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Array ine iviaii-iieraia
MAR 30190/
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Vol. 13.-No 24
REVELSTOKE. B. C. MARCH 27 1907
$2.50 Per Year
Wash
Dresses
Special Sale of Ladies' and
Misses' Wash Dresses. Get
yours belore they are picked
over.
Lovely Print nnd Zephyr
Dresses, some in the " Peter
Pan," others in the conventional' shirtwaists, nicely
trimmed; some tucked and
shirred, others pleated nnd
piped with colored piping.
They lit better than anything we have yet shown
nnd the workmanship on
thorn is simply line. They
are priced at
$4.90
WHITE LAWNS
Beautilul While Creations in Lawn—Egyptian and Persian
Lawns and Orgnndies. Some are almost artistic in design.
Ladies we have shown them to pronounce them the best showing
ever seen in the west. This is to be the great white year. See
that you get yours.   The price is only
$5.00
MEN'S  SHIRTS
1907 Colorings and Styles in pretty patterns, Percales,
Zephyrs, Mas tins, etc. The styles in the Negligees were never
finer. They come in checks and stripes and some plain Cham-
bray grounds,   We have a fine selection at
$1.50
New Madras Mastin Shirls—Tussor Silk Shirts. This
season brought out some entirely new things. We have a nice
selection ol them to show you.  Come in and look at them
$2.00
MILLINERY   OPENING   TUESDAY,   MAROH   26
CB. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelitoke.
E. J. BOURNE,    '
Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
FINE LETTER
PAPERS
Papers that please everyone who
appreciate stationery of FIHE
QUALITY.nd REFINED APPEARANCE
—made by the leading manufacturers,
JUIT AT PRESENT WI ARE
making a specialty of a box of fine
Holland Linen Paper and envelopes
—each sheet lithographed Revelstoke,
REGULAR NICE SO*.
NOW 400. A NX.
Try a box, il will please you.
D. Nairn
Red Crest Drug Store
NICOLA LINE
NOW OPEN
Regular Traffic Will Run Next
Week.
Vancouver, March 26.—The ollicial
annnun-ement haa heen made by the
Cl' 11. yesterday of the opening of the
Spence's bridge, Nicola branch, for
regular traffic next Monday, The
schedule as drawn up provides for
tliree trains weekly each way, leaving
Spence's bridge at 8 a.m. on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays, and arriving at Nicola at 11 a.m. The return
trips will be made the same days,
leaving Nicola at S p.m. and reaching
Spence's bridge at 6 p.m, With the
present schedule on the main line the
branch line schedule will entail waita
at Spence's bridge going both directions.
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Besides offering Bargains in China and other useful articles j ■.
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NEW COOKING APPARATUS
" The Kookizer
Cooks your Breaklast while you sleep.
Cooks your whole dinner while you play with baby.
Call and let us explain to you all about the Kookiier,
SNOWSHOES
Made especially for  British  Columbia.
Strong and Durable.
Wide Web
I LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
i t Dealers in Hardware, Btovei and Tinware, Mine.n', Lumbermen's
and Sawmill Supplies, etc., Plumbing and Tintmlthing.
THE LATEST     ANNUAL MEETING
TELEGRAMS
Provincial Appointments-Hon.
Borden Succeeds Strathcona
—Provincial University —
—Oriental Exclusion.
Victoria, March 27,—W, J. Manson
was elected by acclamation in Dewdney to-day, to fill the Beat lelt vacant
by tbe resignation of Premier Mcuride
who decided to sit Ior Victoria.
Harry Wright has been appointed
government agent at Nelson. He
returna to Nelson at the end ol the
week.
Ottawa, March 27 —It oan be now
stated on the very best ai.'hority that
Sir Frederick Borden, minister of
militia and defence, will in the very
near luture, succeed Lord Strathcona
as Canadian High Commissioner in
London. It ihould lie added, In w-
ever, that a 1 this is conditional
Victoria, March 27— A bill to aid
the University of B. C. by a grunt ol
land, waB presented yesterdny to the
legislature by special message and
read (or the first time.
Victoria, March 27—Form.1 notice
was given to the House by Mr. W. J.
Bowser yesterday of his intention to
ask leave to introduce on Tuesday an
act which will aim at the exclusion ol
the cheap loreign labor for the Grand
Trunk Pacilic, including Mr. Ooto and
hfa fifty thousand Japanese. This will
be done by applying the educational
test as in the Natal Act.
London, March 27,—The laird
Chancellor in the House ol Lords last
night said it was written in the pages
ol destiny that home rule Ior Ireland
must come. He, however, would not
recognize home rule in the independent lorm ol parliament.
London, March 27.—Strong opposition will probably he offered to a
renewal ol the Hong Kong-Liverpool
mail contract which involves subsidizing a Canadian steamship line to
the extent ol'445,000. It is alleged
that the Suez canal route is much
quicker.
FIELD.
From our own correspondent.
A big slide occurred on tl.e hill just
above the third switch, on Saturday
morning, which kept 97 at Laggan f:r
eight hours It was found necessary
to bring the rotary snow plow over
from Rogers Pass belore an opening
could be made. Th»y sny it is the
biggest lide that has taken place on
tne hill lor .even years.
Mrs. J. D. Carlin'ssister, Mre.To.vey
and her boy Kayn.ond, have come
Irom their home in Minneapolis to
spend the summer with Mr and Mrs.
Carlin.
Our teacher, Miss Field, had tbe
misfortune to get a little husk of corn
caught in her throat, which made it
necessary lor her to go first to Dr.
Taylor, ol Golden and then to Dr,
Blow, a throat specialist in Calgary,
We are glad to see her back with the
cause ol the trouble removed. Mrs.
M. A. McMillan accompanied her to
Calgary.
Dr. Elmore Harris and his wife, ol
Toronto, .pent last Friday at the
Mount Stephen House. They visited
Mr. and Mrs. Miller at the Manse,
during the day. Dr. Harris, who is a
member of the Massy Harris firm, was
for some years pastor of Walmer Road
Baptist church and is now president
of the Canadian Bible training Institute in Toronto.
Mr, Wm. Lynen has returned from
his timber hunting expedition and ii
looking none the worse lor his outing.
MILLINERY OPENING
Messrs. C. B. Hume & Co's.
Spring Fashions a Marvel
of Dainty Novelties.
C, B. Hume k Co, held their spring
millinery opening yesterday morning,
afternoon and evening, and the entire
staff were busy all day in attending to
the wants of the continual stream ol
customers that filed through the building. New and charming models are
shown and the latest styles are decidedly becoming to our Revelitoke lair
set. A lull description ol the opening
will be given in our Saturday's isiue,
Easter cards and Easter noveltiei at
Bews' Drug Store,
Fruit-Growers' Association hold
Annual Meeting—Decide to
hold Exhibition and Fair-
Officers Elected.
The annual meeting of the Fruit-
Growers' Association ol Revelstoke
was held in the City Hall nn Saturday.
As the president, Willis Armstrong,
had to leave before the business was
gone into, E. A. Haggen acted as
chairman. Several new members were
enrolled.
The secretary, H. E. R, Smythe,
read the minutes and balance sheet,
which were adopted,
The following were elected ollicers
lor the ensuing year:
President—Willis Armstrong.
Vioe Presidont—H. F. Hay.
S .ret a ry ■ Treasurer — H. E. R.
Smythe.
Directo.s—B, A. Lawson and W. J,
Law.
It waB resolve! to endorse the resolution ot the Kamloops Fruit-Growers'
Association, asking the government to
establish a fumigation station at
Revelstoke for fumigation of all imported trees for distribution in the
interior and that a competent official
be placed in charge.
It appears from tl.e schedule ol
meeting of the B. C. Fruit-Growers'
that Revelstoke has been omitted
from the list of points at which meetings were to be held, and it was decided to ask the Association to include
Revelstoke in the list.
The meeting decided on holding
monthly meetings (on the second
Monday in each month) at which the
members should read papers and die-
cuss various matters affecting the development of fruit culture in Revelsloke.
The secretary will read the first paper
at next meeting on "spraying fruit-
trees," and at the following meeting
E. A. Haggen will give an address on
the development tf fruit-growing in
interior Britiih Columbia.
A long and interesting discussion
took place on pruning and otlur
matters, Vice-president Hay stating
he was satisfied the methods recommended hitherto-would not apply to
Revelstoke, and he advocated ptuuiug
treeB to high standards, the lowest
branch at least three Ieet above the
ground. It appeared fruit trees which
had been pruned lo.v had sustained
great damage throughout lhe district
this seiison because of the deep snow
breaking down the branches, whereas
the high standards or those which
were lied up had not suffered. Several
members endoriid Mr Hay's views.
It was decided In hold an exhibition
and tail* in September and a committee was appointed to arrange the programme and prize list, and make the
necessary arrangements. The exhi
bition will be in the nature ol a fair
at which not only fruit and vegetables
will be exhibited, but flowers, ladies
ncidlo and lancy work, products of
local industries, etc, and the committee intend to spare no effort to
make this tl.e nucleus ol an annual
fair, which will add to the atti actions
of KevelBtoko and advertise the fruitgrowing aud agricultural resources of
the district.
ln tl.e discussion on (ruit-growing
il was stated one of the most profitable
crops that could be grown here is the
black raspberry which brings $4,80 a
crate, does well and is a prolific
bearer.
A SECOND ULTIMATUM .
May be Given Operators by
the Coal Miners.
Calgary, Alta., March 26.—The
miners and operators met again yesterday alternoon in secret session, but
remained only a very Bhort time when
the miners asked (or an adjournment
till 9 this morning. Everybody refuses
to talk but all admit they are no Iur
ther ahead and somo hint ol trouble
again. So (ar only one clause nl the
general agreement has been agreed to.
The feeling is that today will bring
some fresh developments and one operator said he would not be surprised
if another ultimatum were presented
this morning. A committee ol four
Irom each ride will go orer the general
agreement again. This is the second
time they have done so. Interesting
developments are looked lor.
Buchakkbt, lloumania, March 27,
.Four thousand peasants from the
districts of Telorman and St. Laihioa,
have joined forces and are now marching on Bucharest, A minor state ot
siege has been proclaimed here,
SHOOTING
AFFRAY
Italian Murderer at Bay near
Kootenay Landing
Nelson, March 26.—No further
word has so far come to the city
from the seat of war near Kootenay
Lnnding, where yesterday Chief
Bullock-Webster, with two constables, and a few other citizens
were striving to arrest an Italian
who had shot his comrade,
Mesurn. Webster and Young left
Nelson yesterday morning for
Kootenay Lnnding, and it was
surmised that a crime had been
committed. No information came
until the arrival of the Crow boat
last night, and then many conflicting stories were told by the passengers.
Such information sifted out nnd
condensed amounted to this : Two
Italians had been shacking together.
One shot the other with a rifle, got all
the ammunition he could, took up a
position at tho window ol a lone
shack on a bare bluff, resisted arrest
and threatened to kill constable Joe
Wi1b.hi il he approached his stronghold. Wilson thereupon wited Cbiel
Bulleck-Webster.
The Italian who was shot wai found
in his cabin and waB taken to Cranbrook hospital. At last reports he
was still living.
HEAD-ON
COLLISION
Two Men Killed   and   Two
Seriously Injured.
Toronto, March 26.—A head-on
collision this morning about 10:30 on
tl.e C.P.R., about two milea east ol
Myrtle, caused the death ol two men
and seriously injured two others. The
dead men are fireman C. Jones and
H. Howe, brakeman. Their bodies
were taken from the wreck about two
bo-rsolter the collision. Engineer
Binm and brakeman C. Heise were
seriously injured and engineer Kib
was slightly injured. Eighteen cars
were thrown off the track, live of them
being completely demolished,
WANT INSPECTION HERE
Kootenay Fruit-Growers' Association Asksfor Establishment
in Nelson of Fumigating
Station.
An important step in the progress
ol the fruit-growing industry in Koote
nay has been tesolved upon by the
d rectors ol the Kooteuay Fruit Growers' Association. They asklorili"*
immediate establishment of a Iruit
inspection and fumigation station at
Nelson.
The Kamloops fruit growerB have
askeil for such a station at Revelstoke.
At present tl.e only one is at Vancouver, an unfortunate arrangement since
nearly all the nursery stock comes
fronl the east or southeast, and has to
go through the town to which it is.
consigned and then back (rom Vancouver, frequently involving the delay
ol a fortnight. All tl.e interior Iruit
growers are agreed that such a station
should lie established at some interior
point.
RevelBtoke is generally considered tobe inevery way admirable point
for this purpose, being central lor
West and East Kootenay, Lardeau,
Kaslo, Arrow Lakes and Columbia
River. Resides, its communication by rail and steamer are so
complete that detention ol fruit
and stock here would cause no
delay beyond the time actually
required for inspection.
WTNA DIRECT ANSWER
Trainmen of Western Roads
Put Question Plainly to
Managers.
Chioaoo, Maroh 26.—Arbitration ol
the differences between the railroads
and the trainmen on tho western roads
won't be accepted by the men, and
they are strengthened in their position
by the almost unanimous vote of the
rank and file. The loaders ol the
trainmen's organisations will put the
question squarely to tho railroad
managers. A.further increase must be
granted or there will be a strike. Fifty
thousand employees and lorty railway
systems are directly affected.
BROS-
s, Ashcrolt Potatoes
Bran, Shorts, Chop
ire, Harness, etc.
Kootenay Range.
BIROS. A
BOTTBJN'IE
Quaker Brand Canned Good
and Vegetables, Wheat,   Barley,
Feed, Crockery, Glassware, Hardwi
Agents for the Celebrated
tBOUBlTE
s
Are now prepared to fill all orders
promptly for Hard Coal and Dry Fir
Wood.
The new manufactured coal, known as
" Briquettes," is ready for delivery.
This coal fills the place of both Soft and
Hard ; it is quick and easy to light; gives a
fine, red-hot fire in a few minutes and lasts
longer than Hard Coal.
Suitable tor Cook Stoves, Heaters and
Furnaces.
The Revelstoke fuel id Supply do.
Offices :—Molsons Bank Building.
DEALERS   IN
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
AGENT  FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Off ice  Toronto, Ontario.
Rranclieu in .ti. Provlnc ot Manitoba. Alberta. Saskatchewan,
British Colnmbla, Ontario, Qnebw.
Capital Paid Up ....   14,700,000.00
Reserve Fund ....       M,7oo,ooo.oo
D, R. Wilkie, President; Hon. R. Jaffkay, Vice-President,
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sol.l available io ..11 parts of Canada, United States and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections. ,
Savings Department
Deposits received and Interest allowed nt current rate from date
of opening account, ...id compounded four times.. year.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C.—A. E. Phipps, Manager.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
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HEAD 0MC1C: C.uiaky, AiMMA.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merehante
Pork Pfirk.is and Dealer   In Lire Slock.  Market. In ill thi principal Utttea and
Tones ol Alberta. Britiih ... nimbi, and the Yukon. Packers tt th. Mtbrattal Brand
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REVELSTOKE. aC,
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public interest.  Communications to Mi;
iivv^  ,.   .    name ol
.rritoTnot nVessar-'i'r io publication, bul
ae evidence of good laitb. Correspondence
ihould be brief.
tor must be accompanied by
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ADVERTISING KATES.
Legal noticca 10 cents per line Hrst insertion,
5cm .Per line eaoh mblMiient Insertion
Uc^uremVnt. Nnnpnriel III lines make one
"chi Store and general business announcement. KD per inch per month.
Preferred pe. I on.. M per cent, ad-
lilii.l Il.rlhs. Marriages and DwUha.
K each Insertion, Timber not IceslMO
Und notice- I7.M AH adtertlsenients
.ubieci toiho approval ol the raanagime.it
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wanted, Situations ▼(want, Toaoheri
Wanted, Mechanics Wanted 10 words or
].'. !5c each addilional line 10 cents.
Ckanaei In standing advertisement* must
be In Til 9 a. m. Tuesday and frlduy ol
m ch week lo aecure good dt-plny.
""MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
OTTAWA
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Murphy.      Harold Fisher
G-
ILLAN k ELLIOTT.
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
BBVBUfTOI" ISO TROUT LAKE II. C.
i". c. won,
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C. P.. onus.
ARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
orricii: iMramat Bisk Blocs. Hitvm,-
'ITOIE, B. C.
ffi'&ke.aO.l cranbrook, B.C.
OEO. S. MCCiBTIR,
A. II. PiNana".
Revelatoke, B. C.
J. A. Hahtbt,
Cranbrook, H. C.
S'
J. M. Scot. l.L.U
COTT   AND
W. I. Brings.
BRIGGS
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
Money to Loan
SOLICITORS FOR MOLSONS BANK
Pint Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
-pOBERT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Stuveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue.
Box 11)0, Rkvblhtokk.
nDWARD A. HAGG EN
MINING ENGINEER
(Member   American   Institute   of
Mining Engineers). ,..,.,
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstoke, B. C.
Mine  Management,   Examinations
and Reports. , _,
PiReporti compiled, Plans and Blue
rints of Land, Timber Limits, Mines,
Mills ajjd Buildings prepared in shape
for submission to prospective investors
or purchasers. ^_______
^^SaOSeva]b
-Iwoul . . . earnestly a vise them for
their good to order this paper to be punctually
served up,and to be looked upon aa a partol
lh. lea equlpage."-ADDisoN,
ing it to find a proper nutlet for its
results and to enhance intelligence ly
offering to our future generation all
the moans possible nl acquiring a
sound and thorough education. Lot
ub bring up our boys und girls to the
idea tlint the future ol their country
is depending on them and that they
can only gain victory in the Btrile for
the honors ol civilization by hard
work with mind and body. Hard
work alone is the devilling rod by
which we can reach tl.o resources ul
our luture greatness,
DROWNED IN KOOTENAY LAKE
Member of Crew of C. P. R.
Tug Mysteriously Disappears
Kaslo, B. O, March 28,—Roderick
McKinnon, of the Cl'. K. tug Ymir,
was drowned last week under mysterious circumstances. He waB in charge
ol a barge being towed by the tug to
Kootenay Landing and not receiving
an answer to signals, thc tug slackened
up to investigate. No trace ol McKinnon could be found and the supposition is that while :i aking a tour
ol inspection ol the tow lines, he
slipped off the barge and fell into the
water, probably striking his head and
rendering himself unconscious.
The Ymir patrolled the lake but no
trace ot McKinnon could be found.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1907
THE GAMBLING INSTINCT.
That the gambling instinct is in
herent in human nature and cannot
be eliminated by the operation ol law
i, a fact generally recognized. It is
denied by those who would like to
have the personal liberty ol the people
completely restricted, because their
views differ from those ol other folk,
No two people can have tbe same
ideas coinciding with one another and
what one man think! light of, another
will condemn. It is one ol the re-
mirkable characteristics of some
people tbat they consider themselves
competent to judge what is good for
otheri and make every effort to have
the moral medicine they would like
adminiitered dispensed according to
tbeir own prescription!. That gambling i« a serious and harmful evil, just
ai anything else ie when over indulged
in, i» certain, and rational people will
not deny this, although there is no
justification Ior seeking to interfere,
too d.astically with th. amusement!
of the people. It is extremely difficult
o know when to draw the line, but we
assert that to protect the morals and
clem living ol our city, wise and prudent measures, leavened with severity
must be employed tioth to put a stop
to the piesent ilate ol affairs an.l the
glowing tendency ol this par.icular
form ol doubtful amusement in the
community. There can be no objection to correcting the gambling evil
where it ii necessary, but few amongit
ui would openly declare bis intention
of taking up a campaign against it.
Thui if thc morali of the city are to
abide and kept up to a high standard,
tbe utmost tact and care will have to
be exercised in dealing with the gambling evil, both by individuals and by
tbe community at large.
SOLICITOR FOR GUGGENHEIMS
Turns Down Offer of Deputy
Minister of Mines.
Ottawa, March 35-Mr. W. W, B.
Mclnnes, late Commissioner ol Yukon
Territory, bus declined the office ol
Deputy Minister of the Department of
Mines. Mr. Mclnnes has struck a
better thing, having entered into a
four-year's contract with the Guggenheim of New York, to act as their
Canadian representative, his salary to
be $25,000 a year. The Guggenheim?
have acquired a vast area of mining
territory iu Yukon, and from this
time fortli will have much business
with the Department ot the Interior.
It will be the duty ol Mr. Mclnnes to
aot as an intermediary for the firm
with the Government.
BURIED ALIVE
Four Men Killed Under Terrible
Avalanche.
Vancouver, March 26.—By being
buried beneath a huge avalanche o
snow, 100 leet lo.ig and 10 feet deop
tour men were killed and four injured
at the Britania mines un Saturday.
The men were members of a logging
party engaged to cut timber lor use in
the mine. The men had decided not
to go out into the woods that morning
owing to tbe depth of mow, and while
they Here, near the engine house,
i.ithout any warning a huge avalanche
came tearing down the mountain side,
demolishing the engine house and
burying tbe party standing near. Four
men were rescued alive but lour
perished.
u. vv. u. w.
Mountain View Camp. No. 229.
Meet, Second and Fniii'ili Wednesdays In
end. month, in Selkirk Ilnll. Visiting WO" d-
men cortllnlly invilotl to attend,
W. 11. ARMSTRONG, Con, Com.
II. w. EDWARDS, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE AERIE No.
F. O. E.
432.
Tho rogular meetings nre held in llio Selkirk
Hull every Tuesday ovoniiin nt 8 o'ofooa". Visiting brethren ..roc.inliully iuviled.
H. A. BIIOWN, Prbbidknt.
W. E. McLAUCHLIN, SKuniiTART,
Kootenny Lodge No, 15 A F.Al A.M.
Tho regular meetings are held in Ihe
Mnaonto Temple,
Jdd Fellows Hall.on
the third Monday in
■-ltd. month at I
p.m. Vlsitlnghreth-
rn. cordially wol
come
C. A, PKUUUNIER, Skciietahv.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO IS. I. O. 0. F.
Meets ovcry Thursday
evening tn Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cor-
dlally limied to attend
J. MATHIE, Sue
U.J.TAflOART.N.Q.
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
Meets every Wednesday,
ex-.ept Third Wednesday nl
each ftinnlli, In the Oddlell.nvs'
Hall at s o'clock, visiting
Knights are cordially invited.
J.;a. LESLIE, CC.
Q. H. BROCK, K. ol B. A S.
H. A. BROWN. KI
..IF
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Deer Heads, AnitimlsJltirilfl, Fish, Ktc.,
MOUNTED
Animal Rugs Mounted,
P. 0. Box SI.
Studio:  Corner nt First St. and Boyle Are.
Hovelitokti. Il.C
Miss Margaret (feifiiton
Teacher cl Piano, Vocal and
Theory.
Studio :—Lawrence Block.
Pupils prepared lor  University  and
Conservatory Exams.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all classeslof buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All kiadsfrf ImililiiiR aud plastering
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
Evans & Woodrow
MEAT MARKET
Dealers in Beef, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fiih and Game in
Season. Orders promptly attended to,
First St. Revelstoke
WAH CHUNG
BY DINT OF TOIL.
So we have found that bird work
and intelligence are the ingredients
which are required for the sound and
steady growth of our city and liritisb
Columbia as a whole, and therefore all
we can and should do iB to induce
industry in iti widest Benie by aisiBt-
RAIL AND STEAMER
The C. P. R. telegraph operator!
have petitioned the company lor a 20
per cent, increase in salaries, with an
eight hour day and seven hour night.
This would bring the scale up to
$32.50 minimum and $90 maximum,
The G. N. W. operators have also riled
a request lor a 20 per cent, increase.
A snowslide of immense proportions
occurred early this week a short distance east of Field, on the C.P.R.
track, which delayed considerably tbe
passenger and freight service. The
slide was about hall a mile in length
and from ten io tilteen leet in depth,
throughout the entire distance.
Rotary snow ploughs were hurried to
the scene, which bored a tunnM
through tbe obstructing mass. Railway men expect that during this
month and also in April, slides will be
very frequent in the mountain section!.
In view ol the fact that Mr. J. (i
Bury has resigned his poiition ss
assislantstiperintendent.il the western
diatrict ol the Canadian 1'aeilic Railway, it is assumed that he lias
accepted the offer ol the Chicago,
Rock Island k Pacific to become its
general manager. The salary is said
to lie 130,000 a year. The names ol
R. It. Jamieson and Alfred Price have
been mentioned in connection with
the vacancy lelt by Mr. Bury,
By reason ol the extension to Portland ol tlie business ol the, 0, P. R., it
iB understood the following changes
will l«> made. ,1. 8. Carter, agent at
Nclion, will be transferred to Spokane;
J. Proctor, district agent at Calgary,
will go tu Nelson; Valentine, travelling
passenger agent at Los Angeles, will
take a similar position at Spokane;
Johnson, general agent at Portland
will look nltor the passenger business
only,
Easter cards and Easter novelties at
Bews' Drug Store.
Has a good stock of Groceries and
a fine assortment of Japanese China.
Agent lor Revelstoke Farming
Company, growers of all kindi of
Farm Produce, Hay and Wood,
Front Street, Revelstoke
TELEPHONE 26.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought.
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.  WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY 0FREVELS1CKE
By-Law No.
WHERE VS it is deemed necessary
and expedient in the interest o! the
City ol Revelitoke that the present
water and ehctrio light system ol thi
City Bhould be improved, exlendel
and increased by the addition o! an
electric power dynamo and equipment
and also by the construction o! an
auxiliary plant to insure a continuous
service during thut duwns of the present water power machinery thrjilgh
accident or other cause and by the
oomtruction ol an additional water
tank.
AND WHEREAS il will be neces-
Biry, in order to carry out such works
to borrow the sum ol Thirty Thousand
($30,000.00) Dollars to defray the cost
thereof, which the Council proposes to
raise by the issue nl debentures secured upon the rates and charges which
are chargeable and enforceable for the
user ol water and electric light under
the 'Water and Electric Light Regul
ation By-law, 1903," and the "Muni
cipal Clauses Act."
And Whereas the estimated amount
ol the said rates and charge.: charge,
able and enforceable f:r the year in
which this by-law ii passed
$32,000.00.
And Whereas no amount of money
is now chin* ed upon the said rates
and charges.
And Whereas the debt |horcby ere
ated is on the security ot the s.iid
water and electrio light rates and
charges.
And Whereas for the psyment of
the said principal money and interest
during the currency of the Baid deben
turns it is necessary to set aiide and
withdraw from the annual current
revenue derived Irom said water and
electri: light rates and charges annually, the sum of $2322 84; the specific annual sum required fnr the payment of interest being $1500,00, and
for tl.e payment of the debt the sum
of $822.84.
Be it therefore enacted by the Muni
cipal Council of the Corporation of
ibe City ot Revelstoke, as follows
1. The sum o! $30,000.00 shall be
expended in improving, extending,
increasing and constructing the works
aforesaid and it shall be lawful for the
Mayor ol the Corporation ol the City
ol Revelstoke to borrow on the credit
and security of the said rates and
charges by way of debentures herein
after mentioned from any person or
persons, body or bodies oorporate, who
may be willing to advance the same,
a sum not exceeding in the whole the
Bum ot Thirty Thousand Dollars, and
to cause all such sums bo raised and
received to De paid into the hands of
the Treasurer of the said City, for the
purposes and with the obj-cts hereinbefore recited.
2. It shall be lawful for the Baid
Mayor to cause any number of deben
hires to be made, executed, and issued
lor such sum or sums as may be required lor the purposes and objeclB
aforementioned, not exceeding how
ever the sum of $30,000.00, each ol
laid debentures being ol the denomination of One Thousand Dollars, and
all such debentures shall be s-nli-tl
with the seal of the Corporation ol tbe
City ol Revelstoke and signed by the
Mayor nnd Clerk thereof.
3. The said debentures shall bear
date ihe First day ol June, 1007, and
shall be made payable in Twenty-five
years (rom the .aid (late in lawlnl
money of Canada, at the office ot the
Mobona Bank at Kevelstoke afinc.aid,
which said place ol payment shall b»
designated by said debentures, and
shall have attached to them coupons
tor the payment of interest, and the
signature to tbe coupons may be
either written, printed, stamped, or
lithographed.
4. The said debentures shall bear
interest at the rate of Five (5) per
centum per annum from the date
thereol which interest shall be payable
semi-annually at thc office of tii
Molaona Bank at Revelstoke aforesaid
in lawful money ol Canada on the
First day of June and the First
day of December respectively it
each anil every year during the cur
rifiii-v thereof, and it shall be expressed in laid debentures and
coupon", to i-e so payable.
5. It shall be lawful for the said
Mayor to negotiate and sell the said
debentures, or any ol them, for less
than par, but iu no case al. .h the Baid
debentures, or. n/ of them l.e sold Iir
less than ninety-five per centum of
their face Tains, including the OOlt ol
negotiating and sale, brokerage and
other necessary expenses,
6. I'or the payment ol   the said
n comer First street foot ,|,ere shall lie set aside and with-
Halcyon Hot Springs
^Sanitarium.
Under the new management of
Harry  McIntush,   Hoffman   Home
Rossland.
THE MEDICAL WATERS of Halcyon ate the most curative in the
world. A perfect, natutal remedy for
all Nervous and Mii-mlar diseases,
Liver. Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure
for "That. Tired Feeling." Special
rates on all boats and trains. Two
mails atrive and depait every day.
Telegrn h communication with all
marts of '.he world.
Terms- $12 to $18 per week.   Pol
further particulars apply u.
HARRY McINTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrotv LaKt, 3. C
municipality.
I). It shall be lawful lor Ihe Municipal Council Irom lime to time to
repurchase any ol the snid debentures nt such price or prices ai
mnv l.e miituallv agreed upon and all
debentures so repurchased shall lorth-
uilh I."' cancelled and no re-issue ol
nny such d. bent..re or debentures
shall he ninde in consequence of
such repuichase.
Ill This By law shall come into
lorce and take effect on the First day
of June, 1907.
11.   This By-law may be cited for
all purposesos the "Water and Electric Light Rates Loan By-law, 1907."
Read a first time tho Fifteenth duy nl
March, 1907.
Read a second time thc Fifteenth diy
ol March, 1907.
Read a third time and passed with
the unanimous consent of tlie
Council the Fifteenth duy ol
March, 1907.
Received the assent ol the electors,
the day ol 1907.
Reconsidered and finally passed and
adopted hv the Council, the
 dayol 1907.
 Mayor.
 Clerk.
Take notice that the al.ove is a true
copy ol the propoied by-law upon
whioh the vote ol the Municipality
a-ill be taken at the City Hall, corner
oi McKenzie Avenue and Second
Street, Kevelstoke, B. C, on Wednesday, April 3rd, 1907, between the
hours of 9 o'clock a.m. and 7 o'clock
p.m,
HENRY FLOYD,
Clerk ol the Municipal Council,
sat meh 10
LAND NOTICE.
Wi.tl.-e Is hereby given tlmt tKI days after date I
Intend to a|iply to the Cl.tcl (Jomn.iaaioi.er of
Lands and Worka Inr permlsaiun to .purchase the
following ileserllieil lands in Weat Knoteuay district:
Commencing at a unst planted at the smith-nest
comer of I,nt 2111, eust aula nf Upper Arrow Lake
thunce east .0 chains, smith .11 chains, west 80
elinins, nnrth ,0 chains In pnint nf commencement.
Containing 112.1 acres morn i.r less,
l.al.'.l Mnrch 12th, 10,17.
we.l nii'h IS Il.C. MORRIS.
LAND NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given tlmt UO daya alter dale I
ltltcl.il to upply In tl.u Chief Comiiiiasiiiiier «>f
Lunils and Works for permission to'purchase tl.u
[..Hi..iini; described hinds In West Knotcnay ills,
trict:
Commencing at a pnst planted nt the N. E.
corner of Lot 71*46, on N. E. Aim i.f Arrow Lakes,
tlience aouth SO chains, east SO chains, ui.rll. 80
clmiiis, west 81. chains tn pninl..(couiuiencement.
Containing 04.1 ncres.
Haled March llth, 1B07.
wed mcli in
D. McPHADDKN.
LAND NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that no days alter date 1
intend to apply to lhe Chief Cnuiruiasioiier nl
Lands and Works Inr permission to [purchase the
fnllnn-iug described landa lu West Kootenay diatrict:
Commencing ut a post planted about one mile
smith from the 8. K. corner of Lot 8li. on shore of
Upper Arrow Lake, thence weat 8» clmins, auuth
Sll elinlns, eust 80 chains, north 80 .liains to pnint
nf ce.umenee.nent.  Containing 0.0 acres.
Dated March 12th, 1907.
wod meh IS L. A. M. MORRIS.
Henry
s Nurseries
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Headquarters for Pacific (.'oast grown
aud Imported Qardon, Piold and
Flower Seedt.
TESTED   STOCK
Thousands of Fruit and O run mental
Trees, Rhododendrons, Boson and  hardy
flimits now growing on our owu grounds for
titiiri! planting,
No expense, loss or delay of furaigntlou,
inspection nor customs duties to pay.
Visitors are always welcome to inspect
our stock.
Greenhouse Plants,
(-ut Flowers and Floral Designs, Fertilizers
Dee Hives aud Supplier, -Spray Pumps and
Spraying material.
No ageuts—therefore you hare no commission to pay. Our catalogue tells you
abont it. Let me price yoir list before
placing your order.
We do business ou our owu grounds—n«
rent to pay, and are prepared to meet all
competition. Eastern prices or less. White
labor.  Catalogues Free.
M. J. HENRY
P. O. Addross and flreonhonses:—8010 Westminster Road. Brnnch Nurseries:—South
Vancouver.
ADDITIONAL
LICENCE   TO    AN    EXTRA-PROVINCIAL
COMPANY.
Canada:
Province of liritish Columbia.
No. 309.
FOR SALE
Satisfactory Terms Can Be
Arranged,
House and Lot, (
and Royle Avenue, a business
lite.
Villa Lot adjoining City   Limits on
Big Rend Road.   ,\  good stone
quarry   and   lirstclaas   gravei
and sand for building purposes.
A good bed of  Brick  Clay and
tliree acres cleared suitable for
fruit growing.
RESIDENTIAL UTS   REVELSTOK!
Six Lots in Block-ID.
One Lot in Block 44, 50 loot,
Two Lots on Eighth St., 100 foot
One   Lot,  Block  97,  with   office
building.
Pour Lots, Block 118, 26 foot, Cr,
Third Street, nnd Connaught Avenue.
Interest in good mining  property
and timber limits.
Good Farm binds in Buckley valley.
wOne, Cement Block Plant in good
corking order with all attachments
ompletc.
For full particulars apply lo
E. C. FROMEY
drawn each year during the currency
of said debentures from tl.e annual
current revenue ot the municipality
as derived from the said water and
electric light raf-s and charges tbe
soni nf $84*2.84, and such sum shall be
transferred Iron, tl.e annual current
revenue account and paid into s
Special account to lorm a sinking lund
for the purpose mentioned herein.
7 For the purpose of paying the
Interest upon tbe isld debenture! as
rt.iinc. .teenies due and payable, Mien-
shall hc set aside and withdraw., eaoh
year (rom the annual revenue ol tl.e
municipality an derived from suid
water .....I electric light rates and
charges the sum ol (1,600,00, which
sum shall be transferred Ir ... ll.e
annual current revenue account anil
paid inlo a special account lor euoti
purpose und to be disbursed as and
when lhc instalments ol Intemt
become due,
8. During the currency ol said
debentures tho said rates and olnirgos
to the extent alorusaid shall not lorm
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that tl.e '-liritish
Columbia Timbers" Limited) which on lho 17th
day ol December, Oflfltl, wns authorised nnd
licensed to carry on business within the Pro-
vines of liritish Columbia. Is hereby iiutliorised
nd li.-onso.l to curryeutorelfeetallorunyol
ilm ndtlitional ohjocts ol the Company to
which the log.slfilivo uulhority of the L.gisln>
ture of Ilrit..*h Columhin oxtondi.
The head olliee of tho i-.nn inuiy is situate at
the City of Miititrenl iu tlio Provinooof Quebec.
l'ho amount of the capitul of the Company is
l.y .... ine reuse of cn|iitul of two hundred thousand dollnrsdivLled into two thousand shares
.f mu.. hundrod dollurseuch.
Tl.a head utile, of the Company in this
Province is .situate (in First Street, Ilevelstoke,
mid Willi..... Irving llrlggs, llurristor-nt-lnw
whose address i.- the sume, Is tho attorney Ior
the I onipnuy.
(liven under my hand .....I Heal ol Olliee at
Victoria, Pr.ivli.eo ol tlt.itish Columbia, this
Nineteenth dayof March, one thousand niun
hundred ...nt seven.
I,.,"., S. V. WOOTTON,
H.-ifi ii..r.if .Inini Si...-I* Companies.
The additional objects lor which Ibis Com-
ihui, lias helm ii-oililif-linil and liucoiised are: -
II. To iic....ire l.y punhuse, lease or other-
will nnd own. Iiuii.l. niiilulnlii and utilize saw
mill, ilniu* in uny slreauis uud rivers, booms
an.l  I in privileges, un any such rivers or
water-ways ou lhe property oltl.o Company or
slniwherB, and to charge Is...... charges in cou-
Diction thnrowilh, to ernatu  construct, l.ninl
nnd ..porale water-powers, hydraulic isiwers,
lllfltflo   isiwnfs .....I ii.stal such plant .....
uui. liiiion as may bo necessary for the gonorn-
tion, pniilni'tioii, 'l.-Mtlo|iiiii-iil, iliiinliiitiiiti
uianufactuio "I electricity and electrical
and other js.wel, and create lighl, heal and
P"iw.r, and t*. use sell or olhorwiso (lisp'.so of
ele.tr..-it and nlo'-tiin light, power nnd he...
for the purposes of the Coin puny and to buy,
II or lias. Uie .aid puwor... ...ay I... Incidental to um works and ol.Je.-., ol the Cumpauy on
llie laiuls of the omimny: iirnvided always
that the fight- and pr.vlleg.s l.arol.y ...litiirred
Upon iji.i '-..n.|.iuiy togenerate nle.-trienl '-nergy
f..r igl.l. Inini and power, when liercuod .....
sl'ist.ie properly ..f ii.oc.iti.pui.y, .hall i...sul..
....-It'. ...I provincial and mtjiilripnl laws anil
regulation, in ihal l.oiinlf
i2l Toacqnlll hy piir'hnse, lease or other-
wi.naii.l uwu, iilili.e mineral right", mineral
IIm-i i.Miii.l.ipnriitnand dispose of llie same L.
wliaoivnr way may Ito in tlie Int.. im. r.-.t ■ ol
11.01 ...npiiuy and lii'iuarry.ir work lUl'b mines
'Ulniin r,Os on lund* *.) a'.|Uire"l, 0. on land,
already ac.|tiir.d and on whi. I. same be f.-imd.
...nl unvo.Mpttiti -iiiiii.and ...use. dial In, ell.
I.arlui. n..-buugn.irtli*iano ol the said laid,
and the products anil by-products t!ioi>".f Iol
lln. I, onil I. i.f the ru mpany.
I.'!) Toci.listri.i-t. < mi. nlili.n and m ii;'Sin
mi llm lands i.f the 1'i.nipBiiy *... I. .le.lr.Cil
.fain, or railways or other menus of locomotion
Inr l.n. uurpoal. nf Irniiiimrliiig such limbc.
minerals or otlinr prndui'ts derived Im... tl a
id lands of llio Company nnd which mny lm
ae.Hilary nr usel.lt for the purpnf-es nl carry .«
out.... il.uC.....pony's lauds tbe objects ol th-
Cumpauy.
Notice :s In i-ehy given that thirty
dayB alter date I intend to apply to tbe
Chief OoiiiinisBioner ol Lands and
Works lor a special lici n«e io cut and
carry away timber Irom the lolinwing
described lands in Wist. Kootenay
district:
1. Commonolng at n post planted
on the north bunk ul Home Creek,
about three miles and a quarter from
the Columbia River and niarked "E.
McBean's suuth east corner post,'
thence 40 chuius west; thenoe 20
clmins north, thence 80 chains west,
tbenee 60 chains north, thence 40
chains east, thonce 40 chains smitli
thence 40 chains east, tlience 20 chains
south, thence 40 chaius east, tlience
40 chains south to place ol commence,
ment.
Dated February 23rd, 1907.
2. Commencing at a post planted
on the nortli bank ol Maloney Creek,
about four miles and a hall from the
Columbin River, and marked ' E. McBean's Bouth-east corner post,' thence
80 chainB west, thenco 80 chain.-
north, thence 80 cliains east, thence
80 chains south to place ol coinmencement.
3. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Maloney Creek,
about five and a half miles Iron, the
Columbia River, and marked "E McBean's Bouth-east corner post," thence
80 chains west, thence 80 chains north,
thence 80 chains east, thenco 80
chains south to point ol commencement.
4. Commencing at a post planted
on tho north bank of Moloney Creek,
about six and a hall miles Irom ihe
Columbia River, and marked "E. McBean's south-east corner post," thence
80 chains north, thence 80 chains
west, thence 80 chains south thence
80 elinins east to point of commence
ment.
6, Commencing at a pnst planted
on tho north bi -k of Maloney Oreek,
about seven miles from the Columbia
River, and mnrked "E McBean's
north-west comer post,'' thence 120
chains south, theuce 40 chains east,
tlence 80 chains north, thenoe 40
chains ciiBt, thence 40 chains north,
tlience 80 chains west to point ol commencement.
Dated Feb. 27th, 1907.
6. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Maloney Creek,
about seven ai d a half miles Irom the
Coluinbin River, and marked "E Mc-
lle.ni'a sonih-enat eorner post," thence
40cunins we't, thence 40cliains ninth,
thonce 40 chains went,)hence80chains
north, thence 40 chains east, thence
40 chains south, thence 40 cliain. east,
thence 81) chains south to point ol
commencement.
7. Coinnieiiciiig at a post plnnted
about one quarter o! a mile south ol
Maloney Creek, and about tliree quarters ol a mile (rum the Coluinbin
River,, and marked "E. McBean's
south-east oorner post," thence 80
cbnins north, th.nce 80 chains west,
thence 80 chains south, thence 80
chains oust tj point ol commencement.
8. Commencing at- a post planted
about one quarter of a mile south ol
Maloney Creek, and about one and
three qiinr.er miles fro n the Columbia
River, and inarked "E. MoBeanV
south-east corner post," Ihence 80
chains nest, theticn 80 chains north,
thenoe 80 chaius east, thence 80 chain.
south to point of i om nieiicemeiit.
Dated 28th February, 1907.
9 Commencing at a post planted
at the south-east corner o! T. L 10458
snd niarked "E. McBean's south-west
corner post," thence SOohains north,
thence 80 chains easi, thence cO chains
Bouth, thence 80 chains west to point
of commencement.
Datid March 1st, 1907.
10. Commencing at a post planted
at the north east corner of T. L, 9616,
and inarked "B. McBean's south-east
coiner post," thence 80 ohains uorth.
theuce 80 chainB west, tnence 8C
chains soulh, tlience 80 chains east to
point of commoncement.
Dated March 2nd, 1907.
11, Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank ol Mica Creek,
about two and a quarter miles from
the Columbia River, and niarked "E.
McBean's south-east corner post,"
■thence 80 chains nortli, thence 80
chains west, thence 80 chains scuth,
thence 80 chains east t.i point ol commencement.
12 Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank ol Mica Creeg,
about two and a quarter miles Irom
the Columbia River, and marked "E
McBean's south-west corner post,"
thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains east, thence 80 chains soutli,
thenoe 80 chains west to point of commencement.
13. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank ol Mica Creek,
about three and a quarter miles Iron,
the Columbia Rivor, and marked "E.
McBean's south-west corner post,"
thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains east, thence 80 chains south,
thence 80 chains west to point ol commencement.
Dated Maroh 4th, 1907.
14. Commencing at a post planted
one quarter mile west nl the Columbia
River, and one mile below tight Mile
Creek, and marked "E. McBean
noith-east corner post," thenoe 80
chains west, thence 80 chains south,
thence 80chains east, thence 80 chains
north to point of commencement.
15. Commencing at a post planted
at the south-west corner of T. L. 0702,
and marked "E. McBean's south-east
comer poit," thence 80 ohains west,
thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains east, thence 80 chains south tu
point of com mencenient.
Dated March 5th, 1907.
16. Conimenclng at a poBt planted
hall a mile south of Eight Mile Creek
and one mile from the Columbia Riv
er, and marked "E McBean's south
east corner post," thenoe 40 ohains
west, thence 80 chains north, thence
40 chains west, thence 40 chains norlh,
thence 80 chains east, thenoe 120
cluii.is south to point ol commence
ment.l
17. Commencing at a post plan'ed
one and a quarter miles west ol the
Columbia River, a quarter mile north
of Indian Creek, and maiked "E. Mo
north, thenee llll) cluni's east, tlience
lu ohains su uth to pointol euiumoioo-
ni....t.
18. Commencing at a p.isi plumed
one aid n (|iinrlcr miles wist..( the.
Columbia River and n quarter mile
noith ul Indian Creek, and marked
"E. McBean's north- net oorner p at,"
ihence west UK) .'hains, thenoe smith
10 cbnins, thence east 100 cbnins,
thence north 40 chains to point ot
commencement,
Dated ..Vlnrci Oth, 1907.
19. Commencing at a post planted
two miles east ol ll.o Columbia Kiver,
back ol T. L. 9619 and marked "E.
McBean's north-wc9t corner poBt,"
thence40ohains east, Ihence 20 chains
south, thence 120 chains cast, thence
40 chains south,thence 120 chains
wesl, thenoe 2.) ohains north, tlience
40 chains weat, thence 40 chains north
to point ol commencement.
Dated March 7th, 1907.
20. Commencing at a post planted
in the eaBt bank ol the north [oik ol
Oig Mouth Creok and abuut three-
quarters ol a milo Irom the main creek
and marked "E. McBean's sonth-west
oornor post," thence 160 chains north,
thence 40 chains east, thenee 160
chains south, thence 40 chains west to
pointol commencemeni.
21. Commencing at a post planted
on the east bank of the north fork of
Big Mouth Creek, about tliree quarters
ol a mile Irom the main creek, and
msrked "E, McBean's south-east corner pot," tlience 160 chains north,
thence 40 chains west, thence 160
chains south, thence 40 chains east to
point ol commencement.
22. Coinmeneing at a post planted
on the north bank ol Big Mouth
Creek, about lwo and a quarter miles
above north lork, and mnrked "E. McBean's north west coiner post," tlience
80 chains south, thence 20 chairs east,
thence 80 chains south,theuce 40
chains wist, tnence 80 chains north,
thenee 20 churns west, thenee 80chains
north, thence 40 chums east to point
of commencement.
23. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank ol Big Mouth
Creek, about one quarter of a mile
above south fork, and marked "E, Mc-
llean'as nth-west comer post," thence
80 chains east, tbeuce 20 ohains north,
thence 80 chains east, thence 40 ehnins
nnrtli, thence 80 ehnins west, thence
20 ohains south, thenee 80 chains
weit, thence 40 chains south to point
of commencement.
Dated March 12th, 1907.
24. Commencing at i. posl. planted
on the south bank of Big Mouth
Creek, about, three and a half miles
shove snuih lork and niarked "E.
McBean's north-east, corner post,"
thence 40 cliains west, thence 20
chains south, thence 40 chains west,
thence 20 chains south, thence 80
chains west, thence 40 chains south,
thence 80 chains east, thence 20 chains
north, thence 40 chains esst, thence
20 chains north, thence 40 chains east,
.hi nee 40 ehnins nortl. to point ot
com mencenient.
25. Commencing at a post planted
on the south bank ol Big Mouth
Creek, about three and a half miles
above soutb fork, and marked "B, Mo-
Bean's north-west comer post," thence
10 chains east, thenee 20 chains north,
thence 40 chains east, thence 80
chains south, .hence 40 chains west,
thenoe 20 chains south, thence 40
chains west, thence 80 chains north to
pnint of commencement.
- 26. Commencing at a post planted
on the esst bank ol a stream coming
from the south, ibout four anil three
quarter miles above south lork, and
arked "E. McBean's north-west coruer post," thence 80 chains south,
thence 20 chains east, thence 80 chaini
Bouth, thence 40 chains east, thence
80 chainB north, thence 20 chaini
weit, theuce 80 chains north, thenco
40 chains west to point of commencement.
27. Commencing st a post planted
on the east bank of a stream coming
from the south, about four and three
quarter miles above south lork, and
marked "E. McBeau's south-west corner post," thence 80 chains north,
thence 80 ohains east, tbenee 80 chains
south, thence 80 chains west to point
ol commencement.
28. Commencing at a post planted
on the east bank ol Big Moutb Creek,
about live and three quarter milea
above south fork, and marked "IC. Mo-
Bean's south-west comer post," thence
80 ohains north, thenoe 8(3 chains east,
thence 80 chains south, thence 80
chains west to point ol commencemeni.
29. Commencing al a post planted
on the east bank of Big Mouth Creek,
about six and three quarter miles
above south fork and murked "E. McBean's south-west corner post," thonce
160 ohains north, thence 40 chains
east, thence 160 chains south, thence
40 chains west to point of commencement.
30. Commencing at a post planted
about half a mile east of Big Mouth
Creek and about six and three quarter
miles above south lork, and marked
"E. McBean's south-west corner post,"
thenoe 160 ohains north, thence 40
ohains eait, thence 160 ohains south,
thenoe 40 ohains west to point of commencement.
Dated 13th February, 1907.
31. Commencing at a post planted
one third mile westof north fork of
Big Mouth Creek, and one quarter
mile nnrth of main oreek, and marked
"E. McBean's south-west corner post,"
thenoe 160 chains east, thence 40
chains north, thence 160 chainB west,
thence 40 chains south to point*bf
commencement.
22, Commencing at a post planted
on the Bouth bank ol Big Mouth
Creek, about three miles below north
lork, and marked "E, McBean's southwest oorner post," thence 40 chains
north, theuce 160 ehuinseast, thence
40 chains south, thencs 160 chains
west to point ol commencement
Dated March 14th, 1907.
wed mcli 27 E MeBEAN.
Bonn's bouth-east corner post," theno
Notice In hereby glveu ihatSO days alter date
I Inlend to apply lc the t blel Commissioner ol
Lands and Worka lor permission to purchase
the lollowlng dt.acrli.ed land.:
Commencing at a post planted at the fl W
corner of T. Beech's pre-emption, marked
•'Cba». Beck's 8, W. corner poat,1' running cut
so chains, soulh IN chain., we l 8.. chaiua,
tbenee north 20 chains In point or commence,
ment, comprising 160 acres more or loss.
Dated Feb. lib. 11107.
leb U Ml CHAS, BECK, ■ ■'.   ■ -, * ■\
alt.-r date I inlenil ... apply to the
Cbiel Uomiuisaioner of   ...m.Is and
Woll. tur a ip.c'ial licence t>> cut uud
carry .way Umber Iiom t»f lulluwing
.lebt-iiiir,! laiuie. situate in Wei'
Ki.nlei.ay district:
1. Uo.uuienci.iK at . post plauted
nn Olteti (Ji Cok, ruuuiug luto Pingsiou
creek, in .alley fa.-., ul Piugston ui-eek,
uisrkeu ".\. I', Ogtlfie's o. \V post,"
thence .su chaius north, ihenee 811
ollttius easl, t.i.-lic. HI cli.litis sotllll,
thence so cna.ii. We.l to puiui ol cum-
menceuieui.
IL Uuiimeuciug at a post marked
"W. l'\ Ugilvit, s », E. ci-uei posi,"
adju.u.ug uicaliuu .No. 1 on west,
thence rxl cl..i.i.s in.ith, theuce bU
cha...a i.t-.l,  ll.elite MJ chains ►until,
thence m iim.i.s i-«.i tu point uf com-
uiencetueut.
J. Cuiuiiiencng al a pusl marked
"W. fc*. Ugil.ie's I**, W, corner pust,"
adjoining LAiMiiliuii .Su. 1 ull nurth
tlience MU il.,....-, nuiili, .hi nee tal
chain, nut, tiii-u.e so chai.ii suuth,
tl..... SU . llllillS ..ii-l io puint "I coin-
lllt-IICi-lll.-ill,
i,  k. uii.iiieuti.iK at. post planted «t
south-well  lul.lf.   "1   l.i.iililiio .So. 'J,
inn.tun "W. l. utjilviu's south-east
ciiim-i |0...,' in.-.I..80 cliains north,
tbenee ou chaina net, tlieiiuo Ku chain.
suuth, thence so ctiulll. cast lo puint
ui cu.tiiiieuueuieut.
j. Cuiu.i.enci..K at a posl plauted
un iiu.lii-ea.1 col..el' ••! I.o.iilio.. No. 4,
iiirtiikt-ii "W, I-. i inil vn- a .i. \*i. curuer
pusl, luenue **J cnains nurth, thenco
Ml chains east, ibeuce 8U uhult.a suiuh,
tbeuce SU chuius eer-tiu puiui ul com-
lue. hi u. enl,
ij.   Count.euciug at a pust planted
on   buulh-ifl-.l   l.ala-l .-I    Lucal...II i'l,
luntkeU "i.. !•'. Ufjiitica o. 111. curuer
post," tlteucQ S'l i nan.» i.i.i ili, thenc.
oU chains went, tnence so t li.ilns suulh,
thenco SO chain, net lupmiitof cum-
Ijienctiiiieut.
Dated March Uth, 19(17.
7. Uuuiuieiicing nl a p...*t planted
on the uuiti. suie uf Lucutiun Nu, 6,
abuut..iii-h«.l mil. (rum N. h. comer
of Location Nu, o, marked "\V, V.
Ogilvi.a ft.!*., uuiuel' pust," theuce
north HJcliuius, lliei.cewestl60oha.nl
tlience south 4U chains, tlience cast 1(1(1
chains to place ul ouuiiueuoeuieut.
8. Commencing al a post plained a
half-iuil. nurth ot Loeaiiui. pusl No. 7,
unused '"fl . K. Ugilrie'a S. ll. curlier
post,'* lliuiiof 40 cii.uii. iiui'lh, tlience
16U chains west, lliei.ct-.40 ehuins suuth,
theuce loll cbnins eaet to place ol ouiii-
iiieiict-uicul.
I). Commencing al « [mst planted
one mil. w«.t Hum IbeM. K. ouruer
ut Locii.un Nu. 8 mi inn-lb side, marked "W. K. u^iuie's >. W. Burner pu.t,"
thence tfuchain.uurlli.lheiice 8(1 chaini
east, Ibiuce So chain, auulh, thence 8(1
chaius we.l tup....it uliouiiueucoiuoilt,
iu. Cuimuencitig ai a p..it pluuted
oi. S. \\. eorner ol Location N... U,
marked "\\. K, Ogilvie's S, li. corner
pust," tlience .Mil. SO chain., theuce
wilt 8U chains, il.riic. suuth BOcIiaius,
tlience m>. so chaina lu point ot* com-
liil'IlCUlll.tll.
iJiiledMa.chlOtb, 11*17.
il, Cuiuiuelicilig a. a pusl planted
on uorth-eait cui-iie. of Locatiou Nu.
IU. marked :*\V, K. OkiIvib'sS, VV.
corner poet," (hence uultll 80 chains,
thenceeast SU chains, thencu south 80
chains, tbeuce wesl SU chains tu poinl
of commencement.
12. Cuu.uieudug at a pust planted
on the f>.\\. comei ut Location Nu, 11,
mai ked "\V. 1*'. Ogilvie's S. li. curuer,
thence SU chains ninth, thence 81)
chain, wesl. ihenee SU chums suuth,
thence SU cliains east to point ul Colli-
mencemeut.
13. Commencing at a post plnuled
on N. W. cornel- of Lucatlun Nu. 11,
marked "W, F. Ogilvie's S. W. corner
post," thence 80 clmins north, thenee
Si chains east, thence 80 chains south,
thence Su chaini west lo pointof commencement.
14. Commencing at a post planted
on N. K, corner uf Location Nu. 12,
marked "W. F. Ogilvie's S. Ii. corner
post," thence HU chains north, Ihencu
80 ch.iins wesl, thenee 8(1 chains south,
Ihence SU chains east to point of com-
iiinnceiuent.
15. Commencing at a post planted
on N. W. corner of Location No. 13,
marked "W. !•'. Ogilvie's south-west
cumer post," thenee 80 ehuins north,
thencu 80 chain- fust, thence SU chains
south, Ihence Si chains westtopoitit
of comuieucem.nt.
18. Commeneing at a post p'anted
on N.E. coiner of Locatiu.iNo. 14,
marked "W. F. Ogilvie's S. E. corner
post." thence 8I cnains north, tbenee
80cliains wesi. . hence 8(1 chains south,
thence 80 chains east to point of commencement.
D.ited March llth. 1907.
sat inch 10       W. P. OOILVIE
, , daya afler Sal. 1 l.i*-»« i. apply to th.
Chlel Ci.inn.lasi.ier .1 U.S. aid Work, for a
.pedal license w ..it ... carry away timber
i.oni th. f.illowl.g dwnlM land, ia the
liiserlotof Wet EMlsw.y:
Colimeaoini ata ..at Hark*, ".law.. Aader-
ii.a'. B„rtb.w.ate.r..r pnat," plaatal n. tka fast
aid. nt 11 ..Mitch Crtak a. T.w. I.i.t I...08, nulling easl II .balas, Ml.Be. .uuth ... uhaias
. bene, weat M .bail., tk..« ..rth M et.aiaa I.
:,ia.-. .f eiia.<aaaMM..t.
llattd M.rcl. 1st, 1SS7.
ial lack I. JAS. ANIIEHSON.
NOTICE
Notice ia heteby given tbat 80 days
after date I intend to apply to tbe
Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd
Works, f..r a special licence to cut and
carry away timber from the full..wing
descriM 'land- in the East Kootenay
district:
1. Commencing at a post marked
"D. Woolsey's south-east corner post,"
and planted on the side of the old
Wood Hirer Trail, shout five miles
east of the Columbia River, theoce
west SU chain*, ilienre north su cbnins.
thence enst 80 chains, thence suulh SU
cliain* to the place of commencement.
2. Commenc'ng at a post inarked
"D. Wuolsev's north-east eorrerpott,"
and planted on the lide uf the old
Wood Kiver Trsll, alsuit live miles
east of the Columbia Kiver, there.,
.vest Hi chains. Ihence suulh SI) chains,
thence east SI chains, tbenee norlh 80
chains t>. the place ..f commencement.
8, Commencim: nt a pusl uiniked
"D.Woolsey's n..rtb-nest corner post."
and planted on the sideof the old
Wood Rivei Tiail Mhoill five miles eaet
of the Columbia River, thence east 80
ehains. thence south Wi chains, .hence
we-t 80 .halns, thence north SU chains
tn the place of commencement.
4. Commencing at a rv.»t narked
"D.Wonlaev's SOUlh-west corner pnst,"
and plnnted on the aid. of the old
Wood Rive.- Trail, ahout (Ifi* miles
from the Columbia lliver, thenee eaat
80 chains, .hence north 8U ehains,
thence wesi 80 chains, thence iouth HI
chaina to the place of commencement.
Dated this 5'h day of March, IU07.
sal nol. 10 D. WOOLSKY.
NOTICE
Nolle* lik'r.by given Ihal SO S.r. 'mi. del.
I Intend u. apply to ti.« Honourable ilia chief
(>ai.lBat.n.i •(- ..d. tad w.rta t.r a iptell!
tleeije I. oul .nd a*rry away UaalMt from Ihe
f.llswlui imtrlXrt* laaltall.atwl.a Ualtia
Bit, W«< KMMM.-dLii.il: . ..  .  ,
I. Begln.l.s a« » P""» plaated II rial..
•Mtk of lh. i«rth-e*»le»ri»r tt T I, Sins.
..ieno.li- tfialM n.rlb. time. Mgkai.aa.ai,
the.oeSS^iaii.. eo.th. .heno* It .tial.. weal,
Ueoe.it ehalaa n.rla In p.1.1 tl Manaie.e*
nei". c.Mlni.s ** ttnt
!    S..I..I.I .1 .  PM. Pl».l«d * "ihalll.
lortasfih. ar,..b4M. wn.r. Cbu. S.ek'a
ap.lle.tl... ....«• W 'b.lM M... .h.rjMW
ehains tauih. ih.n.. SI .Min. wm., Ik.se. 10
cbaina .or,., ta point •< Mi.BMeea.ent,
Dated Kb. MU, IW.
Ml 9Ml CHAS. I.RCK.
1....... aad ff.rk. I.r . l.ael.l lleea.. t. o.t
.Id err, .w.y t.ak.1 fr.a Ih. f.ll.wl.g
deacribed  I.a.. .tlualeS   I. W.s!  I..t.as.
diatrict:
.. CwatMclag at a poal plaa.ad about a
■llafroaa ah.r. .. Art.w IM; n wiatahl...
I.ka, B.rkad "W. F. ll|.l.l.'. N.W. Mraar paat,"
tkea.-a .aclh It. chain, tkr.iv. ml M ob.i.a,
tht.c. a.rih IS. ckana, tkear. wnl M .kalaa t.
p.i.t ol caaa.e.MW..t.
t U.aaraBB.-iB| at a paat pLatad a. ..rtk-wist
craet af ...Cia. Ne. . walked "W. r. Ogllvi.'.
N. R. Mi.er .Hi," Ikeae. ..nil IN .-kaia,. tk.BM
weat U ehalaa.ik.aee a.it. IH <.»l>a,.he.o. aast
It i-k.iBa la |".ial ef cawMOweat*
I. I '«■ i.sa.-lai at a .... wlaat.i1 .a N. K. ear
act af l...-all'.a Na. I. ... aarke. "W. 1'. 0(11-
.ie'a S.W. craar .Ml,- the.cIH okaiia ..rth, .1
ohaias east. IM i kaias mu... ,1 ekal.a weat te
pttiat nf i-...,B-..„l.
.. I'.aa.a.-iag at a pMt plaited .1 tke s.iitk-
wh. e.rner af fi.e.tl.1 Na. I, th.au. aurtk IH
ehalaa, the.c we.t It nkalna, tk.BM ..utk IH
ohaiaa, Ik.a.-a Mat 41 ...i.e t. pl.ea .1 c.w-
ae.oHi.it.
i C.aa.aci.g at a paat plaated about Jefa
BileBi.rtk tf LnnallM St. i, walked "W. F. llgil-
fl.'.S. W.Mr.erp.at," tf...MlH okaln aarlk,
theaca .1 ekal.a •».!, th..e. IN chaiaa aaatk,
llieai-B 10 eh.iaa wnl te ...Bt nt mww.bo.iii.al.
.. C.aae....| .t. pMt alfiBl«..iii-fiii!!i-w.*t
Mraer af l.eaati.. N*. i, a.d a.rk.d "W, V. (Ifli.
vi.'. H. E. .■•r.«pos»,-'th..e. lN.haias a.trlh, ,1
cl.aiue wast, IN ckaiaa aanth, 11 akaiB. eaal M
pninl nf i iiatfiaaii-aaiil
Ilnlcil Mai.li Mli. IS.;
inch 111 sat W. F. 0SII.V1E.
NOTIIE
Notloi is linr.li)' gi... lhat H daya aft.r ilal.
I inlend lo npply lo tk. I... Cki.f I'.aaia-
■ imiiim- i.f hallos and W.rks I.r »ap.eial lio.io.
to cut aad m.i'i .may tlab.r frta tk. fallow-
ing iiu*crillc.l lands -ilia... 1. W..I Km.m.i
district:
1. CuaBM.l.g at a post pl..t».* .. th. aast
kaak of Carib.. ( ra.k, akst.t..... wil.s Troa
lla....a City, and dale. Nth F.b. IMT, thaao.
si.nth It'll ohains t.MM Mat ll.h.i.s, .hoe.
nnrth ItHlck.i.s, ts.B0S wwttHeh.i.s .. is.iut
of 1-nmnieiic.aMt.
I!. C..niii..ciu|.l.postpl»lad aim. .a.-
kalfaila ..at of Cn... Cr.ak, aad " ail.,
(ron Unrii.B Cily. Salad Mk F.b. IWIl. Hnaca
•a.. l.'Och.i.e. tk.BM . ItkH.kails, thaao.
wa.. IBS chai.a, tha... a.rlk .1 ohaias lo paiat
i.r cnian.eiii-.a.at.
t. Cuaa.ne.ag It . Mt pIl.tM .Hit 12
ail.ifroaHu.to. City. .. M.th ald.Caribu.
Cra.k, dated  F.h   Iliad, INI, lh asl 1*1
chaiua, th.no. aouth il mbIm, tk..M we.l ISO
Mains, lh...'. ..rlh II ..... M p.ial «f ».
a.na.a.ul.
1. i■"»«...!.I ... Mal pla.tad.. th. w.at
aid. of Caribo. CrMk, ib.lt 11 ail.) fr.w II.r-
Ion City, datad F.h Uth. IBS), th.BMSO.th IN
chain., thaiiH wtst II okaiaa, th..e. aortk IM
akai.a,th.....aatll.hai.a M Miaiot Ma.
■BB.aa.Bt.
I.  I aabhiIii at. p.at plaatad .. th* WMt
aid. of Carllaaa Cra.k, ...» .1 ailM froa Barton City, Salad r.tk F.b. 1M7, tk.na. .n.th ISO
ckaiaa, tha.M w.st U .h.i.., tk.». ..rth ISO
• liaias, tka... ..at .1 ...... I. f.1'1 >1 ■"■■
■tlHIIlt.
I.   I '.ta.1,,1,1.1. Mat pl.uMd .. Ik. .a.t
.id. if Cribo. CrMk, abtet .1 ailaa fraa Uar
loa City, d.lad F.b Htt., INI, IksMs aa.tk IS.
ekaiaa,...... Mat II ...ay th.aas o.rtk 110
•hai.., thMM wast M .h.i.. M Mia! >f Wl-
a.iiMa.ut.
B."*dFeb.:27tb, 190*1.
■Itaak! IfO   B. CAUF1BI.L.
NOTICE.
Natl., la h.raby btm ah.» Ki l.y. aftar data
I ialeml In applv t. tk. I.I. Chl.f Commi.-
■loner of Land, aad W.rka f.r . apwl.l licence txi cut «nd carry .w.y llNMr tor. tb.
following des-rlhad laa.a, situaM I. Wwt
Kooleuay dinhrl.l:
Ciiaraenelng al a p.al pi..... abaal a wil. ar
a.i. Iruatk. w.st ah.r. af Spp.rArr.wUka,
.ad adjiiiaiai Tinb.r l.iwit Na. SM aa tha auulh
and msii.il "C, Sk.aa.r-. Mr.k-waet .-•ruar po.t. '
lk.Bia smih ISIakaiaa. tka... .as! l« rl.aiaa,
tha.ee aurtk IN idiaiu, tk.ace wea: 11 ukaiaa 1.
pl.e. of Maa..e.a.at.
Dated Fab. nk. 1H7.
..tack 2 C. BKINNllt.
NOTICE.
N
OTIC! IS UEItlST CITIN* thai thirty
NOTICE
Notice 1. kerrty (l.*a U.I SI d.ya »ft*r data
I Intend to apply t. tk. Cbi»f .'•ajmlarionar of
Unds and Worka for a HM..I licence to mil
and carry away tlabw flaw tb. following
described la.ds ia W.si K.o'e..y Di.lriol;
Cnamenciug al a pnst anrked "n kt. s.wyar'e
nortll-eaat corner post." pla.tw. .lo.gelila . poal
marked "H. Do.n.ll.y'a Mrtk-waat earner pint,"
on went aide ol Friahy CrMk, r...ing Miilh UP
chaina, Ihence eul SI .halBa, tkaaca ai.rth .0
cbaina, theace w.st 10 .h.i.., theuce .orth 80
ckaina, th.nce wm. 10 eli.Lata place if cob-
i.fceiient.
Dated March lal, INT.
R. II. SAWVER,
Ht nch S Par Jas i.d.rl.a. .(sat.
NOTIGE
Notice is hereby gives lhat 30 days
after (lute 1 intend to apply to tbe
lion. Chief t'emni«sinser of Ijinds
nnd Works for a special llcssce tn cut
and cany nway timlier fros. lhe f..l-
lowlllg described lands lituated in
Lutdeuu distriet:
Commonolng at a post planted ou
the east side of Fish ereek, about three
milei from mouth of Fish creek and
half a mile eust sf the kank. marked
"Whi. Parton's 8. R. corner oust,',
and duted March lath, 111)7, theme
north 80 chains, east 80 ehains, souih
80chains, west 80 shaim to pointof
commencement.
sut inch 16        WM. PARTON.
NOTIGE.
Notice ii fcereby flvoa that» diyi fr*m -lite
I inlend tt apply lo the Httenrtbip th* Cefel
CtmmlMlOOM of Uids tiii Werki for [i*r-
miekl»nlo puri'bM* ■• fillevlnf <lem-rlb*i1
im.!i, iltiiAied )■ (iilei*. ley, end more p»r-
i:.*i;,.rlT ieeiTlke)*. »* f«ll«Wi:
K.*»jiiiiiian ii * ;•«' jiiiiifsl -t the inrth-etit
cerner of Andy OImi'i rMth.Mdrttiert "P.
J I'l.t-i'i N, ff.i-ornei >*•'," theuceMcbftiQl
fait, thenct 40 chili* iouth thenct 4U fh&ln-i
west, thenct v) chtiu itrth tt polit of eom<
retirement, conttiulif IH tcrw xore or ie-ii.
littH Jen. .. th. INT.
lebieut P. J. OUO*.
N0TICE
Notice in litrtby cn Ihalll #■.*" ifttr i.u* I
ifi'-ri-: if %pf\jto}it* ItatraMtLbicf Comal*
siniT    ' Ufi-li   anil   Wtrh.e f« *tdr»-->    -, '.. (>iir
ohuithtfolloirlDidftttrlbtdltidii
Martingnta pott aarht.!  "|. N   flm-Ur,. -i
r-Un'.-l ai tht north ir*** <mui tf Ul ii't >n lhe
#.-t sl    ri - ( t'(itn»f  itfiw    Lall   HIIHI'   unit |0
chain*, north  il ohaiit, *Ml M ohhtli, Ibitt*
tlon-j tht  UU ahtrt wtth  t* pnitt •( <-•<*
nenctmeot.
Dated Ptb, I2th, ifC
•at inch a E-N. IIVDlinoN.
NOTICE.
XTOTICI L h.r.l.yalt.B U..H-I.y, after
X> lal. I inw.d M ..ply t* lh. Una lhe
Chief ' iimn-ii--ii.a«- .f la.da ».d Work* f.r
permlaalon lo purrbaa. MM f.ll.win| des«rihed
Ukiids. .Il.aled In WeM tMSal.y, SS tk. west
ihore nf (.'pper Arrww L*kr
Commencing .1 . poet aarkal ".I. C. H.'a
i.r.h-aaat c.r..r." pL.Md a. lh. Borlk-wesk
corner «f Ut 111, ihe.M wm. .1 «ha..a m.ra
..r leaa to the north-Mat Mr... of lall *.'.'(>.
thenoe Miilh .0 .h*l... tk.w.,1 *. .bain.
more or las. 10 tb. M.Ik wm. wraar «f Iii.
Mt, theuM  .mlh  II taalaa I. ..la, .1 n*a
sieseesisoi.
liaied thl. IM d«y 11*. IW.
J. 0, IABLOW,
met.« aal Hy ht. a(MI S. J. larl.w
after date I intend ts apply to the
Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands
j and \T*i-ks far spatial license, to cut
and carry sway ti.nk.i- from tke following ile.erii.ed lands  is Kooleuay
j District:
1. Commencing at a post plaated
laUut  ity uiles up ths North Fork of
GoMitreaia and marked "Uus Lusd's
N. II. oorner," thence wssl 8o chains.
theuoe iouth 80 chaini, thenee east 80
obaiss, I Inner nortli 80 ebains to poist
' sf coiHuieiicesient.
2. CniHiaancine; at a post plaated
at the N. H. cornerof Location Ne. I,
and Marked "Gus Lund's N. W. one-
s.r," tkmi.e east SO ohains, theses
...ill. 80 ehuins, Ihenc* west 80 Ckuius.
I lieu..s mu-th 80 chains te poinl of
cniimesessisst,
8.   Cosiraeseing at a pnst  planted
alisul 4| siiles up  the Nnrth Fork of
(lol.lst.i-.au. and marked "(lus Lui.u's
N, W. enrnsr," thenee *u,st IO ohains,
thenc* iuiiii. 80 ehains, lliesce west 80
ehains, It....... north 80 chains In point
of conin....■»...e.t,
4. Commencing at a past planted
about 4J aillss up the North Fork of
Ooldstrea.il and marked "(im Luud's
N. H. corser," thenes weat 80 chains,
tkenus south 80 ehains, thenes east 80
ehains, lbe.ee north 80 eliains to soint
of coisaienessient.
i.   Co......facing at a post planted
.bout, 4J miles up ths Norlh Folk of
(iol.lsti-eam and marked "(lus Lund'.
K.W. coiner," thence eaat 80 chaiss.
ihenc* north 80 chains, Ihence wesl Sl)
chains, thence south 80 chains to point
of commencement,
0. Commencing at a pust plunled
about 41 miles up the Nnrtli Fork of
(1..Listt-easi and marked "Uus Lund's
8. IS. cornel-," thenes west 80 chuius,
then.-, nortb 80 chains, I bancs east 80
chains, thenee south 80 chains tu point
nf commencement.
7. Commencing at a post planted
niiuii. (tj milea up the north fork of
Gold.l.r.am and marked "Gus Lund's
N. W. eorner," thence east 80 chains,
thenee south 80 chains, thenee west 80
chiii.s, I heme mirth 80 chains tn point
of commencement.
8. Commenting at a psst planted
about di iniles up the north fork of
Goldstream and marked "Uus Lund's
N. II. eorner," thenes weat 80 chains,
thencesouth 80 chains, thence east 80
ohalas. thenes north 80 chains to point
of eminence..lent.
0. Commenolng at a post planted
about (li miles up the north fork of
Golditrsaui and marked "Out Lund's
8. W. corner," thence east 80 chaina,
theses sortk 80 sheins, thine* weat 80
chsins, thenc* soutl. 89 chaini to point
of eoMtiisnesine.it.
10. Coinmeneing st a pnst planted
aluiut <H miles up the lorth fork of
Qolditream and marked "Gus Lund's
8. H, corner," thence west 81) chains,
thenes north 80 ehains, thence eust 80
chsins, thence south 80 chains to point
of co.nmsncsmsnt.
11. Commencing st s post planted
about 8J miles up the nmlh fork of
Guldsti-eam and marked "Gus Lund's
N.W. eorner," thence east 80 chains,
thence suuth 80 chains, thenee west 81)
chains, tbenee north 80 chains lo point
of .-..minencement.
Vi Commencing at a post planted
about 8J illiles up the north fork of
Golds, run in aud marked "Gus Lund's
N. H. corner," thenes west 80 chuina,
thence smith 80 chains, thenc* east 80
ciiiiins, thenc* north 80 chaina tn point
of con.meneement.
III. ('.uiiiii.neing at a post planted
shout 84 miles up the noith fork of
Goldstieam and marked "Gu. Lund's
S. K. corner," thence west 80 chaina,
thence nnrth 80 ehains. thence eust 80
ohains, thencesouth 80chains to point
of..........ncMinent.
14, Commencing st a post planted
about 8J miles up th* nortli fork of
Goldstream and marked "Gus Lund's
S. W. coiner," Ihence east 80chains,
tlienee north 80 chains, thenee west 80
elinins, tlienee south 80 chains to point
of commencement.
lo. Commencing st a post planted
shout 101 miles up the north fork of
Coldstream and marked "Gus Lund's
N. W. corner." thence east 811 chain.,
tbenee snutli 80 chains, thence west 80
chaini, thenc* north 80 chains to point
of con.mencen.ent.
1(1. Commencing at a p.ist planted
abuut UH miles up ths north fork of
Goldstream and marked "(lus Lund's
N*. K. corner." thence west Sll chains,
thence aouth Sll chains, thenCc enst Sll
ehains. thence nnrth 80 chsins lo point
of commencement
17. Commencing at a pus. planted
almnt llll miles up the north fork of
Qoldstream sod mnrkeil '-("-iib Lund's
S. K. corner," thence west so chains,
thence north SU chaina, thence enst so
ehains, thence south Sllchains to point
of commencement.
18. Commencing at a posi plnnted
ahout lui mib-s up tbe north fork of
Qoldstream and marked •"(in* Lund's
S. W. corner," thenc- ea-t HI. chains,
llienee north 80 chains, thence wesl 811
chains, thence s...ith8U chains to point
of commencement.
10. Commeneing ata po«t planted
about 12J miles "p the nurih furk *f
Qnldatream und marked "(in* Lund s
N. W. eorner." Ihence east 80 chain.,
thence sou.h Hi chains, the-nn. a,-*. BO
chains, thence north Hi chain, to poin.
of commencement.
20. Cummencing at a post planted
about 121 "lllos up the nurth furk nf
Goldstrsam .ml mnrked "(j... Lund'i
N. K. corner." (hence weat S'l chains.
Ihence south sll chuina. thenc. .-«.. Hi
chains, then.-e north so shalns to puint
of commencement.
21. Coinmeneing st a pnsl planted
about 121 milea up Ihe north fork nl
Coldstream an.l marked "(,ua [...nd's
S. W. curuer," Ihence enai 80chains,
thenee north 8(1 chains, thenc. we«( HU
cliains, ibenca aniith HII chni... tu point
of cninsiencement.
22. Commencing af a pus. planted
abuul 121 "lies up Ills north fork nf
Qoldstream and ma.ke.l "QusLnnd'i
S. K. corner." thence wen. mi chains.
thenc. noi-.h Wl ohains, thence e,i«t ."Sl
chains, th.nce aniith 80 clinin. to poinl
of commenc.ment.
Dated January 27th, 1007.
wl meh 0 OOT LI ND,
LAND NOTICE.
Nalli-tlH h'rthy fclftl thtt 0 itjn ifUHattl
Ith-ml t* applr tt >t:r ' hitf ("taniMltKir tf
l.nss'N tail W«kl ftr pmiMln tt [Mf-hast ib«*
("IUw tr "kesjriU'l U•*>*
' '••■"T.'-ii? at . ntnt ultttM tUnt I ■!!•«
■orth tf  Mt-fetttl*. f'ftth tt  tht Mil .hm if
Upper *rt"»* Uka, Itfiiin r 1.. •:. *■ tht itith
**•--* onriar rntaiai  ■*""'   '• ahnitfl,  itnth *»
chain, wt' «thtlsi, ttrth It )hilft<i ra fl*M tf
rtMBtittant.
•hit.** I'M, rub, 1M7.
f'hlwi L. 1- ikwak.
NOTICE
•J.ili-a la h.raby glva Ua. wkkl. ik.r.y data
aa ilal. 1 LteB. M anly M tk. llM.rabL
Chief i:..BBl«.i..tr af Uaa, a.d W.rka far a
ape.lal llee.ae 1-. .0. awl nrry away Uah., bf.a
tb.fo.l.wl.. daacrtbed luM. al.aalM I. Wee.
K.at'BBy DLfllat.
Cownaaaiai at tha Mrtk awl (awaar af Ut ISS;
tlie.e. ..rlh 11 okaiaa, lhe**. wn. IM ahalu,
ikeae. a.ulh H ekaan, rkeac-a Mat IN eb.hM
tn po... of BMncinl.
IH.WMAH LCVHKR 0OMFANT, I.T>.
Hated tki. Kh day tl Hml, |M7.
USS NOTIC*.
NatlM la bmbv |i-«a that N l.y. i.Ur data .
IW...  M apply >• tb. cbhvf   -..>■.,.,.- ,<
U.4.... W.rka far peralntaa M anreJa.se lb.
f.ll.wl.| dMnibM* l»da   ia W.rt rf...... r.l-
IrMI
S.aae.ela. al a .Ml pLaled aa weat .here ef
ll.fl-ar Arrow Uka, a* Shatter lay, at tb. M.t.-
efMte.nie.of UIIII, S..BM f.tl.wl.i ah. .oat.,
an, "Maarktry ef Ul Ml west. N okaiM, .he.ee
M.lh M eh.Iiu, au. Mekahaa. teuk N «*. Ib. t.
p«.at sf vMaia.BMBOBl    SoalsliL. ... i-t...
•>M Ma«M Iftb. INI
we.Bek.1 I   K.I
Ftc Emtor
KTorythwr^ tLtt'mtmmi itfiMi
—kiaiktaae mm! wmViiw'i—in
SHk LkitwJ •Ttnoatta
Sto-gte MrsaKtd torn*
DevUe IrMMttd Suit*
Mtrntatf
Fr»ok CtNkta
Trtw
Brerjr {«r«*M Immtsj tke Fit-
Reform khel—thc {starantae of
perfectM ia sjewhtr, w«rk»aa-
aiiip aad ruimt.
Stop ia aad mc tke spriag styles,
whethir yam ar« ready to buy
or not.
?
McKinnon & SutherM  ■   Revelstoke
I MAKE THAT 5S
Can be placed at Lowest Cost with the Non-
Combine Insurance Companies.
Best   Financial References.
E. A, HAGGEN, Real Estate and Insurance
Agent, Revelstoke, B. C.
hm\ m m foilowk companies
Lsndos Uutiial Fir* Iniuranc. Coeipsny
Ottawa Firs Iasnrinss Co.npasjr
Uontresl-Csnsda Iniuranii Contpanr
Tradsri Firs Imursnss Company
Hudsss B.y Iniuranc. Compasy
Anglo-Amerisan Firs lsiurancs Company
Bquity Firs Iniursnes Company
Colonial Firs Iniursnes Company
Winaiptf Fire Imursnss Compsny
Ontario Firs Iniuranss Company
Dominisn Fir* Iniuranes Compaay.
LIFE INSURANCE
Atsnt Ior ths Sun Lifs Auursncs Company, tlie Oldest,
fitron|ssl, Uosl Succesiful Liis Company of Cansds. Issuing
th* moit Liberal Iadiipulable Policy,
LIVE STOCK INSURANCE
A|*nt Ier ths Pioneer Live Stosk Inmrance Company.
EMPLOYERS LIABILITY, ACCIDENT
AND SICKNESS ASSURANCE
Agsnt Isr lhs Gsnsrsl Accidsnt Company ol Canada. Anosi-
ated wilh lhs Gsssral Assidsnt Compsny of Scotland, with
a eapital of 15,000,000.
PLATE GLASS INSURANCE
Agist lor ths Dominion Plate Glass Inturance Company   „
FIDELITY AND GUARANTEE INSURANCE
Agsnt for lhs London Guarantee and Accident Company
of England.
Writs me your requirement! on sny of  lhs  above
claisss of imurause and I shall hs glad to quote you rates.
E. A. HAGGEN
The Qlory
of Eastertide
should find your house bright snd
beautilul. Nice furniture will
greatly add to its effect, and aB we
are supplied with many artistic
sets and pieces which are bei
sold at remarkably low prices, you
should not allow the opportunity
to pass.
HOWSON & CO.
E.W.B.PAGETi«ONEY SAVED!!!
Express,
Draying
Storage
All Kindt ol Light and Heavy
Hauling Undertaken
BAPE8, PIAN08, ETC.
Iia.ler in Wood, Coal snd Feed.
ra.ru 71. House Phone 7
100 FOOT LOT
Twe Dwelling  Houses
1 BLOCK FflOM SCHOOL
PKItE   ♦J.OOO
Fer particular!) apply to
W.   B.   ROBERTSON
HY TRADING WITH UB.
From 25 tt 50  Per Cent
Saved on your Grocery Hills,
We sell at retail st lowest wholesale
price. Hotel snd hoarding house
keepers, I.r men, miners and lumber
man will Bud it to their advantage to
investigate us.
WE   PAY  THE   FREIGHT
to any railway station in British
Columbia. We only handle first-clsii
and purs goods. We guarantee
prsmpt delivery. No ordsr too smsll,
none loo large. Write (or our pries
liat. IT IH FKKK. lis convinced
Ihal you ran save money.
NORTHWESTERN SUPPLY HOUSE
2-59>i61 Stanley Hi, WINNIPEG, Man.
Windsor Restaurant
Mrs. II. J. lla.ihnry, Vanagress.
First-Claw Table.
Private **lnin| Boxes
..ana 0l.la.rMa fnr
UaB.,BOt», tiPM". »•.-
Furniihed     oomi To Lit
FIBST STBEKT, 1EVELST6KE
Look Well! Feel Well!
De yon eijoy tlmt well dieaied feeliiiK? W* sll know what
it feela liis to he hnt, to lis cold, er to •• tiled, and it is
jusl ss trusthatws all know what It feels like to he well
aressed. It feels Rood, and it's good to fesl good. You cu
esver lis well dressed if youi- clothes ars net snads by ths
right. Maker.
Get toknow we handle the 8BMI-RKADT GARMBNTS
asd you will find what a pleasure and utisfactiei it is tu be
well drewed.
Suite and Overcoate  SIS, 118, and S20.
Blue and Blaok Suite, the beet made, S20, & S2S
Right Overcoats, up-to-date  Prices: SIS and S20
Special Trousers 15 and $8.
fin
Tailoring it nur husinsss.
aid hs knows it.
Ws siaka a ua* look well
..Cressman  and Morrison*.
THE MOLSONS BANK
IncflriMirnttd bs Alt sf PsrliimtRt. IM.
HEAD OFFICE, - • MONTREAL.
Wm. Molhbn Maci'i.kuhiin, Pie.. H, Fl. Kwins, Viee-Pres.
JAMKH Ki.miit, Gsa.ial Maaagsr.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Hiity-tivo  l.raiehes in  Canada and   Agencies   in  all parti nf the
world.
Interest credited four times n year at current rale, on Having!
Bask deposits.
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Kbtiutoke, B. C.
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PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH }
S. McMAHON, ■ FIRST STREET \
Fsr Afrleoliirtl Inplsnsita. Oarrltitn, WiiKiiBH>Etc., Join,
Dttrt Ploifki, Uollss Wi-foiifl, Ci»4i Currlsis (Jsmpaiy'i
Btiflss, Plautt Jr., Utrdtu Bfltdsra ti-i CsltlTsfMin, Win
wrlikt Md BUsknnlth Wsrk sttsidsd ts.   Herts Bhesiss
Ipseltlty.
■REET j|
Jnlll. . |
aay's '.
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MILLING FLOUR
Today, is an snaol tcience. Gives a modern
plant, mob as lhat possessed hy Ths Columbia
Flsuring Mills Co., Ltd., ol Enderby, sn unlimited
nipplj ef Western Hard Wheat, and a thorough
knowledge of milling, carefully applied, and you
oan only get one result, viz:—GOOD FLOUR.
By exporting sll low grades and allowing
nothing but unilorm Granular Hungarian Flour
to enter into "MOFFET'S BEST FLOUR." This
Flour is ths Anest in the land. Prove it by aetual test.
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I P.   BURNS   &  COMPANY,   LIMITED.
HEAD OCriCK: Ciuurt, ii.iiMHTa.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Paek.n and Dealer   In Live Stock.   Uarketa .a all th. priaelpal Cities and
Towns .1 Alberta. British buumhla and lhe Yukon.  Parlor, of th. Celebrated I
"Im erator" llama and Baron, and Sharaiock Brand, Mlf .Lar...
««%«u«t
Central Hotel
g—    -REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON BROS., PROPRIETORS.
Newly built.     First-class in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.50 per Day. Sped I Weekly Rates,
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
ORIENTAL HOTEUav
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rat:s $i a day.   Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET    STOITB    PEOR
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands oi Wines, Liquorsand Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will lind excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF YOUNG,        -       -       Proprietor
HOTEL VICTORIA
'Under New  Management)
ROBT.  UUQHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,   B.  C.
First-olas accommodation (or trsTellen.
Best brands el Wines, Spirits, and
Cigars.
RATES  SI  AND  S1.60  PER   DAY
FREE  BUS  MEETS  ALL TRAINS 1
iMJl IVJl'J
Notico is l.orehysire., tlw, Builays ..iter .lute I
iiil.-iiil ti. apply le On- I'lnuf (:.i.......s*.(...ur nl
lMulaa.iil.Vi.rka (ura siiivi.i. lleimsa tmut anil
curry u.viij tinil.rr frmn li. fnllnii-iiip ildtcrilisrt
Irnilfl Bitlialeil in lh. Osiitmis iliriau.B .f Villa
lii'lriit:
R. I'unimniiciiifi- at e pnst mnrt-eil "Hurry
Mclntiisl.'s N.E. enrnor pusl Nn I," ,...l plnulud
at ll.o iii.r.li-wosl corner nf H. Hclnlnah'a Luc...
I inn Nn. -. lln).ICU SOUtl. So ClllllllH, thoncrs WOSt
M. chains, theu.ee ..nrth SO chains, tliouce eusl SI)
chains to (mint of ifiiiniiieiicomont.
O.leil lit. March, 1IK.7.
HARHV McINTOSH,
sut moh 20 Ily .1 K llriuk, Ann....
IS OTICE
Notice la hcruty kIyuh Ihal thirty days ufler
dale 1 intond to api.ly tn the Chlol Cominla
slonor ot Linda and Worka fur. apodal lloeuae
to cut and curry away limhor Irom tlie l.ll.iv-
lui ilnacrlbi-d lamia sl waled ... tha Osoyoos
division, Vala District:
1. Commenclnit ut a post plunted almut
hull« mile north ul the niirtli-aust conior ol
Sugar Liki and about 1 nolo oast..f the Snus-
wai. river, und murked'"H. Mclntnah'ssouthwest enrner post No. 1," thouoe oast SO OPS os,
thonco north KI clialns, theuoe west Sll oliulns,
llionce south SO ohalos to luiiut ol commence.
ment. ,     ,.,,,,,
2. Ciimmoiicluii at a pust olantid at the
north-wesl cornor of Location No. I, and marked ' H. Mcintosh's sniilh-ivast cornor post N...
2," thonce eust HI chains, ihence nur. I. HI chuius,
thenco wosl SO chnlns, llie...-. south HI .-hains to
pninl nfci.miiiencenie.it.
Dated Uth March, lia.7.
HAKRT McINTOSH,
an. meh tl Hy a. K. Mrl.ik, Aiiont,
notice"
Nolle! Il Imreliy ilnn that 80 iiaya altar .lute I
liitvnd to np|..y In lln Una. the Cl.iof Ifniamisali...
cr nl l,.ia.la .....I Wurka lur a apcclnl lie.-..,, tn cut
ami carry away limber Irom th. lollowlng de-
icrihcil landa In Wosl Kuotenny illa.net:
Commencing at a pott plnnted on Iho onst
shoroof Upper Arrow Lake, abont .nomile
aoutbof Cape Horn, marked ' A. t), I,, N. w.
comer," thonee rutiulug.iist SO ohnins, thenoe
south SO ehnins, thence wesl 80 chains, thonco
uorth Sll cbnins to point ol oiniineticoniu.it.
■ Datod March 16th, HOT.    ,        ,
an. moh ffl A. C. YODEH, Locnt.r.
NOTICE
Notice la booby given .hut So* daya after date
I Intend to npply to tho Chief Coininla*tonor of
Unds and Works for a special Ik-on-eliu-ul
au.ica.ry awny limber fro... tl.o following do-
sifrlb...! luuda sltua.ed In the Weat Kooleuay
Distriot:
l'uiuiiionriiiK- ut ii .s.st plnntod nbout DOchn.ns
west of Lot 311IS, thouce 20 chnlns north, 20
chuius ensl, CO chuius uorth, SU chains wost, III
ehnins south, and SO ehuins eas. hi pointol
cniiiiioiici.iiii.nl.
Dnied l!.h March, 1W7.
sat mcli St H. F. PEIIRY.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Nutlco la hereby given thn. the partnership
hcri'tulore ell.ling between J. R. Ki.biu.en
aud J. A. Lewis, all ..I wigwam, B.C.. hai been
diisiilveil and all businesa will 111 Inline be
carried ua by J. A Lewla.
Unci this llilh day ol Marck, wi.
sal meh 23 J   -. I1KWI8,
NOTICE
N'uti.-e is her. by given lhat 30 days
ufier date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special licence to cut and
carry away timber Irom the lollowing
described lands situate in Yale District:
9. Commencing at a post planled
at the north-east corner of Lot 2818,
and niarked "A. M. Symons'N. IV.
coruer posi," thence east 60 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thouce west
100 chaina, more or less, to boundary
of Lot 2818, thenco north-easterly
along said boundary to place of coinmencement.
10. Commencingat a post planted
at the north-west oumer ol Timber
Limit lMli8, and niaiked "A. M. Symons' 8. VV. corner posi," thence
noith 80 chains, thence cast 80 chains
thence south 80 chains, thence west
80 chains to place ol rommenceiiie.it.
11. Commencing at a post planted
at the north-east corner ol Timber
Limit 10405, and marked "A. M. Sy-
mom' 8. E. corner post," thence writ
160 chains, thence nurth 40 chaini,
thence easl 16J chaini, thenes loutb
40 chains to place cl commencement
11 Commencing at a post planted
at Ihe soulh-east corner of Timber
Limit 10472, and marked "A. M, Symons' S.W. corner post," tlience east
80 chains, thenee nonh 80 chains,
ihence west 80 chains, thence south
80 ohains to p'ace of commenenoe-
ment.
13 Commencing at a poat planted
at the north-west corner ol Timber
Limit 10465, and marked "A. M. Symons' N. E. comer pnst," thence west
160 chains, thence south 40 chains,
theuce east 160 chains, thenoe north
40 chains to place uf commenoement.
14. Cummencing at a post planted
one hall mile south ol the north-west
corner of Timber Limit 10466, and
marged "A. M. Symons' N E. corner
post," thence west 160 chains, thenoe
soutli 40 chains, thence east 160
chains, thence nurth 40 ohains to
place ot commencement.
15. Commencing at a post planted
at the north-west corner of Timber
Limit 10473, and niarked "A. M Symons' N. E. corner post," theuce west
160 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence east 160 chains, theuce north
40 chains to place ol commencement.
16. Commencing at a post plumed
20 chains east of the north-west eurner
of A. M. Symons' No. 8 Timber Application, prior location, and marked "A.
M. Symons' 8. W. corner post," tlience
east 80 ohaini, thence north 80 chains,
thence west 80 ohaini, tlience soutli
80 chains to place ol c. iiimenceiuent.
17. Commencing at a poit planted
20 chaini east ol the north-west corner
ol No. 16, and niarked "A. M Bymons'
8. W. oorner post," ihence east 80
ohains, thence nortl. 80 ohains, thenoe
west 80 cliains to place ol commencement.
18. Commeneing at a poit planted
20 chsins east ol the north weit corner
ol No. 17, and msrked "A.M. Symons'
8. W. corner poit," thence east 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chaini. thence south 80 chains
to place ol commencement.
19. Commencing at a sost piloted
atthe north-west corner ol Timber
Limit 10469, and marked "A. M. Symons' N. E, corner post," thence west
60 chains, .hence south 120 chains,
Ihence east 40 chains to boundary ol
Lot 2818, thence north easterly aiong
said boundary to the south-weBt corner of Timber Limit 10469, thence
north 80 chains to place ol cummencement.
Datal March 9th, 191)7.
sat moh 28 A. M. SYMONS.
LAND NOTICK.
Nnllot' la li.irchyglvoiitli.it6.1 ihtya altor ilntel
Intend to apply (" the Chlof Cnmnilaalnner of
Lnmls .mil Vimih*. Inr pormlaalou to nurcli'iaetie
fnlinwlng ueai-rllHitl Iiiiulii Ii. Woat Kuiituuny rtli-
trlctl
(J'»i»uc<>'-Iuk at a ..oat ptuntcl about nmi mllo
eaat n( l,ut Wis, nn almre of N.K. Annul Armw
Lake, thunce auuth SO chalna, easi mi chains,
norlli S'l cluilna, writ so chnlni to pulut of commencement.   Containing Bill acres.
Dntod March llth, HOT.
wwl melt II H.HUIIIU.1,
Notice Is hereby given that Iill days
after date I inlend to apply to the
Hon. theOhlnf Coiiinil-islonei-of binds
and Works for n special licence to clil
and carry n.vny titnliei from the following described lands, sitnnted on
the west side of the tipper Aiioiv
Luke in tlie West Kootenay Distriet:
1, Commencing ut a stake planted
midway on the east line of Umber
Limit No. 748*>, and marked "F, K.
Fulliner's south-west eorner post,"
thenee north along snid line X0 chains,
thenco east 80 chains, thenee south 80
chains, thonee west HI) chains to point
of commencement.
2. Commencing at tl.e north-west
oornor of No. 1, thence nurth 80 ehnins,
thence west HO elinins, thenee south HI
clmins, thence east 80 chains tu puint
of commencement.
S. Cummencing ut the south-west
corner of No. 2, thence west 8U clmins,
thenee north 811 chains, thence east 811
chnlns, thence south 80 chains to point
of commencement,
4. Commencing at lhe south-west
cornei. of No. 8, thenee west 811 ehnins,
thence noith 81) chnius, llienee eusl XI)
chains, thenee south XI) ehnins tu puint
of cu....i.e..cement.
.1. Commencing at thu north-west
corner uf No. 4, thenoe north HO ehuins,
thenee inst HO chains, thence south 80
chuina, thenee west 80 ehains to point
of commencement.
Dated Feb, 28th, 1907.
(I. Coinnieiiciiig at the uorth-east
corner of No. 4, thencu north 8(1 ehnins.
thenceeast 80cbnins, thencu south80
chnlns, thenee west Sl clmins to point
of commencement.
7. Commencing about midway un
ll.e west line of application No. 5,
thonce north along snid line SI clmins,
thence west 80 chains, thence suulh SI
chnlns, thenee enst SI ehnins to point
of commencement.
8. Commencing nt the nurth-east
corner of No. 7, thence north 40 ehuins,
thence wesl. 100 ehnins, thenee south
40 ehains, thence enst Kid chains tu the
point of commencement,
9. Commencing nt the northeast
cornerof No. 5, thence north 80 clmins,
tlience enst S) ehuins, thence south SI
cbnins, thenee west 80 ehnins to point
of no......ei.cement.
10. Commencing at the north-east
corner of No. 5, thence nnrth 8(1 clmins,
tlience west 80 chaiua, thenci. south Sl
chnius, thenceeast 80 clmins to point
of eon..i.e..cement.
Dated Mnrch 1st, 1907,
F. P. FULLMER,
ant meh 9     By Hurry Smith, Agent,
NOTICE
 'E Is liorehy given thnt sixty   dnys
nfter dnte I intern! toapply to the ('hlef
Com missioner of Lnnds and Works fnr special
llconse to cut nnd curry nwny timber from the
following described lands situate is Yale
district:
1. Commencing at a postphntedonlhe east
nide uf HninlKiw Creek, a tributary of 8liUHwap
Hirer, and nUrnii 9 miles from its muuth, and
markoil ''A. M. Symons' N K. coraor sunt,"
thence west 811 chains, tlience smith SO elinins,
thenceeast 80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
place nf commencement,
Dated Keb. llth, 1*07.
2. HJom mencing at a pnst planted % niilesouth
of Rainbow Creek anil 3% miles frmn its moulh
and marked "A. M. Symons'N. W. corner post."
tlience south 80 chains, thence east 80 clialns,
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains ts
place of commencement.
Dated Feb Uth, 1907.
3. Commencing at a post planted en the west
hank of the Shuswap Kiver and ahout nne mile
from Its muuth, marked "A, M. Symons'S. R.
corner post," thence west 80 chains, tbenee nnrtli
80 chains, thence east $'i chains, tlience south 80
chnius to place of commencement,
4. Commencing at a post planted 40 chains
north of location No. 5, and marked '"A. M. Sy-
mens'S.W, corner poet," thence north 80 chains,
thenoe eaat 80 chains, thence iouth HO chains,
tlience west 90 chains to place of commencement.
Dated Feb. Hit, 1007.
5. Com me nc in« at a post planfcstl t miles Ina
northerly direction from the south-west corner of
Lease mn, and marked '*A. M. Symons' N. G.
corner post," thence smith 80 rlinins, thence west
80 chains, thetice north 80 chains, tnence east 80
chains to place of commencement,
0. Commencing at a pnat planted 2 milea In a
northerly direction from the south-west corner of
Lease 2818 and Dirked "A. M. Symons'S. W. corner post "thence north 100 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south-westerly 1C0 chalas more or
lesa, following boundary of Lot 8818 to point of
com ne my m cut.
Dated Feb. lind, 1907.
7. Commencing at a pnst planted I'i miles
nnrth easterly nf Sugar Lake, and mnrked "A- M.
Symons' N. W. enrner post," thence smith B0
chaini, thence east 80 chnlni, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chnius to point of commencement.
8> Commencing at a post planted 20 chains east
of Location pust No, 7, and marked "A. M. Sv-
mons' S. W. corner post," thence imrth 80 cliains,
tlience eaat 80 chains, thence suutii 80 ehains,
them-e west 8() chains to place of commencement
Dated Feb. 23rd, liM'Tj
sat inch 2 A. M. SYMONS.
NOTICE
Notice ts hereby given t at 9u dayi afterdate
I Intend toapply In (he Chief Commissioner of
Lauds and Works for as eclai license to rut
and carry t mber from the following described
lands iltuated in tbe Lillooet District, B. fi,:
7. Commencing at a post planted on the
north bank of h small lake at the head of the
west fork of Fisher Creek, tributary to Adams
Lake, and about six mlton from the north end
of Adamn Lake, marked "A. McConnell's S.VY.
comer Either Creek Limit No 7," running 80
chalna north, 80 chains oa«t, 80 chains south. 80
ehnins weet lo point of commencement.
8. Commencing at a post planted on the
north bank of a small lake at head of went fork
Fisher Creek, tributary to Adama Lake, and
about Mx miles from tho north end of Adama
Lnke, marked "A. Mc. onnell's N. W. corner
Fisher Creek Limit No. 8," running 160 chains
south, 40 ohains en-it, 100 chains north, 40 chains
west to point of coinmencement.
9. Commencing at n post planted on tho
north bank of a small lake at hund of weet fork
of Fisher Creek, tributary to Adams Lnke aud
about six miles from the north end of Adams
Lake, marked "A, Mc* onnell's S. K. cornet
FiiherCreik Limit No. 9," running 80 chains
norlh, 80 chuius wt at, 80 chains south, 80 chnius
enst to place of eouimencameftt.
10. Commencing ut a post planted on north
bank of n small lake at beaaof west fork of
Fisher Creek, tributary to Adams Luke and
about six miles from north end of Adams Lnko.
mnrked "A. »'eConneH's N.K, corner Fisher
Creek Limit No, lo," runniug 160 chains -south,
40 chains wust, 160 chains north, 40 chaius enst
to place of commencement.
11. Commencing ut a inst plauted one mile
south from n small croek, running west from
lako at hend of west fork Fisher Creek, nnd
aboul 14 miles from inld lnke, mnrked "A, Mc*
ConnellsB. W, corner Fisher Creok Limit No.
11," running 100 ehuins north, 10 ehuins east, 100
ehnins south, lOchains west to place of cun*
uitmcemcnu
IS. Commencing at a post planted nenr tho
bank of small creek running noulh-we-1 from
lake at bead of Fisher Creek abuut l\-t miles
from Fold lake, marked "A, McConnell's N. E.
corner Fisher Creek Limit No. I'i," running lOo
ohnlns south, 40 chnlns west, 100 chains north.
40 chains cost to place of commencement.
Datod March 13th, 1907.
wod meh 2? A. McCONNELL.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days after date
I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and works for a special' licence to cut
and cany away timber irom the following described lands lu West Kootenay District;
Commencing at a post planted on the shore
of Uppor Arrow Lake close to Galena Point,
running enst 80 chains, thenoe north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chnlns, thence south 80 chains
to point of oommoncement.
2, Commencing at a post planted on the
shore of Upper Arrow Lake, nbout one mile
from (luk'im Point, running north 80 chains,
tlienco east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains
thence west 80 chains to point of coinmencement. along thc lnke shore.
Dated Fob. 1Mb. 1007-
sat feb « W, F. OGILVIE.
NOTICE
Notico la liorolij ulvon thai 80 days after date
I li.iiiiil In unlil)- tu the Hon. I'luof Commls-
alonur of Ijinda nnil Worta for pcrnilsaion lo
piircliara ll.o following ilwcrllieil lands:
Hlluitlcd iiIhiui two nitlce nortli of lhe moulh
nf McDonald Creek, on tho caat shore of Cpper
Arrow Lake, Joining T. LOIS on lhc south-
woat corneri running cutIII chains, soulh .0
chains, west ID chains, north 111 chains la place
uf com liifi-liii-iil.
DnUidMurolillh, 1IWJ
asl until II I'llOMAS WllIUHT,
Notice is hereby lhat 30 davs after .l.-.t
I intend lo applv 10 the Chief Commissioner of Lands mul Work, for a special
licence lo out nnd curiy away timber from
the folliiiving described lands In Wesl
Kiiiitenui district
1. (','iniiii'iiiing ai .1 post planted on
the soulh hank of Eight Mile Creek .-ilni.il
ri mile from ils mouth, marked "'E. A,
Bradley's S. K. corner posi," ihence west
80 chains, thence north So chains, Ihence
cast Ho chains, tlience soulh 80 chains to
[joint of commencement!
2. Commencing at a posi planted on
soutl. hank of Eight Mile Creek abmu half
a mile from its moulh, niarked *'E. A.
Bradley's N. E. comer post," thence west
80 chains, thence soulh 80 chains, thence
east 80 cliains, thenee norlh 80 chains to
point of commencement.
3. Commencing at a posi planled on
soulh bank of Eighl Mile Creek about one
and a half miles irom its inoulli, marked
"E. A. Bradley's S. E, corner posl,"
Ihence west 80 chains, thence norlh 80
chains, Ihence easi 80 chains, Ihenco
soulh 80 chains to point of commencement.
4. Commencing at a post plantcil on
soulh hank ot Eight Mile Creek about one
and a half miles from its moulh, niarked
"E, A. Bradley's N. E, corner posl,"
thence wesl 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, tlience
norlli 80 chains to point of commencement,
5. Commonclug at a post planted on
south bank of Eighl Mile Creek ahoul Iwo
and a half miles from ils moulh, marked
"E. A. Brndley's N. E. corner post,"
thence west 160 chains, thence soulh 40
chains, Ihence east 160 chains, thence
north 40 ehniiis to point of commencement.
6. Commencing at a post planted on
south hank of Eiglil Mile Creek ahoul lwo
and a hall miles from ils mouth, marked
"E. A. Bradley's S. E. corner post,"
thence wesl 80 chains, Ihence norlh 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
souih 80 chains to point of commencemeni.
7. Commencing at a posl planled one-
half mile cast of Columbia river on easl siile
and one mile below Big Mouth Creek,
marked "E. A, Bradley's S, W. corner
post," thence easl 80 chains, Ihence north
80 chains, ihence wesl 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement,
8. Commencing al a post planted one-
hall' mile east of Columbia River 011 easl
side and one mile below Big Moulh Creek,
marked "E. A. Bradley's N. W. corner
post," thence east 80 chains, ihence soulh
Sochains, thence wnsl 80 chains, ihence
north 80 cliains to point of commencement.
9. Commencing at a post planted one-
half mile easl of Columbia River on east
side and one and a half miles below Big
Mouth Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley S
S. W. corner post," thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence wesl  80
hains, thence soulh 80 chains to poinl
of commencement.
to. Commencing it a post planted one
half mile easl of Columbia River on east
side and one and a half miles In-low Big
Mouth Creek, marked "E. A. Brndley's
N. W, corner posl," ihence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence, west 80
hains, tlience north 80 chains lo point of
commencement.
1, Commencing at a post planted on
lhe aouth side of Soard Creek aboul 60
chains from its mouth, marked "E. A,
Bradley's S. E. corner post," thence wesl
80 chains, Ihence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
point of commencement.
12. Commencingal a post planted on
soulh side of Soard Creek about 60 chains
from its moulh. marked "Ei A. Bradley's
N. E. corner post," thence west 80 chaius,
Ihence south 80 chains, thence east So
chains, thence north 80 chains lo point of
commencemeni.
I]. Commencing al a post planled on
norlh side ot Soard Creek aliout one mile
and 60 chains from its moulh, marked "E.
A. Bradley's S, E. corner post," thence
west 80 chains, thenes north 80 chaini,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains to point of commencement.
14. Commencing ata post planted on
norlh sideof Soard Creek aboul one mile
and 60 chains from its moulh, marked "E.
A. Bradley's N, E. corner posl," Ihence
west 80 chains, Ihence south 80 chaina,
thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains .0 point of commencement.
15. Commencingat a post planted on
norlh side of Soanl Creek nboul two miles
and 60 chains from its mouth, marked "E,
A. Bradley's S. E. comer post," thence
west 80 chains, thence north Sochains,
thence east 80 chains, thence soulh 80
chains to point of commencemeni.
16. Commencing at a post planted on
norlh side of Soard Creek ahout two miles
and 60 chains from its mouth, maiked "E.
A. Bradley's N, E. corner post," tlience
west 80 chains, thence sou.li 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains to poinl of commencemeni.
17. Commencing at a post planted on
norlh side of Soard Creek about 3 miles
and 60 chains from its mouth, marked "E.
A. Bradley's S. E. corner posl," Uience
wesl 80 chains, ihence north So chains,
thence east 80 chains, Ihence south 80
chains to point of commencement,
18. Commencing al a post planted on
north side of Soard Creek about 3 miles
and 60 chains from ils mouth, marked "E.
A. Bradley's N. E. corner post," Ihence
west 80 chains, Ihence south 80 chains,
Ihence east 80 cliains, thence north 80
chains to point of commencement.
19. Commencing at a post planted on
the east side ol Columbin River and two
and a half miles from the Columbia River
and one and a half mites north ot Big
Moulh Creek, marked "E. A. Brndley's
N.W. corner posl,"thence south Sochains,
Ihence easl 80 cliains, llienee norlh 80
chains, Ihence west 80 chains, lo point ol
commencement.
■in. Commencing al a posl planted on
the east side of Columbia River and lwo
and a half miles from the Columbia River,
and one and a half miles norlh of Big
Mouth Creek, marked "E. A. Brndley's
S. W. corner post," thence easl 80 ehuins,
Ihence norlh 80 chains, Ihence wesl 80
cliains, Ihence soulli 80 chains to poinl of
commencement.
2.1 Commencing ala post planted on
the east side of Columbia River and one
and a halt milei from the Columbia River,
and two and a half miles north ol Big
Mouth Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley's
S, W. corner post," thence north 80 chains,
theuce east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, Ihence wesl 80 chains to poinl of
commencement.
13, Commencing at a post planled on
east side of Columbia riverand on south
side and one mile from mouth of Howard
Creek, marked "E, A. Brndley's S. W.
corner post,' thence east 80 chains, ihence
north 80 chains, thence wost 80 chains,
thence iouth 80 chains to point of commencement.
23, Commencing al a post planted on
east side of Columbia River and on south
side and one mile Irom moulh of Howard
Creek, marked "E, A. Bradley's N. W.
comer post," thence cast Sochains, Ihence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
Ihence north 80 chains to point of commeucemeut.
24, Commencing at a post planted on
east side of Columbia River and on norlh
side and two miles from mouth of Howard
Creek, marked ''E. A. Bradley's S. W.
corner posl," thence easl 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, (hence west 8g chains,
meneement.
15. Commencing at a posi planled on
east side of Columbia Kiver anil on nonh
side and iwo niilrs from mould of Howard
Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley's N. W,
comer post,".hence enst 80 ehnins, Iheuce
soulh 80 chains, Ihenc.- wesi 80 chains,
ihence norlh So cliains io point of commencement,
26. ^ Coinnieiiciiig nl a posl planled on
east side of Columbia Riverand ou south
side anil 3 ... iles from mouth of Howard
Creek, .narked "E. A Brndley's S. W.
comer posl," Ihence easi Ko ehnins, Ihence
norlh 80 clmins, Ihence wesl 80 chains,
ihence south 80 cliains to poini of commencement,
27. Commencing al a posl planted on
east side of Columbia River au.l on north
side and 3 miles fron. moulh of Howard
Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley's N. W.
corner posl," thence eas.811 chains, theuce
south 80 cliains, Ihence wesl 80 cliains,
in point of commencement,
28. Commencing al a post plunled on
easl side ef Columbia River and on south
siile and 4 miles from moulh of Howard
Creek, marked "E A, Bradley'. S. W.
enrner post," Ihence easl 80 chain., Ihenc.
norlh 80 chuius, Ihence wes. 80 chains,
Ihence soulli 80 chains lo pninl of oommoncement,
29. Commencing nl 1. pus. planled on
east side of Columbia Riverand on north
side and 4 miles from moulh of Howard
Creek, marked "E. A. Bradley's N. W,
corner posl." Ihence easl80 cliains, Ihence
soulh 80 chains, ihence wesl 80 chains,
Ihence norlh 80 chains lo poinl of commencement.
30. Commencing at a posl planted on
norlh side of Maloney Creek, 60 chnlns
from Columbin River, marked -'E, A.
Brndley's S, E. Conner post," Ihence wesl
Sochains, I hence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, Ihence suulh 80 chains 10
point of commencement.
31. Commencing al a post planleil on
south side of Maloney Creek and two
miles and 60 chains from moulh of creek,
marked "E. A. Bradley's s! E. comer
post," Ihence wesl 80 chains, Ihence north
80 chnius, thence easl 80 clmins, Ihence
soulh Sochains to poinl of commencement.
32. Commencing al a post planted on
soulh side of Maloney Creek and 2 miles
and 60 chains from ils mouth, niarked "E.
A. Brndley's N. E. corner posl," Ih.nce
west 80 chains, Ihence south 80 ehains,
thence east 80 chains, Ihence norlli 80
chains lo place of commencement.
33. Commencing al a post planled on
south side and 3 miles and 60 chains from
moulh of Maloney Creek, marked "E, A.
Bradley's S. E corner posl," thence west
80 chains, Ihence north 80 chains, thence
easl 80 chains, Ihence soulh 80 chnius lo
point of commencement,
34. Commencing at a posl planted on
soulh side and 3 miles and 60 chains from
moulh of Maloney Creek, marked "E. A,
Bradley's N. E. comer posl," thence west
80 chains, thence soulh 80 chains, Iheuce
asl 80 chains, thence norlh 80 chains lo
point of commencement.
IH. Conimenclng at a post planted l» ohaini
wost of Columbia Ilivor und two milea
aem-h uf otalonuy Creek, marked "K. A.
Bradley sN, f,. owner post," thenc. south llll
chains, thenco west 4.1 clmins, thenco north 11)0
clmins, thenoe .ast, (10 chains to point of commencement
36. Commencing at a posl, planted 9(1 chains
west of Columbia River and three miles
"oath of Maloney Creek, marked "K. a.
Bradley a N K. corner post," tnonoe auuth Stl
cha na, thonoo weat 80 chains, tlience north SO
chaina, thonue east 80 ohalna to point of commencement.
57. Commenolng at a poet planted SO ohalna
™t of Columbia Biver and lour mllea
south of Maloney Creok, marked "K. A.
Bradley a N. K. corner post," thenoo south Si
ohalni, thenoo west 80 chains, thenoe north mi
ohalna, thonco east 80 chainB to point of commencement
38. Commenolng at a poat planted one nnd
one-half mllea from Columbia Kivor and one
mile north of Homo Creok, marked "li. A.
Bradley's S. K, coruor post," thenoo north 80
ohalna, thouoe west 80 chains, thonce south 80
ohains, thenoe eaat 80 ohalm to point of commenoement,
39. Commencing at a poet plantod two and
one-half mllea from Columbia Hirer aud one
half mile north of Home Creek, marked "K, A.
Hradley'a S. K. corner post," thenoe north «c
ohalna, thence wast Wl ohnins, thence south 80
chalna, theuoe eaat 80 cliain- to poln".. of com-
meneemetit,
lu. Commencing nt a post planted one mile
from Columbia Ilivor and on the auuth bank of
Horn. Creek, marked "K, A. Hradley'a a, K
corner posl," thence west 80 ohalna, ihence
north Stl chains, llienee east Nl ohains, thence
south 80 ohalna to point of commencement.
II commencing at a poat planted ouo mile
from Columbia Riror and on south bankof
Home Creek, marked "U. A. Bradley's N. K.
comer post," thouce west HU ehains, theuoe
south Ml ohains, thenc. cast 80 ohains, theuce
norlh Stl chalna to point ol commencement.
Dated .March 2nd, 111.7.
wod inch a. K. A. BRADLEY.
NOTIGE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days after date
we intend toapply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lauds aud Works for a special liceuce to cut
uud curry away timber from the following described lands situated in West Kooteuay district, B.C. ;
1. Commencing nt a post marked "Lamb*
Watson Lumber Co. north-east corner post,"
planted at thc southeast corner of Heri.li No,
dli, theuce south 80 chuius, thonce west 80
chaius. theuce north 80 chains, ihenee eust 80
chains to point of commencement.
'i. Commencing at a post mnrked "Lamb-
Watson Lumber Co, Houth-west coruer post,"
planted nt tho south-east cornerof fiertti No.
Till, thence north 80 chuius, easl 80 chuius,
south 80 chaius, west 80 chains tu point ot
commencement.
3. Commencing ut a post marked "Uiub-
Waison Lumber i'o, south-east cornel posl,"
planted ut the soulh-wesl corner of Berth No.
7111. theuce norlli 100 chains, tlienee wesl 40
chuius, theuce south 100 ehuins, thence eust 40
chains to point of coinmoncemeut,
4. Commencing ut a post marked "Lamb
Watson Lumber Co north-went comer post,"
plumed ut the south-east corner of berth No.
7111,11101)00 south 80 chains, theuoe eust 80
clmiiis, thence north 80 ohains, thenoe west 80
chuius to point ol' commencement,
Dated this 4ih day of Maroh, 1007.
Lamii-wathun lumhkk Uu., Limited,
inch 0 sut
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that within two
months from the first publication hereof in tbe
liritish Columbia Uazokte, we iutond toapply
to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lnnds and
Works for a special licence to cut and earry
uwuy timber from the following described
lauds situated in Wosl Kootenny disu'ic. I
1. Commeueiug at u post plunted on the
uorth bunk of Johnson Creek nud about three-
(-miners of a milu from Fish Creek, marked
"D Mcintosh und Wm. lloyd's H. W. corner
post," ihence north 40 chaius, thenee eust 100
ehuins, thence south 40 ehuins, theuce west 100
chains to tiie poinl of commencement.
i. Commencing at u post planted on the
nurth bankof Johnson Creek aud about three-
quarters of a mile from Fish Creek, mm ked
'"D. Molntosh mid Wm. -Boyd's N. w. coruer
post," thence east 100 chains, thonce south 40
ehuins, ihence west 100 chains, thenco norlli 40
chains to the point of commencement.
Losutod March 7th, 1907.
D. MoINTOHII,
wed inch 20 WM, BOYD, Locators.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby ni von that 30 dnys after date
I intenil in apply to the Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands nud Works for a speciul liceuce
to out and curry away timber from the following descrihed lands, situated iu the Osoyoos
division of Yale distriot i
5. (Tommenciug at a post planted nt the S.W.
corner of Timber Limit No. 0123, marked "H,
Mcintosh's S. K- coruer post No, 5," thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chnius, thenco
south 80 chaius, theuoe east 80 ehuins to point
of commeucemeut.
Dated 2*-ud Feb. 1907,
8. Commencing nt a post planted tit the S.W.
corner of No, 6, marked "H. Mcintosh's H. K.
eorner post No, 0," thenco uorth 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south 80 ehalus,
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement.
1, Commouciug nt a post planted nt the N.
W. cornerof timber limit No. 9122, marked "H,
Mcintosh's S. E. corner post No. 1," thence
north 40 ehnins, thence west 160 chains, thence
south -lOchains, thenoi east 100ohains to point
of commencement.
Dated 23rd Fob. 1907.
HARRY McINTOSH.
sat meh 2 By U. K, Brink, Agent
Notice 1" hereby given that fto ilny* afUr date I
iiitriiii to nppl] to the Chief ConiniiHsiiiiirr nl
IjuhIh uml Wnri.s fora speriiil I Ire net) to i/li- ninl
ni rry ,-t wny tinlit'r Imm the following iluserllieil
lnmls In Writ KuoUltayi
1 Ciiiniiumi'lngata post planted un thu west
imnk of Tate Creek almut tlireu miles (nm Its
iiiiiin li, ami mnrkeil "V. DniiiKe's S, W. miruiT,"
nml running north EQi'linins, thenes east 40chain*,
ihencu north uo eliiiiii-*, thi-ni's en ft michnins,
-.hence iouth v\i ehuins, I hence west 4u chains,
thence smith 60 i-hmni, Ihence west 40 chainslo
place of l>u|flnuiu|f,
Dnted Fel) Mh, 1007,
K. OKANdK.
S. C.Hiimi-ni'iiiK at a pnst planted on the went
Imnk of Tate Creek, north of and ailjuininn I*',
Orange's locatlnu nnd mnrked "R, Flllimore'i H.
W. cornur," and ruiinliiK north 80 chains, thenc*
■■nit -iij chains, thenc/ mirthOOchnlns, theuce unit
lOchains, thenci south 80 chains.thence west 40
ihalns, thencu south 00 chains, thenee west It)
ilmiiH to placu of la-gin uln*-;.
Dated m. Mli, 19(17.
we.l meh 0 H, FlLI.I1SIORK
NOTICE
Nntluc la hereby given that 10 daya afler dule
I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
bonis and Worki for a special license to cut
nnd carry away tlniber Irom th. following
described landa iltuated In Woat Kootenay
district:
Ciiminuni.lng at a pus. plnnted on the bLffoii
llie weat aide uf Whiskey I'ulntand marked"W,
K.Ugllvlo's south woat corner poat,"thence north
III chalna, thenoe east 11)1 clialna, thence auuth
111 olinlus mere or less to lake shore, thunce
west llll clialna to puint of commencement.
linled Keb. ml., IW.;.
wed leb 10 W, I. OOILVIB,
NOTICE
Notion is hi'ruby given that Bt) days
niter dnte ive Intenil tu apply tu the
Chief ('..inn.Issl....ei- uf I-mxIh and
Works fur u special licence to cut and
eniiy nwny timber from the following
described hinds, situate In West
Kootenny district:
1, Commencing at a post plantod
almut8miles from east bankof Columhin river at Kocky Point and .narked "Revelstoke Saw Mills Cn. S. VV,
corner posl," thenee north llll) ehnins,
east 4U ehuins, south 100 chains, west
III chuius to point >.f commencement.
2. Commencing at n post plnnted
about 3J illiles from east hank nf Columbia river nt Rocky Point, maikcd
"Kevelstoke Huw Mill Co. ,H,\V, corner
post," thenee n. rlh UIO chnlns, ensl 10
clialns, south 101) ehnins, west 40
chains to point of commencement.
It. Coinineneilig at a post plnntod
about 4 miles from enst hank of Col-
uinbla river at Rucky Point, marked
"Revelstoke Saw Mill Co. S. W. corner post," thence north 160 chnlns, east
40 chuius, south 100 chains, west 40
chnius to point of coinmencement.
4. Commencing nt a post planted
ubout 4J miles from east bank nf Columbin river at Rooky Point, marked
"Kevelstoke Saw Mill Co. S. W. corner post,,' tlience north lOOchains, east
411 chains, south 100 chains, west 40
chains to point of commencement.
.'.. Commencing at. a post planted
about 5 miles from the enst bank nf
Col.....bin river at Rocky Point aud
maiked "Kevelstoke Saw Mill Co. S.
W. corner post," thence north 100
cl.iiins.eusl, 40 chains, south 100 chains,
west 40 ehuins to point of coinmencement.
0. Commencing at a post planted
about 8 miles ft".'... east nunk of Columbia river nt Kocky Point, marked
"Kevelstoke Saw Mill Co. N. E. corner
post," thence south 100 chains, west
411 chains, north 100 chains, cast 40
chains to point of commencement.
7. Coinineneilig at a post planted
about 3i miles from the enst bank of
Columbia river at Rocky Point, mnr ;■
ed "Kevelstoke Saw Mill Oo. N. G.
coiner post," thence south 100chains,
east 40 chains, north 160 chains, west
40 chains tu point of commencement.
8, Cummencing at a post planted
"ii west hank nf Columbia river about
J mile below Kocky Point, marked
•■Kevelstoke Saw Mill Co. 8. K. corner
post," thence west ISO chains, north
40 chains, east 160 chains, south 10
chains to point of commencement.
Dnted March 6th, 1W7,
Hkvki.ht.ikk Saw Mill Co.
wed inch IS
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given thnt 80 days after date
I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for n special
licence to cut nhd carry away timber from the
following described lands, situate in West
Kootenay dislrict:
1. Commencing at a post planted three
miles south of Mosquito Lake, and oni mile
wesl of Mosquito Kiver, running8 ehains east,
80 chains south, so chains west, oO clait-s north
lo point of commencement.
2. Commencingat the north west corner of
No 1, running south 80chants, nenl8" cnaln*.
north 80 •halns, east 80 chains to poim of
commencement.
,1 Commeneing at the north-west eurner »\
No 1,running west SOohains, north Ho cha-n ,
easl 80 ehalus south 80 chains to puim of i om-
men-cement.
4. Commencing at the north-west corner oi
No.l, running north 80 chains, 80 chains eaal,
80 chains south, 80 ebains wen to pointof
commeucemeut.
.'i. Commencing one mile uorth of N.W,
corner of Nu, 1, running north 80 chains, ea.i
80 chains, south 80 ehalus, west 80 chains u
point uf commencement.
t'. Commencing one mile nortb of N \v.
coruer of No, 1. running west 80 chains, north
wt chains, fast 80 chains, s.-iuh 80 ohains le
pointof comtnencemt.
7, Commencing at the sonth-west coruerof
No. 6, running lOoohalns went, 40chaini north,
160 chains east, 40 cbalm mutb to point of
commencement,
8, Commencing at the 8. W, corner ol o, 6,
runniug south It) chains west 100 chain,
norlh 4u chains, east 100 chains to point ot
coinmenceineut.
ll. Commeneing u the a. K, corner ol No.8,
running Ml chains south, 80 chains west, 80
ehalus north, 80 chnius east to point of commencement
10, Commeneing at the S. E, corner of No.
9, running south 160 chains, west 40 chains,
north 100 cba'iis, east 40 chains to point oi
commencemeni.
Locations Nos, 1 to 8, Inclusive, are re-loci-
tions of expired timber licenses Noi, 480810
4878, inclusive.
Dated March 18th, 1907.
MOOItK, KKITI.K & CO.,
wed moh 27 Thos, Abriel, Agent.
NOTICE
Notice Is heroby gl ven tbat 80 days after date
I inteud ta api-lv to the Honuranle the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for special
license lo eut aud earry away timber from the
following ilcsirieeil lands, situated In Distriet
of West Kootenay, It, C,
Commencing at a post planted 8 chains cast
of the 3W mile post on the Hig Ledge wagon
road und at tho 8. K. oornor of T, L. 0018, and
uiarked "A, M, Bymons' N, K, corner post,"
thenco south 80 chains, thenco west 80 chains,
thenoe north 80 chains, thenoo east, 80 chains
to placu of commencement.
Dated March 20th, 1007.
wed mrch 27 A. M. SYMONS
DM.
NOTICE
OTICK IS HKHKBY U1VEN than thirty
days after date I Intend to applv to ths
Chiof Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
spocial llconse to out and enrry nway timber
from the following described lands sii uuieil In
tho Osoyoos Division of Yale District:
Commencing at a post mnrkod "J. H, Muck's
north east corner," plantod about five hundred
feet from the uorth bank of the north fork of
Chorry Creek, about eight miles up the creek,
runniug west 120 ohains, thenco sonth 80 chains,
thonco east 40 chaius, thonco north 40 ohains,
thenco east 80 ohains, thenc* north 10 chains
to point of commenoement.
Dated Maroh 7th, 1007.
wed mrch -27 J. 11. MACKENZIE.
NOTICE.
Notice ti hereby glreo that 80 days after date
I intend to apply to tfc« Chief commissioner of
lands and Worki for a ipeclal license to out
aud carry away timher from the following
described lands ln Weit Kootonay dlitrlct:
Commencing at a post planted at the N. K
corner ol Lot 4274, tbeuce north 80 ohalni.
ibeuceeastSOchalns, thenoe iouth 80ehalm,
theuce west 80 chaini to place of commencement.
Dated March 25th, 1007,
wed meh 27 FRAnK BENTON
N tiro is hornhv givon that 30 dayi after dale
Ilntend to npply tothe Him the Chief Com-
mi —inner of Lun Is ami Worltl fnr Ipaoul
lirenses in cm and carry amy timlier frnm tlie
following described lnnds iu Wo->t Knoten-ty
district;
1. Commeueiug at it post planted about IM
miles un the south fork of (joldsirenm aud
markod (Ins Luud's N.E. coruor," thunce west
10 chnlns, thence south ItiO chains, thenco ea>l
40 chuius, theuce uorth lOOchains to point of
commencement.
2. Commencing at a wist plnnted abont LK
miles up the south fork of (Joldstrenm mul
marked "(ius Lund's N W. corner," thunco
east 40chaius, theuce south lOOclialus. theuce
west 40 chains, theuce uorth 160 chaini to poiut
ofcommeiKement,
3. Commencing at a post planted about l!,
miles up the south font of Qoldstream. aud
marked "Qus Luud's S K. corner," thence west
ohnins, theace uorth 80 chaius, theuce east 8u
chains, thencesouth 80 chuius to pointof commencement.
4. Commencing it a inst planted 21, miles
nt> the south fork of Goldstream and murked
"Uus Lund's N. K. corner." theuce west 40
chnlns, thence south 160 disks, thence east 40
chai s, thence north 100 chains to point of commencement.
5. Commeueiug at a post planted about 21
miles up the south fork of Coldstream aud
murked "Qus Lund's N. W. corner," thence
east Kt elinins, thenco south 160 chuius, thence
west 40 ohains. theuce north ltio chain* to imiut
of commencement,
ll. (Commencing at n ;ost planted about ZW
miles up the south fork of Qolditream aud
marked "Qus Luud's S.E coruer,'1 theuce west
Hi) chains, thence north 80 ehnins, thenee east 80
chuius, tlience south 10 ohnins to point of commencement.
7. Commeuelng nt a pest planted about U
miles up the south fork of Qoldstream, nud
marked "Ous Lund'., N.E. comer," thence west
40 chains, theuce south 160 chnius, thence un>l
40 chaini, theuce north 160 chaiua to [K>iut of
com m ence m out
8. Commencing nt a post planted aliout .1)
miles up the souih fork of Qoldstream nnd
marked "Qus Lund's N.W. corner,"ihence
enst40chnlni. thence soulh lOOchains, Ihence
west 40 clmins, thence north 10u chain* tn point
of commencement.
9. Commencing at a post plant ed alwut 3}
miles up tbo souih fork of Qoldsircam.ami
•narked "Oua Lund's a K. corner," thonce west
80 chains, thence norl h 80chains, thence east 80
chains, thence souih ni chains to point of commencement,
10. Commencing atn po-t planted about f)
miles up the south fork of Qolustreain, markod
"Qus Luud's N. K. corner," tlience west 40
chains, thence south 100 chains, llienee uasl 40
chains, thonce north I6» chains lo pointof
com meneement.
11. Commencing at u post nluntcd about 1}
miles up the south fork of Qolustrvam, marked
"Qus Lund's N. W, cottier," thence en-t 4n
chains, thenoe south lOOchains, thence west lo
ohains, thonce norlh 100 chains to poiut of commencement,
12. Commencing at a post planted about l\
milks up the south fork of Qoldstreum und
marked "Qus Luud's 3. K, corner.' Ihence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence eust
-SOohains, thence t-outhNO ehnins to pointof
commencement.
Dated Jan. 31st, 1W7.
meh 6 wod GUS LUND.
LAND NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 00 days after date I
intend to npply to the Chief Commissioner of
Landsaud Works for permission to purchase the
following described lands, situate in Weit Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted aliout iu chains
south from the south-weit corner of Lot No.614&
and marked "J, K. Johnson's south-euit corner
post," thence north 80 ehnins, theuce wes; HO
ehains, Ihence south 80 chains, tlience east 80
chains to point of commencement. Containing
040 acres.
Dated Uth March, 1007.
wed meh 13 J. K. JOHNSON,
N
LAND NOTICE.
OTICE is hereby given thut 60 dayi after date
_, I Intenil to apply to the Hon. l'ho Chief
Commissioner nf Laiuls and Wnrks for permission
to purchase the following described lands in West
Kootenay District:
Commencing at a post planted about two miles
east of Lot 7048 on shore of N. E. Arm of Arrow
Lake, thence south 80 chains, east 80 chains, nortb
80 chains, west 80 chains to point of commencement.
Dated March llth, 1907.
wed meh 13 A. MOHHIS.
LAND NOTICK.
Notice li hereby given that 00 days after date I
Intend to apply t» the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase the
following described lands in West Kootenay district:
Commencing at a poit planted at the south-wesl
corner of Lot 2483, oa the east shore of Upper
Arrow Lakes, thenc*** south 80 chains, thenct east
40 chaini, thence north 80 chains, thence west to
chains to the point of commencement. Containing
8r0 acres more or less.
Dated March llth, 1007.
wed meh 18 L. KAK.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that 30 daya after date I
Intend to apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of
Unds and Works fnr a special licence to cut and
carry away timber from the following descrilied
Unds, situate in West Kootenny district:
1. Commencing at a post plnnted about
seven miles up Big Mouth Creek and one-half
mile north marked, "A McRae's N. W. corner
poet," thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chaius, thenco north 80
chains to poiut of commencement.
2. Commencing nt a posl planted about
seven miles up Big Mouth Croek nnd one-half
mile north an* marked "A. McRae8 S.W, cor
ner post," thence north 40 chains, easi 120
chains, south 40 chains, west 120 chains lo point
of commencement.
3. Commencing »t » port planted about
eight miles up Big Mouth Creek and one-half
mile north, and murked "A. Mcltae's N. W.
corner post-," thence east 80 chains, south 80
clmins wtwt 811 chnlns, noith 80 chains to point
o i- mine-cement.
4 ( oiiiiiienclng at n post planted about ten
miles up Hig Mouth Creek and one-half mile
nortli, unit marked "A. Mcltae's N.W. corner,
post," Iheuce c*m Nt chains, souih 80 chaius
west t0 chains, uorlh S'l chains to pointof
''iHiiinenci nienl
.1, Commem-lng Ht n post planted about ten
.iii*** up Big Mouth Creek and one-half mile
lu-tii., nnd marked "A. Mcllne's S. W. comer
post,' 1 Iji-nae 8n chains north, ni chain* east, 80
chains *wnth« 80 thalm. we-t -ta point of com-
tneiicenu 11 .
fl, Commencing ai u post (.union about
eleven miles up H-g Mouth Creek and nm- half
mile north, and uiarked "A. McKae'a N W,
corner post," thenoe south 80 chains, eu-t 80
ohains, north 80 chains, west 80 chains 10 point
of commencement,
7. Commencing nt a posl planted about
eleven miles up lug Mouth Creek and one-half
mile north, and marked "A. McK&e's A. W.
corner post," thence north 80 chains, east 80
chains, soutn 80 chains, wesi80 chnlns to point
of commencement.
8, Commeneing at a post planted aliout
twelve miles up Big Moulh Creek and one-half
mile north, and marked "A. McHuo'sN.W,
corner post." thonce south 80 chains, east 80
chains, north SO chains, west 80 chnlns to point
of commencement.
0, Commencing at a post plnntod about
twelve mites up Big Mouth Creek and onebalf
mile north, and murked "A. McltaeV ii. W,
corner post," thenco north 80 chains, east 80
chains, soutn 80 chains, west 80 chains to point
of commencement.
Dated Mnrch .ith. im:.
wed meh 13 A. McKAK.
NOTICE
Slity daya after date I intend to applj lo the
Honorable the Chief OofflBllllonir of Luniliind
Works for penuluion to purelm*** the following
described lands, iltuated i.n Upper Arron Uke,
and more particularly described as foUowi:
Beiinnlngat the south*west corner of Lot USD,
at a poit niarked "C.B., N.W.CP.," thence SO
chains east, thence 10 chains nsrtli, thence 80
chaini east, thence 10 chains sonth, thence 40
chains west, thence so chaini north to point uf
commencement, containing ftu acres iuoik or less.
Dated F-aj-ruary nth, 1007,
<\ HULLAKD,
tted feb 13 Per O. Sumner, Agent
LAND NOTICE
N'
OTICK li heraby given that 00 days after dale
_ . I Intend to apply to tbe Hon. Chief Com
miuloner of Lands and Worki for penniaiton to
purchase the following (Wrtbed lands In the
West Kootenav District, Galena Bay, east side of
Upper Arrow Lake;
Cinniiii'udtij* at a post planted at P. Mn.lt.-r •
south-east corner nud marked "Bruce A. Lawson'!
south-enst corner poat," thence south 40 chains,
tnence west 40 chains, thence nnrtli ft) chains,
thence east 20 chaini, thenre north ttrhain-i,
thence east to chuina to point of commencement,
and containing 120 acre* more ot lesi.
Dated (lalena Bay, this 27th February, 1907.
feb 27 wed BHL'CB A. LAWSON
LAND NOTICK.
Notice Is hereby given that 00 days after date 1
intend to apply to the chief Commissioner ut
Lands and Worki for permisilon to purchase the
following de-tcribiil lands in West Kootenay dli*
trlct:
Commencing at a post planted at the south-west
corner of Lot 2112, aliout U mile, more or less,
from east shore of Upper Arrow Uke, thence
north 80 chains, west 40 chains, soeth 80 chaini,
east 40 chaini to point of conwocement. Containing 820 acres more or lev.
Dated 12th March, 1907.
wed meh 11 K. H. MOKHW.
11V I IV a.
Notice In hereby given that :*i days afler dale
1 Int'iid to apply to theChlef t •mmls-donerof
I.innii s 1: ! Storks for a ipe is] license to cut
and rarfy «"»v limber from tbe following
ilescrlbed initdn in the Knit aud West Kootenay
districts:
1. Commeneing ftt a pnst planted about one
sud one-half m ler. up the north*eut fork of
Oold (Teek, marked "Alex. Veillette'l N W,
eorner," thenee east 80 chairs, thenes iouth so
etiiini, tbenr-e writ 80 chaini, thsnee north 80
chiiui to ;■■'*.ni of commencement,
2 Commeueiug at a post planted about two
snd one-half allei up the nnrih east fork ol
Uold Creek, marked "Alex. Veillette'l south*
west corner, thenoe out 40 chains, thenco
uorth Itku-tiiini tbeuceweii40chalni, thence
■.'tilth )Go cnains to point 01 commencement,
3. Commencing at a poit planted about two
aud one-half miles up the north-east fork of
Qold Creek, marked Alex. Veillette'l south'
east corner," ihence west 40 chains, thence
north I60 chaini, thenceeast 40 chains, thence
iouth ioo chains lo point ol commencement.
located Feb, 18th, 1907.
4. Commencing ata posi planted abont one
and one quarter miles up uold Creek from
mouth of north-eist fork, and marked-Alex.
Veillette's north-east corner," thenoe south 80
chains, thence went 80 chains, ihence north
80 chains, thence eut80 cbaias to pointof
commencement.
f>. Commencing at a nest planted about one
and one-quarter miles up (.told Creek from the
mouth ot the north-east fork, marked "Alex,
Veillette's nurth-weil corner," ibeuce south 80
chains, iheneeeast 80chains, tbince nnrth80
ii-l iis. theuce weit Ki chains to point of commencement,
C. Comm-inclng at a post planted about
three and one-quarter mllei up i.oie Creek
Irom tbe moulh of the north-easl fork, marked
"Alex. Veillette's north-east eorner," thence
iouth ki chaini. thence weit 80 chains, theuci
mirth nchains, thence eut 80 cbalni to point
ol commencement.
Commencing at a post planled about
three and one*quartor milei up Oold creek
Irom th« mouth uf tbioorUi-eut fork, marked
"Alex, Veillette'l north-west corner," thence
touth 80 chaini, tbince eul 80 chaius, tbenee
norlh 8» cbaim, tBence weit 80 chaini to
pointof commencement,
I. Commeneing at a poit planted about
three and one-quarter mllei up Oold Creek
Irom tbe mouth of tke north-eut fork, marked
"Alex. Veillette's louth-eui corner," thence
uurth 40chalni, thenci weit 16u chains, thence
south toehilus, Ibeuce eut lOOchains to point
01 commencement,
9. Commencing at a poit planted about
three and one-quarter milei up Uold Creek
Iroin the mouth ol the north-east fork, marked
"Alex. Veillette'l nouth-west corner," thence
east uo cbalu . theuce north 80 chains thence
west so chaini, thence loulli so chaius to point
ol commencement.
10. Commeueiug at a poit planted about five
ine ona-quarter miles up Uold Creek Inm the
mouth 01 the north-eut fork, marked "Alex.
Veillette's uorth-eut corner," thence soutb B0
chains, theuce west HO ohalm, thence north 80
chains, theoce eut 80 ehalm lo point of commencement.
IL Commencing at a post planted up Qold
Creek about Ave and oue-quarier miles from
the mouth of the norttH-a«t fork, marked
"Alex. Veillette's north-wut corner," ihence
south 80 chaini, ihence eul 80 chains, tnence
north M chaius, tbince west 80 chains to point
of commencement,
12. Commencing at a post planted up Gold
Creek aliout Ave and one-quarter mllei Irom
the mouth of the north-eut fork, marked
"Alex Veillette'l louth-eant corner." thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 cbalni, thence
iouth 80 chains, thence eut so chains to point
of commencement.
13. Commencing at a post planted up Oold
ireek about Hve and one-quarter mllei from
the mouth of tbe north-eut fork, marked
"Alex. Veillette'l south-west comei." ihenee
north 80 chaini, thonce eut 80 cbalni, thence
south ni chaina, tbeuce weit 80 chaini to point
of commencement,
14 Cuiiiiiie eing al a post planted up Oold
Creek aliout leven and one-quarter miles from
tbe mouth of the north-eut fork, marked
"Alex. Veilletle's north-east corner," thence
south 80 ohalm, tbeuce west 80 chains, ihence
north 80 chains, (hence eut 80 chains to point
of commencement.
16. Commencing at a post planted up Oold
Creek about seven and one-quarter miles from
tbe mouth of the north-east fork, marked
"Alex. Veillette'l south-eut corner," thenoe
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chaini, tbenee
sonth 80 chains, thence eut 80 chains to point
of ommeucement,
16. Commencing at a post planted up Oold
Jieak about seven and one-quarter miles from
the month of tbe north-east fork, marked
"Alex. Veillette's south-west corner," thence
eut 80 chains, thenct north so chains, thence
west 80 chains, (hence soutn no chains to point
of commencement.
17. commencing at 1 post planted up Qold
Creek about seven and one-quarter miles from
the mouth of the north-east fork, marked
"Alex. Veillette's north-west oorner," thence
eut 80 chains, thence south lo ehalm, ihence
weit 80 chains, thenee nortb 80 cbalni to point
of commencement,
is. Commencing ftt a post planted up Qold
Creek about eight and one-quarter mllei from
tbe nortn-eait tork, marked "Alex. Veillette'l
north-west earner," thence south 4Ccbalni.
thence eut 160 chains, ihence norlh 40 cbalm,
thence west 160 cbilm to pointof commencement.
Located Feb. 18tb, 1907.
19. Commencing " a post planted up Qold
Creek about eight and one quarter mile from
the north-eut fort N°- 2, marked "Alex. Veil*
lette's south-wesl corner," thence north 40
ehalm, thence eut 100 cbalm. thence aouth 40
cbalm thence well 16) chains to pointof
commencement.
.M. commencing it a post planted about
three aud one-quarter miles up tbe north fork
oit.oli creek, marked 'Alex \eillelte s north-
went eorner." thence eul 40 chains, thence
soutb ltio cbalni, tbenee west 40 ehalm, thence
uorth loo ehalm to point of commencement.
21, Commencing at a poit j lauted about
three and one-quarter milei up tbe north fork
ol Uold Creek, marked "Alex. \ eillette's north-
eut corner," tbeuce west 40 cbalm, thence
south 16ti chains, ihence eut 40 chaini, tbenee
uorth 160 cbalm to point of commencement,
22, Cummencing ftt a post plauted abont
three aud one-quarter mllea up the nortb fork
ol Uold creek, marked "Alex. Veillette'l
soutb-west corner," thence eas, 40 chains,
tbeuce north loo chaini, tnence west 40 chaini,
thence south U0 chaini to point of commencement. ,   .
•23. Commencing al ft post planted about
three and one-quarter miles uo tbe nortb fork
ol Uold Creek, marked "Alex, Veillette'l soutn-
eut corner," thence west Suehalns, (hence
north 80 chains, thence eut 80 choins, thence
south 8u chains to point ol commencement.
24, Commencing at a poit planted about Ave
tud one-quarter miles up the north fork of
hold creel, marked "Alex. Veillette's soutb*
weit corner," tbeuce eut 40 chains, thence
uorth lOu cbalni, theuce west 40 ehalm, thence
south 100 chains to point of commencement.
•>i. commencing ata post planled abontflre
and oue-quarter milei up the north lork of
tUold Creek, marked "Alex. Veillette'l north-
eul eorner." thence weit 80 chaini, thence
south 80 chains, tbenee eut 80 cbalm, thence
north 80 ebains to pointol commencement,
26, Commencing at a poit planted nbout Ave
and one-quarter milts up tbe north fork of
Uold Creek, marked "Alex. Veillette'l south*
eut coruer," thence west 80 chains, thenee
norlh 80 chains, thence eut 80 cbalm. thenee
south 80 chains to point of commencement.
Located Feb. 19th, 1907.
ALEX, VEILLETTE.
Dated .March6th, I'A'7. wed
LAND NOTICE.
Nolice ii hereby Riven that 00 dayi after date I
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Undiand Works for p«rtuli*lon to purchue the
following descrilwd lands, situate iu weit Koote-
n.i; Distriet:
Cunuuencliifc at a post planted one chain eut of
the N. W. comei "f Lot 100, Uroup I, and marked
"A. Johnson's S. W. corner post, thenee eut 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence weet 80
chains, thence smith 80 ehnins to the potnt of
commencement.  Containing (Mn acrei.
Dated 12th Mnrch, 1907.
fti-diu-h 1:. A.JOHNSON.
Notice Is liereliy given thai 00 days after date 1
Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works fur permls-don to purchaie the
following described lands, situate In Wesl Koute<
nay district:
Commencing al a post planted at tbe north-enst
corner of A. Johnsun's application and marked
"W. J. Fraser'a S. K. cunier post," Ihence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence iouth 80
chains, thence east 80 chaini to the point of com
meneement.   Containing040 acies.
Dated 12th March. 1907,
wedmcbll W.J. PBASKB,
LAND NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given tbat 60 days after date I
intenil to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
I. .ml- and Works for 'lenniBsinn to purchase the
foltotting described lands,litunte in Weit Kootenay district:
Commencing at a posl planted al the north-eMt
cornerof J. K. Johnron'i application and marked
"A. McPhndden'ssnutheutenrner post,"thence
north 80 chaius, theuce west 80 chaini, thence
noulli -" chains, tlience vast 80 chaini to point of
commencement.   Containing 040 acres.
DaM nth March, 1907.
wed meh IS A. McPAaDDEN,
LAND NOTICE
Sixty days after date I Intend to apply to the
Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission lo pun-haw* the following
described lands iltuated on Upper Arrow Lake
and more particularly deacribed as follows:
Beginning at a post planted at the north-east
eorner of Lot Mb and marked "F.P.F., N.W.CP."
thence 190 ehalm eeet, tlience 40 chains sonth,
thence 100 chaini weit, thenoe 10 chains north to
pelnt of commencement, 610 acres,
Daled Febmary 8th, 1807.
wed feb IS Y. V, FULLMER, EASTER SKIRTS AND BLOUSES
These garments are stylish, chick and dainty, and a revelation of
beauty to women who appreciate being smartly gowned. ■
Skirts in the New Pleated Effects, also thc strictly Tailored Styles.
Blouses in Silk, Lawn, Lace and Net—quite the prettiest showing
in the City.
Millinery
This stock has all the touches of careful preparation, representing
the very latest novelties of the leading Fashion Centres. To-day's express
brought a new bunch of patterns.   You should see these.
NEW Muslins and Zephyrs
These arc here in time to let you get thc sewing done before thc
hoi weather comes.
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they uro the purest nnd best
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Grocers, Uakers k Confectioners
WEATHER FORECAST
Wednesday, March 27.—For 24
hours, light to moderate northeast
windi, cloudy, with possible light
snowfall; milder with commencement
ol higher temperature. Temperature
iiim. -KJ degrees; min. 34 degrees.
Local and General.
The first spring llowers ol the Beaton
snowdrops, put in an appearance
yesterday.
J. D. McCormack, new manager ol
the Columbia River Lumber Co.,
Golden, has taken up hisdutiei.
The event ol next week will be the
Woodmen's big dance to be held in
tne Opera Houbo od EaBter Monday,
Rev. Mr. WoodBworth addressed a
Urge number of the pupils ol the
put'lic school on "Some Cities ol Italy"
on Friday alternoon last. The address
was enlivened by many interesting
anecdotes and was very instructive.
The Revelstoke branch ol the B C.
Fruit Growers Association will meet
every second Monday in the month.
Several members have been called
upun to give addresses on Iruit growing in Wes; Kootenay.
Messrs. C. B. Humo and B. A.
Lawson have arranged to plant out
three thousand Iruit trees this seaBon
on their ranch at Williamson's Lake,
and (he nucleus ol several other
orchards will be started this spring.
Tbe erection of the proposed Baptist
church will commence as soon as the
snow has cleared away sufficiently to
allow ol excavation lor foundations. A
large sum ol money haB been sub.
scribed in Vancouver for the establishment of a Baptist mission in
Revelitoke.
The Washington Nursery company,
0! Toppenish, Wash., have just received
a record order lor fruit trees Irom the
Spokane Irrigation Co. The order
was lor 1,000,000 trees to be delivered
this ipring. R. Tapping is the local
agent lm the Washington Nursery Co
and has secured a large number of
orders in Revelstoke irom enthusiastic
fruit growers. This industry has tak
en a considerable leap ahead this year
and it is to be hoped some tangible
results will follow.
Con.iilsints have  been coming in
from all parts ol the Kootenaye and
Ok......gon nl the distruction to wild
gnme and also stock in nil districts by
wolves and coyotes During the Inst
year or U-o these animals have been
increasing rapidly and have become a
serious menace to the deer und other
game ol the province.
The Third Annual Convention ol
thc Okanagan Sunday School Association meets this week at Enderdy on
Thursday and Friday. The Convention pronii-.es to he a good one. Rev.
J. S. Woodsworth ot the Methodist
church is to give .111 address on "Tlie
Church and the Child," Miss Gillie
ol the Canada Drug k Book Co., will
be in attendance as a delegate Irom
Knox Church Sunday School.
IF YOU WANT
To Buy a House.
To Rent a House.
To Buy Nice Building Lots
close in.
To Buy Splendid Fruit
Lnnds.
COME AND SEE
Kincaid & Anderson
WE HAVE SOME BARGAINS IN COAST
PROPERTIES
MONEY TO LOAN
1 KliKDid nnd Anderson
Real Estate and Insurance Agts.
Social and Personal
Mrs. Dugecn is spending a few days
in town.
A. McRae has returned from a visit
to the coast.
C. D. Morris, of RogerB l'ass, spent
a day or two in town this week en
route for the coast.
Miss Alice Brown ia visiting Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Pratt lor the summer.
PALUSER
Easter
TOILET GOODS
Every  lady In Revelsloko
will greatly enjoy going over
our Easter selections of Toilet
Goods.
PERFUMES
TOILET WATERS
TOILET  POWDER8
TOILET PREPARATIONS
TOILET LOTIONS
TOILET CREAMS
TOILET SOAP8
W. BEWS, m. a
Druggist and Stationer.
Msil orders promptly attended
Business Locals
Nothing better than Our "Speoial.
Wall pa perl wall paper! at liows-on'sj
Huyless' New York Chocolates at
Bews' Drug Store.
Homes furnished on the installment
plan from Howson's lnrge stock.
Rhubarb and water cress fresh in
at C. B. Hume k Co's.
Patronize Home Industry, Smoke
Reveletoke Cigars.
Paas Easter egg dyes at Bews' Drug
Store.
Secure your hams and new laid
eggB for Easter at C. B, Hume 4 Co'i.
Look at Howson's carpets and Iir -
oleums.
You can ?et the oak sertion.il book
cases always at the Canada Drug and
Book Co.
Revelstoke Cigars- Onion Made Our
Speoial, The Onion, and Maroa Vuelta
are ahead of all others.
Rivers' Toilet Waters, Soaps and
Perlun.es at Hews' Drug Store.
I Has* ami Chinn egg cups Irom -111.:
to $2,60 j.t.r dozen ut 0, ll. Hume k
Co'i,
Heinzeiweet pickles hy the quart
and cream cheese in [60 packages at
C. B. Hume k Co'b.
R. H. Trueman will personally visit
the studios over the Canada Drug k
Book Co's. store. McKenzie Avenue,
lor one week, commencing Monday,
April 1st.
Largest assortment ol souvenir cards
and picture hooks yet shown here at
the Canada Drug Store. Call and sec
them.
Really good coal—like that supplied
l.y the Crow's Nest Paas Coal company—is the housewife's best friend.
Send in yonr orders to the local agent,
B, A. Haggen.
We huve a lot ol odd rolls of wnll
paper, enough lor small rooms, which
we are selling out very cheap to make
room for the spring stock. Call und
see thc samples at Cinuda Drug store.
Never heard a "kick" about my
methods ol making real estate sales,
did you ? No, and you never will. I
don't "drive sharp bargains" by mis-
representations.—E, A. Haggen, Heal
Estate and Insurance Agent, Kevelstoke, B. C,
(from Our Own Correapiindeiit)
A public school is about to be
opened in Palliser. Inspector Gillis visited the place last week to
look up the facts and found the
conditions right for opening a
school. There are already ten
children ot school age in sight and
no doubt the opening of the school
will induce other families to come.
The school will be opened as soon
as a teacher can be secured.
Church services are conducted
here every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock by Rev. J. H. Miller,
Presbyterian minister of Field,
The work of remodelling and extending the mill is progressing
steadily. The capacity of the
plant will be about doubled, then
the mill is to run night and day
this slimmer so that the cut will
likely be three or four times a*
large as that of any previous season. Mr. Finn, the manager, ex-
pecte that the mill will be ready
for work as soon as the river is
open.
The work in the woods has decreased much of late. A ureal
many of the men have gone to
their homesteads on the prairie.
About 35 men are still at work.
They have moved down to anew
onmp within nine miles of Palliser and are cutting log" and putting
them right on the river.
Tom Tate, who went to Alberta
to bury his brother, has returned.
Mrs. Bilker's baby, who has beer,
very ill with acute indigestion, is
improving steadily.
Mrs. Thos. Beach and family
have returned from the east where
they have spent the winter.
Mrs. Bestwick and two of tbe
children have gone for a trip to
Vancouver.
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CORRESPONDENCE
Wit.,. IIAIVBIUU)
Mr. Editor,—I notice an article
in your paper of '23rd. over the
name of W, C, Calder, urging parents to keep their boys off the
streets and away Irom the opera
house at night. Now, Mr. Editor,
as I have been striving (or the past
few years to accompli»h this end, I
am pleased to see that the Rev.
Mr. Calder has come tn the rescue
at last, as it would be the greatest
comfort to the patrons of the Ho.]«e
and myself if the small boys were
kept at home. For the interest
one should take in the rising generation I would say that they
should not boon the streets at, midnight. Now, Mr. Editor, I thank
you for space, and hoping my actions will be further endorsed, believe me, kind sir, to be yours very
truly, R. Tapping, Mgr.
Revelstoke, B. C,
March 25th, 1907.
NOTICE
A lady wishes to do plain sewing by
thc day, for children
CONCERT CO.
No  better aggregation..(  musical
talent bus been I curd  in   RevelBloke
than that afforded the large audience
on Monday night In Ibe Opera House,
by Miss Jennie Fletcher, Paohi (iii.rz.ii,
and I,. J, Impahi who are just concluding  a tour ol the world.   Miss
Fletcher  hns  a  rich and rare n.ez.z.o
soprano  ol    remarkable  range  nnd
power and she was heard to advantage
on Monday in the  several Scotch
numbers of which her repertoire is
childly composed.    She has the lirst
essentials of good singing which captivated her audience completely ami tn
rousing  militant songs of Scottish
gallantry to quaint yet pnthetic little
ballads she has a woudeiftil control ol
her v.ice which creutci 11 lasting impression on Imr listeners. Miss Fletcher's best number perhaps was "Annie
Laurie," which she rendered with rare
sweetness.    "Comin' Thro' the Rye,"
and the "Dunks ol Looh Lomon'," too,
were well rendered,    Chevalier Paula
(iioizii is  a pianist nud composer ol
world-wide  repute and he certainly
proved  his   reputation  un  Monday
night  in   his masterly exhibition at
tl.e pia.i'.lone.    His music is used in
all parts of  the world nnd ns s pianist
he is unsurpassed,     llis playing and
touch are miirve!!ous,und in the number   " 1 dreamt I Dwelt in Marble
Hulls," (Bull) the sweet melody l.eld
the audience spellbound.    His ninny
settings of famous composers are a
distinct   novelty  in musical circles.
'" The Pilgrim's Chorus," from Tan-
hauser, was a line and stirring production, and such music has rarely,
if ever  been   heard in   Revelfltoko
beliire.   L. G. Inipsla is a talented
cornetist, and has already made bis
name in the world.    Suffering from
indisposition 0.1 Monday night, he yet
greatly impressed his audience,   his
repertoire being extensive and ol large
range.   This  talented concert company have delighted Revelstoke and
their return engagement on Thursday,
March 28th, when they will be assisted by local  talent,  will  be eagerly
looked forward to.
Men's Toggery
" Easter Fixings " are not indulged in only by the fair sex, but most men like to have
something new for this season. The bright sun makes the old clothes look shabby, and it is
time you were looking up something fresh. When your thoughts turn in that direction, turn
your feet in this direction and we will promise you satisfaction.
SPRING HATS
You will find our assortment large and
our prices small. Wc carry the best lines of
English Stiff Hats at prices ranging from
$1.50 to $5.00.
In Soft Hats you will find Canadian,
English and American makes in all the new
shapes and colors.
We can suit your face and your pocket
here.
New Shirts
Star, Cresceut and Tooke's make—you
cannot find anything better than these if you
tried all spring. We have them in white
and colored, soft fronts and stiff fronts, in all
the new spring patterns.
Easter Ties
You can't beat our assortment either in
quantity, quality or price. We have just
received a lot of those English Woven Silk
Ties. They are good looking and good
wearing.
Foot Wear
We have a large part of our Spring
stock all bought before the last two advances
in price. We have them in Blacks, Tans
and Chocolates in Hals., Bluchers and
Oxfords. '»
Beresford Shoe
See our Beresford Shoe for Men and
our line of Patent Leather in Lace and
Oxfords.
COME   IN  AND  SEE  OUR  EASTER  GOODS
MCLENNAN'S.
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NOTIGE.
Notice is hereby Rive., that thirty .lays nltor
dnte wo iutond to apply to the Hon. Chlel
Commissioner oILnuds and Worka Ior lu-eus.
to cut nud carry awav timber from the follow-
ins described lands in the District ol West
Kootenny iu the Province of liritish Columbia.
Commencing ut a post planted nt the N. E.
corner olSecl.on 2, Twp. 22, Range 21, west of
the i.th Meridiau | thonce east 11) chains, theuce
soutl. 120 chaius, theuce west H) chnius, tl.on.-e
north HJ chains, thence oa.t .0 chnlns,' thon.-e
north su 1.liains to point ol commencement.
Dated this BSth day "I March, A. D. ism.
wdm2I       BOWilAX LUaBEH CO., LTD.
NOTICE.
Notice li hereby Riven that 30 dnys alter date
we intend to apply totho Chlol Commissioner ol
Lauds and Wollts for a special license to cut
and enrry away timber from the follow..... described lnnds in district, ol Wost Kootenay:
I, Hi-KinnitiK ut ri post about 8H chains north
ol the Halcyon Hot Sprlnm nndabout'llclia.ua
fro... the lake shore, nun marked "IF, F. 1 nil-
mcr'a S. IV, corner post," thence 80 chaina
norlh, thence 80 chains cast, thence 80 chalna
south, thence 80 chalna weat to point of commencement,
11 winning at a post nbout 120 chains north
ol Ibe Hali-ji.ii Hot Springs und marked "IP, t,
Kulluiei'sS. W. corner post," thonco SOohains
norlh. thence 80 chains caul, Ihence 80 chains
south, thence 80 chains west to point of commencement.
wid^r"21"0'1907'     M.1PULLMBB
Our Watches are "Au
Fait" Eight Day Clock*
for 14.50. All Silver.
war* Guaranteed Quality. Watch Repairing
a Specialty.
J.GUY BARBER
C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR
GOOD BUYS
Dwelling and Lot, Second Street
Dwelling und Lot, Second Street  .     .     ,
Dwelling and Lots, Third Street ,
Dwelling und Lots, (corner) Fifth Street
Lots on .Second St., east of MoKeni.it Ave., each
Lots on Thll'd St., east of McKmsle Ave., each  .
Lols on Fourth St., east nf McKemde Ave., each
Lots nu Fifth St., east of McKenzie Ave,, each   .
1—2 and 5-acre Blocks suitable for fruit.
SIBBALD  AND   FIELD
INSURANCE NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS
$2,000
1,700
4,200
3,200
250
.   200
175
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DON'T YOU FORGET
That the Woodmen's Big Dance
will lie hebl in lhe
OPERA  HOUSE
EASTER MONDAY
APRIL 1ST.
Music By
Independent  Band Orchestra
Gnmi-Miir, $2.00.  -  Ladies Fkf.k
in care ot this olliee,
Address "K."
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garters  p^j^ J
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS.
John E. Wood's Furniture Store
STORAGE I!
Furniture, Pianos, or Merchandise, stored in dry-well-built ware
houae in convenient location.
C.   A.   HAQQEN,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
Revelstoke, B, C.
J. MclNTYRE & SON
Full line of Groceries and Dairy
Produce, Men's Supplies, Etc.
Fresh stock always arriving at
lowest prices,
FIRST STREET,
NUT DOOR TO
OITY BESTSUBAHT
NOTICE
Notice In hereby K.Ten that 60 days after date I
intend to apply to tne Honorable, the Chief jCnm-
missioner nf l.nmls antl Winks fnr permission to
purchase tlie following described lands, iltuated
In ttie Pish RlVer valley and more particularly descrilied as followi:
Beginning at a post m*e-half mile north-east of
Annus McK&y's pre-emption, niarked' O, S.'s8. K,
corner pout/ thance 80 clmins east, 60 chains
north, 80 chains west, 00 chains south tn point of
commencement, containing 640 acres.
Dnted January 16th, 1907.
0. HUMXKIt,
wed feb 13       Per George Goldsmith, Agent.
WANTED
BLINDNESS
we do not pretend lu cure, but we
cut. and do avert lt; releve eye
strain and save ninny a headache
nnd Ht of nervousness l.y adapting
tn your eye needs just the right
glosses or spectacles,
It has been proven lhat IX) per
cent, of headaches are caused by
defective eyes. Now is a good
time to have your eyes attended
to.
HASTINGS, DOYLE AND ALLUM
BUILDER will estimate  for small
house   promptly,   and    provide
plans.   Applv this offlce,
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ply In O. B. llunie & (!i..
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or-
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..er of Boyle Avenue and  Victoria
Hond. any time hefnre the 28th of
March,—Geo.'A. Stuart,    vkt
nOR HALE-A Second hund Piano,
F   Applv to Miss Lennox,
nOUHALE-Iliiiisi! und Lot $1850'
1* Lot SO feet, House five rooms,
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offlce.
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Artlfl.-liil stone of uny design for
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Cii'.TiiAi-r.iii, P 0. Box 4111, Calgary,
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WANTED   TO   LET- Furnished
lion*...  Apply In E.A. HniiKen
WANTED-Olll fi.r0eiier.il Houae-
Work, fumily  of  three:   iimat
hi' good plain cook.   Wages $2.*i per
month,   Mhh. T. T. Lpdoatb.
A NTEI1 - First-class energul Ic
hustling man of experience, In
manage saw mill and river driving
o.itllt, IS to 20 thousand feet capacity
pet- duy. Address X. Y. Z. this nffl.-e
with references and salary wanted
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BEARlli
Sportsmen and Hunters
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THE   CANTATA
JEPTHA'S   DAUGHTER
WITH CHORUS OF FIFTY VOICES
All in Eastern Costume, will be produced in the
OPERA  HOUSE,  FRIDAY, APRIL 19TH,  1907.
Geneial Admission,—60c. Reserved Seats,—76c
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