii.iing 640 aces mure or less.
Dated August Olh, 1C07.
10. Commencing nl a post planted
about one mile eiut of lhe nor.h fork
of Seyii.our River, nu n tributary of
the same, aliout 21 miles up from
Shuswup Luke, and marked "Andrew
Kilson's N.W. Corner," thence soulh
40 chains, tbence east 160 chains,
tlience north 40 chains, thence west
160clmins to poinl of commencement,
and cuntaining 040 acres more or less.
Dated August Olh, 1807.
wedaugSl Andrew Kitson.
In the matter of Lewis Eyra Sleeves,
In lhe matter nf ths "Official Administrator's Act."
TAKE NOTICE that Ijy order ol
His Aonor J. A. Forin, made the loth
day of August, 1907. I was appointed
A.lu.inistiator nf Lewis Eyra Streves,
deceased, and all parties having claims
against the suid estute are hereby
required lo tuinish name properly verb
Hedlo me on or before the 1st, dayof
October, 1007. And all parties indebted
tuiaid eslale are required tn pay the
am....nl of indebtedness lo u.e lut-lli-
Ofllcittl Administrator,
Dated the 27th day of August, 11)07.
Iu the mailer of William Thomas,
In the matter nf the Official Adminis-
trator'a Act."
TAKE NOTICE that by order of
His Honor J, A. Forin made the 15th
day nf August, 1907, I was appointed
administrator of the estate uf said
William Thomas, deceased, and all
parties having claims against the said
estate ore herehy required to furnish
wiuie pioperly verilied lo me on or
before the 1st. dav of October, 1907.
And all parties indebted to said estate
are required to pay thc amount of
Iheir indebtedness to me forth wiih,
OiHcial Adminisliator,
Duledlhe 27th day ol Aug, 1907.
Any pcraon orperauna found cutl.ni or carrying swat Umber off lhe Comaplix townal.e,
without per tolas I on Irom thc owucr Hoo,
li«mu Bollock, or hli ageni Chief Young,
will be pioiccutcd accordlug to law.
Uated U.l. lllth da, ol Augua,, 1*07
fid ao, 11 So
C.iiil.on Land Di trlct,
District uf Cariboo.
Tike nolice thai II. .Mcintosh of
Revelstoke, B.C., occupatimi Blacksmith, ini. .ids lo apply for special timher licences over the following descrihed lands.
1. Commeuelng ata post planted at
uppei cussing of Albredn Itiver, nnd
marked "D. Mclnlosh's S. li corner,'
lbence west 80 chains, tlience nurih 8U
chains, thunce east 80 chains, ihence
south 8U chains to pointof commence
menl, containing 010 acres more n:
2. Commencing at a post planted
alongside 11, Sawyer's Nu. 2 post, and
uiarked "D. Mcintosh's S. E. corner,"
thence west 10U chains, thence north
4U chains, thence east 100 cliains,
lbence south 40 chains to point oi
commencement, containing 010 acres
mure or less.
3. Commencing at a pusl plunted
at lower crossing of Albredn Kiver,
marked "D. Mclnlosh's N.E. coiner,"
Iheuce suuth 100 chains, theuce wesl.
4(1 chains, Ihence north 100 chuius,
llieuce east 40 cbnins tu place uf com
iiienceiuenl, containing 040 acres more
or less,
Dated August 5th, 1007.
Comineucing ut it post planted
at mouth of Alhreda Kiver, maiked
"D. Mcintosh's N. E. corner." theoce
west 80 chains, thence south SO chains,
tlience east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, to point of oommenoement
containing 010 acres more or less.
Dated August 0th, 1907.
o. Commencing at a pust planted
2J miles above Apperall camp, murked
"D. Mcintosh's S. E. corner." tbence
west 40 chains, thence north 100 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence smith 160
ehnins to point of commencement,
conlaining 040 acres more or less,
0. Commencing at a post planted
alongside No. 5, marked "D. Mclnlosh's N. E. corner," thence west 40
chains, thence south lOOchains, thence
east 40 chains, thence north 100 chains
to point of commencement, containing
640 acres more ur less.
7. Commencing at a post planted
one-half mile above Apperall camp,
marked "D. Mcintosh's S. W, corner,"
thence east 40 chaius, thence nortb 160
chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
south 100 chains to point of commeucemeut, containiug 040 acres more or
Dated August 2nd, 1907.
8. Commeueiug ut a post planted
one-half mile soutn uf Apperall camp,
marked"!). Mclntush'sN.E, comer,"
lbence west 80 chains, tbence soutb 80
chains, theuce east 80 chains, tlience
north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 040 acres moro or
9. Commencing at a post planted
alongside No. 8, marked "D, Mclnlosh's S. E. coruer," tbence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, therce
east 80 chaius, thence south 80 chains
to point of commencement, containing
040 acres more or less.
Dated August 1st, 1907,
10. Commencing uta post planled
across river from Apperall camp, and
marked "D. Mcintosh's N.W. corner,"
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, theoce west 80 chains, tbence
north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 010 acres more or
Dated August 0th, 1907.
11. Commencing at a post nhuitnd
alongside ifb. lO.Tnarkeu "D. Mcintosh's S.W. corner," tbence east 80
chains, thence nurth 80 chains, tbence
west 80 chains, tbence suuth 80 chains
to point of commencement, containiug
64U acres mote or less,
12. Commencing at a post planted
one-half mile below Bone Creek on
west bunk of Thompson Kiver, niaiked "D. Mcintosh's S. E. corner,"
thence norlh 80 chains, thence weat 80
chains, tbence south 80 chains, theuce
east 80 chains to point of commencement, containing OIU acres more or
Dated August 1st, 1907.
13. Commencing at a post planted
at mouth ot Done Creek, marked "D.
Mcintosh's N. W. corner," thence
south 40 chains, theuce east 100 chains,
thence north 40 chains, thence west
100 chains to point uf coinmencement,
containing 640 acres more or less
Dated August 7th, 1007.
14. Commencing al a post planted
ongside of S. McMahon's No. 4 post,
marked "D. Mcintosh's N.E. corner,"
theuce west 160 chains, thence south
40 chains, thence eust 100 chaius,
theuce north 40 chains to puiut ul
commencement, containing 040 acres
more or less.
Dated August 1st, 1907.
lu. Commencing at a post planted
2 miles below Hell Roaring Creek,
marked "D. Mclntush'sS.W. corner,"
theuce east SOchains, thence north 80
chains,.thunce weBt SO chains, thence
south 80 chains tu point of commencement, containing 610 acres more or
Dated August 7th, 1907,
10. Commencing nt it post planted
at upper end uf Meadow, and murked
"D, Mcintosh's S. li corner," theuce
west 80 chains, tbeuce north 80 chuius,
thence east 80 chains, thencu south SO
chains to point of commencement,
coulaintug 010 acres more or less.
17 Coniiuencing at a posl plunled
alongside of No. 10, and marked "I).
Mclntnsh's N.li corner," Ihence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
theuce north 80 chains, thence eust 80
chains to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres mine or less.
18. Commencing at a post plunted
back of Meadow, and murked "D.
Mcintosh's S, E. eurner," thence west
80 chains, thence nurth 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence suulh 80
chains to point, uf cu.uiiienccnient,
containing 040 acres more or less.
19. Coinineneilig at a pust planted
oue mile suuth of No. 18, marked "D.
Mcintosh's N.E. corner," thence south
80 chains, Ihence west 80 chains,
Ihence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to poiut of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less,
20. Commencingat a post planted
alongside of No. 19, marked "I), Mcintosh's S. E. corner," thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thenco
east 80 chains, thenoe suuth 80 chains
to point of commencement, contain,
ing 040 acres more or less.
Dated July 30, h, 1IIU7.
21. Commencing at a post planted
2J miles below Hlue Kiver, on east
bauk of Thompson Itiver, inarked "D.
Mclnlosh's S. VV. eurner," tbenco eust
80 ehuins, thenoe north 80 ehuins,
thence west 80 cbnins, Ihonce south 80
ciiains to point ol cummenoeuii.nl,
containing 040 acres more or loss,
22. Commencing nl a posl plunted
alongside of No. 21, marked "D, Mclnlosh's N.W. corner," thence east 80
chains, Ihence south 80 chains, Ihonce
west 80 chains, thence nurth 80 chains
... point of cum meneement, cuntaining
(ill) ncres mure or less.
23. Co.u...cueing ut a post planted
no. l.-s river from Goose camp, and
iiifiike.l "D, Mcintosh's S.W.corner,"
tbence east 80chains, lbence in.rlh 80
chltlns, Ihenee west 80 chains, thence
south SOchaius lu point of commencement, containing OtO acres more or
Doled August 7th, 1007.
24. Commencing at a post planted
alongside of No. 23, marked "D, Mcintosh's N.W. cornel'," tlience east 80
liains, thence soulh 80 chains, I hence
.vest SO chains, thence north SO chains
o point of commencement, containing
iUO acres more or less.
25. Coniiuencing at a posl planted
2 miles south of No. 24, marked "D.
Mcintosh's N. VV. corner," thence east
80 ohains, thunce south 80 ehuins,
thence wesl 80 chains, thence nortli 80
chains to point of commencemeiil,
containing 040 acres in..ie or less.
Daled August 7th, 1907.
20. Commencing at u pust planted
10 chains from moulh of liig Slough,
inarked "I). Mcintosh's8. Ii corner"
thence west 8U chains, theuce north 80
chains, tlience east 80 chains, thence
south si I chains to poinl uf commencement, oontaining (ill) acres more or
Doled July 29th, 1007.
wed aug 21 I). McINTOSH.
Cariboo Und District.
Dislricl of Cariboo.
Tune notice that S. McMahon of
Revelstoke, B.C., occupation Blacksmith, intends to apply for special limber licences over the following described lands:
1. Commencing at a post plauted
lj miles above Bone Creek und 40
chains more or less from Thompson
River, marked "S. McMahon's N.W.
cornei," thence east 80 chains.thence
south 80 ohains, tbenoe west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to puint of
commencement, cuntaining 040 acres
more or less.
2. Commencing at u post planted
alongside No. 1, marked "S, McMahon's S. W. corner." thence east 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, theuce
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains
to point of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
3. Commencing at a post planted
alongside of D. Mclnlosh's No, 12,
inarked "S. McMahon's N.E, corner,"
thence west 80 chains, thenoe south 80
chains, tbence east 80 chains, thence
nortli 80 chuius to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
4. Commencing nt a post planted
at mouth of Thunder Oreek, marked
"S. McMahon's S. E. corner," thence
west 100 chains, tbence north 40
chains, thence east 100 chains, thence
south 40 chains to point of commencement, containing 010 acres more or
Dated August 1st, 1907.
5. Commencing at a post planted
alongside of H. McMahon's No. 0, and
marked "S. McMahon'B N.W. corner,"
theuce east 80 chains, Ihence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, tbence
north 80 chains to poiut of commencement, containing 040 acres more or
' ss.
0. Commencing at a post planted
on west bank of Thompsou River,
about 0 miles from Hell's Gale, marked "S. McMahon's N.E. corner," thenon
ww.1.   40  nliH.ne,   tnonoo    oouth     10O
chains, thence east 40 chains, thence
north 160 chains to point of coinmencement, containing 040 acres more
Dated July 29th, 1907.
wed aug 21 S, McMAHON.
Lillooet Lund District.
District of Lillooet,
Take notice that Nels Thomas Ed-
wards of Revelstoke, B. C, cruiser,
inle...Is lo apply for speciul limber
licences over lhe following described
1 Co<ui<iencin at a post marked
"Nels Thomas Edwards' south east
curlier post,' planted one mile east uf
Lm 3995, on nortli fork of Seymour
River, ou east side, Ihence iiui-.li 80
chnius thence west 80 chains, i hence
smith80chains, iheneeeast 811 . ...tins
lo puint uf cummencement, containiug
040 acres more or less.
2. Coniiiiencing.it o post marked
"Nels Thomas Edwards soutli weet
corner post," planled one mile eust of
Lot 3005, on north fork of Seymour
River, ou east side, thence north 80
chains, thence easl 80 chains, thence
south SO chains, thence -vest 80 chains
lo puiut of commencement, containing
OIO acres more or less.
Dated August 10th, 1907.
3 Cummencing at a post marked
"Nels Tlininiis Edwards suulh east
corner post," planted uho.lt 3J miles
eustof lhe north fork of Seymour
River, on snutli side of Deep Creek,
tlieuce uorlh 100 chains, tbence wesl
■III chnius, tbeuce suulh 100 chains,
Iheneeeast 40 chains to pointof commencement, cuntaining UU)acres inure
or less,
4 Commencing at a post marked
"Nels Thomas Edwards' south-west
corner post," planled ubuut 3J miles
east uf lhe nnrth fork uf Seymour
River, on smith sideof Deep Creek,
I hence nurth 100 chains, tbence east 40
chains, Ihence auuth 100 chains, theuce
west 40 chains to point uf commence-
nii-iil,.-....li.i.ling (140 acres more ur less,
Daled August 17lh, 1907.
wed aug 21 locator,
Cariboo Land District.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Horry Sawyer of Rev
cls.okr, H.C, millnian, intends lo apply
for permission lo purchase the lollowing
described lands:
Coniiuencing al a pusl plunled ahout
one mile above blue River, and marked
"H, Sawyer's N. W. corner," Ihence casi
8o chains, thence soulh So cliiiins, Ihence
wesl Hn chains, lhcuce norlh 8o chains to
poinl ol commencement, containing 640
acres morn or less.
Dated July 30th, 1907.
wed ng il   Per Donald Mcintosh, Agent
Cariboo Land District.
Districl of Caribou.
Take in.tioe lhat R. H. Sawyer ul
Revelstoke, B.C., occupation Millmi...
Intends to apply fur special timber li
cences over the following described
1. Commencing at a post planted
one n.ile above upper crossing of At-
bredo River marked "R. H. Sawyer's
N.W. coiner," ihence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 ehuins, tbence north 80
chains, theoce west 80 chuius to point
of cummencement, coulaiuing 640
acres more or less.
Doted August 5th, 1907.
2. Commenci..g at a post planted
on south boundary of Lot 9752, marked "R. H. Suwyer's N. E. corner,"
thence west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, tlience east 80 chains, thence
iiui-th-SO chains to point of commencement, cuntaiuing 010 acres more or
3. Comineucing ot 0 post planted
alongside No. 2, marked "H. H. Sawyei's N. W. corner," lbence east 80
chains. Ihence soulb 80 chains, theuce
weal SU chains, thence uortb SU chains
to point of commencemeni, containing
040 uci-OH more or less,
Doled August 1st, 1007.
4. Commencing at a post planted
at muulli of Thunder Creek, marked
"R. H. Sawyer's N.W. corner,'' thence
east 80 chains, tbence suulh SU chains,
theme west 80 cliains, thence north 80
cbaius lo point of commencement,
containing 610 acres more or leas.
5. Commencing ot a post planted
at thu mouth of Thunder Creek, mark
ed "It. U. Sawyer's S. VV, curuer,'
thence east 80 chains, Ihence north 8U
chains, tbence west 8U cliains, thenoe
south 80 chaius to poiut of commencement, containing 040 acres more or
0. Commencing nt a post plauted
one mile above Meadows, mid marked
"R. H, Sawyer's N, E, corner,*' theoce
south SO chains, theuce west 80 clmins,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
ohaius to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
Duted July 31st, 1907.
7. Comineucing at a post planted
lielow mouth of Big .Slough, marked
"K. H. Sawyer's S.W. eurner," thence
east SU chains, thence north 80 chains,
tlience west 80 chains, theuce south 80
chains lo point of commencement,
containing 040 acres mure or less.
8. Commencing ut a pust planted
alongside of No. 7, mucked "lt. H.
Sawyer's N. W. corner," thence east
80 chains, tlience south 80 chains,
Ihence west Sll chains, thence north 80
chainB to point of commencement,
oontaining 610 acres more or less,
9. Commencing at a post planted
about 3 miles above Hell's Gate on
Thompson River, marked "R. H.
Suwyer's S.W. corner," thence east
80 chuius, thenco north 80 chains,
thenoe west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
10. Commencing at a post planted
alongside of No. 9, marked "K. H.
Suwyer's N.W. corner," thence east 80
chuius, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
to point of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
Dated July 29th, 1907.
wed aug 21 R. H. SAWYER.
Cariboo Land Distriot,
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that U. Sawyer of Revelstoke, B.G., occupation Milbuan,
intends to apply for special timber licences over the fulluwing described
1. Commencing at a post planted
one mile above upper crossing of Alhreda River marked "H, Sawyer's
N. li corner," thence south SOchains,
thence west 80 chainB, thence north 80
chains, thence bast 80 chains to point
of commencement, containing 040
acre's more or less.
2. Commencing at a post planted
one-half mile below upper crossing of
Alhreda River, marked "H. Sawyer's
N. E. corner," Ihence soutli 80 chains,
tlience west 80 ehuins, ihence north 80
chuius, thenoe eust 80 chains to point
of commencement, containing 040
acres more or less.
Dated August 5th, 1007.
3. I'm...... neing at a post planted
40 chains frum Big Slough camp, and
marked "11. Sawyer's S.W. corner,"
tlience east 40 chums, theuce north 100
ehnins, thenoe west 40 ehuins, tbence
south 100 chains to pnint uf commence-
in- nt, contaiuiug 010 acres more 01
4. Communcing ol a post planted
alongside Nu. 3, marked "H Sawyer's
N.W. cornei-," thence easl 40 chuius,
thence soul.. UK) chains, theuct weat
40 chains, theuce nurth 100 chains tu
point of commencement, containing
010 acres ...ore or less.
Doted July 29th, 1907.
6, Commencing ot a post plunted
alongside of It. H.Sawyer's No. 0 post,
inarked "11. Sawyer's S. E, corner,"
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
cliains, thence south 80 chains, thence
cost 80 chains to point uf commencement, cmitaiiiing 040 acrus mure or
Dated July 31st, 1907.
II, Commencing at a post planted
alongside of D, Mclnlosh's Nu, 2» post,
marked "II, Sawyer's N.E. corner,"
tbeuce west 40 ohains. thence south
HID cbaius, thence east 40 chains,
thenoe uorth 100 chains tu point of
commencement, cuntaining 610 aces
muru or less.
7, Commencing at a pust planted
abuut 5J iniles ala.ve Hell's (fate,
marked "II. Sawyer's S.W. coiner,"
Iheuce east 80 cbaius, tbence nurth SO
chains, thenoe west 80 chains, tbenco
suuth 80 chains to pnlnt of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
8, Commencing at a pnst planted
alongside of No. 7, and marked "H.
Sawyer's N.W, comer," thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 cliains, tbence north 80 chains
tu point of commencement, containing
010 acres more or less.
Dated July 29th, 1907.
wed aug 21 H, SAWYEI*.,
Kevelstoke Laml District.
Ll..-. i-u-l of Wesl Kuu.eh.iy.
Tnke ....lue lhat Tom Suu.li.i.f K v-
elstoke, B I.'., timber cruiser, it lends
iu apply fu. a special license 10 m.i
limber un ibe 1..ilm. iug described in...I
1 Commencing ul a pust planled
Four and one-hall mil.-s sn.uli nlSnoili
Creek 111..1 tin. miles wesl ut Cnluuuni.
Riverand niarked "TomSundt's»...11 h
eosl in.net- post," llieuce .test Sll
chains, iheuce norlh SU chains, iheuce
east 140chains, thence soulh 8Jchains
lu tbe point of 10.0.i.e..cement uud
containing OK) acres, mure ur less,
2 Cummencing ut a post planted
four und one-ball miles souih uf Smith
Creek uud twu miles west uf Columbia
Kiver and marked "Tom Sundt's nui-th
east corner posl," thence south 8U
chains, ibeuce west 80 chains, theuce
nortb 80 chains, tbence east SU chains
tothe point of commencemeni and
containing 040 acres, more or less,
3 Commeueiug ut a posl plant..1
live and one-half miles souih of Smith
Ci.-ek and lwo miles west, of Columbia
Itiver und murked "Tom Sundt's sou.h
eusl curuer post," lbence wesl 10U
.haius. ihence .....tl. 4J chains, thence
easi lOOchains, Iheuce soutb 40 chains
lu the poinl uf commencement and
containing OIU acres, more or less.
4 Commencing a. a pust planled
Hve and one-hall miles south of .Suulh
Creek ond iwo miles west of Columbia
Riverand maiked "Tom.Sundt'snurth
east corner post," theuct- suuth 40
chains, ihence wesl 100 cbalni, thence
nurih 40chains, thenceeast 100chains
in the puiut ui commencement and
coulaiuing 040 acres, more or less.
5 Commencing a. a posl pluuted
six ami one-half miles south of Smith
Creek and two and one-half miles west
of Columbia River and marked "Tom
Sundt's south east corner pust,"thence
wesl 10U chains, ihence nurth 41) cbaina
thence east 100 cliains, thence suuth 40
chains to the point of commencement
ond containing 010 acres more or less.
0 Cummencing ul a post planted
abuut six nnd one-hall miles south of
Smith Creek and twu and one-half
miles wesi of Columbia River and
marked "Tom Sundt's 1101 th eait corner post," Ihence south 40 chains,
theme west 160 ehnins, thence north
40 chains, Ibeuce eusl 100 chains to tl.e
point of cummencement and containing 640 acres, more or less,
7 Commencing at a put planted
about seven and one-half miles soulb
of Smith Creek and two and one-half
miles west nf Columbia River and
marked "Tom S.mdt's north enst curlier post." Ihence south 80 chains,
thence wesl 80 chains, thence north80
chains, Ihence east 80 chains to the
poinl of commencement and containing 610 acres more or lets.
Dated Au„. 5,1907.
sataugZi TOM SUNDT.
Bevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kuotenay.
Tnke notice that K. A. Bradley, of Rerelstoke,
B. Oaj occupation Miner, uittndi to apply for
special timber licenses over thc followiii* deacribed
I. Commencing at a poat planted on the eaat
sideof Columbia river and une and a half miles
vast of Columbia rivt-r and two and one half milea
north of Big Moutb Creek, and marked " K, A.
Bradley's N. W. cumer post," running aouth 80
cbaina, thence east 80 chaini, thencu north M
chaina, thenoe weal IB chalas lo point of coa*
_. Commencing at apost planted on the easl
aide of Columbia mer and tut of Columbia river
one and a half miles aud two and a half milos
north of Hig Mouth Creek, and maiked " K, A.
Bradley's S. W. corner poat,"  ruoning nortb fel
<4ain§; these* «rtt *' otafr to' poini of »»
Dated this 24th day of Auguat, 1007.
3. Commencing at a poat planted on the east
side of Columbia river and eaat of Columbia river
one and a half miles and one mile south uf Kight
Mile Creek, and marked "K, A. Bradley's N. K.
corner post," running south 80 chains, tbance
west (MJ chains, thence north BO chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement.
4. Commencing at a post planted on the eut
aide of Culumbia river and east of Columbia river
oue and a half miles and one mile aoulh of Bight
Mile Creek, and marked "K. A. Bradley's H. K,
enrner poet,''ninnin* north BUcb»ine tbence west
80 chains thence south 80 chana, thence eaat 80
chains to point of cummencement
5. Commencing at a poat planted on tbe eaat
side of Columbia river .ind eut of Columbia river
one and a half miles and one mile aouth of Kighl
Mile Creek, ami marked "K. A Bradley'i N. W,
corner pust." running south 80 chains, tbenoe eaat
8u chains, thence north 80 chains, thenca we<t 00
chains lu point of commencement.
6. Commencing at a post planted on the eut
side of Columbia river and une and a half milea
t- ist nf Columbia river and oue mile south of Eight
Mile Creek, and marked" K. A. Bradley's 8, W,
curnor post," running nurth |0 chaina, theuce eut
So chains, thence touth 80 chains tbence west M
chains to point uf commencement.
Dated this 27tb day of August, 1907.
7. Commencing at a putt planted on the weat
sideof Columbia river and west uf the Colombia
river one hundred chains and three milea south of
Maloney Creek, and marked 'K, A. Bradley's N.E.
corner putt." running south 80 chalna. thence weat
& chains, tlience north ft chains, thence east SO
chains tn puint of commencement.
Dated this 28th day of August, 190T.
9. Comineucing at a post planleil on the weet
sideof Columbia rirer and oue and a half milei
west of Columbia river and oue mile north of
Home Creek, and marked " K. A. Bradley'i H. Ii,
corner post,'' running north 80 chains, thence wait
80 chains, thence souih 80 chains, thence eut K
chains tu point of commencement.
tf. ('ummenciag at a post planted on the west
side of Columbia rirer and two and a half milei
west of Columbia river and one Imlf Mile north of
Home Creek, and marked "E. A. Bradley's B. B.
corner pott," running north 80 chains, thence west
80chains, tlience aouth lOchains, tbence eut 10
cliains u> point uf commencement.
Dated tbis-Vth day of August, 1907.
10. Commencing at a posl planted on the north
aide of Home Creek and one mile fron ita mouth,
and marked "K, A- Bradley'a 1 B, comer post,'
runniiiR north S'l chains, thence west lo chains,
Ihence souths chains, thence eut 10 chains to
point of commencement.
II, com m em* mg at a post planted on tbe north
side of Hume Creek and one mile from Its mouth,
nnd marked K- A Bradley's N. ti corner post,
running B'lUtliPO ohains, thenee weat 10 rhauii
thence north SOchains, tbence eaat £0 chaini to
point of cummencement.
Yi. Commencing at a post planted on the north
tide of H-Hir Creok ami two miles from ite mouth,
and markeil "B. A, Br-adlev'e H. K. comer poet,"
running *eil 10 chains, thence north tu chains,
thence weit III chaini, thence north 40 chains,
thence cant ftj rhaim, thence south to chains,
theme eut DO chains, thence aouth fo chaina
Ui point of commencemeni.
Dated this 30th day nf August, 1907.
1,1 f'oiuiiionciiiK al a post iilanled on the
wost Hide uf Columbia river and one mile weet
of Columhia river and oue mile south of Horno
Creek, and marked " K. A. Bradley's N. B.
corner poet," running eouth HO ohaina, thence
west B0 chalna, Uience north ao chaius, thence
out 91 chains to poinl of oommenoement
Dated this 3K day of August. 11)07.
Robert Ayre Blackmore, Agent
Cariboo Land Dislrict.
Districl uf Cariboo.
Take notice lhat Donald Mcintosh of
Revelsloke, 1). C, prospcclor, intends to
apply for permission lo purchase Iht fob
lowing described land I
Commencing nl u pusl planted aboul j)
miles above Hlue River, marked "D, Mclnlosh's S. E. eurner," Ihence north no
chains, tlience west 40 chains, Ihence
south no chains, thence eosl 40 cliains lo
point of commencement, conlaining 480
acres more or less,
Dated July Jut, 1907.
wed aug a. D, McINTOSH,
I.llloue. Ut.il l.li.rl.ft,
District ol lillooet.
Take    notice   ths.    Andrew   K.......   ol
Kevelitoko, H. .'., occupation Miner, Intends
to apply lor t ipoolal Umber llcinae over lhe
lollowlng deacribed lands:
1. Commeueiug al a poil >.lamed aboul lwo
mllea nor.h ol .su.uk)- llm.se creek near Ue
■torn,-v.,-ai corner ol T. I,, lia. end marked
"Andrew Kluon'a N. K. corner," ihence run.
..Ing south IU ..haina, Ihenee weal m ehalna,
tbeuce uorlh SO chains, Ibeuce eaal 80 clialna
to point ..I commencement and containing &40
acre, ...ore or lea ,
i. Commencing at a poat planled about two
mllei north ol the mou.h ol ......,kj- Houae
creek, near the north-weat corner of T. L. 1116
•nd marked "Andrew Kilson's S. K, corner,"
thence running norlh 10 ehalus, thenee weal
so chains, thenre smith 10 rhalna, tbence eu.
BU ohaini 10 imiili of commencement and containing Mu acrei more or leaa.
Dated Jul). Ith, IW.
wed tug 14 ANDHIW KITSOH,
Corporation  of the City of
The City Counoil requires the services of a Tower House Superintendent to take charge ol the Hydro-
Electric Plsnt. The plsnt will shortly
be augmented by the sddilion ol a
dynamo (or ths supply ol Power, and
•n auxiliary gss producer plsnt.
Salary $126 per month. Applications,
stating eiperienoe and oooonipanied
by references, to reach the undersigned by Friday, Sept. 10th, 1907.
Oity Clerk.
Revelstoke, B. C, Sept. 5th, HOT. Arrival of New Fall Goods
£oy$ School
"^ Business Locals
£adies and
Misses Coats
Don't buy your New Fall Coat without
first looking over the lines we are showing.
ladies'and Misses
Qolf glouses
These are new  and  direct  from  the
makers.   Just right for this weather.
Qoys Knick Pants
Good Hard Weaves -just the thing for
school pants.
We will guarantee our Hoys' Special
School Shoe. Try a pair of these for your
Boys—we know they will give good satisfaction.
Men's Suits
Mens and S°ys Sweaters
Wc have put in stock the largest and
best assorted stock both in steles and prices
ever offered by us in the above lines.
I    W HY?
5  Von should leave your
ty scription with us *P
9     BECAUSE     9
ty We use the Purest of Drugs ty
,*, and Chemicals
7 Every Prescription isohecked
ty        ' before it goes out
Our pi-ices ace reasonable and -fl
*. we will deliver yuur prescrlp- A
W lion if vou wish it. J
| Canada Drug & Book Co. }
Saturday, Sept. 14, for 21 hours.—
Unsettled, raiu, cloudy, with brighter
outlook. Temp: Max. 511 degrees,
Min 43 degrees.
Local and General.
Onlvn glance at our slock
of Groceries will oncourage
you to try theni.
A trial will convince vou
thoy are the purest and best
on the market. Try om-
I Hobson & Bell;
Grocers, Bakers it Confectioners
To liny it House.
To Rent a House,
To Buy Nice Building Lots
close in.
Splendid Fruit
Miss McLennan has returned from
a visit to the Coast.
Mrs. G, J. Teller, ol vanoouver, u
viiiting Mrs. J. T. Teller.
E. A. Haggen bos returned from a
business visit to tbe south.
Frank McGowan, of tbe Motions
Bank Halt*, has been transferred to
Chief of Police T. Mi. Bain left for
Kamloops on Wednesday night with a
"vag" committed lor a term in the
A fitting of the Supreme Court
civil and criminal cases, will be held
in the Court House on Tuesday, Oct.
Tl.e Revelstoke Amateur Dramatic
Dlub have arranged to produce another Hact comedy the latter end ol
thii month.
The list issue ol the B. C. Gazette
snnnunct-s the appointment o! Rail
Waugren Bruho, ot Malakwa, as
justice ol the peace.
Don't iorget to come to the Y. M.
C. A. social, afternoon and evening,
Tuesday, Sept. 17th. Special attrac-
t. :.- and amusements.
Chas. Taylor, representing English
capital, who wai recently in Revelstoke looking over copper properties
in the iouth. has lelt for Scotland.
LOST—Between rsce track and
C.P.R. depot on Thursday, Sept. Uth,
a gold bead necklace. Finder will be
rewarded on leaving same at Mail-
Hkkai.d office.
The V. M. C. A. Ladies' Auxiliary
will have much pleaiure in using lor
tbe first lime on Tuesday, Sept. 17th,
the dishes presented to theni l.y C.
B, Hume A Co.
A r ysl proclamation has la-en
issue.) by which New Zealand is advanced from lbs position ol a colony
an.', will hen-alter be known as the
Dominion ..I New Zealand, sharing
wiih Canada tbll coveted title.
The See ol Koine has itiued a decree
that alter next Easter marriages in
Protestant churches or in registry
offices will tw lor Catholics sinful
ond invalid and persons contracting
them have merely gone through an
empty ceremony.
I - = —'
'/ The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church will hold a "social tea" on
Thursday next, ..fternoou and evening,
at thc home of Mrs Walter Bews,
Second Btreet. A cordial invitation is
extended to all to drop in and have a
hot cup of tea and chut with friends
present.   Silver collection.
Rev. G, A. Wilson, superintendent
of Missions in B. C, passed through
the city last evening on his return to
Vancouver, after viBiting the Presbyteries ol Kamloops and Kootenay. He
was able to pay a short visit to his old
Iriends Mr. and Mrs. Thos. LewiB.
Rev. Dr. Johnson anu wne, irom
Montreal, passed through Revelstoke
on Tuesday of this week and mode o
brief call on Rev. and Mrs. J. R.
Robertson. Dr. JohnBon has been
visiting in Alberta and British Columbin in the interests of Home
Mission work, His congregation in
Montreal is supporting the Mission
fields in tbe Presbytery of Edmonton.
The Ladies' Auxiliary ol the Y. M.
C. A. have arranged a basket ball and
bowling niatcb'on the evening of Sept
17th. The Independent Band will
contribute thc n.UBic for the entertainment. Fish pond, candy, booth,
ice crcimi and cotl'ee and other refreshments will be for sale during the
afternoon. All come. You are welcome.
Tbe revenue ol Canada from customs collections continues to swell,
For tbe lirst five months ol the present fiscal year the Canadian customs
revenue amounted to $26,209,097,
which is *}5,872,U6f) greater tliuii the
previous revenue for tlie same period
the year before. During the month -fi
August customs collections (amounted
to 15,043,402, au increased if 1,1127.451.
On  Sunday  at  5.16  p.m., in the
Opera House, Evangelist Romig will
deliver an address on "Going on to
Perfection.*' In tl.e evening at 8
o'clock he will deliver a farewell ad
dress, bis subject at that time will be
"Christian Fidelity.' This will be the
last opportunity the | eople will have
to hear this strong preacher.    Specia
To Buy
Kint-id & Anderson
Real Estate and Insuranco Agts.
Nothing bettor »■:.-■ Our 'Special
Savoyour money and come to   ihe
Ideal oi.5i.ing.
Uipe tomatoes, celerv, c.fl.b.i; •,
oaulill .we s and oiiuu uburs toJ-iy—
C. II llunie tt Co.
Mutlresse', pillows nnd bed cor...
flirts, ill C. H. Humo ,1- C.'s
Neatly tailored, Prince chap Buit ul
..|..e stripe, herring-btiuu serge.—Oress-
... m .4 Morrison
Patronize Home Industry. Smoke!
Revolstoke Cigars.
The greatest bargains ever known
in Rcvelstuke at the Ideal,
A (Ine selection .ol rugs nnd emnl'i
carpet equities, ut C, II. llunie A Co's.
Revelstoke Cigars Union Mnde Our
Special, Tho Union, and Maroa Vuelta
are ahead of all others.
Novelty cutaway suit in nianisli
effeot, Irom (lork blue and green striped
mule:itti Ior Indies. — Cressinau A
Only a few more days until Millard
will open the Ideal Cosh Kiiniture
store.—Every orticle ill stock to be
Call ..nd see our display of English
dinner sets, all different patterns, ut
C. B. Huinctt Co's.
.See Howson's furniture store fur
carpets and Linoleums, a beautilul
Loose leal pocket memo books, also
large sizes, any ruling you want, sold
ul the Canada Drug Slore.
A Snap—A new piannnt Howson's
furniture sture, call and see it—Biggest
bargain yet.
Hygeujc felt mattress puds are moth
unci vermin piuof, just the tiling to
stive your mattress— 0. B Hume
tt Co.
Cr. nniB and lotions for chapped
hands and face, we have opened a new
shipment and you can get any kind
you want at the Canada  Drug  Store
Freestone peaches in lirst-olass condition lor preserving, arriving daily at
C, B, Hume A Cu's.   .
Lfldiea' Utility Ruin Coat, strap
trimming to eive new mandarin sleeve
effect. Plaited sleeve with cull', in
culors, Castor, Covert and Slate—
Crcssnian it Morrison,
Just received, a larcc assortment ol
cut glass vases and bowls, at C. B.
Hume tt Co's.
You con get all the English papers,
such as Lloyds, News ol the World,
People, Tit Bits, etc., at tlie Canadu
Drug A Book Store.
IIKI.DI.NGS   i-ill.!CS  AM-  Till!   llliST
I   f     i
fi .'.-'"* •* 1 Ull
in i m m
Social and Personal
Mslrnse returned
extended tour oi
SI.   .J    \.r«    .1
this week from' au
tlie east.'
Mr. and Mrs. I). Kennedy, of Soult
St. Marie, Mich., are visiting their
grandchildren and E. C. Fromey, ol
this city. Mrs. Kennedy is the mother
ol thc late Mrs. Fromey.
Mrs, II. A. Drcony, ol Toronto, arrived in the city last evening, and is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A, Johnson.
MrB. 1). Orr, of Camborne, lelt lor
I''...gland yesterday, on n visit her
I have just returned from the Coast
where I purchased a complete stock ol
ladies wear, fancy dry goods and
millinery, and shall lie pleased to meet
my customers in my new store on
First street, opposite lhe Climax hotel.
Catholic—Hev.  Father K. Pecoul,
0. M.i., pastor.   Services every Sun.lay
at the lollowing hours:    B....... C immune.n Moss;  10 30 ...... High ...ass
...ul Sermon; 1 p.m. Baptisms - 3 ■
p.m. m.i..lay Sclio. 7 m" :- m ... ssrj
Instruction and li, nediotion,
Met.i.must—i'ia*- meeting at 10:30
sharp. Publio service at 11 a. ...
Sunday school and Bi le C ass it 2 30
p. in. Evening service * 7 30, Mori,
ing subject ! I■, -
of a True Christian Church, Eve...
ing -■ rvios at 7:30, Subjecl - Y, r
Abraham'i  Sake,  or ll
Principle  ...    Hu      Lil.        I .,.■
Epworth League •       set on H nd ij
evening at  8 o'l i    -       -
should be well stte id alti    tbe tore.
mouths' susp.: -        [work,   Every
illustrations will be given at ihe "close 11''*'*-'"'  not   itb in    othor i
of the evening address.
The jury, tilting on the Quebec
bridge disaster, give the following
verdict yesterday. "That the deceased died Imm wounds uml nervoui
Oi me to tl
io Vol. c'.irlyle  Sm.uo
.j Vol. Ruskln  i,S.'»'
io Vol, Hugo  n.oo
;,   Vol, Macaulay's Esaays. j.,io
-,  Vol, Macaulay's Essays 7,00
(Hill Sheep)
8  Vol. Ceo. Elliott  17.00
[Bill simp]
Druegist and Stationer.
Nexl Hume Week.
shock caused by tbe fall ol the Quebec
bridge, but we beliefe it ..nr duty t.
declare that taking into consideration
the evidence heard during lhe inquest
all the necessary precautions were
taken lor tho construction ol lhs
bridge without danger." The verdict
applies tn all the victims ..( the disaster.
We regret to announce Ilic sad
intelligence ol lhe death ..I Miss Lizzie
] Armstrong, whicli occurred on Thurs
day, Sept. 12, at Jarvis, Ontario, where
1 sl.e l.as been visiting at l.er old home
lor the past month. The deceased,
! who was the sister ol J. If. Armstrong
C, P. ll Irsln dispatcher of Revelstoke,
I hud been ill only a short while, suffer-
j ing fro... 111. attack of diphtheria, and
the end was very sudden. The deceased was 22 years nf age and had
licen a resident ul this city for over
four years, living with her brother
here and creating a lar-.-.. circle of
friends and endearing herself to all
who knew her, by her loveable and
generous nature. The late Miss
Armstrong wis a staunch member ol
the local Temple ol the Pythian
Sisters, who, with others, will mourn
her loss.
We are showing thu latest style in
Beaver,    Plush,   Black   Pony   Back,
Brown    Belgian   Puny,   Brown  and
Black Crushed Plush, for Indies short I address,
costs.—Cressman A Morrison. services.
kins I'.itsif, f, ff. in— i  .1  i: .hert-
s...., li Ij., .........er    1 lie usual tsr
vices at II a.in. 11 il i 30 p 111  - inday
ichool at 1 BO i>...    Morning tubjeel
A  ' Ireal P ■-.       Even ng  tub eci
"A Hook l,..«t and   Foul I -    - lia
music Opening snthen "Oui
Father," OtTertary anthem l..;.
Will be !)'....." o.gan selection from
Fantalse,—Ch ipin, Bsnedloti m an
them: "How Down Till .c E 1 A
cordial welcome 11 given to all anfl
strangers specially inviied
Si. I'i rut'- A-..,1,1, is—Hev. C, A
Proeunier reotor r.-....iy x \ 1
Holy nommunin.. at. 8 a ... , Matins
fi...! Litany at 11 a. m.; and svem ing
7 30 p in.   Sunday school, 130 p m
Sl. AnDRIIW's I'liKsliYI'i-fiti l.i—Hev
VV. U. Calder, pastor, Sunday, 8epi 16
Services 11 n.ni, 7:1111 p.m., Sunday
School and Pastor's Bible  Class, 2,30
p.m'    Morning subject: "A Compri
I...naive   Commandment."     Evening
subject;   " A   Complete   Surrender '
Vnung Peoples meeting, Monday 8p.m
Prayer   meeting,   Wednesday   8 pm,
Choir practice and T.-acl.ers' meeting,
Friday H p.m.
ISA mar—Preaching service at II
a.m., Sunday school at 2.80 p.m , in
the Mission Hall, First  street      The
pastor, Itev. W. P, Freeman, 11. a ,
will preach in thn morning, Tl.e
evening service will be held in the
Opera House at M o'clock, when Evan-
gollst llomig will deliver his Inrew.ill
Everybody welcome to these
I . Qri it- -' Scenic Play on
See   tlu   -".i  tool   Passenger
;■        ' the rate 60 miles
PRICES, 35c. 50c, 75c
Reserved  eat Tii kets on Ss
. .nods In.iv .v Book C.
We would be glad lo have you come and see our dis-
I play of Coats for the young people,    We have ?ll sizes from
'-     ),,A   the smallest infant's coat up, iii all the pretty cloths,  in the
New Fall Shades, and  neatly trimmed.    Buy them early
while thc selection is good and sizes unbroken and get the
good of them for the whole season.
We have thc largest selection in town, all the late Fall
Styles, Gibson shoulders and pretty trimmings in velvets,
braids and buttons. We can suit your taste and also your purse. They are good and
comfortable weights that will keep the cold wind out.
We have just opened a lot of Pretty Novelties for making up for Xmas Presents
in Photo Frames, Sponge Bags, Tie Holders, Hat Pin Holders, Key and Button Hood
Racks, etc. They come prettily tinted on Colored Linens, and each one has the necessary
Card Board Wood Shape to make up the frame, etc. The prices are very low, from 25c.
and up.
Our Dressmaking Rooms will be open on Monday.
Marriage Licenses Issued
W A N T E I)
In order to secure one of ouv
In the centre of lhe Southern-
mnsi niul Warmest valley lu
B.C., West Knoteuay, for
$1(1 down   and $10 per
.....nlli for 111 acres.
Ti. pay fill j..in exp -iist-s iuul refund
If our lond nnd whole proposition
is not exactly i.s we represent it.
Ynu can make from $400 to $700
per acre annually growing fruits
aud market gardening. Every tract
is either level or gently si..pin-..
The soil is I....in «ilb clny subsoil.
Free from r.-.-k. Ample rainfall.
Fine healthy climate. Cool in summer. Zero weather in whiter practically unknown. No curly or Into
1.0*1 danger. Plenty ..I limber nn
.-...-I. l.i..-I I'm- 1.nil.II..|.s, i..i.ees.-inil
fuel. Each tracl fronts on a road,
and .-very tracl will.in huif-mllo nf
....tin line of U.K.    Title is perfect,
Hm nun one liilll ol* lile gOO.l   lllllll
in il... whole Kooteuay ..ud make
these terms sn lhat you will ho able
I.. ..se your surplus fluids Improving
your land. We refer lo Ihr f the
strongest Hunks In Canada,  Write
quick for maps, etc, and testimonials of settlers al Flint ville.
Nultio... B. C,
It will damage your general
health aa well as ruin your eyeB.
You can procure lhe very., best
glasses at Hastings, Doyle A Alliim,
Ltd , lhc opticians, and what is of
equal importance, the glasses wo
furnish will he made to suit yuur
partioular case—uu guess wurk.
Bring Your Purse
to our Store if you wanl to purchase
n New Carpet, Fine Orient..! or Wilton rug, matting or linoleum and see
huw much further Its contents will
lake ynu in purchasing than it will ot
uny othei store In the city. Onr
Spring styles ore ready for your
Incorporated by Act cf Pnrliainoiit, 1855.
Wm. MoMON Mac.'iiki.son, Pres. S. H. Ewinu, Vice-Pres.
Jamkh Elliot, Oenernl Manager.
Capiat paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two branches in Canada ond Agencies in all ports of lhe
Interest credited four limes a year at current rates nn Savings
liank deposits, until fui thee notice.
W. II. PRATT, Manager,
Mis. \   >l
Climax II
.   tpprenli. • - t-
in i Millinery.
I-* ■ .. Btreet,
li ply
Opi ns te
i nood
fidlt SALE  H v.-, ,| ,,.
'    logging I.... es, -iiliable b r .my
kind--I teaming.   Apply to Kich.mid
Davis, i;- -    -   e --.it'...ill Co,, Lid,
miii Ki-Ai      Furnished ...    unfur
I    i,  I .-. ...m.i .he Ba stern
Sent iphm     -'.P. ll.   Apply ... .1.
Iiniii.- al ti ■■ .-. -■■ residence,
W INTED  i.ul   wants work   by
the da)    Housework   p el ...
P.   0.   llnx    UK,    Itevel
1: .
In the matter nf an application for the
. in of.. duplicate of tho certificate
of tills for Lot 12. Iilnek IK, in ll.e
town nf Kevelstoke,
NOTICE is hereby glvon Ihal It Is
mv i nt .ni i i..n In issue ..I the ex pi ...I inn
-.I one ......I b from tin- lirst publication
hereof, .. duplicate of the cottlllciitc of
title foi thc fib..v.- Inl in Ilu. niun.■ of
- ...-.I Ballngnard, which cortlllcite is
dated tl.,- Nth day ol January HSU,
and numbered 1030k. ..ml W'llk.
WELL EDI i ATED capable lad)
requires position  as   mnthrrs
Und ftnglslrj Olilco,
Oth Septoinbc.  HW,
II. I'.
Dial l i
Import direct from Country ol origin.
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' P.   BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. 5
HBADOKIfiaiOl Oamiary, Ai.iikiit*. i
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants f
Port Pockets and Doalor
Towns... Allrertii, Drlilah
a  "im er or" llmu, and Bacon, an.1 shamrock llr-uul, Lett Lard.
Lin. Blook,  Markets In all tho frlnrlpal  Cities ami    a
ami.!;, an.1 ll.o Yukon.  Packers of tho Colul.rate.1 Braml    i
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Nelson, II. I*.
Mm Lr.i.i.,
I   Itcglstl'lll'i
lp, .1 .-i-il companion orhousekeepe.
mid bent h,   Apply Mail IIkkali..
-\\T|.;i. I',,,iiii.bie proposition
pen fnr reliable man lefluslnt
I among frull growers and will
it bill ty us salesman, I'ull or part time.
State sgn, pxporlnnre nod rpferenres,
Ltd,, Brown's Nurseries, o..i.
'i   youiiK man as a purler In Ilolel
or any kind of work,  Mil. (I. Mann,
Itevclstuke Poll Olllcu,
Restaurant ami b'urnlshetl Rooms
Meals iron. 25,;. tip,
Seoond Street, • East End
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K..r Agricultural [mplemeDU, OirrtsgeSi Wi.k....s KtcKJulm
Dears Ploughs, II..lino WsgeDl. ('.u.e.la Csrrlsgs r.iuiiuii.y's
HiikkIos, Pl.ii.nl Jr, Uartlou 8oo.li.rs ami Cultivators, WbeoL
Wright Bod Dlstlkuttth Wurk ultondod .... Horso Shoeing a
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W/ANTKD  A gentleman nf g I
W filtlllly and will. Uuiveisity
qunlllbnitons desires pupils fnr the
.villi...- sessinn, Modern languages,
music,   Knglisl.   ami   mathematics
III.ight      Fees    IIK.llct.it...     Highest
references uud testiuiuuiaU.
ANTED -Third or Fourth Class
Engineer,    Apply   in   John
Kliinaiiiian, Salmon Ann, H. (!.
Wages SHU per month.  Applv
ltonui   diil,
i.  A
Hotel (r.aud, Nakusp, fi, C.    kip ) lu.


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