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wholesome nnd so pure ni HALCYON l.ll III.\ WATER.
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HMPIHE    TYPEWRITER
For esse of operation snd perleetion
J_ in   re-ulu  produced, ihi*  Machine
is unsurpassed.—I'r.ioi: $00 OD sash.
lntfer.ioi\Publishing Co, Agents
Vol. 14.-No  20
REVELSTOKE. B C. MARCH 21, 1908
2pTortl
A,  ti-
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co.,
Stores at Arrowhead and .fivclatoko.
iU»Sstai«"SE»*»..
WE EXTEND AN INVITATION TO
ALL THE LADIES TO INSPECT
OUR SPRING, 1908, MILLINERY
OPENING ....
TUESDAY. MARCH 24. 1908
MISS CHAMBERL1N, of Toronto, will
be in charge anil will be pleased to have
you call.
All the newest ideas from Eastern Cities
"will be shown.    We -hope to see you.
Just
Summer
Muslins,
them at I
NEW BLOUSES
to  bund  an advance shipment of tlie   new
Blouses in Lawns,  Swiss and   new   Egyptian
beautiful creations.    You will fall in love with
irst sight.
NEW SKIRTS
There never has been such a showing of the New
Voiles, Panamas, Poplins, in this section of tlie country as we have at present.
Come and see them.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
Fall CoaUs Arriving Daily-     Dressmaking and Millinery Rooms, 2nd Floor
/£7
OUR  BARGAINS
I2\
ARE  STILL ON
See our 50 cent Window--Snaps in
China—Goods worth $2.00 now 50 cents.
Our 25 cent Window is a winner—New-
Goods put in everyday.  Every lot a snap.
Now we have a 10 cent Table—Goods
worth 25c. for 10c, and also a $1.00 snap
in China Goods worth $2.00 and $2.50
for  $1.00.
-COMI'    WITH   THE   CR()\\T)=
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Lawrence Hardware Co.. Limited
V
Y TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS
CANADIAN CHAMPION
Burns  Settles   Roche in One
Blow.
Duin.iN, Mnrch 2u.—Tommy Burnt,
ihe Canadian heavyweight chstnplon,
mndo short work of Jim Roche, the
Irish champion, iu their cuntcst ut tlio
Theater Boysl lor the worl^'t heavy-
weight championship. Practically
only iiiii; blow niiH struck. Burnt
knooklog Roche mu when hardly more
Until 11 minute of tlm first round had
been coni|ileli'il, by it tbort hook lo
the jaw.
When the men entered the ring it
was evident thnt the hIiikkisIi Roche
was nu match for lhe more Mperloi Oi 'I
Burnti They sparred for Istt 1 linn a
minute, 1 he I rltbman aotlng sltogether
on tlie defensive,   nnil    tin    Canadian
iiiliinvui um to hud an opening.   I lieu
Burnt feinted, and quickly put n sholt
■barn right to the jew, and Roche went
down. He was bmlly dszed, and although be struggled to regain his feet,
he was iinablo to do so beloro the fatal
ten was counted.
Immediately after the count, Roche
gut 011 liis leet, but staggered ab 'tit
the singe. When he bad recovered
himself, he went over and smilingly
congratulated the winner.     •
The fight wm for a puree nf |7.ri00.
which was pul un by a syndicate, ol
which Riiliiiid Oroker, tbe former
Tammany Hall leader, wait nietu'er,
and a side bet of sfzTiOl).      In addition,
Burnt had 17000 on himself, »t oddi
u( ;i in I The ringside betting mt 7
tn 2 011 Burnt,
The lilnw which deblded the Bgbl
was the only une of Opntequence during the minute ami 38 secmid* the
men were in the ring.
CONTROL WESTERN PARKS
Howard Douglas Appointed as
Commissioner.
Aanh-, March 16,—A change ia bring made in the park offioiaW, which
though not yet officially announced, iB
common talk in Banff. Howard
Douglas has heen appointed commissioner of western parka, with jurisdiction over tlie Rocky Mountain, Yoho,
Glacier, Jasper, 'Clk and Buffalo
parks.
The position of superintendent of
the Rooky Mountain park will hu filled
by lieu Hunter, who has been Mi.
Doughis.' assistant here for some
years.
Mr. Douglas will continue to reside
in Banff, though his new duties will
call him away from home a good deal.
Jasper park ia situ 1 ted in Alberta,
on the eastern slope of the Rockies,
some 180 miles west of Edmonton, and
will's,mn' day he one of Canada's most
faiiioua parks.
Hull.ilo park is a short distance east
of the Battle river, and tbe government i- now advertising for 80 miles
of wire fencing with a view ol mnkii.g
it the ultiinnte home of tbe big herd
of buffalo recently purchased from M,
Pahi.i, of Montana.
Another park wbioh will be in the
obarge of Commissioner Douglas is
Elk Island, on the Canadian Northern
near Edmonton.
Glacier nnd Yoho valley parks will
remain under tbe care of O. D. Hoar,
who has betn superinte ident uudir
Mr Douglas for some time ;iast.
BANNER MINERAL  PROVINCE
British Columbia Led in mineral Output.
Ottawa, Mnrch 20—Canada's mineral production for 1907 reached $86,-
183,000. or over eight times that of
1886, which was 810,221 .OW.
This is shown in a preliminary report just issued. The metallic output
reached a value of $42,434,000, the
non-metallic $.11,217,000, cement, Blate
and ut her structural material $12,00" -
000. The output ol coal reached
10,500,000 tonB and a value of over
$24,500,000.
The copper production reached 67,-
380,000 poundB, and a value of $11,-
478,000, British Columbia supplying
72 per cent, of the total output aud
Ontario second witb 19 per cent
British Columbia, iu fact, led in the
total output of all the i"inerals, although its production of gold last year
shows a falling off compared with
other years.
In this connection the report says:
The total gold output ia 1907 was
$8,270,000. Four years ago gold was
relatively the most valuable mineral
product iu Canada, but in 1907 it lias
fallen to lifth place.
Boom Companies Agree.
Ottawa, March 18.—The lorg-
drawn-out contest over the bill lor the
incorporation of the Shuswap and
Thompson Rivers Boom Company
was br.ught to a cloBe before tbe
House of Commons Private Bills Committee by the passage of the charter,
but the light will no doult be renewed
later when the bill reaches the Senate,
A suhcomniittee reported in rot of
the grunting of the charter, ard it
was stated   hy   the  supporters of the
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Canadian Loans—A Good Sign
— Sudden Death.—Distinguished Hunters.—Auto Race
—Other Wirings.
Montreal, Maroh 21.—Only $200,-
000 of the new G. T. R. loan offered in
London was taken up by tbe public
The city of Regina loan was nil taken
up. The Bai.k of Montae.l has now
enough loans un baud to keep it busy
lor u year.
Montreal, March 21—It was stated
in financial cirilos yesterday morning
that the Canadian Pacific Railway
authorities had decided to commence
work at the Angus shops in lull awing
taking back all employees temporarily
laid off. and that tbey will also increase the staff and rush work all the
year.
Nelson, B. C, March 21—William
Ross, an employee ot the West Kootenay Power and Light Co , was instantly killed yesterday afternooi hy touch
ing h live wire at the switchboard,
while showing some visitors over tlie
plant. *■
London, Marcv 21.—The Duke and
Duchess of Westminster, who are
devoted to sport, hunting, ncing,
automobiling, etc, ere pit-ning a
hunting trip to the Rocky .Mountains
in the early summer.
Ottawa, March 21.—It is understood that Mr, Justice Mahee, ol the
Ontario High Court, has declined the
offer oj the chairmanship of the Railway Commission.
Oqden, Utah, March 21.—The
American automobile in the New
York race reached here yesterday
afternoon and left lor Ooldfield. The
car made 141 miles from Ely in seven
hot' ' running. Tbe Italian car is
running through Wyoming; French
car No. 1, is in Western Nebraska;
the German car left Omaha yesteiday
for an all night run across the  plains.
FIRE DRILL CATASTROPHE
Locked Door Caused  a Panic
Among children.
Kattowitb, Prussian Silesia, March
20.—During a fire drill in the eily
school yesterday evening there wae a
stampede among the children, which
resulted in ten ol the little ones being
trampled on by their comiades until
they became unconscious. No lives
were lost. The signal fur the lire drill
was given, but one of the exit (loots
was inadvertently left locked. With
the warning bell the children started
for this door. They found it shut
against then and tbeir f'irtlier progress bit-red. The children behind
did nut known what was the matter
,.od prested so fiercely upon thote
ahead of them that tbeir comrades
against the door were trampled unconscious underfoot.
The accident would have beeu more
serious had not some.,pnsserhv beard
tbe cries and come to the rescue. The
children injured were restored by local
doctors and taken lo tbeir homes.
Sawmill Operations   Stopped
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Phoenix, Ma.ch 19.—Murdock Mc-
bill that lumber interests  represented { lntyre, who has In lily heen  installing
therein represented in tbe aggregate
an investment of six million. Tbe
incorporators arc Otto I.achmuud,
Hevelstoke; Frank L. Buckley, of
Enderby; Samuel H. Bo vman, ol
Minneapolis; James P. Mclloldrick,
Spokane; aud Thomas Kilp&trick, of
Kevelstoke. The incorptration ui
opposed by another new company
called the Thompson Itivcr Bo'iv
Company, wbicli wanted the igbt of I
booming, et<5., on Tbompo n River
waters. As a result of the latter's
efforts, tbe Shuswap and Thompson
Rivers Bill was amended to allow the
Minister of Public Works the right at
any time to take over the works of tbe
company.
Quick Work.
Montreal, March 20,—Fire broke
out in the St. Bridges school aod
caused a panic among the paruntt living near the school. When tin blase
waa discovered there were 900 Imyn in
the school, and in a minute and a
ball the four story structure was
empty of all but those engaged in
fighting the fite. The damage was
quite small.
Smoked codfish and   fresh   kippeied
berringi to-day at C. li. Hume A Oil's
Water cress and lettuce fresh in
this morning.   (J. I). Hume A Co.
a small sawmill at Silica siding, five
miles from Phoenix, on the O. P. R.
was recently served with au injunction
by the C. P. R. preventing him
Irom outting or carrying away any
more timber. Mr. Mclntyre had not in
and paid for in advance a spur fji his
special use, and bad purchased and
about installed a email sawmill. The
company permitted him to do tbis and
go to his own heavy expense and then
stopped him taking the timber. On
his own behalf Mr Molntyre states
tbat be had arranged with the agonts
of the company for the timber, but tbe
C. P. R. does not seem Ij acknowledge the arrangement!. Tbe ruined iate result is that this ,veek Mr.
Mclntyre let about 20 men gn vino
had been in his employ, and if the
company does not adjust matters the
sawmill will be moved to another point
—some place where the 0. P. R. does
not own the land, tbo timber, tbe
water, tho air and the fulness  thereof
Big Prices Paid
The following prices were recently
paid for llrinsli Columbia appter, at
(ilasgow, Scotland, as reported by
Messrs. Hiinoiis, Jacob A Co.: New
Pippins, $3 50 to $4 75; Kings, $4 30;
Nonsuch, $3.10 to $4.10; Ha I.unr
$4 10;   Spilt,  $3.50   to   ft.10;   Spyt,
98.00.
'    CITY COUNCIL
Donation of $250 for Exhibit to
Calgary Fair.
The regular meeting ot tlie eily
council was held last night with
Mayor Lindmark and full board of
aldermen present,. Minutes of the last
regular and special meetings were
adopted as read.
communications
From Chiof of Police  reporting  lire
alarms O K exoept box  4,  which  was
out of order, but tbat tlie box was subsequently repaired.—Filed.
From tbe Board ol Trade requesting
a donation of $250 towards the RevelBtoke exhibit at the Dominion Fair at
Calgary. The mayor explained tbat
this money il donated would be well
spent, and tbe city would derive con
siderable benefit from tbe advertisement and that it would help to settle
this district. The council expressed
its approval of the plan and resolved
to donate $250 to the fund.
From the Medical Health Officer,
who states "concerning tbe epidemic of measles now present in the
city, I suggest that publicity be given
to tbe essential points of section 87
nf the Health Act, either through the
ni'diiiin of tbe local newspaper or in
a way that seems best to you. Complaints have recently been made to
members ol the school board as well
as t.< myself, th.it childien have been
attending sououl from hou-es where
the disease wns present, also that
children who had recently suffered
with the (lisBuse returned to Bcbool
before the period of infection ceased.
Looking into the matter, 1 have found
that in the main the fault lies with
the p.,rents not being aware thnt notification is necessary— also to the
prevailing idea tbat tbe disease is not
a serious one, and not worthy of much
consideration, (in many cases no
doctor is call.) The best of cure and
attention, however, should be given to
each and every case, for fear of complications which may arise and are to
be feared. The vitality ot the patient
is lowered to such an extent that tbe
tissues are less resistent than normal.
At tbe present time particularly
ehould this be borne iu mind. And
right here for the benefit, of those who
do not call in a doctor, I would say
that each case should always be kept
in bed far ten days at least from the
onset, even in simple cases, and in the
house for two weeks.
Aid. McCarter said tbat the teachers
were doing their best to weed out all
those who came from infected  houses.
Tbe Mayor said tbat it was the duty
of the parents to keep their children
who bad bad measles, indoors until
danger of infection or resultant complications was over.
The report wae referred to (he principle of the school.
Two petitions were read, the one
requesting that Long avenue be
opened up north ol the track and the
necessary approaches made. Aid.
McCarter suid that the people whom
this would- benelit had the right of
applying to tbe lailway company for
the work. The city clerk waB instructed to write to tlie C. P. R. snd
request that the track approaches be
put in.
Tbe other petition was (or a tide
walk Irom Lawson's coruer to the
court house on Third street. Tbe
Mayor said that this was necessary,
especially on court days. The matter
was laid over.
The question of the salary of the
city gaoler was discussed, the report.
of the police commissioners being
read ttating tbeir decision ss regards
the salary which they tet at $1000 a
year, Tbe Mayor* objected on tbe
grounds that the gaoler Mr. Sturdy
had agreed to accept the position at
$75 a month and had never saked any
more and he did'nt believe in giving a
man more than be atked.
Aid. McCarter taid that $10001
year was little enough, especially as
Mr. Sturdy had to arrange for constant service there day and night. At
present polioo sergeant Terry slept in
the jail and put in three nights a
week, which arrangement wat very
good.
The Mayor laid that with a salary
of $83 33 a month Mr. Sturdy as gaoler waa getting more than the polioo
sergeant, whioh wat not right,
Tbe matter wat laid ever for further
contideration.
The plant lor the power house addition! were discussed and Aid. Foote
eaid that tbe work should be given to
local men, who bad had no work all
the winter. The work could be done
cheaper and better by the day than
by contract and local men ihould
certainly have the preference. He
tuggeited that a lair estimate ot the
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So simple is Alabastine to
handle that anyone can decorate his
or her own home with it.    By following lhe simple direction given on every
ALABASTINE       .^^^^^^
pirlnf"* ynu. yourself, ran reproduce any tint eembmetiona, net only hi
the plain tint*, hut also in the walls decorated with elencila. We would
like to tell you more about what Alabaatia* will do (or your borne, bow
eaay it is to apply, and how beautiful are ita reaulta. Aak ue lo skew you
a tint card and copy of " Hornet, Healthful and Beautiful." ^B^^^^
When House Cleaning Time Comes Round
If you want Alabastine, Whiting, Platter Paris,
Furuitm-e Polish, Varnish Stains, (.old Paint,
Enamels, Floor Paints Varnishes, Crack-filler*
Paint Brashes or anything else used for Painting
and Decorating. Brooms, Mops, Scrub Brushes,
Wash Tuba, Wringers, Mangles, Curtain stretchers
Chloride of Lime, all kinds of Soaps and cleaning
preparations. We are here with the goods and
will be pleased to do business with you.
Bourne  Bros.
GROCERIES      HARDWARE     HARNESS     PLUMBING
CHEAP  FUEL
HARD COAL BRIQUETTES at
Conl on the market.
$9.00 per ton  Is the cheapest
Tbey start Hie as easily as dry wood and last aa long as bard eoal,
Can be used in Furnaces, Cook Stoves, Heaters, Belt Feeder* and
open grates.|
We have a large stock on hand ready for immediate delivery aad
ivilljlll your order promptly.
Revelstoke General Agencies. Limited
W OLSON
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
AGENT   FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first St. Op.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office   Toronto, Ontario.
brandies In the Provinces nt Manitoba. Alberta. Baskatehewan,
Britlah Colnmhln. Ontario, Qiehec.
Oapital Authorised
Oapital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
D. R. Wilkik, President;
Hon
•10,000,000.00
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»4,86o,ooo.oo
R. Jaffhat, Vloe-President.
A General Banking Bualneas Transacted.
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United States and
Kuiiipe.    Special attantion given to Collections.
.Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed •■ deposits from date of deposit aad credited
quarterly. 	
Bevelstoke Branoh, B. C—H. T. Jeffrey, Manager
cist be made and the work commenced.
A special meeting will be held next
week to consider the plant aud ettim-
ntes. The accounts were passed and
the meeting terminated.
TIMBER LICENCE FEES
Amount for February  Double
That of Same Month last Year
The total timber licence leet collected by tbe Provincial government
lor the month ol February amounted
to 1100,317 16. Tbis ia mors than
double tbe amount collected in February ol tbe preceding year, when tbe
total amount was $66,316.17.
In alt 1191 licences were issued, 593
(or limits eatt ol the Cascades and
699 (or limits west. Tbe total revenue
Irom timber licence lees lor the first
eight months  of   tbe  preeeut  usoei
year amounts to 11,166,709.43 at
compared witb 1612,161.41 (or tbe
first eight months of the preoeeding
year.
The revenue bae fallen off decidedly
as compared with January. The
receipt Irom this source for thst
month were the heaviest known,
amounting in all to 1347,266.06.
Home 78 eoal lioeneee were issued
and tbe total timber lioenoes transfer
lees for tbe month were S820.
sasMixaa
Hundreds of Americans Cominf
Wii-nipeq, March 20.—Advices re*
ceived here from Hi. Paul are to effeet
that large numbertof desirable American tettlert ere leaving (or Baikal.
chewan and Alberta to take up land.
Every train crossing tbe border it
crowded witb American fanners aad
their families. • THE MATLHEKALD, REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
Ebc .flDaU-lberalb.
PUBLISHED   WEDNESDAY AND BATUR
DAY AT
IREVELSTOKE. n. C. ,!
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristkrs, Solicitors,  Etc
OTTAWA
Parliamentary,    Departmental
and  Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Cms. MraPHY.        Haholi. Fibhkr
niLLAN A~KLii6rF.~
Barri.uirs. Sol o ton, Et«.
MVIWtOKS ISO Tlllll'l I.AKK, HO.
e. aium j c. K1.1.10TT,
ARVEY, McCARTKR
AND PINKHAM,
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BARRllirFltfl, SOLICITOUS, KTC.
IirricKa :   Im 'i.iiul   Hank   Block,   Hkvkl-
'STOKB, 11. C,
.Mum) to loan.
Offices: Kevelstoke, B. 0.1 Cnuibrook,|B, O,
that tlie more money that iB circulated nt home the better for all;
but it is the duty of the merchants
to see that their customers have no
excuse tu patronize oatalogue order
houses and to ensure the expenditure of every dollar at home. Give
and tnke should be the principle of
us all, especially in hard times,
this done, the results will he of
benefit for each and every one of us.
Uao. 3. McCaiitkh,
A.  M    l'lSS-IUM,
lleviilfUike. H. ' .
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J. M. Soott l.UH
1COTT   AND
J. A. Hahvkv,
Cranbrook, B. 1 ■
W, l. HriKK"-
BRIQGS
HmiKIKTKIIS, SuLU'lTOHti, K'ri'.
Miwkv to Loan
Solicitors fob M0L8ONB Bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C
AS. A. McFAULANE
•J
AB8AYBR A OHEMIST
Assay  of all Ores,   Samples by mail or .-...prima
receive pmmpi attention
Terms Moderate.
Annaafs      -      - Bol 483 Kasi.0, B. C.
JjOBEKT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Surveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue.
box 1u0, revelbtoke
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ISS M. E. OREIGHTON
TtACHtK Ol-  I'Ia>0, VOCAL
harmony counterpoint, wo.
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and university Examinations.
STCDIO-At   Mrs.   J.   C.    Hutchisou'ij   (Jou-
ll.T-.'Ill   ATSI.'i-M
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, LIMITED
Mining, Real- Estate, Business, Financial aud Share*l>rokcrs.
Mercantile Agents.
Fire, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability, Guarantee and Live Slock Insurance
Agents.
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints and Reports
compiled on Mines, Land and Timber,
REVELSTOKE,
C.
Black 2r£
richness
/ and
        pleasing
flavor.   The big black
plug chewing tobacco.
Watch
2207
POWER OF THE PRESS.
Earl Grey, Governor-General, in
a speecli before the Canadian Press
Association, at Toronto, paid a
graceful compliment to the prese,
as acknowledging the power tbat
lies behind it:
"The Fourth Estate" (that is the
newspapers of the country) "had
usurped the position formorly occupied by the church. It was
powerful and reverenced ns a power
to help everything good and do
justice to everything evil." Really
after reading this the thought is
thrust upon us that henceforth we
must proceed circnmspei ily. Hut.
speaking seriously, there ie no
question that n great change lias
been wrought in the comparative
position of tho pulpit and the press
within the past quarter of a century, and we think there is just as
litile question that the Fourth
'•'sti'''- appreciates its responsibilities and, in some measure.- t least,
lias risen to them.
Zbe flDaiUlberalb
There is so much bad in the be;t of us
Ani »o much A-ood in the wor.t of at,
That it hardl}' behixiTes any of us.
To talk about the reel of us.
SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1908
GIVE  AND  TAKE.
Apropos of the mail order business and its effects on the growing
cities of the west, there is much to
be said on the smbject. It possesses
a fascination for most people, who
think that an article which comes
from Toronto or Winnipeg has an
enhanced value. Tke goods in tbe
home stores bave all been seen and
are an old story. There is a fascination in tbe element of chance
in purchasing things unseen. Why
people should prefer to buy goods
in this way with opportunities fur
sH'ing goods before purchase, is
difficult to say. The home merchant cannot afford to sell his
stock at prices seen   in
STAND  YOUR f.I.Ol ND.
Many n man gets into tin- habit
of carrying bis troubles in his iace.
He has run the Hag up to half-
mast so tbat liis whole little world
is compelled to know his sorrow.
Heaven help the man who imagines
that he can dodge enemies by trying to please everybody. If such
an individual ever succeeded, we
should be glad of it—not that one
should be going through the world
trying to lind beams to knock and
bang the head against, disputing
every man's opinion, fighting and
elbowing and crowding all who
differ from him. That again is
another extreme. Other people
have their opinions—so have you,
or rather ought to have—don't fall
into the error of supposing thai
they will respect you more for
turning your coat every day to
match tlie color of theirs. Wear
your own colors in spite of wind
or weather. It costs tbe vacillating
and irresolute ten times tlie trouble
to shuffle and twist than it does by
honest, manly independence to
stand its grounds. Notwithstanding the common saying, that blood
is thicker than water, many a one
has found in those outside his own
family circle, those who have been
nearer to him, in time of need than
his own brethren.
DOMINION  SURPLUS
Shows   $16,000,000.    Public
Debt Reduced.
Ottawa, March 20—Hon. VV. S.
Fielding delivered his financial address yesterdny. He explained that
the surplus for nine months ending
March 31, 1907. wna sixteen millions,
a aum greater tlian lie expected. This
was the largest surplus ever received,
and for the 12 months would have
been, nf course, larger.
In the same nine months, tlie public debt was reduced three millions net
The debt was now $-12.84 per head of
population as against 160.82 in 1906,
Fur the current yeareiulin^ Maroh 31,
Fielding prophesied a surplus of |19,-
iJ.XJ.tXM) dollar*      The revenue for the
irrent year .in |9S,600,O00 and    Lhe
MISS FLO YOU NO  AS ANN ETTA
In "A   Koyal   Slave."
L'ENTE^TE CORDIALE"
'expenditure in consolidated funds $77,«
catalogues I qoo.OOO, leaving a surplus of |19 000 -
Of eastern hoiMCS, yet at the lame QOO, However there was a large ex-
time the margin of   profit   Bhould pendlture on tbe new transcontinental
not be such that resultant high | making a total capital expenditure
prices in home stores will co.'npei
purchase to send away to mail
order houses lor their supplies.
The basis of mail order business ir
advertising, which if nothing but
telling people what you offer for
sale, am) in this connection the
following thoughts suggest themselves: Make good use of your
town publication by taking space
in the same and telling tlie people
in the territory tributory to yoer
city, of tlm goods and prices which
you have to of;er Again encourage your publisher in saying tbflt
mail order buying is a luibit, but
une that will rapidly grow, if the
causes are not eradicated und that
it is largely built Upon the above
named fascination for chance.
Every citizen knows that tho
city merchants arc the chief medium for the city's existence nnd
♦o3,000,000 to the net, re-uilt ol the
year's account. Tbil srould mid in
the public debt for the year 113,000,000,
Hu' fur the expenditure on the transcontinental he would have reduced
the public debt by 1250,000.
Fire Alarms.
NO. 1  HUB HAI.I..
box 1—Near Palace Meat. Market
" 3_Near   E. A, Bradley's  and N,
T.  Edwards'  residence, 2ml
street, west.
" 4—Ii.   A.   Lawnnn's corner, oppo-
Cowan Block,
" —Call [nun Fire Hall No  2
NO. 2 uui; MAI.I..
liiu 2—Alarm at No. 2 Fire  Hall
" fi—Mrs, Little's residence 2nd at. K,
" (I—Opposite the Roman Catholic
Church, MoKenzie ave, W aide
" 7—Ai Oanada Drug corner.
" H—Opposite   (uiatiini   House and
Opera   House   and call from
Hospital,
" 0—Ravelstoke Olub corner.
nothing iMtter than Uur "Speolal.      i
Band Boys and Fire Brigade
Have Social Evening.
"Mny good humor preside, when
good fellows meet, and reason prescribes when 'tis time tu retreat,' In
a recent issue we dilated nt some
length on the fact that Revelstoke if
the club city of Canada and a ciiy
where good fellowship, sociability and
the furtherance of friendly feeling Is
cultivated. In tabulating our list of
Bocinl organizations, there ure two
institutions which should come under
tlio same category of clubs, and deserve
particular mention; they are the Inde
pendent Rand and the Fire Brigade.
Here we have two organizations which
area credit as well as a valuable asset
to Revelstoke, and they are in every
sense of the word clubs; for there
exists the same rules, regulations and
orders, as are found in other institutions. For knowing how to have a
re.il goud time and for enjoying themselves the band and lire hoys, excel.
The hand room has beeu the scene of
many .1 pleainnt aud sociable snmker
and those who have been fortunate
enough to be \ resent, can testify that
no stronger feeling of friendship exists
anywhere in Revelstoke. or is more
sincere to the core, than among the
members of the band and ita brothers
the fire brigade. On Thursday night
a pleasant time was spent in the band
room, Fire Brigade No. '1 acting aa
hosts to their colleague, the bind
boy. when the evening was given up
to an impromptu entertainment, dur
ing which inpper was served, While
the tire brigade an- instrumental in
securing the safety ol life and proper
ty, ihe i.aiiii is "instrumental" ini
many other things and each deserve
the lil er tl iupp< rl patronage and en -
com ageraent of the cil i/"nj I he P
Firemen—A cold water armj who
never breaks its pledge iIn Band—
' who blows ita ..wn trumpet wisely
land well, and in the words ol the
philosopher, The juice i if the gi i| •• is
given to i.im who will use ii wisely, as
that   which cheers   the In-art of    man
alter toil, refreshes him in sn-knun*
and comforts lii.i. mn iron He who
Snjoyetb It may thank Clod for bis
wine cap ns for his daily bread snd
bs who abuses the gift ol heaven Is
nut a greater fool than a men in bis
abstinence.''
L. O. T. M  O. T. W.
Hold their regular fortnightly Reviews the
Secoud aud Fourth Thursdays iu ench month,
at 3 p. m. iu the Masonic Hall, Second Street.
L. McDONALD. Lady Commander.
J. M. MORAN, Record Keeper.
C. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
Meet* Second and Fourth WVdno days in
each month, iii Selkirk Hall. Visil.in Wood-
mon cordially invilod to attend.
VV. I). AltMSTRONG. Con. Join.
J. Mr.lNTYHK, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE AERIE No
F. O- E.
482
The reRiilar inaetitips are held in ttio£Selkirk
Hall every Tuesday oveiiitnr at 8 o'cloct. Visiting brethren are cordially invited.
J.   LESLIE.  I'UBSIDBNT.
w. e. McLauchlin, secEETAEY.
Kooten»v Lodjri, No. IS A F, ft A.M.
The rofrtilar meet-
inn- are hold In the
Masonic Temple,
Md Fellows Halt.on
the third Monday in
■iac.li month at. 8
p.m. VisiliuKbreth
rcn cordially wol
conic
O. ... PKUOUNIER, Skchktahv.
SELKIRK LODOB   NO  12. I. O. O. P.
Meets everyThurflday
evening in Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'olook
Visiting brethren cor
dially invited to attend
J, MA1HIK, Skc
l.KMHKK. S.G.
Cold Range Lodge, K. of   P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
BETH EVERY WEDNESDAY,
except Third Wednesday ot
each r.H.nili in Hie Oddfellows'
Hall    at    8   o'clock.     Visiting
Knight* are oordlally .uvited.
MATHIE i    '
0. H. BROCK, K.l'.f It   & B.
H. A. ISROWN.iM. of F
H   W.  EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Head., Miiiiial., Btato, Klsli,
I,., i
|Etc,
liittiml., i'.irils
Mul NT EO    ^^^^^^
Ainiiiivl   I'.iikh Mounted.
o  i. . .
rttadlo    ' .". i      . ' il       "..I Boyle Ave,
llavalatsilre. H. O
THE MONEY  SAVING
WORK-SAVING SOAP
Revelstoke Cigars Union Mnda Our
Speolal, The Union, and Mnroa Vuoltu
ar« ahead of all others.
Patronize   Homo
Ravolstokn Cigars
Industry.      Smoke
That's   Royal   Crown   kind—
idi in Vancouver—Largest
*oa|i Factory weat of VV'inni-
;•• / House .'leaning and
cashing are easy with its help.
And tiie money laving Is the
Premium System
Bookb't tells what we givo [ur
Roval Crown Wr*p|scr«, Hend
or     .1     Free—Also    try    the
8oap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C
SHE'S AN ODD GIRL
who can   eat   Manning's   candles
without  having  some   little   [etl
ing o(   gratitude   for    'lie   donor
Of course you've got to fight your
own love battles,young man, but
our confeOtlons  you'll   lind to be
n ttrnng ally in your wooing,
lidimi's CdDdy Palate
RAILROAD MEN!!
WHY   NOI'   SAVE   FROM
$5   TO   $10
BY  BUYING YOUR
High Grade Watches
FROM
Hastings, Doyle & Alliim
Art and Beauty
iue combined in our new designs tu carpets. Our stock in
complete, and thu colore rich
nnd effective, the designs artistic, and the " tout ensemble "
is striking and beautiful. We
have never shown such n wide
variety of patterns, and we
have novel' placed such low
pi-ices upiiii si> much high
quality before.
R. HOWSOV  4* CO.'Y.
^^:vJBjt&*~ i3h...&
• WW%.1H-». •*A*V%*VVJv%*V%-^'%'»>^%^^^^%-%'»-%''«k%^- '
l'i.A' K YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHON,   - FIRST STREET
Vox Aftricultural Implements.  ('urriuKOs. Wagous   Kic, Join.
Deero Ploughs, Molina Wagons, Canada Carriage Company's
BuggldBi  Pit*not jr.,  Harden  Hoeders snd  Cultivntors,  Wheel*
~ wrlght und  Blaoksmtth Work  attended  to,   Horse Shooing a     ^^^-s*********-*™
# Specialty •#
4* v^^^%^%^^^%%%%%^%^^^%^^%^%%%'%%^% %r4
P.   BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.
riKAU nCFICBi   Cu.o'.iiv.   Ai.iii'in i
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Packers nnd Dealers In Live Stock. Markets in all thi" nrinel
pnl (lilies and Tom ns nl' Alberta. Hiiiisb Columbia, untl Ihe Yukon,
Parkers if ihe Celebrated Brand " Impenit i" Hums and Bueon,
NOTICE
It ia tlso isitentiun of the 11. C. Gnverntiiput to
brim; iutu force the fullnwiiiir anieudments to
Um Aot a.eiled lint iv, at lhe next siUinr nl
the I...|.-i  laluui.
Hon. CUIKS COHMISSIUNBR
BILL
No. ft ] [1908
An   Act   to   amend   the   "Highway
Truffle Regulation Act."
UTS MAJKSTY, hy and with the advice and
•'on.seiit ol Lhu Legislative,   Assembly of
British Columbia, enacts us oltowsi -
1. This Act mny DO Cited as the " Hi-'hwnv
Traffle Regulation Act Amandineut  Art,  liMi.V
2. Section H of the " Highway Trallio Regulation Act,' beiug (hapter \\2 ot the Revised
Statutes, 1897. as enacted by seotlop 2 of ehaptor
A) of tho Statutes of 10(12, is huruby rupealed aud
ihe following section is substituted therefor:--
''8. It shall be unlawful for any waggon or
vehicle carrying a load of more ilmn two
thousand pounds to be drawn or driven on any
public higuway unless thi' tires of such waggon
ur vohicle shall Iw at luasl four niches iu width.
3. Suction 111 of said chapter 02 is hereby repealed uud tlm ftdlowiug soction is substituted
therefore:—
"10. It shall bo unlawful for any persou or
persons to drag logs or thnborover or along auy
public highway.
i. This Act shall not come into force no far
ns thut portion of the Truvince of British
Columbia situate east of the Cascade Range of
mountains is aoncertiod, until the 1st day of
January, l.H'ii.
NOTICE
* ;i
il "Shanmuk" Brand Lt*nf Lnt-il.
i
*
Central Hotel
^sa.—-REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
Newly built.       First-class in every reppect.    All modern convenience.
Large Sample Roouir.
Rates SI.60 per Day, Speci I Weekly Rates.
Queen's  Hotel, Trout Lake, under   same   management
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Ratus $ l a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   J^XjJB^rR'T     STOTSTE      PROP.
Queens J4otel
COMAPLIX
Best brands ot Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
FEED FOR SALE
I have choice
upland prairie hay
and Timothy, also
oats, wheat and
feed to offer in car
load lots.
Delivered prices
given   on   request.
ADDRE88
D. C. HOFFMAN
CALGARY,  Alta.
Pacific Coast Tested
Seeds, Acclimatized
Stock, Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
and Plants
For the  Farm, (Garden,  Lawn
or Conservatory
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic  Steamship
Line
St. John oAlLIPIilO   LiverH
Sni., Mob. 28, Lulu Erie.
i'Yi., Apl. 8. Kmp. Ireland
Sni., II. I.k. Manitoba Mob.Bo
I'Yi., "    I". Kinp. Britain Apl.  :i
Hal., "    26, l,k.('liiini|iliiiii  "    h
Winter Season From St. John
KMPRESSBS
lil. Class  2nd. 1 I.iss   |nl. t'liiss
$«'     1147 S" *^H 7j
I.AKK MANITOBA
ill, (lass md. Clan ,inl. CIhm
$/s.S OO $43 go        $^7 50
OTHKR I..iki   Bi'. ih
2nd, 1 laas 31-ds C'lass
$4.S uu        8/7 gO
I'lii'iip iiili-s In Atlantic Sen linn ill
inilnis  ai connection with ileain*
ablp tlcketi
Pemeng.'M imnki.il to Norwtiy,
Sweden, Antwerp, llaniliuii; and
nil other confine tui porta,
For further Information apply in
T. W. Bradshaw,    E. J. Coyle,
Agent,
Hi'Vi'lstiiki'.
A.U.I'.A.
Vanoouver,
Kiilinlilo VarietioH lit reasonable prices
No Borers. No Scale. No fumigation
to damage stock. No winily;agents to
annoy you. Buy direct noil get trees
nuil seeds tbat grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray l'uiiips
Spraying Material, Out Flowers, etc.
Oldest established nursery on the
miniiliuid of B. 0,   Oatalogue free.
M.   J.   HENRY'S   NURSERIES
GreenhoueeH uud Seed Houses
VANCOUVER,   flH^B B. 0.
TIMOTHY HAY
|First-Class Clover* and Timothy Hay for sale. Also al
kinds of Garden Produce.
Cariboo Lund District. 	
District uf Cariboo.
Take notice that I Alcxundor Mcltfut Lati-
mur ol iii'voKinko, occupation, ('rulsor, inlnnd
to apply for n special ttuihur li< unco uvor the
fiilliiwnitt described lands:
1. Commencing at a post plunled tin the
1 i(-'lit hank of l-itilo S11...k>- Kivur. about ono
milo fn.in the month, thuueo wosl |60 '*liaiuH,
thonce nurth 40 thaiiis, thuncn nast ltKt chains,
thouco HOUtll 40 cuaius to puiut of coiuinouou-.
iiiniit and contaiiiiiut t'dO ttorea moro or lo-s.
2. OommenoiUff at a post plaumd on the leTt
hunk of Little Smoky itivar. about ono iniiu
from thu mouth, thonce enst liK) chaius, thuu<-u
north tn chains, thenco wost li.t) ohalus, tlieucu
south lu chains to point of oommoucomeiil uml
fi.inaiiiiiiK Ola ecres more or less.
3. ( oniiiu'ueiiiK at a pout planted tin lhu
right bank of Little Smuky Klver about V.t
miles from the mouth, thonco liiu chain*, ivw,
thouco norlli 4t) chaiiis, thuncu east 11X1 chains.
thunce soulh 40 chains to poiui. of commencement and coutuiuiiiK Mo acres more or loss.
4. Commencing at a in si. plauted on the loft
bunk of l.iulw Smoky Kivur about U miles
1 inn the mouth, thouce east 100 chains, ttioncu
uorth iO chalua. theuce west 100 uuuius. thouco
south (U) chains to point of commoncemeut ai.d
CDUtalulUtf 04tl acres moru or less.
5. (Joiutneucipg at a po-1 planted ou the left
bauk of Little Smoky Kiver, .tbout 2 miles from
the mouth, ihence east 80 < bains, thoncu uorth
8'i chains, ihuuce west, 60 chains, theuce south
1st) chains to point of commencement, uud con*
tttluiug (U0 acre.- un'roor less.
0. Commencing at a post, p.antod on tho riclit
hank ol Little Smoky Ittvur, aoout -2 miles from
the mouth, thouco west b\i cbulus, thuuee uorth
60 chuins, tli'iico oust 60 chuins, thouce mmiii &0
chuiu* to poiut of commuueemeut, coutuiuiug
04U acres moreur less.
Dated Doc. I7ih, uwl.
wed feb 20    ALEXANDER McKAK LATIMEH.
NOTICE TO GO-OWNERS
To IJ. F.  Koainy, Mrs. A.  B, Nook aud O. F.
KeibeL.ur to  whomsoever they may have
transit!rrod their interests:
Tuke notice, that we, tho undersigned co-
owners with you in the following mineral
claims, viz.: Vivian's Luck No. 1, Vivian's
Luck No. 2, Vivian's Luck No. 3, Vivian's Luck
No. 4, Vivian's Luok No. 5, Viviuu's Luck No. tl,
uud the Silver Crown situated ou Qoat Mountain, Lardoau Mining Divtsiou of Wost Kootenay District of thu Province of British Columbia, have done thu required work ou the ubove
mentioned mineral claims for the year eudiug
October 20th, lWW, iu order to hold the same
under Section 24 of the Mineral Act.
Aud further tuku uutice thut if withiu 90duys
from the first publication of this notice, you fail
or refuse to coutrihuteyour portion of such expenditure, togethor with the costof ihis advertisement, your interest in the said miuurul
claims will become tho property el the under
siguoii, under Sod ion 25H of tho Miuoral Act.
Dated ut Camborue, H.i'., this 2lstKduy of
January, 1008.
UKOKGE JOHN.SUN,
HECTOR POIttlEB,
sat jan 25 Co-Owners.
CJEALBD TENDERS addressed to the uuder
O signed, aud endor-vd "Tender for heating
Post Office, Vnucouver, B.C.," will boreceive<l
at this office until Hainnlay, April Z.. l\m. in-
clusivoly. for the construction of a heating STS"
tem for the Public Building at Vancouver, B.C.
Plans and specifications can bo seen and
forms of tender obtained on application at this
Department, from Mr. VV. Henderson, Ukperin-
teuding architect, Victoria, B. C, and from Mr.
Charles Tossell, ('lork of Works, Vancouver,
B.C.
Persons tendering are "notified that tender -
will not be considered unless made on the
printed form supplied, aud signed with their
actual signatures-
Each tender must he nccompauied by en
accepted chequo on a chartered bank, made
payable to the order of the Honourable the
Minister of Public Works, equal to (en net
ceut (lop.c.i of tie amount of the tender,
which will be forfeitod if the persou tendering
decline to enter into a contract when called
upon to do so, or if he fail to complete the
work contracted for. If the tcuder be not
accepted the cheque will be rethrued
Tbe Department does  not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. UELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa. March 12, 1908.
Newspapers  will  not be  paid for this ad vor-
tisemeut  if  they insert  it  without authority
from the Department, mch 18
IN   THE    COUNTY    COURT    OF    WEST
KOOTENAY;
IN   THE  MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF H.
A. PERKINS, Deceased;
AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE "OFFlC    L AD
mu M1NJSTKATOHS' ACT."
Take notice that hy Order of His Honor P. E.
Wilson, Acting Judge, made the 25th day of
February, 1900, I wus appointed administrator
of the estate of said H, A Perkins, deceased,
aud all parties haviug claims against the said
e i.ito are hereby required to furnish same properly verified to me ou or before the 81st day of
March. IVul. And all parties indebted to said
estate are required to pay the amount uf their
indebtedness to me forthwith.
GEO. S. MeCARTffR,
Official Administrator.
Duted the 20th day of February, 19US.   f20 2t
WAH CHUNG
telephone 29.
Proni Strbbt,    Revelstoke
D.   GALLICANO
Baker,
Confeotioner
Crooer
Uiiliiiiriiii* and Furnished lluuiiia
Meals frum 25o. Up.
Second Street, - East End
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured  for all eltVHl of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
for sale In largo or -mull quautitiefc
at the luwe.it. price   for cosh.
buildlnsaud plastering
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
IN   THK   SUPREME COl'HT OF BRITISH
COLUMMA;
IN THE MATTER (IV THE "OFFICIAL At).
M1NISTRATORS' ACT,"
AND
IN THK MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
MARY ANDKRSON, Deceased, luteaUte.
Take uutice that by Ordur uf Uin Ilunur P, E.
Wilaun, L.J., Hindu the 2.ith ilny of February,
luen, 1 wm. uin nil,Iiiil. ml in iiiiHiriitur of ilm a,-
tutu uf mini Mary Aiiuemuu, ilei'oaaed, aud all
limits,, haviug claims! twain.-, Hie nuitl minte
ure hereby required tu fuiiiihti aatne properly
verillod to ma ou or befure Slat day of Maroh,
ltHJtl. And all purlieu iudebted to laid estate
ure required to pay the uturuiit of their iodebt-
eduea. to tne forthwith.
UKO. S. MCCARTER,
Ollicial Administrator.
Duted the 2otb day uf February, 1IKIH.   iilMS
IN THE SUPREME COURT  OF BRITISH
COLUMBIA i
IN TUE MATTER OF THE OFFICIAL ADMINISTRATOR'S ACT!
AND
IN THE MATTKR OF THE ESTATE OF
THOMAS M.'NAliUHT, Deceased.
Take nutico thut by Order of His Honor P. E.
VV11 ..ii, 1. J., made tlie 2,'ith day of February,
lv«, t was ujip.ilt.tud udmiuistrator of the
estHls- ol mi ill Ttiiimas McNauKht, deceased, aud
all pi- rim- Im vi nit 'In i in* against the said estate
are horaliy required to furnish lame properly
Teritled lu me on or linfiire the lllstduyof
March, 1WW. Ai.il ull piirllea Iudebted tu laid
11,'ulenro iii'iuini'l tu puy the tiinuuut uf their
iudebteiluesH to mo forthwith
GEO. H. Mol'ARTER,
OIUclul Administrator,
Dated the 25th day of February, W08,     mill THE MA1L-1IEEALD,!!REVELST0KE, B C.
] Bourne Bros.
Local Agents [ Hobson & Bell
) Woolsey, Lefeaux & Oo. Limited.
THE   PALACE   RESTAURANT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Chinese Groceries and all kinda of Fruit and Vegetables.
Board by Week,
SINGLE MEALS, 25 CENTS.
A. H. SING,
Mackenzie Avenue.
$5.00
Proprietor j
Mmmmmm
*a*fS*a**e^*p9 mKLia
Best Local Grown _^>
Fruit Trees for Spring Planting
FROM THE
CELEBRATED COLDSTREAM ESTATE, VERNON
Most suiiHlile varieties for Ibis soil nnd climate. One nnd Two
Year-Olds. Prices 100 and under 25e. encli; over 100 20c. each.
Varieties are: Duchess, Ornvenstein, Jeffery, Wealthy. Mcintosh
Red, Winter St. Lawrence, Laurence, Jotrithtui, Kinp;, Northern Spy,
New York Wine, Red Cheeks d Pippin, Spitzenberg, Salome, Wagner,
Winesap, Newtown, Pippin. York, Imperial Apples.
Hyalop and Transcendent Crabs.
Orders Received by
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, LIMITED
REVELSTOKE, R 0.
_k?
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act cf Parliament, 1855.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. M0L8ON MaoPBBRSON, Pies. S. H. EwiN0,~Vice-Prea,
Jamf.s Elliot, General Manager,
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two   branches  in   Canada   and   Agencies   in   all   parts of tbe
world.
Interest credited four times •->   year at current rates  on  Savings
li.uik deposits, until Further notice.
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Kf.vblbtoex, B. C.
■HSJI.MHSJsa.BB
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
BEVELSTOK1'  ti. C
Bevelstoke Assessment District
TAKE NOTICE that 1 shall hold a
Court of Revision and Appeal, under
the " Assessment Act," respecting the
Supplementary Assessment Roll for
1908, for the Revelstoke Assessment
District, on Wednesday, the 25th day
of March, 11)08. at the hour of eleven
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court
House, Revelstoke.
Dated at Revelstoke, this 3rd day of
March, 1908.
0. M. FIELD,
Judge of the Court of Revision
and Appeal.
Revelstoke Assessment District
of West Kootenay.
NOTICE
Ituvi'lsuiku Luntl District,
District ot West Kootenay,
Take notice that 1, Donald Ileum ..I Arrowhead,
occupation Cruller. Iiiunil tu apply lor permia.lon
In purchase the following iluacrlla-'il land-
Comtii.uclng at the south-west corner ot Lot
Mil, Group I, In sulil iliatrlcl, thelu'e weat to
chalna, thence north HU rutins, thence west ml
chaina, tlience suuth el chains, thsnee east 40
cliains, thonce north HO chain, to point ul coin-
mencement.
Dal ail Jim. 16th, 1008,
weil jan ai
DOHAI.D DKWAII.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Lanil Dlstrlol.
District ol Weat " unianav.
Take notice that HO ilnys after date I inland
tu apply io the Chief Commlaaiouer of Lands
uml Wnrks lor permission to purchase the fol-
luwliiK described lands 1
I 'ninniaticiiiK at a post planted at the northeast corner ul Lot IWKi <l I, on Fish River,
thence easte chaina mure ur leas to west line
of A. A. UacKlunon'a tiro-eniption, thence
Hinith 80 chaius, thenre wesi 8 chains mine or
lesa Ui east Hue ul Lot IBUTi, O. I, thence north
1)11 chains tu puint uf onnimanneinolit.
Located this :inl day ul Fall. IHM.
ant feb 8        THOS  W   WILLIAMS, Lucater
ft   i*. II IT MARRV,   DOCTOR   in
11 11 III      I ilnspi.lr.     " Don't do   ■
II 11 la      I thins " till you aim clearly
U U II     ■ M'hiit«ii'-i iiy .'i'i "'
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
on health,illaeumi, love, manImf"and umcntiigi'
T.ills wlnil you'll usk u doctor, Iiul iluu I like lu
sin paKus, iiliiatniiiiil. JJ oiiitiai but u.Introduce
It wn sunil unu only tu any ailult for pualiigo,
III nonta.
M   HILL, PUB. OO.
IB* last BBth atrtnt,        NIW VOHK.
SHARES FOR SALE
Imperial  Development   $450 00
Bauk of British Columbia  110 00
Nicola Coal and Coke  100 00
Columbia Fruit and Land  100 00
Royal Collieries  25
B. C. Copper  4 75
Consolidated M. & S  72IX)
Diamond Vale Coal  18
International Coal  80
Sullivan   83
Above subject to confirmation.
Prospectuses nnd particulars concerning any of these Companies on
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OUR TIMBER
RESOURCES
The Protection of the Wild, and
the Things of the Wild—By
Cy. Warman in the March
"Rod and Gun."
Tlie saddest story in the history of
the United States, Bitve that of the
Civil War, is the story of the West;
and the saddest chapter is the one
that tells of the wanton waste and
utter destruction of the wild life of
tbat delightful land.
To me, the conquest of tbe West
was a tragedy. The Civil War postponed it for half a decade, but it had
to come. At tbe close of that carnage we came red handed from the
slaughter at the South and went at
the WeBt. There were few preliminaries, and no parley. We simply
swam the   Big   Water   and possessed
this beautiful, "not to say valuable
wild life was wasted. The Aniericiin
west, is almost empty of wild life today.
Fortunately, fur   the  peopla of   the
Republic, Euelern Stutus are beginning to protect game. Tbey find it
pays. The Forest, Fish nnd Game of
Maine yield a rich revenue to the
State. Half a million men women
und children visit Miiine annually,
leaving fifteen million dollars eaob
year. Tbey go to Maine because tho
fuiests are lull of wild life and because
one may lish and shoot Irom early
autumn to the end of the year for $15.
I am told that ten years ago no deer
weie seen in western Connecticut.
Today, as a result of a few years' protection, you can pick up tlie fresh
trail of tbe deer, four-legged and properly spelled, 45 minutes from Broadway.
For you, of Canada, this wind that
put out the wild life of tbe American
West, is not an ill wind, for it has
enhanced the value of your wilderness.
At the same time it has taught you, if
BRITISH COLUMBIA LOGGING SCENE.
the plains. The Red Man, the hered
itary Lord of the Land, stood up and
demanded recognition. We smashed
him and moved on. The wild thingB
that people the prairie smelled blood
and bolted, north and south.
In the wake of the trail-blazers and
road-builders, came the adventurers,
and alleged Bportsmen, galloping beside tbe clumsy cattle of the plain,
cirbining them and killing them for
their tongues and sometimes merely
for pastime.
And Iy the time ihe p thfinders
had dragged their chain to lhe sundown tea, the builders bad bridged the
continent, and tbe first Hag stations
began tu dm the desert of the Far
Wes'; in short, when the white man
had opened ilie lirst trail to lhe Pacific, ilieie ivus not a living ihing worth
mentioning in the rill- rat ge of Upright of way
Tiie last si.ilic, connecting tlie Union and Central Pacific whb driven in
May, 1868, Then came other builders
eetting stakes along tbe old Sar.ta Fe
trail, a- d yet other builders building
the Northern Pacific, and by tbe time
these lines were completed it was all
over with Lu and the buffalo. Somewhere I have seen two paintings, one
showing a buffalo bull Biuelling a
grade stake, the second tha finished
Hue, and by the roadside great heaps
of bleaching buffalo bones waiting to
be freighted to the refineries, back in
''God's Country," as tbey called the
place from which the killer came.
I would not belittle the builder, or
rob him of the fame he has won, but
it ia an everlasting shame that tbe
weet could not bave been won without
losing the best of it all.
1 bave always believed that the war
had a lot to do with the slaughter ol
the wild. A large majority ol the
men engaged in tbe construction of
the first railway bridge what was then
vnu   care   to   have   it  en, a valuable
1 -serin—to hold what you hnve.
But lirst of all y'U must save the
shelter. The forest is tbe natural
home of big game. Destroy your for
I'sts and your game will go, your rivers
will dry up, your fish will die, and
desolation will brood over this land
that, God made most fair.
The preservation of the forest need
entail no expense to the State. There
are forests   in   Switzerland  that have
tlie duty on logs, baler the southern
lumbermen hud the duty on lumber
restored, but with a club in hand.
Tbey said in substance, "The dluy on
lumber is two dollars, but if Canada
puts the duty back on logs it will be
four dollars."
In order to prevent the exportation
I of logs to be worked up on tbe other
' Bide, and at the same time side-step
the hig stick—that is the threat of
another two dollars on lumber—tbe
Ontario Government made a new regulation. They Bitid, you can have all
the logs you can pay for, but you
must manufacture iu Canada. That,
in substance, iB Ontario's answer, and
it seems to one who is not an expert
in such matters, that Quebec would do
well to follow Ontario's example.
Having solved the saw log problem,
you will have to do something soon to
protect your pulp and tie timber. You
own railways—national and provincial;
you are paying 40 cents (or ties that
Could be had three years ago for 20
cents, became of the American demand, and instead of diminishing, the
demand is increasing, for there is no
panic on tbis continent—only a slight
iittick nf Commercial Hysteria, aggra
vated by the npproaoh of a Presidential election, Up here it's a sort of
"sympathy strike,"
Certainly it is guud business to cut.
and market your merchantable tim
ber, bit the cut ti n j* should be dune
intelligently, and all hruidi and ib-br's
Imi'iii'il ns ihe cutting proceeds, which
r>duces tho danger from forest tires,
ami leaves the nnil lil ti receive new
seed. No acre u' fur st should be
mown like a mesduw, leaving smly a
hateful Hiuiuile of slumps. Uncle
Sam i.s cutting one Muni ed hii ion
feet, annually and growing ihirtj-
five billion feet t.i> fill the gap Thirty-
iive years at this pace will clear his
land.
Many of the once wooded mountains
of Italy, are barren desolate bills today, becaused when the forest was all
removed the rains washed the ani]
away, making reforesting impose! le.
Protect your forest while you have
it for when it is gone you will be
utterly helpless. You will not be as
fortunate as your neighbnrs. There
will he no "Last Wilderness," just
over   tbe   line   for   you   to visit and
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been cut over four hundred years, and
the annual revenue increases aa the
years go by. By scienlilic lumbering
you cut out the old trees and encourage the young ones. It would be
almost aB foolish to let your forests go
to waste uncut, as to allow them to be
lumbered wastefully. Work them
and reap the rich reward, but work
them up in Canada.
The idea used to prevail that the
big plant came to Canada for cheap
labor.    That is not so today.     I   any
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UKT  THK HABIT
OPPOSITE   Y.   M,   I'.    A.
CEDAR FORESTS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
called the Great American Desert,
were ex-soldiers who seemed to take a
savage delight in slaying iveiy living
thing that crossed their trail. The
'•dead-shot" City Marshal, the border
ruffian and the professional bad nmn
were the natural product of the bitter
-.•I'd sown in that seething hell called
ihe "Civil War."
Let us return to the other animals.
The point I am aiming at is that wli.it
is known as the middle west, was the
natural hnnie of the deer, the elk, the
antelope and all that interesting hoofed   and   h'lrnud   family, and tbat all
let Americans and American capital
enmc and assist in tu ning to account
the rich resources of the Dominion,
and in developing your country, hut
let them do their developing above the
boundary; there should be no striking
below the belt.
The story of tho swimming saw log
is interesting and inst uctivo. To
oll'set » dollar tax, on Canadian pine,
the Dominion imposed a two dollar
export duty on logs To remove the
bitter, American lumbermen had the
duty ou lumber repealed, when tho
Dominion   reciprocated   by removing
enjoy, even by paying high license
Yours is the last wild, and if you
squander it your children's children
will Bit in the sun beside silent streams
that are murmuring musically today.
President RooBevelt suggests a reduction in the tarilT on pulp and that
Canada refrain from imposing an export duty. Congressman Littlefield,
of Maine, makes a good guess when he
predicts that Canada will not follow
the President's suggestion.
In New Hampshire there iB a forest
that was lumbered sixty years ago.
Thu usual fire that followed killed
everything save a few defective pines
left by the lumberman. These re
miiining pines seeded the soil and at
the end of sixty years the ownora were
able to harvest thirty thousand feet
board measure to the acre. Tbat is
an average of live hundred feet per
aero per annum, but if they had taken
only tho larger treos, burned the debris at a cost of twenty cents per
thousand feet of lumber, this forest
might just us well havo been harvested
every live years. In Michigan a forest
dcstioycd in the samo way, leaving
only a few seed trees, grew a second
growth of pines which was cut in 30
years.
Limits thnt »ro Bold are sold. What
has been done is done—but Irom this
day fin ward there will ho no excuse
for any Government that sells timber
without reserving tlm right to boss tho
job  ,f culling.
lieu, this Irom an American puhli
nation, "Forestry and Irrigation,"
Washington, I). 0,1
"It is veiy much to be hoped that
the Canadians will not allow us to cut
their timber without regulation, however eager we may be to buy it. This
would bo for their benefit and likewise
lor ours. For tne sike of a permanent
supply, we should wish that Canada
or any other country from which we
may havo to import lumber shsiulil
put its forests under the same careful
administration   that   now is given to
the   national   forests   in   the United
Slates."
The United States Government baa
demonstrated beyond dispute that
brush and debris can be burned as tbe
logging proceeds and that the cost of
this work adds onlj 15 to 20 cents per
thousand to the cnBt of the lumber to
tbe consumer.
Ontario Bhould have at least 50,-
000,000 acres of forest and game re
servos instead of the 7,500,000 which
you have. Some of these should be
■;iime havens, like Algonquin, some
open to tbe Bporteman ns Temagami.
Mr. Soutnworth estimates that 40,-
000,000 acres of forest would produce
produce $30,000,000 net annually.
And when you have established
these forest reserves try to attract
seme of the millions that are spent in
Maine.
Lord Hawke, who has returned to
London after shooting ie Canada, says
Ilia two moose heads—one secured iu
New Brunswick and the other in Ontario—cost him $1,000. He does not
complain. He is coming back this
year, but lie considers the charge oi
$50 out of all reason, considering the
short season and other limitations.
A man is always better coming in
contact with nature. To I" utterly
alone   in   the   desert   when the dark
lies down is awful but inspiri g.
To stand alone in a def p forest is to
"feel things." It has made a man,
not deeply religions, ;r over sentimental, exclaim in a breath:
By day I walk the woodland green,
And cine ao close to God,
His answering Signals may be seen
In each wild rose's nnd.
One of tbe best signs of the times is
the awakening ol all America to the
fact that this continent must not be
Bliorn, that the pvers must be allowed
to continue to sin their songi, ai d
that ihe furred, f athered, hoofed at d
horned things Bball not perish and
fade from the face ol the earth.
The voice of nature is your mother
tongue, and you wont forget.
A touch of nature makes a man of a
boy and a buy of a man. It puts a
new Bong in your mou'h.
Only last summer your north woods
caught and held for ten glad days a
dozen Chicago newspaper men, auth
ors and poets, ch.irmid and delighted
them and sent them out singing.
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Bi rclitoke Land biauiuL
Dis'rici uf Wmt KootanAT
Taku noiK-c: thai I. K u BtratiM..oi v*kuip,
Fret-Miner, inteu-l lo n >ply fur Hperinl licences to cut timber from Hie follow.:••' de-crtbed
land;.:
1. Commencinp at ft pMt planted about 100
JUrdl ;.'■:.! ;.<■*. of T, L. i. .'*'■ a;; i r .•■iiiiig
Miutb ltJOebaiim, thence wen 4': chttliii, thence
north lftJcbaini, thence ea*t 4i> chain* t« point
»f commencement.
2, Commencing at a po*t planted oq the
north-west corner of Limit No. 1 and running
went 8u ebaloj, thenc* nur'.h 80 chaini, thenre
east 6u chain-, thence nouth o> cnaiua lu point
of commencement,
j Commencing at a ;> >it planted on or near
the B. W, corner of T. L No. T«lti, and running
•uuih oo chaina, thenre easts i hains, thence
uortb bO chains, thenca west bv chains to point
>f < s-Hitne ... •■lu-Mii.
Dated Dec. 14, l«u7
4. Commencing at a post planted on or near
the S.VV. corner oil L. No IO.JIj. aud running
south 16u cbains, thence e&ai -to cbains, theoce
north 16u cbplns, theuce we.-t 40 cbalna to
point of commtneemeut,
6. Commencing at a post planted on or near
tbe S E, corner of T. L. .o kv-i-ti. and running «t'-t iu chains, thence Bouth 160 chalna,
ihence east 40 chaius, thence north 160 chalna
to puint of commencement.
6. Commencing al a p..it planted on or near
the S.W, corner of Timber Limit No. 10238, and
runuing south 40 chains tneuceeast 160cbains,
thence north 40 chains, thence west 160 chaini
to point of commencement.
Dated Dec. 18 1907.
7. ' "in nitnring at a post planted on or near
tbe 8. K. corner of Timber Limit No. 10,240,
nnd running oorth 4u cbains, thence east It*
cnaiua, thence south 40 chains thenue weat 160
cbains to point ol commencement.
Dated Dec. 19,19tr7.
sat feb 15 F. O. 8TKAUB0.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
NOTICE
ItuvulaUika Land In-iru-i.
Iii-iiir! i.f WsjhI Kn.iU.-nny,
Taksi inllio lhal I. II. r. Rs-ttmjr of I'oplar.
H.C., occupation l'roi.p«uir. Intend lo applr for
a apecUl liiTiu r u, cut ami carry away liaiber
from the following dwcrllwsl land.:
1. I ..iniiiiii'-inst at a po*t planted oo the
Waal bank of Ittiaty Cn-ek, marked "H K.
lls'iimy'H aoin h-i'iiat corner poat," about S mile*
•mutln'riy from tho lAnlo rirer, la- wc-a Ralnil
I nii-li and Tenderfoot Creek, adjoining Timber
Limit 1I2.MI running weat, thsnee woat It.
chalna, tlis<nee north 10 chalna, thenc 'aat I*'
.lialni, thenco anuth Hi chalna io point of com
luunri'iiieat. cont lining tttn aerca more or leaa,
2. 1'olninsinellig at a poat pUnt.'d on lhe wea.
bank nt ItiiHty i;reck. marked "B. K Itaaiu)'-
niirlliea.t corner lK>*t," alaiat 3 milea «..>itli< ui
from the Ijinlu river between KapM I reek aiel
'I'cudi rftiol I'rcek, theme weat 19) chain .
theuce aoulli HI chains thence ea«t 180 chain-.
thence north In chalna to point of cimulcnre-
inent, com alning ttln aorea more or lea*.
3. Commencing at a ;><.-' planted 00 th.
went bunk of Riissty Creek, markiil "B 1
Kearny'., north weal corner poat.'' aboul I mile-
aoiitherlj from tin.' La'ilu river. b«* ween Bapin
Creek and Teinlerfiait Creek, Ihence eaatu
cbalna, thence aouth m chaina, thence weat Wi
chaina, thence north 80 chalua to point of oooi
nn.ii. .im nt, containing Wi n' re. more or lea..
Located 15th Deeeinlser, 1»I7.
wed Jan 14 b. r.BtAMi.LoosMor.
NOTICE.
Kcve-Utoko Land District.
DUtricl of Wait Kootenay.
Take notice thai we, O. O Woodward and B,
Y. Ken my, of  Poplai   Creek, li, C, occupation
Proapectors, Intend to apply for a special li-
ceoootocul and carry away timber from tlie
following described land*:
1. Commencing at a post planted on the west
bank of Poplar Crook, about j union up, marked *'C. O, Woodrow and li. K Heamy's aoutb *
eaat corner post," running alone O K Btsrell'i
uortb boundary of No. 2 Timber Limit 121S9,
thonce   west  80 ohaina, thence m-nh 81) chahis,
hence east w» chains, tbenco mjulIi ftl chains to
noinl of commencement, containing t>iu aores
or Ies".
2. Commencing at a posl planted on lho
west bank of Poplar Creek, aboul 6M miles up,
marked "C. U Woodrow and ii. K, Keumy's
north-east corner pusi, thenc** west iw cbains
'Wong U. L. Hevell's No. 2 Timber Limit 12UM
south boundary, thenco soutb SO chains, thoncc
eaat 8u chains, thenc** north 80 chains to point
oi commencement, containing 010 acres more or
less.
Located IStb December, 1907.
wed jan 15 C. O. WOODROW,
B. Y. hkamy. Locator*.
NOTICE
EUvelatoke Land District
L>i*>uiciuf We»t ICootonay.
lnke i.ou e Lhat a O. Johnston of Poplar
Creek, oieup'Uiuti Men hant, inti nda lo apply
ioi anp.ctttj itoonve lootll audcarryaway Una*
ot r ii   in ibe following duecnied land-.:
tomnieli- ing at a post pUnte>t about pi
milee up P>piar Crerk turn Poplar townaite,
caning fur iue ooutn-eaat corner of Timber
L mil UL-9. iii.rkeu A ii. J., hn ton's south-
wee corner pu.-L," ibence ea*i 80 cnains, thenoo
north eu ed in *., thouce wwt 80 chains, thence
bouth &u cliains to point of coiainenoemoDt.
coutainiug 84" aorea more or leaa
Located 10s.li Dee.. IHuT.
A. Q. JOHNSTON,
wed jan 15 B. K. Roam]-, Agent.
NOTICE-
PUBLIC NOTICE is herby gi»«n that the
Cauadiau Pacific Rdilway Company has tbil
•lay deputed iu the Didtrict Ltud Registry
Otlice at Nell n, In the pr *in-o of Hritiah
L^'lumLia a plan profile aod book of re(«rence«
-h-.wiut; a i.rcini-e.i braucb line from the Bev*
elatoke r*...e.ier Spur ... C. B. Uuiae A t!o«*
pony's warehooso, situate in the I ity of Bmi-l-
-i.ike in tii° pr-vice** of Bn;ish Cutuuibia
,4f(iresai<i; nc-1 th»t iLc laid Canadian Pacific
Hallway Lompauj wH. .. - suoti after tho ezpir-
... rn. <■: fi.iif *fck* ir*mi tho fifal publicMLiuB
..I this Notl*»o a1* tne oppUeatlou can be heard,
apply to thi B-ur: .-i Railway t.'uinmis-inners
fori utindu fur ii pr<>v. , ol t e said braucb line
.:.!■■-* i.. rn. ■ w;i;i iii.. pruruiuijsuf the Rail*
way A'-l.
i i.r-i tn;- fif.eenth da> of January. Vi- .
1908.
H. MARPOLK,
satfeb22lDn (Jeneral EzecntiTe Asaistant.
Certificate  of Improvements
Hjk H<>pc Kractioi) Mineral Claim, situate fo
the Trout Lake Mining Division of Kootenay
District,    Wbi*re .ucated:—Poplar Croek,
T'tk< ii.i'ic'- that I.Charle John Allan Newton Padley. of Nebon, B c. Krao Miner's <>rti-
ti -ate No. bOBQ8 B. Intend, aixty d.y^ frdai date
hereof, to apply to tke Mining Recorder for a
Certifloate <»f Improvements, for the purpoae of
obtaining a Crown Uraal of the above nalm.
And further take untie* that action, under
Section -*7, niuiit be commenced before tlie
laraanto ot nitcii Certifloate uf ImpruvumenU.
DaUd ; i.i- *.<.!. day of January, A-D . 19U%
w d jan 15 <*, J. A   K. PADl.RY.
Certificate cf Improvements.
3STOTICE
Reveuue Mineral Claim  •itnate fn Ihe Lardoaa
Mining Diribiun of Weat Kootenay District.
Where located :—On Pool  Creek,   being aa «-
teusiou  of  the  Tariff  miueral ci .im,  and
parallel with  the Moseuw and Mohawk oa
the souih-wetterly side.
Take  uutice that   I,   U    Smith.   F.M.C No.
H-.11!B.   agent   for  Otta Abeling. Special Free
Miner's  Certificate No. 8lu5, intene. kutl daye
Irum tbe date   hereof, to apply to   tha   Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Im prove m ante, for
tbe purt«u*-,e of obtaining a frown Qraut of tke
above claim.
And   further  take  notioe that action, ander
Section 37, mutt be commenced before tha issuance of each i ertifieate of ImproTemaoti.
Dated this lath day of March AD   1906.
mch 11 wed B  SMIIH.
NOTICE
Revelatoko Land liiatrld.
Iliatrlcl of Weal Koolonay.
Take uotlai that I, il. F. Heaniy. of Poplar
Creek, Ii. C.„ occupation Proapooter, Inteoda lo
apply for a »i-ecial licence to out and carry
a«a> timber from the following deicnbea
landa:
I. ConiMiooclBg al a »oat planted about 900
feet on the north aide of Poplar Creek, narked
"H. K. lteamy'a north-caat con.«r poat," adjoin-
ing tho weet boundary of Timber Limit No.
Hfi2, about one mile weat of lhe llrat aoutb
fork of I'oplar Creek, thenoe weat DO chalna,
llionco south HU chaina, thence etmt 811 chain.,
tlience north W chalna to point of commencement. I'uiiluinliia M0 aprea more or lesia.
] < 'nmn.en..ing at a poet planted about M
(eel on the north aide of I'oplar Creek, marked
-H. K. Heaniy'. noiilh-caal corner poat. adjoining the woat boundary ol Timber Limit No.
11 liU, about one mile weat of the llrat aouth
fork of Poplar Creek, ibence weat HO cbalna,
iiiii. <• north HO' hum-, thence eaat HO ohaina,
thenco -uuHi 80 chain, to point of commence
inenl, containing MO acre, moro or leaa.
.'!. ( iHumeiicing at a poal planted on the eaal
liank nf the accond aouth fork of Poplar Creek,
aliout one mile up markod "B. I" Kiainy a
in.ri l. i'.i-i corner poat," Ihence weal *U chain.,
Ihence wiulh leu chalna, thenoe eaat tn chalna,
thence north 180 chain, to point of commence-
ment, containing 640 acre, more or leaa.
I Coinuieiiclng at a poal planted aboul I li
inliea weauirly from the flnsl aouth fork of Poplar Crook, marked "II. K. Its-auw. north-weal
corner i«».t," tlience ea»l 80 chalna. tbenoe
south B0 chalua, thenoe weal 80 chain., thenoe
north 80 chalna to point uf commencement,
containing M0 acres, more or leaa,
6. Commencing al a poat planted aboet.W
nillpa weaterly from tho Brat aouth fi.rk of Poplar Creek, marked "B. K. Baeroy'a north-eaat
corner poaL" thenoe weat Ml cbalna, theirTse
-outh 180 chain., thence eaal ID chalne, theuce
north ioi . Ins.ui- to point of con.iueuren.enl,
containing MO acre, moreor leaa
& Commenrini al a poal planted about live
milea winterly from the llrat small, fork of P <p-
Ur Creek, marked "B. K. Heaniy'. aouth-weet
corner punt," thence eaat 180 ohaina, Ihence
north in , h.iina, thence weet 100 ohaina. thenee
-outh in. ilhiii to point of conun.uo.nwul, con-
i.urn.k 610 acre, moro or leaa.
Located ITIh December, 11*17.
wiiIjbiiI.'i B  t. HKAMY  Locator.
NOTICE.
Iieielatiskr Land Iiutrl'i
Hi.Iriil ol am kootanar.
Take notloe that 1, J Doogalof ISaka..
' .plain, inland to apply for •oriaieelo* to pax
ohaae the following deaoribed liada:
I Vimni.ii..insr al a poet planted at th. N. W.
corner ot Lot No. .'..It, running isnuih '*) chain.,
ihence weat 20 chain,, Ihence nnrtli ai chain.,
thenee eaat 20 ihain. to point et cuuimaaeeaieat.
Dated He.   IVtb, Uui.
JVLK'B DOUOAL,
jan tut D. Dewar. ageal '
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Millinery   Opening
We beg to announce that
Our Spring Millinery Opening will take place next
Tuesday, March 24th, and
following days.
We extend a cordial invitation to
all the ladies.
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Born
Gkacer—At Revelitoke, B. C, on
Monday, Maroh 16, 1908, to Mr. and
Mri. All Orauer, a son.
Weather Forecast
Saturday, March 21et, for 24 hours.
—Generally fair, cloudy.probable rain.
Temp. max. 56; min 36 degrees.
Local and General.
•Come Io the Hospital Whist party
on Tueadsy, March 24th. Refreshment*, etc.
R. H. Truemnn trill visit Kevelstoke
Studio for two weeka, commencing
Thursday. March 26th.
Don't forget the High Tea on Easter
Monday, April SO, by the Indies' Aid
of the Methodiet church.
Over the door of an hotel betweeu
Revelstoke and Vancouver, can be
teen this tempting (ign, "Try our
famouB 1896 vintage. Once drunk,
alwayi drunk.''
House cleaning season is at hand
We can help you. Your curtains,
carpets, rugs and carpet squares, we
make them look like new.—-Revelstoke
Steam Laundry
Messrs. Reid a. Young are holding
their spring millinery opening un
Tuesday, March 24, afternoon and
evening. The Revelstoke public are
cordially envited to attend.
The man wbo was recently sun
struck still lemains in a precariou.
condition. Tbe public are generous
in their solicitations as to the result
of the accident Fifty cents will enable any one to give his or her version
of the aequel to the affair.
Tbe population of Kamloops is in-
erea.ir.g. Last night a batch of 25
prisoners arrived at the local gaol from
the coast, where the prisons are tilled
to overflowing. The prisoners are
mostly short sentence men. P, C.
Gladwin, of North Vancouver, late ol
Kamloops, wae one ol tbe ofticere in
charge.—Kamloops Bantinel.
N' v, that measles are so pie.aleut
in the town, and at ihi) time of the
year children are particularly susceptible to contagion aud infection, it is
tbe duty ol all parents to tak- eitra
|.recautiiii,8 over their children and if
any I them take measles the child or
hildren who have ihain should I«
iept in ised fur ten days at least from
the ..HUM and ii, the house lor quite
two week., as cuinplicati'.iis ol n serious nattire may arise il the child is
allowed out of doors loo soon. Klsi ■
where in this issue will be found the
report and advice given by Pr, Curtis,
city medical health orticer, regarding
mssviles.
For Strained Muscles
ANU BHU1BES
THOMAS'
White
Liniment
.The inisst affective liniment on
the market
ISc. and 50C   Per Bottle
WALTER BEWS,  - Phm. B.
Druggist Nt  STATIONER
V- ■ ' -
OUR SHOWING
OF GROCERIES
is ii demonstration of s.ui'
ability to supply high-rrrado
(roods at lowest grade prices,
Come and sue it before umk-
Ingup your grnsery ordei'.
You'll lind so many good
things to eat hero at snob
moderate prices that buying
here means betlei' living al
l.'.ss expense than ynu
thought possible.
m
%r*°*R«
HOBSOJV
VV E
SERVE YOU WITH BREAD
that equals any Unit "mother
used to hake." It's so good
that once you try it, you'll
see thu folly of bothering
with home linking any
longer. Suppose you tnke n
rest for a week and have us
supply the bread. We think
you'll like our bread us wel
as your own, perhaps better.
Try it nnywiiy.
f3L    BBLL
YOU CANT
MAKK ANY MISTAKE WHEN YOU BUY
NICOLA  COAL
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REAL ESTATE,    INSURANCE:   -Fire,  Life
Accident;    MONEY TO  LOAN
Kincaid   i\.   And e rso n
bF I R S T   S T R E E T -j
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Social and Persona
VV. Daina d, of Golden,   is   in   the
c.ty nnl.ii.
I). K. Mi.,.l'i.ns..it I...I. this week lur
Three Valley.
A. Gowing, of Trout I/iko, whs in
the eily yesterday.
1' st muster MoRuc has retui mi
from ii i i. it. to UMiiwh,
Mrs. Thuo. Ludgate, of Aiiiiivhe.nl,
wus in the oily tin-, week.
Miss flobintl I'll ' ..sun. of • Irilliu,
Out , is visiting Mr and .Mrs. II.
Bruce.
Mrs. Broclic, of Uleiig.ry, n«nr
Ottawa, is visiting her uepiiew, Vlox,
Mo.Kue.
Mr. .Iiiiiii s (I. bin and hi iile, rctiirmd
un  Thursday  evening   from   the   old I
country.
We aro pleased lo bo able to announce that Miss l.'iey Brock, who is
suffering fri in n severe attack ol
pneumonia following ou meusloB, lins
taken h turn for the better,
Messrs. 11 McEuolicru, M, Calder,
8. Carmichael, .1. Bibbalil, A. Doyle
II. Crcolniiui, M Anderson and Mr,
Aldritt, Y.M.C.A. physical director,
lift on Thursday night for tho const,
to tnke part iu the junior bnskut kill
ci.'niiipionsliip competitions.
A Royal Slave
Mr. Clarence Bennett, in introducing "A Royal Slave" to lho patrons ot
our theatre, not i nly promises but
assures us that this production is a
distinct departure irom ull others thai
have been presented 111 our city.
"A Koyal Slave" wns liikrn from an
ac!nil iccurreiice, the Bcenea being
reproduced from photogrnphs ol old
Mexico, nr. u d ivliioh lhe play was
ivrilten. The chutY.clei's nf "Agtiilu,"
"El Copitnu"—a noted I audit—and
'-.I tin ii Alvarez," figure in many parts
of Mexican history. The oiiBt has
been carrfully selected, the iiiembers
being especially engaged for their respective' roles—Opera Ilnuso, Thins
day, March 26th,
Musical Eveniny.
The  following  is the programme nf
the Epworth League meet ing on Monday night in the Methodist Church:
Piano Duet. Mrs.Knight,Miss X.Smith
Vocal Solo Miss Borden
Quarts Ue. .Messrs. R. Hayes, I.Hayes,
J eFeimx and Watson
Vocal Solo    Miss Mclntyre
Piano Solo Miss Eva Thompson
Vocal Solo    Mrs. Dent
Reading  Mr. W. Bews
Piano Solo Miss Croigbton
Vocal Solo M rs. Bews
Vocnl Duet Mrs. Dent and Mrs.
Squarehriggs.
Proceeds of tbe evening in aid ol
repairs to Epworth League Ward in
the hospital.    Collection ut the door.
Blissful Sleep
The Rev. J. R Robertson will preach i .I.B.Brown of Strathcooa, Alt., has
in the Y.M.C.A. tomorrow Sunday] opened up a fre«h igg and butter store
afternoon, and   Miss   Mabel   Leonard I in the Gordon Block on Second 81.
will sing during the service.
The whist party under the auspices
of the Ladies Hospital liuild will commence at 8 .'iU sharp in the City Hall.
Tuesday, March 24.     Admission   50c
The iufant sou ol Mr and Mrs. F.
0. Brown waa christened on Thursday,
the Rev. C. A. Procunier officiating.
Dr. Cross anil Misa Roberta Brown
were the sponsors.
Messrs. C. B. Hume .t Co. are holding their spring milliuery opening on
Tuesday, March 24th, afternoon and
evening. The Revelstoke public are
cordially invited to attend.
F. s Goodman,   f tbe International
committee of the Y.M.C.A. is to spend
March :ilHt with the ii.cal asaiiciation.
The Ir. V M l A basket ball team
left for Vane nver i bnraday night.
They expect to play lirst game tonight.
The Shamrocks won out over a
mixed team on Wednesday, ft was
an interesting close gam; anil an
enthusiastic crowd to cheer it on.
The Revelstoke Amateur  Dramatic
Club have arranged to  stage another
. of tin ir popular product ions on   May
The   management   ,,i   the   Ed .on   25th amHa now busy over  rehea
Parlor lheatre   wish to announce thai
Mr. K Julian has not purchased tbeir      Sunday afternoon al from   I t.. '. in
in.ring picture machine as   has  been   tbe Y.M.O.A. there Is a  gathe   .
nis.li     a programme of music for half
no hour or 10 mi'l a   brief   I.I'I • --   ■
the   li.'i     i   I,     Rob. rtsi ii     I bit   i
! talked of ar.uiul town   nor has lie am
connection  whatever with  the bus!
1 lies!
Sure lhe   balms   have   llie   uu'iisli-n in
t   un
[And    witbOUl    care     turtliei    trouble
comes do. n
So now parents all
rake need to this call
Don't let ynui   bairns go   ml too KW D
Chllllwack, the   new   oity    .(   the
; Kraser marked Its graduati in ... such
last week when the civic oil ■ iall   m   |
letted after  a   lively  contest,     rf  A
open. o. all   men    The   bnilding
pei from 8 a.on t •   10 n.n
; ila>«    Strange ■ an  i ordiall. invited
Our fruit trei    nai    11   I'apping haiI
a ronsignmi nt    I i .hipped
ni   Penticton  by   th    n Sin
lory ' lo "i. Satui ds i Maroh 14, and
p| mted tin in mi." gardi n In Revi]
stoke   on   the   morning nl   M
1 M mil 18     U'iii ihould >'.'. pall
I Bawley was elected mayor and' Messrs   ,0,e,l*n,  nur"ries. when   .
J   Munro,.)   H   A.IiwpII  It    Mar-hall  IT1'   1,e""l,f"     ,lr""    ''
T, E. Oaaltej  and 'i    il
I alderDSSn.
I    Owing to the   laigs  sale   of   tickets
! lur the progressiva  whist party for the
Widows'and Orphans lnnil. under
j the auapioes of   the    Pythian   Sisters
and Kuights of Pythias, to be bald on
I Wednesday  March 26th,   it will prob
in.., be necessary to engage the Opera
House lor the occasion,
On Sunday evening, Mari.lt 22ml,
Rev. W. P, Freeman, pastor ol the
iiii pi it church will begin au Inter*
sating series of sermons on " Messagi s
from   Isaiah   to  the   Twentieth   (in
tury " The subjects are as follows —
" The liiest Assizes," "Jinmsnuel,"
"The Kiiiiilow nl» Mini," "To Women,"
"An   Old   Stump,"    "Too  Suffering
Servant/' " God's Ways and Man'-"
" Standing in the Sunsbioc,"
Jackson M | clieap »nd fra-ih, home grot
| plea of   the   fiknnHgiin   Nuraei    i   ,
Itook can be  seen growing in tbi   j •
den of R. Tapping, sales managor    31
No   woman   Ims   over   invented   «
labor raving device for use in a  kltob
en, und if left, lo herself, no woman
would ever it"'  one.       The   only    m.
provementi made in oooki iv were dm
to the Incursion ol  tl dorly  male
in this region. All the great cooks
are inon, and modern time laving
devioei in the kitchen w iro only made
possible by the fact that steamers nnd
lintels lii-ought. into thnt. desolate area
— lhe kitchen the triumphal male.
Woman to Ibis day is conliiil to got
her results by the inosl, primitive
means; In milking puddings she st.iil
men lire) by heaped tea spoonful and
half spoonsful,
Michael Callahan, u sicii >n buss for
the Southern Railroad in the little
town of l.iidl iw, Ky., has a keen Gaelic wit. Une warm afternoon, while
walking along the railroad tracks, he
found a sictioii bind placidly s.coping
beside the rails. Callahan looked disgustedly at the delinquent fnr a full
minute and then remarked:
"Slape on, ye lazy spalpeen,slape on,
fur as long as you slape you've got a
job, but when you wake up you ain't
got none."
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the   people   of   Great   Britain by the
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. and miff widely-read   newspapers   in
the mother  country,     On   the   date
ni.■ ■-. ■ d, an I '.'t-i-.i- Edition
called   The Standard  ol   Empire," to
,    n ■ "i.   pages,   containing
n i.i-.ii, will he
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editb . of the Htai dard »o as  to form
an integrs    p lential
ip
Fruit Farms at Ashcroft
C, H. Wilkini .    idol     Eng.,
prom I i
to Cil .'-.wiij dI a -in i-J' into
untry      On  a
- ...| icn   trn. i    bi     i   ugbl
fr uu tin  li .million   '' '.'• ■ nmonl     i I
he .- now In ilalling an irrigatlo
lyatl
Tl     ■ <' -■  bet I   ..ii in
i . ,'-:,    I,,,   ne<i   fall and
i'yi-i ., i.i. ii... will i '• ready  lur  the  now
■el tli i     iu   I in:     I- How ii s.iid
Mi   Will  o    ii      ' I ml'ml  to  'lit,   up
my hoi.ling:: into li " .'i"' ''"'ni', 'i' re
tracts   I', o'lt i.mi-   will '"  rn iiiinii ed
a supply nf waler. The soil there is
well adapted for growing nil kinds of
fruit, I anticipate thai many English people will settle nn these lauds."
Navel .,taliges ill tbn ' l/.rs, III, .ill
nnl (10 in nis per il"/' i. nil sweet and
juicy.    ('. II. Hiiine A. Co,
Contract  Signed
Win.mpeo, March 21 —A e nl act
was signed today between Mr Frank
W. Morse, vice-p i si lent of im Urn ■
hunk Paeilie, fur lhe lire UK) ill i
easl ol l'i .ii .. Hii)! rt, lhu II un
being io Un- "eighhotho d of Ifli.OI 0,
001). Foley; W it.si. & Sum nt, lb hi
railroad u. iitructni-'i, ivero Liu success
ful tenderers, i d will i-'a:! w 11; »t
once
The Mechanical Traveler.
Oni'of tin- inosl notublc invention,
in I he evoluiroii ul I he locomol ive wni
known as Bruiilou's Mecbunical 'l'ia-
Vellei', ninih' in 111 - ye I' 181 I. Bl'UD-
ton was aiva e that the action of the
horse up to thai time IihiI been the
most. Biicces-ful incus of hauling
vehicles, and the question arose, why
not nliii-/.■• i he oclion "I Ihe horse
inechnniciilly? The engine was duly
built to pm Iiiii idea in priict ice. It
Inula horizontal boiler nuil a single
cylinder art on lop with piston con-
necling iv iih levers thill ncted the pari
of a horse's legs.
The invention pxv.ii .' much utton-
tioii. It. hud il e ui., ii of noting as
tho designer inti iided il should, aud
one day thai it wis on trial, rushing
along at a .-[.tvil ol ihreu miles nn
hour, accompanied by n host of ltd
mirers, the boiler exploded, throwing
hot wn'ei', pieci b ol iron, and disaster
among the cinvd. That ended the
career of the Mechanical Traveller.
Churches.
C.vnioi.ir. — Rev. Father Coccolti
pastor. Services every Sunday
at tlie following hours: 8 a.m. Communion Mn-; 10:30 n.m, High ' nss
and M.'i'inon; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:30
p.m. Sunday Sohool; 7:.>;' p.m. Rosary,
Instruction nnd Benediction.
St. Andrew's Pkesbyteuian—Rev
VV. C. Calder, pastor, Sin day, .Mob. 22
Servicea 11 a.m., 7;li0 pm, Sun.lay
School aul Pastor's Bible Hiss, 2.30
p.m. Morning subject, "An I m pi eont
ory Psalm." Evening, "The Joy ol Si r-
vice." Young People's Meeting Mon
day S p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday K p.m. Choir practice nnd Teach
era' meeting Friday 8 p.m,
Methodist—Rev T.W. Hall, pastor,
Services on Sunday ns follow- i—
At 11 a.m., morning  service;  2:30. p.
m., Sunday selio .1 und Bihle oIubb;
7:30. p.m. evening service. Morning
subjeet, "God's Challenge to lli-
Chiu'cb." Evening suhj. or, 'No neutral ground in the Christly Life, nnd
Why?" Monday evening Epworth
League of OiE.under direction of social!
department nt 8 o'clock Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'c'ock
Rev. E. Treninyiie Duatan of Sydney,!
Aiistralin. will picnch a special evangelistic sermon on Friday evening the
27th at 8 o'clock, and Mr F. B Wii-
Bon, of the same place, will sing
A cordial invitation is extended to all
thise services.
Knox Presbyterian—J It Robertson, 13. D., minister, Sunday services
nt 11 a m aud 7:30 p in. Sunday
school at 2:30 p.in. Morning subject,
"Always Pleasing the F thor." Evening subjeet, "The Bread of Life for a
Dying World." Thu Young People's
Society on Monday ut 8 p in. Prayer
meeting on Wednesday night nnd
choir practice on Friday night. A
cordial invitation is given to all the
services.
Baptist—Rev. W. P. Freeman, B.A.
pastor. Services at llit.m. nnd 7:30
p.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m
Morning BUbject, "The Bulwarks of
the Church." Evening, "The Great
Assizes," I eiag the lirst ill the series
of messages frum Isaiah to the Twentieth Century. B.Y P.I', on Monday
at 8 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
at 8 p.m. Everyone ia invited to
these servicea.
St. Peter's Anglican—Rev. C. A.
Procunier, M.A., rector. 3rd Sunday
in Lent. 8 a. m. Holy Communion,
11 a.in. Matins, 7.30 p. m , Evensong,
2 30 p in Sunday sohool. Wednesday
and Friday at 7:30 p.m. Evensong.
ases.iw-.'^'.^i s^sasaaa-eee
RESOLVED
,r„\TTHERESiN0.
LOOKING AROUND EVERY
THAT THERKNOU5E J[T-Hti gjr^.j
DIRECTION WHLrN THERE"
ISA PLACE IN YouRQTY
WHERE THEY SELL THE
E£ST SELECTED THINGS. ^
KEEP YOUR EYES    '
OPEN,TRIENDS,
\avn'5wKv\* i OWtN, ■ n ,l-n uo' I ., Tmt » V>
WHY WAaSTEYoUR TIME LOOKING AROUND
WHEN EVERYONE WILL TELL Vol/. THAT WE
.STAND AT THE TOP IN ALL LINE.S OF DR.Y-
GOOD^ AND READY-TO-WEAR^. WE Do NOT
FEAR COMPARISON AND INVITE YOU To COMPARE OUR GOODS AND PRICES WITH OTHERS.
TRY ON OUR GARMENTS, AND IE TIT AND
PRICE DOES NOT SUIT YOU DON'T TAKE THEM.
SPRING COATS AND SKIRTS Wu call especial allt-iiUun lo
our Spring Coats aud Skirts-made of lhu best nuil newest materials
tailored in the very best style, workmanship and finish in advance of
oiistui'i) uiiiile ivoi'k, nnil ill prices nbaul Iwo-lhlids of iniiile-lo-ordcr
gui'ilioilts,
LACE CUKTAINS   You will be needing some Curlnins and wo
can show   ynu   prices nnd viilues, Ihe best   yet,    Noliinghuin  Lacn
Ouituiiis from Hoc.  per pair to  $5.00.   Swiss   Applique   Ciii'tnins
il.iinly ilosigiis, tin' pii'ti i'.-i oiiiiiiins in,ule.    Beiiullfu)   Ecru  Madras
Uui'tains with silk worked desiu
CURTAIN WIUSLIfJS of every kind. Our Madias Muslins come
111 whitu, creiiiu and cathedral glass effects aud you can Quel nothing
prettier. Bobbinett with lace edge and Insertion just whttl you need
for bedrooms,    li washes well and wear* for years.
BED SPRUADS    We have il few sets of Swi.   Applique Spreads
ami Sliains Lo match.    We will -.li iw them lo you.
McLENNAN'S
TAYLOR BLOCK, BEVELSTOKE
t-s»'Aa»^t**W...t**t^t»''^J<
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Business Locals
Carpets   nnd   linoleums   nt   ('.   B.
Hum.. A Co's.
Sou our now wall papers, a fine selection at ('. li. Hume A Co's.
Wetbey'a mince meat for a few days
longer only lOo. por package. 0. B,
Hume A Co
CLARENCE    BENNETT'S    |
Artistic nnd Gorgeous Production nf Their
Beutiful Ho"i nliii Musioil Drama
llv   Clarence    Bennett,  ti.ulh.or
of "The   Holy   Oity."
Superbly Mounted.
Beautifully Costumed.
Characteristic uml Diverting Special tie.
A Thrilling Story of Love,
I Into, Passion, I n t ri gue,
Revenge,    Devolion   and
Heroic  During.
PRICES: $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c.
REVELSTOKE TURF
ASSOCIATION.  LIMITED.
TAKE NOTICE ilm lhu share
holders of the above named Company
h.. i. i., ipei ml i '-"lui ."ii resolved to
. it.ou'.- i In name "i  i in. i lorapany  lo
Hi .. : i. '.. \io i. uliioiil Society,
Limited, and Intend tn apply tn the
Lieutenant Governor iii-Coiinoll lot tin
. oo. i . hanging i Im nam eordlngly,
I >. i. .1 lltli .1 .ou.uv. 1008.
A. Y    \ ■01.10,11'..
fsbSUm Siiioimy
NOTICE.
DON'T  LET  IT  STAND
ON THE SHELF
CLOCKS
RBI'AIRIitl   AT
J. G. BARBER'S
JEWELER
.   ('. li, It. WATCH  INSPECTOR
V /
W A N T E J)
i TTENTION - Men and Wnmim
1\ Willi ted io learn biiiber Irude,
l-'i'i'e. Coll, gus in all leading Am ii-
•i iu iiii. s. ii wiiii. of imliiiiois -Moii-r
Baiber College, 200 Currall Hi,, Vnu-
I'llllVl'l.  II. (I.
IjlOH RENT   Si'vuii-i'iinm   furiiiblieil
1     lions,., coiilially lo. ninl.     II.   N.
,     .       ■„ i ami in urli'
'    l  .v ... in.
i.,., ,,.,... .■ o. ■ .   t. II,  ,.,..' Cotnsiillx  |
i .i ;i  i ... nn  luu ii.t i ,pljr i.i iii.- oiitei
.ui,,  i ... i   aad « orka lor n ips.
, ,,u tlmtiel .,..,.    „.,      , „, r .    mvii)
units"! Iroi      ■ ' vuia a.  "i i..-.i land.)
I     i o„i,fi   i,  i .,■   .,-    .  peal   i. i.. 11 Id .in i '"I
1'ilnlng tha Dortti-vaal nornerul  l<ot 1143 mi'!
market!    I.II.Vn iuk' Hi i« I norm r byii,"
and altuatcd ftbout '. iqIIq iiortli.flsij.tol lot
ti..,i.l ..I : I., hi in "I .v ir.iw Lake, iinii'" v/satstJ
..iiiiiii-. 11, im in * Im  llieni   eaal • i
rhaina, Ibouofl miilh ■' uhalot u. |.i.lnio
' ommolil "iin'iii i .oioilniin.' i.l'i airr"- uinri.. "i
leaa,
' Comiiionclnti "' a poal planted and ad*
JnlliliiK lit" tiiirllei'iiil ''"riu-r ul i ..i I. IJ 101 I
i.iiok".i ■ i,li.'i."oui'" Bootb-eaal coroer,' ami
-un,U...I ni. .ui ', nnl" iniiiii-'in i "i tba head
..I in., hi in ..i ilrmii ' ilk,', limit'." DO] .
obalna, thenoo oaal BU ohaina, tbenoa louthsu
"li nl nn, ih. ii... w.-ai BD obalna'.- polnl ol . ..in-
iiiiiii in, 1'i.iiniiiiuik M'oii r-i uinri: ur I""k
Imii.I 1 ..••■on.i.'-r iUrdi IJ07,
mil J nu II J, U. yOQKC,
ii* \M IU    TO     PURCHASE
VV       South All ii.ill   Snip. Apply   lo
('. i n ni '■ .. A .in. li   , Lii I.
riu i LIM'   Two Houses, apply In ''ol-
I     uiiiini Agi'i.chis, Limited.
I vil!  SALE  CHEAP   Oi ui •    li on
I'     Uual, new, aizn  BS;   two   Ladles'
1 ... I  .   .ite Im, aisle H0i   Lull   uioiiig tu
..ui.   Appiv   luiiii'iiiiiiiv   io Mail.
lllll V I.Ill nil. e.
•i'ii RENT   Five ll ,:-. iniiahli foi
1     living room*, over  Knigbl  \ l)e-
vitn's tailor shop     Apply lo Knigbl
,'.   I I- vine.
WANTED    \   I- i-i   Class   White
i li   k   fin    s iw mill     lioiiiding
House, 100 men,     Wanes no object m
ih" right  imiu.     Apply Box  017, Ar-
i iwh..|id, 11. C.
i.-ttli; SALIO   Bed, spring,   mattress
1     1   Dressing  stuml,   1(26,    One
i-tii-pi'l  Dxl2 reel, $10,    Apply nl ibis
ollirr.
liVH! HALE CHEAP   Pour g In i
J1 lamps, 200, 800. 700 and 800 candle
power, all in gooii working order! will
llghl Kill feel building each, The
i i-.ii-iui lor selling is i In- -I .-11 le light
In nil nt) buildings, App.y lu Chief
V ' in.k- Comaplix, It. O.
IVIATERNITY Oases taken at my
..J Ii e or otherwise, Por particulars apply Mrs, A. K. Bennison.
Second St.. Wesi, or P, O. Box 21],
lib. 12. hn
WANTED TO SELL   A  Hull Sum
Apply to Columbia Aobnoieb,
Li.uri'iM), Revelstbke. 7 11-11
WANT Ml) KNOWN -You ,.„n"g,.|;
one of ibe id's, snaps lo he bad
In City house property frum us. Two
llllllHIIS nuil 100 ft. fl'lllltiigii lo 2nd hi,
all fir $2,ii(KJ of whu li only $11X111 cash
is required and balance can remain on
mortgage,- Apply at cilice to Columbia
Agiin Ies, Limited,
WANTED   By family three adults,
furnished   bouse for summer,
Iiiiiii 1-1 April.    Ansivei' P, O. Mux 2(17
WANTIC!) KNOWN-We  hnve
R.-iit a Hist-i'lass furnished boi
e In
loll- '
for  a   month.    COLUMBIA AOBKOIHi,
Ltd.
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