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 The Mail-Herald
Vol 18.-No 74
$2.50 Per Year
We are the depot for Dr, Jaeger's Sanitary Woolens. The ssle ol
these woolens have advanced recently with giant strides, till we nnw
hear the demand lor them on every side. We carry a complete Stock
here snd can procure sny article that might be sold out in a few days.
Beautiful, Soft, Pure Woolen Underwear—absolutely Pure,
Undyed Wool, Insbioned to the figure, in sepsrste garments ol all
kinds ai.d Combination Suits. Tbe price is no more than lor the
ordinary kinds. '
Night Gowns and Sleeping Suits, Pure Wool, porous aid soft
light weight and warm.
Dressing Gowns, Kimonas and Jackets
Fleecy, 8ott Materials, undyed, Camel Hair Cloths, Fancy Delaines, etc., Light and Warm.
Pors Wool Underwear, best protection against chills, mode in all
qualities and weights, in white and natural colors, extra lull size. The
price is no higher than lor ordinary stuff, so why not have the best.
Ask tor Dr. Jaeger's.
Waistcoats knitted, without sleeves, a very comfortable garment
for these cold days and winter wesr.   Price,—14.60 to 16,60.
Sweaters, in plain and lancy colors, all sizes and styles, pure wool,
st$2, *3and |4.
Smoking Jackets, pure wool, in new and fancy patterns, lovely
goods.   Any man would appreciate one of these lor house wear.
Dressing Gowns—What more comfortable a garment can be purchased for a man about home in the evening than a nice Dressing
Gown.   See these at JIO to 115.
Pure Wool Underwear in the natural white and natural grey,
pure, sott wools io any kind ot garment. For the baby, pretty little
creations in stockings, booties, mittens, etc,
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
My.   BreesmsMiti att'nmmr*om*,*Mnm
New Boundary Survey Results
in United States Securing
Another Strip in the Mineral
Belt.—Claims Affected,
Dawson, Sept. 20— International
boundary surveyors who have been
delineating the Alaskan Canadian
line since June||13th, |have finished
work tor the summer and returned to
Dawson. The advance party came
down the White River on a rait;
others are coming out overland with
Forty-mile River, Sixty-mile River
and Poker Creek are the ohiel mining
streams crossed. There is no serious
complaint now Irom the miners who
are thrown Irom one countiy into
another by a change in the line. The
work is completed on the Yukon river
to Ladue Creek. A twenty-foot sky
line has been out and bronze monuments will be erected next year, snd
the line finished to Mount St. Eliss,
which is st the southern end.
11       In order to introduce, we will allow any
*■ * party to take on a 30-day triajpne of our KOOKIZERS, and
free i mn dm
At Am At ■♦. At «♦. At Am Am Am At
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«* Bhow that what we say about it is undeniable—that you can
i f cook your food for hours without lire.
: r       This offer, and at a price of 17.50 each, only good for
* *
i k Thirty days.
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i t Dealers in Hsrdwsre, Stoves and Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen'*
♦ | and Sawmill Supplies, etc., Plumbing and Tinsmithing.
Two-Storey Dwelling, Lots 'ili x 100, on Mackenzie Avenue,
plastered-Cash I960, terms on balance.    PRICE—$2,460
Two-Storey  Dwelling, plssteird and stone basement, Lots
75 x 100 on Second Street,    Cash I960 and terms on balance.
One-Storey Dwelling, Lot 60x100, near Cowan Block
PRICE  $850
At U. M, Hprost's Kartell  Estate Olliee.
COWAN HOC*.      •      -      .       TMII) STMIT
A ipecial meeting of the oity council waa held on Monday, Sept. 16,
Mayor Brown and aldermen present.
Con.municstions were received from
tbe School Boord requesting the counoil lo donate $100 in order to send
delegates to tbe convention of school
trustees st New Westminster, Sept.
31 to Oct. 3. The council resolved
that in view of the (act that delegates
Irom 'the school board have already
attended a convention at the publio
expense this year antl tha counoil is ot
opinion tbat no further appropriation
lor that purpose should be made.
From 0. G. Wheeler, foreman ot
oity water works, applying for overtime pay in connection with the fitting and connecting up of tbe new
tank.  The request wss refused.
In unfinished business a resolution
wis passed tbat P. Burns & Co. be
requested to pay pound fees* for iheep
impounded Sept. Oth. '
In discussing the necessity ol a fireman in the Opera House during plays
tbe Council resolved that R. Tapping
be requested in luture to provide firemen at tlu Opera House at bis own
expense and tbat the ohief ol the fire
brigade be notified.
The city clerk was instiucted tc
request the chiel oi police to notily
owners ol treei overhanging tbe sidewalk to keep the same trimmed so
tbat persons with umbrellas could
pass under the branches.
A special meeting was held last,
night with all present.
Another communioation was received from C. G. Wheeler, (oreman ot
oity water works, requesting overtime
pay (or work in connecting up the new
tank, and stating tbat it was not his
fault tbat tbe tank had anted, but
bis predecessor's, and that it treated
fairly he would put tbe tank on a solid
The Mayor said that it would be
unfair if the overtime was retused
since this was new work, and done at
night and it was at his speeial wish
tbat this work ol connecting up tbe
tank should be done at night to prevent the mills, etc., irom being shut
down during the day. This work wss
usually contract work and be certainly
thought that Wheeler was dessrving
ot the overtime, just ss much ss the
men who were working alongside ol
Aid. Stone said that is wu .evident
that Wbesler was not giving satisfaction and that .the counoil should give
him the overtime and ask (or his
Aid. Woodland, Sawyer and Trimble
were of tbe opinion that Wheslei wss
not giving satisfaction to Ihe publio.
The Mayor said thst il the oounoil
lelt thst Wheeler was not suitable lor
the work, they should ask lor his
resignation, but bs was decided on tbe
justice, of giving him his overtime.
Moved by Aid, Stone, seconded by
Aid. Trimble, thst Wheeler be granted
24 houri overtime and be asked to
From Harvey, McCarter A Pinkham
Mating that P. Burns were not liable
lor the pound lees on the impounding
of 152 sheep on Sept. Oth, since their
(Burnt) herder had lelt the firm's employ without notice, and that when
Nelson had rounded the sheep in his
own yard, one ol Burnt]' men was there
to Uke possession belore the pound-
keeper came up. A morn statement
by Mr, Fitzgerald, one ol Burns' men
was read.   Mr, Nelson wm present at
tlie n.eeting and. said tbat the sheep
had olten caused trouble and did dam.
age to his fences and that he had'
found them without a herder on his
premises and impounded them there
while he sent lor the pound-keeper.
The pound-keeper onuH not be found,
so he called C. G.. Wheeler, who
claimed them in the name of the city
and a short while afterwards the
pound-keeper came, followed shortly
by some ol Burns' men who claimed
the sheep, but the pound-keeper refused snd drove them to the city
pound. Shardlow, th| pound-keeper,
affirmed st tbe meeting that he was
there before Burnt' nien. - P. Burns'
solicitor stated that they would protest the claim of 1220 on illegal impounding. The. matter was referred
to the city solicitor.] s
Ths Health and By-tvw committee
reported oo the hock fsVes section of
the Hack Regulation l|y-Law recoils-
mending certain coftedilons. Report
received and adopted. AW, Trimble
said that several members ot the
school board had ssked him to bring
up the question ol ill* donation ior
Board to send delegates to the Trustees' convention st Sew Westminster.
Aid. Howson said other organizations
required assistance just at much as
the school, who hid been assisted
already this year; Th| City clerk ex.
plained the general idea of the sub.
jects at the convention.-* .The Council
finally decided to let the motion of the
previous meeting stand, retusing to
grant a donation. The Hack Regu
lation By-law received its third reading and was finally pas^d. Tbe tax
rate waa laid over till next meeting.
Forty one applications lor superintendent at the ; powy house wire
received and referred to the Firs,
Water and Light committee. R. D.
Simons was present snd complained
thst his house was too near the Imperial Oil Company's warehouse lor
safety. Thedouni.il afersed that the
warehouse was a menace to city property and resolved thai the imperial
Oil Company should be. requested to
move their store to comply with the
by-law. |  fcj
The sccounts were pasted and tbe
meeting adjourned   '
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From onr own corrspondont.
Miss Dodd of Yale, visited her
brother here this week.
Mrs. Kirby is visiting her mother at
Smelter Junotion.
Dr. Hamilton of Revelstoke. was in
town on Friday.
Mrs. Johnston of Revelstoke, is the
guest ol Mrs. Lightburne.
Mrs, Fraser ie visiting friends in
J. Bailey and family have removed
to the coast.
J. Haddotv was in Revelstoke, this
$10,000 of Provincial Appropriation Unexpended.
With approximately $10,000 un-
spent out of the provincial govern.
ment appropriation ol $25,000 (or
forest fire protection service, Chief
Fire Warden G. D. McKay will wind
up his season on September 30. Every
deputy warden save one waB released
from service list Saturday, as it is not
expected tbat any large fires will
break out this fall, and Ior small ones
speoial officers will be temporarily
employed. During tbe summer the
protection afforded by ".he wardens to
timbsr interests was greatly appreciated, and many thousand dollars'
worth ot standing timber was saved
from destruction by fire.
It is the intention ol the Government to increase the protection ier
vice next summer and extend oper-
ations through the plaoing ol an
increased force of wardens in the field.
It is reported that the unexpected
balance ol this season's appropriation
may be used in the purchase ol a
launoh or small steamer for coast
patrol work,
Nelson Pays—Disastrous Train
Wreck — September Sleighing—Earthquake Shock—A
Heavy Gale.
Nelson, B. Oi, Sept. 21.—The Nei-
sou school board, in response to a request from the staff, granted a general
increase of $10 a month to all assistants in the public schools, the new
fate to take effect from September,
The minimum salary now paid in
Nelson is $70 per month,
Mexico Citv, Sept. 21.—There has
been a disastrous wreck on the Mexican Central railroad. A Ireight train
and a passenger train came into collision at El Carnscion, near tbe city ot
Aguas Calieotes, and it is reported
that thi.ty persons were killed and
many injured,
Frank, Alta,, Sept. 21.—A sleigh on
the streets of Frank on the Uth day
of September is something of a novelty, but such a sight was to have been
seen;, on that date. This incident,
together with the fact that telegraph,
telephone and electric light wires are
prostrated and thousands of trees are
broken down from the weight of snow,
gives some sort of an idea ol the severity dl the storm which set in in the
morning and continued until not far
from two leet ol snow bad fallen.
San Francisco, CaL, Sept. 21.—An
earthquake shock that brought residents of this city into the streets in
alarm and oaueed a general shake-np
in the arrangements of many house*
holds was experienced here Wet night.
The direction of tbe shock was (rom
southeast to northwest, and waa preceded by a rumbling noise.
Victoria, Sept. 21.—The British
navy will probably occupy Esquimau
naval station again in the near luture,
according to private advices received
by a Victorian from a British naval
officer, prominent io the servioe.
JpiiNs, N. F., Sept,  21.—The
hesyiest gale, reported here ior forty
Coaat to-day. Reports from settlements show that five lives were lost.
The storm struck many flailing vessels
and eleven schooners snd sloops were
driven ssbore or foundered at their
Winnipeg, Sept, 20.—Shipments of
wheat over the C. P. R. on Tuesday,
Sept. 18 aggregated ofily 25,000 bushels. - Oo the same day last year tbey
reached 167,000 bushels. The total
wheat shipped during the month of
September is 138,000 bushels, while
[or Isel year it was 5,838,000 bushels.
For other grains in the present year
tbe shipments have been 51,000
bushels and for last year 109,000
Indiana Company Earned Ten
Times its Capital in a Year.
New York, Sept. 20.-More light
was shed upon the remarkable earning
capacity ol the various subsidiary
companies ol the Standard Oil com-
pany, when Ftank B. Kellogg, who is
conducting the federal suit, succeeded
in plaoing upon ths records the profits
ol tl.e seventeen prinoipal subsidiary
companies in the years 1905 and 1906.
The statement ol the earnings ot the
company in Indiana whioh wu recently fined $29,240,000 by Judge Landis, ot Chicago, lor rebating, disclosed
that in 1006 the company earned $10,-
516,820 on a capital ot $1,000,000, or
over 1,000 per oent a year.
The fruit exhibit from this province
lor Great Britain will go forward on
the Empress ol Britain, sailing Irom
Quebeo October 18, Through the
courtesy ol Hir Thomas Shaughnessy
ial space has been reserved on the
big C. P. R. liner lor tbe exhibit Irom
British Columbia, and tree transportation is granted. The shipments (rom
the various parts of tbe province will
be assembled at Sicamous and will go
lurwaid (rom there on Oot. 11.  The
Those who witnessed the different
plays produced by tbis popular organisation lait year, will be pleased to
learn that the company has been reorganized and with a lew exceptions
theeast will be the same as belore.
During the coming theatrical season
the company will produce some of the
latest dramas and vaudeville features
direct from the eastern cirouit, and as
an added feature, Mr, Melrose bsa
scound one ol the latest Edison moving picture machines, and'.between the
act* ol each performance will be shown
some ol the best and funniest moving
pictures thst monsy osn buy.
Their first performance will be next
Thursday, 8oj>l..26tb, and will consist
ot high-olsss vaudeville, farces,
sketches, ind novelty acts, illustrated
I       a       —     - ■ .... .J      ..    —
Don't Take
Your Groceries
with you, let us send
them home. It's just
as easy for us, and far
more convenient for
you. Or we will call
for the order and deliver the things, just as
if you  selected them
yourself. We have everything worth keeping, Our reputation for fair dealing is second to none and we can satisfy
you in every way.
fruit will be transported to Quebeo by. ,,.. , .
a special car attached, to the Imperial H" *'d '""i ,mov'ng pifltUte"'    A
Limited. ,,., I     'two diince will be held alter the show.
OI Stoves, Ranges snd Heaters. These have just arrived; they are not
old stock, kept over, but NEW with all the latest improvements and
they arc McCLARY'S.     "~~
We have a lull line oi Fishing Rods, Baits, Lines, Hooks, etc.  Shotguns, Rilles, Revolvers, and all kinds of ammunition. '
Bourne Bros. J
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For domestic purposes it is'the most- suitable,..
Coal and the ' "
Cheapest on the Market
It lights easily, holds a hoi fire for many hours
and leaves only a small quantity of light ash.
Mil! General ASentiej, Ltd.
Offices :—Molsons Bank Building.      Telephone 31
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes. Eto.
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
yirst St Op. liin Hotel
1 ; ■   -ia-
Imperial Bankof Canada
Heud OtTloa. Toronto, Ontario.
Brmtr.11 In thi ftafiaSM ol Uin.tobt, ilUrU, Si.kaUaiwtn,
Britiah Coloabls, OiiU.lt, yosbw
Oapltal Authorize* •10,000,000.01
Oapltal Paid Up ....   M,SSo,ooo.tto
Reserve Fund M,SS«,o*o.o«
D. R, Wilms, President; Hon. R. Jafhiat, Vice-Prssident.
A General Banking Buslneee Trawaoted.
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, CniMd HMtettud
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections.
Saving! Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit snd credited
quarterly. -    '
Revelstoke Branoh, B. C.-A, I. Phipps, Manager.
'fi*      Mr*r*4Wfci -, r,    ,.   .,,.,, Gbe flDaiWberalb.
Barrister*s, Solicitors, Etc
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Chas. Muarar.      Harou Fisher
BarrisUrs.l Solicit,.!.. Etc,
C. E. HILU.V • 0. «!«•"•
cational facilities We think that
the City Council should endeavor to
aid the Board in enabling our trui-
teei to attend the convention, and
since the Board is working lor ciiy
interests it seems only right that
citizens ni'ney should scud theni
dowo to speak on beltall ol our city
schools and for the purpose of attaining better methods and gaining morr
general knowledge which will he used
to advantage in establishing th.
education of our rising generation on
a higher basis. It is understood that
the next convention will be held in
of their arrival and departure  Irom
Vancouver ivill be changed.
Antiouiiceiiic.it tint it bus been
decided to operate a daily train service between Vancouver and Revelstoke during the winter in addition to
the transcontinental trains, is expected from Montreal daily. Looal
ollieials of thn railway believe that
this service will he ordered.
Local Revelstoke
Socialist Party of Canada
Mists First anilThlnl Wt,lnesil»jl in ths month
in Selkirk II ill, upstair.., at 8 p.m. Subject to;
.llscuMf.ii.n~"Arrati.Kii.ciit ol CapitaUam." A"
interested sre welcome.
C. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Camp, No. 219.
Meet, Second and Fourth Wednesdays
each month, In Selkirk Hull.  VlglUng Wood
men cordially invited to uitcnd.
W, II. AttMSTI.ONO, Con. Com.
J. M.'INTYUE, Clerk.
Orncas:  lx 'Saul Hm* Hlocs.  Hsvsl-
1 stokk, B. C.
Money to loan. _
Olliees: Ilevelstolts. H. 0.1 Crantirook, ti. 0.
0(0.8. Md'iRTtB,
A. M. FlSKiim. _ „
Kivtl.tokt, B. C
J. A. Hasvkv.
Cn ..rook, B.
1. M. Scotl I.L.D
W. I. Brlmn.
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Money to Loan
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
Asia, ol ill Ores. Bimplet by mill or express
receive prompt attention.
Termi Moderttt.
iupmi     ■     •    •    Box 132 Kaiuj, B. 0.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Surveying
McKenzie Avknck,
Box 108, Revelstoke.
Notasv rtiiLic, Etc.
Fhoaei     NEW DENVER, B.C     P.O.Box lu
(Member American Institute of
Mining Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstoke, B. C.
Mioe Management, Examinations
and Reports.
Reports compiled, Plans and Blue
Prints of Laod, Timber Limits, Mines,
Mills and Buildings prepared in shape
for submission to prospectiveinvestors
or purchasers,
Apropos of the new curtain in the
opera house, the enterprise Bhown by
R, Tapping in the conduct of his hall
is distinctly laudable. A man who
runs a play house of any sort in small
western cities ie up against a somewhat doubtful proposition. The local
opera bouse is a fine building and capable ol seating a big crowd, and the
owner snd manager deserves credit for
his enterprise in the institution of this
public conveoience. The class of productions ol late has improved, but
there is yet room lor further betterment. More carelul attention should
be paid to tbe correct booking and
marking ol seats, and tl.e manage
ment should see that the ushers- apor-
tion the correct seats corresponding
to the number held by the purchaser.
On every occasioo confusion invariably occurs over this, which is a very
annoying and unbusinesslike procedure and one which tl.e management
should pay special attention to.
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations.
TCDIO-A.  Mrs. J. C.  Hutchison's Con-
aaffht Aveune
Election of Officers and Committees Appointed
A meeting ol the Revelstoke Conservative Association was held in the
Selkirk Hall on TueBday night. In
spite of other attractions there was a
[air attendance.
Io the absence ol C. Holten, J. McLeod took the chair and opened the
proceedings with a tew words stating
tbe object of the meeting. The following officers were elected:
Hoo. President-Hon. R. McBride,
Premier of Britisli Columbia.
Hon. Vice PreB.-T. Taylor, M.P.P.
President—John McLeod.
1st Vice Pres.-G. 8. McCarter.
2nd Vice Pres.—H. MoSorley.
Treas.-W. Foote.
Secretary—W. W. Foster,
Executive Committee—W. Watson
W. Smythe, E. Trimble, T. Wadman
J, Lappen, A. E. Kincaid, B.R. Black-
Gbe flDa{l4)eralb
"Ivould . . . earnestly advise the... lor
their rood to order this paper to b< punctually
served up, and to be looks.! upon si t part of
thl Ut ..',uipige."-ADDISON.
The fourth annual convention of
the Britiih Columbia Association of
ichool trustees will be held at the end
of the month and ii one ol tbe most
important of all brancbeiol provincial
and national development. Education
ii tbe chiel factor in tbe progress of a
nation or country and one on which
much depends. Schools are but the
initial steps ia laying the fonndation
ol the principals ol successive generations, but unless the conduct of
schooli ii carried oo in luch a manner
ai to leave lea- if any loop holes for
undesirable influences to creep in, the
aim for what we are working will
never be attained. In every brancb
and plan of school conduct the very
best ofjidesi snd actions should be
alone treated with, and moral as well
as well ss physical standard! ihould
be the aim snd object of every school
board in the province. Careful attention si. ul.1 be paid to surrounding
our children with influences only tbat
have a beneficial and healthy result
on tbe young mi.ids which are so
prone tu grasp and absorb anything
whether it be tor their good or otherwise. Sanitary conditions of schools
and periodical medical eiaminition of
pupiit are two ol the chief points
which the convention will discuss.
Health is the mainstay ol all, and this
must be looked into before the teacher
can give anything like a true sad juit
report ol the capabilities of Iheir
children, It is to be hoped tbat the
convention will be well attended
Irom all over the province, for the
weight ol numbers tells and tbe interchange of views and opinion! in all
localities where conditions are so
diversified will be the chief means ol
deciding ss to whst is best for our
schools io general. We look to it tbat
Revelstoke will be fully represented
and that tbe trustees who attend will
be present st every tesiion, since tbe
educational gains will be very great,
We trust, moreover, thst our representatives will take an active part in
all discussions and lay before the
cohvention the salient leatures ol
what this distriet requires in edu-
lock, T. Downs, W. Fleming, F. Corson, C. M. Field, W, Armstrong, W.
Humphreys, B. Tapping, C. Holten,
P. Murphy, R. Smith, S. Sutherland,
J. Hooley, N. Moore, E. M. Alluiu,
W. Hornell, B. A. Lawson, J.I. Wood-
row, J, Laughton, A. Y. Anderson, J.
Armstrong, W. C. Calhoun, E. N.
Clay, B. Q. Hawkins, R. N. Doyle, J.
Hume, W, Cowan, S. Young, C
Young, E, Dupont, W. Clay.
Committees were appointed lor taking up and revising the voters' list
and adding to tbe same.
A letter was read from Premier McBride approviug of the work of tlie
association and stating that he would
give tbe matter of a local cabinet
appointment his careful consideration
It is estimated .that the New York
Central I i-ies pay between $700,000
and $1,000,000 a year lor printing.
It is rumored that the United States
Steel Corporation bus decided to build
its own st*|el car making plsnt at
Duluth, Minnesota.
Tbe membership of the Railroad
Braoch Young Men's Christian Auociation in tbe United States has
resched the enormous stun of 80,601,
and 3,785,104 meals were Berved during the past year,
The corona's jury investigating the
recent wreck on the Canadian Pacific
railway at Cilc.lun, in which seven
people were killed and others injured,
made its report on Wednesday and
directed tbe arrest of Engineer Hodge
and Conduotor Grimes.
The Baldwin Locomotive |Works
turned out during the six months
ended June 30, one thousand three
hundred and thirty-lour finished locomotives. Tbe work represented an
approximate cost of $18,000,000.
London papers state that engineers
ol the Canadian Pacilic Works Department have reported favorably on tbe
proposed tunnel to connect New
Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
They eBtimate that tho cost will be
$14,146,000. The tunnel will be
eighteen Ieet in diameter and over
seven miles in length.
The report recently mode by the
census bureau shows that on steam
railroads in the United States ten
women are employed as baggagemen,
eeveo aB conductors, forty-five os engineers and firemen and twenty-six as
switchmen, yardmen and flagmen,
There are 185 women employed ss
blacksmiths, 508 as machinists and
eight as boilermakers in various shops
throughout tbe United States.
The cost of stopping a train depends
on the size ot the engine, the weight
ol the train, the rote ol speed and the
character of the grade. A recent calculation by a railroad expert indicated
that the cost ranged Irom forty-five
cents for a train of ten ordinary passenger cars to one dollar and sixty-
one cents Ior an express train of heavy
drawing-room cars four times the
weight of the others. But these figures were for a single set of conditions,
Where there is an up-grade the expense is more than cn a level, and
much more than on a down-grade.
F. 0. E.
The regular meetings are held in the Selkirk
Hall every 2nd and lth Tuesday evening at 8
o'clocs. Visiting brethren nre cordially invited.
W. E. McLAUCHLIN, Sucbbtasi.
All kinds of Green Vegetables ready for the Market.
Fresh local grown Strawberries $3.25 and $3.50 Per
Ripe Gooseberries loc-
Per Lb.	
Front Street, Revelstoke
Koott nav LodAte No. 15 AT, KM.H.
Tho regular meeting, are held ln the
Masonlo Temple,
jdd Fellows Hall.on
the third Monday In
■fi.cli month at i
Ip.m. Visiting broth
ren cordially wel
U. A. ffKUCUNIKIt, Skchktary.
Meets everyThursday
evening in   Selkirk
Hall at S o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to st
Gold Range lodge, K. of P.,
Ho. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
except Third Wednesday of
etch month, in the Oddfellows'
Hall tt 8 o'clock, Visiting
Knights are cordially invited.
0. H. BROCK, K. ot it."A 8.
Deer Heail-i, Animals, Birds, Fish, .Ktc,
Animal Hugs .Mounted,
P 0. Box 31.
i Studio:   Corner of first St. nml Boyle Ave.
Kevelstoke. B. 0.
The best Brick in the Province.
Well burnt Brick in large or
snutli quantities at Reasonable
Manufactured for all class«slof buildings
Ail kinds.of .building and plastering
That's Royal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory west ol Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washing are easy with its help
And the money saving is the
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give for
Roval Crown Wrappers. Send
for it—Free—Also try the
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
i, rum
it ink
I have many enquiries for
Fruit Lands from Winnipeg,
Toronto, and Vancouver. Persons desiring to dispose of
their holdings, large or small,
will do well to list them with
me. Correspondence solicited,
Jas. I. Woodrow.
C. B. Hume A Co will hold their
millinery opening Wednesday, Sept.
25th, afternoon and evening.
At a meeting ol tbe Revelstoke
Liberal Asiociation held in the new
Burns block on Wednesday, tbe follow
ing were elected delegatea to attend
the Provincial Liberal Association to
be held at Vancouver oo Oct. 1st.!
F. Fraser, W.I. Briggs, E. A. Haggen, 0, Koopp; J. M. Kellie.
The desire expressed by many Canadians thai the Dominion Government ihould ooin iti own gold, silver
snd copper money will soon be realized by the commencement ol opera
tions at the branch ol the itoyal Mint,
now about completed at Ottawa. Besides the sentiment about the matter,
the Oovernment ihould realize a fair
profit on the coinage of silver and
sliould bc in a petition to purchase
gold and silver bullion Irom Canadian
smelters. Hitherto tl.e latter have
had to find a market fur their products abroad, and this has operated
detrimentally to Canadian mining
Full line of Groceries snd Dairy
Produce, Men's Supplies, Etc.
Fresh stock always arriving at
lowest prices.
Place your orders fur your
Harness..—Hand-make Boots
and Fancy Leather Goods. . .
All Kinds of Light and H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
Kootenay ash-
pan is exceptionally large. Holds
two-days  accumulation. Re
moved easily, like a dresser
drawer.   Flanges attached to
fire-pot guide all ashes into pan«£|
-,    in.    -my
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
Dealer in Wood, Coal and Feed.
Phone 71. House Phone
Iwry packet
will kill
mors fll.. than
300 ihMtt
of iticky paper
ic per packsrt, *r s packet, for Ma.
will la* a who..
Tc Buy Property In and Around
Never Again will It be so Low
I have lor sale the following:—
One Cottage, corner Charles and
Douglas St.— SSoo, easy terms.
Two Houses, Third St.— $1,500
One House, corner King and
Front Sis.—$1,700.
One House on Douglas St.—$800.
Eighl Aires just outside the City
Limits, suitable for fruit—Si00 per
acre. Togelher wilh larger lots
of Fn.it Lands near the City.
Also one 25 fool lot suitable for
business si.e on First Street, close
to McKenzie Ave.
For lull particulars applv to;—
Revelstoke, B. 0.
Corporation   of the City   of
The City Council rer.uires the services of a Power Home Superintendent to take charge of the Hydro-
Electric Plant. Hie plant will shortly
be augmented by the addition of a
dynamo for the supply of Power, and
an auxiliary gas producer plant
Salary fl2G per month. Applications,
stating experience and accompanied
by references, to reach the under-
Signed by Friday, Sept. 20th, 1907.
City Clerk.
Revelsloke, II. 0„ Sept. 6th, 1907.
On October 19 the double daily
train service ol the C.I'.R. between
Vancouver and Montreal will bo discontinued, trains Nos. 1 and '1 being
retired as far as the line west of Calgary is concerned. East ol Calgary
the double service will be continued
through tbe wioter, as wss tl.o caie
lnt year. Trains Nos' 116 and 97 will
be continued in effect between Vancouver snd Montreal though the time
Hillea, .Shotguns, Revolvers,
Fishing Tackle, Tents, Hunting and Outing Suits, Cannes.
Ilo.il/<, Typewriters nnd Office
Desk, Field ond Opera Glasses,
All at less than half price.
Write at once for big list,
Nmiwlgewaiik, Y H , Canada.
From France, Holland and
reliable varieties at reasonable prices.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumpi
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Oldest established nursery rm the
mainland ol B.C.    Catalogue Iree.
25c. to 50c. on the AS
Your Grocery, Clothing
Drygoods and Shoe Bills
WE PAY FREICHT to any railway station
in Western Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia.
Write for our Latest Price List, it is
mailed Iree on request,
We only handle the besl goods money
can buy, only goods of best mills, manufacturers and packers shipped.
Ws make Prompt Shipments.
We absolutely guarantee satisfaction
and Delivery-
All Cowls Guaranteed or Monsy Refunded.
It is a duty .0 You, lo Your Family and
to your Pocket Book to investigate our
We do nol belong lo the Jobbers' or
Retailers' Board or Association or any
References : Any Bank, Railway or
Eapress Company in the City, or the
names of twenty thousand satisfied customers iu the lour provinces.
Write for Our Prioe List To-day.
Northwestern  Supply   House
139 and jfii Stanley Street
Halcyon Hot Springs
Under the n»w tnnnfigement of
Habiiy       Intohii,     ..dm n   House
1 cyon are the most curative in the
world, A perfect, natural remedy for
.til Nervous nnd Muscular diseases.
Liver, Kidney nnd Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates on all boats and trains. Two
mails .tirive and dr ait every   day,
Ti.lrgtii b cotntnun atlon with all
marts of the world.
TKKMH-$I2 to Ifli per week.   For
fat-ther particulars apply to
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrow Lak: B, C
In order lo secure one of oils'
In the centre of th.. Southernmost nud Warmest valley in
Hi'., West Kootenay, for
till down   mid   $111   per
ui..1.1)1 for ID acres.
To pay nil ytiir tXpeoitl 1. ...I rofntiil
If.,ur html nud whole proposition
is not exactly us ive represent it.
Y.,.i can mnke from $11111 to «7(X)
per acre n.inunlly growing fruits
.md market gardening. Every tract
Is either level or gently ifonlnp,
Th.- Soil i" loam With cl.iy wi'moil.
Free from rock, Ai»t>lc rjiiiif.tll.
Fine healthy climate, Cool in summer, Zero weather In winter pro.:-
lieiilly .11.known, No early or lute
frost danger,   Plenty of timber on
each tracl for buildings, fences and
fuel, Each tract fronts on a road,
and every I...el wllhin half-mile of
main lino of lt.lt. Title Is perfect.
We. own one-fifth of Hie good bind
In tbe whole Kootonay and make
Hies., terms so that Tnll will la. able
lo use your surplus funds Improving
your land. We refet lo three uf the
strongest Hanks iii Canada, Write
quick fur maps, etc., ...ul testimonials nf settlors at 1''. nil vnlc.
Nelson, t, 0. .
BELOW will be found tho names ol some ol the progressive firms in
Revelstoke who make this most popular and liberal offer: This elegant
library and handsome caie will be given by vote to the Lodge, Society,
Church or School in Revelstoke securing the largest number of votes in
the following manner: The buiiness men listed below will give with
EACH TEN CENT PURCHASE one vote, The contest begins Sept.
9th and ends Feb. 9th, 1908. A ballot box has heen placed in the Canada
Drug A Book Store where the votes are to be deposited, At the close ol
the contest the church, school, society or lodge having the largest number ol votes will be awarded the library. Current accounts when promptly paid will be entitled to votes. Remember, votes can only be secured by
trading with the merchants listed below. Each week the Mail-Herald
will announce the standing ol the contestant.
The library and case are now on exhibition in the show window ot
C. B. Hume A Co.
C. B. HUME 4 CO.
Groceries,   Drygoods,   Crockery
Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
House Furnishings.
Meats, Etc.
Fine Confectionery, Ice Cream, Etc.
Coupons given on Hardware only
Cigars, Tobacco, eto,
Printers and Publishers.
Central Hotel
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 $i a day.   Monthly rate.
Best brands 01 Wines, Liquorsand Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
YOUNG,        -        -       Proprietor
New  Management)
Prop.,   REVEL8TOKE,
B.  0
First-clas accommodation (or travellers.
Host brands of Wines, Spirits, and
RATES  »1  AND  $150  PER  DAY
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.  B.  WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Memoera ol bo.b iciti wlab le ticking! Oarda, Bend J5 ceuta lo Join tnd
receive IS lancy. l.au.li,....u, imporlod
Poat ('ar.li anil yniir dii.ii entered on
Hit. to H ln
Haddon Bids;.,
1 ■;
Important Work to be Discussed
at New Westminster.
Programmes lor the fourth annua,
convention ol the British Columbia
Association of School Trustees are
being widely distributed calling atten
tion to tbe agenda ol 'the meetings to
be held in New Westminster from
September 31 to October 3, Every
school trustee within the province is
an ex officio member ol tbis convention, aud sessions will be held in Ihe
morning, alternoon and evening each
day ol the convention. Among the
subjects to be diBcusied are the centralisation ol schools, a Government
allowance to rural schools for libraries,
the necessity of private schools submitting yearly or oftener tbe attendance ol pupils on iheir rolls, tbe providing of Hags for all rural schools,
the necessity ol a thorough and systematic examination of all publio
sohool teachers and children, recipro-.
procity between the provinces ia the
matter of public school teachers;
unilor.n qualifications ol teachers
throughout Canada; universal text
books; tbe cheapening ol text books
and government right cf same; the
teaching ol sell-government and civice
in schools; sanitary and hygienic
conditions in public schools; tbe increase ol grants to smaller municipalities; teaching ol iodustrial and
agricultural rather than purely mercantile subjects in public schools: tbe
increase oi efficiency of rural schools
Among those who will discuss technical subjects st the convention srs
Dr, Scott, city school superintendent
ol Calgary, Dr. J. C. Fagan and Rev.
Dr. Fraser, while addresses will be
given on Tuesday, Oct. 1st, by Premier
McBride, Hon. Dr. Young, Rev. Dr.
Henderson and Mr. A. Robinson,
Superintendent ol Education. The
relation ol the Oovernment toward
the proposals of the Convention will
be discussed at tbis meeting.
New officers will be elected and
arrangements mode for the next
convention which will, in all probability be held in Revelsloke.
Delegates Irom almost every section
of ths province will be sent and' the
work of the convention will be of a
most important nature. Special reduced rales on railroads bave been
arranged and those governing attendance at Ibe exhibition held at the
same time as the exhibition will easily
ensble evsry rural and other Board to
have representation. Ths sessions do
not interfere with the exhibition.
James1 Evans
Deslers in Beef, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and Game in
H. ason. Orders promptly attended to.
FirstSt. Revelstoke
In the matter of Archibald Squair,
In Ihe milter of the "Official Adinin-
is.r.ttur's Act,"
TAKE NOTICE l.y order of His
Honor J. A. Pot-ill, made the 15th day
of August, 1IKJ7. I was appointed
administrator nf the estate of said
Archibald Brechin Sqi.air, deceased,
and all parties having claims against
the said estate are hereby requited to
furnish same properly verilied tn me
un ur before the 1st. day of October,
1807. And all parties indebted to said
estate are required to pay lhe amount
of their indebtedness tn n.u forthwith.
Official Administrator.
Dated the 27th day uf Angus., 1907.
Cariboo Land Dislrict,
Dislrict of Cariboo.
Take notice that Donald Mcintosh of
Revelstoke, B. C, prospector, intends to
apply for permission lo purchase Ihe following described land:
Commencing at a post planted about i J
miles above Blue River, marked "D. Mclnlosh's S. E. corner," thence norlh no
chains, Ihence west 40 chains, thence
sou.h .20 chains, Ihence east 40 chains lo
point of commencemeni, containing 480
acres more or less,
Dated July 31 st, 1907,
wed aug ji D. McINTOSH,
Cariboo Lund District.
District of Cariboo.
Take Notice Hint H: McMahon, of
Revelsloke, B. Oi, intends to apply fur
a special liiulier license ovei the following descrihed land:
20. Commencing at a pnst planted
all he Forks uf Albreda Kiver, North
Thompson, marked "H. McMahon's
S.W. Corner," tbence east 80 chains,
lbence suuth 80 chains, ihence west 80
chains; theuce nurth 80 chains to pninl
of coi.imenceuit.it, containing 610
acres mure or less,
Dated April lllth, 1907.
H. McMahon,
Wett Kootenay Und Diatrict. District ot Rev-
eltttkt, EC. Tiki notice thtt Bupnt WUlltm
Haueli, ol Rtvtlatokt, B.C., occupation Insurance A|«il, iotto.li to ipplj (or peimltilon to
purchiee the Iollowl,.| dtwribed luid.-Uom-
uiiociut it 1 p .it planted oo tht western al.ore o!
I'pper Arrow Uke, at llannock Point, tnd marked "il. W. Uiggeo'a aouUi-eiat corner poat,"
aituatt about 10chaina Irom tht aouthtru titreia-
it; of Bannock Point, thenct north .0 ehalaa to
tht aouthtra boundary ol Utotm Bovd't pre-emption, thenn weitoU Cain, to tbt tltttrn bound.
u, il Lot 8.1, thenct touth M chain to tht then
tl Upper Arrow Ltkt, thence tut folio wtUf Uu
thon ot UUM Airtw Uke lo »Uci ol commencement, couulni an arm ol 180 tcrea, molt or lot.
D.teaJulrtwh,uw. HupertWlllUmiHaaeii.
John McClary, Formerly Ovyner
of Small Tinshop, now head
Of Large Concern.
To very lew men it Ihe privilege
given of witnessing such s celebrstion
at that el which Mr. John McClary, ol
London, was the centre during the
week that ended on July 13th. For
during that week a series o! splendid
jubilations marked what was the sixtieth anniversary of the McClary
Manufacturing Company,
This sixtieth anniversary is noteworthy, not ouly because it relates to
the largest concern of its kind under
the British flag, but because it has
thrust before Ihe attention ol the
people ot Canada a man whose achievements make him one ol the very
greatest captains ol industry tbis
country has yet produced.
To John McClary the past sixty
years has meant a change Irom the
oontrol ol a small tinshop to the
possession ol tl.e lsrgsst establishment
ol its kind in Canada. The Company1!
plant in London now eovers two en.
prmous blocks ol land, while there are
also important eitabliibmenti in
Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver, Hamilton and St. John. Over
1,300 employees sre on the Company's
pay rolls, nl whqm over ssven hundred
are married men, supporting homes,
More than $600,000 is paid in wages
annually. These are a lew figures
which will give the reader an impression ol the site ol the plsnt ss it is st
present and ol its importance .to tbe
Mr. McClaiy has always been, and
is still the guiding bead ol this tremendous business. Ue remains even
at his present age a man of remarkable
ability, sparing no money or'pains to
attain an end that bis judgment told
him could be won. Thit is well illustrated in the magnificent advertising
campaigns this Compsny has entered
into in all the Canadian papers, which
bave made the McClary products
known in all tbe homes Iron, ocean to
Though the .McClary Company It
Mr. McClary's first care, it is not the
only suocoiiful oon pany that lharei
in the benelit ol hit butineit toumen
tnd experience, lle ii also President
rI the London Liig Insurance Com
pany, snd the Ontario Ia.au and Pet
benture Company, and a Director ol
the London A Western Trims Com
In the Matter of Duncan McEachren
TAKE NOTICE tbat by order ol
His Honor J. A. Forin, made on tbe
2tiih day of August, 1807, J was appointed Administrator of the estate
of said Duncan MoEachren, deceased,
and all psrties hsving claims against
the said estate are hereby required to
furniih same properly verilied to me
on or belore the lit. day of October,
And alt partiei indebted to laid
estate are required to pay the amount
of their indebtedness to me forthwith.
Official Administrator,
Dated thit 31st day of Aug., 1907.
In the matter nf James Crawfn.d,
In the matter of the "Official Administrator's Act."
TAKE NOTICE lhat by order of
His Honor J, A. Forin, made on the
16th day of Augusl, 1907, I was ap.
poiiitedadniinisir.iloiof.be estate of
said James Crawfn.d, deceased, ami
all parlies having claims against the
said estate are hereby required to
furnish same properly verified to me
on or before the 1st. day of October,
1907. And all parlies indebted to laid
.-state are hereby required to pay the
amount uf their indebtedness to me
Official Administrator.
Dated Ihe H7lh day of August, 1907
llev.-ls.ok,. Lllllll I),-l.i...
District of Weel Kooleuay.
Take N.u ue in.. I. Uh-trles L.
Hyde, of ReVi'lstoU, B I.'.,... copal ion
Timber Oi-iiIm r, I... ends tu apply for a
special licence i,. cm tin.l.er on the
fulluwing descrihed laud .
1 Commencing at post planled aliout
3 miles up Ihe norlh-easl fork of Uoldstream, marked '• Chas. L. Hyde's
N. W. Corner Posl," thence south 80
chuius, thenceeast 80 chains, thence
norlli 80 chains, tbeuce wesl 80 chains
to pointof commencement, and con-
tuiuingOlOacres, more or less,
Dated August Sib, 1907.
2. Commencing at a post planted
nbout 3 miles up I he north-east fork of
Coldstream, ..ml .narked "Chas, L.
Hyde's N. E. Corner Post," thence
south 80chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence norlh 80 cnains, thence easl 80
chains to puint of commencement, and
containing 840acres more or less.
Dated August 8ib. 1907.
3. Commencing at a post planted
3and a half miles up the north fork of
.ii.ldsirea.n, and' 1 mile west of the
north fork, marked "Chat. L. Hyde's
N. W. Corner Post," tlience east 80
chains, ihence south 80 chains, thence
west 80chains, theme imi'th 80 chains
tn puiut nf commencement, nnd cnn
tabling 610 acres,- mure or less.
Dated August 9th, 1907.
4. Commencing at a post planted
about 3 and a half miles up the north
fork of Goldstream and ahoul. 1 mile
wesluf ihe north fork, marked "Chas.
L. Hyde's North-easl Cornei Pnst,"
thencesouth lOOchains, theuce west
40 chains, thence nnrth 100 chains,
thence east 40 chains to point nf commencement, and containing 640 acres,
mure ur less,
Dated August Uth, 1907.
5. Commencing at a post planted
about 3 and a half miles up lhe north
fork of GoldstreH.n and about 1 mile
.vest of the north fork marked "Chas.
L. Hyde's S.E. Corner Post," Ihence
nnrlh 160 chains, thence west 40 chains,
thence south 160 chains tbence east 40
chains to point of cummencement, and
containing 640 acres, more ur less.
Dated August 9th, 1907,
6. Cummencing ut a pust planted
about 1 mile up Gamp Creek and about
half a mile east of creek, Camp Creek
being a tributary nf Goltlslream,
marked "Chas. L. Hyde's S. W.
Curlier," thence nurth 80 chains,
Iheneeeast SOchains, thenre south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains tn the
point of cummencement, and containing 010 acres, more ur less.
Dated August 12th, 1907.
7 Commencing at a post planted aboul
half 11 mile frum Columbia River and
ahout 10 chains south of Downie
Creek, marked " Chits. L. Hyde's
S. W. Corner," thence north 60 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence nnrth 40
cbnins. Iheuce eusl. 40 chains, thence
Bouth lOOchains, thence west 80 chains
tn pnint nf (iiiiuurncement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
Daled August 13ih, 1907.
wedaugSl Chas, L. Hyde,
Rertlitoke Land Diatrict.
District of Wett Kootentjr.
Take e tnat Andrew Kitson, of
Revelstouc, B. C, miner, intends to
apply fur a special timber license over
the following described lands :
1. Commencing at a post planted
one qnartei mile aliove the north fork
of Fiat Creek, on the norlh hank, and
markeu "Andrew Kilson's 8. E. Cornel1," Ihence north 40 chains, thence
west 160chaius, thence south 40chains,
tbence east 160 chaini to point of
commencement, and containing 040
acres more or less.
Dated August 20th, 1907.
2. Commencing ata post planted
one quarter mile above the norlh fork
uf Flat Oreek nn the nortn bank and
iiiiii ked "Andrew Kilson's S. W. Corner," theuce north 80 chains; thence
east 80 rhuinsi lbence south 811 chainB,
thence west 80 chains, tu point of
commencemeni and containing 640
acres more or less.
Dated August 20th, 1907.
3. Commencing at a pnst planted
about one mile and three-quarters
helow the north fork of Flat Creek, on
the north liank, and marked "Andrew
Kilson's S.W. Corner," thence north
80chains; Ihence east 40 chains, ihence
smith 40 chains, theuce east 40 chains,
thence south 80clmins, thence west 40
chains, tbence north lOchains, thence
west 40cbaius to point uf commencement and conlaining 640 acres more or
Dated August 20th, 1907.
Ankhew Kitson,
Revelstoke Land District.
District nf West Koutenny.
Take notice that 1, Robert Sim, nf
Revelstoke, B. C„ occupation, Lnm
bernii.li, intends to apply for a special
timber licence over the followh.s described lauds:
Cummencing at a pust planled aonut
20 chains from the southwest corner uf
Timber Limit 1682 and 10127, and about
2chainswett of the west boundary
and niarked "Robert Sim's N. E. Corner Pust," running west 80 chains,
thence suulh SOchains, thence east 80
chains, thence north 80 chuius to place
of beginning, cuntaining 610 acres
mors or less.
Dated this Slh day ut A ..just 1907.
Robert Sim.
Cariboo Land Dislrict.
Dislricl of Cariboo,
Take nolice Ibat Harry Sawyer of Rev.
e|stoke, B.C., millman, intends to apply
for permission to purchaie the lollowing
described lands.
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile above Blue River, and marked
"H. Sawyer's N, W. corner," thence east
8o chains, thence south So chains, Ihence
west 8o chains, thence north 8o chains to
point ol commencement, containing 640
acres more or less,
Dated July 30th, .907.
wed ag 2.   Per Donald Mcintosh, Agent,
In the matter of an application for the
issue of a duplicate of the certificate
of title for Lot 12, Block 18, in the
town of Revelstoke.
NOTICE Is hereby given tbat It is
my intention to Issue at the expiration
of one month from the first publication
hereof, a duplicate nf the certificate of
title for the above lot In the name of
Huron ll.illi.gu.ird, which certificate is
dated tl.e llth day of January 1901,
and numbered IIMIk. and |o*ilk.
Und Registry Office, Nelson, B. C„
91 h Neptomber. 1907.
H. F, Ma.'Lb.I),
Dlttritl Iteglttrar,
In the nmtlei  of  William J. Elliot
In the matter of the 'Official Administrator's Act."
TAKE NOTICE lhat by ordei of
His Honor J. A. Forin, mode or, the
16th day of August, 1907, I was appointed administrator of the eslate uf
said Willi .111 J. Elliott, deceased, and
all parties having claims against the
said estate are hereby required tu
furnish same properly verilied to-uie
on or before the 1st. day of October,
1907. And all parties indebted to said
estate are hereby required lo pay the
amount of their indebtedness to me
Official Administrator.
Dated the 27th day of August, 1907
IlevclKoke Und Diatrict.
District of Wtst Koouinir.
Take nolice tlmt we, Uml.-Wil*on Lumber
Ca, Ltd, ol Arrowhead, occupation Mlllown-
era, Intend to apply (or pcrmltelon to purrhiie
Ilu. (ollowlng described land:
Sl'omn.oncfoK it a poat plnnted it tht 8. E
.rntrol ltalph Slmpion'i ippiloitlon, Otlent
»r. thonce nortb w chain., thenoe eut III
ohalna, Ihenee norlh S3 chalna, thence eul SU
chalna, tbence aoutl, 20 chalna more or low to
UbIcui Bay. tlrei.ee touLhweHcrlg. ilona north
«h..roof Oalena Itay to point ol commencement.
Hated Slrd July, HW.
Lams-Wmson U-nbuCo.,, Ltd.,
wsdaoil a a N. Wllkit, Af ssU
Lillooel La...! Di-llct.
Dislrict .,1 Lillooel.
Take nm iiv i hnl A..drew Kilson, of
Bevelaluke, B. C, Miner, intends In
npplv fori. sp.Minl li.nl.er license over
iln- fullo.vl.igdescribed lands;
1. Coinnieiiciiig .it a posl planted
ci i lhe east hunk of the uorlh forkol
Seymour River, ahoul 11 miles almve
ihef.uk of the same and about 31
miles up from Shuswap Lake, and
inarked "Andrew Kilson's H. \V. Corner," lbence north 160 chains, ihence
easl 40 chains, thence south lOOchains,
thence west 40 chains It. point of commencement, and containing 640 acres
moreor less.
•Dated July 31st, 1907.
2. Commencing al a post planted
on theeast bankof the norlli forkof
Seymour Kiver about lj iniles nlmve
the fork of the same and about 31
miles   up fimn  Shuswup. Lake  and
marked "Andrew Kilson's S. E. Corner," tlience north 160 chains, thence
west 40 ehnins,  thence    south    160
chains, thenceeast 40 chains to point
of......me.ne.....nt.md conlaining 640
acres moie or less.
Dated July 31s., 1907.
3. Co...men. ing at a post planted
on the east hank ot Ihe north fnrk of
Seymour River, about 4J miles nlmve
Ihe fork ot Ihe same and abuut 34
miles above Shuswup Lake, nud
marked "Audiew Kitsun's N.W. Corner," thence smith 80 chains, theme
east 80 ehuins, thence nurth 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains lu point of commencement and conlaining 010 acres
mure or less.
Dated July 31st, 1907.
4. Coinnieiiciiig ut a pnst planted
un the east bank uf lhe north fork of
Seymour River, about 4J miles above
the forks of lhe same and about 34
miles up from Shuswap Lake, and
marked "Andrew Kilson's S.W. Corner, Ihence north 80 chains, theme
east 80 chains, thetice somh 80 chains)
Ihence west 80 chuius to poinl of coin-
mencenient and containing 640 acres
more ur less.
Dated July31st, 1907.
5. Commencing at a post planted
un the eosl hunk of the north fork of
Seymour River, about nne half mile
helow the fork of the sume, and ahoul
29 miles up from Shuswap Lake and
niarked "Andrew Kitson s 6. E. Corner," thence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, Ihence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement and containing 640 acres
more or less,   ,
Dated Augusl 3rd, 1907.
6. Commencing at a posl planted on
the east hunk of the north fork of Seymour River, nliout one half mile below
the fork of the same nnd about 20
miles above Shuawap Lake, and
marked "Andrew Kitson's N. E. Cor
ner," thence south 40 chains, tnence
wesi lOOchains, thence uurth 40 chains,
ihence ease 160 chains lo pnint ol commencement nud cuntaining 640 acres
inoreor less.
Dated August 3rd, 1907.
7. Cummencing nl a pnst planted
on lhe west hank nf the north fork of
Seymour River, about three miles
below the fork of the same and aboul
miles above Shuswap Luke and
marked ''Andre- Kitson s S, E. Corner," thence north 80 chains, Ihence
west80 chains, Ihence south 80chains,
thence east80 chains, In point of com-
ii.encement and coulaiuing 610 acres
...ore ur less.
Dated August 3rd, 1908,
8. Commencing at a post planted
on lhs west bank of the north fork of
Seymour River, about 24 and a half
mites above Shuswap Lake, and
maiked "Andrew Ki son's S. E, Corner," Ihence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thenceeast 80 ehuins, to poinl of commencement and containing 640 acres
more or less,
Daled August 3rd, 1907.
9. Commencing al a poat planted
about one mile east uf the nortb furk
of Seymour River, on a tiibutary of
the same ahoul 21 miles up from
Shuswap Lake and marked "Andrew
Kitsun's S.W. Curuer," thence north
40 chains, thence east 160 chains,
thence south 40 chains, thence west
lOOchains to point of commencement,
■mil containing 640 acres mure or less.
Dated August 6th, 11.07.
10. Commencing at a pnst plunle.1
about one mile east of tbe north fork
of Seymour River, on a tributary nf
the same, about 21 miles up from
Shuswup Luke, aud marked "Andrew
Kilson's N.W. Corner," thence south
40 chains, thence east 160 chains.
Ihence nnrlh 40 chains, thence west
lOOchains topoint of commencemen.,
and cuntaining 040 ncres more or less,
Dated August 6th, 1807.
weduug31 Andrew Kitson.
In the matter ot Lewis Eyra Sleeves,
In the matter of the "Official Admin.
tstrator's Act,"
TAKE NOTICE that hy order of
His Aonor J. A. Fotin, made the 15th
day of August, 1907,1 was appointed
Administrator of Lewis Eyra Steeves,
deceased, and all parties having claims
against Ihe suid estate are hereby
required to furnish name properly verb
fledlo me on or before the 1st. day of
October, 1907. And all parties Indebted
to said estate are required tu pay the
amount of indebtedness to ius .'orth
Official Administrator.
Dated the 97th day of August, 1907.
In the matter of William Thomas,
In the matter of the Official Ad.nii.is.
trator's Act."
TAKE NOTICE tbat by order of
His Honor J, A. Forin made tbe 16th
day ot August, 1907, I was appointed
administrator of the estate of said
William Thnmas, deceased, and all
partiei having claims ugninst the laid
estate are herehy required to furnish
same properly verified to me on or
before the Isl. day of October, 1907,
And all parties Indebted to said estate
are required to pay the amount of
their indebtedness to me forthwith,
Official Administrator,
Datedthe 27th day of Aug, 1907,
Anypenon or persona lound cutting or cir
rjlpj i wav timlier of the Comipllx townsite,
wl.bou. iH.rmlaal.in Irom tbt owner Hon.
Hewitt Boalock, oi hla meut chlel Vounj,
will be prooeouied woordliiii to ltw.
IUted Ibis 10th diy ol A uuu..., MU7.
raritinn "mid District,
District nf Caribou.
Tnke notice that Walter Stelnhoff,oi(iolden.
II, li„o un)»'tion, (Timer, Intends to Apply (or
a special timber license over the following
iic.ii rlhed lands:
1. Commeneing At a \mt planted on right
bankof Little Brooky uiver; ahout an, yards
from its mouth, marked "Walter Stein huff's
8 E Corner Ymi," Ihenee west ho chains,
tbence nnrlh 80 clialuH, thence eaat 80 ohaina,
tlience sonth 80 ehains to point ot cominenee-
ment containing 640 acres moreor less.
% rommenciiift at apost planted on tbe
right bank oi the south fork of tbe Fraser
rher, nbout ^ mile irom the mouth of the
Little Smoky Kiver, marked "Walter Steluhofl's
8. W, Corner Post," thenee norlh 80 chains,
ihence east 80 chains, thencesouth 80 chains,
tbence west 80 cbaina to the Hnt of commencement, aud containing 610 aores moreor
3, Commeneing at a post planted on the
left bank of the soutb fork of tlie Frazer river,
about half a mile above the moulh of the
Little Smoky river, marked "Walter stelnboff's
8 If, Comer Post," Ihence north 40 ohains,
thenco west 100 chains, tbence soutb 40chainB,
thence east 160 chains to tho point of commencement, and containing Mn acres more or
4, Commeneing at a post planted on the left
bankof the south fork of tbo Fraser River,
about half a mile above the mouth of tbe
Lltt'eKmoky river, marked -'Walter t-telnhoff's
North-en**-1 corner posl," thence south 40 chains,
Ihence west lOOchains, thenee north40chains,
thence east 160 chnlns, to the point ol commencement, and containing 640 acres more or
6, Commencing al a post planted on the
right bank of tbe south fork of tba Fraser
river, about 1] miles aliove the mouth of the
Little smoky Kiver, marked "Walter Stein-
heff's N.W. Corner 1'ost" lbence south 160
ehains, tbenee east 40 chains, theuce nortb 160
chains, ihence west 40 chains, to tbe point of
commencement and containing 640 acres more
or less.
8 Commencingat a post planted on tbe
right bank of tlie south fork of the Fraser
river, about Ui miles above the moutb of the
Little Smoky Hi ver, marked" Walter Steinhoff's
s VI, Corner I'oat" tbence east 60 chains,
thence north 80 chains, tneuce west) ao ohains
tbenoe soutb 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated August 2nd. 1007.
7 Commencing at a post planted on tbe right
bank of the Little Smoky Hlver, about one
mile from its mouth, marked "Walter Stein-
noire 8 K corner post," theuce west 100 chain*,
thence north (0 chaina, thenco east 160 chains,
thence south 40 chaina to point of commencement nnd containing tiiO acres, more or lew.
8 Commencing at a post planted on the left
bank of the Little Smoky Hlver, about one
mile above its mouth, uiarked 'Walter Stein-
hoffs 8 W corner post," thence east 160 clutiuH,
thenco north 40 cbaina, thence west, Uio chains,
tbenoe south 40 chains to point of connnenceinent, and containing 610 acres, more or less,
9 Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of tho Little Smoky River, about one and
one-half miles above im moulh marked "Walter
StOinhofTs S K corner post," thenre west 163
ohains, thenco north 40 ehains, thence oaat 160
chains, thence south 40 chaina to point of commencement and containing WO acres, more or
' 88.
10 Commencingat a post planted on the left
bank of thu Little Smoky River, about one and
one half milea above its mouth, markod "Walter
Stein ho IPs s W corner posl," thence east 180
ohalna, ihence north 40 chains, thenoe weat 160
chains, thence south 40 chains to polut of com
menoement and containing 640 acres more or
11 Commencing at a post planted on tho loft
bankof the Littlo Smoky Itiver, about two
milea from its mouth, niarked "Walter Stein-
hon's S W corner post,'' thence oast 80 chains,
thonce north 80 chains, thence weat 80 chains,
thence south 80 chaina to point of commencement aud containing 610 aores, more orless,
12 Commencing at a poat planted on the left
bankof the Littlo Smoky -Hlver, about two
milc» from its mouth, marked "Walter Stein-
holt" s S ti corner post, thence west 80 chains,
thence norlh 80 chains, thenoe eaat 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of oommenoement and containiug 610 acres, more or leas.
13 Commencing at a poet planted on the loft
bank of the Little Smoky River, about three
miles from it* mouth, marked "Walter Stein-
hott's S W eorner post," thence cast 160 chains,
thenoe north 40 ohaius, thence west 160 ohains,
thenoe south 40 ohains to point of commencement and containing 640 aores, more or less.
14 Commencing at a poet planted on the right
bank of the Little Smoky Itiver, about three
miles trom its mouth, marked "Walter Stein-
hofTaaii corner post/ Uience west 100 chains,
theoce north 40 ehains, theuce east 160 ohaini,
theuce aoutb 40 chains to point of commence*
ment and containiug 610 acres, more or less.
16 Commonolng at a post plantod on tbe left
bank of thu Little Smoky itiver, about three
and one-halt milea from its mouth, marked
"Walter Steinhoff's S W corner post," ibenco
east 160 ehains, thence north lo ohains, tbenoe
west 100 ohains, thence south 40 chains to point
of commencement and containing 640 acres,
more or Jess.
Dated August 6th, 1907.
10. Commencing at a post plauted on the
right bank oi the Little smoky Kiver, about
aj.j miles i.uui ita mouth, marked "Walter
bieiubuff'sS, J(, Corner Fust," thunce west 16u
chaius, iheuce uorth m chains, ibeuce east ltio
chains, thence south 4u chains tothe point of
commencement aud containing 640 acres more
or less.
17 Commencing at a post planted on tbe right
bank ol tbe Little smoky Kiver, about lour
miles Irom its mouth, marked "Waiter Stein-
huff's 6, K. Corner Posi," theuce well 80 chaius
tlienee norm bO chains, |Uience east 80 chains,
theuce suuth nu chaius to the poinl oi commencement aud coutaiuiug 840 acres moreur
IH Commeueiug at a pust planted uu the le.t
bauk oi me Little biaoky R;iyer, ahum, h miles
above lis moutli, marked -rtaner Jtowuuif's
ti. ii. Coruer rust," ibeuce uorth tu uuaius,
tneuce west t*i ehalus, tneuce suuth ou chaius,
thence east 80 chains io me point of commencement aud couiuiuiugtUu acres moreor
19, Cummeuciug at a post planted on the
lefl bauk of the Little Smuky Kiver, about 5
miles irom its mouth, markeu "Walter Stein*
huff's Stt curuer posl," iheuce nortn 60 chaius,
iheuce east 80 chains, theuce suulh 60 uhaius,
thenee west 80 chaiua to the puiut uf cum-
meucemeut anil oontaining 640 acres more or
•Hi. Commencing at a post planted, ou Ihe
lelt bauk ol the Lutle Smoky Kiver, about b
miles from its inuiiih, marked "Wallet hleln-
hoffs.N.W. turner Poat," thence south 8u
ohains, theuoe east tie cbaius, theuce north bu
chaius, tneuce west mj cbaius tu lhe pulut ol
comuieuuemeut aud coutaiuiug 64oacres more
or less.
21, Commencing at a post planlcd on tbe
left bank of the Utile ^moky River, about six
miles from its mouth, marked " Walter stein"
huff's ti W Corner 1'oit," t'lenoe norlh80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, tbence south 80 ebalus
thence west 8o chains to point of commencement, and contaiuiug 649 acres moreor less.
baled August8tb, KI07,
12. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the Little Smoky river, about7 miles from
Its muuth, marked "Walter StelnbofTi 14 W
oorner pust," thence south St) cha In ■*, tlience east 80
chains, thence nurth 84 chains, thence west 80
ohains tothe point of commencement and containing 640 acres, more or less,
£9, Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of tlm Little Smoky river, about 7 miles from
IU moutb, markeil "Walter HtelnliofTs s W
corner post." theuce north 80 chains, thenct east
SOchains, tnence south80chains, thence west 80
chains *U> the point of commencement and containing 640 acres, more or leu.
24, Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the Little Smoky river, alwut 8 mllen from
IU mouth, marked "Walter Stelnhoiri N W
corner post," tlienee south 80 chains, tlience east
80 ohains, tlience north 80 chaini, thence west 80
chains to Ihe point of commencement and ccn-
taining 640 acres, more or less.
16, Commencing at a post planted on tbe right
bank of the Little Smoky rivor, about 8 miles from
IU mouth, marked 'Walter Steinhoff's S W
corner post,''thence north 80 chains, thence east
80 ehaiiiH, thence south 80 chains, tbenoe west H
chains to the point of commencement and conlaining (HO acres, more tr less.
DaUd August 9th, 1907:
26. Commencing at a post planted on the right
Imnk of the Little Smoky river, about 9 miles from
iU month, marked " Walter Htulnhuff'n N W
cornor pnst," tiience snutli 80 chains, thence east
80 cbalm*, thence north 80 chains, thenoe wost 80
chains to the point of commencement and containing 640 acres, more or less.
27. Commencing at a post planted en the right
Innk of I he Little Smuky river, alwut 9 mllea from
IU mouth, markeil " Walter stoiiihotfa K W
corner post," thence north 80 chains, thenee eait
HOehalnn, tnence sontli 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to the point of commencement and containing 610 acres, more ur less.
fi). Commencing at a pust planted on the right
bank of < Iio east fork of the Little smoky river,
alwut one-eighth mile above the forks, mnrked
"WalUrSUInhoffsNW eorner post."thence south
80 chains, thenre oast 80 chains, tnence north So
chains, tl won west 90 chains to the point of com-
meiiceim nt and containing 640 acres, more or less,
29, Commencing at a pust planted on the right
bank of the east fork of the Little Hraoky river
ulmut turn eight mile above the forks, marked
"Walter NUlnhotPi 8 W oornor post," thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 cnains. thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to ihe point
iifcnmmi ncemeiit and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
SO. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the east fork of the Llltle smoky river,
about one and one-uighth miles from the forks,
marked"WalterSteinlmil's N W corner poit,"
Ihi-iH-. Hi'iithH'i chains, thence east Mj chains,
thence imrth mj :hains, ihence *cat -" chains to
Uie pniutof coiiiin«ni,t*meiit and oontaining 6m
acres, more or less.
81. Commencing at a po-t planted mi (be right
hank of the east fork of tbe Little Smoky river
about one and one-eight miles from its forka,
innrkeil "Walter Steinhoff's S W corner oust,"
them-u north 80 chain,-., thence east 80chains,
thence south 80 chains, thenca west 80 chainu to
the point of coinmencement and containing 640
acres, more or less,
32. Coniiuencing at a poat planted on the right
bank of the east fork of the Little Smoky river
about a Milli-* frmn its fork*, marked "Walter
Steinholfs N W comer post," thence south 40
chains, theuce east 160 chains, thence north 40
chains, theuce west 160 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 610 acres, more or
33. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the east fork of the Little Smoky river
about t miles from its forks, marked "Walter
Steinhoff's 3 W corner post," thence north 40
chains, thenee oast 160 elc im, thence south 40
chains, thence west 160 chains to the point of
enmmencement and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Dated August 10th, 1907.
34. Commencing at a post planted un the right
bank of the east fork of the Little Smoky river
about ity miles from its forks, marked 'Walter
SLeiiihotTs N W corner post," thence south 160
chains, thence east 40 cnains, thenco north 160
t'h-iins, thence west 40 chains to the point of cummencement and containing 640 acres, moie or less.
36. Commencing st a post planted on lhe right
bank of the east fork of ilie Little Saioky river
about ixA miles from its forks, marked "Waller
St-iiuhotf'aS W corner post," tnence north 80
chains, thenoe east 60 chains, then.-e south 80
chains, thence west 611 chains to the point of commencement and cuntaining 640 acres, mure or leas.
36. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the east fork of the Little Smoky river
alwut 4!i miles above its forks, marked "Walter
Stetnhotfs N K corner post," thence south 160
chains, thence west 40 chains, theuce north 160
ilialna, thence east 40 chains to tbe point of commencement and containing 610 acres, more or less.
Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the east furk uf the Little Smoky river
alwut ,il, miles frum iU forks, marked "Walter
SteinhoO's S W corner post"' thence north bu
chains, tlience east 80 chains, thence south en
'haius, thence wost 80 chains to the point of commencement and containing 640 acres, more or less,
_ Commoncing at a post planted on tbe right
bank of the east fork of the Little Smoky river
about b% miles from Us forks, marked "Walter
Stuinhoffs N W corner post,'' thenct east 80
cliains, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chillis, thence north 80 chains tu the point of commencement and containing 640 acios, more or less,
Dated August 12th, 1907,
39. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the east fork of the Little Smoky river
about il! i miles from its forks, inarked ' Walter
Steinhoff's S W corner post," tbence nurth 60
chains, thence east SOchains, tbence south80
chains, thence west 80 chains to the point of ceui<
moncement and containing 640 acres, more orless,
40. Commencing at a post planted on the right
hank of the east tork of the Llltle Smoky river
about UJ iniles from iU forks, marked 'Walter
steinholfs N W corner post," thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
cliains thence north 80 chains to the point of commencement and cuntaining 640 acres more or less,
Dated August luth, 1907.
41. Commencing at a post planted on the right
liank uf the east fork of tbe Little Smoky river
iiiiout7jjiiiiles from ils forks, marked "Walter
Steinnolt s N W corner post," thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence uortb 80 chains to the puint of commencement and containing 640 acres, more or less,
42. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of tlie east fork of the Little Smoky river
about 7 l-SJinile** from Its forks, marked "Walter
Steinhoff's S W corner post," thence nortb |0
chains.thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to the point of commencement and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated August Uth. 1907,
43. Commencing at a post plauted on tbe
right bank of the eut fork of tbe Little
Smoky Kiver, about 8lj miles from Its forks,
marked "Walter Steluuoff's n W Corner Tost,"
tlienee east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
ihenee west 89 ohains, thence north 80 ct.ttus,
to the point of commencement and conlaining
040 acres more or less,
44. Commencing at a poet planted on tbo
right bauk of the east fork of the Little Smoky
Kiver, about 8>{ miles above its forks, marked
" Waller Steinhoff's ti W Corner Post," tbence
north 80 chaius, thence east 80 chains, tbence
south 80 chalas, tlience west 8u chains to tbe
point of commencement and containing 640
acres more or loss.
Dated August loth, 1907,
45. Commonolng at a post planted on tbe
right bank of tbe east fork of the Little Smoky
Kiver, about tt% miles above its forks, marked
'• Walter titeinUotf'i N W Coruer 1'ost," theace
east 80 chainB, thence south 80 chains, theace
west tw chains, tbeuce uurth 80 ohaini to tbe
poiat of commencement, and containing 640
aores more or le**.
48. Commencing at a post planted on tbe
right bank of the eut fork of tbe Little Smoky
tiver, about nlue aud a half miles from Us
forks, marked "Walter Steinhoff's ti W corner
Post," theuce nortli 89 ohalni, thenee tut 90
chains, thence south so ohaias. theuce west 10
cbaius to the point ol commencement and
coutaiuiug 64o acres more or leu.
Dated August ltftb, 1907.
47. Commencingita post planled on the
right bank of the east lork of the Little Smoky
Kiver, about ten and a half miles from lis
lorks, marked-WalterSteluhoff's N W Corner
Fust," thence eut 80 chains, thenci south 80
ehalus, tbeuce west 80 chains, thenee north »o
cbaius to tbe point of commeucemeut and
contaiuiug OtO acres more or leu,
48. Commencing at a post planted on the
right bank of ihe eut fork of the Little Smoky
uiver, about ten aud a hall miles above its
lurks, marked-Walter steiuhoff's BW Corner
Fust," theuce norili-So chains, iheuce eut 60
cbaius, iheuce auuth SOchaius, theuce west so
cbaius, tu the poiut of commeucement and
coutaiuiug 61u acres L_oreorless,
49. Commonclug at a post plauted ou the
right bank of tbe eut fork oi tbe Littlo smuky
Kiver, about eleven and a half miles from Its
forks, marked 'Walter titeinhuff's SW Corner
1'ost," ibeuce norlli 80 cbaius, theuce eut so
I'bdlns, lbence south 80 chaius, tbeuce west 60
I'lmiiia to the -mini of commencemeni and cou
t tin nig 14.i iti-i'i'.- more or less.
Dated August 17th, l.o;.
60. ommenclng at a post planled on Ibe
right bank of tlie eaat lork uf the Little Smuky
'over, about eleveii and a half miles from Its
lu.ks marked".*alter Sieinbuff's N W Corner
1'oai," thence cast so chains, tbenco south 80
chuii|.v ihonce west 80 chains, iheuce nortu 80
chains iu um point of commeucemeut and con
taiulug irl'... res more or less.
61 Comuieuiingat a post plantod on the
right bauk of toe east lork ol tbe Little Smoky
Kiver about ttVviVu miles and a half from itn
forks, markud"WaUurtiieInhoff'i SW Corner
I'ust," inoucoeutso chains, tbenee south so
elinins, tbence west SO chains, tbeuce north 80
ohaius tu pointof commencement and coulaiuing 640 acres more or less,
,)i. Commenolng at a poet planted on the
right bank of tho cast fork of tbe Little Smuky
Uiver, about twelve and a half miles from lu
forks, marked "Waller Stelnhoff> 8 W Comer
Post, tbenco north 80 ohains, thenoe east 80
chains, thenco south 80 chains, tiience west 80
chalna lo the point of commencement, containiug 010acrua moreor leal,
Datud August 10th, 1907.
53 Commonclng at a poat plauted on the
right bank of the east fork of the Little Smoky
Itiver, ubout thirteen and a half miles from
tho forks, "marked Walter StolnhofTi N W
Corner 1'ost," thenoo cast 80 ohalni. thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north SOchaius lo the point of cummeoceiuent
and containing 640 acres moro or leiw,
64. Coinnieiiciiig at a post planted on tbe
right bank of tho out fork of the Little
Smoky Uiver, about thirteen and one half
milos from lu forka, marked "Walter
SuiiiihofTs 8 W Corner Post," tbenee north 80
chains, thenoe east 80 chains, theuoe soulh 80
chains, thenoo west 80 ohains to the point of
ootnmoticementandoontalulngtts acros, mora
DaM August 20th, 1907.
,ri6. Cummencing at a post planted on the right
hank of the eut fork of the Llttlt Smoky river
about UU miles from the forks, marked 'Walter
SUlnholra N W rorner post," thence tut SO
chains, thence south 80 chains, thenct west 80
i halns, Ihence nortb 80 chains to the point of commencement and containing Wl acres, mere or leu.
66. Commencing at i post planted tn tht right
bank of the eut fork of the Little Haioky river
alwut \\% miles from tht forks, marked "Walter
HteinholTsS W comer noit," thenoe north S0
chalns, thence eut 80 chains, thence uouth 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to the point of com-
meiicemnnt and cuntaining 640 acres, more oi less.
Dated August lUt, 1907.
57 Commencingat a post plantod on the
right liank of the north fork of tho Littlo
Smoky Kiver, about ono mllo from the forks,
marked "Waiter HleliiliofTs H K corner pout*,'
thonce north 160 ohains, thenco west to chains,
thenoe south IW ohains, thence eut 40 chaini
to point of commencement and containing 640
acres, more or lou.
58 Commenolng at a nost nlanted on the
right bank of the north fork of the Little
Smoky lllver, about one mile from the forki
marked "Walter BtelnhotrsSW oorner post,'
thenoe north IW chains, thonce eut 40 chains
thenoo south IW chains, thonce west 40 chainu
to point of commencement and containing 640
acres, more or lorn.
Dated August 23th, IW7.
B0 Commencingat a post plantod on the left
bankof tbo nortn fork of the Little Smoky
Hivor, almut three miles from the forks, marked
"Waller StolnhofTs SW eorner poeC'thcuot
north 81) ohains, thonoo eul W chains, thenoe
south 80 chains, thenoe west W chains topoint
of comnionoomont and oontaining 640 aorta,
morn or loaf,
W Commonolng ol a post planted on the left
bank of the north fork of tbe Little Smoky
River, about four mi.ee from the farkiunarked
"Waller Steiuhotfs S W corner pust, ihence
Bail 160 chains, theuce north 4o cuabil, thence
west 160 chains, ihence »outh 41 chaius o point
of commencement and containing OiCicres,
-»-. .™,.,,_,_-, tiicuvi; ii',i .ii   »v c. ».||- i-j j,u1iii
of coiiimenieuient and contaiuiug 640 acres,
more or less.
Dated August 21th, 19W.
by Alkx. LiTiMKa,
sat aep 21 Agt-ut.
or less.
Commencingal a poat planted on tliu left
of the nortli fork of iheLitd Smoky
. aboul four mile-, from Uie forks, marked
er.Steinholfs N W corner pott,"' Ihence
Iti1' chains, tlience south io chains tnence
100 chain-, thence north 40 elialm to point
Revelstoke Land District.
District of Wtst Kootonay.
Take ndict th-1 A. A- Bradley, of StvtUtokt,
B. C, occupation Miner, intends to apply for
special timber licenses over tht following detcritjtd
1. Commencing at a pott plantod oa the eut
side of Columbia river and out and a half milei
east of Columbia river and two and one half miles
north of Big Mouth Crttk, and markeil " K. A.
Bradley's V W. corntr post," running south sq
chains, tbenct tast 80 chains, tbence north 10
chains, thenct wtst 19 chains tu point of commencement.
2. Commencing at a post planted on tht easl
side of Columbia river and tast uf Columbia river
out and a half milts and twe and a half milei
north of Big Moulh Crtek, and marktd " K. A.
Bradley's s. W. coruer pusl," ruining north W
chains, thenct tut go chaiu, tbenct stuth H
chaiu, thenes west so chains to point of commencement-
Dated ibis 24th day of August, 1907.
3. Commencing at a poit planted on tht tut
side of Columbia rn tr and tut of Columbia rlvtr
one and a half miles and one mile south of Eight
Milt Creek, and marked "K. A. Bradley's N. JC.
orner post,'' running suuth iu chains, thtnet
west 80 chains, tbtnee north 8u cbalni, thence
eut 80 chains to point of couiuiencement.
4. Commencing at a post planted on tbe tut
side of Columbia nw and tut of Columbia river
one and a naif miles and one mile soutb of Klght
Mile Creek, and marked "M. A, Bradley's S. K.
corntr post,' running nurlb 60 chains thtnte wett
ou chains thenca suuth 8U chani, thtaet tut 10
chains to point of cummtBctmtnt.
6. Commencing at a post planted tn tbt tut
side of Columbia river :md tut of Columbia rlvtr
one and a half miles and one milt south of Kigbt
Mile Creek, and marstd "K. A Bradley's N. W.
corner post," ruuning south su chains, thenct tut
so chains, thence north 80 chains, thtnet we-u 80
chains to puintoj oommtoctmcat.
6. Com ment-ing at a poit planted nn tht tut
side uf Columbia rivtr and one aud a half mi 1st
tast uf Columbia river and ont milisouili of Kigbt
Mile Creek, ami marked " I. A. Bradley's s. W,
corner post," ruuning nurth go chaiu, thtnet tut
Bu chains, tbeuce south tW chains tbtnot wtst 19
chains to puinl of commencement.
Datod this27th day of August, 1W7.
7. Commencing at a poil plantod on ths wtst
sideof Columbia river and weat of the Columbia
river one hundred chains and thru milu south of
Maloney Creek, and marktd "K. a. Bradley s N.K.
corner post," runniug soutb Su chains, thtnet wtst
80 chains, thence north 90 chains, thence tut go
chains to point of cummencement.
Dated this 28th day of August, 1907.
s. Commencing at a post plantod on tbt wm4
sidtof Columbia river and one and a half milu
west of Columbia rivtr and ont milt ntitfa et
Uurne Cnek, and marked " K. A. Bradley's S. K.
curuer post," running norlh 80 chains, thtnet wtti
SOchains, tbence south90 cbaius, tbenct east 10
haius to poini of ctmmeoctmtnt.
9. Commencing at a pott plantod en tbt wtsl
sideof Columbia river and twu and a half milts
west uf Columbia river awl un* half milt north of
Home Creek, and marktd "iv A. Bradley's S. K.
coruer post." running uortb So chains, tbtnee wut
80 chains, tnence south ftO chaini, thenct eut N
chains to puiut of commencement.
Datod tnis 29th day of August, 11)07.
10. Coiuiu jncing at a post plauted on the north
side of iiornt Creek and one milt from iu mouth,
andmarked "K. A. Bradley's8. K. corner post,"
runniug north 80 chains, thenoe west lo chains,
thence south SO chains, thence tut 10 chaiu to
point of commencement,
IL i^mmencuig at a pest planted ta tht north
side of Home creek and tne milt from IU moutb,
and marked •%. A. Bradley's N. ft. comer pott,
running south 10 chains, thentt wtst lo chaini
thenct north SI chaiu, tbtnee aut tO chaini t"
point of commiDcimeni.
Yi. Commencing at a put planted on tbt north
side of Home Crata aad two milu from iU moutb,
and marktd "ft. A, Bradlti's s. ft. corner poit,"
running west 10 chaiu, thtnet north 10 chaiu,
thtnet west lo chains, thtnet north 40 chains,
thence eut SO ebains, thenoe south lo chaiu,
thenci eut 80 chaiu, thenoe south 41 chaiu
to point of commtacement.
Dated thu luth day of Augut, 1907.
IX Commeneing at a poet plaated oo tbi
west side of Columbia river and one mile wut
of Columbia river and one mile south of Home
Creek, and marktd " ti. A, Bradley s N. ft.
oorner poit." running iouth W chains, thenoe
wutW chains, thenoe north 80 ebains, thence
out W ohalni to poiut of comintnoement ■
Lfated this 31st day of AukuiL UUT.
Robert Ayre. Black more, Agent
Ksvelstolte Laud Distrirt.
District of West Kooten :j.
Take nolice ibat Turn Sumlt, of Kef-
elitoke, B, C, timber cruiser, inieii.lt
lu apply fur s> special license to cut
timber on tbe following described land
1 Commencing at a post planted
four and one-half miles south of Small
Creek and two utiles wesl of Columbia
River and marked "Tom Huadt't suuth
easl conier posl," thence west HU
chains, theuce north 80chsint, .hence
easl80chains, ihence soulh SOchains
to llie puinl of cuiuiueiiceine.il and
un.uu...in 040 acres, more ur less.
2 Commencing at a post planted
four and une-half miles ?outh of Sum I.
Creek aud two miles west of Columbia
Kiver and marked "Turn Suodl's norlh
east corner post," theuce south 80
cbaius. thence west 80 chains, ihence
nortb 80 cbaius, thence east 80 chains
lu lhe poinl of iiiuiineiiceiiienl and
containiug 040 acres, mure ur .eat,
3 Commeueiug at s post planted
Hve and une-half miles south of Suulh
Cteek and two miles west of Columbia
Hirer and marked "Tom Sundl's south
east corner posi," thenes wesl M0
chains, ihence north 40 chains, thenct
easl lOOchains, theuce south 40 chains
lu the poinl of commencemeut and
containing 6(0 acres, more or less,
4 Commencing al a posl planled
Hve and one-half miles soulb of Smith
Creek and twu miles wesl of Columbia
Uiver and maiked "Tom Sumlt's nurth
east eurner posl," tbence suuth 40
chains, ihence west 100 chaini, lbence
nonh 40 chains, thenceeast ISO chains
to the point of cunuusnceiue.il and
cuntaining 610 acres, mure or lew,
6 Commencing at a poit planted
sii and one-half miles south of Smith
Creek and lwo and one-half miles weat
nl Columbia Kiverand marked "Tom
Sundl's south sast corner pssl,"ihence
west 100 chaini., ihence north 40chains
ihence east 111) chains, Ihence loulh 40
chains lo the poinl o( commencemeni
and coulaiuing 610acres moreor less.
fl Commencing at a pott plauted
about tii and one-half miles iouth of
Smith Creek and two and one-half
miles wtst of Columbia Hirer and
niarked "Tom Sundl's north eait cor
ner poll," thtnes south 40 cbalni,
Ihence weat 160 chains, ihence nortb
40 chains, ihence east 160 chaini to tht
point of commencement and contain
ing 040 acres, mors or lets,
7 Commencing at a post planled
about seven an.l out-half milei smith
uf Smith Creek and two and out half
miles west of Columbia Hirer and
niarked "Turn Sundt's north east cor- *
ner >>ost." tbence  ionth 80 chaini,
i lie in e w«st 80 chaius, lbence norlh Hi
chaini, thence east 80 chaini lo ths
poll.l of I'oiii.uencrii.fiit and cam .lining 044 acres mora ur lest.
Dated A.ia, i. 1007,
sstaug-JI TOM SUNDT,
Itivelstokt Uml Muriel,
Dlurtot ol Wait K00.1017,
Tiku ootlot thtt lk.wMi.11 Umbtr Cofflptay,
l.UI., ot Ittnltiokt, B. Oh ooct.pt.Um Luiubtr
Mitufittnrer., Inland, lo tppfy Ion iptflal
tlmbtr li.-si.r-t ow tie rollowtoi dna-r.M
lomratoclngilitntpliitBd 00 tht aouth
itdi o( Dorthtoj. inn Lsptr Arrow Uke ind
marktrl "Uown.in Unlit Cos.pan71 N, t
oorner pan." ihture eul M rhalni,thenct aoutb
n chtlta, lt.et.oa wist Kehtlat, ISwm north
SO chs.nl to polut of cosustBotiutta aad cob*
talnlni tit tcrea, nort or leu.
Datod July SI, imr.
*K7   BnhilrAi!n.,Johia.BcUrtb». Blankets! Comforters!
The Cool Snap mikes you feci the  need of these warm, comfortable goods.   Special
Prices on Blankets and Comforters.
New Fashionable Shades ill Plain and Tweed Effects.
We will offer special price* on all our Dress Goods. Don'l
overlook this  chance.   Secure yonr New Dress at re-
duced prices.
Having secured the services of Miss McKenney
who will have charge of this 1lcpartme.1t, we can
guarantee our customers every satisfaction,
New Novelties in  this department  arriving
Call In and look our slock  over  before purchasing.   We can save you money.
We refund your money il nol satisfied,
Our showing of New Fall Coals brings surprises in
ll.e smartness of Ihe styles and lhe extreme low prices.
Prices raiiKh.K from $7.00 up,
We pm in slock 10-day a lull range  both in   Men's,
Ladles' and Childrens'.     You  mav  depend  upon  Ihe
Lowest Prices,
I    W HY ?
T Yon should leave your
ty seription with us
We use the Purest of Drugs
jj^ and Chemicals
Y Every Prescription is checked
ty        ' before it goes out
Our prices are reasonable unit
a we will deliver your prescrip-
9 tion if ynu wish it.
f Canada Drug & Book Co.
Saturday, Sept. 21, lor 2* hours-
More settled, cloudy, cold nights, and
loggj*.   Temp., max. 64; min. 40.
Local and General.
Wsnted, 0 nurse at tbe opera house
next Thursday night.
Come and bring your IriendB lor a
cup of tea at Mrs. Palmer's on Saturday.
C. B. Hume A Co. will hold their
millinery opening Wednesday, Sept.
25th, alternoon and evening.
Miss Briniacombe has charge of our
dressmaking department and is now
ready lor work—McLennan A Co.
Get tbe habit and go to' see the
Melrose Stock Co. at the Opera House,
Thursday night, Sept. 26. A scream
Irom slsrt to finish.
Dou't forget to come to ths te* at
Mrs. Palmer's residence, 3rd Street,
thii afternoon, under the auspices of
the ladiee ol Knox church.
Tbe Ladies' Guild, of St. Peter's
Church, will give an alternoon tea on
Wednesday, Sept. 25, from 4 till 6
p. m. at Mrs. C B. Paget's re.idence.
Tea aud cake, 10c.
The Ladies' Auxiliary ol Knox
Church will give a " Tea" at the home
ol Mrs. John Palmer, Third Street, on
Saturday. Sept. 21st, from 4 to 7
o'clock.   Adminion, 25c.
J. P. Forde, resident civil engineer
lor the C. P. R, hai consented to superintend tbe work of construction ot
the new addition to the Y. M. C. A.
The loundstiooi are already in position.
The Central Hotel have put into
commitficn a brand new bui, built by
McMahon, Firtt itrcet. The new
vehicle ii imart looking and serviceable, with ipecial space for hand
baggage, elc.
C.P.R. ticketi lor the Provincial
exhibition at N'ew Weitminster, Oct.
1. J, 3,4 and 5, will be on sale at the
depot here Irom Sept. 27th to Oct. 2
with return limit to Oct. 10th. Rate
!12.3'. the round trip.
The harvest festival in connection
with the Church of England, Naktup,
will be held in lhe parish church on
Sunday, Sept. 2»lh. The decoration!
lor the occasion will consist of Iruit
and flowers. Ths music will be in
keeping uith the nature ol the service. The Incumbent ol tbe I'eriih
(Rev. W.T. Johnsoni will preach at
botn tervicei. It is hoped that there
will be a large attendance.
J     Only a glance at our stuck ,
s     of Groceries will encourage s
•     you to try them. •
a s
s     A trial will convince vou s
s     they ure tl.e purest und best J
!     on  the  market.   Try   uur .
; Hobson & Bell j
I Grocers, Bakers A Confectioners 1
*BKWS' drub stobe
10 Vol. Csrlyifl  ., $10.01.
ij Vol. Kuskin  15.00
.0 Vol. Hugo  11.00
,.  Vol. Macaulay's Esiays. 3.J0
■3  Vol. Macaulay's Essays 7.00
I Hill Sheep)
8  Vol. C.co. Elliott  17.00
(Hall Sheep)
Druggist and Stationer.
Next Hume Work.
Summer Time Sue will tell you all
about it at the Opera Thursday night.
Everyone is invited to the dainty
tea at Mrs. Palmer's, Saturday alter
noon, Irom 4 to 7. Ice cream and
candy. ,
Gold Range Lodge, No. 26, Knights
of Pythias, will entertain their Grand
Chancellor. J. Hamniar, of Grand
Forks, on Friday next, Sept. 27th.
Constable Isaac A. Dinsmore, provincial constable at Revelstoke, has
been appointed chief license inspector
tor the Revelstoke licensing district.
MILLINERY- Heesrs. Rsid a Young
will hold their Fall Millinery Opening on
Wednesday, Sept. 25th, afternoon ud
evening. There will be a grand display
of i II ths latest arts and styles.
The Ladies Guild ot St. Peter's
church will hold an "at home" at the
residence ol Mrs. C. B. Paget on Wednesday, Sept. 25th, from 4 till 6. All
are cordially invited.
The annual meeting of the Ladies'
Hospital Guild ior the election ol
officers will be held in the City Hall,
Tuesday, Sept. 24th, at 3:30 p.m. A
good attendance is requested.
A C. P. R. crop report declares that
50 per cent, ol the crops ol northern
Alberta have been damaged by frosts
and Bnow. The chief damage is between Calgary and Edmonton, and
around the latter place.
A dance will be held under the
auspices ol the Halcyon Club on Fri
day night, Sept. 27, in the Selkirk
hall at 8.30. Tickets may be obtained
from Messn. Hastings, Doyle A
Allum. Gentlemen lfl.00. Ladies are
The Denver Express Co. played in
the Opera House on Thursday night.
The piece is melodramatic and of a
sensational character, the performers
each carrying out well the parts allotted to them. The house was well
filled and the audience appreciative.
The consumption of cigars for the
12 months ending .lime 30 last was
193,816,575, practically the sanm an
tor the preceding 12 months. Cigars
made Irom Canadian tobacco numbered
2,826,721, as compared with 3,172,466
lor the fiscal yean.l 1905.ll. The total
consumption of tobacco of all kind*
for the 12 months is estimated at
2.953 lbs. per head ..I the population,
the largest on record.
E. C. Fromey has liel.n swarded the
contract lor the building ol tlie new
Baptist church on a site near McKen
iie avenue on Second street. Work is
now going on and the church when
completed will be a handmme addition
to the city buildings. The dimensions
(the church are 26x40 with an additional wing 12x40. About $7,000
will be spent on property and buildings. Rev. W. Freeman ol the Mc
Master diversity nl Toronto will be
resident minister,
Mr, (leorge Williamson, C. P. R
locomotive engineer, returned last,
week from a four month'' visit to Ire
land and the llritssl. Isles. Belore
returning to Revelstoke Mr. Willi.ii..
son spent three weeks at Toronto and
other eastern cities. In speaking ..I
his trip Mr. Williamson stated that it
was a most pleasant journey throughout, and the time spent in Ireland
was the most enjoyable part ol it, Tl.e
Canadian exhibit at the Dublin lair
was the chief attraction and was a
splendid education to the punple of
the old land. Mr. Williamson received
a hearty welcome back by his many
IriendB Hii father, Mr. W. William,
son, of the C. P. R. icrvice at Bear
Creek, who wai also on a viiit to his
old home near Belfast, is hack again
St his post of duty after a splendid
holiday among tl.u scenes and friends
ol bis early youth.
To Buy a House.
To Rent a House.
To Buy Nice Building Lots
close in.
To Buy Splendid Fruit
inti &
Kincaid .fid Alton
Real Estate and Insurance Agte.
Tapping's opera house has been
graced by a new proscenium drop cur-
tiin. The work was done by E. H.
Flsgg ol Chicago, himself a theatrical
manager The curtain is on the advertisement plan, the loene being
heavy plush portieres drawn back disclosing a Venetian oanal scene. Suspended on and covering tbe portieres
are plaques, easels and medallions,
gilt framed and containing neat advertisements of the local business
houses, etc. Tbe whole effect is very
A meeting ol the board ol directors
ol the Y. M. C. A. wss beld on Thursday night, President R. Howson in the
chair. Among the many subjects discussed was that of a kitchen, and it
was decided to 'accept the oft'er ol the
ladies auxiliary to build and equip a
kitchen in connection with the institution. Tiie position ol physical instructor was offered to W. A. Aldritt,
assistant physical instructor at Win
nipeg, who has been very highly ree
omniended. The reports read l.y the
secretary and treasurer showed the
association to be in a flourishing condition with every prospect ol a successful season.
Business Locals
Nothing better than Our "Spsaial
,\ Iresh stock ol Huyler's chocolates
to hand at Rewi' Drug Store,
The Ideal Call. Furniture Store
opened for business t..-d»y.
Go to C. li. Hume A Co. lor Cirpets,
Linoleums and floor oil cloth.
Condition and worm powders lor
horses at Bews' Drug -tori
Patronise Horns industry. Smoke
Revslttoks Cigars.
EstOD bargains Sl tl.e Ideal Don't
mi's them.
Mattresses, pillow and bed com-
lorls, a line line at C, II. Hume* Co's.
Rsvslstoks Clgsrs Union Made Our
Special, Ths Union, snd Msroa Vutlta
srs ahead of all others.
Sea shells St Hews'Drug Store, IOc
to Jl IK) ..act..
Window shades, wall piper, curtain
pnles and fixtures, at C. II. Hume A
Clean Chimneys—Orders (or chimney sweeping and cleaning can I* lelt
st the Chief of Police olliee address .1
to It I). Simone,   Voders te charges.
The Ideal has them all lx-utt.   Full
sized iiii.ttri.sses at I2.7.Y, pillows at
50c. null.
—        , ^.
Notice of Change in Sailings.
During the remainder of the season
ol 11)07 the steamer " Revelstoke"
will make trips to Downie and return
twice per week, leaving Revelstoke ....
Tuesday! and Fridays at !l a.m., reaching Downie at 5 p.m. and leaving
Downio on Wednesdays and Saturdays
at 8 a.m. reaching Revelstoke at II
a.m. Parties desiring to muke this
trip over the finest scenic route in the
Interior will find good accommodation
on board, Reduced rates to parties ol
111 or more.
Social and Personal
Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Scott are visiting in tlio citv.'
C. P. Latham left on Tliur-diiy li.r
a holiday visit to the Coast
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Lindmark 1 -
turntd this week fiom an extend .1
tour of Great Britain and Europe
The marriage between Dr. W. 11.
Suthir'and of this city and Lillian
Margaret, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. O'Donohbe ol O'Coonor street,
Ottawa, took place ut Ottawa on
Wednesday, Sept. llth.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foote seturned
last evening (rom Nelson, where tbey
have been taking in tbe Fair. Mr.
Foote was tbe delegate from Revelstoke attending the Firemen's Convention.
Catholic—Rev. Father R. Pecoul
O.M.I., pastor, Services every Sunday
at the following hours: 8 a.m. Communion Muss; 10:30 a.m. High .Vaas
and Sermon; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:30
p.m. Sunday School; 7:30p.m. Rosary,
Instruction and Benediction.
Knox Pbesuytekian—J. R. Robertson, B. D., minister. The usual services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday
school at 2.30 p.m. Morning subject:
"Tbe Passing of Jehovah's Servant."
Evening subject: "The Dwelling Place
ol Man." Good music: Opening anthem—"Our Father." Quartette anthem—"Penitence." Organ Offertory
—''Benediction." Dismissal anthem—
"Bow Down Thine Ear." All are
welcome and strangers are especially
Methodist—CIobs meeting at 10:30
sharp. Public service at 11 a. m.
Sunday school and Bible Class at 2:30
p. m. Evening service at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. J. M, Harrison wili preach the
sermons both morning and evening.
Mr. Harrison will deliver his most
celebrated lecture on "Canadian Citizenship," on Monday evening This
will he under the auspices ol the
Ladies Aid oi lhe church. Th. ad
mission will be such as to reach all;
cents at the door. No loyal subject should mies this lecture,
St. Andrew's Presbyterian—Rev,
W. C. Calder, pastor. Synday, Sept. 22.
Services 11 a.m., 7:30 p.m., Sunday
School and Pastor's Bible Class, 2.30
p.m' Mornine subject: "A Backward
Look on Life," Evening subject: "An
Imposing Prospect." Young Peoples
meeting, Monday 8 p. m. Prayer
meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. Choir
practice and Teachers' meeting, Friday 8 p.m.
Baptist—Preaching service at 11
a.m., Sunday school at 2.30 p.m., in
tbe Mission Hall, First street The
subject for the evening will be " The
Question for the Beginning." The
pastor, Rev. W. P. Freeman, B. A.,
will prrach at both services. Every
body welcome to all services,
Bt, Peter's Anglican—Rev, 0. A.
Proeunier; rector. The following is a
list ol the services: Antc-Com.nunion
at 8 a m.; Matinsand Litany at 11 s
m.; and evensong 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school, 2:30 p.m
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Y.M.C.
A. wish to thank, tbe members of the
basket ball, swimming, bowling teams
and the band and all others who aided
in making tbeir social on Tuesday
night such a success.
Revelstoke Und District,
District of W«*t Kootenay,
Take notice that Bowman Lumber Company,
LU)., of Itcrei-ilnke, 0. <]., occupation Lumber
MaiiutVttm*». intend* to apply (era special
limber licence over Lhe following described
i'onimcncing ata font planted on Lhe south
side of nnrtheaot arm L pper Arrow Lake and
marked "Howntan Lumber Company's N. K,
corner post™' thence etMt.SU chain*,thencu south
80 chains, tlu-nce weat 81) chains, Ihence north
80 chain- to ooint of commencement, and con
taining M0 acres, more or less.
Dated July."il, 1»>7.
wag?    By their ARent. John O. Mcl^rthy.
Ttkfl nolici,' that I. (ieorge T. Newman, of
Anowhead. B- C, occupation Clerk, Inlend to
apply for per tn Mob to pun-ham: lhe following
described land*:
Commencing at a port planted at the N K.
corner tit Clara McQuarrle'i Lot 8406, thonce
north fti chimin, Lhince weat 50 chains, thenco
uouth 'Hi cbatoi, thence cant 4n chaini*, thenee
uouth to chain-, th-mcc eaat Ut ehains to point
uf ccuiiint-linemenL.
Dated B«pt uth, mn.
fOpera itaA
: Sept. 26
Everything new dli eet from
the East
i.ifi. motions and Illustrated
tonga Itetween ench act.
» .. ..».„<t i    ii —■— —,
Free Dance After Show.
Heals on Hale at the Caiiitda
Drug A Hook Company,
Come in and let us fit you to a new Hat, and we have them to fit all faces.   We are
agents for the celebrated
the best value at $3.00 that you have seen in Stiff Hats.   We also have the world-famed
One of the best wearing hats ever made, the kind you can pack in your valise and not spoil
the shape. Besides these we have lhe best makes, such as Woodrow, Waring, Stanby,'«t&
in soft and stiff hats in all the best shapes. ,.».,,.
We have an immense stock in all qualities. Working Trousers at $1.50, $1.75 and
$2.00 and $2.25, made of goods that will stand the hardest kind of wear. If you want a
better quality we have them in all the best patterns from $2.50 to $6.00.
Our stock is large and we have them in plain colors as well as a very fine assortment of
Fancy Sweaters. -
We are proud of our showing in these lines. We ciyry proper clothes made, by Copp-
ley, Noyes and Randall, Ltd. We can recommend them and guarantee every garment.
We have Suits of every quality, but all good. Overcoats and Rain Coats in the Fall
Cuts at prices that will make you buy.
Marriage Licenses Issued
' Anyone wishing fancy work for
Christmas should leave .their orders
now. Battenburg tea cloths, embroidered centre pieces, cushions ot all
kinds, drawn thread* work, hardanger,
etc.   All work.guarauteed.
Anyone wishing to see samples ol
work can call at residence,
Mas. R. A, Upper
Restaurant and Furnished Rooms
Meals from 25c. Up.
Second Street, • East End
WANTED-PoBition aa hotel house,
keeper, Thoroughly experienced
in all hotel work. Address replies to
Maii.-Hrraui Office.
ANTKD-For a client, $1,000 on
Hist    class   freehold   security,
Interest 10 per cent.    Apply to B, A.
Haggen, Revelstoke.
rnwo cr thi.-e Unfurnished Itnoms to
1 let. Apply at New House on
Sixth Street.
bargains thatthe buyer will 9jgprr>-
viiite lhat knows a good thing when
they see it. Yon will hnd many.
little trinkets that are unique hi
design nnd inexpensive at our st uie.
Rings, pins, and anything tbat
make pretty birthday or wedding
offerings are heie In great variety
for ynur choosing.  '-.
LIMIT1D.  '        '■
Bring Your Purse
Along With You
to our Store if yon want to purchase
a New Carpet, Fine Oriental or Wilton rug, .uniting or linoleum and see
how much further its contents will
take you in purchasing thastlt will, at |
any j other store in -the litty,.. Our; "
Spring styles are ready for your I '
selection,      ... \   1  '
Incorporate! br Sot cf Parllamtnt, 1155.
Wm. Molson Maopherson, Pres. 8. H, Ewinq,. Vice-Pres.
Jambs ElUot, General Manager.
Capiat paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two branches In Canada and. Agencies in all parts of ths
world. ,
Interest credited four times a year at current rates on Havings
Bank deposits, until further notice.   	
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Riviunon, B. 0.
t NV INFORMATION concerning
A Henry Phipps Williams, Inst
heard of in Arrowhead, thankfully
received l.y Hislrr Beetle, Pnst Office,
Revelslnke, H. II,
WANTED-Apprentices for Dressmaking and Millinery. Apply
Mis. a, .vi.tsien, Plrsi Street. Opposite
Climax Hotel.
I.IOIl HALE Seve.al Umnis nf guud
I' logging horses, suitable for any
kindoflennilng, Apply to IticitAitn
Davih, Itevebtoke Hawif.ill Do., Ltd.
ml) RENT Furnished nr iitifui-
1    nislied house, neai lhe Eastern
Semaphore, on O. P. R.   Apply to ,1.
Hurtle at the above residence,
WANTED  Dili   wauls wurk   by
lhu  day,   Housework.  Office-
'•lennliig, Washing, etc,  Applv P, 0.
llnx   1112,   Revelstoke, U. C.
requires position at mothers
help, useful companion or housekeeper,
Could lend..   Apply Maii,-H*KIIAI.D.
WANTED P.olllalile proposition
open for reliable mini acquainted among fiiul growers and with
ability as salesman. Full in part time.
State nge, experience and references,
Ltd,, Brown's Nurseijes, Ont.
I'i yui.ng nuiii uh a porter In Hntel
nr any ktnd of wo.lv. Mr, G. Mann,
Revolstoke Puit Office,   ...
Import direct from Country ot origin.
Whuissale and Retail Moat Marohantt
I'ork l'acktra mil Mer In Llvt Stock. Marktti In ill Iks prlnelpol Ultlea tod
Tow na ol Alberts, Britiih .....uinl.la ind Uit Yukon. Poekm ol tht Otltbi—td Bread
"lm or or" liains and Bacon, ind Hl.inin.ck Blind, hnl bid.
For Agric.ltnril Implement... Cordis.*, Wiions lit.Jojoba
Dten Plousbi, Hollnt Wagona, Gmtda Ctiiltft GonHiUf't
HokkIbs, Pliutljr., Oirdtu SMdan tod Cultivators, ffh«|.,
wrlsbt tod Bliokamllb Work ttttadtd to. Horn Bbotlut a
WANTED-A gentleman uf guod.
family and will. Univeisity
qiinliflruliotis desires pupils for lhe
winter session. Modern hnfytnges,
music, English and matlieninlirs
taught.. Fees ipodej-ate., Highest
references and testimonials,'
WANTEU-Third or Fourth Class
Engineer.    Apply   to   John
Kkknauban, Salmon Ami, B, O,
AN*El) - Dining   Room ..Qirl
es 130 per month
Hotel Grand, Nakusp. B. U. Sep


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