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Vol. 13.  No 50
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JUNE 29,1907
:sst^affiffi_ej!zaB»t%£Si -^Kaajsci
Hume & Co., Ltd
at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
OUR SUMMER
MILLINERY SALE
We have it nice number of Hats in
Our Millinery Department that will
 H       interest   you.   There uro a great
number tdu nwny for this lime   ol  yonr—this will result to
your In'iivlil as .ve nre going to saerilit't' llieni on
IUNE 26. 27. 28. 29.
We luiji,. to eee ynu among those In get a bargain. Don't
forget the above .lutes us they menn'bxnctly what we pay,
COESETS
Tape Girdle Corsets for warm won ther,  nny size, gonl
heavy tape nnd extra good girdle for.
50C
LONG GLOVES
in tlie plain Silk*, belli blnck and
while, also the Long Laee Milts and
Gloves,
NEW LUSTRES
In   Mink.   Navy, •Brown,  While
Cream, for Summer Skins niul Dresses
Lawn  Dresses
Beautiful Lawn Dresses in White.
These are Novi Modi Costumes. Vou
will surely need one for the hot
weather, Several styles lo choose from
arid Ihey, aro only $5.00
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE     r
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ttVi f,fi At a_ dU if i it'i i'ti tti ti'i _t_ _ti itt iTi 1T1 iti _ti 1T1 _ti _ti A _fa
$ CARPENTERS' TOOLS
I BUILDERS' HARDWARE
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K_i_-__-i_-a-I-g_-B,aH_HH_i
Sawmill Supplies, Belting, etc. Stanley's and Starre
Mechanics' Tools, Sinioiiils' and Sliurly nnd Dietrich 11
tirade Saws,  Harden Tools in great variely.
REFRIGERATORS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
Paints and Oils, Kalsomine, etc.
Plumbing, Tinsmithing and Electrical Departments  in
connection.
Estimates given.   Job Work Done.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
Convenient Olliees for Rent Upstairs.
I LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd. I
t Dealers in Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's  9
ond Sawmill Supplies, etc., numbing and Tinsmithing. ty
tytytyityty 99 'ft'!' 'I"M<M> -j) (ti ili (D it"ti (ti't' 't' 'I1 'I1
GOOD
BUYS
Dwelling nnd Lot, Second Street
$2,1(1(1
Dwelling an.l Lot, Second Street
. . . ,
1,800
Dwoiilng ..ml Luis, Third Street
1,2011
Lots on Second St., easi ..f McKon
«ii. Ave., oach  .
2.VI
Lots nn Third St., ensl i.f MoKonzi
■ Ave,, eaeh   .
.   2IKI
Luis on Inniilh St., cist of McKenzie Ave., .-.tell    .
175
Lols oil Fifth St., ensl of McKcnzi.
Ave., each    ,    .
.   lull
1—2 nud 6-oero Blocks suitable f..t
fi-iiit.
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE              NOTARIES PUBLIC
.OANS
FIELD.
From Our Own (".trri'sttoil.lniit..
A very pretty wedding took place at
St. Stephen's Presbyterian Churcli on
Wednesday the lllth. The contracting
parties were Mr. J. Gordon Frazer
and Miss Marjurie Maedonald both of
Field. Tlio church had I ecu tastefully
decorated lor the occasion At 4 u'clock
the wedding party entered the church
while tbo wedding march was being
rendered. The htide was given away
l.y hor brother-in-law, Mr, Win. Lynes,
while his little duughter, Marjurie,
acted as Ilu wur girl. Miss: Margaret
Calder, ol Revelstoke, assisted tho
bride, while Mr. Marcus Chime, „[
Sluiswap, did a like duty Ini thn groom.
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev..I. 11. Miller, the minister ol the
churcli,   During the evening tho peo
ple ol Field enjoyed the privilege ol
meeting the newly married oouple at
the llunie of Mr. and Mrs. Lynes, and
ot extending to theni their congratulations. Both of the young people are
held in very high esteem, by the people here, end the well wishes ol Ihe
entire community go with them, into
their new relationship. Tbey left by
No. 1 lor Shuswup, where they purpose
spending a three weeks' holiday, after
which they will return, and take up
their homo In Field. They received
jniiny beautiful presents among which
was an eight-day clock, the gilt ..I the
teachers and children ol tlie Sunday
KcIk.i.I uf Which Mr. Fruiter has been
the superintendent, and Miss Maedonald the si'i'.-ti'eus., sinee llieir Cluing
hero.
'fry llul.s ui .v. Hell lor strawberries,
pooches, cherries, pine apples, ..ranges
and batiauus.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Troops Underfed—Beef Combine — Mills Want Logs —
Wife Tortured—Deadly Battle in Mid-air.
Cai.ciiiv, June 20—Thero was mutiny in the large volunteer military
camp yesterday. A detachment re-
fused to parade, alleging lick of food
ti Inuli men nnd hnr-e*. Olh-rs
threatened to follow the example, Ii
is s.ii.l thee wore only two Iniles nf
b-y to -I'l horses,
Calgary, Alta,, June 29.—Tlio Bed
Com mission is nuw nt ilh iohen The
t'Win.ony is tbat there is n c.mhiiie
among tho large buyers. The oom
lilissloners say tl ere will lie u warn.
Bess'.... ai Winnipeg, as :hey are gathering inoriminating evidence against
certain linns there.
Xkw Wkstmixstkk, June "ill—Some
of tlie sawmills in Ihis city are short
of logs and ate offering to purchase all
logs of gn. d size they can get,
WlLKBSIURItE, l'n., June 29.—
Chained to a stake in thc yard of her
home and expo ed all dny to the
broiling sun, with uo waler or food,
Mrs. Michael Sabinsky, ol Dnpont,
near bete, was retell.(1 by Bevcral
miners.m their way humo Iron. work.
Chicago, June 29 —Two employees
of the Illinois Steel Cunipany at
South Chicago, fought a desperate
and deadly buttle while suspended
thirty feet in ihe air on an electric
emtio. Ono of them was struck on
the head wiih a steel hummer and
probably fatally injured. He lell into
tlie arms .,1 one of the hundreds of
workmen gathered to watch tbe light.
DOMLION DAY
Celebrations will be held at all
points on Monday, elaborate prepara
tions in many eases having been made.
Arrowhead will hold its 4th annual
eelebration, nn excellent day's sport
having, been arranged, consisting ol
athletic events, log burling and sawing, canoe and rowing races, launch
races and special events. Every arrangement fer lhe accommodation of
visitors bus been made. Tlie prize
list is a handsome one. The Ilevelstoke Independent Band will play
selections of popular music during
the day. A dance iu Lightburne's
Hull will wind up a good day's amusement.
Can.borne will celebrate and have
gone in for a good day's spurt including, racing, log chopping, team pulling
nurse races, etc., aB well as ruck drilling nnd tug-of-war, Camborne Hand
will bo in attendance and a grand ball
will he held in the evening.
Armstrong and Nakusp have
arranged (or a day's amusement on an
elaborate scale, a Revelstuke lacrosse
leant crossing sticks with Kamloops
at the former town.
Revelstoke will have no particular
celebration. A cricket match and base
bill game have been arranged. The
whole attention of holiday makers has
been given to the evening's entertainment in the opera house. The Revelsloke Amateur Dramatic Club will
produce the famous 8-aOt comedy
"Caste," on which considerable work
has been dune and everything arranged
lo ensure success. For an evening's
amusement no one should hubs witnessing this production. The Independent Band will render selections ol
music uml a big dance will make an
appropriate ending tu the evening's
entertainment.
DANDY DIXIE MINSTRELS
An Investment of "flO.OlW represent!
the must spectacular minstrel lirst
part ever uttered by the Dandy Dixie
Minstrels ot -It) colored performers who
will he seen at the Opera House on
Monday, July 8th, with the sume big
oompany of all-star performers and
olio features which played the WiBtaria
Grove at the New York Theatre Roof
Harden all ol last summer, This
monster organization is headed by
Campbell Bros., whose inimitablesong
parodies entertained New York Theatregoers f..r months and as a special
feature, the Cotton Tickers' Band of
minstrel musicans conipiisesascorc of
soloists. In Ihe big olio all-star vaudeville ucts are presented by Williams
and Stevens, comic in.pcrB&naturs,
Touey Trio, Dare Devil acrobats, John
l'rumpin, Comedy Juggler, and the
singing fmces ol the company, in tho
Dixie College Rangers, a beautilul and
huriu'inioiis blending of Varsity Class
songs. Patriotic airs with the Bweet
old time songs ol thc South.
IS RESIGNED
TO HIS FATE
Bill Miner is Getting Fat on
His Job-Presents Sergeant
Wilson, who Captured Him,
with Handsome Rifle.
Sergeant Wilson, ol toe N.W.M.I'.,
who was bead ol tlie party who captured the Mission ti ain robbers about
a year ago, when on the coast this
week p.id his reBpcctB In the triu ill
New Westminster. Old Hill gave bin.
i. oordlal reception, He stated that
he was being well treated, and added
wiih a laugh, Unit he hud no outside
engagements at present.
The ex-desperado is apparently resigned tu his late, and has added to his
weight since his convlctinn. The old
fellow is employed in tlie prison brick
yard. As a souvenir uf the fi.telttl
l-xpcrience last year he requested
Sc-gt. Wilson to accept bis bugar rille,
and belore snying good-byo wrulenn
an order lor its delivery. The woapuii
is now in the possession ol a i-anci.-i-
Iriend of Mi-:er in the Okanagan
districl,
'Guess I will sign liis 'Edwards,' "
said Miner as he wrote the order. Thaj
was the nauu: he was knuwu under in
the uppet c .unity.
"Shorty" Dunn", who wus alsu given
a life sentence, did tint greet lhe oUlcer
so cordially. He is a number ol a
carpenter gang engaged in constructing a new prison wing. The other
train robber, Colquhoun, was found
engaged at work in one of the shops
His sentence was for a period of only
twenty years, as lie had a gooU reooatl
prior to conviction.
It is reported that steps have already
been taken by the Eastern Canadiun
relatives ol the young man to secure
his release.
SHOOTING ACCIDENT.
Sidney Robbins shot in leg by
Bullet from a 22 Rifle
Muster Sidney Robbins met with nn
unpleasant accident on Thursday
evening while at the residence of G.
M. Chirk on Second Street. It appears that Walley Clark was engaged
in cleaning a 22 calibre rifle, and not
being nwarc that it was loaded, while
fingering the trigger, tlie weapon was
discharged, tbe bullet entering the
right leg ol Sidney Robbins, who was
standing near. The boy was at once
removed to tiie hospital, where efforts
were made to extract the bi',.1 '1, which,
however, were unsuccessful. The lad is
progressing very favorably and is not
suffering much Irom the accident, j
which fortunately was not more:
serious.
ARROWHEAD
From oar own corrspouilont
On Monday evening the Woodmen
gave their first "at home.' Thc hall
was beautifully and appropriately
decorated for the occasion. Dancing
wus the main feature of the evening.
The music which was excellent, was
provided by local orchestra composed
of Dr. Elliott, vio'in; Mr. K. White-
bread, nian.l..lin; Mr. E. ll.ukins,
clari .net; and Mr. Wardc, piano, Mr.
Ramplin, organizer for the W. 0. W.
wns present and gave a short address
which was loudly applauded. This
society was organized here less than
two months ago, and the success ul
Ihis, their first entertainment, speaks
well tor the progress of Arrowhead
Camp.
We note by the lust issno ol the B.
C. Gazette that Mr. Allan Gardner
Kiddluy has been appointed notary
public.
Capt. McLennan has his now residence nearly completed.
Dr. Hamilton was in town Wednesday.
G. I'ombert was recently taken to
the hospital suffering from fever.
Thc closing exercises ot our school
were held on Friday alternoon. The
Hags, flowers, etc., arranged by the
teacher and pupils added greatly to
the appearance ol the school room.
Many of the parentB and Iriends ol the
children attended and till express thoir
appreciation ot Mr. Thompson's efforts,
t, o. t.
VISIT OF C.P.
RY. OFFICIALS
Deputation of Board of Trade
Have Important Interview—
— Power Question Thoroughly Discussed.
A deputation Iron, tlio  Board of
Trade wailed yesterday evening upon
Mr. G.  J.  Bury,  assistant  general
muiifigerj.if western lines.and Mr. F. F.
Hustced, gc oral superintendent   ol
Pacilic division, wliu arrived in the
private onr" Cl.umplnln" attached to
u freight  Iron. Vancouver.   Matters
ol local interest antl  importance were
brought up belore the officials,   (In
being naked what the C.I'.R. intended
to do regarding making some arrangement with lhe city lor the supply ol
electric light and power.   Mr. Bury
stated that liis company were ready
to take power Irom the city nt 2J cts.
per k, w. hour, and light at 6c per
kilowatt  hour und thut they cuuld
not accept  any  higher   rate.    By
installing  their own machinery the
company could produce all the power
tl.ey required fur 21 cents and if the
city were willing to give this rate the
company would accept  it.   He said
that the C.I'.R. were much annoyed
atthe way in  which  the cily laid
I......II...I the matter un.l thnt tlie rates
offered by the city for power could not
be entertained, and this lieing the cuse
the con.pony had arranged to install
their own machinery altogether and
use their own puwer, although it was
not too late now lo come to an
arrangement with the city Ior power
at. 2J cents. The company would pay
Revelstoke what it was paying other
cities for power.
On being asked whether there was
any truth in the report that the shops
were going to be removed from Ilevelstoke, Mr. Huslecd said that the
matter had never been considered and
that uo such plan bad ever been entertained. As a mutter ol tact the
shops and round house were being
added to and many-improvements were
being made. When questioned as to
the likelihood ol a tourist hotel being
built in Revelstoke, Mr. Bury said
that no steps would he taken in this
iliiection; that the hotels handled by
the C P. R. were far Irom being paying concerns, hut nec.-ssary on account
ol tourist trallic.
Regarding the Hig Hill, he said
that extensive work was being done
there to facilitate trallic. Mr. Bury
left for the south late in the evening
and will make an extended tour of thc
Kootenuys. Mr. In.steed and Mr.
Curtright will remain in town fora
day or two before going eusl,
WAFTED TO SEA
Little Girl Has a Sensational
Experience With Balloons.
Chicauo, June 28.—A despatch to
the  Record-Herald Irom    Rockport,
Texas, says that Ninna, lhe two-year-
old daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. J. II.
Moody, of Waco, was curried into the
J air yesterday  by  a  bundle ol  toy
i balloons which an Italian pedlar on
j tho verandah of the hotel tied around
her waist,  thinking  to  please  her.
Before tlie spectators could recover
(rom their surprise she was wafted out
to sea, fifty feet in the air.    A launch
I occupied    by    George  HanarTor, ol
Denver, was in tho hay and Mr. Hun-
affer went to tho lillle girl's rescue,
tiring at thu bundle  ol  bulletins he
punctured several uf them and she
began  to settle  downward,    dually
landing salely twelve leet Iron, the
water on tho shore ol St, Joseph.
Nothing better than Our "8p»oUl.
A Bpecial meeting of L. 0. L„ No.
1068, will be held in tlie lodgo room
at 8 o'clock on Tuesday evening, July
2nd. Business to arrange (or celebrating the 12th ol July.
BY ORDER,
A SUGGESTION
Since there appears to have heon
sume misunderstanding somewhere
between tbe C. P. R. and the city
council with regards to tho rates which
tho latter could give to the railway
company Ior electric power and light;
and since tho 0. P. R. are willing to
come to terms at the rates ol 5o. per
k, w. li. Ior light and 2Jo por k. w. I.,
lor power, whicli rates Beom to be
satiBlactory to both parties, wc would
suggest that the mayor and aldermen
meet Mr. Busteed today and endeavor
to bring this question to something
like tangible lorm. The people have
lind enough dickering about it and
want something done, one way or
another, bet thu matter be brought
down and conducted aB a thorough
buaincsB proposition and have dono
witii animosi y which seem to have
been at tbe root ol the trouble.
All those who intend using this Celebrated
Coal next winter should not fail to purchase their ]
full requirements during June or July, as the
quantity procurable from the mines after that
date will in all probability be very small. This
Coal is continually improving as thc mines go
deeper and is now equally as good as the best
Pennsylvania Anthracite Coal.
For Prices and Summer Terms,  apply to the
Exclusive Agents.
Offices :—Molsons Bank Building"     Telephone 31.
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DEALERS   IN
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
AGENT  FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first St. Op.
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office-Toronto, Ontario.
Ilriuii-U. in th. Pruvii.caa nf Manitoba, ..Uwna, Saskatchewan,
llrlllsli Ctiliimlm. Ontario, (Juatar.
Oapltal Paid Up ....   S4,7oo,000.00
Reserve Fund ....       $*, 7 00,000.00
I). It. Wll.KlK, President: HON. lt. Jakkuay, Vice-President,
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available In all parte oi Canada, United .states and
Europe.  .Special atientinii given in Collections.
Savings Department
Deposits received and Inteiest allowed at current rate from (bite
of ..pening account, and compounded four limes a year.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C—A. E. Phipps, Manager.
RICH ORE STRIKE
Find of Free Gold Runs $800
to $1,000 to the Ton.
Nhi-suN, B. C, June 27.-The
greatest striko in the history ol Rossland, was made Tuesday. Every
effort is being mado to preserve
secrecy about it but it iB learned that.
on Tuesday a slab o! ore more than
seven feet it. length and taking lour
men tu move, was brought out of the
War Fugle mino and washed, lt is
pyrrholite. contaiiing free and visible
gold on every surface, und running, at
a im.no-native estimate, from $800 to
|1,000 a ton,
Free gold, to a small extent, has
l...-n known to exist in Rossland
pyrrholites. Present valuci arc absolutely unknown, but IKKJ-ure on the
surface made the boon, ol 181)5 and
1896. llA.-.'T
r.EVELSTOKE. ac.,
7Tl\r> /ll\m 1 UVi'"iI>-| ""*'' districts tniiBt.tobe legal, be
U,..'C iUJmi^UJUCU'-V* advertised in the U in.-lli u.w.n and
PUBLISaitD WK1,   i-sIUY 1XU SATUR B 0 Q(lzptt(1      T,)nM   ap,lly;n(,   ,„,
land nnd timber in lln- districts ro-
lerred ti. who follow oul instriictions
given above will hnvo nn trouble with
their applications. Tin- Gazette rates
for eacli land notice is |7, un.l (or
timber P. The MAIL-Herald rules
are the same. Much timber bus been
slukeil in the Cariboo distriet l.y Ilevelstoke men, which according tn the
law must he advertised in that district,
the Ashcrolt Mining Journal being
the nearest paper. It seems thnt this
has been drawn to n line point nnd
that since Revelsloke issn closely cm
nected with the Cariboo in tliis respect,
our ciiy sliould certainly derive some
benefit nut, nl il.
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DVVAKIi A  HAGGEN
MINING ENGINEER
(Metntwi American Institute of
Slicing Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
RgVBL'no.TB, B.O,
Mine Management, Exntr.inatlons
an.l Reports.
Reports compiled, Plans and Blue
Print- r.f Land, Timber Limits. Miues,
Mills and Buildings prepared in shape
for submission to prospective investors
or purchasers.
DISGRACE TO REVELSTOKE,
Many and varied have been the
complaints against the cily council
[or the manner in whioh they are ruin-
lag the roads bysoattuilngwh ilesule,
stones nnd boulders, prnmisoti nsly
without nny apparent reason or system. Whul ..nee were comparatively
smooth, good ronds, are now snd sand
heaps wilh idles nl stones nil ovor
them, whicli, wc tnke it, is all npnl gy
for rond men ling, The counoil bus a
greal deal tn learn yet in rond n.e.ulii.g at .1 ih" methods tbey are a 1 ipting
now show that the public wnrks committee have not taken upon themselves in did tut-bow streets should
repaired on I the proper system lo he
used, For the benefit nl the commit-
tee in question we wuuld point out
thai stone such as are now being used
or rather misused lor roud mending,
will nevor dn nny good, and will in-
variah'y, ns li evidenced all over the
citv. l.e obstructions to trulli.: and unsightly objects, which will tint inspire
...iv visitor with the ability of the
civic authorities. Several accidents
have been caused hy those obstructions
to say nothing nl the da...age to horses
leet, rig Bprings and tires, and burnetii ite stens should be lake., to remove
whnt is without doubt a disgrace to
the cily. Cm 1 ed rock nr crushed
tones is the only material for elHcionl
mad mending,and gives n solid foundation. The whole system now in
vogue is slovenly in the extreme, nnd
does not tend to impress the citizens
very highly in I.ivor..( the actions of
the public works committee. Wc
wnuld urge therefore that betoreany
money is wasted in this direction,
what damage has been done, be rectified and the streets cleared of these
rediculotis and unsightly efforts at
street, mending.
notice
Wc hnvo n ni bright oul the
pre...is." of Charlie ling, Lot No.
Five (:".), Hln.-1.. Ouo (1), and in
lend opening up n General
Chines. Store.
Arrowhead, Juno 19th, 1907.
KWONG SING YUEN CO.
Lee Box, Manager,
Local Rovciotckc
Socialist Party of Canada
Meets Vint anilThW Wail., .-.lay in . lie ....... II.
ill Selkirk Uull. tinataln., .its tun. Sulijuctlnr
ilUnwIon—"Atnlntmeut ol ('uinUllsin. All
lllteraated aru u.*li'o.ue.
ITI ■TT ' -   ' "*■* ft T C   ► XT '2   Y? A 1VV ■■? *
lnrnri*.rated bj Ae. cl I'a.lli. neol, IBM.
HRA1) OFFU'l-:, ■ - MONTREAL.
VV.m. M.iLHi.N Mai'imikksiin, Pihs. S. II. Ewix.i, Vice-Pres,
James Elliot, Gniu-rnl Malinger,
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two b.-anel.es in Canadu nud Agencies in all parts of the
world.
interest credited font'times a yet.r.il rii.ivui i Ies on Sittings
Hunk deposits, until further notice,
Cbc n^aiUlbcvalb
-1 woul . . . ea. - fly a vi-e'li'.-.n lor
their iirr.l lo order '.hi-paper lobe punctually
Bet-Tea ap, and to be looked upon a* a pari of
the fe,,-. :f;..:.-.'-ai.'.ison.
SATURDAY, JUNE 29, Wu'
MOSQUITO TEST.
T'n quesiii n ol mosquito extermination 1: is been ngain | ressed on the
oity council, and that body at tl.c-
last mei tii.- * k up the matter lor
discussi m, Althoueh nothing definite
was decided up n then, tbe wishes ol
FULL MEASURE BERRY BOXES
Prosecution for Attempts to sell
Goods in Short Weight Boxes
Ottawa, June 28.—There are to be
no small berry boxes this year. Fruit
inspectors huve been niter box manufacturers und have served notice upon
all nnd sundry that anything less than
legal size will mean prosecution. The
luw declares that berry boxes shall
contain not less I hao four-fifths of n
quart. The law hai been un the st:i-
site luoks Inr a lung lime without nnv
attention being paid to it, In the
first phu-e it was tlie duly ol the Trade
and Commerce Department to administer it. It was then turned over to
tbe Inlai d Revenue, Ollieials in tins
department were too busy to wi rry
aboul the size of berry boxes in d tin
result was thai thoy kepi getting
smaller. When they gol duwn to
about two-filths ol a quart t lie Administration hud t'i- law turned uver to
inspectors ol the Iruit branch. They
suited ufler sin.ill iruit men mi*: - in -
ner  without warning  al er   whiol
C. W. 0. w.
Mountain Vlow Camp, Ht. 229.
M.-il. Second mul I'Mirlli Wifilm-sdatH in
i-ii'.-l. ii.miiiIi, in Selkirk Ilnll. VIb1i.ukWond-
mon .-ur.li.illy Invited to attend.
W. II. AII.MSTltOS'.:. ('..>.. Cn...
11. vv. HOWARDS, Chirk.
~REVELSTOKt AERIE No. 432.
K.  0. E.
Tl.o rom.'ur mnelli.tts nro hol.1 In tho Belklrk
Hull i-.'-'S Tuesday ovoiiluu ul Si.'oloon.  Visit-
lug initlliiiiniir r.iinlly Invited.
II.   ., HHIIW'N. PnaslDBHT.
W ,-;. M,-l,Al'.III.IN.s.i-...:iAi.v.
Kotil. nnv Lo.iKU No. 15 A.F.& A.M.
Tu.: rutfulur  ....
■ held in
a'MlV^'fA       Hi  UuHinto    Toinjile,
i    i y\i * I    Id-1 Kelluws Hnll.oi
M?    *'?---■ '   mmti.ui. VI.nine'ii.ll.
'■*■? }^>^0^>K"' 'wiiaiiy i*,:1
.:. A. l'ltl..'l'NII-:i!, Sk(:.i..;ta..v.
SElKtriK LODt.2 f.*0 IS. 1.0.0. F.
Meets every Thursday
i.veuiiiu In Selkirk
Hull at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brothren cor-
dlally n.viieil to attend
I. ' AT11I'-, -', J
H.C, I A trcMl.lN. N,"
Colli llnge tetlgo, K. ef P.,
mx    Ho. IH, Mi.tfittolie, B, C.
" mi
i»i
Hall   -
Knlght-
EVERY WKDNI-.sliAY,
pi Third Wednesday ol
nil.,... ll.e Oddfellows'
s o'clock. Vi.-itiiij.
hr- (-..niially invited.
J. A, LESLIE, CC,
U. II. BROOK, K. ..I It iS,
11.... MOWN, M. of F
THE MONEY SAVING
W0BK-3AVIMG JOAP
That's Royal Crown kind—
ninde in Vancouver—Largest
Snap Factory west of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washing.irecusy with ilshelp.
And thc money saving is the
Premium System
Booklei tells what we give (or
Roval Crown Wrappers. Send
tor *t—Free—Also lry the
Soap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
R EVn^TOKF, R. C.
E. A, HAGGEN, Rl
Houses, Business Blocks
Husiness & Residential Lots
Suburban Lands
in Acreage Lots
Fine Farm and Fruit Lands
in     Revelstoke,     Arrowhead
Galena ii.iv, Okanagan Lakes
Okanagan Valley and Salmon
Arm.
AU E3T.\rE ANU IHSURIfJCE AGENT
RtiVBLOTOKE,   3, 0,
Bring Y©sir Purse
fits
tomi.. Siore if ynu want to puechas.
a New Carpel, Fine Oriental or Wil
Inn rug, .nut!ion ui-linoleum and se.
how much further its contents willi
toke ynu in pill-chasing tlinn it will at
any other sion. in the oity. Out
Spring styles lire ready for ynui
sele.-linn.
B. HOWSON & OOMPANY
THF. LAND ACT,
Under the new low all applicati n
I .r timber  as well as land mint In
>.,.-ted up in tbe Government record.
-ii ii..! I--;: . rs ■; in   ihal none - .r i
men ordered.
the public that the council should stir ,,y„rt. Kere renewed thia Bprii .
themselves  and  be up and doing to   result is they have reported to Otta
commence a campaign against  the tbat they have so tar found
... .    ..  , ii  i sued berry b-xes on tbe market and
invidl  is  insects  that  are   already ,   .    . ,    .,	
asserting therosel*. i. Coal oil, properly used will, in most cases, Imve
the desired effect, but since this
remedy ii perh ipi • i- naive, and il it
is to be intr-duced. let its nee be in
the bands ol some efficient person,
Coal oil sprayed on all stagrant water,
swamps and places where mosquitoes
are likely I - breed will di li y tbe
germi Long . .-■ li ill i harb ir
I i such insects a:el were the gl ill
tbat growi ink i I lean ... over the
city.treet.- cut d .wi th. liki ihood ol
mosquitoe, 1 reediog Ihere xi luld In-
lessened and the city a ild I .ve a far
more trim and .-rd" rty Bppearai -
SMALL FRUIT SEASON
Increased Supply Fails to Meet
Demand   Prices Stiffened
Chiel activity jusl now la ..  the
. ■ ■ ... - .-. ere there  ire levers
changea,     I..    itra« •-. rj   see - i i
now uver and has witnessed a peculiar
I ment.
Although Iruil rai ching h n - ■■!-
tremend ui itridei yel the irge
:■..-..! supply hai nol been lull c enl
to mei: the greater demand, conse
quently prices have hardened and while
-;,.- price . ist year was I'i, dealers are
asking $2.60 to -f-'t wholesale this sea-
-.mi.    1 he greatest .1.........I has come
mu the Northwest and it is into this
•ecti.i.i tlmt the strawberries Irom
Mi--, n. vv honm rk and other Interior
i-iini- lms gone,    Vancouver people
ing office.    They must bear the gold   lave l.,d to be content with Burnaby
commissioner's Btamp and beadver   and \ ictoria Iruit, 	
t -,,| in thi ii etrii I v.].' n tin la. di
are I. cated S ich ••:■ lhe .- ilienl
point! ol the new - r amended Lai d
I ul whicli f..- h c. -1.-: .. and
. - ndi ritai ding hai ariai.,, and ti
, : -i we have been lequi -:- tl
I aide. ■-. draw pul.lie attention,
x| tion eai be gi. n l
tlu act ::...:. by instancing the local
situation All application! lor limber
limits in the Kevelstoke district and
the whole ol .North West Kootenay
must be posted in the Government
recording office in tho city ol Revelitoke and must bear the Go .1 Com.
mi.sioner's stamp. All lands and
timber notice! located hencelorth in |
THE    OPPORTUNITY
To Buy Property in and Around
REVELSTOKE   IS   NOW!
Never Again will it bc so tow
I have Inr suit- Ihe following.—
One Cottage, corner Charles and
Douglas Sl, —$8oo, easy Icrrns.
Tuo Houses, Third St.—St,500
each,
One   Hi'iisi-,  corner  King and
From St*. -$1,700.
(In.. House on Douglas St, —S800,
Eighl Acres jusl outside thc 1 ity
Limits, suitable forfruit-  $100 per
acre.    Together with larger  lots
of Fruit L.in.l** in-1  -   - -
Al*.1 one j* fool        *    ible for
business site on Firsl  Street, close
-,- McKenzie Ave.
For full p-rtit.-i.!f.r* npplv to;
W.   B.   R09ERTS0N
Revelstoke, B  C
THE REVELSTOKE WINE a SPIRJf CD.
I.IMIIKI).
Import direct from Country ol origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE   ii. O.
{ P.   BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.  i
BKADOKPtCRi  0AI.OABY, Ai.iiKit-r*.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
e.irk Packera and IJeuler
■'■..tins ol Alherta. Ilritisli
1   "lu. or   nr" II1..H1.11I Hii-.nl,,-in.IShiiinrn'k llriii-l l,-fi| Mint A
Live Slock. Vfurkota ... ..11 the |irln.'l|iil Cilia an.l
..iliiiin nml tin. Yukon. Piu-ki'la nl tl.o t'elclii.ltt-d llrillul
1. ni. 1 sliumrnek llnu'l l...-.f 1 nnl.
m9B9mmmm»vs^BaBtmmBmmwmmmm%nasimmmwt$
MEDICINE   HAT
Buy Lols in "Beresford Place" and double your money in ;i short lime.
This s fitilivi.ii.n is near lhc centre uf the Cily, surrounded l.y subdivided
Property and i* a good investment. -Prices $;,*,, $85, Sinn, $125.—Terms,
ten per cent. cash, balance in $5 monthly payments.   Torrens title.
VV'.-i... lor Particulars L,-^aiicE3&-
P. 0. BOX. 118,       (-■      V '      ("-. T A r-. f*N      REAL ESTATE AND
isro»
nx. ns.    r■    \'    OTAriO    nEAL ESTATE AND
OKE. B..0   r.    V.   O I MUlVJ,   ceheral OBOKEB
vammnaaeiammtnMM
WILSON'S
FLY
PADS
Kill them al..
No dead flint
lying- ahout
whon uead aa
dlrootml.
— SOLD BV —
0RUCCIST6, CROCERS AND CEHERAL STORES
IOc por rautiot, or 3 packet* for JSc.
will laat a wholo ••••on.
No. 5 Company. R. M.R,
The Company par •:•   : r - ro
ll -. Ihe   Drill  H
night,  - ■
.,   inspecliot
..n July ,
liy '-:■
td II. V. BROWS   0   '
WA NTKI)
WANTED   V .... girl,
I..-!..id Hotel,  N
I iOR   - \i.i-;   v i'..   .        if.
I'    i, i-i...   rnsl am.    \\
,-(|ll.      Vppl      I. 1 ■ : --'    .11.1.1   I
Iml: - ILK  -i    1 ■  ■
'    llli'l to              ind n few general purpose I.mi ■'■-,   wi 11 bt
would   in ikp  good del
P ease   '    -■..-.   -     in requii
I-:. A   11    mi . R ! 1  B.C.
WAN'i I-.I.     Everyone   h iving b
hou ■ II or    ..nt in Ilal it
1 ith n.e.   I nm Hooded "i'i.
I'm- house  properties,    Phone, rail, or
ilrnp me .1 curd  with full  di
mul purchase price, nr renl required,
I-l. A. Haggen, Real Estate  -
f,in--- Atn-nl. Revelstoke, B. I
ITTAN I F.I'   Wi 1  .n.'l   Women   fo
\V    Iim, 11 I hei trade,    -
,1- |l r Itions I'm Ili- lo fl.        VV 1:
: 'in ning.     Particulars   fi     Molei
Hn.her College, '3 I Cnrrall st..  Van
... H.C. i22»l
iioit sai.i-; nil.   RENT   A   11	
I' room "in ig". Apply lo John
ihirlnnd. Hnlm,. k Bed - rn '"i:;*
I »l. \.KS\iri H I. WANTED 1 -
I) (Ifliup li|f..-ksi..ii.lis ivf.ni...I. Ap
ply to Lamb-Watson Lumber t 0,
Arinwhead, B, 0, :n
ANTED     tlx.i   it-.iriii   dining
room girl at once.    Wages sjiid
pel   muni h.     Apply,   Halcyon  Hoi
springs, lli.liy...., Il.C.      2wwdj20
WAVI'I'lil   A  Vl'aii.res.i, upply   ul
II.,I.-I Id-t-i 1    it...
rANTKD  (lund i.iu.-i ,,f Limber.
j!
>uiX. *-*^-V-»* IWV*^* *VWW%*<tvVfc%%%'*'%.*^**»^ V»
J ['LACK YOUR ORDERS WITH *
* S. McMAHQN, - FIRSTSTREET
- ■ Ajr i-iil.-iril Implumenta. furrlnae'   U'ium,**  l-:.i... John
i -a Plonchs, lloliue Wukou", Canada t'nrriuuo Company's
r .-..-•'     Planet jr., , i.i r. (*-,, snedera and Cultivators, Wheel-
V ■■.  and Blacksmith Work attended ....   Horae Shoohig
*
".*•*• *4
8iitro1
Cli    iiaUUU
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Alir IHAH80M   BR03.   PROPr'ETDRS.
....      uii'.     Fi n-clam in every respect.    All modern conveniencep
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates 41 60 per Day, Sped I We-kly Rule:,
Qiifien's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with thc choicest the
market affords, Best Wines, Liquors untl
'inns.   Ratss $1 a day,   Monthly rate,
J.   ALBEET     KTOISTE     PROP.
w
V\    Well located,    Orown grunt
I'hifl.io  Libby,  Iowa,
aUUtlt
I -referred
■ft. a a,
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
I'm-,1 brands 01 Wines, Liquorsand Cigars, Travellers to
Fish Creek ivill find excellent accommodation at ilii.i
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - ■        Proprietor
"hotel victoria
.•_*■■
End ol day in ordinary latitjuing d»e>
WON'T TIRE YOU
IMPROVEMENT NUMBER  FIFTEEN
You can't stand in one position five minutea without tiring. You can t
lie long in a plaster jacket without tiring. You can't ride many hours
in a bain without tiring. And you can't walk any distance or stand
any time in hard, slid, rigid, shapeless, ordinary shoes without tiring.
Why ? Because anything that confines the muscles and hinders or
impedes (rcedom ot muscular action produces fatigue. Want lo
know how tiring your ordinary shoes are ? Well, just put) them off
after a strenuous day and note the soothing, relieving, refreshing
sensation that creeps over thc body.
Foot-rites are built with six ingenious devices to give die (eet
absolute liberty of muscle action, viz:
With Plumb-Line Level Heel and Sole to keep heel and ball on
the precise level Nairn, intended, which gives foot bottom freedom.
With Unwarpable Soles to insure the feet lying free and flat
instead of pinched and curled up.
With Toe-Freedom, UncoDapsable Box Toes to allow lhe toei
barefoot freedom.
With Hurtless Instep Seams and "Won't Bket" Hoob and Eyei
to promote freedom in the uppers.
With "Normal-Calf," almost as soft and supple a the calf s live sltin,
to provide a pliant, yielding, freedom-feeling canopy over the feet.
And with Easy Insides, (ormed exactly the some size and shape
as the feet which inhabit them, to eliminate pinching, squeezing and
binding and give (he foot muscles free, unconfined, natural action.
These insides are produced by Foot-rite Foot-Sculptured Luts.
The Foot-rite retailer in your town will prove the free muscle action
feature and consequent "Won't Tire You" improvement of Foot-
rites, if you'll call on him. You'll find his name below end his door
swinging inward but never outward to find a more welcome store.
Anywhere in America, Canada or Great Britain—$4X0 and
$5.00. Every pail Goodyear Welted.
THE Foot-rite SHOE
FOR MASCULINES
THE SHOE WITH TWENTY IMPROVEMENTS
BOSTON   THE Foot-rtt* SHOE CO., MAKERS   MoNTRiai
End ol day in "Won't Tire You" Fool-rile.
McKinnon & Sutherland
SOLE  AGEIMTtl  FOR
R'VEL5T( KE.
ROBT
Under   New   Management)
LAUGHTON,   Prop,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   C.
Fi.'hl-cl.'.s accommodation lor travellers.
Iiest brands ul Wines, Spirits, and
Cigurn.
RATES   $'   AND   $160   PER   DAY
FFlfcC  BUS  MEETS  ALL  TRAINS
MONEY SAVED
A SAVING OF
25c. to 50c. on the $
CAN BE MADE ON
Your Grocery, Clothing
Drygoods and Shoe Bills
RV DEALING WITH US
ALL GOODS  ARE QUOTED
EXPRESS OR FREIGHT
PREPAID
WE PAY FREIGHT to an/railway station
1.. Western Ontario, Maul ol.;., Snskatche
wuu, Alberta and British Columbia,
Write for our Latest Prioe List, li is
mailed free nn rec-.iesi.
Wc only handle the Jbesl goods money
can buy, only goods or best mills, manufacturers and packers shipped.
Wo make Prompt Shipment!.
Wn absolutely guarantee satisfaction
utnl Dsllvoiy,
All Oootls Guaranteed or Money Refunded,
It i-. a duty to You, 10 Ynur Family and
lo your I'u. It... Bool, lo Investigate our
prices.
We tin nol belong 10 the Jobbers' or
It.-,.tilers' Ouild ur Association or any
111.SI.
Rolerenoes I Any Hank, Railway or
K:;|ires*. Company in lhe Ciiy, or ll.e
nam... of twenty Ihausand sa.isfied customers in the lour provinces.
Write for Our Prioe List To-day,
Northwestern  Supply   House
2]9 und 261 Stanley Street
WINNIPEG        • <      MANITOBA I'hone 7J.
SEEDS! TREES!
PLANTS!
No Seediest I'luini; No l'itlcss
Apples; No Cobleil Com,—just old
reliable varieties ut reasonable prices.
Kerlilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray rumps
Sprayiug Material, Cut Flowers, eto.
Oldest established nursery on tl.e
mainland ol Il.C.   Catalogue Iree,
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
ailCNNOUSER AND IIIDHOUIII VAHOOUVtfl.OX.
I'.S— If your local merchants do
not handle my seeds, send direct.
Wo prepay litty packets, assorted
varieties of garden seeds in 5c. papers
(tested stock), to your nearest post
olliee for if 1.00, twenty packets lor 6O0.,
trial collection,
E.W.B. PAGET
Express
Draying s
Storage
All Kinds of Light and Heavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES, PIANOS, ETC
Dealer In Wood, Coal and Feed.
House Fhoni ]
'
! *.T
11] I H li
We Imve sn few lots left at $100 each.   These are close in
and we guarantee them all perfectly level.
They will be on the market for 30 days only.   Prices will
be advanced in the course of a few days.
VIH
Lethbridge is fast becoming on important city and its
future prosperity is assured.
Buy now and get in before the advance.
Three Railways,   vast   coal deposits, and best wheat
lands in Alberta.
it
ITE, DOUGLAS & DRURY,
CALGARY, ALBERTA.
KINCAID & ANDERSON,
LOCAL SELLING AGENTS,  REVELSTOKE,   B.C.
*
WILD CATTING
Toronto Publication Gives a
Good Portrait of a "Wild
Cat" Company,
Tlie Canadian Mining Journal uf
Toronto gives tue followiug vivid por-
tn.il.iite uf a "wild cut" cump my. VV'o
winder ii I! vrlstokers hud anything
..(u like nature,   This is it:
"Tin- dircctorsul this company ex-
pec: to make ten times their money
.ml uf tl.e pub ic, ns tie y do not contemplate putting iheir ba.d-curt.ed
in my ill .. uny mining enterprise.
S.. far ihe c .inp.iny lus twu mining
piopertics, (or which they paid a iot.il
of $130,
'•Properly No. 1 ms* ihem $100,antl
prnperti N .. **. $11(1, besides Uvo bottles
nl whisky lor the e...harassed prospect
.-r from whom they la.tight the c'.ii.ns.
Already about $37 wort I. of work bus
been dene on property No. 1 at an ex-
pe- diiure ul fl-SO. The directors have
uisn paid $5 to the mining expert for
his report, and have promised to print
5.000 copies of tie prospectus as an
advertisement for him.
"No veins hnve us yet leen die-
covered on tbe property, but one tine
wull Ins been found lo which n small
stringer of snultite was attached,
winch one mining expert pronounced
oalci'e, and which, he said, would un-
tl nl.tenly lead tt. rich silver values at
depth. Tlie property is only 655!)
del 3J In, Iron the Woolly Wonder
mine, «h w veiii ui.rexperl has traced
over on nor property
"Tl.e oi.mpany lms spa ed no expense in securing the services of Mr.
Li.flw.ill, the mining expert, who
graduated with honors at Fakorb-.rg
iu 1837 and who hm hud 102 yeuis
... d three months' exp-riei.ee in this
I. f.i.ch ul mining.
"Wc quite the lollowing from our
. Xpert's report. 'The coin.try rock is
u trecni-h grny calcareous peroxidite,
heavily mineralised with horuaceous,
... im.is11if inagapl...in. g fihit", and i*
ru l.y vi..lent- in.iUf.iuus ol pink felt-
i apthic andoiile, with rhyolusic inclusions. This gives an abundance ■ I
cn.tacts in the properly, which will
increase i value us they go doivn
Only one contact is still lacking, and
yuur directors must arrange (or  that.'
"In ro. elusion our expert adds:
'Th'« is und iiii i.d lhc line-t property
1 have seen in tlie camp '
"We want it clearly understood
thut we nre not responsible lor any
statements made l.y our expert; also
thut none ..I the directors are putting
any of their money into the enterprise
hut are relying on the public's money
entirely to make it a success."
TRACK TO BE CHANGED.
Deviation of Two Miles of track
at Rogers Pass.
A contract whicli involves the deviation of two miles of the iniin line ol
tbe C. P. It. ut Rogers Pass, the summit of the Selkirk, has been awarded
to Messrs. Mucin...-11 & Gzowski, engineers and contractors ol Vancouver.
Work will be started just as soon as
the contractors can place their equipment on the ground, and it is expected that the undettaking will be com-
0 pleted by December. The contract
price ol the work approaches the sum
ol $100,000.
The reason lor the deviation of the
track at Rogers Puss is primal ily that
more yardage accommodation may be
secured there. Rogers Pass, owing to
ita situation on the summit ot the
Selkirk range, is something ol a divi
sionnl point though it is not olliciully
designated as such.
During the winter months it is the
headquaitera ol all the unowphnvs and
thoir crews in that distriot, whicli
in both directions from the summit,
There is also always a considerable
amount ol (.eight trallic handled at
Rogers Pass east anil westbound, and
more yard room than is ut preient
available has become a necessity. The
tracks are to ho swung out into tl.e
middle ol the valley and will ho removed Irom all danger ol slides at
that puint,
C.P.R. FIGHT SCHOOL TAXES
Railroad Maintains it is Exempt Fi om Assessment.
Camhuv, -Vita, .lime 28.—The
Canadian Pncilic Railway nas given
notice ol an import int action tint
will ull'.'ct- Maiii>oha, Smkutchow...
and Alberta ma'eiiully. For years
-bu Canadian Pacilic Ruilivay bus
nn inl;. inert ibat its general exemption
pro ision provides exemption Irani
sell nl t.xes The ca-e w.s (ought oil.
ou the action -I a school section in
Mar.it. bo and in this lain..us case tie
Cn.dim I'nrjine R.ilway lost.
l'lie Cau.idi ui l'n He. Railway Iw
always maintained ihnt the case wenl
iff nn a tangent and the Privy 0 .unci
whioh decided ugninst the Canadian
Pacilic had decided tho case, not nn
.ts merits, but nu an immaterial purl
I tbe cus.'. The Canadian Pauillo
Railway asked for an uppnal which
was not allowed.
Now the Spruce Valley sclli.ol section bus been informed that the
Jan..dim Pacilic declines to pay its
sell .ol taxes and Ju-tice Stewart, has
ben asked to fix the date (or argil,
ment.
Canadian P rife Railway solicitors
announce tint this is a test oaso un.l
tl.e whole matter will le lousht out
again, irrespective nf the findings in
the Manitoba school c;.Be.
The case ia nf enormous importance
to ihe th.ee prairie provinces, as ttpn.i
it depends the right of three provinces
to collect, school taxes Irum Canadian
Pacilic Railway lands.
CARD OF THANKS
The Indies..( the Catholic Church
wish to think the Independent Hand
and nil others who so willingly gave
their services ond assisted in making
the sirawl-erry (oslivnl, in every sense,
:i decided aucjess.
B. HiiTomsoK, Sec.
J. MclNTYRE & SON
Full line of Groceries and Dairy
Produce, Men's Supplies, Etc.
Fresh stock n'w.tya arriving at
lowest prices.
FIRST STREET, ■ XfSSOLm
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Deer Heads. Animals. Birds, Fish, ,*Rtc.
SIOUX 'RD
Airnuil  Ktij. * Mounted.
P I). BnxHl.
Studio:   Comer nf First St. and Bnvle Ave.
Ui-VHi.tof-e. U. u.
STORAGE I!
Furniture, Pianos, nr Merchandise,-* torod i n dry-well-built warehouse in convenient location.
E. A.  HAQQEN,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
Rovelstoke, li. C.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.  B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
Furniture Stock and Premises
For Sale.
le.ndora will bo rocolvod bj- lho undersigned
ill. to 12 o'clock noon nn the 19lh da)' of July.
101)7, lor thc purchase of Iho stock In trade ol
ourpeb., furniture, ..lc. belonging to tl.o estate
ottnolnte John K. Wood of Hiivclatoko, and
also (or thc pnrohtiao of lho property lately
occupied hy hint us a Furniture, atoro and rooming houao, altuute on Lot 2S, Uluok 21. Plan S36A
Rovelstoke. Separate tenders may be mado for
lho atock in trado nnd for thu renl catato or
tondcrs may bo mndo for tho atock and renl
(Miniir together.
The hlghct or any tender will not neceaanrlly
hc accepted. Stock Hals and tho property to bo
sold ...ay bo exmnlncd on application to the
undersigned.
Dated Juno 12th, 100".
0K0. S. McCAIlTKIt,
Jua il lit Official Ailn.lnlatrntor.
NOTIGE.
Notice .8 hereby given that 60 dayi (romdate
I iuii'ini lo npply lo the Honourable the Unlet
Commissioner ol Und*. and Works (or permission to purchase tbo following described
lands, situated at Ualena Bay, iii West Kootenay dlntriet:
Commencing at a post inarked "ff. it, Roid's
south-east corner post," and planted m cbalm
aouth from (ho north-west corner of c. Reek's
Lot 7048, thence west % chains, tlumee north
4u chains, thenee oast a) chaini, thenee iouth
40olialus lo puiui uf eumnioneoutcni, and containing su acres ni.ii-i'iir lens.
Dated May Und, 1907.
Cool Suits
ior Eol Days
Flannels-hom England.
Blues, greens, grays,
whites etc. Beautilul
effects,
Serges—"Imperial"
(registered) Blue Serge
I   Suits,  Guaranteed fast
color.
7u*)<Ws-genuine Scotch
weaves. Splendid shape-
holding fabrics.
Worsteds—beautiful
grays, in a host of
elegant effects that are
exclusive wilh Fit-
Reform.
$15. up.
149
McKinnon & Sutherland -  Revelstoke
ut uy a
W, R, RKID.
w^™-fPW~^* «*y«i*"W' -.*•" ..
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J4ACE
UNBREAKABLE FIRE-POT
The lower portion of a fire-pot is usually neyly
or partly filled with dead ashes, leaving tl.e live,
red-hot coals in the upper part. Th.: result is lh it
the upper portion expands much nunc than the
lower.
This uneven expansion causes fl strain
too great for a one-piece fire-pot to si nd,
Sooner or later it will split, allowing pmcu ns
heat   antl   sickening   gases   lo
escape.
But the fire-pot of lhc Funshine
is constructed to meet Ibis .011-
dition. It is in lwo sn .ions. The
upper half expands, is much as
necessary, independently of the
lower. When cool, it contracts
back to its original size, lining
fltown,       ft   ,0 ll* 'owcr 'lalf Perfccl'y'
And this strong, unbreakable,
gas and heat-light, two-piece
fire-pot is just one of the many
superior fcaturesof the Sunshine,
If your local dealer does not handle the
"Sunshine," write direct to us for FREE
BOOKLET.
M'Claiyi,
London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, N.B.
BOURNE BROS*, - Local Agents
/_
NEGLECTED EYES
Jewelers AND Opticians
Next to Imperial Bank
Improperly fitted glassesftro worse than
no glasses find nogl oci oil eyes oflen means
blindness.
Our Optical Department i* 111 charge o
Mr. M. S, Hastings, Kef. 0., and positively guarantee satisfaction.
Il lias been proven lhat oo per cent, of
headaches are caused by defective eyes
and it does nol follow that because you
have good eyesight lhat yonr eyes are not
defective.
Have your eyes all ended to now and
save trouble and expense.
HASTINGS, DOYLE AND ALLUM, LTD.
M'by
Limited
Regl'lerd Office   -   Enderby, B.C.
Authorized Capital,  -  $250,000.00
in Shares of $1.00 Each.
In order lo give Ihe publican
opportunity of acquiring an interest in this important local enter*
prise, the Directors have decided
to ofler for sale a small block-
10,000 only—of Treasury Shares.
This is Ihe first lime that tbe slock
of Ibis Company has beeu placed
on llio open market. The price
will be jjocc.ita pot-share, payable,
25 cents on applicntion, and 25
cenls in 60 days. Forms of application, rind ail necessary information, can be obtained from iho undersigned. Subscription list will
positively close July ist, 1907.
GRAHAM ROSOMAN, Sec Treas., Enderby, B.G.
E. A. SPRING
BOOT AND HARNESS
MANUFACTURER
First-Class Logging and Mining
Bouts made lo order.
Hand-Sewn Logging and Team
Haaness a speciality.
All kinds ol Pack Straps and
Tic Lines Btocked.
FIRSTSTREET
Opposite the Union Hotel
KEVKLSTOKE. B. 0.
Evans & Woodrow
MEAT MARKET
Dealers in Beel, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and Game in
Season. Orders promptly at-
tend"d to,
First St. Revelstoke
WAH CHUNG
All kinds of Green Vegetables ready for the Market.
Fresh local grown Strawberries $3.25 and $3.50 Per
Crate.
Ripe Gooseberries 10c.
Per Lb.
Notice is hereby given that 80 days utter dati
J Intend toapply to tho Cbiel Comm'sslouer of
Land*- nnd Works fur ns leeial 'iceii-c tu cut
nnd carry l.raber frum the followiug described
lands sitiinteil in lln* rm i(.un Diatrict, H <:.;
1. Communcing at tt pnat marked "\\ J.Otto'a
north-wont cotuor," planted on Canoe lllver about
■fli uiili-s (ruin mouth uf Ptarmigan Cretik, ihonce
;ii) chains east, thonco 80 chains, south, thepee SO
chains weit, thence ,*o chain.-- north to point of
l!iiil)llli'IH-i'Illi*'l1.
Dated March29th, UOV.
2. iJoiumo'H-Ing nt -a poat markoil "W. ,f, Otto's
hou tti west corner," planted ou Ptarmigan Uwek
about* 4 milos up from mouth, thence to chains
oast, tlienco so chaina north, thence 8't chaina
vfCBt, thonce 8" chains soutli lu point »f common-
meut.
:t. Commonclng ata post markod "W.J.Otto'a
south-west como*," planted on Ptarmigan Creek,
iilimit 7 milea (run montli, thenco »' i haina eaat,
llienee in chahiB aouth, thenoe 80 oheinseast,
Mieiic"4*u chains north, thencu tii cbaina west,
thence ffl cbaina north, thenoe 80 chnhir, went,
tlience 10 chains mint n to point of com meneement.
4. Commencing hi a post mark>-d'"A, j,
otto's Houlh-weat corner," plauted ou i'Urml-
uan oreek aboul1.) miles from tlie moulh,thenee
KiO cliains cast, ilienre 40 ehalus uorth, thettco
iw o'.ains west, [henco 40 chaius south io
point 'f commeneeaiont.
Dated Maroh V8th, 1907.
5. Commencing at a post marked "W. J.
Ot o's north.cast corner, plauted on (anoe
River abou'GO miles Irom moulh, thence 160
elinins west, thenee40 chainssout-S thonce lOu
elinins e-ist, thence 40 chalna uortb to point of
common, cement.
Dated Mnrch Hit, 10H7.
(i. Cc nniencing at a post marked "W. J
Olio's north-cant corner," planted on Canoe
River about Cl miles from mouth, thonce 80
chains-.outh, thenco 80 ohains west, thenco So
chains noii.h, thonee 80 ohains cast to poiut of
common-foment,
7. Coinineneilig at a *iost mnrkod "W.J.
Olio'ssouth-east corner,' plnntod on Canoe
Kiver nbout 111 miles fron; tho mouth, thunce
80 chains north, thenoo 80 chain*- wesC, thence
80 ehains south, thonee 80 chnius cast lo point
of commencement.
8. Commencing at a post marked "\V\ J.
Olio's north-oast corner,' planted on Canoe
River nbout 70 miles from mouth, Ounce 80
chains south, Ihence 80 chains west, theuce SU
chnius north thenco 13 chnlns cast to point of
commencement.
9. Commencing at a post marked "W.J.
tlo'fi south-east corner,'  plnnted on Cnnoe
Itiver about 70 miles from ils mouth, thence
llio chains west, thenoo 40 cbnins north, thence
160 ehnins enst, thence 40 cliains south to point
of commoncomont.
Datod Mnrcli 30th, 1007.
sat jun 1        _____ W.J. OTTO.
JS OTICE
Front Street, Revelstoke
TELEPHONE 20.
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JU^T ON  THE  MARKET
Vancouver Manufacturer needs good
men to repront the very latest novelty.
Agents coining money, Oet wise, start
working for yourself. E\ vbody buys on
sitfht. IVofils (.ner nne hundred per ienl.
Don't waste time asking foolish questions,
bul send one dollar for fillOSt samples in
America.
THE   PHOENIX   COMPANY,
Spaie 4, 435 Granville Si,,
Vancouver, II, C.
Take notice that Andrew Klt.son. of Hevelsluke, B.O Miner, intends ro apply for a
special timber license over the following described lands situate In the Revelsloke Division o West Kootenay Distriet, B.C.
1. Commenting al a post planted on the
north uank nf l-'mt Creek, about ' t mile above
tin: north fork nud marked "Andrew Kit
son's a E. corner post," tlienco running 4u
clmins norlh, thence 100 cbnins west, thence
40 chains south, iheuce ir*o chaius eut to
point of commencement and e»nlaluiugG4u
acres mure or less
Dated May _7th, 1907.
2, Commencing at a poat plnulcdaiViit'^
mile nonh of Plat Creeft,aud aoout Ji mile
above the norlh lurk and maiked " uidrew
Kitson's S. W, cornor pust," thenee running »i
ohaina north, thouco BO cnains eaat. thence 80
chains south, thouoe 80 cliains west to puint of
cumuienceuicni, and cuntaining 040acres more
or less
Daled May 27th 1907.
8. Commepolug nl a post planted about }A
mile north dl Flat Creek aud \ mile above toe
iiu'tli nrk and mnrked "Andrew Kltsoo'sN,
Vi, c-irut-r vost," theni*e running ft chains
Bi'Uth, thuu e SO chains oast, tlience Ru ohains
norib, iheuce so eliains west to point of com-
ineiieeiiiLUi, nu.l containing '>I" acres mureur
lesi*.
Daied May 27th, 1907.
4 Cuinmetii-lug at a post p'nnted on the
norib i. uk uf Klatc.cok aboul i ■l:nili-> below
', north fork ami marked"^uurew KlUon'a
b U " mer punt." thence running 80 chain*
nm . . io chaiua cast, IhouoMU ohains suuth,
thence 10 chains earn, them-e KI chnius south,
tlienco wi tv i1 ohains, tbence 40 chalna uurth,
thence 40 l-i,a us went to point uf comracuo.
meat and cum-iitiiiigMOaiTes mure or leas,
Dated May'J7th.li.07.
5. Commencing at a post planted un the
nurth bankof flat Creek,about i\\ miles below
the nuriii turk uud marked ''Andrew Kftaon'i
S.W, coruer pusl." thenci' running SO chains
north, thenoo 40clinms east, then -ciO ehains
BOUth, Ihence 40 .iiniii*- east, ihence SO ehnlua
suulh, theuce 111 ehalus went, theme 'Jo clialns
nurih, theuce 10 chains west tu point ul cum-
ineuoomenl, and cuntaliilug 610 ncres mure or
less
Datod May 37th, 1007,
sat June 8 ANDIIKW KITStJN.
Revelsloke Land Distriot,
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Henry Ambrose Morris, of
Revelstoke, H.C., occupation Free Miner. In*
tends to apply for speoial tinder licences over
the follow iiiit described land.:—
1. Commencing ».t a post plantcil lU milea
Iiiiiii Hit; im.utli ui the south fork of liownit*
Creek, maiked "Henry Ambrose Morris's. >;. oorner poat," thenee west 100 chains, tbence north I1)
chains, tlience east   16! chains, thciitt- south ID
chalna to point of commencement, containing eto
acres moru or less.
2. Commenci ig at a post planted \% miles
from ihe muulli of the south fork uf Downie
Creek, marked "Henry Ambrose Morris1 X li corner post,*1 theuce west ioo chaini, thence south 0
chains, theoce east lyi cbatos, tlience north 4o
chains to point ol commencement, containing wu
acres more cr less.
3. Commencing at a poat planted t\i miles from
the muuth of the south fork of Downie Creek,
niaiked "Henry Ambrose Morris' S.K coiner post,"
thenco west 130 chains, thence north m chains,
thence east 100 chains, theoce south 40 chains to
pnint of commencementjContainlng wu acres mure
:ir less.
4. Commencing nt a post planted 2]g miles from
Uie mouth uf the south fork of Duwnie Creek,
marked "Ilenrj imbroae Morris'N.E.corner poit,
tlience west 160 chains, tlitu:o south tu chaina,
thenceeast loo chains.thence iiortu 40 ch.onsU)
point of commencement, containing wu acres
more ur less,
5. C' ilii.eiiciii: al a pust planted 3H miles up
from the muulli oi the south fork of Dowuie creek,
marked ''Henry Ambrose Morns' tj.K.OOmer post,1*
thonce west 160 chains, thence n< rth 40 cnains,
thence cart ltHi chains, thence suulh Vi chains to
poini of commencement, containing 610 acres mure
or less.
Dated June 21st, 19J7,
0. Cum aeiici.ii* at a post planted :■;*-, miles up
from Llie muuth nf the iouth fork uf Downie creek.
marked "Henry Ambrose Morris* N.B.oornar post,
ihence west 160 chains, theme smith to cnains,
thenceeast It'i chains, tlio nei- nurth 40 chaina to
point of commencement, containing 640 acres more
or less.
7. Commencing at a post phnted on the aouth
fork of Dowuie Creek about 4} mili-s frum llie
moulh, marked "Henry Ambrose Morris' S.K. corner post," theuce west iuj chains, thenco north40
cliains, tlience east ltW chains, thence south 40
chains to pnint of commencement, containing W0
acres mure or less*
8. Commencing at a post planted on the south
fork uf Downie Creek about 4; mites from tbe
moulh, marked "Henry Ambrose Morris1 N.E, corner poat," tbence weat 160 chains, thenee southlJ
chains, thonce east HO (hains, thence north 40
chains tu point uf commenoement, containing 610
acres more or less.
9. Commencing at a post planted on the souih
fork of Dowoie Greek, about 6 miles from the
mouth, miirke.l "Henry Ambrose Munis' S.K. cor-
ner post," theoce west 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence east SU chains.thence soulb SO
chains to point of commencement, containing 64u
acres more or less.
10. Commencing at a post p'ante.l on the aoutb
furs i-f Downie Cieek al^ut six miles frum the
moulh. marked "Henry Ambrose Morris' N.K, corner post," thence west 40 chains, theuce south 160
chains, thence east 40 cliains, thence north 160
.-hains to point of commencement, containing WO
acres more or leu,
Dated June 22nd, 1907.
sat jun a»        DBNRY AMBROSE MORRIS.
NOTIGE
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium.
Un.l..r tin. i.i-iv iiiiiiiiij...|ii..|it|..f
11Ai.itv Moli rom,    in in-1 Hi.tisB
It. Hand.
rnllE MBDIOAL WATERS nf lln*
X cyiin mi! il..' most Ml.1 live In the
world. A |..'.C'l., n.iL.ii.l ..'...cil,' I.i.nii Nm vous mul Muscular dliiftie*,
Liver, Kiilnev unit Stn.nnch ailments
and Metallic Po'sonliiR, A since...e
for "That Tin.l FceliuK." Special
rates on all hunts and ti.ni'h. Two
mails airive nn.1 di ait every ilny.
Teirgrii I. coinmiin ntion with all
nin.i? of the world,
Thumb-$12 tt. $18 per week.   Por
further particular! apply to
HAHIlY McINTOSH
Halcyon Hot Springs
ArroUi LaKe. B, C
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mnnufucturod for ull olnssoslof buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All k'udfTof building and plastering
uudeitiuou.
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
NOTIGE.
Notice is boreby given Unit 80 dnj*' after dato
we Intond to anpiyitotho Chief Commissioner oi
hiiiuls anti Works fur s speoial license to oat
nud carry away timber frum the following de>
lorToou lands in district, uf WestKooteosri
1. Commanding ata post punted ibout one
mile frum eait bank ul Columbia Itiver, oast
frum Kocky Point, marked "ics.M.ilo'i corner
pusl," tlu-nce ensl lu rhalns, tliouce south 180
ibiillK, thonee wi'Kt MK-bHloa, theuce lic.Tlh.lu>
ebains lo pulnl ui nntiuii.-iiccmcul,
2, Commencing at a post piumci sboui c,
miles (rum eaM bank oi Columbia hirer, eai
from itocky Point, marked "KB.M.Go'icorner
pust," llienee eait in chains, thenc.* nutb L6Q
chains, thence wost fJcbalUl, thonee norlh 160
elinins to puim of oommencemont.
B, Cuiuiuenoliig ul a pu*t pinii'ed about 2
miles from east bank of Columbia Iver. east
frum Itucky 1'utnl, markoil ''ft.S.M Co'l corner
pust," tbeuce oast 40 chains, south i nt haina,
west 4ii chains, iheuce norlh ICOchaliis to point
of oommencoment
Dated June Ith 1W'7.
RlVBUTOKl Saw Mll.l. Vn„ LIMITED,
sat June 8 John Nixon, Agent.
NOTICE
Notice Is horoby given that Id) daysaf'er dale
I intend to apply lo the Chief ( euimisilutier of
bands and Works fur a special license tocut
nud enrry away timber frum tlie following
described lands lu West Kuuteiiay district:
Commeuelng nt a pout planted ID chains <*outh
of ii -.ii. all ereek emptying into Mosquito truck
near tho nortli west corner of E.ftSuBIOOk
No. h70, marked ' W, It. iteld's kuiiOi-wimI corner post," thenco uurth }J0 cbnins, thonce tve-st
mi ib. ii ii-. thence fuutli «i ehnins, [hence east l$J
eliiiiii- in |i'iiiit ul commencement.
Dated May 32nd, 1907.
W, It. HMD
Suttee Is herebj given that 30 days after date
I intond toapply tu tho chief Commissioner of
bands and W*rks lor a si-ecial licence tocut
an-l carry away timber Iroin the (ollowlng
described lands IO the Revelstoke Division of
West Kootenay -llstrlct:
Commencing at a pust planted at tlie N. K
corner oi **eo. 22, Tp, 27, R.J. West 6th Meridian,
marked"!. P, Kelly's S.B, corner post,'' thence
uurth dn hains, tht-nce west 40 cbnins, thence
north 4<ichains, th nee wesi 6o i'liains. thenco
south m ohains, thence ea«t lou chains to post
uf commencement aud cuutainfngt>40 acres
mure ur lesa.
Dated MayMth, 19J7.
satjS       JAMES I'KRRV KK'LY,
Revelatoke, H.C, Miner.
MORTGAGE  SALE.
Under and by virtue of tbe power of sale
contained In a certain mortgage, there will be
otfered for sale by public auction by H, Manning. Bag., Auctioneer, at tho Chy Hall in the
city of KevolstokOjOn Wednosday the 10th dav
uf July, A.D , 1 ff, nt ten o'clock a m., the following valuable prupeity. namely, Uit numb ,*
S. Hlock number ISi, act-onling to map or plan
number Mi A of the Slid City of Ilevelstoke.
On Uit promises Is said U) be a substantial
one and one-half storey frame dwelling, house
containing modern conrenle ces with i-uiUblo
buildings,
TBRMS (IK SACK Ton porecnluf lho pur-
chase money tu be paid al the time of the sale
ami tbe balance within thirty days thereafter.
Kor further terms and conditions aud pat-
tiriiiarsof Nile, apply to the Aeolloneor or to
Maodonoll, McMaitcr -S: Geary, Traders Bank
lluihling, 'loronlu. Out. Id
NOTICE.
Notice Is herebj Siren tlmt f» days afterdate I
Intend to applj lotns Honorable, tne Chief JCom-
ini-l- -iht ol Undi ami ff orb for permission to
pQ-rchaiethe following described lands, nitiiated
on Upper Arrow Uko, Distriet of West Kootenay;
Commeneing at n post plantod at the s K,
oorner of ltalph Blmpsoo'i applIoaUoo, thoncu
LOS chains nortboasteriy following toe Ijiko
shore iii Oalena Hay; tbeuce north2ochains;
thenoe southwesterly LOA chains paralleling
_Ako shore; thenoe t ii 20 chains io point of
commencement, and oontainlng 117 ncres, moru
nr less.
Dated Arrowhead, Ef. IX, June I, l»i".
Jun ffl iat A, W. DICKINSON,
Agent for l.nmb-\Vat>on Dumber Co., Ltd.
sal June I
NOTICE
Notice In liereliy given thai CO il*y« after date w e
iiiti'iiii i. apply to the Horn rable Chief Commfa-
Bloner of Lamia and Works for permission to pur
uhaae the following descrlM lamh in West
Kootonay district;
Commencing at a posl planted on the 8, E.
cornor uf Thompson pre-emption 80S, marked
"Kvans -ft Ogilvies N. W. curuer post," thence
40 ctuiiua easl, 40 chains soutli, 10 chains wost,
40 rliuui- uortli to puiut uf coninioucomout, cuu*
talolngtOQ ncres more or less.
Dated May 26th, O.   ,  M   . „..,__
snt my 2.) EVANS k O0ILVIB.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given lhat 30 dnys after dato
I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Unds and Wurks fur a special licenco tocut
and earry nway limber from the following do-
scribed lands in Norlh-easl Kootenay District:
1. Commonolng al a post marked "\V. J,
Otto's north-east corner," planted on thc Columbia Kiver.ubout '.'lOchains up slrenm from
Kinbasket Lake, thence west lOUcl-ahix. thenco
south I"ehains, thencecasl 16' chains, thonco
nortli Pi chuius to point of commencement.
Dated April ,"lh, 1907,
2. Commencing at a post marked "\V. J.
Otto's southwest corner," plantod on Middlo
Itiver, nboul 80 chaini from the mouth, thenco
north glohalos, thence east SO clialns, thenco
south M chains, tlienc? west go chains to point
of commencement.
Dated April 6th, 11J7.
sat jun I  W. J. OTTO.
NOTICE
The pnrtucrship heretofore Agisting between
J F !(""- and Frank Shipley, carrying on
lm-;ii"-- as The Kevelstoke Cigar Store has
i'"in dissolved.
Tho business will in future bo carried on by
the undersigned, who Is entitled io receive nil
moneys due the late firm.
Dated June 10th, 1901.
JU FRANK SHIPLEY, r
m
Bargains!     Snaps ll    Special Prices 111
Tlie Early Buyers Secure the Best.
RAIN COATS
Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats to
clear at less than manufacturing prices. Call
and See them,
PRINTS!! PRINTS!!
A good heavy cloth in all
warranted fast colors, selling at
yard.
colors,
8 cents
and
per
LACE CURTAINS
Nottingham Lace Curtains. No better
C in tin made for the price. Selling at 75c.
and - 1.so per pair. There arc special prices
for special quality.
UNDER SKIRTS
Selling undei regular prices. One of
the Iiest Underskirt values ever offered by us.
Regular $2.    Now selling at $1.
Men's and Boys' Department
Natty New Goods. Our stock never
better than at present. We make a specialty
in Union Made Goods. None oilier if possible to procure Union made. Our prices are
guaranteed die lowest.
Goods as represented or your money
refunded.
Tlie Hev 11 Johnston, nl Arrowhead, spent n lew days it. town thi:-
Week.
Mi-.* M .M.Kinney, sister ol Miss
Vi ivinii" Mi-K111 im y. organist in Knox
Church, passed through the eity this
week .... her wny lii.nn from Huston t..
(jrieinvii.nl, mid Btfivel .11' f .r a ilny
vi i-idg hor sister -it tho linnio i-l Itev.
.mil Mrs. J. li, li,.l.i.tf...i.
CLENNAN'S
« $* Wi
REID & YOUNG
Mc
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■ _——ti-iin nmtmr
Business Locals
Rubber rings  Inr
dozen, nt Hews' Drug
fruit jiu-810c. a
flora.
(In tu C. B. II .une .v. Co. lor carpet,
linoleum nnd lloor oil cloth.
Patronize Home Industry. Smoke
Revelstoke Cigars,
Dominion Day lings at Hews' Drug
Store,
Window similes ninde nny size, plnin
or Inncy cl nh, nt C. 11. Hume k Co's
New potatoes,cahlmgo, turnip, lot-
t.M-.. nnd t'inintoesat Hobson & Hell's.
llei.clftoko Cigars Union Made Our
Spsolal, Tlie union, and Maroa Vucltu
uro ahead ol nil othors.
July   Fourth   Hags  ul Hew-' Dm
WE WILL BE PLEASED
T03H0WY0U **
THIS STYLE OP
THE
WOMBH
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Von should leave youi1 Pro-
. -t-iplion with ns
BECAUSE
We use the Pintail of Drugs
und Chemicals
BECAUSE
Every Prescription i- cheeked
before ii goes duI
BECAUSE
Our prices are reasonable nnd
we will deliver your prescription if you wish ii.
ty 1 •
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9
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ONLY A GLANCE
oiilvn
of Gn
Villi III
glance ai
•i-H.-s will
try them.
...11-   slll.'K
oncoufigo
JUST A TRIAL
A  lrl.il  will  .vince vuu
they are the purest uud besl
mi 'th.. market, Try uur
BHEAD, CAKES AND PASTRY.
asutK-KUzm,-
IF YOU WANT
To Buy 11 II ouso.
To Rent :t House.
To Buy Nice Building l.uis
close in.
lo liny
Lnnds.
splendid Fruit
..nr 1
Slu:.
, batik nl Wite.li llnz I Cr .1;
. in .ke, ut ihe Hed Or. s< Di
nlz Pickle*, Biv.-el  mixed, hi
and sum. gherkins in hulk
lit
111i.se
11..lis.... i Hell
I Canada Drug & Book Co. I
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MARRIED.
Daem-Matz— At Revelstoke, June
ititii. by Rev, Father Pecoul, Mr
JoBeph Daem to Miss Rose .Mary
Matz, both ol this oity.
WEATHER FORECAST
Saturday, June 29.—Unsettled nnd
cloudy, Bhowing cooler, light, bul
squally variable winds, Temperature:
Max. 77 degrees; min. ".1 degr es,
WEATHER FORiEiCASTE.
Monday, July 1st, Opera House—
Gi nerally clear and bright Cloudy
and Btormy at intervals. Lightning
:. -..- :' comedy. Thunderstorms ot
applause.   Mux. 76o,   Min. 60o.
Local and General.
N..|. dy's nobotly. Everybody',
somebody at tbe opera house July 1st
P. Burnt 4 Co will ..pen their new
premises ior business on Monday next.
July 1st.
]. velst kecitizeni are preparing lor
s> visit tothe celebration at Arrowhead
on Monday,
.- --. is tbe curse "I India, but it
will be thedelight ol Revelstoke at the
opera b  .-. Monday night, July 1st
The directorate oi tbe Fruit i Pro.
duce Exchange ol IJ. C, Ud., held
session this morning in the City Hall.
The iadit* aid of St. Andrew's
Churcli purpose Having 0 lawn - iol-
able i. the Manse grounds on thc
1-th July.
High School and Teachen' exami-
oati :.- will commence on Tuesday,
July 2 under the direetion ol Rev. 0.
A  i'r- .-.inter.
Wm. Armstrong, wile and two
children were burned to death in their
h- me at An.prior, Out., on Wednesday niorhiug.
Lethi ridge real eitate i- being rapidly told, tbe advantagea ol that city
being realized Tapped by three rail-
r idi Lethbridge cannot fail to become
oi.e ol the lending cities ol the north-
1. -t and  with   iU  vast  mineral ami
.' products, as well as tbe large
».-..-. I wheal land, the value ol city
property will quickly increase. In
another part ol this issue the advan-
tagei -1 Lethbridge ire told.
j Hobson & Bell
, Grocers, Bakers it Confectioners
MOSQUITO
INSECT POWDER
lhe t'lilv successful
remedy to rid these pests
from the house. If not
. cq tainted with the use
of this powder, have us
demonstrate for you.
THE HIGHEST GRADE
INSECT POWDER
For  I louse  Flies and
other insect pests.
W. BEWS. Pta, 1.
Druggist an.l Stationer,
Mull Orders promptly attended
u. nt iti- Slore.
The civic authorities are calling ll.e
attention ol the public to the necessity ol cutting down und destroying
thistle ami all other noxious woods,
growing on private ground.
All monihers of Selkirk bodge, No.
12, I.O.O.F , nro requested to iutond
instiill.ilion ..I ollicers on Thursday
evening, July 6th. Visiting Oddfellows please aocopt this invitation.
The local branch of the J! 0. Fruit
Growers' Assooiation meets tunight in
tlie Cily Hull nt which J. Johnstone,
VV. J. Brandritli and 11. Kipp will deliver addresses on fruit growing, planting, prtii.i.-g, spraying, elc,
0, Turnross wns last week lined $!■">
and costs for assault on A. Carlson, at
tin. City Hotol, tlieuot being provoked
l.y Carlson taking a saddle from one
ui TurnrosB1 horses, CnrlBon doclaring
that the saddle belonged tu him,
The Ilevelstoke cricket club have
arranged .. match between the C. P R
cricket team, captained by Mr, En-
twistlt-, and an eleven representing the
oily, oaptuiuod by Mr, Maley, 00m-
menoing at 2 aid this alternoon 0.1 the
oltl gun cltihground,
0, 11, Shaw with 11 party ol botanists
from I'eni.sy.vaiiia have made arrangements to sp.-n.l somo considerable lime
in the Big Hend country. Large supplies ol st..res and camp outfit have
already heen procured in town and
will be packed ready Ior the party on
July 12ih.
Reports which have been coming in
irum the Hig Bend country state thai
several feet of snow yet remain ..11 low
altitudes, hut that the heal ol the last
few .lays is rapidly melting it, which
indicates exceptional high water this
sum.ner.    The  Columbia  has risen
several leet in the last lew days and ia
steadily rising.
cast k:  CAST Kl  CASTE 1
CASTE!  CASTEl  CASTE
CASTE!  CASTE!  CASTE'
OPERA HOUSE, .MONDAY, JULY 1
COME AND SEE
E HAVE SOME BARGAINS IN COAST
PROPERTIES
MONEY TO LOAN
Real Estate and Insurance Agts.
anil instructive nnd rellects credit on
its author.
Tl.e inspection by Col. Holmes ol
the local company, R.M.R., is post-
poned until July 121 b.
"Casio" by a good casto. Musioby
good  musioinns.    Dunce witi, a good
ii nicer—Opera  Utilise, Monday night.
The latest B. C. Gazette announces
the appointment of James K. McLean
of Revelstoke as 11 fire warden for the
yen.- 1007. tie .rge T. Newman of
Arrowhead lias been appointed Justice
ol the Poaoo,
Mrs. F. W. Spencer hits jusl com-
pleti'd .. line little oil painting- of the
Jordan Pass from nature, n- seen in 111
the liltiil'at tho foot of McKenzie ave.
l'ho work shows high artistic talent,
he lights ami shades upon the picture lieing   perfeotly   blended und the
loom, which is always., feature of the
.lonl.....  being  wonderfully  realistic.
I'l... giu-n clad hills... ihe i .reground
with  their exquisite    co   ring,   the
-ilia li t* on  the  water and the snow
capped  mount .in'  make  up 1 m sl
delightful  work,    Mrs   S|  nc
made .. special atu ;;.   f oil pait
tho touch ol a true artist  being recog
ni-i'il in her painting. I thc Pass,   Tl p
picture  will  be  shortly exhi ....
t. wn.
Anti II ;zz, mosquito lotion, ul
Hews' Drug .Su...'.
Fresh to-day—Peaches, plums, cherries, "strawberries, nnd cucumbers at
Bourne Bros.
Ten dull...s tio.il. ..I lire insurance
I n-f.y Si-.veyoii :e:. yen's ..ceil.1.illations,
1 Yuu enn get.eli..hie insurance nt lowest enst by application to 15. A. Haggen
Fur wall paper, cilrlilins, curtain
pt.lt-s nnd lixluies go to C. li. Hume
tt Cu's.
A fresh supply of Chocolate Creams
jusl arrived at the Red Cross Ding
Sture.
Inspect, our new stoek of tooth
brushes, the most sanitary and pure
liristlu brushes on the market, ut the
Red Cross Drug Slore,
Perseus wn.1ti.1g well broken work
horse'and drivers should communi-
enl.f will. E. A. Haggen, who cnn
nil'..ngo in supply their requirements,
This is tho season lor lired sweaty
leet, try uur [hot powder nnd ctij-.y
yoursoll —Red Cross Drug Store.
Don't use strong langungo nt the
furnace or the range until you're sure
where lhe blame lies. Poor coal may
he the trouble. It yuu order Crow's
Nest Pass Coal Co's. cual for your next
winter'!, supply yuu won't nave any
cause of euiiii.litint on thut score.—
Apply to the agent, E, A. Haggi...
Social and Personal
Dr. Hall     '   - ■
OPERA HOUSE, MONDAY, JULY 1[
OPERA HOUSE, MONDAY,JULY 1 >'"'"' *'
Mr. Vi
I   .'.     -.     si)      tig a let
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merchant   of
:. 1   irsd 1 -.-
-.  -fi Arm
n  hai    ■ ■ 1 ..-■ il
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DANCE DANCE DANCE
DANCE DANCE DANCE
HAN. E  DANCE  DANCE
D, ii.  McKenzie, for a nun.l.er ol
years agent lor the Dominion Express
Cunipany, who has been relieving al
Calgary, has been appointed .gi -
the con pany at Edmonton,   "Mac -
many  Iriendi in Revelitoke will be
li ten .ted to learn that he wai receni
ly  married  in   Mon tre.. I. ...nl poised
through  Calgary   lasl   veelc wit
bride -1. route lor hu new p. -
Edmont m.    I he  M ui.-Hi rai.d ■-,
ten I      irty congratulations 1,0 tl...
bappv couple,
A  vi-ry    pleatanl  and
muiicale wai ipeni lail even
Miss  :i .11 wa-   at ii me"  with her
pupils.   A larg'- number ol parents
warn preient, and theyo ing -
went through their work with greal
credit, showing thai  Mill II ill   bus
Hi H ughly gro inded thi .. In muiio,
1...   • 1 ent   diiplayed     - - tenia
evening  wai  prool ol  the  musical
interest in our childr iml of  Mish
Hall't superior teaching. Refresh
1..,:- were n rved during tl.e evening
lo,. |is| ol prize winners will ho
detailed i.. uur next issue.
Wo are in receipt ol a copy ol a
hands mic i cdil      " Thc Thomp-
.,11 Country," by Dr, M fi Wade,
editor uf Kamloi pt Inland Sentinel,
l'lie work ia dencriptivi ol the • trly
hittory ol Britiih Columbia, particularly  tho   I'hompion  districts   and   D'Alene, Idaho, where -le- will
WEDDING BELLS
A pretty wedding was celebrated on
Wednesday last in the Roman Catholic Ohuroh, tho contracting  parties
bring  Ruse  Maty, eldest daughter uf
Mr.  and  Mr.   J. Mh I z, and Joseph
Daem   both  of  this city.    Tl.e Rev.
Fail., r Pecoul perlormcd the ceremony
the cliiift-h  being  filled with u large
gathering  ol  friends and relatives uf
happy couple.   Alter the ceremony at
wlii h the custoniory celebrations were
observed, ihe newly married pair werc
• gr .j hed.     Mr. and Mrs. Matz
held :. reception al their residence tlie
same evening, when a very enjoyable
...   11-  s|  nt,     The l.-.ppy couple
1 .. neymoon t..ur in the Uui-
-.I States slier which tbey will return
!. -.--.-;. ke  where they will.. ake
Mr. and Mrs. Daem were
entsol many handsome gilts,
1 lisl  .1        f. rill ippeur in our next
1 he    M HI Hi.1:,i.n extends
. .tions i" tne bappy couple,
HOHE-
-Bnitt
atthi PRICE.
SHOES
Another lot just to hand
with some of tlie swellest
Patent leather Bals.
Fine
Hosiery
You cannot find anything
like the variety and values in
town like this Store shows
you. We can fit out any one
of thc family. They were
bought before the heavy advances of the past season and
you will find them cheap.
Wc
Plain,
have
Lisle  Hose, in
Boots and Full
Oxfords
Gun Metal
in r
and
atcnt Leather,
Doneola,
If you want the BEST
Women's Shoe to bc had
in the town, made by a Factory that makes nothing but
Women's Shots. Buy the
EMPRESS,
Giki.h' Stockings
Fast Black and splendid
wear- Gipsy and Princess
Rib.
Lace,   in  Black,   Navy,
White, Pink and Blue.
Cotton   Hose,   in     I
White and Tan.
rey
MISSES'
Iii W'l.iie :.ii
Lisle, Black, V
Cottons.
Hose
Black   Lace
11 ite and Ti
Infants'Hose
We have a new line of
Children's Sox, in while,
cream, black and tan. They
arc very pretty and cheap.
Fine,   S.
Black, Red
ff;   Casi
isnnierc    111
& While.
SUMMER
WEIGHT
UNDERWEAR
For men and women.
We can show you some
splendid values in these
goods. We have Balbriggan, Fine Wool, Silk
Mixed for men, Fine Wool
Balbriggan Lisle for ladies.
HOYS*  STOCKINGS
Do you want something
10 wear — Hcrctl'es and
Rock Rib,
MCLEisr:N~.A_isns
J
METH0D1STCHURCH CONCERT
in the
Tbecoi   - n  .- v.-n   l.y   tlie  Junior
,.- Bm Hill, h visit-1 Cl       :'   "   Methodiil  cbnrob, on
mu in tif. ■       ie«l il Mr, Thursday evening wai a very pleating
and Mra il Cm igham Morrii,       entertai. nentandi decided luoceu,
Kev 1 R   I'- -- *- ■  ■  . i.- .i-'.i   1.1. muilc rendered by the On hi tra
rn .1  wei - attending WM ,- ,. Wer. alto th« Oleea
,h"All •''""I' '" p« "-•     * - - .    mlorChoir,   The'eat-
Iui      1      eturned borne  ,-,., * .!,„ evening was the dolls drill
il.   I, >.   sl... caused  the
merriment    I heart)
-.   i   \ . 'i|- fj-liaw   for
I...    hum     11    '-'■ tatlona     Each
Mrs. (I - Mei
- iy evi   ing
...    .1 -  ,1 - prograi        rat we
I   ,1 ore lil ii -i
•  tba in g 'J Ut.
,   ... win. sere       - -
.....     - nli .-
rould  Ilk.   '    -"■  ii em
fl
...     ia.it-
if... I.e. titter al   \ ictori 1
lor -i... past
two months v. turned l.o
fi.. . 11 Mon
dny morning.
Kan loops, and vividly dosoi boa the
oondltiona nl life al tho perhd
previous to and during lho Hi ittln
ment ol white men. As n historical
work the hook is very int.rest ing,
though not ombraoing the small
details, but as an insight into the
birth ol tlie new era In ll. C, the
introduction ol railroads und the
eustums nnd superstitions ol tl.e
natives, tbo author has brought out
extremely strung and iiitoroeting
points, The outi arc excellent Mini*
ductioiit and the whole work bright
The I....-.I Bishop ol    ukai
spent  lost  Sunday    in   Ri velntoke
attending both aorvices .1   31   Petei's
ohuroh,
Dan Stearman and Jack Allan b il li
popular erstwhile residents   1 R.
Bloke, are in the oity  renewing
acquaintances.
Mn, Wm. Williamion, ol Bear Creek
it ... the city today .... mute for ' oeu.
vi-.it I
Mr
licr daughter until the return
Williamion Ir.... England.
Mth .1.0 Kemp, organizer lor the
I,. 0, T, M., who bat i.'.-n visiting
In-re fnr tin: past lew weeks, has lell
fur Atlantic Oity, New Jersey, niter
Installing a local Hive in Ilevelstoke
Mr. a...I Mra. ll. Powell, ol Victoria,
nro In the oily, tho guests ol Mt, uml
MrH. H. A. LuwHiin. Mr. uml Mrs
I'oivell hove ...any lri.-n.ls in this oily
win. will give tint... 11 hearty welcome
during their visit here.
A GOOD SHAVE
Begins wiih a good razor
It ends with
By-LoJSBy-Lo
Not Only smoothes the -kin
bui sootbet tht skin
Nut, mly hides roughdeia and
rawness, but heals them.
Red Cross Drug Store
Mall Ordor. Rtoolvo Piompl tltontlmi
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WEDDING  RINGS
 AT	
J. GUY BARBER'S
MlU'l'iUgG LtCGHS.3 Issued
J.GUY BARBER
C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR
iDominion Day!
It's a Holiday so Enjoy Yourself.   How?
Why sec the Comedy-Drama
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THEN  ENJOY
A GOOD DANCE TO BAND flUSiC
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CATiioi.it...—Rev. Father R. Pecoul.
O.M.I., pastor. Serviceievery Sunday
at tbe lollowing hours: 8 a.m. Communion Moss; 10:110 a.m. High Mass
and Bormon; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:110
p.m. Sunday School17:30p.m. Rosary,
Instruction nnd Benediction.
St. Andrew's (Presbyterian)—Rev.
IV. 0. Cider, p.istor. Services 11
n. 111,7:110 p. in., and Sunday school
.....I Pastor's Bible Class at 2:110 p, 111.
Children's patriotic service at 11 am.
Evening Subject:—" Our Country."
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, at 8 p. tn.
Choir practice Friday ut 8 p. 111.
Haptist—Services will be held In
the tent, on First slrect, ut 11, -1 anil
7:3U o'clock. Rev. D, E, Hatt, general niissinnaiy, will preaeh and
conduct tl.e services. The public ure
oordially Invited to all these services
M.TiiotusT— R.-v.T. \V. Hull, Pas-
tor, Services each bud's Day ut 11
a. in. and 7:110 p. m. Sunday school
and Pastor's Bible Clnss at 2:.*10 p, m.
Prayer meeting and Bpwoith League
meeting amalgamated l..r summer
monthi on Weluesday at 8 p,.... A
hearty invitntion to all antl stiangcrs
welcome, Subjects lor dlacutiion on
Sunday," Dud's ai.ility the basil ot
..nr alnlily in thn pi'ili.r.nnn.-n nf
I uv." ...id " Setting our faces
lli-iii. 1.ward."
!. .. i-f- I,-. 1.-ri.i.i)—.1. II, Robert-
ion, 1), D, ininist..r   Sunday mom-
I .. idri'loe  ni   II   n'.-lnck.     Sul.j.el:
\ Bible Reading " Sunday wnool
md Paitor't Bible Clan ni 2 80 p. m.
The ivi-iiuig service al 7:'ln ..'cluck
: be specially i.l .1 patriotic imturo.
Subjecl " Our National Heiltngo."
-Miii music,  luvooalli.n   anthem,
. ,     I- 11 her"     . Il'-i ti.ry     mil In-iii,
Father, I know Thy Wayi iro Juit,"
Benedict n.u anthem, " Huw Duwn
liiin.. Far."  A cordial wolouino is
given to all and   strangers specially
in Ited
-1   I*. 1...'-, Am.i.u a".*—Fillh Sn.i-
II ill. r Trinity,   Mallm and Litany
ul. II a in. ami Ev. ..-..ng at 7...0  pan.
Sundny solan. I «l 2 80 p m.
NEW LUMBER COMPANY
1 lm A.lan.a K.vi-r Lumbor Co. Ltd,.
lias l.i.-ii lnoorp.uated with a oapllnl
ol   f.i'i il      M.-Bsrs.   Liiinini-ra,  nl
Btlllwall i    Minn.,  and .1. P Met! Id
rick, .J spoil tne, are tl.e promntera ol
the now company    An un-lo-date
...ill   ul   large   .'ii|....:ity   will h" Con*
struete.l at 01 n Hl.u-iv..p l/ike to
eut tin-tin.l-er nn lhu large holding.
..I tlieeumpaiiy on Adama river.   The
ri jittered olilco ..f the oompany i« ai
Harvey, MeCnrler ."v   l'n.kl.nin's nlliee
in this city,
(■*■-
TICKETS 75c. and 50c.
Plan al Canada Drug Siore ^'»
- Dandy Dixie
MINSTRELS
JULY 8th  OPERA HOUSE, MONDAY, ' JULY 8th
$10,000 invested in  magnificent Minstrel Mountings.
First Part Scenic Splendor Artistically reproducing a
"ROYAL PALM GROTTO"
Enchanting Ensembles Star Siiangled Han...".- Snliitnllons
Sungs ul' Dixie Melodies nl Anle-lwll..... Days
Modern Musical Masterpieces Vocal and Instrumental
The Show Hli of the New York Thcntro, Wistaria Roof Garden, and Mnn-
Imi inn Beach Theatre, Coney Island, where   ,
"THE DANDIES"
he blg-featiirod and pre-cmlnonlly successful ntlritctltui of those
iilflcoiil ..ml mulll-mllllon dollar ninuson i palaces during tin-
Summer ,<< 1906.
mag-
Seats on Sale at Canada Drug & Book Company
f REVELSTOKE 1
8  Strawberries  S
X    For Salo by the Crate    V[
■fk $2.75 and S3.00 A CRATE Z
1 APPLY TO-       X
twm CHUNGS
a line aiiortmenl..( linoloums just
iiiiiviil  Irom Seiillanil.   Call and see
ilniu ..to. H. Hume A Ou'i,
I'reiorlptlont compounded icourale
ly and will, ll.e purest ol Drugs at tbe
Rod Cruss Drug Slore.
0, you say you'll put your money In
n savingi bunk, but you won't, hociuto
...cb .L.y you'll put it oil' till tomorrow,
ami tomorrow never comes. Buy a
home un the inatalinont plan and
you'll   suve  each  w-ck  und  limi it
pleasant and easy,
about it.
-Hce K. A. lUgg.-n
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Owners of property on which thistles
nr noxinm weeds .tie growing arc hereby notified to hnve sume cut before
(lowering,
By order.
II. FLOYD,
Cily Clerk.
Revelstok.', June 20,11107.        lit
NOTIGE.
VJOTK'K I
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