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Vol. 13.-No 68
REVELSTOKE. B. 0. AUGUST 81., 1907
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Crosse 4 Blackwell's Jellies
Jams and Condiments
All Fruits, lt.ispl.erry, Strawberry, Peach, Plll.ll, Api'l-
col, etc., Crosse A Blackwell's finest -Hie name is a guarantee of quality.   Put up iu I lb. litis. 65 Cent*
Made of Finest Seville Oranges, Crosse & Illnckwell's
goods. Purity is assured. These people turn out the
Hues. In he bad.   Put up in 7 lb. lius at One Dollar
C. A B. Best Malt Vinegar. This is something you
should look for purity in. Put up in quart bottles to sell
at 35 Centa
Or Olive Oil for Salad Dressings, etc. Perfectly pure
Italinn Oil, put up by Crosse A Blackwell in 10 ounce
bottles, 50 -Cenls
English Sour Pickle. Put up hy Crosse & Blackwell,
We have a flue assortment in Glass Bottles in linest nfn.lt
vinegar, nil sizes. Finest Italian Olives, Real olives, no
iuiiliilii.il cheap goods, but the real lliing put up by
Clnsse A Blackwell in all size buttles.
Wo have any amount uf all kinds of (Muss
Jars and other Preserve Jill's. Crown Self
Sealing Glass Jars.
Pint Sizes at per dozen  tl. IB
Quart Sizes at per dozen SI.40
Half Gallon Size at per dozen SI.75
C. B. Hume & Co.. Ltd
In order to introduce, we will allow any responsible
9 party to take ona 30-day trial one of our KOOKIZERS, and
** show that what we say about it it. undeniable—that you cnn
cook your food for hours without tire.
This offer, and at n price of 17.50 each, only good for *jj*
Thirty days.
Dealers in Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, Minera', Lumbermen'!  $
and Sawmill Supplies, eto., Plumbing and Tinsmithing. j$t
'a .Ta .Ta At aT. .Ta aT. At A. A. A. .T. .j*. A. .♦. A. .♦» iTuJ.
i* \Jr* "X* *+* *e|a" *^f *V 'J.' *+' 'X     *     X     *     +     *     ♦     X     X" \L'
Two-Storey Dwelling, Lots 37J x 100, on Mackenzie Avenue,
plastered-Cash $1150, terms on balance.     PRICE—$2,450
Two-Storey   Dwelling,  plaste.ed and stone basement, Lots
75 x 100 on Second Street,     Cash $050 and terms on balance.
One-Storey Dwelling, Lot 50x100/ near Cowan Block
PRICE   $850
At G, M. Sproat's Far-veil Kstate Olliee,
COWAN ItONl.       •      .      .       THIRD STREET
" Appy 'Ome" and their Friends
Make Columbia Trip on ss.
Revelstoke — An Enjoyable
Wednesday morning broke duil and
grey, with ominous looking rain
clouds hanging sullenly on the hills,
and casting shado s over lhe valleys
portending nuother day ol uncertainly
as to whether the rain would (all or
not, Anxious eyes were turned iu tho
direction ol the Columbin rivei- valley
and ninny who hnd made up their
mind to spend a good day's holiday
had doubts as to the success of the
undertaking. As the sun forced bis
way through the banks of mist and
log and shed his livening beams across
the river, the spirits ot ibe picnicers
considerably revived and the lull contingent irom the "appy 'oine" with
many iriends of both sexes, streamed
down to the wharf loaded witii blank
ets und sundry packages containing a
goodly store ol the where-witb-alls of
lile both in solid and liquid forms
On arrival at tlie boat the usual scurry
for the best seats took place and as
the last blast Irom the steam whistle
giving warning lo tl.e belated lew who
are invariably to be found on every
excursion, sounded and died away iu a
thousand echoes among the hills, the
vessel lelt her moorings and commenced her journey up the torturous
channels cf tbe Columbia. The
weather by Ibis time had cleared and
there wus every prospect ol a hot,
sunny day. The crowd, good-natured,
Iree and easy, settled down to thor
oi.ghly enjoy what is perhaps one ol
the finest river trips in Canada.
Without tremor or falter the s.s. Revelstoke entered the canyon, the roar
of the rapids resounding hollow and
harsh in the narrow clett as tl.e swirling water foamed and leaped as if
endeavoring to prevent the intrusion
ol man in their rightful confines. The
canyon passed, the river widens out
again, yet still deep in the mountain
valley, the tbick timber, sombre and
stately, casting multifold shadows
over the water's edge. There was not
one but was thoroughly enjoying the
scene, and judging by tiie sounds of
merriment emanatiug Irom different
parts of the vessel, the " 'Appy 'Ome"
crowd were making the best ol their
time and justly laying claim to their
title. On and on, past !iliilt'.in<l peak,
round which many a mouutain torent
was fussing its way to the river, the
powerful engines ol the steamer sobbing and pounding out a tune ol thei
own. The appetite, whetted by the
mountain uir and exhilarating emotions must be appeased, and general
attention is turned to baskets and
hampers, while those thus unprovided
justice to the excellent catering supplied by the steamer. On reaching
Downie Creek a little alter two
o'clock, a brief stay was made to allow
the trippers to stretch their legs and
look about them, The return journey-
was then commenced and thc vessel
sped down the current like an arrow
tbe banks now darkling as thc twilight
crept up, Hashing l.y like the speed ol
a train. The evening was chilly,
which made the excuse for "close
company" and rugs and coats, yet the
hilarity never ceased for a moment
and when the bells from the wheel
bouse rang warning to tbe engineer
tbat the wharf was being made, there
was not one out ol tbe 68, but felt
sorry that tlie trip was over. One snd
incident must be mentioned, the body
ol an unfortunate logger who bad
been killed by a falling tree at Carnes
Creek was conveyed down to Kevelstoke on the steamer, though few
were aware ol their silent passenger
till tlie city was reached. The trip
was voted by all a huge success and
the "Appy 'Ome" have every Reason to
congratulate themselves ou their
Tlie attendance at the public schools
for August was as follows:
High School—Div. I.
" II.
Public School—Div. I.
"      "     -  "11.
Mr, Fred, Fraser, Ior upwards ol
fifteen years a civil servant ol the government of British Columbia, and for
.be past seven ycarsGold Commissioner ior theTRevelstoke riding has been
forced to resign at the request of the
member, Mr. Taylor, who made representations to the government asking
lor his dismissal. Among the electors
of the riding, Conservatives as well as
Liberal, leeling" ol general regret will
bc heard at Mr. Fraser's lorced retirement Irom the service, for it is an
acknowledged tact that there is no
more capable ollicer in the service in
any district of British Columbia than
Mr. Fraser. Mr. Hobt. Gordon is
spoken of as his successor,
III. 26
IV. 44
V. 46
VI. 118
VII. 47
IX.  48
93 08
Totals 375 95.48 308
Unknown Practically to Residents of the City, Who Fail
to Take Advantage of Scenery So Near to their Homes.
Residents ol Revelstoke fail to
realize the fnct that we have at our
door and and within tlie reach of all
some of the most beautilul scenery to
be lound anywhere and fail to tnke
advantage of the opportunities that
present themselves Inr the enjoyment
ui a day's outing.
We venture lo say that not live per
cent, of the people in the cily have
ever taken advantage ol the trip to
La Porte up tlie Columbia river.
Along this route there is to he seen
some ol the most beautilul spot* in
tl.e province and tbe trip through the
canyon on the s.s. Rovelstoke is in
itself enough to repay one for the
day's outing.
Under the |guidancc ol nn exper]
ii-nced swilr water /Javigator like
Captain Forslund the trip is made in
absolute safety and comfort, and our
citizens who have never made the
trip should embrace the first opportunity and take tl.e day off.
Nearly every day there is seen Iron,
tbe deck of the steamer game and
wilk animals of different kinds, including bear, cariboo, coyotes, etc,
and on several occasions the crew and
tourists have secured game. Along
the trails leading irom tbe river
landings are countless grouse and
other email game and the whole district ia a veritable paradise Ior the
The Tourist Association should not
slacken their efforts to bring this
attractive district to tlie attention oi
tourists and sportsmen.
Our own people should acquaint
themselves with its beauties and
attractions to give reliable information to outsiders. The results from a
financial point of view will well repay
the effort.
The regular fortnightly meeting of
the city council was lield last night
with, Aid. Abrahamson, acting mayor,
f.nd Aid. Sawyer, Trimble and Howson present.
From Chief ol Police reporting fire
alarms, alter a lew repairs, to be working O.K.
From W. Bews, suggesting that in
tbe new hack regulation by-law, the
drivers licence be personal. Tliis waB
referred to later discussion,
From C. G. Wheeler, city employee
and foreman of water works, applying
for raise of salary.—Filed.
From the secretary of the B. C.
Association of Fire Chiefs, requesting
that delegates from the city be sent
down to the Nelson convention and
aUo inviting the mayor and aldermen
From C. Spurway, of Saskatoon,
applying for position as electrical
engineer over new plant.—Filed,
The Fire, Water A Light Committee reported that the time for closing
of tenders and construction ol new
plant was too short, and recommended
extension ol time Iron. Sept. 9 to Sept.
30. The report was adopted. The
cnniinitle also recommended the purchase of 60 light brackets for street
lamps, which wns granted by the
council. The by-law lor the licencing
and regulating ol hacks in the city
was introduced und read, and utter
discussion was referred back to the bylaw committee, together with the
letter Irom the Citizen's League, to
report at tho next meeting, the committee meanwhile to submit rates as
suggested in the by-law to all cab and
hack owners.
A petition was read Irom the No. 2
Fi.e Brigade, requesting that the
stones near tbe hydrants on McKenzie Avenue be removed in order to
have a clear wuy lor ihe firemen's
races on Labor Day. The petition
was granted.
The lollowing wore appointed a
court ol revision to revise the assessment roll lor the current year, to sit
for the lirst timo on Wednesday, Sept.
4thi „The Mayor, Aldermen Howson,
Abrahamson, Sawyer and Trimble.
The accounts were then passed and
the meeting terminated.
For the best bread, cakes and pastry
try Hobson & Bell,
Big Quebec Bridge Collapses
and Over Eighty Men are
Killed—The Structure Cost
QuiiiiKC, Aug, 30—A seotion of the
new bridge across tlie St. Lawrence
river, live miles below this city,
collapsed yesterday, currying scores ol
bridge workers and mechanics into
the water. It is estimated that the
hiss of life is at least sixty, and may
exceed that number by twenty. The
bridge was ahout a mile and a hull
in length and hall of it Irom the south
shore to midstream, crumpled up and
dropped into the water,
Ninety men were at work on tliis
section of the structure and the
whistle had just blown at 5:30 for the
men to quit work for the day when
there came a grinding sound from
the bridge in midstream. The men
made u rush shoreward, but the distance was too great for them to escape.
Tl.e slipping girders and cables booming like a crash ol artillery.
Terror lent tieetness to the Ieet ol
the frightened workmen as tbey sped
shorewards, but only a few ol the...
reached safety hefore the last piece ot
iron work on the south shore was
dragged into tbe river.
Up till a late hour not twenty bodies
have heen recovered Iron, the roaring
channel in wuich lies the mighty
twisted mass of the ooilapsed steel
cantilever bridge. Of the 92 men
working, it is belived only 12 escaped.
This Year's Beef Supperior to
Any Which Have yet Been
on Ranges.
Calgary, Aug, 30.—Provincial Live
Stockjlnspector Creswell is enthusiastic over the appearance of the beet
cattle whioh will he ort tbe market
this fall. He has been through all
parts of Alberta several times this
summer, and is now going on another
round. Last fall the ranges were
swept clear ol everything tbat would
come near the designation ol "beef"
and there was a banner shipment,
about 75,000 cattle alone being exported.
Owing partly to this fact and alio
owing partly to the loss experienced
last winter un the open ranges, the
shipment this year will not be nearly
so heavy as last, but tbe condition ol
tlie cattle will be far superior, although last year's grade of cattle was
a l.ighclass one This summer's feed
ou the ranges has been luxuriant and
rich. The cattle have in t had to
rustle far to Iced well and the rosult is
seen in this year's shipments ol cattle.
In Mr. Crcswell's opinion, there
will be between 35,000 and 40,000
head of cuttle exported this season.
Shipping has nlready commenced on a
small scale and the big shipments will
not be put through for a month or
two yet.
Of Mt. Begbie.—Heavy Rain
and Wind-Travelling Hard.
A second ascent of Mt. Begbie was
made this week by E. K. Copclantl
and H. 8. Siegfried. The party lelt
the city, Thursday, August 22, at
midday, crossing the Columbia Uiver
by the bridge, On hitting tho forest
slopes the going was extremely roug.i
and alter a hard tramp the glade
below the weet end ol the glacier was
reached at three o'clock on the afternoon of Saturday, the 24th, where
camp was mode. Progress was prevented on Sunday and Monday by
deluges ol incessant lain, and un
Tuesday morning, in spite ol a dense
log, a start [was made a route across
a large green slide to tbo glacier being
chosen, ahout 800 Ieet above the
camp. The large Hat glaoier was
salely crossed, although several wide
crevasses had to be negotiated and the
base of the main peak reached. Skirt
ing this up tbe steep glacier to the
weet ol the peak, a point was lound
where the ascent could be made up
the rock to the ridge, alter whioh
climbing was easy although thick
clouds blotted out all tho view,
dispersing, however, on Hearing the
top. The summit was reached at
11:45 n. in. ol the 27th, and a small
cairn ol stones was lou id placed there
by the lirst party up (belonging to tbe
Canadian Alpine Club) in Juuc. The
base of the cairn was reinforced by the
two men. Tbe view Irom the summit
wrs supberh, the air being then very
dear. The descent was made easily
till the last 150 leet when the rope had
to be fastened to the rooks to enable
the party to get down and left behind.
A start from the camp lor home wae
made on Wednesday morning, Revelstoke being reached at 2 p. m. on
Thursday, progress being greatly
hinde.ed by heavy wind and rain
Bourne Bros.
Guns and
A large stock of Shotguns and
Rilles from those celebrated milkers.
—Winchester,  Savage   and    Martin.
A liill line of the beBt quality of
Fishing Tackle nt right prices.
See the Automatic
Repeating Shot Guns
The nights,  as usual,  being re-     And all the latest models in firearms,
served lor thc cats. Ammunition lor all calibres.
We want you to know, however,
that our day is every week day,
and your day, too, il you wish to _____ ^
avail yourteli of tbe bargains thit
are continually being offered lo
our customers. Seeing is believing, and the only way to convince
yourself is to step right in when 3^. ^^ R .
passing and examine our goods
and prices. Pistols and Revolvers of all kinds.
Fishing Tackle
Revelstoke General Agencies, ltd.
$500 GASH
Buys New House finished with all modern
conveniences and ready for occupancy.
Revelstoke General Agencies, ltd.
Offices :—Molsons Bank Building.      Telephone 31
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first St. Op. Union Hotel
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office- Toronto, Ontario.
Brandies Id tbe l'n..ince, ol Manitoba. Alberts,Saskatchewan,
British Colnmbla, Ontario, (Joebec.
Oapltal AuthOriied       -      -       •       •10,000,000.00
Oapltal Paid Up ....   04,830,000.00
Reserve Fund ....        M,83e,ooo.oo
I). R. WlLKlK, President! Hon. R. Jahkhay, Vice-President,
A General Banking Business Traniaoted.
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United States and
Europe,   Special attention given to Collections.
Saving! Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit and credited
Revelstoke Branch, B. C.-A. E. Phipps, Manager. V»l."v       ill.'llll^ll.'V.lUlV.
day at
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Chas. Mobphv.       Haholu Fishkr
Barristen,| Soltcltora, El*
C, F.. onus. (', Ki.i.mrr.
iirncM : lu -ifiiiAi. IUsk Hi.ock, Revel-
'ST..SK, H.C.
Muney to loan. ,   _ ,
Offlce,: Revelstoke, H.i'.; Cranbrook, B, 0,
tlKO. 8, Mll'lKTER,
k. m l'lNKUAM. J. A, Harvey,
Itevelftoke, U. C.       Cranrook, H.   .
J. M. Scott LL.li W, I. Brlggs,
Babrbtbbb, Solicitors, Etc.
Money to Loan
Revelstoke, B.C
Fit»t Street.
Asia,   .,1 all ores,  Sainplea l,v niallor express
receive prompt iitti-ution.
Tt-rini Moderate.
AtiMM     •     ■     •     Box 482 Kaui/i, B. 0,
Provincial Land Surveyor
Mine Su.veying
McKenzie Avence.
Box 106, Revelstoke,
Protikoiai. Assavbr 4 Chemist,
Pbone2     NEW DENVER, B.C,     P.O.Box 10
(Member American Institute of
Mining Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstoke, B, C.
Mine Management, Examinations
and Reports.
Reports compiled, Plans and Blue
Prints of Land, Timber Limits, Mines,
Mills and Buildings prepared in shape
for submission to prospective investors
or purchasers.
Gbe flMMberalb
" 1 would . . . earnestly advise them lor
their good to order this paper lo be punctually
served up. sod to be looked upon as a part ol
lhe tea equipage."—Addison.
As the shooting season (except as
to some varieties of big and feathered
game) opens  to-morrow,  we would
draw attention to the B. C. Gaiette
wherein is published the list of the
order-in-council     establishing     the
opening and closing dates Ior those
species which are not regulated by the
Game Act itself.    Several matters in
connection with these orders-in-coun-
council call lor con-ment.   The protection o! prairie chicken throughout
B. C. till 1908 (and in tbe Okanagan
till  1910) is  an  absolute necessity.
There has been a very rapid decline in
these birds, whether Irom shooting or
disease is not determined.    But whatever the cause  the  effect  has been
plain  to  everyone.   The closing  of
willow  grouse and  blue  grouBe  in
several  sections,  too,  will  probably
have the desired effect and is an act
which sportsmen, who have the game
interests ol the country at heart, will
agree to.   In the  Revelstoke district,
which  has recently been organized,
there are uo restrictions  outside the
closing ..I   prairie  chicken and tbe
general requirements which the Game
Protection Act calls lor.   Almost ub
Ud as ......otiiig game out ol seuson is
tlie practice of wholesale slaughter ut
bird.-, and it is this which bus to a
great extent depleted tl.e gsineol B.C.
Tbe Indians ure nut the least offenders sod game wardens should keep a
watcl.lul eye upon these undesirable
class of hunters. Revelstoke ii tbe
headquartera fora line game c.uutry
and no doubt (ull advantage will lie
taken of it after |to-morrow. ln past
years throughout the province the
shooting ol game in open bcuboii haa
la/en more or less a wholesale slaughter rattier than a legitimate sporting
pastime aud such people who go in Ior
this practice and destroy all sport lor
those who have sporting inBtincts
should be dealt with in such a manner
as tu lead them to see that wanton
destruction even in season will not he
countenanced, and that the unwritten
laws ol sportsmen must be obeyed,
The very lact o! the orders-in-council
enforcing such close seasons, is sullicient evidence to show that thc game
ol B, C. is being depleted and that
unless effective aud stringent measures are taken one of our greatest
assets will be u back number,
The eyes ol Canada ure now turning
towards the prairies and nre awaiting
with no little anxiety the first signs
that will portend » successful und rich
harvest. The lute frost that visited
several sections, while creating considerable anxiety, bus apparently bud
no detrimental effects, und the reports
circulated around exaggerated tu a
great degree the gravity ol the situation. At the present time crops generally continue to show favorable conditions uud very satisfactory yields
per acre are reported by those here
and there, who huve done some cutting
und crops which looked poor a month
ago have recovered wonderfully. It i
estimated that tho Manitoba wheal
crop will uvernge from 14 tn 111 bushels
while Alberta und Saskatchewan .nay
be even heavier. But IB bushels po
ncreut today's pfice would realize
more than 19 at the prevailing price
last year. It iB considered that this
fact, together with the reduced cost of
harvesting, will plnce the farmers iu a
better financial condition than hist
year. As regards tlie financial situu-
t on the success ol the wheat crop
uill have a great effect and thc whole
ot the west will be ntt'ectcd by the
results. There is every reason to believe thut there will be more money
tnken out ol the Western Canadian
grain fields this yeur thai, there was
last. The Montreal Chronicle, a high
class financial journal, says that the
caution uf tlie Ci.nu.liun hunkers lue
su prepared the country for tight
monetary conditions that it is probable that tlie strain will nut he us
great or last as long ns waB expected.
The effects of the present stringency
have heen partly discounted in advance. With a prosperous year's
harvest tbe wheels of bank circuit, lion
should once more revolve, and with
the farmer again on liis Ieet, thc
influence ol tlie general prosperty will
spread all over the West, and the
stringency ol the financial conditions
be relieved,
tlie saciilice el the domestic industry.
It is tu he hoped tbat the in.tier has
not been allowed iu not bcycndcoiitr.il
ns lhc picscnt Fituatiii'- threatens the
very life of one of the most important
ol provincial industries.
The Provincial Government has
taken up the matter ol the coke shortage at various smelters ol the interior,
and tl.e Deputy Minister nf Mines,
Mr. R. F. Tolmie, who passed through
Revelstoke lust week, bus been sent to
the upper country with instructions
to investigate and report on the situation. For some time past it bus been
reported that the chief difficulty in tbe
way ol securing an adequate luel supply Ior the various British Columbin
smelters came Irom the practice on
the part of tbe colliery oompanies of
Bending the bulkot the coke produced
to United States points and only
serving the provincial instil..lions
with the surplus remaining after these
orderB were tilled. However this may
be, it is certain that many of the
smelters have been forced to shut
down part ol their furnaceBlor a time,
and that someof them have announced
that if a better luel supply is not
forthcoming tbey will be lorce.l to
close down their entire plant. The
government has announced that as
soon as it is in possession ol the incts
Mr, R. H. Campbell Says Steps
Should be Taken for Their
Winnipeg, Aug. 80.—R, 11. Campbell, Superintendent ol Forestry ut
Ottawa, who is on an inspection trip
of the vurious Iciest preserves throughout tho West, has arrived in Winnipeg. Mr. Campbell left Olt'wu on
the llth, and went immediately io
Calgniy, where he attended the meeting ul the Irrigation Convention ou Ihe
15th. Since Ihen he lms visited the
reserve-* at Turtle Mountain, Duck
Mountiiin and Spruce Wooda. He
found tverytlilng there in snti-fnetory
condition, although there was need of
some nc .v regulations il tlie reserves
were to be preserved from tires nnd
from predatory homesteaders in the
future. The two dungers whioh ure
to be feared are the forest lires nnd
the cutting ot wood Ior household
purposes during the winter. On his
return to Ottawa steps will be taken
by the Department to check both of
these menaces.
Mr. Campbell will leave tomorrow
night or Thursday morning lor Prince
Albert and Edmonton. 'Ihere is a reserve west of Prince Albert and anther on tlie southeast ol Edmonton,
which he wants to look over.
After his visit there he will proceed
to British Columhia and finally return to Ottawa nbout the end of
ituoi    i\u».. m.n.,,   uuuum,
lo IIiii mutter of Archibald Sqiiiilr,
In lhe noil.p..of ilie "OfHriul A Imi...
isi i .il or'.* All,"
TAKE NOTICK by order . f His
Honor J. A. Po...., .....ill' Ibe IS ll .Inv
of August, 11)07, I w-.is >.p|..|i.ieil
...Iniinislrnl...- of ll.e estate , f said
A ri hil.i.l.l Brechin Squi.li-. de. ensed,
.mil nil pat-lies having claims ..gainst
Ihe said eslnle are hereby requite.! lo
furnish same properly verified It. uie
on nr before tne 1*1. (lav of O.-lol.er,
W07. And ..II p...lies in.lei.led It. s.ii.l
estate ure required to pay ibe amoti.it
ol' their indel.ieili.css to ine forthwith.
OHii-iul Administrator,
I)   uled the 27.h dny of August,1907.
One of the largest railroad contracts
let in the west in many years was announced Thursday, Buys the Vanconv-
cr World, when information wns given
that the C. P. R. had let to Macdonell
A Gzowaki ol Vancouver, at a figure
approximating u million and a half
dollars, the work of reducing tlie big
grade of the railroad at Field.
The work is peculiarly suited to
"station" men, that is sub-contractors
who take small sections ol tbe work,
and it is expected that the immense
undertaking will be disposed ol in
this way.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed  "Ten-
tiers for Lock-up.' will be received by
lhe Hou, the Ohlef Commissioner, up
Ion...... nn Tues.ley  the Hid duy of
September, 1007, for the erection and
completion of a Lock-up at Revelstoke.
Plans, specifications, conn-act and
forms of lender may he seen on and
after the 26th day of Augusl, 11)07. at
il... twice of the Government Agent,
Revelstoke, oi .ti tho Lands nnd Works
Hep. rluient, Victoria, 11. C.
Government Agent.
NOTICE The above plans, specifications and contend forms have
heen withdrawn.
In the matter ol Lewis Byrn Sleeves,
In the matter of lho "Official Administrator'* Acl."
TAKE NOTICE that by order of
His Annul' J. A. Foi in, iniule the 15th
dny of August, 11)07, I was appointed
Administrator of Lewis Eyrn Steves,
dei eased, and all n.u ties having ciniins
against the said estate are herehy
required'to furnish name properly v.-ri-
llcdlo me ou or before the 1st. dayof
October, 1907. And .ill parties indebted
to said estate are required to pny the
amount of indebtedness to tne forthwith,
Official Administrator.
Dated the 27lb day of August, 11107.
$1,000 ■ IN - PRIZES
Lacrosse Match      Football Match      Tennis Tournament
Gun Ciul. Tournament      Firemen's Races
JOHN MoLEOD, Chairman    THEO. WADMAN, Secretary
J. CALLIN, Treasurer
Lillooet Lund District,
Dislrict of Lillooel.
Tnke notice ih.it, Andrew Kilson, of
Revelstoke, B.O, Miner. Intends to
apply I'or u speciul Umber license over
the following described lnnds ;
1. Commencing at a posl planted
on the eusl. bank of the norlli fork of
Seymour River, about lj miles almve
I be fork of the sume und nbout HI
miles up fi-n.il Shuswnp Luke, and
marked "Andrew Kitson's 8. W. Corner," Ihence north KK) chains, tbence
e.ist lOchains, thenee south lOOchains,
thetice west 40 cbnins tu point of com-
iiii-iir.'iiii'iii, und containing 040 acres
more or less.
Dated J uly 31st, 1007.
2. Coinmeneing nt a post plnnletl
on the ensl hank of the north forkof
Sey.iioui-Riveralio.it lj miles above
the fork uf the same and about 31
miles up Iiinn Shuswup Like nnd
inarked "Au.liew Kilson's S. E. Corner," thence north 100 chains, tlienee
west 40 chains, Ibeuce south 100
cbnins, thence east 40 chains to point
of commencemeni and containing 010
acres mote or less.
Dated July 31st, 1907,
3. Coinmeneing at a pnsl planted
on the east hank ot lhe nnrth fork of
Seymour River, nbuut 4J miles above
the fork ot the same and about 31
miles above Shuswap Lake, und
marked "And. ew Kitson's N, IV. Corner," tbence smith SO chains, thenee
east 801-haius, lheme north 80 chains,
thence west SO ehnins to point nf commencement und coutnining 010 ncres
more or less,
Dated July 31st, 11)07.
4. Commencing at a post plnuted
.... lhe eusl bank of Ihe north fork of
Seymour River, ubout 4J iniles above
the forks of Ibe same ...id aboul 34
miles up fro... Shuswup Luke, nnd
inarked "Andrew Kitson's S.W. Corner, theoce north 80 chains, tbence
easi 80 chains, thence south 80 ehnins)
llienee west SU ehuins to poini of commencement .tnd conlaining 040 acres
more orless.
Dated July31st, 1007,
5. Comin....eing nt a post planted
on the easl liank of lhe norlh fork of
Seymour River. ..hoot one half mile
lielow the lock of lhe same, und nliout
20 miles up from Shuswap Lnke nnd
marked "Andrew Kitsons S. E. Corner," thence north SU chains, thence
west SOchaius, thence south 80 chains,
Iheneeeast 80chains to polut of com-
meneement and containing OP) acres
.utile I.r less.
Dated August 3rd, 1907.
'" . . t.linen, ing nt.i post planted on
- ial hank ofthennrth forkol* .Seymour River, alio..tone half mile below
the f.nk .f ihe -..  and about 21)
miles ahove Sbuswap Lake, and
marked "AndrewKitson's N.E. Corner," thence sooth 40 chains, inence
wesi IflOt-bnins, thence north lOchains,
thenceeast 160 chainslo point of comin. ■. .:,.: - uud containing 040 acres
■ less
Dated Augusl 3rd. 1IW7.
7.   f ommenclng al n post, planlrd
...i ti... wesl bank of ihe north fork of
Seymour River, ahout   three   miles
lielow the fork of the same and about
2Hj miles above SI...swap  Lake .....I
io... k>.,I ''Andrew Kitsons S. E, Corner," thence north 80 chains, thence
w.-si 80.1..tn.s. theoce ......h 80chains,
. I.......... i-i Hi) chains, tn iio.nl of .......
in.- menl .....I containing 010 a. res
In  lhe mailer uf James Ornwfonl.
In tb alien.I'll,- ' Olli.-ial  Admin-
iM rt. I ur's Ael."
TAKK NOTICE Hint  hv  ...il.-r nf
His Honor J. A. Fori...  .mule nn Ibe
15th il..\ of Augusl,   1IM17.   I   wi*  up.
pointed ...lo.....sir........f lhe estate of
sni.i Jnnies I'rnwl'niil,   deceased,   hikI
all parlies having claims ugninst  tl.e
said  .-.slate  nre  hereby   required  to
f.u nisli s-.ti.c pro. erly verified   lo  me
.... or It.-foi-e .lie Isl, d.-iy  of October,
1907. An.l nil pm-ltes indebted to said
estate nre hereby required lo pny tl.e
-.in..nnl ..f Iheir indebtedness to me
tllliciul Adininist.ill.il'.
Dated the 271 h duy of August, 1007.
Peer Heads, Animals, Birds, Plal., IBtc,,
Ani.....) Hugs -.louutwL
V XI. lli.x.'U.
sunlit.: Comoro! Firsts... antl Boyle Aro,
H. ,,.|«ln le,   ..'.
Local Rovolstoko
8oc.al.ot Party of Canada
Meets Firsl nnil Tl.ir.1 Wednesday ill llie month
in Selkirk 11.11, upstairs, .its |......    s.il.jirt Inr
dlnnis.Ii.n~"Arr.iini.tiK.nt ot   Capitalism.     All
i.ili-ri-sU-.l ..ru welcome.
C. W. 0. w.
Mountain Viow Camp, No. 229.
Menu Socond nml Fi'in-lli Wednesdnvs In
.-...fli month. In Selkirk Hall.  Visiting Woodmen cordially invited lo attend.
w, I). ARMSTRONG, Con. Com.
J. MclNTYItK, Clerk.
Dated August 3rd, 1008,
H, ('... n in,.... -ing «t .. posi planted
.... lhe <*■• il i.ank ..I tl.e north fork uf
Seynio... River, about -I and a hull
miles ..iio-,,. Shuswap Lake, and
.....k.-.l " \nt|ie.v K. son's 8, E. Corner," Ihence a..rth w . halns, theni e
west so, hains, thence mnth 80 chains,
lhe ..' sn i bains, to pomt ol  i>
uicnremcni ind containing 010 acrei
more  . less,
-    , \ ignii 3rd, 1007,
li.  Cummencing at a posi planted
about oi... mile east nl the nnrth fork
nf Seymour River, on a tributary nf
the mine alio.it 21  miles  up   From
Shuswup Lake and niarked "Andiew
Kits. :,'* 8 VV, Corner," thence nonh
i- t........  "us'  ion  chains,
thence -..,.Ih IO .haius, then.-e west
180.1. iini to point of commencement,
....I containing HI" seres ......re or Ies*.
Dated August,«lb. 1007,
Ml  f
I hei
i nnimenclngat a post plants
il on ■ 'inle PUSt of the nnrlh  f...
.- y........ River, on a tributary .
mum.■ at.o.it, 21 miles iq. fro.
iwnp Like, mill innrk.-il "Ar.'li"
on's N.W. Corner," Ihence uniii
halns, ihenc.. ensl INi chain
ie north Hi cbnins,  thence wm
I.f.i.is It. point of I "Ul III', lire lue n
containing 01" scrps more or Ies*
ited August Oth, IHH7.
Ani.iikw Kithi.n.
F. O. E.
Tl.o regular meothiffs aro hold in the Selkirk
Hnll ovory 2nd nud HI. Tuesday oveniud nt 8
o'cloc. Visiting brethren are cordially invited.
H. A. UUOWN, PitEsmiiNT.
W. E. McLAUCHLIN, Sechetabv.
Kootenav Lodge. No. It A F, &:A.M.
Thn regular moot-
in.-- are held in the
Mi.si.nio Temple,
Jdd Fellows Hi.ll.oi.
the third Monday in
..inl. month nt 8
un. Visiting broth
.-on cordially wol
C. A. I'HUCUNIRII, Skckktarv.
It. 8, I'nlers' "ltrothcrl:o<.d" overalls
nml llnnsin's gloves for Labor Day,
cnn In. obtained Irum 0, H Hume A
Co., Ltd.
^l_jH^t^^^ Meets everyTltursd.'iy
.irVL Ht^^*_ evening In Selkirk
jf JB*_-4L ^Hall at » o*olook.
IL_^ ^__J|Visitlng brethren our-
^^ ^"e'dially Invited to at
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
except Tl.lr.1 Wednesday ..I
each ifif.iitli, In the ii.l.Uclh.ws'
Hall al 8 o'rleck. VIsIiIi.k
Knights are cordially invited,
T.;w. BHADSHAW, C. 0.
G. H. BROCK, K. ol R. 4 8,
Memocrn of both sexes wlrti to exchange Cards, Pond 2-r> cents lo join and
receive 15 fancy, handsome, imported
Post Cards and yonr name entered on
list. au 14 lm
IO  Haddon  Bldg., Vancouver.
That's Royal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory west of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washing are easy with its help.
And the money saving is the
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give for
Royal Crown Wrappers. Send
for it—Free—Also try the
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver. B. C.
f, ilK,
fi Lands
I have many enquiries for
Fruit Lands from Winnipeg,
Toronto, and Vancouver. Persons desiring to dispose oi
their holdings, large or small,
will do well to list them with
mc. Correspondence solicited.
Jas. I. Woodrow.
From France, Holland and
reliable varieties at reasonable prices.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray l'umps
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Oldest established ...usury on tbe
mainland of B.C.   Catalogue free.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Cutler the new management uf
Haiuiy Mi Intohii,    offman  liuuse
mill* MEDICAL WATERS of |(„|.
] i yon ate the most, curative in the
world, A perfect, liai.illal remedy for
nil Neivo.is and Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney anil Htoinm-li ailments
nud Metallic Poisoning, A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates on all boats and trains. Two
.....ils strive and .1. ait every day.
Toiegra h comtnun ation with ail
marts nf the world,
THUMB- Uill to $13 per week.   Fm
fui ther particulars apply tu
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arretu Lak,*, S, C
Full line oi Groceries and Dairy
Produce, Men's Supplies, Ktc.
Fresh stock always arriving at
lowest prices.
FIRST STREET, ■ citv bestsu.-.ant
Place your orders for your
Harness..—Hunt),mnko Boots
nnd Fancy Lenllier Goods, . .
Manufactured for all ol&sstslof buildings
All kiuds.of bulldliiit and plastering
James Evans
Dealers in Heel, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fisli and Game in
Season, Orders promptly attended to.
Firs} St. Revelstoke
All'kinds of Green Vegetables ready (or the Market.
Fresh local grown Strawberries $3.25 and $3.50 Per
Ripe Gooseberries 10c.
Per Lb.
Front Street, Revelstoke
Storaj? e
All Kinds of Light and H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
Dealer in Wood, Coal and Feed.
Phone 71. Houso Phone
To Buy Property In and Around
Never Again will It be so Low
I have lor sale tlio following:—
One Cottage, conier Charles and
Douglas St.—$800, easy terms.
Two Houses, Third St.—$1,500
, One   House,  corner  King and
Front Sis.—$1,700.
Otic House on Douglas Sl.—$800.
. Eighl Acres just outside thc City
Limits, suitable for Iinil—$100 per
acre. Together with larger lots
of Fruit Lnnds near the City.
Also one 25 foot lot suitable for
business site on First Street, close
to McKenzie Ave.
For full particulars npply lo;—•
Revelstoke, B. 0.
Di" Diiiiiuupi ouii
Hides, Shotguns, Revolvers,
Fishing Tackle, Tents, Hunting and Outing Suits, Canoes.
Hunts, Typewriters and Offlce
Desk, Fieldan.l Opera Glasses,
All nt less than half price.
Write at once for big list,
Nauwlgewaiik, N. B., Canada.
The best Brick in the Province,
Well burnt Brick in huge or
small quantities at Reasonable
25c. to 50c. on-the AS
Your Grocery, Clothing
Drygoods and Shoe Bills
WE PAY FREICHT to any railway slulioi.
in Western Ontnrlo, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Britisli Columhin.
Write for our Latest Prioe List, it Is
mailed Iree on request.
We only handle the Jbesl goods money-
can buy, only goods of hest mills, manufacturers nnd puckers shipped.
We make Prompt Shipments.
We absolutely guarantee satisfaction
and Delivery.
BAH Cooda Guaranteed or Money Refunded.
it is a duty to Vou, to Your Family und
to your Pocket Book to investigate our
We do not belong lo lhe Jobbers' or
Retailers' Cuild or Association or uny
References: Any Bunk, Railway or
Express Company in llie Cily, or lhe
names of twenty thousand satisfied customers in lhe tour provinces.
Write for Our Prioe List To-day.
Northwestern  Supply   House
339 ''mil 261 Stanley Street
18, 19, 20, 1907
LargerJaniT, Better
Than Ever
Something Doing
Every Minute
Cheap Excursion Rates
On All Transportation
For   Information   or
Prize List, Write
P. O. Box 95,
Central Hotel
a—.    REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Newly built,    First-class in every respect.   All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.60 per Day. Sped I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rate.
Queens ffotel
Best brands 01 Wines, Liquorsand Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
CHIEF  YOUNG, -        -       Proprietor
'Under  New  Management)
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   0
First-clas accommodation (or travellers.
Best brands of Wines, Spirits, and
RATES   $1   AND   $150   PER  DAY
s I
Notice Is hereby given Mutt thlrtj daya aftor
data lluten.J in itpply iu ine Uuiiorablo i.iiit-f
Commissioner oi l-and8and Murks iur special
llPOUKe toi'utaiiil carry m.v.ij llmhor from Uie
followiug desoritiod lundu Biiuiucd in Woat
Kootenny. Upper Arrow take District.
l. Uommonoing nt u pnat planted on the
smith aide uf Leun I'reck, and abmu twenty
t'lialiia irum tboGrook, nml abmu i.iui' ijhL-**,
[ruin Ibe moutli of Bttlu, marked "I- -V ■"*'■
lot It's stjulli'weat oornor poat," liionco eu-i sn
I'linhiB, I hence llorlli Hiichniuu, tlit-li- t) West80
chaiua tlience suuth an chains, lo placo uf
i, Commoncing at a poal planted on the
norlh hide of I.cou Creek, and abuttl Ml fuel
irom tbe sunili-ea.stooruer put-i of uf 'Inner
Limil No. 7188, and abmu mi feel (torn ilu
soiitli-wesi corner posiuf Timber Limit 7.112,
marked ■'!-. N. Hnlii-i-k'-s initial mul," tlitnce
weateu (inn us. ilieucc south 4u chains, thouoe
ensl lui chains, thence north -in chains, thenee
west tii) rhnius to plane ol commcueeuirnl.
H, Uommonoing at a post plnuted on the
-..mli Miii-ul Leuu i nrk, ibout nine miles
frum tlie moutli, uenr lhu south-west curuer ol
T, L. No. 741W, marked ' R, a, llall.itk'a nor.' -
west curuer nubC," thunce a.'utli 4U cliiiins,
tbence east Itii- ehnins, thenee nurih iu oimuu,
tbeiii-c west ltio chaiua to place ol be*; mul iim. -
-I. Commencing at n post plauted mi the
enst side of the auuth fork of Icon Cn.uk, aud
atxnu two milea frum the forks, marked ,*t,„ N,
llnliuck'a nurlb-woat curuer pust," ihenee
■hutilli ao cliains, iheiu'C east an cIihuis, meuoe
imrlli mi iliains, tbeuce wen ifi ehuins lo place
of begluutut,'.
,'i Commencing nt a post i-l-uited un the
WC&tflue01 IbeBouth ImkoUoon Creek, aud
annul throe and unu Imlf miles from tue mouth
ui said lurk, uiniked "L. N, ilalluek'n north-
we»l curuer pust," thencu south 8-J chnius,
tlu-nce enst bbcliHius, lhcuce north bO chnius,
theuce wesia ohalna to place of Uegiuniug.
ti. Commeueiug nt a pist planted on tue
wesl sldeol lliu suiuh loik of Leuu creek, nml
uh iiu luur aud one hall miles fiom the moutli
ul said lurk, marked --„. N. llallot'k'a nor Lb*
Wtst curuer pusi," llienco south ni chains,
thuuee uasl tSUchnlns, itit-nee north Su chnius,
theuoo weat so chains tu place ol ueglumug.
KDWAltl) N, ii.iLLUcK.
Unled July 81s£, I9u7, Kovelatoke, U. l\
Kevelstoke I-iind District.
District ot Weat Kooteuay.
Tnke uotico Unit War ron .-udrewa nf Uevol-
stukc, H.C., occupation Prospector, intond.-. tn
apply for spocial limber iiceiiaes over the following deacribed lauds;
1. (Joinmencing at a post planted l!l» milo.-.
westof Columbia Kiver uud ft mile uorth of
Soda l ict'l,, marked "Wurreu Andrew.-' nnrtli-
eust eoruer," tlieuce smith fin chaiu*-, theuce
west 80 chums, iheuce north 81) ■hums, theuco
east 80 chains tu point uf eommoucemont, cou-
tnlnlug "'du acres more or luss.
2. t'otumeuciug at a post plauted ty milos
wost ul iiiei,du.uiu,i Kivei, 20 chaius uurth of
Sudd (reek, murkud 'Warrou Audrews' uorlh-
oasi, coruer," tlieuce suuth 8U chuius, theuce
west 8u chuius, tliuuco north 8U chuius, theuce
east 80 chains io puiut of cummeucemeut, cuu-
taiuiuH 040 acres muro ur leas,
3. C'ummenciuK ut a pusl plnuted 1) miles
west ul Columbia Kiver uu the uurth bauk ol
Soda Croek, marked "Wurreu Audrews' uorth-
east corner," ibeuce suuth 80 chuius, theuce
Weat 80 Chains, theuce north 60 chains, theuce
eusl80chuius tu point uf cummeucemeut, con-
iiiiium; t.m acros more or lesa.
4. CumiLeuciug at u post plautod 1J miles
weat of Columbia Mv«r, aud ouo mile suu.u ol
Huda Creek, mnrked "Warien Audrews' north-
enst cornor " tbence soulh 80 chnius, Uience
west 80 chuius. iheuce uorth 60 chuius, thouce
east SOchaius to poiut ol commencement, coutaiuiug 040 acros more or loss.
5. Commencing at u post planted ty miles
westol Columbia Kiver aud tk) clmins south of
Soda Creek, murked "Wurreu Andrews'in.rih-
east corner," tlieuce south 80 chains, theuce
west 80 chaiusftheucenorilr SOchaius, theuco
eusl 80 iliains to poinl of cummeucemeut, coutaiuiug 040 acres more ur less.
0. Commouciug at a pust plauted 2>, miles
west of Columbia Kirer anil h mile souih of
Soda Creek, murked "Warreu Audrews1 uurth-
east coruer," ibeuce wnsl ,-u chains, theuco
south 80 chains, ti.ence east 80 chuius, thence
uorlh 80 chuius to point uf commeucemeut,
contaiuiug 04u acres morj or less.
Dated July ItHb, liin.
wed aug 14 WARREN ANDREWS.
Revelstoke Laud Districl.
Dislricl of West Kootenay.
Take notice that The Smith Creek Min*
ing and Development Company, July
registered in British Columbia and engaged in placer gold mining, intends to apply
fora speoial limber licence over the following desciibed lands, for lhe ptirpo.se of
obtaining timbers for mining purposes:
Commencing at a post planted a distance of 1584 feet south from a point ou
Smith Creek, siluated 440 feet below llie
moutli of Tot Hole Creek, and inarked
"The Smith Creek Mining and Developmenl Company's north-wesl corner post,"
theuce soulh 80 chains, thence east 80
eliains, llienee north 80 chains, thence
went Ho chains to the point of commence
ment, and containing 640 acres, more or
Dated August 8ih, 1907.
Tin-: Smith Crhek Mining and Development Company,
i'er Frank II. Gulley,
wed aug 21 .Manager and Ageni.
Cariboo Land District.
Dislrict of Cariboo,
Take notice that Donald Mcintosh of
Revelstoke, B. C, prospector, intends lo
apply for permission lo purchase lhe following described land:
Commencing at a post planted about 2}
miles above Blue River, marked "D. Mcintosh's S. E. coruer," theuce north 120
chains, Ihenee west 40 chains, thenee
south 120 chains, thence east 40 chains to
poinl of commencement, containing 480
acres more or less.
Dated July 31st, 1907.
wed aug 21 D. McINTOSH.
Weat Kootenay Land District, Distrfct of Rovelstoke, B.C. Take notice that Rupert William
llaggen, of Kevelstoke, H.C, occupation Insurance Agent, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described land:—Com-
meiicing at a p ist planted on the western tthore of
Upper Arrow Lake, at Katmock Point, and markeil "It- W llaggeu's Mouth-east comer pnat,"
situate about 30 clialns from tho aoiitheru extremity uf llannock Point, thence north 40 chaina to
the southern boundary of Uenr-n Boyd's pre-emption, thence west »0 cnains to tlie eastern boundary of Lot SU, tlience south SOohains to the shore
of Upper Arruw Lake, theuce oast following the
tthore of Upper Arrow Lake to place of commencement, I'liniiuiig an area of iti'i acres, more or loss,
Dateu July 20th, 1907.  Rupert Williams Haggen.
Tenders will be received by tbe undersigned up to G p. 111, Tuesday, Sept.
i), 1907, (or the erection ol tbo Baptist
Church, Revelstoke, B.C.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the olliee of the undersigned.
KiN.ii.n & Amiekson.
Aug. 28th.    td        First Street.
Anyone wishing lancy work (or
Christinas should leave their orders
l.-.w. Il.ittenl.urg tea cloths, imibroid-
ered centre pieces, cushions ul all
kinds, drawn threiul work, hardangor,
eto,   All work guaranteed,
Anyone wishing In see samples ol
work oan call at residence,
Mini. 11. a. Upper
As I liavo purchased a suitable
building I intend tu ruiunin in the
city and open a (anoy, dry good, dreas
making and millinery business on
First street, oppusito the Climax hotel.
Mrs. 0. R. Hpilsbuiy nl Vancouver ivill
hnve clutrge ol tl.e millinery depart
ment. A, Mabun.
Cii-ihoo Land District,
Disti-'u.t of Cariboo.
Tnke notice that l>, Mcintosh nf
Revelstoke, U.l.'., oecupati. n Blacksmith, intends to apply fui-special t holier  licences over the  following <li-
scribed lands;
1. Ou.uiiienciiig ata post planted at
upuei crossing of Albredn River, and
j marked "O. Mcintosh's S, B. cornei-,"
Ihenee west SIJ chiiius, tbenee north 80
chains, thence east 80 cbnins. llienee
soulh 80 ebains to point of commence-
menl, coutnining 1140 acres more or
2. Coinnieiiciiig at a post planted
alongside II. Sawyer's No. 2 posl, nml
marked "1). Mcintosh's S. IS. corner,"
ihence west 100 chains, tbence uortb
10 ehuins, thence east 1(10 chains,
llienee south 10 elinins lo point oi'
commencement, containing till) acres
mon. or less,
11. Commencing at a post plnnted
at lower crossing of Alhreda Kiver,
inarked "D, Mclnlosh's N.K. corner,"
thenee soutb 100 chains, tbence west
10 cbnins, tbence north 100 chains,
thenco east 40 chains to place of commencement, conlaining 010 acres inure
or less.
U.iled Augusl .'.I h, 1007.
4. Commencing at a post planted
at moulh ol Alhreda River, marked
"I). Mcintosh's N. H. corner." thenee
west 80 ehains, tbeuce south 80 ebains,
tlience ensl 80 chnius, Ihencu in.ill. 80
chains, to point of commencement,
cotltuininil 010 acres more or less,
Dated August (lib, 11)07.
5. Coinineneilig al a post planted
2J illiles above Apperall camp, mnrked
"O. .Mcintosh's S, 15. cornei-." tbence
west 40 chains, thence nortlilOO chains,
thence east 40 chains, tbeuce suuth 100
clmins to point of commencement,
conlaining (III) acres more or less.
II. Commencing ut a post planted
alongside No. ij, mnrked "1). Molll-
tosh s N. K. corner," tlience west 40
chains, thence south lOOchains, tbence
enst 40 chains, ihence north 100 chains
to point of coinmencement, containing
010 ncres inure or less.
Commencing at a post planted
one-half mile above Apperall camp,
marked "D. Mclnlosh's 8. \V. corner,"
Ihence enst 40 cbnins, tbence norib Kill
chains, thence west 40 chains, tlience
soulb ioo chains lu point of commencement, contaiuiug 040 acres more or
Dated August 2nd, 1007.
8. Commencing ut a post planted
one-bulf mile soutli of Apperall camp,
marked"l). Mcintosh's N.U, corner,'
thencu west 80 chains, tlience soulb »0
chnius, thei.ee east 80 chains, tlience
ninth 80 chains lo point of cummencement, containing 040 acres moru or
0. Commencing at a post planleil
alongside No. 8, iuarketl "D. Mclu
tosb's S. li. corner," tbence west 80
cliains, tlience norlli 80 ciiains, therce
easl. 80 chains, tbence soutb 80 chains
to poiut of commencement, containing
040 acres more or less.
Dated August Isl, 1007.
10. Commencing ata post planted
across river from Apperall Camp, and
markeil **D. Mcintosh's N.W. corner,"
lhcuce easl 80 cliains, theuce soulb 80
cbnins, theuce west 80 chains, tbeuce
north 80 chnius to poiut of commence
ment, cuntaiuing 040 acres mure or
Dated August 0th, 1007.
11. Commencing at a post planted
alongside No. 10, marked "D. Mcintosh a S.W. corner," tlitnce easl80
cbaius, Uience uortb 80 chaius, theuce
.vest 80 chains, tlieuce south 80 cbaius
lo pointol coiniuenceiue.it, containing
04(1 acres mote or less,
12. Commencing at a post planted
one-halt mile below Rone Creek on
wesl bauk of Thompson River, maikcd "D. Mcintosh's S. E. corner,"
tbenee nurlb 80 cliains, tbence wesl 80
chnius, tbenco south 80 chains, tlieuce
east su clialus tu point of commencement, coutaiuiug 040 acres more or
Dnted August 1st, 1007.
KI, Cmumcucing at a p..*i planted
at moutb lit bone Creek, marked "D.
Mclnlosh's N. \V. corner," tbence
soulb 40 cbnins, tbeuce eust 100 ehnins,
tbeuce uorlh 40 chains, thence wesl
too chains to point uf commencement,
coutnining OIU acres more ur less.
Dated August 7th, 1007.
14. Commencing al a pusl planted
alongside of S. McMahon's No. 4 post,
marked "D. Mcintosh's N.K. corner,"
tbeuce west 100 chains, Ihence suuth
40 chains, tbeuce east 100 chuius,
theuce uurth 40 chains tu point ot
commencement, containing 010 acres
more or less.
Dated August 1st 11)07.
15. Comincncing at a post planted
2 miles below Hell Roaring Creek,
marked "D. Mcintosh's S.W. corner,"
thenceeast 80cliains, thencu north 80
chains, tlience west 80 chains, thence
south 80 ehuins lo point of commencement, containing 010 acres more or
Dated August 7 th, 1007,
10. Coinnieiiciiig nt a post planted
at upper end of Meadow, aud marked
"D. McIntusli'B S, bj. corner," theuce
west 80 chains, thenCe north SOchaius,
thence cast SO chains, thence south 80
chains to point of commencement,
containing WO acres more or less,   '
17 Oommenclng at a post planted
alongside of No. 10, and marked "D.
Mclnlosh's N.K. curlier," thence suutb
80 chains, llienee west 80 chains,
thence nurth 80 chains, thence east 80
chains tu point of commencement,
coulaiuing 010 acres more or less,
18. Commencing at a post planted
back of Meadow, anil marked "D.
Alclntosh's S. li. corner," tbeuce west
SO chains, tlience mirth 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, tbence suulh SO
chains to puim. uf commencement,
containing (till acres more or less,
10. Commencing ut a post planted
one mile south of No, 18, marked "D.
Mclnlosh's N.K. corner," thence south
80 chains, tlieuce west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thencu east 80
chains to point of common eiuent,
containing 010 acres mure or less.
20. Coinnieiiciiig at a post planted
alongside of No. 11), marked "D. Mcintosh's H. K. corner," thence west 80
chains, thencu nurth 80 chains, tbence
eusl 80 chains, theuce south 80 ebains
io point uf commencement, contain
ing Oil) acres more or less,
Dated July liOlb, 1007,
21. Commencing'nt a post planted
2J miles below lllue River, on east
bank of Thompson River, murked "D.
Mcintosh's y, W. corner," thenceeast
80 chains, tlieuce north SO chains,
tbciict. W0SI 811 chains, thenco south SO
chains to puint ot cuiuitieiiceiiienl,
containing Illll acres inure or less.
22. Co'muieneiug ul a post plnuled
alongside of No. 21, marked "D. Mc-
Intonh's N.W. corner," Iheuce easl SO
chaius, llienee BOUth 80 cbnins, thuuee I
west 80 chains, theueu uortb 80 chains 1
21.   Commenci})
across .,>•-.-  i-- -■
milked "!) M. I
:  nt .. I'..-, plnuted !
(i.n..*..  eauip, i.inl
■ ..i*8 S.W. cornei-,'
It■-■..!-:..:..  1 1 f.f-.fi .
...* ri, i .,1 \\',-; Koot. nny
'I lii!    - mi   ■       III,..     '. ff.T
.|,-.-e -:  IJ „..„-, tl„.u.-e.,...lbSU:f::"'l""l'"*llr-'l:n,*|l;c""'*
chaius, l
south so
ell .ins ..
*l SU ehuins. then.'i
point of eummeiiee-
Oltl acres more or
Dated August 7ih, 1007.
24.   Commencing at a posl plauted
alongside of No, 2:1, uiniked "D. Mc-
i ii.
described Int.
| cr Itoonsoa cv
f Andrews, nl
Intends... apiily
■i- tl..; 'allowing
1. Commenolng nt s posl planted nn north-
ci*. oorner of 'I*. I.. .'.'ii". nnd marked * Wi Andrews' N, W  c inc.-.". llit-ii.-i- .-..st si.clmins,
Ihenco suiiiii si. clmins. lln neo .v.-si BU ohains.
thenoe norlh E0 ohaius lo polul of cimmotico-
i.ii-iit, coulaiuing-Bid acriNi moro or lc-..-.
-. Commeneing nt n p..*. plantod at tin.
,„, *.,•..'!.-t-i.*i corner off L IBM, and marked '*»',
rner,    Ihence ensl SU   \udrewa' 8 W. cornor," thonee eaat 80 cliaim,
.utli 80 ehnins, thence Uience ninth sti ehains, Uience west80ohaias,
Intosh's N.W
chains, tbence
west Sll ebains, tbenee north 80 ehniiis
lo point of commencement, containing
010 ncres more or less.
25. Coinmeneing at a posl planted
2 miles sunt It of No. 24, mnrked "D.
Mclnt.Mfs N. W. corner," Ihence enst
SO cbnins, tbence south SU ehuins,
thenee wesl SO ebains, tlience nortli 80
chuius to point ..f commencement,
containing (ill) .teres more or less.
tinted August 7th, 1007,
20. Commencing at a post plunled
10 clmins from mouth .of Big Slough,
marked "D. Mcintosh's s. li. cornei',"
thenee west 80 chains, tlienee north SO
chuius, llienee east 80 chnius, thenee
soulh SO cbnins tu point of commencement, containing Olo acres more or
Dated July 201 h. 1007,
wed aug 21 D, McINTOSH.
Revelsloke Liind District,
Dislricl n( West Kootenny.
Take Notice that I, Oh tries L,
Hyde, of Revelstok)), B. C. occupation
Timber Cr.iis.-r, intends lu upply for u
siaeiftl licence lo cui timlier on lhe.
following described land .
1 Commei.eing ul post plnuled nbout
'I miles up the norlh-eiist fork of Gold
stream, marked " Ohas. L, Hyde's
N. W. Corner Post," Ihence somh 80
cbnins, Ihence east 80 chains, llienee
nnrlh 80 ehains, ihence west 80 ehnins
I., point of commencement, uud con-
tainlngOlO acres, more or less.
Dnled Ai.gust8ib, 1007.
2, Commencing al a post plunled
nl...utli miles .1|. I he litlrtll-eilsl fork of
(ii.lilsir.,-!...., ..ml marked "Ohas, L.
Hyde's N. li. Coiner Post." Ihence
south 80 chains, thetice west80i.hi.lni
I hence norl h 80 mains, thence eusl 80
elinins lo poini of commencement,'and
eoiilaintng640aires more or less.
Daled August 8lh. 1007.
3, Coiiiineii.-liig i.l .. post plunled
8 and a half miles up the nortl. fork of
(Toldstrenui, un.l i mile west of tbe
muili link,ninlk.-d "('lius. 1.. IIviI.m*
N.W. Corner Posl," thenee east 80
cbnins, tbenee soulh 81) cbnins, llienee
wesl 80chains, Iheme n .rth SO ehuins
to point ol* com.»>...ceiueut, and con
..lining 040 ncres, more nr less.
Dnted August ».h, 11X17.
4, Coinmeneing at u pnsl plnniid
ii lm ul Ilnn.I u hull' miles up lhe m..-tb
fork uf Golds) remit nnd about 1 mile
west of lie norlh fork, niuike.l "Ohas.
L Hyde's Nntth-.-nsl Cornel Post,"
Ihence south 10(1 cbnins, llienee west
40 cliiiins. iheuce norlh 100 chains,
. hence ensl 40 chains to point of commencement, und continuing ,040 acres,
more or less.
Dnted August Olh, 1007.
^ 5. Commencing at a posl planled
aboul 8 nod n half miles up the norlh
fork of Goldslreiiii und about 1 mile
west of lhe north fork uiniked "Ch is.
L. Hyde's S. E. Corner Posl," tbence
norl ll 160 ehnins. tbence west 40 chains,
llienee suuth 100 chains theuce e-.st. 40
ehnins to poinl, of coinmeneeiiieiit, and
conlaining610 .teres, more or less.
Daled August Dili, 1907.
6. Cummencing ut n post plunted
uho.it 1 mile up Camp Creek and about
half u mile east of creek, Cump Creek
being a tributary uf Gol.Isl ream,
marked "Chas. L Hyde's S. W.
Comer," thenee norlh 80 chains,
Iheuce eust 80chuii.s, Ihei.t-e south SO
chnius, Ihence wesl 80 chains lo ll.e
poim of couiuicnr.-incut, and containing 010 neies, more or less,
Daled Augusl 12th. 1007.
7 Commencing nl ii pnst planled about
hall a mile from Columbia River ami
ulmut 10 cbnins soulh of Dowuie
Creek, marked " Chas. L Hyde's
S. W. Cornei-." thence north 60 chains,
.heme ca-l 40 chains, tbence north 40
chains, thenc-east 10 cbnins, thence
suuth i00. Iinins, tbence west 80 ehuins
In pninl of (-(niinienceiuenl, nnd containing 640 acres more or less.
Dnled August 18lll, 11)07.
Chas, L. Hyde,
Cariboo Land Dislrict.
Districl. ol Cariboo.
Take.'Nntice that H. MeMiihun, of
Revelsloke, B. 0„ intends lo apply for
.. special limber license ovei lhe following described lund -
20. Commencing at a post plnnted
al.he Forks of Albredn Kiver, Norlh
Thompson, mnrked "H. MiMuhon's
S W. Corner." Ihence casi 80 chains,
thence smith 80 chuius, thence west 80
chains^ thence north SO cbnins to point
of commencement, containing 640
at res in.ire or less.
Dated April lllth, 1007.
U. McMahon.
Revelatoke Land Diatrict.
District of West Kootenay.
Take e trial Andrew Kilson, of
Kevulstoia*, Ji. 0., miner, intends to
apply fur tt special Umber license ovei
Lhe fnllmving descrihed lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted
Otte quartet mile almve lhe north fork
f Fiat Creek, oo the north hank, and
mttrkeu "Andrew Kitson's S, K. Out-
ner." thence nortli 4U chains, thence
wesi 10(1 cliains. thence south 40 tihUlns,
thence east ltd) ehnins to point of
coin meneement i and containing (IIU
acres more or lets.
Dated August 20.b, li«J7.
2. Commencing ata post planted
one quarter mile above the north fork
f Fiat Creek on the north bunk and
maiked "Andrew Kilson's H. W. Corner," thence north SIJ chains;  thence
ist SO chains) thence south SI) chains,
thence west Sll chains, to point of
enmmencement and containing 010
acres more or leas.
Dated August 2)th, 11)07.
a. Oommenclng at a post planted
nbuut one mile and tht'ee-ti'iarturs
Mow lhe north fork of Flat Creek, on
llie norlh hailk, and inarked "Andrew
Kilson's S.W. Corner," ihence llul'll)
80chains; thence easi 40 chains, thence
Miuth 40chains, thenceeast 40 chains,
thence BOUth 80chains, Ihenee west 10
haitlS, iheuce north 40chiins, thence
west 40 chains to point of :ommence*
ment and containing 010acres more or
Dated August 2)th, 1007.
outh w chaina to jutim uf oonitnenoe-
men I, nm! ■lining (ill) acres more or \cm.
'A. Commencing "' a l"ls' plantod at the
wouMvcMt oornor ol T.L. IflUfl, nnd marked "W.
Andrews' 8,IV, corner." thoneo nortli Hi) ehnins,
IhOllOO enst, 81) clluitlS- tllOIICO SOU til 80 ulllllUB,
Ihoneo west Hi chains lu jioint. of commence*
incut, conlaining 1)1(1 acres unite or loss.
1- Coiiiint'iJciiiK at a pOPt plautod at Ihe
Bouth-oast oornor of I'.l* ftu7, and mnrkod "VV.
Andrews'8,W. coruer," thenco oast 80 chains,
thenci: noith s'i cimiiiH, thenoo wost S' ohains,
thenco south MJ chains to|iomtof comii.enec-
nit-nt, t'oniiiiuitiK 'i'11 ooros more or less.
6, Commonclng at a poet planted at lhu
south-east corner of T.L. 7808, and mnrkeil "\V.
Alldrowa' S.W, corner," thence ensl fcU chniiiK,
thenco norlli hi ehains, thonce wost 80 chaius,
thence soutli (Cl ehains to point of commence-
nienl, containing lilO acres moro ur loss,
li. L'oiiiiuciiijng at a noat planted at the
Bouth-east oorner of T-Ij. "S'0, and marked "W.
Andrews S, W, corner," tlionco easl. S'i ohains,
thence north 80 ehnins, thonce west 8(1 chains,
(henco soutli ttu chains to point ul com otitic*
mont, coutaininij UP) acres more or luss
I. Commencing at n post planted nt the
south-easl corner of T.L. 7810, anil mnrkeil "\Y,
Andrews' S.W. curnor," thence east Kuchains,
I hence north 80 ehnins, theuce west 80 chains,
tlienco south su chain*, to point of cuminciico
nienl, coiiiiiining tiio ncres more or luss.
Dal nl .I nne ;Wh. 1DU7.
8. Commonclng at a post plnnted 80 chaius
enst of aoutli-oaat corner ul T. L. 7810, nml
marked "ff, Andrews' N.W. corner," thenoe
east 80 chaius, thonce south Hi chnius, thencu
wost 80 chains, thence north 80 ohalna to point
of commencement, containing 810 acres moro or
li, Conuiiriicini; at a post planted 80 chains
cast of south-east coruor of T. L, 7Mli), and
murked "W, Andrews norlh-west corner,"
thenco cast 100 chains, thence .south 40 clmins,
thonco west Ilu chains, thenc north 40 chains to
point of oommenoet, (llio acres moru or less,
to. (.ouiincueiiiK at a post planted 80 chains
east of north-enst cornerof T. L. 7807, and
niarked "\V, Andrews' 8. W.corner," theuce
cnsl 100 clnitis, thouce north 40 cliains, thoncu
west inn chains, bhoncu south h chains to
pointof commencement,containing Olo aores
more or leas,
II, Commencing at a post planted H) cliains
east of norlh-easl corner of T. L, 7807, and
marked "W, Andrews' N.W, coiner," thenco
east 100 chains, theuce «oulh 40 clinlns,.tlience
west 100 chains, thenco north 10 chains lo puint
ol couiuiouocuiout, containing (ilo ncres more
ur luss
12. Communcing at a post planted 81 chains
cast of southeast cornur ol T. L. 7807,and
marked "W, Androws'8. W, corner," theueo
cuh lliu chuius, thonce nurth 40 chaius, theuce
wost lii'i chains, tlienco south 40 chains lu point
of oommoncement, containing Olu acres mure
or less,
ll Uounnenoing at a post planted su chnlns
vast of north-east corner of T. I. 7S0-J, and
marked* VV. Andrews'N.W. corner," thencecasl
ioo eliains, tlience south 40 chains, thenee wost lOo
chaina, theuce north -iu chains to place of commencement, containing tliu acres more or less.
U. Commencing ab a pust plantotl 30 chiiiim
east of south-east corner of i'.L 7806, ami marked
"VV. Andrews' jj. VV. eorner," thence east luu
chains, thencu uurth 10 .chains, theueo wesi ltio
chains, tlieuce sunili -10 chains to point of commencement, containing (UU acres more or less.
Diiled.l une ■ilth   llm;.
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootonay.
Take notice that Hugh McLean of Rovelstoko, B.C, i'rotpectur, intends tu apply for
speoial timber licenses over tho following do-
scribed lauds:
I, Commencing at a post plautod two miles
north of liig Mmuli Creek ami three miles east uf
Columbia Kiver inarked "Hugh McLean's S, VV.
corner post," thence north bu chains, thence eaat
8U chains, thencti south SU chains, thence wu»t30
cliains to point of commencement, containing 810
acres more or luss. '
t. Commencing at a post planted on tho nortli
bank of a small cruuk four miles uortli of Dig
Mouth Creek, and two miles uast of Coluinbin
Kiver, mnrkeil •'Hugh McLean's 8.W, cornerpost,"
thuncu north 80 cliains, tliouce uast SU Cliains,
thence south SU chains, thence west 8U chains In
point of ciiuiiiieiiceiik'ni, coiitniutiig iim acres
more or less.
8. Commencing at a pout plantod 80 chains
east of south-east corner ui T. L. 80, marked
"Hugh McLean's s VV. cunier pnst," theuco nortl)
80 cliains, ihence east 80 chaina. tlieuce soiuliS'J
chains, thence west 8' chains to point of commencement, containing olu acres nun - or less,
4. Commencing at a post planted:. miles imrtli
of Big Mouth Creek and two miles oast of Columbia Kivor, niarked 'Hugh MoLean'a S. VV,
cumer poal." thence north su chains, thenco east
SOchaius, llienee suuth so chains, tlience ausl 80
cliains lo point of commencement, conlaining W i
acres more or less.
5. Commeueiug at a posl two miles east of
Columbia Uiver and ti miles norlli of Hig
Mjuiu Creek, marked -'Hugh McLean's 8, Vv.
coruer posi," thence nortb su cbaius, ibeuce
ciisisuchi'ius, llieue^ soulh S(< chains, Itieuce
west 00 cbaius to pointof commencement, coutalnlug Olu acres more or loss.
ii. Uomuienciug ut a post planted about ti
miles uurth of Hig Moutb Creek and 3 miles
easi ol Columbia Itiver, marked'-Hugh Ale-
t.-nn's 8, IV. coruer post," Uience north Su
chains, thence enst su chains, tneuce suulh SU
ehains, thence west 8u chains iu puiut ul commencement, cuntaining (ilU acres more or less,
7, Coiumeuoing at a post plauted 'A miles
cti.it mi Columbia Uiver undo miles north of
Uig Moulh Creek, marked "iiiiiii Mct.eau's
a vV. coruer post," thence norm 80 chainB.
thenee east su chains, iheuce suiuh SU chaius,
Ihence west so chains topoint of commence
meut, continuing tilu acres more or less.
8. Commeueiug ata post plauted Smiles
cast of Columbia Kiver aud 4 miles uortb of
Big Mouth Cicek, marked "Hugh McLean's S.
W, corner posi," Uience north SOchaius, thence
east su chains, Uience south 8U chains, theuce
west 8U chains tu point oi clmimenccmciit,
containing tiio acres more or less.
8, Comineucing at a posl planted 8 iniles
ea t of Culumbia itiver and -1 miles north ui
Big Muuth Creek, inarked "Hugh McLean's ti,
VV, corner post," theuce uorlh SU chains,
tlience easl so chains, theuce south so chains
tneuce west su chains lo polut uf cummeucemeut, containing Olu acres mure or less
9, Cummencing at a post nlanted 1 miles
north of Big Moulh Creek aud3 mllea east o
Columbia Kiver, nmrkcil "Hugh McLeuu'a N,
VV. corner posi," tlu-nce east Bu ohnlns, iheuce
aouth 80 chains, theuce west So chaius, tiience
uorth 80 chains lu imiut of commencemeiil,
containing liio acres more or leas,
10, Commencing Ht a post plauted _ miles
north of Big Moulh Creuk and 4 miles east of
Columbia River, marked ''Hugh McLean's
i\ V\, corner post," theuce north 80 chains,
thenee easi BU chains, tbence numli 80 chains,
thence west SO chains tu point of coiuuiuulc-
meut, containing tiio acres more ur leaa.
II. Commencing at a poit planted at the
north-easl cornerol T. L Vjtis, marked "Hugh
ei.ean'8 S..E, corner post," theuco north so
chains, ihence weal Hi cbnlna, thonco south so
chains, thencecasl SO clialus to poinl of com-
raenccinenl, containing tiio acres more or loss
Yi. Commencing ul a posl planted at the
nortli easl comer of T. L, lm, marked "llugb
McLean's ti. VV. comer post," thouce north su
ehaiiiH, tlieuce east su clialus, theuce sou ill HO
chains, Ihence west socbalas lo point of commencement, coutnining tiio acres mure or less.
YA, Commencing at a uust planted at tho
uorlb-easl corner of T.L. 7uti8, markod "Hugh
McLuau'a N, W. corner," theuce est SO chains
lhcuce south SOchaius, lhcuce west 80 ebalus,
theuco norlh 80 chains lo pointof cuuimeucc
ment. containing tiio acres more or less.
14 Commencing at a post planted one mile
east of the nurlh-east eurner oi T, L, im,
marked'Hugh McLenu's S. ff. cunier post,"
tbence east 8U chains. Iheuce north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, Uience auulh 80 chaius
lo joint uf comuicncemuut, coulaiuing tilU
acres more or less,
15. Commencing nt a poat plantod 2 mllea
coat of the uorth-east comer of T, L 7608,
marked "Hugh McLean's H. VV, curuer nost,"
theuce cast Su ehaiiiH, theuce north 80 ehalus,
thenee west SO chains, lhcnco aouth 80 chaina
tu puint ol commencement, containing 040
acres more or less,
18, Commencing ala pust plauted uno mile
norlh ol the noriii-ensi corner of T. L, 7-Oiis,
marked "Hugh McLenu's ti. E, comer nost,"
thenee north 160 cbnins, ibenco west 40 chains,
ihence south 160 chains, thunce caat 40 chains
io poiut uf commeuceiucul, conlaining OIU
aerea more or less,
17, Commencing at a post piloted uno mile
norlh ol thc north-east cornerof T. L,75-88,
marked "Hugh ;.lcLeau'sS,W. cornor," thence
uurth 80 chains, thenee eusl SU chains, thunce
suuth 8U chains, thunce west 8U chains to puiut
of commencement, containing tiio ucrus moru
or less
Dated July 1st, 1007.
iat,aug3 UU'iU MoUAN.
Iiisirifi ut We*. Kntu 'nay,
'Ink*' notico llialUurreu udrewnof Itevct
sii ike, li (! , occupation I'rospowor. Intends to
ap|iy I rspecial timber Iiitii-cs ovor lhof"i*
i nuiig described hinds:
1. Cnmmeneiiig nt a |v»st plnnletl nt the
nortleousl curuoi ot C L 9010 mnrkod "Warrou
Audrews' N ff, oornor," thenco oast lOQohaiuS,
thonco snutli to cliuiua thonco west 100 chains,
thenes uortli 40 chnius toe int of commence*
incut coutnining 010 ncres muro ur loss.
2, Commonclug al u posl plantotl nt the
north-east oornor nf T. L. 0057, markod "War-
run Andrews' N. VV. oorner," thenco oust 80
chnius, thenco south 81) clmins, thonco wost 80
i'linins, thouoe north80chains to pniutof com-
mon-.'inn out, contain lug OIU acres muro or loss.
,'i. Commencing at a post plnntod ono milo
eust of tho south-east curnor of T. L.8657.
mnrkeil "Warron Audruws' S. W cornor,"
thouco east80 elinins, thonco north 811 ehuins,
thoneo wust SO i'linins, tlienee soutli SO ehuins to
poiul of commencement, couUliulhg 010 acres
mure or loss.
4. Commonolng at a pust plunloi it lhe
south-east cornor of T. L. 10409, murko 'Warren Andrew*-' 8. VV. eornor," thonce ist80
chains, thonco north SO chuius, thouco \ st Stl
chains, thenes south Hlchuius to poiut o -am-
inmicoiiiout, coutaiuiug 040 ucros muro or     s.
5. Commoncing nt a pust plnntod ono ilo
oust of tbo south-oast curnor uf T. L 1 Oil,
marked "Wiirron Andrews' 8. ff. corn ,"
thoncu oust 80 ehuins. thenoe north 80 ohn   s.
llieueo WOSt80Ci liius, thonce suuth H) chains lu
puint uf niuiiiiini nmi, oouUiulng010acros
muru <ir loss.
0. Commeuolng at a pust plnnUd ut the
north-enst corner ol X. L.10J09, mnrkod "VY.ir*
ron Andrews' S. VV, curnor." thoncii north HI
ohains. thouce eust 80 chnius, Ihouco suulh 80
i'linins, thouco wo-tH) chimin lo point uf'cui-
ineucomout, containing OIU acres more or losg,
7. Commonolug ut apost plnntod ouo mile
oastofthe north-east oornor of TX41H09, murked "VVni ron Audrews1 S. VV. curnor,'' thoncu
east 80 ohains, theuoo nurih 80 chuius, thnnco
west 80 chsins, thouco smith 80 clmins tu point
nf c.niimeiii'i .nenl, cuiitiiinliig Iill) ucros mure nr
8. Commonolug 'it a pnst pluutod ut tho
suutli-ensi corner nf T. L. iiiii", marked "Wurreu Andrews' N.K. curnor," thonoo south 20
ehuins, Ihoneo oust 2U eli,tins, tlionco soulli Iiu
clmins, thouco wost 20 elinins, tliouce nnrlh 20
chains, ihouco wust 211 eliains, thenco norib 110
chaius. thouco oast 'ill ehuins tu imiut ur cuui-
moucomctit, containing 010 ncrus moro or luss.
Datod July 3rd. 1007.
0. Oommonolng nt a post plnntod at (ho
south-west cornor ot T. L-0785, markod "Wurreu Androws' N.K. cornor," thouco snutli W)
chuius, thonco west 81) chains, thouce uorlh 80
chuius, thonco oust 80 chains tu point or com-
inoiicomout, continuing 010 ucros moro ur loss.
10. Commoncing ut u post plnntod ut tbo
south-west cumor uf T, L. 0785, inarkod "War*
run Andrews' 8. K. curnor," thonco wost 80
cliuiua, thonee uurth 80 chains, thonco oast 80
chuius, thouco south 80 chainB to poiut of commencement, cuutuiniug Oil) acres muro ur loss.
11. Cnmmenciug nt a pust pluutod ut lho
uorth-wost corner oi T. L, 0782, marked "Wurreu Andrews' nurth-east corner," theuce souih
80 chuius, thouco west 80 cliains, thuncu norlh Ml
ehniiis, thouco eust mi ehuins to pointof commeucemeut, coutnining 040 acros moro or loss,
12. Commencing at a post pluuiotl ntlho
uorth-wost cornor nt T.L. 11785. murked "Wurreu Andrews' south-oust cornor/ tbonco wost fib
ohains, ihouco north 80 ehnins, thenco eusl 80
chuius, theuco suuth so cbnins tu pointof commenoement, cuutuiniug 010 ucros more or loss.
13. Commencing nt u pust plnntod at the
snuth-wost coruor nf T.L. 8823, mnrkod "Warrou Androws' south-east oornor," thenco wo-t SO
ehuins, thoncu nurlb HI cbaius, thenee oa^l 80
cliains, thonce suulh 80 chains to point of com-
moucemoui, cuiituiuing till) ucros muro ur loss.
14. Commeueiug at u post planted ut the
nortb-wost enrner uf T. L. 8823, marked "Wurreu Androws' south-east corner, ihouco wu^i. mi
chains, theuco uurth 80 chuius, thonco oast HI
chuius, thouce south Hi cliains lu point of commenoement, continuing Ob) ucros moro ur luss.
15. Commonolug at a pust planted at lho
imrth-oHst corner of T.L. 0782, marked "Warrou
Andrews' south-oast coruor," thouco north 80
chnius, thence west 8U ehuins, theuce south 80
chuius, theuco oast 80 chains to point uf com-
moucouiout, containing 040 ueres mora or loss,
10. Commencing at n post plantod nt a point
80 chnlns uurth uf tlio uorth-wost cornor of T.L,
Ul'.i'J, inarkod 'Warrou Androws1 suuth-eust
comer," thence wast SO chuius, thenco north 80
cbnins. thouce eust 80 chaius, thouce suuth 80
ciiains tu point uf commeucemeut, coutaiuiug
iiii) ucros mure or loss.
17, Coinmeneing at a post planted SOchaius
uorth of the north-west corner of Timber
Liieit 8823, and niarked "Warren Andrews'
suuth-east cornor,'' thenco west 80 chains,
theuco north 80 chains, thonco oast 80 chaina,
thence soutb 80 chains tu point of commence
ment, containing 010 acres moro or loss,
18. Commencing at apost planted about 20
ehuins north of the south west corner uf T, L
7315, uiarked 'Warren Andrews' south-oast corner," thence north 100 chains, thonco wost 10
chains, theuco south llio ohains, theuce cast In
chains to pointof commencement, coulatninn
04(1 ueres more ur loss,
10, Commencing at u post planted at the
south*west curnor of T. L. 7850, marked "War-
run Andrews' s aith-east cornor," thenco woat
Hlchuius. thencu north 80 chains, llienco east
SOchaius, thencu suutb 80 chains tu puint of
commencement, contaiuiug Olo acres more or
20. Comineucing at a post planted at (he
south-west cornerof T. L. "n50, marked "VV ar-
ren Andrews' suuth-east eurner," tbeuce west
80 ebains, tbence uurth 80 chains, ihenco enst
HI ehniiis, thencu suuth SU chains tu point ul
cumiiicncument, cuntaining Uh acres nioio or
D tted July Hh, 1907.
.  tVtnhrosi
|i   i 'ii Ft-ei
i -i   spec! i
ie  following
Districl "i W-- t Knoi
fake notice tin    li
Vlorritiof liuvelstoke. o<
Miner,  luteitds In npp
timher licences   over
described lands;
1. OominencliiR al ii posi planted 2
milesiip the north-east fork of Five
Mile Creek, Big Bend, and marked
"Henry Ambrose Morris'S.K. corner."
thence nortli 80 chains, thenc* west SOL
i   •       .i .i  un   i    ■       ii. ,.   . i h°' li'ii'i**, itii-uv
Chains, thence soulh Ml clmins, thence  ..
easl HO clmins to poln
ment and containing 010 acres toole
or less,
2. Oommenclng at a post planted 2
mites up the north-east forkof Five
Mile Creek, Hig Bend, ami marked
"Henry Ambrose Morris' S.W,corner."
thence uorth 80chains, iheuce east80
ehains, thenee south 80 chains, thence
west K0 chainslo point of commencement ami containing 010 aores more
or less.
Dated July 8th, 1007,
.I Commencing at a post planted
almul one-halt mile south of llie southwest corner of No, 1 on i lie north-west
forkof Kive Mile) rei , and inarked
''Henry Ambrose Mori .'N.K-corner
thencu south K0 i h tins, ihenee west ,S0
eliains, thence north > uliains, thenc
east 80 chains to pointof commence
Imeul, containing 010 acres more or
Bevelslokt- Uiul District.
District nf West Ko.itci.iiy.
Ink., in.iii-.. Unit T.iiii Sninii, nf Rev-
..Islnk.', U. C, liinl.t'i- .-.'..i.-i.i-, inleml.,
in npply f.ii' h speciul li.-i-nse to cm
unilii-r.... lhu folio"Ing described I ...il
1 0(>iiiiiK'iidns[ .tl .i post iiliiin m
fo,ti-.tnd one-halt miles .ho.ill. .if S.i.ii.,
Oreek mid Uvo miles ivest of Ci.I..nil.in
River mul marked "Tom Sundt's sou I (l
e.ist. cot-lier poal." llieoife west 81)
i-liains, thoncu norlh SO cliiiins, iheme
east 80 chains, thence south 81) chain,,
to the point t.f i'o.iimt.iii'i.|ut'iii ninl
conlaliiltiK (111) acres, more or less,
2 Cm.....licit.K at a poal. planted
imi. ..ud ..iie-half miles south uf,Smilli
Creek and Uvo miles west of Oulllllltili.
Itiver and marked "Tom Sundt's nurih
east corner posl," thenee south 80
Chains, ihence ivesl80 ihitins, tliei..-
norlh80 ehuins, thenceeast 80 chnius
In the puint of commencement mul
containing (ill) ucrus, more or less,
'I Oommenclng at a posi planted
Hve and one-half miles souih of -Suntli
Creek and two miles west of Chun!....
lliver and marked "TomSundt's soulh
easl corner post," Ihencu wesl KK)
chains, thence nurih 40 chuius, ll.ei.ue
east 100 clmins, Iheuce suulh 40 chains
in the point of commencement and
ci..,ini.iiuu Oil) ncres, more or less.
4 Commencing al a p..si planted
live anil i.ue-liiilf miles soulh of Hu.il I.
Creek and lwo miles west of Columbia
Uiver antl inaiketl "Tun. Sundt's north
east eurner post," thence suuth III
chnlns, thence west 100 cluilna, theuco
nnrlh 40 iliains, Ihonce east 100 chuius
to tho puint, of commencement and
containing Oil) acres, moro or loss,
5 Communcing at a pust planlr.I
six and ono-half miles snulli uf Smith
Creek and two and tine-half miles west
of Columhia Uiver ami marked "Tom
Sii.idl'fl south oust corner post/'thence
tvesl 100 chuius, tlience north 40 chains
I henco oust 100 chains, thouce suulh lu
chains to the point of coinmeiicemoiil
und containing 040 acres more or loss,
0 Commencing al a post planted
..hunt six and one-half miles soutli ut
Smith Creek and two and one-half
miles west of Clumhiu Uiver und
innrkeil "Tnlii Simdl's noi th east corner pnst," thoncu suulh 10 ehuins,
ihence wust 100 chains, thenci. north
411 ehuins, thencd oust 100 chuius lo the
oinl of commencement and contain.
ing IHO acres, more or less,
7 Oommenclng at a pnst ph.ntu.l
..hunt soveii and uno.half miles suill.ll
f Smith Oreek and two and one-haif
miles  west of Coluuiliia  Uiver and
larked "Tom .Sundt's north east cor-
er posl," thencu south 80 ehuins.
Ihonce west HO chains, thencu north80
iliains, thenco east 80 chains In tho
point of commencement and contain-
Si OtO acres moro or less,
latcd Auk. 6,1007,
sat aug til TOM SUN DT.
I Communcing at a post planted at
the north-east cornerof No. 8 on iln
north-west font of Five Mile Oreek,
iml marked "Henry Ambrose Morris'
s. E, uii-nw," theme north so .hains,
theme wesl Sll .haius, tbence soulh Si)
liains, theme oust 80 ihnins to pnint
of commencement, containing 040
acres more or less.
.">. Commencing nt u post planted
aliout one-quarter of a mile north of
the north-west corner of No. 8, marked
"Henry Ambrose Morris' N.E, corner.'
Ihenco soulh 80 chains, tlionco west 80
chains, thencu nortli SO chains, thenco
east 80 uliains tu pnint .. commencement, conlaining DID acres mure or
0. Commencing ata post plantod at
ihu north-east corner of No. 5, marked
"Henry Ambrose Morris' HM. corner
1 bunco nortb 80 chains, thencu west 80
chains, thonee south 80 uliains, thunce
...ist SO chains to point of commencement, containing 010 acros more or
Dated July Oth, 1007.
7. (! imnieiiciiig at a post planted
about s) cliains north of the north-east
corne. of Timber limit No. 10507, un.l
...ai-ketl "lluni-y Ambrose Morris' N.E.
cornur tbonco soulb 80 uliains thuncu
west Sll iliains, llienco uorth 80 cliains,
llionce .asl Si) chains to point uf coinmencement, containing 040 acrus move
,.i- less,
8. Oommenclng af a post planted
al Ibo north-east coiner of No. 7, and
marked "Henry Ambrose Jl i-ris' S.E.
cornor,' thonce wost 100 chains,thence
nurlb III chains, thencu eust JOU chains,
ihenco south 40 ohains so point of commencement, uoniainiug 010 acres more
or less.
Datud July 10th, 1007,
0. Commencing at upust planted at
lliu south-easl corner ot Timber Limit
No. 10507, and maiked "Henry Ambrose Morris' S. VV. corner," thenee
norlli SO chains, tlience oast 80 chains,
tbenco Buutb 80 chains, theuco wost 80
chains lo point ol commencement,
containing 040 aces more or loss.
10. Commencing at a post planted
at tbo south-east coruor of .Mcintosh
P. It. ono-half mile east of Boyd's, and
markod "Homy Ambrose Morris' S,
VV. coruor," thouco east (in chains,
Ihenco south 40 chains, tbonco oust 4U
ehuins, tbence north SO chains, Ihence
wosl 21) cbaius, thonce north 4.) chains,
tbeuce wost 80 chains, thonce south 0U
chains tu puint of commencement,
containing OIU acres more or less.
Dated July lllh, 1007.
sat jly 27   He.ni.y Ajiiihuse Muhhid.
Revelstokt Lai.! Dislricl.
: i *■ iei of Wesl Kootenai.
Take nolice ihal Hugh McLean, of
Revelsloke, B. C, occupation 1'rotpector,
intends... apply for -r> cial... i.r licences
over tl.e following d, scribed ii-1. *:
i.   Commencing at .. pest planted a
lhe  north-west  corner  o.   T.   L.  '.-'51,
1 marked " 11 n^rh McLean's norlh-easl eor-
iH-r," ihence wesl So chains, lii.-.n-.- sm.ili
.-.-.*.  So iliains, llienee
-hi i-iinins, iiH-iii-e   ,   ,, c    , ,   .
„ ..... I norlh 80 i-lifi.iistonoiitl ol co.iiiiieiicen.enl,
0    1-0 1 ine.ufe- , ' ,
conlairuiit; 640 acres more or less.
I. Commencing a. a post planted 1%"
milos west ol Columbia River and 1'/.
illiles south of Suulh I'teek, and marked
"ll.igli McLean's norlh-easl corner posi,''
tlience south 80 chains, thence wesl So
chains, thetice north 80 chains, ihence
east So chains to poini of commencement,
conlaining (.40 aires mere or letts.
3, Commencingat a post planted 3)^
miles west of Columbia Kin-rand 34
miles soulli M Smith Creek and marked
"lluj,'li McLean's north-easl cornerpost,"
thence south So ciniins, thence west So
chains, ihence norlh Ho chains, Ihence easP
So chainB to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less.
4. Commencing at a post planted 4
miles ,v.-sl of Columbia River and 4S
miles south nt Smith Crock, and marked
"ll.i^l. McLeans north-east corner post,'|
tlience soulh So chains, llienee west 80
chains, tiience in.r.l. So chains, thence
easl 80 chains to point ol commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
j. Commencing at a posi planlcd 4
miles west ul Columbia River, and 7 miles
south of the mouth of Smith Creek, and
inarked "Hugh McLean's north-east corner post," ihence soulli 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence norlh 80 chains,
ihence easl 80 chains Lo point of commencement, conlaining 640 acres more or
Notico ia hereby alvan tliat tlit undenlgned pro
jiosc to incorporate a Uotupanjr, to be kiiowq aa
iiiu "Uoltuubi. liner I runway company, Llmit-
utl," under tue Tiauway Company Incorporation
Act ami Aiii.-ii.iNi.: Acts, wuli power to build,
maintain and operato a ilouble or alogle track
ruilwuy (»r triinway with tbe necessary branch
lines, s idc-truck a, uwltclies, ^urnouto, poles,* ire*,
conduitaand appliances upon, along oroTeranj
lands Bituate in tbat part ol the District ol Weat
.Kootenay in the 1'ruviiice nt British Cnlumbiu
comprised wit liin llmi certain area within a radius
ul live milea from Ueuth Itaplda in tliu District ut
iVebt Kootenay, to carry paaseugera an.l freight
and to uuu-ucli motive power as may be deemed
Uitvisablu ,inn for utlicr purpoaua,
iiiu j-.uiM.il route of said proposed railway 01
tramway Is as followsi Beginning at a point on
the bank of Uie t'ol-umbla ttlver near tbe foot ol
I'riost llapiila in tVeat Kootenay District, tbence
in a northerly direction along ttic valley uf tbe
'ililiubia Uiver loa'mint nt ur near tlie moutli of
t is iini Creek.
„ nulililfl Uth dav of Julv, ,.*•■;.
T. KlLI'.U'lllCK,
aatjl) ii-'M V, .McCAl-llY,
0. M. McOAUiKit,
Notice is hereby given that 3u dayi after
date wu inteud toapply to tlio Uon. tlio Chief
OomniiHeloner of Lands and Work*, for special
li'-i-in-i' lu'-ui and cany away Umber from Uie
following described lands:
Commencing ai a post I'lautod al tho north-
cast corner of Hubert QlendJnnlng's pre-emption i\o, (ill, West Kooicnay District, and
marked "Hit* Hend Lumber CompHuy*-aouth-
oasl corner post," thonce uorth lu cliain-s.thtiico
went Kin uIiuiuh, ihcueu south lu ohaius, thenco
vast liiu ohains to point of commencement.
Arrowhead, U.C„ July 8th, WW.
suijlyft Bin BBND Lumhkk Co., Ltd.
Notice ia hereby given lhat CO days afterdate 1
iuii'ini toapply tn tne Honorable, the chief {Commissioner o( i-tii'i-, ami Wurka for permission to
purchaie tbe tolluwing described lamia, mu.itfd
on Upper Arrow Lake, Diatrict oi Writ Kuotenay;
Commeueiug at a po-<t plnuled at tbe B K,
uorner of Kaipli .-in.*,.-mi.-application, thence
lu.'i chalna northeasterly following the Lake
shore in Galena Buy; ihence norlli Iio chain*-;
lhcuce southwesterly LOS ohains paralleling
■Uiku whurc; thence -until SOohalQI tu pomt of
ooiniueiicciiicnl, and containing Hi ures, more
01' ICHn.
Datod Arrowhead, IL C, Juno 1, 1UU7.
Agent for Lamb-VTatdon Lumber i'u , Ltd,
In tliH matter of  William  Thomas,
In the matter of the OiHcial Administrator's Act,"
TAKE NOTICK that by order ot
His Honor J. A. Forin ninde the 15lh
day of August, nun, 1 was appointed
administrator, of the estate of said
William Thoruae, deceased, and ull
parties having claims uK'tinst the -.aid
estttte are hereby required to furnish
same pioperly verified to   me  on  or
heforo the 1st. dnv of October, 10"".
And all parlies indeiited to said eslite
nn! required to pay the atnouut of
Iheir indebtedness to me forthwith,
.Ollicial AdmInitiator.
Dated the iftth day of Aug, 10071
o, Commencing at a posi planted 4
miles west of Columbia* Riverand 7 miles
soulh of lhe mouth of Smith Creek and
maiked "Hugh McLean's norlh-easl corner posl," llieiice south So chains, Ihence
wesl So chains, thence norlh 80 chains,
llienee east So chains to point of commencemeni, containing (140 acres more or
7. Commencing at a post plained 2%
mites west of Columbia Riverand 2 mile*
norlli of Forty-nine Creek, and marked
"Hugh McLean's north-east corner post,''
thence soulh So chains, thence west So
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
eesl 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
8. Commencing at a poat planted 3$
miles wesl of Columbia River and 2 miles
north of Forty-nine Creek, and marked
"Hugh McLean's north-east corner post."
ihence soulh 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence norlh 80 cliains, thence
easl 80 ehains to point ol commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
9. Commencing at a posi planlcd on
lhe noith bank of Forty-nine Creek, 5
miles wesl of Columbia River, andmarked
"Hugh McLean's south-east corner post,"
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence soulli Ho chains, Ihence
cast 80 chains to point of commencement,
conlaining 640 acres more or less,
Dated Julv 0th, 1907.
10. Commencing at a post planted on
the norlh bank* ol Forty-nine Creek, 5
miles wesl of Columbia River, and marked
Hugh McLean's north-easl corner post,"
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, ihence north 80 chaius, ihence
east 80 chains to point ot commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
11. Commencing at a post planted {
mile north of Forty-nine Creek, 6 miles
west ol Columbia River, and marked
"Hugh McLean's soulh-east corner post,"
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, ihence south 80 chains, thence
east So chains lo point oi commencemeni,
containing 640 acres more or less.
1 j. Commencing at a post planled J
mile north of Forty-nine Creek, 6 miles
west of Columbia River, and marked
"Hugh McLean's north east corner post,''
thence south 80 chains, ihenee west 80
hains, thence norlh 80 chains, ihence
east 80 chains to point of commencemeni,
conlaining 640 acres more or less.
13. Commencing af a posl planted 4
miles west of Columbia Riverand 2-J miles
south of Smith Creek, and marked "Hugh
McLean's soulh-east corner post," thence
north So chains, ihence wesl 80 cliains,
thence south 80 chains, thence easl 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
14. Commencing at a post planted 3J
miles wesl of Columbia River and i\ miles
soulh of Smith Creek, and marked "Hugh
McLean's north-east corner post/'thence
soulh So chains, thence wesl So chains,
thence north So chains,  thence easl 80
halns to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less.
15. Commencing at a posl planled 5
ales west from Columbia River ajid _£
tiles south of Smith Creek, and marked
Hugh McLean's south-east corner post,"
thence norlh 80 chains, ihence west 80
chains, ihence south 80 chains, (hence
cast 80 chains lo point oi commencement,
containing (340 acres more or less.
id. Commencing at a posl planled 4$
miles west of Columbia Riverand 2$ miles
soulh of Smith Creek, and niarked "Hugh
McLean's north-east corner posl," thence
west So chains, thence soulh 80 chains,
ihence east 80 chains, ihence nortli 80
chains to poinl of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Daled July 7U1, 1907.
sat aug 3 HUGH McLEAN.
l!-n-;-!..».- Und l.f-lr.rt,
Il.il rid ..( Wi'-t Kuotenaj,
'li.ki- ....lice that Ilowt.mn l.ii.iil,,.- Company,
Ltd., uf ltt-U'lt<U)*-fH', It. .'., <k'i-ii...iI imii l.umlx r
.Mi.iiiifft(-liil..r,, Inu-iidrt to upply fora ipsciu
iifiil-1 ticoi.ee over tl.e fallowing .l(-ci-.l„<l
t'oliiniencldii ala to*, iilanled on the -outh
Hide of northeast arm I pper Arrow l.ik-- .....I
marked "llownuin Lumber Company'.. N. I-..
corner post," tliencf ca«l80 eliiiiiis,tlienc*i south
S' chains, thence wesl SiJchallH, thence north
bu chain-to pointol commencement, and containing mo acres, more or less.
Dated July 81, l»ii.
wag?    By their Agent, John U. McCarthy.
lu the iniittei  nl  VVillimn .1.  Elliot,
In lhe matter of the "Official Administrator's Act."
TAKE NOTICE tlisi by ordei ol
llisll.inoi-J. A. Forin, mailf or. tho
l.'ith day of August, IWi ' w"' >M>*
pointed administrator of the esialst.f
said Willi .111 J. Elliott, deceased, and
all parties having claime agaiust the
Miitl estate ata hereby required to
furnish same properly verlHed to uie
mi or before tuq 1st, day of October,
1IIU7. Ami all part ies indebted to said
estate are hereby required to pay the
amount of Iheir indebtedness tu me
Ollicial Ailmini*.trat..r.
Dnted the 27th day of August, 1907, -»    I ...... ...)' I, fll ...I*   ...IJIII,. ISo.lc.llC-
» I * /|     m y jr^       n m     >"y | j liun antl  "Huw down Thine cur."
Arrival of New Fall Goods ^™es
Don't buy your New Full Coat without
first looking over the lines we are showing.
ladies' and Misses'
Qolf glouses.
These   are  new   and   direct   from   thc
makers.    Jusl right for ihis weather.
Soys' Knick Pants
Good Hard Weaves -just the thing for
school pants.
£oys School
We will guarantee our Hoys' Special
School Shoe. Try a pair of these for your
Boys—wc know they will give good satisfaction.
Men's Suits
Mens and Soys Sweaters
We have put in slock the largest and
best assorted stock both in styles and prices
ever offered by us in the above lines.
<Hh$h$h$h$i *# *$mJm$U|h|
I       WHY? I
7 You Bhould leave youi* Pre- 1
9 -ri ipl ion with us ***
We use the Purest of Drugs ty
^ and Chemicals a
|    BECAUSE 1
7 Every Prescription Is checked 1
ty before ii goes oul 7
f     BECAUSE f
ty Our prices are reasonable nnd ty
Swe will deliver your prescrlp- A
tton if you wish it. 7
* Canada Drug & Book Co. J
fij) fl) ifr *ti iH' 9 't' 'H»fr $
J     Only a glun'co ul; our stoek
s. nf Groceries will encourage     •
• you to try them. J
! JUST A TRIAL          !
t •
t A  trial will convince vuu     s
• they are tiio purest and besl     J
J mi the market,   Try  our     ,
j Hobson & Bell j
I Grocers, linkers A ConfeotioncrB  .
• t
Saturday, August 31at, for 24 hours,
generally lair, though still unsettled,
cloudy. Light to moderate windB.
Temp . max. "9, min. 4!) degrees.
Local and General.
Opera House tonight.
Gold Range Lodge, No. 26, K. of P.,
held an initiation ol two candidates on
A "Pair ol Country Kids" at the
Opera House tonight.
K. H, Trueman arrived this morning Irom the Coast and will be in the
studio* for a week only.
T. Sturdy, ol the city police force,
has been appointed Provincial constable here and J. Shaw is g.ol
The Camp Mountain View, C.W.
0. Mi. are entertaining the Camp
from Arrowhead to-night in the lodge
room and alterwards at the Savoy.
The Revelstoke Sawmill Co. will
not lug this winter, and are ottering
their bones tor sale as they expect to
log with a donkey engine next year.
The semi-annual meeting ol Kamloops t're-bytery will meet at Peach-
land next Tuesday, at 8 p. m. Rev.
Robertson will be in attendance.
*' Pair ol Country Kids."
The plans, specifications and contract (onus in connection with the
construction of the new provincial
lock-up in Revelstoke has been withdrawn.
J. C, Smith's Comedy Cu. arrived in
town this morning and will present
tonight at the Opera House the
lamous rural comedy drama, "A Pair
ol Country Kids.''   Popular prices.
Rev. Mr. Romig, who has been
preaching nightly in the city lor the
past four weeks, will preach his morning sermon in the Methodist church
to morrow.
See a "Pair ol Country Kids'* at the
opera house tonight.
We have received some samples ol
local apples, grown by T. Skinner.
I be iruit il sweet and of large fllze
and ilie samples lieing Garden of
Eden, Guldens, three and a hall
l-o.vee ol which have been taken oil' an
eight year uld tree. J. Maley has also
some lull Iruit on his ranch. What
little Iruit is gr .tin in und around
Revelst.,ke ha? been proven to be "I
the linest .|tiality.
For the Monday Upening.
Every purchaser will be
supplied with a School Hag
to carry away their purchases. A large assortment
..f supplier
Phm, B.
Druggist and Stationer.
Mail Order* promptly attended
to at this Store,
A local train (rom Vancouver to
Kamloops may he placed in opera I ion
by lho C. P. K, during the coining
winter, when the double transcontinental exprcsB service is discontinued.
The service would be daily each way.
Dan Campbell, who was arrested ou
Wednesday morning at tlie depot by
the policed for being armed and riding
on the top of an expre.B car, was sentenced by Police Magietrate Pinkham
to two months with hard labor at
Evangelist iloniig will again speak
in tbe Opera House on Sunday at
4:16 and 8 p.m. A Bong service will
begin at 8 p.m. and the sermon at
8.30. Evangelist Ron.ig'B subject in
the Opera House on Sunday will be
" Tlie Book ol Books and How to Use
It," and "The Pre-Eminence ol
J. J. Johnson, a stranger in town,
was brought up before Police Magistrate Pinkham yesterday, on a charge
of stealing fron. the person. The case
was dismissed there being not sullicient evidence to show that the siccus
cd committed thc net with intent nf
thett. .1. M.Scott appeared ior lie
Crown and 0. E. Gillan lor defence.
C. Crosslcr, n logger employed at
Donnelly's camp at Carnes Creek, w.ib
killed early on Wednesday morning
l.y a tree falling on him, Ihe body
was brought down on the s s. Revel
stoke the sume night. The funeral
took place yesterdny, the arrangements being in the hands dI the
Revelstoke Sawmill Co. The Hev. ('
A. Proeunier conducted the burial
Final details for the Labor Day
Celebration have been completed nnd
all that is wanted is line weather and
a big crowd. The committee have
worked hard to put things in good
shape and every branch of the days
amusements have done their best to
give the best to visitors and town's
folk nlike. Some good tennis, loot-
ball, lacrosse, shooting, field sports,
etc., will be seen ou Monday, and it is
hoped that the citizens will make a
gala anil fete day of it.
A whirlwind of exceptional violence
swept over the city on Thursday
morning Iron, the west accompanied
l.y torrents ol rain, the greatest fo.ee
lasting tor about 20 minutes when the
wind's velocity reached 60 miles an
hour.   The action ol  the barometer
during the storm were very p .liar,
rising and falling rapidly. No damage was dune except a lew trees lost
a few ..f their limbs, and the Baptist
mission tent whirled off its poles and
deposited on the ground Heavy
rain continued all day.
Dr. Sutherland was tendered a
li.-arty send off on Tliiiistlny nighl
previous to his departure for tl.e eait
where he will enter  the  matrimonial
stale. A large number ol citizens and
visitors assembled In the club where
supper was served, after which a long
toast li-t was honored, chief among
nhich was that ol the guest of the
evening who received an enthusiastic
ovation and general expressions of congratulation and esteem, Dr. Slither
lan.l is n ver) popular citizen and during
his career in Kevelstoke I...I made
himself a general favorite. The Mail-
Hki.ai.ii joins with his ...any Iriends
in congratulations and wishes lor his
future married lil...
Several ol the store windows are
attracting considerable attention just
now. In C. It. II.nne A. Co.'s windows
are arranged tl.e handsome prizes snd
trophies donated lor tl.e sports and
games on Labor Day, the display
being attractive and neatly carried
out. In J. A. Davidson's window are
thc many costly and handsome prizes
Ior tho R.M.R. rille shooting competitions on Labor Day artistically dis-
To Buy n Houso,
To Rent it House.
To buy Nice Building Lots
close in.
To buy Splendid Fruit
Kincaid &
Real Eetate and Insurance Agts.
played. Bourne Bros, have one ol
their large windows given up to
sporting goods and outfit. The scheme
is well arranged to represent a camp
in the woods with alluring looking
game near it, while guns, rilles, ammunition, fishing rods and campers
and sportsmen's accessories of all
kinds arc show, the whole heing an
excellent advertising exhibition.
Social and Personal
A. IV. briilsliaw left this week lor
the east.
Dr. G. W. Thomas has returned to
the eity Irom Vancouver,
F. C. Elliot, of Trout Lake, spent a
few days in town this week.
Mrs, VV. M, Lawrence will not
receive on Wednesday, September 4th.
Fred Forest, ol Albert Cany..... and
G. Stevenson, of Rogers Pa.-s, were in
town on Thursday.
H, F. S, Paish y, ol the Evening
Globe, St. .1- lin. Y II., has heen visiting the city for the pist week.
Mi-s James, head milliner of C. B.
Hume A- Co., left here on Tuesday for
Seattle to attend the fail millinery
Mr- Guthrie and her sister Mist
M. Ritchie, of Kenma, who have been
visiting Mrs. and Miss Mcl'liail, left
on Tuesday for their home.
St. Andrew's Prbsbttkriai—R,-v
W. C. Calder. pastor,  .-ervi.-ns 11 a.m.
7:30 p.m   Sun lay Sel I a:,'! Pastor's
Bible Class, 2.30 p.m. Morning subject " Weakness in tl.e Hour of Opportunity.'' Evening subject" Jesus
in Relation to Labor" Voting I'm.pie's
Meeting, Sunday evening altar servic,
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday H p. m.
Choir practice and Teachers meeting.
Friday H p.m.
Baptist—Sunday Sept. 1st Preaching II a.m., by pastor Rev, W, P.
Freeman, in hall on First itnel
Sunday sohoot 2.30 p.m, Service in
Opera House I IS and 8 pn . eon-
ducted by Rev, I. A, I.. Romig
Everybody welcome to all these iei
vices,   Come ..u.l bear the listers eing
ST. PrTKR's  As...... is- Hev,   0,  A.
Proeunier,     rector.    Trinity     XIV.
Holy con.....iniioi at 8 am   and alter
matins at 11 a ... ; ami . v insong
7:30 p ....   Sunday school, 130 p.m.
The Very Hev. Dean Pag I Cal
gary, will preach in the evening.
Methodist—Hev. J, A, I.. Romig
will preach the morning sermon
Evening: Labor Day sermon, lubje't
"The New Earth" in contrast with
■' flic poor Man's Destruction, "
Special music is lieing prepared lor
this service. Every man nut attend
Ing religious s"rvicc elsewhere il cordially invited. Come for the opening
anthem at 7,III) p.m. sharp.
Knox PRESBYTERIAN—J, It. Robertson, II, I)., minister. The us.ml services at 11 a.m. and 7:311 p.m. Morning subject; "A lar-renching Report,"
Evening subject; "The Work of God/'
Tl.e evening service will bn specially n
Labor Day service. Suitable music:
Invitation anthem, "Our Father,"
Solo hy Mr. Norman: "Seek ye the
Lord." Organ offertory: "Matin," A.
Business Locals
Nothing: better than Our "Special
The choicest nl eating nud . ooking
apples, at C. II Hume it Co's.
Our preserving poaches will arrive
in a few days.—Hobson A Hell.
Flags nml bunting lor Labor Day
decorating, al C B, llnino A Co's,
Fresh tomatoes, ce'eiy and vegetables of all kinds, at Hous.m A Hell's
Special bargains in odd I Is ol wall
paper, at 0. B. llunie & Co's.
Damson plums to arrive next w.ek
at Hobson A Hell's.
Mattress, pillows and bed oomlor.s,
a line line at C. H Hume A Cu's.
Just opened up, two carloads of ooii
an.l wood burning shots. Call .u.d
see litem.—Lawrence HardwareCo
For window shinies, wall paper, cur-
tniii i poll s nnd lixtuies, go to C. B
Hume A Co'a.
New suits tor men, latest (all styles
nml only $18, come in nnd try a suit
on, just to see how nicely they lit.—
CresBiniin .fe Morrison.
WANTED—Ten laborers, on Tuesday
morning, Sept. 3rd.—Bowman Liun
l.er Co's. .Mills.
Revelstoke Cigars Union Made-Our
Speoial, The Union, and Maroa Vuelta
are ahead of all others.
Ladies three quarter coats, Gibson
shoulders, handsomely trimmed in
fancy braid and velvet inlays.—Cress-
nan A Morrison.
No time for cooking on Labor Day,
use Huntley and Palmers biscuits lor
lunch, Ior sale at C. H. Hume A Go's.
Patronize Home Industry. Smoke
Reveletoke Cigare.
To make sure of securing your preserving plums, peaches, pears or
prunes, leave your order at C. B.
Humo & Co's.
Fall hata Ior men just opening. Tlie
latest shapes in Christy's solt and stiff
hnls.—C. B. II lime & Co., Ltd,
The new lall fabrics for me... are
here waiting for your selection.—
CresBinan it Morrison
 «-» ..	
Four Men Perish in Explosion.
Kenora, Ont,, Aug. 30.—The encampment at Canyon lake was tl.e
scene of a disastrous accident on Tuesday. While drilling rock for tracking,
Dan Fliiin, will, his tliree assistants
belonging to Parson's camp No. 5,
were blown to pieces, doubtless through
the charge being exploded by a spark
caused by injudicious handling of ex
Revelsloke Land Dislricl,
Dislricl of West Kontenay,
Take notice thai I, Robert Sllll, of
Revelstoke, li. ('., ore..pillion, Liini-
l.erinnii. intends to npply for a special
limber licence over the following descrihed lunils:
Commencing at a post planted ahout
3) chains from the suuth west corner of
Tin.ber L.u.ii lUSniid 10127, and aboul
'2 chains west nl the west boundary
an.l marked "Robert Son's X. E, Coiner Posl," running west HI) chnlns,
thenee so ith SOehnins, theme east 80
iliains. thencu norlh SO chains to place
of beginning, containing llll) .teres
llif.ro Ol" le-s.
Dated tins Slh dny ol August 11X17.
Robert Sim,
Sdturd_y. Aug. 31,191)7
C.J. Smith presents the l-Act
Comedy Success
"A   Pair of  Country  Kids,"
The  Brooklyn  Bridge by
The   Rescue   from    the
The   Realistic Explosion ol the Old
Hox  Factory.
Ten First-Class Artists.
Seven   High   Class   Specialties   and
Musical Numbers,
75c 50c. 25c
ale   at   the   I'su-il    place
In th. Hatter ol Duncan McEaohran
TAKE NOTICE that by order ol
His Honor .1. A, Forin, made on (be
26th day ol August, l'.)')7, I was ap
pointed Administrator ol the estate
ol said Diluent. MoEiichren, deceased,
and all parties having claims against
the said estate are hereby required to
f.irnisb same properly verilied lo me
on or belore the Ist. day of October,
And  nil   parties   Indebted  to said
estate are required to pay the amount
of iheir Indebtedness to me forthwith.
Otlioial Administrator.
Dated this 31st day ol Aug., 1007,
We are showing thc linest r.inge of these goods yet
offered in Revelstoke. We only handle lines that we control and you can get a garment here that cannot be duplicated—giving you exclusive styles. Our garments give
universal satisfaction in lit and quality. Our Fall Coats are
made of close, warm material and heavy enough for our
cold weather. Light colors h?ve been overdone, and all the
fashion authorities predict a "dark" fall and we are prepared
for it.
Thc Rain Coats arc made up in dressy styles from the
best quality of Cravenette, in all the popular lengths, and
are splendid values,
To-day we are opening a case of Rail Skirts that for style, quality and price outclass
anything we have yet offered. The maker of these skirts is acknowledged by all to bc thc
I est cutter and designer in Canada. Following the trend of Fall Fashions, they are nearly
all plain cloths, in Black, Navy, Brown, Green and Wine shades.
We can suit your purse and fancy in these. We guarantee every article to be as
represented. If you are not satisfied, in any particular, you can return the goods and get
the money back you paid for them. •*
Marriage Licenses Issued
Court of Revision.
Notice is hereby given that the first
sitting of the Court of Revision to revise and correct the Assessment Roll
as prepared hy the Assessor for lhc
City of Revelsloke for the year 11107,
wili he held at the Council Chamber,
Oity Hull, Revelstoke, B.C., on Wednesday, September -lth, 1007, at 7:H0
City Clerk.
The Woman is An Exception
who will buy her jewels, silverware,
cui glass nr watches al any ulher
slore but Hastings, Doyle & Alliums,
You need no guarantee of quality.
" Our word is our bond,'* and
when we say thai you are buying;
the besl, or Ihal a diamond is of
rust water, it is as unalterable as
lhc laws of the Medes or Persians.
Bring Your Purse
Along With You
to oiirl'Stt.re if you want It. purchase
a New Cupel, Pine Oriental or Wilton rug,-matting or linoleum und see
how much further ils contents will
tnke you in purchasing than it will at
any other slore In the city. Our
Spring styles are ready for your
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
und University Examinations,
BTODIO-At  Mrs.  .1.  C.   Hutchison's Con-
iiiiiikIi. Avi.ii.io.
WANTED -Forty Rivei Drivers-
Apply Bowman Lumber Company's Camp, Kish Creok,        ag 17
n"TiT^M/UriNO~l have succeeded
in procuilng ll.e services of a
competent dressmaker and milliner
fro... Vancouver and ntn now prepared
... lake ..r.l.us for dressmaking and
turn them out promptly, A Mablin,
First, streei, opposite Climax hotel.
rno KENT     Furnished or   unfur-
|    nlsbed  bouse, i.eai  lhe Eastern
Semaphore, on O. P, It.   Apply to .1.
Haitle at, the al.ove resident.-...
WANTKD A gentleman of good
family ..nil will. Univeisily
qualill'iilioiis desires pupils for lhe
winter losslon.   Modern I....gouges,
music, English and iuul heu.nl its
taught Fees und..rule. Highest
references nnd testimonials.
iil.liNTSHKD or partially furnished
l' housekeeping looms (■'!) wanted
ip low.., moderate runt, for ladies
.nly,   Address Box 732, Oily,
Incorporated by Aol cl Parliamo.it, 1195.
Wm. Molson Macpherson, Pres. s, H. Ewino, Vice-Pres.
Jameb Elliot, General Manager.
Capial paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two branches in Canadu and Agencies in all parts of the
Interest credited four times a year at curreat rates on Havings
Bank deposits, until further notice.
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Kevelstoke, B. C.
Import direct from Country ol origin.
HKAD OKMOH i Caloabv, Amikuta,
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchant*
I'f.rk Packeri ami Mor   In Live Stock.  Markets In all tlio principal Cltlea an.1
Towns »( All..-..!.. British .........liiu un.l tl.o Yukon.  Puckon. ot the Celebrated Brand
"Im er or" Hit...!, an.l llacoa, and sliaiii....-k Brand, Loaf Lartl. j|
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l.llllt SALE -Several loams ...' good
I'    logging hones, suitable for any
ki.nlf.r teaming,  Applv to Richard
DAVIS, Itevelsloke Sawmill Co.,  Ltd.
Ci.rpels,  linoleums  and   lloor oil
clotl.es, at C. ft. Hume A Co's.
We have a magnificent showing ol
ladies new costumes ior fall, thc new-;
est swagger costumes, styles that the ,
best makers in New York Here able to j
credit.—Grossman A Morrison, |
For Aitrlcullurnl Implomonts. Carriages, Wagons'! Eto.,|-John
Deero Plung-ha. Molina Wagons, Canada Carriage C«mpn..j's
Bugiles, Planol Jr., Garden Soodors and Cultivators, Wheelwright and Blacksmith Work attended to. Horso Bhoolng a
Httoclalty. —
Leave ynur orders now for plume,
peaches, prunes and crab apples to
arrive in a week or so. 0. B. Hume
4 Co.
.Several New Dinner Seta and
another shipment of our Mayliel.l
diehes just opened up. C. B. Hume


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