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The Mail-Hepald
Vol. 13,-No 45
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JUNE 12, 1907
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
* Thl Seal of Certainty "
Goom*7.Att,WELT ■Swh
XShe Seal of
Certainty
Examine tbe accompanying
cut closely and the SLATER
shoe trade mark, lie sure
and look lor it on the next
pair of SIiobb you buy. You
—' will lind it means something
ynu nre cerlain to have a thoroughly good shoe if you have a
Slater. Kur foot comfort, ease and Shoe economy wear always
the SLATER SHOES.
They come in Calf, Goodyear welt, new shapes. Tliis is a
shoe thut lakes a superior polish—a middling heavy manly hoot
at per pair $4 50
A superior Vici Kid Blucher, rational shape. This is a very
dressy and soft, light Summer Shoe, a thoroughly good shoe for
Dress wear Goodyear welt—at per pair $5 50
Corona Colt, the finest quality ol patent leather produced
—no tear ol .'.racking or chipping, tlie acme of shoe perfection for
a beautiful line dress shoe buy this $3 50
BISCUITS
Three of the best brands of Fancy Biscuits you could
choose from.
Huntley   & Palmer's
Biscuits.
McCormick's Biscuits.   fflPNC^BU^w,*iv,-.'
Foley,   Lock & Lar- wit..„,V.N
son's Biscuits. 'vlf^W
All these biscuits havei|j|
arrived this week and are'ljf ■
fresh from the Factories. '
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C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
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: CARPENTERS' TOOLS
BUILDERS' HARDWARE
Sawmill Supplies, Belting, etc. Stanley's and Starrolt's
Meehaiiies' Tools. Simonds' and Shurly and Dietrich High
Grade Saws.   Garden Tools in great variely.
KKFIlkiERATOl.S, ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
Paints and Oils, Kalsmnine, etc.
Plumbing, Tinsmithing and Electrical Departments in
connection.
Estimates given.   Job Work Done.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
Convenient Offices for Rent Upstairs,
I LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
t Dealers in Hardware, Stoves snd Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's
and Sawmill Supplies, etc., Plumbing and Tiiis.uitl.ing.
SufrjuH1 'ft't' 'ft $$$$*$- '1' '$' $ 'I1 '$ 't' '1' 't' & 'fr 'I' '1' I
SPLENDID COLLECTION
Norris & Rowe  Have Two
Menageries With Their
Greater Circus.
Sciisun alter season witnesses tl.e
i.dditiun ul rare wild animals to tlie
hig double menageries ol the Norris &
Howe circu.', there is nu collection ol
wild beaslB in us great a number and
variety as have Norris & Howe. The
collection is a costly one and il patrons
of tl.e show saw nothing else in the
big show they would be well repaid,
for the natural history exhibit is ol
distinct educational value whioh
parents can hardly afford to have
their children niiBS. Norris & Rowe
have special agentB in Kurope, Asia
and Alrioa who have instructions to
purchase on sight any animal, either
wild or tained, or trained thoy can
secure, no matter tho oust, lur tlie
clever yuung ...auagers well know Unit
any expenditures tbey aro put to in
adding to their collection will bo more
than repaid by ll.o increased patrunago
of the public, To properly house
their two menageries this seiison,
Norris & It..we have had mud., to thoir
order immense now tents. Iu the
menageries will l.o lound suporh specimens ol the Royal Bengal tigers;
Asialic elephants; groat lions au.l
lioness; South American tapirs;
Llamas from tho Andes;  Siberian
boars, vicious wild cats and pumas,
fierce hyenas; a large herd of camels
and dromedaries; wulves, door, elk,
pelicans, munkeys, cliin.pan7.eos, apes,
rattle-snakes, huge pythons, seu-limis,
hoa-ciiiistriclors, etc. Many uf these
ani...ids have been highly trained und
gu through dillicult tricks Thero Ib
one group thut seems amazing It
consists ol leopards, tigers, lions and
pumas who ubey every word ul command ol their trainer, Norris & Rowe
exhibit at Rovelstoke on Wednesday
June 19th.
DRUNKARD'S MAD  FREAK
Iku.iNaiiAM, Wash j June 11.—The
Great Nuri hern Seat tie-lit1 Bingham
local train was last night stolen by a
man named Barkloy McCutcbcun
Irom tho depot, where it was left a
few minutes while the crew went to
suppor. Jumping into tlie cab, Mc.
Ciitclicun threw open tl.e throttle
and awny tlie trail, shot, going nortli
at terrific speed, The train crew
rushed tor a "speeder" and followed
until it was discovered that tho man
at tho valve had reversed the train
and was returning .outh. Tl.o crow
werc barely able to get off the track
in timo to avoid being run down,
MoCutchcon, who was Intoxicated,
wai arrested.
Carpets and linoleums at C. II.
llunie A Cu's,
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Socialist Farm -Beef Combine
—Blame Laid -One of Ottawa's Finest Churches Burned—Crop Conditions.
Boston, Mass, June 12.—Forty Socialists have organized a co-operative
settlement, culled Fellowship Farm,
on a beautilul seventy-five acre tract
nl land In Westwood, twelve mi es
from Boston. Here the Socialists nre
pin lining lo live und wnrk, Borne going
back and [orth to the city, others
raising fruit, vegetables and poullry
Medicine Hat, June 12.—The beet
com mission . .pencil its sessions here
veBterday. The evidence went tu show
that big prices are caused l.y firms
having a working agreement under
which all buyers nre allotted to certain fixed districts, thus giving no
competition. A government system
of oold storage was strongly urged.
Strathcona, Alta, June 12.—The
coroner's inquest nn the victims o! the
fire in Ross & Walters' cal mine ut
Slrathcons, strongly censured the
company and tlie Provincial Mines
Inspector,
Ottawa, June 12,—The Church it
the Snored Heatt, one ol the finest
buildings in the city, was burned to
the ground last evening. The loss is
estimated at 1*5160,000. There is $60,-
000 insurance. The origin of the fire
is unknown.
Calgary, June 12.—Dr. Wm. Saunders, director of experimental [arms,
telegraphing says; "Crops Irom Calgary to Edmonton are looking well.
Occasional fields of winter wheat are
8 to 10 inches high. All healthy and
growing rapidly. Conditions ol moist-
nre and temperature are most favorable.
C. W. 0. W. ATTEND  DIVINE
SERVICE.
There wns a good turn out ol the
memberB ot Mountain View Camp No.
229, C. W. O. W., lhat under Grand
Marshall Sov. L. E. Carlyle, inarchfd
to Knox Church Inst Sunday evening
lor the Woodmen's annual service
held in memory ol deceased Sovereigns
ol the Order.
The centre row o! seats in tlie sacred
e I i li ce were reserved lor the Woodmen,
and werc well filled by the Choppers,
whose bright scarlet regalia and
badges gave a touch ot tlie picturesque
to the appe.ir.mce of tbe crowded
c'mrch.
The service commenced with a
s icred solo, played by tbe gifted oi-
ganist, Miss McKinucy,.in the magnificent organ with whioh this comfortable and well equipped church iB
provided, this wns followed by the
congregation singing one uf tbe
Woodmen's hymns, "Jesus Lover ol
My 8iul,"
The Rev. J. R. Robertson then welcomed the Order to the church and
proceeded to preach a powerful s.rii.on
taking Iur his text, Mark 12c, 30 31v,
dealing particularly with our Saviour's
words, "Thou shall lovo thy neighbor
as thyself." Afler making sympathetic reference In lhe objeel ol the
annual service held by tbe Order, the
speaker delivered an earnest sermon
on Fraternal Love in its relationship
tu Divine Love, lie dwell upon the
groat gotd effected by the Canadian
Order W. 0. \V., nnd showed how
Iratcriiiilism tended tu .nuke better
and mure Christian men, There was
tlmrotur a bund between Iruternal
societies and tlie church, our conceptions ..I love f..r the Brotherhood wee
rollectioiis of tlie divine luve ul the
Heavenly Father lor all mankind.
The speaker eluqiiently pleaded fur a
fuller conceptiun of God's love fur all,
as we get iu cluser touch with God
not only would societies and orders do
the noble work ol providing for widow
and orphan, and helping the distressed
among themselves, but we would bo
meek tu those who dcspitetully uso ub
and wuuld love nur enemies. There
were needed today men who were not
alraid ot their environment and whu
wuuld Btand up lor the Spirit and the
truth. He was pleased tu know such
who wero among the members of the
Order belore him l.might, A man's
power (ur good was increased in pre
portion as hc realize! his relationship
to God.
The tenderly beautilul hymn,
"Nearer my God to Thee," followed
one ol tlie most effective scrmoiiB ever
preached belore an Order. The service
cluaed by the church choir rendering
the anthem, "Lilt up Vour Heads, 0
Ye Gales,"
Co-.. Cnn. Sov. W, D. Armstrong
called the meeting to order and a vole
uf deep thanks towards Sov. Rev. J. R,
R-ilierlst.ii was unanimuusly adopted,
and the Clerk instructed lo forward a
copy ot san.e to the reverend gentleman.
B. CTUMBER
IN DEMAND
Order for Over Five Million
Feet of Finest Lumber for
Japanese Government Received in Vancouver,
The largert order lor lumber ever
received in Vancouver (rom Japan has
just been placed by Mr. S. Tamura ol
the Sun Ban Company, with the Canadian Pacific Lumber Oompany o:
Port Moody, nnd tbo Vancouver Lumber Company ot this city, says the
Vancouver Province.
What gives atlded interest to the
order is the fact that the lumber is
needed by the Japanese Government
(or tbe construction of rolling stock
tur the Munchurian railway.
Fur twenty years Mr. Tamura has
been engaged in working up an export
buBineBS between Canada and Japan
in flour nnd lumbar and Ibis biBt cider
is absolutely the largest be has ever
handled, und will keep tbe two mills
concerned fully employed for Ibrce
months filling the first section of it.
The first shipment will be made next
n "itith by Canadian Pacific steamers,
but alter that it is probable the lumber will be taken to Japan by suilin'
Bbips. Tbe order is being given in
sections, and tbe first amounts to
600,000 feet of the very best lumber.
Three grades are being shipped. C. P.
R. quality, Belect, and clear, and to get
out this 600,000 feet it will mean that
tliree or lour million foet of raw lumber will nave to be handled.
The total amount ol lumber required tor a thousand curs will run
into five million leet, bo it can he seen
tbat the amount of raw lumber required will be tremendous. The tremendous advertisement British Columbia lumber will receive over this
cannot be over estimated
That this contract will lead to
others there is no doubt, and the rolling slock of the Manchurian Railway
will be a striking teslimonii.1 to liritish Cnluiu' iu lumbor and mills.
FARMERS'
INSTITUTE
Interesting Lectures on Live
Stock and Agriculture
Practical Demonstration of
Cow Scoring,
A livestock judging clnss was held
at the Court llous-, cuiiducted by Dr,
S. F. Tolinie, V. S., provincial inspector nf animals, aocompanied by Mr.
A. S. Fraser, of Bradford, Out, and
Mr. J. It. Anderson, diputy minister
of agriculture, on Saturday afternoon
last. A heavy draught burse was first
descanted upun an I many valuable
points given but the animal was not
scored by points on account ot tbe
'ack ot time. A dairy cow wns then
brought on und aftor an Interesting
explanation by Dr
ing clnss tuuk p!ace
participated in !()•
persons and it wns
CLIMBING MOUNT BEGBIE
Local Alpiners Attempt Difficult
Feat Amid Adverse Elements
Three enterprising and daring mem
hers of the Alpine Chili are now some
whore on the glacier covered slopes of
Mt. Begbie endeavoring to scale tho
centre peak, a lent hitherto iinaccom
pliBhed by any known man living.
The tliree climbers are the Rev. J. R
Robertson, Revelstoke; Rev. Dr. Herd-
man, of Calgary; and Rupert Haggen,
ol Revelstoke, who nccompiinied by a
Swiss guide named Feuest, left early
on Monday morning tur Grecislide,
several miles duwn the river, from
where they will commence the ascent.
It ia tho intention nl tlie party to
make camp at the timber line and
Iron, that as a starling pnint assay
the atteinp; t. scale the glaciers,
siio.vlicl.ls ami Ice hound crags of
Begbie. Whether or not they have
been successful, we cannot as yet tell,
but taking inlo consideration the fact
that tl.e heavy mim and possiby
snow storni8 at that altitude, which
have prevailed this week, it is highly
Improbable tlmt thoy will have attained their object; but will must
likely lonain in camp until tho
weather clears. Tl.e climbing ut
Begbie is nu small tusk ami shuuld
they be successful, every credit and
praise shuulil he their duo.
Latkii (Noon)—We havo just received the intelligence bun. Five-Mile
Camp thnt tlio climbing party
reached the summit ul Mt. Begbie at
4 o'clock yesterday afternoon and that
they erected a cnirn ol rocks to mark
the event. Thc stono can be detected
by means ot a powerful telescopo
from the city.
Tohnic, the scor
whicli wiib
B-.inie half duz-.n
remarkable, after
the luo'd explanation nt the doctor,
how near several Ciime to tbo actual
sere. This is an object lessen ul tlie
greatest value tu all intending pur-
chasers uf animals and tlie classes
should be attended by everyone
whether engaged in agriculture or not
The alternoon meeting wits attended
by sume 30 persons, ln tbe evening
a meeting wiib held in the City Ha
nn.1 was well attended. R. Tapping
was voted to tbe chair, F. Fraser,
gold commissioner, acting as secretary
The chairman announced in a few
wellcliOBen and timely worda, the
object^! the meeting and the aims of
lhe institute. The scoring of dairy
stuck whioh had taken place earlier in
the day, the enw belunging to R.
Samson, soored by Dr, T'olmie, V. S.,
was given 53 points uut of a possible
100. H.J. Hays came first, scoring
544;1{l!V- c- A" Pi'"cuuier,f>0}; Messrs.
H, Cunningham Morris and J. 11.
Anderson, 56 each; and F. Fraser, 76|.
Much interest waB tnken at tb
tbe first meeting under tbe Institul
Mr. Anderson spoke at considerable
length on niatlors of inteteBt to those
engaged in agricultural purBiiitB and
the Iruit industry; and a number ul
questions were answered by thc
deputy minister.
Mr, Fruser, of Bradford, being introduced, congratulated the province
in having a pn.oii.-al deputy minister
uf agriculture, as shuwn by llis souring on n dairy cow,   (Applause.)
Mr. Fraser then discussed the
question of feeding the dairy cow; and
afterwards treating with the import
tint subject ol obnoxious weeds-
formed into three classes, annual,
biennial and perennial. A most interesting and instructive diaoourso un
this subject (ulluivid,  y questions
ut local interest being ..tied, answered
and discussed. At the clu.-c, ll.e
speaker received a hearty and well
deserved applause, Mr. Anderson
then lectured on nnd illustrated the
planting, care »nd kind ol fruit tree
(or the young orchard, advising nn..*t
strongly on the necessity ol keeping
tu fruit suitable In this particular
'district, two varieties or not tu exceed
three, should l.o selected as a standard
nnd generally adhered to fur future
commercial purposes.
It was moved and second that a;
hearty vote uf thanks bo tendered thc
speaker,—Carried.
SCHEDULE OF CITY WORK
GRIP AND PASSWORD.
I'pun u-li.ruing to the lodge room I tumb.
K. OK i*.
Decoration Dny was observed on
Sunday afternoon laBt by a spocial
memorial service for deceased members
. f tlie ordor, held in the lodge room
by Gold Range Lodge, No. 26. The
attendance win god, tbo members ul
Crystal Temple, No, 3, Pythian .Sinters,
heing nlao present. An impressive
and ritualistic service was held in the
castle, alter which tlie broil..us nnd
sisters marched to tbe cemetery where
in a triangle round tlie graves ol
the departed members ol tl.o order,
the solemn decoration services took
placo, when each placed a sprig ol
myrtle as symbols ol love, Iriondahip
and a tribute to Hie dead, on each
Proposed Street Improvements
for the Coming Year
The following schedule of works for
the current year ban been atibmited
hy tbo Public Wurks Committee nnd
passed by the City Council:
First Strool, north side, 6 It, sidewalk from McKenzie Ave, to Ortou
Ave, 860 (t, at 45o.—$162.00.
First Street, snutli aide, crossing on
Orton, OOlt. at 45c—$27.00. Repair
sidewalk from Orion to McArthur—
$25.   Renew crossing on llubson $27,
Rolison Ave, croaaing to lauo botween First aud Second Streots, 20ft.
at 45c—$9.   Repairs and filling $40,
Third Street, south Bide, Jilt, sidewalk Irum Roi son tn Railway Anns,,
67611. ut 45o $259.
Towuloy Street, enst aide, (Itt. Hide-
walk, 520ft. at 15c—$234. 6tt. crossing over Fourth Street, 46ft. at 46c—
$21.   Clear lanes in Block 101.—9100.
Fourth and Vcmun—Fill crossing—
$10.
Fifth Street, south sido, lift, aide-
walk frnm Orton to 60ft east uf Rub-
son, 750ft. at 45o.-$337.60.
McKenzie Avenue, Ott. crossing un
south side Third Street, 68lt.-$30.(K);
lower part ol sidewalk, $5. Ott. cross.
ing, soutb sido Second Street, 08(t,—
$30.60.
Third Street, llll crossing, Third
and Garden, $10.
WE ARE NOW READY FOR BUSINESS
In Our New Store in the Burns' Block.
JUST ARRIVED—New Stocks in Every Department
FRESH  GROCERIES
HARDWARE,   ETC.
A fresh Block of high class goods-quality
guaranteed.
A Hue assortment of Enamel and Granite,
Tin und Woodenware, Heavy and Builders'
ll.-ii-.lw.iie. Mining Supplies, 11.ise, Lawn
Mowers and all Garden Tools. Screen Doors
und Windows, M.-Clt.iy's Stoves, Ranges,
elc. Rifles, Sh... (Inn's, Revolvers and
Ammunition.
CHINA AND GLASSWARE
One of lhe best assortments in the Province
Tea, Dinner und Toilet Sets. Wc curry a fill
line nf Hotel Supplies. A line selection of
Rich Cut Glass,
SILVERWARE AND CUTLERY
We carry a fine stock of these goods. Just
ask for what vou want.—WE I1AVK IT.
Telephone -37. 	
BOTJENE BEOS.
Revelstoke lni« Ajuy, LU.
BUILDING SITE
Three Lots on Fifth Street, the
only good site now on the
Market north of Sixth Street.
PRICE $850
GOOD TERMS.
tt
Offices :— Molsons Bank Buildini
J
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
AG?NT  FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first a Op.
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office Toronto, Ontario.
Ilriiii.-li.f. iu tl.o i'r.iviuces of Manitoba, Altarta, Stlkitobewsu,
Hrili.-I. ('.ilinul...., Ut.u.r.i.. Wi.el.oc.
Capital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
I). It. Wii.kik, Presldonti Hun
-     14,700,000.00
•4,700,000.00
Japfhay, Vice-President,
A Ceneral Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available In all parts of Canada, United States and
Europe.   Special ul lent ion given lo
Savings Department
Deposits received and Interest allowed at current rate from date
.p..ning ut'cuiint, mul compounded four times a yeur.
tup ut bill and Cowan Block, 24011. at  Dun. lus, round block 11, $312,
45c. $108, ]   Third  Street,  lilt,   crossing
from
Douglas Street, Hft, sidewalk frum
top of trestle to oust side Kootenay,
360lt.at 60c, $216. Clear tu W, W,
Lelcuux's house, $25.
McKenzie Avenue nnd First Street,
fix sidewalk tu grade Irom Bourne's
hardware store to Climax 11".el, $50.
Garden Ave. and Victoria Road,
clearing, grading and 2 culverts, $280.
Hauling and spreading gravel un Second and ('iinnii..1.1.t and Charles.
Douglas Street, flowing gutter, $12.
6ft,  sidewalk  ....  north    side Irum
butcher shop to .1.  Morgan'a, using
sidewalk  taken  from   Douglas and
1 crossings (lilt.;| King,  $50,   8ft. sidewalk, south side
block -18 to block 17. (Wit. st -ISc, $27'
Seventh Street, clear between blocks
47 and 68, $20,
Third Street, 3 plank crossing on
Rukeby, $24.
Wynn Street, clcuriiig, $20.
First Street, crossing, Crcssmnn's
house. 60 ft., $27.
School Block, cleming McArthur
ami ItobBou, $60.
Filth Streee, grading eaBt end, $50,
Sixlli Street, grading, $200.
Orton Avenue, west side, Second to
Third, Oft. sidewalk and crossing on
Third Street, $135.
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ADVERTISING   RATES.
..- gal    ticesl   enu per 11     flrvi Insertion,
■:its '■■■i line each * .**-*   u nl Insertion
Ueasun . *.'- S *;■-..   ilincs make one
inchj.    *-*■ ■    md   gi in       bn>iue».,i an
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Land  notice* *j ■  ■• rtlseiuents
Bub.ii tl of the man igemeut,
v, u : A*;*" ii." menls:
Vj. -.*- \\ .Vai ■ ;. Situations
n u *■       si! V«  int,    Teachers
u .; ■■ ;. '•'. - IV inted, 1" word.- or
;..-.. ii .. line 1(1   cents.
H advert! ements must
a. in. 1 uesdny nnil Kriday oi
,-, b ■■'■* •■ '* "■ .-- stood display,
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Olliee Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Murphy.
Hakoi.ii FlSlIKH
, til.LAN k ELLIOTT.
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AM) l'lNKUAM,
BARRISTERS
SOLICIT..US, KTC
Omega;  Im -1:1:1.-.,. Bank IIiock,  Ubvki.-
'STORTB, Il.C,
Money to loan.
Offices: 1: ■-. elslok.
H.C; I'rai.brcok, Il.C.
BBO.S. McCartkr,
\. M,  l'lNKUAM.
Kl-.-.-M.            If
J. A. Habvkv.
('.      ('1-i.i.r.ii. k It. r.
J. M.Scott I.I..H W. I. llrigg".
con*  AMI unices
s
barbister8, solicitors, etc.
Monet to Loan
Solicitors kor Molsons Bam;
First Street. Revelstoke, B.O.
McFARLANE
iiiiiI  the  ...uny   uf.iiiriil  advantages
which combiue to n.-.iku this prnvinec!
seen nil to liiine in   the  producing  of
Iruit, vegetable, etc., are generally re-:
ceived   by  the  average  Manitoban
"cum grano salis."
Thai thii move will be ol intrinsic
value   has  been   fully    ree gnized,
and  steps  ..re being t..kc:i to pul it
into execution,     At  tbo close nf the
fall exhibition at  New  Westminster,
all exhibits  which have won first or
second prizes will be used in the plan I
which is us follows:   A cur fitted with
beating appliances to preserve a nnrn -
ul temperature, will curry thc exhibits
a.id a lecturer  wili  ..company   tin
special, stoppages being made at .ill
iiium.inm  ci'.ies  between Winnipeg
and the const, when  tho peoplo can
see fur themselves nnd   hear   the
lectures on lho exhibits.    The  com.
initloe, we understand, is arranging
with the C. P. I!,  tor  transportation
and it is probable tlmt the movement
will be niCCCBs'lll.    Such it ciinpiii-n
as this  if curried  oul   us  intended
would iittruol people into thia province
Iron, tl.e  Northwest  und   materially
aid in the bringing in  of  oiipitiil fur
investment in our fruit lands.   Give
British  Culumbia  n  chance;      Let
tboso of the prairie country see that
our climatic conditions arc favorable
and  when  the  outside  world has u
better knowledge uud   clearer con-
ci pti .. of whnt   I!. C.. imii produce
fiti.l how (Irsimble :. coutilry for s.-tlle-
me.it, then will ll.e siren...  .....I  tide
of population spread amongst us,
the molsons eank
Incorporate! l.j Acl .! I'nrlla neat, ISM.
Hl'AI1 OFFICII., • • MONTREAL.
Wm. M.ii.-..\ Ma..|.||.:us.i\, Pies. S. II. Rwinu, Vn-e-P.-es.
J.uius K1...H.T, Oi'i.i-nil Managi'i.
Capital paid up. $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
branches in  Canadu and  Agencies  iu  all parts of lh.
1 at current   rules .... Savings
Revemtokij, II. C.
*,-;-<<«S^--flO)K»a(a»SWI»:*-.-J»sa*Br.-!
Sixty-two
.1.1.
I..I...-M-I   I'
..llili depo-it
W. H. PRATT, Mannci
ed.li-d lour llines
until further noti.
OITY OF
REVELSTOKI
I louses, Business Blocks
Business &  Residential Lots
Suburban Lands
in Acreage Lots
Fine Farm and Fruit Lands
in    Kevelstoke,    Arrowhead
Galena Bav, Okanagan Lakes
Okanagan Valley and Salmon
Arm.
E, A. HAGGEN,
RcAL CSTi.rr. AND INSURANCE AGENT
REVELSTOK-C,   ... C.
JAS. A.
ASSAYER & CHEMIST
Assays of all 1 ,r-*-i   Samples by mail or express
receive prompt attention,
Terms Moderate,
/:•-*.      ■      •     -     Bos 132 Kasi.0, II. tj
R
>OBERT s.MlTI
P.
ovincial Laud Surveyor,
".Mine Su.veying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 106, Revelstoke,
E
I.1WAHL1 A HAGGEN
MINING ENGINEER
(Menibe. American Institute nf
Mining Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstoke, li. c.
Mine Management, Examinations
and Reports,
Reports compiled, Plans and Blue
Print- of Land, Timber Limits. .Mine*,
Mills .iml Buildings prepared in shape
f. r submission to prospectiveinvestors
or purchasers.
tbe flftaiMbcralb
' 1 « ea. icstly a vise theni for
Lheirg   I to ordei *...- papei to be punctually
served ip, ind I    - looked upon as u pari of
thi  '- a      .:; lg<.   -Al DIBOK.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1907
RAILROAD NOTES
TlioQ.T P. is dispensing with Ibe
services ol nil while parlor cur onil-
dticluis und replacing Ihem with
coloi cil men. Many white conductors
huve already been discharged. Thi
move is being .nude on the ground
nl economy, as colored men aro engaged at $20 to $30 less thun whit.
men.
PLEDGE WILL BE KEPT
Session of Dominion  Parliament Will be Held Before
Election.
Ottawa,.lime 10.—W.S.Calvert, M.
P., chief government whip, is here,
lie .-..id thut there wuuld be another
session uf parliament before a gcnerul
election, a pledge tn thut. ell'ect having
been given to lhe Conservatives last
session. Hud it not been Inr this
assurance parliament wuuld still be in
session.
It is said Unit Sir Wilfrid Laurier
gave the pledge with the oonourteuce
of the governor-general, which makes
it binding.
I. 0. F. CHURCH PARADE
Members uf Court Mount Begbie,
and visiti.-g brethren uf the Order.
will assemble in lodge room, over post
office, Sunday evening, June Kith, in
attend divine worship at St. Andrew's
Church.   Be on band at 0:45.
td By Order.
House Cleaning Time
Brings to the eye of the careful
housekeeper the- blemishes nf lhc
carpets under her supervision. When
necessary tofiinke renewals in carpels,
rugs, mntlings ami oilcloths, visit
HOWSON'S liiul sen llieir well selected slock lu-fore buying, you'll
lind il n lime nnd nionoy saver. Our
Spring display bents anything we
ever offered.
Howson & Company
vFRESH
wm bums.
25c. Per Lb.
DAIRY BUTTER
25c. Per Lb.
BETTER FLAVOR   BETTER BUTTER
THAN UR.AKir.RV.
in m
20c. Per Doz.
STRICTLY      FRESH
45c. Per Bushel
SOUNO   AND   MEALY
Cash lo Accompany Orders or
C. 0. D.
We Ship These Direct
to the Consumer.
We Guarantee Quality
and Packing.
A. Ilii & (0., LM,
LACONBE,   ALTA.
Butter held by
lis in Cold
Storage, and
Shipped by Refrigerator Car.
iBHHSSBB
CIRCUS   DAY   AT   REVELSTOKE
ii ,
Wednesday, June  19th
Performances ai 2 and 8 p. in. Performances at 2 and 8 p. m.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE St SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country ol origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE   3d. O.
Local Revelstoke
Socialist Party ot  Canada
Central Hotel
iSfc^. REVELSTOKE, B. C
ABRAHAMS*).-!   BROS.,   PnOPRISTORS.
New!,   uill.    First-class in every respect,   All modorn court ni. nee.
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.50 per Day, Sped I Weekly Rule;.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same manageniiint
Meet  l-ii*i ami "liilnl Wu.li.Miln) in ll... lnnnll. |
iu Selkirk ll-ill. upstairs, at - I'.m      Subject f..r;
.li-Mi-iM!  "i„ii,..i- Part)  I'l.. i .* IIM..1
limiiiry Kuclnllil Part) I'l ill......."   All i.i.i-r.-t
are wet u.ue
C. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
I   Meet. Second un.l fourth Wed.   .la.
i-ii.fii month, in Selkirk [lull.   Vlsl
mifii uprtllally Invited lo attend,
vv. li. AllMSTKONG,Con.Com.
II. W. l-:|.«Ai:l..<. Clerk
i con
REVELSTOK**. AERIE No. 432.
F. O. E.
. m ■.-' Miinlly invil...!.
il V BROWN, i'im-
w  B. McL.Vl L'HLlN.Sa
KootuuiV LodKoNo. 15 A F * A.M.
-
9«
Tho regular  mo.'
.eld m - m
y uk- are nem ..   n.
Y) M u-onlc    Temple,
i              -| l,l,|   K.-.I..-'-   II..M.M.
ty-      '   thi third y. layli
I Monday.
i i .Hi   .ii   ■
V;-iliii|tl,r.-ll,
cordially   v.-.-.
.!' II
B.C. FRUIT ADVERTISING.
T. day sees the directors ol the B, C
Fruit antl Produce Exchinge inl
Revelstoke, in session to make tbe
appointment ol a secretary-manager
and to transact special business ior
the approaching season, Since the
inauguration ol the new exchange,
;i. ■'( inti i- -■ h .- been t.ken in Iruit
growing in all sections and  the .fact
tbat far more extensive advertising ,-: ™°; ;,... ,. ! '. .,'.-'-, V
B. C. fruit ;- :.-..- --..->• in the 11 tirii
and Northwest provinces, and lhe
pro] sale to earry out an advertising
campaign in those parts t- being
tl. in ugbly ippi red ol by the prairie
i...--..-; i| •■-- ■-.. in d ing ..11 in their
poir. i 11 b. Ip the:. mt'-: al eg, '111
Winnipeg Market Record reviews the
proposed ca   |   jn as followi
"t .. ■- ing Ihi pi vh .ial i xhibilii ..
at ■••:■ V, - ■* f.,:.-•• r next (all ne of
the in- st pi ■ cal - .- n.- I r the
a iv.:'..- .; ' Britii I . nbi i truil
atfd pn :. - ... mi iii ■ i ir,d the
middle wen tti . •■ . . ■ ■■ I T .
idi.. .1 f -j- list car with tb
produce   ol   lhe  Held,  garden  and
orchard!   :' Bii ish I     imbia I   irtu
Mani"  in ..f : ;  ■ Tl rril iril   :■-!'.-
i-r- acbed bei ri  : il   ■ i« slwaye nnl
with tbe argument lhat al tl   tim.
the year when thc prwluce nl British
.*   imbia is lit lor exhibition purp
the severity ol climatic conditions in
the middle provinces iv. nld f .rbid th.
proposition.    Practical investigation
and  inr|.'.;.y into  tbe state ..I th
weather in   thi -.-  parts  during  thc
month of October and the first part ..I
Novi 'i.l-i-r has proved beyond a doubl
however, that the proposition properly
handled can I*.- successfully carried
out, and the benefits which thi- pro
vince would derive from the advcrtlso
meut, in the way ol inducing settler,
to locate, would be inestimable
"Residents ol tbe prairie province)
have, ub a rule, a very poor conceptioi
ul thc agricultural resources and ml
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest tin:
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
(ligars.   ii;* - m a day,   Monthly rate,
I J.   ALBEET     STONE     PR
Queens f$otel
COMAPLIX
Best brands oi Wines, Liqu -   i J Cigars,   Travellers to
Fish Creek e le *  iccommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF  YOUNG, - -        Proprietor
HOTEL VICTORIA-
ROBT
Under   Nuw   Management)
LAUGHTON,   Prop,    REVELSTOKE,
B.   C
■SE'.KIRK LODUE. NO  12. I. O. 0. F.
......   .
Hall    ff
■
...  to  .
ii-.i.l
II   .    L.l '.ill,IV. N'.Im        I. II.. Mill-       .
Cold Ranise tcdRO, K, of P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
Mi i-fi- .   . .,       , 1*1
I Thlr.l  *  ■     ■-.
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Hull   tl .        VI m.ii:-
i-.iii.-Im - ..f -illftlly .ivn...:.
v. i.imi.ii: . .
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II. A. BROWN, M
THE MONEY SAVINC
WORK-SAVING SOAP
That's Itoyal Crown kind-
made In Vane uver—Largest
Soap Factory west ol Winnipeg, House cleaning and
ivashii garoeasy with ill help
And tl... num.')- saving Is the
Premium System
Booklet tolls what we glvo lor
Royal Crown Wrappers, Sc.tl
Inr il—Free—Ainu lry the
Soap,
. mn .   ui (or travi
.;    '. inee,   Spirit       id
RATES   $1   AND   $150   PER   CAY
FREE   BUS   MEET.   AIL   TRAINS
NOTICE
ii.".. i-'ul.i: l.iiml DlBtrlot,
.   *i lui iii W'ngl K.uiicniiy.
■.. *..*.■ Hiai ())n Sandborg,of Alborl
i'nn-,on,ii. anp.ilIon Min* r, lutond-noiiiinly for
uniii"!- li'i'iici! ovor iln; fulliiwitiK
H tl i.ih'1-:
I.  I'liiiiiicnciiii; ii n poft plantod ll mllofl
north of thu nm-ih 1.1-1 fork of Dow nli* Crook,
.   ■ i] 'Olos:uii|Iii*i-k* iiorlh'woul oornor
i '   in olialllR, l-ln nn* uouth UK'
nee ve ■ i;i rhaliw, thonoo north 100
.1 poinl uf comtnencomenti nnd con*
IIO uon    mo ■■ or Ichh
OIJC BANDBKna.
ifloi w,iiiii a
iff}
NOTICE.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
wntagei oi Briti.-ii Columbia, and |        Vancouver, B, C
■       :
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nl I'liuiiiii'liriiui'-lll   ...I'l  ii.llliilliiliit Mil   iim."
innroor loin,
Iml.nl Mny Auli, IIW7,
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lui WrntK. ■..".....
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     ullowlnu
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iei ilxty .I...- ulii-.
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er An   r I -.«-  in    -   - rllied
,,.  i   i  ,... .   planted on 11..11
.ny 1 mi.. ...      ...    .  rl 1, lm 1 lillle. Ir.uu
ll. nhore.... 1  ,.m.. 1   1  K   Hoi een'i S, I.
,,, -    ihen...   "■- -' ■'. ' Ii-mi--. llionoo
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mmim- 1 1    iii .'" nr lonl.
Illll I III) llll,   . 117.
j, K  Mel KAN
NOTICE
Revelsloke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice thai 1, Angus McCallum,. of
Rovotsioke, occupation Logger) inleml to
a|)|)ly I'or a Bpcclal timber licence over ihe
following deacribed laiuls:
,1. Commencing al .1 posi planted al
the north-west corner of T. L. No. ,1540
ami lho souih boundary of Railway Block
Noi 365 and lying soul), of Tenderfoot
Creek and marked "A. McCallum's nonh-
easl eurner posl," ihenee south So chaini
tlienee west So eliiiiii*-, thenee north So
chains, llienee easl So ehains to poinl of
commencemeni) and containing 640 acrei*
inure or leas.
I'.Uitl June 5II1, 1907.
ANGUS McCAI.LUM,
wed jo n      I'er A, C. Mel*'., Agent
:
LAM) NOTICK
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Mil J t
llevelntuke. I...;., Minor.
NOTICE
     M.    I',     id'i '  .
ilinul I If. Mm ||..n   III ' I 1 mn	
mi 1 "i Un f    ml m ....  i'm pern i    ... I   n
rl       ill ■    mi  1    if ...• I. -
'..I.... II...   Wi  11   nl , ill.trlifl
C i" |.,i ninl 1 "i. .inin     -i-il
ll    -ll    'I ll      '   '"Ml     "(    |,.l|     UIIII,     f.ll.l    ..... . k.-.l
 1   '—    . nrnor I'm.:" ll	
.mil.*    1 1   .1 .1  1 h.11,...
mu Im ll   Die    111 .1   {II .'.if li. hm
..illl.SU lain     In...    mul Hlrlmli  plan	
 ii'.'in III, ' i.ul 11    niiii'Mi lei.
1.   I. M'AVJIAN,
n.u. ii... tiMM.ii, ;l.i. jutia Ihi, 11x17.      .-eil j ri
NOTICE
Cerll'ica'e if Improvements.
ZSTOTICliJ
.11...llC ill III.- Ili'Vlfl
I. i.f U'lirtl KiKil.cnuy
,Mf.*.-..i Mineral (ll.ihn,
-IiiIm- .Mini.ik l.n-i
]n-i 11.1.
Where looatotl:   \i Un- l.oiul ..( .1... Middle
Snulli   l--|.ik nl   llnwiiiif  111 k,   nilj.Uliilin
tho Ohlofol llio Illlli Mineral Claim
'I.U;.- iiolloe Uml   I. K. sinllli, l.'.M.C No,
if- '.i-.i K M ivfjQiil for A. M. rlfirli.l.'i-,-..
Minor. Cerlllloalo Nu, HH*.i-ii, Inlond, sixty
tin)  . ..... ilm.- hereof, in apply to Lhc IVlitili.u
Itn .- for n (i-i-iiil.f.ii- ol Improvements,
..j .In- ...nil.... uf obtaining a t rown tli-uni. uf
An.l fiirilu-i- ink iiu- that aotlon, under
m'.iiiiii 87. iiii.*i lm  ooinmotiouti bnforo Uio
l.liiltlll-i.-lif *m ll l'.f|-lllll!;i'|.(jf I.n|lluvi'lll..Illn.
Daled thli88rd da) ..I .Mny. A,li„ IIIH7.
wm! ui) 211
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LAM) NOTICK
\J0TK Kiilinrub) niv.'ii tiiitoiiliiynaflurilnti'
NOTIGE
Kevelstoke Land Dislrict,
Dislricl of Wesl Kooleuay.
Tako notice that I, A. McCallum, of
Revelsloke, occupation ^Logger, inleml lo
apply for a special limber licence ov-.il" lhc
following described lands:
t, Commencing at a post planled at S.
K. corner of T, L, No. 4396) and marked
"A. McCallum's N. K. corner posl," same
being i 'j miles east of townsite of Gerard
and about 1 ,'• miles south ol Lardo River,
tlienee south 40 chains, Ihence west 1(10
chains, ihence north 40 chains, thonce
east 160 ohalna lo poinl of commencement
and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated June 51I1, 1907.
ANGUS McCALLUM,
wedje 12 Per A, C, McK., Agent.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land Districl,
Disirkl ol Wesl Kooleuay.
Take nolice lhat I, Angus McCallum, of
Revelsloke, occupation Logger- inlend to
applv fora special timlier licence over llie
following described lands:
3. Commencing at a post planted
aboul 1 mile easl ol townsite of Gerard
and about 1 mite south ot Lardo Riverand
marked "A. McCallum's north-east corner
posl," thenee soulh 40 eliains, tlience wosl
160 cliains, thenee imrth 40 chains, Ihenee
east (Oo chains In poinl oi commencement
iuul containing 640 acres, more or less.
Daled June eth- 11)07,
ANGUS McCALLUM,
wed jo 1 j      I'er A. C. McK., Ageni.
NOTICE
N itleo Is horoby Riven tlmt HO duy.s aftor duto
I Iutond tu iipnly to tho Ilnn tho Chief Com
missioner nf Limit*   mul works   fnr   por-
._,'. m to furehnso tho following lnnds sttttit*
t Intern! tn H|i|il> Lo-iliB Ilnn. Chief Cnm    ml on  \]\\\m Arrow  Lako and dOBOribod AS
mlHlnnerof Uml* nmi \V'iik» iur permission to foilowm
i.ii.'i,.-'" the Mlowlu described laml* in the I   Commencing at   r  post nlantedon Hull
nestKoutonajrniitrlct: ! Wavi roek aloul threo, nillosTrom Inkn ihore
UniDmenctng al a posl planlwl about % mile end inarked 'J. t'.McLcau'sS.B.ooruorposli"
umili (.f H..iiiii-.:iii rurin'i nl Timlier Mmlt 701*5,  Ihenej wt*-Lhi>fi.niiiH. tlivm-c nurth m cfmiiiH,
u '<< north bo t'liiutii nmi bo chains, south so thtmoe east 80 ehalaa, 1 h< ip«»* huuiii soitiminn
iiiiiH,. h'-' chains tu point of commencemeni   to place of romiooncomeDt.   Ooutalnlng (iio
Containing 1 lu u ii" more ur lest
Dated Maj ith.tuo?
wed may 8 WAttRKN ANDBBW8,
Rcrn.s ..lureor less.
hated May 7lh, ll«7,
wed may ft     x
*ai
-
J. 1). MoLKAM, Cool Suits
ior Hoi Days
Flannels-hom England.
Blues, greens, grays,
whites etc. Beautiful
effects.
Serges — "Imperial"
(registered) Blue Serge
Suits.   Guaranteed fast
Tuleei/s-gentiinc Scotch
weaves. Splcudid shape-
holding fabrics.
Worsteds—beautiful
grays, in a host of
elegant effects that are
exclusive with Fit-
Reform.
$15. up.
Ncliinnon & Sutherland
DOMINION   DAY
CELEBRATION
TWO WHOLE Hit*OK
P1.EASURK ANU SPORI
id Tuesday
m i & i m
LIST OF EVENTS LARGER
AMI MOliE ELABORATE
THAN  EVER
,Slilii
( GRAND PARADE, OHILDRENVS
SPOUTS, CALEDONIAN SPORTS
LAWN TKNNIS, CRICKET,
PONY HACKS, JUNIOR BASE-
, HALL, FOOTBALL, LACROSSE,
FIREMEN'S    SPORTS,    THAI'
SHOOTING  TOURNAMENT.
Grand Street Parade uf the Voeek-
hei ii Nolan Minstrel slum,
with their own Brass Band
GRAND AQUATIC CARNIVAL
BOAT RACES, OANOE MACES
LAUNCH RACES
Concluding with an Elahorute
Py.-iile.-hnit:   Display  ami
Illuminated   Parade.
The Ne Isi. n Cily Band will he
in attendance eneh day.
Kxi-ui-iiiui Rites fro... nil parts
EVERYBODY COME
w.
IRVINE,    G.HORSTEAD,
Chairman Secretary
His Worship llie Mayor
W. G, GILLE1T,
lloi.oi-.it->-   Clifiinnnn,
Undoubtedly
The Best
SUNSHINE
FURNACE
BURNS   COAL   OR   WOOD
The Sunshine is a good, "all dampers prevent the escape of the
round" lurnace. Burns, with equal hot air up the chimney—compels
facility, either coal or wood. Coke,    it to come out through the registers.
too, if you prefer it.
And so perfect is the combustion
of the Sunshine that it extracts
every unit of heat from the fuel.
What's left n lhe ash-pan is not
worth sifting.
Sunshine consumes less fuel, too.
Because Its pei feet system of
You pay for heating the inside—
not the outside—of your house
when you buy the Sunshine.
If your local dealer does not
handle this most economical
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Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrotv Lake. B. C
out
Notice is hereby given lhat 30 days af
ter dale I inlend 10 apply 10 ihe I'hiel
Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
special license lo cut and earn away limber from the following described lands
siluated in Can I oo dislricl:
1. Commencingal apost planleil aboul
i% miles up Glacier Creek and maiked
"Gus K. Hedstrum's N, E. corner posl,"
ihence soulh 80 chains, west 80 chains,
north So chains, ea.it So chains tn poiul of
commencement.
2. Commencing at a posl planted aboul
-•'.• miles up Glacier Creek andmarked
'tins E, Hedstrum's N. \V. cornerpost,"
hence  soulh  So   chains, east So cliains,
norlh So ehnins, wesl Su chains to point of
commencement.
3. Commencing at a posl planled at the
south fork of Glacier Creek and marked
"Gus E. Hedstrum's N. \V. corner post,''
ihence souih So cliains, easl 80 chains,
norlh 80 cliains, wesl So chains lo poinl of
coinmencement,
4. Commencing at a post planted at the
soulh fork of Glacier Creek and maiked
"(lus E. Hedstrum's S, E. corner post,"
Ihence norlh So chains, west Sochains,
somh So chains, east 80 chains lo point of
commencement.
5. Commencing at a post planted al ihe
south fork of Glacier Creek and marked
"Gus K, Hedstrum's N". E. corner pnsl,"
ihence south Su chains, west Sn cliains,
norlh So chains, easl So chains lo poinl of
commencement,
Dated May 10th, 1907.
6. Commencing at apost planted \%
m'ljes up west lork of Glacier Creek and
lour chains north of the creek and marked
"lius I*;. Hedstrum's S. E. corner post,"
thence west So cliains, norlh Sochains,
east So chains, south So chains to point of
coinmencement.
7. Commencing at a post planted ahoul
three miles up west fork ol Glacier Creek
and ahout four chains norlh of tho creek
andmarked "Gus E, Hedstrum's S.W,
corner post," Ihence norlh 160 chains,
east 40 cliains, soulh 160 chains, ivesl 40
chains to poinl ot commencement,
8. Commencing at a uost planted nbout Ihi 00
miles u|i west-furk* uf Glacier Crock iuul about
four chains mirth of thu Creek and murked
"Qus E. Hedstrum's S. E. corner pust," tlience
north 100 ehuins, wesWOchalus south IliO chains,
eust in chains lo point ur commencement.
0. Commencing at a post plautod ubout threo
and a halt miles up wost fuflf or (iiu ior Ciuok
und about four chains uorlh uf tlio Creok und
marked "QusE, Hedstrum's N.W. eoruer post,"
llienco oasl 160 chains, south 4li chain*-, wost IHO
chains, north 10 ohaius to poiut of commencement.
in. Commencing at a post plnnletl about
throw and n half miles up west furk uf Glacier
Creok and ubuut four clmins nurth of llio Creok
and inarkod "tins E. Hodstrum's S. ti corner
post." theuce uorth 80 chains, wo-t .su elinins,
south 80 chains, east 80 chains to puint of commencement,
11. Commeuelng ut a post planled abotti
throe and a hull milos up wost fork of Glacier
Crook uud about four chains north uf tlio Creek
uud inarkod 'Uus E. Hedstrum's N, E. coruar
post," theuoe west 160 ohaius, soutli lo chains,
east 100 chaius, uurth ill chuius lu point of cum-
meiicumoiit.
12. Commencing ut a post pluuted uboui one
half mile beluw niouth ol north fork of Ulucier
Croek and marked "Uus E. Hedstrum's S \V.
curuer post," theuoe uorth 100 clmins, east 40
cliains, south 160 chains, we.st 4tJ ohaius to puiut
of commencement.
13. Commencing ata poat plauted abuut ouo
half mile beluw north fork of Glacier Crook and
marked "Uus E. Hedstrum's 8. E. corner post,"
tlienco uonh IW cliains, west 111 chains, south
IW chains, eust 40 ehuins to point of cum-
meucemeut.
14. Commeueiug at a post plantod nt tl.o
uorth fork of Glacier Creek and marked "Uus
E. Hedstrum's S. E. corner post," thenou uotth
IBO ohalas, west 40 chuius south IGOcUaiiis, oust
10 chains tu point ol commencement,
15. Commencing ut'a post plnnted on wost
fork of Ulucier Creek uml uboui uno half mile
ubove Uio north fork and marked 'UusE.
Hedstrum's N. E. curuer post," Uience wost ItiO
ehuins, soutli 10 chains, east Kii) chains, north 40
chuius to point ol com meucemeut.
1*3. Commeneing at a pust planted ou west
fork of Glacier Creek und ubout una half mile
abovo tho north lurk uud murked 'UusE.
Hedstrum's S. E. corner post." tlionco west ItiO
chuius, uurth 40 chaius, eust 100 chuius, south 40
chains to puiut of conimoni'omout.
Dated Muy llth, 11*07.
17. Commencing at a post planted ahoul a mile
up the soutli fork uf Glacier Creuk uud markod
"Gua K. Uedatrura's N. W. corner pout," tlienco
soulb 8U chums, oast 81 chalna, uurth mi chaiua,
west &i chains to puilll of commencement,
18. Coinmeneing at a post planted about one
mile up the snulli fork of Ulachir Creek and
uiatrkcd "Gua If. Hedstrum's N. E corner pnst,"
thenco south 80 eh Una, wosl 80 chains, north 8"
■.■luiiils, cast mi chains lu point nf cu umuticemcnt.
IU, Comineunclug at a pnal planted almut tlnee
miles up the south fork i.f Glacier Creek end
marked "Gus E Hedstrum's 8. W. cornerpost,"
Uience uurth SO chuius, east 80chairs, south SO
chains, west MJ i hams to point of commencement.
20. Commencing ut u post plumed ubout
threo niilo» up lho south fork of Glacier Creek
nnd marked "Gus E. Hedstrum's S. E. cornur
post," tbenee north so chuius, ihenco west so
chaius, thouco south Ml chains* thence e.ist 80
cbaina to point o[ commencement.
21. Commencing ut a post planted aboul
tliree miles up the south furl; of Glacior Creok
end marked'' Gus E. Hedstrum's N, W. corner
post." ihenco south 80 chains, east 80 ehuins.
norlh Ki chuius, west 80 chains tu puint of co.n
moncomeut.
'i'i. Commencing at a post plautod about
three milos up the sou-.h lurk ul Ulacior Crook
aud marked ' Uus E Hodstrum's N. E, corner
post." thence south 160 chains, west 411 chain;
uurth IW) chains, east 411 ehuins to poiut of
commencement.
Dated May 18th, 190]
NlHIUt
Notico is hereby given I>hal30 days arierrtn
I Intond toapply to the Chlol Coinii. -nine; .
Unds and Works for aspecial license loci
and (-ni it awny iim on* t'-oui lln* fullowilii* (lc
scribed laiids situate in Wesl Koolcn»y dis
trlct:
1. Commencingal a post planted uu llie wpm
Imnk ni ii laige creed about Ij milea soutb of Hip*
ii,i.mh Creek, following tlm Clock uml about fiU
uiili-s from Unlll mh in Itiver au.l uiarked "K, Mc-
(lean's north-wesl eurner," theuce nm chain.".
soulli, tbence In chalna east, tlience IBO chalna
north,thonce io chaiua wcatto point of emu
wen cement.
■l Cmufnenctafi al a post planted no tlm wesl
liank of a large creek almul 1] miles imuthof .ig-
ninntli Creek, following the creekaudal t.v.
mllea from Columbia lllver aud marked "K Me-
I Dean's iii.rili-ea.-t corner," tlienee 100 clialna
' ionth, llienee 10 chains wesl, tlienco US') eliains
! north, tlience III dm tin cast to point nf mm*
meneement.
8, Commencing at a post planted about 860
yards wost of a small creek ami about I milu
suuth uf Bigmoutb Creek, ami about 1% miles
from the Columbia Itiver ami marked '% Mcliean'a Uiulli-wi'st corner," tlience Hill cIiuIiih
south, thenre in chalna east, them-e IOO clialna
norlli, tbonco -io chuius west to [mint uf com-
niuitcement,
■l. Commencing at a post planted almnt 260
yards west nf a small creek and 1 mllo Boutliof
Dig uouth Creek and \\ miles frum the Columbia
Itiver, uml marked ''& M. Beau's north-east cor-
JNUT1CE-
*1
Her,
west, I
tin
ico mu elm
lou
ih -..iitt., tin-in-,- (0chain.
f norlli, llienco lu chaiu.
L-Quient
nut iil.iiii.'.lnt il... uirlli
... N... 4 un.l marked "K
timer," tlienco Su cliain.
i in-sl, thonco »o chain.
- i-fi.*t tn jn,int nf com
nut tit point ot
;.. Commencing at.
weal corner ..f l.ois
McBoan's north oast
"null., tin 0   Ml   .'I.f.
nurt h, tlienco hi i-Ii.i
ini'iii-i-iii'-iil.
linli.I .prllUnl, 1907.
ii. Commencing ata pusl planted nl 11 ...ili
north nl lllgmoitth Creek niul 8 mllea Irom tin
Unlninbliilllver an.ltna.k«d "li. McBaan'ssoutli-
u.-si cunier," Ihence mu chains east, thence 11
'•hains nnrth, ll co llio chains wost, thence41
i h .in.* -nuiii in pnlnt i.i cmnmoucoinout.
;. Commencing f.i o post planted 11 mllo*.
ninth in lllg. tl. L'reolt nml 8 miles Irom th.
Columhin Itiver und inurh-tl "K. McBean". south.
»..-. corner," Ihenco ISO chains east, thenco ill
chains  -th, thouce III. chains west, thenco 10
clnlns south to jiolnl n! commencement,
I.uteil April i-llli. mull. Uommenclug nl n pusl planted al tho south-
eaat corner ol Loi .-:, fi.i.iu. sti chains south ol lllg-
i II. t'.Tck .....I marked "IS. McBean's th-
.';..*. comer," ilicu-u 8U chains Bouth, tlienco 80
chains mat. theuco 80 chains north, thence sn
clmins cits. t.. p .h.i .if '■..iiinicni-.fiui-iit.
... Conitni-iichigatn |...si plnnted al the north-
weat rntner ul l.n: iaa.nl marked "K. McBean's
soul h-wesl, enrner." thence UHI clialns north.thoiiee
lu chaina east., Ihence luu chains south, tlic.ee In
chains uc*.... p..!..! .,f i;,, iicemont,
in. fiiiunn-iiiiifsiiiiii plnnted al tho north-
oaateo r.,(l.„li::. niul marked "'B..Mclloau'a
s((iitli-ea»tc..rner," llienco ion chains norlh, llionce
lOchains net, .1 o liki chains south, theueo 40
chnlns cn*l t.. |.,,:nt. ,,f commencement,
Unled April Unlh, 1:11-7
li. (.'"iu nclngnt a post planted on tho smith
-I; ninl about I'., miles Irom
marked "E, McHean's north-
- In elialm south, thenco lu
in chains soutli, thence 811
■Imins eaat, then.-e lu elinins nnrtli, tl.e.  40
chains  .vest, thenee 40 clmins north,thenco80
f commencement
Commoncing f.i n p..st planted on lln- nortl.
hank ..f Canyon .'.-.-.-K'. abont J mile Iro........nil.
...I marked   'li. M.-lie...*  -th-woal comer,"
thence su chains south, ihenee an chains mist,
.l.e.n-e sii chains iinrtli, thenco 80 chains west to
.lnt ..f commencement.
.:..  Commencing fit anostplantoilonthooast
hank nf Blgmnuth Crock, almut 5 miles nlmve
anyoii Creok and ninrked l,l-;. Meliefin's siuith-
mst enmor," thence sn chains north, thouco 80
-hains .vcsl, lhe.  SI. chains aonth, thence bl.
chains esl to ......u nf oomniencotuont.
11. Coinmeneing nt. a post planted .... tl.o
..-.ist bnnk of Kiginuutl. Creek, ubout. .1 ...iles
ii!)'..-.! c.ii.yi.n Crook and marked "I'i. Mc-
(loan's ROUlh-ivent ourne..," thoneo 8(1 ehuins
ni.nl., Ihence si. ..Iinin* east, tllOIICO80chains
south, thonoo so ehuins west Ut point of com
1ncncc.1u.nl.
IS. ConimenuliiR nt a post, planted ....lhe
Nu
ice lc
11 -  '
1-.. n
caller ',1:
1 >ii
'll'l [■*
i-l.
iu
: ei
.,:, 1 1 ..,
.
Lam
- ami
'i.i.
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r .1
ei-JH
. -.-•   : .
an-l
■.in 1
[|| he
In
ni II
,- 1   11.1.
. den
lan.l
I. 1
nortl
'uiu'in
IH3
lln
Car
1*' 1
.Ml, l.i..
n,ll'k...l
...1 . ,..!,„
1 f. 1. 1
IV. J Ott,,
Hive, nl -
111 un
su di
eafnm
linsea
1.   ti
■i r
■lliiiV-.fi
rock, Ihenc.
.... thence "
■hail
< wesl.
ll.. '1
-.'
1 .1
nn. 11, rl
1 ... point..
'iiinr
CIK'Cl .
III .
Da
!•( M   1
'ullll. 1
,
. 1
1 arked
IV. ,1. ..it.,'.
 tl
-1 1
mil
W-.I,
limit.
1 mill
hence
henco
':'''!
ins
,'m
mi I'l-ir
.1 .Ilnn
I1, l.i..iiiii...Mm:
uigan Creek
*n chain
S'l elialm
d ciilninen
8.
lumumncing
■it
pu.
marked'
W.J.Otto'i
,1111th
weatci
nii-r,
I'll
 1
..11 |..;lila
iy;... Croek,
il t
. miles
Imn
111
nth,
thence 80
-bf.ins east.
1
n*
1 (flllli
illll ci
east,'
on 1
-elf 11
the
the.
lis
east,
then
ll
west
tlm.
ll
west I
.p....
thenco SO chains aouth, thonce So chains e,i>t,
ihence 41) chains uortli, theuce Mj ohains west,
tlience-.'ll ehuins norlli, thetice SU chains we.it,
ihenee in cliains smith to point of commoncement,
l. Commencing at a post mnrked "W J
Otto's suulh west corner," Hauled on Ptarmigan creek aboulflmlloa I rum the moutn.tneuce
ICO ehalna eust, thenco 40 obaina north, ihence
ti'-O t-'.iiins west, theme iu chains somh tu
puint of commenceaieut.
Hated March'i8tb, 19U7,
.'). Commenolng at a post marked "W, J.
oi.u's uorth-east corner,'1 planted on'atfo
Hi ver ti bon uiu miles frmn month, thenee Iw
chains west, thenct'4u chains Mint1, thence Inn
chains Bist, thenco tu ehuins nurih tu point ot
eommoucemont.
Datod ilaroli 81st, 1007.
0. Commonolng at a post marked "IV. J
m.iu's north-oast corner," planted on Canoo
RIvorabouttB miles from umuili, thence si
ehalus south, thonco80chains west, tbence
ohains north, thonce 80 ohalna east to point of
oumuicnuomont,
7. p Commenolng at a nost murked "W.J.
Otto s south-oast corner, planted on Canoe
Hlver about 85 mllea from the mouth, thonce
B0 ohains north, thenoe 80 cliain- ivest, thonee
B0 chnlns south, thencu 80 ohalna east to poinl
uf eumnieneeinenl,
8. Commencing at a post niaiked "\\\ J.
Olio's norlh-easl eurner, planted on Canoe
itiver aboul 70 mile, from inunih, ihence-u
chains south, thenco 80 chal
chains north thence80chal
commencement.
KXAMNATIOXS    POB    INSPECTOHS  OP
STEAM BOILERS AND MAI HIMlilV-
EXAMINATIONS forlbo poshmnofluspcc-
■j torsol Steam BoiUrs aud Machinery,un-
ier the Steam Bcdlers Ii^poctiou Act. 1001, will
■ie held at tie Parliament Buildings, Victoria,
somniHicmg on Monday June :"-l: h, l'."07. Application and inMriicii.ni forms can be bad on
application to tbe uudersigued, to whom the
.'ormer nm-.t bo returned, correctly filled h,
not later than June 17th. Salaries, llio and
ilVt per inoatl.
JOHN PECK,
Chief Inspector of Machinery,
wjl2 td New Westminster, 11. c.
NOTICE.
.. thonco s.
... point of
il.  Commencing nl .. ntwl marked "W.J.
lib.oust corner,   plnuled un ( u.ioe
lliver .ibout 70 iniles from
UKI chains wort, thonoo IOc
100 chains easl, thonce 10 ol
ut'coniinc.iucu.cut.
Dated Maroh 30th, 1007.
.*..! .ill.. I
II lull III,   ll,,-:,
Mlh, thence
nth lu puint
\V. J. OTTO.
NOTICE
Notice I* horeb). given I bul flu dnys after dale
I in.cud lo iipply ... [Iiet'biof.'o i-*ioiicri)l
IjhiuIs nnd Works Ior a special Hoence to cut
and curry avv.iy tlnibor Irom the followiug ilo
scribed lnmls in Nur.lie.ist Ivootc.my District:
1. Commencing ut. a pnst marked "\V. J.
tlu a north-oast oornor," planted uu the Colli...bin llivcl-..lbo..l ill.ehuins.... stream Iro...
ICinbaskol Lake, thenco v.-.-*. UJOchalus tbc.ee
south 10 chains, thenco oasl hi- ehains, theuce
norib III clmins lu tin otof ciilnniciiceltlcllt.
Dated April ith, if.,;.
(. Co.... icing ul. a post marked "W. J
Ottos south-west coi'iior, plnnlul .... Miihll,
lliver, .ibo..., 81. clmins Iron, ll.o t noi lib, thenci
north 80 elinins, thenco east, sn ohaius, thenci
snulli Ml ciniins, ihen, e west Ko clmins to point
uf commoncomont,
Daled .Iprillilli, 11 Ji.
satjun 1
VV. J. OTTO.
lOUtll (reek, nbout .i mile.
; fil.it niarked "K. Mi.'Hcfin'n
" thoneo sn cbnins oast,"
'"ill li. I hence 20 cbnins cnsl,
uuth, Uience Stl ehnins weal,
nlli, Ihouco20ohains west,
firih tu point of ooinmoncc-
J. MclNTYRE & SON
Full lino ol Groceries* antl Dairy
I'rotlucp, Men's Supplies, Klc.
Kri-sh stock alwiiys urrivii.g nt
lowest prices.
FIRST STREET, ■ city rismubahi
~H."W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
D.-rr llemls, Anltnall. HinlH, Ulh, |KU;„
MOUNT BD
Animal Knga Moonted,
P.O. Ili-UI.
HtUtllOi   Coruer of lirnt St. and lluyle Ave.
Itefelstoke. 11. C.
'iU. Commeueiug at a post pluutod on tho
north bank of Douglna Creok and abuut 140
chains from llio muuth and markod "Uus K.
Hedstrum's S. K. corner pust," thonco nortli Mi
chaius, wost 4b cbaius, sunt h I«o chains, oast 40
chains to poiut uf co inuoucomoui.
24. Commenoingat a post planted ou tho
north bank of DoiikIus Creek abmit 111) chains
from the mouth and tuurkul UusK. Hodstrum's
N. W. cornor post," thonco oust SI) chuius,
suuth Michnins wost tf) chains, nurth 80 chains
lo point of commencement,
, Commenolng Ht a post planled on tho
uurth hank of Douglas Creek aud about 140
cliain- lm,ii lhe month und murked "UusK,
Hondstnun'sS. \V, corner po4," theuce north
IUI chains, oust 4D chains. BOUth IW) ehnins, west
40 ehuins to puiut of commencement.
2ti. Commencingat a posl planted on Iho
south bank of Douglas Creek und ubout two uud
ai|uarlennili*- tr.ui. Hum :|. nml marked"! iii-
K. Hedstrum's S. W. curuer pustj" theueo nortli
IM chuius, oust 40 chain-, south IOO eliuiiis, wost
40 chains to point nf cummoncumoul.
Datud Mny 15th, 1007.
87* Communcing nt n [lost iilautod iiIhiuL livo
chains north of Hoiildor Creel, and ubout two
and u half miles from tlm muuth and murked
"UusE, Hodstrum's N.W. corner post," thorn:
soutli Michnins, oasl 8(1 ohalni, north HO ohulns,
west .-n ehains to puiut uf com menoement,
'X ('.Humouring ul u post planted abuut livo
Chains north of Bottider Creek and ubout two
nud ti hall milos from (hu mouth and markod
"Uus K, lloilstruiu'sS. K eorner post," thouco
north 100ouatui,wet140obalaB,soulli HKichuin
oust 411 chnius to |ioini nl eouimeueeiuuut.
-'.(. Commeueiug ut a post phiutoa abuut live
huiiit- north of llouldor Cruel, and abuut two
ind a half miles from the muuth uud murked
'Qus E, Hedstrum's S W. coruor post," thonco
uorth 1(10 chnius, oust 41) chains, south   UK)
ehaiiis, wost 40 chains to point of commence'
m out.
Hated May Iiith, IlKli.
wed may 22 UUS. K. HKUSTKUM.
NOTIGE
in the Bupromo Coui't uf Britisli Columbia.
In the matter of the Kstalo of John K. Wood.
deceased, and Iti tliu matter of the "Ollicial
Administrators Act."
Tako notice that by order uf Mis Honor J, A.
Korhi, I...)., mndo Ihe lllth day of May, 11)07, I
was appointed adminiHtralui* of the estatoof
John lv \Vood, deeeiihod, and nil pnrtioH having olidim- against the said eslule nre hureliy
roqulrod to furnish same properly vcrilied lo
mo mi or before Ihe :milidiiy of Juno, 1007.
And all parlies iiidehled lo suid estate arc ro-
qntrod to nay tho amount of their indebtedness
to nn- furl h '.villi.
UKO. S. MoOAttTBK,
Offlolal Administrator.
Dated the 95th d-iy of May. lOiff.    w my 211
NOTIGE
Notice in hereby given thai eOdayi idler date wo
Iiileml t' apply tu the Honoralilo Chief Cnmiuls-
sioner uf ltiiinl* and IVrnks for peiuiissiou to pur
chose the fulluwing descrilied lauds in Wesl
K'lut-iiavillstrlcl;
east, hank uf l)i
above Canyon Ore
north-west cornc
ihence It) chllllir
thonco 40 ehnins
llienee m chains
IhejaolO chains
ment.
Hilled April 27th. 1007.
Hi. Coinmeneing at a post planted on the
norlh bank uf Hi. in mlh Creek near (he moulh
uf suuth furk and marked "K. MoBoan's norlh-
wtst corner," thence IOO chuius south, thonco
In ehnins east, tlu-nce Ujuchains nurth, thenee
10 chuius west to point of commoncomont.
17. Commencing at u pusl planted about l.i
chains norib of Big mouth Creek, two mbes
beluw uorlh lork and niarked "K. McBeun'--
soulh-west corner," theuce MO chains cast
thence 4n chains north, thenco 100 chains wes',
Ihenco 40 chains .south toplucoof commence
in ent.
Ddied April 20th, UM.
18. Comment-lug ai apost planled 10 chuius
easl uithe*-.mh east corner of'I'.I,. 104S8 slid
marked " K Mcileau's nurth-we t corner."
thence lliu chain- south, Ihenee 1(1 cltnius east,
theuce 160 chains north, llienco 10 chains west
io point of commenoement.
Unled Sotlt April, 1007,
ID. Commenolng ata post iilanled M mite
Oor'hof mi.It.-easl corner nt 1. L. ~m nnd
niflrked " '•;. McBean's soir.h-easi cornor,"
thenco in chains north, thenee8(1 ohalna west,
thence I') chains uorth, tlience 120 chains east,
thence bOchaltiH roui , ihenee 40 chaius west
ti. point of cuiiinieiiceincut.
■ju. Commencing at » pusl pluuted about one
mile west of Columbia Kiver, and abuut otie-
half mile south of Elghwnllo Creek and
marked "K. McHean's nurth-east corner,"
tin nee 80 clialus west, thenee 8u chains -rouih,
thenee SO chains cast, 'hetice 81) chains uurth
tn [loinluf eonimeiu-einent,
Hated 1st Mai, 1007,
21. Commencing at a pus' planted at the
south-west eur. eruf  I'.i.  invoo nud  inarked
K. .McHean's Hiiuth-eiwl ro ner," ihenee Hu
chains west, thomte 80 chains n rm, ihenee Ml
chains easl, Iheuce 80 ohaius touih to point of
commencement.
■a. Commenoingat ft pnst plauted nn tho
aoutb bank of Uordou Creek, about IU miles
frum the muuih nud murked "1'), MclteanS
tioiih-easi corn-'i." litem-.! 80 chains soutb,
thenee 80 chain- wesi, tbence BOchalUa north.
tlience st) ehains euat lo point ul commence*
mmt
28, Commenolng ut. u post plunled on the
south bauk of Uurdun Crook, al-oiit 2miloi
from the muuth and marked "K Mdi.-a .'
south'wost coruor." thouco UK) chains we-l,
thonco 40 chains north, thenco UIO ehnins oust,
ihoneo 40 chuius soulli to pointof commence
mont.
21. Commenolng at n post plnulud nu the
south bank of Gordon Crook, ubout 'i'k milo;
from lho muuth uud mnrked "K. MoBomi'i
uorth-oast corner," thoncu 80 ehains south,
thonco Ki chains wost, thouce 80 chnius north,
thoneo SJt chains oust to pointof CommoUCO-
mini t,
Dated Muy 2nd, 11)07."
wml my 8 K. MoBEAN.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
Kiel..I.0...1 Mineral Claim, situulc in the Uov
clslokc .Mining Division uf V.'e.sl Kuolellav
District.
Whoro loc!itcd:-At. Standaid Basin, South
Ku.-k ul Downie Creek.
Tiiko nolice Hint I, tt, Smith, F.M.O. No,
Bis.!.:', acting as uncut for IV. H. Wlllcox,
Kroc Minors Ccitiilcnio No. II8S.W Intend,
sixty days Irani linlc hcrcol, lo n|.i.ly to ll.e
.Mining ltccunlur Ior a Ccriillcaic ol Improve.
.......is, lor the pu.poseol ubliliniliK u Cruvvn
Grant uf tl... abovo claim.
And fu.il.oi- lake nuiice that action, under
section :I7, must be cuniineuce.1 hefuce the
issuance ol such Uertlllcate of linproveinents.
JJiiH.ll Uus l£W ..ny of Mny, A.I). liluT.
wedniy-*!) R. SMITH.
NOTICE.
ilevelstoke Ijintl District.
Districl of Wesl Kootenay.
Take notice that George B. Campbell, of
Arrowhead, oceupatiun limber Cruiser. Intends to npply tor u special t imber licence uver
the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted un tho somh
side ot J^ul U28l nboul lo ohains west of Poplar
Crock, thonce west 'in chains, thenco north 22
chains, thenee west ilo chains, I hence sooth \i
ohains, thenco cast 160 ohains, theuco north 80
chains to point of commencement, und cuntaining (iio acres, more or Ies*!.
GKOBGK BENJAMIN CAMPBELL.
Dated .May Uth, [007, ivod my ft
NOTICE
NOTICE
VTOTICE is horoby given thnt thirty duy;
1> alter (Into I intend in apply lo tho Chief
Commissioner of Lands und Works fur special
liconso to cut und curry awny timber Irom lho
fulluwing doscribod lands Kituutu iu Wost
Kootonay distriot!
Commencing at ft post planted at the mumli
of Ultimo Ilivor and niarked "K. rtwilzer's
north-oust oornor nost," ihence wust 80 chains,
thenco smith 80 clmins, thenoe east Ml chains,
thouco norl It 8" clmins to the point of cum
mcnccnimit.
Dated Muy 2nd, I.K'7,
wedinyW K> SW1TZER.
NOTICE
[, Thoi, Watson, acting as agent [or J. Watson
intend sixty dnys aflor datn lo apply to th-
11.-in.r.iLie the Chief C'liiillllssiuiier ol hiiluls nm
Wurks for |i'iiiii. -.fn tu purchase tlm fulluwing
described lands, siluated un Upper Arrow l.uk
ainl nmre particularly described as follows)
Commencing at a post planted at t he s. K r<>
nur of Timbor Limit TBBfcfruu them-e smith io
Chains- frmn thenee nesi pill cliniiiH, frmn them
north io ohalna, from thonco east ino chains i
puint uf eninnieiieeiiient.  (Ualniia Hay district.)
Dated April Mh, l>,\
T. WATSON.
wed my 1 Agont for J Wutsuu,
NOTICE
Notice la hereby given that .'10 days afler date
I inlend fit apply to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a special lloonootooul
nnd curry tuvay timbor from the fulluwing
described lands Hlttmto In Vale Disirlot:
ii. Coinineiieiug at a posl planted ut. llm
soul.h-ea-sl eurner of No. 21, and marked "A- M,
Bymons'S. W, corner post," thenee north ho
cbaliiH, thonoo oast nn chains,thonoo south m
oballts. thonco west 80 ehains tu place uf coin-
ineiiccinent.
Dated 23rd March, lll»7.
_   wed my Ifl A. M. HYMONH.
LAM) notice.
Notice Im liereliy glvotl lhat IK) days after date 1
iuieml to annly lo lhe Ohiel ('ommlsslnnur of
Landa ami Wnrks for permission tn purchase the
following descrilied luml.i In the Wesl Kuuteiiay
Dislrict:
CiJiuiUf'iichiK nl u posl planled at the < a.t lunik
of the Culumbia Klvurjuliuul the head of lil-Mllo
j Itiiu- and uiarked "C, ll, D'aliorlll-wost cornet"
Commenolng at u i«'^i plantotl on tbo 8. E. thence oast M clialnflt thoneo imitn wi ehnins,
cumor of Thompson nre-omplion MB. markod thonoo went io ohains to the Columbia Hlver,
"Kvans tc Ouilvio's N. \V. cornor post." thonc! tlienco hi a uorllierlv direction fullnwhi« lhe
40 chains ensl, 40 chains south, III chains wost,
id ehuins norlli lo point Of eoiiiinoucomoilt.coii-
lainiiii; Wl aero."- more or Iobs.
Datod May Uh, 1007.
sut my 25 KVAKB & OUILV1E,
inoandorlnga ol the Coin tibia Ilivor Hn chains in
pnint of commencement, containing about io<i
Dated Marcli 83rd, A.D.-1007.
wod ap 10
F. U. Dl'TTON.
Notice Is hereby given that 80 days after date
Ifiiumd in apply to ineCtiief Commissioner ol
hands und works ior a spooli11 license to oat
au.i curry uway timber irum the following
descriueu landssiiuaicd on McDonald Creek,
Upper Arrow Latke, Weat Ku Heiiay district:
I. Commonclng at a pust marked "W. it.
Holds souib-wosi, corner post," ailuatcd hear a
beaver meadow,ahum, i miles from the muutii
of JloDouald Creek, thenco nortti ni chain.-,
the.ice east so chains, llienco south Ml chains
thouco west r-o uhulns lo point of commencement,
Commenolng at a post plunted at the
h-west corner of No. 1, mnrkod "W, it.
is north-west corner pust." tnence-outh
u.,11-, ihuiiceeunUochains, thenco north.ni
ii-, tiiuniio went &i chains lu iiointof com-
lucu-jciiieiil.
3. ( on inditing at. a pust planted at the
north e...-i. unriier ol No. :', marked "W. ll.
Ilti.is nurih west curnei* post," thouce south mi
halns, thencu east so un-tlns, monoo nurtii 8U
,i, .ih, thence west 8e olmiii-j to point Ol com
i incut
i»... d May Win, 1007,
'-hJ W. U, KKID.
Hill i.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that un days after date 1
intend t« apply tu tlio Hun. Chief Commissioner
of Lands anil Worka fur permission tu purchase
tin. fulluwing described lamia lu West Kootenay
I) strict;
Commenolng at apost plauted on the eastern
bank uf the Columbia Kiver about one-fourth of u
mile beluw I'riesl Uapkla and marked -T. |l, W.s
Boiitn-oful cuiiu'r," tiii'iut- nortb 10 ehains,tbence
west lu chains, thein-e inntli to chains tu tin- hank
ui the Columbia lliver, thence in a iouth-oa*terlv
directiun following lho meandurings ol the Columbia Klvoi t<> i u of commenoement, cnutaiu-
lug about 1*00 acres.
Dated March Mli, A,l>„ 11)07.
wodftOlO 1'. B. WELLS,
NOTICE
Ucvolsloko l.ainl Distriot.
Dislricl uf Wesl Kootenay, B. C.
Take nutieethal K.Switm-r, of Iteavermouth,
B. U„occupation l*rospoctor,Intends in apply
fur a speciul timber licence over the following
doSOliuod huul-;   .Situated ill  West Kouieuay
Dihlriel, H.c.
Commonolng nl a posl planted at the moulh
uf Caitoe Itiver and maiked "K. SwIUor'a
nurlb eait eorner,'' thenco wtat 80 chains,
il.ui.r M'Hih -ui ohnlns,ihonoe ea-t B0chains,
tllOUCO nurth Ni chain-lo poinl uf cumim-licc-
mon!, and containing liiu acri>, more or lis.-,
EDQAH SWITXKH.
Dated Mny 2nd. 1007. wed my'."J
Ilevelstoke Land Dislrict.
Dlutriet of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Juhn Manning Scott, of
Revelstoke, B. C„ H.irrister, Intends to apply
tor special timber licenses over the followiug
loscrlbed lands:
1 Commeneing at a post planted al lhe
iorthea.-t turner of Timber Limit SPJland
wing about 30 chains north of Qoldstream nnd
10 chafns east uf Cariboo Croek and marked
".I.Mr-.- S K. corner," theuce wett iiichains,
hence north 160 chains, thence east W ohains,
thence south 100 chains tu point uf commence-
nent containing W0 acres mure or less.
2. Commencing at u poat planted at tho
uorth-east corner of Timber Limit mi, and
being about 30 chalna nurth uf Qoldstream and
10 chain- cast of Cariboo Creek and marked
'J.M.S..- ,s.W. corner." thenee ca-l W chains,
thence uorth 1(30 chains, thonco weat m chains,
thencesouth ii>i chain- to point ot commencement and containing ti-l'i acre- more or lev-,
Dated Maj i."nn, ifio?,
.'(. Commeneing at a post planted about 120
chftitissoulh Irom a post 2 mile-up ihe south
lork of Uold-trcain and marked "J,M.8.'a N.K.
corner,' tlienco we-l 10 chain-, thenee south ISO
chains, thonce ea*-t 1X0 ohains, thence norlh in
chains, thonco west bO chains, ihence north io
chain-, to point of couimoncemont and contain*
lug 0l.» acres mure or less.
I. Commencing at a post planted about five
iniles up the norlh east fork ol Uold-tream and
about Vi chains cast of same and marked 'J M-
S.'s ri K. corner," ihenee west B0 ehains, ihenco
north mi chains, thenceeast 80 ehains, thence
-outli nj chains to point ot commencement and
containing IBO acres moro or less.
5. Commencing at a poM plnnted abotn une
mile up the nonh fork oi UokUtreamand
niarked "J.M.S.'s a B. eurner." Ihence nurth
10ohalna, thouce west W chains, thenoe suuth
120chains, thenceeast 10 chains, thence nurth
80 chains, thenceeast 10 chalna to puint of commencement and cuntaining M0 acres more or
less.
0 Commonclng nt a post planted about one
mile up the uonh furk uf Qoldstream and
marked "J.ALS.'sS.W cumor," thence north
10chains, thenco cast lOOchains, thence suuth
lo chain*-, thence west HD chains to point of
commoncomont and contalulug 010 acres more
or less.
Dated May 18th, 1007.
wedjun 12     JUHN MANNING SCOTT.
NOTICE.
Hevelsluke Und District.
District ut West Kootenay.
Take notice that Juhn Manning .Scott uf Ilevelstoke, H.i', Barrister, intends to apply for
special timber licenses uver the foliuwmg described landi**:
1, Commenolng at a post planted about
three iniles west uf the (olumbia lliver and
nbout lit mile- somh of smith Oreek and
marked "J.M.8 'a S.W,corner," thence iiuilh so
chains, thence east ft chains, thence coutii w
chain-, theuce west 80 chains to point of commencement and containing Olu acres more or
less,
'i. Commencing at a post planted about
three miles west of tbo Columbia Riverand
about Di miles suuth of Smith Creek und
marked "J.M.a.'i-N K. corner,' tbence south 80
chains, thenee we-l w chains, Lhenoe north *^0
ohaius, thenee oaat 80 chain-to puint ut commencement and containing WO acres inure or
less.
:* Commoncing at a post planled about Uvo
mllea west of tbo Columbia Biver and lj miles
south of Smith Creek and marked "J.M.S.V
S.W. corner," Iheuce oast 80 chains, thence
nortli t*i ohaius, thence west SO ehains, tbence
soutn 80 chains tu puint of commencement ana
containing •>!" acres mure ur less,
1, Coinmeneing at a post plauted about live
milea west uf the Columbia Kiver and lj inUes
suuth uf Smith Creek und maiked "J.M.Si's S,
K corner," tlience norlli m chain-, theuce west
Ni chain.-, thencesouth tti chains, thenee oast nj
chains to point of commencement, and con
taiui.igoloaeres inure or lets,
Dated May-find, 1007.
j. Commoncing at a po^t planted aliout 7
miles west ot the Cuiumbm Hirer and li miles
south ui Smith Creek uud marked "J.M.s.'s a.
VV. corner," ttuncc north SO chains, theuce east
80 chains, thence south *>-<-iiaiii*-, thenco west
mj chains to point of Lommcuccmenu aud con-
ctimng wo acres more ur less,
6, Commencing at a poit planted ahmt seven
miles wes*. of the Culumbia Hirer and IH miles
iiiuthnf nmitti Creek and maiked "J.M.s.s s.E.
corner," ihence wot W chains, Uience norm 80
chains, tbence east so chains, theuce Huutit So
chaius tu puiut uf commencement ami containing
010 acres more or less,
;. Commencingat a pust plantotl abuut eight
otles wtat of ibe Columbia River aud ai the forks
f Smith track, and marked "J.M.S,'a N.B. cor-
ier," ihence aouth m chain*., thence west so
halns, thonce north •>) chains, theuce eaal 80
■haina to point "f commencement and containing
i>li) acres mure ur less.
luted Maj iird, wu;,
wedjuiii:       JOHN MANNING SCOTT.
NOTiCE
Notice is hereby uiven iiiat i>i days after date 1
intend to apply tu the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and \\ orka fur permission to purchase the
fullowini* itescrllwl lands, iltuate m West Koote*
iy district:
Uotamenclng at a post planleil iui-hsins
north ol m uih-east corner ul T.t. 7016 and
marked "J. k. Johnson's north-weat eoruer
posl," ihem--- oast 80 chains, soutb fo chains,
west 8u ehainti, nurih BO chaius to in!<itol
commencement,
iJatt-d June filh, 1907.
wedjun U J, B, JOHNSON.
LAND NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 00 days after date 1
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to I'linhasetlie
following described lands, iltuate In west Kooteuay District:
Commeueiug «t a post planted 40 chains
norlh of iouth cast corner of T. L 7016, and
marked "H.O.M orris's nurth-etst corner post,"
Ihonoe south N chilni, wesi BOebalns, uorth
hains, eas', 50 chains to jKiitit of eomineuce-
meut.
Dated June titli.lOeT.
wed jun \1
H, C. MORBIB,
NOTIGE
In tins County Coobt ov Wkst
K....THNAV    ItOLDBN   AT   llliVI'.I,-
STOKK.
Ii. Uu. iiiiii tor ..I'tin. l-isi.ii.' uf Oscn
K. Stevens, .I...-...IM..I, .iml in the
matter ot the "OfBoinl
A.li..ini»tiiiltiM Act,"
TAKK NOTICK Ilinl liy order i.f
Ills II......r.I, A. Kin-it., .IikIk.', made
the 28th day ol May 1007, I wus ap-
pointed lulintntalrator of ilu- estate of
Oscar 13. Stovons, deceaaed, and all
parties having olalnis ogalnsl the suid
estate are hereby required to furnish
*;...n- properly verified lo tue on or
before tho Ifitnday ol Jinn*, 1IB7, Ami
nil parties lndobtud to said estate are
required to pay the amount of their
IndobtcdneBs to mo forthwith.
(IKn, N. .M.'I.'AllTICK.
Official Administrator.
Dated this 1st, day of June, 1007,
NOTICE.
VTOTICE i- hereby given that M dan after
x> tine I Intend to apply to the Hon, the
t hb.f Commissioner of Landa and Work.-, for
imitation to purchase the fulluwing decribud
land-, situated 111 tVost Kootenay:
Commencing Ht a posi planted SO ohaini
■veitol Blind Bay, marked D. SI. Hau'suurth-
east COmei post," Uu nee south H i chains, west
vi chain-,  nurth Hi chaius, east su chains to
-,-oini ut pommenoatneoti
Hated Julie Olh, YM.      w)13      D. M, IlAK.
NOTICE
VTOTICKI8 HKltKHY QIVKN thai thirty
i\ days after dale I inlend toapply lo tlu
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works fora
special license to cut and carry away timber
from lhe fulluwing (h-.-cribt-d lands situatod In
Weit Kootonay District;
Commonclng nt a |wm lin-cribed "ll Arm-
itroDg'iS,W. eorner poat,"planted at apost
iuscriU*'! Ut 7066 N W„ them-e north 100
cbalni. wesl v, ohalni, iouth lOOebalui, west
lo.-hnitiH t>i p liuioi commencement,
Dated June Sib, 1007,
wedjun 12 ROBERT ARM8TRaN(l,
NOTICE
it. -.. iiokgUnd Dlitrl. I
li.Hrl.-t ,.t Wml Kuolellnv.
•uiiFiuiiin-iti.i 1,0, If.Oldnm-onoIKtv
BlStOke, OpItlOD   IfitlJIlT,   i.l.t-l..l   t..H|.|.ly
lor iivriuls...... to paroblH ibo lollowlngdr
lorlMd laml:
Comnenolai «t » peal |.l«iur.i mtiios. B.
corner I. 7llv,0. I, tlirncu »o,t 4u ch.lns,
llienei-,uml. -nclinli.', tbencfl ea.l 4Ucli.lns.
tbeDceeortb w .i.,i.ii tu polololcoduqsaos.
..ini. ind .''iuKii..li.n . M,..;.- ni..:,. m: i..,*.
Dated M.j Hit, 1*7.
wed toll ....nit'.., NOHWOOD DIOKKN8OH1
NOTICE
Tliirlr'lny- fl(lti:.li.l« 1 il.totid t.ilil.l.ly tn thu
Licence ConmlMlouen for 11 trantfer lii-eu*ou(
tl.i-iir.ui.l li.-l.i. \.iku..i, I11H. Lullrii.-li.
KoMbory, 11 .', Juuo", lWii.
woii jo 12
M, Mct'AIITHS, NEW ARRIVALS
IN OUR
SUMMER FOOTWEAR
WHITE CANVAS SHOES A III*. HERE l''OU AM-
HALS. IND OXFORDS FOR MKN.
OXFORDS ANU GIBSON TIES FOR LADIES,
OXFOKDS AND SLIPPERS FOll CHILDREN,
CHILDREN'S  FOOTWEAR
in a very extensive variety,   Bonis. Oxfords, Ties and Slippers In
white, l.n  fiiul black.
(hit- New Children's Shoes
"Stiirtright," are made on
nature - formed   lasts,    yol
--'"Srl^- '     ""'>''"'' >l-'|:*"h *'""' '1|VSS*V'
co.i.fortalile und sung.
The prices on this line
,..-.- very low considering
Iheir i-.'iiifi'i-i and good
woariiig t|iialities,
AT Til KIT FEET.
WE CAN Ild IT.
eid & Young
at Ai row head and Revelstoke
-J
###**##$
| STOCK FOODS
*
POULTRY FOODS
l|IMM*IISt)-i->4*ltMlt*«tt
: ONLY A GLANCE \
(Inly ;i glut..
Agents for the
" Internationa
$ CONDITION POWDERS
V     Wc are
T* famous
■*■$► Stock Food."
**     Large stock kepi here.
T     Write  for circular or
fy call and see it.
4* —-—
| Canada Drug & Book Do. g
• nt
will
TRIAL
iiivhiit  .uu
Ihe purest fin.I ln'sl
I.    'I'i v   mu-
CAKES AND PASTHY.
I;Hobson & Bell;
Grocers, Bakers k Ooulcotioucra ■
WEATHER FORECAST
June 12th, lor :!4 hours—Strong
Ke.-ti-tly winds, rain ur.tl low temperature,    Ten.., mux. 61 degrees, min.
li degrees.
Local and General.
Don't forget the Ladi-.s "at home'
ut the Y M.C.A., Tuesday, June 18th
The St, Peter's Churcli Sunday
School ate to have a picnic on July 1
lo All.ert Canyon.
The regular weekly baud concert
will be rendered on Friday evening
Irom the bund stand opposite the City
Hall.
The annual McGill Matriculation
examinations are in progress today
under the supervision of the Rev. CA.
Proounier,
The ladies ol tbe Roman Catholic
church have postponed their strawberry Bocial until Wednesday, June
26th.
The meeting ol the synod of Kootenay begins at Vernon today, lt ie
expected that about -to clergymen and
lay delegates will attend.
The Right Rev. Bishop Hurt, oi
i-i .tenay Diocese, will attend divine
service morning and evening ut St.
I'eter'- un Sunday next, and will hold
confirmation.
Dr. La Bau has sold his well known
Cold Springs ranch on the west arm
ol Kuuteiiay l.«ke near Procter, to au
English syndicate iur between $70,000
and $80,000, Tne ranch covers 600
acres.
The C.P.R, water tank near tlie
depet, a land mark which has stood
lor 21 years and done excellent service
in that lime, has been demolished to
make room ior track and yard im-
i rovemenU.
A large portion cl the business
section ol Wardner lms been destroyed
f -, : re, which - riginated in the Wardner hotel, trom an expl ilul lump.
The post office and other bu:. lil .-
were gutted, the damage being considerable.
At the inquest held last week on
tlie body of A. il sick, wbo •-■ is ...
near Beaverm ill by bi ing struck bj
an engine while working - n a hand
-.,.- which had been oa ight i
ridge by > ■ slu train, the vi rd ct
: the j .'..   •■  mm i ii'. blame to any
We regret to announce the sad
intelligence ot lhe death of thu infant
-mi ul Mr. and Mrs. A. McGiegor, ol
this city, which occurred on Monday
evening, 'i lie child hud been Buffering
for some weeks prior to bis death and
the end wus not unexpected.
l'he directors of the British Coltim
bin Fruit and Produce Exchange Limited elected at the lust session at Hevelsluke on .Muy 22. ure holding session today in town tor the transaction
ot general business. The appointment
of Secretary-Manager will be made
ibis week.
All records tor lumber handling on
the coast were broken in the month
of May. The government scalers
meiiBU.ed more than -10,000,000 feet -.(
logs put into the water and rather
niiiie thun this iv ii ss cut by the mills
during the month's operations, This
is llie largest out ever made in liritisb
Columbia.
One oi lhe numbers o! the Canadian
Ilisley team, which left tor England
last week, is Gunner F, B. Fisher, ol
Victoria, Gunner Fisher has iln distinction ot being the youngest mem
ber of tie Ganadiau team, being an
excellent marksman. Before joining
the Fifth Regiment, Mr. Fisher served
in the Rocky Mountain Rangers al
Ilevelstoke uml fur several years was
in the C.P.R olliee staff hero,
well known to all.
Kirf & Anderson
W K
IAVE SOMK BARGAINS IN COAST
PROPERTIES
MONEY   TO  LOAN
Kincaid nnil Anderson
Real Estate and Insurance Agts.
Business Locals
Dispensing still to tlie lore at Bews'
drug slore.
Patronize Home Industry. Smoke
Revelstoke Cigars.
Dews' Fruit Sails, 60 cuts a bottle
at Hews' drug store.
Str.-wherries ut the lowest market
price, arriving daily at C. li, Hume
& Co's
Another shipment ol Kodaks and
Films just opened at Canada Drug A
Book Cu.
Pineapples, Apricots, P.
mas. Oranges and Lemoi
Hume ,v Cu's.
bunks
aches
i, at
, Bun
0.  ll
Hon. Charles Hynn.u has resigned
his portfolio as Minister ol Public
Works, and will retire into private
life immediately. He has written to
Sir Wilfrid Laurie.' in. is.ing that bis
resignation be accepted, and he be
allowed to seek retirement. Tin - tti.
is dated trom Los Angeles, CaL, and
is different (rum any oilier communication llynian has had with the !
government, in that it absolutely
demands that his resignation be accepted.
Seo new line ol books, b ard bind-
being ing, 25 cents at Bewa' drug sture.
Revelstoko Cigars Union Made Our
Special, Tlio Union, and Marca Vuelta
are ahead of all others.
To improve your mattress i uy a
i iy-i-il a- tell  mattress  pad.   S Id at
C    I'm   Ilu IV    .-   C  ■'■-.
Toilet p. - lirs, toilets    nnnin
perfumes—any make,    S  tl  at tin
i'm ..I i Dr ig 81 ire
■
i', B. Hume.-, >   -
I.ilnle, lliitisi. It. i.i._'i>i-..t'.in company,
ol M'intieft', 'i ive ihe c .iitranl I ir the
machinery, which is now iti position
... d ready lor running. The co'Ting
system is operated by a steam engine
ul 12 hor-e power, compressor and
anioniii, tlio circulation being carried
llll'iingll pi es, ul which there are colls
iii every clumber. The bis.uiiei.tis
lnrge airy und mini, with ampin room
tor storage and taci.it io. li.r bandit, g
ni"at. and other pr. iliicc. A feature
of lh.. building is tl.u over!.I- .I truck
currying the meal Iron, the dray tu
the sulIos and from BO.ih'S toe.iol room
which eliminates thc handling ot tbe
heavy sides,. pu titers, etc. The olliee j
furniture is all ol the latest type, the
blocks iu the sion- are of pressed block
maple handsomely finished, while the
m.irl.'o for the counters and meat
stands is best Italian Larue and
commodious are lho whole premises
and tho store is perhaps with one nr
two exceptions, the linest in the po-
vince and a credit lo Ihe city.
LADIES OF THE* MACCABEES
Installation of Local Hive.
Mrs. ,1.(1 Kemp, DSC, lor Britisli
Columbia for ihe LO.T.M., organized
a I. cal Hive hist night, The utli'. d
iini.ii if ladies was good ..nil niter a
brieI talk about tho order thn iniilit
tion ceremonies wore commenced,
Mrs. Kemp, assistrd ly M s Heck,
ii.'ting siipreuir-inisli'i'ss at-ainis, ami
Mrs. Slingley,acting supremo sentinel,
installed the officers uud conducted
the impressive rituals. The Hive will
be called Hive Mi, McKcnre, and
-la.-if. off with 20 members. The
fulluwing were elected oil! ers:
MrB. T. Taylor—I', Lady Com.
Mrs. Stingloy—Lady Coin.
Mrs. .1. Agnew—Lieut Com.
.Mn. Calder—Lady Chaplain.
Mrs Leigh—Lady Record Keeper,
Mrs, Grimes—Luly finance Keeper
Mra S Maedonald—Lady Sergeant.
Mrs. Tupping—Ludy Sentinel.
Mis. Annul—Lady Picket.
The Hive will .. eet in the Indite
iiiiiin over the post olliee, second
riiut'sd.iy afternoons and fourth Thi.rs-
lay evenings. Mitch interest bus
been taken in the work locally.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
The Council desires tenders for
carpciilni' work, elc. nt No. 2 Five
Hull, according to specifications to be
seen al llie City Hall.
T ..mini's to reach tho undersigned by
.Iuin* is:li, 1007,
11. FLOYD,
Oily Clerk,
.Iuin. 8th, 1007.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
The attention ot owners nf horses is
call il to Section 23 of City Ily law-
No. 7, pn.vidi g tbat no horse, etc.,
shall be left on any street or public
pla"e wi'bout being sufficiently tied
Owing to the frequency ol runaways
recently, tl.o police have instructions
to pnlorce rigidly tbo provisions ol said
By-law in this respect. •
11. A. BROWN,
June 8. 1007.        -It       Mayor,
THE SMALL BOY
Is oflen a hard proposition to fit out, hut if you come to this store
we can make it easy for you, for we have everything you boys need
from head to foot.
Wash Suits in white or colors, all sizes, Tweed and Homespun Suits, light or dark, separate knickers—from 65c, op.
Wc have a nice line of Boys' Shirtwaists in Light Cambrics,
Chambrays, etc., in sizes 12 to 14 collar. Each one has a collar
of the same material, and they sell at 90c. and $1.00.
Hoys' Underwear, in Cotton and Balbriggan from 4 yrs. old.
In Hosiery we can give excellent values. We have wool,
Cashmere and Cotton, in every size, Rock Rib and Tough as
Leather, are well named and will stand the roughest wear.
Wc would bc glad to show you our line of Shoes for thc
boys. We can give you any grade, from the Light Dongola to
llie heavy grain leather. Shoes that are made to wear well and
give satisfaction.
NEW UNDERWEAR
The large sale we had in these goods reduced our slock very much, but
we just have a new lot thai are remarkably good values. Wc have Corset
Covers, Skirts, Drawers and downs, in both Lace and embroidery trimmings
and vou will find the price very attractive, too,
Children's Drawees and Skirts
In line Cambrics, for ages from 2 to 14 and at prices too low to attempt
to make than at home.
"*!
p rom IOC
or no sleeves.
Cotton and Lisle Vests
to $1 each.    We have ihem with long sleeves, short sleeves
They are the best values we have yet shown.
Summer Hosiery
Sec the pretty lines we are showing in Plain and  Lace Lisle—some ;
beautifully embroideried.    We have Black, White, Tan, Grey and colors.
.MCLENNAN'S
f
i
1
Linen Bond
Tlie deatli took place on Saturday lets, a aws'drugsl
morning last of John Allen Hweedey,
youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Thus
■a.i ney, after an illness lasting aboul
three weeks.    Much sympathy is ex    '
;.-   pursea,
.....     ,.-
..   -
.   :     ■   -
■
.   1:
pressed ior the bereaved parenl
child who was only live years and
eight months old, The luneral to .k
place Irom the family residence, Sey
...uur street, on Sunday alternoon
Ret. U yllii . dictating— K
Sentinel.
Social and Personal
Iwarc Co. carry 1
.
a,
AUCTION SALE!!
At MRS. HARRY BOURNE'S Resilience
Mackenzie Avenue (South)
Thursday. June 20
at 1:30 p. m.
IJ
visit t.
M . lell
. An...
.Ut   night
HEAVY ON
SOAP
THAT   IS  WHAT WE  AUK
STOCKED HKAVY IN
SPECIALS
H.-i.zu  Olycerino   Soap
per dozen.
Olive Oil and Cucumber *
.VK-. per dozen.
Oatmeal Soap  3cakca25c
High Class   French   Sua
85c, to $2.60 a box of 3 cakes,
W. BEWS. Pta. a
Druggist and Stationer,
Mail Orders  proni|ill)  atlcndci
io al ilu- Slore,
H. Floyd li
I mines*, trip to the c
Mrs I. Dunne, ol  Notch   II
ipend'o --■ a few days in town,
J Shaw, a well known  ranchei
Gali   i   Hay, spent a lew days in tin
city this week,
Mr* I. McLean, of   Van. vi -
visiting  her  sisti r. .'.I;--. E, Edward
:' ibis city
ll A Perlcy, ol Calgary lor some
timo manager ol the Hotel Kevelstoke,
waa... town this week.
Mi*- N -i.i' matron nl tlie hospital
i- suffering Irom :. poisoned h ind and
will not be able to leave her bed (ur |
a ue. k or two yet,
I-'. MoCurty arrived in town this
in..ruing and will supervise tlio Hrst
running ol the freezing plant, in P
Ilnn.s it Cu.'s new ston .
I., T. Morris, ol Notoh Hill, came in
from Sicamous on lust night,'a trail,
having travelled Irom Mb rancli to
tl... junction In his smart gBBoline
launch, u distance ol nearly eighty
miles,
Leonard  Leigh,  manager ol   tho
... .•
-   -■
v   ■ ice and tap.
try   curia - esti      I - r.illi    u
irl  serge table II. Hun
,   I'., -
.. '     m l|||
inada  1 \
■
un wall
mills waler.
.....f.r ■   .      '        ;
',11m
U   .1   i   ,
'
ell   il   H  - irnitiire
■■ ... ii,il will ree. ive p     pt
l.'nilei  insl.uctions from  Mils. II.
Bill USE, 1 will-II  l.y Public A.n-
■fiii.-i- furnishings of  her
..siuting in p.-..-. of the following, viz :
 Oak  Bedroom Suites,
ti Carpels, ii,-il Springs, Matt-
etc., 4 A 1  Roc ing Chairs,
Writing  Desk,  1  Sewing   Machine,
. _' I.  -.-- Ies  lady's and gent's)
.... -mwimI Brass Lamps,
ii    -I'm'.,    i ,i,!m. Oak Hall Rack,
-   ...    Ran .-•■ --. il fi Imi water
m   md   boiler,  Oak    Music
-. •   l. nil . ThI '.-  uui Chairs
.    ■■ ... ic-ii-Brae, and all
inga   in   1 bis    lir*t i-lfi-s
:■■ III. ■
i . - . musl be sold us party is
■
T - opportunity to
in-- « nli the very nesi
.. ..un |.rf .-.
:   will .,..!   Iw     '..fll   fur   ....
-..  - '■,,,.- [Oth,   Sale   takes
,.| li.     un   loi.. 20th,
■ |l  IM.
- the -i i - ■ li NE
rn
I'ERMH  '  1811.
ll   MANKIND   I    '   ■
NEGLECTED EYES
_ CQHrtlierr
jbwelers and opticians
Next to Imperial Hank
Improperly filled glasses ure worse than
no glasses and neglected eyes often means
blindness,
Our Optical Department is in charge p
Mr. M. S. Hastings, Rei*. D„ und positively guarantee satisfaction.
It lias been proven Ihal no per cent, of
headaches arc caused by detective eyes
and ii tines nol follow that because you
have good eyesight Ihal your eyes arc not
defective.
Have your eyes attended 10 now and
save trouble and expense.
HASTINGS, DOYLE AND ALLUM, LTD.
WANTED  fi BUYER  f0R
160 acres first-class Fkuit Land
on Arrow Lnke, 20 acres cleared,
La acres now ready tor crop —
Frame Dwelling (live rooms,)
chicken house and barn (holding
(our teams) Plenty uf cord wood,
just two iniles from town. An
ideal spot tor poultry and a good
market where top prices are paid
for all kinds ol v. Rotables, Iruit,
eggs, etc.—PuiOE iij-4,000.
I have also large and smaller
tier, age suitable tor Iruit close to
market. For full particulars
apply to,—
W B. ROBERTSON.
GOOD BUYS
Dwelling and Lot, Second Street     .     ,     ,
Dwelling and Lot, Second Street   .      •
Dwelling and Lots, Tilled Street ....
Lois on Second St., east of McKenzie Ave., each
Lols on Third St., east of McKenzie Ave., eacli   .
Lols on Fourth St., east of McKenzie Ave., each
Lots on Fifth St., east of McKenzie Ave., each    .
1—2 nnd 5-acre Blocks suitable for fruit.
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS
$2,100
1,800
■1.200
•251)
.   200
175
.   100
'
E. A. SPRING
HARNESS MAKER
AHD SADDLER
Harness neatly repaired.
New harness made tn order on the
■ Inili-.. notice.
Al, kinds of Whips and Stable roqul-
-it'-* kepi in sto.-k,
Logging and Tea... Harness a
ipecialty.
FIRSTSTREET
tion
Don i.   lorgi:   thai   the   I -
fardwn
handle  all   km.!-  nf  electri.    ■
yirii ii de ii. -
.-...-.   Firsl class work ;u« i
• «. -
P. BURNS & COS STORE
be
Fine   New   Premises to
Shortly Opened.
|- Burns -.- Co, will shortly b.
moving iuio their new pre nises -1
! hi. intersection nl McKenzie avenni
and First, slreel The work nl lilt h.-
,11, iJ.n in'.'hor ..[ 1,1... building has
been larger than anticipated extensii t
alterations having b en made alter
tin. original plans wen- drawn npi ap
proved and partly carried out, Every
ell'ort is now- being made to oomplelc
the work as rapidly uh poSBiblo, and
while the store and olliee premises ate
Caiiilioriic Mining Co., was in the cily being fitted up, the oold Btorago room
Ibis week and left this tnoini g fui and refrigerating ii.iii-.1iiu ry an. iu
tin soutb.     Ml*.   Leigh   reports   Hi. -, the hands of a staff ol  engineers  who
mining properties in oxcollont con-! lire Installing an  up-to-date Iroealng
ijiti0Ui and cold Btorago plant tur tho linn
Opposite llie I'nii
RBVULHTOKH,
illuh-
ll. O.
FEET
two paii ■
mm, liape in
rid, I
pretty tl      - in
red   .
; i ,  la pro1 ni li)   ib- i"
markalile mle we have fui - ur
ANTISEPTIC
FOOT POWDER
A full ■
Inmi
Red Cross Drug Slore
W A N T E I)!
iv ill SALE Six lootii I..,..*" will.
r Cellar, and modern plumbing.
II..if an ai-li- of garden, guud f.'I.CP,-
91700.11), l-ia-y ii Tin-. Fm further
particulars apply to W. II. Robertson.
w
month,
\ NTI ill    \
ImI.iii.I lintel,
.lining
Niku
....   gul
, $H0 pei
\y VN'I ED   Ai ot i I-...H
wae
gill.   Apply OltlKNTAI. llnTKI,
li   Hiiilng Room eirl,
Mining llniiln
Hotel,
*.*% %tM*Ut%i%%%4«Vl«tUUtt %%%%%%1
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHON, - FIRSTSTREET
For Agricultural Implements. Carriages, Wa«nnn"| Bte., J.ilin
Doere Ploughs, Molina Wagons, Canada Curriago Company's
lluggios, Planol Jr., Garden Soedors and Cultivators, Wheelwright and Blailksmith Work attended to. Horse Shoeing a
Specialty.
i %%»%««%%%%«%«%«%«%  %-v*v*vty*%%%v%*%.*
P.   BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. j
HKAD OKIi'lCK: CALOARY, Ai.ukkta.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
nrk Packers aad Doalur la Livo Stak. Markets in all tho prlnrlpal Cltlm and
Towns ot Alls.rtu. British .....u.nl.la and the Viikuti. 1'ackers ..1 the Uelcl.rate.1 Uinnd
"lm ur  ur" Hauls an-l lliu-...., and Hh.imr.nfk Hr:u.il, laud l.liril. A
l,%*,%+'%**%A*%e%i%'%*%%*\+%%+%\*W%+%%ii
•
I have secured lho agency for Print-
only, all lols 25x120 fl,
months.
I'll!
1
Also .
RUPERT
Rupert properly for a limited tit
Prlco $-'00. Terms, $50 eusl., balance 4, 8 ami 1
also choice lols ami residences in Revelsloke, busii.es
nil lunils close i...     Apply to s^gflQ^
REAL ESTATC AND
TV/      OTA^r*    SEAL ESTATE AKD
.     V,    O I MVJIVjl,  GENERAL BROKER
I'.  11.   Hox,  lis, ilt-v.-lsiiilii', 11. C.
Till
. SALE A Rei
,-iin-i-, cnsl .IU''.
Apply Lawrence
iln<tto11 Type
Will sell fm
Hard ware (".
1,1011  SALE     (Privately)  nt   thi
V   reside. I  VV.  M. Uw.enei',
Mni-ki-ii/.ii- Av.'t ,  I dining table,  I
siib-bi'-iril, I ...lit.' .lining ri "uu .'hull's,
.1 rockers, I centre tallies, 1 .......He, 2
Hiussi'lscarpet squares, I Nn, 11 Kii
then range.   Call be seen at iliiy hour.
WANTED Everyone having ..
house to sell or renl tnllstl
win. iii". I fi... Hooded with i'iii|iiiiies
fnr house prop...ii...., l'ho...-, rail, or
diiip ine 11 r-ar.l wilh lull df-KCIiplion
ind pi.rehnsn prlcp, nr rent retpilred, -
E, A. I'.igg.-.i, Heal Estate and Insui-
i.nce Igi'i.t, Revelsloke, II. C
1,1(111 SALE CHEAP Finn Ro,un
V Furnished House, ('hlckpi. houses
I...-..In.lor, woodshed and garden, in
goud condition and rendy for Imtued-
111I i'ii|ifilion,   also  ..  mnnlicr nf
chickens furs..I.-. Apply on premises,
Iini- ...in.ilea walk Irum it.-pot ....
east track.—Mis. Jewitt.
<H>-00<><>0<KKXK>-<
Look Well! Feel Well!
Dn vou enjoy lli.it well diessed feeling? We all know what
il feels like' fn he hot, lo ho cold, Ot lo be tired, und it la
insl ..:. line Ihal we iill know what it feels like tn be well
diessed, li feels good, and It's guud to feel good, Vou enn
never be well dressed 11 jour clothes are nol made by the
tiglil innkei-,
(let loknow we handle lhe SEMI-READY GARMENTS
and you will Ilinl whal a pleasure and satisfaction it is to be
well dressed.
Suits and Overcoats  SIB, 118, and S20.
Bluo and Black Suits, the best made, $20, & $25
Right Overcoats, up-to-date  Prices: SI8 and S20
Special Troueers $5 and 16.
Tail..ring is our liusini'-s. We make a man look well
nnd be knows it.
..Cressman and Morrison..

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