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Vol 13,-No 30
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Vour Boy's
The money you upend for Boy's Clothing
is jtiBt as good "as any other money you spend,
und y.;ii muy as well spend it profitably.
clothing to spend it on.
The fabrics are all wool, fashionable
patterns, double elbows, shoulder pads,
French facings, concave shoulders on Coats,
and double seats and  knees  on  Trousers.
Absolutely the BEST and STRONGEST garments made.
They cost tbe same as inferior garments, plus the trouble of
asking for " LION BRAND."
To fit any figure, at any figure.
B. C. Corsets, the acme of Corset
Short Tape Girdle Corsets.
Short Back Corsets for slender
Long Hip Corsets, strongly built
lor stout people.
Stout Ladies'   Corsets, all sizes
up to 36.
Nursing Corsets.
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
| Boots and Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Clothing [;
Papers thai please everyone who
appreciate stationery of FINE
—made by the leading manufacturers,
malting a specially of a box of fine
Holland Linen Paper and envelopes
—each sheel lithographed Revelstoke.
NOW 400. A BOX.
Try a box, it will please you.
D. Nairn
Red Cross Drug Store
Minnesota Makes Flat Traffic
Railroad men throughout the country are watching with much interest
the threat of the Minnesota state legislature to make a Hut rate for all
railroad trallic in that itate. The
question it of considerable importance
to local traffic aa if tl.e legislation goei
into effect it will, put a stop to the
big Soo line excursions, several ol
which came into Canada laat year.
The Soo haa been planning several
ipecial excursions over the C. P. R.
via Moosejaw, which would have taken
large partiei across the Rockiei and
also to the coast. Apart Irom the Soo
line excursions the C. P. R. look for
an unuiually heavy tourist trallic
during the iiinm.er monthi.
Spaniih Olivet in new sized bottles,
40c. and 50c. per bottle, C. B. Hume
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Towns of Cilcienangof and
Chilapa Completely destroyed—Heavy Loss of Life is
OlLOlENANGOF, Mexico, April 17.—
This city ha* bten completely destroyed by an earthquake. The known
dead number 11 and badly injured :7.
Punic prevails hikI people are fleeing
to the open country. The ear.bq.take
lasted hall an limit un.l minor shocks
fora lew minutes. The town of Cl.il-
ap-., -12 kilometers to ll.e ... rtheast-
ward has also been destroyed. No
details have been leceived as to (l.e
number of the dead and injurrd. The
population of Cilcienangol is 7498 and
until the panic into which the citizens have been thrown abates, it will
be impossible to state the number of
caeualities. The population of Chilapa is 12,000. No word has been received from Tiittla, nnd it is leared it
also has been destroyed. According to
the movement ol Ibe earthquake,
Tixtla would be in its direct line. The
following message was sent to the federal telegraph olliee in Mexico City
fron. Chil.ipa:
"Our boys are working in a pubic
garden. A terrible panic prevails/as
tl.e earth continues to tremble at regular intervals. Send us tenia that we
may est.blish f.ur olliees in the country. All communications from the
coast have been cut oil' since the movement ol the first big shock, and it is
not known to wlnt extent the region
hass offered. The nearest large town,
Acapiuh, 121 kilometers to the southwest of this place, hai not been heard
from. Both the volcanoes of Colima
aud Jurultob are in this region. The
earthquake, it is feared, may cause
these to become active and to destroy
much property and many lives."
FINED $30,000,000
Standard Oil Found Guilty of
Chicago, April 16,—Tbe Standard
Oil Company was lound guilty on
Saturday night of rebating, by a jury
in Federal Judge Landis Court. Thc
jury declared the trust was not guilty
on 441 counts of the indictment, but
that it was liable on 1,4(12 counts,
The maximum line $20,000 on each
count and tl.e minimum if 1,000.
Therefore the maximum gross fines
nny aggregate $29,240,000.
Has arrived again and we are prepared lor it, having just
received a full car of all kinds of Paints, Raw and Boiled Oil,
White Lead. Varnishes, Baplac, Alabastine, Agate Wall Finish
and Kalsomine.
We have ulso received two cars ol Mixed Hardware, which
completes our stock and puts us in a position to supply all
your Spring requirements in the Hardware line.
Mail Orders receive prompt attention.
Dealers in Hardware, Stovei snd Tinware, Mineri', Lumbermen'!
and Sawmill Supplies, eto., Plumbing and Timmithlng.
Portaoe LA Phaiuie, Man., April
15.—Andrew Moffatt, aged 72 years,
wai found this morning by J. A.
Fraier, about two miles north ot here,
frozen to death. He had been a resident of these parts Ior about three
years, living with his son-in-law, Geo,
Ross, about four milei northwest of
here, Moffatt came to town yesterday
afternoon and started to walk home at
night. It ii supposed he lost his way
and became exhausted. He was formerly a resided! of Simcoe, Ont, He
leavea one ion, Albert Moffat, in
Ottawa, April 15.—W. A. Galliher,
M.P. Ior Kootenay, wai preiented with
a gold watch today by the Western
Liberal members, on the occasion of
hii approaching marriage. Mr. Galliher will be married in Buffalo ou
Wedneaday next.
Ottawa, April 15.—Engineer T. I.
Semmeni, ol the Railway Commiision,
has been sent to Chapleau by the
commiision to report upon the recent
railway wreck there,
Object lo an Increase in the
Royalty-Said to Have a
deterrent Effect on Capital.
—Raise of 25c. a Thousand.
The Mountain Lumbermen's
Association is indignant at the
news which was received yesterday
from Victoria that during the last
few days of the session a bill was
being put through the house, putting up lhe royalty on timber from
50 cents to 75 cents a thousand.
The contention is that the government hud no right to introduce
such a bill without warning lo
those interested, and further that
if it is made immediately narrative it will adversely effect the
interests of many mills which
have already entered into con
tracts to supply a certain amount
of lumber at fixed prices.
G. P. Wells, the secretary, states
that the bill is not favorably re
ceived by the association, and was
railroaded through the House at
the close of the session. The
government sliould have given
some ratio so that the lumbermen
could have put their side ot the
case. Furthermore the bill wil.
interfere with many of the contracts already made for the delivery of lumber. Another point
against it is that capital will be
deterred from entering the country
and a rise of 50 per cent, will have
the effect of keeping back investment and the opening of timber
linjits, at all events, for the season.
General Tie-up Throughout the
Crow's Nest Coal Field—A
Large Majority. Favor a
Fkrnie, April 16.—The antieipatid
trouble at the coal mines has broken
out. The mines at Coal Creek and
Michel are at a standstill, the men at
both camps having quit work, removed th"ir tools, and many have already
applied at the colliery offices for their
time statement and have been paid off.
Notices have been posted around town
that: "All miners and mine wo.kers,
and other workers are requested to
keep away Irom the coal mines in
Alberta and the Crow's Nest Pass
district. Dispute pending. By order
ol the district executive board, United
Mine Workers ol Amerio. A private
meeting ol this board has been held.
The relerendum vote taken in District
No. 18 shows over 90 per cent ol their
membership to be in lavor ol striking.
Coleman, Alta., union ollieials have
notified us that our employees refuse
to continue at work ind have struck,
regardles. of the pending reference to
the conciliation board, now being appointed and which they applied Ior.
(Signed) International Coal &, Coke
C.P.R. Operator Blows Out His
In a senior match Monday night
the city team won in eaih fashion
Irom the Corleyi by a score of 40—21.
The Corley team was in a measure
handicapped by the absence of two of
their regular men, and though the
City always had > safe lead, the Bean-
eaters never let up   The line-up:
City— Corley-
Archibald r. f. McDonald
Spring 1.1. Hornoll
Calder renter Latham
Woodland r. g. Maguire
Miillii.lliuiil        I. g. Allen
Relerec, Kerloot; timer, Veith; umpire, Carpenter; scorers. Knight and
Fred G, Erb, C.P.R. agent at Silvor-
ton, says the Slocan Mining Roview,
put a revolver to the middle ol hii
forehead and shot himsell dead last
week. Reports slate that financial
trouble is said to bc the cause ol the
rash act, but he had been very de
spondent of late aud it is supposed the
act ol suicide was premeditated as ho
had threatened to kill himsell recently.
The tragedy occurred at tho office ol
the C.I'.R. at Silverton. Fred Erb
was the last man in the world one
would imagine do anything to rail, at
he wat blessed with a young and
pretty wile, and a baby son arrived a
low months ago to bring joy to the
New Youk, April Ifi.—Four huge
icebergs, one ol which reiomblod a
church in general appearance, with a
lofty tteeplo-like pinnacle towering
300 feot above the surface of the soa,
wero sighted by tho stoamor Voder-
land, off the Grand Banki ot Newfoundland. The Vadorland arrived
here todiy from Dover, after a rough
paaiage. High teas and stormy weather prevailed throughout the voyage,
Trainmen Meet--Train Wreck-
Postal Reduction—Court of
Appeal Created this Week -
Sexton Electrocuted.
Montreal, April 17.—On Saturday and Sunday no Icbs than 6,000
immigrants arrived in Montreal on
their way to Western Canada,
many being for Britisli Columbia.
Winnipeg, April 17.—Represent-
aiives of the Order of Railway
Conductors and Brotherhood of
Hallway Trainmen met G. J, Bury,
general manager of the western
lilies of thc C.I'.R., today, for the
purpose of conferring on the question of service rules. The problems
at issue have been n result of the
recent conference, at Chicago, between the trainmen and the railway managers.
Ottawa, April 17.—At the opening of the House of Commons
yesterday, tlie Postmaster-General
announced the conclusion of an
agreement with tlie Imperial Government for the mutual reduction
of the present postal rates on newspapers, magazines and trade
journals passing between Great
Britain and Canada to two cents
per pound. The new arrangements
come into effect on May 1.
Auhurn, N.Y., April 17.—Edward
Soxton, who was convicted three years
ago for the murder of Thomas Ma-
honey, was electrocuted at Auburn
pr son today. Five distinct contracts
were require:! before he was declared
St. Paul, April 17.—The Great
Northern Oriental Limited fast coast
train, which lelt St. Paul ut 10 o'clock
Sunday morning was wrecked and
totally burned at Lakotit, N.I), at 1:10
o'clock this morning.
Victoria, April 17.—British Columbia's new Court ol Appeal made its
legislative appearance laat nighl.
Contrary to tho predictions of some
journals, but quite in keeping with
the, prediction of the Province made
weeks ago, this court will be created
this se.-a'.iu, and to be more exact,
this week.
The first anniversary service of
Railroad Young Men's Christian
Association was observed last Sunday. International (Secretary W.
M. Parsons and Charles R. Snyer,
field secretary for Western Canada,
made interesting addresses. Mr.
Sayer speaking at the Methodist
church in the morning, and at
night in Knox Presbyterian church
Mr. Parsons made a talk to boys
at 9 a.m. and to the Bible Study
Club at 10 a.m. in the building,
also at the mass meeting for men
at 3.30 p.m. In St. Andrew's PreB-
byterian church at night he made
a strong address. A brief report
of the association's record was read
at the church service and is given
From April 1st, 1906, to March
31st, 1907. Days open, 365; daily
attendance, from 60 to 100; average,
75; total, 20,595.
The 300 classes in the gymnasium
were attended in the aggregate hy
866 juniors, 1,150 intermediates
and 1,270 men, making a total of
3,280. Baths taken, 9.393; an
average of 30 per week day.
No attempt was made to keep
count of the games in the bowling
alley and billiard room, but they
were largely used,
The Bible Study Club met 50
times and there were 19 religious
moetingB for men. Tho two classes
ot members are boys from 12 to 16
who have but limited hours and
privileges, 57 of this kind of tickets
were sold, and 262 tickets were
taken out by men.
The current expenses were $4,-
242.67, and are all paid. On the
building fund $10,835 has boon
collected and paid out, leaving a
balance of $5,600 to bo provided for.
Taken all in all thin is an enterprise that relleclB large credit to
our city genorally and to the Abso-
ciation in particular. .
Quaker Brand Canned Goods, Aslicroft Potatoes
and Vegetables, Wheat, Barley, Bran, Shorts, Chop
Feed, Crockery, Glassware, Hardware, Harness, etc.
Agents for the Celebrated Kootenay Range.
Six Rooms, Bathroom and
■Furnace.   Good Shed, Fencing,
Etc.. Etc.
$1,700 ON TERMS
Offices :—Molsons Bank Buildwc
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first 1 Op. Ion tlote
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office-Toronto, Ontario.
llrauch.s ia the Pro.iiices ol Manitoba. Alberta, Saskatchewan,
British ColtunbiR, Ontario, QitMO,
Oapltal Paid Up
Reserve Fund
D. K. Wll.KlK, President;
-     14,700,000.00
K. Jakkkay, Vice-President.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available in iill parte of Canada, United States and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections.
Savings Department
Deposits received und Interest allowed at current rate from date
of opening account., und compounded four times it year.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C.-A. E. Phipps, Manager.
Lone Bandit Held up Stage
and Carries off $28,000—
A Difficult Pursuit in the
Buttk, Mont., April 16—A despatch
Irom Great Falls says that the stage
running between Malta and Zostman
bus been hold up by a lono bandit and
$28,000 is said to have been taken.
The money was a consignment to pay
the wages ol the inineis at /.oilman.
Tho robber apparently hud livo or six
hours start of hit punuer, who were
mounted on the lusteit horses to be
obtained and who lelt Malta immediately on receipt ot the news. The
I location  is in  a particularly lonely
spot in the Little Rockiei, affording
every opportunity lor the shelter and
escape of the baudit. Some memberi
ol Kid Curry's gang of train robbers
and horse thieves are mppoied to h»ve
committed tl.e hold-up. Six yean
ago the Curry gang held up a Great
Northern train near Malta and took
Macleod, Alta., April 15.—An unknown man, an Englishman about 30
years ol age, while attempting to ford
the Old Man's river in a buggy a ihort
distance below town, wai swept off the
regular lord into deep water aud was
carried down by the rapid current for
some distance at about three o'clock
this afternoon. Every possible effort
was put forth to save the man, but in
vain, The river, owing Jt... the recent
heavy rains in the mountains, was
much swollen. The horse and buggy
have been recovered, 7TU/*     f\P\~ tl_1Ivv"il\   honor of parenthood; call a spade a
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writer, not nece**ari!v fo iniblinitioii, but
a.* evidence of good faith.  Correspondence
should be brief.
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. a. in. Tuesday un.l Friday of
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dishonesty as sueh, no matter whether
it be perpetrated by one poor man
who also docs other wicked things, or
by sixteen rich men not one of whom
ever drank beer, smoked cigars or wenl
to a theatre. These immigrants nre
not casuists. They cannot take a
man's moral make up to pieces ami
put him together again with the only
strong edge foremost and convince
themselves that of such characters
should a nation he built up.
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Chas. Mna-nv.      Haroiji Fisher
Barristers, Solicitors, Hr.
itr.\T.l.-|..KK USD TBOUT LAKE, B. U.
C. K. Onus. 1*. (-'■ Kurort,
barristers, solicitors, etc,
Okfices :  Imi-ei.iai. Bank Hi ick.  Rbvkl-
'slOKK, Il.C.
Money to loan.
Ofllce=: Revelstoke, B. C; Cranbrook, 11. C.
Geo. 3. McCarter,
A, M, Pi.vk.um, J. A. Harvey.
Revelsloke, B. C.      Cranbrook, H. O.
J. M. Scott I.L.ll W. I. Briggs.
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Money to Loan
solicitors for Molsons Bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
To preach economy In these days is
thought the sure sign of a narrow
mind. There is a certain degree of
contempt for thrill in ninny quartets,
which we regret to say is prevalent to
n certain degree in Kevelstoke, and
most people seem to live up to their
incomes, There Iiiib never been a
time in Canada when luxury hits been
so wide spread, when so many expensive tiiEtes have been formed and when
so much money has been frivolously
expended It it this tendency to extravagance that it bound Soulier or
later to turn the pendulum ol prosperity. The Dominion has by teuton
uf newly discovered minerals and by a
1. igh -class immigration, brought a
lurgesse of money into its territory.
Assuming that the widening area of
agriculture assures a greater certainty
in crops, it is the waste of money
which must sooner or Inter cause a
reaction. This subject bus been
touched upon in annual addresses of
lin..nci.il authorities. This warning
may be old-fashioned, and out of joint
with the times, but it possesses a
virtue ol utility.
ing another "all led" girdle about the
world. This line wiil divert to Van
couvcr the Australian freights, passengers and mails, whioh formerly passed
through San Francisco, Nu announcement ot greater iniport.incc to Vancouver has been ninde since the C.P.R
contracted lur tho lirst Empresses.
The west bound C. P. II. transcontinental twin jumped the track Monday near Ottawa, as the result ol a
broken rail, Several passengers were
severely cut and bruised, sll being
badly shaken up.
Assavs ol .11 Ores,   samples by mr.il nr express
receive prompt attention.
Terms Moderate.
/ddre"!     •     •    •    Box 481! Kaslo, B. O.
Provincial Lund Surveyor,
Mine Sun-eying
McKenzie Avenue.
Box li 3, Kevelstoke.
(Member   American   Institute   of
Mining Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Kevelstoke, B. C.
Mine Management, Examinations
and Reports.
Reports compiled. Plans and Blue
Pilots of Lind. Timber Limits, .Mines,
Mills and Buildings prepared In shape
for submission to prospectiveinvestors
rn- purchasers,
Gbe fltefMberalb
"livo-.:'. . . . cau'-tlyn vise them for
tht;: good to order this paper to be punelimliy
served up. and to be looked upon as a purl of
the tea tiiuip.ige."-ADiiisoN.
The great cry ii going up today all
over the Dominion for daairable immigrants, nnd now that the stream has
commenced to flow, Canadians as a
whole should, by no act whether in a
measure justifiable, or by extreme censure, be careful to not meddle too
closely with the stream as it flows
westward. There is of course righteous
indignation, when an Ignorant, or it
may be hereditarily crime tainted
Immigrant ii I r. ight to justice. We
hear»v.,rt am unt ol declamation
again-: :. in li lirable class ol emigrant! ■. Ei: and beoaute, I ri ith
a per '■- ' -■- find iheir place among
con, Is     01  meh there
v,... ;. i porcontagi .but we
do i. ■ -i.at  moral  right  the
cei.- ,.-■ : to expect that am. ng tl e
tens oltl ndi leaving England lor
Canad.i, there shall not be a lew
ii oral ^failure! i ven to the crimin il
point. We mutt lake the go d with
the bad. Ai betwixt the criminal
immigrants and the native crimii ale,
there ll, .1 ( un ■ no choice, but we
venture without hetitation the statement that a preponderingly large
majority ol immigrant! who have
come in the last lew yi art and thoie
who are destined to come within the
next lew years Irom England to
Canada will help to raise, not lower,
tho moral level, They are not only
an economical asset but a moral one
and a needed une. il grand juries' presentments, judges' comments, proviu-
cial statistics and revilntioi.s at invi st-
igations reflect the moral condition at
pres.nt existing. It is true that the
emigrants like their beer, and spirits,
and have an accent and dialect which
is just as lar removed Irom correct
English as that ol the common Canadians; hut they bring with them ingrained the idea of duty to God and
man; they believe in home life, in the
Test Cases to be Taken Under
the Lord's Day Act.
Toronto, April 15.—In the near
future at least two, and probably three
of the Canadian railways will be called
upon to defend actions to be entered
by crown attorney Drayton, at the suggestion ol lhe Lord's Day Alliance.
A number of test cases will be taken
up, each typical of a certain class of
oll'ence, under the Lord's Day Act.
Some of these type cases are:
The starting out of any train on
Sunday which was mnde up on that
The doing of general shunting between the hours of ll a. m. and 8 p. m.
The forcing of employees, such as
telegraphers, to work seven dnys a
Thc doing cf unnecessary repair and
oons.ruetioii work on Sunday.
To fix the responsibility, the different cases will he aimed at different
points. At least ono will bc against
one ol lhe railways as it corpor.ition.
Another mny be against the general
manager of one of the systems, and
another against the special ollicial
directly in touch with nnd responsible
fur the wurk performed. The details
will be wurked uut by the crown
Kev. J. G. Shearer, R. A,, general
sfcretury of the Lord's Day Alliance,
intimated that a special ell'ort would
be made to get relief for the telegraphers on the large railway systems. "I
have," said he, "a letter here from a
man who has worked 15 years (or one
of the railways, every day continuously, week days and Sundays. He has
never had a holiday of any kind in all
that time. Think uf it. It makes my
bluod warm up tu find such a state of
atl'airs iu Canada."
Mr Shearer pointed out that many
of the worst accidents have taken
place as the direct result ot enipli.yi.es
being tagged out, nnd it will be the
object of the crown tu lorce the railway companies to give their itati 0
agents, despittchers, operators, and
other such employee! nt least one full
dny'- reat each wi ek.
Freight Ditched by Snow Slide
—Trainmen Escape
A westbound C, P, K. freight train
wai wreckr.l on Friday last aboul ten
miles enst frum Golden an I although
several can and the engine left the
rails no person wns injured Tho
.-i.i.-.- of the wreck was a tnov tl di
which the engineer of the train did
not observe till hc was almost on t( p
ol ii. The engineer and fireman are
reported to have escaped by jumping.
Whon the engine ttruck the obstruction it left the rail and turm l over
into a ditch as did one or two cart.
The only lost reported, aparI irom
damage to locomotive and can mm iii
ii ship...ent uf grain (rom Alberta Ior
Vancouver. Trallic iB delayed for
hours every day owing to land nnd
snow slides, and damage to track,
Beginning next year it direct line of
eleven fast steamers will ply between
Vancouver and Great Britain, via
Australia and New Zealand, complct-
Biggest Herd in America being
Driven Across Border
Denver, Colo., April 15.—Howard
Eaton, ol Woll, Mont., the famous
guide nnd personal friend of President
Roosevelt, announced here that he had
received information that lho herd of
bei ween 400 and 500 bison owned by
Michael Pablow, and now in the Flat
head reservation, 3fi iniles west ot
Missoula, Mont., is about to past into
pos.ettion ol the Canadian government, to which Pablow hns given an
option for the purchnse ot the animals.
So me time ago Mr. Eaton secured an
Option on the herd at a valuation ol
$300 a head nud presented it to the
United Sinies government, President
Roosevelt wns desirous of preserving
tothe United States the herd,Comprising one-half of all the bison surviving in this country, Mr. Eaton said,
hut no appropriation wns ninde for lhe
 .«» .	
From our own correspondent.
Mr. and Mrs. Burril and family
have moved here from Salmon Arm
and are living on Mr. Reed man's
ranch at the Hill,
Mrs. Jos. Payete and two children
are spending a fow weeks with -Mrs.
W. Lottos at Armstrong.
Mr. W, R. Peacock has finished
squaring the timberB for his new barn,
and will put a wire fence around his
Mr. N. McLeod is spending a few
days in town.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Smith were in
Salmon Arm Inst week.
Silk Lined
The most popular, and the most
elegant, Overcoats ever shown in
Made of the finest imported
Black Vicunas and Gray Cheviots
—and lined with the best quality
of silk.
Body fitting—and perfect fitting.
McKinnon I Sutherland -   Revelstoke
An Irishman, wishing to take a
"homestead" and not knowing just
how to go nbout it, sought information trom a friend,
"Mike," lie said, "you've tnken a
homestead nn' I thought mny be ye
could tell mo th' law coucerniu1 huw
to go about it."
'Well, Dennis, I don't renumber
th' exact wordin' uv th' law, but I can
give ye th' minim' uv it. Th' innniii'
uv it is thia: Th' Governmint is will-
in' t' bet ye KiO acres uv land agin if 1-1
that ye can't live on it live years
wi.lntit slarvin* t' death."
Fnr Agricultural Implements. Carriage,.,, Wagons . Etc., John
Deere Ploughs, M.iline Wagons, Canada Carriage Company's
Buggies, Ph.net Jr., Garden Seeders and Cultlrators, Wheelwright and Blacksmith Work attended to. Hors. Shoeing a
lUWUHUHtHI %%%-V%V%-*%%-%% VII
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Hork Pickers ami Dealer In Livo Stock. Markets In all the principal Cil.es and
T.iivns nl Alberta, British Ouiumlilu anil the Yukon. Packers ..I the Celebrated Brand
"l.n orator" Hams and Bacon, and Shamrock Brand, Leal bard.
Look Well! Feel Well!
Do you enjoy that well diessed feeling? Wc all know What
it feels like to he hot, lo he cold, or to be tired, and it is
Justus true that wo all know what it feels like to be well
dressed. It feels good, and it's good to feel good. Vou can
never he well dressed if jour clothes are not made by the
right maker.
Got to know we handle the SEMI-READY GARMENTS
and yuu will find what a pleasure and satisfaction it is to lie
well dressed.
Suite and Overcoats -»I5, SIS, and S20.
Blue and Black Suits, the best made, S20, & $25
Right Overcoats, up-to-date-Prices: SI8 and S20
Special Trousers $5 and SB.
Tailoring is our business. We make a man look well
and be knowi it.
..Cressman  and Morrison..
Incorporated hy Act! sf Pirliniiint, IBM.
Wm. Molhiin Maci'Hki.hiin, Pies, S. H. Kwino, Vice-Pros,
Jamkh Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two braiihos In Oftiiid.. and Avjenoles in all p-irts o   the
Interest credited four times., year at cnrrp.it rales nn Savings
linnk deposits, until further nutlet*.
W. II. PRATT, Manager,
Rkvelotoke, B. C.
Many are selecting their ranches now, and, lor a small depolit,
are having them reserved until they can arrange payment, thereby
getting all the advantage nf early purchasing mid at the lame time
accommodating their finances. Our properly is a aeller, and when
buying il you tail to see ui you may not buy to your best advantage.
Kinds of Light and Heavy
Hauling Undertaken
Dealer in Wood, Coal and Feed.
Phone 71, House Phone 7
That'i Royal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory st of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washing are f ■ y with its help.
And the mon ay saving is the
Premium System
Booklet tei!s wha:. we give tor]
Ruval Crown Wrappers, send
tor it—Free—Also try the
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.j
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marked    I   IC, Md.ei%n'« i
thenes ii1 *    ■ *. ■-   I
then ■■ ■■ ith K - halm l ■■
to place ol commsnci went, •< nu    bi
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Dated tj r     th
wed i. K  '■'
Evans & Woodrow
Dealers in Beef, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and Game in
Season, Orderi promptly at-
tended to.
First St. Revelstoke
Has a good stock of Groceries and
a fine assortment of Japanese China.
Agent for Revelstoke Farming
Company, growers of all kinds of
Farm Produce, Hay and Wood.
Front Street, Revelstoke
Two Dwelling  Mouses
PRICE   $3,500
•or particulars apply to
From 25 to 50   Per Cent
NU I lut .-. y.-.ttr Grocery Bills.
■ reUil af. IowmI *t   eiila
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Rati i March mli IW?
k  rn vniJiM
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Notion le here ij glvon thai M ito i tl
iui.-i.-i *., fttiply to tho Chi : -   ti
Until I fttirtu fiw porralaalon to min h-uel m
inllnwlii(( described lantto In IVt il Kootenay llstrlct;
Commonclng at a poal planted ibniitoiio mllo
aaatol l.-.t NIB, on alioroof N. K, Arm ol Arrow
l.uk'", thence ionth 80 chalna, '-*i-! BO chains,
north 80 chains, w«t 80 chains tn poinl -if com
mencomont.   Umitalnli i m	
Datod March mh, IBW.
w.-l nii'li is H. MfiltlHH.
r.iTlci-', I.horobyglvan that 80 (Iavi alii, clali
I ..... imI In apply lo lho I!..... I'l... Chlol
GoinnilBalmor ol l.iiii.fa mul Worki !..r pormlaalon
.... paroh ' in- lolloulng ilncrlbo.l land, In Wo.l
K.i.ili.iiay l.wlrl.-t:
Oiniiiiii.i.f-iiir. fit f. poat plaiili-.l ahotit two miln
onal '.I I...I .i'uii .-ii -In. re nl N. K. Annul Arron
Uke,Ihoneo lli8oiihaln«,oa.l SOchal.n nnrth
60iliiiiiM,west80 .ti.in-, to pointol c.inmi.iir..-
Datod March uth, iim.
wo.l ...cl. in A, ."-munis
H<,tel and boarding houie
. ,■->, ..ifi.er- at..l lumber'
,   ! it iu their advantage to
■m-.' ..--    ia
to any railway station in liritish
Columbia We only handle Brit-olaii
and ; ire goods. We guarantee
No order too small
none Ino .rge, Write for uur price
, , i- I-KKI-',. He cui.(i.iced
that you - ... (SVC money.
269-261 -■ n.i.ySi .WINNIPEG,Man.
Notice ia hereby given thatflO days afterdate
Iii.tend toapply to the Hon. Chief Commls-
slonor of Uiidn and Works for permission to
piircha-Ho the following described lands:
Hii uatcd nbout two miles north of the mouth
of McDonald Creek, on tins oust shore of Upper
Arrow Lake, joining T. L 6.915 on the.'south-
west corner; running east 40 cliains, tiouth <0
chains, west 10 chains, nonh 10 chains to placo
of commencement,
Dated March llh, 1IKI7
sat. meh 9
Notice is hereby giren that M days after date I
intend ti upply to tho Honorable Chief Commissioner of Luiiils and Worka fnr permission tn purchase tlm [ollowlng described landa:
starting at a pnst marked "R. N. Henderson,"
planled atthe mirtb-weat corner «f Lot 863 on the
east ihore "f Cpper \rrow Lake, running east 80
chains, nnrth *-0 chains, west l»9 chains.thence
alone tho lako shore south tt point of com
Dated Feb. 12th, 1907.
iat inftil 11. X. IIF.NDKItsoN.
NOTICK (a hereby glren that 00 days after
date I intend lo anply to the Hon, tho
Chief Commissioner of Landi and Works for
permission to purchase tho following described
[inula, iltuated in West Kootenay, on tbo wost
ihore of I'pper Arrow Lake:
Commencing at a post mnrked "J. ('.H.'s
norlh-paat corner," planted atthe north-west
corner Of UH HI, thence west ill chains more
nr leas lo the north-east "corner of Lot 3259,
tlit'iicc south 40 chains, thence oust 4') chains
more or less to the until h-weHt corner ef I/)t
4(4, thence north 40 chaina to point of com
Dated i hit Mrd day of Keb. 1907.
inch 9 sal Hy his agent ri. J. Harlow.
x In-reliy givt'ii tint wiililn thlily days
from date I Intend to amdy in the lli'iisiabl
chlof Ootnmlnloner of Lands nml Works fora
ipeclal llcenio to cut ami curry away tlmlwr from
um following described inndi, -.iin-tted in West
Kootenaj District.
Commencing it ths nnrlh emii.nirmirof l-otSlMi
thonce north iO cliiiins, thence west iwi rimtn*,
l.hi-m*!i n'. ii tti  4*1 fbatni.  thence eust  ll-.n chains
to point of CDmneiicemenl
Imii-diliwiit.il day'»IMsrfh, 1W)7.
Notice is hi'Mbf gir'-n lhat Wdayi ufler date
I Inleid t* aiibly tn thcCtilff Ctiminlsnl'incrof
i.rta-ii anl >'■■*■ m for a ipeclM licence lo cat
aid ''arry awny limber Irnin the following
described   Ifcldl  rimmed   in   We*l Kmitonuy
i. Beginning at a post aboul 80 ehnins nnrth
of the Halcyon llnl Spring and aboiil.40ehaliis
fn nlht 'Sf ihore-and marked "K. Y, Kuii
ii.i'i'n ,J. i.v. corner poiti thonco wi iimins
north, thonce f» chains oast, thonoo hi ehnins
iouth, trenon 80 ohalna wost to pointof com-
ri.*-ii. < in'- it.
i. Ileuitinliig nl a posl, nbnut 120 chain* north
if I i Haicyon Hot Springs and mnrkod "K, F,
Knilm-M''! H. w. corner post," thenoo Wiiilmins
north, ihonoe *(i chains oMt, thenoe W chaini
loikh, thenoe B0 ohains weit to point of oom-
ol ravishing beauty, that rival
Nature in her choicest effects, you
can buy at HOWSON'S at very
low and reisonable prices, in spite
of tho fact that carpels cost more,
elsewhere thun ever before owing
to differences between textile workers and manulacturers. We have
new and novel designs and effects,
showing the best and happiest
thoughts ol designers and makers.
Import direct from Country of origin.
Central Hotel
S^    RFVH fi-TOKF B. C.
Newly built.    First-class in every respect.   All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day. Sped I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rate.
Mrs. II, .1. Iluiliiiry, Wanugroii.
First-Cliiss '.'able.l
Privato    ining Boxes
l.iir.t.. DlninKr.xini Inr
lliiti.liiiil*. Hll|i|><.r*, ol.-
Furn ished   ooms To Let
rnenc. in' nt
fjnlcrl March ffl ltW.
l-nl innii '.7
V, I ii'iMili.-r.-l.v«lv..ii Ilinl (Hi .'»>•< afl.-rilnt.il
Intenil lo *.|.|i!v to (tf Chlol i:iii.imla.i..i.rr of
Un.I> .iml Work, lot ponnlMlon lo .inrrlm*.. .1..
inllonlng tUlorllnJ Ifiml. It Waal Klotoni; din
(lonuninoliis at a poit |.l.ittt.'il <.n wost ...or., of
.'li.i...■ lrn.»-Uk...nt  Mhrlt."  llajr, at .1,0 m.il.h-
i-i.l i-.iii.-r..(I...I III, lln'.-™ I.llii.l.i| tin iciiilli-
i-rn  imiili.liny  of Lot Kll iTeatWI i-!illllia. tln'ii.-t)
ton: h«claim, .Ml »i.-h..l..«, ..orth 10 chains to
ruin. ..(CO n ni'iicn nenl,   Contalnlni 8.0 am..
I). I. ill ii ill 12th, 1007.
»«ili,ir!i U I), M. KAK.
Queens ftotel
Best brands 01 Wines, Liquorsand Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
CHIEF  YOUNG,        -        -        Proprietor
'Under  New  Management)
First-clas accommodation for travellers.
Best brands   of  Wines,   Spirits,   and
RATE8  $1  AND  $150  PER  DAY
> I
Close Investigation of Railway
The Interstate Commerce Ootnmis-
Bion have, under the direction ol Con-
grew, investigated matter, connected
wilh accident! on American railroads,
lor the purpose ol reporting to that
hody, layi the Railway and Locomotive Engineer. In the report juit
isiued, on the Block Signal System
and Appliancei for automatic control
of traini there ii a great deal ol very
valuabl- information and much food
for thought. In the appendix is given
the casualty liitol employee!, comparing Great Britain with the United
8tates, the figure! for the last four
years, giving 26 killed in Great Britain and 2,943 in the United .States.
For every one empluyee killed in the
former country, there is 113 in the
latter. Statiatics like these will naturally draw many conclusions, hut
there is oue very plain, sad fact apparent through it all, that ihe United
State, has a greater mile.ige than
Great Britain, and with not so dense a
trallic as they have, yet by reaion ol
railroad a-cidenti they nail down the
coffin lid over many more dead faces
than they do in Great Britain, and
there ii a cause for it tint it is quite
possible to be lound and the remedy,
too, if a determined effort ia made to
get at it. The attainment of safety is
a thing which can be done by all. In
dealing with thc subject of block eig
nale the reports says that: "There is
no escape Irom the conclusion that
the block system is the best known
instrumentality lor the prevention of
collisions, notwithstanding the imperfections which have been shown in the
results ol its operations, and that the
highest standard, both ol tbe publie
requiiements and ol exptrt railroad
opinion, call Ior its general uie.
The most progressive railroads are
using the system extensively. A large
number ol butting and rear end collisions have occurred, and in many casei
these were the results of lax iiy ot discipline. The LaFollette law passed at
tbe last congress session is designed to
prevent over-work on the part of employees, and the interstate commerce
commission shows tbat there is a desire to provide a remedy lor the evils
which have grown up io railroad service. II the large number ol railroad
accidents ate the Jesuit of the system
employed, then the system must bc
at fault. The idea of always laying
the blame on "the men" hai not been
productive ol good results. In case ol
naval and military disasters the court
martial directs its attention to the
commanding officer, and where laxity
ol discipline is the real underlying
cause ol the trouble he ii held respon-
lible. Thil idea could be well and
profitably applied and do much good
to transportation matters, and a way
ihould be found to empower the inter-
itate commerce commiiiion to inveiti-
gate and definitely place the blame Ior
every railroad disaster which occurs
in the United States, and the remedy
ihould be applied by order ol the commiiiion.
Mountain View Camp, No. 220.
Meets Second and Fourth Wednesdays in
onch month. In .Selkirk Hull. Visiting Woodmen cordially invited Lo attend.
W. II. AllMSTHOM.i. Con. Com.
H. VV. BDWA11DS, Clerk.
F. 0. E.
Th. rennlar meetin.s are held in tl.e Selkirk
Hall er.ry Toosdor evening at I o'cloca. Visiting, brethron nre cordialljr iu.ited.
Koote im v Lodge No. IS AF, & A.M.
The regular meol-
I.ig. are held ln th.
M.-enic Temple,
Jil.1 Fellows Hall.on
the third Monday In
each month at U
p.m. Visiting broth -
ren cordialljr wel
U. A. I'ltUOUNIEIt, Srcrbt»rv.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO 18, I. 0.0. t.
Meeta every Thursday
evening ln Selkirk
'Hall at 8 o'clock.
Vlailing brethren cordially Invited to nl-
H. (". MU0HL1N, N.d.      J. MATHIE, Sue
Cold Range Lodge, K, of P.
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
cuiepi Third Wednesday nt
each mo.ul., In tho Oddlellnwa'
Hall al 8 o'clock. Visiting
Knights arc curdlally invited.
0. H. I1II0CK, E. ol il. AS,
H. A. BROWN. M. ol F
Li£\XMJ    1.-WJ 1-!L\JV1.
Notice Ii hereby given that SUdaya alterdatal
Intend to apply to ths Chief Ciiiuiiiissionor ol
Lamia and Works for pi-miis-inn tt. purchase lhe
lollowlng ilc.-iTii-.iil ifimis in the ..'est Kootenay
Cilnnn-ii.-iiij-... f. poil planleil at the east hank
of the (Mu.nbta Rlv.r,ibout the hod of U-MUe
HilNe find marked "F. R. Di north-west comer."
thence east 2<i clmins. thence smilli SO chains,
tlience nest •'') chains to ibe Columbia River,
thence in n imrll.erlv direction (oilowlnjj the
meandering, of the Coin .hia Itiver ail rhiins...
point of commencement, containing ahout ill-.
Rated March 23rd, A.D., 1007.
wedapld r. R. MXl'iiN.
Winding Wire Rope on Double
Improvements in logging devices
will always have an interest in a province one ol whose staple induitriei
ii the convenion of its forest wealth
into commercial lumber, io that the
lollowing description of an improved
log haul invented by E. J. fader of
New Westminster is of value. The
inveution is directed to an improved
means for operating the wire rope by
which logs are hauled from the woods
to the transport station from which
they are conveyed to the iii\11i.
Instead, as is the existing practice,
of lecuring one end of a wire rope to
the other end of which the log ii connected, to a reel or drum and winding the rope nn that drum to haul the
log in toward the engine, this inventor provide! two adjacent grooved
drumi on his engine round and between which an endless wire rope is
pasted a sufficient number of Jtimes to
afford the necessary Motional grip to
stand the pull required to bring in the
logs, which may be attached to any
point ol the incoming rope. By this
means the range of the log haul ii not
limited ai in the present practice by
the capaoity of the reel to hold a certain length of rope but is capable of
extension to any diitance within the
1 hauling power ol the engine. Not
only this, but the earlier coils of the
rope are not suhjeoted to the injurious
or.ishiiig.il the subsequent windings
over them ol the later coils,
There are eoveral other incidental
advantagei of Mr, Fader'i system
whioh will ho apparent to practical
loggers but which cannot be explained
within tl.e limits ol this reference.
The Canadian patent hai juit been received through the agoncy ol Mr.
Rowland Brittain, patout attorney ol
Vancouver, and other application! art.
Deer Hea.Ia, Animals, Birds, Fish, Etc.,
Animal lltiga Mounted.
P.O. Bos .11.
Studio: Corner ol First St. an.l Boyle Ave.
        lh.velati.ks, B. C.
Manufactured for all classeslof buildings
All kinds of building and plastering
Furniture, Pianos, or Merchandise, stored in dry-well-built warehouse in convenient location,
Real E8t.iteand Insurance Agent
Revelstoke, B. C.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Faia
F.  B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Full line of Groceries and Dairy
Produce, Men's Supplies, Etc,
Fresh stock alwayi arriving at
lowest prices,
STr. 'Furniture!
John E. WocJ's Furniture Store
Halcyon Hot Spring's
Under the new nmnngpinrnt^of
Hariiy McIntobh,  Hoffman   House
cyon are the most curative in the
world. A perfect, natuial remedy fnr
all Neivi.ua and Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning, A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates on all boats and trains. Two
mails a. rive and depait every day.
Telegra h communication with all
marts of th? world,
Terms- $12 to $18 per week.   For
further particulars apply lo
Halcyon Hoi Spring's
Arrotu Laki. B. C
No Seediest Plums; No Pitless
Apples; No Cobless Corn,—just old
reliable varieties at reasonable prices.
Fertilisers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps
Spraying Material, Gut Flowers, etc.
Oldest established nunery on the
mainland of B.C.   Catalogue free.
P.S.—If your local merchants do
not handle my seeds, send direct.
We prepay fifty packets, assorted
varieties of garden seeds in 5c. papers
(tested stock), to your nearest post
office for $1.00, twenty packed for 50c,
trial collection.
\T0T1CK IS HKItEBY GIVEN that thirty
ll days aftor duto 1 intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lnnds and Works for a
special llconse to out and carry away timber
from tho lollowlng deacribed lands ln the
Discrict ol Weat Ko.ic.iay:
Commonolng at a poat planted at the south'
east corner post of Timbor Limit No. 7.H.
marked "J.D Konncly's northeast cornor post"
thenco south 80 chalna, thenco west HI chains,
thenco north 80 chains, thenc. cast 80 chains to
nnl..' of coiiiltnf.nfonii.iil..
Dated March 2/itll, 1907.
wed ap 10       J, 11. KENNEDY, Ucalcr.
Nolle In hereby glvon that flu days after il.it" I
Intend tn npply to tne Uon. Cliief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to nurchise
thu folio ning ileacrilwd landi In West Kt-otenay
Commencing at a pont planted on thu eastern
bank nf tht) Columbia Kivor admit one-fourth of a
mllo bolow I'rlusl itapldsnnd marked "F. It. W.'n
moth-oast cornur," thence north in chains, Un mv
west in chains, thence south 40 chains to tlio bank
of thu Columbia Itiver. thuncu In a south essterlv
dlri't-l Imi following tliu raanmlerliigs ef the Columbia Kiver to pnlnl of commencement, contain'
Ing about 160 acrei.
Dated March BOth, A.U., 11)07.
wod M10 r. H. WELLS,
Notice la hereby given that HO days afler dule
I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner uf
Lands and \\ nrk**; for a special licence to cut
and earrv away timbor from thc following
described lands situato in Yale Distriot:
20, Commencing at a pout planted 40 chains
north of the north-east corner of T L. 10465 and
marked "A. M. Symons' 8. K. corner poat," tlience
north JO ehains, thence weat 100 cbalm, thence
■outh -10 chaina, thence east ltKJ chalna tn place of
21. Commencing at a punt planted 10 chalna
ea.it nf tin* north-east corner of Nn. ft), mi the east
bank of the Hlm swap River, and murked "A. M,
Bymona'S, K coruer pout, thence north m chalna,
thenee went 100 chains, thence south 40 cliains,
thence east 160 chains tn place of com me not* ment.
'i'i. Com me nc inn at a post planted 10 chains
east of the north-east corner of No, ti, on the east
bankof the Hlmswap Klier, nnd marked "A M.
Hymoiis'H.K. corner post." tlienee north 40 chains,
tlience west 100 cliains, tlience nontli  -in chain*..
thence east ioo chains to place of commencement,
£': Commencing at a post planleil at the northeast earner of No. 21. and marked "A. M. Symons'
S. K. corner pout," thenee north ill chains, thenee
west 80 chains, theoce smith Hi chains, thenci- east
80 chains lo place of comit eueumeiit.
21. Commencing at a pout planted at I he southeast corner uf No. 21 anil marked "A. M. .Symons
S. K. corner post," thenoe north dO chains, thence
wust VO chains theuce south HO chains, thence east
80 cliains to phce of commencement.
Datod 2.')ril March, 1907.
wedaplO A. M. SYMONS,
Notice is hereby given that30 days afterdate
I Intend to apply tu the Honorntile the Chief
('ninni is*-, in ner ot Lands and Works for speeiul
llceuse to out aud carry away timber Irom the
following described lands, situated ln District
ol West Kootenay, B. C.
Commencing ut a post planted 8 chains cost
of the 3VS milo post on tho Rig Lodge wagon
road and at tho 8, K. corner of T. L. 9018, and
marked "A. M. Symons1 N. E. corner post,"
thenco south 80 chains, lhcnco west. 80 ohains,
thonco north 80 chains, thence east 80 ohains
to placo of commencement,
Dated March 20th, 1907.
wed mrch 27 A. M> SYMONS
Notice la hereby Riven that 30 days after dato
I intond to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special
licence to cut and carry away timber from the
following described lands, situate in West
Kootenay district:
1. commencing at a post planted three
miles suuth ol Mosquito Lake, and ono mile
west of Musi* ui to Kiver, running s-i ebains east,
8ii chains south, so chains west,bO chains uorth
lo point of commencement.
2. Commencingat the north-west eorner of
No 1, running south 80 ehalus, west 80 chains,
norlh 80 'haina, east 80 chaiua lo point of
3, Commencing at thc north-west comer oi
No. 1, running west 80 chains, north 80 chains,
east 80 chains south 80 chains to point of commencement.
4, Commencing at the north-west corner of
No.l, running north 80 chains, 80 ohains east,
80 chains south, 80 chains weat to poiut of
6. Commencing one mile north of N.W.
comer of No I, running north 80 chains, east
sochains, aouth 80chaiua, west 80 ohalna to
pointof commencement.
6. Commencing one mile north of N \V.
corner of No. 1, running west 80 chaius, north
80 chains,east 80 chains,s.uth 80 chainslo
point of commencemt.
7. Commencing atthe south-west cornerof
No, 6, running 16o chains west, 40chafns north,
160chains east. 40 chains south to pointof
8. Commencing at the 8. W, corner of o. 6,
running south 40 chains west 160 chains,
north 40 chains, east 160 chains to point of
9. Commencing atthe S. E. corner of No. 8,
running 80 chains south, 80 chains west. 80
chaina north, 80 chalks east lo point of commencement
10. Commencing at the 8. E, oorner of No.
9, running soutb 1R0 chains, west 40 chains,
north 160 cba-ns, east 40 chains lo point ol
Locations Nos, I to 8, inclusive, are re-locations of expired timber licenses Nos. 4868 to
487.\ inclusive.
Dated March 18th, 1907.
wed inch 27 Thos. Abriel, Agent.
Notice :s herehy given thut thirty
days after ilale 1 intend to npply to the
Chief Commifsioner of Lnnds nnd
Works for a special lioenee to cut and
carryaway timber from tho fi>llow)li|*
deacribed lands in Wm Kootenay
1, Commencing at a pnst planted
un the mirth bank of Home Oreek,
about three miles and a quarter from
tlie Columbia Kiver and marked "E.
McBean's south eaBt corner post,"
thence 40 chains west; thence i!0
cbnins north, thence 80 chains went,
thence 80 chains north, theuce 40
chains east, thence 40 chainB south,
thence 40 chains eaht, thence 20 chains
Bouth, thence 40 chains east, thence
40 chains south to place of commencement.
Dated February 23rd, 19u7.
2, Commencing at k post plnnted
on the north bank of Maloney Creek,
about four miles and a half from the
Columbia River, and marked "E. McHean's south-east corner post,' thence
80 chains  west,  theuce   80 ohalnM quarters of a mibfrom the main creek
Notice Is horebyglyeii that 10 days after date
I intend lo apply to tl.e Chief Con.miaaioner or
Lands and Work. Inr a special license to cut
and carry away timber trom the following
described lands siluaicd in Wesl Kootenay
Commencing at a pnat planted at north-west
comer ol Ti nlier Berth No. CW.1, and marked "M.
Qra.ly'a corner poat," thence ... chains nnrtli,
thence 160 chaina weat, thence 40 chaiua south,
tl.ence.160 chains eait to point of commencement.
Dated March Und, H. .7.
sat inch 30 M. (111.1 HY, Locator.
Canadai i
Province ol British Columbia- ,
No. 360. I
THIS IS TO CERTIFY thnt lhe "liritish
Cnliiiiiliiii Timbers" Lin.iie.il which uu the lit!.
day ol December, 1906, was authuriaed and
licensed ... carry on business within the Pro.
vince of British Columbia, is heraby authorised
aud licensed to carry outororlectall or anyof
the additional objects of the Company lo
which tho legislative authority nf tne Legisl...
tur. of liritish Columbia extends.
The head olliee of the company Is situate at
the City of Montreal In the Proviucoel Quebec.
The amount of the capital ot tbe Company Is
by un increase of capital i.f two hundred tht.us-
and dollars, now three hundred thousand dollars, divided int.. throe thousand shares of oue
iiu...!....! dollars each.
The head olHce of the I!ompnny iu this
Prnviuce is situate ou First Street, Rovolstoko,
aud William IrviUK Hriggs, Rarrister-at-law
whoso address is the same, la the attorney for
the Cumpauy.
Given under my hnnd and Heal of Olilco at
Victoria, Province of British C.luml.ia, this
Nineteenth day of March, oue thousand iiinn
hundred and seven.
Hi-.-i-t mr..! Joint Stuck Compauios.
The additional objects for which the Company hns been established und lincensod uro:
(11, To aciiuire by purchase, lease or otherwise, nud own, build, maintain and utilize saw
mills.dams iu any streams aud rivers, Is......*
and Ijoom privileges, on any such rivors or
water-ways ou th. property of the Cumpauy or
olsawhere. and to charge bourn churges iu connection therewith, to create construct, build
nnd operate water-iaiwors, hydraulic jaiwers,
electric   powers aud iustal such plant and
machinery as may be necessary Ior the genera-
tion. production, developmeut,   distribution
and manufacture nf electricity aud electrical
and other |.ower, aud create light, heat and
power, and to use. sell or otherwise ilisimse of
electricity aud eloctric light, ....nor and heat
for the i>i..!*.-.!- of the Company aud to buy.
seil or lease the said power aa may be Incident,
al to the wurks and objects of tho Company ou
tbe landa of tbo Company: -provided always
lhat the rights and privileges hereby conferred
ii.-ni tl.e company togenorate electrical energy
fur light, heat and powor. when oxerciaed outside tn. properly of the Company, shall he subject to all provincial and municipal laws aud
regulations in that behalf.
... To acquire by purchase, loaso or other-
wi*e and own, ntillre mineral rights, mineral
licenses nnd..pcraleand dispose of ll.osamo lu
whatever wny maybe in tho best interests of
the Company and to.iunrryi.rwork.net. mines
or mineral, on lauds so aii.ulrod, or on lands
already acquired aud ou which same be found,
and develop the samo aud to oso. deal iu, sell,
barter, exrhnngo or dia.aiae of th. said lauds
and the product- aut! by-product, thereof for
the lament nf (he company.
(3) To .... irn t. own, utilize and maiulaiu
un the land*.if thc Cumpauy audi electrical
tralusnr railways or other moan.of locomotion
furthn.iuria.-A* nf trau.iiorling such timlier,
minerals or other product, derived from tl.e
aaid lands of Iho Company and which mny be
necessary or uaeful (or the purposes of carryiug
nut on the Company*, lauds tbl ohjscta of lh.
Company. w»d ip 10
north, tlience 80 clmii.n enst, tliet.c*
80 clmine soutli to plnce of commence-
3. Commencing nt a post planted
on (lie north bank ol Maloney Creek,
ahout live und n hull milei Irum the
Colunil.i.i Kiver, and marked '"E Mc-
Dean's south-east corner post," the-ice
80 chuius weet, thence 80 clmins north,
Ihence 80 chains ens', thence 80
chains south to point of commencement,
i. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Maloney Creek,
about six and a half miles from the
Columbia River, and marked "E. McHean's south-east corner post," thence
80 chains north, tlience 80 chuina
west, thence 80 chains south thence
80 chains east to point of commence
5. Commencing at a post planted
on the north b.mkol Maloney Creek,
about seven miles from the Columbi-i
River, and marked "E. McBean's
north-west corner post,'' thence 120
chaini south, thence -10 chains east,
t.ience 80 chains uorth, thence 40
chaini east, thence 40 chains north,
thence 80 chains west to point of commencement.
Dated Feb. 27th, 1907.
6. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Maloney Creek,
about Beven and a hall miles from the
Columbia River, and marked "E. McBean's south-east comer po3t," thence
40 chains west, thence 40 chains north,
thence 40 chaini west.thence 80 chains
north, thence 40 chains cast, thence
40 chains south, thence 40 chaini east,
thence 8Q chains south to point of
7. Commencing at a post planted
about one quarter of a mile south of
Maloney Creek, and about three quarters of a mile from the Columbia
River, and marked "E. McHean's
south-east corner poit," thence 80
chains north, tlience 80 chains west,
thence 80 chains south, thence 80
chains east to point ol commencement.
8. Commencing at a post planted
about one quarter of a mile south of
Maloney Creek, and about one aud
three quarter milei from the Columbia
River, and marked "E. McBean's
south-east corner post," thence 80
chnius west, thenco 80 chains norlh,
thence 80 chains east, thence 80 chains
south to pointol coinmencement.
Daled 28th February, 1907.
9. Commencing at a pnst planted
at the south-east corner of T. L. 10458
and niarked "E. McBean's south-west
cornerpost," thence 80 cliains north,
thenee 80 chains east, thence bO chains
soutli, thence 80 chains west to point
of commencement.
Dated March 1st, 1907.
10. Commencing at a poit planted
at the north east corner ol T. L, 9G16,
and marked "E. McBean's south-east
corner post," thence 80 chains north,
thence 80 chains west, tlience 80
chains south, tlience 80 chains east to
pointol commencement.
Dated March 2nd, 1907.
11. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank o! Mica Creek,
abuut two and a quarter miles from
the Columbia River, and marked "E.
McBean's south-east coruer post,"
thence 80 chains north, thence 80
ohains west, thenee 80 chains siuth,
thence 80 chains east to point of commencement.
12. Commencing at a poat planted
on the north hank of Mica Creek,
about two and a quarter miles [rum
the Columbia River, and marked "E
McBean's south-west corner post,"
thence 80 chains nurr.h, thence 80
chains eait, thence 80 ohains south,
thence 80 chains west to point ol commencement,
13. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Mica Creek,
about three and a quarter milei from
the Columbia River, and marked "E,
McBean's sonth-west corner post,"
thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chaini oait, thence 80 chaini smith,
thence 80 chaini west to point ol comniencemont,
Dated Marcli 4th, 1907,
14. Commencing at a post planted
one quarter mile west of the Columbia
River, and one mile below Eight Mile
Creek, and marked "E. McBean's
nm th-euat corner post," thence 80
chaini west, thence 80 chains soutli,
thence 80chains east, thence 80 chains
north to point of commencement.
15. Commencing at a |.ost planted
at tho south-west corner ol T. L. 9792,
and marked "E. McBean's south-east
corner post," thence 80 chaini west,
thenco 80 chains north, thonce 80
chains eait, thence 80 chains south to
point of commencement.
Dated March 5th, 1907,
16. Commencing at a post planted
half a milo south ol Eight Mile Creek
and one mile (rom tho Columbia Kir
er, and marked "E. McBean's suulh
east corner poBt," thence 40 chains
west, thence 80 chaini north, thence
40 chaini weit, thence 40 chains north,
thence 80 chains enst, thonce 120
chains soutli to point of commence
17. Commencing at a poit planted
one and a quarter miles woit ol the
Columbia River, a quarter mile north
of Indian Creek, and marked "E. Mc
Bean'i nuiitli-oaat coruer poit," thenc
north, thence KilJ chains eait, thenco
in chains si.uth to point of conimei.ee
18. Commencing ut a post planted
..ne and a quarter miles w.st ..[ ll.e
Col.inil.ia Kiver and a quarter mile
norlh ol Indian Creek, and niarked
"K. McBean'i north-tsat corner p.-.si
(hence west 1(10 chains, tlience south
-1(1 cbnins, thence east 150 chains,
tlience north 40 chains to point ol
Dated March 6th, 1907
19 Commencing at a post planted
two miles enst of lhe Columbia River,
back ol T. li. 9019 and niarked '"E.
MoBean'i north-west corner pnst,"
thence40chainseast, tlience 20 chains
south, tlience 120 chains east, thence
•10 chains south, thence 120 chains
west, tlience 20 chaini north, tlience
40 chains west, thence 40 chains north
to point of commencement.
Daled March 7th, 1907.
20. Commencing at a post planted
n the east bunk of the nortli foik of
Hig   Mouth  Creek  nnd about three
anil marked "E. McBean's ninth-weal
oorner poat," thenee IliO chains north,
theoce 40 chains east, thence 100
ehuins south, tbenee 40 chains weBt to
point of commencement
21. Commencing at a post planted
.... the cast bank of the north fork of
Big Mouth Creek, about tliree quarters
ol a mile from the main creek, and
marked "E. McBean's south-east corner post," thence 100 chains north,
thence 40 ohaini west, thence 160
chains south, thence 40 chains east lo
point of coinmencement,
22. Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Big Mouth
Creek, about two and a quarter miles
above north fork, and marked "E. McBean's north west coiner pos'," thence
80 cliains south, thence 20 chains cast,
thence 80 chains south,thence 40
chainB west, tlience 80 chains north,
thence 20chains west, thence 80chains
north, thence 40 chains east to point
of commencement
23. Commencing at a post plunted
on the norlh bank of Big Mouth
Creek, about one quarter of a mile
al.ove south fork, and niarked "E. Mellon n'a s uth-west corner post," (hence
80 chains east, thence 20 chains north,
thence 80 chains east, thence 40 chuina
north, thence 80 chaini west, thence
20 chains south, thence 80 chains
weit, thence 40 chains south to point
ol commencement.
Dated March 12th, 1907,
24. Commencing at a post, planted
on the south bank of Big Mouth
Creek, about three and a half miles
above south fork, and marked "E,
McBean's north-east corner post,'1
thence 40 chains west, thence 20
cliains south, thence 40 chains west,
thence 20 ehalm iouth, thence 80
chains wesl, Ihence 40 chaini south,
thence 80 chnii.seast, thence 20 chaini
north, thence 40 chains east, thence
20 chains north, thence 40 chains east,
tin nee 40 chains north to point of
25. Commencing at a post planted
on the south bank ol Big Mouth
Creek, about three and a half miles
above south fork, and marked "E. McBean's north-west corner post," thence
40 chain, east, thence 20 chains north,
thence 40 chains eait, thence 8C
cliains south, thence 40 chains west,
thence 20 chains south, thence 40
chains west, thence 80 chains north to
point of coinmencement.
26. Commencing at a post planted
on the east bank of a stream Jcoming
from the south, about four and three
quarter miles above siuth fork, and
marked "E. McBean's north-west corner post," thence 80 chains soulh,
thence 20 chains east, thence 80 chaini
south, thence 40 chains east, thenee
80 ohnins north, thence 20 chains
west, ihence 80 chains north, theuce
40 chains west to point of commenci -
27. Commencing at a post p'anfd
on the cast bank of a stream coming
Irom the south, about lour and three
quarter miles aliove south fork, u::d
marked "E. McBeau's south-west corner post," thence 80 chains north,
thence 80chains east, thence 80cl. iij.b
south, theuce 80 chains west to point
of commencement.
28. Commencing at a post planted
on the east bank of Big Mouth Creek,
about live and three quarter miles
above south fork, aud marked "E. McBean's south-west corner post," theuce
80 chains north, thence 80 chains east,
thence 80 chains south, thence 80
ohaini west to point of commoncement.
29. Commencing a! a post planted
on the east bank of Big Mouth Creek,
ulmut six and three quarter miles
above south fork and marked "E. McBean's south-west corner post," thence
160 chains north, thence 40 cliains
east, thence IliO chains soulli, thence
40 chains west to point ol commencement.
30. Commencing at a post planted
about half a milo cast of Big Month
Creek and about six and threo quarter
miles abovo soutb lork, and marked
"E. McBean'i south-west corner post,"
tlienco 160 chains north, thenco 40
chains oast, thence 160 chains south,
thence 40 chains west to point ol commencement,
Dated 13th February, 1907.
31. Commencing at a post planted
one third milo west ol north fork of
Big Mouth Creek, and one quarter
milo north of main creek, and marked
"E. McBean'i south-west corner post,"
thonce 160 cliains east, thence 40
chains north, thenco 1(10 chains west,
thence 40 ehuins south to point of
.12. commencing at a post plantod
on the soutli hank of Big Mouth
Creek, about three miles holow north
fork, and niarked "E. MoBean'i southwest oornor post," thence 40 chains
north, thence 160 chains east, thence
40 chainB touth, thence 160 chains
west to point of commencement.
Dated Marcli 14th, 1907.
wed moh 27 E. McBKAN,
Notice Is hereby given that.:., daya after date
I Inlcnd lo apply to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works lor portnla.loii to purchase
the (ollowlng doacrlhod land.:
Commencing at a post planted attheH VV
corner ol T. llocch'a pre-emption, marked
•'Chas. Beck's H. W. corner post, running east
Su chain., soutli -ii chalna, west So chains,
theuce north -JU chalna to polul nl comincuce.
metl, comprising ISO acres more or leas.
Uated Feb. 7th, 1907.
tcbllu. CHAH. Hl-.CK
Nolice i* hornby given thai 80daya nfter dnte
we into...! touppl) I., tin- Hon. Chief Commls.
Blouerof Llm.!.* and W-.rk* lor a special licence
p. cut and carry sway timher from tbe followiug described hinds situate! ill Lillonet .li*.
trlct, B.C
1. Ciiiiiiiiencing a', a poll m.-irked "Lamb.
Wilts.... Lumbor Cn. soiu!i-cft*t corner is.*.."
plunted lit head nl smi.il creek 'I1, miles -uuth
frnm Si.Hiko Hou-e Creek, thenco north 80
clmiiis, Ihoneo west 80 elinins, thence sunt!. *S;
chnius. thoncu east 80 chaini to point of cu....
2. Cummencing nt s pn*t markod "Lamb-
WatSOD Lumbor Co. i.nrlli-west curuer pn-t,"
plunled nt head nf small creek about ili milos
iouth from Bmoke ttuu-e Creek, theuce south
8U chain.*, tlience ua.*t 81) cliuiii*. tlience uurth
80 ehuins, tlioiico ivo*t 80 .hains to point uf
■!. Commencing ut a postmarked "Lamb.
Watson Lumbor Co. south-west corner p.i*t,'
I'luiitcd ut lioud uf -.null creek ala.ut^'i miles
snutli Iron. Su.nke tinu-o Creok, thenci) nnrth 80
chuius, thonco east Sll chains, theuce suuth SI.
ehnins, thenco west so chaius tu point uf commencement.
.. Cmnmeuciug at u pust marked "Lamb-
Watsi.n Lumbor Co, nnrlh-ensl corner Post,'
plnntod ut head nf small creek alaiut -1, utile*
suuth of Smoke House Creok, theuce south sn
cliitiu.*, thouce west 80 clx.iu*, theuce nurth 8n
ciniins, tliiince BIS. 811 chains tu iiui.it of con.-
Dutiid this 25th dny nf March, 1601,
Lamii-Waisos Ll.mi.kk Co., Liiiitk...
wod up :i
Notice Is hereby riven that 80 days after date
I jiiii-iul lu ii'ij.lv lo lhu Hun, Chief Commis-
BlOIIOr of I,nml- mul  Wnrk- for a lOOOlal II-
oonco tucnt und tarry away timber from the
following (k'Mjrihal landa lying about two and
ii half inili1- north of llulcyon Hot ^|ir:itgs on
thu U|ipci* Arrow Uko.and about one mile
from tho whore, mnrkeil ",I. VVallla Sherwtna
north-eii-H eoinei'," rumiing weat I" chaina,
thonce iiouLb Ml chains, thence east40ohalna,
thonco north 80 chains to point of commence*
Haled March Itith, 1907,
Notice la hereby given that 30 days Irom date
1 iutond to ii|ijily lo the Honourable the Chlel
Commissioner Of' amis and Works Iur a special
litTiisc to eut and carry away timber from the
following described lands situated in West
Kootenay <lisirici:
Commencing al u post planted so chaina cant of
the Huutli-west corner ul T. 1„ 6606. and marked,
"Thomas Kileeu's north-easl corner," thence west'
in chains, thonco smitli It:" chaius, theuce east 4U
chains.thence north 100 cliains to phce of com*
Dated the 2Sth .Viircli, 1907-
wedap3 A. M, Symons, Agent,
Notice is hereby given tlmt uu days after date I
intend to apply in llie Chief C<'inmissioner of
hands and ttmk.- for perm iss inn to put chase the
following described lauds, situate in West Kootenay distilct:
Commencing at a post planted at the north-east
corner of J. B. JoIiimoii's application and inarked
"A Mcl'hadden's soulh-east corner posl," tlience
nortli U0 chains, tnence west tjij chains, Ihence
south 80 chains, theuce east SO chains lu poiut of
commencement, Containing 610 acres.
1 Hated Uth March, 1907.
wod inch 13 A.IMcPA-aDHEN.
Notice fs hereby given that 00 days after dato I
intend to apply iu the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase the
following described lands in West Kootenay district:
Commonclug at a post planted at the aouth-wesl
oorner of Lot iM/,:), on the east shore of Upper
Arrow Lakes, thence south 80 chains, thence east
40 chains, tlience norlh 80 chains, thence west 40
chaina to the point of commencement. Containing
aso acres more or less.
Hated March llth, 1007.
wed meh IS L. RAK.
Sixty days after date I intend to apply to the
Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands snd
Works for permission to purchase the following
described lands, situated on Upper Arrow Lake,
and more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at the south-west eorner of Lot 1139,
at a post uiarked "C.U., N.W.CP.," thenceSO
cliains east, thence 10 chains usrtb, thence SO
cliains east, thence 10 chains sonHi, thence 10
chains west, thence 80 chains north to point of
commencement, containing 240 acres more or less.
Dated February 8th, 1907,
wed feb 13 Per U.Sumner, Agent.
NOTICE li hereby given that 60 days after date
1 Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief lorn
missioner of Lands and Worka for permission to
purchase the following described lands in the
West Kootenay District, Galena Bay, east side of
Upper Arrow Lake:
Commencing at a post planted at P. Mailer's
south-east curuer and marked "Bruce A. Lawsuit'*
south-cast comer post," tlience south 4U chains,
Ihence west 40 chains, thence north 20 chains,
thence east 20 chaius, theuce norlli SB0 cbalni,
thence east i!0 chalna to point of commencement,
and containing i-ju acres more or less.
Dated Ualeun Bay, this 2HI1 Februarv, 190*;.
feb -IT wed HIU'CK A. LAWSON.
So tire is hen by niven f>ht 3o-lays ifterdnlp
I in tend i>.S[.|ili it. the Chief Commissionerof
Lands nnd Work*- for an eclal licence lo cot
and csrry t mU-r from lhe following described
lands iltuated in the UMooet District, B.C.;
7. Commencing at a port plantod on ibo
north bank of a small lake al the hend of the
west tork of Fisher Croek, tributary to Adams
l^ike. and about six miles from Ihe north end
of Adam- Uke. marked "A, McConnell's 8.W,
corner KSher Creek Limit No 7," running8n
ohalna norlh. *nichains ta-T, 80chains south, 80
chains west to point of commencement,
a. Conimenclng at a post planted on the
north bank of a -mull lake at head of west fork
PlSher Creek, tributary to Adams Lake, and
about fix mik-s from the north end of Adams
Lake, marked "A. McConnell's N.W, corner
Fisher Creek Limit No. 8." running 160 chains
south. 40 chains east. HV* chains north, 10 chains
west to point of commt-ncement.
9. Commencing at a pont planted on thc
north bank of a small lake at bead of west fork
of Fisher Creek, tributary tu Adams Lake and
jibout sit mile.-from the north end of Adams
Lake, marked "A. Mot onnell'« B, B, corner
Fisher Creek Limit No. il," running K) chains
north, 80 ohalni west, BOobaiusBOUth- 80 ohains
east to place of commencement.
in. ( ommencing at a post planted on north
bank of a small lako at head of west fork of
Fi-her Creek, tributary to Adams Uke and
aliout six miles from uortli end of Adams Lake,
niarked "A. tloConnoll'S N.K. eurner Fisher
Creek Limit No. in," runniug lOu chains couth,
10 ohalni west, lfio chains norlh, 10 chains east
lo place of commencement.
11. Commencing al a post planted one mile
south from a small creek, running wet from
lake at head of west fork Fisher Crock, and
about i; miles from said lake, marked "A, Mc-
i •iiiiiD-ll a S. U', corner Fisher Creek Limit No.
ll, running 16" chaius north, lu chains oast, 100
ohalni south, 40 cbalni weat to plaoo of com-
12. Commencing at a post planted near tho
1 nmk of -in,.ii creek running -outh-wi-t from
Uke at head of Fisher Creek about IM miles
from raid lake, marked "A..McConnell's N. K,
corner Fisher j'reck Limit No, 12," running 100
chain- south, 4n chains west, IfiO chains north.
lOchains east to place of commencement.
Dated March 13th, I90T,
wed inch 27 A. McCONNELL
Notice is hereby given that 60 ilays after date I
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Worki for permission to purchase the
fulluwinf! descrilied lamls, situate in West Koote*
nay district:
Cummencing at a pnst plant«d about It) chains
south from the south-west corner of Lot No. 6145
and marked "J, K, Johnson's south-east corntr
pust," thence north 80 chains, thence wesusO
ehains, tlience south 80 chains, thence east SO
chains to point of coinmencement, Cuntaining
liiu acres.
Dated llth March, 1907.
wed meh 18 .). K. JOHNSON,
Notice is hereby given that 60 days after date I
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Unds and \\ orks for permission to purchase tbe
following described lands, situate in nest Knntenay District:
Cummencing at a post planted one chain east of
the N W, eurner of Lot 100, Group 1, and marked
"A. Johnson's S. W. corner post," tlience east 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence west SO
cliains, thence south 80 chains to the point of
commencement.  Containing S40 acres.
Daled 12th March, 1907-
wed meh 13 A. JOHNSON.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days after date I
inteud to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and \\ orks for permission to purchase the
following described lands, situate in W«st Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted at the north-east
corner of A. Johnson's application and marked
"W. J. Fraser's S. K. corner post," thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence south 60
chains, theuce east 80 chains to the point of com
meneement. Containing 610 acies,
Dated mh March, 1907.
wed meh 13 W*. J, PHASER.
Sixty days alter date I intend to apply to the
Honorable the Chief Commissionerof Lanilsand
Works for permission to purchase the following
described lands situated on Upper Arrow Lake
and mure particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a post planted at tha north-east
corner of Lot 3945 and marked "F.F.F., N.W.CP."
thence 160 chains eest, thence 40 chains south,
thence 160 chains west, thence 40 chains north to
point of commencement, 610 acres,
Dated Febiuary 8th, 1907.
wed feb 13 F. F. FULLMBH.
VJOTK-E is horoby given that thirty days
i l ul lor date 1 intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Landsaud Works for spocial
liconso to cut und carry away timber from tho
followiug doscribod lands situate iu Wesi
Kuotonny district:
Commencing at a post planted ou the west shore
of Ippi'i* Arrow Lake, four miles north-westol
Nakusp, li. 0., inarked "It. A,'s N. K. corner,"
liien-e west 40 chains, thetice south IW chains,
thei ue eiu- 4't cialns more or less to the lake
shore, tin nee northerly IU.1 chains following the
laku slime to point of cuuimencumeiit.
Haled the 2nd day of April, luftr.
snt apO 11. Nelson, Aijeiit.
Notico is horoby givon that 30daysVtordate
I intond to apply to tbo Hou Cliiof ( oinniis
slonor of Lands and Works for a special licenco
to cut aud carry away timber from the foi lowing described lauds, situated in the Osoyno-
division of Yale district:
1. Commencing at a post planted aboul 23
halns north of the norlli branch of Ireland
Creek aud alwut 2'i miles east trom the N. K.
corner of Section Wi, Township No. 43, and on
the Sugar lake trail, inarked "H. Mclntosb'i
S.W.corner post No. 1," thence norlh -10 chains,
ihenco eust lfin cnains, thence soulh 40chafns.
thenee wust 160 ehnins to point ol commence*
Hated 1-Jth March. 1!X17.
3. Comuicncinir at a post plnnted about
three chains iiorln-eastotthe uorth-eattcoruer
of Sugar Lake and about 21 chains east ot
the mouth of Sugar Creek, marked -H Mcintosh's north-west corner post No n," ihence
south 80 chains, theuce east so chaius, thence
norlh 80 chains, theuce west8o chains to point
of commencement.
Dated 14th March, i'<o7,
wndnp'1 My li K, Brink, Agont.
Notico is hereby given Ihal 30 days nfter date
we Inlenil l o apply io thoChlef Commissioner of
Units and Works for a special licence lo cui
and carry away timber from the lollowing described lands In West Kooicnay District:
1. Commencing al a post planted at alwut
11 mllo Houth-ea-st from the S E. corner poat of
Ul ItiOfi, marked "1*, Mclnto-h and Win.
lloyd's N. E. corner post,'' thence soutb 80
chains, thenco west 80 chain-, thence north ni
chaius, lhcnco ciimL 80 chain* to the point of
2, (!omiiieiicing at u post planted on lhe N.
K. corner of No. I, niarked "U. Mcintosh and
Wm, Boyd's N.W. corncrpost,"thone(! eiwt 80
chains, thoncu soulh 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, ihenco north 80 chains lo tho point of
B, Coinmeneing at a post planted on tbe N.
W, corner of No. 2, marked "1). Mcintosh and
Wm, BOfd's S. K. corner nosl," thence wait 80
clmins, thonco north HO chains, thenco east 8'i
ohains, Ihoneo Houth 80 chains to the point of
Ideated March 16th, 1007.
gat meh 30 wm. hoyd,
Notice Is hereby ghen that thirty days aftor
date we intend to apply to the Hon. Chief
Cominlsslouer of Lands and Wnrk- for license
to cut und carry awHV timbrr from tho following doscribod lands in tho Distriet of West
Kootenai In the Province of British Columbia.
Commenolng st a i">^t planted at ths N.K.
corner of flection 2, Iwp. 22, Range 27, wo-t of
tho Btb Meridian; thonco oast lOchains, thence
south 120 cbnins, thouco wost 8" chains, thonoo
north 40.chains, tbonco onst W chains, thenco
north 80chalna to point of commencement.
Dated this 26th day of March, A. D. 1007,
wdm21       BOWMAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
Notice Is hereby given that within two
months from the lirst publication hereof in the
British Columbia Qazette, we Intend to apply
to the Hon. Chief Commissionerof Lands and
Works for a special licence tocut and carry
away timber from the following described
lands situated iu West Kootenay di.-t rict:
1. Commencing at a posi planted on tho
north bank of Johnson Creek and about three-
quarters of a mile from Fish Creek, marked
"D Mcintosh and Wm. Boyd s 8. W. corner
post," ihence north 40 chains, thence east If.)
chains, ihence south 40 chains, tbonco weBt 100
chains to the point of commencement,
*2 Commencing al a posl planted on the
north bank of Johnson Creek and about three*
quarters ef a mile from Fish Creek, marlaed
"D. Mcintosh and Wm. Boyd's N. W. corner
post." Ihence caul 100 chains, thence south 10
chains, thence wesl 1G0 chains, thence north 40
chains to the point of commencemeni.
Losated March 7th, 1907.
wed meh 20
WM, BOYD. Locators.
Notice in hereby given thai 60 days after date I
intend to apply to the Chief Commissionerof
Linds and Works for permission t« purchaie Ihe
following described lands in West Kootenay district:
I 'iituuiencing st a post planted at the soutb-west
corner of Lot 2111, east side of I'pper Arrow Uke
thence east tO chains, south 4o chains, west 80
chains, north 40 chains to point of commencement,
Containing S2u seres mure nr less,
Hated March I2th, 1907.
wed inch 13 H.C. MOREIS.
Notice is hereby given that oo days after date I
intend to apply to the Chief Commissionerof
Unds and Works for permission to purchase the
following described lamls In West Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted at the N. K.
corner of W 70-16, on N. K, Arm of Arrow Lakes,
thence south 60 chains, east 80 chains, north $0
chains, west 80 chains to pnint of enmmencement.
Containing 640acrt-s.
Dated March lltli, 1*07.
wed inch 13 H. MrpHADDKN.
Notice Is hereby given that 60 days after date I
intend to apply tothe cliief Commissioner eil
Unds and Works for permission to purchaie the
following described lands in West Kootenay district;
CutumencingaU post planted about one mile
south frnm ths S, K. enrner of Lot 811. on shore of
Upper Arn.w Uke, Uience west 80 chains, south
80 chains, east w chahu, north v -.hains topoint
of . i in me nee men i.  Containing 640 acres.
Dated Mann IL'lh, 1907.
wed meh 13 I, A. M. MORRIS.
11 .In), afler date 1 Inlcnd toapnly lolha
Chief Commissioner of Lands and .fork, for *
special llcenac lo cnl and carry awar timber
fro... lhc followl..Kd..scril.isl lands sltilaled In
II..- Omijoix Ili vision of Yale District:
l'omn.cncl..|( al a |.ost marked "J. H. Maok'«
north cast corner,'' planted aboul live hundred
feci fro... lhc uorlh bank of the north fork of
(hi-rr)-Crook, aboul eight ...Ilea up the creek,
rmmliiK wesl IS.cl.alus.lhonccsoilthWchnlnn,
llicncc cast tu chaina, Ihoneo north Id ohains,
iheuce ea*t 80 chalna. thence norlh Id chaina
io iKjl.it uf commencement,
llalcd March lth. lllli.
w.sl mrch T, J. II. MAl'KKNZIK,
Notice Is h.ralij- iflrcu that 10 daji after date I
Intend to apply to the chlel Comtuia.lonerol
Un.Is and I. ..rl. for pcnnl.al..n t.. purchase th.
(oilowlng fli-scrils-.l laud, in Wet Knntenay district:
Cornnioeini li a p..a. planted at the south-a-eat
cornir oi Is.. Ills, about M mile, mure or lea.,
Irinu rasl shore of Upper Arrow Uke, tlience
n.irtt. sij chain., act .0 chains, soutli 8.1 chains,
eaat .0 chain, to puint ol nitn»enceiflent. Con.
lainin. Hfl) acres more or less.
Dated Uth March, inr;.
wed inch 11 B. 8, MOBBIS.
Nolice I. hereby given that WJ day. alter dtle
I inlend lo .nplr to thc Chlel Comml.iloner ol
I and. and Murk, lor a. pedal license loom
and c.rry .nay timber Irom lhc lollo.lrjf
de-crlbed lind. In Weit Kuo.en.yill.lrl.-l:
.-..mmenclng a. a po,. planled at the N. E,
corner ol Lut 427.. thence nurth 81. chain.,
thence cast 80 chains, thence .outh su chain.,
thence west 80 chains to place efcummenoe-
Daled March Slh, 1»7.
wed meh V FRANK BKNTOM, J-F1**
We cordially invite each lady in the City to be with us and examine the hundreds
of pretty things we have gotten together for her approval and criticism, lt was the old
story : ' Goodsdelayed by the C.P.R., being unable to gel freight here in time. But our
stock was purchased from the Ik-si manufacturers in the East, belore the last advance in some
lines, making our showing lhe besl and cheapest in the City.
Embroideried Linen
Waist Lengths
Embroideried Linen Costumes
Embroideried Muslin Costumes
Summer Underwear
..REID  &  YOUNG..
€■* ennr-u rnnnc '+*
■"■ip     We are Agents for the
■*■£ famous     " International
$ Stock Food."
<$*    Large stock kept here.
T    Write  for circular or
'V call and see it.
4* — *$
f Canada Drug & Book Co. f
Only ii glunci
ul Or
uv them.
...ii- Blook
Wednesday, April 17th, lm* U hours
—Cloudy, unsettled and showery, not
much ohange in temperature. Mux..
0°. degrees; min,, 36 degreei.
Local anl General.
Full attendance requested iur dress
rehearsal fcr Cantata in opera h mse
on Thursday at "i p.m,
On Monday evening Mr. Douglas
accompanied Supt. 'i. Kilpairick to
Ukiinagan Lake, where the ner, C.P.R.
steamer ivill be launched today,
A special meeting o! the Ladies'
Auxiliary tu the V. M. C. A. will lie
held in the Association parlors tomorrow alternoon at 3:30 o'clook.
The Patrick Lumber Cu. will erect..
large sawmill nt Slocan City this
summer, 1'de company own u lnrge
tract of timber in the Little Slocan
A lud Darned W, Haven was brought
in from Arrowhead ihis week, to the
:. .pita - ifferiug Irom injuries sustained by tailing a distance of 25 feot
ir :.. a log | iie.
Charles F. Conier, the well, known
hardware merchant of Calgary, died
on Sunday night alter a short illness.
Ibe deceased was well known in
Revelstoke where lie bad made many
Almost unprecedented in the history
of Bevels'- ke has been the past winter
and the coming oi  spring, and it'
p ssible tii.it  the  present
condition ol affairs will continue well
un into May.
The first meeting oi the Presbyterian
Syn : I .-tin- province of liritish Col-
.:...-. -..lil open in St. Andrew's
church. Sew Westminster, on Wednesday, May lit., and to continue fur the
: inder ol tbe .eek.
i .- teudenoy ol some English magistrate! to dump criminals upon
Canada will be rc-pelled by the immigration service. Prompt deportation
..... take place in the event ol any
criminal being detected.
Under the regulations   governing
the entrance to  the United States ol
Japantae laborers, there is do way.
preventing the Japanese Irom Horn
lulu tnnihlpping at San Franciico
for Hriiirh Columbia,
Eaton Hurlbut, Fine
Writing Paper?, - l"1'
sheet* for 60c. Stylish
Envelopes lo match for
Hand   Bag?, $1
Gilt Hooks reduced
price, -10c„ 50c. and i
a volume.
Phm. B.
Druggist and Stationer,
Mail orders promptly attended
A trial will convince vou
ihey .ue lln- purest and best
..ii the niiii'ket. Try uur
!Hobson & Belli
Grocers, linkers & Confectioners
He sure and buy u ticket- for lhe
shirtwaist dance. Ladies, 60o. Gentlemen, $1,
Don't forget the Shirtwaist dance
tunight in the Opera House, under
the auspices of the Ladies Hospital
Guild ami Independent Bund, Good
musio, good Hour and a good time
assured to all. Ladies' 60c, gentlemen $1.00,
Early on Monday morning, F, C.
Bodwell died ai the Royal Jubilee
hospital, Victoriu, after a short illness,
The deceased was a civil engineer and
surveyor, and a brother of E. V. Hod
well, K C. He wns well known in the
Kootenays and had been engaged near
Edmonton locating tl.e Q T.P.
Arrangements aro now complete for
thc production of Hie great cantata
Jephthab's Daughter, in the Opera
House on Friday, April 19th. The
vocal and orchestral work are a
splendid feature of this musical drama,
,.md the leading characters are well
cast. This should be the musical
event ol the season,
The first annual gymnasium exhibition of the Y. M. C. A. boys, will be
held In the Opera II..um  Thursday
April 26th. A good and varied programme haa been prepared, including
many exhibitions of physical oxerci - -
musical numbers and gymnasti. dis
plays, N - ."it- should miss this interesting and novel entertainment.
Elizabeth Dunsmuir, daughter ol
Lienteni.nl   Governor   Duns uiiii
To Buy a House.
To Rent a House.
To Buy Xicc Building Lots
close in.
To Buy Splendid
Kincaid k Anderson
Kincdid .tid Anderson
Real Estate and Insuranoe Agts.
'Business Locals
Nothing bater than our "Speoial
Furnished liuuse to let. H. N,
Fresh seeds and union sets—butt
quality .it The Canada Drug Store.
|   Patronize  Home  Industry.    Smoke
luf.ulstoko Cigars.
I    See  Howsou's  stock    of    Qarpet
Square!— we have some beauties,
Secure yuur union sets in first-class
c -n.litiuu and in any quantity.   C. B.
111.TI10 & Co.
Wall paper, shades, nick nncks in
bouse furnishings at Howson's.
Shoop's Restorative and Cough
Medicines always sold at Canada Drug
Rovelstoko Cigars Union Made Our
Spocial, The Union, and Marca Vuelta
aro iihcn.l of all others.
Shaving brushes, Too.h b.usl.es,
11 ir briishes, Bath brushes, any size,
any price, at Ihe Canada Drug Slure.
Steelu Briggs and J). M. Ferry's
garden and llnwer seeds of all kinds
iu hull, or in packages,    C. B. IInine
iS Co.
Bring yo ir prosoripti -in to the Canada Drug Store. The) ke.-p the pur-
e-i of drugs and will Iill then accural ely.
Our bin-gain fur Fiiday and Saturday is in California Iigs in 1 Ib, packages l.n 12.J cents per package. 0, B
lluini. & On.
Tunight, all who want lo have a
good tiineatlend the shirt waist dune
in the opera house.
Ono of the bestl What is? Why,
the sliirt waist dance to-night ill the
opera house. Come and prove it Ior
The Revelstoke LaoroBso Club will
nieci iu the Y.M.C.A. parlors to-night
at 8 o'clock, for lhe purpose ol organizing matches lor the coining season.
Tho lacrosse trophy won by thc
Revelstoke to .in at the Nelson fall
lair last year, is .... exhibition in the
window of Kuight .V- Devine's tailoi
The unqualified buocoss ol the pasl
season of the Y. II. O. A. lias demon
strutcd th.- necessity: I larg n promise*
to carry on the ever i .creasing worl
I .ii.- by this besl ol i.istituti ns,
On Friday night, in the. per., house,
the musical treai nf the Boas -n The
dramatic cantata "Jeplitliab and In-
Daughter." Besl music il I. - t,n
j chorus ol 50 voi :es an I :--■ ■ ■: a.
s.-i- ml. ami band hills.
British   Columbia,  was  married  m
Londou,  Lug.,  lasl Monday to John The Ladies'Guild ol  Ki
Hope.    The  Canadian  Premier, Sir will  bold  the  opening nl the Te
Wilfrid Laurier, gave the bride away   i;..-- - on Saturday aftern , Apri
Many  representatives  of the nobility 20ih  at  3   .'clock in the l.nwrenc.
were present,    The bridegroom is« Block, adjoining Dr. Morris n's
Burveyor   and   own*  a ranch   near np-stairs.    The  public
The lollowing which appeared in the
hist isiue..! The Week, the enterprising Victoria journal, is a graceful compliment to Revelstoke, and one I igbl)
appreciated: "Revelstoke is amongst
the most progressive ot British Columbia allies. Its growth oi hue years
has been remarkable, and in order to
ke.-p abreast ol the requiremi nli I
the ti f es, il has just passed a municipal bylaw authorising the installi
tion uf au  auxiliary power and light   fti.
plant.   Revelstoke realises that cheap longing!
  ...ill    I  ImnA.l.a.   f.inli.r in I
\   ... vement
The  public s -■       ii
f.V.-.M I'm- --■    ■     ■'-.-.  Ili     I    tl).
season will be sei
liberal  pati    - * -       espcctlullj  re-
I  . -'..I
thl -. :. |
tin   i , .    - .-    ii   neat
Creek - -     i slope       tl -
Selkirk*, near the summit, the       Id
ing was burned I
Monday nigh" and the occupants ve
 ■ mi the -p.-.. li -
fact that til    mm..:   .
power will he an important lector in
building up any city which aipirei to
the establishment of industries, and it
will not be long hei..re the city wbiob
is the key to the Arrow Lukes and the
Columbia Uan important manufacturing centre."
1.   [OOI    ......fli.-
coast liinih.-r and       .-.-
charter I- an I    the purpose ol lending tii- prod icl    : Britiih 0   in bii
mills .-is. around ' ipe Horn, layi the
.N.-w--A.lv.-rti-.-r      Tim-     1 e '.|.    •-.
in i     I   - -M-.il- raili ads hai
Every effort will be concentrated mad.  I   i lumbermen l
now upon repairing the breach in the fill the orden coming In daily Iron
dam. caii-iil  lasl  week by manei     . , enci    iis acl    Thc
floating  ice being jam I against it. Ural  iteamer  ohartered   wi
Owing to the increased depth of water oargool 20,000,000 shingles round thi
at  that  point  pile  driving   -      -   Horn to the Atlantic leab *d,
difficult,  and to get anything like a __._—
secure hold in the river bed the  piles
will have to be ol great ength.  Every
hope is lelt lor the ultimate repair and
permanent strengthening if the dam
at   that  point, and once the water .-
evenly   diitrituted over tho whole
Itructure,    further   damage   will   be
prevented. The greatest danger liei
in the under current bo mring out bhe
bed round the piles, as was the case
last week and causing ll.e slnictiire to
be weakened
A. I-'. .1  ... Jl.
On Wednesday next April 24th,
members of Kootenay Lodge No, 15
.vill proceed by special train to Ar.ow-
head, where a Masonic Lodge will be
instituted anil launched safely on its
useful dreer. Arrowhead lniB always
heen a progressive community and the
or.ictice of fraternity is nowhere belter
exemplified or its precepts enlered
into .villi more spirit snd enthusiasm,
thatat this rising Utile town. The
c niing ceremony promises to be interesting as well as instructive,
Crystal Temple No. 3 are holding a
special initiation convention tonight,
at which the Knights ol Pythias will
eut, The evening lutm on will be
spent in social and musical events,
i. o. o. i--.
Selkirk Lodge No. 12 will celebrate
the 88th anniversary ol the foundation
of the Order, on Friday, April 26th,
when the lodge will heath: me to
their Iriends in a social entertainment
and dancing.
We have made a caref 1 selection of
Skirts from several of the Best Makers and
can now offers you a vary large variety
to select from and can offer you some excep
tioaal valu33. We have them in all lengths
from 37 to 44 inch and all sizes in the band.
They come in pretty serviceable materials, and
we can fit your figure and your purse.
We have opened a nice lot of Boys' Suits
in good substantial Tweeds and it will pay you
to look over them.
Sthatkokd, Out,, April 16— Bert C
Teskoy,  who  .......milted   suicide in
Toronto two weeks ago and has just
li-i-n i.li ntified, and who claimed he
was wanted as a witness in the Thaw
ci*.-. was in Stratford shortly before
his death nnd tol I a remarkable s'nry
of having heen paid if'200 a week to
absent himself Irom the trial; also
thai he sent lii* .life to Vancouver,
. i :f ■ ;.-f $1,400. The wile was a
Stratlo.d gi.l, formerly Mrs. OTIara.
Social and Personal
w. Holt, l*'. Kennedy  and Carl
Yoiisen  were char ed belore  E, A.
Create  Monday aft. moon. Bays  the
Nelson News with having killed .1 deer
out of season oear   Koch's mill on
Friday alternoun.  The 'leer was n d e
and hearing young.   The magistrate io"the ooait oltiei
lined the offenders, who pleaded guilty
I $5 each and costs about $3 more, but
warned Ihem  that the slightness of
the line wiib not to he '...ken lor a
■ precedent as he would Iim. tl.e next
man more heavily,  The provincial
police beg to thank the public spirited
...ai. who laid the information which
was so promptly acted on. This is the
lirst time that any such Information
has been laid by other than a public
11 - McCarter hai bi en spending ■
few days In Golden.
VV, \V. Poster left on Sunday morning lor tii" cm:.-.
Mrs  Robbtnl will ..-1 rece
morrow) Thutiday, April L8tl
Mrs  Morrison, mother ol Dr, M-.r
mm.11, Is visiting her son in town,
.1 MoPhall, Mill MoPhail and Min
MoConnell, have returned li nn a diil
lo Vancouver,
E, (!. !•'* ini'-y returned yesterd.-,
m..rning trom .1 weok's bui.
Mrs. Parker, who his been visiting
hor lister, Mn, lick, ol this city, hn -
returned to her home in  Belllngham.
Mrs. II, Cunningham Morris has
returned from a visit to Mr un.l Mrs
L, T. Morris at ll.o Lake Rnncli,
Notch 11.11.
Sunt.. II, Douglis, oi the lt...'ky
Mountain Parks, Banff, spent Sunday
and Monday in tl... city ll.e guest of
his daughter, Mrs. (I. S. McCarter.
1 hor.br given that 30 days alter date
int,        ipply tothe Chiel Commissioner ot
L.ifi.l-i.ti.i Work, fur  i. -[..rial llceuse to ont
. 1 timber from tho Following de-
distriot, ol Wesl Kootenny:
•MM al H |.n*! I'llll...-'! Hl.l.'.U ......
:     .. mouth nl McDonald creek, an.l
:.,.:^-:   -\        Evan.1 N w  cornerpost,"
. .aim, .-a-tsu rlialna. nor.h
■ -m .-..Hit.* te. |.iiiiit ..I oorn-
f.-..... ....*. planted abonl cue
0 mh nl Ucl'onalil Creek, .....I
m..rs-!     1    :     Kv.ii*' S.  W corner   itilst "
•     1,sins, eaat sn ohains. Booth
-. chain, tn pointol com-
■ a. n noil |i!niii-"l a. .lie
.. '. Creel, "in.l iilurke.l'-A  !■:.
-;i - noil " n..-i  n-.rtli 80
■ ■    ...if.*  Ui .-.. chains, cists.)
1 naminoement.
..  it a  pn-l planted  at the
mi,...])... •■      al 1 Crei * sn I marked "A K
. -n. - post,1   thenee south -.1
■ .:,■ north an chains, wests..
.. Minn-n'-.-m.-i.t.
II  a.  a  post |.lant.'.l at the
mo -       - npOrwi. «..<i .fi..rke.i •■*. 8
Brim' -        ornM pott,'   thiaoi north sn
a.n bairn, -until si.r.i.aiin, easts'.
...  |.l ,.Minni>-ii".iD».iii
.. .'..miii- m nj at a i">-i planted at il...
ftp .'.reek, and marked "A   R,
.,...-'■-'■   a....... -.1
ba in   nortl .halm, en-inn
room ■ '""
  nt' «' a .".*. piloted on tbe
... IcDnnild
. reek.,  1 »»rl I
... nli Mi:.«      rail
■ doo	
-  -«.:.
.   .. I
. reek, in 1   a ■...
i..    . .......
,        ■ th 80 ch.
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ip III W I* OdftiVIK
We are still receiving the Later Styles
in the Spring Coats and this week we have
some of the Newest. They are from the
samples shown in our store in the early
Spring and are made of very handsome
cloths and the Latest Styles. We have them
both in the Long and Short Styles.
9 li
Matl'iage Licenses Issued
JK .    .
D May Ulh. 0 p.m., for Inn puirliasd of the
■nisines* nnd plant nf Uiu Itevulutoke Steam
Sundry rompany. Busing averages botween
■?,if«i nml $0U0 ininll lily. Plain compri-es all nm-
ohlnery. honjo nnd wagon, eta, nml n.ia-imif of
Imildintf now owned by Mn'IlnvoHokuSlcam
Laundry Co Too hlglK'at tender not,i:eccn-
surily aoWptfldi
Address all lenders to
Scc.-Tmiifl. Hevelnlok*! Steam jUiuiulry Co.
Notiee If liereliy Kivi-n Hml the copartner
-hip heretofore uubsiHtlng hei ween the under
signed M Hftrbera, nmli-r the llrm name of
Morgan & Paraon«, at RovelBtoko, H. C„ has
been this day dissolved hy mutual nonsont. All
debts ilue lu the Bald partnership are to be paid
to J, A. Morgan, formerly one of said Hrm, and
ill partnership debts to bo paid by him,tho
*ald .1 A, Morgan continuing on the business.
llflvelfioki'.n. C, April 8th, 1!W7.
wed ap io
.1, A. MORGAN,
BUILDER will estimate for small
hnnse   promptly,   and    provide
plans.   Applv this..llice.
PIOB 8ALE-H.ii.se nnd Lot $1860'
I' Lot .TO feet, House live rooms.
Part ensh, balance to suit. Apply this
null S.\TK~27S iiefesrsitmited on
I'   Sal n Ann near Sicamous, $25
per fin'.. Apply E. A. Hands & Oo.,
Victoria, li. (!,
il.ASK  of    Furnished    Rooming
i   III iim' 112 rooms,) with furniture,
lm- -nic cheap   paving  investment.—
\|.|.iv Sibbald k Fibmi.
\i.-\i IIINK Shop Machinery for
.\I tale cheap, or plant If desired.
Apply lo .1. Tcknkii, Pense, H.isk.
1)1.AIN .....I Ornamental Plastering.
Ai. ili. nil *lone nf any design lor
building pm poses. Cement, nnd concrete work taken by c..iil.niet nr day
wurk, Apply to .1. Wai.ki'.ii and ,1.
s.\., ii.KN-i-. Revelitoke, P. 0.
-.- ■■ - hi  iby «i .-I. ilifii ik. iIum. iifi.-i- iinie
I Intond '.. apply to Hn- Chlol Co. Isf.ln.inr nf
l.tiniM nml  Vvorklfor pormlflalontob.irohiuie
III.. folli»llili«'lesiTlln..l liilnl   I isii'il..ii,m
BlllinlO.I   ...   .iuii'ini   Ilny.   ii.iniiii-ii.iiiK nl „
poal |ii.nii"i nn n.ee:i..i -i"ii""f uppor Arrow
I.Mm Mim. in i.iiieiiii poinl, nml marked   II
Mi.....-....'* 'iiniii i-nsi  e.iri.nr |m*l," lliene.. Weal
Cliiin...*, ihenco north sn ohnlns, Ihoiicooruit
liiffli.iin* iniirn nr less lo Inkn ahoro, Ihonoe
along lnko ihore in tmlni of oommonooniont.
liiiie.i April uui. mti
Mi'IV 13
llAlil'U aiMiws.
WANTED       Wain-ess,   $80 per
.iiiiiiiii.     Apply   lo   Queen's
Hotel, Dninapllx,
WANTED     Evoryono  having a
I,.,,,.,,   lo   sell i.i    I .-l.l lo lilt il.
-.nlii ii,.■    | nm flooded wiih enquiries
I.,, hou .- prnpertlei.    Phone, .-all, or
ilrop in ■ ..  ...nl   wilh  full  deseliplinll
mul purchase price, or runt rep.be.I.
I,. A. I'fii/k'.n, ll'-al l-l-liile in d Ins-Hi-
rn..- \,"-i,', l(.-vi-l*lfiki-, II. C
|i(ll(, HALE, on h-used land Two
I' uill hoiiscii furnlihed iln-..ugh-
..ui, s.i.fill .mi. containing twn rooms
i .,,i ..i s1'. ' im.oih. Aim 'in laying
Imim mil :i io.k...-..|«. chicken hnnse
ml wire I'm.icing, only live minutes
...-nlk fn..n si.iii.ii. on eait track, Will
I..- Rold.il.-. bargain an owner is leaving
ll,-.-.-I.>i.k... Por further particulars
npply I.. .1, ll.Mti.AM., ..I  lliilisiin k
l.tnl'Ml A gen!Ionian's pearl lie
I' pin. Owner can have the same
l.y calling fii Mrs. Willis Ariii«ti'ong's
residence nud paying for this advertisement.
Dwelling and Lnt, Second Street     .      .      >
Dwelling and Lot, Second Street  .
Dwelling ami Lots, Third Street ....
Lots on Second St.. east of McKenzie Ave., each
Lots on Third St., east of McKennie Ave., each  ,
Lots on Fourth St., east, of McKenzie Ave., each
LoU on Fifth St., east of McKenzie Ave., each    .
1—2 and 5-acro Blocks suitable for fruit.
.   200
,   160
Sensations exist for our guidance,
They are nature's warnings, Overworked eyes demand rest. Eyes that
tire easily call for help. Properly
adjusted glasses afford tbo only assistance possible. We make a specialty
..(relieving tired eyes und guarantee
Next Imperial Bank.
4>*|H|n^-^*|i^*H"Ht<H^Hlt|Ht^1 'ft $ 'fr '$' 'fr *
The King of all Cigars, for the
first time presented to you in
Revelstoke, is the KING EPWARD
7TH, Leader of Domestic Cigars
in Canada.
a. !i ti'i lii At A* A% Ai Ai it'i iTi At At A A* At At At it'i At Ai At 1T1 At
* t iii t f i iii ijp iti iti ix' |xi 'J,' '4» X X * X 4* V 4» * V 4» * ™
FOR HIRE—A comfortable, fast, 4 h,p. Gasoline
Launch, which will seat eight comfortably, and will
accommodate the tents and outfit of a party of
three, for an extended hunting or fishing trip. Lake
Shuswap has unrivalled fishing, and from the shores
of iis far reaching arms start many trails into some
of the finest big game country in B. C.
TO LET—A four-room furnished Cottage, on the
shore of Lake Shuswap.     For particulars address,
All in Eastern Costume, will be produced in the
Geneial Admiuion,—50c, Reierved Seats,—76q


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